The Corvair 95 (named for its 95 inch wheelbase) was built from 1961 until 1965. It was available as 2 different van styles and 2 different pickup truck styles.
According to the seller, this Corvan has 25,000 miles on it and no rust.
Located in Langhorne, PA, click here to see the Craigslist ad.
1958 Simca Vedette - Yes, this is a European V8 sedan. It looks pretty American, doesn't it? There's a good reason for that...
In the 1950s Simca was looking to expand its manufacturing capabilities. Ford was looking to sell its Poissy, France, plant. A deal was struck, and Simca bought not only the factory, but the rights to Ford's large Vedette sedan.
Since it was designed by Ford, it had a distinctly US look to it. The engine is a 2.4 liter Ford flathead V8.
I have never seen one of these cars in the flesh. This one is in pretty good condition for a car that has been ignored for 32 years. The odometer reads 8100 miles and the seller believes that's the correct mileage. (Not that it really matters as the car will need a complete restoration.)
I really hope the buyer of this car restores it to its original specs and doesn't hot rod it out. While this is not an especially valuable car, it is rare and it would be great to see it as it was when it left the showroom.
Located in Rathdrum, Idaho, click here to see the eBay listing.
1985 Mercedes 500 SEC - Speaking of European V8s... This is a gray market example of Mercedes' big V8 coupe.
This is an Autobahn cruiser, not a nimble sports car. This car would be on my short list of old cars I'd like to drive across the country.
The asking price is $5900.00, which is a bargain for what you're getting. However, while old Mercedes are very well built and fairly reliable, when something does break it is usually very expensive to repair.
Located in Hadley, MA, click here to see the Craigslist ad.