Sports Cars

No Teen Drivers: 1972 Datsun 240Z

This 1972 Datsun 240Z is the preferred early edition of the long-running sports car, but not quite a Series 1 model. Still, with its less restrictive emissions equipment and slim chrome bumpers, a ’72 240Z is hardly a bad… more»

American Porsche! 1966 Fitch Sprint Corvair

No one is likely to accuse Chevy’s rear-engined flat-six-powered Corvair of copying any other American car, and that makes them an even more interesting classic. This 1966 Fitch Sprint Corvair near Lawrenceville, Virginia is even more uncommon, being an… more»

One Year Only Tri-Carb: 1962 Austin-Healey 3000

This 1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII BT7  is a rare, triple-carb model that offers stirring performance and the kind of noise that only triple SU HSF4 carbs can offer. It comes with an extensive paper trail of ownership history… more»

Parked for 25 Years: 1975 MG MGB

After sitting for the past 25-years, the time has come for this 1975 MGB to emerge from hiding, and to head to a new home. It is a complete car, and could either be the basis for a restoration… more»

Documented Targa Survivor: 1969 Porsche 912

This 1969 Porsche 912 Targa comes with extensive history and a near-fully documented ownership history. We don’t see these cars all that often in colors other than red, white, and black (throw in Irish Green if you think there’s… more»

Nicely Restored: 1974 Lotus Europa

This 1974 Lotus Europa underwent a full restoration a few years ago, and it has survived quite nicely through the intervening years. The current owner has had some further work performed on the car but has now decided to… more»

Parked For Years: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

In sort of a blurry-lens-1940s-Hollywood-film-noir-portrait-style, the seller of this 1977 Pontiac Can Am has provided photos that are somewhat difficult to decipher. But, these are fairly rare cars to see today and this one is listed for $2,250 here… more»

1 of 500: 1989 Chrysler TC 5-Speed

This 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati convertible may look like a repeat of the one we featured last week, but the two cars are actually quite different. Barn Finds reader James H. flagged this example because it’s one of… more»

Parked for 30 Years: 1974 Maserati Merak

Here at Barn Finds we’ve seen a few Maserati Merak project cars that have emerged from the woodwork over the last year or so. This one looks to be quite a good one, and it also appears to be… more»

British Grand Tourer: 1971 Triumph Stag

When it rolled off the production line, the Triumph Stag promised so much. That it was plagued with reliability issues, all of which can now be addressed, meant that it was a sales disaster. This was a shame because… more»

Rare Roadster: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster

The years following World War II saw a number of cooperative automotive endeavors between American and British automotive manufacturers, especially given the fact that at that particular point in time, the British were recognized as leaders in the design… more»

Special Colors: 1961 Porsche 356 B

This 1961 Porsche 356 is a project car that left the factory wearing a rare shade of paint known as Royal Blue. The car has undergone some attempts at restoration, and is being sold by known 356 expert Unobtanium… more»

Save Them! Pair of 1966 Ford Mustangs

West of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, there are a pair of 1966 Ford Mustangs that are waiting to be rescued. They consist of a red coupe and blue convertible and can be found here on Craigslist with an asking price of… more»

Stunning Transformation: 1987 Bertone X1/9

When this 1987 Bertone X1/9 was dragged from a barn just over a year ago, it was a pretty sad and forlorn-looking sight. However, hiding below the years of accumulated dust was a solid and rust-free car just waiting… more»

All Original Hot Hatch: 1985 Merkur XR4Ti

This 1985 Merkur XR4Ti is a surprisingly well preserved example with just over 75,000 original miles and remaining in stock condition. Purchased as an autocross project for the seller and his son, it is now for sale as the… more»

Sub-20K Miles: 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger

This pretty 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger has just over 17,000 miles from new on the clock and presents as being in as-new condition. The early Shelby creations weren’t as powerful as the later cars, but still packed lots of… more»