Start From Scratch: 1967 Camaro Coupe

Ever feel like picking up a 1960s Camaro and taking it down to the bones, then building it back up your way? That chance presents itself to you in the form of this 1967 Camaro 327 Sport (as named… more»

Estate Sale: 1972 Fiat Dino Coupe Project

Sadly, our next car has been sitting for almost two years since Jeff Lavery last covered it here on Barn Finds. Now on craigslist with an asking price of $8500 and located in upstate New York, this 1972 Fiat… more»

Classified Find: Fully Restored 1970 Jaguar E-Type OTS

Many classics can be described as handsome, but very few have earned the tag of achingly beautiful. The Jaguar E-Type OTS rightfully deserves that title, and this 1970 Series 2 takes it to a higher level. It has clocked… more»

Ran When Parked: 1950 Ford Custom

Yup! We’ve all heard that old saw and in the case of this 1950 Ford Custom that operational time was “some years ago“. Claimed to have been purchased from the original owner, this old Ford Tudor is cooling its… more»

66k-Mile Survivor: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

With Christmas just around the corner, the bow on this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is inspiring me to ask the wife to add it to my wish list, but I haven’t been all that well-behaved this year so I’ll… more»

Two-Owner 1979 Jeep J-10 4×4 Four-Speed

Wedgewood Blue is a beautiful color, not what I would have expected to see on a rugged 4×4 Jeep pickup. I love it, there aren’t enough brightly-colored vehicles on the road today. This 1979 Jeep J-10 4×4 short bed… more»

427 Equipped: 1955 Chevrolet Panel Wagon

Patina seems to be sticking around as it relates to what collectors seek in a project. While resto-mods are likely going to fade away a bit as reckless spending in the car hobby tightens up, buying a cheap project… more»

68K Original Miles: 1985 Ford Mustang SVO

Should we consider the Ford Mustang SVO to be a performance car, or merely an attempt to make a more economical sporting car? Those are two very different definitions of what this car could be, as some might say… more»

Bone Stock Busso: 1984 Alfa Romeo GTV6

The Alfa Romeo GTV6 is one of the more chronically underappreciated hot hatches of the 1980s, and unlike many cars from this era, you can still buy a very nice example for reasonable money. This is the classic case… more»

One Owner: 1978 Datsun 280Z 2+2

Here on craigslist is a resident of Peoria, Arizona that Datsun fans might want to investigate: a one-owner 1978 Datsun 280Z. The asking price is $15,000. I’m always skeptical of low-mileage odometer readings if documentation isn’t available to support… more»

A Rust Free 914? 1971 Porsche 914

Even the best of us has a weakness.  Be it an addiction, a behavior, or a handicap of some sort, sometimes that weakness can be debilitating.  For Porsche’s diminutive 914, that weakness is rust.  Corrosion is common in floor… more»

Brass Era: 1909 Buick Model 10 “Surrey Seat”

The Brass Era represented the shake-out period for that thing called the horseless carriage. Kicking off in about 1896 and extending until the last Model T came off the line in 1915, the Brass Era was characterized by small-batch… more»

1 of 465 Big Bad Blue! 1969 AMC Javelin SST

American Motors joined the “pony car” wars in 1968 with the Javelin and it would be produced over two generations and seven years. During its early days, the car could be ordered in one of three wild colors, similar… more»

Rebuilt V8: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Some classic cars lead metaphorically colorful lives, while others do so quite literally. This 1970 Mustang Mach 1 fits neatly into the second category and is begging for someone to return it to its former glory. They will start… more»

Original Engine Included: 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS

Finding the ideal candidate for a project build can sometimes be challenging, particularly if an enthusiast seeks a car for a faithful restoration. This 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS might tick the boxes for Bow-Tie fans. While its engine bay… more»

Wide-Track Cruiser: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix joined the Pontiac lineup in 1962 and would be the company’s performance-oriented personal luxury car for the next several decades. The second generation of the “wide-track” land cruiser was in production from 1965-68 on a full-size… more»