Here we have a 1947 Crosley - something we love in any body type - with a homemade, wooden body. Unfortunately, the seller has included only one image, which means we can't even see the front. Needless to say, we're intrigued, but also worried about the mass of this beast.
Admit it, if you're a car person remotely interested in Fords, you've wondered about this swap at some point. The seller has combined a nicely modified 1980s 2.3 turbo with a 1966 Mustang and seems to have done all the right suspension, brake and other mods to keep up.
With some funds, any European auto fan can score a 1980s BMW, Mercedes or even Audi; but this Opel Rekord will stand out in any American crowd today.
We love sleepers, and Jaguar's XJR models have often qualified. We're particularly partial to the original version, what with its supercharged XJR6 inline six cylinder. The usual issue is that essentially all of them came with automatic transmissions. This seller decided to fix that.
The Opel Commodore was an executive sedan which was never sold in the US. We don't know how this one found its way to the high desert of California; but we do know it's the most desirable variant: a two-door GT/E with a four-speed manual.