1959 Cadillac ‘Speedster’ Is No Virtual Sled, But Rather A 632Ci V8 Canyon Carver

Some would argue that, except for the evergreen and ever-popular Escalade, Cadillac has lost its direction in trying to join the crossover and SUV hype. Others might remind everyone the Blackwing V8s are still around. And a few could just laugh maniacally and imagine all sorts of crazy things – albeit only in CGI! Although … Read more

Custom Buick Skylark Looks Ready To Take Flight With Its Color-Matched Attivo 26S

When not roaming the skies as a little species of bird, Buick’s namesake Skylark used to be a passenger car that had six major installments. Highly adaptable, just like its wildlife counterpart, it’s been modified on countless occasions. In stock form, the model series varied wildly because of changing consumer tastes, embedded technology, as well … Read more

The Only 1972 Gs 455 Convertible Flame Orange Is Up For Grabs

The muscle car era was coming to an end when this vehicle came out of the assembly line from Flint, Michigan, in 1972 with a price tag of 5,787 USD, or almost 40k in today’s money, with a unique package.Not only that this Buick Skylark GS455 Stage 1 Convertible with air-conditioning was just one of … Read more

1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda Is A Sassy Grass Trickster, Still Looks The Part

When Plymouth redesigned the Barracuda for the 1970 model year, the pony morphed into a fully-blown muscle car with a sporty appearance and big-block V8 engines on the options list. The latter also included the mighty 426-cubic-inch (7.0-liter) HEMI V8. Granted, the HEMI had made its way into the Barracuda in 1968, but it was … Read more

1960 Chevrolet Corvette Hidden For 50 Years Surfaces In Search Of A Better Life

It’s not uncommon for classic cars to spend decades in storage. Some of them are locked up in barns when they break down, while others are parked for restoration but end up rotting away. This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette was parked into a storage unit sometime in the 1970s and spent at least 50 years sitting … Read more

Why The Stunning Plymouth Superbird Was Too Quick For Nascar

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, NASCAR entered a new era. The sport saw aerodynamics play a role for the first time with the introduction of the Dodge Charger Daytona. This became the first car in NASCAR history to reach 200 mph, and it spawned the Plymouth Superbird, the rival from the Chrysler Corporation. … Read more

Triple-White 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Parked For 41 Years Is Surprisingly Original

Long-term storage isn’t necessarily bad for a classic car. Take this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda RTS show car, which emerged after 46 years as a pristine, low-mileage time capsule. But that’s because it was stored in a nice garage. On the other hand, many classics spend decades in wooden barns or are fully exposed to the … Read more

The 1961 Lesabre Was The Workhorse Of Buick’S Comeback In The Carmaking Business

At the beginning of the seventh decade of the past century, the Buick Motor Division of General Motors was wobbling in sales mediocrity, slowly beginning to recover after a financial nose-dive in the late 50s. The corporation itself wasn’t living its best life, and a radical change was made in 1959. To clear its name … Read more

Matching-Numbers 1958 Chevrolet Impala Looks Great In Wallpaper-Quality Photos

While the Impala got to see the daylight in 1958, the first time the American carmaker used this nameplate was in 1956 at the General Motors Motorama show.The Impala evolved from concept to production-ready model in less than a year, with Chevrolet eventually launching it as the top-of-the-line Bel Air in 1958. The first year … Read more

Abandoned Forest Junkyard Is A Classic Car Ghost Town Packed With Rare Gems

The junkyard is the place to go if you need spare parts for classic cars or even a project to restore. But that works if the scrapyard in question is still running. The one you’re about to see below has been abandoned years ago, and it’s pretty much a classic car ghost town. But while … Read more