Classics

Car classifieds from the archives: What are those rides worth now?

Published October 25, 2015 Hagerty Facebook310 Twitter185 Email Print 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Coupe (Hagerty) Twelve grand for a Hemi Cuda?! Hindsight is 20/20, as these automotive classified ads from the 1980s demonstrate with painful clarity. These listings for a Corvette L88, a Buick GNX and the aforementioned Cuda will have car buffs wishing they’d picked […]

High Performance

Lingenfelter unveils wide-body kit for the C7 Corvette

By Viknesh VijayenthiranPublished October 22, 2015High Gear Media Facebook0 Twitter0 Email Print lingenfelter-wide-body-kit-for-the-c7-chevrolet-corvette_100531426_l.jpg (Ligenfelter) Next It’s been a while since we last heard from Lingenfelter, but the tuning firm, based in Brighton, Michigan, has been toiling away on some interesting new products. One of these is a new wide-body kit designed for the seventh-generation Corvette. […]

Classics

CLASSIC CLASSIFIED: 1987 BUICK GNX

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Greg Ingold From: Hemmings Motor News Date: March 1989 Price then: $35,000 ($67,300 adjusted for inflation, about the cost of a new 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z51 today) Price now: $54,400 – $122,000 Approximate dollar difference: $54,700 (assuming No. 1 condition) Annual rate of return: 2.3% Buick: GNX, #304, perfect car, 90 miles. […]

Rough Country

Jeep’s long-rumored truck could be either a standalone model or a Wrangler off-shoot

By Ronan Glon Published October 16, 2015 Facebook0 Twitter0 Email Print Jeep Gladiator Concept (Jeep) Jeep has revealed new details about its long-rumored pickup truck. Although the on-again, off-again model still hasn’t been given the green light for production, the company’s design team is busily toying around with at least two distinctly different body styles. The […]

Classics

FIVE POWERFUL FRONT WHEEL-DRIVE CLASSICS

Published on www.hagerty.com By: Hagerty Front-drivers aren’t universally loved by enthusiasts for a number of reasons. Their inability to perform a good, old-fashioned smoky burnout, coupled with handling defined by benign understeer rather than hairy-chested, opposite-lock oversteer, make front-wheel-drive cars — in the eyes of some — appropriate only for family sedans and econoboxes. But there […]