During my extended classifieds browsing session I came across those:

1973 Volvo 1800ES

A US import. Still on American plates.

1977 Skoda 120L

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They're pretty rare these days, and this one seems to be in good nick too.

1943 Dodge WC51

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Certainly not something you see everyday.

1967 NSU Prinz 1000

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I don't believe I've ever seen one of those "in the flesh".

1974 Polish Fiat 125p

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Those have become rare too. I don't remember when I last saw one in this bodystyle.

1969 Syrena 104

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The last Syrena with suicide doors. Still, the price is insane.

1955 Dodge Coronet Royal Lancer

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Definitely could use a bit of love, but looks saveable.

1968 FIAT 850

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Looks pretty damn sad. Hopefully it can be saved.

1973 Peugeot 304 Convertible

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A shame that the owner can't tell a Peugeot from a Citroen.

1972 Volvo 144 GL

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A pretty interesting car if you ask me. It's been ages since I've last seen one of those.

1973 Volkswagen 1600 TL Automatic

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1959 Opel Rekord

Seems to be pretty much all there. Somebody should get round to restoring it.

1930 Citroen C4

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1956 Mowag

To be honest, until now, I didn't even know such things existed. Seems incredibly utilitarian but also appealing for some reason.

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1937 Opel Super 6

It's a shame someone seems to have ruined it with a bad restoration job.

1950 Moskvitch 401

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You can have your own bit of 50's Soviet Union.

1971 Alfa Romeo GT 2000 Veloce

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A pretty little thing.

1959 Simca Ariane

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Those are pretty damn rare around here.

1975 Lancia Beta Montecarlo

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Get your own future rustbucket today!

1956 IFA F9

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A bubbly predecessor to the Wartburg.

I only included cars that are currently in Poland, even if they are registered in some other country. There were no particular criteria for my choice, just some cars that I stopped to look at.