1965 Dodge Custom 880 Convertible 383 V8

Mopar lovers unite, this is one heck of a car. A black mid-60s convertible with a big V8 and red interior? Yes, please. Dodge would pull the model name Custom 880 from the lineup after the 1965 model year,… more»

Prospector Package: 1987 Dodge Ramcharger

The Dodge Ramcharger is one of those trucks that borders on timeless. The looks alone make this rig a standout among 1980s rigs, but there’s a functionality factor that makes the Dodge a better choice than most for a… more»

Barn-Bound 50 Years! 1963 Pontiac Catalina Convertible

When I was a kid, my uncle had a dark metallic turquoise ’63 Pontiac that I thought was a good-looking car, even if it had 4-doors. And why not. The Wide-Track Pontiacs received an attractive styling makeover in 1963… more»

Super Rare Straight 6: 1975 Camaro Rally Sport

When was the last time you saw a six cylinder 2nd generation Camaro Rally Sport? To top it off, the inline 250 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine in this Camaro is backed by a 3 speed manual transmission and… more»

Barn Find Project: 1962 Lincoln Continental Convertible

To try and pick a favorite Lincoln Continental body style would be a daunting task for me, but a couple of features that stand out for the fourth-generation line-up make this one a strong contender, for my tastes anyway. … more»

Tent Find: 1977 Pontiac Can-Am

We are grateful that Tim C. is on the lookout for great Barn Finds and found this special car pictured under a tent. This non-running 1977 Pontiac Can Am that is located in Clearwater, Florida. The car looks like… more»

37K-Mile One-Owner 1978 Ford Pinto Squire

“Your car awaits you, Squire.” – as I’m sure no 1978 Ford Pinto Squire wagon owner has ever heard from their hired help. This isn’t exactly the car you’d buy if you were a trust fund baby or won… more»

Police Car Tribute: 1970 Plymouth Satellite

Maybe I watch too many old TV programs, but this 1970 Plymouth Satellite looks a lot like the patrol car Malloy and Reed drove in Adam-12. Theirs would have been a Belvedere, however, a step down from the Satellite… more»

Disassembled Project: 1967 Ford Mustang GTA

The GT Equipment Group was an option on early Ford Mustangs that brought with it a V8 engine, tuned suspension, and some visual cues like striping and GT badges. When you ordered the GT with an automatic transmission, it… more»

350/4-Speed: 1962 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1962 model year marked the end of the line for Chevrolet’s C1 Corvette. After coming perilously close to oblivion during the 1950s, the C1 went out in a blaze of glory, setting a new sales record in its… more»

Remarkably Original So-Cal Ford: 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe

While widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cars ever built, the 1940 Ford coupe’s legacy is forever intertwined with moonshine hauling in the early postwar period.  These sleek coupes with spacious trunks were often treated to engine… more»

Mustang Alternative: 1966 Ford Falcon Futura Sports Coupe

Ford found itself in a strange position in 1966. Its new Mustang was selling in unprecedented numbers. While styling played a crucial role in its success, the company’s decision to offer something in the range for every taste and… more»

Two Owner Survivor: 1963 Buick Riviera

I was once asked to compile a list of a single favorite car from each post-war decade, and the 1960s proved the most challenging. A 1966 Ivy Green Mustang GT with a K-Code under the hood would be a… more»

Sexy Survivor: 1971 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe

A “highly-trimmed pillared coupe” isn’t exactly marketing gold when referring to your sleek, beautiful new Plymouth model based on the Fury. Gran Coupe is much better. This 1971 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe is a hardtop as expected, and the… more»

2k Original Miles: 1992 Chevrolet Lumina Z34 Dale Earnhardt Edition

How do you rate the greatest of all time in any form of motorsport? Pure, raw statistics seem most straightforward, but do they tell the entire story? Lewis Hamilton has won more Grands Prix than any driver in Formula… more»

Solid Wagon: 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Safari

Several vehicle types remain strong performers in the classic market, and Station Wagons fall into that category. They offer enormous versatility, and with no domestic models scheduled for production, they remain a viable alternative to new imports. This 1962… more»

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