Not Your Mother’s Chevy! 1970 Chevrolet Nova 396

When the Chevrolet Nova debuted it was marketed as a secondary car or a primary car for smaller families. By the time 1970 rolled around, however, the Nova could be outfitted with just about everything a buyer could want,… more»

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Cleanest Example? 1978 Jeep Cherokee Chief

Given the time period in which I grew up, I face the frequent reality that my life has been spent in the back of various blasé SUV’s- Lexus, Toyota, Honda, etc. However, my parents’ generation spent their time in… more»

Civil Defender: 1968 Dodge Power Wagon

In all honesty, this generation of Dodge trucks is one of the best looking by far. Located in Salisbury, Massachusetts, this fantastic fire truck was spotted by reader Tom A. Found here on craigslist for a whopping $1,600, I’m… more»

It’s A Gläser, Not A Speedster!

Confused yet? Me too! Shown here is a 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet built by Gläser. While the majority of bodies for 356’s were built by either Karmann Karrosserie or Reutter Karrosserie (now Recaro), a small handful of early cars were… more»

A Great Start: 1971 Triumph TR6

Today marked my first day of a summer-long internship at a local British restoration shop that specializes in classic MGs and Triumphs. In honor of this, I present to you a seemingly complete 1971 Triumph TR6 project located in… more»

Super Pak: 1977 Dodge Aspen R/T

At times, I get a feeling that many Mopar guys see late-model cars as a means for a good engine and transmission to swap into their much more valuable cars. I am a personal fan of a leaning tower… more»

Very Expensive Jersey Looker: 1962 VW 23 Window

First off, I’d like to apologize for my absence of writing. My life has been a whirlwind, but I’m glad to be back, talking about cars. As many of you know, I am neck-deep in the VW world. Between… more»

1979 Pontiac Trans Am For $600!!

As you’ve probably figured out, this car isn’t pretty. Some might say it’s even a bit ugly. With a Buy it Now price of $600 though, this 1979 Flaming Chicken might not be a bad price for someone in… more»

1979 Ferrari 400 With Only 4k Miles!

Allow me to preface this post by saying this: I am by no means a Ferrari expert. It is my understanding that the late 70’s and early 80’s Ferrari’s are the redheaded stepchildren of Enzo’s exclusive family. I, for… more»

4-stroke Swede: 1971 Saab 95 V4 Wagon

You’ll have to pardon me, I am not overly well-read on vintage Saabs. When I saw this car submitted, I jumped on the opportunity to do a write-up on the car. Early Saabs like this one here on craigslist are not… more»

A family 4WD- 1979 Jeep Wagoneer

When I was 6 or 7 years old, I had a neighbor with one of these beasts parked in his driveway. It was blue/green with silver paneling. I remember playing around that car and occasionally, he would even start… more»

UPDATE: James K’s 1966 Corvair Convertible

Recently, I asked Josh and Jesse to feature my 1966 Corvair Convertible, originally listed here. Since the original post, I have done the following work to the car: Re-installation of engine, oil change, adjustment of clutch, balanced the carbs, re-timing… more»

Cool In Its Own Right: 1965 Corvair Sedan

As many of you probably know, I’m a Corvair nut. One general trend in the land of flat-sixes is the lack of love for “bloated whales”- the sport sedan Corvair. I, for one, like the longer roofline and convenience… more»

Pre-War Survivor? 1928 Auburn Sedan

Yes, you read that right. This isn’t an Auburn-Cord. This is an Auburn, just an Auburn. This 1928 Auburn is located here on craigslist in Albany, New York with a price tag of $3,000. How can’t you love this car?… more»

Why, Oh Why? 1972 BMW 2002 Tii

Occasionally, a rare car pops up on Copart for auction that is worth a closer look. This 1972 BMW 2002 Tii is one example of such an oddity. Tii’s were unique – factory fuel injection made for an engine that… more»

Sunbaked Special: 1968 Corvair

I’m a little bit of a Corvair nut, to say the least. I’ve owned four of them, and if I’m lucky, I’ll be buying a fifth very shortly. 1968 Corvairs are one of the odd years – low production… more»