1960 Mercedes Benz 190SL Convertible Project Car found on eBay

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This 1960 Mercedes Benz 190SL convertible has project car written all over it as someone found this beauty parked behind a barn in Massachusetts. The convertible Benz sat for more than 35 years uncovered and left to rust with only 8140 miles on the clock. Its now being offered on eBay with no reserve as the seller wants this rust bucket gone. …Read More

pCars Exclusive: Own Bill Lumbergh’s 1974 Porsche 911 from Office Space For Sale


If you are a fan of the movie Office Space this project car will be right up your alley. It seems someone in Austin, Texas is in possession of the blue 1974 Porsche 911 SC driven by Bill Lumbergh in the movie Office Space. The Porsche 911 comes with a clear title and only has 22,428 miles on the odometer. …Read More

Ten acres of classic Project Cars waiting to be restored


Its not often you find ten acres of classic cars waiting to be restored but somehow we came across this Craigslist ad only to find they are all for sale. The location is Farmersville, TX (DFW area) and from the ad most of these classic cars are from the 50’s to the 80’s with some having titles while others will be sold with a bill of sale.

The vehicles for sale represent an eclectic mix with a few corvette’s, 64-65 Mustang coupes, 70 Chevelles, Metropolitan, Porsche’s, vintage fire trucks, several Cadillacs and Ford F1 and F100 trucks.  Many more classics are for sale on this property with the owner selling them all for cash. …Read More

Barn Find: 1967 Shelby GT500 found in Death Valley after sitting for 25 years

A Massachusetts car collector may have come across the ultimate barn find when he discovered a 1967 Shelby GT500 in Death Valley California.  The Barn Find as they are called was sitting for more than 25 years in the hot Death Valley sun where temperatures reach 110 plus degrees in the Summer.  Considering the temps and the years it sat the Shelby GT500 was in relatively good condition except for the exterior paint which has seen better days.  This would have made one heck of a project car but the new owner has other plans.  …Read More

Jon Lund’s Twin Turbo 2011 Mustang GT Project Car

The latest project car from well know Ford tuner Jon Lund is a 2011 Mustang GT 5.0 with a twin turbo setup.  The Mustang GT is capable of running 9’s courtesy of the twin turbo setup built by Jake Long and Ken Bjonnes. The car retains the stock appearance and engine internals with minor additions to the vehicle including lowering springs, off-road x-pipe and a set of 15″ drag radials. …Read More

SEMA 2011: Ford debuting host of custom 2012 Ford Focus Project vehicles

Its SEMA show time again and this year Ford is pulling out all the stops for the Focus junkies out there.  Last year it was the Mustang that received all the attention but this year Ford has concentrated its booth on the 2012 Ford Focus.  Several aftermarket companies were given the chance to showcase what they could do with a 2012 Focus and the end result is nothing short of spectacular. …Read More

SEMA 2011: Roush Performance to debut custom 2012 Stage 3 Focus

Roush Performance may concentrate its business on the Ford Mustang but when it comes to other vehicles they are no slouch in the design department.  This year at the SEMA show in Las Vegas Roush Performance Products is debuting a Stage 3 Focus offering several powertrain upgrades including a ROUSH R900 TVS supercharger, ROUSH modified high-flow induction system and ROUSH dual-exit high-performance exhaust. …Read More

SEMA 2011: 3dCarbon Wraps 2012 Ford Focus the right way

At this years SEMA show in Las Vegas 3dCarbon delivers a Ford Focus that uses 3M satin wrap, smoked windows and race red accents to bring the car’s more edgy side to life. 3dCarbon’s body kit and Sticky Fingers racing stripes round out the exterior upgrades. …Read More

SEMA 2011: Building a 1964-66 Ford Mustang convertible just got easier

Are you having trouble finding the perfect donor car for your ’64 1/2, ’65, or ’66 Mustang convertible restoration project, look no further as an all-new Ford-approved and officially licensed body shell has hit the market courtesy of Dynacorn.

It’s a classic car lover’s dream come true: Now it is possible to build a 1964-66 Ford Mustang convertible from the wheels up using an officially licensed body shell.

The body shell for the original Mustang convertible, now in production and available for restorers as a Ford-licensed restoration part, gives classic car enthusiasts a new option in putting their classic dream Mustang ragtop back on the road. …Read More

Container Barn Find: 1968 DeTomaso Mangusta project car

We shall call this one a container barn find, why you ask, well because this very rare 1968 DeTomaso Mangusta was literally found in a container stored inside a barn where it has sat for the last 30-plus years.  Only recently has this rare DeTomaso Mangusta seen the light of day as the owner has seen fit to auction it off on eBay.

This Mangusta carries a VIN of 8MA522 which translates to the 11th built in 1968.  Further inspection tells us this Mangusta features factory steel hood and rear gullwing doors unlike other Mangustas built in 1968 which were made out of Aluminum. …Read More