Rare Survivor: 1937 Chevrolet Master Coupe Pickup

Two decades before the Ford Ranchero and the Chevrolet El Camino debuted, the Great Depression meant that for many Americans, money was tight. Families needed to stretch their dollars as far as they could, and buying a vehicle was… more»

Frozen In Time: 1930 Model A Pickup Hot Rod

At one time or another, pretty much every car guy or gal has opened up a car magazine and enjoyed the pictures, stories, and specifications of the cars within. Consequently, some cars featured in big publications have gone on… more»

Depression Era Survivor: 1931 Buick Series 40 Sedan

The 1930s was one of the most important decades in the history of cars. Not only did the technology of the automobile advance, but so many of those advances also became standard for even the lowest-priced cars. Automotive-style went… more»

Preservation Class: 1937 Ford Tudor Slantback

The Ford Motor Company developed some iconic car designs in the 1930s, largely thanks to the work and influence of Henry Ford’s son, Edsel Ford, and E.T. “Bob” Gregorie. Edsel, Gregorie, and another automotive designer named Johan “Jan” Tjaarda… more»

Police Package: 1991 Ford Crown Victoria

If you were a child in the 1980s or ’90s, chances are that you recognize the boxy silhouette of a police car from a mile away. Whether it was a Dodge Diplomat/Plymouth Fury, a Chevy Caprice, or a Ford… more»

Siren Song: 1956 Chevrolet National Ambulance

Emergency vehicles are an interesting subculture of collecting. In some states, even historic vehicles (unless used by Emergency Services) cannot have red or blue flashing lights, may not have official markings, or may only be driven in parades. Other… more»

One Family Owned: 1963 Chevrolet Biscayne Survivor

In 1963, Chevrolet offered three models of full-sized car, at correspondingly different price points. Top of the line was the Impala, the Bel Air was in the middle, with the Biscayne at the bottom, in the low price category…. more»

Barn Find Roadster: 1929 Ford Model A

There’s nothing quite like a Model A Ford. They’re one of the most prolific car models after the Model T, still relatively common even 93 years after the first car came off the assembly line. They’re older than most… more»

Prewar Survivor: 1941 Ford Two Door Sedan

Flathead powered Fords have seen a resurgence in popularity in the last decade thanks in part to events like The Race of Gentlemen and the rise in interest of “traditional” hot rods. If you are looking for a flathead… more»

Big Healey Project: 1957 Austin-Healey 100-6

When you think of 1950s sports cars the American public were offered in 1957, you would tend to think of the 1957 Thunderbird or Chevrolet Corvette. While not as famous as its successor, this Austin-Healey 100-6 was another offering… more»

Patina Posterchild: 1934 Harley-Davidson VL Barn Find

Harley-Davidson has been making motorcycles since 1903 so by the time 1934 rolled around, they knew what they were doing. This 1934 Harley-Davidson VL is a testament to the quality of Harley-Davidson at the time. Located in Calgary, Canada,… more»

Garage Find: 1957 Ford Skyliner

Here is a car that is as American as apple pie. While not a barn find in the strictest sense, this 1957 Ford Skyliner sure looks the part. These cars are not as instantly recognizable as their 1957 Chevrolet… more»