Every week, one of many ClassicCars.com Journal editors takes a flip choosing autos that curiosity them on AutoHunter, the net public sale platform pushed by ClassicCars.com.

This week, it’s my flip and I’ve determined to showcase autos that stand out to me from every decade between 1930 and 1990.

1938 Chevrolet ½-Ton Pickup

1938 Chevrolet ½-Ton Pickup on AutoHunter
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Kicking off the record is that this farm-bound pickup that’s been with the identical household for 3 generations and is the product of an older restoration.

The physique is completed in two-tone crimson with black working boards and options brightwork for the bumpers, grille, molding and trim. The cargo mattress has been given new wooden panels and {hardware} and is boxed in with wood mattress caps on either side.

Trying contained in the cab, you’ll see some put on and tear within the black vinyl seats and a pair of aftermarket bowtie-branded flooring mats put in within the footwells.

Energy comes from a single-carbureted 216cid inline-6 engine linked to a 4-speed handbook transmission.

1948 Tremendous Deluxe Ford Woody Wagon

1948 Super Deluxe Ford Woody Wagon on AutoHunter
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We’re rolling into the ‘40s with this restored Tremendous Deluxe Woody four-door station wagon that incorporates a rebuilt 239cid flathead V8 mated to a 3-speed handbook transmission.

All of the wood trim, in and out, was eliminated, sanded, refinished and varnished. Trying on the photographs, the onerous work paid off. As well as, brightwork was redone.

The inside incorporates a reupholstered brown vinyl bench seat and an ivory sprint with a white steering wheel and vivid accents.

1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner

1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner on AutoHunter
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Image your self pulling into the drive-in theater on this ’57 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner convertible.

The convertible was topic to a restoration and repainted in a two-tone crimson and white accented properly with chrome bumpers, grille, aspect moldings and window trim.

The “Cover-Away Hardtop” incorporates a mechanism that folds the entrance of the roof and pulls it again beneath the deck lid, due to the ability of seven electrical motors.

When the highest is down, the crimson and white inside “Airweave vinyl” upholstered is revealed. The inside is provided with an electrical clock, AM radio and heater.

Energy comes from a Thunderbird Particular 312cis Y-block V8 linked to a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic computerized transmission.

1960 Chrysler Windsor

1960 Chrysler Windsor
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This one-owner mild inexperienced Windsor Golden Lion four-door sedan stays in largely authentic situation.

The physique boasts giant tail fins that “start on the entrance doorways and prolong to boomerang-styled taillights on the rear,” AutoHunter notes within the automobile’s itemizing.

Inside, you’ll discover twin two-toned bench seats upholstered in black fabric and grey vinyl, a ribbed brightwork panel containing push-button controls for the TroqueFlite 3-speed transmission a push-button radio and an ashtray.

Below the hood is the B-series 383cid V8 that was manufacturing facility rated at 305 horsepower.

1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 on AutoHunter
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Rock out to Aerosmith and The Rolling Stones on this 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 SportsRoof coming from long-term household possession.

In response to the Marti Report, this Mach 1 is one in all simply 606 that includes this Darkish Inexperienced Metallic paint and trim code.

The physique has a dual-intake Ram Air hood with 351 decals and vivid retention pins, a decrease entrance air dam, Mach 1 hockey-stick aspect stripping and decals and a rear deck spoiler.

Energy comes from a numbers-matching 351cid Cleveland 2V V8 paired with an FMX Choose-Shift 3-speed computerized transmission and console-mounted shift lever.

1987 GMC 1500 Jimmy Sierra Traditional

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This basic 4×4 incorporates a new repaint in a two-tone tan and orange accented by brightwork-covered bumpers, mirrors, aspect moldings and door handles.

Geared up with the Sierra Traditional bundle, the inside homes brushed aluminum sprint and door panel trim and high-back two-tone crimson and tan fabric seats. Facilities embrace cruise management, air-con, a more moderen Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo and energy home windows.

Energy comes from a small-block fuel-injected 350cid V8 linked to a 700R4 computerized transmission.

1994 Dodge Viper

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Nothing screams the ‘90s like a vivid crimson Dodge Viper. This instance was beforehand owned by well-known comic and motion Jeff Dunham and reveals simply 11,000 miles on the odometer.

The physique options side-exit exhaust shops, a cloth smooth high with aspect curtains and a detachable crimson hardtop.

While you open the hood, which is a big one-piece clam shell, you’ll discover a mid-mounted 8.0-liter aluminum 400 horsepower V10 linked to a Borg Warner T-56 6-speed handbook transmission and a limited-slip differential.

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