Daily Volume 2 (281) | December 4, 2020
Thank you for subscribing to the Daily Newsletter! Free-For-All Fridays is our wild card day where we feature collectible rides that do not fit neatly into our other daily themes. In addition to this today's features, you can see our past Free For All "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting this theme from the filter menu.
Quote of the Day

"My 1st car was a Vintage Burgundy 1964 2 door Galaxy XL500. I did not know it had a swing-away steering wheel until I had owned it a couple weeks, I thought that was just a Thunderbird item. It was a smooth running, trouble free car."

(Website follower Tim H. Commenting on this classic Wimbledon White over Rangoon Red 1964 Ford Galaxie Convertible we featured Thursday.)
Guys With Rides Auctions Launching Monday!
Our new auction portal URL is:

We're giving our email subscribers a sneak peek at the auction portal we will launch Monday morning! The portal is a very secure landing page handling the bids and related data with links back to our main page where you can see the detailed information for each ride as well as ask questions and post comments!

To help kick it off, we're offering our 1984 Cadillac Eldorado AT NO RESERVE!

In addition to featuring pre-purchase inspections ("PPI's") at no charge to the buyer's, we are setting the auction world on notice with the lowest buyer's premium in the industry! Read the Details Here

Here's Today's Reserved Parking Exclusive Feature
Space 19:
1952 Harley Davidson
Pan Head Custom Bobber NOW $18,500!

Adam, the seller of this award-winning ’52 Custom Bobber, just lowered his asking price to $18,500. This is a great custom with neat provenance now at a you-can’t-replicate-it-for-this -price.
Our daily "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates, a brief background, and when possible, videos of the cars. We also list our observations based on pictures provided by the private sellers.
Preserved Poncho:
1968 Pontiac Bonneville 12K Mile Time Capsule – $30,000

Just look at those flowing lines and imposing length that makes this Bonneville look like it’s moving even when standing still. The surprise here is this example is a two-owner car with a documented 12,071 original miles that even features its original bias-ply tires...
Cute Collectible:
1991 Nissan Figaro – $10,700

RAD Era Editor Jeff Lavery takes us back to a time well before Carlos Ghosn starting ruining Nissan when the company actually dared to make quirky, bespoke models. 25 years later, this once forbidden fruit from Japan is readily available stateside due to the Fed's...
We can't write in detail about every cool classic we find, so "Classifind Cuts" provide you with just-listed Craigslist leads.
1970 Cadillac Eldorado – $6,500

This 472 cubic inch V8 powered, nearly 19 feet long, Cotillion blue, personal luxury land yacht was just listed yesterday by the caretaker of the past forty years. We just love the flat-floor in these personal luxury...
1970 Fiat Nuovo 500L – $7,500

At the other end of the spectrum in 1970 was the Fiat Nuovo 500L. While this Fiat city car proved to be an enormously practical vehicle with great sales throughout Europe, its tiny size and complete lack of power made these a very rare sight on American roads outside of major cities when new.
Here is an update on recent Free For All Friday Features
1969 Volkswagen Beetle – SOLD!

We just confirmed the private seller of this ride deleted their Craigslist ad, so we’re now able to call this one “Sold!” 
Frugal Fastback: 1966 AMC Marlin – NOW $9,500

We just noticed the private seller of this ’66 AMC Marlin just lowered the asking price in their original ad by $1,000 to $9,500.