Funky Fleetside: 1959 Chevrolet 3100 Apache

Any production company worth a plug nickle could turn this one truck into a legendary tv reality series. It looks like it has literally jumped right out of the screen in southern California or Texas or wherever any other… more»

Pastel Patina Pickup: 1957 Chevrolet 3100

Barn Finds is famous for showing vehicles that were found in barns, garages, sheds, under tarps, in pole buildings, etc., and/or otherwise have been in storage for decades. Sometimes a vehicle looks like it was found in a barn… more»

Restore Or Restomod? 1966 Chevrolet C-10

It’s hard to believe how far prices have come for old vehicles, and this 1966 Chevrolet C-10 short bed pickup isn’t even high compared to a lot of vehicles that we have seen lately. This cool-colored truck is listed… more»

Roadside Assistance: 1949 Chevy Wrecker

This 1949 Chevy wrecker is a former Colorado truck that made its way to Texas some time ago. Always living in arid climates has helped it stay fairly well preserved, though the seller’s inability to get to the project… more»

Running Hemi: 1955 Dodge Royal Lancer

Even though some cars have a well weathered appearance, you can still see the charm in their styling and looks much like this Royal Lancer. Wearing a fair amount of surface rust, this Lancer has a running Hemi, and… more»

Peach Cruiser: 1954 Pontiac Star Chief Custom

This first year Pontiac Star Chief features sleek styling and a peachy patina.  In running and driving condition, this sedan still looks great, but is in need of some help. Claimed to be complete, and a worthwhile project, this… more»

Three Window Project: 1948 Chevrolet 3100

After a lifetime spent with one family since new, this ’48 Chevy pickup is still a solid truck with great potential to be a driver once more. Mostly complete, this Chevy has a wild patina despite its California roots…. more»

Solid Bones: 1940 Dodge Business Coupe

Classy old Business Coupes can often be difficult to find unrestored, or in worthwhile condition. Thankfully this 1940 Dodge is a solid builder for your next project. Although strangely green, this Business Coupe is fairly straight and rust free…. more»

Restomod Hauler: 1949 Chevrolet COE

I always like to see these old Cab Over Engine trucks being put to use. Sadly many of these trucks sit by the wayside as parts, and restoration are typically higher than the value of these old trucks. Although… more»

Lee Petty Tribute: 1954 Chrysler New Yorker

Nascar’s early beginnings run deep in American racing history. The previous owner of this ’54 New Yorker purchased this car from its original family, and proceeded to make it a driver, and add decals to commemorate Lee Petty’s 1954… more»

Build Your Own Patina: 1954 Chevrolet Pickup

How many times have you seen a classic car or truck with no drive-train and planned in your mind what exactly you would do it? Well this ’54 Chevrolet pickup is lacking its engine and transmission, but a drive-train… more»

Tow Ready Classic: 1972 Ford F-250 Camper Special

These classic Ford trucks have great looks, but this Camper Special has more than meets the eye. Factory optioned for towing a camper of your choice, the seller says you can “drive to China and back” in this old Ford…. more»

Patina Ivy: 1950 Chevrolet Pickup

Appearing more like a rare plant that grows cool old trucks instead of flowers, this old Chevrolet 3100 is a one owner truck that hasn’t been touched in a “few” years. Clearly looking like a forgotten and neglected machine,… more»

Award Winning Patina: 1959 Porsche 356A

Patina can be an interesting topic as some are for it, some are against it, and there is definitely a grey area on what is and isn’t suitable patina. What if I were to tell you this ’59 Porsche… more»

Reasonably Priced 860: 1956 Pontiac Chieftain

Recently discovered in a barn this 1956 Pontiac Chieftain is a great looking car even with its worn paint. Untouched, but ready to be revived, this light blue classic looks like a great start to a fun project. With… more»

Studebaker Restomod: 1947 Studebaker M5 Pickup

The Studebaker M5 pickups in my opinion are one of the best looking trucks of the era. The moustache like grill, and the treatment of headlights really set this truck apart from others of the era. With a heavy… more»