1961 Cadillac: Grandma Wiard

Almost.  She had a 1962 Maybe Charles had the one I’m thinking of – the one that sat in a yard in Ypsilanti for a decade or two. This one did not suffer that ignominy. And it’s yours for 9K. Gallery follows.

Bugatti Veyron: Lucky Numbers

Welcome to the best used car lot on the planet. So many display cars are from dealers and auctioneers, but what do I care? I get to be up close and personal with cars that I would otherwise never get close to. In this case, it means Bugatti Veyrons 7 and 8 in my personal collection of…

Bentley Bentayga(roni?) and Friends

[Ed.: These are all dealer cars, as near as can be determined. We try not to pick on people’s personal pride and joy. That said, dealers and spec cars and show builds seem like fair game.] Full disclosure – I already don’t understand why the Bentayga needs to exist in the first place, but it…

1991 GMC Syclone: Come to Where The Flavor Is

From humble beginnings… come trucks that will blow your doors off.  This is the 1991 GMC Syclone. In particular, this is one of 10 Marlboro Syclones.  And, like an increasing number of cars showing up at the Scottsdale Motorsports Gathering, it’s for sale. So you’ll have to be happy with the dealer and wiki info in the…

1976 Lincoln Continental Town Coupé: The Fleet is In

This is class circa the disco years. Not Tony Manero class – more like Rocky’s mobster boss or Ted Baxter. Twenty-two feet of deliciously tacky yellow and tan. I loved and hated these cars – so cushy and quiet and floaty, but so ponderous and grotesquely overwrought. Bench seats and column shifters make up for…