The rarest, weirdest, and best cars we find for sale on the internet.
Ferrari F2002 chassis #219 was the car Schumacher used to win at Magny Cours, securing his fifth driver's title.
Freshly painted and ready to drive, this British roadster can be your ideal warm-weather companion.
This Ferrari FXX is one of 30 produced, and the first to come up for public auction in years.
Following a full restoration, Bill Thomas' third prototype, the last of the originally aluminum-bodied Cheetahs is up for grabs.
All the luxury of a Range Rover without any of the reliability headaches. Probably.
With a freshly rebuilt engine under the hood, this Alfa is ready to be enjoyed.
Planning on pulling off a heist? This is the perfect car for the job.
Classic AMG style mixed with Mercedes luxury. What's not to like?
And it can be yours.
If you're looking for MG's too-late entry into Group B rally, this is probably the world's most original example.
The color is called Caribbean Pearl. We're in love.
It's one of just 401 built. And it can be yours.
Purists, avert your eyes
It even has a manual transmission. Cars don't get much cooler than this.
It's probably not as comfortable as a new C-Class, but it's a whole lot more fun.
Powered by an E-Type straight-six, this one is for sale right now.
This GSX has just 41,000 miles on the clock. And you can own it.
Aston never offered the first Vanquish with a manual. This one got sent back to the factory to be manual swapped.
At $870,000, it's a bargain compared to a real one.
It has a glass hatch out back and all the mounts you need to film your own car chase. (Cameras not included.)
This Corvette has over 600 lb-ft of torque, and it could be in your driveway by the end of this week.
Race car? Rally car? resto-mod? Period-correct cruiser? There's no limit to what you can do.
This is a Kellison J5R, an American kit car from the 1950s. It's rare, pretty, and it has a V-8. You should buy it.
This car costs about the same as a Civic Sport hatchback. So why not go for it?