Big Block Wagon! 1966 Chevrolet Caprice

Two adults, two kids, two more kids, two dogs, two 4×8 sheets of plywood, and more… all are welcome in the faithful full-sized wagon, the ark of middle America. This 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon in San Diego, California looks… more»

Only Cosmetic Damage: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette

If you give it no more than a cursory glance, this 1954 Corvette is a really nice looking car. However, look a little longer and you can see some body and cosmetic damage that will need to be addressed…. more»

Nothing to Spend: 1956 Ford F-250 Pickup

For some people, the simple reality is that taking on a project build is not a viable proposition. If you are such a person, then this 1956 Ford F-250 ¾ Ton Pickup could be a vehicle that is right… more»

One Year Only: 1958 Edsel Citation Hardtop

Timing is everything, and it’s everything that Edsel simply didn’t have. The Edsel range was introduced to the motoring public amidst huge fanfare, and its first-year offerings were nothing if not interesting. One of those initial offerings was the… more»

Rare Canadian Farm Truck: 1954 Mercury M100

It really is mind-blowing that there are any ’50s farm trucks still around up in Canada. Between the hard life of being a farm or ranch truck and the harsh climate of parts of Canada, it’s amazing they haven’t… more»

Lost Storage: $2k 1976 Lancia Scorpion

This 1976 Lancia Scorpion is a project-grade specimen that is for sale due to a loss of storage. The seller lists a variety of improvements made that should help the next owner complete the project, including numerous engine upgrades…. more»

3 Speed Manual! 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

This 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix is a rare bird, being equipped with a three-speed manual Hurt shifter which the seller claims makes it one of 277 built that year. Seeing a land barge like this Grand Prix equipped with… more»

Completely Original 1940 Chevrolet Woodie Wagon!

Here in America, production of wood-bodied wagons by car manufacturers had pretty much fizzled out by the early 1950s.  And since wood doesn’t hold up to the elements as long as steel (duh), woodie survivors are fairly rare.   If… more»

Chrysler-Powered Exotic: 1958 Facel Vega FVS

Update 9/20/19 – It’s been almost 4 years since we first featured this Facel Vega and unfortunately it still hasn’t found a good home. After selling in 2016, the car made its way to Portland, Oregon. It has now been… more»

Patina And Performance: 1968 GMC C10 Short Bed

Is this the quintessential truck of today’s patina and performance fascination? This 1968 GMC has it all and you can buy-it-now for $16,250 or you can also make an offer. It is located in the salt free climate of… more»

Horse Barn Find: 1951 MG TD

Long forgotten in the corner of a horse barn since 1975, this 1951 MG TD has now been found and can be your new project car. 70,000 miles are posted in the listing as the mileage, and the seller… more»

Matching Numbers SS: 1970 Chevy Nova

The seller of this 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS claims it is a complete matching numbers example, including the engine, transmission, and 12 bolt rear end. The car is in New Hampshire but apparently came from the Midwest. It still… more»

Stalled Restoration: 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

It isn’t clear when it happened, but at some point in the past, a previous owner had begun to undertake a restoration on this 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible. It stalled pretty early on, so the next owner is going… more»

Major Rust Repaired: 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda

This 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda looks pretty good at first glance, and while it has suffered from some of the typical rust issues that can afflict these classics, many of these have already been addressed. There is still some work… more»

Fire Sale: 1970 Dodge Challenger

Before this 1970 Dodge Challenger experienced its trial by fire, it must have been a pretty special car. The supplied photos tend to indicate that it was a fairly-rust-free car, but the addition of some recent artwork can’t disguise… more»

Former Daily Driver: 1986 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

This 1986 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser is the seller’s former daily driver, and said to remain in solid condition with good cosmetics and known mechanical history. The Olds is the lesser seen twin to the Chevy and Buick estate wagons… more»