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Long-Term Owner: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

Ford is credited with creating the Personal Luxury Car segment when it released the First Generation Thunderbird. However, some would argue that the Muntz Jet was actually the first such vehicle. The T-Bird bested the Muntz on two fronts,… more»

38K Miles: 1987 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

The seller reports that this 1987 Chrysler Fifth Avenue has traveled just over 38,000 miles over the last 37 years, which is an average of just over 1,000 miles a year. It looks great in the photos and the… more»

Cheap Project? 1965 Ford Mustang Barn Find

Finding a cheap project candidate can be challenging, especially if the object of a buyer’s desire is a first-generation pony car. However, this 1965 Mustang could be such a vehicle. It recently emerged from a barn after years in… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1966 Plymouth Fury III

In the 1960s, the Plymouth Fury III competed head-to-head with the Chevy Impala and Ford Galaxie 500. But, as was the usual case, Plymouth came in third in the sales race for 1966. The seller’s station wagon had been… more»

Alloy-Bodied Gullwing: 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL

How do you make an exceptionally rare and valuable car even more so? You order it with lightweight body panels and plexiglass windows, and produce a mere 29 examples in that configuration. The alloy-bodied Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing was marketed… more»

Power Pack V8 Option: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

Four-door cars aren’t cool, right? Wrong. When they’re hardtops rather than sedans, the coolness starts to come back. Case-in-point is this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Sedan, the company’s moniker for a 4-door Hardtop. This one looks quite nice… more»

No Reserve 1991 Ford Mustang LX 302 V8

Though they sold well enough, the second generation of the Ford Mustang wasn’t a favorite with lovers of the original pony car. That was the Mustang II era of 1974-78 when they became a subcompact to save fuel. When… more»

LS1 Restomod: 1971 Chevrolet Vega

Chevrolet joined the subcompact car movement in 1971 with the all-new Vega. A lot of planning went into the development of the automobile, but some glitches in execution prevented it from being one of General Motors’ biggest success stories…. more»

Low Production Survivor: 1970 International Harvester Scout 800B

International Harvester built over 500,000 Scouts from 1960 to 1980 so they are not rare. Many, if not a majority of the production, has succumbed to what they were intended to be used for or the rust bug has… more»

Potential Custom Van: 1977 Dodge Tradesman B200

If you grew up during the seventies or eighties like I did, there’s a good chance you went through the wanting a custom van stage.  For me, the interest began when my high school principal bought a Chevy van… more»

Untouched Original: 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Club Sedan

Oldsmobile began brewing its OHV V8 engine during the 1945-1946 union strike that shut down GM production. Without much to do, Oldsmobile engine developer Gilbert Burrell sketched several new architectures, including a 90° V8. With approval and funding from the… more»

Luxury Load Carrier: 1959 Cadillac Pickup

Most custom builds are designed to stand out in a crowd, and some achieve that goal more effectively than others. That is undoubtedly the case with this 1959 Cadillac. A previous owner performed a conversion, transforming a Series 62… more»

Highly Optioned: 1979 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Cheyenne 4×4

Early 4x4s didn’t offer owners a particularly luxurious motoring experience. Most were based on commercial models, and creature comforts were a secondary consideration to practicality. However, vehicle manufacturers soon realized there was an untapped market, and the result was… more»

5.0-Liter/5-Speed: 1985 Pontiac Trans Am

Turnkey classics are often difficult to ignore because they offer potential buyers instant motoring gratification. Of course, if the classic in question is in exceptional condition, it heightens the desire to park it in their driveway. This 1985 Pontiac… more»

Drag Strip Sleeper: 1966 Pontiac Catalina

During the 1960s and 1970s, the Catalina was Pontiac’s entry-level full-size car. They were by no means spartan and in 1966 came with a 389 cubic inch V8 as standard. This 1966 Catalina is a 2-door sedan, one of… more»

Runs After 25 Years: 1959 Chevrolet Impala

Thanks to the unexpected styling success of Chrysler’s “Forward Look” cars of 1957, the 1958 Chevrolets would be a one-year-only design. They were big and bulky-looking automobiles compared to the sharp edges and fins of the new Plymouths and… more»