Gold Nugget: 1967 Dodge Charger

When Dodge introduced the first-generation Charger to the buying public in 1966, I’m guessing they had no idea what a success story that nameplate would hold for the Chrysler Corporation throughout automotive history.  Now in its seventh generation, it’s… more»

37k Mile Beauty! 1997 Mercedes-Benz SL600 V12

The Mercedes SL Class is a grand touring sports car, equipped with plenty of everything to ensure that the driver has a great experience every time he or she gets behind the wheel.  And since I haven’t seen all… more»

Story: Happy Ending! 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘cuda

Upon first glance, what you see here looks like a pretty harrowing sight- a 1970 Plymouth ‘cuda that has decades of crud all over it and hasn’t been moved since the eighties.  And it’s not just your run of… more»

South American Rarity: 1976 Ford Dentside Carryall

While I’m sure many Barn Finds readers have heard of the Ford Carryall, it’s not a vehicle I had remembered seeing before, and it was fun doing the research and learning about the interesting history of this uncommon early… more»

Godfather Mobile: 1941 Lincoln Continental

Whenever I see a 1941 Lincoln Continental, the first thing that comes to my mind is the unfortunate toll booth incident involving Sonny in “The Godfather”.  The story goes that the producers just drilled holes in Sonny’s Continental to… more»

Dodge Dilemma: 1970 Dodge Challenger SE

Dodge built the first generation Challengers from 1970 through 1974, and for the debut year, you could get one of five different models (six if you count the West Coast only Western Sport Special, but that one’s another story). … more»

Big Block 4-Speed: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1969 Chevrolet Corvette was only the second model year for the C3, which Chevy produced from 1968 through 1982, so the 1969 Stingray coupe being offered for sale here is pretty early in the C3 run.  1969 was… more»

50k Miles? 1969 Dodge Charger

Is the glass half empty or half full?  That’s the cliche that keeps coming to my mind as I look over this 1969 Dodge Charger.  The second-generation Charger was produced from 1968 through 1970 and is still a hot… more»

Potent Pontiac: 1994 Firebird Firehawk Formula

While the fourth and final generation of the Pontiac Firebird may not be hailed as a favorite among many F-Body fans, it is simply unfair to say that they didn’t have some great moments now and then.  The fourth-generation… more»

Western Wasp: 1951 Hudson Hornet

The Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit has roots going all the way back to 1909, and in 1954 they merged with Nash-Kelvinator to form American Motors Corporation.  Although AMC re-introduced the Hornet name in 1970, the first generation… more»

Rare Go Pack Option: 1969 AMC AMX

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, car manufacturers were using some interesting marketing campaigns to call attention to the high-performance vehicles in their lineups.  One of the more memorable campaigns was the first generation of the Dodge Scat… more»

Rebel Machine Wagon: 1979 AMC Concord V8

AMC vehicles have always had a special place in my heart, as the car I learned to drive on was my dad’s 1977 Gremlin.  I’m thankful to this day that he insisted I learn to drive in a car… more»

Upgraded Small Block: 1971 Chevrolet Corvette

The third generation of the Chevrolet Corvette began with the 1968 year model and ran all the way through 1982, so the 1971 coupe being offered here is still pretty early in the C3 run.  While the compression ratio… more»

390 Powered: 1963 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

1963 was the end of the road for the third generation Ford Thunderbird, which only lasted for three model years between 1961-1963.  Ford managed to sell over 63,000 Thunderbirds in 1963, but less than 6,000 were convertibles so the… more»

2,132 Miles: 1968 Plymouth GTX

When Plymouth introduced the GTX in 1967, it was often referred to as a “gentleman’s hot rod” because of all the luxury and trim options available.  It came standard with lots of performance goodies including a 440 cubic inch… more»

Stalled Stingray: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

I’m guessing more Barn Finds readers have been there than not.  You spot a car you like, one you really like, and envision how great the finished product is going to be.  It needs restoration, but you buy it… more»