Sliding Roof! 1964 Studebaker Wagonaire

As Studebaker grasped for a survival strategy in the mid-1960s, it turned to its best-seller, the Lark, and the company’s star designer, Brooke Stevens. Stevens was given carte blanche to overhaul the Lark, and his answer was the Wagonaire…. more»

Three Original Miles! 1977 Chevrolet Nova

We’ve seen numerous low mileage claims over the years. but single-digit readings on the odometer are still fairly uncommon. They are even more unusual when attached to a bargain basement model that, ironically, appears to be in a basement… more»

Best One Left? 1978 AMC Pacer D/L Station Wagon

Some cars slip easily from public consciousness once production ends. Others are saved from obscurity by fortunate circumstances. The AMC Pacer enjoys a devoted following, but it could have been ignored by the broader community if it weren’t for… more»

Stroh’s Tour Pace Car: 1983 Pontiac Trans Am

While we’re accustomed to seeing a wide variety of pace car tributes and replicas some up for sale and marketed as collector vehicles, there’s occasionally a curve ball that’s harder to place value-wise. We all know about the various… more»

258 Miles in 25 Years! 1972 Chevrolet Corvette

We’re no strangers to low-mile classics at Barn Finds, but some deserve greater recognition than others. This 1972 Corvette is a perfect example because the seller recently purchased it from the previous owner, who clocked a mere 258 miles… more»

Hideaway Hardtop Project: 1958 Ford Fairlane Skyliner

One of the most interesting cars of the late 1950s was the Ford Skyliner. It was the first mass-produced, U.S.-built automobile to have a retractable roof which Ford marketed as the “Hideaway Hardtop.” It was technically complicated but sold… more»

No Reserve: 1988 Mercury Cougar LS

The pages of automotive history books overflow with brands that are no longer with us. Some went out in a blaze of glory, while others created barely a ripple when they disappeared. Sadly, Mercury falls into the second category… more»

Update: Price Reduced On a Very Original 1960 Ford Thunderbird.

UPDATE – This Black Bird has returned. We featured this highly original 1960 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop about 18 months ago with an asking price of $21,500. Now it’s back and for sale again but with a much lower asking… more»

Well Documented Driver: 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500

A known ownership history and comprehensive documentation can separate a good classic from a great one when considering investment potential. This 1969 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 ticks those boxes and underwent a light cosmetic restoration in the 1980s. It… more»

Droptop Project: 1990 Dodge Dakota Convertible

Technically a Dodge Dakota Sport, reportedly only 909 examples of this unique convertible pickup were made for the 1990 model year. We’ve seen a few examples here on Barn Finds over the years and this may be the one… more»

Stupendous Silver Spur: 1985 Rolls-Royce

Now this is a dignified automobile! When I spy a new Rolls-Royce I see a brick with headlights and refrigerator door handles – hardly the case with this 1985 Silver Spur. Nope, I see understated, non-pretensious elegance. Unfortunately, the… more»

Better On The Top Side: 1967 Mustang Coupe

Want a Bullitt (or replica thereof) but can’t quite afford the cheese to snag a 1967 or 1968 Mustang Fastback? You might be able to get the feeling, just kinda-sorta, by grabbing this 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe in a… more»

Barn Bound 32 Years: 1953 Hudson Hornet

I was reminded the other day that Mopar’s overload, Stellantis is now offering a Dodge Hornet. I don’t want to delve into its sales woes and will admit that I’ve never actually seen one. My point is the name,… more»

BF Auction: 1952 Austin A40 Sports

In the early 1950s, finding a sports car with a lightweight aluminum body was something reserved for high-dollar, low-production cars, but Austin tried to change that. After seeing the Jensen Interceptor, Austin’s chairman, Leonard Lord approached Jensen about designing… more»

Rare McLaren Turbo: 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix

The popularity of the Pontiac Grand Prix remained strong in 1988 when the car entered its sixth generation of production, this time as a front-wheel-drive coupe with a completely updated design outside.  However, the car’s standard engine didn’t provide… more»

Rare British Roadster: 1986 TVR 280i

We all have cars that we look at longingly as potential projects, despite knowing the vehicle in question is likely a terrible idea. For me, any vintage TVR checks that box, but it’s this car – the 280i, or… more»