Krate Included? 1970 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

In 1970, the Vista-Cruiser along with the Cutlass wagon was pulling duty for Oldsmobile as the only station wagons available. The full-size wagon would return in 1971…. more»

Time Capsule: 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

The year 1972 was supposed to be the year that General Motors came out with their new intermediate size cars, but they were delayed until 1973. For… more»

62K Mile Survivor: 1974 Ford Gran Torino Brougham

In 1974, Ford made some updates to the two-year-old Gran Torino line to give it some further appeal with a new grille and a more durable rear… more»

Only 28K Miles: 1967 Ford Mustang

All Mustangs were not created equally. Some were blessed with V-8s while others were content to be powered by only 6 cylinders. This is one of the… more»

Car of Many Colors: 1970 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400

After an initial three year run of its original body style, Pontiac Firebird, as well as Chevrolet Camaro, came out with a totally new body style midway… more»

Extremely Low Mileage: 1970 Chevrolet Impala

In 1970, Chevrolet and other General Motors makes were wrapping up their full-size models in preparation for a new body style for 1971. Still, there were significant… more»

400-Powered: 1973 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible

Rule number one when selling a car; know what you’ve got. The seller of this Caprice Convertible is advertising it as a 1974 model, but it is… more»

Silverado Survivor: 43k Mile 1984 Chevrolet C10

Currently, with the very competitive full-size truck market, most manufacturers are redesigning often to keep up with the latest trends. Chevrolet used the same body style for… more»

New Lease On Life: 1988 Buick Lesabre Hearse

As a new vehicle, a hearse is usually used for its intended purpose, to transport the coffin during the funeral process. As they get older and are… more»

Mercedes Wanna Be: 1978 Ford Granada ESS

When Ford introduced the luxury compact Granada (and Mercury Monarch) in 1975 it was the right car at the right time. Even though its roots went back… more»

One Owner: 1971 Ford Torino GT

In 1970, Motor Trend magazine selected the Ford Torino as its “Car of the Year”. For 1971, Ford didn’t waste a lot of time or money changing… more»

Less Than 6K Miles: 1976 Chevrolet Chevette

There’s a song by Christian singing group Audio Adrenaline titled “Chevette”. When I first found it, I thought, why would a Christian group be singing about a… more»

Cheap Cruiser: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix

The year 1977 was the last year of the famous Colonnade intermediate models from General Motors. After a spectacular sales year in 1976 for most of them,… more»

29K Miles: 1985 Buick Lesabre Collectors Edition

In 1984, Buick was planning ahead. The new front wheel drive Electra came out mid-1984 as a 1985 model. However, to maybe grab some former Electra owners that… more»

28K Mile Survivor: 1964 Ford Fairlane 500

When Ford introduced its intermediate cars in 1962, they had a strong styling resemblance with the full-size Fords. Several other manufacturers did this as well. Maybe people… more»

Futuristic Styling: 1977 Datsun 200SX S10

In 1977, this car looked like it was from the future. In 2019, it still looks like it’s from the future. There are some unique angles and… more»

50 K Miles: 1977 Buick Lesabre Custom

My aunt had this same car, just in gold with the tan trim, when new. She only kept it a few months, because she was rear-ended and… more»

Drive or Restore: 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990-H

Believe it or not, the 1965 Rambler Ambassador had the same platform as the 1963 to 1964 models. But with fresh styling on the front and rear plus a… more»

Save From Drag Racing: 1979 Chevrolet LUV

I guess the Big Three American manufacturers in the seventies decided to test the waters with captive import pickups before bringing out their own in the eighties…. more»

75K Miles: 1984 Buick Electra Park Avenue

Before buying my 1978 Thunderbird two years ago, I was on the search for a Buick Park Avenue from the era of 1980 to 1984. I preferred a… more»

Saved From Junkyard: 1978 Continental Mark V

In 1977, while the Thunderbird benefitted from downsizing to the old Torino frame, the Continental Mark V stayed on its previous 120.4-inch wheelbase, and while down about… more»

74K Miles Daily Driver: 1979 Lincoln Versailles

There was no denying the Lincoln Versailles roots, the Ford Granada/Mercury Monarch. Mercury actually produced a very well equipped car in 1976 called the Mercury Grand Monarch… more»

Twin Cats: 1973 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Convertibles

A few days ago, we featured a couple of ultra low mileage 1978 Cadillac Eldorado twins here on Barn Finds. While it would have been ideal for… more»

43K Miles: 1973 Buick Lesabre Custom

Ah, the seventies, a period when you could get just about any color car you wanted. If you could even get a color like this today, it… more»