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Over on the Classifieds section of the Classic Nation website I often see cars that look solid and are being offered at a reasonable price. Every now and then I see some really great deals on project cars. But - it's rare to stumble on something that looks like a finished car at a project car price. Show More Summary
While this isn't exactly a barn find, this 1957 Chevy Bel Air is looks abondoned and has definitely seen better days. I can imagine lots of different ways that I would love to restore this classic Chevrolet. If this looks like the perfect...Show More Summary
To blast or to dip a classic car is a topic that is often hotly debated despite the fact that the decision is rather straight- forward if you have your facts in order and know the condition of your car. Many people get lost in this particular...Show More Summary
Here's a Mustang that I never knew existed. It's a 1969 that was build for Mario Andretti to race in the Can AM series, and featured an all aluminum 494 engine. This was excellently built by Bodie Stroud, and it's one of the most impressive Mustang's I ever seen. Show More Summary
If you've ever considered buying a '64 Chevelle/Malibu, you'll want to take a look at this one that's for sale in Kent, WA. It seems to be really straight. The owner said that this car was his grandfathers car, who recently passed away. Show More Summary
These days, classic cars can be forund in many styles. From pro touring, to pro street, and original, to period correct, each "theme" has something different to offer. Although the cars themselves are sometimes similar, the wheels choice for each theme really sets the standard and look. Show More Summary
Ask a couple people what their favorite muscle car is, and you're likely to get a couple different answers. Some prefer straight-line raw power, while others prefer a muscular design. Here are 5 cars that we think are worthy of being on a list. Show More Summary
Who would have thought that the largest American classic car show is actually located in Sweden? Well, it is. The Power Big Meet is an annual event held in Västeräs, Sweden each year, and features over 10,000 American classic cars are in attendance. Show More Summary
If you like Chevys, you probably love the Chevelle. Each year Chevelle from '64-70 are all pretty distinct. Which year is your absolute favorite Chevelle? Here's a 1964 Chevelle (convertible). You'll notice the flat grille and short boxy body. Here's a great looking '65 Chevelle. Show More Summary
This beautiful 1961 Buick Skylark belongs to Royce, who is also the man who build this custom car at his home. It's 388 ci SBC engine with a th400 w/Gear Vendor transmission. That giant thing sticking off the top of the engine? Oh, thats...Show More Summary
If you've ever built a car in your garage, you can appreciate Justin Smith's dedication to this '67 Camaro project that he started in 2003. Taking over 8 years to complete, it's easy to see that the worksmanship was meticulous. Here's the rundown: 500 HP with a 6 speed transmission. Show More Summary
The 1967 Ford Mustang couple is one of the all time classic pony cars. Because of the availability of many aftermarket companies who still produce reporduction parts, these are relatively ideal to restore. Here is a great looking '67 with what looks to be GT trimings. Do you have a '67 Mustang? Share your pictures on our pictures page.
If you're a Chevy fan, chances are you like Camaros. They were some of the baddest muscle cars in the late 60's. 1967 through 1970 Camaros are all very sought after by collectors and owners alike. This 67' Camaro looks great with those...Show More Summary
It is true, there are a ton of great custom cars out there. Many are built to better than new specs, where attention is paid to all panel alignments, body gaps, and overall part fittent, while other cars are just "put together". Then,...Show More Summary
This red beauty is a 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner. She's got a 440 with a Tremic 5 speed transmission. There are plenty of custom touches as well. But noting can do this car justice quite as well as seeing it and listening to it run. Take a listen (and look) at this beauty up close. This Roadrunner is such as nicely put together mild custom. Show More Summary
The 57' Chevrolet Bel Air is certainly more sought after by collectors, but I'm a fan of all three classic designs. To a completely untrained eye they look quite similar. Most Chevy fans (and classic car enthusiasts in general) can quickly...Show More Summary
Fewer cars are more regarded as the best classic sports car ever made as is the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Having only been produced from 1962-1964 and numbering only 39 cars ever produced, you can imagine that the handful of these remaining...Show More Summary
These 5 cars are pretty amazing and anyone would be so happy to own one of them. So, which one of these is your favorite car and why? Of these 5 cars, which one would you want?
Over here in the Pacific Northwest, snow is covering the land. Most classic car builders and rodders have some type of indoor space where they can wrench away on something during the several months where driving or working ourside is not an option. Show More Summary
Yesterday we posted some pictures of some pretty cool barn finds on the blog. Since then, we've had several people add their own photos of abandoned cars that they've seen. Here are some of the best ones: Do you see anything rare in these pictures? Is there anything worth restoring?