1968 Mustang GT

Dusty & Rusty – 1968 Ford Mustang J Code

If you caught the earlier post about today being the anniversary of the release of Bullitt, then you’ll have extra appreciation for this 1968 Ford Mustang fastback that could be the base of your Bullitt tribute car. Midway through 1968 Ford replaced the 289 with a 302, which resulted

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1981 Jeep Cherokee Chief

Future Collectible – 1981 Jeep Cherokee Chief

If you’re in the market for a vehicle’s that on the verge of vintage but can still take you just about anywhere, this 1981 Jeep Cherokee may be for you. With wood-paneled Wagoneers of the same era selling for upwards of $20,000, this running and driving four door Cherokee

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October 16, 1958 – Chevrolet El Camino hits the market

The history of the mass produced coupe utility truck can be traced back to a 1932 letter sent to Ford Motor Company by a farmer’s wife in Australia. She asked for a vehicle they could drive to church on Sundays and haul pigs to market on Mondays. The letter

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Barn Find

Dusty & Rusty – 1955 Chevy Bel Air Coupe

There’s no getting around it, Tri-Five Chevrolets are a mainstay in the collector car world whether you like it or not. Matching numbers restorations and mega-dollar resto-mods of 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolets seem to command the most cash on the auction block, and this1955 Bel Air falls somewhere

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1962 Corvair Rampside truck

Dusty & Rusty – 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside

Instead of fighting off the invasive Volkswagen Beetles that kept swimming across the Atlantic in the 1950s, the folks at Chevrolet decided to just rip them off instead. Their efforts resulted in the first mass produced air-cooled American car, the Corvair, which first rolled out for the factory 1960

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