Depression Era Survivor: 1929 Chevrolet Sedan

Tucked away for a few decades, this Chevrolet looks to wear plenty of original paint. At some point in this Chevy’s hibernation, the drivetrain was removed, but is still with the car. Described as being complete… more»

Reasonably Priced:1953 Pontiac Chieftain

There is not much original blue paint left to this Pontiac Chieftain after 64 years. Solid, complete, and potentially having “low miles”, this Pontiac looks to be a fair project for the price. In need of… more»

Sleeping Fuelie: 1959 Chevrolet Corvette

This lonely old Fuelie Corvette has been parked since 1993. Having lived a colorful life, originally being a turquoise on turquoise car, this Chevrolet underwent a transformation to its current configuration of white. At one point… more»

Reasonably Priced Survivor: 1939 Chrysler New Yorker

Clean, regal, and in fantastic condition, this 1939 Chrysler New Yorker has only covered 46,925 miles. Having belonged to a family that was involved with horse racing, this Chrysler was sold, and lived in a shop… more»

Italian Design: 1977 Isuzu 117 GT

With grand looks, and a strong styling back bone, these Isuzu 117’s are interesting, and unique, Japanese built cars. Having been “styled” by the famous Giorgetto Giugiaro, who designed such cars as the Delorean DMC-12, and… more»

Finned Survivor: 1960 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Sedan

This Beautiful Fleetwood was originally purchased by a Mr. Brown promptly after getting out of the Army. Mr. Brown got married,  and together the Browns cherished this Cadillac as the couple was “particular” about keeping this elegant beauty… more»

Sleeping Birdy: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

After spending a few decades tucked away in a nice storage space, this ’55 Thunderbird is looking to find a new nest. Packing a manual transmission, a hardtop, and little rust, this Ford would be a… more»

92 Years Young: 1925 Packard

How often do you see an original condition, 92 year old car for sale? Well, this 1925 Packard is available, and is relatively solid needing some attention to the interior. Despite its patina, and untouched looks,… more»

Smoking Hot Deal: 1932 Ford Pickup

This 1932 Ford Pickup could literally be described as a “smoking hot deal” as sadly this old truck caught fire. Despite being a burn victim, this truck is still quite solid, with a great deal of upgrades,… more»

Air-Cooled American: 1930 Franklin Sedan

I always find it fascinating to see how so many manufacturers took on the idea of their own cars, and their own internal combustion engines. The Franklin automobile brand was headquartered in Syracuse, New York, and… more»

Cheap Fishbowl On Wheels: 1977 AMC Pacer Wagon

Although appearing in the same color blue as the prop car from the movie “Wayne’s World”, this is actually a different model of pacer. With slightly longer proportions than a standard model, this Pacer Wagon is a… more»

Sanded For No Reason: 1959 Cadillac Sedan Deville

What way can you make an American automotive icon bigger than its reputation and large fins? Add a couple more doors into the mix! This Sedan Deville is original, and was likely not too bad of… more»

Dusty Roadster: 1929 Ford Model A

Recognized as a true American icon, early Fords are still abundant almost 100 years later. Reliable, with a plentiful amount of parts available, often these early Fords can be acquired on the cheap. Ford Model A’s… more»


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