Muscle Car Barn Finds

Unrestored 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda Billboard 383

One of the most respected muscle cars from the 1960/70s is the Plymouth ‘Cuda (short for Barracuda). These automobiles were all about getting somewhere fast and got the job done with a wide range of engines. ‘Cuda production was… more»

Low-Mileage Project: 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Sometimes, low mileage doesn’t guarantee pristine condition (and conversely, high mileage doesn’t mean a car is tired.) This 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a desirable model, and while it at one time was a slicktop – meaning it didn’t… more»

1 of 304 Ram Air 428 Auto! 1969 Mercury Cougar

If buying a yard sale puzzle in a plastic bag excites you – the thrill of wondering how many pieces are missing, the challenge of assembling it with no documentation… take a close look at this Mercury! The 1969… more»

Sublime Survivor: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 4-Speed

The classic car scene will always throw up some questions that may never be answered. For instance, why would someone park a desirable car like this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T back in 1982 and then leave it to sit… more»

Epic Interior: 1976 Chevrolet Corvette

There’s just over a day left for this groovy 1976 Chevrolet Corvette, which is already notable for its rarely seen tan exterior. But it’s when you peek inside that this ‘Vette really begins to shine, as it has one… more»

Original Hemi: 1968 Plymouth GTX

When it was new, this 1968 Plymouth GTX would have been a car that commanded respect on the street. It is 53-years since it rolled off the production line, but this classic could still hold its head high in… more»

730 HP Big Block! 1971 Chevrolet Nova

Shoehorning a built big block into a Nova inevitably leads to various possible conclusions. Count on giant grins for sure, and trouble from The Law, with broken parts coming along as a near certainty. This 1971 Chevrolet Nova in… more»

Golden Survivor: 1972 Plymouth Barracuda

This 1972 Plymouth Barracuda appears to be a clean survivor having traveled approximately 136,000 miles over its 49 years. The car is listed for sale here on eBay with 3 days remaining in the auction. The reserve has been… more»

Two Motors! 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine”

Some American performance cars are renowned for their subtle and restrained good looks, while others are as “in your face” as it is possible to be. The 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine” falls firmly into the latter category. From… more»

Well Optioned Mopar: 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440-6

When it comes to old Mopars (or any muscle car, really), the options list can make all the difference when assigning value. Throw into it rare features like colors and upgrades and the price can climb even further. This… more»

No Reserve M-Code! 1971 Ford Torino GT

Now we’re talkin’! Earlier in the week, I opined about the Ford Torino by stating, “As a subjective matter of taste, I gave the ’69 & ’69 Torino two-thumbs up, thought the ’70 & ’71 got good marks for… more»

No Reserve 390! 1967 Ford Galaxie 500

Back in 1967, the Ford Motor Company offered all kinds of performance vehicles. Cobras and GT-series Mustangs (and I suppose the rare Ford GT itself) was for the young and rich. Broncos were just beginning to be thought of… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1963 Pontiac Catalina

The early ‘60s Pontiacs are known for widening the front and rear tracks to push the wheels further apart from each other. Thus, the term “Wide Track” was capitalized on for years by Pontiac’s marketing folks. The Catalina was… more»

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Super Camaro

If you aren’t familiar with Don Yenko, he was a race car driver turned car dealer whose Pennsylvania dealership modified new Chevrolets into performance machines. In 1967 (the first year of the Camaro) Chevrolet began their COPO program. Customers… more»

Museum Piece! 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus

It’s always refreshing to find a non-muscle car version of a muscle car, in this case, a 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus, as opposed to its performance-themed sibling, the Road Runner.  But this Plymouth appears to have a trick… more»

Running Project: 1970 AMC Javelin SST

American Motors got into the pony car game about the same time as General Motors. The Javelin (when flanked by the 2-seat GT version called the AMX) sold well enough by AMC standards. The car would see two generations… more»