One Owner Find: 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

It had to be done, but it was still risky. Oldsmobile Cutlass was one of the best selling cars in America in 1976 and 1977, but in… more»

Grandmother’s Car: 1970 Chevrolet Camaro

After three years of the initial Camaro body style, in 1970 Chevrolet introduced the new body that would last for 12 years. The styling seemed quite a… more»

Incredible Style: 1957 Buick Century Caballero Estate

If you’re looking for a station wagon to restore, it doesn’t get much better or more interesting than this one. Station wagons with no center posts have… more»

Last Year of Convertible: 1968 Imperial Crown Convertible

While my favorite Imperials were the 1964 to 1966 years, the 1967 to 1968 years are pretty close. While they were no longer as distinctive from the New… more»

Less Than 20K Miles: 1966 Rambler 770 Convertible

We don’t normally think of American Motors and Rambler as having convertibles, but they did make them. American Motors specialized in small cars, but they offered something… more»

40 Year Hibernation: 1971 Dodge Charger R/T

After a successful body style run from 1968 to 1970, it was time for the Dodge Charger to be restyled. While these models are not usually as sought… more»

Early Personal Luxury: 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire

While Pontiac, Oldsmobile, and Buick all introduced personal luxury cars in the early sixties, the Pontiac Grand Prix would be the one to endure many years. The… more»

Barn Stored for Last 10 Years: 1973 Buick Centurion

I’ve often wondered why Buick discontinued the Wildcat after 1970 and replaced it with the Centurion. While the Wildcat was around for nine years, the Centurion only… more»

Classic Wagon: 1976 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

In 1976, Chevrolet buyers were still going for the station wagons. While 1976 Chevrolet full-size wagons sold 72,819, the intermediate total was almost half that at 40,086…. more»

One Family Owned: 1978 Lincoln Continental Town Coupe

It was 1980 before there would be a smaller Lincoln Continental, but in 1978 the big boys were still selling well. While most of Lincoln’s two-door customers… more»

American Success: 1973 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

The year 1973 was one of those years for cars that will always be remembered. Sales were great in 1973 for almost all makes and models. The Cadillac… more»

Lightning Rod Shifter: 1984 Oldsmobile Limited Edition Hurst/Olds

I’m not sure really what to call this car. Is it a Cutlass? Well, it’s based on the Cutlass. It has a Hurst shifter. So is it… more»

Solid Survivor: 1964 Buick Wildcat

The Buick Wildcat started life in 1962 as a subseries of the Invicta, and by 1963 had replaced the Invicta as the mid-range full-size Buick (Invicta remained… more»

Only 44K Miles: 1977 Oldsmobile Toronado Brougham

Oldsmobile Toronado was sort of the modern pioneer of front wheel drive cars in America, followed closely by the Cadillac Eldorado. While the Toronado came on the… more»

Suicide Doors: 1969 Ford Thunderbird 4 door Landau

Barnfinds recently features a 1968 Ford Thunderbird 2 door Landau. According to comments, some of you liked it but said you preferred the 4 door model with suicide doors…. more»

Unique Glass Skyroof: 1965 Buick Sportwagon

For some reason, the Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser got most of the attention, and the sales, when it came to the sixties and seventies wagons that included the… more»

Bargain Bobcat: 1979 Mercury Bobcat

I don’t know if you have noticed, but the price of classic cars that used to be everyday cars, that were nothing so special, have been on the… more»

Big and Brawny: 1972 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible

For some reason, Pontiac decided to replace the Bonneville as the flagship car in 1971 and brought out the Grand Ville. It still used the same B body… more»

Last of the Land Yachts: 1976 Olds Custom Cruiser

The year 1976 was a year of little change in most American cars. Maybe manufacturers thought we’d all be too busy celebrating the Bicentennial to notice. Oldsmobile was… more»

Personal Luxury: 1968 Ford Thunderbird Landau

While many American cars focused on the same customers throughout the years, Thunderbird was one that changed with the times. The Mustang had come on the scene… more»

Cheap And Clean: 1974 Dodge Dart Swinger

By 1974, there were over 1.5 million Darts on the road, but people were still buying them. It was the right car for the time because the… more»

A Simpler Time: 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe

The 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe really stirs a lot of memories for me. I had a great uncle, which was more like a grandfather because my mother’s… more»

The One And Only 1948 Tucker 48 Convertible!

Just a few weeks ago, I watched the movie Tucker: The Man and His Dream as well as read the article “Toward the Tucker: Creating Preston Tucker’s… more»

Breezeway Roof: 1963 Mercury Monterey Custom

In 1963, Mercury reached back to the 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser and the 1958 to 1960 Continental Mark series to borrow the roof line of some of its… more»