Notchback Project: 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

I’ve been obsessed with notchbacks for a few years now, and might be on the cusp of adding one to my stable. No, it’s not a Fox Body, but think of it as the Japanese Mustang and you’ll get… more»

Lowest Mileage FJ80? 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser

A few months ago, I thought I’d grab an early 90s Toyota Land Cruiser on the cheap to use as a daily driver that could still perform family duties. Consider me shocked to see FJ80 Land Cruisers regularly trading… more»

1 of 123? 1994 Jaguar XJ12

While these early 90s Jaguar sedans never really caught my eye, the seller of this Canadian-market car claims it’s one of 123 made that year with the big V12 motor. Truth be told, Jaguar rolled out the V12 mill… more»

No Frills SUV: 1992 Chevy Blazer Survivor

Talk about a vehicle you never see in nice condition like this: a 1992 Chevrolet Blazer, one of the most recognized modern SUVs, that appears to have lived a supremely gentle existence despite the truck’s reputation for being good… more»

Nissan Diesel Power: 1980 International Scout

Despite a burly American truck like the International Scout seemingly an icon of domestic toughness and reliability, some of the later Scout II’s actually relied on diesel power from Nissan to keep their rugged reputation intact. This 1980 model… more»

Black Plate: 1967 Ford Mustang GTA Fastback

Sitting in the back of a California barn is what appears to be a largely preserved 1967 Ford Mustang GTA Fastback, complete right down to its period-correct California black plates. The thick coating of dust suggests it’s not turned… more»

65k Mile Garage Find! 1961 Chevrolet Corvette

The seller of this 1961 Chevrolet Corvette contends he “found this car in storage,” which would be a very good day if it happened to any of us. The Corvette wears claimed original Honduras Maroon paint with aftermarket wheels… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1994 Toyota Celica GT

Here’s a car you don’t see in this sort of condition often: a 1994 Toyota Celica GT, with only 63,475 miles and looking every part of a survivor. This isn’t even the top-shelf spec, making it all the more… more»

No Reserve K5: 1972 Chevrolet Blazer

This 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer is a desirable California survivor, free from the rust and body damage many of these have suffered in the snow belt and at the hands of off-roaders. It’s an incomplete project bust seemingly a… more»

Euro-Spec Survivor: 1987 Mercedes 560SL

Do you ever have a certain type of car seemingly always in your potential project car orbit? That’s how I feel about R107 Mercedes-Benz cars, as I’ve come across more than a few of them over the years that… more»

GN Alternative: 1987 Buick Regal WE4 Turbo

The WE4 package Buick Regals are interesting animals, offered in smaller quantities than the celebrated Grand National. The WE4 option was cheaper than the Grand National trim, but chosen less often by buyers. Perhaps the Grand National had better… more»

Budget Exotic: No Reserve 1976 Lancia Scorpion

While survivors and all-original cars are great, sometimes a vintage sports car with period modifications is way more fun. This 1976 Lancia Scorpion will never be worth appreciably more if it were 100% stock, as it left the factory,… more»

Champion Camper: 1972 Dodge Tradesman

Guaranteeing admiring glances is one way to entice folks to take on a big project like this 1972 Dodge Tradesman camper conversion by Champion. Vintage R/Vs are likely very easy sells with folks who can dream big, especially with… more»

Double-Decker Bus: 1942 Leyland Titan

To me, one of the more entertaining aspects of finding vehicles for sale not formally sold in the U.S. is the story that accompanies such cars and trucks. Take this double-decker 1942 Leyland Titan bus for example: how did… more»

Mini Truckin’ Centerfold: 1989 Isuzu Amigo

As part of the formidable years of my automotive upbringing, a phenomenon that involved taking light-duty import trucks and SUVs and dressing them up with wild paint jobs and body kits became a regular fixture of my magazine stand… more»

Indy 500 Pace Car: 1984 Pontiac Fiero

While we all know most pace cars are a shadow of their on-track counterparts, I think we can all agree some of the replicas are cooler than others. That’s how I feel about the Fiero, even if it was… more»