Same Family Since New: 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon

All hail the two-door station wagon like this 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon. As popular as ever, they usually don’t remain as-is for long. Before this example gets snagged and visions of a hot-rod hauler dance through the next owner’s… more»

Ultimate Daily Driver? 1976 Ford Bronco Explorer

The popularity of first-generation Ford Broncos seemingly knows no bounds, as bidding has already crested $40,000 for this survivor-grade example that is said to be uncut and unrestored. The seller points out that it has been mechanically refreshed but… more»

1930 Ford Model A Barn Find

The Ford Model A is perhaps one of the better-known antique cars, replacing the Model T (“Tin Lizzie”) in 1927. This 1930 Model A sedan is an excellent surviving example and is currently up for sale in Conway, Arkansas…. more»

No Reserve 1967 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback

With 472,121 examples rolling off the line during the 1967 model year, it’s easy to see that Ford had a massive sales success on its hands with the Mustang. It also opened the possibility that older Mustangs like this… more»

Vintage Lettering: 1962 Ford “Rudy’s Laundry” Van

The E-Series Ford van is the company’s second-longest-running nameplate, only outdone by the F-Series line of trucks. The Econoline (for cargo) and Club Wagon (for people) were introduced in 1961 as replacements for the F-Series van and the model… more»

1968 Ford XL GT 390 With Factory 4-Speed!

As has been with Ford and Chevrolet over the years, they tended to match each other model for model. Case-in-point is the full-size models. When Chevy came out with the Impala, Ford soon followed with the Galaxie 500. When… more»

Cool & Unusual Rod! 1934 Austin Bantam

This cool street rod is several degrees from the norm, and I love it! While the fiberglass ’34 Austin Bantam body isn’t that unusual, the chassis and drivetrain choices certainly are. Thanks to reader Matt R. for alerting us… more»

Working Classic! 1967 CaveMan Caravan Camper

With its shiny Ford cab and the testimony of recent family camping trips, this working camper seeks a new owner to continue loving it and feeding it gas and new adventures. The 1967 CaveMan Caravan rides on a one-ton… more»

351/4-Speed: 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351

Imagine for one moment that you were the successful bidder on this 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351. What would your first order of business be? The paint is tired, making it a prime candidate for a cosmetic restoration. However,… more»

Amazing 16k Mile 1977 Ford Thunderbird

The seller of this 1977 Ford Thunderbird goes to great lengths to emphasize the vehicle’s originality. It is claimed that this car is as it was the day the original lady owner took delivery. It has never been buffed,… more»

Estate Garage Find: 1973 Ford Pinto Squire

The era of the wood-bodied station wagons (aka woodies) ended in the early 1950s, but the visual would live on for decades. Various manufacturers would offer wagons with simulated wood grain paneling on the doors, fenders, tailgates, and other… more»

Big Burbler: 1970 Ford XL Convertible

Only 6,348 Ford XL convertibles were produced in 1970, making this Canadian car a rather rare drop-top. By this point, Ford had given up on the Galaxie convertible, so the XL was the only full-size Ford soft-top available. This… more»

V8 Drop-Top: 1991 Ford Mustang LX Convertible

Affordable Mustangs of any description are becoming harder to find, and the later Fox-Body examples have been some of the best-performing in the classic market in recent times. That could make a good one a sound financial investment today,… more»

Reader Sighting: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

I love a good automotive mystery! So reader Jayden P’s recent sighting has me intrigued. He spotted this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 a few weeks ago while driving around in Twin Falls, Idaho. He snapped a couple of… more»

Highly Optioned: 1983 Ford Bronco XLT

As you will see, the original owner of this 1983 Ford Bronco XLT wasn’t afraid to splash the cash when he ordered this classic. It appears to be a highly-optioned vehicle that has been treated with respect throughout its… more»

Unfinished Project: 1956 Ford C-750 COE

Well, here is something you don’t see parked on the street every day. Or even here on Barn Finds. I believe this is the first 1956 Ford C-750 COE. (cab over engine) truck we’ve featured. There’s not a lot… more»