440 4-speed: 1970 Dodge Charger

A holy grail can appear in many different ways. As long as it still exists, there is still some shred of hope like this ’70 Dodge Charger R/T. Packing a factory 440 4-speed drive-train, this is for sure a… more»

Charming Convertible: 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe

Finding a classic car can often bring different challenges when trying to find the right machine of your heart’s desire. A classic convertible is often a difficult machine to find in reasonable condition, but this 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe has… more»

Wood Applique Find: 1955 Ford Country Squire

Old station wagons with wood trim are a real treat in today’s modern age, but often these sweet family haulers have succumbed to rust. Well, if you have been wishing for a solid start for a vintage wagon project,… more»

Electrified Sports Car Project: 1967 Lotus Elan

Highly iconic, and definitely an important milestone in the sports car world, the Lotus Elan is a car that often is often viewed with little imagination. Typically, British racing green paint, center lock knock offs, and a DOHC cylinder… more»

1987 Dodge Pace Truck w/ Matching Go-Kart!

When discussing the topic of pace cars many of us often dream and lament about Camaro’s and other fine machines. Although, there are some other cool Indy 500 Pace vehicles that have been built through the ages like this… more»

Outdoor Find: 1936 Oldsmobile F36 Sport Coupe

Considered an old Barn Find, this 1936 Oldsmobile looks a lot more like an outdoor find at this point. Despite it’s surroundings, this Oldsmobile appears to be a rock solid find. With a sharp appearance, I am sure we… more»

Affordable Hanger Find: Austin Healey Sprite

After a year spent in an airplane hangar, the seller is losing his storage space forcing him to sell this gem. Austin Healey Sprites can often be rusty machines in desperate need of attention, but this green example is… more»

Original Condition Find: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

A not so common sight, this original condition Chevrolet Bel Air is only on its second owner. Having spent that last 41 years parked, this Chevy has been recently revived into a driver once again. Although this two-door is… more»

1952 Chevrolet Tin Woody Barn Find

Tucked away in a barn for the last 12 to 15 years, this sweet unrestored Chevrolet Tin Woody is a great start. Thankfully this Tin woody is not riddled with termites(no wood), and holds little in the way of… more»

Deluxe Barn Find: 1960 Cadillac Eldorado

Many of the late 50’s to early 60’s Cadillacs are quite memorable, and sought after machines. This 1960 Eldorado looks to have been cooped up in a barn for quite a while, but this Caddy does appear to be… more»

True Barn Find: 1949 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup

Discovered in a barn in Missouri, this Chevrolet pickup is fairly solid. Used in its previous life to haul cattle, this pickup hasn’t run in a number of years, but the engine turns over freely. You can lasso this… more»

Rare Wagon: 1955 Pontiac Safari Star Chief

Everyone knows what a Chevrolet Nomad is, and we have all likely seen one before, but what about the not so common Pontiac Safari Star Chief? Speculated that only 3,760 were produced for 1955, the Safari is a cool… more»

Shade Tree Find: 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

After 20 years spent under the shade of trees, this poor ’67 Mustang convertible is in a rough state of repair. Driven to its resting place, this was once a very nice Pony car for some reason or another… more»

Vintage Racer: 1957 Austin-Healey Sprite

Raced from the 1960s into the 1980s, this Austin-Healey Sprite has spent the last 15 years dormant until recently. The seller has partially revived this Sprite by getting the engine running once again. Although the outer body appears rather… more»

1960 MGA with Miata Power

Some hot rods are more subtle that others like this 1960 MGA. Appearing like an innocent British roadster, this MGA has a secret. The original drivetrain has been ditched for a Miata transplant, but there is no fuel injection… more»

Custom 1940 Graham Shark Nose Pickup

Some restomods are poorly pieced together, and often not very well thought out. Well this custom Graham pickup is a very nice execution and the “Shark Nose” front end is quite appealing even in the military green paint. Built… more»