Over-Priced? Probably: 1972 Nova Four-Door

Ever feel like visiting McCall, Idaho but couldn’t think of a reason? Well, tipster Tony Primo has just taken any excuse away by putting us onto this 1972 Chevy Nova survivor. It’s available  for an asking price of $18,000…. more»

Three Owners: 1960 Volkswagen Beetle

Any guesses as to how many 1960 Volkswagen Beetles are for sale tonight as I write this? lists a couple; Hemmings and Auto Trader another six each; and others are probably lurking at more obscure venues – all… more»

350 V8 Power! 1963 Studebaker Gran Turismo

The Gran Turismo Hawk, aka GT Hawk, was the last iteration of the Studebaker Hawk series that began in the mid-1950s. It was the most elegant of the Hawks, with a front grille similar to the Mercedes and a… more»

Quieter Than a Rolls-Royce? 1968 Ford LTD

Looking to tap further into the luxury car market, Ford introduced the LTD in 1965 as an extension of the Galaxie 500. Chevy would soon take notice and its Caprice appeared shortly thereafter, a dressed-up Impala. Unusual in Ford… more»

Flying Fishbowl: 1979 AMC Pacer D/L

If there was a contest for the quirkiest cars ever built, the AMC Pacer would surely make the shortlist. In production from 1975 to 1980, it offered buyers the interior space of a full-size car in a much smaller… more»

Too Many Doors? 1962 Chevrolet Impala 409 V8

Who can forget the famous 1960s song, 409, by the Beach Boys, which included the lyrics “She’s real fine, my 409”? This song could have been playing on the radio the day this 1962 Impala was built. While the… more»

You Complete It! 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass

OK, this one’s a real “partspalooza”! It’s a 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Sports Coupe and has an oft-told tale to tell, “Selling our project car – not enough time to work on it now. Started with my son who… more»

SS Clone Roller: 1966 Chevrolet Malibu

Chevelles from 1969 to 1972 are easier to clone as Super Sports than the 1966 to 1968 editions because the SS was just an option in the later years. For the earlier years, the SS 396 was a series… more»

44k Mile Survivor: 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan

Chevrolet’s automobiles for 1958 were all-new, a complete change-up from the popular “Tri-Fives” of 1955-57. But they were bulky-looking cars that weren’t as futuristic as the “Forward Look” products that had emerged in 1957. So, GM began a crash… more»

Déjà Vu: Stash of Mopar Project Cars

If you think you’ve seen some of these cars before, you may have. Some of these autos were on the market in 2018 (yep, five years!) and featured here on Barn Finds and have returned – along with some… more»

Restore or Tribute? 1958 Plymouth Belvedere Hardtop

Although the titular vehicle in the iconic 1983 film “Christine” is identified as a 1958 Plymouth Fury, few people realize that producer John Carpenter also utilized Belvederes and Savoys to create the seventeen cars used during filming. Despite the… more»

Take Your Pick: Garage Stash of Imports

In a dusty garage in Dallas, Texas, there are at least four imported autos for sale. They all look to have been sitting there for some time and no mention is made if any of them run. Perhaps they… more»

Only Two Owners! 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

From its introduction in 1964, the mid-size Chevy Chevelle would quickly become one of the GM division’s best-selling cars. Perhaps the most successful was the second generation which ran from 1968 to 1972. The ‘69s got a mild facelift… more»

Garage Find: 1970 Ford Torino SportsRoof

The Torino began in 1968 as the upscale version of Ford’s mid-size car, the Fairlane. It took over representing the series in 1970 and continued as such through the 1976 model year. The autos received a redesign in 1970… more»

Never Seen Snow! 1961 Rambler American Deluxe

Rambler came out with the freshly re-bodied American for the 1961 model year but it was still based on the previous bathtub Rambler American with a 100-inch wheelbase. This fantastic-looking 1961 Rambler American Deluxe sedan can be found posted… more»

Blazer 4X4: 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

If you combined the body of a first-generation 1960s Chevrolet Corvair with a mid-1980s S-10 Blazer SUV, the seller’s vehicle is what you might come up with. He/she bought this as a project and stopped working on it when… more»