Original Survivor: 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk

Some manufacturers that have been lost in the mist of time deserved greater success than they achieved. AMC was one, and Studebaker is another that springs to mind. The latter didn’t produce any genuinely bad cars, but it simply… more»

Not an SS! 1972 Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe

This 1972 Chevelle might look like an SS at first glance because of its wheels, but it’s a regular Malibu Sport Coupe with a tweaked 350 cubic inch V8 and original Mulsanne Blue paint. The Chevy is said to… more»

One Year Only: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Hiding in this garage is one of the rarer muscle cars from the 1970s. It proves that Pontiac continued positioning itself as the home of performance within the General Motors empire. It is a 1977 Can Am, a tidy… more»

No Reserve: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette

Purists typically prefer unmolested classics, but this 1954 Chevrolet Corvette demonstrates that the right car can generate significant interest, even when modified. A previous owner sank a considerable sum into this beauty to extract improved performance, but the time… more»

Rebuilt 383 V8: 1966 Dodge Charger

The original Dodge Charger might be considered a large pony car. Sure, it was a B-bodied intermediate, but it was just as sporty as, say, the smaller Ford Mustang fastback. The seating was only for two couples, with bucket… more»

Runs and Drives! 1972 Volvo 1800E

Like many models conceived by many makers, Volvo’s P1800 only barely made it into existence. The near-demise of the lineage inspired by the Frua-built prototypes known as P958-X1, -X2, and -X3 was the fault of Volkswagen. The year was… more»

406 Big-Block? 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

One of the hottest autos during the heyday of the muscle car era was the Chevelle SS 396. You could also get an SS 350 or SS 454 in 1970-72. Beginning in 1970, the displacement of 396 cubic inches… more»

Very Clean 1992 Saab 900 Turbo Convertible

This is a very nice 1992 Saab 900 Turbo convertible, for sale on Craigslist in Belchertown, Massachusetts. The asking price of $11,900 might seem kind of high for a List of Craig ad, but it’s right in line with… more»

Nice Driver To Great Driver: 1972 Chevy Monte Carlo

Like many of you, I’ve been “wantin’ a Monte” for a long time. In fact, these desires go back to when I was a kid, the original Monte Carlos were used cars, and I thought they’d take off in… more»

Time For A Safari? 1973 VW Thing

If you were going to take a safari, where would you go? I’d go somewhere warm and dry, but the person who took this 1973 VW Safari—I mean, “Thing,” for the US market—has chosen another path, a leafy  abode… more»

Drive It While You Fix It: 1969 Pontiac Firebird

The Firebird was Pontiac’s variation on the Chevy Camaro which had been conceived to do battle with the successful new Ford Mustang. Because they shared the same platform, the Firebird and Camaro were on the same production cycle, 1967-69… more»

Nova Alternative: 1977 Oldsmobile Omega

Oldsmobile needed a compact car in the 1970s, so it jumped on the Chevy Nova bandwagon. Just as Pontiac had done with the Ventura/Phoenix and Buick and Buick with the Apollo/Skylark. Sure, some of the sheet metal was different,… more»

Well-Preserved Original: 1963 Jeep Wagoneer

From Kaiser Motors, American Motors Corporation (AMC), Chrysler, and now Stellantis, the Jeep Wagoneer has been made since late 1962 for the 1963 model year, with a three-decade hiatus from the early 90s until recently. The seller has this… more»

Recently Updated! 1971 Datsun 240Z Series 1

This sporty early Z car spent its early days in the island paradise of Hawaii. The never-restored classic shows minor rust and imperfections, and recently enjoyed a bounty of new parts and a transmission swap to a manual gearbox…. more»

RS SS Combo Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

The first-generation Chevy Camaro gave the Ford Mustang a run for its money with 700,000 copies sold in three years. Which was quite an accomplishment since AMC, Mercury, and Pontiac all joined the circus between 1967 and 1969. This… more»

Highly Optioned Project: 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454

The Monte Carlo moniker was only a year old when the 1971 cars arrived, but right from the get-go Chevrolet offered a Super Sport package, and fortunately for buyers, it was a good one.  The seller calls his SS… more»