Beautiful Euro Camper: 1977 Mercedes-Benz 508D

These days, we tend to associate the name “Sprinter” with some of the most desirable camper vans on the marketplace. Especially over the last few years, camper vans have exploded in popularity, and they’re not exactly cheap. The Sprinter… more»

Barn Find 1933 Ford Model B Pickup

Once in a while, we actually see a genuine barn find on Barn Finds, and here is one example. This rare 1933 Ford Model B pickup is for sale on eBay, bid to $7400 with reserve met. The truck does… more»

Sitting For Years: 1976 Chevrolet Vega

Some cars beg to be nut-and-bolt restored, and some are vehicles that you just want to get everything working again and drive as they look, or maybe put a hotter drivetrain in them and keep them looking like, well,… more»

Shrink Wrap Chevrolet? 1967 Caprice Coupe

This 1967 Chevrolet Caprice is a nicely optioned and pretty original car. It’s similar to the Impala except that it has the Caprice formal, boxy roofline, not the fast or slope-back design possessed by the Impala, though the new-for-1968… more»

Green-On-Green Time Machine: 1978 Ford LTD II Sport

Talk about a long, large 70’s green dream machine (and a two-toned green paint combo at that), then check out this well-preserved 1978 Ford LTD II Sport with the optional Sports Touring Package. It is quite the time capsule… more»

Exotic Shed Find? 1974 Porsche 914/4

We’ve seen many exotic cars sitting in barns over the last few years here, and whether a person considers a 1974 Porsche 914 “exotic” or not, it’s nonetheless a Porsche, which a lot of people think of when they… more»

Only One Left: 1954 Campbell-Built Body Chevrolet 4400

One of the well-known names in the Woody business from the days of yore is Robert Campbell, who purchased the old Waterloo Wagon Company in New York back in 1932 and transformed it into the Mid-State Body Company.  Their… more»

Sliding Roof! 1964 Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire

In its waning years, what Studebaker didn’t have in terms of resources, it made up for in spirit. The company kept trying “new” things, like the Hawks in the 1950s and the Avanti in the 1960s. They also introduced… more»

All Original: 1970 Plymouth Fury II

The Plymouth Fury was a fairly popular choice among buyers looking for a full-size car in 1970, with over 260,000 of them rolling off the assembly line just for that one year alone.  While the 2-Door varieties generally seem… more»

1 of 50: 1966 Dodge D-Dart

The Dodge Dart was largely a mundane compact car for most of the 1960s. But there were a few notable exceptions, like a 1969 Dart Swinger 340 or the 1966 D/Dart. If you’ve never seen a D/Dart, that’s because… more»

Big Bad Orange Project: 1969 AMC Javelin

American Motors got into the “pony car” game in 1968 with the Javelin (and AMX, which is more of a sports car with muscle). It was reasonably popular (by AMC standards) and lasted across two generations through 1974 (AMC… more»

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»