Real SS 396? 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

Chevy saw the need for a mid-size car in its lineup and the Chevelle was born in 1964. It was a nice complement to the compact Chevy II/Nova and the full-size Biscayne/Bel Air/Impala. The Malibu would be the top… more»

Project Lot! 16 Land Rover Range Rover Projects

This listing is for a lot of Range Rovers, and I mean that in both noun form and as a means of measurement. The “lot” is loaded with 16 classic Land Rover Range Rover vehicles, some of which are… more»

312/3-Speed Manual: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

There are several things that set this 1955 Ford Thunderbird apart from others and make it a more desirable baby bird. Some would say that all ’55-’57 Thunderbirds are desirable – OK, I can agree with that, but let’s… more»

Back To Black: 1972 AMC AMX

This AMX first appeared on Barn Finds in March 2021. At the time, it was unrestored and in fairly rough condition. It didn’t find a new home, so the seller decided to do a major refurbishing of the automobile…. more»

Canadian Cutlass: 1965 Oldsmobile 4-4-2

The 4-4-2 (later just 442) was Oldsmobile’s version of the successful Pontiac GTO. It was in the lineup from 1964-87 and made appearances sporadically after that. This 1965 edition is built on the Cutlass Holiday Coupe and has a… more»

Summer Beach Cruiser: 2010 Fiat 500 Jolly

Few cars are as cute, bubbly, or iconic as the Nuova Cinquecento. The little Italian runabout was meant to evoke a similar feeling as that of the two-wheeled Piaggio Vespa scooter that is all so popular, while being an economical… more»

Ran When Parked: 1973 Ford Grand Torino Sport

I don’t know why, but I love perusing craigslist with the search term, Ran when parked. There’s something about it that just seems to yield interesting specimens, potentially because in some cases, I really do believe that certain older… more»

Pristine Hot Hatch: 1991 Honda Civic Si

$22,500: that’s the asking price for this pristine 1991 Honda Civic Si. No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. It’s hard to believe an entry-level hatchback has come this far, but that’s where we are at this point in car… more»

Partially Parted: 1985 Ford Mustang SVO

How do you approach buying a car that the seller thought was best used as a parts rig? It’s an interesting conundrum, as plenty of us have bought spare cars to keep another one on the road when values… more»

Just 2,000 Made! 1960 Lincoln Continental Mark V

The Mark series of Continentals from 1958-60 are some of the boldest designs and styling to come from Ford Motor Co. They were the largest unit-construction (“unibody”) automobiles ever built, alongside the “Squarebird” Thunderbirds at a brand-new manufacturing plant…. more»

Finalé Body! 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

Barely identifiable as having started life as a Pontiac, this shiny red sports car wears a UK-sourced Finalé widebody kit. The modified 1988 Pontiac Fiero in Brunswick, Florida may be the only one in America, and one of 32… more»

930 Roller: 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo

While we all have projects that we hope to get to someday, most of us would say there’s a threshold for what gets done and what remains unfinished. How desirable is the car? Is there sentimental value at play?… more»

Long Wheelbase Barn Find: 1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

This desirable 1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler was supposedly tucked away in south Georgia barn for many years, and has emerged relatively unscathed from its hiatus from the road. The paintwork looks fairly tidy and the original decals are still… more»

Two V8s Provided! 1965 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO is long credited with starting the mid-size muscle car movement in the 1960s. Though many now think the letters GTO stood for “gas, tires, and oil,” it’s an abbreviation for Gran Turismo Omologato (“grand tourer homologated”)… more»

Pickup Conversion Candidate? 1952 White 300 COE

COE projects are always so compelling. The art deco design is extremely attractive, and you know that trucks like this White 3000 will look absolutely killer when someone builds a high-quality rat rod out of it. And while commercial-grade… more»

Blue Chip Pickup: 1959 GMC 1/2 Tonner

Pickups are hot, no doubt about it. For Chevy/GMC guys and gals, it started with the 1967-1972 “Action Line“, then the trend moved forward with the Square Body versions (1973-1987). Now there’s a reverse move as the Chevrolet Task… more»