4-Speed Sleeper! 1964 Pontiac Catalina

Boring looking tight? Oh sure, it’s incredibly clean but this 1964 Pontiac Catalina two-door stripper looks like something that your Uncle Herman, on your mother’s side, would have owned way back when. You know, drove it maybe 4K miles… more»

Cheap No Reserve 1980 Chevrolet El Camino

Pity the fifth-generation Chevrolet El Camino (’78-’87), they just don’t attract the interest that earlier generations do. Chevrolet did a nice job of getting the size right but they seemed to miss the boat in other areas. So, with… more»

A Non-Buick Riviera! 1950 Chris-Craft

Yes, you’re cruising Barn Finds, but this ain’t no barn find, it isn’t even a car but if you appreciate old, rare cars, you’ll like this marine find. It’s a 1950 Chris-Craft “Riviera”, and according to the seller, it’s… more»

Grand Pa’s Barn Find: 1931 Plymouth Roadster

This 1931 Plymouth DeLuxe is about as an “all-in-the-family” example as you’ll find. The car was purchased new, 92 years ago by the seller’s grandfather and now after a lengthy barn stay, it’s time for this roadster to say… more»

Resto Done Right! 1956 Ford F100

OK, it looks old on the outside but it’s anything but that, mechanically speaking. Always popular, mid-fifties Ford F100 pickups are a big draw these days. The seller states, “ALL WORK PROFESSIONALLY DONE“, and yes, that appears to be… more»

The Zimmer Touch: 1982 GMC Vandura

The seller of this 1982 GMC 2500 Vandura, Zimmer equipped van suggests, “Wanting it to go to a good home“. Heck, it already looks like a good home! It certainly well represents the era, there’s no doubt about that…. more»

Argentinian Citroën: 1988 IES 3CV “Gringa”

What the heck is this? Well, it’s a Citroen pickup truck, specifically an IES 3CV “Gringa” from down under, no not that down under, the Argentina down under. This example, being a 1988 model, isn’t exactly a Citroen, it… more»

Mopar/GM Mashup: 1947 Hudson Commodore

There’s a lot going on here with this 1947 Hudson Commodore. Yeah, it looks like a project but a lot of the complex stuff has already been completed. Interestingly, it’s a convertible with a removable hardtop – how unusual!… more»

The Non-442! 1965 4-Speed Oldsmobile F-85 Cutlass

From any angle, this 1965 Oldsmobile F-85 Cutlass convertible is a looker! It’s not a 442 muscle car version but it hardly matters in this case as this example has plenty of forthright goodness going for it, just as… more»

Nice Survivor? 1954 Mercury Monterey

Terminology in the old car biz abounds. Some of it is accurate, some is a stretch, and some is downright misleading. Don’t get me wrong, finding a ’54 Mercury Monterey, as opposed to the more commonly discovered Ford Custom,… more»

Ready For Spring? 1975 Ford F250

“Spring is here. What better way to enjoy the nice weather than in a vintage pickup“? Interesting way to make a sales pitch. “Spring is in the air” usually conjures up visions of a convertible or a sports car,… more»

Top Drawer Truck: 1955 Chevrolet Cameo

The fifties were high times for GM. Every division that didn’t have a V8 engine, got one. Chevrolet delivered a knock-out punch with its ’55 passenger car redesign as well as the succeeding ’56 and ’57 models. Not to… more»

Parked 32 Years: 1958 MGA Coupe

I have always had an appreciation for the MGA (’55-’62). I think it’s two reasons, firstly, as a child my initial Matchbox car, one of my all-time favorites, was a white MGA. And then in later years, one of… more»

19K Mile Backyard Find: 1973 Datsun 240Z

So, this Datsun sportscar has a tough tale to tell. The seller claims that he’s the second owner and it has less than 19K accumulated miles. So, that makes it a perfect candidate for a “What in the Sam… more»

Sawed-Off V8! 1976 AMC Gremlin X

We all know what an automotive tribute is. The word “Tribute” is a sort of euphemism for a clone, or a copy, or a fake – tribute just sounds a lot nicer – a bit more polite. And a… more»

U-Assemble Project: 1968 Maserati Ghibli

Parts is parts, right? Well, if putting a puzzle together is your thing, here’s an opportunity in the form of a fairly rare 1968 Maserati Ghibli. We’re told that this one’s 90% complete so let’s check it out and… more»