Original 302: 1969 Ford Ranchero

There are times when I look at vehicles like this 1969 Ranchero, and I wonder how a new version would sell if Ford were to produce it. Would it be a massive sales hit, or would it be a… more»

Easy Project? 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle

This 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle is a nicely preserved survivor with the original decals still intact and some mild modifications. The Golden Eagle was effectively a cosmetic upgrade package, and while it may not seem like a significant… more»

Entry Level Muscle: 1979 Pontiac Formula

Some people did not like the new front end that Pontiac installed on the 1979 Firebird family. It was quite a departure from the “beaked nose” of the 1977-1978 Pontiac Firebird. The gold 1979 Pontiac Formula is at the… more»

Former Highway Patrol Car: 1971 Dodge Coronet 383

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been bingeing on the old 1950s show Highway Patrol with Broderick Crawford. That’s probably way before the time of most of you but I seem to gravitate towards old police shows for some… more»

“The Judge” Project: 1969 Pontiac GTO

By 1969, Pontiac’s muscle car, the GTO, was in its sixth year of production. Looking to generate even further interest in the machine, Pontiac introduced “The Judge” option, taking marketing advantage of the skit with Sammy Davis, Jr. on… more»

No Reserve Donation: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air has been a staple of the classic car scene for decades. That is a trend that doesn’t appear to be set to change anytime soon. Therefore, when one hits the market and is offered… more»

Petty Blue Project: 1972 Dodge Charger SE

Third-generation Dodge Chargers (1971-74) took on “fuselage” styling like other cars in the Chrysler fold. They also began to feel the woes of detuning to run on unleaded fuel and other emissions-savings initiatives. By 1972, all the really big… more»

Rare 1967 Subaru Sambar Mini-Caterer 500

I thought that I knew the Subaru 360 family pretty well but I have never heard of a factory catering truck. At 9′-8″ in length for the entire truck, a person could almost haul this truck in their full-sized… more»

Cheap Barn Find: 1985 Plymouth Gran Fury

Looking appropriately dusty for a car that has been stored for an unknown number of years, this 1985 Plymouth Gran Fury looks like a jewel in the rough. The seller has it posted here on craigslist in Ripon, Wisconsin… more»

NASCAR Remembered: 1956 Dodge Coronet D-550-1

Stock car racing the way it used to be, with actual “stock” cars like this 1956 Dodge Coronet tribute. This example is a tip of the hat to the original D-500-1 Super Stock NASCAR brawler that was a competitive… more»

37k Mile Beauty! 1997 Mercedes-Benz SL600 V12

The Mercedes SL Class is a grand touring sports car, equipped with plenty of everything to ensure that the driver has a great experience every time he or she gets behind the wheel.  And since I haven’t seen all… more»

Special Order Paint: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

There is so much to like about this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 that it is difficult to know where to start. It presents superbly and features one of the most desirable drivetrain packages that you could order in… more»

57k Mile 1967 Ford Galaxie XL

The Galaxie name was initially added to the full-size Ford line-up during the 1959 model year as the highest trim level on the Fairlane 500, capitalizing on the excitement around the space race of the era. Over time it… more»

Field Find Project: 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Mustang was a sales bonanza from the moment it debuted in the Spring of 1964. These early cars are sometimes referred to as 1964 ½ models, but everything built through the Summer of 1965 was all titled as… more»

Porsche With Provenance: 1958 356A Speedster

Braggadocio finds its way into every aspect of life but is most notable in the car peddling biz and this 1958 Porsche 356 is no exception as the seller states, “THE Most Famous Speedster in the Country and in… more»

Wide-Track Project: 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible

For most of the second half of the 20th Century, the Pontiac Bonneville had a commanding presence amongst Detroit iron. They were big, bold, luxurious, and powerful cars that helped Pontiac claim third place in sales in the 1960s…. more»