Ford Barn Finds

Museum Stored: 1979 Ford Pinto Station Wagon

Museum cars are a fascinating breed to me, mainly because they are often unique vehicles set aside for their impressive condition or rarity and kept hidden away, protected from the dangers of daily use. While this makes such cars… more»

READER AD: 1972 Ford Ranchero GT 351

I’ve always found the Rancho, El Camino, and other similar Utes to be cool, if not genuinely interesting idea. Take a car chassis and front clip, slap a truck bed on the back and sell it as a go-fast… more»

Looks Promising: 1965 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback

The owner of this 1965 Mustang has listed it for sale as a GT, but it is missing a few of the distinctive GT items that would make it a bit special. The information that the owner provides is… more»

Left Untouched: 1968 Ford Bronco

You learn something new every day: at first glance, I thought this was another Ford Bronco with its hard-shell top removed, but I was fooled: this is the less-often seen pickup variant, which actually features a real (small) bed… more»

Low Option Field Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Yellow with a black stripe is one of the best color combinations out there, in my opinion, and makes even a mighty project like this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 look tempting. There’s not a lot to work with… more»

4-Speed S-Code: 1967 Ford Mustang GT

Dang. Bidding is already at $34,000 for this 1967 Ford Mustang S-Code, and there’s still close to four days left in the auction. The seller is correct that this one checks a lot of the proper boxes, from a… 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»

Stored for 40 Years: 1941 Ford Super De Luxe

Although it was never envisaged by Ford at the time, the 1941 Ford had a very long model life-span. Introduced in 1941, the advent of World War II meant that production of civilian versions ceased in February of 1942,… more»

No Reserve S Code! 1967 Ford Mustang GT

The pictures are horrible and the car itself is in need of a total restoration, but a no reserve listing for a numbers-matching S Code Mustang coupe is worth a look any day of the week. In this era… more»

Still In The Barn! 1967 Mustang S-Code 390 4-Speed

Full of potential! That’s what I’d call this 1967 Ford Mustang in Gratiot, Wisconsin. With nearly everything needed to become a complete car, plus a pedigree as a desirable S-code four-barrel 390 cid (6.4L) in double-red with a four-speed… more»

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Project!

This car just goes to show that there seems to be no shortage of popular muscle car projects still waiting to be discovered out there. The question remains, can you still obtain desirable cars like this at a price… more»

Absolutely Spotless: 1972 Ford Galaxie 500

With a total length of 216 inches and an overall width of 79 inches, this 1972 Ford Galaxie 500 represents a lot of metal for your money.  Speaking of money, the owner has set a BIN price of $8,900… more»

Notchback Survivor: 1990 Ford Mustang LX 5.0

Do you ever tell yourself that you’ve figured out which kind of car or truck you like, and that your life will be much simpler if you just stick with that genre of vehicle? That’s how I justify many… more»

Dry Texas Truck: 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger

In 1967, Ford did a major restyle on its F-100 pickups, so for 1968, they received only a new grille and the new mandatory side marker lights/reflectors. Here is a 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger for sale here on eBay… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1956 Ford Fairlane Club Cadet

As great as the Tri-Five Chevys are, I think I’d actually rather have this ’56 Ford over a ’56 Chevy that’s in similar condition. Don’t get me wrong, I’d love to have a Chevy, but this Ford just looks… more»

The Vista Bird! 1962 Ford Thunderbird Wagon

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, one of the great attractions of the custom car scene is the fact that it allows people to exhibit their own imaginations, and to allow their own visions to crystallize…. more»