If you're an Oldsmobile fan, what would your ultimate Olds look like? How about a stunning 1972 442 W-30 Tribute wearing slick red paint and packing a thundering 455 cubic inch big block. Of course, a few mods like power brakes/steering, air conditioning, and a little more horsepower never hurt, and the result is a brutal 442 W30 tribute that looks and drives like you've always imagined. The ri...
By 1972, the era of full-sized luxury muscle was starting to die, just like the rest of the high-horsepower machines, but that didn't stop Pontiac from building cars like this ultra-cool 1972 Grand Prix. There's still a rumbling 400-inch V8 under the hood, a pair of bucket seats inside, and enough performance to make it a legitimate piece of the Pontiac legend. Time has been kind to the Grand P...
If you like to drive, small block Camaros are what you want. Cars like this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS are nicely balanced, with great handling and acceleration that still intimidates other drivers on the street, all without the fuel economy penalty of a big block. This fresh-looking hardtop offers all the virtues and none of the vices of an early F-body. Repainted with purpose, this SS absolutel...
One of the most striking designs of the immediate post-war era, the Lincoln H-Series set styling trends that we still see echoing today. This 1948 66H Sedan is an elegant personal car that's had an easy life, with a great repaint and unbelievably only 29,535 actual miles on the clock. The flowing lines, penned by Bob Gregorie in the late 1930s, turned out to be one of the finest shapes to come ...
If you're not driving a vintage Buick, we have only one question: why not? Cars like this 1972 Buick Skylark Custom are affordable V8 fun that deliver more luxury, more comfort, and just as much performance as a comparable Chevelle, all for thousands less. Look around and I doubt you'll find a cleaner and more affordable A-body with factory A/C than this! The bright finish in this Buick is the ...
The 1935 Buick 3-Window Coupe was one of the cars that was integral in pulling Buick out of the proverbial financial muck after very poor sales numbers in the early '30s that almost sunk the company for good. But even with cars like this lovely coupe popping up in showrooms more frequently, 1935 Buicks are rather rare machines. Better yet, with this one you get all the modern conveniences and t...
The all-new Sting Ray (now two words) hit the market in 1968 and totally transformed America's sports car for decades to come. You can still see echoes of this 1968 Corvette in today's design, and with a silky blue paint job, some nice factory options, and a great-running small block, this is the Corvette that you've been waiting for. LeMans Blue is exactly the shade you want on a Corvette, and...
This 1931 Chevrolet Coupe is a great rebuttal to all the complaints about putting Chevy motors in early Fords. Instead of putting a Ford in your Ford, why not get a Chevy in which to put your Chevy? Far less common but every bit as good looking, this neat coupe is the answer to the Chevy fan's wish for a great early cruiser with a classic look. Built to be driven and finished 37,618 miles ago, ...
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS LS6 Pro Touring convertible is all about taking one of the most aggressive '60s designs and adding ultra slick paint, modern trim, custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, six-speed stick, a fuel-injected LS6 V8 and so much more. So yes, this is the ultimate award-winning muscle machine that's ready to turn heads right now. Let's start with the exceptionally co...
There seems to be an undeniable fact in the hobby right now: Second-generation Camaros are red hot, and this awesome 1974 Z/28 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod is a spectacular custom build that definitely brings the heat. With a big 396 Stroker V8, incredible bespoke bodywork, and that aggressive look, this is the Z/28 for guys who love to drive and look good doing it. The government was fully emascu...
It may have a custom look that could give you the impression that it's a heavily modded (and therefore somewhat temperamental) vintage SUV, but looks can often be deceiving. Thoughtfully configured for frequent driving, this recently completed 1972 Chevrolet Suburban C20 is powered by a built 402 V8 and features an elegantly comfortable interior. Take a closer look, this 'Burban has a lot to of...
This 1968 Chevelle SS 396 is sure to hit a few high notes with Chevy fans: Big block engine. 4-speed manual. Red paint. And 100% ready to rumble. Restored to it's factory specs and built to be a drivable investment, this is a very impressive muscle car. Classic Matador Red sure looks good on the Chevelle, doesn't it? Chevy's intermediate got a big facelift that started what is arguably the most...
This 1968 Chevelle SS 396 is sure to hit a few high notes with Chevy fans: Big block engine. Show quality paint. Factory A/C. And 100% ready to rumble. This stunning frame-off restored Chevelle is one of the most impressive muscle cars we have in our inventory, so do yourself a good deed and take a closer look. Classic Tripoli Turquoise sure looks good on the Chevelle, doesn't it? Chevy's inter...
Early Camaros will always be in demand. The trick is finding one that's both affordable and usable, a feat easier said than done. Fortunately, there are still cool cars like this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute out there, a brilliant combination of style and performance at a decent price. We always like to see traditional colors, and while this one was originally a more subdued shade, it's bee...
Big engine, big tires, and big colors make this 1955 Chevrolet 210 Pro Street the vehicle of choice if you like making a big entrance. With an awesome Pro Street look and a street-friendly demeanor, it's the kind of car you can drive long distances and still rip off a few jaw-dropping passes at the strip. There are a lot of 1956 Chevys out there, that's true. It's a popular car, both then and n...