Bathtub Bike: 1958 Triumph Twenty-One 3TA

Some period Triumph ads referred to the bathtub bodywork on this 1958 Triumph Twenty-One 3TA as “mudguarding” and it had to have been nice in an era without as many paved roads as there are today. The seller has… more»

Original Steel: 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

Classic cars from the 1960s were famous for many things, including stunning looks and impressive performance. Many were also renowned for dissolving like a soluble aspirin at the merest suggestion of rain. It seems that few manufacturers were immune,… more»

400/4-Speed: 1969 Oldsmobile 442

The history of this 1969 Oldsmobile 442 isn’t clear, but it now needs someone to give it some love. It may look tired, but that baked exterior conceals a classic that is complete and surprisingly solid. Adding to its… more»

1 of 100? 1978 Dodge Dreamer RV Hauler

It’s no mystery that I’m a huge fan of unusual (oddball?) vehicles, the weirder and more obscure the better. If they’re even barely usable, even better! Well, maybe not that part, but I would have no real use for… more»

Parked For 15 Years: 1974 Dodge Challenger Rallye

After fifteen years hidden in a barn, this 1974 Challenger Rallye has emerged blinking into the light of day. This Dodge may be dusty, but it’s not particularly rusty. Any problems would appear superficial, allowing the buyer to commence… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

After thirty years in their care, the owners of this 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray have decided that the time has come for it to find a new home. They are the car’s seconds owners, and the indications are that… more»

Barn Find Flower Car: 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood

Every time I spy an old flower car like this 1965 Cadillac  I immediately think of Cab Calloway’s ride from the 1980’s film, “The Blues Brothers“. Other than images and TV shows/movies, I’m not certain that I have ever… more»

Parked For 15 Years: 1970 International Scout 800

This 1970 International Scout 800 may look like a first-gen Ford Bronco but the big difference isn’t the visuals, it’s the market price. Bronco’s numbers are on another planet, the Scout? Not so much so. Subjectively speaking, I prefer… more»

43K Original Miles: 1990 Buick Riviera

There’s not much time left to bid on this survivor Buick Riviera that has just 43,000 miles from new and is offered up with no reserve. While not necessarily the high water mark for Buick’s famous nameplate, this generation… more»

Hot Rod Shop Truck: 1954 Dodge Pickup

A non-enthusiast may be hard-pressed to tell the difference between a B-Series 1953 Dodge pickup and the C-Series 1954 model. Although there are many similar styling cues, the new truck was completely redesigned from the ground up. Starting at… more»

Unfinished Business: 1968 Dodge Super Bee

Given the incredible success of the Plymouth Road Runner, it wasn’t surprising that Dodge responded quickly with its own mid-size budget muscle car. Dubbed the Super Bee (as a nod to its B-body platform), the car rolled out in… more»

383 Power!? 1972 Dodge Challenger

Finding a non-muscle car variant of a model known for its performance prowess is always a nice find, simply because so many were not saved and have long since been converted into Haier refrigerators. I think that’s what we… more»

Stage 1 Four-Speed! 1969 Buick GS 400

“Fast with Class” is how Buick advertised their mid-sized GS performance entry. And this 1969 Buick GS 400 could be referred to as a Fast Blast with Class thanks to its optional Stage 1 performance package. But wait, there’s… more»

Parked For 35-Years! 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

There is always an underlying fear amongst classic car enthusiasts that the supply of genuine barn find cars will eventually trickle away and disappear entirely. I don’t subscribe to that theory because recent history suggests that those fabulous finds… more»

One Year Only: 1972 Buick Skylark Sun Coupe

The Sun Coupe was a one-year-only option on the 1972 Skylark 350 Sport Coupe, with its manual-folding vinyl sunroof and special carpeting and badging. It was in addition to traditional convertibles that would be in their last year as… more»

Rare 302/4-Speed: 1968 Mercury Cougar XR-7

The owner of this 1968 Mercury Cougar XR-7 describes its condition as jaw-dropping, and when you examine the supplied photos, it seems like a fair assessment. Its overall presentation is stunning, and its drivetrain configuration increases its overall desirability…. more»