Original Survivor: 1947 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan

You don’t see these every day. In fact, it’s only the second 1947 Lincoln Zephyr we’ve ever featured here on Barn Finds and I can’t recall ever seeing one at a car show. As is quite common in vehicles… more»

Grandpa’s Low-Mileage Survivor: 1968 Ford Bronco

With their popularity in the vintage truck market showing no signs of slowing down, we have featured quite a number of first-generation Broncos here on Barn Finds. They seem to generally fall into two condition camps: rough, rusty, and… more»

One Owner, Low Mileage Survivor: 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport

Take a gander of this super clean 1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4×4. Although total sales reached three million over its successful 18 model year run from 1984 to 2001, you’re seeing less and less XJ’s in this kind of… more»

Green Dream Machine: 1954 Kaiser Darrin Roadster

I’m not sure what the story is behind the paint selection on this rare 1954 Kaiser Darrin (you’re looking at #88 of only 435 ever produced), but it looks gorgeous. Although Darrins weren’t offered in this particular shade of green… more»

Restoration Candidate? 1973 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe

In 1965 when I was ten, my dad bought his first new car: a Ruby Red ’65 VW Beetle. I remember tagging along with him to the small VW dealership in town one Saturday. As Dad was “negotiating” with… more»

Original Paint: 1956 Dodge C Series Survivor

This is the fifth solid-survivor vintage pickup truck I’ve written about in the past month. And most haven’t been Fords or Chevys, but the “other brands,” including International and Studebaker. Now I can add a “Job Rated” 1956 Dodge… more»

A Spartan Survivor: 1959 Studebaker Scotsman

Here’s a rare one. Studebaker only offered the low-priced, spartan Scotsman pickup for two model years: 1958 and 1959. And this one can be put in the survivor category, plus it’s been owned by one family for 63 years… more»

A Little Thing: 1973 VW Thing Shorty

If somebody pointed at this unusual-looking two-seater and said, “What is THAT Thing,?” well, they’d be halfway right. It’s a 1973 Volkswagen Thing that’s had a major “midsection reduction” and is now officially a Shorty. Just when you thought… more»

1 of 260 Built: 1974 Plymouth Road Runner

Good things can come in small packages. In this case, a good thing came in a large enclosed transporter. The seller bought this ’74 Road Runner about five years ago, sight unseen, and had it shipped from Oregon to… more»

Golden Opportunity? Rare 1956 DeSoto Adventurer

In 1955, Chrysler launched the first luxury, high-performance muscle car salvo with the iconic C-300. Some called it the “Beautiful Brute” which is an accurate moniker. The totally redesigned ’55 Chrysler coupe was an awesome package of 50’s high… more»

Faded Glory: 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Sedan

When I look at these photographs, it makes me a bit sad because I can imagine what this beauty looked like sparkling new. But the photos also intrigue me and creep me out a little bit as well. I’ve… more»

Authentic Western Workhorse: 1972 Dodge D100 Adventurer

It’s no secret that I have an affection for old pickup trucks. And the more original and authentic, the better. Ford and Chevy pickups get the majority of attention, but it’s also refreshing to shine the work light on… more»

Only 3,944 Miles: 1991 Mazda Miata Special Edition

This is only the second 1991 Mazda Miata MX-5 Special Edition in British Racing Green we have featured here on Barn Finds. That first one had just 25,000 miles on it, but this one here has that one beat…. more»

50-Year First Owner: 1972 Datsun 240Z

I was 15 when the 240Z was introduced. I remember vividly seeing my first Z, an orange one just like this, that a neighbor had bought. I couldn’t believe it was a Datsun, who like other Japanese automakers (save… more»

Farm Hay Hauler: 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup

I was scrolling through my local craigslist and spotted this one. You just don’t see these flat-nose pickups anymore. It doesn’t currently run, the mileage is unknown, and it was used four years ago as a farm truck to… more»

Original Paint: 1951 International L-110 Pickup

Vintage trucks continue to grow in popularity and be a bit of a phenomenon . According to Hagerty Insurance, prices for vintage trucks rose more than fifty percent in the past four years. And while I appreciate beautifully restored… more»