Crosley

Big Shooter: 1950 Crosley Hotshot

If 30 horsepower is too much for you, this 1950 Crosley Hotshot might just be the ticket. This fun little sports car is listed on eBay with a buy it now price of $9,500 or you can make an… more»

Pocket Project: 1951 Crosley Hotshot

How many times have you wished that you had a cool classic car that you could squeeze into your garage?  With a little practice you could easily navigate this Crosley next to your lawn mower, bikes, and other stuff… more»

It’s no Frazer… 1947 Crosley Pickup

With lines very, very similar to the 1947 Frazer Manhattan pickup, this truck is several feet shorter and several thousand dollars cheaper than the Frazer pickup, but is just as cool and unusual as far as I’m concerned. This… more»

A Round About? 1947 Crosley Suni

Ok, well, just for fun, it’s titled as a Crosley but it looks nothing like a Crosley and I didn’t see any Crosley parts mentioned in its construction. It has a Mustang II front end and brakes from a Ford… more»

Miniature Project: 1950 Crosley Hot Shot

How can you not love a Crosley? From radios to cars, at one time Crosley made it all! While small cars may not be for everyone, they can certainly be a lot of fun. A friend of mine has… more»

Little Big Man: 1952 Crosley Hot Shot

Its a shame that more American enthusiasts don’t know the story of the Crosley Hot Shot.  Born from the parts and pieces of one of the smallest cars ever made in America, the Hot Shot was arguably our first… more»

Funky Farmer: 1950 Crosley Farm-O-Road

Most of us have seen Crosley cars of one variety or another and some of us have seen Crosley pickups, but have you seen one of these? This is a 1950 Crosley Farm-O-Road and it’s listed on eBay in Kent,… more»

Ran When Parked: 1950 Crosley Hot Shot

Most folks don’t take little cars like this seriously, but the Crosley Autos are real cars and were the first to introduce several advanced features like the first mass-produced car with an overhead camshaft and 4-wheel caliper type disc brakes. The Hot Shot… more»

Cincinnati’s Finest: 1950 Crosley Hot Shot

This is a heck of a car, at least it is for fans of Crosleys. Most folks probably make clown jokes and things like that, but for 1950 this was a very cool, albeit small, car. This is a… more»

1957 Jabro–So, What’s a Jabro?

Thanks to loyal Barn Finds reader Peter R. for sending in this great find! This is a 1957 Jabro. A Jabro? What’s a Jabro? Well, stay tuned to your Barn Finds channel here and you’ll find out. Wait, you… more»

Wee Wagon: 1950 Crosley Series CD Super Wagon

This super little car is a 1950 Crosley Super Wagon and it’s listed here on eBay with a current bid price of just over $1,200. Prices for these things are all over the map, depending on the model and… more»

1st U.S. Sports Car: 1951 Crosley Hot Shot

So, you think you’re a hot shot, eh? Well, then you need this 1951 Crosley Hot Shot. This cute little bugger is listed on eBay with a current bid price of just over $4,500 but the reserve isn’t met…. more»

Sm’all Aboard: 1948 Crosley Pickup

Need something to pull your horse trailer? Your 24′ Airstream? This is(n’t) it! This is a 1948 Crosley Pickup and it’s on eBay in Paradise Valley, Arizona, where I should be right now. There is less than a day left… more»

Oddball Creation: 1948 Crosley Custom

I love the little Crosley Hotshot, it’s a great little sports car. They aren’t powerful or terribly quick, but they handle great for their age and have some really awesome racing history. My only real complaint about them are… more»

Pickup or Sports-Utility? 1948 Crosley Pickup

This is a 1948 Crosley Pickup and it’s in Lincoln, Nebraska. It’s listed on eBay with an unmet opening bid of $2,899. This one is a head-scratcher for me, let us know what model you think this one is…. more»

Bogus Lotus: 1952/1962 Miller-Crosley-Lotus

I might have had a tough time figuring out what to call this car, but I’ll tell you what, I know I love it, whatever it is! Unusually for a vintage race car, it’s offered here on craigslist and is located… more»