47K Original Miles: 1980 Porsche 924 Turbo

When we see an elusive turbocharged Porsche 924 for sale, it is almost always in non-running condition. The shame of it is that these were fairly over-built cars, let down by owners who didn’t follow the owner’s manual recommendations… more»

Shed Find: 1926 Ford Model T Coupe

If we were in Hollywood – instead of perusing the pages of Barn Finds – the Model T would be an über-celebrity. It sold more than 15 million copies, it was reliable enough to put everyman on wheels, it… more»

Nomad’s Cousin: 1956 Pontiac Star Chief Safari

In 1955, Chevrolet introduced a new “sport wagon” known as the Bel Air Nomad. Though there was a lot of fanfare at the time, it didn’t equate to big sales numbers and the Nomad went away after 1957. Less… more»

One Family Owned: 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442

This 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 is not a genuine barn find but a classic worthy of close inspection. It is an original and unmolested survivor. That is not particularly rare, but it features some desirable options and has been… more»

1 of 618: 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

The big news in Corvette circles in 1965 was the addition of the 396 cubic inch big-block V8. The L78 produced a whopping 425 hp and just 2,157 of them left the assembly line. The seller’s car was one… more»

Are Prices Crashing? 1939 Lincoln Victoria by Brunn

While the crushing forces of inflation are steadily robbing our pockets of buying power, some segments of the classic car market are experiencing the opposite force of deflation.  Like a black hole, the value of vehicles in these segments… more»

GTO Clone Candidate? 1966 Pontiac LeMans Convertible

The seller of this 1966 LeMans goes on and on about the possibilities of his convertible being reincarnated as a GTO clone, and he’s even got some goat parts included in the sale, but with nearly six decades of… more»

24k Mile Original Survivor! 1950 Packard Eight Sedan

The decade of the Fabulous ’50’s didn’t start out well for the Packard Motor Car Company (and wouldn’t end well, either). By 1950, Packard was losing ground in the luxury car field to rival Cadillac in sales as well… more»

Just Two Owners! 1980 MG MGB

The British-built MGB was the big brother to the MG Midget and was in production from 1962 to 1980. This example of the sports car is from the last year they were imported, and it looks solid overall with… more»

College Car: 1963 Triumph TR4

The cars we drove in our youth often hold a warm place in our hearts, and finding that car or truck we owned in our formative years is a goal for many enthusiasts at some point in their lives…. more»

Garage Find: 1987 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

We’ve all been there: a small project spirals into a big one, and suddenly, we’re surrounded by boxes of old and new parts and our car is no where near complete. That appears to be the case with this… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Porsche 911T

It’s rare to find an air-cooled Porsche 911 in good shape being offered with no reserve, but that’s what we appear to have here with this long-hood 911T. The seller claims it benefits from a recent refurbishment that included… more»

SS Clone: 1991 Chevrolet C/K Pickup

Clones, in general, are tricky beasts in the car world. When it comes to cloning a vehicle that is typically out of reach price-wise for most enthusiasts, it’s possible to justify building your own version of it. But when… more»

Low Mileage LJ: 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

One of the more interesting wrinkles in the modern enthusiast car landscape is when a modern vehicle becomes a collector’s item – but quietly. When the LJ-chassis Jeep Wrangler was introduced, it barely caused much of a flutter amongst… more»

Blown Head Gasket? 1950 Packard Deluxe Eight

Must be Packard week. Here’s a post-war Packard this time, listed on craigslist for $8000 firm. The new owner can collect this car from Springfield, Missouri. Dan gave us this tip – thanks, Dan! I believe the model/trim level… more»

Donated Classic: 1980 MG MGB

Charity auctions are always interesting for the variety of cars that come under the hammer. This 1980 MG MGB is a perfect example of that theme. It is a solid classic that needs little to return to active service…. more»