1972 Chevy Nova - clean, straight, rust-free body and floors, nice...Read more
1972 Chevy Nova - clean, straight, rust-free body and floors, nice paint, 350/350 hp engine with 4-speed transmission, 4-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, 17 and 18" Billet wheels, Flowmaster exhaust system, runs out great.
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When Ford introduced the Ford Mustang in 1964 and instant love affair...Read more
When Ford introduced the Ford Mustang in 1964 and instant love affair with the American Pony Car was born. The mustang was smaller, lighter, and more nimble that any American manufacturer had produced thus far. This coupled with its fresh design, the Ford Mustang became a must have among the American public.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased present this very tidy 1966 Mustang Coupe. The car is finished in classic Wimbledon White over red interior. The car has been the recipient of a thorough ground up style restoration and is currently outfitted with its 200 Sprint 6 Cylinder Engine, Automatic Transmission, GT Style Fog Light, GT Stripes, Exterior trim décor, Bucket Seats, Console Shift, a Highly Detailed Engine Compartment, Red GT Striping, New Exhaust, Wire Wheel Covers and White Wall Tires. Mechanically the car is strong, serviced and ready to show and go.
The Ford Mustang is one of the most recognizable classics on the globe and was and continues to be a game changer. What a great opportunity to acquire an American icon.
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Real Super Sport 409/340 HP correct #s matching engine, automatic...Read more
Real Super Sport 409/340 HP correct #s matching engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel bucket seats with console, correct color, solid body, nice floors, runs out great.
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I am selling my 1976 Cadillac Coupe Deville. The car was originally...Read more
I am selling my 1976 Cadillac Coupe Deville. The car was originally purchased at Hillcrest Motors in Beverly Hills California (I bought it from original owner). The car is driven to car shows at least once a month. This is a very nice car. Call or email for additional information.Read less
1990 Chevy Super Sport Truck with ORIGINAL, garage-kept, 8,000 miles,...Read more
1990 Chevy Super Sport Truck with ORIGINAL, garage-kept, 8,000 miles, 7.4 liter 454 engine, automatic transmission, fully loaded, all options, Gibson stainless exhaust system, tonneau cover, bed carpet kit. Truck is in like-new condition, great collector piece.Read less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Street Rod Custom for purchase. Pre-WWII cars have nothing to envy when it comes to style. Their flowing fenders, aggressive lines, stand out lights, and waterfall grills makes one want to turn the key and cruise down any road in front of it. However, their ride qualities feel like it was made before WWII and become a favorite for street rods. Modern technology and personal custom touches bring these steel beasts in to the 21st century with great fanfare and popularity.
This ’38 Chevy street rod is in excellent condition with a custom professional build that started in 2000. There is a 4” chop to the roof, body shortened 4”, and it is wider 4” with the flares. It started with an all steel quality ’38 body with added fiberglass fenders and running boards. It’s powered by a 383 stroker V8 paired with a 350 turbo automatic transmission with a shift kit. It features Weld aluminum wheels (custom made matching steering wheel), Jaguar XJ rear end, Camaro front sub-frame, independent front & rear suspension, Am/FM radio, custom gauges, door poppers with keyless entry, and a custom interior. This street rod cruises up and down the street very well and is a lot of fun to drive. The odometer shows the low miles since the build. Please call or email for more details!
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Perhaps the most beloved body style ever produced for the 911 by Porsche...Read more
Perhaps the most beloved body style ever produced for the 911 by Porsche was the Carrera of the 80's. Although sharing many of the visual cues of the generation prior SC's, the Carrera cars were much more well-appointed for driver comfort as well as the added performance of the now proven 3.2 liter flat six engine all while preserving the wildly popular lines of the car and its proven timeless design.
GR Auto Gallery is please to present this exceptionally clean, 2 owner 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera for all to consider. The example offered here was sold new at Steve Clifford Porsche Audi in Provo Utah, August 25 1986 and was delivered in Classic Grand Prix White over Black Interior riding on the original traditional factory Fuchs. Since, the vehicle changed ownership once in August 2007 until our recent acquisition. It is absolutely apparent that this enthusiast owned 911 Carrera lead a charmed life of being garage kept and routinely serviced. The car has been driven just 63543 Miles since new and remains in outstanding overall condition. The car has had zero accidents or incidents, the original factory paint is in excellent condition showing just some less than normal chips and wear consistent with the miles driven, the exterior trim and plastic pieces are near perfect, the interior remains outstanding etc. Mechanically, the car is outstanding. Our short test turned into over a week regular usage as the vehicle is a pure pleasure to drive. This 911 Carrera exhibits all the positive characteristics that one looks for when purchasing a 911; Outstanding drivability, owner history, excellent presentation, and delivers the driver satisfaction and unique feel that is only delivered by Porsches 911 brand.
Other features include original books, stamped service book, perfect Carfax, full tool roll, jack, spare and all the identification stickers located in all the proper places.
Air Cooled 911's are globally sought after, and are deemed to go down in history as offering the full package: performance, reliability and longevity. The example offered here at just over 63000 miles still offers that full package with much enjoyment and investment to be passed on the the fortunate new owner. A great car at a great price.
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Since 1987, Vintage Speedsters has been considered the best in the...Read more
Since 1987, Vintage Speedsters has been considered the best in the business when it comes to the recreation of the worlds beloved Porsche 356 Speedster. To Date, Vintage has hand built over 3000 speedsters their custom built steel tube, modified VW style pan, their exceptional in quality and design body, and the best available componentry available. Vintage not only replicated the look of the 356 Speedster, but also captured, refined and intensified the feel and drivability of these classic vehicles.
The Porsche Speedster by Vintage offered here came as a turn key example delivered in the stunning Black / Tan color combination. This example sports the 1600 cc VW engine fed by dual Weber Carbs and a 4 speed transaxle. It features comfort seats, Nardi steering wheel, chrome wheels, excellent soft top with side curtains, full tonneau, head lamp grills. At just 9722 miles, the car exhibits great drivability in all situations, from city traffic to all out freeway driving creating an excellent open air sports car driving experience.
Porsche 356 Speedsters offer timeless design and reliability and are in enormous demand around the globe. Factory examples now command upwards of 270,000 dollars and most have fallen into the hands of private collectors worldwide. Vintage Speedster Replicas offer the look, feel and quality of their Porsche counterparts creating a fun, usable speedster for less than a tenth of the price.
Listen up big block fans! This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro certainly ranks at...Read more
Listen up big block fans! This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro certainly ranks at the top of one of the nicest and coolest Camaros we've ever had come through our showrooms. The beneficiary of a ground up rotisserie restoration, brilliant paint, powerful big block, and a comfortable cabin makes this Camaro the one to have if you're looking for a pro touring pavement bruiser to show or cruise in.
Let's start with the paint. That gorgeous hue is House of Kolor Candy Apple Red with Platinum Pearl stripes. It's absolutely stunning and looks killer under the sunlight. It's just a very pleasing color for the Camaro's straight sheetmetal. The bright work and chrome bumpers are in good condition and a nicely placed 502 V-Flag emblem between the tail lights hints to any would be challengers what rests under the hood. You can't miss the muscular cowl hood and sporty rear deck lid spoiler, accented by body matched sport mirrors. Staggered Foose wheels measure 17'' up front and 18'' in the rear to create an incredible stance!
Open the doors to a black interior featuring Procar bucket seats covered in vinyl that seem to emulate traditional Camaro stitching. A convenient center console has been installed that includes two cup holders, and doubles as an arm rest and storage bin. For the most part, things remain pretty traditional like the 4 pack console gauges, air conditioning controls for the Vintage Air system, AM/FM/Cassette player by Classic Industries with auxiliary/iPod input, power window switches, and gauge cluster; but a B&M ratchet shifter translates shifting duties to the transmission, and a stylish 3-spoke leather trimmed steering wheel mounts on a tilt column. When it's time to fuel this beast up, pop the trunk to access the aluminum fuel cell.
As you've probably already guessed, this beast is powered by a gnarly 502 cubic inch V8, bored .30 over, producing approximately 502 horsepower. It rests in an engine bay that you will be proud to show off and is cleaned up well with a polished aluminum March serpentine system. An aluminum radiator with electric fans keeps the big block cool, while it releases its burnt air/fuel mixture through a 3'' stainless exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. Mated to that 502 is a 700R4 transmission that sends the massive torque to a 12 bolt Moser rear end, stuffed with 3.73 gears. A rear sway bar stiffens things up, and a mini-tub out back accommodates massive 285/35/18 Michelin Pilot Sport tires, while 225/45/17s up front are aided by power steering. Keeping things under control are power four-wheel disc brakes.
This car comes with a stack of receipts, and build photos that will prove, after parts and labor, you'll far exceed our asking price if you were to replicate this build on your own. If you're a big block 1st gen Camaro fan, this '68 Camaro RS/SS is surely the one to make you grin. Call today!Read less
Every once in a while, a spectacular car lands in our showroom and...Read more
Every once in a while, a spectacular car lands in our showroom and everyone sits up and takes notice. This gorgeous 1965 Corvette carries its original, numbers-matching 327, a 4-speed, air conditioning, and a gorgeous leather interior. An extremely high-quality car, this Rally Red coupe is the mid-year Corvette to own if you appreciate the virtues of a lightweight small-block’s handling.Read less
Corvette restorers know that getting a mid-year Corvette to look right is a balancing act. They have to be nice to compete at high levels, but they can’t be too perfect, so they are among the most challenging cars to restore properly. This one has super straight fiberglass, great panel gaps, and superb fit and finish, but it’s more like it’s brand new rather than over-restored (you Corvette guys know exactly what I’m talking about). The Rally Red paint is in great condition and totally nails the performance look that we've all been dreaming of since we were kids drawing cars in study hall. With sharp details, correct badges, and that fantastic Stingray profile, this is arguably the best looking car to come out of GM styling studios in the 1960s. In addition, the chrome is excellent, the badges are beautifully rendered, and bumpers were refinished just a few months ago, so they look crisp and bright.
The code 402 black leather bucket seat interior is a wonderful contrast to the red bodywork, and presents in outstanding condition with restored components throughout. Sure, it was originally black "standard" vinyl, but if you're going to restore a car like this, why not add a factory-correct upgrade? The soft, inviting seats have been fully restored using exact reproduction seat covers, the door panels have been finished to match, and brand new carpets were installed in 2013. The dash pad hugs the dual cockpit dashboard more tightly than when new with gauges that appear to be very nice originals, suggesting a car that has always been cherished. And yes, the mileage of 69,826 is believed to be authentic. There is, of course, a 4-speed manual transmission, the right choice for your Corvette if you love to drive, and it’s housed in the original center console, which was standard equipment. This car also includes a rather rare AM/FM radio, which was cutting-edge tech in 1965.
The original, numbers-matching 327 under the hood snarls through the dual exhaust pipes some kind of caged animal. With prodigious torque, it’s the ideal companion for cruising, with the ability to humble some pretty serious machinery in the stop light grand prix. Details under the hood include Chevy Orange paint on the engine itself, the original chrome ignition shield and air cleaner, and correct finned valve covers with Corvette script. A Vintage Air Gen V A/C system was recently installed and uses R134a refrigerant. Underneath, it’s sanitary for a car that gets driven, there's a new reproduction exhaust system, and 1965 is a great year to own because standard 4-wheel discs arrived on the Corvette. Beautiful knock-off alloys wear correctly sized 215/70/15 redline radials for a correct look with a modern feel.
Blue chip investments don’t get much better than a matching-numbers mid-year Corvette that you can actually use and enjoy without guilt. Call today!
Despite their similar look, the first three years of Thunderbird were...Read more
Despite their similar look, the first three years of Thunderbird were each quite different. Personally, my favorites are the 1956 models like this Raven Black example, mostly because of the trim styling and continental kit out back. This one has been restored as needed during the course of its life, and a lot of recent work makes it a great choice for driving tours this fall.Read less
One of the world's most beloved cars, there's just no way to make a 1956 Thunderbird look bad. But when you get it right, they can be downright amazing, and the high-quality finish on this 2-seater is a testament to a life well lived. Repainted in 2013-14, it's quite fresh looking and the Raven Black finish is this car's original color so it looks absolutely right. Gaps are decent all around, particularly the hard-to-fit doors, and fender skirts make it look long and sleek (they were optional but almost everyone bought them). Nice chrome, much of which has been restored, accentuates this '50s icon and the exhaust still exits through the rear corners of the bumper, a 1956-only feature. The continental kit was standard equipment, mostly to remedy complaints of no trunk space in 1955, and it adds a jaunty look to the sleek 'Bird that many find very appealing.
Two-tone red and white vinyl upholstery looks great inside the black 'Bird and while it was replaced a few years ago, quality material and workmanship insures that it still looks great today. The materials and patterns are correct, and it's hard to resist gaping at the many ornate details inside. An engine-turned panel runs across both doors and the dash, the steering wheel almost looks like an aircraft yoke, and the big speedometer is lit from behind by a Plexiglas "window" through the windshield. The gauges are probably original and they're joined by white-faced dials under the dash to keep an eye on temperature and oil pressure. A period-style under-dash A/C unit is powered by modern hardware under the hood, so it's both effective and reliable, and there's a modern AM/FM radio in the dash which does a pretty good job of concealing itself. A recent black convertible top is joined by a correct porthole hardtop, and the trunk is outfitted with black carpets and a correct jack assembly (the spare, of course, is hanging out back).
The 312 cubic inch V8 appears to be this car's original engine and it's nicely detailed with a dealer dress-up kit, correct markings, and reproduction hoses. However, in the interested of drivability, the original "teapot" carburetor was dumped in favor of a modern Demon 4-barrel and compact air cleaner, and obviously the A/C compressor is a Sanden unit. Ford Red paint on the block looks great in the otherwise all-black engine bay and the Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission clicks through the gears without a fuss. It appears that the underside of the car is original and was probably undercoated when it was new, and aside from the usual maintenance parts, it looks well-preserved and authentic. The dual exhaust has a nice V8 burble and sparkling wire wheels are a fantastic upgrade over the stock hubcaps.
2-seater Thunderbirds will never go out of style and when you pick one on great colors with nice options, it becomes a car that will hold its value better than most. Call today!
Let's just get to the point...this car is exceptionally nice! Here at...Read more
Let's just get to the point...this car is exceptionally nice! Here at Streetside Classics, we're all car guys and we're all a little jaded, but each one of us has complemented this 1968 Pontiac Firebird. It's a desirable color combination with a desirable engine, and looks that practically define what a muscle car should be.
The first thing you'll notice on this Firebird is obviously that bright red paint. Originally leaving its Ohio manufacturing plant in Turquoise Metallic, it's hard to argue that the vivid red paint covering this Pontiacs sheetmetal doesn’t look right! It's liquid smooth, shows crisp reflections, and it's hard to point out any concerning flaws. Bright work is good and the chrome pieces look new. Taking a close look at the badges and emblems and they all appear new with little to no fading of the colors that is so typical with classics these days. Atop the hood are functional hood scoops and the very desirable hood tach. When you toss in the bright 15'' chrome Crager wheels, this Firebird is essentially the poster child of '60s muscle.
Red and black color combinations have never gotten old and will surely age well for years to come. The red paint on this car is contrasted nicely with a black vinyl interior. Bucket seats and a rear bench wear tear-free vinyl that could fool you into thinking that they haven't seen the first mile of use. Seat springs are firm and the pleated vinyl adds a stylish touch. Overall, the interior is just very clean. Three auxiallary gauges are mounted in the center of the dash and measure oil pressure, water temperature, and voltage. Those gauges sit above a Sony AM/FM/CD head unit that is wired to two 6x9 Pioneer speakers in the rear deck. The only other modification is the floor-mounted Lokar shifter, with a gear indicator for the automatic transmission.
That 3-speed automatic transmission is bolted to a storied 400 cubic inch V8. Dressed with a chrome air cleaner and chrome valve covers, it's presented very nicely in a well detailed engine bay that you would love to show off. Thoughtful upgrades come from a Holley carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold, Hooker headers, billet pulleys and brackets, and a Mallory ignition system with a Promaster coil. The undercarriage is just as clean as the rest of the car with glossy black floor pans contrasting an H-pipe dual exhaust system. Power steering and power front disc brakes aid in handling, with 225/60/15 front and 235/60/15 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As taking care of transferring the 400's power to the ground.
With the complements this car has already gotten in our showroom, it may not last very long. You'll be hard pressed to find a nicer Firebird for the price we have this one listed. It stands out with a glossy finish and overall clean build. Call today!Read less
When Dodge's Performance Vehicle Operations set out to create the...Read more
When Dodge's Performance Vehicle Operations set out to create the world's fastest production pickup truck, it probably didn't take them long to figure out what powerplant and what truck body to use. The Ram 1500 was already a capable platform for utilitarian duties, but with speed in mind, Viper and Prowler engineers stuffed a Viper V10 under the hood, did some suspension and aerodynamic tuning, and the result was the stunning Dodge Ram SRT-10 like the 2004 model you see here.Read less
Number 1,579 of 3,057 SRT-10s produced for the 2004 model year, this vivid sport truck has seen just 18,086 miles and it shows in the immaculate body. Sure, the Viper V10 under the hood is what makes this truck super cool, but it's also very easy to admire the sporty styling. Looking at this truck it's no secret that it is a force to be reckoned with. The Ram emblems that Dodge fans are used to seeing on their favorite workhorse have now been replaced with sinister Viper emblems. You certainly won't be hiding any discrete intentions with the 'Viper Powered' badge located on the functional hood scoop. And even if that badge got past any would-be stop light competitors, the front chin spoiler, massive Viper-inspired 22'' wheels, and rear spoiler would be a dead giveaway that this isn't your ordinary lumber hauler. The black trim appears to have never seen sunlight and the paint is devoid of any concerning flaws, it's hard to imagine this truck is now 10 years old.
PVO designers didn't want you forgetting what you were operating when behind the wheel of this truck. The foundation is obviously Dodge Ram, but little details remind you that you are in something special. While sitting in the sporty, leather wrapped bucket seats with suede inserts, you're within easy reach of the short throw manual shifter that's topped by a Viper shift knob. Viper floor mats dress the bottom of this cabin while a 'Viper Powered' and 'SRT-10' branded trim panel engages the passenger. The driver of this hot rod hauler is greeted by silver-faced SRT gauges and an oil temp gauge that rests in an A-pillar gauge pod, while the red 'Engine Start' button is where all of the excitement begins. Providing some luxury to the sport are factory options such as power seats, air conditioning, cruise control, and an aftermarket Kenwood touch screen head unit that has a hosts of features including a CD player, Bluetooth, navigation and XM satellite capability, iPod hookups, and many more features and it is even still operable through the factory steering wheel controls.
By now it's evident what lies beneath that menacing hood, a massive 8.4L V10 that originally produced 500 horsepower and 525 lb/ft of torque! That's enough juice to get this pickup blasting down the 1/4 mile in just over 13 seconds and to a top speed of over 150 mph! Further increasing the massive power is aftermarket headers and a Billy Boat exhaust system that absolutely screams. Obviously a stout transmission is needed to handle that tire melting power, so a proven Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission handles shifting duties and sends power to the Dana 60 with a 4.56 final drive. You can't just put a sports car drivetrain in a pickup and expect it to behave like a sports car, so extensive research and development went into the tuning of the brakes and suspension to make this truck surprisingly nimble. It was lowered up front and in the rear and upfitted with high performance suspension, and massive power anti-lock discs brakes at all four corners help stop the large 305/40/22 Nitto tires. You can also depend on power steering to assist in aggressive track driving or easy city commuting.
This 1969 Chevy C10 pickup is the kind of vehicle that gets attention...Read more
This 1969 Chevy C10 pickup is the kind of vehicle that gets attention without being obvious about it. Maybe it’s the long bed, or maybe it's the fact that it's lowered and wearing a well-done classic red paint job, but either way it doesn't resort to gimmicks to catch the eye. If you like your hardware simple and your look timeless, this is the truck you should be driving.Read less
Admit it, you’re digging how this truck looks, aren’t you? Is it the red paint? Maybe, but only because it lets the rest of the classic sheetmetal, including the sleek styleside bed do the talking. With the lowered stance, you can see the graceful curve that stretches from the nose to the back of the cab, and the canted front end looks fast, not utilitarian and truck-like. Finish work is quite good, with even gaps and a smooth surface for the red paint to cling to. The unadorned flanks give it a simple, monochromatic look that might have been shaved if this was a full-blown custom, but I suspect that's just how it came from the factory. Tinted windows and a small peep mirror help with that clean look. For protection, there’s a spray-in bedliner so you can still use this hauler as a truck, and the chrome bumpers and grille remain in very good overall condition. The whole truck just looks right.
The new black and red interior is the ideal complement to the bodywork, and like the exterior, there's high quality workmanship everywhere you look. Pleated seat covers and factory-style door panels give this truck an upscale feel inside, and it's been optioned up with all the goodies: brand new Vintage Air A/C, a fat Grant leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo that's hidden under the seat and controlled with a remote built into the dash. How cool is that? The original dash has been painted a charcoal gray to neatly bridge the two and continue the monochromatic look, with additions like a column-mounted tach and temperature gauge down low. The gauges are still some of the most attractive dials ever fitted to a vehicle of any time, and they're joined by a set of Auto Meter temperature and oil pressure gauges under the dash. A removable center console adds practicality without really altering the interior and the floors are protected by a set of heavy-duty mats.
A great-running 350 Chevy crate motor under the hood gives this truck performance to match its looks. Edelbrock supplied the air cleaner and valve covers, as well as the 4-barrel carburetor and matching intake manifold. It dumps the exhaust through a set of Hooker ceramic-coated long-tube headers and Flowmaster mufflers that sound exactly right for the truck’s personality. The engine bay is quite clean with lots of polished aluminum and recent parts like the power brake booster and dual master cylinder. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission powers a 12-bolt rear end with 3.73s and a Posi inside, so it has the moves of a muscle car, not a vintage pickup. The lowered suspension actually rides quite nicely, offering a slightly sportier attitude without giving up truck-like carrying capacity. Shiny Centerline wheels are stuffed inside a set of 275/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials for a street rod look that suits this truck perfectly.
If you like the clean, chiseled look, this C10 will knock you out with its perfectly simple combination. Call today!
If there's one car that we can guarantee will always have an...Read more
If there's one car that we can guarantee will always have an enthusiastic following, it's an early Mustang GT convertible like this 1965 model. Paint it red, give it a 4-speed, and you have an iconic pony car that not only delights everyone who sees it, but a great driving toy that can still run with some pretty serious hardware.Read less
You can't argue with the image of fun that this bright red Mustang projects, and it's not an illusion. This neat ragtop wins friends everywhere it goes simply because everyone knows it's impossible to not have fun behind the wheel of a Mustang convertible. It's in exactly the right condition for enjoying it on the road: nice enough for casual shows but not so perfect that every cloud in the sky has you running for the garage. Fit and finish are good overall and the white GT stripe along the rocker panel adds some contrast that works well with those flashy wheels. All the proper GT equipment is in place, including fog lamps up front, GT badging, and the tailpipes that exit through the rear valence instead of underneath, and an accessory trunk rack dresses things up a bit, too. Nice chrome bumpers and door handles add a little bit of sparkle, but it's not like this car needs any help in the eyeball department.
The two-tone tan bucket seat interior isn't quite stock, but that doesn't mean it isn't an awesome place to hang out on a sunny day. The tan is actually kind of elegant in a Mustang and gives it a highly finished look, while the bright red carpets add the kind of pizzazz that made the Mustang America's favorite pony car. The five-gauge instrument panel is another GT-only feature, and the under-dash A/C unit appears to be original dealer-installed equipment, and it's doubly effective thanks to R134a refrigerant. A big Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual gearbox adds to the fun factor in a big way and you know how we like the industrial-strength look of the gearshift sticking out the transmission tunnel like that. An AM/FM/cassette stereo slots neatly into the dash because it was made just for these cars and matching red floor mats with pony logos make it easy to keep things tidy. A black power convertible top is a welcome upgrade and it includes a matching tan boot. The trunk is outfitted correctly, featuring a plaid mat and a full-sized spare.
The A-code 289 cubic inch V8 features a 4-barrel carburetor and 225 horsepower, making this Mustang a very able performer. A chrome air cleaner was part of the GT package, but the finned valve covers are a later addition. Bright Ford Blue paint on the engine gives it exactly the right look, and the A/C compressor still wears its original tag. Long-tube headers feed a snarky dual exhaust system that cackles and barks just the way you'd hope it would in your new GT, and the rest of the chassis is tidy but not over-restored, so no worries about road grime. And while styled steel wheels would be a mild look, you just have to love the way those polished 15-inch Torque Thrusts dress up the car and add an aggressive look.
This is a neat Mustang that can be driven anywhere, anytime and makes a stunning entrance every time. Is it the world's favorite convertible? Take it home and find out. Call today!
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed...Read more
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Bentley Continental GT Speed equipped with a 6.0L 616HP W12 engine and an 8-speed ZF (auto & sport shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Beluga (Gloss Black) exterior color and Beluga (Black) full leather interior along with Carbon Fiber and Burr Walnut Veneer trim and Red contrast stitching throughout.
This GT Speed is in "like new" condition and comes well optioned including:
+ Rear camera
+ Homelink sys
+ Power adjust / heated / cooled & message function front seats
+ Sirius satellite radio
+ Park assist sensors F/R
+ Quilted pattern stitching on seats & door inserts
+ Soft close doors
+ Speed exhaust
+ 21" Speed alloy wheels in dark tint finish
+ Red calipers
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1975 JENSEN INTERCEPTOR CONVERTIBLE 440 CU.IN V8ONLY 263 made (RARE...Read more
1975 JENSEN INTERCEPTOR CONVERTIBLE 440 CU.IN V8ONLY 263 made (RARE FIND) YEAR: 1975 MAKE: JENSEN MODEL: INTERCEPTOR BODY: CONVERTIBLE COLOR: BLACK/BLACK TOP TRIM: BLACK LEATHER ENGINE: 440 V8 255 H.P TRANS: 3 SPEED AUTOMATIC REAR: LIMITED SLIP MILES: 41,049 SERIAL#: 23111583 OPTIONS LOADED WITH ALL POWER FEATURES AIR CONDITION, LEATHER SEATS CUSTOM RIMS, AND STEREO RADIO HISTORY JENSEN INTERCEPTOR ARE HAND BUILT IN WEST BROMWICH ENGLAND ONLY MADE UP TO 1976. THEY USED CHRYSLER DRIVELINES. ONLY 263 CONVERTIBLES PRODUCED IN 1975 AND TRACKING AROUND THE WORLD ONLY 132 SURVIVORS EXIST TODAY ON ALL JENSEN CONVERTIBLES MADE. A GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. FOR A SERIOUS COLLECTOR OF AUTOMOBILES. RESTORATION THIS RARE FIND OF A 75 JENSEN INTERCEPTOR WAS BOUGHT BY A LOCAL MAN IN CONN. HE WENT THRU THE PROCESS OF RESTORING AND CHANGING THINGS TO HIS LIKING. HE DID A GREAT JOB MAKING THIS JENSEN LOOK GREAT. EVERYTHING WORKS ELECTRICALLY AND PERFORMS AS IT SHOULD. THE RIDE GIVE THE SOLID HEAVY FEEL OF CONFIDENCE. THIS A RARE FIND AND THE VALUES ARE GOING UP EVERY YEAR. I HAVE ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL AND MANY PUBLICATIONS ON JENSEN INTERECEPTORS. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADESRead less
1966 FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE 390 V8 / FACTORY AIR YEAR: 1966...Read more
1966 FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE 390 V8 / FACTORY AIR YEAR: 1966 MAKE: FORD MODEL: THUNDERBIRD BODY: CONVERTIBLE COLOR: WHITE/BLACK TOP TRIM: BLACK ENGINE: 390 V8 TRANS: AUTOMATIC REAR: 300 TO 1 MILES: 75,020 TMU SERIAL#: 6Y85Z115311 OPTIONS * 390 V8 * AUTOMATIC TRANS * POWER STEERING * POWER BRAKES * POWER TOP * FACTORY AIR CONDITION * POWER WINDOWS * WIRE WHEELS * STEREO RADIO * SLIDE STEERING WHEEL SERIAL # BREAKDOWN (6) - 1966 (Y) - WIXOM MI, PLANT (85) - CONVERTIBLE (Z) - 390 V8 (115311) - SEQUENCE # DATA PLATE (BODY 76A) - CONVERTIBLE (COLOR X) - MAROON (TRIM 46) - BLACK (DATE 21K) - BUILT OCT 21ST (DSO 15) - NEWARK DISTRICT (AXLE 01) - 300.TO 1 (TRANS 8) - CRUISE O MATIC RESTORATION THIS 1966 THUNDERBIRD WAS RESTORED WITHIN THE LAST 4 YEARS. REBUILT BLUEPRINTED 390 V8, REBUILT TRANSMISSION, REBUILT POWER STEERING, NEW BRAKE BOOSTER AND MASTER CYLINDER, NEW CLEAR COAT PAINT, NEW CANVAS TOP, NEW WIRE WHEELS AND RADIAL WHITEWALL TIRES, NEW EXHAUST. ALL CHROME AND DETAIL ITEMS ALL DONE. (BIG BLOCK) (CONVERTIBLE) WITH (FACTORY A/C). GREAT COMBINATION FOR FUTURE APPRECIATED VALUE. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADESRead less
1973 DODGE CHALLENGER 440 CU.IN. / 375 H.P SLAP STICK YEAR: 1973...Read more
1973 DODGE CHALLENGER 440 CU.IN. / 375 H.P SLAP STICK YEAR: 1973 MAKE: DODGE MODEL: CHALLENGER BODY: HARD TOP COLOR: RED TRIM: BLACK ENGINE: 440 / 375 H.P. TRANS: 3 SPEED AUTOMATIC REAR: OPEN MILES: 30,044 TMU SERIAL#: JH23G3B475890 OPTIONS * AUTOMATIC TRANS * POWER STERING * POWER DISC BRAKES * BUCKET SEATS * CONSOLE * RALLY WHEELS * STEREO/CD RADIO SERIAL # BREAKDOWN (J) - CHALLENGER (H) - HIGH (23) - HARDTOP (G) - 318V8 (3) - 1973 (B) - HAMTRACH MI. PLANT (475890) - SERIAL NO. ENGINE E440 B CAST# 2536430-6 (6-5-68) RESTORATION THIS BEAUTIFUL AND POWERFUL CHALLENGER, WAS RESTORED OVER PAST FEW YEARS, NEW RED CLEAR COAT PAINT FROM ITS ORIGINAL WHITE COLOR. NEW INTERIOR, RECEIPTS OF COMPLETE 440 ENGINE BUILD, TRANS REBUILD, REAR REBUILD. NEW BRAKES, EXHAUST, TIRES, AND REBUILT STEERING BOX WHERE ALL DONE. ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL, AND BROCHURE COMES WITH CAR. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADESRead less
Numbers matching, 16,000 mile, original 1981 Corvette coupe. Show...Read more
Numbers matching, 16,000 mile, original 1981 Corvette coupe. Show quality or drive, this car is in every respect an excellent car. Needs absolutely nothing. All gauges work. The interior is like brand new, showing no signs of wear even on the driver's side bolsters. It is equipped with the standard 350 small block, and 3 speed automatic transmission and boasts , power steering, powerr brakes, power windows cruise control, AC (blows cold), AM/FM radio, and tilt-telescopic steering wheel. If I seem to be raving too much, I can't help it...this is an exceptional car. Buy this original car now and watch it appreciate over time...like all Corvettes do. CALL US !! 330-499-8555 BOB'S CELL: 330-704-8448 TED'S CELL: 330-265-6716 Always 120 Corvettes and Muscle Cars in stockRead less
HERE IS A VERY NICE , LOW MILEAGE 02 SEVILLE SLS. BODY AND PAINT ARE...Read more
HERE IS A VERY NICE , LOW MILEAGE 02 SEVILLE SLS. BODY AND PAINT ARE GOOD, IT HAS AN INVISIBLE BRA ON THE FRONT OF THE CAR AND THE MIRRORS. IT HAS THE FACTORY CHROME WHEELS MOUNTED ON MICHELIN TIRES. THE INTERIOR IS VERY NICE. THE LEATHER SEATS ARE HEATED. THIS IS A TURN KEY CAR...READY TO BE DRIVEN ANYWHERE...NO WARNING LIGHTS ARE ON.....HURRY ON THIS SHARP PEARL WHITE BEAUTY......Read less
1970 Buick Electra Limited for sale (NY) - $21,900Read more
Buick 1970 Electra...
1970 Buick Electra Limited for sale (NY) - $21,900Read less
Buick 1970 Electra 225 Custom Limited 2-door hardtop,
455ci. V8 Automatic.
Light cream w/black Cordova top.
Black Vinyl interior. Tinted windows.
.A/C, power windows & seats.
Rebuilt engine. 32,000 original miles.
Excellent condition. Runs great.
If you want comfort, this is it !
All numbers matching, all original.
New piston rings, water pump, muffler.
All documents kept!
Call Arthur @ 607-648-3102
1937 Ford Pick Up for sale (CA) - $32,500Read more
1937 FORD TRUCK
1937 Ford Pick Up for sale (CA) - $32,500Read less
1937 FORD TRUCK
Frame-Off Restoration, Custom Bed,
1950 Flat Head V-8, Manual 3 Speed,
'37 Transmission & Rear End,
Custom interior: Grey & Beige Cloth.
BEAUTIFUL Grey exterior paint.
New Gauges, 12V System,
Tilt Steering Wheel, All New Wiring & Brakes
Electric windshield wipers.
Call for more info.
Jerry @ 707-975-1417
1967 Buick Riviera Pro Street for sale (MI) - $30,000Read more
Featured in "Hot...
1967 Buick Riviera Pro Street for sale (MI) - $30,000Read less
Featured in "Hot Rodding" magazine June 2000 issue
this baby can be yours!!!
* Torch Red exterior
* Grey Tweed Cloth interior
* .030 over 454 Chevy
* 350 Automatic Trans
* 750 CFM Carburetor
* Coil over Shocks
* Flow Master 3" Exhaust
* Ford 9" - 411 Rear Axle
* 33x21.5" Micky Thompson Tires on the rear
* Hurst Shifter
* Power Windows
* 20 gallon fuel cell
* AM-FM Stereo & cassette - Pioneer
* Weld Racing Wheels
Call Janay @ 734-552-6580 OR 734-586-7609
1967 Ford Mustang Convertible for sale (AZ) - $10,000Read more
This is a one...
1967 Ford Mustang Convertible for sale (AZ) - $10,000Read less
This is a one owner 67 Mustang that
I bought from a 93 year old lady who bought it new.
It's black with red interior with a black vinyl top.
It has a 289 2bbl carb and automatic transmission
It also has factory A/C that works well
and is pretty much original including the owners manual
Black exterior, with Black Vinyl Top. Red interior.
Call John @ 602-615-2435
1972 Chevy C10 Pick Up for sale (WA) - $10,000Read more
1972 Chevy C10 Pick Up for sale (WA) - $10,000Read less
Originally listed for $12,900
127k miles. 2Door.
White exterior with Black and White Vinyl interior.
Seats need to be reupholstered.
needs heater control.
Body is straight original.
350 crate motor.
Good wheels & tires.
Call Mike @ 509-440-2986
Born at GM’s Van Nuys manufacturing facility in December of 1969, this...Read more
Born at GM’s Van Nuys manufacturing facility in December of 1969, this flecked and fluffed Chevelle is so fresh it could’ve rumbled off the assembly line during the twilight hours of yesterday’s second shift. That’s because the car recently benefitted from a frame-off, rotisserie restoration where its body was completely disassembled, sprayed in Astro Blue basecoat and topped with Classic White rally stripes. Once reassembly commenced, and better-than-factory panel alignment was attained throughout, that brilliant two-stage was rubbed and buffed into an excellent, mirror-like shine. And, after much hard work, this striking Super Sport rolled out of the restoration shop as a solid bowtie barnburner that looks simply spectacular. Although the 1970 Chevelle’s ferocious LS6 Turbo Fire V8 was conservatively rated at 450 horsepower, it actually punched the dyno somewhere north of 500. And, in addition to looking good enough to fool all but the most enlightened gearheads, this classic’s era-correct 454 will scare the pants off anyone cocky enough to torque its carburetor cable. Behind that stout big block, a familiar M22 ‘Rock Crusher’ 4-speed sends power to a correct posi-traction rear end that’s equipped with familiar 3.31 gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is a completely restored F41 heavy duty performance suspension that’s equipped with thicker coils, heavy duty shocks, a larger diameter front sway bar, a standard rear sway bar, boxed rear control arms and beefy cross braces. Factory power steering combines with fully rebuilt power front disc and rear drum brakes to provide greatly improved turns and modern car stops. And at the corners of the floors, 14-inch Super Sport wheels spin old school F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sports around correct SS center caps. If the idea of owning an impossibly clean 454/4-speed Chevelle seems appropriate and appealing, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to put this Chevy in your garage!Read less
Completely restored, equipped with a 409 horsepower/409 cubic inch big...Read more
Completely restored, equipped with a 409 horsepower/409 cubic inch big block and sporting an Aqua bench seat interior, this 1962 Bel Air bubble top is ready to start winning awards! The 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air bubble top was carried over from 1961 even as other full-sized Chevrolets migrated to the convertible-look roof profile. The bubble top Chevy’s lighter weight and superior aerodynamics made it a favorite with drag racers who already knew the 409’s vast potential. Assembled during the fourth week of October, 1962, this sinister-looking Bel Air bubble top 4-speed has been professionally repainted. Its Tuxedo Black paint complemented with matching station wagon steel wheels, Firehawk blackwall tires and an Aqua bench seat interior. By the late 50s, the rise of the pushrod V8 in production passenger cars made one thing abundantly clear: cubic inches ruled. It was natural then that the factories responded to each other’s escalating performance with that very recipe. And at the dawn of the 60s, Chevrolet laid down a historic marker with their big block W-head design. This 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air embodies that legend at its most potent: an improved block casting, larger valves, a higher compression ratio, a solid lifter cam and dual Carter AFB 4-barrels that combine to produce a magical 409 horsepower. That beefy mill spins power to a correct rear end thanks to a tough Borg Warner 4-speed. Familiar drum brakes, which can be found at all four corners, are responsible for dampening the massive power. Turns come courtesy of fresh power steering. And, at the corners of the chassis, Firehawk Indy 500 blackwalls circle stainless, Chevrolet-stamped hub caps. If you’re in the market for a cool, full-size Chevy, you won’t find another example as nice as this one. Don’t miss your chance to own this sinister Bel Air!Read less
Sold new at Daniels Motors in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and logging...Read more
Sold new at Daniels Motors in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and logging very few miles since its 2013 frame-up restoration, this clean Corvette possesses all the desirable traits of a blue chip Sting Ray. During its thorough reboot, the car’s solid, fiberglass body was carefully massaged to correct most of the typical waves and ripples that came standard from GM’s St. Louis manufacturing facility. And, eventually, everything was layered in correct Saddle Tan base, sealed in glossy clear and buffed to a fantastic, wet-look shine. Tilt the car’s lightweight hood and you’ll find a familiar L84 V8 that hangs a correct 3782870 casting number behind a correct “RF” suffix stamp and matching partial VIN. Holding the title of “World’s most powerful, naturally aspirated single-cam V8” until the debut of Chevrolet’s 2001 Corvette Z06, this impressive small block utilizes wide-bore casting, a forged steel crank, forged pistons and a hot cam to turn stout 10.5 to 1 compression into a solid 360 horsepower. Behind that engine, a rugged Borg Warner T-10 4-speed, which is tagged with an August (H) 10th (10), 1962 (2) production stamp, utilizes a correct posi-traction differential to spin big, road-ready gears. At the ends of the car, a fully sorted double A-arm front and independent rear suspension is completely detailed down to its fresh shocks, correct springs and standard manual steering. At the corners of that suspension, beefy drum brakes provide quick and solid stops. And at the edges of those brakes, torque flows to the pavement through prerequisite turbines, which lap 6.70-15 Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewalls around bright chrome spinners. With its correct, 360 horsepower 327, tough T10 4-speed and list of carefully chosen replacement pieces, this Corvette is a classic you can show and drive just as General Motors intended. If that sounds like a good way to spend your Saturdays, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to claim your new Sting Ray!Read less
Classic American Muscle - Fast, Fun, Affordable, and built in Kentucky!...Read more
Classic American Muscle - Fast, Fun, Affordable, and built in Kentucky! Anyone that wants the most bang for your buck, here is your opportunity. We are excited to offer this , one owner very low mileage 2005 Chevrolet Corvette for your consideration. This Daytona Sunset Orange Metallic beauty has plenty to keep you entertained. It features the LS2 6.0L 400HP V8 engine with 11,150 original miles on it, a 6-Speed paddle shift Automatic transmission, and RWD. A few top of the line Chevy mechanical features include Active Handling, Traction Control System, 4-Wheel Independent Suspension, Power Speed Sensitive Rack and Pinion Steering, Limited Slip Differential, and Tire Pressure/Oil Life Monitoring System. It has Front and Side Airbags, Keyless Access with Push Button Start, Theft Deterrent System with Alarm, Heated seats, 4-Wheel ABS Disc Brakes, Power Heated Side Mirrors, Homelink Transmitter, Full Folding Top with Rear Window Heated Glass, and HID Xenon Headlamps among many more.Read less
This Vette has , Polished Aluminum wheels, transparent removable roof panel and premium paint.. This car sounds mean and performs accordingly. With 11,150 miles and always stored indoors, this 6th Generation Corvette's surfaces are as good as new. The Sunset Orange over Cashmere leather trim panel, curb appeal makes this Vette very desirable. It comes with two sets of smart access keys, all books, and the original window sticker. All service work has been performed by Lou Lariche Chevrolet MI – all receipts available. Call or e-mail while this sharp sports car is still with us.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1986 Toyota MR2 Coupe for...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1986 Toyota MR2 Coupe for purchase. The MR2 (mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seater) started off as a mid-engine concept car that was a great daily driver (good mpg’s), but also fun to drive. Through the development process each prototype became more and more of a sports car and testing concentrated more on Formula one race tracks. The reveal was a big surprise as Toyota was only known for their family and economical vehicles. Some rumors claim that the MR2 is the Lotus M90 that never went in to production especially since the suspension and handling were designed with help by Lotus engineer Roger Becker. Either way, the finished MR2 won many awards and became a true sports car with great gas mileage while this is a very compact car the interior cabin feels quite spacious.
This ’86 MR2 is an awesome 2-owner, low mileage stock survivor. It came out of Florida and features just over 42,000 original miles. It’s powered by the original 1587cc inline 4 cylinder engine paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. It is essentially all stock except for the radio. It features front vented disc brakes, rear solid disc brakes, independent struts & coil springs suspension, air conditioning, and retractable headlights. This car is amazingly clean inside, outside, and underneath. This has to be one of the best MR2’s you can find, and these cars are a steal for how much fun they are to drive. If you’re still not convinced, please read Motor Trend’s comparison of the MR2 against the 1985 Ferrari 308 GTS. Please call or email for more details!
With strong performance, a sexy look, and only 2,930 Miles, This...Read more
With strong performance, a sexy look, and only 2,930 Miles, This stunning Black 2006 Pontiac Solstice Convertible is a very attractive package if you're an enthusiast seeking the most driving thrills for your car-buying dollar. The beating heart of Solstice is that 2.4-liter inline four version of the Ecotec engine, here making 177 horsepower. Able to deliver 0-60 times of 7.2 seconds, and clocks an aero drag-limited top speed of 123 mph. This beauty comes with automatic transmission, dual front and side airbags, three cup holders, leather wrapped shift knob, power locks, dual overhead camshafts, power windows, remote keyless entry, Cockpit-style instrument panel with motorcycle-inspired gauges, anti-lock brakes with Pontiac claiming 60-0 stops in just 115 feet. 18”alloy rims, tilt wheel, rear defrost full books and documentation, custom floor mats.Read less
Underpinning the 2006 Pontiac Solstice is GM’s Kappa architecture, comprised of hydro formed full-length frame rails, a closed stamped steel center tunnel and a four-wheel-independent short- and long-arm suspension system. Bilstein coil-over monotube shocks at all corners, Hydraulic engine mounts are used to provide a smoother engine feel with high power performance.
The long-nosed Solstice is much more of a head-turner. With top down, the speedster-style headrests provide the car’s visual signature. The Solstice is a knockout even with the top up. With the top up, I think it looks a bit like the '50s era Porsche 356. The ribbed cover drops from the vertical glass rear window towards the sharply sloped windshield giving the side windows a slightly chopped-and-channeled look. But top-down action is what these cars are all about, and with the top down the Solstice is absolutely stunning and a force to be reckoned with.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1964 Pontiac LeMans GTO...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1964 Pontiac LeMans GTO Hardtop Coupe for purchase. The famous GTO line started as a trim option for the Pontiac LeMans in 1964. John Delorean helped break the mold in General Motors to bring the speed to the A-body platform. The GTO is widely considered the first muscle car that started the trend for all of Detroit, and high sales eventually forced them to launch the GTO as its own model line in 1966.
This is a very well documented and highly original ’64 GTO. It was assembled in Fremont, California before being delivered Quebedeaux Pontiac in Tucson, Arizona. It is powered by the original 389ci V8 325 horsepower engine paired with the original 2-speed automatic transmission. It features front bucket seats, factory air conditioning (switched from R12 to R134A), dual exhaust, deluxe wheel discs, original wheels, and original radio. The paint is just ten years old with a stripped down professional paint job. This southwest car is very clean underneath and a very solid car. It runs and drives great and it is a great collector car as the first year GTO. Please call or email for more details!
The Triumph TR6 is the last of the traditional British Roadsters. These...Read more
The Triumph TR6 is the last of the traditional British Roadsters. These cars offer a pure, open air, sports car motoring experience that is unique to the marquee. The sound, the feel and the handling is something that any auto enthusiast should experience. Their traditional design, mechanical reliability and parts availability make them easy to own and enjoy. For this reason these cars have become proven investments.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this outstanding, 1969 Triumph TR6 for consideration. The car is believed to be a 3 owner vehicle spending most of its life in the climate friendly environment of the desert south west. As a result of excellent climate and proper ownership, the car has always been dry car with no evidence of corrosion and exhibits an outstanding core structure. The frame, floors and sheet-metal remain excellent. According to the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certified Factory Record, Factory equipment includes Heater, Laminated Windscreen, Wire Wheels and Black Tonneau Cover. In 2008, a complete ground up style and mechanical restoration was performed on this vehicle using all factory, NOS and upgraded components.
Today the car presents its self in fantastic condition all around condition and is finished in beautifully applied Bright Red Paint over tan Interior. The exterior shows excellent with excellent paint, very good original chrome and bright work, and wire wheels with center lug. The interior is all new at the time of restoration and features high back seats, new carpet, excellent dash and gauges. Mechanically, the motor has been completely freshened, new clutch, all new brakes, new lines, all new suspension, new bushings, new radiator, aluminum differential, new clutch, new water pump, master cylinder, clutch slave, recent tires, etc. Our test drive revealed well sorted, excellent driving, handling and performing TR6 that can be driven and enjoyed with confidence.
The Triumph TR6 is the last of the traditional British Roadsters. These cars offer a pure, open air, sports car motoring experience that is unique to the marquee. The sound, the feel and the handling is something that any auto enthusiast should experience. Their traditional design, mechanical reliability and parts availability make them easy to own and enjoy. A preserved, highly restored, early example such as this are a rare commodity as it offers motoring satisfaction as well as being an automotive investment. The car is documented with the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certified Copy of Factory Record, it retains a mountain of receipts that cover the restoration work, owners manual, Jack, original center lug tool, original tonneau cover, boot and a whole lot of fun.
The lines of a Jaguar are like no others and with each model that comes...Read more
The lines of a Jaguar are like no others and with each model that comes from this prestigious company another unique and stylish design come to market. Driving a Jaguar XK series is not just another convertible but an experience that has to be enjoyed at least once in your life. The smooth ride, powerful engine and the ability to look like you are going 100mph while standing still is only accomplished by owning one.
This Porcelain White XK is in very nice shape and the Caramel leather compliments the exquisite wood trim throughout the car. This cat has some serious claws as well with a 4.2L V8 that pumps out 300HP and performs with a 0-60 time of just 5.9 seconds. The XK was designed to be not only a performer but a Grand Touring vehicle that can cruise the country roads and perform on the Autobahn. Very well appointed from the factory with plush leather interior, 16-way power seats with driver side memory and lumbar support, 19in alloy wheels, Navigation system with touch screen, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, xenon headlights, enough wood trim to make Paul Bunyan happy and with a touch of a button the convertible top folds nicely down and ready for the sun.
Vehicle presents itself nicely with the perfect color combination, well optioned and priced at a fraction of what this car was new. Vehicle comes with both remote combo keys and with a push of the button the car comes alive. Jump in the driver’s seat, pack a picnic, grab a friend and drop the top. Life is way too short to drive a boring car!
Designed by Dan Pratt and engineered by Merv Rees for MG the Dragonfly...Read more
Designed by Dan Pratt and engineered by Merv Rees for MG the Dragonfly was based on the MG Midget and the Austin Healey Sprite. It is estimated that no more 19 Dragonfly Roadster’s were ever produced. Not only that but it is believed that this is the only one in the U.S. Optioned in British Racing Green this car appears to be 100% original and un restored. The 1500cc engine has been recently serviced as was the clutch and she is an absolute blast to drive. We would classify this as a number 3 car as it could use a few aesthetic upgrades but it is 100% road worthy. We have searched high and low for information on this car which is as scarce as the car itself. We were however able to acquire Merv Rees’ e-mail address and will be happy to share it with the next owner. Considering the extremely low production figures and the fact that this is believed to be the only real Dragonfly in the U.S. this car is truly priceless. We do however want to sell and have priced it to move quickly! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.comRead less
The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 created a new class of...Read more
The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang’s styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of imitators. The fourth generation (98-04) was based on an updated version of the Fox platform called the Fox-4. This particular example is a one owner car that has been customized with a new Modular Mustang Racing 950 stroker engine capable of 1200 horsepower. The car currently has 85,301 miles but the engine was installed at 84,232 miles so it and the entire driveline have just 1,069 total miles. The 2 valve long block has 9:5:1 compression and was built by the best with only the best parts which include the dome coated pistons, ARP 2000 rod bolts, Stage II billet Comp Cams cam with MMR billet spacers as well as a MMR street racing oil pump, windage tray, 10 quart oil pan, side bolt and washer kit. It is topped off with Trick Flow 2 valve ported and polished stage II heads, Trick Flow valve covers, a Victor Jr. intake with fuel rails ported by MMR to match, an Accufab throttle body and plenum, 120 lb injectors (tuned for E85), a Magnafuel 650ml fuel pump, a Treadstone intercooler and Paxton NOVI 2000 supercharger. This beast has been dyno tuned which shows that it has 632 RWHP which is 761 HP at the crank. The rest of the driveline was built to handle this and then some with rebuilt 4R70W transmission which was completely rebuilt with all Lentech internals which include a manual valve body, trans brake, a 3500 stall converter, dual coolers with fans, a B&M hammer shifter with reverse lock out and manual switches for both the converter lockup and overdrive. The rear end was rebuilt with 3:73 gears, 31 spline Strange axles with C clip eliminators, a Detroit Tru Trac carrier and a Mosier differential plate. The exhaust is handled with Bassani mid length headers and X pipe and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Magnaflow cat back exhaust. Chassis concepts installed the engine, upgraded the brakes to Cobra brakes and upgraded the suspension by adding Monroe Sensa shocks and struts, Eibach Pro 1 ½ inch lowering springs, Eibach anti sway bars, a bump steer eliminator, BMR adjustable upper and lower control arms as well as sub frame connectors. You will also notice that the A pillar now houses Autometer gauges for the fuel and boost, a MSD digital shift light and Glow Shift gauges for the trans temp and wide band were tastefully mounted to the dash. The stereo was upgraded with state of the art JVC stereo as well as a bazooka tube in the trunk for some added bass. You will also notice the gorgeous chrome staggered rims with massive 315/35/17’s on the rear. All said and done over $63,000 was spent bringing the car to its current stage. This is an opportunity to get it for a fraction of that so if you like what you see don’t wait until it’s gone to call! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.comRead less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very well kept 1995...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very well kept 1995 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Roadster for consideration. It is finished in a stunning two-tone grey that Mercedes dubs “Black Pearl” with a grey interior that has been meticulously detailed. The internally coded R129 was designed by Johann Tomforde and Bruno Sacco in 1984 and was produced globally from 1989-2002. The 1995 model year brought on a number of improvements such as: the odometer was switched from mechanical to electronic, a portable cell phone with voice activated dialing became an option, clear front turn signals, and a Bose stereo was now standard.
It features a 302hp 5.0L V8 matted to a hydraulic 4-speed automatic, a fully independent suspension with front damper struts that have separate coil springs and gas-pressurized shock absorbers, triangular lower control arms with anti-dive geometry and a stabilizer bar and a 5-arm multilink in the rear with separate single-tube gas-pressurized shock absorbers and coil springs, geometry for anti-lift, anti-squat and alignment control, and a stabilizer bar. The brakes are a 2-circuit hydraulic power-assisted 4-wheel discs with ABS. It rides on 16” aluminum alloy wheels with a chrome finished on 225/55ZR15 Michelin tires. Additional features include: cruise control, headlamp washers with wipers, fog lamps, heated windshield washing system, a removable hardtop with electrically heated rear window, ADS (Adaptive Damping System), removable wind deflector, and ASR (Automatic Slip Control).
Interior appointments include: Automatic climate control, automatic day/night rearview mirror, leather seating with 10-way power seats and 3-position memory, Bose sound system, SRS with front air bags, an automatic pop-up roll bar, cell phone with voice activated dialing, a remote central locking anti-theft system, fully automatic soft top, power windows with express down, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel,
This SL500 was purchased new at RBM of Atlanta in Atlanta, GA for $91,675 ($142,717 in today’s dollars!) and spent a great majority of its life in Florida until coming to Michigan in 2002. It is a 2-owner, single family, car and comes with all of the original books, manuals, keys, sales brochures and literature, and documentation. These R129 SL500’s are fantastic cruisers for top down enjoyment and they are the next collectible Mercedes-Benz roadster, a ton of car for the investment!
Here’s an American classic… this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Coupe...Read more
Here’s an American classic… this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Coupe is an automotive icon with its sleek and unique shape. Chevrolet built 27,720 Corvettes in ’66 with only 9,958 examples in coupe form (35.9% of production) and this is number 1,363 built for ’66. This car is mostly original. The non-originality is the paint and the engine. It was originally RPO 972 Ermine White but it is now finished in a pleasing shade of grey. Additionally, it has a 350ci V8 installed currently but the original numbers matching L79 327ci V8 is included with the car. Only 7,591 were built with the L79 (27.4% of production). Aside from this, the interior, body panels, and entire undercarriage is original and in fantastic condition for being 48 years old. There is zero rust under the car and even the original brake lines (in great working order) and factory chalk numbers are still present.
From new, this was a west coast Vette and it was purchased as a high performance ride with the 327ci 350hp V8, 4-speed, and power options delete. It features a Hurst shifter circa early 1970’s, Optima red top battery, 4 wheel disc brakes, the 350ci V8 complete with Headman ceramic coated headers, Edelbrock manifold, MSD ignition, and an electric fan. The interior carpet is black but you can see that it has sunfaded over the years in the luggage compartment through the rear glass, indicating it is original. The paint and engine install were done at a restoration shop in Washington state.
Extras that come with the car are the original L79 327ci 350hp V8, factory shifter, original spare tire carrier, original fan and shroud, original ignition heat shield, and a 2” thick binder full of documentation. Here is your chance to grab a mostly original ’66 Corvette Coupe! Call for all the details.Read less
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com