Stories of ultra-rare muscle cars sitting in barns are truly the car person's equivalent of "the fish that got away". A few years, a hazy memory or just a desire for a good story have all too often put a Hemi under the hood of a dusty small block Barracuda or turned an average rot box Camaro into a ZL1.
Watch as Car and Track host Bud Lindemann heaps praise on a (then) brand new 1968 Shelby Mustang 500KR after giving it a "thorough wring out" on television's first syndicated car show.
With the overwhelming popularity of 60s Camaros, you have to do something pretty extreme and out of the box to build a car that is unmistakably one of a kind. That is exactly what the builder of this unique F-body managed to do, turning a stock '68 Camaro into the Oldsmobile powered mid engine hatchback dubbed the…
Not only did the Ford C-cab Fire Truck seen here win the coveted Ridler award at the 1968 Detroit Autorama, it remains one of the best known "show rods" built the late 60s and early 70s.
If you foolishly thought Boating was the great American sport for 1968 this Pontiac Firebird commercial from the same year was quick to correct. The great American sport for '68 was actually "wide-tracking".
When it came time to introduce the Subaru 360 to the American public in 1968, this set of commercials calling the car cheap and ugly was released. Neither the advertising campaign nor the Subaru 360 was particularly well received.
Car and Track was the first syndicated television show involving car tests. Watch as host Bud Lindemann heaps praise on a (then) brand new 1968 Shelby Mustang 500KR after giving it a "thorough ring out".
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1968 Volkswagen Baja Bug.
Ford never offered a Mustang station wagon. To solve this problem, different people and companies have created their own Mustang wagons with mixed success. This Mustang wagon currently on Ebay is an example of one of the better conversions.
This '68 Galaxie sedan was pretty well trashed when it showed up at this Northern California self-service wrecking yard, but sharp-eyed Midwesterners might notice the lack of serious rust.
Sure, the 1968 Cougar was really a Mustang with 400 pounds of additional Mercury gingerbread, but just look at it!
The Cyclone Assassination film just didn't provide enough Cyclonic goodness, so here's a grooo-ooovy FoMoCo promo film featuring the '68 Cyclone GT with the 390 engine.
OK, all you guys who wail and gnash your teeth every time you see a Junkyard Find that "should have been saved," here's your chance to walk the walk! If this classic Toyota doesn't sell, like, now, it's getting scrapped.
Remember the very solid-looking white Mercedes-Benz W110 we saw down on the junkyard over the summer? It got munched up by The Crusher, but look what's in that very same junkyard now!
Have you ever seen a Marauder X-100 on the street? You'd think that having one of the all-time coolest car names of all time would have spared this monster, but you'd be wrong!
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's a car that will get the Pontiac experts all excited.