4X4 Project: 1972 Ford Bronco

After being absent from the market for more than 20 years, Ford is bringing back the Bronco in 2021 as a mid-sized SUV derived from the new Ford Ranger. The original Bronco was launched in 1966 to compete with… more»

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401 V-8: 1973 AMC Gremlin X + Levi

The Gremlin was the quirky little car that AMC managed to sell more than 670,000 of in the 1970s. One of the coolest versions was the Gremlin X, which could be combined with a Levi’s option package and a… more»

Cheap Cosworth: 1976 Chevrolet Vega + Parts Car

The Vega will not go down in the history books as Chevrolet’s finest hour. It was a car hurried into production that ended up having a lot of problems. But one car from the Vega’s eight-year run has surfaced… more»

Stored Since ’78: 1963 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

The 1962-64 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk (or GT Hawk) was the last iteration of the Golden Hawk series that began in 1956. As development dollars were few in the last days at Studebaker, designer Brooks Stevens pulled off a… more»

Possible Z/28? 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS

1970 was the year of the first redesign of the successful Chevy Camaro. It was launched in 1967 as a counter-measure against the wildly popular Ford Mustang. It was sleeker than before and sold so well that the second… more»

1 of 1812: 1959 Edsel Corsair

In college marketing classes around the country, the Edsel failure often comes up as part of a case study. While it certainly was not a great car, it wasn’t a bad car either. Ford’s marketing research missed the mark… more»

Ex-USAF Survivor: 1972 Ford Econoline Club Wagon

For more than 50 years, the Ford Econoline was a staple in the full-size van market. From 1961-2014, it served business fleets, tradesmen, organizations, and families with a straight-forward product. The second generation ran from 1969-74, which includes the… more»

1973 Chevrolet Nova SS With A 307?

Once a formidable, compact-sized muscle car, the Nova SS for 1973 had become an option package that included appearance items and a heavy-duty suspension. It could be had with any engine on the Nova hit parade, for which the… more»

Barn Find 1970 Opel Kadett 1900 L Wagon

If you research the Opel brand, it’s mind-boggling as to how many versions of the Kadett you’ll find. The Kadett “B”, which this car is based on, was hugely popular in Germany, selling 2.6 million units. You could buy… more»

55k Mile 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454!

Chevrolet got into the personal luxury segment in 1970 with its new Monte Carlo. The car sold like hot cakes in its first year, so changes for the next year would be few, sharing its platform with Pontiac’s Grand… more»

Fishbowl Find: 1966 GM TDH-4519 Bus

The “New Look” municipal transit bus was produced from 1958 to 1977 by the Truck and Coach Division of General Motors. It’s commonly referred to as the “Fishbowl” for its six-piece rounded windshield that was later replaced by a… more»

Ready For Restoration: 1973 Dodge Charger SE

The third generation of Dodge’s Charger ran from 1971-74 with the fuselage styling common on that era of Chrysler products. One of the most visible changes going into the ’73 model year was on the SE models, which had… more»

37k Mile 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

  NOTE 9/18/20: Some of our astute readers are telling us this is not a real Formula S, but a 318 with a 340 added later along with the hood markings. The Formula S was a limited production of… more»

Spirit of ‘76: 1976 Dodge Dart Sport

Back in the ‘70s, Chrysler’s marketing gurus had a lot of marketing gimmicks up their sleeves. They were always coming up with special trim packages, especially for cars like the Dodge Dart. In 1976, when the Dart was on… more»

1 Of 724: 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe Convertible

Chrysler sold nearly 100,000 cars for 1954 and the New Yorker Deluxe convertible was a small portion of that at 724 units. The New Yorker Deluxe was the top-of-the-line car at Chrysler in 1954 as the Imperial was another… more»

Rough Small Block: 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

It’s a shame that so many cars (and other products) get listed online, get sold and then the buyer backs out or disappears, for whatever reason. This 1971 Barracuda had the same experience, so the seller is giving it… more»