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Ticks The Boxes: 1964 Pontiac Bonneville

For enthusiasts seeking a 1960s classic as a project build, this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville seems to tick all the right boxes. It is an original and unmolested car that its original owner loaded to the brim with desirable options…. more»

BF Auction: 1966 Lotus Elan S/E

UPDATE – We have added a video of the engine running and a photo of the engine number below. We can also confirm that the original top, side bows, and tonneau are with the car. A replacement top is… more»

Rust Free and Runs: 1971 Datsun 240Z

This 1971 Datsun 240Z appears to be in respectable, unrestored condition with no obvious modifications from stock. The paintwork is glossy, it retains the oftentimes missing OEM hubcaps, and the bumpers still shine nicely. The 240Z is described as… more»

Original 440: 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible

When you wash your hair, several options are available to dry it. You could choose the natural method or break out the hairdryer. Slipping behind the wheel of a classic like this 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible and flooring… more»

Big Bad Blue: 1969 AMC Javelin SST

Some classic cars tick more of the right boxes than others, but this 1969 AMC Javelin SST ticks some good ones. It features a healthy V8 under the hood, a recently refurbished interior, and one of the most desirable… more»

Stunning Restoration: 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

Most of the older Pickups we see at Barn Finds tend to be project vehicles requiring varying amounts of work. Less common are completed restorations, especially ones that present as beautifully as this 1953 Chevrolet 3100. While it probably… more»

1 of 1,294! 1957 Pontiac Star Chief Safari

Pontiac’s sporty two-door wagon hit the show rooms in 1955, General Motors’ practical application of 1954’s well-received Corvette Nomad show car. Named after an 18th-century Detroit-area Ottawa Chieftain, Pontiac leveraged the Native American theme, including the stylish “arrow” side… more»

Pampered Classic: 1967 Mercury Cougar

The Mercury Cougar is the car that nearly never was. When the management team from the Mercury Division took their proposal to the Ford board to add what would become known as a pony car to their range, Ford… more»

Minty Notchback: 1989 Ford Mustang LX

This 1989 Ford Mustang LX is a desirable notchback body style with the venerable 5.0L V8 coupe. The Mustang has under 100,000 miles and is equipped with the preferred manual gearbox. There’s no reserve to speak of and bidding… more»

Former Movie Star? 1988 Jaguar XJ-S Convertible

Usually, when one mentions Hess & Eisenhardt, thoughts go to Presidential limousines and other such heavily modified, and often armored, vehicles.  As for convertible converters, the name American Sunroof Corporation (ASC), a former OEM contractor, immediately comes to mind…. more»

Pretty In Pink! 1967 Ford Mustang

After selling more than a million Mustangs between 1964-66, what was Ford to do for an encore? Treat the car to its first styling update which included a bigger engine compartment. A one-year-only color for the 1967 Mustang was… more»

Last of the Super Sports! 1976 Chevrolet Nova SS

The Chevy II/Nova enjoyed a long run as a rear-wheel-drive compact car, from 1962 to 1979. The nameplate returned in the 1980s, but as a rebadged Japanese import. The 1976 model year would be the last for the Super… more»

Dusty Camper Special: 1978 Chevrolet Silverado

We love estate sales here at Barn Finds as there are inevitably some hidden gems that pop up, often from outside the glare of the public eye. And while we may not be talking about Lamborghini-levels of exotica that… more»

Two Door Conversion: 1989 Chevrolet Suburban

How wild is this custom conversion? The seller claims this custom two-door Chevrolet Suburban has looked like this for quite some time, as the Chevy 1/2-ton pickup that was used for the wild one-off was converted when it was… more»

Cave Not Included: 1972 Lincoln Batmobile

There have been a lot of Batmobiles over the years. From the aerodynamic coupe of the early Forties through to the “tumbler” of the Nolan films and the muscle car of Matt Reeves’ The Batman, each generation seems to… more»

Original Knucklehead: 1947 Harley-Davidson EL

Knucklehead is a derogatory term that denotes a stupid person and the tag attached to one of the world’s most iconic internal combustion engines. The production life of Harley-Davidson’s Knucklehead motor was surprisingly short, but it has demonstrated that… more»