Edselchero?? 1959 Edsel Villager Pickup Conversion

I did a double take when I saw this one listed on eBay. What do you call this? A Villachero? An Edselchero? The seller says right out of the gate, “If you want to turn heads at your local… more»

1 of 1,987: Limited-Edition America II 1986 Cadillac Eldorado

  “America II is to yachting what Cadillac is to automobiles – an American standard for the world.”  That’s how Cadillac positioned its special limited-edition Eldorado that was a byproduct of Cadillac becoming the first corporate sponsor of the… more»

Mod California Wrecker: 1969 Ford F-250 4×4 Highboy

…and now for something completely different. Check out this California Cool 1969 Ford F-250 Highboy Wrecker that has been well maintained and is still up for the job. As Nick the seller states, “This is NOT a tired, worn-out… more»

California Cool: 1965 Buick Riviera

From a styling (and performance) perspective, 1965 was a magnificent year for the American auto industry. Especially at GM. And they didn’t roll off the assembly line any more magnificent looking than the 1965 Buick Riviera. To me, it’s… more»

Solid and Stately: 1954 Lincoln Capri 4-Door Sedan

For model year 1954, Lincoln’s styling showed minimal changes from a new look introduced in 1952. About the only story to advertise was on the performance side where the restyled and faster Lincolns had won the Mexican Road Race… more»

24k Mile Original Survivor! 1950 Packard Eight Sedan

The decade of the Fabulous ’50’s didn’t start out well for the Packard Motor Car Company (and wouldn’t end well, either). By 1950, Packard was losing ground in the luxury car field to rival Cadillac in sales as well… more»

No Reserve, 67k Mile Survivor: 1973 Volkswagen Thing

Just in time for pumpkin season is this Pumpkin Orange 1973 VW Thing. I can’t get over how clean, original, and solid (and rust free) it is considering the rough life these convertible breadboxes often led. If you wanted… more»

One Owner Survivor: 1965 Lincoln Continental Sedan

I’d love to know the full story behind this beautiful ’65 Lincoln Continental four-door sedan. The seller only gives the most basic of basic details in the ad: “Very clean, all original one-owner car. 55k original miles.”  The supplied photos… more»

Original Driver: 1992 Ford Mustang LX Convertible

No, this pretty blue Mustang wasn’t photographed on a steep incline or upgrade. For some reason, the seller took only portrait mode photos (maybe he/she has a landscape photo mode phobia) and most feature the Mustang at an extreme… more»

Ready New Owner: 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix

Set the wayback machine to 1976 and all a couple needed to celebrate the Bicentennial in style was a blue leisure suit and blue polyester pantsuit to compliment the Firethorn Red and white Landau vinyl top of this ’76… more»

Rare Drop Top: 1960 Studebaker Lark Convertible

The front cover of the 1960 Studebaker Lark sales booklet is a curious one. The atmospheric nighttime photo shows a well-to-do couple (he’s in a tux, she’s in a flowing red evening dress) casually leaning against a Jonquil Yellow… more»

Very Clean and Very Green: 1978 Ford Pinto Runabout

As a former Pinto owner (my twin brother and I received a new, rather stripped down, Pinto MPG Wagon in 1975 from our generous parents because we were going away to college), it’s hard at times to realize that… more»

Sat 24 Years Under Trees: 1952 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup

This cool old Chevy farm truck has potential – and patina – written all over it. It’s from Central Kansas, was last registered in 1999, and was rescued from a tree row where it had sat for more than… more»

Rare Cat: 1972 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Cobra Jet

For 1971, Ford’s Mustang got a new longer, wider, and overall bigger look. That also meant its Cougar cousin from the Mercury side of the family got the same since it shared much of its body shell with the… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Ford F-250 Ranger Camper Special

Camper Trucks became more mainstream (no pun intended) in the mid-1950’s and were good options for the outdoorsman type, especially fishermen, who could pull a boat and camp off-road in their slide-in camper without roughing it. They’re still being… more»

Mist Green Mopar: 1973 Plymouth Duster

I was a senior in high school in 1973, the year this Duster came out. Since I lived across the street from school, I fortunately had to walk through the student parking lot to get to our school’s main… more»