One-of-a-Kind! 1959 Cadillac Wagon DeVille

Back in the 1950s, Cadillac made a lot of wild-looking automobiles. But a station wagon wasn’t one of them. Like this 1959 Cadillac “Wagon DeVille” that began life as a 1959 Oldsmobile Fiesta 4-door station wagon. Substantial grafting work… more»

1 of 30 Made? 1970 Subaru 360 Yacht

When I think of muscle cars, my mind automatically goes to the Hemi Cuda. Maybe because my best friend in school had a ’73 Barracuda and the Hemi Cuda was always a car we wanted to own. Exotics? The… more»

The Judge Clone Project: 1968 Pontiac GTO

Several muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s have been the subject of clones over the years. Such as a routine 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu turning into a Chevelle SS 396. Another might be the Pontiac GTO becoming “The… more»

25k Miles? 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

At more than eighteen and a half feet long, you won’t have to worry about not standing out driving around in this 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, as just the land-yacht size and styling will be enough to draw plenty… more»

Early Model Periscope: 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP 400

We often think about the Lamborghini Countach in the context of the model that came in the middle and late 1980s. The wings, scoops, fat fenders made the car an instant icon, but it also clouded the important history… more»

Restomod or Restore? 1964 Chevrolet Corvette

Many of us have been in the unenviable position of realizing we’re running out of time to finish a project. That, and the fact that we’d rather have the money in our bank account than sitting in a project… more»

No Time to Drive: 1985 Toyota Celica GT-S Convertible

When it comes to aftermarket convertible conversions, the results are usually less than stellar. You’re talking about a car that the factory didn’t want to take the time to convert into a drop top, and then expecting an outfit… more»

No Sunroof Coupe: 1977 Porsche 911

If you ever question how much money you’re spending on a project, just remember that there’s a world in which numerous bidders are lining up to spend close to $30,000 on a vehicle with no engine and missing rear… more»

Long-Term Owner: 1962 Jaguar XKE Series I “Flat Floor” Roadster

The market has sorted the XKE into what I call a “desirability stack”. At the pinnacle are the rarified – a couple of handfuls of Lightweights (the racing version), a few hundred “outside bonnet latch” (aka OBL) cars, and… more»

Arizona Squarebody: 1994 Ford Bronco XL

The Ford Bronco may be enjoying a rebirth of sorts with the latest generation model popping up in suburban strip malls and high school parking lots everywhere, but it’s the last gasp of the fifth-generation model that holds the… more»

Road Runner Clone: 1971 Plymouth Satellite

This 1971 Plymouth Satellite may have begun life as an ordinary family car. The VIN decodes it as having had a 318 cubic inch V8 from the factory. But today, it wears older Road Runner identification and a 400… more»

One Family Owned: 1994 Mazda RX-7

The FD-chassis Mazda RX-7 remains one of the more intriguing investment options in the modern classics category. Easily one of the most beautiful Japanese coupes ever made, the rotary-powered two-door was also produced in fairly limited quantities and is… more»

Upgraded V8? 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Choosing the right candidate for towing or off-road adventures can be challenging, but sometimes, the right vehicle appears unexpectedly. Such is the case with this 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. It is a dry-climate classic with no rust issues…. more»

371 Tri-Power Project: 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Fiesta Wagon

The idea of a muscle Wagon must have seemed like an oxymoron to some potential buyers in the 1950s, but Oldsmobile gave the concept a fair shake with the 1957 Super 88 Fiesta Wagon. The standard 371ci V8 under… more»

Missing in Action for 20 Years: 1936 Ford Cabriolet

In many ads, sellers will claim that their car is 1 of some number of survivors of that particular make and model.  While those numbers are probably in the ballpark, it never ceases to amaze us just how many… more»

Original Fuelie: 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window Coupe

Some project candidates tick so many of the right boxes for enthusiasts that it is easy to understand why they generate strong interest. Take this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette as a prime example. It is a desirable Split Window Coupe,… more»