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Factory Orange 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

The automotive landscape was changing in the early 1970s as governments and manufacturers focused on cleaner air and improved vehicle safety. Many enthusiasts decried the changes that sapped engine power and performance, but there will always be a price… more»

No Reserve 1968 Pontiac GTO 400 4-Speed

Royal Pontiac, located in Royal Oaks, Michigan, became the unofficial home of high-performance Pontiacs during the 1960s. Its collaborative work with the manufacturer produced some of the most potent vehicles to wear the marque’s badge. This 1969 GTO isn’t… more»

BF Exclusive: 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible

Mercury introduced its Cougar range as a more luxurious alternative to Ford’s Mustang. They did so despite the initial misgivings expressed by the parent company’s management, but it proved to be a wise decision. By the time Mercury closed… more»

Two-Owner Survivor: 1986 Buick Grand National

We see a few examples of the 1986 Buick Grand National at Barn Finds, which is understandable considering how popular these classics are. Some are extraordinarily well-preserved vehicles with ultra-low odometer readings, while others are tired examples that have… more»

GM’s Beetle? 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

I have never known what to make of Chevrolet’s Corvair such as today’s 1962 Monza subject. While I was never a fan, I admired the combined attempt of Chevrolet and GM to build a compact designed to do competitive… more»

Pint-Size Woodie: 1979 Ford Pinto Country Squire

In 1970-71, three of the U.S. automakers introduced subcompact cars. That included the Chevy Vega, AMC Gremlin, and Ford Pinto. The latter would last the longest (1971-80) and sell the most cars (more than three million units). Interest in… more»

Original 1973 Buick Centurion 455 Convertible

The Centurion is one of those Buick names that doesn’t really seem to get widespread attention, and that’s probably due in part to its short production span, which lasted only from 1971 to 1973.  The car was a mid-level… more»

What’s It Worth? 1972 Pontiac GTO

My, how quickly things can change in the automotive world. The GTO began life as a mid-size muscle car in 1964, reached 96,000 units in sales in 1966, yet couldn’t break the 6,000 number in 1972. Market saturation had… more»

Wine Country Find: 1985 Ford F-150 4-Speed

Located in dry Sacramento, California for the last 38 years, where I should have moved after high school over 38 years ago, this rust-free, short-bed 1985 Ford F-150 looks like a great truck. That’s dangerously close to one of… more»

Original With 4-Speed: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

I noticed Plymouth’s Road Runner upon introduction in ’68, but it was the ’69 edition, with its wide, black hood stripes, that really caught my imagination. I wanted one the second I saw it, even though I wasn’t yet… more»

LS Swapped 1972 Chevrolet Camaro

Behold the metal version of that dirty calico cat in your neighborhood… up all hours of the night making a racket, knocking over trash cans, and generally up to no good. This calico-colored 1972 Chevrolet Camaro in Wellington, Colorado… more»

Parked In ’77: 1964 Jaguar E-Type Garage Find

Here’s something you don’t see every day, but that I saw twice in one day—an old Jaguar that’s been in a dry-climate garage for decades now emerging. It’s the case with this 1964 Jaguar E-Type, for sale here on… more»

No Reserve 1973 Plymouth Gold Duster V8

The Duster was perhaps Plymouth’s big success story of the 1970s. They took a Valiant compact and grafted on a new fastback body from the cowl back. The result was sales of nearly 1.3 million copies from 1970 to… more»

Cheap 1988 Pontiac Sunbird GT Turbo Convertible

This 1988 Pontiac Sunbird may not be the most exhilarating ragtop ever made, but for a late-eighties J-platform car this one’s pretty cool and seems like a lot of fun for a driver officially priced at $3,650, but in… more»

Low-Mile 1978 AMC Matador Barcelona II

American Motors redesigned its Matador product line in 1974 and in the process moved it from an intermediate to a full-size car. They went one step further by giving the 2-door hardtop completely different styling from the sedans and… more»

Nomad Alternative: Rare 1956 Pontiac Safari

Based on a 1954 concept car with Corvette styling, General Motors introduced the “Sport Wagon” in 1955. It was a 2-door station wagon that had a separate body from the regular wagons from the cowl back. Chevrolet called theirs… more»