Rare 1969 Mercury Cougar Eliminator 302

So let’s say in 1968 you were shopping for a street car that you wanted a Boss 302, but wanted something a little different then the insanely popular Mustang. What were you to do? Well you… more»

Pass the Pipe: 1966 Ford Boogie Van

When you look at a van like this 1966 Ford E-Series here on eBay, your mind tends to wander: who created this psychedelic machine? Did they have a vision when they started? Do they tire of getting… more»

Insert Bolt A Through Hole B: 1970 Marcos

Do you love to put together IKEA furniture? Ever wanted to be able to say you personally installed every nut and bolt in a car?  Here’s your chance! It appears that this 1970 Marcos has been… more»

Cheap Barn Find: 1981 Corvette

While the least few years of the 3rd generation Corvette weren’t as good as the previous years, they were decent cars to drive and actually have some performance potential waiting to be unlocked. This ’81 has… more»

Yard Find! 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye

This Challenger sure looks like a neglected find, doesn’t it! Even down to the front plate hanging on by one of two fasteners–just the look I expect from a “find”. This particular Sublime Green Challenger is… more»

“Worse Than You See?” 1974 Karmann Ghia

Unusually, the seller of this 1974 Karmann Ghia states that it is “worse than you can see.” It actually looks like a decent project to me, so who knows, perhaps it’s a bargain and we have… more»

Front Bench: 1965 Mustang Convertible

Not only is this Mustang a 289 V8 equipped convertible, but it also has the rare front bench seat option! Well, relatively rare. We are talking about Mustangs here, but the fact that it was fitted… more»

Dormant Project: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

This Camaro has been owned by the same person for 35 years, but for the last 10 it has sat dormant. Luckily, the car has been kept inside and all the parts in boxes. The 327… more»

Sturgis Or Bust: 1951 Harley-Davidson Project

For the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed more motorcycles on the highway. Some of them were probably headed to or from Sturgis, South Dakota. If you didn’t already know, there’s a huge motorcycle… more»

Rotting And Restyling: 1952 Henry J Convertible

This sad old Henry J has seen much better days. This interesting and attractive convertible conversion isn’t all that common though and a quick search on Google shows how appealing a convertible Henry J really can… more»

Did Someone Say Patina? 1964 Chevy Truck

I thought it would be best to get it over with. Anyone who is aggravated by frequent use of the “P” word doesn’t need to worry because I went ahead and got it out of the… more»

Time Machine: 1951 Nash Ambassador Super Airflyte

The first Nash Ambassador was in 1927 and by 1951 the Ambassador was the top model. Nash models from this era are best remembered for their enclosed front wheels. The company president, George Mason, was a… more»

Breathtaking Survivor: 1956 Cadillac Eldorado

Cadillacs are considered to be the ultimate cruisers, with plenty of luxury to spare, and a smooth ride. It is hard to believe when looking at the photos, but this ’56 Eldorado is an original survivor…. more»

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