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Welcome to the Only Dealer- & Ad-Free Community for Collector Car Enthusiasts
Reserved Parking “Make an Offer” Listings are the best way to buy and sell classic cars under $50,000! Learn more about how it works why you should list on GwR.
Guys With Parts is our Ad-Free and Complimentary listing service for both Parts Wanted and For Sale. Don’t wait: post what you need or have today!
Our “Classifinds” section highlights privately owned collector cars we find for sale based on today’s daily theme. Look further down for the description of each theme.
Our calendar only shows upcoming events the GuysWithRides team plans to attend in person.
Risky Business is our 1985 Porsche 928S project car we bought sight unseen for $4,000 and will pick up in October.
Be sure to read our latest Article: Classic American Muscle – How Mustangs Defined a Generation
We believe there is a story under every hood. Tell yours in our Guy With Their Rides section and we’ll send you free merch!
Who we are and what we are all about can be found here, including why the pronoun “Guys” is an all-inclusive term.
Sometimes you find the best collector cars for sale just by driving around. Click here for the examples we’ve come across.
On Malaise Mondays we feature cars from ’72 through ’84 when engineers struggled to meet regulations with the technology available.
On Truckin’ Tuesdays we feature Trucks, Vans, and SUVs of all shapes, sizes, and power trains. From stock to restomod anything goes.
Wagon Wednesdays we dedicate to the classic four-door station wagon and two-door shooting brake that were the SUVs of their day.
Get your mind out of the gutter! On Topless Thursdays we feature convertibles and other removable tops.
On Free For All Fridays we post classic cars and other oddities that do no fit nicely into our other daily themes.
Sports Car Saturdays are all about classic two-seaters with removable roofs perfect for carving your favorite road.
We’re Car Guys crazy enough to wrench our cars even when we might not know what we’re doing. Check out the useful tips we’ve put in ours.
Some “Classifinds” we find have very, shall we say, optimistic, asking prices that earn the seller our “NEW!” (short for “No Effin Way!”) Award.
If you plan to sell your collector car online, the right quality and quantity of pictures are critical. Here are some of our tips and tricks to help show your collector car.