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CA Blue Plate Special: 1976 Lancia Scorpion

Lancias are always a subject of intrigue for me – especially when you review what they once made, compared to the sole Ypsilon that’s in production today. I assumed that Sergio Marchione would have killed the brand off back… more»

Same Owner 54 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Caprice

Chevrolet introduced the luxurious Caprice in mid-1965 to compete against Ford’s popular new LTD. It would quickly prove to be in demand, too, and became its own series instead of an option on the Impala. Production of the original… more»

Unrestored 52K Mile Driver: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Car & Driver rated the 1979 Pontiac Trans Am equipped with the WS6 suspension option to be the best-handling American car. This example is a 1979 Pontiac Trans Am located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is listed for sale… more»

Perfect Patina: 1959 Chevrolet Apache Utility Bed

We have probably featured thousands of light-duty vintage pickups on Barn Finds through the years, but this is only the second one we’ve featured under the “Vintage Truck with Utility Bed” heading. I’ve seen plenty of vintage pickups and… more»

Legendary Handling: 1973 Lotus Europa

When Colin Chapman sat down to design sports cars, his primary goal was to make the vehicle light as possible.  While others were adding weight in the name of horsepower and the braking, wide wheels and tires, beefed up… more»

Original Paint: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

The Malibu Sport Coupe was the most popular version of the mid-size Chevrolet Chevelle. Yet, in 1972, a mere 2% of production involved anything other than a V8 engine. In the case of the seller’s car, it has its… more»

No Reserve Field Find: 1972 Plymouth Barracuda

The 1970s Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Challenger are popular cars today with collectors. Perhaps that’s because there are far less of them around compared to the pony car market leader, the Ford Mustang. This ’72 edition of the Barracuda… more»

Worth $90k? 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Oldsmobile made some big changes to the Cutlass line-up for the ’73 model, but the third generation was still going strong in ’71 and featured a body style that many enthusiasts seem to prefer over the later offerings.  Of… more»

17k Mile Survivor? 1973 Ford Pinto

Both Ford and Chevrolet got into the subcompact game in 1971. Ford had the Pinto while Chevy had the Vega. Both would get some bad press through their lifespans that saw the Pinto pick up three more years and… more»

Meticulously Maintained: 1981 DMC DeLorean

John DeLorean was famous for being the driving force behind many of the more desirable and potent models to emerge from General Motors during the 1960s. Unfortunately, he became infamous for founding a company bearing his name that produced… more»

Restore or Street Rod? 1932 Adler Two-Door Sedan

This one required a bit of detective work, as it’s a quite rare car, especially in the U.S. Offered on Craigslist in central New Jersey is this 1932 Adler two-door sedan. The body isn’t too bad, but it’s missing… more»

Special Equipment: 1955 Jaguar XK140 MC OTS

Reviewing derelict early XKs for Barn Finds reveals one consistency: you can find one of these projects in almost any configuration you want – complete/not complete; running/not running; rusty/not rusty; 120/140/150; matching numbers/or not. Maybe you can’t find one… more»

BF Auction: 1970 Jensen Interceptor

There is something undeniably appealing about owning a genuine hand-built GT car. The fortunate few with a healthy bank account can still afford new ones, but they must be prepared to spend a hefty six-figure sum for the privilege…. more»

BIG Rat Power! 1973 GMC Suburban

Nothing says 1973 like a butterscotch hue! And when it’s sprayed over something the size of a GMC Suburban – well, that’s a lot of butterscotch! Known as a “Super Custom”, this 1973 Suburban presents pretty well but shows… more»

Police-Equipped: 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS

The Impala SS returned to the Chevy lineup in 1994, after a 25-year absence. To beef up the car from a routine Impala, the reborn automobile had many of the performance features of the interceptor versions used by police… more»

Stored 32 Years: 43k Mile 1960 Ford Galaxie

The 1960 model year was a big one for Ford. The personal luxury 4-seat Thunderbird was selling well, the compact Falcon brought Ford an expanded customer base, and the full-size cars were redesigned and were “space age” in appearance…. more»