LS Swap Candidate? 1973 Chevrolet Camaro

I was on the fence with this find, it’s a pretty worn-out ’73 Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe with no, real remarkable features, oh, and did I mention that it’s brown…This Camaro has been through some changes and is now… more»

Assembly Required: 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible

Kids will come up with the darndest names. When I was in high school, a classmate had a ’64 Ford Galaxie 500, two-door hardtop, red with a white roof – just like this example but with a fixed roof… more»

V6 Powered! 1958 Austin Healey Sprite

Be it a “Frogeye” Sprite or a “Bugeye” Sprite, it’s still an Austin Healey Sprite and it is one of the immediately more recognizable sports cars to emanate from Great Britain in the post-war years. This particular example, however,… more»

No Reserve Project: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

Don’t judge a book by its cover, right? This 1967 Chevelle Malibu doesn’t look like much on the outside or on the inside for that matter, but the seller has some interesting things going on – it’s worth a… more»

Garage Find: 1917 Willys-Overland Tourer

Yesterday, we covered a 1935 Pierce-Arrow, and a lot of the so-far discussion has centered around diminishing interest, as well as the future outlook, for preserving pre-war automobiles. Today, we’re going to wind it back even further and examine… more»

One Of 26! 1965 Lancia Flavia Zagato

Lancia automobiles have graced the webpages of Barn Finds in the past, and deservedly so as they have been a substantial contributor to the Italian automotive scene. Anymore? Uh-uh, it will be surprising if Lancia survives the Stellantis lash-up…. more»

Long-Bed Project: 1967 Chevrolet C-10

For your review today, we have an example of the increasingly collectible ’67-’72 Chevrolet/GMC pickup truck in the form of a ’67 Chevy C-10, long bed. While the short-bed versions seem to steal most of the thunder, a long-bed… more»

No Reserve Rarity! 1935 Pierce-Arrow 1245

This listing could just as easily be titled, “Magnificent Old Car, Needs Help and a Home“. A 1935 Pierce-Arrow 1245 is a significant find but it’s a BIG, expensive car with a limited following. Nevertheless, it’s always exciting to… more»

Big-Block Bus: 1938 International DS30

International Harvester, now known as Navistar, has had a varied history of making a multitude of different types of vehicles besides its initial farm implements. Trucks, both commercial and retail were International’s stock in trade for years, along with… more»

Flathead Hot Rod Project? 1951 Ford Deluxe

The Ford shoebox is the model that brought Ford clearly into the post-war modern era when it was introduced in 1949. Produced for three years, today’s find is the caboose, the one that closed things out in 1951. This… more»

Container Find: 1953 Singer 4AD

Right off the bat, the listing for this Singer is a bit confusing. It is listed as a 1943 Model C but the VIN states it as a model AD which was produced between 1951 and 1955. That being… more»

No Reserve M-Code! 1971 Ford Torino GT

Now we’re talkin’! Earlier in the week, I opined about the Ford Torino by stating, “As a subjective matter of taste, I gave the ’69 & ’69 Torino two-thumbs up, thought the ’70 & ’71 got good marks for… more»

Rat Rod or Restore? 1931 Ford Model AA

It’s hard to imagine a car with more body styles than a Ford Model A! Sure, the “T” would give it a run for its money but in the last year and a half, I have uncovered more variations… more»

Convertible Conversion? 1955 Pontiac Star Chief

Finding a 1955 Chevrolet BelAir convertible is not that tough to do, there are many still in existence and absolutely coveted by collectors. But a 1955 Pontiac Star Chief convertible? Well, that’s a different animal entirely but today, courtesy… more»

Swedish Humvee? 1954 Volvo TP21 Sugga

OK, here’s an odd one, it’s a 1954 Volvo TP21 “Sugga” 4X4. You’ve never heard of it? Well, that makes two of us. That’s all the more reason to investigate and see what’s up with this unusual multi-purpose vehicle…. more»

Museum Piece! 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus

It’s always refreshing to find a non-muscle car version of a muscle car, in this case, a 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus, as opposed to its performance-themed sibling, the Road Runner.  But this Plymouth appears to have a trick… more»