78k Original Miles: 1978 Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon

The very nature of the Ford Pinto means that it is becoming difficult to find good examples in today’s market. Conceived by the company as affordable and essentially disposable family transport, many served out their useful life reliably. When… more»

Two-Owner Garage Find: 1976 Datsun 280Z

There is a great deal of satisfaction to be had in bringing a car that was destined for the scrap yard back to life, but there is certainly something to be said for a beautifully preserved classic that needs… more»

455/4-Speed? 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

There’s a thought that postulates, “When enough is just right, too much is perfect!” And that is particularly pertinent when it comes to pony cars like this 1977 Pontiac Trans Am. They came with big engines but why not… more»

Preserved Patina: 1974 Mercury Capri

This 1974 Mercury Capri isn’t quite the fire-breather like we saw the other day in the form of the rare RSR turbocharged model, but it holds almost as much appeal thanks to its survivor-grade qualities and its rust-free chassis…. more»

1-Of-12: 1971 Ford Torino GT Convertible

Rarity is always going to be a subject that ignites debate in the classic car world. Take this 1971 Torino GT Convertible as an example. It presents superbly, and while it might not be perfect, it is a turn-key… more»

Pony In The Barn: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

UPDATE 09/16/2021: It appears that the bidding on this 1969 Mustang Mach 1 stalled when it was last listed for sale. It made it to $10,451, but that figure was short of the reserve. Circumstances haven’t changed for the… more»

Vintage Greyhound! 1955 GMC Scenicruiser

When you were young, did you ever take a cross-country trip on a Greyhound bus? If you did, the best way to see the USA was in a GMC Scenicruiser, a double-decker bus that Greyhound used in the ‘60s… more»

Better Than a Ferrari? 1986 Machiavelli GTS

In the world of replicas, do some cars stand apart? That opinion resides firmly in the eye of the beholder, but this rare 1986 Machiavelli GTS is certainly one of the more finished cars we’ve seen in the world… more»

No Reserve Barn Find: 1961 Chevrolet Corvette

Whether traversing Route 66, the A1A, or the PCH, it’s hard to imagine a more iconic steed than a classic Corvette. This 1961 Chevrolet Corvette in Miami, Florida almost certainly took a turn on Florida’s Atlantic coastal A1A before… more»

No Reserve 1973 Plymouth Road Runner 340

Most things eventually come into their own. The first-gen (’68-’70) Plymouth Road Runner has been a hot collectible ticket for a long time and the second-gen (’71-’74) is following suit – maybe not quite to the extent yet, but… more»

Huge 15 Cortina Stash Including Two Lotus Cortinas!

The Ford Cortina is a compact car built by Ford of Britain from 1962-82 and was the UK’s best-selling car during the 1970s. While all this was going on, there was also a performance version of the car built… more»

Shed Find: 1969 Dodge Coronet Deluxe

Not an R/T! Not a Super Bee! It’s just a plain-jane 1969 Dodge Coronet, specifically, a Deluxe coupe, which we were advised via the ’69 Dodge sales brochure was “the lowest price Coronet for 1969″. Whether it would be… more»

1959 Chevrolet Impala Barn Find

The Impala was introduced in 1958 as the top trim edition of the Bel Air. The car became its own series in 1959 when the full-size Chevies were redesigned after a single year. The ’59-60 versions were the boldest… more»

Worth Restoring? 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Ignore the seller’s forthright undercarriage photos and this College Park, Maryland Mustang shows high potential. Sadly the structural metal shows cake layers of rust and heavy disintegration. Hardware store sheet metal stands in for floor panels, and restoration may… more»

Two-Stroke Microcar: 1960 Vespa 400

When you think of the name “Vespa,” images of old, 2-stroke scooters tend to come to mind. As the grandfather of all scoots, Vespa production started in 1946 and continues today, although the bikes are much more modern now… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Introduced in 1964, the Chevelle became a popular mid-size car for the Bowtie Brigade at General Motors. The Super Sport or SS was a part of the mix from the beginning, but the SS 396 became its own series… more»