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383 V8 Transplant: 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS

Some consider the 1967-69 Camaro to be a hastily prepared response to the highly successful Ford Mustang. Things would change with the 1970 edition which would be an all-new car from the ground up. It debuted mid-year as there… more»

Parts Or Restore? 1955 Pontiac Chieftan

Every time I spy a pink and white car I think of two things, it must be from the ’50s and Good & Plenty, the pink and white coated licorice candy. The association is so real that I had… more»

Big Engine-Small Package: 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS396

Some would subscribe to the theory that if enough is just right, then too much is perfect! Take Chevrolet’s compact Chevy II/Nova. In the mid-sixties, it developed some real hair with high-powered small-block engines. In’68, an all-new platform, shared… more»

Rusty Roller: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

Introduced in 1968, the Plymouth Road Runner would become one of the best-selling mid-size muscle cars. Well, at least for a time. Demand for the car (s) began to fall off in 1971 because of rising insurance premiums and… more»

1 Of 10 Remaining? 1959 Chrysler Windsor Convertible

How many examples of any particular vehicle are still with us is usually a loosely calculated estimate, but the seller of this 1959 Chrysler Windsor Convertible has done a reasonably credible job of consulting with other owners of these… more»

With or Without Reefer: 1999 Dodge Ram Van

The Dodge B Series (aka Ram) was a range of full-size vans produced by Chrysler from 1970 to 2003.  In 1994, the front end was redesigned to resemble the all-new Dodge Ram pickups, with a refresh in 1998 that… more»

Build-Ready: 1979 Manta Montage Coyote

I absolutely love the ambition of kit builders of the past. Literally, anything could be made, from little British-style roadsters to full-on racing replicas. Clearly, Brad and Tim Lovette had the same thoughts and they formed the company, Manta… more»

GT350H Wannabe: 1966 Ford Mustang K-Code Fastback

Is taking a fine and rust-free true K-code Mustang Fastback and cloning a Shelby out of it an act of upgrading, or is it a downgrade of what could have been a lovely original car? That’s the question the… more»

Hidden for Years: 1962 Triumph TR3 Barn Find

When you look at some barn finds, you can almost tell just how many years a particular car has been hidden away from the light of day. It’s not to say you know the exact number but rather you… more»

Worth Fixing? 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440

There’s a little bit of car left in this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, here on eBay, already bid to $8,700. These remains are located in Baxley, Georgia. I cheated with this photo because it shows this car’s best angle…. more»

Stalled Project: 1965 Volkswagen Bus

Now that VW has announced the new EV bus, there is a lot of attention yet again on the classic VW bus from the 1950s and 60s. A lot of people are bemoaning that the originality has gone and… more»

It’s A Hemi! 1954 Dodge Royal

The Royal was a nameplate used by Dodge between 1954 and 1959. In its first year, it was the top-of-the-line product positioned above the mid-level Coronet and entry-level Meadowbrook. Only one engine choice was offered, a 241 cubic inch… more»

7K Miles and Supercharged: 1998 Dodge Dakota 4×4

Fellow Barn Finds writer Scotty G. alerted me to the fact that there was a fairly epic Dodge Dakota up for grabs on eBay. Why, you might ask? Well, because I recently bought my first-ever domestic pickup with the… more»

Luxury for Less: 1951 Lincoln Sport Sedan

Lincoln was always a name associated with luxury. But in the immediate post-war era, the division knew it had to make a move to regain market share from its formidable competitor, Cadillac. Next to the deep swoop of Cadillac’s… more»

Is There Enough There? 1935 Ford Roadster

While most of the stories we write on Barn Finds have happy endings where a desirable car ends up with another lease on life, this story may be of a car that is just too far gone.  The saddest… more»

Lime Green Rarity: 1969 DeTomaso Mangusta

The DeTomaso Mangusta is one of those lesser-known sports cars that really does deserve our attention and respect. It has the pedigree that any automotive enthusiast would rightfully seek out when buying a vehicle as an investment, but it… more»