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British Barn Find: 1963 Humber Sceptre

Show of hands if you know what a Humber is. I didn’t but I’m learning that there’s a whole lot of auto stuff that I don’t know about. But I’m certain that our esteemed readership includes a few who… more»

400/4-Speed: 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

I’ve mentioned it before, but it often surprises me just how affordable some of the third-generation Chevrolet Corvettes still are.  Granted, there are plenty of them out there and it’s not hard to find one for sale at any… more»

Italian Job: 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Getting into this write-up was harder than you could imagine because, if I might quote Jeremy Clarkson: “This is the thing you have to remember. Alfa build a car as good as a car can be… briefly”. As the… more»

Stored 52 Years! 1955 Ford Thunderbird

The Ford Thunderbird was born in 1955 and is often compared to the Chevy Corvette of the same era. But that’s an inaccurate comparison as the T-Bird was designed as a 2-seat personal luxury car while the ‘Vette was… more»

1 of 1,268: 1970 Dodge Super Bee 6-Pack

The Super Bee was launched in 1968 to be Dodge’s companion to the Plymouth Road Runner in the mid-size muscle car market. Both were initially targeted to the lower price range in the performance field and – for whatever… more»

WYSIWYG! 1958 Chevrolet Corvette Project

The seller of this 1958 Chevrolet Corvette project makes it clear in their eBay ad that you get nothing that isn’t in the pictures–what you see is what you get! After looking at the pictures, it’s apparent that the… more»

Documented 390 GT! 1967 Ford Mustang

Just in time for America’s Independence Day, this patriotic pony car shows evidence of white, red, and blue paint jobs during its 55 years of service. The 1967 Ford Mustang GT lost its original 390 V8 and four-speed manual… more»

Strong Like A Bull: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

This 1978 Pontiac Formula is located in Houston, Texas. The seller says that the engine was just rebuilt and it is “Strong Like a Bull.” That makes me want to go test drive it! The car is also said… more»

Wrong Nose Job: 1980 Pontiac Trans Am

This 1980 Pontiac Trans Am has not been on the road since 1996. Pontiac enthusiasts will immediately recognize that this car has a 1977 – 1978 nose on the car which many think is an upgrade. The seller bought… more»

Only Two Owners: 1972 Chevrolet Camaro

The 1972 model year was a dumpster fire for Chevrolet and – specifically – the Camaro. A six-month labor strike at the Norwood, Ohio plant (the only place the Camaro was built) slowed production to a trickle of what… more»

Shocking Find: B&Z Electra King Project Cars

Incredibly, Barn Finds has featured this next oddity a number of times over the years. Here on craigslist are two Electra King three-wheelers for sale, $1,500 for the pair, or sold separately! These are project cars. The seller indicates… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1970 Ford Torino GT

Ford introduced the Second Generation Torino in 1970, with the new model making the most of “Coke bottle” styling. It also possessed a greater physical presence than its predecessor, making it the ideal base for a muscle car. This… more»

Yes, That’s a Porthole! 1979 Pinto Cruising Wagon

This 1979 Pinto Cruising Wagon looks kind of like the cross between a spaceship and the Love Boat of 70s TV fame. It’s got a porthole, for goodness sake! Still, that striping is cool! If you’ve been dreaming “Me… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1966 Corvette Stingray Coupe

This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette is described as a recent garage find that was discovered after 25 years in storage. Showing just under 35,000 original miles that are believed to be accurate, the Corvette is equipped with a 327/300 HP… more»

Original 389 Tri-Power: 1964 Pontiac GTO

For most muscle enthusiasts, our feature car represents the Holy Grail. Many consider the 1964 Pontiac GTO as the father of the muscle car scene, and the original owner ordered this one with the best of everything. Not only… more»

1 of 823: 1968 AMC Rebel SST Convertible

American Motors resurrected the Rebel name in 1967, replacing the mid-size Classic. That year it would be called the Rambler Rebel, but the Rambler prefix was dropped in 1968. The SST was the top-of-line Rebel and just 823 drop-tops… more»