The rarest, weirdest, and best cars we find for sale on the internet.
This has got to be the best-sounding modern rally car in the world.
Ferrari 275 P Chassis #0816 might be the company's greatest sports racing car.
It might not be for everyone, but you'll sure stand out.
Clean, unmodified Lancer Evolutions are near impossible to find. This one's a true gem.
The Cosmo is one of Mazda's coolest cars ever. This one is in need of some attention. You should buy it.
Here's your chance to own McLaren's hybrid track-only special.
Regular F-Type to common? Consider this Project 7.
Yes, you read that right. An American V10 supercar tuned by none other than McLaren. And it's for sale.
One of the 24 Hyena Zagatos ever made is for sale. Built in 1992, it's not old enough to import into the States. You should buy it.
The first-ever F50 is for sale. You should buy it.
It might not be the prettiest car on the road, but it offers capabilities that blow most cars out of the water.
As always, the Quail Lodge auction has plenty of stunning metal on offer.
If so, you should buy this one before they skyrocket.
Bring the kids to school in style.
This is an incredibly rare car. And with 500 hp on tap, it should be quick.
Stymied by ever-increasing McLaren F1 prices? Consider the CLK GTR.
It's hard to top that "Spaceball" shifter.
The Dallara DW12 driven by Alexander Rossi will be auctioned off in August. Its engine will not be included—for a short while, anyway.
No, it's not the real thing. But it's no cut-rate hack job either.
This 7-series has the makings of a broken hero on a last chance powerdrive.
It may look like a slightly widened Peugeot 205. But underneath, it's completely different.
The Swedish-built runway racer legend is looking for a new owner. You should buy it.
The M6GT was the 1960s McLaren street car that never was. Now's your chance to own one of the three built.
This Mk. 1 Jaguar E-Type can be your historics-conquering companion—if you have the cash, that is.
The DP215 Grand Touring Le Mans racer is coming up for sale next month with an estimate of $20 to $25 million.
Getting more than two people to fit inside an Exige is hard. But it's easy with this Lotus-tuned sedan.
Into taking risks? This $9800, 190,000-mile BMW M3 convertible might be the car for you.
This 1962 Elite Super 95 was given to the future F1 champ as payment by Team Lotus.
One-77s almost never come up for sale. This one has just 186 miles on the odometer.
Finally, a family-friendly track day solution.
This is the first time a Paris-Dakar 959 has come up for public sale.
Want to soak in the summer sun behind the wheel of a fun classic? Look no further than this 1970 Datsun.
It might not have a V8, but this is one seriously good-lookin Flyin' Miata build. For the price, we wouldn't have anything else.
Electric cars are fun. Electric cars designed around a Lotus chassis are even more fun.
In general, knockoff body kits are a sad sight. Not this time.
For $5000, doesn't this just look like a ton of fun?
Only a handful were ever built.
BMW never made an E39-generation M5 wagon. Now's your chance to own one.
Here's another chance to own one of the coolest last-gen GTs on the planet.
This car, for sale via RM Sotheby's new Private Sales division, isn't one of the six "true" F1 LMs. This is actually just a converted road car. It's still an F1, though. That counts for something.
Ford made history at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. This is one of the cars used to do it.
V12. Manual. Rear-wheel drive. It's basically a Vulcan for a 20 times less money.
It's tough to find a manual 8-Series for sale that isn't incredibly expensive. This one's cheap, but you have to be willing to deal with the maintenance.
This Delta has a newly rebuilt motor, and looks fantastic. You should buy it.
This Japanese-market Supra is in need of some love, and the price reflects that. You should buy it.
This 142,000-mile example might be the cheapest Raptor you can buy right now. But is it worth it?
Take the supercharged LS9 V8 from the C6 Corvette ZR1, stuff it into an old-school SUV, and you have a masterpiece.
It's not perfect, which means you don't have to worry about driving it anywhere.
The Sbarro Super Eight is a very specific sort of 1980s weirdness. And it's for sale.
German sporting sedan obscurity to the max.
The authentic Bond-driven Aston went for $500,000 over estimates at Bonhams' Festival of Speed sale.
Modified to race with a brand new engine, this is the perfect Stratos for someone who actually likes to drive their cars.
This 2005 Pontiac GTO has just 43 miles on the clock. It's basically new, and now, it can be yours.
The ultimate '80s Mustang hatch.
The Mangusta came before the Pantera. It was much rarer and much better looking.
All the fun of a manual V8 performance car, the ability to tow over 7700 pounds.
These cars prove you don't have to spend a lot of money to have fun.
Only four Lister Storms were built, and just three remain in existence today. One of them is for sale.
What better way to show up to the local concours d'elegance than with an ultra-rare drop-top Ferrari?
That seems like... a lot. Maybe even too much.