California Camaro: Unrestored 1967 RS/SS-350

The trouble with writing for Barnfinds is I find myself falling in love far too often. I have a thing for performance cars that escaped the hot rodders hand and survived in good unrestored condition. Located in Roseville, CA,… more»

Feasibility Study: Creating A Z-28 From A Trim Tag

Thanks go out to our reader Michael for the tip about this 1969 Camaro for sale on Craigslist. Located in the Los Angeles, CA area, it is priced at $14,500. As you can see, it is a pretty basic… more»

Huge Estate Sale: Restored, Projects, Parts, & More!

On October 6 in Muskegon, MI, there will be a live, on-site estate auction of restored cars, project cars, parts cars, and parts. Whoever amassed this collection was an equal opportunity collector. I’ve counted twelve different makes of cars… more»

Original Paint Pace Car: 1969 Camaro RS/SS Z10!

Everyone is familiar with 1969 Z-11 Camaros, commonly called Indy Pace Car replicas. There were 3,675 produced, all convertibles, and many of them are still around. But are you familiar with the Z-10, the coupe version that has the… more»

True Barn Find? 1961 Chevrolet Corvette

I don’t know about you, but I really like the color scheme of black with a red interior. I know that black is one of the less common colors on Corvettes, so out of curiosity, I looked up the production… more»

Barn Find: 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe

Automobile design was evolving rapidly in the mid-1930’s. Streamlining was coming into vogue, both for function and for the styling aspect. The Chrysler airflow models debuted in 1934, two years before the first Lincoln Zephyr, but they were met… more»

Parked since 1988: 1970 Dodge Superbee Project

As was typical of many muscle cars, this Superbee has had a pretty rough life. Reportedly it was driven only 61,000 miles between 1970 and 1988 and look at it. Oh well, most muscle cars weren’t bought as grocery… more»

Storage Unit Find: 1968 GTO 400 H.O.

Like many Craigslist ads, this one doesn’t have a lot of information. Only three pictures are provided. They don’t speak a thousand words either, maybe a hundred. I can’t even tell you the color of the interior. However, I… more»

Just Out of 25 Year Storage: 1961 Corvette 283/245 h.p.

Yes, it was painted in the 1970’s. How did you know? I’m picturing this car at the 1975 World of Wheels Autorama with angel hair around the tires. You baby boomers know what I’m talking about. Looking past the… more»

A/C & Original Paint: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice 396!

Style, luxury, and performance in a family size car. The buyer of this Caprice got it all in one handsome package. Reported to be an unrestored original still wearing the factory paint, this 1966 Chevy Caprice is located near… more»

Check Out This Collection of High Quality Classic Fords For Sale

The collection includes a 1932 coupe, a 1932 highboy roadster hot rod, a 1932 Cabriolet, a 1932 Victoria, a 1932 pickup, a 1934 Victoria, a 1937 coupe, a 1939 convertible, a 1940 coupe, and a 1957 sedan. There’s not… more»

Take A Magnet: 1958 Chevrolet Impala Project

What do I mean by “take a magnet”? This thing is under gray primer. That stuff can hide all kinds of woes. By checking the body panels with a weak magnet you can determine whether there’s metal under the… more»

It’s A Clean Machine: 1969 Pontiac GTO

In the market for a 1969 GTO? One would be hard pressed to find a nicer one than this. The price isn’t bad either. It is listed here on Craigslist for $36,500 or best offer. Located in Cohoes Hill,… more»

One Owner, Original Paint: 1965 Corvette Convertible

Do you know what I like about a car like this? I like knowing the history of a car. I like knowing that what I am looking at are the body panels that were installed at the factory, free… more»

Out of Service For 30 Years: 1967 Corvette 427 Coupe

I don’t have a barn, but if I did I think I’d go out there and look around. Can’t ever tell, might uncover something I’d forgotten about years ago. Of course, folks never really forget about it when they… more»

Performance And Luxury: 1970 Pontiac GTO 455

1970 was a very good year for muscle cars. Any of the 1968 – 1972 GM A-bodies are among my personal favorites. I’ve had several Chevelles, a couple of GTO’s and a Buick GSX from that era. The performance… more»