Huge 15 Cortina Stash Including Two Lotus Cortinas!

The Ford Cortina is a compact car built by Ford of Britain from 1962-82 and was the UK’s best-selling car during the 1970s. While all this was going on, there was also a performance version of the car built… more»

Shed Find: 1969 Dodge Coronet Deluxe

Not an R/T! Not a Super Bee! It’s just a plain-jane 1969 Dodge Coronet, specifically, a Deluxe coupe, which we were advised via the ’69 Dodge sales brochure was “the lowest price Coronet for 1969″. Whether it would be… more»

1959 Chevrolet Impala Barn Find

The Impala was introduced in 1958 as the top trim edition of the Bel Air. The car became its own series in 1959 when the full-size Chevies were redesigned after a single year. The ’59-60 versions were the boldest… more»

Worth Restoring? 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Ignore the seller’s forthright undercarriage photos and this College Park, Maryland Mustang shows high potential. Sadly the structural metal shows cake layers of rust and heavy disintegration. Hardware store sheet metal stands in for floor panels, and restoration may… more»

Two-Stroke Microcar: 1960 Vespa 400

When you think of the name “Vespa,” images of old, 2-stroke scooters tend to come to mind. As the grandfather of all scoots, Vespa production started in 1946 and continues today, although the bikes are much more modern now… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Introduced in 1964, the Chevelle became a popular mid-size car for the Bowtie Brigade at General Motors. The Super Sport or SS was a part of the mix from the beginning, but the SS 396 became its own series… more»

Running Project: 1955 Packard Four Hundred

The Four Hundred (sometimes referred to as the 400) was a 2-door hardtop as a premium model in Packard’s senior model range. It was offered during the first two years after Studebaker and Packard had joined forces (1955-56). It… more»

High-Mile Rarity: 1989 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren

The ASC McLaren-converted Fox body Ford Mustang pops up quite a bit for such a limited production car. I’d be willing to bet the ASC McLaren Mustang has one of the highest survival rates of a limited production vehicle,… more»

Worn But Running: 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline

While maybe not as stylish as its Bel Air two-door hardtop stablemate, the 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline DeLuxe two-door sedan was an attractive departure from prevailing designs of the day. And those designs included Chevrolet’s own ’51 Styline two-door coupe… more»

Daily Driver: 1966 Plymouth Satellite 313 Poly

The first generation of Plymouth Satellite was produced from 1965 through 1967 on Chrysler’s B-Body platform. The 1966 model benefited from some cosmetic tweaking and a few more engine options, and was popular enough to sell just under 40,000… more»

Affordable Project? 1976 Datsun 280Z

In some instances as car models age, sort of like people, they become larger, heavier, and technologically more adept. A case in point is this 1976 Datsun 280Z. It still looks basically like the original Z car incarnation, the… more»

Continental Kit: 1956 Ford Thunderbird

When the Ford Thunderbird was introduced in 1955, comparisons to the Chevy Corvette were inevitable. But the only thing they had a common was 2-passenger seating. While the Corvette was something of a sports car, the T-Bird was a… more»

383-Powered 1968 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon

In profile, this 1968 Chrysler Town and Country is a boat and a half! But then again, that’s how full-sized cars, station wagons, in particular, rolled back then. And of course, this example separates itself from the hoi polloi… more»

Potential Bargain: 1982 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Classic Alfa Romeos are renowned for two things. They are generally equipped with fizzy little engines that deliver surprising performance from a modest capacity. They are also prone to developing significant rust problems if not treated with care. It… more»

First Muscle Car: 1955 Chrysler C-300

Many consider the C-300 to be the first true muscle car. With its roots in NASCAR, Chrysler built 1,725 copies for street consumption. The name came from the 300 horses that the car’s 331 cubic-inch Hemi V8 produced. The… more»

Cape Cod Barn Find: 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider

Alfa Romeo Spiders aren’t exactly uncommon finds, as the company seemingly sold a ton of them when they were new. The Spider is the one Alfa Romeo model that will still appear in your local self-service junkyard fairly dependably,… more»