Presidential Limo! 1964 Imperial Crown Ghia

The Chrysler Imperial was the automaker’s flagship car for much of its life, but in 1955 the Imperial gained a step in the luxury market by becoming its own brand, mainly to try and compete with offerings such as… more»

All Original California B-Body: 1974 Dodge Charger SE

By 1974, the Dodge Charger was evolving into more of a personal luxury car, even more so the following year when it began sharing a similar look to the new Chrysler Cordoba.  But buyers got one final chance for… more»

Original Everything: 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T

The 1960s were a wonderful time to be a young driver just starting out. Muscle cars were plentiful and Chrysler had their share, notably with hot products like the Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Super Bee. But some forget… more»

Parts Pile: 1979 Maserati Merak SS

Let’s not do the whole “that will buff out” thing. It’s not funny any more. And really, there’s very little funny about what happened to this poor Maserati Merak SS that has clearly fallen on hard times. The story… more»

Old School Street Rod: 1952 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

Chevrolet’s Advance Design trucks, made from 1947 to 1955, were its first all-new post-war model. Changes included headlights set into the fenders, wipers mounted on the cowl instead of the roof, optional quarter windows for the cab, and a… more»

Original L76: 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

I’ve always believed that the Chevrolet Corvette came of age with the release of the C2. That isn’t to denigrate the C1, but the company learned much from that series and used that knowledge to produce a genuine high-performance… more»

400/4-Speed: 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400

By 1967, the pony car war was in full swing. Ford had the market to itself until the General Motors pair from Chevrolet and Pontiac took the fight up to the Mustang. This 1967 Firebird 400 is a stunning… more»

46K-Mile 1978 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale Coupe

The eighth-generation Olds 88s were almost a foot shorter and 900 pounds lighter than the previous generation cars, but the interior space didn’t seem to suffer, nor did the ride quality. The seller has this 1978 Oldsmobile Delta 88… more»

Revived Barn Find: 1967 Buick Riviera GS

Buick expanded its lineup in 1963 to include a “personal luxury car,” the new Riviera. The car may have been cooked up in response to the success Ford was having with the Thunderbird once they added a back seat… more»

No Reserve Hot Rod! 1993 GMC Typhoon

It coulda been a contenda! And this 1993 GMC Typhoon would have been had the General produced more than just 4,600 over a span of just two years (’92 and ’93). But as specialty vehicles go, they’re often short-lived… more»

Kit Car Clean-Out: Air Cooled Collection

The thought of relocation when you own a batch of project cars is a daunting one. The seller of a batch of Volkswagen-derived kit cars is heading south to Georgia but has a stash of cars, parts, and lifts… more»

Estate Sale: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevrolet redesigned its cars in 1955 and brought back the V8 engine. The styling and the newly found power boost would enable the GM division to sell more than 4.5 million cars over the next three years. The Bel… more»

608 Horsepower: 1968 Chevrolet Corvette SS 427 L88

A performance catalog dedicated to your particular make and model is perhaps one of the more smile-inducing moments of the car hobby. Knowing that either the in-house skunkworks of a major manufacturer or an aftermarket company closely tied to… more»

BF Auction: 1976 Datsun 710 Station Wagon

Many enthusiasts will pledge allegiance to vehicles from a particular manufacturer, and I have been no exception. From the early 1980s, my garage was never without a car bearing a Nissan or Datsun badge for over two decades. Such… more»

Big Block Grocery-Getter: 1970 Chevelle Wagon

In the 1990s, before the days of on-demand and YouTube, the primary automotive information resource was magazines. Then came TNN, The Nashville Network. Based in Tennesee, they hosted several automotive-related shows on Saturday mornings. Horsepower TV, Popular Hot Rodding,… more»

One-Year Wonder: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The Pontiac Can Am was something of a cross between the LeMans and the Grand Am and was produced for only one model year. Along the lines of other company products, the car took its name from the racing… more»