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  • Chevrolet Corvette fans know that the 1959 Corvettes are special. All...

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    Chevrolet Corvette fans know that the 1959 Corvettes are special. All the right elements came together that year, with twin headlights up front, the contrasting side coves, and the rounded rear styling that just looks right on the early solid axle cars.
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    Which brings us to this handsome Roman Red roadster, which by all accounts is the archetypal early Corvette. They’re idolized on TV, appear in ads, and generally make everyone yearn for a younger time in their lives. This one was restored about 13 years ago, but what that really means is that it’s like you: seasoned and experienced. It’s a car you can get in and drive anywhere and not fret about someone brushing up against priceless paint. The Roman Red and Snowcrest White combination is classic and still shines up nicely, with just a bit of patina that works well with the overall vibe, and if you want to take it up a level, it's only a deep cleaning away from being really impressive. Gaps are about what you got from GM in 1959, but nobody will be looking at them anyway, they'll be listening for the rumble of the V8. And the chrome is decent overall, with that shiny grille and just enough body jewelry to remind you that this car was built in the fabulous fifties. If there’s a more American car than this, I can’t imagine what it might be.
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    The black interior looks fantastic thanks to a quality restoration a few years ago and careful use ever since. The seat covers are reproductions that use the same durable vinyl the originals used, and with fresh black carpets, there’s no sign of the usual sun bleaching that open cars inevitably experience. The black dash looks very businesslike in its formal wear, and the instruments stand out in bright contrast, particularly the domed speedometer and factory tach right above the steering column (which, sadly, isn't working due to the engine swap). Obviously inspired by European sports cars of the period, the three-spoke steering wheel has a grippy outer covering and the shifter falls easily to hand for a quick shift or just to rest your hand. A modern AM/FM/cassette stereo has been fitted in the dash, but that’s just about the only notable deviation from stock and the car’s all the better for it. A white top is there for emergencies and you'll learn to raise and lower it in an instant, because the Corvette is all about instant fun.
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    One thing Corvettes have [almost] always had going for them is a cackling V8 soundtrack, and the snappy 327 under the forward-tilting hood of this ’59 certainly delivers. Despite being a 1968 casting, it appears fairly stock, from the Quadrajet carb up top to the stock exhaust manifolds, but what that really means is that it’s as reliable as a hammer, so don’t be afraid to use it. It’s got the right parts, including the chrome air cleaner and valve covers, and it still spins an original generator to make juice. It’s backed by a 4-speed manual transmission, which really is the only way to truly enjoy an open Corvette. A reproduction dual exhaust gives it just the right cackle and holy cow is that chassis clean! It probably hasn't seen rain since the restoration was completed! Flashy Torque Thrust wheels aren't necessarily correct but you can't argue with how they look, especially wrapped in fat 215/75/15 front and 255/75/15 rear blackwall radials.
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    If you’ve been looking for just the right blend of casual style and timeless performance, perhaps this Corvette is what you’ve been seeking. Give us a call today!

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  • Ever get tired of doing what everyone else is doing? How about a rod...

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    Ever get tired of doing what everyone else is doing? How about a rod that’s not only incredibly stylish, but also practical? This 1939 Chevrolet Stylemaster 2-door sedan delivers on all counts, with a great look, lots of room inside, and a nicely crafted chassis that rides and handles like a modern machine.
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    Fairly extensively modified, this Chevy’s all steel body takes on an entirely new look. The bodywork has been treated to a host of traditional hot-rodding tweaks, including a chopped top, shaved trim, and Frenched headlights that give the '39's front end an entirely new look, especially since they used to be in separate pods up top! Fit and finish are quite good, with decent gaps and a sizzling red paint job that looks great going down the road and at local cruise nights. Out back you get more Frenched details, as both the taillights and the license plate frame have been recessed into the bodywork. Breaking up all that bright red paint is a simple pinstripe that follows the curve of the belt molding, as if it were simulating a piece of original trim. Peep mirrors have been neatly integrated into the design, and a Vee'd windshield adds to the sleek overall look. The original '39 grille is one of the best designs of the period, so it was left alone, along with the vents on the side of the hood, which look great and are fully functional.
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    With room for five, this is a rod built to cruise cross-country at a moment’s notice. Beautifully upholstered bucket seats use beautiful tan ultraleather to create a unique, upscale look, and the rear bench was upholstered to match. Custom door panels are simple and elegant, adding a slash of bright red to tie things together, and they use the original window frames, which give it a very polished look. The original dash now carries a billet insert which houses a full array of modern VDO gauges and the A/C vents, which are often tacked-on as an afterthought in lesser rods, are neatly built into the ends of the dashboard. A tilt column has been painted to match the bodywork and offers a beautiful wood-rimmed steering wheel that's sporty and elegant at the same time. In back, there’s a cavernous trunk that is finished with simple tan carpet and matching side panels, making it ready to hit the road or the local shows.
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    Reliable and powerful, the nicely detailed 350 under the hood delivers great performance on the open road. With only 800 miles on the V8 crate motor, it's practically brand new and thanks to a big Holley 4-barrel carburetor, it moves the Chevy with ease. That's an Oldsmobile air cleaner from the 1950s, which is a very trick look, and chrome valve covers and a bunch of bright parts make this engine bay look great. The A/C system is brand new and all the usual power accessories, from power steering and disc brakes to a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, are all part of the package. The front suspension is a typical Mustang II independent setup with a 10-bolt rear hanging on leaf springs out back. Polished Torque Thrust wheels fit right inside the fat fenders and wear staggered 165R15 front and 235/75/15 radial tires for the perfect stance.
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    If you need more than two seats and enjoy your creature comforts, this 1939 Chevy is ready. Don’t miss this opportunity and call today!

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  • This sweet ’67 Mustang is a stellar classic that wears a squeaky clean...

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    This sweet ’67 Mustang is a stellar classic that wears a squeaky clean restoration! Restored by the professionals at Valdosta, Georgia’s Modern Built Classics, this show-quality resto-mod enhances both driving and comfort. The car’s build, an 11-month process that was completed in 2015, mixed largely original sheetmetal with a fresh hood and new trunk pan. Once that steel was completely stripped and fully prepped, a vivid layer of Metallic Silver 2-stage was complemented with a Charcoal Gray valance and raised to an excellent shine. ‘Keep it simple’ is a good philosophy when it comes to performance and reliability. And the builders of this top-notch Mustang did exactly that by bolting a familiar 289 under the car’s long silver hood. Behind that buff FE, a proven C4 3-speed twists a tough 9-inch axle. That drivetrain rolls on a fully rebuilt suspension that appears to be factory-correct in every way. Turns come courtesy of lucid power steering. Stops are provided by fresh power front disc and rear drum brakes. And power scorches the pavement through familiar American Racing Torq Thrust Ms, which twist 205/45ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports in front of 225/50ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports. Between the doors, a crisp interior mixes fresh Black vinyl with miles of satin trim. Top dead center, factory-style buckets front a coveted Sport Deck bench. A silver-faced dash loads a glowing combination of digital and analog telemetry over body-matched air conditioning vents and a direct-fit AM/FM radio. At the floor, a short factory shifter rides inside a stylish, hard-lined console. And in front of the driver, a thick steering wheel spins speed-drilled spokes around a patriotic Mustang emblem. If you’re looking for a highly desirable classic that’ll provide years of weekend fun, don’t miss the chance to claim this awesome Ford! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Honestly, where else are you going to find a cool cruising coupe with...

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    Honestly, where else are you going to find a cool cruising coupe with fresh wood on the sides for less money? This 1950 Plymouth Club Coupe is an affordable and fun way to enjoy classic car motoring. It turns a ton of heads and can even impress a judge or two with its original power plant under the hood.
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    We already know you want this because there’s just something extra cool about a woodie coupe. That’s especially true when the custom fresh lumber is applied to the cool slope back design (we know it's not factory, but it still looks awesome). But even beyond the timber, the burgundy paint has such a nice luster that shines evenly with the lacquer in the wood. The big bold front end is intact right down to the Mayflower hood ornament. Plus, the chrome bumpers are so big they look like they could push a train. This classic Plymouth is not trying to be a hot rod, and so there is a refreshingly honest impression that you see in everything from the factory hubcaps to the big round roofline. Even all that flowing stainless trim on this DeLuxe model has not been altered.
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    The tasteful interior is pure post-war comfort, like the warm glow of a Victrola and the smell of mom's cooking in the kitchen. The beige cloth upholstery has that same feeling, and there's plenty of room for six inside this coupe. It wears its age with pride by showing off how durable Plymouth made their products 65+ years ago. That’s why you get the original three-spoke steering wheel with three-on-the-tree easy shifting. All the instruments are fully functional, as well as the AM radio. The under dash heater is even there for those extra early morning drives to the car shows.
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    With a coupe that’s looked this classically authentic so far, it’s a delight to find the original 218 cubic-inch six-cylinder under the hood. The engine bay is tidy and quite authentic, showing original parts including the oil bath air cleaner. The motor fires up easily just as a trusty Plymouth should, and it has that wonderful mechanical sound that’s sadly absent from our cars today. Good gearing and plenty of torque makes it peppy around town, and Plymouth cars really did ride much better than many of its rivals. The total package has the kind of reliability and comfort that gives this coupe usefulness beyond just a Sunday driver.
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    This Plymouth is the affordable woodie that will get you plenty of admires every time you hit the road. And with such an honest and dependable setup, you only need a whim to enjoy this history on wheels. Call today!!!

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  • This 1972 Chevy C10 Cheyenne is exactly the kind of truck you would...

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    This 1972 Chevy C10 Cheyenne is exactly the kind of truck you would build for yourself. A few smart modifications for easy cruising, a cool stance, and a sleek black paint job that lets the original styling speak for itself. This is a no-excuses truck in every way.
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    Beautifully finished in attractive and period-correct black livery, this pickup looks like it’s dressed up for a night out on the town, not a set of coveralls for work. The classic shape of the early C10 is undeniably attractive, but when it’s wrapped in high-quality bodywork and a glossy black paint job, it’s downright arresting. Look at the reflections in the body’s surfaces; there’s not a ripple or distortion anywhere, which only means that someone spent a TON of time and money making it look that way. It does have a few signs of use, and we have to admit that we love the louvered hood, all of which mean it's ideal for the local cruise night. All the factory trim remains, including the cool woodgrained panels on the lower body and tailgate, which are remarkably well preserved or nicely done reproductions, and the grille is a sleek billet piece that really cleans up the front end. The bed is neatly finished and with a hard-shell tonneau cover, it becomes a large, weatherproof trunk for all your gear.
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    The upscale theme continues in the cab where it appears to be a combination of restored pieces and nice original stuff. A highly detailed set of bucket seats were optional, and the detailed upholstery was part of the Cheyenne package. More woodgrain appears on the original door panels, which also appear to be nicely-preserved original pieces, and the cool center console, which is a custom-built piece that houses the Air Ride controller and gauges plus the AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. Black carpets make it feel plush from behind the wheel, and the dash is full of original instruments plus a very cool set of auxiliary gauges in individual pods molded into the dash pad. There’s factory A/C, power windows and locks, a tilt column, and a steering wheel that has an OEM look, as if it came from a Camaro or Corvette. A sliding rear window is always a great feature, creating a nice cooling effect inside without excessive wind, for those days when you don't quite need the A/C.
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    The engine is a fuel injected Vortec 5.3 liter V8, which is a neat fit in the early Chevy's engine bay. For the most part, it's got a very OEM look, although a few custom aluminum bits for the radiator and air box were crafted to make it work properly. Power steering and brakes are included, and with fuel injection, it starts instantly, idles smoothly, and has an awesome torque curve that makes it a blast to drive. Backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and sturdy 10-bolt rear end, it's still ready and willing to work. It's nimble, too, with a Fatman Fabrications Mustang II front suspension with rack-and-pinion steering and disc brakes, while the rear is held up with the original control arms and coils. A custom exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers gives the Vortec V8 a unique voice, and the aforementioned Air Ride suspension fine-tunes the ride height so it's always got the perfect stance. Period-perfect Rally wheels look right and totally stuff the wheelwells with fat 235/60/15 front and 295/50/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials.
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    All the time and money has already been spent, now all that remains is some quality cruising time. Call today!

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  • This ground pounder was built for show and a whole lotta go! It is a...

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    This ground pounder was built for show and a whole lotta go! It is a streetable beast. Complete with wipers, lights, stereo and heavy duty cooling system. It was a complete build from the ground up. Custom chassis including full frame, link adjustable rear suspension with coil over shocks and tubular front suspension. Pro built and balanced 454 bored to a 468. Has complete receipts and specs. TCI performance built trans with cheetah shifter. Dana 60 rear. Under the hood has complete MSD ignition system, aluminum radiator with overflow and twin electric fans, performance fuel system and headers that lead to a custom exhaust with supertrapp mufflers. It literally blows your hair and your clothes from over 10 feet away! Interior is finished with a full roll cage, racing bucket seats with the belts and full instrumentation. I mean it has every gauge imaginable including a clock! Completely repainted top to bottom. Color keyed bumpers and underside. New windshield and weather strips. This car will steal the attention anywhere you go, how could it not?

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    Keyless entry
    Remote trunk
    Dana 60 rear
    Stereo-CD changer
    Autometer gauges
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    Bucket seats
    Racing belts
    Centerline wheels
    Cowl hood
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  • This clean, sleek-looking 1963 Ford Falcon packs a nasty surprise for...

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    This clean, sleek-looking 1963 Ford Falcon packs a nasty surprise for anyone foolish enough to pick a fight. It's a clean look with a great color combination, but where it really shines is under the skin where you'll find a built 302 and a chassis built to use every single horsepower. If that's your kind of fun, this neat little car deserves a closer look.
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    The Falcon often gets overlooked with all those Mustangs running around, and that's really a shame. The clean, chiseled lines of this coupe are the perfect blend of '60s sensibility and sporty attitude, and the combination of Wimbledon White with a silver top and hood scoop adds a bit of a modern edge. The paint is older, so it isn't show-quality, but from a few feet away the flaws aren't visible and the whole point of a car like this is to keep a low profile. The work was nicely done, just showing a bit of age, and the steel underneath is in very good condition thanks to a lifetime someplace away from snow and salt. A stripe along the rocker panels adds to the sporting attitude, a styling cue borrowed from little brother Mustang, and we have to admit that the relative lack of trim really works well on the Falcon. It does wear those cool fender ornaments and jet-inspired taillights, and the overall look suggests that there's absolutely nothing on this car that wasn't completely intentional. It has a very well-planned and executed look, that's for sure.
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    The interior keeps it pretty stock, and that's not a bad thing. The two-tone white and gray vinyl upholstery keeps the exterior's color theme going and makes it look very '60s at the same time. Like the bodywork, it was probably done some years ago, but it's holding up well with no splits or tears and it still makes for an effective place to do some serious driving, which we'll talk about in a moment. A fat steering wheel and a B&M shifter on the floor are minor giveaways that suggest this isn't a simple commuter car after all, but the original gauges are still doing their thing, joined by a pair of modern dials under the dash. The original AM radio is still in the dash and the ornate door panels suggest that this car should cost much more than it does. The good-sized trunk carries a custom fuel tank, battery, and, if you're familiar with Falcons, a set of oversized wheel tubs.
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    The powerplant is a stout 302 cubic inch V8, and if you don't weigh much, 302 cubes is plenty to make some very exciting performance. It's beautifully timed, too, with a black block, polished aluminum valve covers and air cleaner, and bright red ignition system components. It starts easily and makes big torque thanks to a Holley 4-barrel carb, Edelbrock intake, upgraded Comp Cams camshaft, and long-tube headers. The wiring and plumbing are neatly hidden out of sight, making for a very clean appearance underhood. A rugged C4 3-speed automatic snaps through the gears with authority and a custom narrowed 9-inch housing delivers the twist. Obviously the rear suspension was modified to handle those giant tires, including a set of traction bars and custom-fabricated subframes, but for the most part, it retains its basic Falcon goodness, so it's easy to drive on the street. The exhaust cackles appropriately and it sits on chrome wheels with 165/75/14 front and 12-inch-wide slicks out back.
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    A surprisingly cool car with more horsepower than you'd expect, all wrapped in a package that promises little and delivers a lot. Call today!

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  • The all-new 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup was as big a revolution as its...

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    The all-new 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup was as big a revolution as its automotive siblings, which is perhaps why they make such awesome rods. This truck keeps all its original design features, and enhances them with a beautiful two-tone paint job, an inviting interior, and plenty of horsepower under the hood, making for a very tidy package indeed.
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    The 3100 rolled out of the showroom looking like a custom truck, so it doesn’t take a lot of cutting and welding to make it look this good. In fact, most of the original stuff remains in place and as the factory intended, from the hooded headlights to the forward-canted rear fenders that imply motion even when it’s standing still. Sure, a subtle de-chroming has given this particular truck a slick look and that blue-over-silver paint is about a mile deep, but all the cool stuff is vintage 1955. The emblems were trimmed, the hood was nosed, and the outside mirrors were removed and replaced with units a little more delicate, so it has a slick look that doesn’t remove the truck’s character. There’s also that nicely finished bed with a heavy-duty rubber mat, so it becomes a show truck that doesn't mind being a truck. Bright chrome bumpers and a beautifully restored grille highlight some of the truck’s best features and you’ll note that the tailgate has been neatly smoothed to give it all a very clean look.
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    Two-tone bucket seats look far more upscale than whatever was there originally. The interior shows few signs of use, and with gray carpets on the floor, it’s quiet and comfortable inside. You’ll note that the dash has been painted blue to match the bodywork, as have the doors, but the details are gray, so it really works. Just that single splash of color makes a big difference without being overbearing. A GM tilt column topped by a great-looking 3-spoke steering wheel makes this truck more comfortable for modern drivers than the original, the windows are power-actuated, and the A/C is chilly. Factory gauges are gone, replaced by a set of vintage Auto Meter units in a panel that looks very true to the originals. An AM/FM/CD stereo sounds great in the well-insulated cabin and tinted windows help keep it looking and feeling cool.
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    The 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood is a direct descendant of the original 265, but it makes a lot more power thanks to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor atop an aluminum intake. A finned aluminum air cleaner looks period-correct but ever so much more cool than the usual aftermarket stuff and there’s just enough chrome on the engine to remind you this isn’t a stocker, but not so much that it looks over done. The front suspension is upgraded with a GM subframe featuring power steering and power front disc brakes, while the rear end sits on a 4-link with coil-overs so it rides well. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission is flanked by a custom dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers, and it's detailed well enough to let you know it was carefully built but this is no trailer queen. The wheels are 17-inch Budnik billet aluminum pieces that go well with the truck's high-tech look, and they're wrapped with 255/40/17 performance radials.
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    Nicely built, this truck only seems to emphasize everything that was great about the original design while adding a big dose of reliable performance. Call today!

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  • Up for sale we have a 1955 Chevy Bel Air Two Door Hard Top. When you...

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    Up for sale we have a 1955 Chevy Bel Air Two Door Hard Top. When you walk around this ’55 and look down the sides you will see straight panels with good fit. The stainless on the sides lines up good with a good tight fit. It all looks good with it all either being been cleaned or replaced. When you look at the bumpers they appear to be new as does most of the other chrome. The paint on this Chevy shows well for it being a few years old. It’s slick to the touch with good paint in the jams and trunk. To finish off the exterior it’s sitting on a new set of 18” and 20” Billet Wheels.
    On the inside the seats are the factory benches that are covered in the factory style covers that are red vinyl with the cloth inserts. The door panels are done in the same two tone color scheme. When you look at the dash it’s painted body color with the radio upgraded to the vintage AM/FM. The steering column was changed to a chrome Tilt with a new 15” stock looking wheel. All the roof rail trim looks good. Chrome top caps were added to the door and around the dash for a nice finishing touch.
    Under the hood this ’55 is powered by a new 350 Crate Engine that’s dressed with an Aluminum Intake. Also it has new polished Aluminum Valve covers and Breather. The engine has been fitted with new Shorty Headers and Dual exhaust. It has Aluminum Pulleys and a new Aluminum radiator. The trans is a 700R Overdrive with a stock rear end. It has new Power Steering and Four Wheel Power Disc Brakes with a Chrome Booster. The Air Condition is from Vintage Air. And when you look under this Bel Air it looks good with the bottom being cleaned and painted.
    If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at smokymountaintraders@yahoo.com.

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  • Up for sale we have a 1972 Buick Riviera “Boat Tail” The body is solid...

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    Up for sale we have a 1972 Buick Riviera “Boat Tail” The body is solid with great lines and is covered in the Sierra Tan that looks good with a nice shine. Inside the jams and in the trunk the paint looks factory. The fit of the panel is good with good gaps. The bumpers all appear factory but do show well as does the rest of the chrome. This Buick has the vinyl top that is in good shape and one in the Dark Brown to accent the Sierra tan. To finish off the look this Buick is sitting on a set of 20” American Racing Wheels with New Tires.
    On the inside it’s as it would have come when new featuring the 60/40 bench seats. It’s all done in Brown Vinyl and Cloth. The seats are vinyl with the cloth inserts. The carpet and headliner look very good as does the door panels with some wear on the driver’s door panel. This Riviera has Power Windows that are working.
    Under the hood it’s all stock with the 455 V8. The engine is mated to the 400 Turbo Trans. It’s been dressed with the stock valve covers and breather. This Riviera has Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, and Air Condition. When you look under the floors pans look great along with frame showing no visible signs of damage.
    If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at smokymountaintraders@yahoo.com.

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  • This is the right way to do a resto-mod Camaro. Take one gorgeous 1969...

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    This is the right way to do a resto-mod Camaro. Take one gorgeous 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, and leave the look alone (because you're not going to do better than this). Add a strong-running crate motor and a pavement-hugging suspension. Finish with a tasteful, yet functional interior that keeps everything that was great about the original design but adds a splash of modern tech. This car totally nails it.
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    The bright Daytona Yellow paint is the first thing that grabs you about this car, but it isn't the only thing that's impressive. It's recently done and shows the result of many hours of labor-intensive ministrations with a deep shine and excellent finish work for a distortion-free surface. On light-colored cars, gaps are important, and they're pretty darned good here, and the painted-on black Z/28-style stripes are buried under the clear for a seamless look. Regardless of whether it's a real SS, all the classic SS details are there, from the chin spoiler and blacked-out grille to the proper emblems to the ducktail spoiler out back, so it's got a great performance look. But it's up close that you really enjoy the extra work. Dig the power antenna on the rear deck, the beautifully-fitted black vinyl top with blacked-out stainless trim, and the cowl induction hood, all of which enhance the car without making it seem over-done. Nice!
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    The black interior is anchored by a set of chairs from a late-model, which are aggressively bolstered but also cleverly reupholstered to mimic the original vertical pleats so they fit right in. SS embroidery on the headrests is a nice touch, and the matching door panels tie it all together. A billet steering wheel is the most visible upgrade, but it's a nice alternative to the original plastic tiller. Factory gauges monitor the engine, including a full set of white-faced auxiliary gauges down on the console where they belong, right in front of the fantastic horseshoe shifter. An AM/FM/CD stereo system sounds great thanks to plenty of sound insulation in the body and you'll note that even the rear package shelf has been neatly reupholstered. The trunk is correctly finished with a reproduction mat, adding to the blurry line between stock and modified.
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    The engine is a fresh 350 cubic inch V8 crate motor, and obviously it's a neat fit in the Camaro's engine bay. It's dressed with some chrome goodies, an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold, and a set of block-hugging headers, so you know it makes plenty of power. The yellow bodywork and gloss black inner fenders provide the perfect background, and there's a big radiator up front for when you're running it hard. It's backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission which always seems to be on its toes, as well as a 10-bolt rear end with just enough gear to make it entertaining without getting annoying on the highway. The front suspension is augmented with tubular A-arms and new shocks, while the stock leaf springs manage the rear. A Flowmaster dual exhaust system gives it that characteristic rumble, and it's fitted with a big disc brake at each corner, so it'll stop as well as it accelerates. Big 18-inch Boss Motorsports wheels certainly grab your attention and they're wrapped in staggered 245/40/18 front and 275/40/18 rear Nitto performance rubber.
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    This car is the right combination of style, substance, and performance, making it one of the most appealing early Camaros we've seen in a while. Call today!

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  • This impressive 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 delivers in a very big way, and...

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    This impressive 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 delivers in a very big way, and once you see the list of specs and the quality of the work, that price is going to look like a screaming bargain. Yes, it’s a real S-code 390/4-speed car, and given the way Boss 302 prices have skyrocketed lately, you can bet that top-tier Mach 1s like this are not far behind.
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    Acapulco Blue is one of those colors that everyone can agree looks awesome. Put it on a 1969 Mustang, and things get very interesting indeed. And if that Mustang happens to be a big block Mach 1, well, then it’s easy to explain the crowds that this car routinely attracts at shows. Following a full rotisserie restoration, this car sparkles in the sunlight and looks predatory at night. The Mach 1 is one of Ford’s better ideas, successfully giving the Mustang the aggressive look and attitude that it had been craving from the beginning. A blacked-out hood with scoop, a deep chin spoiler, rear-window slats, and a matching wing on the rear deck all give the sportsroof a very performance-oriented attitude. But the car’s also subtle, with little more than a gold stripe running along its flanks and a blacked-out tail panel to advertise that this is something truly special. A few bright chrome pieces that have been nicely refinished and you end up with one of the best-looking Mustangs of all time.
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    With high-back buckets and a console, this Mustang’s interior is both functional and comfortable. The Mach 1 was designed to straddle the luxury/performance market, and nowhere is that more apparent than inside. The seats are sporty with correct Comfort-Weave seat covers front and rear, and fastbacks have always been practical cars with their fold-down rear seats. The wood appliques on the doors, dash, and console warm up the monochromatic interior, and while the wheel isn’t stock, the wood rim looks right in the vintage pony car. Round gauges enhance the sporting flavor of the Mustang, and the T-handle Hurst shifter bangs through the gears with real authority, yet comes back for more every time. A factory AM/FM radio keeps everything very authentic-looking, so you know the restorer’s vision was of a Mach 1 without any excuses. The trunk is also neatly finished with a reproduction mat that fits better than most.
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    The S-code 390 cubic inch V8 was rebuilt in 2013 and runs superbly today. During the build it was treated to an .030-inch overbore, but the rest of the specifications are stock, as if an engine making 320 horsepower and 427 pounds of torque needs any help. With a nice coat of Ford Blue on the block, a factory air cleaner up top, and reproduction decals, it looks extremely fresh and highly correct, right down to the reproduction Autolite battery. Long-tube headers are the only major modification, but the way this one sounds exhaling through a pair of Flowmasters, you’ll forgive them for making that particular choice. The 4-speed manual transmission feels indestructible as you run it through its paces, and the 3.25 gears with Track-Lok limited slip are a nice balance between acceleration and highway cruising. Magnum 500 wheels and 235/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials complete the look.
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    One of the most desirable early Mustangs, this Mach 1 will be the envy of every Mustang guy at the next cruise night. Few are better looking and with big block power, nobody will be smiling wider than the driver. Call today!

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  • Ford invested heavily in the Cobra to make it different from the GT, and...

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    Ford invested heavily in the Cobra to make it different from the GT, and by 1999, the Mustang Cobra was a world-class performance car with a silky-smooth 32-valve V8, chiseled lines that were also traditional, and a leather-lined interior that looked like it belonged in a much more expensive car. Today, these are screaming bargains, offering 300-horsepower performance for pennies on the dollar.
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    The truly shocking thing about this 1999 Cobra is that it's almost completely unmodified. If you're familiar with Mustangs, then you're familiar with the world's biggest performance aftermarket, and it's downright amazing that none of those hop-up parts have found their way onto this car. With just one owner from new and only 21,953 original miles, this white Cobra keeps to the stock look and has obviously never been raced or abused. The paint is in decent condition, but a professional buff job would probably really wake it up and transform the car in a big way. Cobras received their own front and rear fascias, so they're easy to identify on the roll, and they weren't so crazy low that the chin took a beating. This car has been well-kept, and given the usual life of a Mustang of any type, that's a rare find indeed.
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    The black leather interior is simply gorgeous. Is this really a Mustang? The nicely bolstered seats are grippy, which is what you want in a car that can corner like this, and there are Cobra emblems everywhere you look (what, was this car built by Carroll Shelby?). Cobras came only one way: loaded. As a result, things like A/C, power windows, locks, and driver's seat, cruise control, and a tilt wheel were standard equipment. Cobras also got special white-faced gauges from the factory and you'll note the redline on that tach is way up there by 7000 RPM. The seats show very little wear, again a testament to both the quality of the Cobra and the care it has received. Everything works, of course, and your new Cobra only came with a 5-speed manual gearbox in 1999. The back seat is reasonably-sized for adults and there's a nicely shaped trunk with plenty of room, making this a machine you can actually use as a real car.
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    The 4.6-liter DOHC V8 rips through the gears with a zeal that the old 5.0 could only dream of. Smooth and willing to rev, it was highly developed by Ford to represent the very best powerplant they could muster. The bottom-end was virtually indestructible and the heavy-breathing heads made it feel like it could pull forever. And yes, there is an insane number of performance upgrades available, none of which made it on to this car. That means no street racing, no abuse, no questionable workmanship, making this the right car for the guy who appreciates a great pedigree. The 5-speed manual transmission shifts easily and the 8.8-inch rear end will stand up to the 4.6 for years to come, as the aftermarket has proven time and again; these cars are hard to break. The chassis is a lot stouter than the old 5.0 you remember, and with that unusual limited production independent rear suspension, the Cobra rides rather well. Giant 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS take the drama out of all that horsepower and live behind some of the most gorgeous wheels ever fitted to a Ford. Those 5-spoke alloys carry stock-sized 245/45/17 performance radials, so it's ready to rock.
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    With just one owner and low miles, this is an awesome way to get some big horsepower Mustang fun with big horsepower without breaking the bank. Call today!

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  • Up for sale we have a 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible. This Pontiac has...

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    Up for sale we have a 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible. This Pontiac has PHS Docs to prove it to be a real GTO. We will start off with the exterior of the GTO. When you walk around you’ll see a laser straight body with good fit of the panels. When you look at the stainless around the top and on the side it’s in great shape. The color on this car is correct with it now being 2 stage Base/Clear. All the chrome was either rechromed or replaced. The Cameo Ivory paint is smooth and slick to the touch and is accented by the Black Top and Twin Black Stripe down the sides. Inside the jams and inside the trunk looks very nice. To finish off the exterior it’s sitting on a set of Aftermarket Wheels.
    On the inside it’s all done in black to compliment the exterior scheme. From what we can tell it looks to mostly be original. It has the bucket seats and console. When you look at the dash it’s correct with the exception of the aftermarket gauges and AM/FM radio. This GTO retains the deluxe seat belts and the Power Top works great.
    Under the hood it’s powered by a 389 V8 that has the Tri Power Set Up. The engine is dressed with Aluminum Valve covers and the 3 chrome breathers. It has less than 1000 miles on the rebuild. The trans is a 400 and also has been rebuilt. The exhaust flows through 2 ½” Duals. This GTO has been upgraded to Four Wheel Power Disc Brakes and it also has Power Steering. Under the front end it has new springs and bushings. Out back it also has new springs and bushings with a rear sway bar being added with new shocks all around.
    If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at smokymountaintraders@yahoo.com.

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  • Straight-as-an-arrow, rust-free body and floors. Real nice paint,...

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    Straight-as-an-arrow, rust-free body and floors. Real nice paint, chrome, trim, etc. 454/425hp backed by a 5-speed
    manual transmission, 9" Ford rear with trac lock positraction, 31 spline Moser axels, ladder bar rear suspension with coil over shocks, power steering, power disc brakes, dropped spindles, Billet Specialties Street Lite wheels with 31x18.5 M/T radials, 3" exhaust with Flow Master mufflers, custom interior with chrome IDIDIT column, power windows, C/D stereo, Southern Rods heat and air conditioning, Dolphin Gauges, excellent driver, goes down the road with ease.

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  • Clean, rust-free body and floor pans, nice bright red paint, strong...

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    Clean, rust-free body and floor pans, nice bright red paint, strong running 200 6 cyl engine with a Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, recent stock black interior with stereo system, car is fully serviced and drives out great.

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    Steel unchopped body with filled roof, arrow-straight and rust-free, slick Viper red paint, 350/290 hp GM engine with automatic transmission, SO CAL chassis with polished Kuegul independent front suspension with rack-n-pinion steering and Wilwood polished disc brakes, leaf spring rear suspension with 10 bolt GM rear with 273 gears, polished stainless exhaust system, Dayton wire wheels, custom interior with Old Air Products heat and AC, power windows, tilt wheel, overhead console with c/d stereo, Wabitt dash, console and window trim, VDO Classic gauges, this car is very tight, well built and very detailed, needs nothing.

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster equipped with a 6.5L 700HP V12 engine and a 7-speed ISR (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Rosso Mars (Red) exterior color and Terra Semele (Beige) full leather interior.

    This is a "like new" condition car that comes well optioned including:

    + Navigation

    + Rear camera

    + Homelink sys

    + Power adjust / heated seats

    + Branding package

    + Park assist F / R

    + Shiny black painted Dione sport wheels

    + Red calipers

    + Homelink

    ...plus much more!!

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  • 2012 TOYOTA 8 SEATER TARAGO / ESTIMA PEOPLE MOVER

    - 3.5L V6
    -...

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    2012 TOYOTA 8 SEATER TARAGO / ESTIMA PEOPLE MOVER

    - 3.5L V6
    - AUTOMATIC
    - DARK GREY CLOTH INTERIOR
    - ELECTRIC SLIDING DOORS
    - REVERSE CAMERA
    - REAR CLIMATE CONTROL
    - KEYLESS PUSH START
    - CRUISE CONTROL
    - ELECTRIC WINDOWS AND MIRRORS
    - CLIMATE CONTROL
    - ALLOY WHEELS
    - PRIVACY GLASS

    JUST SERVICED

    COMPETITIVE FINANCE PACKAGES AVAILABLE! t.a.p

    Buy in complete confidence - we are WA's largest importer of these vehicles and offer full spare parts support and affordable after sales care for all makes and models.

    Aftermarket accessories available - tow bars, satellite navigation, rear entertainment DVD systems, roof racks etc

    Get in touch today to own a fully loaded version of Australia's favourite people mover!

    Located in Perth, WA - we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warranty and Roadside Assistance all available as part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.

    Isn't it time to drive something different?

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  • This 1966 Chevrolet El Camino has a 327 C.I. 4BBL V8 (Date Code...

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    This 1966 Chevrolet El Camino has a 327 C.I. 4BBL V8 (Date Code Correct), 2 Speed Powerglide Transmission, 10 Bolt Rear w/ 3.31:1 Ratio, Factory Air Conditioning, Black Bucket Seat Interior, Power Steering, Pioneer AM/FM/CD Stereo, 2 Speed Wipers w/ Washer, Super Sport Trim, In-Dash Clock, Painted Bed, Seat Belts, 15” Chrome Rally Wheels, Raised White Letter Radial Tires, Same Texas Owner from 1971 to 2005, Original Texas Car, Great Driving, Southern Truck That is the Most Desirable Year of the El Camino!

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  • This 1962 Ford Galaxie 500XL Convertible has a 352 C.I. Date Code...

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    This 1962 Ford Galaxie 500XL Convertible has a 352 C.I. Date Code Correct V8 w/ 4BBL Carb, C4 Automatic Transmission, Ford 9” Rear w/ 3.00:1 Ratio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Correct Raven Black Exterior, Correct Black Bucket Seat Interior, Factory 500XL, Power Convertible Top, AM Radio, 15” Cragar S/S Wheels, Radial Tires, New Carpet, Full Size Spare & Jack, True 500XL Convertible Finished in it’s Factory Triple Black Color Combination!

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  • This 1989 Ford Mustang LX Convertible has Only 53,016 Actual Miles, a...

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    This 1989 Ford Mustang LX Convertible has Only 53,016 Actual Miles, a 5.0 Liter Fuel Injected V8, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, Upgraded Hurst Shifter and Ball, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Lumbar, Power Mirrors, Power Convertible Top, Very Stock, Unmodified Car, New 17” American Muscle Aluminum Wheels, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Convertible Top Boot, Cruise Control, JVC AM/FM/CD/Satellite Radio, Air Conditioning, Clean Auto Check Showing No Accidents, Very Clean and Stock LX Fox Body, These Cars Aren’t Going to Get Any Cheaper!

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  • NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $3,330
    1999 Honda Shadow Ace Tour - VT1100T2X...

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    NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $3,330
    1999 Honda Shadow Ace Tour - VT1100T2X
    - 30.522 Miles
    - Original Factory Two Tone Paint Pearl Vermont Green/Pearl Antique White
    - 1099 CC Liquid Cooled V-Twin Engine
    - 5 Speed Transmission
    - Two Into One Chrome Exhaust
    - Shaft Drive
    - Locking Hard Saddle Bags
    - Windshield
    - Passenger Backrest with Luggage Rack
    - Engine Guard with Highway Pegs
    - Cast Aluminum 11 Spoke Wheels
    - Front and Rear Disc Brakes
    - If you want a piece of motorcycle nostalgia here it is. A super clear light weight touring motorcycle. You won't find too many 1999 motorcycles as clean as this one.

    During our inspection cleaned the turn signal switch, adjusted the clutch and throttle cables.

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  • Starting their new design of their Cutlass model for the 1968 model...

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    Starting their new design of their Cutlass model for the 1968 model year, Oldsmobile completely changed the wheelbase, styling and options for its new generation. Featuring two wheelbases, a shorter 2-door “Cutlass S” as well as a longer wheelbase for their 4-door Cutlass/Cutlass Supreme models, this model gave way to a broader market with revamped body panels and new rooflines soon to come. While many of the models featured the tried and true 350 cid V8 engine, some were even paired with an inline 6 which was an attempt to help with fuel economy. Convertibles were made but at a more limited basis making those survivors more desirable amongst collectors and enthusiasts alike.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this drop top V8 example of the 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Convertible for your consideration. Featuring a new vinyl top, a strong running 350 V8 engine mated to its preferred 4-speed manual and all the potential on the outside, this is a great find for those looking for their next classic ride! From the outside the vehicle shows well with its chrome kept in rather good condition along the body lines and bumpers, there is room for improvement with the paint and body but overall shows well. The interior is even better off with its black vinyl standing tall, the gauges are as they should be with a fully intact dash, there are fixes to be made to this particular model but at this price point for what it does have to offer this is a perfect candidate for those who are handy or those who just love to enjoy a car rain or shine! Improvements already completed on this model include a new oil pan gasket, front crank seal, new ignition wires and spark plugs, front and rear shocks and springs were replaced a while ago and a few receipts for ease of mind. This vehicle is ready to be driven down the open road today and would make for a great project car and comes with a parts locating guide ready to be used! Call or email us today for a closer look at this diamond in the rough!

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • You are looking at easily one of the most correctly restored 1957 Ford...

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    You are looking at easily one of the most correctly restored 1957 Ford Thunderbird E-Codes in existence today. WIth two Gold Medallion Awards at two National Conventions this car is a show stopper. The E-bird has only 36 miles since the restoration was completed with no expenses spared. This restoration was the best of the best using only NOS original Ford Parts when available. Every facet of this car is replaced new or restored to better then new standards. This is also one of the first 50 E-Birds built with the Small Dual Carburetor air cleaner. Only 50 T-Birds were made with the original small dual carb air cleaner that was recalled after manufacturing which is still in place. The car received a frame-off rotisserie restoration and a full nut-and-bolt restoration with all OEM Ford Parts. Options include the 312CI E-Code engine, 4-barrel Holley carbs, aluminum intake, Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission, Town & Country radio, porthole hardtop, power brakes, power seats, power steering and power windows. The exterior has been finished in Dusk Rose complimented with a black porthole hardtop.

    The Restoration is fully documented with pictures throughout the entire process. You will not find a better presented T-Bird on the market. Don't let this special classic car slip away, this car will be near impossible to replace. Call today! We would love to find this significant car a great home! BUY the BEST!!

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  • This 1963 Ford Falcon Futura Restomod was built with care by a highly...

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    This 1963 Ford Falcon Futura Restomod was built with care by a highly skilled local craftsmen with decades of classic car and drag racing experience. This car is not the result of a series of unrelated upgrades here and there, now and then, but rather an integrated, holistic project.

    If you were to build your own car, this is how you would want to do it. Futura could not be a better name for this Falcon Restomod - modern go power, modern stopping power, and modern comfort - this Ford has it all. This is a cutting edge machine in vintage skin, with scarcely any room left for improvement - just get in and drive.

    Read below for the impressive and detailed list of upgrades and improvements made on this fantastic Falcon. Come see this car in person - call Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery at (901) 850-0507 or fill out our contact form today. <a title="Classic Car Financing" href="http://artandspeed.com/" target="_self">Financing</a> available!

    h4. MECHANICAL

    * 5.4 Liter Lincoln Navigator Engine, approximately 400 HP
    * Dual Overhead Cam
    * Sullivan Intake
    * Holley 660 4 bbl carburetor
    * Mallory Electric Fuel Pump
    * MSD Ignition, Coil on Plugs (set ignition timing with laptop - uses factory cam and crank sensors)
    * C4 Automatic Transmission Specially Built with Drag Race Parts rated up to 2,000 HP
    * Five Gear Planetary in Transmission for Lower First Gear
    * Deep Aluminum Transmission Pan
    * 9" Posi-Traction Rear End, 3:25 gear ratio
    * '04 Mach 1 Mustang Cooling System: Radiator, Thermostat, Hoses, Dual Speed Electric Fan

    h4. CHASSIS

    * Four Wheel Power Disc Brakes
    * Master Cylinder Located Under Fender
    * Electric Brake Control Unit with Nitrogen Bottle
    * 245/45 R17 Sumitomo HTR 45Z Tires Front & Rear
    * 17" Eagle Alloy Cobra R Wheels
    * <a title="Heidts Mustang II Front Suspension" href="http://www.heidts.com/part/mustang-2-front-suspension-ifs/" target="_blank">Heidts Mustang II Front Suspension</a>
    * Four Link Rear Suspension with Adjustable Shocks and Coil Over Rear Springs
    * <a title="Strange Engineering High Performance Drag Race Components" href="http://www.strangeengineering.net/" target="_blank">Strange</a> 8.8 Axle Ends with 31 Splines (Drag Race Parts rated up to 1,000 HP)
    * Raised Transmission Tunnel to Clear Fourlink and Drive Shaft
    * Remade Shock Towers and Filled Inner Panels
    * Mini-Tubbed Rear Wheel Wells Two Inches for Larger Tires
    * Custom Built Stainless Steel Headers
    * Hushflow Exhaust with Resonators
    * Battery in Trunk
    * Gas Filler Inside Trunk (Moved From Behind License Plate)

    h4. EXTERIOR

    * Black Cherry Metallic Finish (Code X - Same as Car's Original Color)
    * All Original Trim (Except Taillights) - Formerly Anodized, Now All Chrome Plated
    * Custom Steel Cowl Induction Hood
    * Side Windows are Custom Cut Black Glass (Not Tinted)
    * Power Rear Antenna
    * Composite Headlights with LED Parking Lamps in Halo Configuration

    h4. INTERIOR

    * Black Leather Upholstery to Original Factory Appearance
    * Bucket Seats Originally from PT Cruiser with Option to Connect Electric and Heat
    * Custom Center Console
    * Custom Auto Sound Stereo
    * Custom Shark Gauges
    * Power Windows
    * Power Door Locks
    * Ididit Steering Column with Tilt Wheel

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  • The only miles on this Tundra Platinum are from driving it to the shops...

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    The only miles on this Tundra Platinum are from driving it to the shops to have custom work done and media events. Almost 900 miles. This Tundra was specifically built for a charity give away for the Phoenix Children's Hospital. The truck sold for $100,000!! And all of the money was donated to the charity. The truck is now for sale!! With over $20,000 in receipts for after-market upgrades, this Tundra was professionally customized. A Rough Country 4.5 inch lift was installed. 20x9 Fueled Savage wheels in Satin Black wrapped in 35x12.50R20 Toyo Open Country R/T's. Custom front and rear steel bumpers with built added L.E.D. lightbars. Custom steel side steps. A custom bed cover and custom Bedslide 1000 GO Series with 1000 pound capacity, a very cool and useful addition. A full custom JL Audio system was installed as well. 6.5" and 5.25" C2 speakers, JL Audio Stealth Box with a 10 inch W3 subwoofer. Powered by a JL Audio 5 channel amp. All of this is controlled through the stock touchscreen navigation sytem. This system sounds great!! The Tundra was also wrapped in a matte grey and red vinyl with the logo of the participating companies that took a part in the charity. The truck is white underneath. None of these upgrades void the factory warranty which will be transferred to the new owner. This truck also has heated and cooled seats, factory back-up camera, navigation and safety lane sensors. Come by today to see this head turning truck that has helped thousands of children across Phoenix.

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  • Built to the absolute highest standards by Slim's Body Works. This...

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    Built to the absolute highest standards by Slim's Body Works. This 1932, all steel bodied Hi-Boy is a work of art. Sitting atop a Pete & Jake's custom frame and powered by a Ford 302 V8 with an estimated 350 horsepower. A TKO600 5 speed was the transmission of choice for this very high end build. Getting the power to the 17" rear wheels is a Ford 9" with a 400:1 limited slip. Everything on this car is absolutely new. With just over 2400 miles on the build, this car is amazing. Finished in a very understated off white with dark turquoise. The paint on body on this car is absolutely show quality. Inside is done in a black, custom hand stitched, whip vinyl, Mercedes Benz carpeting on the floor, Classic Instruments gauges adorn the dash and a flawless Time Machines soft top and side curtains provide cover. Underneath this Hi-Boy is a masterpiece in itself. Completely painted chassis and underbody, with stainless steel lines, polished exhaust and fittings. An amazing looking car that was built to drive just as nice as it looks. There isn't a hope at building a car to this quality for this price. Take advantage and own this car for a third of what it could cost to build. Call today.

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  • 454 cubic inch LS5 Muncie M22 Rock Crusher 12-bolt posi-traction axle ...

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    454 cubic inch LS5 Muncie M22 Rock Crusher 12-bolt posi-traction axle 3.31 gears
    F41 heavy duty suspension Power steering Power front disc and rear drum brakes
    Correct Tuxedo Black paint Correct Medium Red interior Winner of multiple Super Chevy awards

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  • “What you see here is a reflection of our constant striving to build a...

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    “What you see here is a reflection of our constant striving to build a great road machine. The plant and paint system are two examples of Chevrolet's commitment to quality” That is what David McLellen, Chief Corvette Engineer, had to say when introducing the 1981 Corvette, the First corvette to be produced at Chevrolet's new state of the art Corvette factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer excellent, highly optioned 1981 Chevrolet Corvette. This highly original, highly optioned car features its numbers matching 350 v8, automatic transmission and running gear. Options include Power steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning converted to R134, Remote Sport Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Power Driver Seat, Glass Tops, Zuma Stereo System with Power Antenna, etc. Other highlights include the original T-top storage bags, new BF Goodrich radial T/A’s, New Exhaust, owners manual etc.
    This is a three-owner car that has been driven 48843 miles and remains highly original with the exception of one repaint in its original color. The car is an excellent driver with a tight suspension and tracks down the road exceptionally straight. The C3 Corvette design is one of greatest automotive designs ever. Its long hood, flowing lines and curvaceous body is a timeless American icon and for these reasons will always remain collectible. The example offered here is a high caliber example and overall excellent in all areas, cared for Corvette that that has plenty to offer the new owner and at the price offered here is an investment.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • The MGB GT is not only a tongue twister but a rare, sporty and fantastic...

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    The MGB GT is not only a tongue twister but a rare, sporty and fantastic sports car for the Mad Dog. Designed by Pininfarina to give the MG brand a sleek and stylish hatchback that would create a strong buzz throughout the English name brand. Car is powered by the trusty 1.8L 4cyl that was fueled by Weber carbs and delivered via the 4 speed manual transmission.

    This very clean and tidy GT comes from long ownership in the Arizona where it was treated to a garage, no exposure to rust or inclimate weather. Over the past 6 months the following was fixed or replaced; battery, battery box, brake lines, brake pads, calipers, exhaust system, generator distributor, heater radiator, starter and Weber carbs tuned and dialed in properly. The dash is crack free and interior of the vehicle is clean and free from any damage. The chrome is clean and complete, paint job is respectable and wheels are clean and accurate with new Pirelli tires mounted on them. Interior is clean and complete with rear back seat setup, original radio, jack and spare tire. The headline was replaced and looks as new. Vehicle comes with owner’s manual, shop manual, wiring grid chart, extra shift knob and clean title.

    This car is destined to hit the mark for anyone that wants a unique and fun car that is not seen on the roads very often and one that will hold its value and see a nice upside as time goes by.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • GR Auto Gallery is proud to present this beautiful Triumph TR6. The TR6...

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    GR Auto Gallery is proud to present this beautiful Triumph TR6. The TR6 was produced from 1968 to 1976 and featured a design contracted from Karmann. The cues allowed for the TR6 to sport squared front and back ends, which were referred to as the Kamm tail, which was very common in the 70's. Though most of the bodywork for the TR6 is the same as the TR5, the squaring off of the front and rear fascia’s made all of the difference for the car. The TR6 sold well in America, offering the authentic British Roadster experience to many happy owners during the 8-year production run. Almost 90% of those made were exported, fueled largely by strong US sales.

    This TR6 is presented beautifully both mechanically and cosmetically featuring the ever popular Pimento Red exterior with a like-new black vinyl top, chrome luggage rack on the trunk and even a fresh set of wheels and tires installed in the last couple years. The interior has also been refreshed with all new material throughout, the tan color choice shows wonderfully and with receipts over $2,000 worth of material and professional install, this vehicle looks like a new ride! The mechanicals were certainly not an afterthought as it has seen a new exhaust installed, a fresh clutch kit, the battery is brand new and the drivability of this little convertible is on point. Moving from gear to gear it is clear to see this vehicle was restored and kept to be a true enjoyment and all the documentation we have will go on to its next lucky owner for proof of its TLC. Believed to be the true 2.5L I-4 engine mated to its 4-speed manual, this vehicle is more fun to drive and a sure eye-catcher as your cruise to your next destination. Also included in the sale is a fresh car cover, a brand new boot cover for the top when it’s down as well as the old one, owner manuals, brand new floor mats with the Triumph insignia and a professionally completed detail! Call or email us today for more information on this drop top dream!

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • Ladies and Gentlemen, this is HOT! HOT! HOT! This 1966 Ford Bronco has...

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    Ladies and Gentlemen, this is HOT! HOT! HOT! This 1966 Ford Bronco has no shortage of cool factor. This truck was harvested out the great state of California where it lived until approximately 4 years ago, where a complete ground up restoration was begun. The truck retains all its original factory steel body where it was disassembled, glass removed, stripped to bare metal and masterfully finished in Chryslers “Moulin Rouge” FM3 factory color. It is powered by a 1993 Mustang 5.0 liter V8 that was used approximately 53000 miles, mated to a C-4 automatic transmission. The interior is completely new featuring: Hunsaker Sport Seats, Ididit Tilt Steering Column, Side Winder Automatic Shifter with Neutral Safety Switch, Rebuilt and Refurbished Stock Gauges, 6 Point Roll Gage, Cage Mounted Shoulder Belts, Fold and Tumble Rear Seat, Electric Wipers, New Carpeting, New Door Panels, New Steering Wheel, New Window Regulators, New Door Seals, New Felts and Sweeps for the Side Glass etc. The Exterior features outstanding paint, Stainless Steel Hardware, 5.0 Badges, Front Tubular Bumper, HID Headlights, Arsenal LED Fog Lights, LED Turn Signals, LED Running Lights, Side Steps, Step Rear Bumper, Tow Rings, Removable Matching Hardtop, Bikini Top, Machined Aluminum Gas Cap etc. Mechanically highlights include a strong 5.0 liter motor, power steering conversion, power brakes, Front Disc Brake, K&N filter, Dual Exhaust, 3.5 Inch Suspension Lift, 2 Inch Body Lift, New Wild Horses Suspension, Rebuilt and Refurbished Steering Rack, Transmission Cooler, Dana Front Rear all of this riding on New Rockstar 18 inch wheels with new Extreme A/T Pro Comp Tires with Full Size Rear Mounted Spare. Everything this truck was either replaced or refurbished new and all parts were sourced from Jeff’s Bronco Graveyard and Tom’s Bronco Parts. The underside has been freshened and shows great and the engine compartment is fully detailed. No expense was spared and no detail was overlooked and no expense was spared during the restoration and modification of this Bronco.

    At 149 miles since competition, this Bronco is fully sorted, proven reliable, everything works and is a complete blast to drive. Early Ford Bronco’s have been the choice of 4X4 enthusiasts since the Mid 60’s. Their smaller size, over all ruggedness, reliability, versatility and American design has capruted the attention of purists and performance builders alike for decades. This truck has all the right touches right down to the color choice. A perfect blend of vintage design with modern appointments and performance.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • We are pleased to offer this 1979 corvette for sale. Dressed in light...

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    We are pleased to offer this 1979 corvette for sale. Dressed in light blue, with paint code 28L, it almost looks like a frosty blue/white. Upon taking this for a test drive we affirmed that this is good driving and handling car. The engine runs well and the automatic transmission shifts through gears as it should. All the lights work, as does the radio and power windows. Power steering works great and handles well. This corvette recently received a new aluminum radiator. The Mastercraft avenger GT tires have plenty of tread left on them. The blue interior shows well for its age. This car has air conditioning and everything seems to function as it should, however it will need a recharge.

    With the warm weather upon us, this affordable muscle car is a must have for any enthusiast and will truly please. This car is turn key ready to go, pop the t-tops and cruise it away.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air (NV) - $85,000
    Rare Bel Air Convertible
    2 door....

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    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air (NV) - $85,000
    Rare Bel Air Convertible
    2 door. RWD.
    Aqua Blue/White exterior color with Aqua Blue/White interior.
    2 speed Powerglide automatic transmission.
    327 4bbl V-8 Engine.
    Well maintained & garage kept.
    Seller owned for roughly 20 years.
    This vehicle is located in Reno NV 89508.
    Please call Paul @ 775-232-1992 to see this convertible.

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