Wood Applique Survivor: 1977 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

Nothing quite says the 70’s like bright colored earth tone colors. This bright and shiny ’77 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser is a beauty having only covered 55,000 miles in its lifetime. As close to mint as you… more»

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Green With Envy: 1976 Ford Maverick

We all know that everyone loves green cars, not to mention cars with four doors; this one has it all! This 1976 Ford Maverick is posted on Craigslist with an asking price of $3,500 and that’s… more»

Old Farm Hand: 1949 Mercury M Series Pickup

Farm fresh, and featuring the unique touches that make this truck a Mercury, this M series pickup is a neat and fairly solid project. This truck looks as if it could be a driver again with… more»

Studebaker Restomod: 1947 Studebaker M5 Pickup

The Studebaker M5 pickups in my opinion are one of the best looking trucks of the era. The moustache like grill, and the treatment of headlights really set this truck apart from others of the era…. more»

Buick And Pontiac Salvage Yard Liquidation!

I was recently digging through eBay when I came across a seller that appears to be the owner of a rather large salvage yard in Great Bend, Kansas and they are in the process of liquidating… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1956 Ford Thunderbird

I’ve never understood the thought process we often go through when we start restoring a project. Far too often, people sand the paint down and spray the car with primer, long before even looking into the… more»

Pushes & Steers: 1967 Ford Mustang

When the seller includes “pushes and steers” in the description of a barn find, you pretty well know you’ve got a job on your hands if you choose to buy it. This 1967 Ford Mustang fastback… more»

Let It Ride: 1974 Ford Econoline

It would seem that surfer vans are in again. It makes sense though, many of us have memories of these vans. While I’ve never been a huge van fan, there is just something about wall to… more»

Rough Interior Survivor: 1949 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75

Just about any vintage Cadillac has a certain appeal due to the styling and luxury they executed through the years. This ’49 Fleetwood is a “survivor” but needs a lot of attention on the interior. Being… more»

Wire Wheel Wagon: 1968 Ford Country Squire LTD

How can you beat the cool vintage styling, a V8, plenty of space, and air conditioning, all wrapped up into a classic wagon? This ’68 Country Squire LTD has some good things going for it, despite… more»

Dusty Dust: 1938 Plymouth 2 Door

The origin of the Plymouth name for these cars is interesting. Chrysler had purchased Maxwell and needed a low priced car to compete with Chevy and Ford. In 1926 the Maxwell four-cylinder was improved a bit… more»

Just Needs Paint: 1969 Triumph Spitfire

Sometimes, even I’ll admit that a car is simply destined for the scrapyard. Now, as any of you who visit this site regularly know, I often lament how many good cars end up junked (and celebrate… more»

Aged ‘Burban: 1946 Chevrolet Suburban

After spending time neatly cramped in an old barn, this 1946 Chevrolet Suburban has finally made it out into the light once more. Partially disassembled and fairly solid, this Chevy has some potential. Although there are a few… more»