BF Auction: 1960 Willys Jeep

The roots of the Willys Jeep (MB) go back to World War II where they were an integral part of the ground portion of the U.S. military program of the 1940s. After the war when military demand had subsided… more»

Special Seats: 1984 Buick Grand National

Grand Nationals are not an uncommon sight around these parts, but we often see them showing up as 1986 and later models. This nicely-presented example is an earlier 1984 model which represents the first year the Grand National was… more»

No Reserve: 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

It happens all the time, with novice car fans all the way to seasoned Hot Rod shop owners, when that special car comes along that you just have to buy for your forever collection, which is what was intended… more»

Factory Turbo! 1983 Buick Regal T-Type

Recall your younger days, learning your alphabet, when the teacher said, “Repeat after me, children:  ‘T is for Turbo’.” Buick wanted buyers to learn that lesson in the ’80s, and worked hard to smear performance across their fleet. Buick’s… more»

Another Rare One: 1970 Plymouth Gran Coupe Convertible

Considering Plymouth only produced sixty-six examples of the 1970 Barracuda Gran Coupe Convertible equipped with the 383/TorqueFlite drivetrain combination, it is a rare treat for two to land on our desks at Barn Finds within days. However, the two… more»

Chevrolet Powered: 1970 Lamborghini Espada S1

Fresh from the successful introduction of the Miura, Lamborghini took aim at the market for true four-seaters with a supercar twist, something more family-oriented than his 400 GT. His first effort in this direction was the Marzal, a Bertone-designed… more»

45-Year Barn Find Story: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

The 1969 model year brought a close to the first generation of the popular Chevy Camaro. And it would be extended by three months due to issues in getting the all-new 1970 pony car ready for production. The 327… more»

Just Call Me Stubby! 1981 Cadillac Seville

It’s so odd, I can’t take my eyes off of it! I’m going to have to add this 1981 Cadillac Seville to the old, “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should” file. This modified convertible looks like a… more»

Only 17k miles! 1959 Willys Jeep

It’s always great to see original cars, and workhorses, still on the road in great condition and being loved by their various owners. Our 1959 Willys Jeep comes with a somewhat unbelievable 17,110 miles! Which means it has covered… more»

Barn Find Twister: 1971 Plymouth Duster

The Duster was a popular variant of the Plymouth Valiant compact. From 1970 to 1976, it was a fastback coupe that had its own sheet metal from the windshield back. The performance version was the Duster 340, but for… more»

Continental Kit! 1958 Mercury Monterey

The 1958 model year was not a good one for the automobile industry. The U.S. was amid an economic recession that would put a big dent in car sales. Mercury suffered more than most, seeing a decline of 53%,… more»

Motor Project: 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE

Here on eBay is a well-bred sedan: a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE, bid to $7600 with the reserve met. This car is located in Dallas, Texas. Not only is this Benz a worthy example, but the seller has also posted… more»

BF Auction: 1922 Model T Dune Buggy Rat Rod

It is widely acknowledged that the Dune Buggy craze reached its zenith during the 1960s and 1970s, although it is possible to buy a new one today. The most instantly recognizable is the Meyers Manx, although some owners elected… more»

Rebadged Import: 1986 Merkur XR4Ti

Ford in the U.S. has been known to borrow from Ford of Europe over the years for cars to market on these shores. Case-in-point is the Mercury Capri which was built and sold under the name on both continents…. more»

1972 Pontiac Grand Prix SSJ Reproduction

The “personal luxury car” niche – four-seaters with sporty characteristics and high-quality trim – was in full swing by the time the 1970s rolled around. John DeLorean contributed to the trend when he redesigned the Pontiac Grand Prix in… more»

1-Of-500: 1999 Oldsmobile 88 50th Anniversary

The Olds Eighty-Eight (also 88) enjoyed a 50-year run from 1949 to 1999. It would be the GM division’s most profitable car for the first half of that period (the Cutlass Supreme would then take that position). With the… more»