Here's a bunch of interesting cars that are for sale right now
I always manage to have a bit of fun by playing around with online car websites and seeing what bizarre and interesting finds I can find. You don't really understand how vast the country is, and how many old cars there are in it until you do a nationwide search and start searching. So I decided to take a crack at it, and in no particular order, is a bunch of discontinued cars, some with really low miles too.
2000 Saturn L-Series LW2 for $2,495
Starting my search with cars with a low-mileage Saturn L-Series is exactly how I pictured it. This particular L-Series is definitely fully-loaded, equipped with a 182-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 and a four-speed automatic and a tan interior. I'm actually impressed with mid-size wagon, and am beyond tempted to drop $2,500 to bring home this pristine example. It has just over 30,000 miles and would make a brilliant first car for anyone. Plus its a wagon, so it gets instant credit among the enthusiast crowd. Check it out for yourselves by clicking here.
1988 Land Rover Defender 6x6: $269,000
This trip through the Internet is starting to get weird, as most trips through the Internet do. We arrive at a 1988 Land Rover Defender that has been stretched to make it into a 6x6. If the stretch wasn't enough, this Defender has gotten a new heart, a 6.2-liter LS3 putting out 495 horsepower. If the Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6 was your dream car, allow me to present you with this reasonable alternative. This go-anywhere behemoth can be yours for a reasonable $269,000, but you better be on your guard, it's a rolling auction.
1999 Mercury Cougar: $6,895
I'm a sucker for weird American cars from the 90s and 00s, so this 1999 Mercury Cougar definitely caught my attention. While $6,895 is a little steep for a 2.0-liter four cylinder putting out 125 horsepower, I can say with confidence that you will look like nothing else on the road, mainly because no one has seen a Cougar in this condition in at least a decade. So if you're like me, and have a painful addiction to weird American cars, check out this link.
1999 Chevrolet C/K 3500 Dually: $14,995
This might be one of the best examples of an old Chevy pickup left. This 1999 C/K is packing a 7.4-liter V8 making 290 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. This is another time capsule. The simple dashboard and tan cloth seats is a throwback to when trucks were utilitarian pieces of machinery instead of the leather-wrapped status symbols that they are today. The stock bed liner and Z71 badges lead me to believe that this truck could get down and dirty if it wanted to, but part of me wants to keep it preserved just like this. For a hair less than fifteen grand, this C/K could be yours by clicking here.
1995 Chevrolet Corvette Base: $9,995
I'm always kind of bothered by how cheap C4 Corvettes have become. This particular C4 Corvette is a 1995 model with a Greenwood body kit and a tan soft-top. It also has a six-speed manual and 39,739 original miles. What does it cost for this, your next garage queen? $9,995. Just barely under ten grand puts a C4 Corvette Convertible in your garage, and I don't know if that's a blessing or a curse, but I'm looking around my room thinking about what I can sell so I can buy it before you do. If you think you're more dedicated to owning this Corvette than I am, then click here.
In short, there's a bunch of old metal out there, and some of it is enticing enough to make you throw your wallet, and maybe your first-born at your local dealer in your quest to own something truly bizarre.
What do you think of my findings? Did you find anything stranger and more interesting? Comment Below!