The Bright Red Rolls-Royce Corniche 1971 Makes A Flashy Classic, Colorful Candies

Introduced in 1971 as a replacement for the Silver Shadow coupe, the Rolls-Royce Corniche remained in production for a whopping 24 years, until 1995. And just like its predecessor, it was purchased and driven by many celebrities. The list of famous people that had a Corniche in their garages is quite long and includes names … Read more

Ultra Rare 1971 Olds 442 W30 Convertible Rocks Bruce Springsteen 8-Track

Few collections of three numbers elicit the emotion and the passion of the 442, Oldsmobile’s greatest contribution to the first muscle car renaissance. But only a small fraction of production for the lauded 1971 model year sported a convertible top. Safe to say, any surviving example that does is worth its weight in nostalgia points.But … Read more

Beautifully Restored 1969 Dodge Charger R/T Flexes 440 Muscle And Rare Stripe Delete

What’s your favorite Dodge Charger from the golden muscle car era? Are you into the luxurious first-generation fastback, or are you more of a second-gen Coke bottle-style design? Or perhaps you fancy the fuselage-type version that Dodge introduced in 1971? I’m asking because I can’t pick just one. While I love the 1966 version with … Read more

1967 Ford Mustang Parked 50 Years Ago Is A One-Of-One Gem Awaiting Restoration

How many years of storage does it take to turn a beautiful classic into a rust bucket? Well, it depends on a few factors, but keeping a vehicle in a barn for 50 years is definitely a bad idea. On the flip side, dry storage is a far better option in the long run. And … Read more

1968 Mercury Cougar Has Been Off The Streets For 30 Years, Needs Some Tlc

The year is 2022. Despite all the Sci-Fi movies we’ve seen so far, the concept of a time machine still seems to be a distant, perhaps impossible dream. But we’ve managed to find ways of exploring the past without living it. And buying classic cars is a great way of achieving that goal if you’re … Read more

These 1969 And 1970 Dodge Chargers Spent Decades In A Barn, They Need Help

If I had a dollar for every second-generation Dodge Charger that’s waiting for a second chance at life in a barn, I’d have enough to buy a fully restored 1969 example. Okay, maybe not that much, but there must be a few good thousand of them waiting to be restored. And these three are in … Read more

1968 Dodge Dart Parked By The Roadside But Still Attractive

The year was 1967, and it witnessed the debut of a completely new Dodge Dart whose purpose was to continue the impressive sales performance of the previous generation.And to make sure this is truly possible, Dodge introduced a series of important upgrades, including under the hood. The Dart was now ready for massive V8 upgrades … Read more

Restored 1966 Ford Fairlane R-Code Shows Only 4,931 Original Miles

Not to be confused with the Fairlane for Australia, the American model became a go-faster legend with the introduction of the Thunderbolt, of which 100 units were produced for 1964. Revised in 1966, the Fairlane lineup welcomed the R-Code package mid-year to qualify the 7.0-liter V8 and Top Loader four-speed manual tranny for the NHRA … Read more

Scratch That Classic Pickup Itch With This Ls-Powered 1970 Chevrolet C10

Don’t give a flying hoot about the new Toyota Tacoma and other modern-day pickups, but would still want something with an open bed behind the cabin for the occasional hauling, preferably with a punchy engine under the hood? Look no further than this Chevrolet C10. Part of the second generation made from 1967 to 1972, … Read more

1968 Chevrolet Impala Sleeping In A Forest Begs For A Full Wash

While many people believe the Impala somehow lost its wow factor in the late ’60s, I think otherwise. After setting an impressive sales record in 1965, with over 1 million units sold in a single year, Chevrolet’s superstar embarked on a gradual decline trend that continued for the remainder of the decade. Truth be told, … Read more