Cheap Low Mile American: 1959 Rambler

With great styling, low miles and a cheap price, this ’59 American seems like a great opportunity. Having covered just “34,700” miles, this Rambler is virtually “new” and relatively solid after many years of rest. Needing to be revived,… more»

Rebel With A Cause: 1959 Rambler Rebel

Rambler offered many cars in their time, and by today’s standards, and nearly 58 years later, many cars of this era no longer have a cause as rust and neglect have taken them to the point of no return…. more»

$2,500 Three Pack: Packard Hearse and Sedans

A classic hearse may be a slightly strange or ominous vehicle to take on as a project, but the Packard Henney converted ambulances and hearses are sleek looking wagons, that aren’t that common to see running, or otherwise. The… more»

Affordable Original: 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe

Covered and stored since 1963, this 1950 Plymouth only saw about 13 years of use. A 53 year long nap kept this Mopar in grand condition needing its mechanical systems checked and revived. With a solid body and a… more»

Cheap Hemi: 1952 Chrysler Imperial

It is not all that often that you find a solid, ready to drive classic, with a Hemi for cheap. This ’52 Imperial looks clean enough and has received some recent maintenance. The seller claims you can drive it… more»

First US Market Mazda Rotary: 1970 Mazda R100

When it comes to rare Japanese classic cars, some are uncommon and difficult to find, but others are just plain scarce like this Mazda R100. The R100 is a special vehicle, as it was the first rotary powered Mazda… more»

$2500 V8 4 Speed: 1961 Ford Fairlane

When it comes to classic cars we all have our favorites, and even cars that we prefer over others. But do you ever look at a car like this Fairlane and get the itch to buy it? Packing a… more»

$800 V8 Classic: 1962 Oldsmobile F85

How many times have you wished you could find a cool and unique classic project that was a driver equipped with a V8 and a standard transmission? Well this 1962 Oldsmobile F85 may be right up your alley. Initially purchased… more»

Affordable Flying UTE: 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero

Rare, exotic, and even unusual cars are fun to look at, but I also find joy in looking at the reasonably priced runners. They can make for great projects, and can cultivate a lot of learning and knowledge. This… more»

$600 British Project: 1958 Singer Gazelle

Many of the British cars of the 1950’s border on micro car territory, like this Singer Gazelle. Small, original, and cheap, this Singer appears to be complete. With a solid potential to be a project, there are a few… more»

Solid And Affordable: 1956 Chrysler Windsor

How often have you heard “don’t judge a book by its cover” or “looks can be deceiving”? Well despite this Chrysler’s appearance, this car is a smooth operator needing some brake work. Even the air conditioning system is still… more»

Cheap Royalty: 1939 Cadillac Fleetwood

Finding cars in similar condition to this Cadillac always excite me. There is enough of the car remaining to do something with, and the price is reasonable making a car that may have once been far out of my… more»

Reasonably Priced:1953 Pontiac Chieftain

There is not much original blue paint left to this Pontiac Chieftain after 64 years. Solid, complete, and potentially having “low miles”, this Pontiac looks to be a fair project for the price. In need of some further tlc… more»

Cheap One Owner Wagon: 1971 Plymouth Satellite

After spending a lifetime with its original owner, this 1971 Plymouth Satellite wagon is looking for a new home. In good shape with some signs of age, this Satellite does have air conditioning for you family oriented car enthusiasts!… more»

Cheap Explorer: 1977 Chevrolet Eldorado Camper Van

Vintage camper vans are always a cool and stylish way to go and see America. This 1977 Chevrolet Eldorado looks to be a solid camper van with some minimal needs to be nice. Often with vintage campers can come… more»

Cheap Humpback: 1937 Ford

With a promising appearance, and no information, this Ford looks like a deal! Looking to be complete, and having a Flathead V8 under the hood, we don’t think you can loose on this one. Priced at $2,500 or best… more»

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