Mid-Engined Big Block! 1961 Ford Thames 800 Van

The seller claims this cool, unrestored Ford Thames 800 van gets more attention when it’s out on the road than his shop’s six-figure hot rod builds. That’s entirely believable because this Chevy 454-equipped shagging wagon looks very appealing in… more»

289/4-Speed: 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

Being placed in a situation where you have to choose between two project builds sitting in your workshop would never be easy, but that’s a choice that the owner of this 1965 Mustang Fastback has faced. It was either… more»

78k Original Miles: 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

The 1996 Impala SS offered its occupants the best of both worlds. Driven sedately, it was an accomplished open-road cruiser that offered a relaxed and supremely comfortable motoring experience. However, if the driver gave it a poke with a… more»

Cheap Luxury? 1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

For the price of a decade-old Hyundai Sonata or less, a person could have this 1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur. No, really. The seller has this gorgeous and stately car posted here on craigslist in Des Moines, but not the… more»

1972 Chevrolet Corvette With 17k Original Miles!

This 1972 Chevrolet Corvette is a good one. A very good one. The collection of NCRS Top Flight and other trophies that it has under its belt are a testament to its condition and overall originality. An odometer reading… more»

No Reserve: 1996 Geo Tracker

Custom paint will always divide opinion. Some people will love it, while others won’t give it the time of day. The Brown color that graces the panels of this 1996 Geo Tracker is a custom mix that is sure… more»

Tough Truck: 1957 International S-120 4×4

There isn’t much plastic on this 1957 International S-120 4×4 stepside pickup, unlike new trucks. There are maybe a half-dozen plastic bits on the interior if even that. This is one tough truck. The seller is probably familiar to… more»

It’s Twins! Pair of 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 428-Cobra Jets

For performance enthusiasts, is there anything better than finding a 1970 Mustang Mach 1 project car in desirable Grabber Blue with a 428 Ram Air Cobra Jet V8 under the hood? Actually, there is. This owner has a pair… more»

Purrs Like A Kitten: 1959 Studebaker Lark Wagon

There’s something cool and fun about a two-door station wagon and in 1959, that’s the only wagon body style that Studebaker offered in the Lark. A four-door wagon would come along in 1960. This 1959 Studebaker Lark Deluxe two-door… more»

289 V8 Project: 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

Other than a Shelby, the two most sought-after early Mustangs are no doubt the fastback and convertible. Which should no doubt add to their value over the coupe. There isn’t a lot of history provided on this old Ford… more»

Western Wasp: 1951 Hudson Hornet

The Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit has roots going all the way back to 1909, and in 1954 they merged with Nash-Kelvinator to form American Motors Corporation.  Although AMC re-introduced the Hornet name in 1970, the first generation… more»

One-Owner Survivor: 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe

Chevy’s cars were all-new for 1940 and would have a brief run before automobile production in the U.S. was put on hold due to the war effort. The Special Deluxe was the top-of-the-line car with more creature comforts and… more»

Woodie Daily Driver: 1957 Ford Country Squire

For more than 40 years, the Country Squire was Ford’s top-of-the-line station wagon. It was ushered in to replace the wood-bodied wagons of pre-1950 (aka “Woodies”) with steel-bodied ones that were less expensive to produce. The Country Squire was… more»

Real 442? 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible

Not to be outdone by Pontiac’s hot GTO, Oldsmobile souped up its popular mid-sized Cutlass, making the 4-4-2, originally designating 4-barrel carburetor, 4-speed transmission, and dual exhaust. By 1967 the package had evolved from the original warmed-up 330 cid… more»

Experimental Parts: 1940s Pontiac Fenders

As automobile production resumed after World War II, steel would prove to be a scarce commodity until things got back to normal. That led companies like General Motors to experiment with other materials. According to the documentation provided by… more»

Big-Block and Factory A/C: 1966 Dodge Coronet 500

The Dodge Coronet was originally introduced in 1949, and spanned 7 generations through 1976 (with a gap from 1960-64). Originally a conservatively styled model, it eventually was included in the muscle car craze, and by the time this 1966… more»