Coupe

Rock Solid: 1950 Mercury Eight Coupe

For the person who is looking for a solid restoration project, or who is looking for a car that they could return to the road with the minimum of effort, then this 1950 Mercury Eight Coupe might be just… more»

Solid Project Car: 1939 Ford DeLuxe Coupe

Introduced in 1938 to fill a gap in the Ford offerings between the Standard and the offerings from Lincoln, the DeLuxe was a sales success for the company. Over the intervening years, the DeLuxe Coupe has become a firm… more»

1936 Ford Standard Coupe With Only 38k Miles?

We’ve seen a number of mid-1930s Ford Coupes come across our desks here at Barn Finds in recent months, but I doubt that we’ve seen an original one as nice as this particular vehicle. It has spent a number… more»

Franken-Plymouth: 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe Coupe

Like Frankenstein’s monster, this 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe Coupe could best be described as a “bitsa” car. It’s bits of one car, bits of another, and so on. Due to this, it probably isn’t a candidate for a restoration,… more»

Super Rare Mazda Miata Coupe!!?

For decades, British manufacturers were the kings of building small 2-seater convertibles. Japanese companies tried to gain a foot-hold into this market, but their success was extremely limited. That all changed with the launch of the Mazda MX-5, or… more»

All Business? 1939 Ford Coupe Project

I’ve seen a couple of late 1930s or 1940 model Ford Coupes appear in recent times, and although the owner doesn’t actually say so, I believe that this particular car may have started life as a Business Coupe. Apart… more»

Real Blank Canvas: 1940 Ford Coupe

Vehicles like this 1940 Ford Standard Coupe were the mainstay of traveling businessmen and company representatives for many years. This particular car doesn’t appear to be a Business Coupe but is the regular 3-seat model. It needs a ton… more»

Rod or Restore? 1939 Plymouth Coupe

While the 1939 Plymouth P8 was designated as the range-topping vehicle, the P7 was deemed as the manufacturer’s entry-level vehicle, and the Coupe saw plenty of sales amongst the business community. It is unclear whether this P7 is an… more»

Stored for 40 Years: 1936 Plymouth Coupe

The long trunk on this Plymouth P-2, Two-Passenger Coupe gives it a svelte look which really seems at odds with its position within the sales structure of the day. The P-2 was a low-priced Plymouth and was designed as… more»

2 of 494 Made: 1978 Plymouth Volaré Super Coupes

The late-1970s were an interesting time. How many of you were alive and aware at that time? As in, old enough to be a fully-thinking human being? I don’t even know if I’m a fully-thinking human being now, but… more»

Period Hot Rod: 1936 Ford DeLuxe 3-Window Coupe

Things are not always what they seem. This 1936 Ford DeLuxe Coupe is a wonderful looking car, and at first glance, it could be taken for a nice survivor or an older restoration, but this car is holding a… more»

Neat First Classic: 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Coupe

Sometimes when you’re looking for a classic car, what you aspire to is a classic that has undergone a painstaking restoration, while at other times you might be seeking a nice car that you can simply climb into and… more»

Blank Canvas Project: 1950 Mercury 2-Door Coupe

The owner of this 1950 Mercury Coupe describes it as a real blank canvas, and he is absolutely right. This is a car that the new owner could easily restore to original, but it could just as easily be… more»

57,000 Original Miles: 1932 Ford Coupe

This 1932 Ford Coupe is an original car that has been in storage since 1984. Having recently emerged from storage, the owner is now seeking a new home for it. This appears to be a solid project car that… more»

Fresh Engine: 1949 Plymouth De Luxe Coupe

This 1949 Plymouth is a two owner vehicle. The current owner has put a lot of time, and apparently, a lot of money, into the car, but has now decided to sell it. You will find the Plymouth for… more»

Parked Since the ’70s: 1928 Chevrolet Coupe

This 1928 Chevrolet AB Coupe barn find is largely complete, and it looks like a solid basis for either restoration, or it has the potential as a rat rod project. The car is listed for sale here on eBay… more»