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Our intrepid Barn Finds reader Michael has been on the lookout again and has located a real survivor for me to write about, so a big thanks to Michael for that. This 1965 Oldsmobile 442 is offered for sale. Random Pictures, Car Pictures, Oldsmobile Cutlass, Car Pics, American Muscle Cars, Barn Finds, Car Car, Chevy Trucks, Vintage Cars

Big Block Survivor: 1965 Oldsmobile 442

Our intrepid Barn Finds reader Michael has been on the lookout again and has located a real survivor for me to write about, so a big thanks to Michael for that. This 1965 Oldsmobile 442 is offered for sale here on Craigslist. It is located in San Diego, California, and comes with a clean title....

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383 Barn Find: 1965 Plymouth Fury III

Found in a barn and in running and barely driving shape, this 383 powered ’65 Fury III seems like a no brainer for the $2,950 asking price! Fairly solid and close to being a driver, be sure to check out this Mopar here on craigslist out of Tazewell, Tennessee. Thanks to Ikey for sharing this...

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Potent Classic: 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury

While it might not be completely original, this 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury is a great looking car that is ready to be driven and enjoyed immediately. Under the handsome exterior lies the original drive-train, although it has received a few useful upgrades. For the person seeking originality, it would be a pretty simple matter to...

On the rusty side, but still a very complete Fury hardtop coupe Plymouth Fury, Barn Finds, Archaeology, Abandoned, Antique Cars, Image, Cutaway, Left Out, Vintage Cars

Junkyard Treasure: 1966 Plymouth Fury III

On the rusty side, but still a very complete Fury hardtop coupe

Almost One Owner: 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro was nearing the end of the road by 1979, and what a great run this body style had for 11 years. Chevy made it easy to look cool in any of these Camaro Offerings, but adding the Z28 package made you look like a rock star. New for the Z28 in...

Rare 1967 International Scout 800 Sportop

Scout 800s were only made from 1965 to 1968, and most of those were not this unusual Sportop version, and not even all of those were the soft-top Sportop! So what we have here is an unusual early SUV, in fairly solid condition. It's listed for sale here on craigslist with an asking price of $8,950....

67k Mile Storage Unit Find: 1984 Chevrolet Corvette

1984 was the beginning of the run for the fourth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, which was produced between 1984 and 1996. After taking a year-long hiatus from production in 1983, the Corvette returned in C4 fashion with a completely new chassis and body style for 1984. While it may fall short of the technological standards of today's...

One-Owner Survivor: 1975 Chrysler Imperial

The Imperial was a long-standing brand at Chrysler, dating back to 1926. As the 1970s wore on – especially after gasoline prices shot up after the 1973 OPEC oil embargo – sales had fallen off to the point that the car would be rebranded as the Chrysler New Yorker Brougham for 1976. This lavish, bigger-than-life...

Drive and Restore: 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible

There is a certain attraction to buying a classic car that the owner can drive immediately but can be restored as time and circumstances allow. That is what this 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible has to offer its next owner. Its presentation is acceptable as a survivor, and its rust issues are minimal. If the...

Easy Project: 1955 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon

Classics like this 1955 Ford Country Squire Wagon will always ignite a spirited debate amongst our readers. Some will argue that it is a prime candidate for a restoration project, while others will believe that it should remain untouched as an original survivor. I can see merit in both perspectives, but it is a decision...

Survivor Or Restored? 1954 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

And now, time for something different. Not a barn find, not a muscle car, not a rare high dollar foreign wreck, not a custom, and not something indescribable. Nope, just a car, an ordinary mid-century four-door sedan in the form of a 1954 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight. A survivor? Maybe, let's take a look and decide. This...

Just 1,671 Miles! 1987 GMC Caballero

The Caballero was GMC’s version of the Chevy El Camino, with minor badging changes and production in smaller quantities. Both were based on the Chevy Malibu but with a larger wheelbase. The 1987 model year would spell the end of both “gentlemen’s pickups" as GM's intermediates went to front-wheel drive in 1988. This edition belongs...

Rare 318: 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible

This 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible might look pretty tired, but closer investigation reveals that it is a structurally sound classic that is begging for a new owner to return it to its former glory. This process will involve a bit of work, but very little of it will revolve around rust repairs. With the ongoing...

Simply Spotless: 1950 Ford Custom DeLuxe Station Wagon

Although it wasn't officially used at that point, the 1950 model year marked the first time that Ford coined the term "Country Squire" to describe their station wagon offering. The vehicles were officially referred to as the Custom DeLuxe, and this one is a real gem. It has come out of a private collection after...