Parked For Nearly 50 Years, Saved: 1961 Impala Is Fully Prepared For A Second Life

The 283 (4.7-liter) was one of the most popular engines on the 1961 Impala, obviously alongside the six-cylinder sibling that provided more economical driving.The base 283 was offered with a 2-barrel configuration and developed 170 horsepower, whereas the upgraded version was fitted with a 4-barrel carburetor and therefore produced 230 horsepower. The same engine is … Read more

Rare Barn Find: 1964 Ford Thunderbird Is Dressed To Impress, Samoan Coral Wonder

It may sound impossible, but it really isn’t. Finding a super-rare car isn’t necessarily as hard as it sounds, though more often than not, getting your hands on it comes down to more money than many people are willing to spend. This Thunderbird, however, appears to be different.First and foremost, let’s see what makes 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

This 1967 Mustang Fastback Is A Real Barn Find Born With Massive Power Under The Hood

If you’re in the restoration business, you probably know already that finding a Mustang to restore isn’t by any means difficult. Ford’s pony is one of the most popular choices on this side of the market, and a decent project shouldn’t cost more than a few thousand dollars. On the other hand, not all Mustang … Read more

The Last Ride Pontiac: The Original Resurrected ’69 Judge That Advertised The 2004 Gto

This Pontiac is one of the rarest Judges from early 1969 and comes with a Hollywoodian life story. Found in decrepit condition, rescued and brought back to life and superstardom. This particular GTO was bought by its current owner in 1998 – the video shows photos of the car from back then. It was not … Read more

This 1967 Pontiac Firebird Is Complete But Rough, Wrecked But Fascinating

Whenever I hear the word “suburban,” I instantly think about the Chevrolet hauler. And I bet you do, too, for one simple reason. The Chevy Suburban came to be in 1934 and is still in production almost 90 years later (as of 2023). In short, it’s not only a legendary forerunner to the modern SUV, … Read more

1970 Plymouth Cuda Rare Barn Find Can Be Rescued After 35 Years In A Basement

Barn finds don’t have to be all about abandoned cars that require tons of restoration work and thousands of dollars to be brought back to life. And this 1970 Plymouth Cuda is the living proof in this regard, as it’s still looking surprisingly good even after spending over 35 years in a basement. Currently up … Read more

Rare 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340 Is A Wreck Only Someone With Superpowers Could Save

The total production of the 1971 Barracuda series declined to nearly 16,500 units, with the 318 (5.2-liter) auto configuration becoming the most common and therefore accounting for approximately 7,700 cars. The ‘Cuda that we have here, however, was born with a 340 (5.5-liter) 4-barrel engine under the hood, and this makes it kind of rare. … Read more

1968 Mercury Cougar Fastback That Shouldn’T Exist Is Very Real And Awesome

Introduced in April 1964, the Ford Mustang kickstarted the pony car segment. Granted, the Plymouth Barracuda debuted two weeks earlier, but the Mustang’s massive popularity prompted General Motors to create the Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird.With more than 500,000 Mustangs delivered in 1965, Ford decided to let the Lincoln-Mercury division have a go at … Read more

Seemingly Hopeless 1962 Rambler American Comes Back To Life After First Wash In 33 Years

What’s the first thing you think about you hear the words “barn find?” I usually picture a vehicle covered in a layer of dust thick enough to cover the worn-out paint and the surface rust. Because that’s how most cars emerge out of long-term storage. And you can only assess their actual condition once you … Read more