Factory 4-Speed: 1974 Pontiac GTO

It came in with a bang and went out with its head held high. While a shadow of its former self, Pontiac’s 1974 GTO tried to find a place to fit within an increasingly hostile regulatory environment, fuel shortages,… more»

Family Truckster? 1972 Plymouth Suburban

Well, it’s not as ugly as the Griswold’s ride, perhaps it’s the lack of faux wood scattered all about the exterior that gives this whammer-jammer of a Plymouth a pass. But pea-green it is! Chevrolet and Ford full-size wagons… more»

Barn Bound Since ’79: 1968 Chevrolet Corvette

Plucked from a barn where it resided since 1979 is this ’68 Chevrolet Corvette. It seems odd that barn jail was this ‘Vette’s fate once it attained the ripe young age of only eleven years. Whatever the case, the… more»

Twin-Cam Special! 1974 Lotus Europa

A Lotus Europa is one of those cars that you recognize the moment that you see it. Its raised, extended rear section/flying buttress design, surrounding the mid-engine bay, is most distinctive. While a fairly low production volume car, I… more»

Fuel-Injected Find: 1971 Volvo 1800E

OK, I’ll admit it, I have never been a Volvo fan. I know of their safety and durability attributes but they always left me as odd cars that only appealed to a certain demographic. Granted, the last few years… more»

Black Plate 1952 Chevrolet Business Coupe

Sometimes colors can reach right out and grab you. And that’s what happened with this 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Special Business Coupe. The second I caught the color I thought, “that looks like the ’50s.” And of course, being a… more»

Better Than A Barn Find: 1941 Ford Super De Luxe Coupe

The seller tells his audience that this 1941 Ford Super De Luxe Coupe (not a Club Wagon as advertised) is a 95 percenter as it is 95% ready to go. It’s also listed as original with most of the… more»

Affordable Luxury? 1989 Bentley Eight

When one thinks of esteemed British luxury cars, Rolls-Royce is probably the vaunted marque that first comes to mind. But take a Rolls, knock off a slice of pretentiousness, add a share of sportiness and voila, you have a… more»

Indy Pace Car? 1950 Mercury Convertible

This is a nice find, a lead-sled rag-top! And best of all, based on its flanks, it appears that this example was an Indy pace car for the 1950 Indianapolis 500 race! But there is no claim to that… more»

BF Classified: 1962 Dodge Dart

Here is a first-year example of ChryCo’s “down-sized” Dodge B-platform offering in the form of a Dart. While it is not stated specifically, this car appears to be a 330 trim level but let’s take a close look at… more»

Parking Lot Find: 1956 Cadillac Sedan De Ville

It is interesting how people position their cars for sale photography. Some are done really well, others not so much so and some are just, well weird. This ’56 Cadillac is one of those, rather unusual ones. That being… more»

1967 Chevrolet Camaro 327 Project

Last week we reviewed a ’68 Chevrolet Camaro that had a bit of a controversial aspect to its listing and readers responded in kind, many thanks to all for your comments. Today, we are going to stay in a… more»

No Negotiating: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

The Art of The Deal assumes that there is some kind of art involved in deal-making. So, when there’s no dealing, I guess there’s no use for art. And that sounds like the case with this ’68 Chevrolet Camaro,… more»

BF Classified: 1962 MG Midget

Things have changed over the years, in the last few, probably more dramatically than at any other time. Nowadays, it would be tough to consider the name “Midget” as appropriate for an automobile but if you think logically about… more»

Low-Mile Driver: 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

Talk about going from a sow’s ear into a silk purse! When the newly “restyled” Chevy Caprice arrived on the scene in mid-’90 as a ’91 model, it wasn’t exactly met with open arms. It looked like a cross… more»

LS Swapped Short Bed: 1979 Chevrolet C10

Having grown-up with the Chevrolet small-block engine and wrenched on innumerable I figured its reign as the “be everything” engine would never end. Slowly but surely, it is being passed aside by its replacement, the “LS” series and its… more»