The original Chevrolet Blazer was GM’s effort at competing with Jeep, Ford, and International Harvester’s off-road offerings. The two-door, short wheel based Blazer K5 was a fun alternative to the more utility-based, no-frills offerings of the time and soon saw sales success. Added to that was the advantage of a fully removable top for a unique open-air experience. Our subject car is a fully-restored 1972 Chevrolet Blazer CST Cheyenne, modified to not only look the part but, with a 5.3-liter LS motor, keep up with the best of them. This lovingly-refreshed Blazer has been restored with many period-correct items as well as a few subtle additions to enhance usability.Read More
Originally manufactured exclusively as a range of executive cars, the E-Class first made its debut in 1953 and has been marketed worldwide across five generations. The generation of E-class featured here today started reaching owners in 2017. At the time, it was the most technologically advanced E that Merc had ever produced. The fifth-generation was a great success, winning multiple plaudits from automotive publications. This specific example, which is available in California, is the high-performance E63 AMG S Edition 1, and more specifically, the S213 station wagon. It’s ideal for enthusiasts who enjoy the perfect blend of excitement, practicality, and luxury, while the exclusive Edition 1 Package P88 (only available in the first production year) was a $22,000 option when new.
This stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is up for sale, with a host of lovingly considered additions made, making it perfect for those looking for a completed resto-mod. With an upgraded LS3 engine, and many more modifications to the suspension, brakes, and exterior, this ’69 Chevy Camaro melds old-school design with new engineering and power.Read More
This rather unusual green-accented creation is a heavily customized 2013 Chevrolet 4500 Express. With extensive modifications, this lifted and undoubtedly unique off-roader/utility van features storage for two BMX bikes, custom-built Fox suspension with a significant lift, and a plethora of speakers (if the exterior wasn’t loud enough already)! With 104930 miles, this custom creation features two facing benches in addition to the rear forward-facing seats that sit atop yet more speakers, for that ultimate party experience.Read More
The Lamborghini Diablo VT is a later-edition of the venerable Diablo. This was the first Diablo to feature the addition of all-wheel drive, borrowing the tech from the LM002 SUV that was also made by Lamborghini. This particular car has reportedly undergone a professional refresh. It sports a new interior, as well as a host of new parts under the hood. This 1995 Lamborghini Diablo VT has partial service history, as well as a clean Carfax. Included are the latest records to confirm the car’s restoration, as well as the original set of manuals in their leather case.Read More