Survivor Wagon: 1970 Pontiac LeMans Safari

Before the Sport Utility Vehicle, there was the station wagon. They were popular throughout the 20th Century, especially the 1960s and 1970s. If you were looking for a mid-size people hauler with pizzazz in 1970, the Pontiac LeMans Safari… more»

LS Swap Candidate? 1973 Chevrolet Camaro

I was on the fence with this find, it’s a pretty worn-out ’73 Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe with no, real remarkable features, oh, and did I mention that it’s brown…This Camaro has been through some changes and is now… more»

Solid Survivor: 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Oldsmobile had a major hit on their hands with the redesigned Cutlass in 1968. Actually, all of GM’s A-body cars were redesigned but if you were an Olds fan, you were focused on the new Cutlass. This solid survivor… more»

38K Miles! 1973 Plymouth Duster

The like-new cars are crawling out of the woodwork here at One Barn Finds Tower. This 1973 Plymouth Duster looks amazing. I haven’t seen one this nice in quite a while, it seems like most of them have at… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

This 1969 Mustang GT Convertible is part of a private collection, and it has spent the past few years parked in a garage. It hasn’t seen active duty in that time, so the buyer will need to revive this… more»

36K Mile Fairlady: 1970 Datsun 1600 Roadster

This pretty 1970 Datsun 1600 roadster is described as being an older restoration that is showing its age in places. I personally really like cars in this sort of condition, as they generally still look good enough to the… more»

Ocelot For Not A Lot (Of Money)

The recipe was so brilliantly simple that it bordered on genius. Take a basic VW Beetle platform that could be bought for peanuts in the late 1960s. Then bolt a funky fiberglass body onto it. Apply a paint job… more»

Assembly Required: 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible

Kids will come up with the darndest names. When I was in high school, a classmate had a ’64 Ford Galaxie 500, two-door hardtop, red with a white roof – just like this example but with a fixed roof… more»

Nicest One Left? 1979 Chrysler LeBaron

I expected to see world peace and political harmony before seeing such a nice 1979 Chrysler LeBaron again, especially a T-Top Coupe such as this one for sale here on eBay. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen… more»

Vintage Racer! 1957 Citroën Seidlitz Special

Recoiling from the sun like a cave skink, this 1957 Citroën Seidlitz Special crawled out of a dark garage into the harsh daylight of the Internet, looking for a new owner. The presumably one-off racer saw some laps in… more»

V6 Powered! 1958 Austin Healey Sprite

Be it a “Frogeye” Sprite or a “Bugeye” Sprite, it’s still an Austin Healey Sprite and it is one of the immediately more recognizable sports cars to emanate from Great Britain in the post-war years. This particular example, however,… more»

Barn Find 1982 Maserati Quattroporte

We don’t usually think of an actual barn find as being such an exotic and sometimes scary – as far as often delicate and complicated components go – vehicle as this 1982 Maserati Quattroporte is, but this is the… more»

Mystery Motor: 1946 Lincoln Continental Convertible

Hmmm, this is a bit of a mystery. The 1946 Lincoln Continental was an Indy pace car, with a young Henry Ford II at the wheel—long before he dreamed of taking Ferrari down. The model was hand-built from 1939… more»

Bavarian Project: 1958 Goggomobil TS 400 Coupe

Let’s have a show of hands. Who’s ever seen a Goggomobil? Okay, who’s ever heard of a Goggomobil? If you answered no, I doubt you are alone. These were Bavarian-built automobiles sold between 1955-69 in sedan, coupe, van, and… more»

54K Original Miles: 1964 Mercedes-Benz 220SEB

This handsome 1964 Mercedes-Benz 220SE coupe is an unrestored example featuring a factory sunroof and extensive documentation. The seller has a fairly full picture of its ownership history, with much of its time spent in the care of a… more»

32k Miles? 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda Project

The Barracuda was an all-new car for 1970, sharing its new E-body platform with the Dodge Challenger. ‘Cuda was the high-performance model, which represented about a third of overall production. This one left the factory with a 340 small-block… more»