No Reserve Pony: 1985 Ford Mustang GT

While T-Tops were all the rage in the 1980s, the Ford Mustang isn’t the first vehicle that most folks think of when discussing the unique design feature. However, Ford did indeed create a T-Top variant of the “Fox Body,”… more»

52k-Mile Survivor: 1990 Toyota Pickup 4×4

As vehicles from the 1980s and 1990s earn more recognition, even practical and somewhat commonplace models fetch a pretty penny in survivor quality condition. Toyota’s various compact pickup truck models hold their value extremely well, especially because many of… more»

Unrestored Survivor: 1981 Toyota Hilux 4×4

When it comes to compact pickup trucks, the models produced by Toyota are some of the most renowned, and also some of the best at holding their value. This 1981 Toyota Hilux 4×4 that’s available here on eBay is… more»

T-Top Driver: 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

I’m a huge fan of General Motors’ G-Body platform. Of the various different models under its umbrella, Chevrolet’s Monte Carlo SS always catches my eye when I spot one out on the roads. This 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS… more»

Low Mile ‘Vo: 1985 Volvo 240 GL Wagon

Volvo’s 200 Series is a simple vehicle, yet it is very beloved among enthusiasts. Although the company sold 2.8 million units worldwide, finding a pristine and low-mile example is somewhat of a challenge. However, this 1985 Volvo 240 GL… more»

Turbodiesel Coupe: 1984 Mercedes-Benz 300CD

When it comes to large and luxurious coupe models, there’s no denying that Mercedes-Benz manufactured some of the finest on the market. It’s also a bonus if your Benz coupe features one of the company’s reliable diesel engines, such… more»

Unmodified Driver: 1991 Honda CR-X Si

When speaking about nimble and fun-to-drive compact sports cars, it would be wrong not to mention Honda’s CR-X. Clean examples of the hatchback are hard to come by these days, but this unmodified 1991 Honda CR-X Si that is… more»

37k-Mile Survivor: 1985 Jeep CJ-7

Jeep models have earned a reputation for their rugged and utilitarian principles, but unfortunately, that results in most Jeep models being long on the tooth – especially classic ones. However, that’s not the case with this 1985 Jeep CJ-7… more»

Cute Commuter: 1986 Honda City

Honda is well known in the United States for its compact models such as the Civic and CR-X, but now that it is eligible for import, examples of the even smaller Honda City are finally making its way to… more»

Police Pony: 1991 Ford Mustang SSP LX Coupe

Most drivers are familiar with police vehicles being large domestic sedans or SUVs, but from 1982 to 1993, Ford produced the Mustang SSP. The Mustang SSP is a lightweight police car package that utilizes various additional features unavailable to… more»

14k-Mile T-Bird: 1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe

I’m a big fan of Ford’s 9th-generation Thunderbird, especially the Turbo Coupe variation. Perhaps I’m biased, because one of my best friends owns a pristine Turbo Coupe, but I love how it combines performance and luxury into a distinctive… more»

Survivor Subie: 1986 Subaru Brat

While Subaru is mostly known these days for its successful Impreza and Legacy models, fans of the company admire the BRAT, a unique, car-based pickup that stands for “Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter.” This 1986 BRAT is available here on… more»

Manual Muscle: 1981 Pontiac Firebird Formula

Finding affordable classic muscle cars isn’t an easy task these days, especially if you want a driver-quality example that won’t make you wince when driving it among the unpredictable public. Luckily, Barn Finds reader Pat L. came across this… more»

Suicide Door Sedan: 1964 Lincoln Continental Barn Find!

One of the more noteworthy vehicles from the 1960s is the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental, which the company produced from 1961-1969. The model was notorious for its rear-hinged rear doors, commonly known as “suicide doors.” Barn Finds reader Kevin found… more»

Two For One: 1972 BMW 2002Tii + BMW 320i

While most newer luxury vehicles incorporate excessive integration of technology, this wasn’t always the case, especially for BMW. Older models produced by the company combined handsome styling and nimble handling without an overwhelming amount of comfort features, which is… more»

1994 Nissan Autech Homy Furaibow 4×4 Diesel Oddball!

I’ve always been quite a big fan of Japanese vehicles, especially some of the oddly designed but uber-practical vans produced in the 80s and 90s. While the Ford Econoline we just featured represents a quintessentially American entrance into #vanlife,… more»