Blank Slate Cobra! 1971 Ford Torino

Horsepower numbers for many muscle cars peaked in 1970 or 1971 before dropping both on paper (from the change from gross to net ratings in 1972) and for real (from lower compression ratios to meet emissions… more»

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Clift’s White Test Mule: 1954 Corvette

If you are a Corvette fan and historian, chances are you know who Robert Clift is. For the rest of us, Mr. Clift was the development engineer at the Corvette Division of GM during the early… more»

Second Chance: Our 1984 Volvo 240 Rally Wagon

UPDATE 10/16/17 – Well, the auction ended at $2,925 (a bargain considering all the time and money put into it), but the high bidder backed out claiming that he didn’t get permission from his wife… I’m… more»

Reader Sighting: Jensen Interceptor In England

Spotted by Gary M in England. Does anyone think it can still be saved?

The BIG Pink! 1958 Lincoln Premiere Two Door

There’s no real description provided for this Lincoln listed on eBay, but perhaps there’s not much to say except it’s huge and pink or “Autumn Rose” as┬áLincoln named it. It’s 4,800 pounds of pink stretching over… more»

Almost Original: 1967 Toyota Land Cruiser

While this 1967 Toyota Land Cruiser is advertised as having one owner, that’s not quite true as the seller purchased the vehicle from the original owner. And while it looks very original (and is wearing its… more»

Ain’t Gonna Get Her Done: 1963 Pontiac Catalina

Many of the cars featured here on Barn Finds are the result of someone taking on too many projects, or at least more than they have time to complete. I understand better how this happens as… more»

Locked in Uncle’s Garage: 1984 Mercedes 500SEC

Over the years, stories of relatives with significant vehicles locked away and out of the hands of more caring relatives have lingered across the enthusiast sphere. This 1984 Mercedes-Benz 500SEC is a genuine Euro-market car with… more»

Found in a Grove: 1964 Dodge 330

This Dodge 330, sadly, isn’t a Max Wedge hiding out in a base model’s body. No, it’s your standard, Slant 6-equipped model that is basically suited for commuter duty and that’s about it. But we don’t… more»

Rabbit Beater: 1976 Dodge Colt GT

The Dodge Colt era in America represented an interesting phase when rebadged Mitsubishi products made their way to our shores in multiple flavors. Although we’ve documented the Colt here previously, this GT-spec trim is less frequently… more»

Runs and Drives: 1961 Mercedes 180

1 It’s rare to find a Mercedes still wearing its iconic hood ornament after so many years, but this 1961 Mercedes-Benz 180 wears the three-pointed star with pride. This vintage sedan is located in Colorado where… more»

Third Time’s the Charm? 1964 Jaguar E-Type

This poor 1964 Jaguar E-Type has been unlucky twice, but perhaps its past misfortune will be the next owner’s good luck! All the pieces seem to be present to put it back together, so a patient… more»

Droptop Survivor: 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

The 1976┬áCadillac was supposed to be the last American convertible. They were thought to be an instant classic so some were put away as an investment. Cadillac couldn’t keep up with the demand and managed to… more»