Worth Saving? 1968 Ford Bronco V8

First-generation Broncos have always been popular. The classic look, removable top, and off-road versatility appeal to many. I wonder if the introduction of the new 2021 Bronco will spark new interest in the classic models. The first-generation Bronco had… more»

26K Mile Original: 1996 Ford F-150 XLT

Like most modern vehicles, the new Ford F-150 is packed with creature comforts, technology, and powerful turbocharged engines. If all of the modern amenities are not your cup of tea and you desire a truck from a simpler time,… more»

10K Original Miles? 1950 Ford Business Coupe

Low mileage claims are great, the term low mileage can be subjective based on the age of the car. It’s safe to say mileage around 10K on a car that’s older than 10 years can be considered low, but… more»

1-Of-5: 1969 Cadillac Fleetwood Station Wagon

Update 9/21/20 – This rare Caddilac wagon has been relisted here on eBay with a $1,500 price drop and the option to  make an offer. Is that enough to get this one sold though? From 8/11/20 – Finding a… more»

1 Of 700: 2003 Ford Thunderbird 007 James Bond Edition

When you think of cars associated with James Bond a Ford Thunderbird is not the first to come to mind. There have been many cars used throughout the history of James Bond. Personally, when I think of Bond cars,… more»

NASCAR Homologation: 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix Aerocoupe 2+2

The 1980s were a unique time for the Automotive industry. Some customers in the early 80s were getting fed up with cars that had poor build quality, questionable reliability, and started making a move toward the import market. By… more»

California Survivor: 1964 Pontiac GTO 4 Speed

It is not often we find a GTO in original condition, less often we find a first-year California preserved car. This car is very interesting, it’s a relatively low spec GTO with what appears to be original paint, albeit… more»

Two-Owner Survivor: 1979 Ford Bronco Custom

Ford is currently introducing a new Bronco for 2021 and the automotive world, particularly the 4×4 segment is buzzing. People are excited to see a new SUV hit the market that’s not just a warmed-over crossover, it’s about time… more»

31k Mile Survivor: 1980 Ford Pinto

Sometimes old cars have very low mileage because the owner thought it had the potential to become a collectible classic. We have seen this with cars like the Buick Grand National or other limited edition vehicles. More often we… more»

Side Pipes! 1978 Dodge Good Times Van

I must admit when I first ran across this one I wasn’t too excited. I thought it was just another conversion van to make all of the usual jokes about. However, after a second look, this van is solid,… more»

Rust Free Original: 1933 Ford 5 Window Coupe

It is almost impossible to find a clean, straight, original 32-34 Ford Coupe. The first thing you notice on this car is, of course, the wheels but other than those I think this car is extremely original. This ’33… more»

American V12 In France: 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe

Judging by the layer of barn fresh grime, this Lincoln has been in storage for a long time. Lincoln Zephyrs are not ultra-rare but you don’t see them very often. In France where this Zephyr is located, I’m sure… more»

427 Dual Quad 4-Speed: 1967 Ford Fairlane 500XL

Looks can be deceiving, this rather normal-looking Fairlane is in fact an extremely rare factory-built race car. The Ford Fairlane 500XL 427 is an important piece of automotive history. Power comes from the legendary 427 side oiler with dual… more»

Stunning Topaz: 1975 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 is an often overlooked British sports car. The TR6 is a great option for the buyer that is looking for the classic throaty six-cylinder sound but does not have the budget for a big Healey or… more»

One Of A Kind: 1929 Stutz Sport Custom

This one is special, very special. Often when I see a car that has been out of the public eye for a long time, particularly a pre-war car,  I become entranced in the story more so than the car… more»

No Reserve Ragtop: 1961 Volkswagen Beetle

In the classic car world, values can fluctuate like the stock market. Certain trends or factors unknown can cause the values to skyrocket depending on the genre. Muscle cars and Porsches have seen these trends. Volkswagen Beetles seem to… more»