American Classic Cars

Survivor Safari: 1975 Pontiac Catalina Wagon

The seller says it simply and says it best: wagons are cool. Nothing more needs to be said, especially when the wagon in question is a survivor-grade 1975 Pontiac Catalina Safari wagon. The Pontiac resides in Ormond Beach, Florida,… more»

Rare Power Top: 1958 Chevrolet Corvette

Parked since 1975, this 1958 Chevrolet Corvette in Vero Beach, Florida may soon grace the highways and byways with its once-elegant presence again. The late ’50s two-seater comes to market here on eBay where at least 13 bidders have… more»

1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS With A Six Cylinder?

While smaller engines and less horsepower are usually not reasons for celebrating, this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS is such a rare bird that it deserves a closer look despite not being a V8-powered muscle car. The Camaro is a… more»

Muscle Car Project: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

A 1969 SS396 Chevelle has become one of the all-time uber collectible muscle cars. Quite a few have wended their way through the pages of Barn Finds and many are often in a similar condition to this example –… more»

Clean Up and Ride! 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The 1973 model year would be the last for the first-generation of the Ford Mustang. Nearly a decade after its original launch, the car was much different than the original: longer, wider, heavier, and more expensive. Sales had dwindled… more»

Stored 43 Years: 1930 Ford Model A

If Henry Ford was anything, he was a great businessman, with two successful car launches in a row. First, there was the Model T, which sold 15 million copies. And then there was the Model A, which saw another… more»

Low Mile Beauty: 1940 Diamond T Pickup

There are pickup trucks and then there are Diamond T pickup trucks.  This extraordinary example of a 1940 Model 201 typifies what pride Diamond T owners have in their trucks: The strong, clean lines, quality materials, and a non-nonsense… more»

Cheap Survivor: 39k Mile 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

The first generation of Chevy’s innovative compact, the Corvair, ran from 1960-64. The automobiles would be restyled for 1965-69, but still look like the cars before them. The first group of Corvairs took the most heat on safety from… more»

318 V8 Survivor: 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger

The fourth generation of the Dodge Dart would have the moniker’s longest run, from 1967-76. The Dart was the Dodge equivalent of the Plymouth Valiant. A 2-door hardtop variant, the Swinger, would be added to the line-up in 1969…. more»

Woody Convertible: 1984 Chrysler LeBaron

While the association of the Chrysler LeBaron convertible with the perennial holiday favorite Planes, Trains, and Automobiles is borderline old hat at this point, there’s no denying that this specimen of a K-car deserves a post with Thanksgiving upon… more»

Worth Saving? 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

In 1968, Dodge brought out the second generation of the Charger and they were sharp cars, more aerodynamic than their predecessors. They would enjoy a three-year run and sold well. The R/T was the “Road/Track” edition and would come… more»

Low Mileage Driver: 1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe

This 1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe is similar to the one we featured a few days ago, but only in terms of the shared model name and drivetrain. This example is much more of a driver-quality car, but one… more»

Unrestored Project: 1977 GMC Eleganza Motorhome

We’ve seen a rash of these front-wheel-drive GMC motorhomes come up for sale of late, and I suspect it has something to do with the wave of people tired of being house-bound and looking for a way out given… more»

21K Original Miles: 1987 Plymouth Reliant Wagon

A 1987 Plymouth Reliant wagon may not normally get your blood pumping, but this one is so clean, it deserves a closer look. With just over 21,000 original miles on the clock, it may very well be one of… more»

Parts Or Restore? 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix

This 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix looks quite sad parked in a messy driveway on flat tires, and the seller isn’t pushing it as a restoration candidate – but it does seem complete enough that parting it out would be… more»

Real Gran Sport? 1972 Buick Skylark GS

Buick has used the name Gran Sport (GS) on several performance cars built since 1965. Buick GS series automobiles were the most lavishly equipped GM sport models in their day. This 1972 edition purports to be a Skylark GS… more»