43k Original Miles: 1974 Chrysler Newport Custom

The owner of this 1974 Chrysler Newport Custom purchased the car from its original owner in 2018. His intention was to continue the tradition of long-term ownership. However, a change in circumstances means that he must now part with… more»

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Parked In ’62! 1940 Ford DeLuxe Convertible

It would be interesting to be able to wind the clock back and to see exactly how this 1940 Ford DeLuxe Convertible looked when it went into storage in 1962. Given its history in the intervening years, I suspect… more»

Stored Since ’14: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible

While its paint might be looking a little baked today, this 1968 Malibu Convertible is an essentially solid car that is just begging for restoration. Of course, the “distressed” look might be to your personal taste, and if this… more»

Parked Outdoors For 25 Years: 1957 Buick Special

When it was parked under this tree 25-years-ago, this 1957 Buick Special was said to be a very nice car. Since then, the time has marched on, and it has marched all over this old classic. It is in… more»

Solid Driver: 1949 International Harvester KB-3

What I love about so many classic pickups that we see here at Barn Finds is that as original survivors, they simply ooze character. That is the case with this 1949 International Harvester KB-3 Pickup. No attempt has been… more»

Dusty, Not Rusty: 1957 Chrysler Windsor

You know that a car has been sitting parked in a barn for some considerable time when the dust is so thick that it’s impossible to determine what color it is. That’s the story with this 1957 Chrysler Windsor…. more»

Nicest One Left? 1987 AMC Renault Alliance Convertible

In American automotive manufacturing, AMC had always been the little guy that was capable of producing something special for mere pennies. However, time and circumstances would eventually catch up with the company, and they wouldn’t manage to go out… more»

One-Owner Survivor: 1970 Dodge Charger 500

Every now and then, a classic will pop out of the woodwork and generate some pretty significant interest amongst enthusiasts and collectors. That is most certainly the case with this 1970 Dodge Charger 500. Its cause is no doubt… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1950 Dodge “Pilot House” Pickup

Pony cars, muscle cars, and classic pickups are all vehicles that would seem to be here to stay when it comes to desirable vehicles amongst enthusiasts. This 1950 Dodge B-2B “Pilot House” Pickup would definitely rate as a clean… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1928 Chrysler Series 72 Roadster

After spending decades hidden away in a barn, this 1928 Chrysler Series 72 Roadster has now emerged back into the light of day. What the light reveals is a solid and clean car that is just begging for someone… more»

Restored, Then Stored: 1950 MG TD

The previous owner of this 1950 MG TD treated it to a full, frame-off restoration around 20-years-ago. It saw limited use over the following 2-years and then went into storage for 18-years. It is now back on the road… more»

No Reserve Runner: 1963 Buick Riviera

When Buick released the Riviera in 1963, they had Ford’s Thunderbird firmly set in their sights. The personal luxury car was a market dominated by that model, and Buick’s response was a vehicle that was widely praised by motoring… more»

Rust-Free Brit: 1970 Lotus Elan S4 Convertible

A life spent in a warm and dry climate means that this 1970 Lotus Elan S4 is a rust-free survivor. It is an essentially clean and tidy car that could easily be driven and enjoyed immediately. It does have… more»

Muscle Survivor: 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 427

It isn’t clear just how many years this 1966 Impala SS had been parked in this barn, but judging by the layer of dust that it is wearing in this photo, then I suspect that it is somewhere in… more»

Turbo Pioneer: 1962 Oldsmobile F-85 Jetfire

Today we accept turbocharged engines as an integral part of automotive technology, but in 1962, it seemed to be the stuff of science fiction. This perception was undoubtedly helped by automotive manufacturers adding some pretty impressive labels to the… more»

Cheap Survivor: 46k Mile 1980 Chevrolet Corvette

By 1980, the writing was really on the wall for the C3 Corvette, but that didn’t stop 40,614 people parking one in their driveway. Today, it is possible to buy some pretty respectable examples for relatively small change. This… more»