Original V8: 1933 Ford Model BB Truck

Sure, people drool over the 1932 Fords. It was the first year of the Ford V8, and it had an all new body style. Well, if you like those, then this 1933 Ford Model BB truck hiding among a… more»

The French Canadian: 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

If you didn’t already have the blues, this 1980 Chevy Camaro Z28 will certainly give it to you. The blue on blue on blue styling is incredibly representative of the era, and the seller even tossed in a blue… more»

Short Box: 1974 Ford Ranger XLT

The sixth generation of the Ford F-series was the truck that earned Ford the title of “best-selling trucks in America,” a title it has yet to give up to date. That honor would start in 1976, two years after… more»

Parked For 48 Years: 1950 Plymouth Woodie Wagon

Plymouth introduced their first all-new bodied post-war vehicles midway through 1949, but the Deluxe and Special Deluxe names were recycled from the pre-war years. The names differentiated the wheelbase length, and in 1950 the 111 inch wheelbase Deluxe was… more»

Hit The Dirt: 1947 Kroft Special Sprint Car

What set sprint car races apart from other forms of auto racing in the first half of the 20th century was the short distances they covered. In an era when going the distance was all the rage, sprint races… more»

Chrysler Powered Coffin: 1937 Cord 812 Phaeton

If you’re looking for that one of a kind hot rod, look no further! Don’t worry, I’m not saying you should chop up this rare 1936/7 Cord 812 Phaeton, that’s already been done for you. All you have to… more»