1 of 251: 1968 Ford Mustang “High Country Special”

Ford, along with other domestic manufacturers, was known to offer special regional editions of some of their most popular cars. In the late 1960s, two of those were based on the Mustang, one the California Special, and the other… more»

Malibu Beach Cruiser: 1969 Bradley GT Kit Car

Bradley is one of the best-known kit car companies, or maybe I’m just perceiving that because there was a GT running around our neighborhood when I was a kid, and it made quite the impression on my young mind… more»

23k Miles! 1998 Ford Mustang GT

After a long and successful run of the Fox body cars, Ford introduced its fourth-generation Mustang for the 1994 model year, with the first significant redesign in 15 years.  Like its predecessor, a GT model was available, with the… more»

7k Miles? 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

I’ve got a hunch many of our readers may be thinking the same thing I was upon first glance of this 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback, regarding how a car that initially looks like it’s been through the wringer… more»

390/4-Speed: 1968 Ford Galaxie XL GT

Ford made a couple of changes to its Galaxie coupe in ’68 which, in my humble opinion, were an improvement to the car’s appearance from the previous year’s model.  The rear glass on the sides was updated along with… more»

California Special: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

In the 1960s, one out of every five Ford Mustangs built was sold in California. So, when the California Ford Dealers Association spoke up, the parent company listened. Such was the case when they were looking for a special… more»

Rare Shooting Brake: 1976 Jensen GT Project

In the late 1960s, Jensen Motors was hanging by a thread, almost done in by US safety regulations. Kjell Qvale, a distributor of cars on the west coast, teamed up with Donald Healey to rescue the company: Qvale took… more»

Volvo B18 Powered! 1969 MGB GT

The MG MGB had a solid 18-year run, which began in 1962 and lasted all the way through 1980, but this 1969 MGB GT has had a couple of unusual transplants that make it a unique offering in the… more»

440 Compact Muscle! 1969 Dodge Dart Custom

I’ve been a fan of E-Bodies and B-Bodies since I was old enough to dream out loud, but it took me quite a bit longer to realize that the Dodge Dart just got better and better in terms of… more»

Collection Of 12 Classic Cars & Trucks In Albuquerque, NM!

Barn Finds reader BobQ recently spotted this collection of a dozen classic cars and trucks that the owner says must go, and while it’s not the largest bunch of vehicles we’ve ever seen in one place there’s some really… more»

Japanese Mustang? 1977 Toyota Celica GT

Though not exclusively sold in the U.S., the Toyota Celica took direct aim at the original 1965 Ford Mustang. However, by the time the 2+2 sports coupe was introduced, the Mustang had grown considerably in size. The first generation… more»

37k Mile 1986 Ford Mustang GT 5-Speed!

The final Fox Body Mustang rolled off the assembly line nearly 30 years ago in 1993, but production began all the way back in ’79, so the third-generation Mustangs are getting some real age on them now with nicely… more»

Numbers-Matching 390/4-Speed! 1968 Ford Torino GT

When the Ford Torino was introduced in 1968, its original concept was to be an upscale version of the company’s already successful Fairlane, and consumers seemed to like that idea as over 170,000 of these cars found homes during… more»

V8 Fastback: 1965 Ford Mustang GT

As the Ford Mustang rolled into its first full year of production in the Fall of 1964, the GT option became available. When equipped with a 289 cubic inch V8, the GT Equipment Package was available that added a… more»

Last Of The Series: 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk

Studebaker introduced their Hawk series of autos back in 1956, with the car featuring four different available models and trim levels during its inaugural year, including the top-of-the-line Golden Hawk which not only offered elegant looks but also delivered… more»

Unfinished Rebuild: 1987 Ford Mustang GT Drop-Top

The third generation of the Ford Mustang debuted in 1979, more in concept to the original than the Mustang II of 1974-78. Based on the Fox-body platform developed for the compact Fairmont, Ford’s latest Mustang would enjoy a 15-year… more»