The rarest, weirdest, and best cars we find for sale on the internet.
It's basically new, and you can own it.
Here's a rare chance to own a piece of vintage Porsche royalty.
The suspension is all new, meaning this truck is ready to hit any sand dune you throw at it.
If you buy this Pulse autocycle, you'll get to register it as a three-wheeler—despite the fact that it's got four wheels.
The Matra Djet was the first production car to feature a rear mid-engine layout. Yuri Gagarin drove one. Now you can too, thanks to an RM Sotheby's auction this week.
The ultimate '60s Chevy race car.
This Porsche has been deprived of racing all its life. Whoever buys it needs to change that.
This MC12 GT1 competed in the American Le Mans Series, and now it's coming up for auction. You should buy it.
This MX-5 is packing a Lexus 1UZ engine under the hood, and it's ready to race.
Back when Steve Dinan owned the company that bears his name, a 628-horsepower V-10 was his crown jewel. This M6 has one, and it's for sale.
This Mk1 Morris Minor-Mini Super Deluxe has driven just 271 miles in 51 years. You can own it.
The Italdesign Aztec was a spaceship-looking mid-engine two-seater from the future. Only a handful were built, and this one's for sale.
White grille, white wheels, crazy decals, and an extremely red interior. It's 1980 in car form.
It's the kind of car that belongs on a bedroom poster. Now, you can buy the real thing.
A Can-Am-derived big-block V-8 and crazy bodywork makes for an extreme Corvette racer that you can buy right now.
This championship-winning Beretta was built to race in IMSA in 1988, and has 320 horsepower. You should buy it.
This one has been restored, and now it's for sale. You should buy it.
Here's your chance to own a piece of McLaren racing history.
Twelve cylinders of VW Group fury stuffed inside a lightweight Audi coupe? Sign us up.
It's not often you see an original Opel Manta for sale in the US. This one's been sitting in a barn for a long time, and needs some love. You should buy it.
Built by a pair of ex-Lamborghini employees, it's one of the coolest Miuras ever.
Second-generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions are finally legal in the US. This one's for sale.
These cars prove you don't have to spend a lot of money to have fun.
With an estimated sale price of between $25,000 and $35,o00, it's expensive for a glorified go-kart. But, at least it's cheaper than a real GT40.