American Classic Cars

Owned for 43 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

For some people, selling their first car can be difficult. Imagine selling your first car after owning it for 43-years! That would have to be one tough decision, but it is the one that the owner of this 1969… more»

53k Genuine Miles: 1973 Chevrolet Nova Custom

Careful ownership shows, and you only need to look at the photos to gain some understanding of just how cherished this 1973 Chevrolet Nova Custom has been throughout its life. The vehicle’s condition is just striking, and all it… more»

Manual Muscle: 1981 Pontiac Firebird Formula

Finding affordable classic muscle cars isn’t an easy task these days, especially if you want a driver-quality example that won’t make you wince when driving it among the unpredictable public. Luckily, Barn Finds reader Pat L. came across this… more»

Suicide Door Sedan: 1964 Lincoln Continental Barn Find!

One of the more noteworthy vehicles from the 1960s is the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental, which the company produced from 1961-1969. The model was notorious for its rear-hinged rear doors, commonly known as “suicide doors.” Barn Finds reader Kevin found… more»

1977 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Survivor!

Originally with a single owner in Connecticut, this 1977 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Station Wagon has now moved to Rancho Cucamonga, California for the last few years. The seller is asking $7,499 for this large, wood cruiser that has 59,000… more»

Daily Driver Aerocoupe: 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Built initially for NASCAR specifications a year earlier, this 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe is a clean example of only 6,052 examples built for that year. It is located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania and has a current bid price… 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»

Running Strong: 1923 Studebaker Special Six

It is always so nice to see a running and driving car that is approaching 100 years old. This 1923 Studebaker Special Six is exactly that. Located in Spring City, Pennsylvania, the buy-it-now price is set at $11,000 or… more»

Estate Find: 1976 Bradley GT

When somebody passes away, the sad reality is that those left behind have a mountain of things that need to be attended to. That is the case with this 1976 Bradley GT. The seller’s father passed away earlier this… more»

Ready to Restore: 1914 Ford Model T

This 1914 Ford Model T is what I would call a “bitsa” car. Its bits of a 1914 model, along with bits of a 1913, a 1915, and a 1926. The result is still a great little car that… more»

Is This 1993 Ford Bronco Centurion The Best One In Existence?

This 1993 Ford Bronco Centurion, which is one giant of a vehicle, has been in climate-controlled storage for some time. As a result, it is in exceptionally good condition for its age. It is now out of storage and… more»

Parked for 20 Years: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner

This 1973 Plymouth Road Runner has been sitting for more than 20-years, and while it has some major rust issues, it has one very important attribute in its favor. It is cheap. Barn Finder Roger spotted the Plymouth for… more»

EV To Gas Conversion? 1980 HMV Free-Way

Every so often here at Barn Finds, we see vehicles that were originally gas-powered but were converted to battery power. This 1980 HMV Free-Way is the exact opposite, it was originally an EV and was converted to having a… more»

Needs Metal Work: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Time can be kinder to some classic cars than to others, and this 1970 Dodge Super Bee has certainly suffered at the hands of time, and the elements. The owner states that it will need a lot of metal-work,… 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»

Pontiac’s Nova: 1975 Pontiac Ventura

The many different flavors of X-bodies did little to distort the reality that these were economy cars built at a time of significant challenges in the U.S. automotive industry, not the least of which was building a legit competitor… more»