BF Auction: 1970 Ford Torino GT Convertible

Occasionally, a classic will appear on my desk, leaving me in awe at what its owner has created. Such is the case with this 1970 Ford Torino GT Convertible. From its sparkling paint to its spotless interior and potent… more»

47k Original Miles: 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

We’ve recently seen a few promising Camaros cross our desks at Barn Finds, but it is safe to say that Second Generation examples have been under-represented. This 1980 Z28 goes some way to addressing the shortfall as an original… more»

Ranger Trim, 390 V8: 1968 Ford F250 Camper Special

Frisky bidding has brought the price of this 1968 Ford F250 Camper Special – with Ranger trim and a Dolphin cabover camper, no less – to $10,000 here on eBay. A reserve is still in play. This rig was… more»

Reasonable Project: 1964 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88

What’s so special about this 1964 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88? Ostensibly, nothing. Once, a time ago, you wouldn’t have even noticed it because they were everywhere. Oldsmobile sold about a half million cars (seventh place) in ’64 and 60K were… more»

Donation Lot Find: 1999 Plymouth Prowler

In the world of donation vehicles, nothing is off limits in terms of what the next of kin are willing to kick to the curb when the old man kicks the bucket. We’ve seen all manners of exotica and… more»

283 Dual-Quad: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

The term “icon” is probably one of the more overused in the classic world, with some cars unworthy of that accolade. However, the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air deserves its place on the list. It has remained a staple of… more»

A Buick for Model A Money: 1928 Buick Master Six

While it is sad to see that, as a whole, prewar car values have been headed south for some time.  The only commonly seen vehicle bucking that trend is Ford’s Model A.  If you look at this glass as… more»

Mad Mud-Runner: 1934 Ford Pickup

We see an eclectic mix of vehicles at Barn Finds, from classic muscle cars to cool customs. This 1934 Ford Pickup fits into the second category and has spent time as a promotional vehicle. Below the skin is a… more»

Parts Palooza! 1964 Pontiac LeMans Drop-Top

I chose this 1964 Pontiac LeMans convertible as a review subject for several reasons. It’s not a GTO, we cover enough of those, it’s a convertible, and it’s a first-year representative of GM’s uber-popular A-body. It has also been… more»

Roller Plus Parts: 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda

Plymouth was one of the first pony cars to enter the market – and was also one of the first ones to exit. The third generation arrived in 1970 and created a fair amount of excitement – but for… more»

Made in Buffalo! 1946 “Mystery” Sports Car

We’re hoping one of our readers can help identify this car because I’m having no luck in doing so. The seller doesn’t know what it is which means there can’t be any paperwork. But we’re told it was built… more»

Semi-Survivor? 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS

The Super Sport was introduced as an option on the Impala in 1961. It was a performance automobile that sold in small numbers (less than 500) until Chevrolet had a change in strategy. Said change was to focus on… more»

Refurbished Daily Driver: 1976 Chevrolet Nova

The popular Chevy Nova got its final redesign in 1975 which would carry the car through the balance of the decade. It would be replaced in 1980 by the front-wheel-drive Citation which was not an improvement (in some people’s… more»

R-Code Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The slogan might have been around before this time, but Ford featured an ad campaign in the late sixties calling many of their products “better ideas”, and one of the company’s best better ideas was creating the Mach 1… more»

BF Auction: 1952 Dodge B-3-B

When Dodge introduced the B-3-B truck, it wanted people to know it was well-built and ready to work. Just take a look at the grille of this 1952 Dodge B-3-B. It proudly wears its “Job Rated” badge. It might… more»

High Performance Build: 1985 Dodge Omni GLHS

When it comes to performance cars, a single letter can spell a world of difference. And as it relates to the Dodge Omni GLHS, that last letter represented a significant boost in performance over the already zippy hot hatch…. more»