I’m Gonna Fix It Up Someday: 1936 Ford Coupe

We have all been through this before.  You spot a car that interests you behind a house, or in a field, or in some other place where the elements and vermin are taking their toll on… more»

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39K Miles From New: 1987 Honda CRX

First-generation CRXs aren’t necessarily as loved as the CRX that followed in the late 80s, but finding an unmodified survivor is often just as difficult. This 1987 CRX isn’t the hot-hatch Si; it doesn’t even have… more»

Yard Find! 1938 Plymouth Hot Rod

This Yard Find hot rod in “never finished” condition beckons you with a 31 word description here on eBay.  Located in Wyoming, Pennsylvania, outside Scranton, this 1938 Plymouth Business Coupe shows signs of recent fabrication including shiny… more»

Diff Shields Included: 1991 Chevy S10 Baja

Today, you can walk into a Chevrolet dealer and order up a new Colorado pickup with the ZR2 package, which adds some serious offroad hardware. You could make a similar move in 1991, by checking the… more»

Rare Turbodiesel: 1986 Toyota Camry

It’s not uncommon to find older Toyota trucks utilizing diesel power; my very own 1981 HiAce project relies on an old-school 2L diesel powerplant. What is unusual is to find such mechanical sorcery in an old-school… more»

Emergency Boat: 1969 Cadillac Ambulance

Okay, so it isn’t really a boat! Just so you know, I really had to hold myself back from making a Ghostbusters reference even though it is 10 years too new. Old ambulances are super cool, especially… more»

Well, It’s A Real Woody! Rebodied 1936 Ford

One man’s vision, this rebodied 1936 British Ford was completed after a five-year project by a disabled veteran. Unfortunately, the creator passed away in 2010 and the “woody” is now being sold, along with it’s 28′… more»

Scotty G’s Garage: 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe

I still haven’t found an E! In case any of you remember this car from about three months ago, this is the 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe that I found in New Jersey and picked up back… more»

Personality Goes A Long Way: 1959 Edsel Villager Wagon

There is something to be said for being unique.  Quirky individuals such as Salvador Dali and Paul Reubens have made legendary careers on the foundation of their eccentricities.  However, making a successful quirky car has always… more»

Open Roof Roadmaster: 1948 Buick

Buick Roadmaster’s are cool cars that pop up from time to time, but when was the last time you saw a solid Convertible? Certainly more desirable with its convertible roof, this not so common find is… more»

Mountain Garage Find: 1958 Morgan Plus 4

What I would have given to have been the one to come across this Morgan Plus 4 in the previous owner’s remote mountain garage. While it wasn’t found in a barn, it’s definitely an amazing and… more»

Hemi Powered: 1962 Daimler DQ450 Limo

Here we have almost 18 feet of British luxury, almost 2 feet longer than the Majestic Major upon which it’s based. In 1962 it was less than half the price of any Rolls Royce limo. They are said… more»

Some Assembly Required: 1956 Singer Roadster

Before you dismiss this 1956 Singer 4AD SM 1500 roadster as one of a handful of ’50s low-production sports cars that suffered from 10 pounds of wishful thinking in a five-pound reality-shaped bag, consider that the… more»