Classic Hot Rod: 1939 Ford Pickup

We’ve seen a few promising unfinished projects in recent times here at Barn Finds, but this 1939 Ford Pickup looks like a beauty. This is one of those situations where all that appears to be left is the cosmetic… more»

Former R-Code: 1969 Ford Ranchero GT

The fourth-generation Ford Ranchero GT with the R-Code 428 cubic inch Cobra Jet V8 was a rare truck when new. With an automatic transmission, production may have been as little as 100 units. This pickup seems to be in… more»

Pre-war Performance: 1935 Ford Model 48 Roadster

Located in Vernon Hills, Illinois, this rumble seat-equipped Ford is listed here on eBay. The current bid is just shy of $17,000, but the reserve has not been met. With only two days left in the auction, though, we’ll… more»

Very Original 1968 Ford Torino Project

Today, you walk into a Ford dealer and you’re met with exactly one car, eight different SUVs, and six different trucks if you count variations on the F-series as one model. In 1968, Ford had fourteen different models just… more»

Shelby GT350 Mustero? 1966 Ford Mustang Pickup

While the Ford Mustang was a huge success when it first came out, Ford wanted to make certain it also would have a performance reputation. For that, they brought in Carroll Shelby to add his magic and the GT350… more»

Treasure Trove? Stash of Ford and GM Parts

More times than not, when you see a bunch of parts and components stored in a building, there is no rhyme or reason to what’s there or any organization to what you see. In short, you tend to find… more»

427 Powered Rat Fink: 1931 Ford Hot Rod

There are a handful of names that are considered the “Godfathers” of hot rodding. They include Barris, Winfield, Hines, Edelbrock, Petersen, and of course Ed Roth. Roth’s art continues to remain popular today and one of his most iconic… more»

Restore or Modify? 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

I think that we’ve all seen 1st Generation Mustangs that have been so severely consumed by the dreaded tin worm that we take it as a blessing that glass can’t rust. That is something that the buyer of this… more»

Hidden Auction Gems? Government Surplus Sale!

You never know what you’ll find at auctions featuring government-owned surplus or repossessions, as this latest assortment from auction company Bid Fast and Last goes to show you. The auctioneer specializes in all manners of sales, from estate clean-outs… more»

360/4-Speed: 1972 Ford F-100 Custom 4×4

We see a wide variety of classic pickups here at Barn Finds, and some of them are better than others. This 1972 Ford F-100 Custom 4×4 has to sit somewhere near the top end of the range because it… more»

THROWBACK: Hitching Post 1967 Shelby GT500

UPDATE – To celebrate Barn Finds’ 10th Anniversary, we are taking a look back at some of the top posts over the years. 2012 was a big year for Barn Finds! Not only were there lots of incredible finds… more»

No Reserve: 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible

If you’re like me, you will look at a classic like this 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible and find that your heart aches a bit. Once upon a time, someone walked into a Ford dealership wide-eyed with excitement at the… more»

Michigan Barn Find: 1968 Ford Ranchero GT

With Barn Finds celebrating its 10th birthday, the inevitable question is whether there will ever be an end to the amazing classic cars that people will unearth in sheds and barns around the country, or indeed, around the world…. more»

Factory Paint Survivor: 1979 Ford Fairmont

This 1979 Ford Fairmont has been in the seller’s family since new, and he’s clearly had a big hand in its impressive survivor-grade condition. The Fairmont belonged to his father who sadly passed away in 1984, and has remained… more»

1971 Ford Mustang Coupe Survivor

Larry D has been busy finding some real gems. We appreciate him sending this one our way. It is a 1971 Ford Mustang with the Spring Sport Special package. This car has only 71,000 miles on the odometer and… more»

Beautiful In White: 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Sometimes, there can be a sort of dangerous beauty in the clean start of a downward arc; a sense of purity, fate, and purpose that comes at the beginning of the end of a great story. So it is… more»