Tri-Power Survivor: 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

UPDATE – Since we originally featured this GTO, bidding has jumped from $35k up to $45k! Clearly, there are more than a few of you that would love to have this Convertible GTO. If you are bidding on it,… more»

Rare 4-Speed 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Finding an affordable project car that can be driven and enjoyed immediately can be a battle. However, there’s a lot to be said for these cars because they offer their owners the opportunity to enjoy the classic motoring experience… more»

Supercharged 1959 Chevrolet El Camino 4×4?!!

There’s no doubt about it, I like El Caminos, I pour over listings all of the time. That said, I freely admit that I’m not a big fan of the first-gen (’59-’60) or the fourth-gen (’73-’77). The ’59, and… more»

Super Rare 1955 Mercedes Diesel Pickup

Here’s a new one on me, a Mercedes 170 truck. I know what a Mercedes 170 is, many years ago there was a family in my neighborhood that had a collection of gearhead sons and one had a 1951… more»

Garage Find 1973 Chevrolet 400 V8 Station Wagon

After the Impala and then the Caprice came along to occupy the top spot for Chevy’s full-size cars, the Bel Air soldiered on. Sometimes as the mid-level big car, other times the entry-level. The seller of this 1973 Chevy… more»

Jeep + Ferrari = Bill Harrah’s 1969 Jerrari 4×4

The founder of the Harrah’s casino empire, Bill Harrah, amassed a massive car collection with upwards of 1,500 vehicles. Among them was his prized Jerrari – a case of what can be done to make lemonade out of lemons…. more»

No Reserve Oval: 1957 Volkswagen Beetle

  It’s rare to see desirable collector cars offered at no reserve, but that’s what we have here with this 1957 Volkswagen Beetle, a genuine oval window riding on a later pan but still titled as a ’57. The… more»

Worth Restoring? 1971 Jeepster Commando

There are many cars that claim the name of “first SUV.” The Jeep Cherokee is what’s mostly credited with that, but the AMC Eagle also shows up from time to time. SUV, a relatively new denomination of vehicle, already… more»

No Reserve 1978 Chevrolet G10 Sportvan

The seller of this clean short wheelbase 1978 Chevrolet G10 Sportvan is just putting out some feelers to see if anyone wants to take his forgotten project on, and surprisingly, there have been more than a few bidders raising… more»

Rare Convertible Pickup: 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport

It’s not very often you can use the words “pickup” and “convertible” in the same sentence. Well, back in the late 1980s, Dodge made a “convertible” version of the Dakota pickup. said in a 2018 article: “…the 1989–91… more»

Customize Or Restore? 1964 Seagrave Fire Truck

And now, something from the “What am I supposed to do with this?” department. Well, if you ever dreamed of being a fireman but couldn’t manage the rigorous training involved, here’s your chance to do it on the sly… more»

Restore Or Modify? 1962 Ford Falcon Futura

Coming smack dab in my favorite era for cars, since I’m a 1962 myself, this 1962 Ford Falcon Futura would be a fun project. Clearly, it needs work but it looks straight and many parts are available in the… more»

Almost Finished: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

This red ’69 Camaro with a matching interior (rare?) is a project that’s almost finished, not something scattered around in 1,000 pieces. With a new engine and rebuilt transmission, along with a restored appearance, it doesn’t look as it… more»

Rust-Free! 1965 International Harvester Travelall

As long-time readers of Barn Finds know, I have a very soft spot for IH Travelalls. A little more unusual than the more common Suburbans and larger than the comparable vintage Fords and Mopars, the Travelall offers unique styling… more»

One Family Owned: 1964 Pontiac LeMans Convertible

Regular Barn Finds readers will be aware that I place considerable importance on long-term ownership with classic cars. While there will be exceptions to every rule, most people who have owned the same car for decades will have treated… more»

Ready To Go: 1959 Chevrolet Apache Pickup

1958 saw significant styling changes from the Big Three automakers. Quad headlights were the design option Chevrolet and Ford adopted for most of their cars and trucks. Chevrolet was perhaps the most innovative. Their light-duty pickups were beginning to… more»