Ready To Work: 1954 Ford F-350 Wrecker

It is said that “Everything is bigger in Texas” and this 1954 Ford tow truck is just about as big and American as you can get. It’s for sale here on eBay out of Sealy, Texas. Keep reading to… more»

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Cheap Time Machine? 1981 DeLorean

Yes – Lucas, Prince of Darkness is associated with almost every British vehicle. We all know that Pintos blow up when a pine cone falls on them. Sedans have two doors too many. And, who doesn’t wonder about the… more»

Classic Wagon: 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout

If you look across the total AMC Hornet production for 1973, the wagon was a clear winner in the model’s sales stakes. AMC managed to shift 44,719 examples of the stylish vehicle, although finding a nice example for sale… more»

Parked in ’92: 1970 Volvo 1800E Coupe

Volvo may have a reputation for building boxy vehicles, but the 1800 is an exception – Swedish designer Pelle Petterson designed the car while he was a student of Italian coachbuilder and designer Pietro Frua, which contributes to its… more»

Too Far Gone? 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle

And now for something from the “What happened?” department, here is a rather broken-in 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle. There are few images and fewer details so what you see, is what you get. Nevertheless, let’s take a (quick) look and… more»

Stored 37 Years: 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine”

To borrow the opening line from a 1970 AMC ad, “Standing before you is the car you’ve always wanted.” Well, maybe it’s the car you never knew you’ve always wanted. Sent in by an anonymous Barn Finds reader, this… more»

America’s Hottest Stock Car: 1956 Chrysler 300B

Chrysler was a pioneer in building performance-minded cars and the 300 “letter series” from the ‘50s and ‘60s are considered ancestors to the muscle car craze a few years later. Not only were they built for speed, but these… more»

Four-Speed Judge! 1969 Pontiac GTO

Well, I could have opened up with “Here come ‘da judge” but this may be more like a, “Here’s the bailiff!” Yes, this Pontiac has all the appearances of a 1969 GTO Judge but it could use some cosmetic… more»

Dusty and Deflated: 1973 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL

The seller of this 1973 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL has several classics stashed in his garage that will not being seeing the road under his stewardship, so he’s decided to put each car up for sale. The Mercedes is one of… more»

No Reserve Coupe: 1974 Volvo 142

Though Volvo’s Amazon and 240 models receive praise from enthusiasts, the 140 Series that the company manufactured between the two models doesn’t garner as much attention. In my opinion, the 140 blends the round design features of the Amazon… more»

V12 Luxury: 1937 Packard 1508 Touring Limousine

In crime dramas of the period starring James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson, Packards like this are the getaway car–after the Tommy guns have said their piece. This is a 1937 Packard 1508 Touring Limousine with a 144-inch wheelbase,… more»

370 Horsepower 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 428!

All-new for 1969, Pontiac’s Grand Prix boasted a unique body for the first time. Based on a stretched A-Body (LeMans, GTO), the second-generation Grand Prix filled a niche:  a personal luxury coupe larger than the Mustang-based Cougar yet nimbler… more»

Daily Driver? 1988 Buick LeSabre Estate Wagon

I’m a firm believer that regardless of general desirability, any clean, original car can hold collectible value. I may tell myself that because I want my 2011 Ford F150 to be collectible one day, but I think there’s proof… more»

Gentleman’s Pickup: 1979 Chevrolet El Camino Royal Knight

The Chevrolet El Camino was half car, half truck. From the driver’s seat forward, it was a car. From that point back, it was a truck. So it enjoyed the best of both worlds and was sometimes referred to… more»

Near Mint: 1984 Monte Carlo SS

The odometer on this 1984 Monte Carlo SS reads just over 91,000 miles but it sure looks like it has fewer miles than that. Bought from the original owner, this car is located in Seymour, Indiana which is about… more»

Don’t Miss the Boat: 1966 Amphicar

Here’s a brain teaser for you. So, when is a car also a boat? And when is a boat also a car? The answer is when it’s an Amphicar, the quirky little car/boat of the 1960s. Production of these… more»