340-4 V8 Project: 1962 Buick Special

The Buick Special nameplate dates to 1936, but for the early 1960s, it would be employed in the company’s first foray into the compact car market. The new car would get some recognition for using its use of an… more»

Rare Super Cobra Jet! 1970 Ford Falcon 429/4-Speed

Most people remember the Falcon as being Ford’s first compact car. When it launched in 1960, it was quite successful and its platform would be later used for other popular Ford products, like the Mustang and Maverick. Fewer people… more»

Still In The Barn: 1963 Ford F-100

The F-100 was the light-duty pickup version of the F-Series trucks that have been offered by Ford since 1948. The F-Series would eventually become the best-selling truck in the U.S. This edition from 1963 has likely been in the… more»

Cars, Parts, and Tools: Shop Liquidation Sale

Here’s one we don’t often see on Barn Finds. A situation where the seller is letting everything go, from cars and parts to tools and possibly even the building and property all this resides in/on. You may be able… more»

82k Mile Survivor: 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was AMC’s top-line automobile from 1957-74. It would hold the honor of being the longest continuously used car nameplate at that time. The 1971 models were part of the car’s seventh generation and competed with the Chevy… more»

Boat-tail Field Find: 1972 Buick Riviera

Buick introduced the Riviera as a personal luxury car in 1963 and it remained part of the line-up for the rest of the 20th Century. While most people think of the late 1950s when it comes to unusual styling,… more»

Basement Find: 1972 Dodge Demon 340/4-Speed

The Demon was Dodge’s version of the successful Plymouth Duster fastback compact. The latter car was so well-received that Dodge lobbied for one of its own and the Demon was born in 1971. Like the Duster, it could be… more»

428 Cobra Jet Fastback: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

With the 1960s winding down (along with Mustang sales), Ford decided to inject more of a muscle car image into its pony car. They came up with the Mach 1 which looked tough and could be had with a… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1948 Chevrolet 3600

Advance-Design was a light-and-medium-duty truck series marketed by Chevrolet from 1947-55 (called New Design over at GMC). It would be their first major redesign coming out of World War II. This nice example from 1948 was restored 15 years… more»

Ran When Parked: 1966 Oldsmobile Starfire Barn Find

Oldsmobile had an on-again, off-again relationship with the Starfire nameplate, but for the 1961-66 series, it would be positioned as a performance car. The Starfire had a little of the wind taken out of its sail come 1966 when… more»

Tri-Power Bubble Top: 1961 Pontiac Ventura

The GM 2-door hardtops with the thin C-pillar are often referred to as “bubble tops” and were a one-year-only body style for Pontiac, Oldsmobile, and Buick in 1961. However, Chevy would use it a bit longer. This ’61 Ventura,… more»

Tri-Power Survivor: 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

UPDATE – Since we originally featured this GTO, bidding has jumped from $35k up to $45k! Clearly, there are more than a few of you that would love to have this Convertible GTO. If you are bidding on it,… more»

Garage Find 1973 Chevrolet 400 V8 Station Wagon

After the Impala and then the Caprice came along to occupy the top spot for Chevy’s full-size cars, the Bel Air soldiered on. Sometimes as the mid-level big car, other times the entry-level. The seller of this 1973 Chevy… more»

Almost Finished: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

This red ’69 Camaro with a matching interior (rare?) is a project that’s almost finished, not something scattered around in 1,000 pieces. With a new engine and rebuilt transmission, along with a restored appearance, it doesn’t look as it… more»

428 Cobra Jet! 1969 Ford Ranchero GT

The fourth-generation Ford Ranchero GT with the R-Code 428 cubic inch Cobra Jet V8 was a rare truck when new. With an automatic transmission, production may have been as little as 100 units. This pickup seems to be in… more»

283 V8 Upgrade: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

The Bel Air was the top-of-the-line Chevrolet through most of the 1950s, including the famous “Tri-Five” models that were produced in 1955-57. Those later cars began to shed the boxy look that Detroit automobiles largely had in the years… more»