Happy Sunday and hopefully your favorite team is doing well in the NFL playoffs this weekend. Below is a selection of vehicles with auctions ending the week of January 16-20 chosen by The Journal writing team. Make sure you check out all of our listings here.
Monday January 16
This two-tone red and white VW Vanagon was manufactured in Brazil. It is powered by an air-cooled flat four-cylinder engine paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Click here to view this listing. Click here to view this listing.
This Thunder Ranch Porsche 550 replica was built in 2008 and features a four-wheel independent suspension. It is powered by an air-cooled Volkswagen 2.3-liter flat-four engine paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Click here to view this listing.
Tuesday January 17
Power is provided by a rebuilt 2F 4.2-liter inline-six engine paired with a four-speed manual transmission, a dual-range transfer case, and manually locking front hubs. This FJ40 was upgraded with Old Man Emu suspension components, and a Smittybilt winch. Click here to view this listing.
This Boxster S has less than 19,000 miles and features a mid-mounted 3.2-liter flat-six engine that produced a factory-rated 250 horsepower when new. A six-speed manual transmission sends power to the rear wheels. Click here to view this listing.
Wednesday January 18
Finished in light gray with a color-matched vinyl over a gray leather interior. This Chrysler is powered by a big-block 440ci V8 engine paired with a column-shifted TorqueFlite three-speed automatic transmission. Click here to view this listing.
It’s hard to beat a C2 Corvette, and when you add the 350-horsepower L79 engine, you have a fine balance of looks and power that few cars could offer at the time. Then go the Donny Brass route and make it scream. Click here to view this listing.
Thursday January 19
You may be surprised to learn about the rarity of the RS convertible: 2,562. Since the RS was the pedestrian model without hi-po options, it’s often overshadowed by the Z28, but someone has taken care of that courtesy of a 355 small-block and six-speed manual. Click here to view this listing.
The second-ever production turbo car with a four-speed manual sounds like it would be interesting. Maybe it doesn’t have big-block torque, but the poor-man’s Porsche reputation combined with a drop top makes this enticing. Click here to view this listing.
Friday January 20
Camaro purists may lament the loss of the LT1 after 1972, but new color choices and a four-speed on this particular example set it apart from the LT1 generation. Plus, any Camaro with the RS package deserves consideration. For 1973, few cars were as exciting. Click here to view this listing.
I’m a sucker for Lemonwood Yellow. I’m also a sucker for classic mags and the wind blowing my thinning hair. Sporty bucket seats and console (standard on the Super Sport) are desirable, though I’m left wondering whether the 327/Powerglide combo needs some help without knowing the carburetion. Click here to view this listing.