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One Owner Specimen: 1977 Chevrolet Silverado 3/4 Ton

This 1977 Chevrolet Silverado 3/4 ton pickup is a cosmetic survivor in that its exterior appearance and cabin areas are all in shockingly nice condition. The Chevy has been with the first owners for quite some time,  used extensively… more»

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Bronco Alternative? 1967 Nissan Patrol

With all the hoopla around the recently revealed Ford Bronco, could it be a golden opportunity to snatch up a lesser-known but still capable vintage SUV? Now, you may say that the FJ40 or the K5 Blazer have been… more»

Post-War Patina! 1949 Chevrolet Pickup

There’s something to be said for the simple, no-frills workhorses that helped America get back on its feet after WWII. An engine, four wheels, crank windows and a heater – what more did we really NEED in those days?… more»

Faded Glory: 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

With 103,000 miles, the prior 3 owners have gotten their fun out of this car. Located in La Valle, Wisconsin, this 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is listed here on eBay with 3 days remaining in the auction. The current… more»

Outdoor Stash of British Cars (and Others)

Every now and then you run up on a cache of cars and wonder how they came to be. Such is the case with this gathering of upwards of 50 cars (that I can count) which are largely British… more»

Electric Powered: 1977 Sterling Kit Car

I remember reading about Sterling kit cars when I was a kid in the 1970’s. I love the looks but the practicality is non existent! This Sterling is based on a Volkswagen Beetle chassis but the sleek profile is… more»

Cheap SS? 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

The Monte Carlo is one of the most tenured nameplates in the Chevy lineup, having first appeared for 1970. For its entire production life, the car was Chevrolet’s version of the Pontiac Grand Prix in their brochures. This 1984… more»

No Reserve XJ: 1998 Jeep Cherokee Classic

From 1983 to 2001, Jeep manufactured approximately 3 million units of the XJ-chassis Cherokee at production facilities around the globe. Because of its rugged and simple nature, this SUV is a popular choice for off-roaders, but this 1998 Jeep… 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»

Low Mile: 1981 Fiat 124 Spider Turbo

I didn’t even know that Fiat produced a turbo 124 Spider! But apparently 700 of these models were built for the US market. Located in Flanders, New Jersey, this convertible sports car is listed here on eBay and is… more»

Still In The Barn: 1951 Plymouth Savoy Suburban

The Plymouth brand started out as Chrysler’s low priced entry-level division, but they tried their hand at offering higher-priced cars throughout their 92-year run as well. They loved to give their well-appointed cars fancy names, typically after upscale hotels…. more»

California 454 Truck: 1980 GMC Sierra Classic C25

General Motors’ Squarebody pickup trucks are iconic, but they’ve undergone a rather drastic pricing spike in recent times. Unfortunately, this is because most examples of these trucks have rust issues, but luckily that’s not the case with this 1980… more»

Barn Bound-26 Years: 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible

Oldsmobile was an early “in” with a luxury coupe segment courtesy of the new for 1961 Starfire. It was not the first time that the Starfire name had been in Olds’ line-up as it initially appeared in 1954 as… more»

1993 Chevrolet S-10 V6 With Only 8,800 Miles!

Though Chevrolet only produced two generations of its S-10 compact pickup truck, each generation spent a decade in production, and it always felt like there was an abundance of these trucks on the road. Of course, like most compact… more»

Boat Tail Beauty: 1971 Buick Riviera 455

Buick Rivieras are no stranger to Barn Finds, various examples, in a myriad of conditions, spanning different generations have been covered in the past. But the Gen-3 Riviera, known colloquially as the “boat tail”, always garners appreciation – they… more»

1 Of 500? 1968 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi

The Dodge Charger, along with the rest of Chrysler’s intermediates, had a new body for 1968, its second generation. These “fuselage”-shaped cars would dominate Chrysler styling into the 1970s. Dodge sold about 96,000 Chargers for ‘68, with 17,000 of… more»