1972 Fiat 500 Furgoncino: Ex-TV & Movie Star

Fiat 500s are cute enough, especially this generation, but I had never seen a “Furgoncino” (little van?) before. This one even comes with an interesting history, and as they were never officially imported to the USA… more»

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Beater Bee: 1977 Datsun B-210 Honey Bee

This rough-looking 1977 Datsun B-210 Honey Bee has an asking price of “only” $1,900 or best offer. It can be found on Craigslist in Riverside, California. Thanks to Pat L for finding this Honey Bee!

Super Short: 1979 Ford Ranger F-150

In 1979, Ford made just over 400,000 F-150 pick up trucks in all configurations. Not too many were short bed Supercab models; in fact only 35,889 Supercabs of all bed sizes were built in two wheel… more»

1967 International Scout: Worth Dragging Home?

Broncos, Blazers, and Scouts have been going up in value. Good ones at least. So, does that make this rustbucket worthwhile? It was supposedly pushed into a barn 35 years ago when the clutch slave cylinder… more»

Big Lug: 1968 American Coleman Aircraft Tug

This is your next daily driver! It’s a 1968 American Coleman Aircraft Tug and it can be found on Craigslist in Aurora, Minnesota. The seller is asking $4,100 for this big lug. The seller doesn’t list… more»

Another Sleeper: 1954 Kaiser Manhattan

By 1954, the writing was on the wall for Kaiser cars. The company could not compete with the major manufacturers, and after its initial success, its relatively high prices, the lack of a modern V-8 power… more»

V8 Topless Tahoe: 1985 Chevrolet S10 Blazer

I have always wondered why owners of these “SUV” type vehicles with removable rear tops rarely seemed to take them off, it’s such a great look, in my opinion. This uber-custom truck is a 1985 Chevrolet… more»

Rusty but Trusty? 1974 Ford Bronco

It’s amazing what a few decades can do to a person, and to a vehicle. Not to mention what time can do to the price of vehicles. When I got my license and started buying vehicles… more»

Real J Code: 1968 Dodge Super Bee

When it comes to Mopars, genuine Hemi cars tend to command all the marbles. That is, regardless of condition, they fetch a big price in both restored and unrestored condition. When those vehicles also come with… more»

Maybe The Same? 1956 Studebaker President

Back in April of 2016, David F. did a great job writing up a 1956 two tone Studebaker President from California, these colors and wide white wall tires, just like this one. I *think* it’s the… more»

America’s First Turbo Car: 1963 Oldsmobile F85 Jetfire

How many times have you seen a car that seemed uncommon,┬ábut had actually fallen into the category of being rare? Well these Oldsmobile F85 Jetfires have become quite rare due to time, and a pesky turbocharger…. more»

Lean-To Find: 1932 Ford Pickup

It is never surprising to see what someone may have stored somewhere. This 1932 Ford Pickup has apparently spent a great deal of time in this exact spot, as the son who is selling it says… more»

One Repaint, All Stock: 1967 Chevy Camaro

“Unaltered” is a word used somewhat freely anymore, especially as it pertains to survivor cars. Sometimes it’s true, but most of the time, it tends to be exaggeration. In the case of this very clean and… more»