Factory Hi-Po 440: 1968 Plymouth GTX

Plymouth first used the GTX name tag in 1967, one year prior to introducing the Road Runner, and when the 1968 model GTX came along it was based on the new B-body Road Runner and sometimes referred to as… more»

36 Original Miles! 1992 Dodge Viper RT/10

Is this the lowest mileage first generation Dodge Viper RT/10 in existence? It just may be, with only 36 original miles on the clock. It’s going up to auction soon, and while the Viper can be hit or miss… more»

Four Door Project: 1972 BMW Bavaria

In the world of vintage BMWs, the E9 coupe tends to get most of the glory. It generally commands strong money is arguably one of the prettier cars the company has made. Lost within this is the Bavaria sedan,… more»

327/4-Speed Project: 1965 Chevrolet El Camino

Instead of finding either a wreck in deleterious condition or a fully restored trailer queen or a pristine survivor, today’s find is none of those. It is a desirable 1965 Chevrolet El Camino that is on its way to… more»

Cold War Comrade: 1969 GAZ-69A

The Second World War made abundantly clear the huge advantage held by a truly mechanized military, and few machines demonstrated this as effectively as the humble Jeep. A light, four-wheel drive vehicle with a legendary reputation for durability, it… more»

Hearse Conversion: 1962 Chevrolet Impala

General Motors has long served as a source of automobiles for coachbuilders to transform into ambulances and hearses. One such coachbuilder was Arkansas-based Cotner-Bevington, and this 1962 Chevy Impala was one of its outputs. Until recently, this converted hearse… more»

Rod Or Restore? 1940 Chevrolet Master Business Coupe

Finding a likely candidate for a custom build that isn’t riddled with rust can be a battle. However, for those on the hunt for such a beast, this 1940 Chevrolet Master 85 Business Coupe could be the pot of… more»

Car # 387: 1988 Ford Mustang Saleen

Oh, how I love the Fox body Saleen Mustangs. As the cliched phrase goes, they’re so 80s, it hurts. The decals, lower body cladding, rear spoiler, and BBS or Ronal wheels (this car has both) are styling trademarks from… more»

Barn Find Wagon: 1969 Mercury Montego MX

The Montego became Mercury’s mid-size car in 1968 (as they were phasing out the Comet) just as Ford was introducing the new Torino. The car’s name was taken from Montego Bay in Jamaica and would be little changed for… more»

Air Force Truck: 1985 Dodge W250 Crew Cab

Believe it or not, this 1985 Dodge W250 Crew Cab still runs and drives despite looking like it just left the barn. It’s got plenty of needs, from rust issues to a busted ignition, but this is the sort… more»

LeBling Convertible: 1985 Chrysler LeBaron

Personalizing a vehicle can make for a tricky and lingering resale. It’s like painting half of your house orange and the other half lime green. Even though you may love those colors, a lot of (most?) buyers don’t want… more»

WW2 Military Vehicle: Fiat Pavesi P4/100 Artillery Tractor

While certainly the majority of Barn Finds over the years have been trucks and cars, every once in a while a unique example of some other type of machine pops up, and this is one of those instances. This… more»

Series 62 Barn Find: 1962 Cadillac Convertible

The listing for this 1962 Cadillac Series 62 convertible opens up with, “One of the most beautiful convertibles Cadillac ever produced“. Being a visual person, it’s hard to see that vision under all of the dirt but let’s not… more»

US Ski Team Car: 1985 Subaru GL 4WD Wagon

Among the more memorable brand promotions of the last few decades was Subaru’s partnership with the U.S. Ski Team. Considering we’re in the height of the one-year delayed summer Olympics, it’s a timely reminder that no matter how short-lived… more»

SoCal Barn Find: 1958 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe

Oh, to have a time machine. I would’ve loved to have seen this highly-optioned 1958 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe (finished in a gorgeous Meridian Taupe) in all of its sparkling, new-car glory. And I would’ve loved to have been… more»

Rare Special Edition: 1967 MGB GT

The GT was a fixed-roof variant of the MGB roadster built between 1965-80. It not only had a back seat but also was a hatchback, something new at the time. We understand that BMC (British Motor Corp.) wanted to… more»