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Stunning Restoration: 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special

Many people believe that as a luxury car manufacturer, Cadillac is a shadow of its former self. It once set the benchmark by which others were measured, which is graphically demonstrated by this 1941 Fleetwood Series 60 Special. It… more»

No Reserve: 1992 Ford F-250 Custom 4×4 With 38k Original Miles

Walking into your local Ford dealership and driving away in a shiny new F-250 is a tempting thought. However, it won’t be a cheap exercise, and devaluation during the first few years can be enough to wipe the smile… more»

Trunk Full of Trophies: 1984 Oldsmobile 98 Regency Coupe

The pages of Barn Finds have been blessed lately by a nice crop of low-mileage Malaise-Era sedans, and here’s another one. This 1984 Oldsmobile 98 Regency coupe is looking for a new home; it has only 57,543 miles on… more»

Bullet Proof? 1981 GMC Armored Van

This armored van is one of those vehicles that poses the question, “What would you do with it if you bought it”? The seller tells us this armored truck was built by International Harvester in 1981 and research indicates… more»

1932 Ford Coupe Project Has Been Sitting Since 1957

It would seem that this long-dormant 1932 Ford two-door sedan, bought from an estate and last titled way back in 1957, is destined to be a hot rod project. The car is in rough but not terminal condition. There’s… more»

Numbers Matching: 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS 350

For many, the 1970 model year was the last time you could buy a true muscle car. From 1971 forward, engine emissions output began to tighten, and the insurance companies had become wise to the speed that some of… more»

Same Owner 30 Years: 1976 BMW 2002

In BMW fan and collector circles, the 2002s are considered iconic. They were built between 1968 and 1976 by Bavaria Motor Works in Europe and were considered “executive” sporty cars because of the combination of performance and comfort. This… more»

One Family Owned: 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is going to be a fixture on the enthusiast landscape for some time to come. While values have teetered out a bit over the last few months, I doubt we’re going to see any drastic… more»

Groovy Graphics: 1985 Toyota 4Runner SR5

How does an American RV maker figure in the creation of a Japanese SUV? When it’s Winnebago, asked by a Wisconsin dealer to alter the Toyota Hilux pickup to make a hunting rig for its customers. Toyota’s mistake –… more»

Amazing Interior! 1975 Oldsmobile Toronado

I love it when a 19-foot-long car that weighs almost 2.5 tons is touted as having “significantly improved gas mileage” over the previous year. The mid-1970s were a different time in the auto industry with many regulations being required… more»

Nicest One Left? 1973 Buick Riviera

When a seller describes his car as a stunning museum-quality piece and then follows this proclamation up by calling it probably the nicest example in the country, perhaps unfairly I often get skeptical, with my thoughts going into the… more»

27k Mile Survivor? 1979 Lincoln Continental

The Continental was one of Lincoln’s most popular automobiles, offered on and off between 1940 and 2020. It competed head-to-head with the Cadillac de Ville for much of that time. One of the slower-selling versions was the 2-door hardtop,… more»

350 V8 Survivor: 1970 Buick LeSabre

The LeSabre joined the Buick lineup in 1959 and stayed around into the 21st Century. It was positioned as an entry-level full-size car and gateway to fancier products like the Electra 225. It was the Chevy Impala of Buicks,… more»

44k Miles: Two-Tone 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria

Ford restyled its cars in 1955 and applied the Victoria nameplate to its hardtops as being top-of-the-line. You could go one step further with the Crown Victoria which added the largest chrome bar that traversed the C-pillars and across… more»

Project Exotic: 1988 Lotus Esprit Commemorative Edition

The chance to get into a desirable sports car for far less than the going rate is always going to raise eyebrows. If you want to snag a performance icon for a fraction of the price, you’re going to… more»

One of One: 1955 Abarth 208A Spyder by Boano

Singular cars are so desirable today that we cannot imagine why some didn’t sell thousands of copies. So it is with this little jewel, one of Abarth’s creations made in partnership with Felice Mario Boano. Designed by Giovanni Michelotti… more»

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