BF Auction: 1959 International Harvester A-100

Some project candidates offer a world of possibilities if an enthusiast lets their imagination off the leash. Such is the case with this 1959 International Harvester A-100 Series Pickup. Its solid and relatively complete nature marks it as a… more»

Tastefully Modern: 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

In the 1950s, Chevrolet (along with most U.S. auto manufacturers) sold only one size of car. By 1964, Chevy was peddling four varieties, two of which were compacts. The newest face in the crowd came that year in the… more»

Itty Bitty Roadster: 1949 Crosley Hotshot

Crosley Corp. (ala Crosley Motors) was an independent manufacturer of microcars in the 1940s and 1950s. The Hotshot was one of their products, a smaller roadster built for two that had no doors. One of its claims to fame… more»

Chevy-Powered: 1982 DeLorean DMC-12

One of the complaints about the DeLorean DMC-12 was that it was underpowered. The DeLorean has had engine replaced with a Chevrolet V6 that is reported to generate about 100 more horsepower than the stock engine. While the project… more»

70k Original Miles: 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

The 1988 model year was significant for Chevrolet because it was the last where buyers could order a rear-wheel-drive Monte Carlo SS. These cars became largely ignored as the motoring world dragged itself from The Malaise Era, but tidy… more»

Bored Restoring: 1973 Datsun 240Z

While you can rationalize getting burned out on a ho-hum project, it’s harder to understand hitting a wall on a car that is considered a desirable specimen by most enthusiasts. A 1973 Datsun 240Z that isn’t a rust bucket… more»

Driving Project: 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S

Some enthusiasts will hesitate when confronted with the notion of completing another person’s unfinished project build. That is understandable because doing so represents venturing into the unknown. However, this 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S shows promise. Most of its rust… more»

Parked Since 1977: 1951 Hudson Pacemaker Custom

Have you ever imagined how different the American automotive landscape could have been if a few cards had fallen differently? If Hudson had access to a Ford or GM budget post-war, could it have continued to produce innovative cars… more»

Field Find Project: 1966 Chrysler 300

Not to be confused with the 300 “Letter Series” cars of the 1950s and 1960s, Chrysler introduced a “regular” version of the 300 that was more affordable. These 300s were produced from 1962 to 1971, even after the Letter… more»

Captive Mopar Import: 1971 Dodge Colt

In the early 1970s, U.S. automakers took different approaches to fielding subcompact cars. Ford and Chevy went with new designs, AMC took an existing product and modified it, and Dodge decided to rebadge a Japanese import. Such was the… more»

Barn Find: 1967 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

Finding a nice-looking Dodge Dart GT convertible in a barn has to be one of life’s greatest pleasures. I know, a Lamborghini Miura or some other multimillion-dollar supercar would probably be better, but it’s hard to go wrong here…. more»

Camper Included: 1959 Chevrolet Apache Pickup

1959 was the last year the Chevrolet Task Force trucks were in production, but not before a successful run that began in 1955 when it eventually replaced the tried-and-true Advance Design that dated all the way back to 1947,… more»

Vinyl Top Or Not? 1979 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

They (whoever “they” are) always say to buy the nicest example you can find rather than restoring a vehicle yourself. I’m not that smart, sadly, and if I were smarter, I’d jump on this absolutely gorgeous 1979 Cadillac Coupe… more»

1988 Jeep Comanche Pioneer 5-Speed

Sometimes, there are vehicles right in front of us that have strong potential to become collectible yet we just don’t see it at the time. I’m sure any number of us can recall a vehicle or vehicles we wis… more»

1 of 3,761: 1988 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

I often feel like convertibles get dinged on overall value because they don’t look as good as the hardtop version. There’s usually some awkwardness tied to how the soft top stows underneath the tonneau cover, which looks bulky and… more»

Show and Go: 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Wagon

The Corvair wagon was a weird idea. All manner of Corvairs were selling well in 1961, but the new Lakewood wagon – not so much. With the motor in the rear, the cargo floor was high. This diminished the… more»