Holy Grail Car: 2005 Mini Cooper JCW Convertible

UPDATE – The seller has relisted this Mini, but now as an auction. You can take another look here on eBay. When we look at the vintage muscle and classic cars that are most sought-after today, it is often… more»

Project Truck: 1979 Dodge Lil’ Red Express

If an old muscle truck is what you seek, you could do far worse than a classic Dodge Lil’ Red Express pickup. To me, this was one of the coolest marketing exercises ever attempted by a major manufacturer, with… more»

Numbers Matching Project: 1966 Pontiac GTO

Many consider the Pontiac GTO as the “godfather” of the mid-size muscle car market. From its introduction as an option on the Tempest/LeMans, practically every U.S. automaker jumped on board with their own factory hot rods. This example from… more»

1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme with 9k Genuine Miles!

Every classic car has a backstory, and some are more fascinating than others. The seller provides little information regarding the history of this 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, so we are in the dark about how a car with forty-five… more»

BF Auction: 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

The 1960s muscle car war was in full swing by 1967, with Chrysler marques producing some of the most potent offerings available. This was graphically demonstrated by cars like this genuine 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T. It features the sector’s… more»

Carport Find! 1969 Ford Mustang Grande

There is absolutely no shortage of 1969 Ford Mustangs here on BF but not many are the Grande version – a sort of luxury notchback edition, first offered in ’69. Nope, it’s the fastbacks (SportsRoof), often in Mach I… more»

Build It Your Way: 1968 Dodge Charger

The first generation (1966-67) of the sporty Dodge Charger wasn’t a huge seller. But when Chrysler’s B-body cars were redesigned in 1968, Charger sales would multiply by a margin of 6 to 1 from 1967. The hideaway headlights and… more»

75k Original Miles: 1990 Cadillac Allanté

Releasing an entirely new model is a practice that automotive manufacturers avoid where possible. It is a high-risk venture, and carrying over as many components as possible from other offerings within the product range reduces the risk of sales… more»

Mustang’s Inspiration: 1965 Ford Falcon Sprint

Many consider the Ford Falcon Sprint to be the forerunner of the highly successful Mustang. It was sporty, came only in coupe and convertible body styles, and could be quite peppy. All of that describes the Mustang, which was… more»

Last Year: 1975 International Travelette 200

It’s always a gamble to list anything as the first, biggest, smallest, oldest, etc. That being said, many sources list the International Travelette as the first factory crew cab pickup. Can you think of an earlier example than the… more»

One Owner Survivor: 1971 Datsun 1200 2-Door Sedan

Most small cars from the early 1970s saw active service as commuters or daily drivers until their owners felt they’d reached the end of their serviceable life. Survivors within that category are relatively rare, especially if the car is… more»

Rebuilt 350 V8: 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

From its birth in 1964, the Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe was the most popular model and body style of the mid-size automobile. The 1968-72 editions were best-sellers and have been the subject of many SS clone projects. This 1972… more»

British Barn Find: 1934 Wolseley Hornet

Here’s an obscure one for you, a 1934 Wolseley Hornet Special. Manufactured by Wolseley Motors Limited, a Birmingham, England manufacturer. This right-hand drive, and now in two-seater form, has been languishing, hidden away in St. Louis for many years…. more»

Genuine Miles? 1981 Volkswagen Rabbit Convertible

One of the hardest pills to swallow if you’re listing an older vehicle for sale is knowing whether or not to claim the mileage as true. Any number of Carfax reports spout inaccurate date due to clerical errors at… more»

Troubled Past? 1983 Hurst/Olds Cutlass

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance had an on-again, off-again partnership spread out over 16 years. Beginning in 1968 and ending in 1984, they offered a muscle car based on the Cutlass on nine occasions. The last version was the 1983-84… more»

California Wagon: 1978 Mercury Marquis 400 V8

“Woodgrain, or not woodgrain, that is the question”, to paraphrase Bill Shakespeare, who I’m just assuming would have been a big fan of full-sized Mercury station wagons. The seller has beautifully presented this 1978 Mercury Marquis Wagon here on… more»