1961 Ford Thunderbird – “Still in the Barn”

As you can tell from the years of dirt and debris on this car, it has been stored in this barn for a long time. In fact, the seller says it is still in the barn! It can be… more»

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World-Famous Classic Car Salvage Business For Sale!

Mark Twain once said, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Well, for those of us that enjoy the classic car hobby, owning a salvage yard might be… more»

2,414 Miles? 1975 AMC Matador

A person could argue that a car like this 1974 AMC Matador sedan is one of the most unusual products to come from AMC. For a company so well known for odd or highly-unusual small cars like the Pacer… more»

1-Of-5: 1942 Lincoln-Zephyr 3-Window Coupe

The dictionary describes a Zephyr as being a soft and gentle breeze. That seems to be a pretty apt name for a car that was designed to waft down the road, wrapping its occupants in total luxury. The Lincoln-Zephyr… more»

Engine Out Service Done: 1983 Ferrari Mondial QV Coupe

This 1983 Ferrari Mondial QV coupe is a sharp example of one of the more unloved Ferrari cars, but that sentiment is changing as vehicles from the 80s become increasingly desirable. There was a time when you seemingly couldn’t… more»

Road Less Traveled: 1974 AMC Javelin

AMC was a late comer to the pony car market, arriving more than three years after Ford first unveiled the Mustang. As such, they had less sales success than the others in that crowded market space. The Javelin was… more»

Lean-To Find: 1953 International R112 Pickup

OK, enough of this manufactured, “I’ve worked really hard” look or an invitation to “Check out my perfectly applied body shop patina”; here’s the real, worn deal. Parked in a lean-to in Ramsey, Minnesota for the last twenty years… more»

Field of Dreams: Massive Classics Junkyard in Kansas

This seller of literally acres of sunburnt classics has access to two full yards of vintage tin, and has been advertising his wares on craigslist and eBay for months now. This latest posting on craigslist is a means of… more»

Quonset Find: 1969 Peugeot 404

One more thing: Columbo didn’t drive a Peugeot 404, his famous convertible was a Peugeot 403. It was close, but no cigar. (See, he always had a cigar in his hand) (tough crowd)… I think this car, a 1969… more»

Mini-Car Fun: 1949 Crosley Hotshot

Crosley was a small, independent manufacturer of really small American cars. They were only in business for 13 years and more than a third of that was consumed by World War II. After building only starter cars, the company… more»

Hardtop Wagon: 1957 Buick Caballero

If I had to pick just two car styles I’m drawn to, it would be the 4-door hardtop and the station wagon. Thankfully, Buick was one of the manufacturers in Detroit who successfully combined those styles, as seen here… more»

Cheap Vintage 4×4: 1967 Land Rover IIA

There are a few ways to make your driveway instantly cooler with a solitary vehicle acquisition, and the addition of a vintage Land rover is one of them. The long wheelbase Rovers with four full doors are hard to… more»

NCRS Award Winner: 37K Mile 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

It is hard to imagine a more optimistic year for the Chevrolet Corvette than 1965. Power abounded from an entry-level of 250 gross HP all the way to a new for ’65, 425 gross HP. It was the last… more»

American In Quimper! Big Block 1972 Chevrolet Caprice

UPDATE – We just heard from the seller and this beauty has sold! Hopefully, the new owner will send us photos of it once it arrives at its new home. FROM 4/21/2020 – Dedicated fans of big American cars… more»

41K Original Miles: 1988 Jaguar XJ-S Convertible

Refinement on wheels is how I would define this beautiful, 41K mile, 1988 Jaguar XJ-S convertible. This convertible is one of approximately 2,100 that was converted to a drop-top by coachbuilder Hess and Eisenhardt and it appears as new…. more»

Hot Rod Potential? 1937 Ford Tudor Sedan

Ford’s sales literature called the 1937 Ford “The Universal Car,” and its design certainly stands the test of time. This 1937 Ford Tudor Sedan in Redmond, Washington needs extensive work in the left rear, but this classy classic deserves… more»