Canadian Classic Cars

Museum Find: 1965 Hus-Ski 200A Snowmobile

Some of the most interesting snowmobiles came from Canada – in fact, a lot of them did whether they were interesting or not. This 1965 Hus-Ski 200A is certainly interesting and the seller has it listed here on eBay… more»

First Year survivor: 1958 Pontiac Parisienne Hardtop

The Parisienne name first appeared within the Pontiac brand in 1958 as a deluxe “halo” offering within the Laurentian model. While sources tend to be lightly contradictory, it is believed that only around 1,226 examples of the Parisienne V8… more»

Worth Fixing? 1970 Chevelle SS 396

Chevelle joined the Chevrolet line-up in 1964 as a new mid-size entry. While the Super Sport was available from the beginning, the SS 396 became a series of its own for 1966-68. If reverted to option status in 1969… more»

Quadruple Geo Metro Barn Find?!!

When you think of collector cars, all sorts of iconic names come to mind. Like the 1965-66 Ford Mustang. Or the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad. And this list goes on and on. But the one brand that doesn’t make anyone’s… more»

Canadian Cruiser: 1961 Chrysler Saratoga

As the saying goes, it’s only original once — and this 1961 Chrysler Saratoga is extremely original! It is listed for sale here on eBay where bidding has risen to just over $10,000 CDN. That’s right, this beauty is… more»

Fiberglass Rarity: 1956 La Dawri Conquest Project

La Dawri Coachcraft was a maker of fiberglass sports car bodies, including the Conquest (aka Cavalier). You could think of them as a kit car, but if you bought one, all you got was the body. The company began… more»

Three-Cylinder Survivor: 1992 Geo Metro Convertible

Who remembers the Geo nameplate? It was a 1990s thing when General Motors formed a partnership with Suzuki to produce small subcompact cars for the U.S. market. They were the rebadged Suzuki Cultus sold in the States at Chevrolet… more»

World’s Largest: The LeMay Family Collection

For me, the idea of a barn find includes components of the undiscovered, the neglected, and the for-sale. Not all of these elements have to be present, but at least a couple. So I take some issue with Classic… more»

Take Your Pick: Studebaker Assortment

Located in a field near Greenville, North Carolina lies a “collection” of Studebaker cars and one truck. They’re all from the 1950s and 1960s and how they came together here isn’t known. They’ve been sitting outside since they were… more»

Stored 37 Years: 1965 Studebaker Daytona

The 1960s started with optimism at Studebaker-Packard Corporation. In 1959, the company had launched its new compact, the Lark, and it was selling well. But as the new decade unfolded, competition would soon displace the Lark as a leader… more»

Gull Wing Doors! 1975 Bricklin SV-1

Malcolm Bricklin is an American businessman who has had a colorful track record in the automobile business. That included founding Subaru of America, importing the infamous Yugoslavian-built Yugo, and starting up General Vehicles to build a car bearing his… more»

Canadian Barn Find: 1947 Chevrolet 3800 Pickup

From north of the border comes this 1947 Chevrolet 3800 pickup. And it’s a true Canadian resident having been built at a Canadian plant, perhaps Oshawa assembly (there is an image of the manufacturer’s trim tag included but it… more»

Survivor Or Restored? 1954 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

And now, time for something different. Not a barn find, not a muscle car, not a rare high dollar foreign wreck, not a custom, and not something indescribable. Nope, just a car, an ordinary mid-century four-door sedan in the… more»

Rare Canadian Built: 1927 Chrysler Series 50 3-Window Coupe

While Chrysler hit the ground running with several new offerings for the 1927 model year, the Canadian-built Series 50 3-Window Coupe is believed to be the rarest of the bunch. Only twelve examples rolled off the production line in… more»

Vintage Sled-Mobile: 1963 Ski-Doo R6

The Ski-Doo is a brand name of snowmobile manufactured by Bombardier Recreational Products in Canada. The first Ski-Doo (called Ski-Dog initially) was produced in 1959 and the assembly line is still running today. This 1963 R6 model was restored… more»

Northern Neighbor: 1941 Fargo Pickup

Here is a rare find, at least south of the border: a 1941 Fargo 1/2 Ton Pickup. Located in Montreal, Quebec, and listed here on eBay, the bid on this barn find currently rests at $1,791 with over three… more»