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

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

This 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Is Rarer Than A Hurst/Olds, Gets First Wash In Years

It’s been almost 20 years (as of 2023) since GM discontinued Oldsmobile, but the brand’s legacy still lives on thanks to a long list of achievements and fantastic cars. Founded by Ransom E. Olds in 1897, Oldsmobile offered the first speedometer in 1901 and was the first carmaker to use chrome plating in 1926. It … Read more

Here’S The Road To Your Next Barn-Find, And The Start Your Next Restoration Project

While some car relics can be revived, others might not be worthy, but they could be donors and save other vehicles, true treasures – and we would love to see more success stories about saved vehicles. Over the years, the term “barn-find” evolved from vehicles found in sheds and, well, barns, to pretty much any … Read more

1962 Ford Thunderbird Spent 25 Years In A Barn; It’S Almost Ready To Impress

After spending almost 25 years in a barn, this T-Bird from Arkansas is ready to meet the world without any rust, with low mileage, and with a smooth, roaring V8 under the hood.Some people will never understand how satisfying it is to drive a car that was a relic, and you put it back together. … Read more

1968 Mercury Cougar 500 Sees Daylight After 31 Years, It’S Rarer Than Hen’S Teeth

Introduced in 1967 as a premium take on the Ford Mustang, the Mercury Cougar went on to become the brand’s highest-selling nameplate. Produced until 1997 and then again from 1999 to 2002, the Cougar is also the second longest-running Mercury model, superseded only by the Grand Marquis.Come 2022, and the first-gen Cougar is by far … Read more

Play Lego At The Highest Level With This Dismantled, All Numbers Matching Charger 440 R/T

Care for a real-life Lego? Then this all numbers-matching 1970 Dodge Charger 440 R/T might be the biggest challenge for your assembling skills, but get ready for some fixes here and there.Dodge introduced the second generation of the Charger in 1968 and built it until 1970. It made a few changes for the 1969 and … Read more

1970 Dodge Charger Parked For 15 Years Has A Rare Surprise Under The Hood

Introduced in 1966 as a somewhat luxurious fastback, the Dodge Charger morphed into a full-blown muscle car in 1968. The second second-generation model remained in production for three years, and it’s now the most desirable iteration of the Charger.While largely similar, all three model years came with unique design features. The 1968 Charger featured a … Read more