Today's Finds

Steve Harding

Begin forwarded message:

From: "" <mail@...>
Date: November 26, 2021 at 10:16:09 AM CST
To: mgbgt1@...
Subject: Today's Finds

340 4-Speed Project: 1970 Plymouth Duster

On September 29, 1969, Plymouth rolled out a sporty new version of its popular Valiant model. With semi-fastback styling and available V8 power, the new Duster was designed to compete with the Chevy Nova, as well as popular compacts...

Read More »

Coach-Built Classic: 1951 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith

It isn’t every day that the opportunity presents itself to own a genuine coach-built classic, but that is what is on offer with this 1951 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith. It has been sitting for more than four decades, so returning...

Read More »

Drive and Restore: 1951 MG TD

A couple of factors make classic British sports cars from the early post-war years attractive for enthusiasts. The first is that their engineering is pretty basic, making them a popular pick for restoration projects. However, their affordability attracts many,...

Read More »

Upgraded 340: 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger

This 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger has led quite a life. Not only does it wear a different paint color, but its engine bay has undergone some significant upgrades that should unleash welcome performance improvements. It is a solid and...

Read More »

Coyote Conversion: 1976 Ford Mustang II

We have all the respect in the world for fabricators and innovators in the automotive space. After all, if it weren’t for the risk-takers, we’d never see concept cars move from the clay model stage to an actual production...

Read More »

Left in Storage: 1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

If we were to assemble a list of the classic cars most likely to be left in storage, the Mercedes-Benz R107/C107 cars are definitely in the top five. The seller claims this 1980 450SL was found forgotten in storage...

Read More »

74k Original Miles: 1974 AMC Gremlin X

One of the defining characteristics of AMC as a vehicle manufacturer was its ability to produce quirky and interesting cars. One of the most easily recognizable vehicles was the AMC Gremlin, and this 1974 Gremlin X has just been...

Read More »

No Reserve: 1989 Cadillac Brougham D’Elegance

With the craziness that has afflicted our world in the last couple of years, sometimes we need to take the opportunity to step back, relax and live life at a quieter pace. If that sounds enticing to you, maybe...

Read More »

Story: Happy Ending! 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘cuda

Upon first glance, what you see here looks like a pretty harrowing sight- a 1970 Plymouth ‘cuda that has decades of crud all over it and hasn’t been moved since the eighties.  And it’s not just your run of...

Read More »

1 of 38? 1990 Dodge Dakota Lil Red Express

Who remembers the Dodge Lil Red Express trucks of 1978-79? They were a limited production run of the D-Series trucks that had unique graphics and a police version of the 360 V8 without a catalytic converter (at least in...

Read More »

22k Mile Original: 1964 Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet General Manager Ed Cole once defined the Impala as “a prestige car within the reach of the average American citizen.” From 1958 and for more than 50 years until recently, the Impala would dominate much of Chevy’s production....

Read More »

Barn Bike: 1970 Triumph Bonneville T120

A must-have for any seasoned motorcycle collector, this 1970 Triumph Bonneville T120 is a project bike that looks nice in the photos but is a little rough around the edges and will need work to get it back on...

Read More »

No Reserve V8 Grabber: 1972 Ford Maverick

The seller of this 1972 Ford Maverick proclaims, “Original Grabber V8“. Well, maybe so, and that’s a start, but as usual, there’s more to the story. It’s looking a bit worn, but Ford Mavericks do make regular appearances on...

Read More »

Part It Out or Restore? 1984 Ford Mustang GT

While many of us wish that every vintage car could be saved, some of them are simply too far gone to warrant rescuing. The Fox body Mustang is certainly coming into its own as a collector car, with minty...

Read More »

Five Door Hot Hatch: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH

Even though the roster of turbocharged Mopar products from the late 1980s is well known, it’s always a treat when one pops up for sale given how infrequently they appear. This is a clean 1985 Omni GLH five-door, which...

Read More »

Rare 2-Door Wagon: 1957 Mercury Voyager

Similar to the Rambler Cross Country, the Voyager was a line of pillarless hardtop station wagons offered by Mercury for 1957-58. They came with either two or four doors, but the 2-door was less practical and found fewer buyers...

Read More »

Only 37K Miles: 1983 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Clean Alfa Romeo Spiders remain one of the biggest bargains of the classic sportscar world. You can find them all day long in average condition for under $10,000, but a few dollars more tends to get you a much...

Read More »

Selling a barn find? Get it featured here!

Too many emails? Switch to 3x/week updates.


1627 S Orchard Ste 110
Boise ID 83705

Unsubscribe   |   Change Subscriber Options