Low Mile 5-Speed: 1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS

Finding a third-generation Camaro in decent shape is a challenge. There are plenty on the market but they are either pristine high dollar examples or cars that have been beaten on with a list of poorly executed modifications. Finding… more»

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Low-Mile Mystic: 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra

When the fourth-generation Mustang debuted in 1994 it was generally well-received in the car community. The previous generation had a long run from ’79 until ’93 and most buyers were probably ready for a change. Mustang Purists were somewhat… more»

Chalon Bodied 1970 Porsche 914-6

When the Porsche 914 debuted in 1969 it was a vast departure from anything Porsche. The unique styling and mid-engine drive train got the attention of many. The 914 has an interesting history starting as a joint venture between… more»

Stored Over 50 Years: 1959 Porsche 356A

There is just something about a barn fresh Porsche. Occasionally we find Porsches in this condition that have been in long term storage. My theory is these cars were loved by their owners but driven as daily transportation, then… more»

Final Year Survivor: 1991 Honda CRX 5 Speed

The Honda CRX was a common sight on roads from the late 80s until around the late 90s. In the past 10 years or so these things are seldom seen anymore. The second-generation CRX was produced for the ’88… more»

K5 Camper: 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Cheyenne Chalet Camper

I must admit, when I saw this my reaction was “that’s a nice slide-in camper” but after a second look, I realized this is something different. Here we have a 1977 Chevy K5 Blazer Camper conversion that is the… more»

35k Mile 460-Powered 1974 Ford Thunderbird Coupe

By 1974 the Thunderbird was in its sixth generation of production and had no resemblance to the original 1955 version. In fact, this Thunderbird model was the largest ever produced and shared a striking resemblance to its cousin the… more»

Convertible Pickup: 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport

The Dodge Dakota was at times an underappreciated truck, it just never seemed to get the loyal followers of its Ranger and S-10 competitors. In my opinion, Dodge got things right with the size of the Dakota, it was… more»

Olympic Edition 1972 Ford Mustang Sprint

The Mustang was obviously a success for Ford but by the early seventies sales were down and Ford had to get creative to boost interest in the Mustang. In 1972 Ford produced a special edition Sprint package to celebrate… more»

W-31 4 Speed 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass

The Cutlass was a huge seller for Oldsmobile in the early seventies and beyond. These cars provided reliable, daily transportation for thousands in sedan, coupe, and convertible forms. Performance versions of the Cutlass can be exceedingly rare and this… more»

Original Owner 1964-1/2 Ford Mustang Coupe

If you’re in the market for a high-performance Mustang this is not the car for you. However, if you find yourself looking for a nice, original daily driver this one might be worth taking a look at. The seller… more»

Rare 4-Speed: 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

The late 1960s and early ’70s were good times for Pontiac, their lineup offered just the right combination of performance and styling. The GTO had the performance market covered and the Catalina was there if you wanted spacious luxury…. more»

20K Mile Survivor: 1983 Dodge Aries

The Dodge Aries and all of the other K car derivatives were a staple of the American roads from the early ’80s until the late ’90s. Love ’em or hate ’em the Chrysler K platform family of cars were probably one… more»

One-Owner 65K Mile Original? 1970 Pontiac GTO

Sometimes a car seems just a little too good to be true for different reasons, maybe the price is low, the equipment options are too good or the condition itself is just that good. This car seems to have… more»

From Limousine To Wrecker: 1929 Packard 645

If cars could talk, I would pull up a chair beside this one and listen. In the late ’20s to early ’30s this car was among the elite probably making regular trips from Long Island into the city. Luxury… more»

One-Owner Barn Find: 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass

General Motors got a lot of mileage out of the Cutlass nameplate using it for the backbone of its Oldsmobile division for 38 years. The ’68-’72 Cutlass is one of the most iconic Oldsmobile designs in my opinion; these cars… more»