265 V8 Survivor: 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

If you were old enough to be watching TV in the mid-1950s, chances are you saw a Chevy commercial featuring Dinah Shore. She was the voice for the “See the USA in Your Chevrolet” advertisements. No cars better fit… more»

California 4×4: 1975 Jeep Cherokee Chief

Like most vintage SUVs, the Jeep Cherokee SJ has become a symbol of classic styling and has increased in popularity dramatically over the past several years. While the Jeep Wagoneer had similar features, the Cherokee SJ was built from… more»

Unrestored Survivor: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

It has been 53 years since this Roadrunner rolled off the production line. This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is located in Gentry, Arkansas. The seller has it listed here on eBay for a Buy It Now Price of $21,000…. more»

Solid Roller: 1966 Pontiac GTO

Pontiac paved the way for others to follow in the mid-size muscle car movement. It began as a performance option on the 1964 Tempest/LeMans and migrated to series status in 1966, the year it would sell nearly 100,000 copies…. more»

Real Deal 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

In 1967, Chevrolet produced 63,006 examples of its Chevelle SS 396. What started as a desirable muscle car has now reached a level of desirability that lifts the SS into the upper echelon within today’s classic market. This SS… more»

Low-Mile Survivor: 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

With some classic cars, beauty is more than skin deep. Such is the case with this 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. It presents superbly externally, and things are equally impressive when you delve below the surface. It is an original… more»

No Reserve: 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

Hidden away in this garage amongst an enormous collection of classic car parts is a 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible that shows promise for its next owner. It presents nicely and drives just as impressively. The buyer could enjoy this… more»

Rough But Restorable: 1970 Chevrolet Nova

The Chevrolet Nova was in its third generation by 1968. It would soon lose its original moniker, Chevy II, and all versions of the compact would be known as Nova two years later. This 1970 edition is from the… more»

Sporty German Gem! 1971 Mercury Capri

Shiny and highly original, this 1971 Mercury Capri in Augusta, New Jersey seeks a new owner here on eBay, where the four cylinder 2+2 has at least 13 bidders competing for ownership of the German-built pony car. The high… more»

50k Original Miles: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro by Berger

While most new car dealerships are created equal, some utilized special ordering systems to park something special in their showroom to entice potential buyers through the door. Some of these dealerships are instantly recognizable throughout the classic world, but… more»

That Thing Got A Hemi? 1967 Dodge Monaco

We find lots of mid to late ’60s full-size Detroit iron all of the time, Fords and Chevrolets in particular. Plymouths? Not too often. How about Dodges? Nope, hardly ever. Well, it’s about time and here we go with… more»

Airplane Hangar Find: 1979 BMW 733I

This 1979 BMW 733i is a survivor we don’t see all that often, wearing very pretty Bahama Beige paint and presenting very well with under 100,000 original miles. Known by its internal chassis code as an E23, the early… more»

Sell or Fix: 1969 Ford Galaxie 500/XL

Ford added the XL to the Galaxie 500 line-up in 1962, as an in-kind response to the Chevrolet Impala Super Sport (SS). Production of the XL continued through 1970, of which the last two years were available only in… more»

Put An LS In It! 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

I have to tell you that I appreciate all of the comments that I collect from my posts. I read them all and am impressed with Barn Finds’ readers’ knowledge – and sense of humor. If there’s one comment… more»

Snow? No Problem! 1968 Tucker SnoCat

Do you ever have to commute to work in the snow? Getting tired of ice and sliding around? This could be your solution! Up for sale here on eBay is a 1968 Tucker SnoCat 442A. It’s always fun to… more»

Swivel Bucket Seats! 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass S

1974 was a bad year for U.S. automakers, and especially ones like Oldsmobile that didn’t offer any real economy cars. The OPEC oil embargo of 1973 drove up gasoline prices and steered car buyers to smaller, more fuel-efficient automobiles…. more»