Nicest One Left? 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

The second generation of the Chevy Chevelle was popular when new and still in demand with collectors today. Probably because there were so many SS models that appeal to muscle car aficionados. While this particular coupe isn’t an SS… more»

440 Six-Pack: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

Both Plymouth and Dodge gained a mid-size muscle car in 1968, Plymouth had the Road Runner while the Dodge got the Super Bee. The Super Bee was based on the Dodge Coronet two-door coupe and would be produced for… more»

Muscle Car Project: 1968 Oldsmobile 4-4-2

While the 4-4-2 (aka 442) came out the same year as the Pontiac GTO (1964), its following developed more slowly. It would not become its own series until 1968-71, which was during the heyday of the U.S. muscle car…. more»

16k Mile Survivor: 1969 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

The Chevy Corvair was revolutionary in that it’s still the only American designed, mass-produced passenger car with a rear-mounted, air-cooled engine. It was part compact and part sports car, unlike the more conventional automobiles it first competed against. But… more»

Cheap Project? 1971 Chevrolet Camaro

The long-awaited redesign of the first-generation Chevy Camaro’s came early in the 1970 calendar year. They were stalled due to some production delays and 1969 model assemblies were extended by a few months. As a result, the 1971’s were… more»

Turbo-Charged 4-Speed: 1984 Buick Skyhawk T-Type

The second generation of the Buick Skyhawk (1982-89) was the corporate cousin of other GM FWD compact cars built on the same platform, the Chevy Cavalier, Olds Firenza, Pontiac Sunbird and Cadillac Cimarron. The T-Type was the 1980s equivalent… more»

Halloween Prop? 1953 Cadillac Hearse/Ambulance

Cadillac built nearly 110,00 automobiles in 1953 and a small number of them were converted into ambulances and hearses by Meteor Motor Car Co. If you need to be taken to the hospital or to your final resting place,… more»

Fire Sale: 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Project

By 1964, the Impala Super Sport (SS) had come into its own. More than one-third of all Impala two-door hardtops made that year were SS models. In terms of engines, the Impala SS could be ordered from mild to… more»

Worth Saving? 1974 Pontiac GTO

The GTO was a hot property in the 1960s, but by 1974 it was an option package on the compact Ventura. That would be its last year until a brief resurrection in 2004 on an Australian-based GM model. This… more»

Original Paint: 1973 Dodge Challenger Desert Find

Dodge was a hold-out coming to the pony car party. Whereas the Ford Mustang and Plymouth Barracuda started the ball rolling in 1964, the Dodge Challenger wouldn’t arrive until the 1970 model year. It would share its underpinnings with… more»

S-Code 390: 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Ford Mustang got its first styling update in 1967. But nothing that changed its looks. Sales weren’t as robust as they were in 1965-66, but how can you top 1.2 million units anyway? This fastback was an S-Code… more»

1959 Plymouth Belvedere Barn Find

1959 was the third and final year of the original “Forward Look” Chrysler cars that had set the industry on fire – styling-wise, that is. Whereas the ’58 Plymouths had been largely warmed-over ‘57s, the ‘59s would take space-age… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1968 AMC Javelin

By 1968, there was only one American Motors car left that carried the Rambler name, the American. The powers-that-be felt that the name – which had been used by AMC since 1954 – left the company with a stodgy… more»

1-Of-97: 1966 Cord Sportsman 8/10

For a brief time in the 1960s, there was an attempt to bring the storied Cord 810/812 back to life. It wasn’t the effort of some major corporate executives, but an individual who pulled in resources from all over… more»

Mini-Corvette! 1970 Opel GT

I remember going into a Buick dealership as a teen around 1972 and seeing an Opel GT parked right next to an Electra 225. Strange pairing to say the least. It would be interesting to know what GM’s logic… more»

Cuda Clone: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda

This ‘70s pony car is in the midst of an interesting transition. What started out life as a rather ordinary 1973 Barracuda with a 318 V8 is well on its way to becoming a 1971 ‘Cuda with a 383… more»