GuysWithRides.com Daily Volume III (158) | Friday, July 16, 2021
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Quote of The Day
"Looks like a lot of car for a little money."

(Regular contributor Mike G. commenting on this 1964 Rambler Convertible currently listed for only $4,200 we featured Thursday.)

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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!
Today's Classifinds feature videos!
Plum Crazy: 1970 Dodge Super Bee Street Machine – $40,000

The name for Dodge’s badge-engineered version of the Road Runner, the Super Bee, was not based on the insect. It was a play on the fact the car was based on Chrysler’s “B” body Coronet. We just spotted what appears to be a street machine version of a 1970 model in the desirable hardtop body style and featuring a stout 440 V8 and...
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Concours Contestant: 1962 Ford Falcon Futura – $10,500

Some dedicated Guys With Rides followers could make the case we could call the end of the workweek “Falcon Fridays” as we frequently seem to find an example motivating us to feature it. Our latest is this ready-for-show, freshly restored, bucket seat equipped, 1962 Falcon Futura sporting the Thunderbird-inspired rear roofline Ford introduced about halfway into...
Tempting Turquoise: 1954 Ford Crestline Sedan – $15,900

In 1952, Ford Marketers introduced the new term “Crestline” to denote the top V8-powered trim level above its existing “Mainline” and “Customline” brands. Ford used the term for three model years through 1954 before it was phased out in 1955 with the launch of the “Fairlane” brand. We spotted a well-optioned...
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Our Both the Internet and Guys With Rides never forget. Here is the latest installment of a classic unsold ride we've been tracking for some time.
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Two Years Gone: 1967 Dodge Charger – NOW $27,500 OBO

July 12, 2021 Update – Up until this week, we assumed the deleted listing last September meant this low-mileage survivor Charger sold, however, the seller proved us wrong again. In the two years since we first spotted and featured this ’67 Dodge Charger, the private seller added five thousand miles while dropping their asking price from the original ask of $34,000. to the current price.
Eight Months Gone: 1968 Pontiac Bonneville 12K Mile Time Capsule – STILL $30,000

July 12, 2021 Update – After another one-month pause following a no-sale in May, the second owner of this like new, 12K original mile Bonneville two-door hardtop featuring its original tires just posted a new listing. The description, pictures, and $30,000 asking price all remain the same.
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We Have The Cars, We Just Need More Bidders!
We're pleased to report we have no shortage of great rides waiting to be auctioned here on Guys With Rides! While we have the rides, we need the bidders, so please help spread the word about what we're doing here at Guys With Rides!
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Imagine driving a cool hot rod for the first time at age 16 in the early 1970s, then dreaming about someday owning that car for many years, and then finally realizing your dream decades later. That's the back story of this vintage Ford we will start auctioning at Noon today.
National Exposure Coming on This 700 Mile '93 Z/28!

On Thursday, we started the auction of this 700 original mile Camaro Z/28 pace car. Over the next two weeks, this car will receive national attention. On Saturday, the GM Authority website will carry this very car, and then on July 27 we just learned Motorious will also carry it! We're hopeful the national exposure will help lift the website's presence.
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