Shed Find: 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

When the seller acquired this Ford Mustang 20 years ago, his goal was to restore it. But other priorities came along – and the next thing you know – two decades have come and gone. The car has been… more»

Barn Find Bug! 1973 VW Beetle Convertible

I have a little bit of familiarity with a ’73 VW Beetle, my sister bought a new one in May of ’73 and I drove it occasionally though not too often. Her VW was not a convertible but nevertheless,… more»

312 V8 Survivor: 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon

When Ford redesigned its cars for 1952, they retired their wood-bodied station wagons, making way for the company’s first all-steel-bodied family trucksters. At first, the Ranch Wagon was based on Ford’s entry-level Mainline cars, while more upscale wagons were… more»

Last Of The 454s: 1974 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1974 Chevrolet Corvette is the one C3 that stands out in my memory for several reasons. Some consider it memorable for the wrong reasons, i.e the soft bumpers, front and back, and the downward progression of power output… more»

Immaculate 56k Mile: 1971 AMC Javelin SST

Here are Barn Finds we look at a big range of vehicles but rarely do we come across AMC muscle cars like this one. This 1971 AMC Javelin SST appears to be in excellent condition and is said to… more»

351 V8 Project: 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT

In the performance department, the Cyclone was positioned within Mercury between the Cougar (pony car) and Marauder (full-size). As a muscle machine, it represented the Mercury brand in NASCAR. In 1970, they offered the Cyclone GT for the sporting… more»

Mysterious 1957 Continental Mark II

No, it’s most assuredly not a Lincoln! The Continental Mark II was an effort by Ford Motor Company to put all of its styling and technology into one world-beating car, and they felt it deserved its own marque. Thus,… more»

496 EFI Big Block! 1975 Chevrolet Suburban C20

General Motors has produced a vehicle named “Suburban” in the format we describe today as an SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) since 1935. In 1975, shoppers comparing four-door, fully-enclosed, full-sized trucks had few options, and even fewer a year later… more»

No Reserve Eddie Bauer: 1990 Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco has been a hot item for a while, undoubtedly getting a bump recently with the modern reincarnation of the classic 4×4. The square body design hasn’t changed much over the years, which is likely why the… more»

1-of-1: 1947 Mercury Series 79M Marmon-Herrington 4×4 Woodie Wagon

There are times here at Barn Finds when a vehicle will appear on our desks with a claim of being 1-of-1, and it is easy to be cynical. However, when a classic like this 1947 Mercury Series 79M Woodie… more»

Nash Bridges Car! 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda

Did you tune into Nash Bridges on TV in the late 1990s to watch Don Johnson and Cheech Marin tool around San Francisco in a badass 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda? I know I did and still do. This is said… more»

Toasted Classic: 1970 Jensen Interceptor Mk II

In automotive terms, the designation “GT” usually stands for Grand Touring and is used to identify vehicles that combine high levels of luxury, comfort, and performance. Grand Tourers are designed to eat up the miles effortlessly, with its occupants… more»

390 V8 Project: 1967 Ford Galaxie 500

The third generation of the Ford Galaxies’ included the 1967’s which were the third year in a row to wear stacked double headlights. This once proud ’67 Galaxie 500 2-door hardtop is a project that comes with a variety… more»

Rarity Found In Texas: 1932 Chevy Panel Delivery

On July 8, 1932, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at its lowest point during the Great Depression: 41.22, down from the high just three years earlier of 381.17.  The automobile industry, like most other American businesses at the… more»

Spotless Restoration: 1951 MG TD

This 1951 MG TD has undergone a meticulous frame-off restoration, and no aspect of the car has escaped the owner’s attention. Now there isn’t much left to do but for a new owner to hit the road and enjoy… more»

Update: Carroll’s 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra Roadster!

Originally published 12/18/20: You may be looking at the most expensive Shelby Cobra ever. Not only is this a real-deal 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra, but this car was owned by Carroll Shelby himself! After being purchased from the Shelby… more»