Heavy Chevy Package: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle

The “Heavy Chevy” was an entry-level performance Chevelle introduced midway into the 1971 model year, billed as “heavy on looks and light on price”.   The concept was an affordable car that would be inexpensive to maintain and insure.  The… more»

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Low-Mile 1969 Chevrolet Caprice 427 Turbo Jet

Chevrolet introduced the Caprice as a mid-1965 model year entry as a luxury trim package for its Impala.  The car was available with a plethora of options, and if you are looking for a loaded and exceptionally well-preserved example… more»

426 Hemi Equipped: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

1970 was the last year for the first generation Plymouth Road Runner, and what a great 3 year run this car had from 1968 through 1970.  The 1970 model featured a new front and rear end but still had… more»

70k Mile Survivor: 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout

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. Most AMC cars had a distinctive look, and when I was a kid I remember… more»

24,120 Miles! 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

This 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona has so many good things going for it that it’s hard to decide where to begin! It has been off the road since 1973, had the same owner for almost 40 years, and has… more»

16k Mile Survivor! 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

When it comes to the second-generation Camaro, Chevy continued to make the lines a little sleeker as the years went on, and by 1979 they had just about conquered the second-generation body design. Add the Z/28 package and you… more»

31,284 Miles! 1968 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe

The terms “survivor” and “time machine” are frequently used in the vintage car market to capture a potential buyer’s attention, and all too often when you take a closer look at the car it becomes apparent that it is… more»

Stored For Decades: 1938 Ford Pickup

After its Model T was introduced to the public in 1908, Ford wasted no time in taking that design and adapting it into what is now commonly known as the modern-day “pickup truck”. With a one-ton chassis, the first… more»