Survivor Cars

Not all barn finds are rusty! Here are the very best unrestored classics:

Original Owner: 1965 Morgan Plus 4 Drop Head Coupe

There is a practical reason to own a car like this 1965 Morgan +4 Drophead, especially if you are the sort of person who is “hands-on” with their classics. Unlike so many vehicles, the Morgan is hand-built. The company… more»

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55k Mile 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454!

Chevrolet got into the personal luxury segment in 1970 with its new Monte Carlo. The car sold like hot cakes in its first year, so changes for the next year would be few, sharing its platform with Pontiac’s Grand… more»

59k Mile 1978 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 4-Speed

The person who eventually buys this 1978 Camaro Z28 can be reasonably sure of one thing; There is not much of a chance that they will need to spend one red cent on this classic. That is because this… more»

Fishbowl Find: 1966 GM TDH-4519 Bus

The “New Look” municipal transit bus was produced from 1958 to 1977 by the Truck and Coach Division of General Motors. It’s commonly referred to as the “Fishbowl” for its six-piece rounded windshield that was later replaced by a… more»

Clean Californian: 1974 Ford Maverick

The Maverick was designed by Ford to be an affordable car that would steal sales from its Japanese rivals. It was a car that turned out to be a sales success for the company, and more than 301,000 of… more»

360 Horsepower Rarity: 1964 Chrysler 300K

The Chrysler 300 letter cars have always been an oddity to me – performance and luxury sound like a great combination, but production numbers were always low. Here’s your chance to scoop one up as this 1964 Chrysler 300K… more»

BF AUCTION: 1935 Austin Ruby Saloon

What the Ford Model T did for Americans, the Austin Seven did for the British. The Seven was introduced in 1922, with a design that is surprisingly similar to the Model T or even the Model A. While its… more»

Crate Find! Original 370 HP Chevrolet LT-1 Engine

Now, this is a find! It is an originally crated, 1970 vintage, Chevrolet LT-1 engine. Of the original small-block V8 series engines, (1955-1991) many say this was Chevrolet’s finest hour. It’s a subjective position but 370 gross HP from… more»

Parked In ’98: 1986 Yugo GV Barn Find

I would hate to have to calculate just how many words have been written about the Yugo GV over the years. Or how many jokes have been made at this car’s expense. The reality is that it was not… more»

One Family Owned: 1971 Plymouth Duster

A 1971 ad for the Plymouth Duster read, “Duster, coming through and lookin’ good.” I think that description still fits 49 years later. This 1971 Plymouth Duster was found here on craigslist in Corona, California. The seller is asking… more»

Free Wheelin’ Package: 1979 Ford Bronco XLT

The buyer of this 1979 Ford Bronco XLT Free Wheeling will be set to join some pretty illustrious company. NASCAR legend Tony Stewart spotted an identical vehicle when he was a lad and has recently had the chance to… more»

37k Mile 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

  NOTE 9/18/20: Some of our astute readers are telling us this is not a real Formula S, but a 318 with a 340 added later along with the hood markings. The Formula S was a limited production of… more»

Spirit of ‘76: 1976 Dodge Dart Sport

Back in the ‘70s, Chrysler’s marketing gurus had a lot of marketing gimmicks up their sleeves. They were always coming up with special trim packages, especially for cars like the Dodge Dart. In 1976, when the Dart was on… more»

390 V8/4-Speed: 1968 Mercury Cougar

We’ve seen a few cars recently here at Barn Finds that have the “wow” factor, and this 1968 Mercury Cougar continues that trend. This car has just come off the back of a full restoration, and the owner has… more»

1971 Ford Ranchero Squire 429 Cobra Jet!

Ford only built 2,595 examples of the 1971 Ranchero Squire. That figure is enough for it to qualify as a pretty rare vehicle. Add a 429 Cobra Jet under the hood, and that raises the stakes even higher. That… more»

Patina Driver: 1964 International Scout 80

This Scout 80 was originally owned by the US Department of Interior. It has lived out its 56 years in the dry Wyoming climate. The Scout is listed for sale here on eBay with three days remaining in the… more»