Auction Alert! The Original Quaker Steak & Lube

My heart sank when I clicked on this reader-submitted auction tip and realized it was for the original Quaker Steak and Lube restaurant in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Quaker Steak opened in 1974 in a barely-altered Quaker State… more»

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Nissan’s Jeep! 1969 Patrol K60 Hard Top

The Patrol was Nissan’s entry in the compact 4×4 market created by the Jeep. This 1969 Nissan Patrol K60 (hard top) arrived during the 60 Series Patrol’s last year of American sales, one of only 4000… more»

Barn Story! 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

Unlike many “Barn Finds,” this one comes with a known history — for at least the last 20 years. This 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T in Mattituck, New York was discovered in a barn, purchased and slated… more»

Shortbed 4×4: 1965 Chevrolet C10

Few Americans struggle to correctly pronounce “Chevrolet,” making it unique among French words, which often suffer honest mispronunciation and intentional butchery. Ironically this French word for “a person who cultivates goats” has become synonymous with the… more»

1965 Plymouth Belvedere 426 Street Wedge

Offered as “1 of 265” Belvederes made in ’65 with the 426 Street Wedge and automatic transmission, this Plymouth in Ballston Spa, New York certainly looks the part. Several sites state the Max Wedge 426 ended… more»

Empty the Barn! 19 Car Estate Sale

Imperial. Chrysler’s highest model designation, and rightly so. From the Latin Imperium, Imperial means “Of the Emperor,” and who reigns more supreme than an Emperor? Unless you call your luxury car the “Deity,” Imperial tops them… more»

Priced to Move! 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Everything must go! The owner of this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 in Levittown, Pennsylvania has decided to sell off some project cars, and claims this one is priced to sell. Chevrolet built the original z/28 for SCCA’s… more»

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»

Personal Assault Vehicle – 1967 Ford Bronco-ish Thing

This picture prompts the obvious question of… “Why?” Perhaps the second question is why do you embark on building something like this and then attempt to sell it? This barely recognizable 1967 Ford Bronco in Denham Springs,… more»

Still in the Barn – 1968 Mustang and More!

We’ll get to the Mustang in a minute, but this shot begs the question “In what country is this barn located?” This shot looks more like a barn in Germany or the U.K. or anywhere European,… more»

Fully Restored 1933 Ford 3 Window Racer

Normally we avoid restored cars on but I couldn’t pass up this 1933 Ford 3 Window racer in Eudora, Kansas. Restored mechanically, it should never EVER be restored cosmetically. This is a “done” car that… more»

Barn Find: 1969 Chevrolet Caprice 427

For some magical reason, hidden headlights make any car look cool. Put hidden headlights on a Yugo and people will say “Wow; I never realized how cool those Yugos are.” Anyone whose eyes don’t pounce on… more»

Hidden for 40 Years! 1970 LS6 Chevelle SS 454

The 1970 LS6 Chevelle SS 454 has been called “The Ultimate Muscle Car… King Of The Streets” and, regardless of brand affiliation, muscle-car fans respect its 450 HP, 500 lb-ft LS6 engine. Two of our (anonymous)… more»