1977 Chrysler New Yorker: Talk Of The Town!

After listening to Jack Jones warble on about the 1977 New Yorker being the “Talk of The Town” while I was researching this car, I started looking even closer at this apparent survivor for flaws–and could… more»

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Adventure In Style: 1961 Desoto Adventurer

Hernando De Soto never went out on an adventure in anything nearly as stylish as this 1961 Desoto Adventurer. Equipped with large fins, an interesting yet intimidating front end, and 2 doors, this car is an adventure… more»

2 Owner Mopar: 1955 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe

How great is it to find a vintage car that has only had two owners? Sometimes a low owner car can look like a train wreck, but in the case of this 1955 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe,… more»

Nearly New! 3,453 Mile 1987 Ford Taurus LX

Back in 1986 when it was first introduced, the “jelly bean” Ford Taurus’s styling was quite controversial. Now, it looks much more normal. This garage find has only 3,453 original miles and has never been driven… more»

Of Course It’s In California: 1966 Catalina Convertible

Where else would a beautiful Pontiac Catalina convertible be hiding out but California? And with black paint this shiny, it would be hard to hide any body defects! It’s located in Daly City near San Francisco… more»

Low Mileage Finned Coupe: 1957 Desoto Firesweep

Described as a true Barn Find, this 1957 Desoto Firesweep has supposedly only covered 20,100 miles since it’s date of assembly. Much of this car seems very original and miraculous, but this Desoto has recently been repainted giving it… more»

Lion Hearted Survivor: 1959 Chrysler Windsor Golden Lion

With beautiful styling, great lines, fins, and a Wedge engine, this 1959 Chrysler Windsor Golden Lion is a rare treat to see. Having only covered 38,000 miles, this Chrysler is breath taking. As close to perfect… more»

One Owner Wagon: 1967 Ford Country Squire

There always seems to be a sweet spot for wagons with many car enthusiasts. This 1967 Ford Country Squire is not only groovy, with its beautiful blue paint, and wood applique appearance, but it is also a… more»

Gas Rationed: 1936 Ford Fordor Model 68 standard

Finding World War II specific items is always an interesting and fascinating thrill. This ’36 Ford still faintly wears a letter “A” on its windscreen from fuel rationing during this time. Thankfully having survived so well… more»

Yellow And Mellow: 1970 Mustang Convertible

This 1970 Mustang convertible looks remarkably subdued considering it left the factory during the same time the factory offered Grabber Blue, Grabber Orange, Grabber Green, and Anti Establish Mint. As a matter of fact, according to… more»

Sitting 30 Years: 1957 Thunderbird Garage Find

This is an “as found” picture of this 1957 Ford Thunderbird, which was recently purchased from its original owner in Southern California. The car is now located in Los Angeles and is listed for sale here… more»

Former Horse Hauler: 1966 Chevy C-10

Old work trucks can serve all sorts of entertaining purposes, from the perfect vintage race car hauler to camping rigs with all the luxuries of home. But this 1966 Chevrolet C-10 leaves the doors open (literally!)… more»

French Survivor: 1954 Peugeot 203

Often many of the French automobiles we feature here on Barn Finds are unusual, or different, from many automobiles built through time. This 1954 Peugeot 203 is a simple, yet stately looking sedan, not all that different… more»


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