57k Mile Survivor: 1976 Ford Mustang Cobra II

Just a few weeks ago, my family and I were driving down the road and I saw a mid-70s Mustang Cobra II sitting in a driveway. I made mention of how very few of those you actually see these… more»

Restore or Rod? 1957 Chevrolet 3100

There’s just something about the front end of this 1957 Chevrolet pickup that draws you in. Like me, many enthusiasts will likely get drawn in and immediately begin daydreaming about what this old project could become. Found here on… more»

32 Years In The Barn: 1972 Buick GS

Finding a ’68-’72 GM A-bodies tucked away in a barn for over three decades has to be a dream come to for a lot of enthusiasts. I’m definitely one of those enthusiasts as I’ve always held those as some… more»

Mysterious Cat: 1968 Mercury Cougar

The Mercury Cougars of the late-1960s seem to live in the shadow of its Ford Mustang cousin in those years. Even while living in that shadow, their odd looks are unique in their own right. Finding a decent Mercury… more»

Clean G-Body: 1987 Oldsmobile 442

The General Motors G-bodies from the late 1970s through the 1980s seem to have quite the following. They are unique in that they are some of the last cars to offer a full-frame, rear-wheel drive, and a V8 under… more»

Solid Project: 1968 AMC AMX

Solid muscle car projects are continually getting harder to find. Ones that are complete with the seller not asking an arm and a leg are even harder to find. That’s why a spotting a decent project like this one… more»

Real 390 X-Code: 1969 AMC AMX

There’s something so unique about an AMC AMX. In a world full of Camaros, Mustangs, Chevelles, and Chargers, seeing an AMX out on the open road can be a rare sight. That sighting becomes even rarer when it turns… more»

Mopar Barn Find: 1972 Dodge Charger

When words like Charger, 440 Magnum, and barn find are strung together in a Craigslist ad, most automotive enthusiasts are going to take notice. Such is the case with the 1972 Dodge Charger, found here on craigslist. Last titled… more»

Free Wheelin’ Package: 1979 Ford Bronco

For a few years in the late 1970”s, the Ford Bronco could be had with a unique cosmetic option called the Free Wheelin’ package. Because of their unique striping and color scheme, these Broncos are easy to spot and… more»

Desert Find: 1960 Dodge Power Wagon

There’s just something so eye-catching about the rugged good looks of an old Dodge Power Wagon. Finding a complete one that sits in its mostly original condition can be a tall task. This desert find, listed here on eBay,… more»

Drive or Restore: 1969 Pontiac Firebird

When you’re in the market to find a classic car, you often find a total project or one that has been completely restored. It’s not often that you find one, though, that meets somewhere there in the middle. This… more»

Rare Bird: 1982 Pontiac Firebird Mecham Racing MSE

One of the most fun parts of the automotive hobby is finding a rare or unique model that you didn’t know existed. Such is the case for me with this 1983 Pontiac Firebird. I didn’t know that these Mecham… more»

Low-Mile Monte: 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

There are still a good number of these Monte Carlo Super Sports from the 1980s still running around today. There aren’t many, though, that only have 52,700 miles on the odometer. This one, listed here on eBay, appears to… more»

All But Two Options: 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z

It may not seem like the options on a 1987 IROC Z Camaro wouldn’t matter that much. But as prices of these third-generation Camaros are starting to climb, that could very well become a more important topic of discussion…. more»

LS-Swapped Survivor: 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

These days, swapping a GM LS engine into an older vehicle is all the rage. While dropping the modern powerplant into an older vehicle has its critics, one can’t argue the performance and practicality of the swap. This 1980… more»

Numbers Matching: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Finding a 1968 Chevelle SS that maintains its original 396 cubic inch powerplant can be quite the task. This one found here on Craigslist and submitted by reader Steve P. is claimed to still be holding its original big… more»