You know what? I really like these cars. I wasn't crazy about the convertible, but the coupe is something else.
Around 1200 of these were built before GM pulled the plug on the Pontiac brand.
The Solstice GXP has a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine. According to Car and Driver magazine, it gets to 60 MPH in 5.2 seconds.
The Solstice Coupe was the last Pontiac built. That, along with the extremely small production number, almost guarantees that they will never be cheap. In my eyes, however, it's worth the price.
Located in El Paso, TX, click here to see the Craigslist ad.
1990 Yugo Cabriolet - Here's a simple fact... Cut the roof off of any car and it instantly becomes 100% more desirable.
This car is a perfect case in point. People I know who wouldn't look twice at a Yugo hardtop give the Cabrio a nod of approval.
The seller says that this car has just 3,219 miles on it. The doors - or at least the door trim - don't lineup well at all. Granted, Yugos were not known for their fit and finish, but it could also mean that this car was once in an accident. (Which might explain the low miles.)
The seller leaves his phone number and encourages anyone interested in the car to call him with any questions. If you're interested in this car, I would do that before bidding.
Located in Saint Petersburg, FL, click here to see the eBay listing.
1971 Audi 90 - Holy cow! When was the last time you saw one of these?
This car was a development of the DKW F102. It was the first modern car to wear the Audi badge.
There are some really interesting things about the Audi 90. The DKW came with a small 3 cylinder, 2 stroke engine. The Audi 90 had a 4 cylinder, 4 stroke engine. Fitting the larger engine in the small engine bay meant that the radiator was not up front, but off to the left side of the engine. The front brakes were inboard, but the rears were conventional drum brakes.
This car is a really cool piece of Audi history, but it's in rough shape. It's complete, but will need a total restoration.
An Audi 90 is not worth much restored and, when you consider the amount of work that will have to be done to this car, the opening bid price of $1800.00 seems pretty high. Still, I hope someone buys it and restores it. It would be a great car to see brought back to its former glory.
Located in Hayden, ID, click here to see the eBay listing.