Wide-Track Project: 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible

For most of the second half of the 20th Century, the Pontiac Bonneville had a commanding presence amongst Detroit iron. They were big, bold, luxurious, and powerful cars that helped Pontiac claim third place in sales in the 1960s…. more»

Pink Panther Returns! 1971 Plymouth Road Runner 383

Back in 1968, The Band released an album entitled, “Music From Big Pink“. Spying this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner makes me wonder if hearing it idle would emulate the title of that iconic album. Certainly, this Road Runner is… more»

It’s All There: 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

Today, it is rare to walk into a new car dealership and order your dream vehicle with special paint. With a few rare exceptions, such luxuries tend to be the preserve of prestige manufacturers like Rolls-Royce and their ‘Bespoke… more»

Kansas Barn Find: 1939 Plymouth

The Plymouth brand was developed by Chrysler in 1928 to represent them in the “low-priced” market dominated at the time by Chevrolet and Ford. The timing was fortuitous as the presence of Plymouth helped Chrysler survive the Great Depression… more»

It’s A Driver! 1936 Cadillac Series 60

It’s not often that you find a car of this vintage where it has been refurbished to be a driver but still needs a lot of cosmetic work — or not! This 1936 Cadillac 60 Series is listed for… more»

Royalty! A Pair Of Royale Sabres

The Royale Sabre was a component car designed and produced by a Brit named John Barlow from (sources vary) the late 1980’s through 1996, mainly for the European market. These two are claimed to be the only two imported… more»

V8 Driver! 1947 Mercury Eight Coupe

Before complaining about the clear-coated patina on this Merc’, note the soap bubbles; this shine is purely from water! The 1947 Mercury Sedan Coupe in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina features an original-looking flathead V8, and it runs and drives!… more»

Muscle Car Project: 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

As the muscle car movement was changing in the early 1970s, so was the Chevelle Super Sport. Rather than a 396 or 454 being the typical engine under the hood by 1971, you could get any optional V8 and… more»

4WD Pioneer: 1987 AMC Eagle Wagon

The seller considers this super clean 1987 AMC Eagle Wagon to be his own personal barn find, as it’s been in his barn for the last several years sitting unused. The Eagle Wagon was a pioneer in the truest… more»

Worthwhile Project? 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Last week a friend and I were opining about the direction that first-generation Camaros have taken price-wise. My friend had owned one long ago and was possibly considering another acquisition, while I have only owned a second-gen, a vintage… more»

First Gen GT: 1987 Ford Escort GT

It’s hard to believe how clunky the Ford Pinto was compared to its replacement, the Ford Escort. They’re quirky and cool and I wouldn’t mind owning one, or two, but compared to this 1987 Ford Escort GT they were… more»

Survivor Cat: 1979 Mercury Cougar XR-7

While the Ford Mustang has proceeded in a predictable direction over the last 57 years (except maybe for the Mustang II hullabaloo), its corporate cousin, the Mercury Cougar went all over the board, ultimately ending up somewhat the way… more»

78K Original Miles: 1970 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

Regular readers will be aware that I harbor an enormous soft spot for the Jaguar E-Type Roadster. I can’t help but agree with the late great Enzo Ferrari when he described it as the most beautiful car ever created…. more»

Blank Canvas: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Decisions, decisions. That appears to be the theme with this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. It is a largely complete and unmolested classic that would make a prime candidate for a faithful restoration. However, some potential buyers may see it as… more»

Cheap 1976 GMC Jimmy Casa Grande

Another day, another derelict Chevrolet or GMC pickup with a camper attachment. Despite being fairly limited in production numbers, enough people seemed to have bought these interesting GMC Casa Grande / Chevrolet Blazer Chalet conversions when new, as we’ve… more»

283 Dual-Quads: 1958 Chevrolet Corvette

Judging by the company that it keeps, the owner of this 1958 Chevrolet Corvette has a soft spot for performance vehicles. This classic has occupied its current place for most of the last 35 years, but the owner has… more»