To name a few of the good ones above, there’s the aforementioned Mercedes 240D for $700, a 260Z or 280Z with a five-speed manual for $1,000, an MGB GT with a four-cylinder and manual transmission for $3,600, and a Mercedes 380C coupe for $2,000. There are also a few pickup trucks, some with engines and some without.
Also in the listing are several cars from the ’80s and ’90s, such as an ’86 Cougar (a very sad car by this point), a ’94 V6 Mustang convertible and an ’88 Bronco II. All of the aforementioned cars are $1,000 or under. In fact, the Cougar is priced to sell at just $500—if you’re into that kind of thing.
Also for sale are a few newer cars that might just make good daily drivers, including an ’07 Volvo S40 with a five-speed manual and 140,xxx miles for $3,300. There’s also an ’05 Volkswagen GTI with an automatic transmission and 102,xxx miles for $3,200. Both cars look to be rust-free and in good shape.