There are literally pages and pages of them.
As fun as it is to scroll through and look at the pictures and read the descriptions, it can be a bit time-consuming. So, to save you some effort and weed out some of the less exciting listings, we’ve gone through and picked out the 10 best vintage SUVs for sale online this week.
While the asking price is listed below for each SUV, many of these listings are also taking offers so if you’re interested, but think the price is a tad too high, go ahead and give submitting a bid a shot.
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 220.5ci Inline 6
Notes: Featuring a 115 wheelbase and 1/2 ton carrying capacity, these trucks are fitted with double-action shock absorbers plus easy-riding long leaf springs providing a desired cushioned-comfort travel. Under the hood of this classic International for sale lies the Silver Diamond 220.5ci Inline 6 cylinder engine that is mated to a 3-speed column shift manual transmission. With only typical expendable items replaced; such as tires, belts, hoses, battery, exhaust, newly painted wheels, etc., the balance of the rest of the vehicle remains all original!
ASKING PRICE: $44,900
Engine: 6-cyl. Flathead Ford V8
Notes: 4×4 Hurricane 6 Cylinder Manual Rare Collector Wagon Must See.
ASKING PRICE: $17,900
Notes: It has a 1975 Model 350 engine that is pretty stock and runs great. It has an Aluminum Radiator to keep the engine running cool. Added was Vintage A/C that blows cold and perfect for these hot summer days. It has a Pro comp intake and dual exhaust. The paint is a satin Blue with off White trim and looks great. All the body lines are good and doors shut easy. The door glass rolls up and down good. All the glass is new as is all the rubbers around the glass. The 350 Turbo transmission shifts out smooth. The interior is all new including seats and seat covers with both front and back being bucket seats.
ASKING PRICE: $34,500
Engine: 350 CID V-8
Notes: This particular 1970 Chevy K5 Blazer is really special as its a true survivor Blazer that we acquired from the original owner! The truck overall is mostly original with only one respray of the correct Hugger Orange exterior and is included with the original Bob Brown Chevrolet invoice, the original manual with original Protect-O-Plate and the original factory inspection line card! Made in GM’s Saint Louis, Missouri assembly plant (VIN code S), this Blazer left the factory with the following options – rear bench seat; power brakes, automatic transmission; heavy-duty battery; ammeter, oil and temp gauges; locking front hubs; 350 V-8; power steering, wheel covers, pushbutton radio and white auxiliary top plus black vinyl trim.
CURRENT BID: $24,100
Engine: 345 V8
Notes: International Harvester Other. Runs great. Starts Right up. This was repainted by a previous owner, it was originally yellow. The gray us breath taking. There are a couple spots that show the yellow. I have a tiny bottle of gray if someone wanted to airbrush the tiny bits of yellow. I bought it because I Love IH, but realizing I only need 1. I have a full video on YouTube about this rig.
ASKING PRICE: $18,900
Engine: Curtis AC 50
Notes: Old school plus new school technology. 1973 VW Thing is as good as it gets! This car is a head turner! Rust free! The VW Thing is well cared for and 100% electric. Yes, electric! Plug into your home circuit, at work charge stations, or at your local grocery store charge port! You will never have to check the oil or have to stop for gas. Just plug the charger and car into a typical wall socket or 220 if you have. The 36 kilowatts battery pack will provide you with a driving range of approximately 120 miles.
ASKING PRICE: $49,000
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Notes: This is a 1974 Ford Bronco that was built by All Ways Hot Rods in Phoenix AZ. The original shape and edges of the bronco still remain but every inch was refinished and smoothed out for the ultimate in appearance. The frame was brought down to bare metal and the suspension specialist at All Ways began to build a custom one off four link front and back suspension with every single piece being custom fabbed for the bronco. The power is provided by a Ford 347 V8 engine with an Bob Ream Imagine Injection cross ram, rame and roll cage are all tied into each other in areas of the car.
ASKING PRICE: $179,000
Mileage: Not listed
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Notes: Dressed in orange metallic paint with a white removable top and saddle tan interior.
ASKING PRICE: $29,900
Engine: 4.2L inline 6-cylinder
Notes: Dressed in White over Cygnus White, this SUV’s paint and trim are in overall excellent condition. It has new glass panels and fresh door and window seals. The bodywork is straight and solid, the rear cargo area looks great, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the battery appears new and the metal bumpers are in very good order. Changes for 1977 included removing the front door vent windows while adding rear vent windows on U.S. hardtop models. Most of the interior is painted Cygnus White with black trim.
CURRENT BID: $19,600
VINTAGE PICK OF THE WEEK
1967 Ford Bronco
Engine: 347 Stroker
Notes: This Bronco has been built from the ground up and every nut and bolt has been replaced. 347 Stroker engine, dyno @ 476 HP and 412 lb of torque. Automatic c4 transmission. On board air, after market air conditioning, custom wheels and 33″ tires, disc brake kit front and rear and fully custom suspension.
ASKING PRICE: $89,999