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Tidy Survivor: 1982 DMC DeLorean

If styling and appearance had been the sole consideration, the DMC DeLorean would have been a sales smash hit that would have cemented the company’s long-term financial viability. Unfortunately, bad management decisions and poor quality control tarnished the vehicle’s… more»

22k Original Miles: 1967 Chevrolet Impala

This 1967 Chevrolet Impala might not be loaded with optional extras, but it more than makes up for this shortcoming by having a genuine 22,400 miles on its odometer. In “Chevy-Speak,” that’s barely broken in, which means that it… more»

SS 454! 1973 Chevrolet El Camino

For most of its life, the Chevy El Camino ran parallel to the mid-size Chevelle. It was a “Gentlemen’s Pickup” that was part car/part truck. This 1973 edition was ordered with Chevy’s big-block 454 V8 engine and SS (Super… more»

Back Lot Find: 1970 Dodge Challenger

The Challenger was an all-new car in 1970, bringing Dodge into the pony car scene, although later than all the other players. It would share its platform with the Plymouth Barracuda for five model years but none of the… more»

No Reserve: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Tribute

The recent history of this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is slightly convoluted, but it is being offered for sale due to the recent passing of its owner. It it has been listed by his son, who also happens to… more»

Running Project: 1976 Corvette Sting Ray

The third generation of the Chevy Corvette would run from 1968-82 and is referred to as the C3. The styling of the sports car harks back to the Mako Shark. A car that struggled to find its way in… more»

Rare Color: 1976 Ford Bronco Ranger

The bidding history tells a big part of the story with this 1976 Ford Bronco Ranger. It is 1-of-46 to wear this color in the 1976 model year, and when combined with the 1st Generation Bronco’s ongoing popularity, it… more»

Affordable Survivor: 1980 AMC Spirit Liftback

This 1980 AMC Spirit proves that you don’t need a million dollars in the bank to own a classic car. It is a clean and tidy survivor that the owner is offering for sale with No Reserve. While the… more»

1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 Survivor!

The GSX was the top-of-the-line Skylark, and was Buick’s equivalent to the Pontiac GTO Judge. Equipped with a Buick 455 V-8 engine and upgraded suspension components, the GSX provided a muscle car experience…through the civilized lens of a Buick…. more»

Inherited 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Custom

Corvette was Chevrolet’s answer to the popularity of European sports cars. Named for a small, nimble warship, and sporting a six-cylinder engine and two-speed automatic transmission, the Corvette was decidedly underpowered for its sporting name in its debut year… more»

Triple Carb 427! 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Project

Talk about collectible Corvettes, here’s just such an example in the form of a second-year C3, powered by Chevrolet’s legendary 427 CI “Rat” motor. It’s a project but looks like a sound start so let’s check it out. This… more»

Rocket V8 Bargain? 1961 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible

Between 1961-65, the Starfire would be Oldsmobile’s entry into the personal luxury space. In an unusual move, the 1961 edition would only be offered as a convertible, although a hardtop was added the next year. This beautiful ’61 with… more»

If Rolls-Royce Built A Family Wagon! 1971 Ford Country Squire

One of eight such vehicles produced, this 1971 Ford Country Squire station wagon in De Pere, Wisconsin wears a complete and genuine Rolls-Royce front clip, well-integrated into the Country Squire bodywork. The elegant two-tone paint gleams. Though sold as-is,… more»

Still In The Barn! 1959 Chevrolet Corvette

The seller of this ’59 Corvette inherited it from their uncle and is in the process of clearing out his estate. They don’t know much about the car’s past, but they do know that their uncle removed the body… more»

Desert Find: 1962 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

For the model year 1962, the de Ville series of Cadillacs was a step up from the Series 62, not that there was anything basic about a Cadillac. These were well-appointed automobiles that continued to outsell the competition, i.e.,… more»

1-Of-12: 1966 Fiberfab Banshee

Kit cars will always be a lucky dip when it comes to the vexing question of build quality. Sometimes the finished product can be stunning, while at other times, they can be pretty gruesome. This 1966 Fiberfab Banshee fits… more»