Daily Volume III (199) |Friday, September 3, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the Daily Driver Newsletter. We like to end the work week featuring classic rides that do not fit neatly into any of our other daily themes. Consequently, anything goes! In addition to today's features, you can see our past Free For All Friday "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting the desired filters.
We're Taking a Break - See You Monday, September 13!

After nearly two hundred daily Newsletters created thus far in 2021, We've decided to end the summer with some much-needed R&R combined with using the time to focus on making several website improvements. Auctions and social media posts will continue during this time, so please check into all of our other channels as well as the website often!

Have a Happy and Safe Labor Day!

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Our daily Craigslist "Classifinds" provide leads on rides we think you'll find interesting. We are not affiliated in any way with the sale of these rides - we just want to help them find a new home.

All of today's rides feature links to relevant videos!

Click the picture above to read the full article and watch a '64 GTO Promo clip!
Red Restoration: 1964 Pontiac Lemans GTO Hardtop – $64,900

Big Engine in an intermediate body. While some debate which car truly was the first muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO is generally accepted as the first to use that simple formula. This red-over-red, rotisserie-restored hardtop caught our eye. The extensive restoration and paint pictures provided by the seller indicate their GTO received a...
Manual E32: 1988 BMW 735i 5-Speed

Rad Era Editor Jeff Lavery writes it’s amazing how just one stroke on the purchase order can make all the difference in how a car is perceived decades later. The E32-chassis BMW 7-Series may be a fine machine, but it’s not exactly coveted today. However, if you happen to own one with the rare five-speed manual box checked – like this...
Click the picture above to read the full article as well watch a 735i commercial!
Click the picture above to read the full article and watch the '50 Studebaker commercial!
Coming or Going: 1950 Studebaker Champion Starlight coupe – $11,450

History proves that while some vehicle design elements can so iconic, they can also be polarizing at the same time. One of the more famous in the early Post-World War II era was designer Virgil Exner’s wraparound rear window design on the Studebaker Starlight Coupes such as this survivor-quality 1950...
Cord Cousin: 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado Deluxe – $8,500 Firm

When Oldsmobile launched its revolutionary front-wheel-drive Toronado in 1966, it was only the second car in U.S. automotive history to have such a power train. Sitting atop the innovative power train was a revolutionary two-door hardtop design with clean lines that looked like nothing else...
Click the picture above to read the full article as well watch a Toronado Buyer's Guide!
The Internet and Guys With Rides never forget. Here's the latest example of one of our Free For All Friday features that remains unsold
Paint or Patina? 1969 Chevrolet Caprice 427 – STILL $17,000

August 31, 2021 Update – Sometimes we get fooled into assuming that just because a seller deleted their ad quickly, their car sold. This well-optioned 1968 Chevy Impala we first spotted in June is a prime example. After only posting for one week in June, the seller...
GuysWith Auctions: Something For Everyone - Bid Today!
Not only do we have all of the auctions below either currently running or in the queue, but there are also a number of other cars we will have queued up when we restart our Newsletter on September 13. Bid yourself or tell a friend!
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