EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Dodge Coronet 440 Survivor

It might be a four-door, but Reader Angelo C’s Coronet 440 sure looks like a great find! It has a few bumps and bruises, but having seen just 66k miles it’s actually in nice shape overall. Under the hood… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1974 Chevrolet C10

We don’t normally get too excited about restored vehicles, but Reader Seth S’s C10 is one sweet truck! It’s in amazing shape, but he’s ready to move on to the next project. He’s provided a ton of photos so… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Well Documented 1965 Jaguar 3.8S

What Makes It Special? Originally a U.S. Ambassador’s car which comes with all the original shipping paperwork and other documentation from Jaguar. Fun fact: Bill of Sale from Jaguar is for $1.00 – the cheapest new Jaguar ever. It… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1958 Chevrolet Impala With An LT1!

When reader Dennis R bought this Impala, he had planned on putting it back together with an LT1 V8, but as things often go, life got in the way. He can’t stand to see it sit in his barn… more»

BF Success Story: 1984 Chevrolet Corvette For $4k!

UPDATE 8/26/2019 – From Paul – Thank you to the good folks at Barn Finds! My 1984 Corvette featured here sold in six days and at the full asking price. What’s not to like? I really appreciated the suggestions… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

For most manufacturers, the muscle car era ended with the 1973 oil crisis, but there were a few holdouts that tried to keep the flame alive. The Firebird Trans Am is probably the most recognizable of these holdouts. They… more»

Three W123 Mercedes For $3,500!

Yes, this trio of Mercedes W123s are all in rough shape, but Reader George S is asking just $3,500 for all of them. While they are rough, all three run with the 240D being a driver as-is. Robert had… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1970 Olds Toronado With 11k Miles!

After being parked for most of its life, this Toronado is still in great shape. Reader Tedd Z has been tasked by the owner to find a new home for it and given how well it cleaned up, we… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Buick Skylark Wildcat 310 Convertible

Reader Heidi G has been tasked with helping the owner of this Buick Skylark Convertible project find a new owner. It has been parked for a number of years and is obviously going to need work, but it appears… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1961 Imperial Southampton

Back in June, we featured John C’s Imperial that you see above. It ended up selling quickly to Reader Jim O, who had it shipped to his home in Connecticut. He got it running and started working on making… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1946 Chevrolet Farm Truck

When it comes to big farm trucks, Chevrolet built some really great looking trucks in the late 1940s! Reader David T has decided to list his 1946 Chevy farm truck and while it needs work, it’s complete, solid, and… more»

READER AD: 1984 Nissan Datsun 300ZX

Early Datsun Z cars are big these days, with nice 240Zs fetching pretty serious money. While later examples, such as the 260, 280 and 300ZXs aren’t as desirable, they still are great cars and are definitely going up in… more»

READER AD: 1987 Chevrolet Blazer

Classic SUVs are really starting to gain interest with collectors, but most of these rigs have been driven to death. This Blazer is a refreshingly clean example that is in nice solid condition. It’s ready to drive, but will… more»

READER AD: 1992 Cadillac Brougham With 29k Miles

Having spent much of its life parked in the original owner’s climate-controlled garage, this Cadillac is in beautiful condition inside and out. Having covered just 29k miles, it runs and drives great, so be sure to take a closer… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Documented 1971 Dodge Super Bee

Reader Roger C found this Super Bee parked in the back in the back of the previous owner garage, where it had spend the past 20 years. It turned out, the car had been featured in the February 1993… more»

READER AD: 1983 Zimmer Golden Spirit Coupe

If you are into unique and odd vehicles, look no further than Reader Robert D’s Zimmer Golden Spirit Coupe! This neo-classic luxury cruiser was the brainchild of Paul Zimmer as an attempt to recapture the grandeur and style of… more»