Original California Cadillac: 1964 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

Based on the comments in my earlier story about a 1948 Cadillac Series 61 coupe, many Barn Finds readers are fans of Cadillacs from the division’s glory days.  So, to keep our luxury car-loving fan base happy, here is… more»

Nice Driver with Hard Top: 1964 Corvette Convertible

With all of the hysteria about matching numbers and desirable options surrounding the purchase of a vintage Corvette, sometimes it is prudent to stop for a second and determine why you want a Corvette in the first place.  If… more»

One of 2,329: 1964 Mercury Montclair 2-Door Breezeway

As a curious, geeky car kid growing up in the 60’s, I remember seeing these Mercurys with their bizarre-looking slanted rear glass that could raise up and down. Wha?? One of their TV commercials showed a little girl asleep… more»

1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Survivor

Sometimes a car comes along that looks authentic. This is one of those cars. It is said to be an original 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. It is located in Denver, Colorado and was originally purchased in Sheridan, Wyoming. The… more»

One-Family Owned – 1964 Chevrolet Truck

This 1964 Chevrolet LWB pickup is being sold by the grandson of the original owner. It is located in Tacoma, Washington and will need restoration work to get it into safe operating condition. Gunter Kramer sent us the link…. more»

8,653 Original Miles: 1964 Ford F-100 4×4 Shortbed

The fourth generation of Ford’s popular F-Series of trucks is probably my favorites in regards to styling and closing the comfort gap between a truck and a car. Dramatically restyled for 1961, Ford’s 4th-gen F-Series of trucks were noticeably… more»

Rugged Original: 1964 International Harvester Scout 80

You will not be able to drive this one home but this 1964 International Harvester Scout 80 is presented as an original and still running example of one of the first SUVs. It is located near Fayetteville, Arkansas and… more»

1964 VW 21-Window Bus: Keep Looking Out

Let’s do the math here. This rusty pile, or future collectible, depending on your point of view, is out from a slumber of 38 years. That means it went to sleep in 1984. And it was already in this… more»

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