The collectibility of a car is not limited by a dollar amount.
If you’re looking to start a car collection, add to one, or just want a cool car for a good price, you’re in the right place. Motorious spotlights many vehicles from around the web, and even from our own inventory – while bringing you the latest in collector car news. However, the real unsung heroes of the collector car community are the coolest cars under $15,000 that you should check out this week.
1981 Chevrolet Corvette
This slick black Corvette is powered by a 383 Stroker Small Block Chevy V8. With a little over 84K miles on the clocke, this C3 would make a perfect candidate for a restoration project that doesn’t need a total overall.
1992 Pontiac Firebird
This very clean, lower mileage 1992 Pontiac Firebird for your consideration. The car remains in stock condition and is in excellent cosmetic condition. The red exterior is polished and shiny and the interior is neat and tidy. The 5.0 v8 fires right up and runs very well and the transmission functions properly. The Firebird rides on 15 inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Other highlights include a rear spoiler, car cover, sunroof, power windows, power locks, power steering, power brakes and air conditioning.
1985 Porsche 944
Well cared for, this 1985 Porsche 944 was a one owner car for more of its life, changing hands once in spring 2019. This Porsche is a rust free, honest car. It comes with all original books, tools, spare, jack, window sticker and service history – it’s a true turn key example.
1967 Ford Mustang
This 1967 Ford Mustang is an A Code car that came out of Southern Indiana and Kentucky. This is a very solid Mustang that is an older restoration that still looks great, but has some minor wear and tear from driving over the years. Some minor scratches and stone chips. This is a real A Code which means it came with a 289 V8 and 4 Barrel Carb along with 4 Speed Manual Transmission from the factory.
1928 Ford Model A Station Wagon
The Ford Model A (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers), was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. This example is locateed in Houston, TX for a bargain price.
1980 MG MGB
Here we have a 1980 MG MGB Roadster for sale. This car was bought new in TN and is part of the National MGB Registry. It comes with the original warranty documents along with other purchase information.
1969 Plymouth Barracuda
Before then Plymouth decided the Valiant needed an upgrade to compete with the muscle car madness game that nearly every manufacturer was on to at this point. Plymouth proudly gives you the Barracuda. For consignment, a 2-owner same family car (father and son) showing some signs of wear, but absolutely a survivor with mostly original parts.
1955 Jeep CJ5
Check out this barn find 1955 Jeep CJ5 Convertible with a clear title, bought from an old timer in Flagstaff AZ. This is a Southwestern Jeep its whole life. Sitting and stored for many years in a barn. It’s very clean body, no rot. It’s said to crank right up, and would be a perfect candidate for a restoration project.
1998 Trans Am
The 1998 Trans Am was the first year model that got the LS1 engine under the hood of a T/A. From there, it was history as these cars became known for their high-performance powertrain that could blow nearly everything out of the water, at the time. This white example has just 86K miles on the clock, and looks extremely well cared for.
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