Chevrolet Barn Finds

Oh, So Pretty: 1974 Chevrolet Step Side Pickup

Step side trucks are the most sought after body styles for vintage trucks, with short beds taking second place, and long beds a distant third.  In addition to being visually pleasing, they are usually easier to… more»

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Desert Driver: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Sedan

In the late twentieth century, owning a ’57 Chevy amounted to a license to print money, and even today they singularly represent “The Fifties” on posters and T-shirts celebrating that golden American decade. The B pillar… 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»

Dropped A Valve: 1969 Camaro Z28

We’ve seen more Camaro Z/28s that are “missing” their original DZ 302 than we can count. Given that there are more Z/28s today then were ever built, it makes buying one a bit nerve-wracking. That’s why… more»

Orange Slice of Formula One: 1976 Cosworth Vega

To understand a Cosworth Vega you must first appreciate the history of Cosworth. An English engine builder of the highest caliber, Cosworth has supplied race-winning Formula One and other engines since the 1950s. The story behind… more»

Project Has Arrived: 1950 Chevrolet 3600

A few days back, I shared my Dad’s most recent purchase a 1950 Chevrolet 3600 truck project that he scored for just $200, you can read that post here. Well, he finally had time to go… more»

Unrestored Driver: 1967 Four Speed Corvette 427

Chevrolet’s second generation or “C2” Corvette left the ’50s behind with aggressive styling and modern technology. By 1967, America’s sports car evolved with the addition of independent rear suspension in ’63, four-wheel disc brakes and side-pipes… more»

Sunburnt Survivor: 1973 Chevrolet Nova

The seller of this 1973 Nova definitely picked the right picture to start off with! While this is certainly a nice car, it is in need of some repairs that aren’t quite apparent until you look… more»

1 of 62: Race-Prepped 1LE 1989 Camaro

For anyone who follows Camaros, the 1LE package has to stand up the hairs on the back of your neck. Introduced in the 90s as a means of competing in the wildly popular “Showroom Stock” racing… more»

Dusty 1957 Chevy Bel Air Project

This 1957 Bel Air has said to have been parked in a barn for the past 30 years. It was parked after the engine was pulled out, but the seller doesn’t state as to why the… more»

What Would You Pay For A Von Dutch?

“How much would you pay for a Von Dutch?”. That’s the question Rick asked when he sent us a link to this glove box door he found on craigslist. Personally, I’d have a hard time paying… more»

Hess & Eisenhardt Heritage: 1984 Chevy Celebrity

Hobby cars reflect the owner’s interests and obsessions, even if it’s a lowly Chevy Celebrity. Interestingly, this drop-top conversion has an extra dose of history attached to it, as the convertible conversion was executed by a… more»

One Big Project: 1950 Chevrolet 3600

I recently got a call from my Dad asking me if I knew much about 1950 Chevrolet 3600 3/4 ton trucks. I had to admit that all I really knew about them was that they were… more»