1 of 250: 1988 Porsche 944 Celebration Edition

UPDATE – The seller has relisted this one here on eBay with no reserve! FROM 11/6/18 – The seller of this 1988 Porsche 944 Celebration Edition makes… more»

Fiberglass Fun: 1970 Meyers Manx SR

Bruce Meyers kicked off a craze in 1964 with his Volkswagen-based Meyers Manx dune buggy; here was a low-cost, easy-to-build, fun, lightweight beach car to perfectly embody… more»

Long and Low (Miles): 1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 75

For over fifty years, from 1936 to 1987, few cars in America conferred as much instant respect as a Cadillac Fleetwood 75 limousine. These stately, factory-built limos… more»

Perfectly Preserved: 58K-Mile 1985 Toyota Celica GT

My favorite classes in college, where I majored in Historic Preservation, had to do with the study of material culture. Essentially, material culture is the stuff we make,… more»

Good Starting Point: 1956 Continental Mark II

The Continental Mark II was the most expensive American-built car of 1956 (eclipsed by the Cadillac Eldorado Brougham in 1957, its second and final year), and restored… more»

$700 Project: 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

I’ve been known to preach the Corvair gospel around here, extolling Chevy’s little rear-engined gem as a bargain classic. But there are bargains, and then there’s just cheap…. more»

We Build Excitement: 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo

“We build excitement!” Pontiac ads crowed in the 1980s and ’90s, and while many elements of Pontiac’s late-20th century conception of excitement may not have aged super… more»

1 of 50 4-Speeds: 1966 Rambler Rogue

If you don’t mind a little quirkiness—and maybe a little residual perceived dorkiness—there are a lot of great classic car bargains still to be found from American… more»

Streamlined Barn Find: 1935 Nash Advanced Six

You might be a bit confused if you click through to the craigslist ad for this barn find Nash, as it lists the car as a 1934… more»

Old School, Like New: 1986 Ford LTD Country Squire

Sales of the evergreen Ford LTD Crown Victoria dropped by 33% from 1985 to 1986, from about 185,000 to about 124,000. What happened? Maybe it was age—the… more»

Highly Optioned: 1966 Chevrolet Suburban

In younger days, my mom used to fantasize about buying a travel trailer and a mid-’60s Suburban like this ’66 to tow it. I’m not sure why… more»

Early Bird: 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

This 1962 Studebaker is the 281st Gran Turismo Hawk built, its October 1961 build date near the beginning of a three-year run for this elegant Thunderbird challenger…. more»

Roll Your Own Classic: Delahaye 165 Wood Forming Buck

We’re all experts at forming sheetmetal here at Barn Finds, right? So a project like, say, building a replica of one of the most sensuously curvaceous interwar… more»

1970-72 Opel GT Package Deal

Imagine my disappointment: my dad and my grandmother both had Opel GTs—my dad’s was blue and my grandmother’s butterscotch, examples of each of which appear in the… more»

Performance Bargain: 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1

Trolling through used-car classifieds long enough will make a cynic out of just about anyone, so I’m sure many of us will have a hard time taking… more»

1990 VSE Jackrabbit Project

Volkswagen-based kit cars are a dime a dozen…Volkswagen Beetle-based kit cars, that is. But when famed ex-GM engineer and racer Herb Adams attempted to update the kit… more»

Sports Wagon: 1992 BMW M5 Touring

For fans of BMW wagons (of which I count myself one), this is pretty close to a holy grail car: an E34 M5 Touring, one of only… more»

Rare Roller: 1976 Dino/Ferrari 208 GT4

How many opportunities do you think you’ll come across to buy a 1-of-840-made Ferrari for just $15,000? Not many, I’m sure—but obviously, at this price point, there… more»

Big Block Survivor: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon

I’ve never owned a car with fewer than four doors, so I don’t get the antipathy many of my fellow car nuts feel for sedans, but as… more»

Worth Restoring: 1962 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet

Along with the 600 limousine, the W111 and W112 cabriolets are among the most highly valued Mercedes-Benzes of the 1960s, and for a good, very simple reason:… more»

What To Do? Wrecked 60k Mile 1970 Pontiac Catalina

Oh, no! This otherwise extremely nice, original 1970 Pontiac Catalina sedan has been the victim of a nasty bump to the rear end—and consequently carries a branded… more»

Designer Barn Find: 1979 Lincoln Mark V Bill Blass Edition

The seller of this snazzy two-tone Lincoln is playing coy with the facts (or maybe they simply don’t know), but I won’t: label snobs, we have ourselves… more»

Patriotic Pack: Three Porsche 914s For $2,750

Hey, even import car fans can still love America. (For that matter, I suppose even Francophiles can love German cars, too—whatever floats your boat, friend.) And there’s… more»

Short Wheel Base Survivor: 1966 Porsche 912

Once upon a time, early Porsche 911s and (especially) 912s were somewhat accessible classics—never cheap to actually own, mind you, but not outrageously expensive to buy. In some… more»