Grandma’s 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu!

On September 6, 1971, I bought my first car, a ’65 Malibu SS two-door hardtop. It had a 283 CI engine and a four-speed manual transmission. I paid the princely sum of $550 (still have the bill of sale)… more»

Strange Survivor: 28k Mile 1992 Ford Tempo GL

Although labeling it as a classic might be stretching the friendship a bit, this 1992 Ford Tempo GL rates as something different right now, and has the potential to be something a bit special in years to come if… more»

Patina’d Sport Package: 1983 BMW 320is

This 1983 BMW 320is is a pleasingly grungy sport package car, equipped with all of the desirable goodies it left the factory with. As of late, the E21-chassis 3-Series is enjoying a nice uptick in interest, thanks to its… more»

No Reserve: 1990 Chevy Corvette ZR1

This 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is a long-time elderly owned example equipped with the 5-speed manual transmission and all of its original equipment – right down to an owner’s manual signed by Zora Duntov. The seller bought it from… more»

Pillarless Pontiac: 1967 Pontiac Bonneville Hardtop

At 18½’ in length, the 1967 Pontiac Bonneville is by no means a small car, but it is a car that can transport its occupants in comfort and style. This particular Bonneville could be driven and enjoyed as it… more»

No Reserve Project: 1951 Mercury M3 Pickup

Complete, original, and ripe for restoration. Those would have to be the best words that I can use to describe this 1951 Mercury M3 Pickup. It has led a relatively sheltered existence, meaning that it is also a pickup… more»

Parked In 1988: 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback

This 1969 Mustang might look rough, but it does have a few things in its favor as a project car. The first of these is that it is essentially complete, while the fact that it is a full, numbers-matching… more»

270HP 2×4: 1959 Chevrolet Corvette

That the Corvette managed to survive beyond its first few years of production to become a long-standing fixture in the American automotive world has a lot to do with pride amongst Chevrolet management at the time. Production Corvettes from… more»

11k Original Miles: 1958 Chrysler Saratoga

Automotive styling trends come and go, and just when you think that you’ve seen the end of a particular trend, it will suddenly emerge once again. A notable exception to this rule has been the fin. For a brief… more»

Rare Luxury: 1956 Continental Mark II

When Ford decided to produce a successor to Edsel Ford’s incredibly beautiful Lincoln Continental, they set their sights higher than even the Lincoln Division. Ford decided to create a Continental Division that would eventually have a whole range of… more»

Quirky And Clean: 1977 AMC Gremlin

By the end of 1976, sales of the AMC Gremlin were in free-fall, and the company knew that action was required if the car was going to continue to sell in reasonable numbers. Apart from a substantial restyle, they… more»

It’s Da Bomb! One-Owner 1941 Chevrolet C.O.E. Truck

According to the ad, this is a very original 1941 Chevrolet truck that has been owned by the same person since new! It can be found here on eBay with a current bid just over $12,000…the reserve hasn’t been… more»

Patina And Performance: 1968 GMC C10 Short Bed

UPDATE 10/16/19 – This sweet C10 has been relisted here on eBay with a $3k price drop. Is that enough though? FROM 9/20/19 – Is this the quintessential truck of today’s patina and performance fascination? This 1968 GMC has… more»

Car & Driver Turbo Test Car: 1977 Lancia Scorpion

This 1977 Lancia Scorpion is a rare example of a well-preserved car that was featured in Car & Driver magazine in 1984. Bolting a turbocharger to the mid-engined Italian was likely in response to what many felt were major… more»

Amazing One-Owner 5k Mile 1997 Honda Prelude!

This 1997 Honda Prelude SH is a stunning, low mile, one owner car that is presented like a princess in a host of photos showing off all kinds of poses. This pristine survivor is located in Tacoma, Washington. The… more»

Would You Drive This Pink 1990 Porsche 911?

This 1990 Porsche 911 is one of the rarest models you can find, as it left the factory with special order paint – otherwise known as paint to sample – in a shade known as karminrot. You may simply… more»