While we often cover all sorts of beautiful, unique, and dream-worthy vehicles here at Motorious, sometimes they simply aren’t feasible to consider for a purchase. However, the marketplace has a wide selection of vehicles that are reasonably priced.
All of these sub-$15,000 vehicles are conversation starters, with each bringing something different to the table. The list caters to just about everyone, too, with selections ranging from customs to bone stock, tuners to hot rods, vans to roadsters, and plenty more. Check it out!
This particular example comes in a brilliant crimson red paint job complimented by a black interior. Powering the Porsche is a zippy 2.0 liter 4 cylinder motor mated to a well sorted automatic gear box. Features include power front disc brakes, factory heat, A/C and more. As time goes on these 80s generation Porsches are quickly becoming collector items - that is if you can find one that hasn't rusted into the ground.
After a 24-year absence the Camaro SS returned as a limited production car built under contract by SLP (Street Legal Performance) for General Motors. The modifications gave the Camaro SS more horsepower and gave the car appearance, handling and braking upgrades in addition to the added power. The 5.7L V8 was rated at 305 hp, which was 20 more horsepower compared to the to 285 hp of the stock Z28. The V8 engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
This 1987 Mazda RX-7 coupe has the original, low miles, 1.3L twin turbo Rotary, fuel injected engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission. This car has been well cared for and has only 24,448 Original Miles on the odometer (average less than 800 miles each year). This car is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic and has a complementary blue vinyl and velour interior; overall this car is in exceptional condition.
1998 Ford Mustang GT Convertible The fourth generation Ford Mustang was an automobile produced by Ford for the 1994 through 2004 model years. For 1994, the Ford Mustang underwent its first major redesign in fifteen years, being introduced in November 1993 and launching on December 9, 1993. The design, code named "SN-95" by Ford, was based on an updated version of the Fox platform, the final Ford vehicle underpinned with this platform. It featured styling by Bud Magaldi that incorporated some stylistic elements from the classic Mustangs. The mid point of this iteration of the venerable Mustang, this one has an engine swap from a 98 Cobra including the computer and instruments. Some new wheels, and H pipe cat delete and replaced with a Flowmaster cat back exhaust.
This is a one owner vehicle with a clear title and under 57K original miles. It's a regular cab body style that is finished in the white with black stripes. The body all looks to be solid and in great condition. Inside the bed is all solid as well and has the drop-in bed liner. It's sitting on a new set of wheels and tires with 15” Wheels and 245/60 tires up front with 275/60 tires out back.
This ultra cool AMC Rambler 660 Station Wagon. This is a highly original car that shows just 81246 miles on the odometer. This wagon is finished in its original two tone Solar Yellow with white over a highly optioned black and white interior. The exterior appears to retain all its original body panels and features excellent fitment and alignment, the interior appears to me mostly original with the exception of the carper and is wonderful in appearance, the engine compartment is super clean as is the frame and underside.
This 1967 Dodge Polara has been treated to a U.S. Border Patrol treatment with working lights and siren. It retained its original 383ci V8, 3-speed automatic, and 3.23 Sure-Grip rear axle. Also equipped with power steering & brakes! Recently serviced. Great car to drive and enjoy for the right price.
This bright yellow pickup truck is an excellent option to get into the vintage truck market, without breaking the bank. The 1977 Chevrolet Cheyenne is powered by a Chevy 350, and has just a hair over 50K miles on it.
If you're looking for an affordable classic, full-size SUV, this is a great option. This 1985 Chevrolet Suburban is powered by a Chevy 350 engine, and has plenty of miles left on it with just over 70K on the clock.
Not only does this 1987 Chevrolet Corvette look highly original inside and out, but also you get to take true control over the fuel-injected V8 with the 4+3 manual transmission. That's why this is one of the most interesting value-priced sports cars you can get your hands on right now. Dark Red Metallic is the one to have. After all, we all love a red Corvette, and this deeper shade gives it an added elegance. Not only is this the factory-correct color, but also it's believed to be original to the coupe.
1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia is the designation of various specially converted Volkswagen camper vans. It is named after Westfalia-Werke, the contractor that built the vans, which is headquartered in the town of Rheda-Wiedenbrück, located in the Westphalia region of Germany. Westfalia began converting Volkswagen buses in 1951. A camping we will go…a camping we will go…! High HO the dairy o a camping we will go. And in total retro style from 1982 with this decked out by the Westfalia conversion of a VW Vanagon. This “westie” has a 1995 VW Diesel replacement engine, and all the comforts of home.
This 1956 Mini Chevy Corvette Replica is the perfect gift this holiday season. Located in out North Miami Beach showroom is a super cool 2/3 scale Corvette that can go up to 55 mph! It is a brand new build powered by a 107cc single cylinder, 4 stroke air cooled gas engine. The motor is coupled with a 3-speed automatic transmission plus reverse gear.
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