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  • 1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner Retractable-Hardtop. This car is in...

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    1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner Retractable-Hardtop. This car is in fully functioning and driving condition, reliable enough to take on any road trip. It has been nicely cared for and remarkably well preserved. It is very rare to see this caliber of vehicle in unmolested, preserved condition. Typically they are either over-restored or basket cases. It isn't a perfect concourse winner... It is a proper 57 year old vehicle with corresponding patina and a great cruiser. No signs of rust on the body and the frame is rock solid. Only 97,800 Miles. This particular example was built November 8th, 1958 as the brand new model for 1959. Featuring a 225 Horsepower 332 cu. in. V8 motor and 3 speed Cruis-O-Matic (automatic) Gearbox. Finished in Ford President Red and Colonial White. "Mostly" original paint with patina and several touch-ups, still very presentable. The original pattern interior and trim are in impeccable condition, feels like a new car. Even the original AM radio still works. No rips or tears anywhere. Words cannot express the amount of attention and detail involved. Excellent trim in and out. On the interior nearly all the chrome and stainless steel are excellent. Same on the exterior with the exception of the rear bumper, it does show its age and the reverse light bezels are good but show some pitting. Fully operational retractable hardtop functions nicely at the touch of a switch. All 5 electric motors working well and in sequence. This is the heart of this vehicle. A very unique feature made only 3 years on the Ford Fairlane. The original Ford 332 cubic inch Y-Block V8 motor runs like a clock and adequate power to wift the vehicle for highway cruising. This certainly is the sort of vehicle you'd want to cross Route 66 with! Coupled with the Cruise-O-Matic transmission making for effortless driving. The vehicle also features power steering and power assisted brakes. Proper white-wall tires with original type matching hubcaps.

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  • 1963 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe (KY) - $24,500
    57,000 miles
    Black...

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    1963 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe (KY) - $24,500
    57,000 miles
    Black exterior
    Red vinyl interior
    260 V8 Automatic (rebuilt)
    Automatic transmission (rebuilt)
    Power Steering
    All Original
    Well maintained
    Garage kept
    Extra Clean
    2nd owner
    Seller owned for 7 years
    Everything is NEW
    Completely Restored
    Rides and Drives like NEW
    This vehicle is located in Corbin KY 40701
    Please call Everett @ 606-521-9485 to see this coupe

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  • The legendary Fat Boy motorcycle defined the fat custom category and...

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    The legendary Fat Boy motorcycle defined the fat custom category and imitators everywhere tried to copy its magic. But this original continues to turn heads wherever it rolls with fat tires, fat bars, a fat fender and a big, powerful, black powder-coated, Twin Cam 96” engine. The Fat Boy model is the very definition of a heavyweight motorcycle, delivering a bold styling statement and a wide, comfortable riding stance. Available only to active and retired firefighters this is limited edition model that features exclusive paint schemes and special badges. This particular example was factory optioned with chrome rims and has Fire Engine Red paint with double gold pinstripes. It currently has just 4,129 miles and is nicely optioned with a quick release windshield, a quick release backrest with luggage rack, flamed grips, flamed floor boards, flamed pegs and a billet shift link with flames as well as Willie G covers for both the primary and the inspection cover. It was recently serviced, has been upgraded with a stage 1 kit and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Vance & Hines Straight Shot performance exhaust. We have priced this bike as though it has average miles and is bone stock so if you like what you see you better pick up the phone before it’s too late! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com

    Asking $12,900

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  • 1929 Ford Street Rod (PA) - $31,900
    Less then 4,000 miles.
    Purple...

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    1929 Ford Street Rod (PA) - $31,900
    Less then 4,000 miles.
    Purple exterior with Gray interior.
    400 automatic transmission.
    350 Chevy engine.
    1932 Grill.
    Rack & Pinion Mustang suspension.
    Well maintained & garage kept.
    Seller owned 8 years.
    Chromed steering wheel.
    All calls after 6 pm (EST), due to work.
    This vehicle is located in Pittsburgh PA 15216.
    Please call Joe @ 412-519-6366 to see this street rod.

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  • 1954 Chevy Bel Air (WI) - $17,900
    Low mileage (69k), 4 door, Original...

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    1954 Chevy Bel Air (WI) - $17,900
    Low mileage (69k), 4 door, Original Black exterior, Original Blue cloth interior, 3 speed manual transmission, 235 V-6 engine, Has white wall tire in trunk, 1 barrel carburetor, Well maintained, Garage kept, Original paint, No radio, All MINT condition skirts, Nice parade car, No pits in Bumpers, No Rust, have owner manual from 1954.
    This vehicle is located in Mequn WI, 53092.
    Please call Marvin @ 262-242-2746 to see this car.

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2005 Lexus RX 330 SUV for...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2005 Lexus RX 330 SUV for purchase. The RX line of luxury cross-over SUV’s started in 1998, and immediately made a huge splash. Since its introduction, the RX has been the best selling SUV in the United States rated very highly in reliability, safety, and performance. The second generation brought about the RX 330 denoting the 3.3L V6. Also, in this generation marked the first time production was moved to North America. These sure footed luxury SUV’s with great sight lines made many people happy owners of a great 12-month of the year vehicle in any conditions.

    This 2005 Lexus RX 330 is a one-owner All-wheel drive SUV in excellent condition that is ready for its next owner. The owner routinely brought this SUV to the dealer for meticulous care over its lifetime. It’s loaded with features including 6-disc in-dash CD player, heated front seats, leather seats, telescoping/tilt steering wheel, memory settings, moonroof, 17” Aluminum alloy wheels, power 4-wheel disc brakes, front/side/curtain/knee airbags, dual zone climate control, power rear hatch, cruise control, and more! This SUV is a great, safe SUV that’s a great deal for the next buyer. Clean Carfax! Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • Laughlin Racing chassis #176, assembled in August of 1991 and delivered...

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    Laughlin Racing chassis #176, assembled in August of 1991 and delivered directly to Junior Johnson & Associates, is a Ford Thunderbird road course car that, according to the current owner’s research, has been piloted by multiple well-known drivers. In 1992, it carried Bill Elliot to a 5th place finish at Sears Point and 14th at Watkins Glen to round out an impressively consistent championship run. In 1993, it carried Elliot to 17th at Sears Point and 4th at Watkins Glen. In 1994, the car, fielded by Junior Johnson under McDonalds livery, was raced by Mr. Excitement Jimmy Spencer and skilled SCCA star Tommy Kendall. In 1996, after Junior Johnson & Associates disbanded, David Blair Motorsports – a Robert Yates Racing farm team, decked the car in Hooters colors and employed Elton Sawyer and Loy Allen Jr. In 1997, still registered to DBM, the car was sponsored by Tonka/Hasbro and driven by Kenny Irwin Jr. and Rick Wilson. In 1998, with Ford’s Taurus displacing the Thunderbird in NASCAR’s top series, chassis #176 was purchased by Speed Shop of Greenville, South Carolina for intermittent Hooters Cup competition. And in 2000, the retired racer was sold to G-Force Engines and Chassis who, with the help of Mooresville, North Carolina’s Bickle/Smith Motorsports, completed a 2-year, $67K restoration. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Rally Nova, recent rotisserie restoration with less than 900 miles,...

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    Rally Nova, recent rotisserie restoration with less than 900 miles, solid body and floors, nice paint, GM crate ZZ4 350/385 HP with Hot Cam package and GM front serpentine belt drive, Muncie M21 4-speed transmission with Hurst Competition plus shifter and Center Force clutch assembly, 10 bolt 8.5 rear with 373 gears and Eaton posi unit, Hotchkiss 2" lowering leaf springs in rear, adjustable coil overs in the front with 1" sway bar and powered coated control arms, quick ratio power steering box, power disc brakes, aluminized dual exhaust with Flow Master mufflers, all new stock interior with new dash with factory tach, Autometer Gauges, factory cold air conditioning converted to 134A, car is very tight and fast, drive anywhere.

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  • 1931 MODEL A DELUXE RUMBLESEAT ROADSTER
    A2436009

    215-631-1776

    A...

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    1931 MODEL A DELUXE RUMBLESEAT ROADSTER
    A2436009

    215-631-1776

    A VERY INTERESTING MODEL A

    FOREST GREEN EXTERIOR (DARK GREEN)
    BLACK FENDERS
    BROWN LEATHER INTERIOR
    BEIGE TOP
    DUAL SIDEMOUNTS
    APPLE GREEN WHEELS
    201 CID 4 CYL - MODEL B ENGINE 50HP
    3 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
    MITCHELL OVERDRIVE
    ACCESSORY TRUNK & TRUNK RACK
    WSW TIRES

    * Older professional restoration
    * Build with touring in mind
    * Well accessorized

    We are selling this car for the estate of a well known, very prolific AACA Judge. He was well respected for his knowledge of a wide variety of antique automobiles. At first we wondered why this car was modified --
    Simple answer: the car was built with the more reliable Model B engine and overdrive for touring.

    The car runs, drives and stops. The top, side curtains and upholstery are very nice. The paint shines but has cracks. Mechanically it has some needs.

    NEEDS
    * Fan belt
    * King pins & bushings
    * 1 wheel stud
    * Emergency brake shoes

    NEEDS ATTENTION
    * Exhaust manifold leak

    $19,900 as it sits
    or
    $22900 with mechanical work completed.

    CLOSE OFFERS CONSIDERED
    As with all the cars we offer, we encourage independent inspection.
    "WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR COLLECTOR CARS"

    PLEASE CHECK OUR 100% POSITIVE EBAY FEEDBACK AND BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

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  • Lusso Fine Motorcars presents this pristine fully optioned 2003...

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    Lusso Fine Motorcars presents this pristine fully optioned 2003 Chevrolet Corvette Z06. Featured in a original Black, this coupe has 51,840 original miles, and has been meticulously maintained, serviced and garage stored its entire life.

    Exterior. The original body and Black paint is in excellent condition, recently receiving our Signature Detail. In 2014 the Vette received a clear bra on the nose of it, along with behind the fenders to protect from rock chips. The factory Z06 wheels were also professionally powder coated in black($1400) and are wrapped in Super Sticky Bridgestone Potenza RE750 tires which show great tread depth.

    Interior. This Z06 features the optional black with torch red leather interior that shows very minimal wear and is a perfect example of how meticulously maintained and cared for this car is. Equipped with the Preferred Equipment Package which includes
    Head-Up Display (HUD), Power-Telescopic Steering Column, Electrochromatic Mirrors, Memory Package and Twilight Sentinel lighting. The original stereo was upgraded with an Alpine Sirius compatible head unit.

    Performance. The 405Hp 5.7L LS6 is stock but exhales through a set of 1 7/8" Longtube headers that were installed by the previous owner in 2014. Records show all regular maintenance services being done throughout its life. The engine and transmission have no signs of any leaks and runs and drives smoothly and sounds so good!

    This very well kept, Z06 comes with all original books, 2 sets of keys, factory tool kit, service records and clean carfax. The Z06 corvette is an icon that has a strong following and rich history and we are excited to be able to present this beautiful example!

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  • This 1999 Plymouth Prowler has a 3.5 Liter V6 (253 HP/ 255 Lb Ft),...

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    This 1999 Plymouth Prowler has a 3.5 Liter V6 (253 HP/ 255 Lb Ft), Automatic Transmission w/ Autostick, 1 of 779 Produced in Black in 1999, Only 9,453 Original Miles! Desirable Black Exterior, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Front Bumper Delete Kit, AM/FM/Tape w/ 6 Disc CD Changer, White Face Gauges, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, 20”/17” Chrome Wheels w/ Radial Tires, Clean Auto Check Showing No Accidents, Extremely Clean & Original Prowler Roadster!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2015 Porsche 911 Carrera S coupe...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2015 Porsche 911 Carrera S coupe equipped with a 3.8L 400HP H6 engine and a 7-speed PDK (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a stunning Carrara White Metallic exterior color and Black leather interior.

    This 911 is in pristine condition and comes well appointed with a MSRP of 132K including:

    + Navigation

    + Sport Exhaust System

    + Sport Chrono Package

    + Premium package plus

    + Rear camera

    + Homelink sys

    + Power sport seats

    + Sport Design steering wheel

    + Panoramic sunroof

    + 20" HRE Anthracite wheels

    + Power steering plus

    ...plus much much more!!

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  • You are looking at an absolutetely and very rare 1966 442. This car has...

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    You are looking at an absolutetely and very rare 1966 442. This car has the correct 400 Cubic inch engine with the correct TRI-Power carburetion. This car has the rare and desired color combination of silver metallic over parchment interior and black vinyl top. This is also the correct color combination for the car. There was only 93 dealer installed Tri-Power set ups in 1966 and this tripower is date code correct for this vehicle. The car also has the correct 4 Speed transmission and 3:90 Posi-Traction rear end. The car has been meticoloulsly restored and has a beautiful paint job. The paint has been polished to perfection. The paint does have a few chips from use. During the restoration the correct drivetrain was rebuilt and this car sounds and performs incredible. I full dynamax stainless dual exhaust system has been installed. The car has chrome SS 1 rallye wheels on the correct redline tires, including the spare. The car is highly detailed and is ready to be driven to the next show. The car is correct right down to the T-3 Headlamps. If you are in the market for one of the best performing 442"s built, look no further. This car runs as good as it looks. Serious buyer please contact us asap with offers. This car will not be available for long. Be sure to watch the video at www.carolinamusclecarsinc.com

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  • 1965 Chevy Corvair Monza Convertible (AZ) - $22,500
    Fresh 140, 4 speed,...

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    1965 Chevy Corvair Monza Convertible (AZ) - $22,500
    Fresh 140, 4 speed, engine .040 over bore, Isky cam, valve train and head reworked, dual stainless exhaust, electric fuel pump, rebuilt suspension, brakes rebuild, 15 inch tires on American Torque Thrust, new paint original Regal Red, duel outside mirrors, new ignitor, day night mirror, center consul, good manual top and rubber seals, door and window seal replaced, all glass is factory tint, in dash tachometer, oil pressure and oil temp, new updated radio and speakers. Paper work for all the work and parts on file.
    Everything in working order, turnkey ready to cruse and show.
    This vehicle is located in Sierra Vista AZ 85650.
    Please call Jerry @ 520-378-0548 to see this car.

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  • 1940 Ford Deluxe (SD) - $79,900
    This is a unique, one of a kind car -...

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    1940 Ford Deluxe (SD) - $79,900
    This is a unique, one of a kind car - NEVER seen any other like it and do not believe any other car exists like it. It was chopped, channeled, lengthened and widened. Sits on a 1988 Mark 7 Chassis with a 5.0 Ford engine with 27,000 miles. 2 door; RWD; Automatic Transmission; 5 litre 305 C.t. V-8 engine; Power seats, windows, sunroof, steering, and brakes; AM/FM/Cassette; CD player; AC & HEAT; Well maintained; Garage kept (heated); Dual exhaust; Disc brakes all around; Total restoration; been modified and correctly done; Hydraulic trunk.
    Exterior paint is DuPont Chrome Illusion - depending on the light, the colors change from rich shades of deep teal blue to purple and in certain types of light, it also changes to gold. Custom Lavender/ White leather interior.
    This is a unique, one of a kind car - I have NEVER seen any other like it and I do not believe any other car exists like it. It was chopped, channeled, lengthened and widened. Sits on a 1988 Mark 7 Chassis with a 5.0 Ford engine with 27,000 miles.
    Kick door openers - you basically put your foot under the side footboards and gently push up on a knob which opens the doors.
    This vehicle is located in Rapid City SD 57702.
    Please call Lee @ 605-787-3535 to see this car.

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  • The WRX means “World Rally eXperimental” or “World Rally Cross”. The...

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    The WRX means “World Rally eXperimental” or “World Rally Cross”. The WRX was built with rally inspired technology, including all wheel drive, stiffened suspensions and turbo charged four cylinder engines. They debuted in Japan dating as far back as 1992.
    In 1994, Subaru introduced Subaru Tecnica International or STI. These versions of the WRX were upgraded models that included blueprinted performance-tuned engines, transmissions and suspensions. They were immensely successful in rallies and extremely popular among street racers around the world.
    This incredible modified variant of the WRX started life as a 1994 model that has seen changes too long to list and included in the pictures is also the build and spec sheet.
    This incredible car has as traveled just 40,000 miles since new and is looking for a new owner at a fraction of the cost that it took to build.
    This car runs incredibly strong and sounds fantastic. If you are looking for a turn-key car with out the headache and cost of building your own than this is the car for you.

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

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  • 1931 SLANT WINDOW CABRIOLET (TN) - $28,900
    Up for auction please find...

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    1931 SLANT WINDOW CABRIOLET (TN) - $28,900
    Up for auction please find one of the most desirable Model A body styles ever produced by Henry Ford. The 1931 Slant Window Cabriolet , offers the sportiness of an open car with the all-weather comfort of a closed car and is one of the most expensive Model A’s built.
    The slant window identifies it as a model 68C, and is beautifully painted in brilliant red, which was a special order color in the late production 1931 model. The car was restored from the ground up with new or rebuilt parts and was completed in 2015. This is the top of the line model which includes dual spare tire side mounts, grill guard, and a rear mounted luggage rack. For touring, the car is outfitted with dual side mirrors and a flying wing thermostat beautifully mounted on the hood for all to see.
    The Cabriolet also includes many of the upscale features found in closed cars, including leather upholstery that is very comfortable, carpet, and wood grained dash and garnish moldings. The rumble seat is brown leatherette and the top is excellent.
    The 4 cylinder motor and transmission have been completely rebuilt. The flywheel has been lightened and a balanced 1935 clutch and pressure plate utilized for better performance. All the running gear has been refurbished or replaced including a new brake system allowing it to stop on a dime.
    This Cabriolet is perfect for touring as well as being show quality. Take it anywhere and enjoy the compliments you will receive!
    Much more to talk about!
    This vehicle is located in Riceville TN 37370
    Please call Dan @ 423-368-1895 to see this classic.

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  • You’re looking at a true sunny day friend in this 1966 Chevrolet Corvair...

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    You’re looking at a true sunny day friend in this 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible. With beautiful paint, upgraded interior, and a strong air-cooled motor, the open road beckons. And just like you’re best friend, this one is not trying to take you for all you’re worth.
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    Corvairs have a style all their own, and these second generation Monzas look downright great. They were ahead of their time, which means you see the future lines for icons like the Camaro in this handsome convertible. Maroon was available from the factory in 1966, but it never looked as good as this. The paint takes advantage of modern clearcoats to look great in the sunshine...and really that’s the point because you’ll love taking this convertible out every sunny day. Like any good 1960s American automobile, there’s nice chrome on the bumpers and on the lower rocker panel. The rally-style wheels look like they were borrowed from a younger Chevy line, so they are a cool addition to this sporty Monza package.
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    Another obvious later Chevy addition is the pair of bucket seats. These are out of the 3rd generation Caviler Rally Sport. While you can argue that Caviler RS was sort of a distant successor to this Monza, everyone will agree the decades of progress make these high-back buckets vastly more comfortable than the factory seats. You even get the matching back seat and center console w/cup holders so the full package looks at home in this unique Corvair. Once you sit down everything looks very original. You get the stylized factory steering wheel, and beyond that is the sporty round gauge setup with individual pods set deep into the dash. Even the heat/defrost controls and the AM radio are quite original, and working fine.
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    Pop the rear engine lid to find the 164 cubic-inch aluminum flat six. The 110 horsepower rating doesn't sound like a whole lot at first, but Corvair people know better. Like a Porsche, the power is better utilized because the motor doesn’t turn a long driveshaft. Plus, by maximizing the weight over the rear wheels (engine, battery, and spare tire) it has a true traction advantage. So, maximized for utility, and only weighing 2,700 pounds makes this Corvair Monza plenty zippy. Later cars like this 1966 model are desirable because the troublesome generator was upgraded with a reliable, modern alternator. Plus, the ’66 models take advantage of Chevrolet’s updates to make Corvairs safer and handle much better. This included revised spring rates, a fully independent rear suspension modeled after the Corvette, larger brakes, and a front anti sway bar.
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    Complete with owner’s manual, this is a classic American with touch of European flair at an obtainable price. That unbeatable combo doesn’t come around often. Call now!!

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  • Fresh car - only 625 miles since restoration, laser-straight rust-free...

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    Fresh car - only 625 miles since restoration, laser-straight rust-free body and floors, slick Cortez silver paint, built LS1 engine with performance cam and head work, 4L65E 4-speed automatic transmission with 2500 stall convertor, Dutchman Ford 9" rear with 370 gears, Detroit speed 2" lower springs, aftermarket tube sub frame with tubular A arms, coil over shocks and rack-n-pinion steering, 12" front power disc brakes with cross drilled rotors, 18 & 20" charcoal American Racing wheels, 2.5 mandrel bent exhaust with Flow Master muffler, custom interior, stereo c/d, tilt wheel, Covan Dash with Auto Meter gauges, Old Air Products heat and air conditioning, car is fast and handles excellent.

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  • A STUNNING 1 OWNER FROM NEW SUZUKI SWIFT GLX WITH LOW KMS

    - Metallic...

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    A STUNNING 1 OWNER FROM NEW SUZUKI SWIFT GLX WITH LOW KMS

    - Metallic Red with Cloth Interior
    - Climate Control
    - CD Radio with AUX Connect
    - Bluetooth Phone Connectivity
    - Cruise Control
    - Keyless Go with Push Start
    - Alloy Wheels

    EXCELLENT CONDITION THROUGHOUT!

    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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  • v8 Chevy 350 Engine
    No major rust only surface
    Comes with a Hardtop...

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    v8 Chevy 350 Engine
    No major rust only surface
    Comes with a Hardtop and Doors
    Transmision recently serviced, so your good to go !
    New Shocks
    New Wiring
    Oil Change Always done
    Clean Title
    Original 1963 FJ40 Land Cruiser Very RARE!
    Seats are in excellent condition
    Automatic Engine
    2WD all you need is the drive shaft to make it a 4wd
    You can paint the car or leave the original look
    COMES WITH HARD TOP AND DOORS

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  • This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS delivers on its all-black stealth...

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    This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS delivers on its all-black stealth appearance. Hiding underneath the iconic sheetmetal is a powerful fuel injected LT1 small block and a six-speed manual transmission to make sure you’ve got more power and gears than anyone else out there.
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    This Camaro gives other lesser cars nightmares. Heck, anyone how sees this all black package in their review mirror will be easily intimidated. And being the ultimate aggressor is not easy. It takes a huge investment in a modern deep black paint. The body panels have to be the straightest because no imperfections can hide from this finish that shines like a black mirror. With paint looking this good all the brightwork has to up its game to compete with the shine. That’s why the bumpers, hood accents, rocker panels, and glass trim all look like there’s been some special attention paid to these to make sure they are only adding to this car’s mystique. Of course no sinister Camaro is complete without the Rally Sport’s hidden headlights and the D80 spoiler. Finish the whole package off with 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys filling the wheel wells, and say hello to the coolest bad guy.
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    You can be the true mystery man from behind the tinted windows, but anyone who does get a look inside will be impressed. The bucket seat interior is as fresh, deep, and black as the exterior. This is courtesy of investments in places like the new seat covers, new headliner, and an updated center console with very welcomed cup holders. It’s not all dark on the inside. There black is broken up in places like the wood and chrome three-spoke sports steering wheel, and on the white and chrome Hurst shifter (you might want to count the gears.) While this one has upgraded kickpanel speakers on the new retro sound AM/FM stereo, we’re willing to bet your favorite soundtrack is really the sinister rumble coming out of the dual exhaust.
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    The heart of this beast is a fuel-injected 350 cubic-inch LT1. You’ll love popping the hood at all the car shows and watching the crowds marvel at this custom that proudly displays the Corvette fuel rail covers. But just because the engine bay can win awards on its own, doesn’t mean speed was left out of this custom build. It inhales deeply through the performance air intake, and it exhales with authority out of the headers that feed the wicked dual exhaust system. In fact, take some time to look at the exhaust system in the undercarriage shots. The amount of detail that went into this part of the car that few people see will really tell you the level of care in this restoration. Making sure you get the most out of the custom V8 setup is the T56 six-speed manual. It’s the right transmission for the LT1, and its got an extra gear for you to instantly grab some more power or settle in for easy cruising. The final steps in this power package are the stout 10-bolt rear end and the modern grip of Kumho Ecsta ASX tires. Add in great anytime driving features such as power steering and power front disc brakes, and you can tell that this Camaro has far more appeal than just its midnight attitude.
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    This is the restomod that made no compromises in the build, so you can show the world you make no compromises on the street. You don’t have to deal with the devil for the ultimate sinister classic Camaro, just give us a call!

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  • It’s a Chevelle. It’s got a four-on-the-floor. It’s triple black. It’s...

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    It’s a Chevelle. It’s got a four-on-the-floor. It’s triple black. It’s got a big block. Need we say more? If you’re looking for brutally fast American muscle legend that sends all the right messages of being a midnight predator, then this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 is waiting for you right now.
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    If you own this Chevelle SS, you want to drive it; if you get passed by this Chevelle, you want to own it. That’s the desirability of the sought-after shiny black paint that highlights the final year for the hardtop coupe body. Plus, the black vinyl roof was a great way to show off you had some extra cash to splash around. White SS stripes on a functional cowl induction hood and the hood pins are a big part of the appeal of the Super Sport package. But this one goes much further to get the details right like the blacked-out grille, all the correct badging, and plenty of good looking trim around the bodylines. You know this was a excellent creation the moment you see the profile. Those 50th anniversary American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are staggered in size to remind everyone that big power is coming from the rear wheels.
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    The black interior completes the desirable triple-black appearance. While the seats, door panels, dash, and carpeting all look fresh dark and mean, there are plenty of bright accents to remind you that this one was at the premium end of the Chevy’s midsize lineup. While it’s roomy for everyone you know, it’s the driver that matters the most. That’s why your left hand rests on the three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel, and your right one may never leave the Hurst shifter. There are plenty of interior indications that this is a special Chevelle, but the one we bet you’ll love the most is the updated full gauge package. It fits in the factory three round pod setup, and it gives the speedo and tach a modern glow.
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    This is the kind of motor that will make you proud to lift the hood at car shows. The big block 454 cubic-inch V8 not only has all the correct elements like the orange block paint, air cleaner gasket to utilize the cowl induction hood, and bright valve covers, but it’s presented exceptionally well. Thanks to correct hoses and tidy a presentation, it almost looks like it came straight from the factory. But then you look closer and see some nice performance upgrades. It includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock performer 2.0 intake, and long tube headers that give a ferocious growl to the Flowmaster dual exhaust. The radiator is running off an electric fan, and you can turn it on via dashboard switch to keep this monster motor running cool no matter if you’re in traffic or just want to impress at the cruise-in. When it does come time to hit the road, you’ll love having complete control over the V8 with the Muncie M21 close ratio four-speed that feeds the stout 12-bolt rear end. Those who are familiar with the M21 will be happy to know its properly paired with a 4.00+ rear end for very good power takeoffs. More than just an enhanced speed machine, this one is an all-around great cruiser with features like power steering, front disc brakes, and modern rubber on those classic wheels (15-inch Yokohama tires in front, and the big 17-inch rear ones are grippy Michelins.)
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    Big block Chevelles were meant to be black, but only the best are triple-black. This is a turnkey intimidation machine that will find a new owner soon, so you might want to hurry up if it’s going to be you. Call now!!

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  • You are looking at a pro built, Texas rock crawler, It has the running...

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    You are looking at a pro built, Texas rock crawler, It has the running gear to get you there and back, plus a strong attached to the frame roll cage. If you have built a serious jeep in your lifetime you know what it takes and what it will cost, not to mention the trial and error period to get it all sorted out and working good. This jeep has had thousands spend on nothing but the best upgrades. The tires and wheel were $5,000 just for starters.

    This is the real deal crawler, It has wheeled all over Clayton Oklahoma and Texas.
    It was professionally built in texas mostly by Josh at Baertrax
    FITS IN A 7' GARAGE DOOR
    Start from the ground;
    42" Irok Stickies on full Polished Walker Evans bead locks
    brand new warn hubs and internal hubs all the way to the spindle (new parts, no junk yard crap)
    35 spline chromo axle shafts front and rear
    detroit lockers both sides
    king pin HP dana 60 up front
    14 bolt full floater rear axle
    solid diff covers both sides
    5.13 gears
    full PSC hydro steering with high pressure pump
    recent E350 brake booster (stops on a dime)
    disc brakes front and rear
    custom linked suspension front and rear
    tummy tucked with 20" clearence
    88" overal width front, rear slightly narrower
    112" hub to hub,
    front tires past the frame
    king air shocks both sides, frenced in frame rear
    ATLAS 5.0 two speed xcase twin sticked
    warn 9.5ti winch
    poison spyder hood vent
    custom front stinger
    steel fenders front and rear
    comp cut rear
    CJ fold down tailgate
    poly fab weld in cage with frame tie ins
    rci fuel cell 15 gallons
    bucket front sealts with 5 point harness, and harness bar across frame
    removable steering wheel, airbag removed
    handheld cb with antenna
    76 k miles
    2002 tj sahara
    50" LED light bar with windshield mounts
    newer soft top with tinted windows
    half doors
    Check out the pictures and watch the video, give us a call 817-985-8888 to own this great rig, you can go wheel it this weekend!

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  • NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $6,185
    2007 Kawasaki Vulcan VN1600B Mean Streak...

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    NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $6,185
    2007 Kawasaki Vulcan VN1600B Mean Streak Special Edition
    - Factory Special Edition Paint Metallic Flat Spark Black/Flame Persimmon Red
    - 10,160 Miles
    - 1,552cc / 95 cu. in. 50° Liquid Cooled V-twin
    - 5 speed Transmission
    - Road Burner Custom Exhaust
    - K & N High Flow Air Intake
    - Digital Fuel Injection
    - Smooth and Reliable Shaft Drive
    - Hydraulic Clutch
    - 4.5 Gallon Tank
    - Dual Gauges Tachometer and Speedometer
    - Dual 320 MM Front Disc Brakes and 300 MM Rear Disc for plenty of stopping power.
    - Not too many of this Special Edition Vulcan Meanstreak produced, Call Now!

    During our inspection we adjusted the clutch and throttle cables, cleaned the air filter, changed the engine oil, and installed a new rear tire.

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  • NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $5,150
    2012 Honda Shadow Spirit -...

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    NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $5,150
    2012 Honda Shadow Spirit - VT750C2
    3,564 Miles

    During our inspection we adjusted the clutch and throttle cables, installed a battery tender lead.

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  • NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $5,665
    2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S - EN650A
    -...

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    NADA YELLOW BOOK RETAIL $5,665
    2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S - EN650A
    - 1,522 Miles
    - 649 CC Liquid Cooled Parallel Twin
    - Digital Fuel Injection
    - 6 Speed Transmission
    - Sealed Chain Final Drive
    - Adjustable Brake and Clutch Levers
    - 3.7 Gallon Tank
    - Adjustable Footpegs
    - Low 27.8 Seat Height
    - Solo Seat
    - Lightest Motorcycle in its Class
    - Unlike any other cruiser, the Vulcan® S is geared up to fit a wide range of riders. Never taking away from its stylish features, this bike takes comfort, adjustability and confidence-inspiring power to the next level.

    During our inspection we adjusted the clutch and throttle cables, adjusted the drive chain, tightened heat shields, adjusted the headlight.

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  • 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder Convertible; only 4761 examples of...

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    1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder Convertible; only 4761 examples of this car were produced by General Motors. The 1964 Corvair was the recipient of some substantial upgrades including an increased engine displacement to 164 cubic inches, the addition of a transverse leaf spring which provided a more neutral handling and finned rear brake drums for increased stopping power. Although the additional displacement did not increase the 150 horse power from this turbocharged flat 6 it did increase the torque.

    This numbers matching Corvair Monza Spyder Convertible has under gone a complete cosmetic restoration from a rust fee original paint car. This Spider was stripped down to the bare metal and painted in the original color of Palomar Red. It is believed that the black interior including the carpets is original to the car. The mechanicals on the car have been refreshed and upgraded as required on this 51958 original mile car. The white top has been replaced and is in excellent working order.

    It appears that all components of this Spyder Convertible are in excellent working order and all work has been performed in a manner to keep this car in “as original condition”.

    This is an excellent opportunity to own one of the nicest examples of a Corvair Monza Spyder.

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  • 1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster black with red interior. Matching number...

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    1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster black with red interior. Matching number car. This is an absolutely beautiful older restoration.

    For fast response, please send us your phone number or email us at : Cantwelldy@mail.com

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  • 1957 Chevrolet 210 4 door Wagon (FL) - $10,000
    RWD. Exterior was...

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    1957 Chevrolet 210 4 door Wagon (FL) - $10,000
    RWD. Exterior was Turquoise, then painted Brown. New Interior seats. Boat seat, liner material, water proof. On the tree 3 speed manual transmission. Straight V-6 engine. Drum brakes. All original, #'s matching. Tailgate hinges need detailing. Trunk floors need work. E-brake is cut at the moment. Needs hauler. All the bushings need to be done. Rear axel baring seal needs work. New floors in the passenger area. This is a project car. Also have a video upon request.
    This vehicle is located in Miami FL 33133.
    Please call John @ 786-510-9552 to see this car.

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  • This 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra is a pre-production car that is not...

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    This 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra is a pre-production car that is not supposed to exist. A year early for the revolutionary 32-valve 4.6-liter V8, this is believed to be a 1 of 1 test bed for Ford. Saved from the crusher and instead given even more experimental components, this prototype Mustang’s story is worth its value price alone.
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    The story goes that car #3629 of the 4,005 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobras was plucked off the assembly line and chosen for a very special assignment. It was the first Mustang Cobra to receive the 4.6-liter DOHC V8. This motor wouldn’t be available to Mustang fans until the following year, and this was the car used as both a test bed and a show car for the now-famous powerplant (after all, Ford needed some advance time to get the enthusiasts ready for the motor that was going to replace the iconic 5.0.) When the spotlight goes away, we all know that prototypes usually meet a grim fate. The word is that this was scheduled to be crushed, but saved by at the last minute in one of those Motown backdoor deals that let a few concepts slip away (part of this legend includes that the deal was put together by a Roush engineer, and he possibly even made the car, engine, and other components as separate deals!) We do know that the coupe made its way to Colorado where John Ames raced it in SCCA events. But more than just a cool club racer, it also became a test bed for Zexel Torsen that included developing the T-2R race differential. So this car was actually a poster child for the 4.6 DOHC and the new racing rear end!
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    For a car that’s not supposed to exist, the Crystal White paint looks pretty darn good. That means even during its time on the track, this coupe was in the hands of professionals. Of course it also doesn’t hurt that it was treated to the new Cobra-correct Ford NOS headlights to make sure that this car is truly putting its best face forward.
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    Inside the saddle leather interior looks nicer than most other 1995 Mustangs. This prototype is a genuine Cobra, so you get all the right details like the correct air bag cover and white-faced gauges. It also comes with plenty of comfortable features such as power windows, power locks, cruise control, power seats, dual airbags, AM/FM/cassette stereo, and even ice-cold air conditioning.
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    Under the hood is the 4.6-liter V8 that was a worthy successor to the 5.0. It is believed to be the same engine that was installed when Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) plucked this car off the assembly line in the spring of ’95. One of this car’s previous six owners did polish some of the components, so it helps draw in the crowds before you wow them with your unique story. But this very special Cobra is not just good to show off; it’s ready to race, too. Fortified with Eibach lowering springs, Tokico D-spec struts, Ford Performance 1-1/2" front sway bar with dual clamp locks, and rear sway bar with triangulated Panhard bar bracing, this is a coupe that knows how to stay flat in the corners. Plus, control is well in hand thanks to the four-wheel disc brakes and the BF Goodrich g-Force tires on the correct Cobra R wheels. The T-45 five-speed manual was rebuilt by the current owner, and it still has the outstanding Torsen T-2R Traction Differential that this car helped develop into a must-have for performance Mustangs. Best of all, the moment you fire this one up, people hear the roar of the dual H-pipe exhaust. With no catalytic converter in the way, they will all know you have something special.
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    The prototype comes with restoration photos, title documentation, and info on plenty of articles written about this 1 of 1. There's a lot more info and components to mention, so call us for all the details. It’s an interesting story for a very affordable price, and there’s a race-ready incredible Mustang thrown in the deal, too! Call now!

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  • Of the dozens of Model A body styles, few are as universally loved as...

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    Of the dozens of Model A body styles, few are as universally loved as this 1930 Model A Sports Coupe. Practical yet sporty, it combines the comfort of a closed car with the rakish look of a convertible, and throws in a rumble seat just for good measure. This nicely finished example is ideally set up for tour duty, so isn’t it time you discovered what a treat these honest little cars really are?
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    The Sports Coupe offered a padded roof and landau irons that gave the impression of a folding top, but no, it's fixed in place, although the rear window curtain opens so you can talk to rumble seat passengers. Although Henry Ford didn't like reds because the paint was expensive, this one wears a correct shade of Ford Maroon, which gives it a very upscale look. Combined with black fenders and bright red wheels, it has a very correct look that suits its personality perfectly. The restoration is a few years old now, but still looks good enough to generate lots of appreciative looks out on the road. Model As have the ideal combination of “old fashioned car” looks with just enough style, compliments of Edsel Ford, to make them an enduring favorite among collectors. This one also demonstrates good panel fit with a hood that snugs down tightly and brightly painted body moldings that line up properly from front to rear. Dual side-mounted spares were optional, allowing for a practical trunk rack out back. And as a deluxe model, details like cowl lamps, a stone guard, and canvas spare tire covers really dress up the simple little A.
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    Part of the coupe’s appeal is the two-passenger sportiness and a cozy, weather-tight interior. The Model A is charming in its simplicity and offers quality materials and a feeling that you’re getting more than you paid for. The seats are covered in durable, comfortable cloth that features wide pleats that look period-correct. The controls should look familiar to anyone who's driven a Model A, with a big steering wheel and a chrome instrument panel in the center carries the basics, including speedometer, ammeter, fuel gauge, and ignition switch. A three-speed gearbox requires double-clutching, but its action is light and easy once you get the hang of it, and it really is a talent that every car guy should perfect. In back, flip up the deck lid to find space for two in the brown leatherette rumble seat, which can also double as storage for a week of touring.
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    Ford’s 200 cubic inch inline-four wasn’t a powerhouse, but its calling card is torque. The little engine makes wonderful noises and pulls smartly from just about any speed and in any gear. It starts easily with just a few turns of the starter and you have control over the ignition timing and idle speed from behind the wheel, so it's easy to fine-tune on the fly. It still uses a correct distributor with flat copper spark leads, although the carburetor is a later Tollitson unit that was a popular upgrade. Four-wheel brakes are mechanical, but don’t let anyone tell you that you need to “upgrade” to hydraulics, because they work just fine in the lightweight A. The chassis is spectacularly clean and the original 19-inch welded wire wheels have been adorned with correctly-sized 4.75-5.00x19 whitewalls that add an upscale touch.
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    Model As are wonderful little cars that make for the ideal starter hobby car. But you may find, like many collectors do, that you never quite outgrow the A and you’ll always want to have one around. Call today!

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  • Looking at this gorgeous 2008 Jaguar XKR convertible, we're reminded...

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    Looking at this gorgeous 2008 Jaguar XKR convertible, we're reminded just how much A-list performance and luxury you can get just by buying second-hand. Nobody will care that it's a few years old, they're simply going to think you're a player. Better yet, for the price of a 2-year-old Honda, you can have one of the most entertaining convertibles anywhere. That's really having your cake and eating it, too!
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    Of course, if you're going to have a Jaguar cruise missile like this, it really should be black. For a car that was knocking on the $100,000 door when it was new, the paint is absolutely gorgeous, despite a few signs of age and use. You really did get more, and somehow the guys in Coventry managed to do something magical with the finish, making it so deep and glossy that it almost looks like liquid money. The XKR was designed by the same fellow who penned many of the more recent Aston-Martins, so the shape is stunning, from the sloping nose to the bulging quarter panels that suggest great speed is on tap. It's every bit a Jaguar, a tip of the hat to the legendary E-Type without being a tribute or a replica. Fit and finish are exemplary, and the R models such as this one received those cool screened grilles up front, additional ducts on the hood, and four big exhaust pipes out back that sound simply amazing.
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    Inside, Jaguar's reputation for coddling isn't wasted. Velvety tan leather covers almost every surface and you'll feel like a million bucks every time you slide behind the wheel. By 2008, Jaguar had caught up with the 21st century, so everything was standard equipment, including a touch screen in the center of the burled walnut console. Anything that looks like wood really is wood, the switches and knobs are ringed in bright chrome, not plastic, and big, round gauges remind us that Jaguar takes driving quite seriously. Everything works properly except the AM band on the extraordinary stereo system, but then again, what exactly were you going to listen to on AM anyway? There's a pair of vestigial seats in back, but they're really not for humans, but they're beautifully upholstered anyway. Overhead there's a black canvas convertible top that stows itself in seconds and looks great up or down. And while it's not giant, you get a functional trunk that's beautifully finished, complete with chrome rub strips that are straight out of the E-Type coupe.
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    The 4.2 liter V8 was supercharged to the tune of about 400 horsepower, making this one fast cat. There's a lot of plastic shrouding on the engine, so it's not particularly exciting to look at, but nobody will aruge with how it works. There's a mountain of torque available at any speed, and stabbing the throttle will cause the 6-speed automatic transmission to drop down a gear or three and then things really start to happen quickly. Boost is instantaneous and the car lunges forward with a spectacular baritone wail from those pipes out back and it feels like it could pull forever. All this for less than $30 grand? Holy cow! It's been recently serviced and if you do some asking around, you'll find that these cars are apparently immune to the gremlins that plagued earlier Jags, so it's got many years of happy motoring ahead of it. The suspension is supple, the brakes are insanely powerful, and those giant 20-inch wheels carry staggered 255/35/20 front and 285/30/20 rear performance rubber.
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    Why buy new when a gently used and well-maintained A-list car is so accessible? This car is the hands-down winner in the current bang-for-the-buck contest. Call now!

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  • The list of plusses on this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle is pretty long:...

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    The list of plusses on this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle is pretty long: great colors, big block, factory A/C, awesome stance, and an affordable price tag. It's not a pedigree car, but if you have always wanted a Chevelle that can earn respect on the street and looks great doing it, this one is amazingly attainable.
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    Cortez Silver always makes Chevelles look expensive, but don't worry, this one keeps the important parts but leaves the expensive pedigree at the door. It isn't a real SS, but does it matter? It's got the right look, including a fully functional cowl induction hood and black SS stripes that are like a neon sign warning others that they're going to get whooped at the next stop light. The finish is quite good, particularly at this price, with a shiny finish that's the result of two-stage urethane being wet sanded and buffed properly. The hood fits well, which is important if you're using hood pins, and the silver seems to show off the dramatic body lines better than almost any other color; check out that low-angle side profile shot to see what I mean. A correct SS grille and emblems have been added, which is pretty much standard procedure in a tribute car, and they didn't skimp on the chrome and stainless trim, which all remains in good shape.
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    The bench seat gives it away as a non-SS, but that's also part of why it's affordable. The black vinyl upholstery is correct and in very good condition, showing no splits or tears and only light signs of age and use that are probably inevitable. The original gauges tell you about speed and fuel level, but someone has added additional dials under the dash to give you more important information. There's also a JVC AM/FM/cassette stereo and factory A/C, which is always a nice addition to the spec sheet. It's possible that the door panels are original, but the carpets are certainly much too nice so they're surely replacements, and the back seat looks like it's never been used. The trunk is covered in black carpets, which isn't necessarily correct, but it sure looks good and someone did a heck of a job with the installation.
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    On any Chevelle, what you want to see when you lift the hood is a big block, and the L78-spec 396 cubic inch V8 doesn't disappoint. It's quite authentic-looking under the hood, as if Chevrolet was building L78-powered A-bodies in 1972, and as I said, even the cowl induction air cleaner is right. There's also Chevy Orange paint on the block, proper chrome valve covers, and even the Quadrajet carb is the way the factory might have done things. It starts easily and idles well, so it's not radical, but there's a big hit of torque at almost any speed. The TH350 3-speed automatic seems to have great reactions and with a new Flowmaster dual exhaust system, it's definitely got the right sound. The floors are likely original and in good order, and the list of new components includes a fresh gas tank and new shocks. Highway-friendly gears in the 12-bolt rear end make it a great cruiser and the stance is exactly right. Fat 215/65/15 front and fatter 235/70/15 rear white-letter radials on polished Torque Thrust wheels certainly help with the street predator look.
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    A car that works extremely well just the way it is, and gives you a lot of performance for the money simply by virtue of being a tribute. There's certainly no harm in that. Call today!

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