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Low Mile Rocket: 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo

I hear you loud and clear: this is hardly a barn find. Unless, of course, you’re so wealthy that your stable of collector cars is housed in a building ironically called “The Barn”. Still, this staggeringly beautiful 1986 911… more»

37K-Mile 1977 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe

Short garage alert: this 1977 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe is 19.5-feet long! This car isn’t for those of you who are nervous about driving a big vehicle in traffic but I’d have to believe that other drivers would get… more»

Rare Drop Top Bargain! 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible

The Ford Mustang is a generational classic which has gone through some dramatic changes over its nearly 60 years of history. The first generation ended in 1973 as the Mustang II became (arguably) the next best thing from Ford…. more»

Summer Project: 1966 MGB Roadster

If you are someone who likes a bit of a challenge, then perhaps this grey 1966 convertible MGB Roadster might be up your street. This convertible could be ready for the summer if you put in the hours beforehand… more»

Tri-Power Four-Speed! 1965 Pontiac GTO

Summer cruising in a classic drop-top muscle car is the happy place many gear-heads imagine when they close their eyes amid a sea of deadlines, pointless meetings, and TPS Reports. This shiny red 1965 Pontiac GTO in West Babylon,… more»

Blank Slate 1917 Ford Model T Project

Henry Ford wasn’t the first automotive magnate to utilize the assembly line–that honor goes to Ransom Eli Olds. Ford just made it the best version of it, and his Model T became ubiquitous on American roads as the de… more»

Real Barn Find: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

1965 was mid-way through the run for the second generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, which began with the 1963 year model and lasted through the ’67.  Chevy made a total of 23,562 Corvettes for 1965, of which 15,376 were… more»

Great Options: 1983 Porsche 911SC Cabriolet

While we don’t always think of the convertible version of a car as being the most desirable configuration, the air-cooled 911 market has laid waste to the notion that there’s any variety of this sports car that doesn’t have… more»

Special Order Paint: 1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback

The owner of this 1967 Mustang 2+2 Fastback cut no corners when returning this car to its former glory. He left nothing to chance, and the result is a vehicle of breathtaking beauty. Adding to its appeal is the… more»

Hemi Orange Roller: 1969 Dodge Charger

After a slow sales start in 1966-67, the Dodge Charger took off when Chrysler redesigned its intermediates in 1968. The Charger would see production rise to 96,000 units in 1968 and another 89,000 in 1969, the year this Charger… more»

396/4-Speed: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396

It can sometimes prove easy for a seller to represent a classic as something it isn’t. That isn’t the case with this 1969 Camaro, as the supplied information confirms it as a genuine RS/SS 396. Somebody has commenced its… more»

No Reserve: 1968 Chevrolet Corvette

Occasionally, a classic car will appear on the market, and the bidding action will leave no doubt about its relative desirability. Such is the case with this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette. It has enough positive attributes that make it easy… more»

Ready To Rumble? 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396

Wow, this 1966 Chevelle SS396 takes me back. The last time I saw a Chevelle configured like this was at the old U.S. 30 Dragway in York, Pennsylvania in the early ’70s. A common street/strip sight at one time,… more»

9k Mile Survivor? 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix debuted in 1962, part personal luxury vehicle and part muscle car. It established a reputation for sporty styling backed up by beefy powertrains. It replaced the Ventura which became an upscale option on the Catalina. This… more»

Patina Or Just Rust? 1979 Ford F150

A $60K boulevard cruiser that’s never done a lick of work? No way! This 1979 Ford F-150 is a Texas truck and it looks like it’s been worked hard and put away wet in the hot Waco sun. It… more»

Spyder Turbo! 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

When it was introduced in 1960, the Chevy Corvair broke the typical U.S. car mold. It was GM’s first unity car mass-produced within the U.S.; it was the first American postwar car to feature independent suspensions front and back;… more»