1970 Dodge Super Bee for $3999

383 Super Bee with 4 speed and lost of rust

Recently sold on eBay for $3999

From the right angle this 1970 Dodge Super Bee doesn't look too bad. But as you get closer you can almost hear the rust eating away this great muscle car. Check out the shot of that trunk floor! (more…)

1974 Challenger for $250

’74 Challenger – Total rust bucket!

Recently sold on eBay for $250

Can you believe a ’74 Dodge Challenger sold for only $250? You will after you see the photos. This is one muscle car that’s never going to see the road again. Read more on 1974 Challenger for $250…

Forgotten 1953 Cadillac

Series 62 Cadillac rotting in the woods

This Cadillac was driven to it’s current resting spot in the woods almost 40 years ago. And there it still sits with the forest growing up around it and threatening to swallow it completely. It’s really a shame. Read more on Forgotten 1953 Cadillac…

1969 Torino Talladega 428 CJ – $4200

428 CJ Talladega “field find”

Recently Sold on eBay for $4200

More of a “field find” than a “barn find”, this 1969 Talladega Torino had been sitting in a pasture since 1989. It had been left to rot and was on it’s way to being parted out when the seller decided to put it up on eBay and a bidder took her home for $4200.

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1969 Corvette 427 – $5,200

4 speed 427 Corvette Coupe

Recently Sold for $5200 on eBay

How long do you think this ’69 Corvette has been gathering dust in some backwoods garage? Try 30+ years! But it’s a “dry storage” according to the seller. This Vette was hit hard in the distant past which bent the frame and trashed the front clip. The front clip is workable. The frame maybe not so much.

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1967 Mustang Coupe – $600

Mustang used as storage shed

Recently sold on eBay for $600

This 1967 Mustang coupe is storing as much junk as the shed next to it!  And check out the weeds growing up through the engine bay!

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1968 Charger R/T 426 HEMI

Once proud HEMI sits in the weeds

This 1968 HEMI Charger was a theft recovery more than 30 years ago and has been rusting away ever since. The factory Dark Green paint and white vinyl top have been replaced with so much rust that it’s probably not worth saving, especially since it’s factory 426 HEMI is long gone.

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1967 Camaro RS Convertible – $4,100

Camaro Project Car

Recently Sold for $4,100 on eBay

When is a barn find not a barn find? When the owner doesn’t even bother putting it in a barn! This is more of a “field find” since it’s been left out in the weather for a decade or more in some farmer’s field. Read more on 1967 Camaro RS Convertible – $4,100…

1965 Mustang GT didn’t hit reserve

’65 Mustang GT Coupe sits in yard

Didn’t meet reserve price

This GT coupe was recently on eBay and got up to $3400, but didn’t meet the reserve. It’s a factory GT which has some value, but it’s a coupe and not a K code 289. The 1965 Mustang convertible and fastback GT’s are where the money is. Read more on 1965 Mustang GT didn’t hit reserve…

1971 Charger R/T 440 for $3800

Is this 440 Charger just a parts car?

Recently sold on eBay for $3,800

This is a prime example of a classic, and very collectible Mopar. But it seems to be missing more parts than it has. If everything (or even most of everything) was in place this big block Charger would be worth some serious coin. The original Air Grabber hood alone would be worth $1,500-2,000. Read more on 1971 Charger R/T 440 for $3800…