Field of Dreams: Everything Under the Sun!

Yates Center, Kansas seems to be the gathering place for old cars to die. That little town is at the crossroads of US-54 and US-75 in the eastern portion of the state. In a salvage yard there lies an… more»

Fuelie Project: 1960 Chevrolet Corvette

Chevrolet introduced its sports car, the Corvette, in 1953. But it wouldn’t be until 1955 that a V8 engine was offered. Two years after that, fuel injection was added as an option, enabling horsepower to approach or exceed one… more»

One Year Only: 1974 Datsun 260Z

I once thought that if I couldn’t afford a 240Z, I’d never own a 260 or a 280 despite their much cheaper prices. I’ve changed my mind, at least about the 260. Made for one year only in 1974,… more»

Should I Adopt This Pair of Berkeleys?

I am appealing to the Barn Finds community to help me decide whether I should bid on this pair of Berkeleys. I am knee-deep into a multi-year restoration of an S328. Parts are slightly rarer than hen’s teeth. Yet… more»

Fiberglass Field Find: Devin Body

The physical deterioration of some project candidates will lead enthusiasts to place them in the “too hard” basket. However, some are so cheap they will leave potential buyers second-guessing whether they should accept the challenge of tackling a build…. more»

BF Auction: No Reserve British Sports Car Parts Stash

Occasionally, a parts collection will emerge where the sheer scope of what is offered is breathtaking. Such is the case with this assortment of classic British sports car components. The late owner was a genuine enthusiast, and his recent… more»

Half Off? 1939 Cadillac Front End

Johnny Cash sang his way into the hearts of all Americans who wanted a luxury car but could not afford one through conventional means.  His “One Piece at a Time” ballad tells the story of an assembly line worker… more»

348 Tri-Power: 1959 Chevrolet Impala Rolling Chassis

It seems inevitable that an owner will have a selection of original parts left over when undertaking a custom build. The dilemma becomes what to do with those components. Some will send them off for scrap, but this owner,… more»

Parts Car: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro (Inline-6)

The seller admits this 1969 Chevy Camaro is probably the best used as a parts car. If it were a Super Sport or a Z28, some enterprising soul would probably work to bring it back to life. But it… more»

Bring a Forklift: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was to Dodge as the Road Runner was to Plymouth. It was introduced in 1968 and would be discontinued after 1971 while the RR would soldier on for a few more years. As was the case… more»

2 for 1: 1970 and 1971 Dodge Challenger Parts

Dodge came to the pony car game later than everyone else in 1970 (five years after the Ford Mustang started such a ruckus). Chrysler had developed a new E-body platform for the Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge got to share… more»

Dark Moss Green? 1967 Ford Mustang GTA

I don’t think that I get this entire “youse-ta-bee” thing. The seller of this 1967 Ford Mustang GTA states, “Very desirable dark moss green“. Well maybe it used to be at one time but it is no more. I’m… more»

Humpty Dumpty: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396

When this Chevy Camaro was built in 1969, the “pony car” was in its third year of production and solidly in second place behind the Ford Mustang in sales. This example may have been fairly rare as it is… more»

Project Car Plus Parts! 1966 Pontiac GTO

The 1966 model run would be a watershed year for the Pontiac GTO. Not only did it become a series of its own (instead of an option), but it would also set a sales record of nearly 100,000 units…. more»

Reassembly Required: 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda

The Barracuda was Plymouth’s “pony car” and actually beat the Ford Mustang to market by 17 days in 1964. But it never enjoyed the same level of success with 1970 being a high-water after a redesign finally gave it… more»

Freshly Rebuilt: 1970 Chrysler 426 Hemi

One of the most coveted and legendary motors of the muscle car era was Chrysler’s 426ci Hemi V8. It offered mind-blowing performance, transforming an average car into one that commanded respect. The problem was they came with a healthy… more»