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Fresh 351: 1976 Ford Falcon XB Hardtop

While the owner of this 1976 Australian Ford Falcon XB Hardtop floats the idea of using the included parts to transform the vehicle into a Mad Max clone, there might be another option open to the next owner. If… more»

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1941 Ford Super DeLuxe With 5,924 Genuine Miles?

Until it recently found its way to Florida, it appears that this 1941 Ford Super DeLuxe has spent the majority of its life in California. As a result, it remains well preserved, even after spending many decades parked in… more»

1 of 7! 429 Four-Speed Galaxie 500 Convertible

Picture a full-size Ford drop-top in brilliant Candyapple Red with a white top… spectacular! This 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible in Greenwood, Indiana is one of seven built with a 429 cid (7.0L) V8 and a four-speed manual transmission…. more»

428 Cobra Jet! 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

  Just imagine for a moment that its 1969. The Apollo 11 mission is mere weeks away from blasting off on its date with destiny, and you decide that the time has come for you to secure your own… more»

British Import: 1947 Ford Consul

For reasons I can’t yet divulge, Ford products built in other countries have become quite intriguing to me as of late. I will tell you, it’s surprising how many vendors there are actively selling new old stock spares for… more»

Practical Project: 1967 Ford Country Sedan

The owner of this 1967 Ford Country Sedan rightly points out that values for these classic wagons have been increasing in recent times. This particular car looks a bit rough, but it seems to be a solid vehicle that… more»

Scooby Doo Mystery Van: 1967 Ford Econoline

If you were a kid growing up between 1967-1991, you definitely remember Scooby-Doo cartoons and the iconic Mystery Machine van. This replica is a 1967 Ford E Series van located in South Seaville, New Jersey is listed here on… more»

Stored for 50 Years: 1924 Ford Model T Roadster

This 1924 Ford Model T Roadster has emerged from a 50-year hibernation in remarkably good order. It is a car that could be driven and enjoyed as it currently stands, although it would take little work to really make… more»

Plenty Of Options: 1967 Ford Mustang 4×4

The owner of this 1967 Mustang Fastback 4×4 purchased the car with the intention of returning it to its original specification, but after 3-years, he has conceded that this isn’t going to happen on his watch. As a consequence,… more»

Solid Survivor: 1939 Ford DeLuxe Coupe

It isn’t clear just how long this 1939 ford DeLuxe Coupe has been in the possession of its current owner, but I suspect that the answer might well be “a long time.” In fact, this car served as his… more»

Better than a Horse! 1923 Ford Model T Roadster

If a Toyota Corolla is your idea of basic transportation, take a look at this dusty but solid-looking Model T roadster! Built during a time when not everyone would have agreed that these crazy contraptions would ever replace a… more»

53k Original Miles: 1967 Ford Fairlane GT

Classic cars with the “wow” factor are always great to see here at Barn Finds, and this 1967 Ford Fairlane GT would seem to fit that description. Everywhere that you look, what you see is beautiful presentation, and there… more»

Budget Blank Canvas: 1948 Ford Pickup

For the person who is on the hunt for a classic pickup project that is a blank canvas, this 1948 Ford is a vehicle that might be worth a serious look. This is a very solid old girl, and… more»

Rare Mach I Package: 1974 Ford Mustang II

This 1974 Ford Mustang II is a nicely preserved survivor with the optional Mach 1 package. The body and interior both remain in excellent condition, and this one is equipped with the desirable and seldom-seen manual transmission. Mileage is… more»

Tri-State Drag Champ: 1932 Ford Coupe

Old hot rods never die – or, at least, we try to keep them alive. Someone’s done an admirable job of keeping this awesome ’32 Ford five-window coupe on the road, as this thing is almost too good to… more»

Stunning 1968 Shelby GT350!

Bidding is currently at $56,100 for this 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, and I’m not to see the reserve unmet. It’s a pretty special car, with the preferred manual transmission and just one repaint in its lifetime that appears… more»