F1 Driver Fernando Alonso’s Ferrari Enzo

Enzo Anselmo Giuseppe Maria Ferrari was an Italian race car driver and founder of Ferrari. Throughout his life, Ferrari model names were drawn from various influences including places in Italy, engine specs, and racing. However, it wasn’t until fourteen… more»

CadiMax: 1964 Cadillac Duramax 4×4

If an apocalypse ever happens, finding a truck like this 1964 Cadillac will give you a big advantage in creating a MadMax-style survival vehicle. This creation is located Southeast of Phoenix in San Tan Valley, Arizona. According to the seller,… more»

Resto-Mod 4×4: 1978 Ford Bronco

After a decade of sales success, the second-generation Ford Broncos were only produced for two years before the third generation was introduced in 1980. When the full-size Bronco was introduced in 1978 there was no doubt that Ford was… more»

Real or Clone? 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Vintage Mustangs may be the collector car hobby’s most cloned and copied cars. A base car can be altered to look like a Shelby, Hertz, or in this case, a Mach 1. This car may be the real deal,… more»

Third Time Around? 1978 Jeep Honcho J10

Yes, you’ve probably seen this same 1978 Jeep Honcho J10 before. We’ve featured it twice before here on Barn Finds, First in 2018 and most recently in January of this year. It apparently sold in 2018 but didn’t sell a… more»

Rat Rod Corvette? 1958 C1

It isn’t very often you see an early Corvette with a patina like this 1958 has. Since Corvettes are fiberglass, they don’t show layers of paint and primer over surface rust like other cars. This one was originally Silver… more»

Survivor or Restored? 1959 Cadillac Convertible

The 1959 Cadillac marked the literal “height” of jet-age design for American automobiles. The rear fins were the tallest they would ever be and the dual bullet taillights are still considered by many to be the best of the… more»

1969 Dodge Charger SCRAPTONA!

Thirty years ago on a Saturday night in the South, you might find a car like this 1969 Dodge Charger screaming around a dirt track to the crowd’s cheers. Low-budget race teams will throw something together using any pieces… more»

1 of 10! 1938 BMW 328 Factory Recreation

In 1976 the Sbarro factory in Switzerland built 80 recreations of the 1938 BMW 328 roadster with only ten made for export to the United States. This particular car is number six of the ten and can be found… more»

Restore or Replicate? 1941 Ford COE Crew Cab

This 1941 Ford cab-over is offered for sale by Iron City Garage. If you aren’t aware of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based dealer, they are one of the premier sources for vintage patina project trucks in the country. They have about 400K… more»

Field Find: 1973 Volkswagen Bus

During the height of the Volkswagen van craze in the late 2010s, it wasn’t uncommon to see some nice examples bring six figures at auction. Prices have dropped off since then, but their popularity hasn’t waned. This one is… more»

Vintage Alaskan Camper! 1961 Ford F250 4×4

At most car shows, early sixties pickups like this 1961 Ford are a dime a dozen. However, when you add accessories and options like a vintage camper and four-wheel drive, you get an attention-getter. This truck can be found… more»

Commuter Survivor: 1940 Chevy Master 85 Business Coupe

It’s not too often you see a time capsule like this 1940 Chevrolet Business Coupe. The seller says it has been driven most of its life, in fact, they routinely commute about 30 miles round trip with it. It… more»

Crown Vic Killer: 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS

Chevrolet’s Impala nameplate made its production debut in 1958 with the Impala SS introduced in 1961. The Impala name was homogenized with the Caprice until 1985 and was very popular among police and taxi fleets where it competed with… more»

Package Deal: 1948 Jeep Willys & 1950 Ford

A collector on the coast of North Carolina has a couple of nice classic cars available for a bundle price. The first up is a 1948 Willys 2-door wagon. It appears to be a nice project and the seller… more»

1 of 259! 1968 Dodge Charger

Mid to late 1960s Dodge Chargers have some of the most unique grilles in automotive history. The vacuum-operated headlights are disguised with slats that continue the grille from fender to fender. This particular Charger is from 1968 and can… more»