Category: Race Ready

Ready to Rally? – 1959 MG MGA Coupe Rally Car Now Live at Auction

Bid to – $18,750 Before MG began production of the MGA in 1955, their old sports car, the TF 1500 was the final successor in a lineage that first started in the 1930s finally concluding in the 1950s. To say it was outdated scarcely even covers the reality of how uncompetitive it was against contemporary…

Take Your Time-Attacks to Radical Extremes – 2004 Radical Prosport On Sale Now!

Bid to – $17,000 If your idyllic weekend includes precision corner placement, swift shifts, mind-bending braking, and near-indomitable passing speed then get your bids ready, because our 2004 Radical Prosport auction has just gone live. Yes, this is a track-only driver and due in no lesser part to that is the fact that since it…

The Flag Drops and the Sale Starts – 2004 Radical SR3 Auction is Live!

Sold – $21,003 (Plus Fees) We let you know last week that the most produced, 1,100 made and sold as of 2018, and successful prototype style sports car was coming to auction soon, well here it is, Radical’s SR3! Continuously grown in notoriety and popularity since its introduction in 2001 the SR3 is favored for…

Motoring History Lives On – 1922 Ford Model T Dirt Track Roadster Auction Closed

Our auction on the 1922 Ford Model T that was converted into a dirt track roadster in 1948 closed yesterday, unfortunately without reaching the bid reserve. Instead of relisting the sale, our current owner has decided to charitably donate the vintage racer to the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska. Inside the…

Hotrod of the Dirt Track Now For Sale – 1922 Ford Model T Dirt Track Roadster Auction Live

During twenty years of production (1908-1928) the Ford Motor Company produced a lump of 16.6 million Model T motor cars. A staggering number that still affords the Model T a place on the listings for most produced automobiles of all time. Ford built them quickly and cheaply to get Americans out on the road. Fast…

One Fabulously Fast Ford – 1922 Ford Model T Dirt Track Roadster Coming Soon

The twilight years of the forties stamp themselves into the American automotive history books as the beginning of hotrod heydays. Young soldiers had returned from war and with their pockets flush with cash in an abundantly rich economy they were able to afford to tinker with toys, and hotrodding took root. Soon to arrive on…