This week on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, we have a collection of vehicles handpicked by our Journal writing team. Make sure you check out all of our listings ending February 6-10 here.
Monday, February 6
2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS 35th Anniversary edition
Under the hood is an LS1 5.7-liter V8 engine that produced a factory-rated 325 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque when new. The engine is paired with a six-speed manual transmission.
This VW is finished in its original black paint. It features a rear-mounted, air-cooled 1500cc flat-four engine upgraded with a 12-volt alternator and a wiring conversion system.
Tuesday, February 7
This M3 has a color-matched power-retractable hardtop. It’s powered by an S65 4.0-liter V8 engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission.
Powered by a 5.8-liter V8 engine paired with a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission and an electronic shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive system. It’s finished in Oxford White over a grey cloth interior and features air conditioning.
Wednesday, February 8
A 15-year-old Corvette with 430 horsepower, a six-speed manual and 7,400 miles? Plus, CARFAX says it’s accident-free. Where do I sign up?
1983 Porsche 911SC Carrera Cabriolet
This one is somewhat fascinating — why bother having a 1983 911 and updating the bodywork with styling from later in the decade? Apparently, someone thought it was a good idea, so who am I to argue? If the idea of a Porsche you can modify is an attractive proposition, then here’s your car.
Thursday, February 9
To some, these Mustangs are an acquired taste while, to others, they look like a race car. Nineteen seventy-two was the first year for low compression, but this has the Q-code 351 Cobra Jet so it should be decently fast.
2011 Chevrolet Camaro SS Trans Am Conversion
I’m a Pontiac guy so I can appreciate this to a point. I personally would consider a ZTA Trans Am conversion as a used car versus buying one new, so it has me rubbing my chin, though I pine for a black and gold version. A 6.2-liter small-block and a six-speed automatic mean it’s fast and remarkably economical.
Friday, February 10
When I was a kid, I was a big fan, but then I saw them for what they were: a bloated personal-luxury car. But that was common for the era and, over time, I’d begun to appreciate them again. Ford offered some nifty options in these cars, like auxiliary rear turn signals (later to show up on the 1971 Toronado).
I’m not really sure what this is, but the description says it is fitted to a late-model Chevrolet Silverado four-door 3500 dually chassis. Somewhat a shame the builder went with Chevy power, but it’s a Chevy chassis so why not? Plus, the target market for this likely won’t care.