Genuine Patina! 1965 Buick Skyroof Sportwagon

The station wagons keep rollin’ at Barn Finds and today’s discovery is a cool Buick Custom Sportwagon, from 1965, with the desirable “Skyroof” option. This was the first year for the tinted roof panels that provide some sunlight for… more»

Continental Equipped! Excellent 1958 Oldsmobile 88

Oh, Oldsmobile, where have you gone? From technological leader to the hubris of the fifties to the ignominy of the late ’70s to dissolution. If you’re a car person, it’s a long, sad story. But forget that for now… more»

46 Years Barn Bound: 1928 Nash Landau

This 1928 Nash Landau is about as representative of a barn find as one will ever find. Not only was this car produced by a long-ago fallen flag, but it has also been barn domiciled for four decades. The… more»

Genuine SS 396: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Project

There are plenty of muscle cars that have been built from their non-muscle equivalent and they are usually referred to as fakes, clones, tributes, you name it, there’s an entire string of euphemisms employed. In this case, we have… more»

Supercharged 1959 Chevrolet El Camino 4×4?!!

There’s no doubt about it, I like El Caminos, I pour over listings all of the time. That said, I freely admit that I’m not a big fan of the first-gen (’59-’60) or the fourth-gen (’73-’77). The ’59, and… more»

Super Rare 1955 Mercedes Diesel Pickup

Here’s a new one on me, a Mercedes 170 truck. I know what a Mercedes 170 is, many years ago there was a family in my neighborhood that had a collection of gearhead sons and one had a 1951… more»

Customize Or Restore? 1964 Seagrave Fire Truck

And now, something from the “What am I supposed to do with this?” department. Well, if you ever dreamed of being a fireman but couldn’t manage the rigorous training involved, here’s your chance to do it on the sly… more»

Four-Speed Manual! 1978 Chevrolet Malibu Wagon

In the midst of the ’70s, things like a four-speed manual transmission started to disappear from many vehicles including the Chevrolet Malibu, a model that had sported just such an option since the mid-sized Chevelle’s 1964 introduction. Fuel economy… more»

60K Miles? Rare 1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible

The wrong car at the wrong time? That’s one of the more famous post-mortem assessments of the ill-fated Edsel. Since the dawn of the horseless carriage, automotive missteps have come and gone over the years, but Ford Motor Company’s… more»

29k Mile 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

Save the best for last? That’s how I feel about the 1967 Corvette C2 (’63-’67). I’m sure some may think, “What, you like a ’67 better than the vaunted ’63 split-window”? Yup, I think it’s a cleaner presentation and… more»

Fabulous Four-Door: 1956 Buick Century Riviera

Looking like something out of a box of Good & Plenty is this wonderful 1956 Buick Century, finished off in an oh-so two-tone ’50s finish of Tahiti Coral and Dover White. This big four-door hardtop is located in Bellingham,… more»

V8 Survivor: 1971 Mercury Comet GT

The ’70s was a time of “What about me?” badge engineering. The Chevrolet Nova spawned the Oldsmobile Omega, Pontiac Ventura, and Buick Apollo. Over at Mopar, the Plymouth Duster begat the Dodge Demon, and Ford’s new for ’70 Falcon… more»

Drive Anywhere! 1929 Ford Model A

Another Ford Model A? Yes, another Ford model A but this one is different from many that have been covered in the past. It’s in original condition and actually runs! That alone makes this Compton, Rhode Island domiciled 1929… more»

1 Of 358! 1952 Crosley Hotshot Super Sport

Looking like a “cross” between a Bugeye Sprite and a golf cart is this 1952 Crosley Hotshot. The product of upstart independent manufacturer Crosley, the Hotshot was a non-typical sight on U.S roads at the time of its 1949… more»

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack Project

Here’s an oft-told tale: high-end muscle car, driven/raced on the street, converted to drag racing, blown up, sits for a bit, and now it’s time to return to its original form (especially since the value has escalated significantly). Name… more»

426 Wedge/4-Speed! 1964 Plymouth Belvedere

The opening image of this 1964 Plymouth Belvedere had me before I bothered to read the description. And the description, brief as it is, just pulls it all together. There is, what appears to be, some authenticity here so… more»