The rarest, weirdest, and best cars we find for sale on the internet.
This RT12-S is a one-of-a-kind here in the US. It's for sale right now. You should buy it.
It's a WRC-inspired hatch with all-wheel drive and a massive hood scoop. You should buy it.
Most people wouldn't give this base Cayenne a second glance. But it's hiding something special: A six-speed manual gearbox.
Strange proportions. Pop-up headlights. Square pattern wheels. And it's only $2500. Someone stop me.
There's nothing cooler than a custom 911 done right.
The C4-generation ZR-1 is one of the coolest Corvettes ever. This one has barely any miles on it. You should buy it.
It doesn't look like any other Land Rover. Depending on what you're into, that could be a good thing.
This car was driven by Clint Bowyer at Watkins Glen when new. Now, it can be yours.
With a 580-horsepower V12 and a dogleg gearbox, we don't see any downsides.
The Samurai is a simple little 4x4 great for heading off the beaten path. This one's for sale. You should buy it.
This is the final, most expensive GT3 RS 4.0 to leave the Porsche factory. You should buy it.
A dealer wants nearly $150,000 for this original, non-running 356—and it doesn't even come with the original engine.
This 20,000-mile three-pedal Ferrari could be your perfect investment-worthy weekend toy.
Lots of collector cars aren't always fun or easy to take on a joy ride. This quirky M car is an exception.
This isn't something you see everyday.
Thinking about starting a car collection? This stepnose Alfa is a great way to kick it off.
It doesn't get much more obscure than this.
Want to look cool and stand out? This perfectly green Citroen SM is the car for you.
The seller is asking about a quarter-million more than market price because of this color.
How can you say no to a face like this?
It's a Bentley. It's a coupe, and a convertible. Only 79 were made, of which only 48 are left-hand drive. And now, you can have one.
Thinking about going historic racing? This G12 is a perfect candidate.
Despite having over 100,000 miles on the clock, this vintage Accord looks brand new. You should buy it.
The seller of this LS-swapped M3 explains exactly what went into building this car. It's like a fully-detailed instruction manual.
For a very particular type of gearhead, this is an irresistible combination.
You can buy a P1 owned by a champion of F1.
Looking for a nice commuter car that'll stand out? This 530i could be the daily driver for you.
These things used to be affordable. Now, the skyrocketing prices show little sign of ever stopping.
Inline-fours and rear-wheel drive are so passée. What you need is a front-wheel drive, V4-powered oddball like this.
Built from an S4 wagon and the V8 engine from an RS4 sedan, this one-off is the killer longroof Audi never officially sold in the United States.
The first Ford GT prototype to surpass 200 mph in testing can be yours.
Not all American pickups have their engines up front.
With concept car looks and a BMW V8, the De Tomaso Guarà is one of the coolest cars out there. Here's your chance to own one.
This thing hauls lumber even when the bed is empty.
You might think a restored Neon like this is dumb. Here's why you're wrong.
This rebodied 330 GT is much more interesting than a new Ferrari shooting brake. It even has a manual transmission.
If you're looking for a Periscopa, and you want it in gold, this is the one you want.
This Mustang was originally a State Trooper highway pursuit car in Florida. Now, you can own it.
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.