The Chevrolet Corvette first appeared in 1953 as a unique American entry...Read more
The Chevrolet Corvette first appeared in 1953 as a unique American entry into the sports car market dominated by European makes. Although not a muscle car by definition, the Corvette used muscle car powertrains and has represented American performance for almost fifty years.
The Sting Rays were the automotive success story of the year. Chevrolet had to add a second shift to its St. Louis, Missouri assembly plant to keep up with demand, and dealers reported owners waiting months for their cars to be built. By the end of the model year, Corvette production would surpass the 20,000-unit milestone.
The 1973 Corvette was the fifth generation “Shark” which debuted in the years of the first energy crisis. The 1973 Corvette was unique among Corvettes in combining a smooth body-colored nose with the original 1968-vintage “Kamm” tail. The front bumpers were updated to meet the new 5 mph standard, but the rear bumpers remained chrome, the last year the Corvette would use chrome bumpers. Generally, the styling was cleaner than previous years.
1973 Corvette Stingray Coupe. Fitted to this car; a 454 CI “Big Block” V8 engine (NOM) with upgraded Edelbrock Intake, Edelbrock 4BBL Carburetor and GM Performance Heads. The transmission is the factory optional THM-400 automatic transmission with floor-mounted shifter. The exterior is Medium Blue with a Midnight Blue Vinyl Interior and removable T-Tops. Recent paint. Factory options include Pwr. Brakes and Air Conditioning. Runs and drives extremely well. A Solid example of a great American Classic Muscle Car.
Four brand new tires just installed.
The attached manufacturers plate reads as follows;
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- Paint # 922
- VIN # 1Z37J3S428783
During the Sixties, Cadillac styling became more graceful and restrained...Read more
During the Sixties, Cadillac styling became more graceful and restrained as Bill Mitchell gradually unified the design. Few new engineering advances were introduced, but orderly design development and a conservative styling approach set Cadillac apart from other luxury makes and maintained its reputation as “The Standard of the World.” To the American public, Cadillac remained a symbol of prestige, success, and good taste.
The Calais was a full-size luxury car made by Cadillac from 1965 to 1976. Although the Calais was positioned below the Deville in the lineup, it still featured the extensive standard equipment that Cadillac was known for. In 1969, the Calais was redesigned in a style more similar to the Eldorado.
This 1969 Cadillac Calais two door hardtop features a blue exterior and matching blue interior, both of which show very nicely. The 472 cubic inch V8 engine and automatic transmission and move the Calais along with authority. This vehicle drives very well and delivers on the promise of world-class luxury that the Cadillac brand is known for.Read less
Just as the first Mustang was based on Ford’s compact Falcon, so the...Read more
Just as the first Mustang was based on Ford’s compact Falcon, so the first 1967 Camaro was based on Chevy’s compact Nova. However, it was based on the upcoming redesigned ’68 Novaand therefore more robust than a comparable ’67 Nova.
The basic engineering of the Camaro was a unibody structure from the windshield and firewall back, with a separate steel rail subframe for everything up front. Double A-arms made up the independent front suspension while the solid rear axle was suspended by semi-elliptical leaf springs.
Beautiful Garnet Red 1969 Camaro SS Coupe. This 1969 Camaro SS Coupe is equipped with the “HA” 350 CI small-block producing 300 horsepower, backed by a 4 speed manual transmission. Restored in the original Garnet Red. Original deluxe comfort weave black vinyl interior and black vinyl top. Also equipped with power steering, power disk brakes, console with gauges and in-dash tach and clock. A real “Outlaw” show car with lots of excitement built in, a must see!Read less
The Cougar was introduced in 1967 as Mercury’s pony car. It remained as...Read more
The Cougar was introduced in 1967 as Mercury’s pony car. It remained as the performance icon in the Mercury lineup for many years.
In 1969, several changes were made to the Cougar. This was also the first year that a convertible Cougar was offered. The convertible has been widely regarded as the most desirable Cougar of the era. The XR7 was the “luxury” version, and included a simulated wood-grain dashboard and other interior upgrades, including black-faced competition gauges and T-type automatic shifter.
Highly desirable 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible, with white exterior and blue interior. One of 4,024 produced. This Cougar is well optioned with the 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 2 barrel engine and automatic transmission. Other equipment includes power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, and air conditioning. The power convertible top works well and is in very good visual condition. This Cougar XR7 convertible is a true classic that looks and runs very well.Read less
The 1960 model year was an impressive beginning to a new decade. During...Read more
The 1960 model year was an impressive beginning to a new decade. During the Sixties, Cadillac styling became more graceful and restrained as Bill Mitchell gradually unified the design. Few new engineering advances were introduced, but orderly design development and a conservative styling approach set Cadillac apart from other luxury makes and maintained its reputation as “The Standard of the World.” To the American public, Cadillac remained a symbol of prestige, success, and good taste.
The 1968 spotlight was on motive power: an all-new 472-cid V-8 with 375 bhp. Designed to meet the new government emission standards that took effect that year, it was extensively tested in the laboratory, being run the equivalent of 500,000 miles. Though not as fuel-efficient as its predecessor, the 472 could boast of being the largest production engine offered in the industry.
1968 Cadillac DeVille Specifications:
V-8 Overhead valves
Cast iron block.
Compression ratio: 10.5:1.
Bore and stroke: 4.30 x 4.06 inches.
Displacement: 472 cubic inches.
Horsepower: 375 at 4400 rpm.
Carburetor: Rochester Quadrajet four-barrel.
Very original car, repainted once.Read less
472ci V8 with automatic transmission.
Recent reworked brakes and new exhaust.
Power roof, windows, seats, steering, and brakes.
The Chevrolet Caprice was the most popular American car in the sixties...Read more
The Chevrolet Caprice was the most popular American car in the sixties and early seventies. The Caprice was first introduced as a luxury trim package for the Impala. Beginning in 1966, Chevrolet offered a full line of Caprice models. The Caprice was designed with a squared-off formal roofline, contrasting with the more common fastback style.
The Caprice was restyled in 1967 and again in 1968. Improvements in 1967 also included an enhanced braking system. The new design in 1968 featured taillights set into the rear bumper, and offered optional hidden headlamps.
This 1968 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe is a real American Classic. The green exterior is in very nice condition and is accompanied by a green cloth interior. This fine example has a numbers matching 307 cubic inch V8 engine and is equipped with an automatic transmission and optional hideaway headlights.Read less
A restyled LeMans was introduced in 1968 with more rounded styling cues,...Read more
A restyled LeMans was introduced in 1968 with more rounded styling cues, concealed wind shield wipers, a return to horizontal headlights and a split-wheelbase mode of 112 in (2,800 mm) for two-doors and 116 for four-door models. The OHC sixes were enlarged from 230 to 250 cubic inches with horsepower ratings of 175 HP.
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HAS WE ALL KNOW THE PORSCHE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF, AND WITH ONLY 101,959...Read more
HAS WE ALL KNOW THE PORSCHE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF, AND WITH ONLY 101,959 MILES ON THE ODOMETER THERE'S STILL ROOM FOR MORE ENJOYMENT IN THIS BEAUTY...SHE IS FULLY LOADED WITH EXTRA GOODIES..IF INTERESTED PLEASE CONTACT FOR MORE INFO...Read less
Car is 1 of 749 GTX's made in 1973. This was an option package on the...Read more
Car is 1 of 749 GTX's made in 1973. This was an option package on the Road Runner. Car runs, drives and stops and could be driven daily with a little TLC. Currently has a 400 engine, but came factory equipped with a 440. All GTX's in 1973 were automatics. Solid frame rails and floors. Clear PA title in my name. Car has power windows, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, hood pins, rear defroster, fm radio, rallye wheels, fender mounted turn signals, dual exhaust, tuff steering wheel, and center console.Read less
1976 Plymouth (Valiant) Scamp SpecialRead more
Single Barrel Original "Slant 6"...
1976 Plymouth (Valiant) Scamp Special
Single Barrel Original "Slant 6" Engine
Starts, Runs, & Drives fine.Read less
A Beautiful Classic with potential to be a Show Car.
Bought 2 years ago as a "driveable project" car,
fully functional but with room for upgrades/improvement.
Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this beautiful Camaro ! Powered by...Read more
Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this beautiful Camaro ! Powered by a 355 Engine Turbo 350 transmission ATI 3000 Stall converter Frame connectors Four wheel disk brakes competition engineering traction bars 10 bolt posi rear with 410 gears auto meter phantom new fuel system from gas tank up new wiring all new suspension new sheet metal (floor boards trunk pan fenders hood quarters and trunk lid) new interior. 15x8 weld alumastars with Mickey Thompson 275 drag radials on rear. 15X4 weld alumastars with brand new radial tires on front.
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1960 Chevrolet 2 Dr Biscayne Enjoy a night out with a big ole...
1960 Chevrolet 2 Dr Biscayne Enjoy a night out with a big ole 454 cui entailing 480 HP. 700R4 Automatic Transmission. 3.23 Ratio with a Posi-track rear end. Tuxedo Black exterior. Grey cloth bench seat interior. Power steering. Power front disc brakes. Edelbrock intake and carburetor. Dual exhaust with Hedman Headers and Flowmasters. Electric fan helps that Aluminum Radiator stay cool. H.E.I. A Chevrolet Chrome Dress Kit makes everything look as pretty as a whistle. Billet flamed leather wrapped steering wheel. Vintage Air A/C. Hid away in the glove box is a JVC AM/FM/CD radio. Autometer gauge package which include Tachometer. B&amp;M Shifter on the floor. 18&#8221; front / 20&#8221; rear Coy Wheels. Call 830-629-4843 for more information on this or any of our other classic 1960&#8217;s inventory. Enjoy your next night out on the town, in any color, as long as it&#8217;s black for only $36,900
1955 Chevrolet 2 Dr Bel Air Keep that gas money in your wallet...
1955 Chevrolet 2 Dr Bel Air Keep that gas money in your wallet this baby has a 327 cui with 250 HP. TH350 Automatic Transmission. A noticeable Factory Shoreline Beige and Gypsy Red exterior. Red and Beige vinyl/cloth bench seat interior. Factory Rear End. Power Steering. Power front disc brakes. Dual exhaust with headers. Vintage Air A/C. Dual electric fans cool an Aluminum Radiator. Chrome dress kit. Edelbrock carburetor. Tinted Windshield. Seat Belts. AM/FM/Cassette. Under-dash Equus gauges. In-Dash Clock. 17&#8221; RT5 wheels with spare. Call 830-629-4843 for more information on this or any of our other classic Bel Air inventory. See for yourself the elegance a 55 Chevy can have firsthand for only $62,900
If you’re looking for a cool E-body to round out your Mopar collection,...Read more
If you’re looking for a cool E-body to round out your Mopar collection, take a minute to check out this slick purple Plymouth! Initially sold at James Motor Company in Rapid City, South Dakota, and spending most of its life as a clean daily driver, this awesome Mopar was the perfect starting point for a high quality Le Hodge restoration. The car’s arrow-straight body, which includes solid-closing doors on top of better-than-factory alignment, was stripped to bare metal and massaged into spectacular surfaces. Once those surfaces were completely clean and fully prepped, a correct coat of High Impact FC7 was detailed with white hockey stripes and sealed under a glossy clearcoat. And today, this positively vivid Plymouth sits as one super slick road warrior that features a perfect combination of no-nonsense looks and vicious street manners. Hoist the hood and you’ll find an original, 440 cubic inch RB V8 that’s authenticated by a correct 2536430 casting number, a July (7) 29th (29) 1969 (69) casting date and matching 178663 partial VIN. More popular than Chrysler’s famed Hemi, and almost as feared, Plymouth’s 390 horsepower, 440 6 BBL powerplant was designed to be the industry’s best combination of comfort, streetability and big block performance. Behind that mill, a tough A833 4-speed applies power to a rugged Dana 60 rear end that spins a posi-traction differential around friendly 3.54 gears. Below that proven drivetrain, a heavy duty Hemi suspension has been completely rebuilt to include correct power front disc and rear drum brakes. And power flows to the pavement via Chrysler Rallye wheels, which spin authentic looking F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around stainless trim rings and silver center caps. If you’re looking for an old school Plymouth to drive, cherish and enjoy, you’re search is officially over! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.Read less
With its reliable Chevrolet V8, rugged 3-speed transmission and stunning...Read more
With its reliable Chevrolet V8, rugged 3-speed transmission and stunning gold and white color combination, this Ford is the perfect classic for anyone who enjoys exploring the open road! This all-steel coupe began life as an authentic 1940 Deluxe and, with the help of a thorough frame-off restoration, has been transformed into one smooth-driving show queen. The car’s build began with a complete tear down of every panel of its rock-solid fuselage. Once those sinuous surfaces were massaged to perfection, glossy gold two-stage was sprayed on thick and clean. And today, this sizzling classic is a fully sorted hot rod that, despite being a few years out of the shop, is still cooler than pretty much any car at any show its owner chooses to attend! Hoist the snug fitting hood and you’ll find a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 that’s been fully rebuilt and professionally detailed for show. Behind that stout small block, a GM Turbo-Hydramatic 350 spins a rugged Ford 8-inch via a durable Dan’s driveshaft. At the front of that proven drivetrain, a custom, Mustang II-style suspension combines fresh shocks with modern power steering. At the back of the car, a factory leaf suspension is fitted with traditional lowering blocks. Braking is handled by a combination of power discs and power drums. And power meets the pavement via painted and pinstriped wheels, which twist beefy BF Goodrich wide whitewall radials around stainless, Ford Deluxe trim. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a Ford guy, Mopar guy or Chevy guy, this impressive Deluxe is one of those cars that transcends barriers and claims universal appeal. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte for more information.Read less
1951 Styleline Special with lots of added "chrome" [stainless steel]...Read more
1951 Styleline Special with lots of added "chrome" [stainless steel] including side moulding trim, gravel guards, kick plates, etc., making it look like a Styleline Deluxe. 6v system. Added seat belts, window trim and turn signals. Redid the interior. Excellent shape with no body damage and reasonably good paint. Three on the tree. Doesn't burn oil. New exhaust system. Driven every weekend for pleasure.Read less
1982 Trans Am, new Black Paint job, and custom Knight Rider nose. In...Read more
1982 Trans Am, new Black Paint job, and custom Knight Rider nose. In process of doing a full Knight Rider replica. Exterior Black paint looks beautiful, with the original 1982 Trans Am wheels and Hubcaps painted to match. If you are looking to do a KITT, look no further. This is the official year as noted on NADA.com.
Original 305 removed, and was replaced in the past with a 327, and 3 speed turbo transmission.
Restoration/Conversion to KITT still under way. As the project progresses, price will only go up. I have gone to the Food Lion Auto Fair for years at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, have walked the entire track, and never see another 82 Trans Am, much less one that looks this good. This car gets lots of looks and attention everywhere it goes.Read less
Backing a 500 horsepower Chevrolet Performance LS3 with a Tremec 6-speed...Read more
Backing a 500 horsepower Chevrolet Performance LS3 with a Tremec 6-speed and custom Schwartz Performance chassis, this Camaro keeps its specs sheet first-rate while offering timeless looks and a genuinely livable interior! So, where do you begin with a custom like this? Probably on the outside, where a fresh Dynacorn body was fitted to an Arizona-soured donor car to create a solid foundation for smooth PPG two-stage. Speaking of that two-stage, the first thing that catches your eye is how vivid the car’s Marina Blue pigment truly is. There were no less than three blues available on the ’67 Camaro, but none of them compare to the depth and gloss of this paint – it’s more vibrant and lustrous than factory colors could ever dream of being. And, when combined with the car’s laser-straight profile, it presents exceptionally well, creating crisp and accurate reflections. Powered is supplied by a 6.2 liter Chevrolet Performance V8 that, thanks to Schwartz Performance of Woodstock, Illinois, twists a staggering 500 horsepower into 490 lb./ft. of ground-pounding torque. Behind that mill, a Viper-equipped Tremec T56 6-speed hangs a hydraulic, Corvette Z06-supplied clutch in front of a custom driveshaft. Nail the gas and an aluminum Winters third member spins power through a Detroit Truetrac differential, big, 3.70 gears and beefy, 31-spline Moser axles. And torque melts the pavement thanks to polished Forgeline SS3Ps, which spin 255/35ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sports in front of 335/30ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sports. If you've experienced the pro-touring look, but still crave the pro-touring feel, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to strap into this Camaro and relearn what the movement is all about!Read less
The product of a complete frame-off restoration, this Camaro is stunning...Read more
The product of a complete frame-off restoration, this Camaro is stunning in every way. With a 427ci small block, a near perfect interior, and a flawless paint job, this Camaro is more than ready to win car show awards, and would be a great ride to travel in the famed HOT ROD Power Tour. Today the body is in perfect condition after being massaged and covered in an incredible coat of Inferno Orange. What looks like just a vibrant shade of orange, actually is a member of the metallic family of paints and it really pops when this F-body rolls out in the sun. Lift the 310 Classic hood hinges on this ’69 Camaro and you’ll reveal a very dressed up electronically fuel injected 427ci V8 that pumps out a dyno proven 580 horsepower. The 427ci stroked small block Chevy built by Cox Race engines has been equipped with AFR heads and has a chrome air filter and a Chevrolet stamped valve covers to create an amazing look. The engine has been equipped with an MSD distributor, custom Cox Racing Engine spark plug wires, and an Edelbrock intake. In front of the engine, a custom PRC aluminum radiator with 2 electric SPAL fans is responsible for cooling the engine. The block has been painted in the famous Chevy orange and looks great against the flat black engine bay. Also in the engine bay is the Optima ‘red top’ battery. Spent gasses travel through the Stainless Works stainless steel headers through an exhaust system that has been upgraded to Stainless steel as well. Inside you will find a custom interior built by Southern Comfort. The two-tone leather interior excellently blends a gorgeous shade of black and the same inferno orange that can be found on the exterior of the body. In front of the driver’s seat is a Momo steering wheel and a custom Detroit Speed dash with Auto Meter custom gauges. Within the speedometer the odometer reads 690 miles since the restoration was finished.Read less
Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this 1972 Chevy Nova SS tribute....Read more
Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this 1972 Chevy Nova SS tribute. Engine is 396 30 over that making it a 409 mild cam total rebuild trans is a 700 R 4 total rebuild with kit and 2800 stallrear Moser 12 bolt 3.42 posi miles on car are 275 real miles when car was started and driven for the first time the new gauge setup was installed and it started on 0 every nut bolt washerbushingswiringmotortransrearendseatstiresbrakesstainless steel brake & fuel lines gas tankpickup in tankhead liner door hardwareand all glass was new everything if it couldnt be rebuilt it was bought new and if I could get real GM parts I bought them if not I bought repos. Color is a 2008 Cadillac Pearl White
All frameinner fendersrad supporthood hinges etc were powder coated.
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This is a fairly plane Crossfire Base model, made in Germany by Karmann....Read more
This is a fairly plane Crossfire Base model, made in Germany by Karmann. It has the normal 3.2L Mercedes non-turbo engine and 5 speed automatic transmission. It is fairly fast, top speed of 150 mph, but is extremely fun to drive. Wheels are the weird 18" in front and 19" in the rear that came from the factory. Exhaust is custom (from Mieneke) cat back true duel with Flowmaster Enzo twin flow thru muffler. Consistantly always gives me 29 mpg due to the electronic engine control.Read less
1932 ford three window coupe. Henry Ford body with 3 1/2 inch chop. ...Read more
1932 ford three window coupe. Henry Ford body with 3 1/2 inch chop. Black with classic hot flames and red interior. Chevy powered with auto trans to ford rear end. You will be noticed when you drive this car.Read less
Are you in the market for a solid, first generation Corvette that you...Read more
Are you in the market for a solid, first generation Corvette that you can enjoy on sunny days and cruise to local shows? Then we have the car for you! The beneficiary of an extensive, ground up restoration, this stunning roadster’s rock-solid body was stripped, layered in a glossy Roman Red basecoat and trimmed with clean Ermine White door coves. Judging by the looks of the car’s smooth fuselage, there’s no evidence it has ever seen any catastrophic damage or botched fix jobs. And presently, this C1 sits as a fully-sorted classic that can be proudly shown and reliably driven day in and day out. Tilt the lightweight hood and you’ll find a 283 cubic inch, dual-quad V8 that proudly displays a correct 3756519 casting number behind a matching 109407 partial VIN. Consistently chosen over Rochester’s much-hyped Ramjet fuel injection as GM’s ultimate hot rod option, this stout small block is widely regarded as the starting point of Chevrolet’s amazing performance legacy. Behind that hot motor, a tough Borg Warner T10 4-speed twists torque through a correct rear end and beefy, 4.11 gears. At the corners of the car, standard equipment 4-wheel drum brakes complement good handling characteristics with solid and confident stops. And power flows to the pavement via standard 15-inch steelies, which spin fresh 205/75 Coker Classic whitewalls around traditional stainless covers. A highly desirable drop-top that wraps a professional restoration around a hot V8 and tough 4-speed, this slick Corvette has a little something for everyone. And what’s better: it’s exactly the kind of classic that provides endless fun on the highway and celebrity status in the parking lot. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for the opportunity to experience a stellar piece of American history!Read less
Looking for a hot tri-five that’s every bit as cool, and twice as...Read more
Looking for a hot tri-five that’s every bit as cool, and twice as classy, as a ground-up custom? This killer 210 is an amazing car at an incredible price! Judging by a quick glance at its profile, this Chevy was an extremely solid piece when its high quality, frame-off restoration began. Nonetheless, its body was stripped to bare metal and virtually perfected in a thorough rebuild that included a restored undercarriage and smooth black paint. And today, it rolls as one fantastic tri-five that creates a one car parade everywhere it goes! Under the gently rolled hood you’ll find a GM Performance Parts Ram Jet 350 that utilizes a cast iron crank, powdered connecting rods, hypereutectic pistons and a hydraulic roller cam to twist stout 9 to 1 compression into 350 horsepower and 400 lb./ft. torque. Behind that stout small block, a Tremec 5-speed spins a Currie 9-inch rear end that’s equipped with a posi-traction differential and big, 3.73 gears. And power flows to the pavement via polished Corvette turbines, which spin 225/70R15 Firestone Firehawk Indys in front of 235/70R15 Firestone Firehawk Indys. Cars like this rare 210 are very special, and they represent incredible value to buyers. With its hot drivetrain, high quality restoration and sinister color combination, THIS is the kind of build you simply can’t touch for our asking price. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome Chevy!Read less
I am selling my 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T 2dr hardtop.Read more
A full description...
I am selling my 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T 2dr hardtop.Read less
A full description follows:
The car is painted 2000 Viper Red
As far as options, the car is equipped with the following:
Performance modified Nom Chrysler 440 engine
Carter 625 cfm competition plus carb
Pertronix electronic ignition conversion
727 A/T with B&M shift kit
2 1/4 inch exhaust with Magnaflow SS mufflers
3.23 - 741 rear
MP power front disc brake conversion
Year One dash wiring harness
Power steering, factory a/c running R-12, black vinyl roof & black interior, full horn ring, Bucket seats & console, white pin striping, magnum 500's on firestone P205/75R-14 WSW tires, tinted glass, remote outside mirror, aftermarket cd player, bumper guards front & rear and a rare working factory clock which is restored to period correct appearance.
Car is a consistent AACA first place trophy winner
I am asking $45,000 or best reasonable offer.
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'62 Chevy Impala 4 DR RATROD, white with Maroon Vinyl top, V8, 45599(?)...Read more
'62 Chevy Impala 4 DR RATROD, white with Maroon Vinyl top, V8, 45599(?) miles, she needs some TLC-bought to restore but got ill and didn't have time or money so I wasn't able to work on it, tires have good thread. A diamond in the rough! $2,800 or best offer. She's sharp and a looker and got a lot of looks every time I drove her. She would make a great Holiday gift for yourself or a loved one. Call 727-777-1654 or 727-687-8004.Read less
1985 Crown VictoriaRead more
All original stock shape with factory 351W...AOD...
1985 Crown VictoriaRead less
All original stock shape with factory 351W...AOD trans....factory dual exhaust...Factory rims.
Car has had one repaint and was driven year round in Canada until 2008.
It has won awards at different Carshows and is just a nice original example of a reliable,comfortable,driver car