Viable Project? 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

One of the good things about the Plymouth Road Runner in the vintage muscle marketplace is that the desirability of these cars isn’t really showing any signs of letting up, with even the lower condition examples seeming to have… more»

California Native: 1963 Pontiac Catalina Convertible

The Catalina didn’t earn the status of being its own stand-alone model until 1959, as in the beginning, it was merely a trim-level designation for most Pontiac hardtops when the company first began using the name in 1950.  It… more»

Turbo Hot Hatch: 1988 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z

Like most car enthusiasts, I have a short list of vehicles that reside in the “If I ever found one, I’d buy one” category. While early 90s domestics aren’t a big target of mine, the Dodge Daytona is an… more»

3,600 Mile Restomod: 1979 Ford Mustang Ghia

When you’re considering a modified car to buy, one of the more challenging aspects of the transaction is whether the car aligns with your own tastes and preferences. For sellers, that’s the biggest risk of either embarking on a… more»

V8/5-Speed: 1983 Blakely Bernardi Roadster

The automotive world was littered with kit cars from the 1960s until the 1980s. They are rarely seen today, but one of the better cars from the days of old was the 1983 Blakely Bernardi Roadster. Buyers could choose… more»

Resto-Mod Shelby GT500KR

This one claims that if you drive it, you’ll really be the King of the Road, like the name implies: 1968 Shelby (Mustang) GT500KR. You’ll find the car here on ebay currently bid up to just over $90K (short… more»

1979 Pontiac Trans Am With 41 Genuine Miles!

Although I don’t often do it, I’m willing to stick out my neck and state that this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am could be one of the best original and unrestored examples in the world. That is hardly surprising, considering… more»

Found in Grandpa’s Garage: 1924 Model T Hot Rod

It’s not very often that you see a touring car built as a hot rod. With their longer wheelbase and four doors, they aren’t as nimble as their two-door cousins and aren’t as desirable to customize. This one is… more»

Needs Nothing: 1961 Chrysler Windsor

It is common to look at classics with more than six decades under their belts and begin to tally up what it will cost its new owner to return the car in question to a physical, mechanical, and cosmetic… more»

Tidy Driver: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

The Screaming Chicken. It remains one of the most identifiable vehicle graphics from the 1970s. It owed little to subtlety, adorning the hood of most Pontiac Trans Ams from that era. This 1979 example is no exception. It is… more»

2 for 1 Garage Finds: 1961 Ford Galaxie

When the seller bought a house and some property, he/she got two old Fords thrown in for good measure. The “good car” is a non-running 1961 Galaxie Town Sedan (4-door), and the “parts car” may be its twin. If… more»

950-Mile Barn Find: 2005 Chevrolet SSR

Among modern classic vehicles, there is a muscle car of sorts that is a bit of a sleeper in the marketplace. That would be the later edition of the Chevrolet SSR pickup truck, which was always a bit of… more»

Rare Drop-Head Coupe: 1953 Alvis TC 21 100

Alvis Car & Engineering Co. was a British manufacturer from 1919 to 1967. While they built cars for civilian consumption, they also produced armored vehicles for the military. Here is a 1953 edition of the Alvis TC 21/100 Drop-Head… more»

Original Paint: 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

Many purists view the 1970 Corvette as the best of the C3 models. They generally base this belief on that year being the last before Chevrolet began detuning its engines to comply with upcoming emission restrictions. This 1970 Convertible… more»

Patina Hot Rod! 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

If you love patina classics as I do, there’s not much you wouldn’t like about this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. It wears an awesome shade of blue and white with just the right amount of surface rust and no… more»

Gorgeous 1939 Cadillac Woody Restomod is One of Two

The offering is for a gorgeous 1939 Cadillac woody—one of just two built—and now equipped with a 450-horsepower Cadillac V-8 from the early 1970s, producing 450 horsepower. It’s not quite finished—carpets, AC, and finishing touches are needed—but it’s almost… more»