Street Rod Projects: Trio of 1930s Fords

The Ford Model B (and its variants) replaced the Great Depression-era Model A in 1932. They are significant because they were the first to use Ford’s new flathead V8 engine and proved popular as modified street racers. The seller… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback

If you worked on the Ford assembly in the mid-1960s, you didn’t get much rest. And probably had more overtime than you wanted. From mid-1964 through the end of the 1966 model year, Ford built an unbelievable 1.3 million… more»

Pair of 1950s Hemi Barn Find Chryslers!

The Imperial was Chrysler’s most luxurious car in the 1950s and the “Letter Series” Mopar was Chrysler’s first foray into the performance arena. The seller here has managed (through a lien) to come across one each of those unique,… more»

Tri-Five V8: 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

The 1956 Chevrolet was akin to a middle child. By today’s standards, the first year of the “Tri-Fives” was like the first born, and the third year was like the last born, leaving the middle year to sometimes get… more»

Small Block Project: 1973 Chevrolet Camaro

The second generation of the Chevy Camaro had a lengthy production run, from 1970 to 81. In the early years, annual changes would usually be few, so the 1973 models looked a lot like the 1972s. This ’73 edition… more»

Needs Completion: 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

The 1965 model year would be a big one for Chevrolet. It was the first time that a U.S. auto manufacturer would build more than three million cars and trucks in a single year and Chevy had that honor…. more»

Future SS Clone? 1970 Chevrolet Nova

The Chevy Nova was in its ninth year of production in 1970, having dropped the Chevy II prefix the year before. Most of the examples you see today are restored Super Sports or clones of the same cars. But… more»

1 of 1 LS6 454 V8: 1970 Chevrolet El Camino

Only about 4,500 Chevelles and El Caminos were built in 1970 with the LS6 454 V8 that produced nearly one horsepower per cubic inch. Maybe 10-12% of those were El Camino’s and the seller says this pickup has been… more»

Sign of the Cat!1971 Mercury Cougar

The Mercury Cougar debuted in 1967 to join Ford’s Mustang in what was becoming the “pony car” wars. But when the second generation was introduced in 1971, Mercury changed directions, preferring to instead target buyers of GM cars like… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1947 Indian Chief 74

The Indian Chief motorcycle was first built by Hendee Manufacturing Co. and later by Indian Motorcycle Co. from 1922 until the company’s demise in 1953. A Chief, like this 1947 edition, is one of those desirable bikes that pops… more»

Barn Find: 1937 Chevrolet Business Coupe

Chevrolet would invest a bundle in getting its most altered cars in eight years to market in 1937. Available in either Master or Master DeLuxe trim, production would exceed 815,000 units, keeping Chevy in first place behind Ford and… more»

Split Window Icon: 1963 Chevrolet Corvette

In Corvette circles, the 1963 Stingray coupe is perhaps the “Holy Grail”. It featured a fixed roof with a large back window that was split down the center with a body-colored bar. That would be a one-year styling cue,… more»

Blue Workhorse: 1963 Ford F100 “Wrongbed”

In 1961, Ford redesigned its trucks to go with “unibody” or unit-body construction. That turned out to be an engineering mishap as the bodies couldn’t twist or give enough under heavy loads, sometimes causing doors to not function properly…. more»

Rare ZL1 427 V8: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Working through the COPO process at Chevrolet (Central Office Production Order), a racing-oriented Chevy dealer ordered 50 specially equipped Camaro’s. Core to these automobiles was a ZL1 light-weight 427 cubic inch V8 that was suitable for drag racing. This… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1969 Ford Mustang

The leader of the “pony car” pack, the Mustang, was in its fifth year in 1969. It got a fresh, new look and some more muscle under the hood, which enabled Ford to deliver 300,000 units for the model… more»

One-Of-A-Kind? 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Most first-generation Camaro enthusiasts gravitate to SS or RS models where muscle or style is the name of the game. But this restored example from 1969 is a departure from both and – given its assortment of options –… more»