BF AUCTION: 1963 International R-185

International Harvester built everything from farm equipment to the Scout, and all the way up to long haul semi-tractors. In the early 1950s, they were well known for their medium to heavy-duty trucks, such as this R-185 that is… more»

Auction Your Car On Barn Finds!

1948 Chevrolet 3604 Pickup Survivor

Like all the U.S. vehicle manufacturers, Chevrolet came out of the war effort in 1946 looking to make up for lost time. This was especially true of the truck market because of pent-up demand in both the consumer and… more»

One-Owner Shorty: 1976 Chevrolet G10 Van

It’s rare to find a one-owner example of anything made in the 1970s, but a van that could be used for multiple purposes, from carpentry to camping, typically always has more than one caretaker. Not this time: this short-wheelbase… more»

Ready To Tailgate: 2007 Mini Cooper Pickup

A 2007 Mini Cooper “pickup” isn’t exactly what most of us think about when we think of Barn Finds. It’s not a dusty or dirty old car that is sitting neglected and forgotten in a barn or garage somewhere… more»

Stock Islander Edition: 1992 Jeep Wrangler

Just a few days ago, we featured an exceedingly clean Jeep Wranger of the YJ generation, with a hefty asking price due to its shockingly low mileage. This one may be a better bet for a truck you can… more»

1986 Toyota “Custom Cab” Pickup

Although today we take for granted that extended cab and four-door pickup trucks are the norms, there was a time when it was far harder to find extra space in a pickup truck at your local dealer. It was… more»

4,000 Original Miles! 1993 Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wranglers rarely show up in tidy condition after a few decades on the road, largely because of the lives they tend to lead: on the trail or by the beach, neither of which is conducive to the long-term… more»

Original Paint: 1973 International Scout II 4×4

This 1973 International Harvester Scout is described as a true survivor from Northern California that has clearly been cherished since new. The details are fantastic on this truck, like the original decals going down the sides and brand new… more»

Four-Door Conversion: 1989 Ford Bronco

The business of building four-door Broncos was quite active in the middle 90s, as no fewer than four companies were in the mix for taking the classic two-door and stretching it to a four-door platform. There are some differences… more»

Updated Driver! 1958 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside

With the engineering complete on this custom Chevy Fleetside, it just needs a new owner to jump behind the wheel and twist the key. The 1958 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside represents Chevy’s first Fleetside (smooth-sided bed without separate fenders) and… more»

First Year V8: 1955 Chevrolet 3600 Wrecker

There was a time when you needed or wanted something specific, you created it from whatever was available. And that’s the case with this 1955 Chevrolet 3600 wrecker. According to the seller, it started life as a 3/4 ton… more»

Shorty Coach: 1960 Chevrolet School Bus

While some former school buses have been converted into proper campers and full-length RVs, few are equipped as uniquely as this 1960 Chevrolet school bus. That’s because it began life as an Army vehicle that featured extra tall roof… more»

Cadillac of RVs: 1978 GMC Royale Motorhome

Unlike most of the GMC motorhomes we feature, this Royale model actually looks quite tidy and has been extensively used as intended by its two owners. The GMC has been with the current caretaker since 1992 and has just… more»

Rusty Ranger Package: 1974 Ford Bronco

Ford Broncos are hot: there’s no doubt about it. And there’s nary a better example than seeing a former plow truck like this one, rotten in almost every panel, pulling bids to almost $4,000 with a day left in… more»

Cheap Short Bed: 1975 Chevrolet C10 Silverado

1975 was one of the few years that Chevy beat out Ford in truck sales, selling nearly 750,000 vehicles overall. The C10, the two-wheel-drive version of the Chevy full-size pickup, came in two box styles (Fleetside and Stepside), four… more»

Uncut U14 Survivor: 1966 Ford Bronco Pickup

This 1966 Ford Bronco Pickup might look a little bit baked, but below the surface, it is a solid and clean survivor with minimal rust problems. It would make a great project vehicle, although there is no reason why… more»