Huge Parts Haul: 1929 Ford Model A 5-Window Coupe

When classic cars come onto the market, some of them appear to be more promising than others. This 1929 Ford Model A 5-Window Coupe looks like it might be an absolutely ripping buy, and I really have to thank… more»

Running Project Car: 1936 Dodge D2 Coupe

For the person who is on the hunt for a classic car restoration project, this 1936 Dodge D2 Coupe would seem to tick a lot of the right boxes. It is a solid vehicle that runs and drives, and… more»

Second Time Around: 1937 Studebaker Dictator Coupe

UPDATE 7/23/2019 – This Studebaker got bid up to $13,600 the last go around, it’s now been relisted with an opening bid of $12k and a reserve. It will be interesting to see where bidding ends up this go… more»

Restore Or Drive? 1946 Ford Super DeLuxe Coupe

The 1946 Ford Super DeLuxe coupe was, in reality, a mildly restyled 1942 model, as it took a while for new models to develop following the end of World War II. That isn’t to say that engineering and development… more»

One Owner: 1984 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Coupe

This 1984 Caprice Classic is a one owner vehicle that looks like it has been owned by a fairly fastidious person. The overall condition of the car is fairly impressive, and I need to thank Barn Finder Pat L… more»

More Info Please: 1968 Chevrolet Impala

The owner of this 1968 Impala Coupe gets straight to the point with the car. He is unwilling to provide any photos beyond what you get in the listing, and he is also unwilling to provide any further information… more»

Nicely Preserved: 1936 Ford 5-Window DeLuxe Coupe

Ready and raring to go would be the best way to describe this beautiful 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe. It isn’t perfect, but it is a classic that is ready to be driven and enjoyed right now. If you would… more»

Solid and Complete: 1935 Ford Standard Coupe

I’m sure that the world is full of cars that have been driven into barns and sheds, and the owner has every intention of restoring them. Time and circumstances mean that these projects never get finished, or in the… more»

Creative Thinking: 1950 Plymouth Coupe

It is said that necessity is the mother of invention, but I’m sure that we will have a few readers who will be wondering whether the invention of this particular custom was really necessary. Barn Finder Sean C spotted… more»

Street Rod Project: 1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe

I know that there are plenty of people out there like me. We’d love to build ourselves a nice street rod, but the idea of modifying an old classic is a bit hard to swallow. Well, fear not, because… more»

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»