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Numbers Matching: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

The Burt Reynolds movie Smokey and the Bandit debuted in May 1977 (the same month as Star Wars). One of two things happened that summer: either the hot black Pontiac Trans Am helped sell movie tickets (and popcorn) or… more»

Beep Beep: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

There is no mistaking a 1971 to 1974 Plymouth Road Runner as a muscle car. However, many would argue that this car’s best days are behind it due to the toll that rust has taken on the body. Located… more»

Resto-Modded Tin Top: 1987 Suzuki Samurai

A few days ago, I had flagged a clean Suzuki Samurai in Maine for writing up here on Barn Finds. Wouldn’t you know, the truck was gone within a few hours. It was a fair price but not a… more»

BF Exclusive: 1980 Honda Express II

UPDATE – The seller, Frank, has lowered his asking price to $2,500 but is open to offers! Be sure to send your offers via the form below. The idea of spending $80 to $100 dollars to fill a gas… more»

Parked in ’82! 1973 Imperial LeBaron

After covering a mere 54,347 miles in about a decade, this 1973 Imperial LeBaron sedan in Show Low, Arizona drove into a garage that it hasn’t left in forty years! Listed by the owner’s neighbor, the long-parked classic comes… more»

Matching-Numbers 1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible!

UPDATE – This GTO project has been relisted here on eBay with a lower BIN! Does the new asking price of $10,995 get your attention or is this seller still too high? After retiring to live the good life… more»

4,209 Original Miles: 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

One thing I’m always excited to see from our readers is when they submit a listing for a non-mainstream platform, something other than eBay or craigslist. Why? Well, sometimes there are some hidden gems that may represent a great… more»

Ready to Roll: 1951 Chevrolet Styleline Special

Unlike Ford, which historically preferred to dish out one model at a time into the marketplace, General Motors was all about providing a vehicle for every aesthetic and every job. GM used marketing to position its product along the… more»

Real Deal Roller? 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The Super Sport was one of two hot Camaro’s during the car’s early years (the other being the Z28). Standard equipment was a 350 cubic inch V8 that produced 300 hp. From the badging, this 1969 Camaro looks like… more»

Low Mileage Sport Van: 1986 Chevrolet G10

The seller calls this 1986 Chevrolet G10 Sport Van a former barn find that has clearly been revived. It looks like it just stepped out of a trucking or vanning magazine left on the newsstand in 1975. With flares,… more»

Super Sport? 1963 Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet discovered in the early 1960s that buyers liked full-sized cars with some sporty featured. Which is why the Super Sport option became so popular so quickly. From building 99,000 copies in 1962 to 153,000 more in 1963, Chevy… more»

BF Auction: 1983 Volvo 240

An exceedingly clean example of an otherwise ordinary car is one of the more tantalizing options for project car ownership. While we can grow accustomed to spotless, completely-restored cars that command high price tags, an honest-to-goodness survivor with the… more»

Massive 73 Lot Auction! “Car Crazy” Gary Kuchar Collection

Hearing the term “car crazy” can bring several different ideas to mind, everything from a passionate interest in a particular make or model of vehicle to hoarding to flipping.  But when it comes to 84 years young Gary Kuchar,… more»

Twilight Blue Beauty: 1987 Chrysler 5th Avenue

Domestic luxury cars of the 1980s were difficult to distinguish from run-of-the-mill mid-sized vehicles. What I mean by this is you could buy a car that may have been mid-range on the pricing list but still leave the dealer… more»

Runs and Drives: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

The 1973 model year saw Pontiac introduce two new colors to the iconic Trans Am’s palette. One was a shade called Brewster Green, which originally graced the panels of our feature car. It runs and drives but needs a… more»

Tin Wood Wagon: 1951 Pontiac Eight

Like other divisions of General Motors, Pontiac rolled out new post-war cars in 1949. While the only badging on the seller’s wagon says Pontiac Eight, the simple VIN doesn’t tell us much more. P = Pontiac, MI assembly plant;… more»