The rarest, weirdest, and best cars we find for sale on the internet.
The Kode 0 is an Aventador-based one-off designed by the same man who penned the Ferrari Enzo. Now, you can own it.
Saleen claimed its S7 Twin-Turbo could top 248 mph in a straight line. This one's about to go up for auction. You should buy it.
Yes, this is a running, driving Hellcat for just $36,300. It might sound tempting, but there are a bunch of reasons why you shouldn't own it.
Not a fan of the classic Bronco, but want that same look and capability? Check out this lovely Blazer.
Here's your chance to own Shelby's million-dollar GT40-powered Mustang crown jewel.
Don't want to wait for the Gladiator or it's just too big for you? Then this Comanche is just what you need.
You never see Panoz Roadsters out and about. This one seems like the perfect obscure track special.
It might not be fit for road use, but throw in a cage and make sure the frame is straight, and you have yourself a brutally quick track car perfect for racing.
This is one of the very first 330 GT 2+2s built, used by Mr. Ferrari himself for two full years. Now, you can buy it.
No, it's not going to be as fast. But with a gated manual and an exceptional engine note, we don't think that'll matter.
Save this late-model Aston wedge from a life of hangar dwelling.
If I were in the market for an H1, this is the one I'd get.
If an elongated Wrangler with a pickup bed isn't your style, consider this custom-built enclosed six-wheeler.
It deserves a second chance. You should buy it.
This car combined with this paint job make for one compelling package.
This is a street-legal Jeep that can do elevens in the quarter-mile. You should buy it.
The Z4 M is one of the rarest, coolest M cars out there. You should buy this one.
This stunning red two-seater was once owned by Count Albrecht Graf von Goertz, the person responsible for its stunning design.
This Nomad is the perfect spec for having fun, kicking out 300 horses through knobby tires. You should buy it.
All for the low, low price of $375,000.
Sold in limited numbers in the US, the Aero 8 combines old-school looks with modern underpinnings and a BMW V8.
Someone wrecked this beautiful six-speed 456 coupe, but the engine and transmission still work fine. Which car do you think deserves the setup most?
It may have a reputation for unreliability, but we can't help but love the eight-cylinder Passat. This one's for sale. You should buy it.
A full 755 horsepower of supercharged V8 fury.