Barn Find Woody: 1949 Packard Station Sedan

In modern-day times, we have what seems to be a vast variety of materials that are used to build automobiles. Wood is a bit old fashioned and low tech when it comes to cars nowadays. Although, wood gives a… more»

Formal Roof Find: 1971 Dodge Challenger

Finding a solid E body Mopar is a “Challenge” no matter where you look, but this 1971 challenger Formal Roof package example is a very solid Find. With a lot more “good than bad” this project is a perfect… more»

383 4-Speed: 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

After many years of part collecting, the owner of this ’68 Barracuda has decided to part ways. Packing a 383 4-speed combination, this is a sweet ride for sure. Appearing pretty darn solid, this Barracuda could likely be revived… more»

Tow Worthy: 1947 Autocar C50 Truck

Early heavy-duty trucks in running condition are a bit scarce, and often have suffered the test of time. Thankfully this Autocar C50 truck is a very solid project, that is running and driving. A classic truck looks great hauling… more»

V12 Project: 1937 Packard Touring Limo

After 50 years of storage, this classy V12 powered Packard Limo is up for sale. 50 years in storage has been good to this car, as there is little to no rot, and the exterior and interior aren’t too… more»

Ready to Drive: 1952 Chevrolet Suburban

In running and driving condition, this 1952 Chevrolet Suburban looks like a sweet find. The Suburban is a sweet looking family vehicle that shares similar looks to the Chevrolet trucks of the era. Although this Suburban has been repainted,… more»

C-Code Stallion: 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Pony car is an easily recognizable machine that has been cherished for decades now. Although some have weathered better than others. This 1965 C code Fastback is mostly there in spirit, but needs a lot of work to… more»

Air-Conditioned Survivor: 1953 Pontiac Chieftan

When it comes to survivors, does it get any better than this 1953 Pontiac Chieftan Catalina? In remarkable survivor condition, this classic is even equipped with a period aftermarket air conditioning system! Claimed to be original inside and out,… more»

Garage Kept Survivor: 1977 Ford Bronco

Purchased by the second owner around 1982, this Ford Bronco has accrued very few miles in the last 38 years according to the seller. Showing 102,609 miles, this Bronco is a solid survivor that has spent the majority of… more»

Ready to Drive: 1937 Chevrolet Half Ton Pickup

This sharp looking truck apparently has a cameo in a movie called the “Common Outlaws”. In running and driving condition, this truck appears to be a solid driver, that needs only minor work if any to enjoy. Although this… more»

Woodie In The Barn: 1953 Buick Roadmaster

Arguably as scarce as hen’s teeth and considered the king of the Roadmasters, this rare 1953 Buick Roadmaster Woodie is a rare sight to see. Pulled from a pole barn, this Buick is an exciting find. Appearing to be… more»

1968 Airstream Globetrotter Project

Airstream’s are undeniably recognizable, and are a household name in the travel trailer world. The cool thing about Airstream is that they have been making recreational travel trailers for many decades. The older trailers are well cherished and admired… more»

4×4 Survivor: 1986 GMC K2500

The “Square Body” is a staple of American truck history, and this GMC K2500 is a nice example of a survivor with great options. Flaunting 4WD with a “Heavy Duty” chassis, and air conditioning makes this an easy to… more»

Barn Find Pickup: 1928 Ford Model A Truck

While there are many Model A’s that have survived in various conditions through the test of time, it is still refreshing to see there are still unrestored cars out there being found. While this may not be the creampuff… more»

UPDATE: 1970 Chevrolet CST/10 Farm Escapee

UPDATE 2/14/2020 –  It’s been a few years since we featured this rare Chevy, but reader Tom G just sent us a link showing what happened with it! After being extracted from the barn, it’s new owner gave it… more»

Scooter Survivor: 1917 Eveready Autoped

While the automobile expanded our reach and ease of transportation in the 20th century, bicycles and motorcycles also played a strong part of that growth. While there were many cars being produced in the teens, WW1 took priority with… more»