340 Four-Speed! 1970 Dodge Challenger

Looking mean, green, and ready for a fight, this 1970 Dodge Challenger in Warners, New York runs and drives “real good” according to the seller. As eagle-eyed readers might surmise from the “V8” badge, this Dodge left the factory… more»

Clean Driver: 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS

It’s not hard to understand the appeal of the Chevrolet Impala SS sedan, given its slightly sleepy personality and La-Z-Boy accommodations. The car combined a powerful drivetrain with sharp looks and surprisingly decent handling, all wrapped up in the… more»

1985 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible

If you had moola in the mid-1980s you may have had or wanted a car like this 1985 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible, at least if you were looking for an American car. A black convertible with a red interior… more»

350 V8 Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

By 1969, the Chevy Camaro was in its third year in production – and would have a 15-month run as there were delays in getting the all-new 1970 models ready to build. The seller’s Camaro has the X44 code… more»

Two For One Sale! 1960’s Vintage Sunbeam Alpines

It’s a BOGO (Buy One Get One!). My local supermarket does it all the time, car sellers? Not so much so. But that’s the case here, purchase a 1964 Sunbeam Alpine and a ’66 (or maybe it’s a ’67)… more»

Sign Of The Cat: 1968 Mercury Cougar 302

Seeing the success that Ford had with the new Mustang in 1964, Chevrolet, Pontiac, AMC, and Mercury quickly followed up with “pony cars” of their own. The first-generation Cougar shared its chassis with the 1967 Mustang but had a… more»

Low Mileage Arachnid: 1976 Lancia Scorpion

Lancia (pronounced LAHN-chya) has an extensive history with racing. Their 037, Stratos, and Delta held just about every winning title in world rally racing, and they brought that racing knowledge to their road cars, too. Motortrend has a good… more»

Pocket Rocket: 1991 Honda Beat

Roads are often smaller in Japan, so by necessity, there is a special class of vehicle devoted to these small roads. Kei cars have their own cult following here in the states, and the Honda Beat is highly sought… more»

What Would You Do? 1980 FV103 Spartan Tank

Is your Uncle Ned one of those people that’s hard to find a birthday gift for? Why spend hours pouring through online sites for a new tie or pipe and get him an FV103 Spartan tank instead! It’s a… more»

Former Road Racer: 1967 Austin Mini Cooper S

The Mini was a successful sub-compact produced by British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959-00. It’s considered an icon in popular 1960s British culture. With the car’s space-saving transverse engine and front-wheel-drive layout, the Mini is considered… more»

Daily Driver: 1973 Dodge Challenger 340

Between 1968-73, Chrysler built nearly 217,000 cars with the venerable 340 small-block V8. And this 1973 Dodge Challenger is one and the car is numbers matching. The 340 would be replaced by a 360 the following model year. The… more»

Something for Everyone: Cord & Kruse Auction

Car auctions can be hit or miss, with some of them simply stocked with over-restored muscle cars that will never be worth as much as what you pay for them in the heat of the moment, and others full… more»

Solid Survivor: 1957 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe

Let’s face it. Barn find cars (and trucks), whether asleep under decades of dust or covered for safe keeping, always get my attention and make me want to read more. A close second are near-original survivors; the lucky few… more»

Supercharged! 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk

The Golden Hawk is a 2-door personal luxury hardtop coupe built by Studebaker Corp. between 1956-58. It was one of several iterations of the Hawk series that were around from 1953 and the end of Studebaker production in South… more»

Turnkey Survivor: 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

By the 1980s, the Camaro Z28 had come a long way from its roots, with a 302 V8 prepared so the new car (1967) could compete on the SCCA Trans-Am circuit. By the 1970s, these cars were for street… more»

Worthwhile Project? 1976 Chevrolet Corvette

“Fun little project Vette here guys!“! is how this listing for a 1976 Chevrolet Corvette opens (and I’d include gals as well). I’m not sure that my definition of fun and his are exactly the same but I’ve certainly… more»