302 Equipped! 1974 Ford Maverick

The Ford Maverick has been back in the news quite a bit lately, as the nameplate has recently been revived, but this time as an entry-level pickup truck that starts at around $20,000.  That’s pretty inexpensive transportation for the… more»

Factory Custom Convertible! 1953 Buick Skylark

Not everyone celebrates their 50th birthday, but Buick sure did, and this 1953 Buick Skylark headlined the party. Instead of making a single pie-in-the-sky show car for the occasion, Buick customized nearly 2000 of these classy convertibles, elevating the… more»

Secret Garden Find: Porsche 912, Lancia Integrale and More!

It’s hard to believe there are still classic cars out there waiting to be discovered, but as we find out time and again, there’s still plenty of vintage tin hiding in barns and fields waiting to be discovered. In… more»

Mint Condition Islander: 1989 Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler today still bears some resemblance to its forebears, but much has been lost in the translation. The modern Wrangler is just big – it’s long enough in four-door and Rubicon form to make parallel parking a… more»

All-Original 1968 Ford Thunderbird 429

I don’t know what it is about the fifth-generation Thunderbird but almost every time I see one it looks like it’s in a brochure, it’s just that kind of car. The seller has this gorgeous, original personal luxury car… more»

Restore or Rod? 1948 Chevrolet Business Coupe

Decisions, decisions. The person who buys this 1948 Chevrolet Business Coupe will have a few to make before this classic returns to active duty. There’s no doubt that it would respond positively to a total restoration, but it would… more»

Stored 45 Years! 1969 Triumph GT6+

British manufacturer Triumph introduced their Spitfire two-seater back in 1962, with a continuous run of vehicles lasting all the way through 1980.  Not long after the Spitfire went into production, development began on a GT model, which would incorporate… more»

Needs Reassembly: 1968 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

It’s hard to know what stalls restorations, especially when they’re in the home stretch, as this 1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 clearly is. It’s ready for reassembly here on eBay in Independence, Oregon with a $36,000 bid and the… more»

Electric Conversion Project: 1967 Chevrolet Ultravan

The Ultravan has an interesting but brief history and – though it began with Corvair engineering beneath it – Chevrolet never produced it. Only a few hundred were built by different ownership groups from 1960-74. This one is amid… more»

First Year: 1968 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Initially introduced as an option pack on the F-85 and Cutlass in 1964, Oldsmobile granted the 442 independent model status from the 1968 model year. This Convertible is from that first year, and it requires total restoration. It will… more»

1 of 101: 1989 Avanti Convertible

The Avanti was the iconic car built by Studebaker for 1963-64, during the financial decline of the storied automobile manufacturer. Over two model years, only about 4,600 Avanti’s saw the light of day. After Studebaker quit making cars in… more»

4-Speed 4×4: 1991 Dodge Power Ram 250 SE

This 1991 Dodge Power Ram 250 SE 4×4 isn’t all dusty and dirty and it wasn’t pulled out of a barn in non-running condition. It is, however, one of the nicest vintage, original 4×4 pickups that we’ve seen in… more»

Near Million Dollar 1961 Aston Martin DB4 On Craigslist!

It’s strange to see owners of cars valued at close to $1 million listing them for sale on craigslist, but I guess the $5 listing fee doesn’t matter much to them. This 1961 Aston Martin DB4 has been thoroughly… more»

Sleeper 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

While it’s hard to call a bright red 1968 Chevelle a sleeper, this one probably fits the term. The 327 fender tags are the first trick and although this isn’t a Malibu, it looks like a fairly “stock” Chevelle…. more»

Numbers Matching Project: 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda

Genuine AAR ‘Cudas don’t exactly grow on trees, so we tend to take note when one shows up for sale. Of course, these days, almost any muscle car of value gets restored no matter how bad it is, but… more»

Mystery Hoard of Buicks, Fords, and More!

Someone on social media with a Facebook account posted a collection of cars here on Facebook Marketplace but doesn’t list where they are or if they are even for sale. Some of them are tucked away safe and sound… more»