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Rebuilt 302: 1974 Ford Bronco

We’ve recently seen a few tidy First Generation Broncos cross our desks at Barn Finds, and while this 1974 model isn’t original, its upgraded V8 should offer a welcome performance improvement. Unmolested examples will generally attract the most interest,… more»

94k Original Miles: 1971 Dodge Challenger

UPDATE 10/03/2023: It can be disheartening to list a desirable classic for sale unsuccessfully. Such has been the fate of the owner of this 1971 Dodge Challenger. The seller previously listed it with a BIN of $32,000 to no… more»

Italian 4×4: 1961 Fiat AR59 Campagnola

The Willys Jeep made more of an impression on the world than we give it credit for. Willys were loitering around several countries after WWII so many enterprising military organizations deconstructed individual Jeeps to create their own versions. The… more»

81k Original Miles: 1967 Ford Mustang

Some enthusiasts prize originality above all else, while others will happily slip behind the wheel of a tidy classic with sensible and well-executed upgrades. This 1967 Mustang Hardtop falls into the second category, although its rust-free status and odometer… more»

No Reserve! Immaculate 1976 Ford Bronco Explorer

The classic market has recently been quite volatile, meaning many vehicles have experienced a significant fall in value. The First Generation Ford Bronco has been a strong performer for years but hasn’t been immune to this trend. While those… more»

22K Mile Survivor: 1978 Lincoln Mark V

The last time that I covered a Lincoln Continental Mark V, such as this 1978 subject from Loch Haven, Pennsylvania, I was a bit disparaging, something that I will not do this time. Late ’70s cars are far from… more»

3,700 Original Miles: 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda

I get that the 1973 model isn’t one of the most favored cars from the third-generation Barracuda herd, but considering the direction muscle offerings were headed in by this point just the fact that the ‘Cuda held on this… more»

Supreme Example! 1962 Willys Interlagos

Stunning and smartly refreshed with a mixture of retained original and new parts, this 1962 Willy Interlagos makes a rare American offering as it comes to market here on Barnfinds classifieds. The Costa Mesa, California classic comes from the… more»

Calling Dr. Buckaroo Bonzai: 1976 Bradley GT Boeing TurboJet

What’s a movie doing in a car review? Well, this car might have come from central casting for one of my favorite movies, The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the Eighth Dimension. The movie – a cross between Battlestar… more»

Cheap Driver: 1963 Austin Healey Sprite

This pocket-sized Brit is fun incarnate. If you’ve never driven a Sprite or a Midget, try one on for size sometime; they’re not fast but they feel quick. And though small, the handling infuses the driver with confidence –… more»

Over-Priced? Probably: 1972 Nova Four-Door

Ever feel like visiting McCall, Idaho but couldn’t think of a reason? Well, tipster Tony Primo has just taken any excuse away by putting us onto this 1972 Chevy Nova survivor. It’s available  for an asking price of $18,000…. more»

Running Project: 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye

When it comes to E-Bodies, the ’70 and ’71s seem to be the cars many buyers are chomping at the bit to put in their garage, and that’s understandable as both the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda were fine… more»

57k-Mile Survivor: 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The Ford Mustang got a fresh look for the 1971 model, so not much changed for ’72 outside, but under the hood was a different story as both 429 engines were gone and any reference to Boss was now… more»

Suspended Project: 1960 Fiat 1200 Cabriolet “Vetture Speciali”

  This car entered its seller’s garage in 2019 and has rested undisturbed ever since. One of a vast library of Fiat 1100-based models, the 1200 was introduced as the Granluce saloon and the Turismo Veloce Spider in 1957…. more»

Aluminum-Bodied Beauty: 1953 Bristol 403

The aluminum-bodied Bristol 403 is an example of vintage luxury model that incorporated both design and engineering philosophies that are still at play today. Light-weight construction, wind-cheating aero, and powerful drivetrains are all basic ingredients when designing a luxury… more»

Island Sports Car: 1970 Datsun 1600 Roadster

This 1970 Datsun 1600 Roadster looks like a car modified in period, wearing a modified front bumper, alloy wheels with color-matched centers, and what looks like an aftermarket exhaust. But even if you love this Roadster as much as… more»