Understated Luxury: 1956 Continental Mark II

In contrast to the fireworks emanating from the studios of Virgil Exner over at Chrysler and Harley Earl at GM, Ford organized its Continental division in 1952 to produce an understated but exclusive car for a well-heeled few. The… more»

Garage Bound for 45 Years: 1961 MG MGA

Sometimes procrastination can pay off in unexpected ways.  Take for example this 1961 MG MGA roadster for sale on Craigslist in St. Louis, Missouri.  This pasty white sports car has been hidden away in a garage for 45 long… more»

New Interior and More! 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

When it comes time to downsize, the hardest part may often be parting with vintage automobiles. That’s the situation facing the seller of this 1968 Chevy Camaro Convertible. It looks in great shape and has quite a few new… more»

Keep The Original Engine? 1976 AMC Gremlin

The seller refers to this 1976 AMC Gremlin as a pretty high-option car, and that doesn’t include all of the go-fast accessories, which may or may not actually make this Gremlin go any faster, but it sure makes it… more»

Rare Flying Pug: 1998 Mitsubishi Pajero Junior

Have you ever heard of the Mitsubishi Pajero? If you haven’t, the Flying Pug (no kidding, that’s the name) doesn’t mean anything either. The Pajero Junior was a mini-SUV built exclusively for the Japanese market. And the Flying Pug… more»

Hot Rod Project: 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe

There are certain years of prewar Ford production that attract hot rod builders like flies to a picnic.  1932, 1934, 1936, and 1940 are all banner years for Fords, and within those years, coupes and roadsters reign supreme.  For… more»

One-Year-Only 1960 Dodge Matador Project

Whenever the name Matador is used in automotive terminology, I typically think of the AMC cars from the seventies, specifically those oddly-shaped but loveable 2-door coupes from the second generation.  However, more than a decade before the American Motors… more»

Numbers-Matching Driver: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette

The present-day Chevrolet Corvette has evolved into a high-tech, mid-engine modern marvel, and it’s easy to understand why they continue to be sought after by drivers seeking a blistering level of performance.  However, it’s sometimes equally fun to go… more»

One-Owner 34k Mile 1980 Pontiac Firebird Formula

Tony Primo found this 1980 Pontiac Firebird Formula for sale in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The seller states that it is a one owner car that has been garage kept since new. It certainly looks the part. The odometer reads… more»

Clean And Simple Roadster: 1991 Mazda Miata

When it comes to entry-level sports cars, the Mazda MX-5 Miata remains the champion of the roadster class. Challengers have been numerous but no single model appears ready to take over the podium for thrifty and fun sports car… more»

Supercharged Sedan: 1997 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi

When it comes to automobiles, it doesn’t take much to be remembered for one or two details that otherwise overshadow a wholly decent platform. That was certainly the case with the 1990s-era Pontiac Bonneville, which was a competent, comfortable… more»

12K Original Miles: 1990 Porsche 911 Targa

A few years ago – literally – it was a commonly held belief that the Targa-roofed Porsche 911 was among the least desirable made. Values reflected this, and you’d be hard-pressed to go to market with a Targa variant… more»

Left in the Shed: 1984 Maserati Biturbo

Many of us have had project cars we always intended to work on, but time and life have gotten in the way. Sometimes, it also seemingly make sense to pick up a car for cheap even with no direct… more»

Rare 4-Speed: 1976 Chevrolet Camaro LT

Classics from The Malaise Era spent years in the automotive wilderness, and enthusiasts focused on earlier or later cars that offered improved performance. However, times have changed, and a new generation of buyers recognizes them as an affordable entry… more»

Did You Ever Own One? 1979 Toyota Cressida “Woody” Wagon

Toyota nurtured its “luxury niche” ambitions in its home market for several years before finally sending its best offering to the American market in 1978. Called the Cressida, it sold in small numbers at first, thanks to a high… more»

Open to Trades: 1955 Cadillac Series 62 Sedan

It is no secret that we are all big fans of Cadillacs here at Barn Finds.  While our usual write-ups center around Cadillacs made in the sixties and seventies, every once in a while, we get the treat of… more»

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