Pony Cars

No Reserve: 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

If you were in the market for a new Mustang in 1965, this Fastback was about as good as it got. The engine bay houses the 289ci K-Code v8, which proved to be a pocket rocket. This is a… more»

850 Genuine Miles! 1973 Ford Mustang Grande Hardtop

Some classics will appear on our desks here at Barn Finds, and we’re left to wonder what their story is. This 1973 Mustang Grande Hardtop is an excellent example because it has managed to survive for 48-years and accumulate… more»

Turn-Key Survivor: 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

We’ve seen a few examples of the 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra cross our desks in recent times here at Barn Finds. Their condition seems to range from one extreme to the other. Some are amazingly well-preserved trailer queens… more»

Rare Combination? 1977 Ford Mustang Cobra II

This 1977 Ford Mustang Cobra II’s owner claims that it features a rare paint and trim combination. While I won’t argue that it is slightly unusual, I have been unable to confirm how rare it is. However, one of… more»

Cross Ram Prototype: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28/RS

It is said that racing improves the breed, and nowhere is this more graphically demonstrated than in this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28/RS. Chevrolet built these road cars as lightly camouflaged racers as they searched for success in the cut-and-thrust… more»

428 SCJ Drag Pack: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The list of options available to customers on the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 was as long as your arm. This car features a few that make it a mouth-watering classic. They include the 428 Super Cobra Jet V8… more»

20th Anniversary Edition: 1984 Ford Mustang G.T. 350

The “Fox-Body” Mustangs had a long run, being produced from 1979 through 1993. They were extremely popular when new, and are still popular in the collector hobby today. For those that grew up around these Mustangs, they tend to… more»

Running Project: 1973 Dodge Challenger 340

When the Dodge Challenger joined the “pony car” race in 1970, it could be had with all sorts of muscle under the hood, including a Magnum 440 V8 and the 426 Hemi. Detuning for fewer emissions and higher insurance… more»

No Reserve 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible

Sitting in this garage is a 1969 Camaro SS Convertible that needs a new home. The owner, who is also the car’s original owner, treated it to a restoration in 2010, and it has survived the past decade rather… more»

Original 396: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

I’m not sure if there are many things sadder than a project build where the owner is forced to sell due to failing health. That is the story behind this 1968 Camaro SS. Making the story sadder still is… more»

Never Restored! 1970 Camaro Z28 RS 4-Speed

No longer fettered by the SCCA’s 307 cid restriction, Chevy’s road-racer, the Z28, flexed its muscles for 1970. The hot 360 HP 350 cid V8 meant business, and a host of other upgrades made the Z28 one serious machine…. more»

Shelby Clone Roller: 1966 Ford Mustang

Ford enlisted Carroll Shelby, famed American automotive designer, and race car driver, to help bolster the image of their new Mustang as a performance car. That work began with the 1965 Mustang fastback and continued through 1969. The first… more»

49k Mile 1967 Mercury Cougar XR-7

Launched for the 1967 model year, the Cougar would become Mercury’s most successful new product launch. It gave the company a car to compete along with the Mustang for collective Ford market share in the new pony car space…. more»

Super Duty V8: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

The 1973 model year would be four years before the first Smokey & The Bandit movie that would turn the Pontiac Trans Am into an instant star. So, its sales volume had not yet exploded and 1973 would be… more»

Highly Optioned: 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible

It seems that the original owner of this 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible was intent on creating something special, so he ticked the boxes beside a lot of optional extras on the Order Form. It has survived the past… more»

Rebuilt Original 400: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

Compared to its natural competition, the 1978 Pontiac Trans Am offered buyers a better performance proposition than either the Camaro or the Mustang II. Every manufacturer was struggling with tightening emission regulations, but it seems that Pontiac was coping… more»