Canadian Classic Cars

Off-Road Antics: 1981 Argo 8

The Argo 8 is an ATV – All Terrain Vehicle. It was built for commercial/industrial applications but could be a lot of fun for personal use as well. The Canadian company that builds them has been around for 60… more»

Canadian Poncho: 1958 Pontiac Parisienne

In the U.S. in 1958, the Chevrolet Impala debuted. That first year, it was limited to a special 2-door hardtop and convertible before becoming the leading Chevy in 1959. At GM of Canada, 1958 also brought the Pontiac Parisienne,… more»

Rare 1942 GMC Truck Comes With a Pile of Parts

Old GMC trucks are often used as parked advertising for antique shops and the like. There, they rust in peace. This one, however, is a work in progress, with a lot already done. It’s a rare 1942 Canada-built half-ton… more»

BF Exclusive: 1971 Ford F-250 Sport Custom 4×4

Farm fresh and full of nostalgia, this semi-refurbished 1971 Ford F250 Custom Sport 4×4 runs and drives “great,” according to the seller. The Marsing, Idaho classic seeks a new owner here on Barn Finds, where $28,000 puts a clean… more»

Canadian Droptop: 1959 Pontiac Parisienne

A luxurious Canadian Chevy.  That might adequately sum up in four words how the Pontiac Parisienne started life when it was introduced to the Canadian market in the late ’50s.  Mechanically, the car was just about the same as… more»

North Of The Border Find: 1946 Mercury Pickup

Well, I’ve heard of a Mercury pickup truck but I know I’ve never seen one in the steel. Barn Finder T.J. submitted a tip on this 1946 one-tonner and I figure that it’s as close to one as I’ll… more»

Rare Barn Find! 1954 Mercury M100 Pickup

UPDATE 07/08/2022: This is the second time we’ve featured this 1954 Mercury M100 Pickup, although it looks like it may have changed owners since 2019. It remains untouched since and needs another new home and an owner willing to… more»

Nicest One Left? 1965 Studebaker Daytona

By 1965, Studebaker was on life support. They had ceased producing cars in the U.S. the prior year and would call it quits in 1966. Which was a shame because Studebaker’s were solid, reliable cars back in the day…. more»

Make Offer! 1964 Studebaker Wagonaire

The seller of this Studebaker states they know nothing at all about it, but it needs to go away! By looking at the pictures closely, I think it’s a 1964 Studebaker Wagonaire with a super-cool sliding roof! The car… more»

GM of Canada: 1970 Pontiac LeMans Sport

The LeMans was a Pontiac nameplate that began as a trim upgrade on the compact Tempest and stuck around as a mid-size through 1981. In 1970, Pontiac introduced the LeMans Sport as a step between the regular family-oriented LeMans… more»

Rare Canadian Import: 1973 Ford Cortina Mk III Estate

Developed by Ford of Europe, the Cortina Mk III proved one of the most popular cars to hit the British market during the 1970s. The company exported the vehicle to several foreign markets, including Canada. The seller located this… more»

Unrestored Rarity: 1967 Mercury Meteor Wagon

Mercury enthusiasts will likely recognize the Meteor name from its brief stint in the U.S. in the early 1960s.  Like Ford did with the Galaxie, the Meteor was a marketing ploy to appeal to the excitement surrounding the Space… more»

V8 Monster Sub-Compact! 1996 Geo Metro

The Geo Metro was a spin-off of the sub-compact Suzuki Cultus and was sold in North America between 1989-01. It was a joint venture between General Motors and the Japanese company, which included production in Canada for a while…. more»

Nicest One Left? 1976 Ski-Doo Elan Deluxe 250

Half of the US would probably never have a need for or wouldn’t even want a snowmobile, let would have owned or ridden one. It’s an odd sport for anyone who didn’t grow up with snow on the ground… more»

Top Swap! 1962 Pontiac Parisienne Bubble Top

There’s a lot going on here with this 1962 Pontiac Parisienne “bubble top” two-door hardtop and there is definitely an interesting turn of events that have occurred. This car has undergone a surprising transformation so let’s dig in and… more»

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»