None of these cars achieved their goals, but they're still worth celebrating.
The seller describes it as being in "as-jumped" condition.
Not bad for a malaise-era relic.
This $5000 junkyard build proves its possible to have a daily driver track car without spending a ton of cash.
The stand-up comedian and, uh, puppeteer, has a thing for AMC's iconic weirdo. Go figure.
Buy the one-way ticket, take the ride: how to bring your classic car across state borders.
Disjointed lines and bad proportions don't stop us from loving these rough-on-the-eyes cars.
Whiskey, cigarettes, and dark past not included.
The actual '65 Cadillac used on Mad Men—along with more than 1,000 other vintage set pieces—will be up for bid until August 6th.