Italy + France: 1969 Simca 1118

Here’s an unusual one; go figure, coming from me. This t-square special is a 1969 Simca 1118. What a sexy name! 1118! If you’re dead-set against square cars, this one isn’t for you, this car defines… more»

Two Door Survivor: 1948 DeSoto Custom

This beautiful Desoto is listed on Craigslist in Stockton, California for $7,950. The price seems reasonable for a car this nice. I’m surprised it’s been listed for a month now and not sold. It was repainted… more»

$900 Oddball Mini-Truck Project

Who doesn’t love Japanese mini-trucks? Seriously, who doesn’t? They’re durable, affordable, cheap, and relatively fun to drive. With a useable bed and a size and price-point that won’t intimidate most owners, these trucks make great work-horses…. more»

It’s A Party! 1963 Oldsmobile Super 88 Fiesta

I’m a big wagon fan, there really is just something special about big American station wagons! That’s especially true when it’s something like this Olds Super 88 Fiesta Wagon. You see, this luxurious wagon is a Super… more»

257 Actual Miles: 1995 Chevy Corvette

It’s not all that unusual to see Corvettes socked away with low mileage, but a number less than 300 on the odometer is pretty significant. This particular car is even more interesting due to the fact… 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»

Excessive Aero: Chevy Celebrity Eurosport VR

In the world of performance sedans, the Chevy Celebrity is not often cited as an example of high-horsepower peope movers. And that’s OK – the Celebrity wasn’t intended to be a hot rod, and most of… more»

Fin’tastic! 1960 Plymouth Deluxe Suburban

The Deluxe Suburban was the lowest-level trim for the Suburban line for Plymouth in 1960, below the Custom Suburban and the top of the line Sport Suburban, which would have been equivalent to their Fury line. This… more»

Judson Power: 1953 MG TD

For the most part, I like my cars in stock configuration. But there is one performance combination I’ve always wanted to experience, the MG T-series with a Judson Supercharger strapped to the engine. I know it’s… more»

A Friendly Face: 1960 VESPA 400

This Vespa not only comes with a smiley face, it sticks it’s tongue out when necessary. Vespa is Italian but this little car is actually French, developed by Piaggio, the parent company, and built in France…. more»

Little Big Man: 1965 Harley-Davidson M-50

Are you still looking for a winter project? This one won’t take up too much space and it should be bickety-bam and you’re done. Well, it’ll be more work than that, but not too much more…. more»


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