Behind The Shop Find: 1969 Ford Torino GT

While this 1969 Ford Torino GT looks a little rough around the edges, and the seller admits that they pulled it from behind someone’s shop, there are some good things going on under the skin, and… more»

One Dusty Pony: 1965 Mustang Fastback

This is one dusty Mustang, with plenty of cobwebs to boot! It appears that someone started restoring it years ago, but never finished. There was rust in floors, so the interior was removed but repairs were… more»

V12 Barn Find: 1937 Lincoln Zephyr

The photos of this Zephyr don’t give us much to go off of, but from what can be seen this looks like a nice V12 project! Just imagine being able to say you own your very… more»

Won’t Get Cheaper: 1986 Buick Grand National

Sometimes, a car catches your eye simply because the price seems too good to be true. Often, there is a reason for this, as I’ve rarely found cheaply-priced cars that haven’t required mountains of work. This… more»

Memories Included: 1969 Chevrolet G20 Van

This Chevy G20 van caught my attention not for its window-free exterior or cool period fiberglass aero bits, but more for the seller’s description of letting go of a vehicle that contains lots of memories. This… more»

Early Rustang: 1964.5 Mustang Convertible!

The seller of this Mustang project recently dragged it out of a shed where it had been parked for 20-30 years. It’s pretty rough, but any early production Mustang convertible that’s equipped with an optional 289… more»

Gone To The Dogs: 1960 Porsche 356

It amazes me every time I see a rusty Porsche going for big money. The cost to restore these cars can be astronomical, so why spend huge money just to buy it? I guess supply just… more»

Gold ‘N Greedy: 1966 Ford Mustang Gasser

Old race cars are always more interesting when they still wear the remnants of former identities or sponsors. Those graphics and illustrations tell you something about the previous owners, or the era in which it was… more»

Stray Cat: 1957 Jaguar MK VIII

These are the stories that always get us down. This Jaguar was driven to this location where it has sat for roughly 25 years. It looks like it was nice car before its long term hiatus from… more»

What Would You Do? 1935 Ford Delivery

Just look at this one! I love the sign writing that’s still visible and the checkerboard pattern on the hood vents! There’s one problem–or opportunity–depending on how you look at it. There’s no engine or transmission!… more»

Is This 1968 Dodge Charger Worth Saving?

The Dodge Charger caught my eye, but the more I look at it, the more I question if it’s even worth saving. It’s been sitting outside most of it’s life and there appears to be serious… more»

A “Mini” Austin: 1969 Austin America

If you all can’t tell, we have been on a bit of a “shorty” kick. This “Mini” Austin America fits in with our recent “shorty” trend nicely. The seller claims this tiny Austin ran when parked… more»

Anglo-American-Italian Exotic: 1953 Nash Healey

The Nash Healey was developed due to an unusual meeting on the original Queen Elizabeth ocean liner between Donald Healey and George Mason (the president of Nash-Kelvinator). What resulted was a relatively exotic (for the time) sports car that… more»

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