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»

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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»

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»

Clockwork-ed Van: 1983 Dodge Ram 150

It is funny sometimes how certain things in life can leave an impression upon you. Apparently the movie Clockwork Orange left a heavy enough impression on the builder of this van. The groovy graphics and Clockwork Orange graphics are… more»

Camp Ready: 1966 Dodge A100 Camper

For those of you that love vintage campers, but need something with a little more “umph” this clean 1966 Dodge A100 may be your go to camper.  With a clean and well maintained appearance, with a… more»

Affordable Boat Tail: 1927/1928 Packard Speedster

Long sleek speedsters of the early automotive days are always a sight to see. This 1927 or 1928 Packard Speedster is missing some of its pieces, but what remains isn’t too shabby. The engine last ran… more»

A Face To Remember: 1935 Hupmobile Model D

The mid 1930’s were a swinging good time with the art deco movement making paces, and streamline designs coming to the automobile. Although not quite streamlined, this 1935 Hupmobile Model D has a face like no… more»

Two Owner Survivor: 1972 Chevrolet Nova

Perhaps it is just me, but it seems there aren’t nearly as many Nova survivors as there should be. This 1972 model is a 2 owner car, and the original owner was a “Grandma.” Between the… more»

Dream Survivor: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429

Throughout the years so many valuable “dream” cars have been restored to tip top shape, and always command a high value. Today, there aren’t many unrestored dream cars, but boy when you see one, it really… more»

Starting Point: 1960 Austin Healey 3000

After spending 30 years with the current owner, this Austin Healey 3000 project is available to the next person who has the time, money, and space to complete it. Described as un-rusty, this 3000 has some… more»

Factory V8 Survivor: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

It is often hard to believe that there are any original condition ’57 Bel Airs, but I am always amazed by what shows up over time. Having only changed hands once, from one family member to… more»

Little Old Lady Owned: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

Little old lady cars often aren’t what they seem, but it is clear that this ’70 Chevelle Malibu was very well cared for in its lifetime. Equipped with a V8 and a manual transmission, this Chevy looks… more»