Poking around Goo-Net once again, this time looking at cars that are listed as 'Other', or as 'Other' within the listings of a specific country of origin.

First, the US Other section, where I find this 1962 Rambler American 400 sedan.

Judging by the pictures, this appears to be a very well taken care of and well documented Rambler. Looks almost brand new, but no mileage listed. US$25,270 takes it.

A couple listings below I find this beautiful 1941 Hudson Super Six for US$35,040.


Slotting in-between on age is this 1956 Nash Metropolitan Custom, with a Packard V8 under the hood (which was first introduced in 1952, according to Wikipedia) and a Packard Ultramatic automatic transmission.

Want something more modern and sportier? How about going to the Other section for Germany, with this Koenig C62, a roadworthy replica of Porsche's legendary Porsche 962 race car.


From Italy, a trio of Girasole Elettricas in yellow, blue, and red. All three are interesting Italian electric cars for under 10 grand.


Also from Italy is this Fiat 850-based Lombardi Grand Prix Abarth, a very interesting little Italian coupe.

Finally, the general 'Other' section, with an interesting variety of machines.


First, one of the worst cars ever made, and likely the worst EV ever made, the Indian built REVAi.

Also from India, this 1994 Hindustan Ambassador with 47,389km on it.


Very confusing how this Lancia Stratos got listed as 'Other'.

Finishing things off is this Simca 1000 Rallye 2. There's no listed year, but according to Wikipedia, the Rallye 2 was built from 1973 to 1978.


There's a lot more cars there listed as 'Other', but these are the ones that stood out to me the most.