8k Mile Ex-Racer! 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

8,265 certainly sounds like low mileage under most circumstances for a more than 50-year-old vehicle, but if a lot of those miles were accumulated at a racetrack it seems a bit high unless that car was a frequent racer… more»

Sort Of Original: 1967 Chevelle SS Convertible

Two words that usually put my Spidey-senses on high alert when it comes to car listings are “survivor” and “original”.   It’s great when you find a vehicle that qualifies as either, and while there are still plenty of vintage… more»

Real SS? 1971 Chevrolet Nova SS

It’s not easy to prove that a third-generation Chevy Nova is a real Super Sport or a clone. The VIN and cowl tag don’t have any telltale signs so it would take things like a build sheet or window… 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»

Real SS? 1972 Chevrolet Nova

Having owned a ’73 Chevrolet Nova in my youth, I can really appreciate the durability of these cars and how easy the 350 is to work on and keep running well.  But I sort of sneaked something in when… more»

396 V8 Project: 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

Chevrolet was on fire in 1965. They sold more than one million Impalas for the first time, a number that would never be reached again. The popular Impala Super Sport was in its second year as a series of… more»

Indy Pace Car Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Since the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, there have been manufacturer-supplied cars to pace the field. One of the most popular automobiles to have this honor was the Chevy Camaro, which did it four times between 1967 and 1993…. more»

327 V8 Shed Find: 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS

Chevrolet hit pay dirt when they debuted the Super Sport in 1961. At first, it was a performance version of the Impala, and production numbers were low. In 1962, the car went more mainstream, becoming a sporty option available… more»

409 V8 SS? 1962 Chevrolet Impala

The Impala Super Sport was in its second year in 1962 and would be a huge success. Sales would approach 100,000 copies instead of a few hundred the year before as the focus was changed from performance to style…. more»

396/4-Speed! 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS

Chevrolet didn’t waste much time in creating an SS version of their compact offering, with the Super Sport option appearing on the 1963 models just one year after the Chevy II/Nova made its debut.  In the beginning, the SS… more»

Numbers-Matching 396: 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS

The late sixties could be some fun times at your Chevrolet dealership when it came to the Chevy II.  The car finally dropped its former badge in 1969 and officially became known as simply the Nova, and the design… more»

Warning! This Original 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS May Cause Drooling.

If there is one word to describe this immaculate 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle after reading the listing, it’s “original.” This second generation, cranberry red SS is pure American muscle, and has been taken care of with the greatest amount of… more»

454 Big Block! 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The Camaro was in its third year of production, having settled into a solid second place behind the pony car leader, Ford’s Mustang. 1969’s Camaro would enjoy a 15-month run on the assembly line as the all-new 1970s were… more»

SS Clone 454! 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Convertible

While this 1967 Chevelle Convertible is not what we would consider a “survivor” here at Barn Finds, the seller initially describes it as just that but goes on to call it a resto-mod clone SS, and maybe that’s more… more»

454 Powered + Nitrous! 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS

With all the cars we run across here at Barn Finds, as you can imagine we’ve seen just about every reason you can think of given as to why the owners want to sell that car.  From family matters…. more»

Stunning Survivor: 1961 Chevrolet Impala SS Bubble Top

Oh, my. Get a load of this rare and tasty turquoise treat. The seller describes this 1961 Impala SS Bubble Top as “pristine,” and after drooling over the 24 photos included in the ad, I tend to agree. Except… more»