Depression Era Survivor: 1929 Chevrolet Sedan

Tucked away for a few decades, this Chevrolet looks to wear plenty of original paint. At some point in this Chevy’s hibernation, the drivetrain was removed, but is still with the car. Described as being complete… more»

10 Hours Left! Garage-Sale Find ’63 Beetle

I’ve always held out hope that I’d stumble upon a garage sale wherein a vintage car in the garage would be half-heartedly for sale by the longtime owner. Perhaps they’re downsizing, and the spouse doesn’t want… more»

Reasonably Priced Survivor: 1939 Chrysler New Yorker

Clean, regal, and in fantastic condition, this 1939 Chrysler New Yorker has only covered 46,925 miles. Having belonged to a family that was involved with horse racing, this Chrysler was sold, and lived in a shop… more»

Big Blue Survivor! 1971 Chrysler New Yorker

Here’s a big blue cruiser that’s very original and its being offered at no reserve with a very low opening bid of only $1,000. It’s located in Happy Valley, Oregon (I would have sworn that was in… more»

Cherished Equestrian: 1973 Ford Maverick

How many times in your life have you looked back at a car only to realize that it had become old, and uncommon to see? As time marches on, the cars you remember seeing as new,… more»

Bull’s-Eye: 1975 Lamborghini Urraco

The history of Lamborghini is a story that many of us are familiar with. After Ferruccio Lamborghini created his first car in 1963, Lamborghini was a prestigious brand, which was far more exclusive than many of… more»

Uncommon Fish: 1967 AMC Marlin

1967 was the first year for the redesigned body, and the last year of production for the AMC Marlin. The 1967 redesign was arguably the best looking year of the model range. With similar, yet different looks, you… more»

Black Beauty! 1971 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Survivor

What else could you call a pretty black pony car? (apologies to Anna Sewell) Despite how nice this car looks in black, only ten 1971 Mustang Sportsroofs were ordered with this set of paint and trim codes…. more»

’73 Montego + ’78 Cougar + Barn Full Of Parts

While the 1973 Montego with the optional Ram Air hood from a Montego GT may be the star of this craigslist ad but there’s another nice car and a huge amount of parts thrown in as well. The… more»

1975 Buick LeSabre Survivor–What’s It Worth?

Aside from a minor dent in the driver’s side front fender that looks like it can be popped out (why wouldn’t the seller do that?), this 1975 LeSabre looks to be a 32,511 mile survivor. While… more»

2,850 Miles! 1969 Dodge Power Wagon

Nearly new, and with an interesting history, this 1969 Dodge Power Wagon W300 is about as nice as you could hope for. With 2,850 miles, we suppose it’s almost due for its “first” oil change. Although… more»

Green & Gorgeous! 1940 Oldsmobile Barn Find

This beautiful 1940 Oldsmobile has been off the road since 2004 (based on the license plates) but is said to be in excellent condition. A prior eBay sale has fallen through and now you have the… more»

Oh Wow! True Survivor, 39,000 Mile 1963 Z06 Corvette

I didn’t believe it either when I saw it. 39,000 original miles on a Z06 Corvette that is unrestored, even down to the paint and trim, and with its entire history documented from day one? Bloomington Benchmark,… more»


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