What Color Should We Paint Our MGA?

Decisions, decisions. There are a lot of decisions to make when restoring a car. What parts should you reuse and what should you buy new? Should you… more»

MGA Update: Body Work Underway

This past week, we’ve been very busy with the MGA. This is easily the biggest project we’ve taken on yet! So far, things are going quite smoothly…. more»

We Just Scored Another MG!

With the Dodge gone, there was a big empty spot in our shop. I mean really big! Well, it didn’t take long for us to fill it… more»

MGA Update: The Body Is Off!

Here’s a quick update on what Josh and I have done to our MGA since it arrived at the garage. Just keeping the site running takes up… more»

MGA Update: Need Any MGA Parts?

Yesterday we spent a few hours organizing all the spare parts that came with our MGA. Turns out there are a lot of roadster bits that we… more»

Introducing Our Next “Big” Project!

“You should never buy someone else’s unfinished project”. I’ve said those words a thousand times, but I just broke my own rule. We have hinted at the… more»

Our 1970 Dodge D100 Is Up For Auction!

Since listing our D-100 for sale we’ve had a lot of nibbles, but no bites yet. The main obstacle for most prospective buyers seems to be the… more»

BF Exclusive: 1970 Dodge D-100 Adventurer

Update: It’s now listed here on eBay with a $0.99 starting bid and low reserve. The auction is only going to run 3 days too, so it… more»

See How We Did On Our Spitfire!

We were planning on doing a little more with our Spitfire, but an opportunity just came up that we could not pass by! We will share more… more»

How To Start A Barn Find

When we bought the Spitfire, we were already busy getting the TVR cleaned up so there wasn’t much time to dedicate to our little roadster. I did… more»

Our Triumph Spitfire Barn Find!

Some of you may remember that we scored a Spitfire back in February. This little Roadster had been off the road for almost two decades so we… more»

Our TVR Finally Shipped Out!

After weeks of waiting, a truck finally picked up our TVR  the other day and hauled it over to its new owner place. Justin was happy to… more»

BF Exclusive: Our 1983 TVR Tasmin!

You’ve watched us find, fix, and drive our TVR, but now it is time to let someone else have a turn. This car had been parked for… more»

I’m Keeping The Blakely Hawk!

So, after bouncing it back and forth last night on whether or not to take the offer received for my Blakely Hawk, and getting tons of great… more»

Project TVR: Finishing Touches

Well guys, this past week has been a crazy one! After getting the TVR up and running, we decided we just needed to hit it hard and… more»

Should I Sell My Blakely Hawk?

As many of you are aware, I have a budding collection of cars. I’ve got my faithful old Fiat project, the survivor Spitfire, and my Seven wannabe… more»

Rusted Sword Chapter Two: 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Not always being one to listen and take good advice, I disregarded the seller’s opinion that this was just a parts car. This being the 1971 Oldsmobile… more»

Project TVR: First Start Attempt!

We have been very busy here at Barn Finds HQ lately. That’s how it goes when you  drag home not one but two barn finds in a… more»

Day One Of Project TVR!

As I’m sure many of you are aware, we bought ourselves a TVR! Yes I know, the Tasmin isn’t the most attractive TVR nor is it the… more»

When It Rains, It Pours!

We were already feeling pretty good about the TVR when we got a call from a guy who had just seen our want ad for garage space…. more»

Can We Make Any Money With This TVR?

We broke even on our first unofficial flip of the year, so hopefully we will come out a little better on this one. After announcing our plans… more»

Our First Flip Was A Flop…

About a week ago I announced our plans to find, fix, and sell one car each month for a year. Well, we already had our first unofficial… more»

Mini Truck Restoration Project

Vintage trucks for restoration come in all sizes. Shown here is a vintage pressed-steel toy truck, manufactured in the 1930s by a company called ‘Buddy L’.

Jeff’s First Barn Find: 1980 BMW 320/6

Despite having written for Barn Finds going on a few years now, I had never actually had a barn find of my own. Well, as I have always secretly… more»