Which kind of salt-covered monstrosities inhabit New England's craigslist in the dead of winter? A surprising number of well-maintained American classics, apparently. No rust buckets here. And as usual no affiliation, etc.

327/4-Speed 1967 Camaro RS

The recipient of a frame-off restoration, and it's a total garage queen, AKA you can be the first to put a nice patina on this beast. The seller drives it 10-15 miles at a time.


1968 GTO 400/Hydramatic, Matching Numbers


Gorgeous paint, hideaway headlights, and matching numbers. What else do you want? A third pedal, of course. Time for an MT swap.


1970 Road Runner 383/4-Speed, Matching Numbers


MAGNUM on the air filter, and a pistol grip instead of a shift knob. Get your 70s on! This is an appreciating asset that does burnouts.


2400-Mile 1986 Mercury Cougar RS


Low-mileage oddball alternative to the ubiquitous fox 5.0. Pretty cool if you ask me! I like the front fascia. But I'm a 90's child with an 80's fetish, so I'm a little biased.


1976 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 8.2 Liters and 190 Horsepower


What was going on in Cadillac's engineering department during 1976? Squeezing less than 200 horsepower from over 500 cubic inches of displacement. Yikes! What would ze Germans say? "Nein!!" Nevertheless, these iconic land yachts are a still a good laugh. 13k is a little much for this boat, though it has undergone an $8000 restoration,


Custom 1977 Dodge B200 Maxi Van


Airbrushed tigers? Wood paneling? Orange fabric seats? CUSTOM paper towel dispenser! What!?


1968 C10 Stepside


Blue on Blue! A classic truck you could daily drive, or make into your next hot rod. I'd go with the latter! Needs air suspension and more horsepower.


1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe Hot Rod


Tastefully done, 289 power with and automatic transmission. It's nice to see someone use a Ford powerplant instead of the usual SBC.