Coolest Cars For Sale On Motorious You Can Buy This Week

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These are some of the most interesting cars that have made it onto Motorious this week.

What a diverse market the collector car industry represents. Every week, the Motorious editorial staff does a dive into the classified section of the site to find the cars for sale that we would want to buy for ourselves. These cars are more than worthy of a new garage, and we’re thrilled to be able to share our picks with the readers each week. Here is a list of cars to check out as we roll into the second weekend of October.

Massive 572 Hemi Engine Moves This 1971 Plymouth Cuda Tribute

If there was one car that no one wanted to pick a fight with in the late 1960s and early 1970, that car would definitely be built by Mopar. In the 1960s, the car was the legendary Dodge Charger Daytona, but a year later, it would be the 1970 Plymouth HEMI ‘Cuda Convertible. As fierce as it was, it is not just the car’s performance capabilities that makes this car so revered. It is also how rare it is. In all, 14 1970 HEMI ‘Cuda Convertibles were made.

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80-Mile 1993 Dodge Viper Will Round Out Your American Sports Car Collection

It’s hard to believe that anyone could resist driving this 1993 Dodge Viper as much as they have. This particular example has only 81 miles on the clock, which is barely beyond the break-in period for the engine. While we would absolutely buy it to drive the doors off, there’s also something to be said about someone preserving this 1993 Dodge Viper to keep it low mileage and like new. The new owner, which can be you, can decide to keep it this way, or put it on the road for many miles ahead of it.

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2005 Panoz GF09 Indy Car Lets You Live Your Race Car Driver Dreams

Indy cars are something special, there’s no argument there They’re super lightweight, powerful, and crammed with the best racing technology from the year they were racing. A lot of people have taken to collecting retired race cars to add to their motorsport collection, and other people actually buy them to put them on the track for vintage car racing, or amateur events. One such example is this 2005 Panoz Gf09 Indy car, currently up for your consideration and bidding through Awesome Auctions & More, and you should race to buy it.

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Own A Perfect Example Of The Second Generation Of The Corvette

Few cars rival the C2 Corvette as far as beauty, especially when it comes to American sports cars. The Stingray design was the prefect evolution from the C1, adding a more muscular, aggressive feel to match the respectable performance. When 1966 rolled around the second generation of the Corvette was in full-swing, and had become an extremely popular machine. The Corvette moniker had earned its title as an American icon, and everyone wanted to get behind the wheel of one.

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Zip Off In This One Owner 2012 Ford GT500

Ford proved they were armed with a heavy hitter when they produced the highly-coveted Shelby GT500 Mustang. Straight out of the factory gates, this high-performance Mustang was given potent power paired with an attractive – yet aggressive – appearance. You have the chance to take home an instant collectible in the form of a 2012 Shelby GT500, a car that’s a fantastic example of the final Shelby Mustangs Carroll Shelby had influence on.

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1965 LOLA T70 MKI SPYDER Racing To Find Its Next Owner

When a car is regarded as highly as this by such automotive legends as Carroll Shelby and Dave Gurney, you know it has to be remarkable. Having been driven by Jerry Grant and owned by both of the pioneers above of auto racing, this classic ’60s supercar has everything you would expect from a blisteringly fast race car from its time. But, of course, this high praise comes with much attention from the automotive community. That reputation is best shown in its participation in events such as the Rolex Monterey Reunion in 2011, 2012, and 2016, and the Road America Concours d’Elegance in 2017 and 2019.

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2002 Chevy Corvette Avelate Split Window Coupe

A select few 2002 Corvettes got a conversion called Avelate, only 30, to be exact. Of those few 30, only 11 were made with the split window option. The package came with the price of a hefty $100,000 to make it the car you see, but examples can sometimes be bought for a bargain, getting you into a six figure car for a fraction of the price. Examples like this 2002 Chevy Corvette Avelate Split Window Coupe from Vicari are not ones a collector of unique cars is going to want to ignore – it’s a rare find that won’t come around again anytime soon.

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Despite Production Shortages, You Can Bring Home A 2022 C8 Corvette

2021 is, let’s just say, an unprecedented year, following an even more unprecedented year. In case you missed it, the pandemic hit the US hard and shut down many businesses in 2020 as well as put a strain on the automotive industry, only to be amplified by a labor shortage. This has meant Corvette production has been…well, anyone’s guess from one week to the next.

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1973 BMW 3.0 CSL Is Peak Vintage BMW Goodness

Making its debut in 1968, the classic BMW made a name for itself on the touring car race track. It all started with a Karmann body fitted with a 2,788-cc inline-six but progressed in 1971, making the 3.0 CSL the most powerful E9 up to that point. This 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL being offered on Bring a Trailer is a prime example of why the model is so loved. To add to its appeal, it’s one of only 1,265 built, and one of only 429 made as left hand drive examples.

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1970 Chevy Chevelle SS Clone Lets You Have All The Super Sport For Less

1970 was a golden age for the now-famous muscle car movement. With names such as the ‘Cuda, Firebird, and Chevelle hitting their peak around that time it seems like there is no better time for our beloved classics than the year 1970.

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1969 Ford Torino Talladega Is A Magazine Car

It’s understandable why the Ford Mustang gets so much attention, being a symbol of unbridled freedom and boasting a run of over 50 years and counting. However, if you’re a Ford fan you might also be a fan of the Torino, a car far too many in America and elsewhere have forgotten. One great way to remind everyone of what the Torino is all about is by driving a beautiful, powerful, like this one. This 1969 Ford Torino Talladega is a rare version of the model, and belongs in worthy collection.

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