11k Original Miles: 1993 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

This 1993 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible appears to tick the right boxes for potential buyers. It presents superbly, wearing one of the rarer paint shades available during that model year. It is original and unmolested and has spent its idle… more»

400-Equipped: 1972 Pontiac Firebird

One of the great attractions of many American classics is that they offer scope for owners to personalize their ride with a vast array of factory and aftermarket components. This 1972 Pontiac Firebird is a perfect example of that… more»

BF Auction: 1977 GMC Kingsley MotorHome

For a half-dozen years in the 1970s, GMC’s Truck and Coach Division made one of the nicest and most iconic motorhomes of all time. Their advertising was even great, with lines like, “We hide our best work where it… more»

Rare House Car Project: 1950 Hudson Camper

Hudson Motor Car Co. was one of the few independent automakers to last into the 1950s. They merged with Nash-Kelvinator in 1954 to form American Motors and the nameplate would soon disappear. The seller’s car may be a 1950… more»

Garaged 16 Years: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Pontiac Grand Prix debuted in 1962 as a personal luxury car with some muscle. At first, it was based on a full-size platform, and – from 1964 to 1968 – sales declined every year except one. The shift… more»

Rare First Series: 1955 Chevrolet Truck

This rare and unique-looking 1955 Chevrolet truck is up for grabs in Ottertail, Minnesota (lovely town name, eh?). The owner’s description sets a new record for terseness. We get only “Rare 55 First Series. Western dry. Low-mile original with… more»

BF Auction: 1958 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster

Only a select group of classics ever achieve icon status, and any machine wearing the Harley-Davidson badge falls into that category. The company’s V-Twin engine range produces impressive torque and an exhaust note like no other. The owner began… more»

Spooky But Solid: 1960 Cadillac MM Hearse

Whether it’s an actual death driver or merely an ambulance, a hearse is one of those coaches that it’s always better to travel in the front seat of.  The seller doesn’t give us much background on this one, but… more»

Nicest One Left? 1997 Jaguar XJ6 L

There are some great cars on the market today that can be had for a song. Among them are the R129-series Mercedes-Benz SL roadsters, which are some of the prettiest convertibles ever made that can be purchased for less… more»

401 V8 Swap: 1972 AMC Gremlin

The Gremlin was the 1970s subcompact that American Motors created by lopping off some of the length of the compact Hornet. It was a bit quirky, but that didn’t seem to matter as more than 670,000 of them were… more»

SS Roller Project: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet brought forth the Camaro in 1967 to do battle with the Ford Mustang in what would become the “pony car” wars. It played #2 to the Mustang well into the 1970s. Sales of the 1968 Camaro were 235,000… more»

One-Owner Barn Find! 1951 DeSoto Custom

American car makers began slicing and dicing the market into socio-economic niches back in the 1920s. Over at Chrysler, Walter P. was late to the trend, as Ford and Chevrolet already had low-, middle- and high-end offerings. The brand-new… more»

52k-Mile Project: 1970 Chevrolet Impala Drop-Top

The Chevrolet Impala dominated the U.S. car scene in the 1960s and 1970s. At the peak in 1965, more than one million of them were built and sold in that year alone. Convertibles were still popular when this Impala… more»

Barn Find Lives Again! 1966 Triumph TR4-A

The Triumph TR4-A differed little from the TR4, switching to independent rear suspension (IRS) during its production run between 1965 and 1967. You could opt to go back to the live axle of the TR4, but that change would… more»

Leather and More! 1988 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

By 1988, Ford’s LTD Crown Victoria had become ubiquitous, patrolling North America in taxicab and police interceptor form, and haunting any destination favored by retirees clinging to their taste for large rear-wheel-drive sedans with V8 engines. At the top… more»

Off the Road 40 Years: 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

Things were looking up for the Plymouth Barracuda in 1970. Chrysler had given it a fresh new platform (E-body) that finally separated it from the Valiant. The improvement in looks and performance resulted in a 50% increase in sales… more»

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