Here is a selection of vehicles ending the of November 7-11 chosen by The Journal writing team. Make sure you check out all of our other live listings here.
Auctions ending Monday, November 7
This E24 635CSi is a great example of why BMW is the ultimate driving machine. It’s powered by a 3.4-liter M30 inline-six engine paired with a five-speed manual transmission. Click here to view this listing.
With a factory-rated 305 horsepower 4.6-liter Modular V8 engine and a five-speed manual transmission this SVT Cobra is a performance pony car. It has less than 42,000 miles and the sake includes an SVT certificate verifying this Mustang SVT Cobra as #492 in its series. Click here to view this listing.
Auctions ending Tuesday, November 8
This 4×4 extended-cab pickup features a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 engine paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. The CARFAX indicates a vehicle history free of accidents or damage and this Ford truck passed a California emissions inspection in May 2021. Click here to view this listing.
Power is provided by a 215ci Buick Nailhead V8 engine with an aluminum Offenhauser intake and dual two-barrel Rochester carburetors. This all-steel body Roadster was featured in “Street Rodder” magazine, and the sale includes extensive restoration documentation with build photos and build sheets. Click here to view this listing.
Auctions ending Wednesday, November 9
Under the hood of this El Cam is a 305ci small-block V8 engine with headers and a chrome-finished air cleaner. The engine is paired with a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels. Click here to view this listing.
From a prestigious brand to penny-pinching Depression-era survivor to a favorite of racers, Willys has worn many hats. This 1940 coupe demonstrates the strengths of the latter. Click here to view this listing.
Auctions ending Thursday, November 10
Nineteen fifty-seven was the year that Ford outsold Chevy, and introduced supercharging, the Ranchero and the retractable hardtop. When they say “top-down,” this car takes it literally. Click here to view this listing.
Perhaps Baby Boomers look down upon these, but casual automotive enthusiasts think they’re on fire. From a style/price quotient, you can’t beat this. Click here to view this listing.
Auctions ending Friday, November 11
This was the first Camaro of the future, the one that truly brought high performance back to levels unseen since the 1960s. With some SS bits already, there should be no problem modifying it some more. Click here to view this listing.
Sure, any old Suburban is cool, but the Cadillac 500 is the attention-grabber. With canted headlights and orange pinstriping, this Chevy seems to haul all the goods. Click here to view this listing.