Factory Big-Block Drop Top: 1966 Chevelle SS396

A factory big-block convertible is rare and valuable (no matter which American automotive company built it), but a factory big-block convertible with air conditioning definitely ups the value. This 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 is not… more»

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Out To Pasture: 1973 Camaro Z28

Though most people always prefer first-generation Camaros, I always preferred second-generation cars, especially the chrome-bumpered ones. This particular car is a Z28, and is a desirable chrome-bumpered model. Find it here on eBay in Shoshone, Idaho,… more»

Rusto Or Resto? Well-Loved 1972 Camaro

There are many good things and many bad things about this red 1972 Chevrolet Camaro. For one thing, its “sell me” red which is nice. Its also wearing a split-bumper front clip, which is also nice…. more»

Big Nasty Fish Project: 1970 Plymouth AAR Barracuda

Project cars are our bread and butter here at Barn Finds. We remain steadfastly committed to the nuts and bolts of owning cars, you know, the fun part. Part of that fun, of course, is whatever… more»

El Caponcho: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix

This one is a head-scratcher, even more so than some of the others that have popped up lately. Intrepid Barn Finds.. finder.. Pat L, sent in this 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix custom pickup, El Caponcho, or… more»

Unicorn Mustang: Custom 1968 Ford Mustang

First of all, let me provide some important basic details: this car has not been permanently modified, and is being auctioned off to benefit The Albert Kennedy Trust.  Yes, this is an actual photo of the… more»

One Of 200: 1984 Autoform Camaro Z28 Roadster

About five years ago, my dad saw a third-generation Camaro convertible sitting outside next to a dealership that was closing down. When he stopped to look at it, he discovered that it was a 1984 Chevrolet… more»

Low Reserve: 1978 Ford Mustang King Cobra

The listing for this 1978 Ford Mustang King Cobra already has one bid on it and the reserve is a measly $3,800. Now, while there are many readers who cast endless amounts of shade in the… more»

All Go No Show: 1962 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

I love going to cruise ins. While it is nice to go to judged shows, owners who are less interested in perfection tend to show up and bring their creations. Some kind of leave you wondering what… more»

Picking Up The Pieces: 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Reader Bill W. sent us this forlorn looking Plymouth for sale here on craigslist in Alabama. There is no doubt in my mind that this 1969 Roadrunner has seen better days. That being said, as far… more»

454 4-Speed Survivor: 1970 Chevelle LS5

Chevelles are a lot of fun, and no matter which year model suits your fancy (no two years were alike!), they are all fun cars. This is exactly what comes to my mind when someone uses… more»

No Longer Silver: Greenwood Corvette 25th Anniversary

Corvettes that sport a Greenwood body kit are somewhat rare, but they still seem to trade hands fairly often despite relatively low production numbers. The rub is always how much of a hand the Greenwood brothers… more»

Original Or Upgraded? 1987 Buick Grand National

Let’s get pedantic about semantics. The seller of this 1987 Buick Grand National refers to it as “mostly original” in one breath, then immediately pivots to “many upgrades to fuel braking and turbo [sic] systems.” What… more»