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 AutoHunter’s current listings here.
This restored MG has been with the seller for 31-years. It’s powered by a 1,098cc inline-four engine that was bored to 1,100cc and features a pair of rebuilt carburetors. The engine is paired with a rebuilt four-speed manual transmission.
Refinished in Innsbruck Blue top over a light blue interior, this Cadillac features a 350ci V8 engine paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. Amenities include air conditioning, an aftermarket center console with cup holders, and cruise control.
This rotisserie restored Mopar is currently owned by former NASCAR driver Ricky Craven and is the only “Export Only” model produced in its color and equipment configuration listed in Galen Govier’s Tag Service registry. It’s powered by a 440ci “Wedge” V8 engine paired with a 727 TorqueFlite three-speed automatic transmission.
1968 Plymouth Barracuda convertible
Under the hood is an upgraded 340ci V8 with a 1973 casting date, W2 heads, electronic ignition, headers, and an Edelbrock air-gap intake. The engine is paired with a console-shifted TorqueFlite 727 three-speed automatic transmission with a manual valve body and an 8.75-inch rear end with 3.23 gearing.
This was the prototype for the Mustang. Just give it a different body and the transformation would be complete. With a 347 stroker, it’s practically a Q-ship, though in current form I feel let down by the four-speed overdrive automatic. Nonetheless, probably a wise choice.
V8-powered 2012 E-Z-GO golf cart
If you’ve always wanted to own a funky Hot Wheels-esque vehicle, this is your ticket. With a small-block Chevy and colors that would be at home anywhere in Florida where Lynyrd Skynyrd isn’t a patron saint, this cart probably requires you to sign a legal form every time you go out.
After the Countach, I lost interest in Lamborghini. It took a while to get back in my graces, though the ubiquity of the Gallardo kept me bored. The edginess of the current lineup, demonstrated in this Huracán, distinguishes it from other Italians. I bet Ferruccio would be impressed with the direction of his namesake.
Chevys are everywhere, but Acadians are not. Basically a Canadian version of the Nova, this coupe is painted Sunflower Yellow (a stellar 1971 color) and has had a fuel-injected 427 transplant. If you’re a Chevy guy who wants to be different yet has trouble pulling away from cheap horsepower, maybe this is your calling.
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix convertible
A friend from college, Rob Watkins, had one of these. He let me drive it a lot, so I am plenty familiar with its charms. It’s no muscle car, but it has style in spades and unique styling among 1967 Pontiacs. Few road vessels with droptops can compete with this.