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82k Mile Survivor: 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was AMC’s top-line automobile from 1957-74. It would hold the honor of being the longest continuously used car nameplate at that time. The 1971 models were part of the car’s seventh generation and competed with the Chevy… more»

Special Order: 1971 Volkswagen Deluxe Sunroof Bus

The “Bay Window” Volkswagen Bus is another one of those vehicles that has developed a strong following in the classic community. They offer incredible versatility, and their mechanical configuration has made them virtually invincible. This 1971 Deluxe Bus is… more»

Clamshell Barn Find! 1965 Buick Riviera

The Riviera was Buick’s entry into the personal luxury space, something akin to the Ford Thunderbird…but–dare I say–better. It was bigger, had more power, and arguably better styling. The Riviera began as a trim level on Buick’s earlier models… more»

Survivor Conversion Van: 1987 Ford E150

It seems to me that conversion vans are hot at the moment. It could be the post-pandemic pricing that’s affecting everything from house rentals to grocery items, or it could just be that conversion vans are damn cool and… more»

T-Top 5.7 Liter: 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Located deep in South Texas is this red 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. The car looks pretty good from 20 feet but up close it is more of a driver. The car is in McAllen, Texas and has over 100,000… more»

11K Mile Storage Unit Find: 1981 DeLorean DMC12

“If you don’t like the price, go buy a different one.” That’s the advice from the seller of a claimed 11,000 mile DeLorean DMC-12 that was supposedly restored years ago before being put into storage. The story is vague… more»

Boat-tail Field Find: 1972 Buick Riviera

Buick introduced the Riviera as a personal luxury car in 1963 and it remained part of the line-up for the rest of the 20th Century. While most people think of the late 1950s when it comes to unusual styling,… more»

Bespoke 1966 Land Rover Defender Turbo Diesel

According to Oxford, “Bespoke” means “made for a particular customer or user.” It is often used in the clothing industry, a tailored suit for example. However, the seller of this 1966 Land Rover Defender uses the term to describe… more»

Affordable Project: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

The most popular car in my high school was the Pontiac Trans Am. They were affordable, handled great and had big engines. Today, the price of Trans Am has increased to 6 to 7 times its original cost. This… more»

46 Years Barn Bound: 1928 Nash Landau

This 1928 Nash Landau is about as representative of a barn find as one will ever find. Not only was this car produced by a long-ago fallen flag, but it has also been barn domiciled for four decades. The… more»

Sno-Star Edition: 1971 International Harvester Scout 800B

Well, who has ever heard of International Harvester’s Sno-Star Edition? Not me, but apparently it was introduced in 1970 and designed to handle snow plowing duties and was built with a beefed up 6 cylinder engine. This example is… more»

Genuine SS 396: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Project

There are plenty of muscle cars that have been built from their non-muscle equivalent and they are usually referred to as fakes, clones, tributes, you name it, there’s an entire string of euphemisms employed. In this case, we have… more»

Basement Find: 1972 Dodge Demon 340/4-Speed

The Demon was Dodge’s version of the successful Plymouth Duster fastback compact. The latter car was so well-received that Dodge lobbied for one of its own and the Demon was born in 1971. Like the Duster, it could be… more»

428 Cobra Jet Fastback: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

With the 1960s winding down (along with Mustang sales), Ford decided to inject more of a muscle car image into its pony car. They came up with the Mach 1 which looked tough and could be had with a… more»

Fully Documented: 1969 Shelby GT350 Convertible

Sometimes buying a classic car can be a gamble because its life might be full of unknowns. That is not the case with this 1969 Shelby GT350 Convertible. Its entire history from Day 1 has been comprehensively documented, and… more»

Henry Ford II’s 1966 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

When a classic car is offered for sale, the question of a famous former owner is sure to ignite debate amongst enthusiasts. Some will claim that this history will significantly impact potential values, while others will argue that the… more»