The 1972 Dodge Challenger is one the most fearsome vehicles of the...Read more
The 1972 Dodge Challenger is one the most fearsome vehicles of the muscle car era. So when you have a restomod with 480+ hp Magnum V8, four wheel disc brakes, and the slickest paint around, you know the top dog has arrived.Read less
Just looking down the bright, shiny flanks of this Challenger, you can see that the money was spent wisely, because the sheetmetal is straight on this 45-year-old muscle machine. Panel fit and body gaps are far superior to what you would had from the factory, which makes for the best canvas around. This one earns its mean attitude through a paint scheme that will get you attention everywhere from the car shows to biker bars. The separation on the Hemi Orange and black almost looks Harley-Davidson, especially with the silver stripe that perfectly follows the contours of this icon. The whole presentation is cleared over to give a uniform shine that lets everyone know that no expense was spared. And just in case they weren’t already convinced this was a cut-above classic, the bumpers were re-dipped for a mirror-like shine; the iconic dual scoop hood has bold callouts; and there’s an LED taillight package, because that’s the best view lessor cars are going to get. Finish it off with staggered set of large Foose alloys (18/20-ich front/rear), and you’ve got the makings for one mean street machine.
Inside, this car continues to tell everyone it’s serious about performance. Those modern carbon fiber sports seats up front keep you planted far better than anything that came out of the ‘70s, and the four-point harnesses are there to tell you this Mopar is the real deal. This has also been upgraded for comfort with leather inserts on the dash, center console, and door panels that are far more comfortable then what came from the factory. And the orange stitching is the kind of detail that lets everyone know this was quite a thoughtful build. New carpets and headliner complete the dark premium package. But more than just luxury, this is a true driver’s machine. Your right hand perfectly falls onto the B&M Megashifter; your left one will love the new three-spoke sports steering wheel; and beyond that is the full Rallye gauge cluster.
Mopar means muscle, and the engine bay in this custom build doesn’t disappoint. When you life the hood, the Mopar Performance fined valve covers and matching air topper are part of a striking overall presentation, but the real treats are what happens when you dig a little deeper. This is a period-correct beastly 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 RB block, which makes it quite desirable all on its own. But then it was rebuilt and reinforced with plenty of performance goodies. This includes an Edelbrock aluminum cylinder heads, Edelbrock cam & lifters, new main bearings, new cam bearings, MSD ignition, and three-row aluminum radiator. The V8 inhales deeply through an Edelbrock Performer Series 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and it exhales with authority from Hooker headers. The total package is rated at 482 horsepower, and everyone knows it thanks to the fierce growl of the three-inch H-pipe dual exhaust. It all gets to the ground thanks to a stout Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic that’s been rebuilt for stoutness. All this power is nothing without control, that’s why you also have a complete Hotchkis performance suspension upgrade that includes new rear leaf springs, control arms, torsion bars, and sway bars front & rear. Add in a Wilwood four-wheel disc brake package and modern performance tires, and this is the Mopar legend that’s easy to keep under control.
This is a turnkey ready speed machine that is wrapped in the sheetmetal of an icon. Many dream about a classic like this, but only one will get it. So if you want it to be you, hurry and call today!
Who didn't want one of these trucks, lifted and sitting tall, back when...Read more
Who didn't want one of these trucks, lifted and sitting tall, back when they were new? Well, it's time to relive the past with this 1984 Chevy K10 pickup, which has obviously enjoyed a rather significant makeover. With in-your-face looks and go-anywhere capabilities, it's big red fun on or off the pavement.Read less
Red is the quintessential pickup truck color, regardless of age, and this awesome Chevy wears it proudly. It was repainted not too long ago, and judging from the details and the hard-to-reach areas of the body, red was probably this truck's original color. You can't argue with how good it looks on the clean, chiseled lines of the K10 and the finish quality is on-par with the build quality of the rest of the truck. It's shiny, well-applied, and covering some straight sheetmetal, but at the same time, it's not so flawless that you're afraid to use this truck to its full potential. There's lots of shiny trim to accentuate that glossy black finish, including the factory stainless moldings on the sides of the body, although most of the original emblems have been shaved. There's a new grille up front, a cowl-induction hood, and a smoothie tailgate for the bed out back. And speaking of the bed, it's been fortified with a spray-in bedliner, just in case you're hauling, say, your collection of bowling balls or a grizzly bear. This is a truck that can work or play equally well.
The blue and gray interior is largely stock and for 1984, you'll be impressed by the luxury accommodations. The wide bench seat wears a more recent cover that's in great shape, and we're pretty sure that the door panels, dash pad, and even the carpets were replaced at some point. Billet aluminum trim dresses up the dash and the original gauges are in good order. This truck offers a lot of power accessories, including power windows and locks, factory A/C, and a tilt steering column, so it's hardly vintage-feeling from behind the wheel. A newer AM/FM/CD stereo lives in the dash, but that appears to be the only notable modification to the interior. It's still a great place to spend some time.
The condition of the engine bay suggests that while this truck looks off-road ready, it hasn't spent much time there. The 350 cubic inch V8 is fuel injected, so it starts easily and runs great, although if you're going to head into the dirt, you should invest in a proper air cleaner assembly. Factory parts include a serpentine belt drive system for the accessories, and a growling dual exhaust system with long-tube headers. Much of the A/C system looks recent and there's a giant radiator up front, so no worries about the slow going in the rough. Anchored by a sturdy TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and 2-speed transfer case, the driveline is tough enough to handle just about anything. While you're under there, check out the modest lift kit with new shocks at each corner, an upgraded steering stabilizer, and heavy-duty axles that show signs of recent work. Of course, a truck like this wouldn't be possible without power steering and brakes, so despite its size it's relatively easy to maneuver in traffic. Great-looking chrome wheels suite the truck's personality and carry mammoth 275/70/18 Nitto radials that look like they'll climb a wall.
A very cool truck with big modifications and a classic look. With a great deal of recent service work, it’s totally sorted and ready to enjoy. Call today!
Yes, you are reading this correctly… This 1963 Lincoln Continental sedan...Read more
Yes, you are reading this correctly… This 1963 Lincoln Continental sedan has averaged far less than 500 miles annually over its lifetime. In fact, the deeper you dig on this hardtop, you’re going to find plenty of surviving elements like the paint, interior, and the original 430 V8. So it’s amazing you can get such a nicely preserved icon for such an affordable price.Read less
Back when new, these Continentals were the way to announce you were the big shot. The extra-long hood, hardtop sedan profile, and iconic suicide doors were part of one of the most artful packages for the road ever created. That’s why the car is still so imposing today. But what’s really impressive is that this Lincoln retains nearly 80% of its original Ermine White paint even long after it has passed the half-century mark. It tells you that the owners have been extra careful preserving this gem. And you can see it in the details where the slab sides give way to chrome accent lines that run the length of the car. The rest of the brightwork is just as well preserved with those big bumpers, wide horizontal grille, and original slotted hubcaps all shining like mirrors. That’s why this Continental is still for big shots today.
The two-tone black and white leather give this interior the feeling like you’re arriving in a tuxedo. Just like the exterior, this is believed to be mostly original, which makes this an amazing survivor. And while some materials do show a little age, the ultra-low mileage means there was little time to wear anything out. You get the original wood and chrome premium steering wheel that matches so nicely with the other accents around the car. And beyond that is the full gauge package that is a true work of art. Buying a Lincoln meant all the best features, and this survivor still presents those so nicely today. It includes power seats, power locks, and the factory AM radio. And we know you’ll love using the power windows to take down all the glass without ever having to leave the driver’s seat. And since the air conditioning had its vacuum controls recently serviced and is still blowing cold, you can do it all year long!
The sporty clamshell hood gives a great view of the large 430 cubic-inch MEL V8. On a car this nicely preserved so far, you’ll be quite happy to know it is the original powerplant. And everyone knows this is a true survivor with the big black air cleaner on top signaling that you are keeping this cool cruiser quite original. There’s plenty of power, and the dual exhaust even lets out a muscular howl when you really want to get moving. But this Lincoln will never betray its easy-going luxurious nature. The three-speed automatic transmission makes for a fantastic highway cruiser. The suspension soaks up bumps without rattling the body, and thanks to that long wheelbase, the ride is effortlessly smooth. Power brakes with discs up front, new tires, and power steering make this a true go-anywhere luxury driving machine.
This Lincoln has been respected from day one, which makes for a stellar icon today. It’s now looking for a new caretaker to carry the torch. Will it be you? Call today!!!
Beautiful paint, custom comfortable interior, and a powerful and...Read more
Beautiful paint, custom comfortable interior, and a powerful and reliable V8 under the hood – this 1956 GMC 100 is a stunning example of how to build a classic correctly, and give it all the best driving and showing upgrades. That’s why we bet the most work that real wood truck bed is going to do is haul home awards.Read less
When you build a truck like this, there’s really no need for subtlety, so go ahead and paint it Star Burst Fireball Metallic. The dramatic GMC lines were a great way to usher in the stylistic ‘50s, and they have matured nicely over the past 60+ years. There was a nice investment in paint and bodywork, so if this was ever used as a workman, you’d never notice it here. Note the laser-straight crease that runs from the headlights all the way to the rear of the cab – they even laid down a line to emphasize it as part of the custom pinstriping package! The chrome grille (almost impossible to find) and bumpers on these trucks are a big part of what make them so handsome, neatly bridging commercial vehicles and passenger cars with their design. You can see time, care, and money went into making the brightwork look this good. The bed was finished with handsome real wood and stainless rub strips, and there’s the fuel filler neatly stashed under a little metal cap. HID headlights, tinted windows, an aggressive stance, and 18-inch BOSS alloy wheels all help add modern flair to this custom vintage package.
Open the door to plenty more modern upgrades to this GMC. The first piece you’ll notice are the seats have been upgraded to modern GMC leather buckets that are power adjustable to your perfect comfort setting. In between is a custom center console and the always-welcomed cup holders. The doors, roof, and dash have all been painted to match the modern exterior red, and there are even great upgrades like a thumpin’ Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo that is also Bluetooth. But the best treats are reserved just for the driver. You get a highly stylized wood and chrome steering wheel mounted on an equally artful tilt column. Beyond that is a full set of Dolphin gauges, which look great in a classic like this, and they also signal to you that there’s something special in the engine bay.
Grab your sunglasses before opening the hood, because you’re about to see a show-worthy shine. After all, with everything from the tubing, to battery box, to the valve covers radiating so brightly, we just about dare you to find any another component that can be polished. But when you look beyond the style, you’ll see the substance of a Vortec 350 cubic-inch motor. The more modern V8 offers a great mix power and torque to be the right choice for a custom pickup like this. Plus, it has been enhanced with a Holley 670 CFM four-barrel carburetor, roller cam, HEI distributor, aluminum radiator, and new heads installed less than 100 miles ago. The motor feeds a set of Jet-Hot coated headers that connect to a rumbling dual exhaust. Power has no trouble getting to the ground thanks to a stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, and the grip of modern low-profile tires. But the upgrades don’t end there. You have a ‘70s Ventura independent front suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes to keep any trip smooth and easy. And if you ever want to get anyone's attention that doesn't already have it, the extremely loud train horn setup will do!
Complete with build receipts, you know what it would take to build this yourself. So instead, you can save plenty $$$, and be ready to sign up for the Power Tour tomorrow. So don’t miss out, call today!
It’s easy to love this 1973 Chevrolet Corvette. After all, it has its...Read more
It’s easy to love this 1973 Chevrolet Corvette. After all, it has its original V8 engine, luxury leather interior, both tops, and that great wind-in-your-hair convertible experience. But the fact that it’s a bold red car that’s affordably priced is probably why you just can’t get this one out of your mind.Read less
1973 was the only time Chevrolet offered the body-colored nose with the rear chrome bumper, and this distinction is exactly why those rear chrome kings shine like mirrors. But more importantly, it’s this cleaner design that legendary designer Larry Shinoda had said was his intentions for the C3 from the beginning. The chrome rear world be gone by ’74, which makes this the only year that we actually got what the designers wanted us to have. But more than just history, this droptop has the appeal of a Stingray in all-American red. In fact, it also has the bonus of a matching hard top. So, on those days when you feel like cruising in a coupe, you get even more of the cherry hue. There’s also a black folding soft top to keep you weather-tight in a pinch, and the dark vinyl does add some aggression to the C3’s legendary shark-like profile. Oh, speaking of icons, the Rally wheel package is something we always love to see, and it shines as bright as the special rear bumpers.
Just like the folding roof, the black interior helps make for an aggressive looking package, and let’s face it, you want a great interior like this to show off on you droprop. It’s also one of the best hues for the inside because it allows the silver accents to pop on everything from the door panels, to the three-spoke steering wheel. It also looks especially nice since the pristine bucket seats are a comfortable leather. This one also has some nice features such as an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for air conditioning. But like any true Corvette, it’s a driver’s car. So you get all the right features like the tilt/telescoping steering column for that perfect driving position, and a full auxiliary gauge panel prominently in the center to keep you in constant contact with what’s going on under the hood.
The engine bay has the kind of honest and cared for presentation that you love to see in a numbers-matching motor like this. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is a great runner with extra power thanks to all the right attention in the last decade. This includes the four-barrel carburetor professionally re-tuned, new distributor, and the addition of Hooker long tube headers that add power as they enhance the rumble of the newer stainless exhaust (and purists will be happy the original manifolds are available, too.) A car like this was meant to be driven on your favorite roads, so the front suspension was given a rebuild, and we all love the Corvette’s independent rear. Add to that great features like a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes, and you have an anytime classic cruiser.
An iconic convertible that was built for driving. It’s a great all-around, all-American classic for an unbeatable price. That’s why you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!!
Big block Chevelles will always be in demand, and this 1969 Chevrolet...Read more
Big block Chevelles will always be in demand, and this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 offers the added bonus of being beautiful as well as brutal. Refinished to be the finest in existence, it delivers huge horsepower and great handling, but if you crave originality, the numbers-matching 396 is included with the deal. Nice right?Read less
The original color was indeed code 72 Monaco Orange, which was only available on SS396 Chevelles in 1969, so it's the real deal. The archetypal Chevy performance color, it looks every bit as fantastic here as you'd expect, and the workmanship is extraordinary. Recently repainted, it shows extremely well, offering a unique blend of upscale elegance and brute force horsepower, all wrapped in a lot of expensive hand labor. Hailing from a warm, dry climate, the sheetmetal is in excellent condition with super straight bodywork and good gaps all around, and we love that it still wears its original hood. The shine is deep and lustrous, and you can take this car to virtually any show at any level and be taken seriously right out of the box. For guys that know Chevelles, it will definitely stand out at shows among all the red and blue Chevelles, particularly with the rumble of the heavy-duty 502 now living under the hood. Add a correct black stripe down the flanks, SS502 emblems as needed, and a few well-placed pieces of chrome, and you get a car that looks great from any angle. Even though it's expensive, you're definitely getting what you pay for here.
Even more interesting is the all-new interior, which ties everything together rather neatly. Buckets are always very desirable in a Chevelle, and yes, that's a 4-speed in the center of it all, just sticking out of the transmission tunnel so you know the car's priorities are in order. Everything you can see or touch inside is new, from the carpets to the door panels to the headliner, and all of it is expertly installed and beautifully finished to give this Chevelle a very polished overall vibe. Factory gauges are crisp and bright and are joined by a trio of auxiliary dials under the dash and a tachometer discreetly tucked into the dash above the steering column. A Hurst shifter for the 4-speed ensures you'll never miss a shift and a Grant GT steering wheel is a lot easier to grab than the factory's skinny plastic model. Overall, this is an extremely impressive interior. Even the trunk is neatly finished, including a heavy-duty battery box to free up some room under the hood and the original jack is included as well.
The Gen V 502 cubic inch horsepower factory under the hood was built for combat and dyno tuning led to a stunning 604 horsepower and 642 pounds of torque on pump gas, and boy does it cackle! Inside you'll find a forged steel crank, four-bolt mains, and a Crane roller cam, while Brodix aluminum heads, an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and a big Holley 4-barrel carb handle the induction. Beautifully detailed with Chevy Orange on the block and polished aluminum everywhere else, it looks sparkling fresh and ready to enjoy. Long-tube headers and a new dual exhaust system look and sound great, and as long as you're looking around underneath, check out those clean floors and rebuilt suspension with 2-inch drop spindles and QA1 coil-over shocks. The 4-speed snaps off shifts as quickly as you can row the shifter and the heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end doesn't blink at the big horsepower twisting through it. Attractive Torque Thrust wheels are fitted all around and wrapped in 225/45/18 front and 285/40/18 rear performance rubber.
A proven show-winner that comes with an awesome pedigree (numbers-matching 396 engine and even the 5 original wheels and tires are included!), this is quite possibly the finest '69 Chevelle we've ever featured. Call today!
The Chrysler Imperial was the company's flagship for decades, but few of...Read more
The Chrysler Imperial was the company's flagship for decades, but few of those legendary cars combined style, performance, and luxury quite like this 1956 Chrysler Imperial sedan. With Hemi power, a cool '50s paint job, and as much luxury as you could fit into a 4-door sedan, it's an awesome (and affordable) alternative to a Cadillac or Lincoln of the same period.Read less
Wearing a very 1950s pink paint job, this awesome Imperial looks like a very original, well-maintained car that's always been treated as something special. There's a respray at some point in its history, but it was a while ago, so the car has a very comfortable and authentic look that should be left just as it is. Obviously it's never been wrecked or rusty and those four doors open and close like the proverbial bank vaults, a testament to Chrysler's build quality. The styling is very reminiscent of the mighty 300, to which this car is directly related, and the proportions disguise its mass, because this is a very big car indeed (at just over 19 feet long, it held the record for largest non-limousine sedan until the 1970s). The white top adds some contrast and keeps it from being pink overload, so if you're man enough, you will enjoy driving it. It wouldn't be a '50s car without plenty of chrome trim, and this one dazzles with lots of jewelry, from the heavy bumpers to the twin grilles to the taillights perched on top of the rear quarters, a styling cue that would last into the '60s. The trunk ornament is an eagle, another design element that would endure for years to come, and there's simply no angle from which this car doesn't look awesome.
The two-tone black and pink interior is simply stunning. It's original, so it's a little faded and shows some minor wear, but there's just nothing cooler than the patterned brocade cloth that was endemic to high-end cars in the '50s. The two-tone steering wheel with horn ring is big enough to make you feel like the captain of a ship and the beautifully styled door panels are an ideal blend of materials, shapes, and colors. Sporty round gauges in a sculpted instrument panel look fantastic and it's loaded with options like working factory A/C, power windows, and power steering spelled out right on the horn button. The AM radio isn't working, which is a little sad, but you'll be thrilled to see how quickly the power windows zip up and down. The trunk is, as you'd expect, truly massive and it's equipped with a full-sized spare and jack assembly.
Yes, it's got a HEMI, a 354 cubic inch version to be exact. Under that late-model air cleaner there's an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, installed to help drivability as much as horsepower, and this sucker is strong! It idles nicely and pulls, well, like you'd expect from a HEMI. With a modern A/C compressor, it looks a little different than it would have in 1956, but things like the generator, radiator, and heating system all have their traditional '50s look. It has a muscular sound exhaling through a recent dual exhaust system and the 2-speed Power Flite automatic transmission is just fine given the torque that's on tap. The undercarriage is original, so don't expect perfection, but we see no major signs of trouble and plenty of recent work, including fresh shocks. Simple hubcaps and correct bias-ply wide whites complete the look.
An awesome bit of Mopar luxury with a legendary powerplant and a spectacular '50s look. Color a little outside the lines and we're sure you'll love this Imperial. Call today!
Sometimes it’s best to pick up someone else’s finished project rather...Read more
Sometimes it’s best to pick up someone else’s finished project rather than start your own. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute is a great case in point: an expensive repaint with better than average finish work, a fresh stroker motor under the hood with a lot of nicely detailed go-fast parts, and a gorgeous red interior full of new components. This summer, drive your dream instead of working on it in the driveway.Read less
Originally Ermine White with a six-banger, this handsome Camaro now sports a stunning coat of charcoal silver paint that looks extremely slick and grown-up. There's no trace of the original paint, so the car was obviously blown apart for the repaint and the crisp trim lines and excellent fit and finish attest to the fact that it wasn't a cheap project. After a few weeks of block sanding and alignment, the two-stage urethane went on, and the results speak for themselves with great gloss and a deep finish that would be hard to duplicate using 1968 paint technology. The stainless trim was properly straightened and polished, and reproduction Z/28 badges were fitted to the front fenders, although this is obviously not a real Z. A cowl induction hood and a ducktail spoiler out back complete the classic look, and it includes such niceties as a power antenna on the rear deck and a chin spoiler, so it really looks sharp.
The red bucket seat interior definitely has the basics covered, with reproduction seat covers, correct carpets, and clean door panels that make this F-body look a lot younger than its 45 years might suggest. It's got a stock steering wheel on a relatively rare factory tilt column, and the center console houses a Hurst shifter for the 4-speed Muncie transmission living underneath. A pair of auxiliary gauges was mounted down low and angled towards the driver, a cool twist on the factory theme, and the factory gauges are in excellent condition. Experts will spot the eyeball vents and realize that this car had factory A/C, which is now backed by modern hardware from Vintage Air. Entertainment comes in the form of an OEM-looking AM/FM unit with an iPod interface, so it’s definitely keeping up with today’s technology. And one glance in the immaculate trunk will convince you that this is not a car that ever had serious rust issues.
This car definitely has the right equipment under the hood, where there’s a 383 cubic inch stroker motor correctly dressed in Chevy Orange, although the intent wasn't to duplicate an OEM look. The 383 is a neat fit under that cowl induction hood, and makes all the right sounds thanks to a big 4-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and a ceramic-coated exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers and turn-downs. There’s a lot of brightwork under there, too, including the Endura-Shine on the intake manifold, polished A/C compressor, aluminum heads, finned valve covers, and an open element air cleaner. To make driving easy, power steering and power disc brakes are part of the package, and all the workmanship is professionally done. The engine turns the aforementioned 4-speed and a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear with 3.90 gears and a Posi inside. Traction bars do their best to hook it up and it sits on classic Cragars with 235/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear BFGoodrich tires.
Take advantage of this opportunity to drive an awesome early Camaro with all the right parts for a fraction of the cost of doing it yourself. Call today!
Vintage trucks are extremely popular right now, and if this 1966...Read more
Vintage trucks are extremely popular right now, and if this 1966 Chevrolet C10 is any indication, there’s a bright future in old haulers. From the handsome blue paint to the smooth-running 327 under the hood, this cool pickup offers a great glimpse into what trucks were really like in the mid-1960s. 1966 was the last year for the Fleetside pickups introduced in 1960, which offered lower rooflines and a swept-back cab that offered industry-leading space and comfort, and we wouldn't see such ornate trucks ever again.Read less
Finished in bright medium blue with a white top, this truck is a movie star. The Fleetside offered dramatic styling with lots of swoops and curves, as well as brilliant use of trim, and all of it remains 100% intact on this hauler. Other styling details include the wing-like lip at the back of the cab, which probably has no real function but looks really cool. Surprisingly, the blue paint is all original - not repainted; only the white has been repainted. So, it's apparent that it's been taken care of all its life. These were well-made rugged machines from new, so it shouldn’t be surprising to find one this nice today. All the original trim remains, from the massive front bumper and delicate egg crate grille, to the cool cast trim piece behind the cab, to the polished stainless along the sides that is strongly reminiscent of the Impala SS trim from just a few years earlier. Sharp eyes will notice the optional passenger side rearview mirror as well. But if you need it to work, it’s ready, with a wood-floor bed that is most likely still original as well, it's OK to throw your stuff in there without a second thought.
Trucks were austere machines when they were new, and this one seems pretty much the way they were back then with a few notable upgrades. The bench seat still wears the original cloth and vinyl upholstery, which is showing some wear but ties in perfectly with the matching headliner, gray dash and black rubber floor coverings. Padded dashes and door panels hadn’t yet made it to the truck lines, so they’ve been finished in medium gray to give everything a uniform look and you'll be shocked to find that this one carries working factory A/C! The original gauges are a very cool setup with a single lens over all dials and the original AM radio is joined by a modern Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit neatly installed under the dash so it's all easy to revert to stock if that's what you want.
We have every reason to believe that's the original, numbers-matching 327 cubic inch V8 under the hood, although such things matter less in a truck than in a Corvette. As a truck, function was chosen over style, so it runs a heavy-duty air cleaner, simple stamped valve covers, and correct Chevy Orange paint on the block, which, again is original. It runs beautifully with that smoothness that only '60s engines seem to demonstrate and it's so tight and eager to run. Both power steering and a newer power brake setup make it easy to handle and there's evidence of conscientious maintenance throughout. The 2-speed PowerGlide automatic transmission shifts crisply and while it's original, the chassis is in good order with no signs of life in the rust belt. Simple painted steel wheels with basic hubcaps were fitted with 235/70/15 whitewall radials to give it a period-correct look.
This is a great truck that can work all day and still clean up nicely for a night out on the town. Call today!
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle
This ’71 Chevelle was...Read more
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle
This ’71 Chevelle was fully, frame off restored by the previous owner who was a body and paint man. He owned the body shop it was restored at, so much care and time was put into this Chevelle! Originally, the car is from out West, so it began life as a very solid car. In addition, there is a long list of new parts added, all of which you can check out below.
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Freshly Rebuilt 350ci V8 Engine (#: 3970010)
- Stock Heads
- NEW Comp Cam & Lifters (.474 Lift)
- NEW Double Tow Timing Chain
- NEW Oil Pump
- NEW Oil Pan
- NEW Edelbrock Air Gap Intake Manifold
FAST Electronic Fuel Injection System
700R4 4-Speed Automatic Transmission (#: 8676358)
12-Bolt Rear End
- DTS Center
- Ratio: 3.50:1
- Open Diff
Front Coil Spring Suspension
- Sway Bar
- G Comp Drop Spindles
- 3" Drop Rear Springs
- KYB Shocks
Rear Coil Spring Suspension
- Sway Bar
- Aftermarket Adjustable Upper Control Arms
- Aftermarket Lower Control Arms
- Rear Stabilizer Bar
- Front POWER Disc
- Rear POWER Disc
- NEW Wilwood Setup
- NEW Lines and Hoses
- NEW Dual Diaphragm Brake Booster
- NEW Master Cylinder
- Dual Exhaust System w/ Flowmaster Style Mufflers
- Factory A/C
- POWER STEERING
- NEW AC Delco Battery
- NEW Fuel Lines
- MSD Distributor
- Taylor Wires
- Water Pump
- A/C Compressor Stock Style
- Heater Core
- Aluminum Radiator w/ Dual Fans
- Power Steering Gear Box 'tighter turn'
- Tie Rod - Center Link - Idler Arm
- Driveshaft w/ 1350 U-Joints
- Tanks Gas Tank w/ Electric Pump (ceramic)
- Polished Aluminum Valve Covers
- Bottom Side of Hood Is Nicely Painted
Blue Metallic Paint Finish w/ Black Racing Stripes (buried under the clear)
Refinished Chrome Bumpers Look New
Grille Is In Great Shape
Headlight Bezels Look Great
Cowl Hood Fits Fenders Great
Doors Fit Great w/ Body
Door Lips & Jambs are Clean
Deck Lid Fits Great w/ Quarters
Inside Trunk Is Clean
- Protective Factory Spackle Coating
- Amplifier for Aftermarket Sound System
- Bottom Side of the Deck Lid is Clean
New half quarters added, Rest of body looks original metal.
Undercarriage Is Clean
- Trunk Floor Is Solid
- Drop Downs Are Solid
- Rockers are Solid
- Frame Is Beautiful
- Body Is Nicely Painted
- Aftermarket Heavy Duty Cross Member
Front Wheels: 17” – American Racing 5-Spoke Gunmetal
Rear Wheels: 18” – American Racing 5-Spoke Gunmetal
Front Tires: 225/50ZR17 – Continental Extreme Contact
Rear Tires: 275/40ZR18 – Continental Extreme Contact
Black Interior Looks New!
Factory Console w/ Staple Shifter
Staple Floor Shifter
Re-Foamed Rear Seat, Carpet, Door & Interior Panels
Tilt Steering Wheel
Dashboard & Dash Pad Is In Great Shape
Gauges are Clean & Clear
Steering Wheel Is In Great Shape
Headliner Is Clean & Tight
Upholstery Is Clean
Carpeting Is Clean
Bluetooth Aftermarket Radio System
Aftermarket 6x9 Speakers In Package Tray
Aftermarket Kenwood Amplifier
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1972 VW Westfalia (OH) - $22,000Read more
1972 VW Westfalia (OH) - $22,000Read less
Engine: 2100 CC
Mileage: reads 36,000
4 door. Hardwood floors with cloth interior. RWD. 9 out of 10 condition. Numbers matching, records/receipts, well maintained and garage kept. 4 speed manual trans. 2 bbl carburetor. AM/FM. Heat. Frame up restoration. Upgraded exhaust system. Porsche wheels, fresh fluids, brand new tires, mechanically sound, and starts right up. Engine has approximately 4,000 miles since restoration. Open to trades.
This vehicle is located in Berlin Centre OH 44401
Please call Frank @ 330-547-8710 to see this VW
1988 Ford Mustang Convertible
This ’88...Read more
1988 Ford Mustang Convertible
This ’88 Mustang convertible is the definition of a time capsule! This is a bone stock, never molested, highly detailed, completely original ’88 Mustang with only 7,800 miles! With the 5.0L V8, 5-speed, Ford 8.8 rear end, power top, A/C, power steering, and power brakes it doesn’t get any better!
Go to www.vanguardmotorsales.com to see over 100 HD photos and our in-depth video for this ’88 Mustang and over 200 other classics!
Numbers Matching 302ci V8 Engine (#: E7TE)
- Roller Block
- VIN #: 7F226592
- Stock Heads
Electronic Fuel Injection System
Numbers Matching Borg Warner T5 Manual Transmission (#: 13-52-065-908)
Ford 8.8” Rear End
- Ratio: 3.73:1
- Traction Lok
- Front POWER Disc
- Rear POWER Drum
- Dual Exhaust System w/ Original Mufflers
- Bone Stock Power Train…Never Molested!
- FACTORY A/C
- POWER STEERING
- Power Top
- Highly Detailed Engine Bay
Red Paint Finish w/ White Convertible Top
7,800 Original Miles!
Bumpers are In Great Shape
Headlights & Taillights are Clean & Clear
Hood Fits Great w/ Fenders
Doors Fit Great w/ Body
Door Lips & Jambs are Beautiful
Inside Trunk Is Clean
- Looks Brand New!
Undercarriage Is Immaculate…Looks Brand New!
- Every Component Is Highly Detailed
- Floorboards Look New
Wheels: 15” – Stock OEM
Tires: 225/60R15 – BFG Radial T/A
White & Maroon Interior Looks New!
Bucket Seats w/ Seat Belts
Dashboard & Dash Pad are Gorgeous
Gauges are Clean & Clear
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Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this very cool and very good...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this very cool and very good looking 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu. This is one of those cars that just look awesome sitting still. The beautiful red paint is miles deep and buffs out really nice. Car was painted about 10 years ago and presents very well. There are some blems here and there and you will see them in the pics. Outside of a couple spots this car is solid as a rock and it reflects in the price. This is one of those very affordable muscle cars that you just get in and hit the key and have a ton of fun.
The interior on these cars were pretty basic back in the day. This one has been upgraded with a dakota digital dash that was installed about 145 miles ago. This gives you a much better read out then the original dash would have. That being said, the original dash is in the trunk of the car. The seats have been re done and you wont see any rips or tears in them or the headliner. The windows have also been tinted as well to keep those hot summer rays out. This beauty has also had an under dash A/C put in to keep you good and cool during the summer months.
Under the hood sits a 350 with a small cam in it, and a new carb as well. This baby is putting out around 350 HP to put that ear to ear grin on your face when you drive it. This is a great driving car that is mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission and all of this fun goes out through a set of 3.73 gears. This car has had a couple thousand miles put on it since it was built. You ready to hit the key yet?
As you will see in the undercarriage pics, this is a clean driver quality underneath. There are power disc brakes up front and drums in the rear. This is just a great looking and fun driving car that you can enjoy for years to come and not break the bank doing it. We offer classic car financing for those that are interested in the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you can get the car of your dreams and not have to take all of the cash out of the bank at once and pay it off when you want to. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is your one stop toy show for all of your custom,...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is your one stop toy show for all of your custom, classic, antique, and muscle car needs. We are proud to present this very cool and solid 1964 Chevy II. The fit and finish on this car are in great shape. The car was painted about 5 years ago and presents itself very well. If you bring this car to a show it is going to get tons of attention right away. Everything fits well and looks great. This car needs to be in your garage today.
The interior of the car has been redone and you will not find any rips or tears in the seats, carpet or headliner. Again, this is very clean car that just needs to get in and be driven. Everything is put together very well on this car. These cars were simple. Not a ton of fuss and frills here. These were built for a lot of different ways. This one is built to cruise and also lay some rubber if you hit the loud pedal.
Speaking of the loud pedal, under the hood sits a 383 that is mated to a completely rebuilt power glide transmission. This car was born a 6 cylinder. Now it really hauls the mail instead of the groceries. All of that go needs it share of whoa and this car has it. There are power disc brakes up front and you still have the drums in the rear. All of this goes out to the 10 bolt rear. Rear gears are unknown, but no drag race gears here. This car goes well down the road.
This is one of those cars that are getting harder and harder to find in this condition. So many of these rusted out, or got wrecked and crushed. Take advantage of this one while you can today. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you can get the car of your dreams and not have to take all the cash out of the bank at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is your one stop shop for all of your cool Tri...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is your one stop shop for all of your cool Tri Chevy stuff and this car is no exception. Before you is a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air in Midnight Blue and man is she a beauty. This is a great car that has had a lot of love and care put in to it and you could drive it anywhere. As you can see, the fit and finish are in great shape. The paint was done about 5 years ago and presents very well. The chrome is so bright you need shades inside to look at it. Really, you could shave in this chrome. The 57 Chevy's were the pinnacle of the Tri Chevy's and still one of the most sought after to this day. This is truly one of those cars that you get in, hit the key, and go have fun.
So, as we roll around to the interior, you will see the custom silver and blue combination that goes along with the beautiful outside blue color. There are no rips or tears in the seats, door panels or headliner. Again, this car has been very well cared for. You will see the center console that has the AM/FM/CD in it plus some nice cup holders for your favorite beverage as you cruise the boulevard. Everything in this car is very comfortable, and very easy to reach or read. This may not be your new lexus, but this car is extremely comfortable to get in and drive for hours on end.
Under the hood sits a 350 that is putting out about 300 ponies and looks beautiful under the hood. You are also going to see power steering, power front disc brakes, and the all important A/C so you can drive this beauty around on the hottest of days in comfort. All of this is mated to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission that all leads out to a posi trac rear end. Rear gears are unknown, but we can tell you that this car cruises like it should. No steep drag race gears here on this one.
The bottom side of this car is as clean as the top. As you will see in the pics we can just not say enough how well this car has been taken care of. There has been new wiring put in, new aluminum radiator, and a whole lot of love and TLC. This is the car that needs to be in your garage today.
We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the offer. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you can get the car of your dreams without having to take all of the cash out of the bank at once and pay it off when you want to. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is your Corvette headquaters. We have everything...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is your Corvette headquaters. We have everything from numbers matching originals to very modified fast cars like this 2000 Corvette you are drooling over here. This is one stunning car in Millennium Yellow that looks like you could stick your arm in it. This is not your stock ride by any means. This is the one that you could get in and drive every day or take to your local road coarse and have a blast tearing up tires and brake pads. This is a Euro spec car as you will see in the pics with the
The interior of this car looks very stock and is very clean. You will see the custom shifter for the 6 speed transmission, the new steering wheel, and not to mention the custom stereo. This way you can haul the mail in this car and blast your favorite tunes while doing it. This car is not about fancy interiors. This car is all about speed and handling so let's get to the important stuff shall we.
Under the hood sits a new LS6 block with Darton Sleeves, ARP main studs, Diamond Pistons, Fordged rods, and crank, and the list just goes on and on. Bottom line is, that this car is making 464 RWHP and it really hauls. This car has a lightweight flywheel, performance driveshaft, stainless headers, and Corsa exhaust just to name a few more things. All of this is mated to a 6 speed transmission to help you get all that power out. There are superlight Willwood disc brakes on it as well to help bring all of that power to a stop.
The list truly goes on and on with things that are done to this car. Bottom line is that it is beautiful, fast, and handles like it is on rails and needs to be in your garage today. It would be very hard to find this car bone stock and do everything to it for this kind of money. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you can get the car of your dreams without having to take all of the cash out of the bank at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon and making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Stunning Gypsy Red with Shoreline Beige paint compliment the great...Read more
Stunning Gypsy Red with Shoreline Beige paint compliment the great chrome and bright work on this beautiful subtle resto-mod classic. This car is a statement to the 1955 era fashion and maintains its stock appearance with the original style wheels, tires and wheel covers, steering wheel, interior upholstery paint and chrome. Under the skin however is fully modern and up to date including a strong Chevrolet 350 CID with 4 barrel carb, electric choke, power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, independent front suspension with double A arms and sway bar. Other equipment includes power electric convertible top, seat belts, battery disconnect, and air conditioning.
The Bel Air runs and drives effortlessly with smooth power and controlled handling. The acceleration and braking ability are very good, far better than you might expect.
This car needs nothing but a new owner to enjoy this show stopping masterpiece.
World wide shipping is available as are independent inspection services. Financing is also available with approved credit.
Laguna Classic Cars & Automotive Art, Inc.
2171 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, Ca 92651
1947 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe (OH) - $29,900Read more
1947 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe (OH) - $29,900Read less
Original miles. RWD. Original cloth interior. 3 speed overdrive transmission. 292 engine. All original, numbers matching, well maintained and garage kept. Heat. Vacuum antenna. Great tread on tires. Original jack and paint. Starts right up. Open to trades.
This vehicle is located in Berlin Centre OH 44401
Please call Frank @ 330-547-8710 to see this Zephyr
1971 Corvette LT1, numbers matching, 4spd rare factory color Steel...Read more
1971 Corvette LT1, numbers matching, 4spd rare factory color Steel cities gray, original deluxe black leather interior, factory am fm radio, This is a highly documented LT1 with documents including the tank sticker, protect o plate, owners manual. This is a a gorgeous and well sorted car that ready to be enjoyed today!Read less
THIS CAR WAS TREATED TO A DOCUMENTED FULL SUBFRAME OFF ROTISSERIE...Read more
THIS CAR WAS TREATED TO A DOCUMENTED FULL SUBFRAME OFF ROTISSERIE RESTORATION AND FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL COLOR COMBINATION OF BRONZE POLY WITH BLACK VINYL TOP OVER BLACK BUCKET SEAT INTERIOR, DURING THE RESTORATION A PISTOL GRIP SHIFTER WAS ADDED BUT CAN BE EASILY CHANGED BACK TO CORRECT INLAND SHIFTER. THIS CHARGER IS LASER STRAIGHT, HAS EXCELLENT PANEL GAPS AND FLAWLESS PAINT WORK. NOTED BY DAVID WISE (RENOWNED MOPAR EXPERT) DURING HIS INSPECTION THIS CHARGER:
IS A FACTORY 4-SPEED HEMI CAR
HAS ITS ORIGINAL VIN PLATE AND TRIM TAG
THE UPPER RADIATOR CORE SUPPORT HAS THE CORRECT MARKINGS
THE DECK LID SEAL STILL HAS ITS CORRECT MARKINGS
CORRECT TORQUE BOXES AND REAR FRAME TIE PLATES
CORRECT 780 AND 781 TORSION BARS
ORIGINAL FRAME AND FLOOR SHEET METAL
CORRECT SKID PLATE AND ANTI SWAY BARRead less
468/428 Ford Stroker Engine, 525hpRead more
468/428 Ford Stroker Engine, 525hp
Special Aluminum Heads
Aluminum Dual 4 Barrel Manifold, Manufactured by Shelby Automotive
Toploader 4-Speed Manual Transmission
11.5 Inch Heavy Duty Clutch
Ford 9" Posi-Traction Rear End with 3.50:1 Gear Ratio
Kelsey-Hayes Four Caliper Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drums
Dual Holley Carbs
Nice Radiator and Core Support
Correct Belts and Hoses
New Dual Exhaust
Heavy Duty Suspension with 1 Inch Front Sway Bar
Koni Shocks at All Four Corners
New Drive Shaft
Brand New Gas Tank
Beautiful White Paint with Blue Stripes
Beautiful Chrome Bumpers
Fiberglass Hood with Scoop
Beautiful Fit and Finish
Solid Straight Quarters
Stainless Trim is in Great Shape
Shelby Side Scoops
Solid Clean Trunk with Spare and Mat
Shelby Gas Cap
Undercarriage is Painted Primer Red
Beautiful Floorboards and Frame
Torque Boxes are in Great Shape
Rockers are Solid
15" 5 Star Wheels with Cobra Center Caps
225/70/15 Front, 235/70/15 Rear
Black InteriorRead less
Wood Shelby Steering Wheel
Fold Down Rear Seat
Door Panels are in Great Shape
Dynaflash straight eight engne, 3 speed manual column shift...Read more
Dynaflash straight eight engne, 3 speed manual column shift transmission, leather upholstery, dual side mounts, rear seat. Restored.Read less
Simply Stunning! Absolutely gorgeous top to bottom 1966 Chevrolet...Read more
Simply Stunning! Absolutely gorgeous top to bottom 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible! The car has been professionally finished in the code correct Milano Maroon paint accented with a black soft top and a black interior. The paint, chrome and bright work are all in superb outstanding condition! This vintage sports car is simply amazing inside and out. The car is powered by a strong 427/425 HP V8 Engine (with the correct casting number warranty block) and a 4-Speed Manual Transmission; both of which perform phenomenally! Driving this car is a true pleasure that will bring a smile to your face every time!Read less
1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE FRAME OFF RESTORED AND...Read more
1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE FRAME OFF RESTORED AND FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL CHAMPAGNE METALLIC EXTERIOR COLOR WITH TAN LEATHER INTERIOR AND MATCHING CONVERTIBLE TOP. THIS RARE (SAID TO BE LESS THAN 200) PRODUCTION FACTORY BUCKET SEAT ELDORADO ALSO CAME EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY AC, OPTIONAL 3.21:1 REAR AXLE RATIO, AUTRONIC EYE, POWER WINDOWS, REMOTE TRUNK OPENER, RADIO WITH REAR SPEAKER AND STILL RETAINS THE CONVERTIBLE TOP HARD PARADE BOOT TONNEAU. EVERYTHING UNDER THE HOOD OF THIS CADILLAC HAS BEEN UPGRADED FOR RELIABILITY, THE ENGINE HAS BEEN UPGRADED WITH A 430 HORSEPOWER LS3 V8, WILWOOD BRAKE BOOSTER, ALUMINUM RADIATOR WITH ELECTRIC FANS, MODERN POWER STEERING PUMP, MODERN AC COMPRESSOR AND THE NOTORIOUS FOR FAILING AIR SUSPENSION HAS BEEN UPGRADED TO COIL SPRINGS. THIS CADILLAC WAS BUILT TO DRIVE ANYWHERE WITH CONFIDENCE, WHILE MAINTAINING THE CLASSIC CADILLAC STYLE. FIT FOR ROYALTY!Read less
The interior upholstery was all redone to show...Read more
The interior upholstery was all redone to show specifications and looks like new. The door panels are excellent as is the carpeting. The dash surfaces and all of the instruments are in excellent cosmetic condition as well.
The engine is a totally rebuilt 1957 283 V-8 with Power Pack that operates on lead-free gasoline. The fully-detailed V-8 sits in an equally nicely detailed engine bay.
The recently rebuilt three-speed manual transmission, equipped with the overdrive option, shifts as smoothly as silk! The car has limited slip to help harness the engine's power at the back wheels.
The underside of this Bel Air convertible is consistent with a frame-off, show-quality restoration with only 6,983 careful miles thereafter (see pictures). It is, of course, free of any visible rust or corrosion.Read less
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN NORTH ANDOVER, MA ***
What we...Read more
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN NORTH ANDOVER, MA ***
What we have here is a 1990 Jaguar XJS Convertible with 53,200 Miles on the odometer.. The car is finished in Blue Metallic which is complemented by a Gray Leather interior and a Blue Canvas Top. Overall, this car is a solid driver and will provide its new owner fun in the sun in a most elegant looking vehicle.
Overall, the car runs and drives well and is a very nice example of the 1990 Jaguar XJS Convertible and if you are a fan of this car, you should act soon as we do not expect it to last long.
If you want to know the RESERVE on the car - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375
*** FINANCING AVAILABLE - APPLY TODAY ***
*** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN NORTH ANDOVER, MA ***Read less