Woodgrain Estate: 1970 Chevelle Concours Wagon

After writing up that 1970 Coronet wagon last week, I got on a bit of a muscle-wagon binge. When this 1970 Chevelle wagon came across my digital desk, I couldn’t help myself so here we are!… more»

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The 1980s Called: 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Custom

If the 1980s called wanting this car back, I don’t think I would give it to them! While cars like this are often rolling examples of everything some folks disliked about the 1980s, they exemplify everything… more»

Big Ol’ Bee: 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee Wagon

Wagons are “in” right now, and this custom 1970 Coronet wagon checks off all of the boxes on most classic wagon shopping lists. It is well-known that Super Bee wagons were never produced, but the seller… more»

Harley-Powered: 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

Almost anything custom that can be thought of has been done to a Beetle, and while a motorcycle engine has been swapped into a Beetle before, this is one of the more interesting one’s I have… more»

1960s Hot Rod: 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible

Not everyone has the same definition of a hot rod, but most can agree that something like this that was done in the 1960s fits the bill. This 1940 Ford Deluxe convertible retains its original look,… more»

One-Family ‘Yota: 1982 Toyota Pickup SR5

If Toyota’s reputation for reliable vehicles wasn’t already cemented by the Land Cruiser, then the Toyota Pickups of the 1980s certainly set the bar for reliability. Small as they were, these were some of the mightiest… more»

Hearty Project: 1953 Kaiser Deluxe

Kaiser Motors is one of those automobile manufacturers that tends to fall by the wayside when discussing post-WWII vehicles. This 1953 Kaiser Deluxe was produced in Kaiser Motors’ final year, before Kaiser merged with Willys-Overland. This… more»

Not Quite Original: Low-Mileage 1975 Pontiac Trans Am

The ad for this 1975 Pontiac claims that it only has 4,280 miles on it, and based on the cosmetic condition it is certainly believable! If this car hasn’t been restored, then it is truly in… more»

Sort Of Survivor: Two-Owner 1970 Dodge Charger

It was recently brought to my attention that the term “survivor” is thrown around a lot these days, almost like the term “patina” is. To the seller’s credit, the car is never referred to as a… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1974 Dodge Dart Sport

Mid-1970s Dodge Darts and their Plymouth equivalents have long been affordable options for entering the classic car world, especially they pricey world of Mopar. Although 1970-72 Dusters are bringing well into the $10,000s in this condition,… more»

Unpopular Cult Classic: 1970 AMC Gremlin

How can a car be a cult classic and unpopular? The Gremlin is perhaps the best example of such a phenomenon. Those that love these cars really, really love them while those that dislike them tend… more»

Extra Seating: 1989 Buick Electra Estate Wagon

Big American wagons have been in style with one crowd or another since the beginning. This B-body Buick is one of the most iconic wagons of the 1980s and shared a platform with the Oldsmobile Custom… more»

Seeing Double: 1961 Chevrolet C10 Crew Cab

Maybe you have seen one of these before, and maybe you haven’t. Regardless, the important thing is that they exist! The holy grail for some and the ugly duckling for others, crew cab C10s of this… more»