Hey Culligan Man! 1974 Ford E-100 Econoline

Hey Culligan Man! Those three words are ones that most of us have heard in our lifetime and it’s hard to find such a memorable catchphrase as that, and now you won’t be able to get those three words… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

While rust repair panels for classic pickups are readily available and inexpensive, the idea of commencing a project build with a rust-free vehicle is an attractive thought. That is the opportunity that is on offer with this 1967 Chevrolet… more»

18k Mile Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet Nova

In its 15th consecutive year of production, the Chevy Nova was still quite popular, accounting for one-third million copies in 1976 alone. The seller’s car is your basic Nova (called the Chevy II in the 1960s) with an inline-6… more»

Sound Investment: 1977 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Chalet

It’s rare that there is a good deal anymore in the collector car space, but this desirable 1977 Chevrolet Blazer K5 Chalet may just be one of them. This is the rare dealer-offered camper conversion that integrated a color-coded… more»

Good As It Gets! 1963 Mercury Super Marauder 390

Taken by surprise, I was, when I first encountered this 1963 Mercury Marauder – it is that exceptionally clean (and green)! A one-time Barret-Jackson auction vehicle, the current owner has been in possession of this Marauder for five years… more»

Silver Ghost: 1971 AMC Gremlin

This great-looking 1971 AMC Gremlin is also a bit of a head-scratcher. It recently sold at a Mecum Auction in Chicago and the “reseller” hasn’t even bothered to take off the Mecum plates from a month ago when it… more»

Hurst Equipped! 1970 Chrysler 300

There was a time, years ago, when a window decal proclaiming “Hurst Equipped” was a common sight. The discreet decal was the nod and wink that the wearing vehicle had chucked its original gear shifter and moved up to… more»

Bill Blass Edition: 1990 Lincoln Mark VII

If you don’t know much about Bill Blass, Road & Track did a great story on his life which is really worth reading. He wasn’t just some fancy designer doing clothes for rich women. This 1990 Lincoln Mark VII… more»

350 V8 Power! 1976 Chevrolet Vega

The Vega, introduced in 1971, was Chevy’s response to the imported subcompact car movement. The auto would be produced over eight model years and would gain some unwanted notoriety. Sales were winding down by the time the seller’s ’76… more»

Completely Original: 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

Captured from certain angles, the Pontiac Fiero GT remains one of the best-looking coupes to come out of the 1980s. The GT moniker is essential, however, as the cosmetic improvements made to the later cars, not to mention the… more»

Heavy Duty Features: 45K Mile 1986 Ford F-250 4×4

When you first lay eyes on this single-cab Ford F-250 pickup, it may not seem all that special. After all, commercial businesses, farmers, and contractors alike have all been grabbing used trucks for years, ripping off the beds, and… more»

1 of 100: 1980 Pontiac Trans Am Indy 500 Festival Pace Car

Most Pontiac enthusiast are aware that the 1980 Pontiac Trans Am was selected as the pace car for the 1980 Indianapolis 500. There were 5,700 Indianapolis 500 Pace Cars produced and sold by Pontiac dealers. However, most enthusiasts are… more»

Dry Texas Survivor: 1990 Dodge Ramcharger

This 1990 Dodge Ramcharger is a 360-equipped truck that has been partially restored, with evidence of money spent in the right places while the good areas were left alone. This truck sports a new factory-correct paint job with a… more»

This 1939 Chevrolet Master Sedan Is A Lovely Survivor

Some classic car people love a challenge, and rust, dents, ripped upholstery and an engine that last ran when Nixon was in office are all welcome developments. But others just like to get handed a set of keys. And… more»

Entry Level Air Cooled: 1965 Porsche 356

The Porsche 356 bubble appears to have cooled a bit, with truly rough project cars selling for normal money or not selling at all. Perhaps buyers have wisened up to the fact that plenty of these cars were made… more»

Stored 50 Years: 1960 NSU/Fiat Weinsberg 500 Coupe

NSU started off making knitting machines, moved to bicycles, then motorcycles, and eventually, they made cars. This 1960 NSU/Fiat Weinsberg 500 Coupe isn’t much bigger than a motorcycle and it’s a rare one. The seller has it posted here… more»