If I didn't have so many metric tools, this guy would be in my garage by now. Hurry, before my Harbor Freight coupons come in.
Seems like it might be worth the hike in the mountains for this Beemer sporty. While you're there, see what that 911 in the garage is all about.
If you're into the Swedes, this may be kind of a cool project. Looks like some pick-n-pull seats, but whatever. Not the 2-stroke triple engine - not sure if that's a good thing or not.
CUTE. LITTLE. CAR. I like that British sports cars of this era are so much smaller than they seem. I used to think that their owners were just super tall. This guy has a couple Sprites and there's another that looks to be in a bit better condition (with a soft top, too). I wonder if one will fit in the back of the van...
I can't stop looking for an 80's Porsche. The 928 dropped at the right time for me as a kid, and something about the rear end I just can't get over. The hatchback lets you justify it as a good grocery-getter. I've convinced myself to hold out for a 928, so I don't mind helping someone else get this 924.
Bit of a beater, but that may get you some hipster cred if you can get it to run.
Desert Beamer with a 4-cylinder and 160k miles. I suspect it's earlier than an 80 and may just need its valves adjusted.
A good start to an Alfa Romeo Spider in Dallas. Apparently, he owes the upholsterer a grand for the interior. So, for $1800 you can have a nicely finished Graduate.