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»

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 K-Code: 1966 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback

We often see sellers frustrated by non-paying winning bidders, but the story of this 1966 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback is one of frustration for a different reason. A technical glitch appears to have seen most of the photos disappear… more»

Lariat Survivor: 1986 Ford F-150 XLT

While we’re all generally impressed by survivor-grade vehicles, it’s particularly impressive when the vehicle in question is fairly plane-jane. The logic here is that an ordinary vehicle is far more likely to be abused, or kept in average condition… more»

429 Cobra Jet: 1971 Ford Torino GT

Losing a loved one, especially a partner of many years, is one of the most harrowing experiences in many people’s lives. Deciding what to do with their precious possessions can be equally difficult, but that is the one facing… more»

Collectible Yet? 1986 Ford F150 Pickup

Barn Finds is one of the few classic and collectible vehicle websites that features everything from sub $1,000 junkyard rejects to the occasional six-figure rarity.  This diversity makes for a lot of interesting write-ups, but it also raises the… more»

22k Original Miles! 1978 Ford Thunderbird

The Thunderbird was flying high back in 1978 when personal luxury offerings were still a thriving market segment and the car maintained its good-looking lines outside, which found more than 350,000 happy customers for this model year alone.  That… more»

Seems Complete: 1928 Ford Model A

Ford always knew that its Model T would be a tough act to follow because it was one of those rare examples of a car that had developed legendary status while still in production. Such was its success that,… more»

Original Interior: 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 Hardtop Coupe

Ford described their restyled 1965 full-sized model as “Solid. Silent. Elegant, and the most-changed cars you’ve seen in a decade – completely new from top to tires.” In my opinion, 1965 was one of the best styling years from… more»

Too Far Gone? 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

There is something heartbreaking about seeing a once desirable and potent classic reduced to a rusty and shattered hulk. That has been the fate of this 1969 Mustang Mach 1, and many will question its worth in the current… more»

Rare Roadster: 1936 Ford Model 68 Convertible

By the late 1920s, Edsel Ford finally convinced his father that the best-selling Model T needed an evolution. When the 1930s rolled around, that evolution became a revolution. Now in keen competition with Chevrolet, Ford began updating its models… more»

63K Miles: 1992 Ford Mustang LX

When it comes to Fox bodies, a clean 90s Mustang is hard to ignore. So many of these cars are ragged and tired that seeing an example with some smart modifications and in otherwise exceptional cosmetic and mechanical condition… more»

California Survivor: 1968 Ford F-250 Ranger Camper Special

If you’ve lived in the Santa Rosa, California area anytime in the past 55 years, chances are you probably saw this 1968 Ford F-250 “Camper Special” Ranger on the road. That’s because it’s had three owners since it was… more»

No Reserve 390: 1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback

Originality is often considered desirable in the classic world, but well-executed custom builds can command equal respect. That term perfectly describes this 1967 Mustang 2+2 Fastback. Its presentation is hard to fault, even though it has undergone a color… more»

Package Duo: 1969 + 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Hoping to interject some buyer interest in its aging Mustang, Ford introduced the Mach 1 performance-oriented model in 1969. It would prove popular through the rest of the first-generation run (1973). The seller has two Mach 1 editions for… more»

36K-Mile Rust-Free One-Owner! 1977 Ford LTD

This car is amazing, I’ll tell you that right now to get it over with. Without full wheel covers it almost has the look of a lower trim level Custom 500, but this is a 1977 Ford LTD and… more»