1968 Fiat 850 Spyder
Want a Fiat project? It’s for sale.
A whopping 850 cc’s.
1947 Crosley sedan-convertible.
’47 Crosley sedan-convertible. Note wood trim along the convertible top rail. Very classy in its day.
1968 was the first year that Falcon did not use round tail lights. This would be a nice driver.
’65 Impala Super Sport
In 1965, one didn’t need an engineering degree to figure out how to drive a car,
’53 dump truck, original Y-block still runs.
’51 Crosley and ’62 Falcon 2 dr.
66 Mustang A code 4-BBL, GT, Fastback, disc brakes, 4-speed, SS wheels, rusting away in a Casper yard for over 30 years. Owner will not sell, but plans to restore it “someday.”.
’73 Hurst Olds W-30
PV Power Wagon
’68 6 cylinder Mustang conv. Very rare.
Chevy Cameo. Whatever happened to rust-free fiberglass pickup boxes?
’64 Gran Prix 2+2. Very rare, less than 20k original miles.
’70s Corvette massacred with fake IMSA bodywork.
Family drove this Chevy to Casper from Oklahoma.
Glenrock highway head-on.
Forgotten ’73 Road Runner 400.
Fastest ’78 production vehicle, (yes, faster than Corvette)
VW Westfalia and 302 Bronco, both collectible.
She’s been sitting here for 15-20 years. Elderly owner forgets when it was parked, will not listen to offers.
Rare ’55 Dodge 2 dr wagon after an axe beating.
Waiting for the crusher
We used to call it rust. Now it’s “patina.”
Nice ’69 Mach 1 stuffed into a junker lot
Still ready to work
Somewhere in here is a Buick GNX, probably worth more than all the other cars combined..
This Lamborghini would bring over $100k at auction.
This poor carcass shows the under-appreciated beauty of the ’57 Ford 2 dr hardtop, every bit as stylish as the ’57 Chevy. If only Ford had the 351 Windsor back then.
1930s art deco design is timeless.
Rapidly becoming collectible
A sad face. And rightly so.
Old Toyota 4X4s are bringing big bucks.
Hard working truck put out to pasture and forgotten
Waiting patiently for the right Mopar guy to come along.
Rare 2-dr sedan with hardtop look-alike trim.
It was a Valiant effort, but all for naught.
1960. Big styling changes were due in ’61
After a long, hard life, an indignant end for this old girl.
Rows of ’70s-’80s Camaros crusher-bound.
“Lost generation” Camaros have made good scrap value. That is rapidly changing.