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  • There’s no denying how hot the classic truck market is today. Sale after...

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    There’s no denying how hot the classic truck market is today. Sale after sale in our inventory of classic trucks shows us that collectors have officially taken note of America’s workhorses. Among those pickups, Chevrolet’s ’67-’72 models are one of the fastest growing subsections. Built at the height of the muscle car era, these pickups shared design cues and even powerplants with their high-performance siblings. With a correct stout 400, 700R4 transmission and subtle custom touches, this 1972 Cheyenne puts an emphasis on performance while retaining all of what made these trucks great in the first place. Covered in a fresh coat of Viper Red the truck offers crisp reflections and excellent panel fitment befitting of a quality show build. The body remains as GM designed it with nothing shaved or altered in any discernible way. The front end consists of a body-hugging chrome bumper, placed under a pristine egg-crate grille. The grille was a new design for the 1971 model year and this truck makes a strong argument for it being the most attractive of the ’67-’72 full-size front ends. Walk around the corner and clean amber side markers and new “400” badges cap the new front fenders, with “Cheyenne 10 Super ” script trailing behind the wheel well. As a product of the muscle car era, it’s only right that this C10 packs some cubic inches under the hood. Pop the hood and you’ll reveal a correct 400ci Chevy V8. In the center, a polished intake manifold sits beneath a Rochester 4-barrel carburetor that sits a chrome twin-snorkel air cleaner up top. At the sides of the engine Chrome valve covers rest on the heads that were decked .010. Within the engine you’ll find a mild Crane Cam, stainless steel valves, and Crane stud mounted aluminum rocker arms. Put the C10 on a lift and you’ll see that bolted to the Chevy big block is a THM700R4 that sends power to a restored 12-bolt that houses a 3.08 open differential. Under here you’ll see the original chassis is intact and looks to be in fantastic shape thanks to a fresh coat of glossy black. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Mercedes finally stuck its foot in the arena of a full size SUV to...

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    Mercedes finally stuck its foot in the arena of a full size SUV to compete with the extremely successful GMC/Chevy Suburban lineup. With this very capable and stylish SUV, the Mercedes brand takes one more step towards dominating the market in each category. Room for 8 passengers and still room in the back for luggage, pets, gear or anything else you want to conquer on your weekend road trip.

    Vehicle is in remarkable condition with very little wear showing on the interior leather or the exterior paint. Optioned with a long list of features that include; Navigation system, running boards, dual sunroofs, front and rear parking sensors, 20in alloy wheels, power rear lift gate, driver and passenger power seats with lumbar and memory, iPhone/iPad hookups, power folding mirrors, xenon headlights, power folding 3rd row seats, blind zone alert system and heated seats for the front occupants.

    Newer set of tires are already installed, brakes recently serviced and all books and both sets of keys accompany this go anywhere beast. With an original sticker price well over $70k, this is almost 50% off and only a small portion of the car has ever been used.

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

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  • Since its inception, the S-Class was built as the Flagship model for...

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    Since its inception, the S-Class was built as the Flagship model for Mercedes-Benz. These were and are big, luxurious cars built with big performance in mind. These cars debuted many of the company's latest innovations, including drivetrain technologies, interior features and safety systems. Furthermore the S-Class has ranked as the world's best selling luxury sedans.

    GR Auto Gallery is proud to offer this One owner, 2009 Mercedes-Benz S-550 4-Matic in Black over Savanna/Cashmere premium leather. This Mercedes-Benz S-Class is powered by the 5.5 Liter V8 producing 382 HP, 7 Speed Transmission and the power is applied by the best available all-wheel drive technology.

    This Mercedes was just serviced including new Michelin tires. Options include 4-Matic AWD, navigation, sunroof, in-dash changer, auxiliary jack, heated seats, cool seats, button start,, back up camera, heated mirrors, rear A/C, Harman Kardon audio system, power fold mirrors, key-less remote entry, satellite radio, park assist, and back up sensors.

    The Mercedes-Benz S550 is an important car built for important people. This car features all its original books, 2 complete keys/fobs, Mercedes-Benz medallion key chain, and a clean CARFAX.

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

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  • The Cobra name has a long history associated with the Mustang and in ’99...

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    The Cobra name has a long history associated with the Mustang and in ’99 Ford came out with an edgier rendition of the rounded look that preceded this model. Basically the same inside, but with more aggressive styling on the out made this a classic from the start. Of the 8095 Cobra’s produced in ’99 only 1287 were produced with in the convertible with the black on black color setup. Also debuted in the ’99 model was the new independent rear suspension that made handling more aggressive along with better power to the rear end.

    This black beauty comes to us from the original owner and has been pampered its entire life with zero abuse and only used sparingly on the nice summer days. Car retains the convertible boot cover, rear deck spoiler, full power convertible top, leather seats, fog lights, Mach 1 Stereo with CD player, traction control, and comes with books, remote and master key and the original set of wheels.

    With the amount of fun that you get out of this car for the money, makes this not only a fun purchase but one that should see prices stable without much depreciation down the road. Take this hand built engine out for a run and see what the American auto worker is capable of building with the right materials and proper design.

    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 excited to present this 1953 Willys Jeep Station...

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    GR Auto Gallery is excited to present this 1953 Willys Jeep Station Wagon for purchase. Before the SUV craze officially took over in the 1990’s, there were sport utility vehicles in different shapes and sizes decades before sparking debate of which was the first true SUV. One of the candidates is the Willys Jeep Station Wagon that was an all-steel body that combined passenger comfort with a tough 4-wheel drive platform Jeep is known for. The success of this model led to the Cherokee and the Grand Wagoneer giving it a leg up in the SUV founding father debate.

    This 1953 Willys is in excellent condition. It has been owned by the same person for almost thirty years where it has always been properly stored and maintained. It is powered by a rebuilt 350ci V8 out of a 1969 Chevrolet pickup. It has a 3-speed manual transmission, 4” lift kit, dual shocks, front winch, power steering, radio with cassette player, and a CB radio. The odometer shows the original mileage to the vehicle. The engine was replaced and rebuilt just before it rolled over 100,000. This vehicle runs and drives great, and it is a rugged 4-wheel drive beast that lives up to the Willys-Jeep namesake. This is a rarely found body style in such great condition. 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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  • Fun to drive and packed with plenty of bells and whistles, the 2008...

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    Fun to drive and packed with plenty of bells and whistles, the 2008 Mazda MAZDA3 S Grand Touring is not your typical compact budget sedan. Its 2.3 liter I4 produces 156 hp and with its 5 speed automatic-manual transmission the front-wheel drive S GT is capable of 30 mpg. It is loaded with safety features such as the 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS, dual front and side curtain airbags, traction control, stability control, tire pressure monitors and xenon headlamps. Other premium features include the fog lights, automatic headlights, rain sensing wipers, heated front seats, leather sport seats, a trip computer, a tachometer and a temperature display on the dash. Of course it equipped with wheel-mounted cruise control and audio controls for the 6 speaker Bose sound system. It also has a MP3 input, two power outlets in the center console, front and rear cup holders, tilt and telescopic steering and is optioned with Navigation, an in dash 6 disc CD changer, satellite radio and a power sunroof. On the outside 17 inch alloy wheels, side sills and a sport bumper help define the sporty profile of the 2008 MAZDA3 S GT. This two owner vehicle has just over 57,000 miles, has been serviced regularly and everything is working as it should be. The rear 3 windows have been tinted with 20% tint and it is equipped with an aftermarket remote starter that has an alarm system as well as keyless entry. The car has a current KBB retail value of $16,491 but we have priced it far below that for a quick sale! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com

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  • 30 years old and just getting started! This low 98k mile Carrera Coupe...

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    30 years old and just getting started! This low 98k mile Carrera Coupe is a European import since new which means more power from that already strong 3.2 liter engine. Comes with original books and records, rare 15x7 and 15x8 inch fuch's alloys, limited slip, strut bar, euro lighting, sunroof and Certificate of Authenticity.

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette Collector Edition for purchase. 1982 was the last year of the popular C3 “stingray” generation of Corvettes. Development was close to unveiling the C4, but then Chevy had to wait till the 1984 model year to roll it out. Some of this new technology ended up merging in to the Collector Edition including the first hatchback rear window available. The special color scheme inside and out along with unique badging, exclusive aluminum wheels, and cross-fire throttle body fuel injection. This Corvette lives on as the bridge of the 2 generations and the first Corvette to sell for over $20,000.

    This Collector Edition is a beautiful low mileage example in excellent and highly original condition. It has been garage kept and well maintained by the same owner since 1995. It is powered by the original 350ci V8 engine paired with the (special for 1982) 4-speed automatic transmission. It features power windows, working air conditioning, front disc brakes, power brakes, power steering, the original radio, and the original wheels. This is a great running car that is truly a special low mile find! Please call or email for details!

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

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  • Although the look is subdued, this 1971 Pontiac GTO hardtop is kind of a...

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    Although the look is subdued, this 1971 Pontiac GTO hardtop is kind of a big deal. It's one of only 532 built with the big block 455, it's loaded with options, and thanks to a frame-up restoration it's one of the nicest of its kind that we've ever seen.
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    OK, so the Quezal Gold paint is the height of '70s funky, but for those of us who dig the oddballs, it only adds to this Goat's appeal. Look beyond the color, however, and you'll see a car that was very nicely restored starting with a solid original body, so the results are quite impressive. Crisp detailing shows off the "eyebrows" over the wheel arches, the deep shine of the two-stage urethane paint, and subtle GTO badging that makes this car something of a sleeper despite being 100% stock. The body-colored grille and bumper assembly gives the early '70s GTOs a unique high-performance look that matches up with the hood scoops immediately above for a very cool look. The black vinyl top was also replaced during the restoration using correct materials and the fit is extremely good with no wrinkles or popped seams. There's a bit of shiny trim on the car, including optional stainless fender trim (shown on the build sheet) and the bright window surrounds, and it's all quite nicely finished.
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    The black bucket seat interior is just as it was ordered and the nicely cushioned bucket seats are some of the most inviting chairs we've seen in a muscle car. They're correctly done and lightly used, so they're comfortable without being worn, and a center console between them makes this a very desirable car. The instruments are probably original and in good shape, with a trio of aftermarket gauges under the dash. Options include factory A/C that works properly, an 8-track player down low that will still play your favorite tapes from that garage sale, and an AM/FM radio in the dash. The back seat looks almost completely unused, the door panels are correct replacement pieces, and the carpets are protected by a set of black floor mats that blend invisibly into the background. Hit the button and the optional factory trunk release pops the deck lid where you'll find an optional luggage lamp as well as a matching spare tire and wheel package with jack assembly.
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    Only a handful of GTOs received the 455 cubic inch V8, and this one carries what appears to be a code YC service replacement block dated February 16, 1971, so it's period correct. It was restored with some invisible upgrades inside, including a bigger cam that has a nice lope, 6-6 head castings, and a mandrel-bent exhaust system that sounds awesome. It wears correct Pontiac Turquoise engine enamel, a chrome air cleaner lid and twin-snorkel body, and proper finishes on the bare metal parts. The original, numbers-matching TH400 3-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt and reinstalled, along with the original 12-bolt rear end which carries easy-cruising 3.07 gears on a Posi limited slip. It's impressively tidy underneath with signs of having been driven (it's a very reliable cruiser that finished the 2009 Power Tour), but nothing that should scare you away. And while the build sheet says it came with honeycomb wheels, who doesn't love the industrial-strength look of painted steelies with dog-dish hubcaps and a set of fat 245/60/15 front and 275/60/15 rear BFGoodrich radials?
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    Rare and fast are great descriptors of this awesome GTO, but the look is what really catches the eye. If you like unusual performance, this car definitely delivers. Call today!

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  • We know that Cobra replica quality can be all over the map, but we...

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    We know that Cobra replica quality can be all over the map, but we invite you to examine this Backdraft Racing Cobra up close and personal, because it's one of the finest we've ever featured. Better still, it's got some unusual features, including a lovely light blue paint job that really stands out, and with 427 cubic inches under the hood, it backs up the look with plenty of go power.
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    It's Gulf Blue, a well-known and highly respected racing color from the period, and it looks pretty darned good on the Cobra. In truth, it's always nice to see non-traditional but period-correct colors on the replicas, suggesting that the guy who built it knew exactly what he was doing rather than just going with what he thought was pretty. If you know the Backdraft cars, you know that their workmanship is well-regarded in the Cobra industry and the fit and finish on this particular car is worthy of all the extra scrutiny it's likely to get at shows. White stripes are, of course, part of the package, but look closely and you'll see that there's a black outline that really makes the stripes pop. Just look at the overhead shot and tell me you don't love the look! It's set up as an SC, so it has the flares, the jacking stubs instead of bumpers, a chrome roll hoop, and all the other fixtures that define the Cobra today. And since this one was built to drive, there's 3M protective tape on the rear fenders to prevent chips and trick polished heat shields on the side pipes that might save your pants next time.
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    The interior is basic Cobra: wrap-around low back buckets, black leather, and minimal frills. However, for the business of driving, there are few better places to work. A fat leather-wrapped steering wheel communicates the front wheels' activities directly to you palms and even the shifter for the 5-speed gearbox has a slight forward cant to replicate the look of the original 4-speed. Attractive VDO gauges monitor all the important stuff and flip-up racing style toggle switches are just plain fun. No radio, no heat, nothing that'll slow it down, just pure performance that's in almost new condition. The trunk is reasonably spacious for tools and spares for your track day, and it does include a full tonneau cover that's probably a must-have for any Anglo 2-seater.
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    Tilt the hood forward and you'll find a legitimate 427 cubic inches of Jack Roush built muscle, neatly packaged in a lightweight small block package. A big Holley double pumper feeds an Edelbrock intake and the Roush emblems are proudly displayed on the retro-looking air cleaner and fabricated aluminum valve covers. It cackles through the side pipes like a machine that makes a real-world 530 horsepower and as you ease out the clutch in first hear, you'll understand why these cars remain so insanely popular year after year; the performance is explosive! The unique suspension includes a giant front sway bar and rack-and-pinion steering, and out back there's a BMW independent setup that's agile yet supple, making this a Cobra you could use every day. Power 4-wheel disc brakes are powerful enough to dislodge the fillings in your teeth and hide behind 17-inch Halibrand-style wheels that are absolutely perfect for a Cobra like this. Rubber is from Goodyear, measuring 235/45/17 in front and a giant 315/35/17 out back.
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    Beautifully built, insanely fast, and supremely competent in the corners, this is the Cobra we all wish for when we entertain the thoughts of building our own. So why wait, this one's ready to go now. Call today!

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  • For those of you who think that the muscle car era ended in 1970, let...

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    For those of you who think that the muscle car era ended in 1970, let this 1971 Chevelle SS454 serve as proof to the contrary. Numbers-matching, heavily documented, brutally fast, and exceptionally well-finished, this incredible LS5 Chevelle stalks the streets like the muscle car era never ended.
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    According to the original window sticker and build sheet, both of which come with the car, the only major deviation from stock on this amazing Chevelle is the color. However, given that the factory painted it Classic Copper, it's kind of understandable that during the bare-metal respray that they might want to show off a bit. So it was treated to basic black, and nothing looks better on a big block Chevelle than this formal tuxedo of a paint job. It is, as you'd expect, extremely nice and since they knew they were doing a color change, they went the extra mile to get it straight. White SS stripes are beautifully applied and belong on this car, which is unquestionably a real-deal SS454. It shows only the most minor signs of use, but there's no question this car was built to show off and aside from the inevitable small nick here and there, the sucker looks ready for competition at the highest levels. It also wears a correct black vinyl roof, which was how it came originally, and the replacement piece fits extremely well. Nice chrome, new emblems, polished stainless, and all the other little details are sharply detailed as well.
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    The car also came with Sandalwood interior, which has been swapped to white for great effect against the black paint. The seats are blindingly clean, but it's not overwhelming thanks to black carpets and a matching dash, which invert the exterior colors and give it a very inviting look. Given the car's pedigree, there are no major modifications or alterations inside, just nicely restored components that more than live up to the standards set by the exterior. Bright gauge faces (including a factory tach), an almost flawless steering wheel, and a center console make it feel factory-fresh inside. That window sticker I mentioned also includes a rather lengthy list of options, including factory air-conditioning, an AM/FM stereo radio, rear window defroster, tilt steering column, and a remote-control rear view mirror. Aside from the door panels showing a little bit of age, the interior is as nicely preserved as the interior, including the trunk which is properly finished with a correct mat and full-sized bias-ply spare.
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    The LS5 454 cubic inch V8 cranked out a stout 365 horsepower in 1971, yet was user-friendly enough to run power steering and A/C, making it the best of both worlds. Highly detailed, fully rebuilt, and numbers-matching, the engine has limitless reserves of torque and is just a quick wipe-down away from being ready to pop the hood at a show. Power steering and brakes are included, and the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission shifts without hesitation and powers a 12-bolt rear with Positraction. A detailed chassis shows quite well and includes a new dual exhaust system that sounds just right. Gorgeous factory SS wheels are arguably the best-looking OEM hoops of the era and carry F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas tires for a showroom-correct look.
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    Simply stunning in every way, fully documented and highly pedigreed, this is the Chevelle that you've been waiting for. And because most guys foolishly think the horsepower wars ended in 1970, it's a lot more affordable than some of its older siblings. Call today!

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  • This 1975 Ford F100 Ranger pickup is certainly an unusual find. With a...

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    This 1975 Ford F100 Ranger pickup is certainly an unusual find. With a 390 under the hood, great color combination and no signs of hard labor in its past, this is a unique opportunity to pick up an overlooked piece of Ford history.
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    You've seen other mid-70s Ford pickups clattering and rattling down the interstate, held together with wire and duct tape, but rarely do you see one this nice. This one carries sparkling black paint on smooth sheetmetal, this truck appears to have been well maintained from day one. The Ranger package was the top-of-the-line package for the F100 (remember, this was before Ford began building a smaller pickup called the Ranger), and offered a ton of chrome and stainless trim, including lots of brightwork on the flanks and rocker panels, as well as on the tailgate. There's also a matching chrome rear bumper, and the only modification is a spotlight mounted on the driver's door pillar, which is a cool accessory. With a brand new Duraliner bedliner, this pick-up is ready for duty!
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    The black interior offers carpets and fabric seat covers that give the Ranger an upscale feel. The upholstery is a very soft fabric that has an elegant touch to it that was so popular of 1970s luxury cars, and it looks extra sharp in the working-class pickup cab. Even the headliner is covered in the same fabric with luxurious stainless trim. Everything remains in good condition with little wear, even the carpets. The three-speed column-shifted manual transmission is a throwback to an earlier era, but it moves through the gears neatly and fits this truck's personality just fine. Compared to today’s pickups, the option list is light, but that's how it was with trucks in the days before they were luxury cruisers. A full complement of gauges keeps an eye on the engine with an AM/FM/cassette player providing tunes for trips to the hardware store or a local event.
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    Ford's rugged and torquey 390 cubic inch V8 provides the power, and it does just as good a job here as it did in the Mustang GTs of the 1960s. It's a clean engine bay that appears to have received necessary maintenance when needed. The painted Ford blue motor is a nice contrast to the black fenders, with a nice flash from the chrome air cleaner. With a swell of torque, and a wonderful sound from the dual exhaust system, you'll enjoy piloting this big truck as much as any vintage muscle car, and performance is quite good. The chassis doesn't seem to have seen abuse in its lifetime, and power steering with power front disc brakes provides some extra comfort and confidence.
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    For those who appreciate something a little out of the ordinary, this F100 is for you. Pickup trucks will always have a special following, and you can be certain that Ford's halo workhorse from the '70s will have plenty of attention. Call today!

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  • This is it, your last chance. This is a real-deal 1969 Camaro Z/28 with...

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    This is it, your last chance. This is a real-deal 1969 Camaro Z/28 with matching numbers, all for an insanely affordable price. Now obviously it's not a trailer queen, but these are fast approaching six-figure territory, making this cool Z/28 RS a rather exciting find today.
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    Shockingly enough, this is an original code 72 Hugger Orange car that was repainted some years ago to a more subtle and stealthy Cortez Silver and I like it! Paint and bodywork are actually quite good save for a few marks on the hood, but you'll be having so much fun at 6000 RPM that you'll hardly give it a second thought. Even with black stripes, this is a very subtle hammer for prowling the streets and chances are that nobody will notice what a ferocious piece this is until it's way too late. A few dress-up pieces like the bright chrome bumpers, "gill" inserts on the quarter panels, and proper RS hidden headlights give it a precision look and the cowl induction hood is always a welcome option on a high-performance car like this. A ducktail spoiler out back makes it look suitably racy and all the proper Z/28 badges are in place.
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    Basic black has always suited the Camaro best, and with the Z/28's all-business attitude, the surroundings are ideally suited to high-performance driving. The buckets wear quality reproduction seat covers that are more defined then most and the door panels are nicely rendered with great bright trim. Lots of desirable options include a center console, factory tachometer and clock (it still works!), and the gauge package ahead of the shifter. Somewhere along the line, someone added a JVC AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit to the dash, but nothing was cut or damaged so going back to stock won't be a problem. Or maybe you just like it the way it is because the song of the 302 is so much better than anything on the radio anyway. Floor mats are there as a precaution and to keep the carpets in shape and that grab handle for the passenger is probably more useful in a Z/28 than any other Camaro. This car also sports a recent trunk mat that fits very well, plus a full-sized spare and jack assembly.
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    Experts will be pleased to note that the original, numbers-matching DZ-code 302 remains under the hood, cackling and snarling like it should. The bright Chevy Orange paint, finned valve covers, and functional cowl induction air cleaner all add to the performance air under the hood, and it's got all the correct little pieces, too. Check out the oversized pulley for the alternator, the factory intake and 4-barrel carburetor, and reproduction decals as needed. A few modifications make the most of the deep-breathing 302's abilities, including a set of long-tube headers and a fresh 2.5-inch exhaust system that sounds absolutely spine-tingling at full bore. The 4-speed snaps through the gears with authority and a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end keeps up with the 302 without complaint. The underside hasn't been restored, which is partly why this car is so affordable, but few Camaros can match the driving experience of the Z/28, so you won't mind the dirt. Correct Rally wheels offer the right look and carry low-key blackwall radials for an even stealthier look.
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    This car gets the important stuff right and delivers it at an amazingly affordable price. It also sports the somewhat unknown hidden partial VIN on the cowl to further prove this cars collectability. We can guarantee this Z won't last long, so call today!

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  • We're finally seeing the 1971-73 Mustangs come into their own as...

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    We're finally seeing the 1971-73 Mustangs come into their own as legitimate collectors' items, and while this awesome 1971 Mustang Mach 1 sportsroof isn't perfect, it's a very cool vintage Mustang with a few tricks up its sleeve.
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    The longer, lower, wider Mustangs have a look that's always polarized Mustang faithful, but I, for one, like the way the "flatbacks" look and always have. You can see how the amazing 1970 models evolved into this car and many of the same design cues are here that you'd find on its more expensive siblings. The color is a modern burgundy metallic that's pretty close to, say, 1993 Electric Red, and looks good from any angle, It was done a few years ago, so there are a few signs of use, but if you want to get some attention, this Mustang will definitely deliver in a big way. Mach 1 stripes were added during the build and although it's just a code 02 Mustang fastback, we think these cars look unfinished without the aggressive satin black details. They got the important stuff right, adding a chin spoiler, NACA (not NASA!) ducts on the hood, and a wing on the trunk lid, making for one heck of a good-looking Mustang. The '71s are nice because they have a bit of chrome on the nose to offset the voluptuous new sheet metal, and the bumpers on this car shine up beautifully.
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    It's quite possible that the interior is entirely original, and with high-back bucket seats, it's still a great place to do some serious driving. The Comfort-Weave upholstery remains in excellent condition for its age with only minor wear in the high traffic areas and the fold-down back seat looks almost new. A center console dresses up the shifter so it's not just sticking out of the transmission tunnel and a set of contrasting black and white floor mats match the steering wheel wrap. Original gauges include a tach and auxiliary gauges in the center stack and the factory AM/FM radio has been replaced by an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. Original carpets might be showing a few signs of age but it would probably be a mistake to replace them given how nice the rest of the interior is, and the trunk is outfitted with matching black carpets and a space-saver spare.
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    Properly built, the 351 cubic inch "Cleveland" V8 builds plenty of horsepower and torque and loves to rev. With an Edelbrock intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor, MSD ignition system, and long-tube headers, they've done all the right things to help this engine get the air in and exhaust out through those oversized ports. Chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner dress up the engine, which also wears a fairly recent coat of Ford Blue engine enamel that really pops against the satin black engine bay. Plenty of torque means the FMX 3-speed automatic transmission doesn't have a lot to do most of the time and 3.00 gears out back make it a comfortable cruiser on the highway. The underside wears a fresh Flowmaster exhaust system and looks pretty darned good for being 43 years old and newer Mach 1 alloys from a late-model have been fitted for a cool OEM look.
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    This is a great time to grab an affordable early '70s Mustang because they can only go up from here. This cool fastback has a lot going for it, most notably a very attractive price. Call today!

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  • Don’t look now, but clean pickups like this 1984 GMC High Sierra are...

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    Don’t look now, but clean pickups like this 1984 GMC High Sierra are gaining some momentum in the marketplace. A lot of guys grew up around trucks just like this and fondly remember the days of square bodywork and traditional V8 horsepower, making good ones highly-sought collectors' items today. This gorgeous blue pickup is no exception.
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    The paint and bodywork were restored about eight years ago, and it still looks awesome. Unlike so many vehicles in 1984, this one got some timeless colors that still look great today and were accurately reproduced in modern urethanes when the time for a repaint finally arrived. Factory style two-tone gives it a longer, sleeker profile, but there’s no denying that the GM pickups of this era were great-looking vehicles. This one has led a good life, too, with straight sheetmetal, good gaps, and a shine that's probably better than 1984 paint could muster. A billet grille makes the front end look a little bit custom, but with big, red GMC lettering, there's no escaping what kind of truck this is. There's a rubber bed mat and what might be original paint underneath, showing that this truck never really worked very hard but doesn’t mind putting in a long day now and then. All the original brightwork remains, including some really nice chrome bumpers, a diamond-plate tailgate protector, and oversized mirrors.
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    The largely original interior offers handsome and plush blue upholstery to tie in perfectly with the exterior, and it’s all in very good condition, especially considering its age. The instrument panel offers a complete array of gauges that are all fully functional, all visible through the spokes of a custom leather-wrapped Grant steering wheel with a GMC horn button to make it look OEM. You’ll also note factory A/C, which was recently serviced and converted to R-134a, and a vented rear window for the more mild days. The entertainment system is about the only part that isn't stock, with the factory radio being replaced by a Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit in the original location. A set of heavy-duty floor mats protect the plush blue carpets (unusual for a pickup) and there's an aftermarket cup holder in the dash that's a sorely needed upgrade for those of us who actually drive our toys.
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    The 350 cubic inch V8 engine appears to be a replacement block installed sometime I the truck's past. It's not stock, however, and now sports the usual upgrades that include an Edelbrock intake manifold and Holley 4-barrel carburetor, chrome valve covers and air cleaner, and some bright ignition wires. It's got a clean, well-maintained look although it's not a show truck, and with power steering and brakes, it's easy to handle regardless of the load. A 700R4 4-speed automatic gives it long legs, so you can turn up the A/C and unwind without listening to the engine screaming at you and the 2-speed transfer case allows it to climb through the slop without working hard. A dual exhaust system gives it a nice rumble and upgraded shocks were part of the 2.5-inch lift that gives it that towering stance. Handsome Pro-Comp polished aluminum wheels are recent additions and wear fat 32x11.50-15 BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A radials.
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    Don’t underestimate the appeal of these full-sized trucks, which not only look great, but are fantastic drivers, and this one is nicer than most. Call today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith equipped...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith equipped with a 6.6L 624HP V12 engine and a 8-speed automatic transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous two-tone Smoky Quartz (Dark Metallic Grey) and Silver Sand (Metallic Sand, across front bonnet, top, and rear trunk) then two-tone Dark Spice (Dark Grey) with Oatmeal ( Light Tan ) full leather interior along with rich Wood Veneer trim throughout.

    This Wraith is in "brand new" condition and comes well optioned including:

    + Navigation

    + Camera sys

    + Power adjust / heated / cooled seats

    + Bluetooth

    + Premium audio w/ 16 speakers with subwoofers, CD/DVD

    + Satellite radio

    + Voice recognition sys

    + Soft close suicide style doors

    + Park assist sensors

    + Fixed glass sunroof

    + Lane departure warning

    + Heads-up display

    + 21" Seven Spoke polished sport wheels

    ...plus much much more!!

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  • This 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo has a 3.6 Liter Twin Turbo Charged Flat 6...

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    This 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo has a 3.6 Liter Twin Turbo Charged Flat 6 (480 HP/ 460 Ft Lb), Tiptronic Transmission w/ Steering Wheel Controls, Bose AM/FM/CD/NAVI Stereo, Rare Sycamore Trimmed Vents, Center Console, Door Panel Parts, Defrost Vent Trim, Sycamore Wood Grain Steering Wheel, Leather Sport Seats w/ Leather Backs, Silver Faced Stop Watch, Heated Seats w/ Power Adjustment, Suede Headliner, Sunroof, Power Mirrors, Integrated Bluetooth Phone,19” Turbo Wheels w/ Bridgestone Potenza Radials, Rear Back Up Sensors, Active Rear Spoiler, Red Brake Calipers, LED Daytime Running Lights, Clean Auto Check Showing Two Owners & No Accidents, Very Clean & Beautifully Optioned Turbo Porsche 997!!

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  • This 2009 Harley Davidson Road King Classic has a 103c.i. Fuel...

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    This 2009 Harley Davidson Road King Classic has a 103c.i. Fuel Injected V-Twin w/ Cam Kit & Shaved/Ported Heads, 6-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Belt Drive, Paul Yaffe Handle Bars, Green LED Glow Lights, Blacked Out Front Fairing & Shaded Windshield, Coated Performance Exhaust 2 into 1, FBI Extra Wide Saddlebag ($1,100 Option), Well Appointed & Accessorized Bike. Too Much Chrome & Custom Accessories to List. Buy it & Ride it Anywhere! Owned by Experienced Multi Bike Owner!

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  • This 1999 Porsche 911 Cabriolet has a 3.4 Liter Fuel Injected Flat 6...

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    This 1999 Porsche 911 Cabriolet has a 3.4 Liter Fuel Injected Flat 6 (296 HP/ 258 Ft Lbs), 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Removable Hardtop, Gray Power Soft Top, 8 Way Power Seats (Drivers & Passenger), 3 Position Memory Seat, Techart Body Kit w/ Spoiler, Chrome Exhaust Tips, 18” Wheels w/ Gold Center Caps, Continental Sport Contact 2 Radials, Power Mirrors, Power Windows, Power Locks, AM/FM Stereo w/ 4 Disc CD Changer, Automatic Climate Control, Keyless Entry, Techart Pedals, Clean Auto Check Showing No Accidents, Wonderful Driving, 2 Top Porsche 911 Convertible w/ 6 Speed Transmission!

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  • This 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has a 350 C.I. LT4 (330 HP/ 340 Ft...

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    This 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has a 350 C.I. LT4 (330 HP/ 340 Ft Lbs) V8, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Clean Auto Check Showing No Accidents, Power Windows, Power Mirror, Power Locks, Power Seat, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Traction Control, Fog Lights, Trip Monitor Computer, JVC AM/FM/CD/MP3 Stereo, Removable Body Colored Targa Top, Tinted Rear Window, Front License Plate Cover, 17” Aluminum Corvette Wheels w/ Radial Tires, Keyless Entry, Dual Air Bags, Original Owners Manual & Top Wrench, Extremely Clean LT4 Red/Red Corvette That Looks as Good as it Did New!!

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  • This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Conv. has a 327 C.I. (250 HP) Numbers...

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    This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Conv. has a 327 C.I. (250 HP) Numbers Matching V8 w/ Carter 4BBL Carb, 4 Speed Muncie Transmission, Independent Rear w/ 4.10:1 Ratio, Correct Nassau Blue Exterior, Correct Black Vinyl Interior, Correct 15” Finned Knock Off Wheels w/ White Wall Radials, Teakwood Steering Wheel, Two Speed Wipers w/ Washers, Power Antenna, AM/FM Stereo w/ CD Changer, New Gauges w/ Clock, 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, Highly Detailed & Period Correct Engine Compartment, New Convertible Top, Dual Exhaust w/ Stainless Tips, Nicely Restored, Correct Color Combination Mid Year Corvette Convertible!

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  • 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo &amp;#8211; Pace Car 374 of 400 3.4L...

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    1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo &amp;#8211; Pace Car 374 of 400 3.4L / 210 HP fuel injected motor. 4 speed automatic transmission. Painted Bright White with Brickyard 400 emblems. Light Beige &amp;amp; Black leather seat interior with console. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Factory AC / Heat / Defrost / rear defogger. Tilt column. Remote driver-side mirror. Power door locks &amp;amp; windows. Delco AM/FM/CD player. 6 way power seats. Brickyard 400 package to include rear wing spoiler, accent stripe, dual sport mirrors, 16&amp;#8221; Factory White Aluminum wheels. Strobe emergency flashing lights. Led the August 6, 1994 race at the Brickyard 400 Inaugural Race where Jeff Gordon finished 1st. Also comes with memorabilia to include jacket, pennants, tickets to the original race, poster, pins, and much more. With only 31,910 original miles on the vehicle and factory Window sheet. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevrolet inventory. Own a piece of NASCAR history with an original Pace Car to add to your collection for $19,900

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  • Original Pontiac Formula, same as the poster car they used for...

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    Original Pontiac Formula, same as the poster car they used for advertising(Yellow and grey lower). Car has been repainted by previous owner to black and is a Hard top car. Built with a fresh mid 90's LT1 350 and 700R4 and I also have the 4th gen rear end just not installed yet. Still running the original 3:23 posi formula rear end at this time. Run's low 13's with the gearing set up on the 1/4 mile. Original black untouched interior.

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  • Quite possibly the ultimate culmination of six generations of America’s...

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    Quite possibly the ultimate culmination of six generations of America’s sports car, this world class Corvette is a great example of what happens when top-notch technique meets first-rate componentry. And if you’re a discerning buyer who’s ready to go big and drop jaws, it’s just the classic you’ve been dreaming of! Not completely devoid of character, like so many traditional, era-correct restorations, this road-ready coupe is an exhilarating combination of retro glitz and modern glam. Appearing both solemn and official, its Jet Black paint reflects an excellent shine that literally glows when crouched under the sun. That modern two-stage covers a clean body, which displays no sign of botched repairs or historic damage. And the result is one stunning, arrow-straight showpiece that has no gremlins, suffers no thin spots and displays a level of finish that’s worlds above assembly line fodder. Spinning 505 SAE-certified horsepower into a massive 470 lb./ft. of tire-shredding torque, the lightweight LS7 rumbling beneath the car’s hood is a technological testament to the old rule: more cubic inches equals more horsepower! Behind that stout small block, a fresh Tremec 5-speed twists torque to a rugged, aftermarket third member. That first class drivetrain rolls on a fourth generation Corvette independent suspension that’s sandwiched between fresh QA1 coil-overs, high quality Vette Brakes & Products control rods and a Jamison’s Custom Corvette frame. Turns come courtesy of modern power rack and pinion steering. Smooth and solid stops are provided by a winning combination of bright red calipers and big, vented rotors. And power flows through mirrored, ZR1-style wheels, which spin Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs. If you’re looking for a razor-sharp sports car that offers vintage style and top notch performance, your search is officially over. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to pick up this fully sorted pro-tourer and enjoy the road without worry!

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  • Thanks to a passionate and knowledgeable fan base, there are plenty of...

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    Thanks to a passionate and knowledgeable fan base, there are plenty of nicely restored Corvettes out there but standing out in the crowd can be a challenge. This 1957 Corvette roadster is one of 65 to leave the factory in Inca Silver and allegedly just one of 10 to pair that hue with Venetian Red. Topped with white coves, a black convertible top, and show quality trim, the car presents with authority. Flip the hood forward to find a 283ci V8. Believed to be the original engine, the block sports a '57-exclusive 3731548 block casting alongside a July 24th assembly date and an EG suffix code. The setup relies on a high-lift cam, an aluminum intake, and a pair of tagged Carter four-barrels to turn out an impressive 270hp. Behind the 283, a floor-shifted Saginaw 3-speed, also believed to be original, spins power back to an 8.2-inch drop-out axle. The double A-arm front and leaf spring rear suspension are in place, aided by axle straps out back. In the corners, manual steering and drum brakes team up for a lively driving experience. At the corners, 15-inch wheels with full Corvette covers and Firestone wide white walls finish the look. Inside the car, a Venetian Red interior not only contributes to the car’s alleged 1 of 10 status but also creates a comfortable space for two with extras like a deluxe heater, courtesy lights and a factory tachometer. The stereo has been upfitted with a modern head unit that controls a 10-disc CD changer on top of its AM/FM duties. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information on this unique 1957 Corvette roadster!

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  • 1978 Volvo Bertone 262c for sale (TN) - $20,000
    This 1978 Volvo Bertone...

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    1978 Volvo Bertone 262c for sale (TN) - $20,000
    This 1978 Volvo Bertone has been featured in several magazines and won 1st place in car shows.
    It is rare in its self because it was the 596th of 1300 built that year.
    As you can see from the pictures she has been painted Porsche Guards Red.
    The interior is all original in Italian black leather.
    'But as you can see by the pictures it's not a regular Volvo.
    Every time I'm out in this car men and women alike are drawn to it!
    75k miles since the restoration. Power mirrors & widows.
    It has a ZZ4 small block, Holley 4150 Street Avenger,
    Edelbrock dual plane air gap, Lunati cam,
    Pete Jackson cam gears, 700 R4 Trans with 1800 stall converter,
    Volvo Metric Dana 30 with locker, IPD poly bushed links,
    IPD sway bars, IPD Springs, new bfg 255/60 rear
    and 205/50 16 front, Migila 1000 Wheels and more.
    Don't let this one get away.
    Call Greg @ 865-254-5384

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  • Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this AWESOME 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air...

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    Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this AWESOME 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop Sport Coupe Sierra gold and Adobe Beige Cream leather interior with 63 impala buckets and custom console with I-Pad all new gauges and shift light wonder bar stereo leather steering wheel tilt column rack and pinion system (flaming river). Vintage air conditioning electric wipers interior completely dynamat all new factory tinted glass New trim handle door sills and matching seat belts. Drive train consist of 1 fresh crate motor ZZ4 350ci355hp 5 speed overdrive Tremec transmission new 373 gears wilwood disc on front centerline wheels extreme performance tires cool-it radiator Demon carb porcelain headers MSD ignition fuel management system electric fuel pump. LED running lights. original jack and spare tire well. Car starts first bump never overheats with or without air conditioning. Equally as beautiful as it comfortable. This car has won several first place trophies.

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  • off road since 1990,until i restored it last year.many new parts,plus...

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    off road since 1990,until i restored it last year.many new parts,plus rechromed bumpers needs regulator gear in lt. 1/4 window,motor is fine.Duane 607-754-2659 qualified buyers maybe eligible for nationwide shipping, and extended warranties.call 855-600-7750

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  • I have a 2004 Commemorative Edition Z06 number 574 of 2025 made. It only...

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    I have a 2004 Commemorative Edition Z06 number 574 of 2025 made. It only has 6,400 miles on it. Stock except for B&M short shifter and C6 shift knob.

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  • Single family owner. All original, no modifications. Everything works...

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    Single family owner. All original, no modifications. Everything works but it needs some body work and a new paint job. Straight body never wrecked. Runs great.

    Make an offer...family estate sale.

    Haggerty has the FMV between $4,000 and 9,000.

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  • Movie star looks on a Wal-Mart budget is the magic of the R107...

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    Movie star looks on a Wal-Mart budget is the magic of the R107 Mercedes-Benz SL. Cars like this 1978 450SL convertible pack all kinds of charisma, great performance, and bulletproof hardware, they look like they should cost a million bucks, yet are remarkably affordable. If you want to get noticed in a car, this is probably the most affordable way to do it!
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    Hard to beat a 2-seat convertible in bright red, and even conservative Mercedes-Benz put the bright paint on their color chart in 1978 knowing that some folks just wouldn't have it any other way. Given the impressive quality of these cars, it shouldn't be a surprise that it's still wearing its original paint which is proof that it's led a good life. Sure, it might show a few signs of its three-and-a-half decades of life, but there's absolutely no need for a repaint if you just want to drive and have some fun. Most importantly, this is a southern car so it hasn't been slogging through winter weather for years and as a result the doors slam with that precision that you almost can't find today. Americans have grown accustomed to the heavy rubber and chrome bumpers so they give the car a substantial look and remain in very good shape, as does the rest of the bright trim. Heck, this one's so original, it still carries its selling dealer's badge on the deck lid!
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    The optional red leather interior is a fantastic upgrade over the usual MB-Tex vinyl that was standard equipment in these cars. Again, it's unlike Mercedes to be so flashy, but it totally works in this 2-seater. The seat covers are remarkably well-preserved, suggesting that even though it's a convertible, it was always properly protected when not in use. Things like the door panels and dash pad are in very good condition and the deep, plush carpets haven't faded in the sun, another very good sign. These cars came loaded with every feature they could think of in 1978, including power windows and locks, A/C with a recent R134a refrigerant upgrade, and even a rear defroster in the removable hardtop. The wood paneling is real wood, and aside from a newer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the dash, it's completely stock and factory-correct. The trunk is reasonably spacious and beautifully finished with matching carpets and there's a folding conver5tible top that makes this a year-round cruiser.
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    The 4.5-liter V8 engine really needs no introduction. Powering Mercedes-Benz automobiles for a decade, it is smooth and torquey, and if properly maintained, will run practically forever. This one starts easily and idles with a precise mechanical feeling that's quite different than the isolation chambers we're used to today, but no less pleasant. Fuel injection gives it sharp throttle response and the flexible power curve makes it fast without feeling like it's working too hard. A 3-speed automatic transmission seems a little syrupy at first, but you'll find that the faster you go, the better it works. In fact, that goes for the suspension and brakes, too, which were bred for the autobahn and make this car supremely competent on American roads. The exhaust has a pleasant bubbly V8 sound and those "pie crust" Mercedes-Benz alloys are almost as distinctive as the car itself and are wrapped in recent General radials.
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    These cars remain perennial best-sellers here at Streetside Classics because they represent performance, style, and value, and this one is no exception. Call today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon equipped with a 5.5L 575HP Bi-Turbo V8 engine and a 7-speed AMG (auto & sport shift) transmission. This car is finished in a beautiful Iridium Silver exterior color and Black full leather interior along with Brown Satin Ash wood and brushed aluminum trim and Silver contrast stitching throughout.

    This AMG wagon is in "like new" condition and comes well optioned including:

    + Navigation

    + Rear camera

    + Homelink sys

    + Bang & Olufsen sound

    + Driver assist pkg

    + Power adjust / heated / cooled front seats

    + Memory driver seat with massage

    + Parking assist sensors F/R

    + Power tilt / sliding sunroof

    + AMG Carbon Ceramic brakes

    + Bronz colored calipers

    + 19" Silver painted AMG sport wheels

    ...plus much more!!

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  • 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 2 Dr Convertible 454 big block Chevy....

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    1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 2 Dr Convertible 454 big block Chevy. 4 Speed Manual Transmission. Marina Blue Exterior. Blue vinyl bucket seat interior with full center console. Power Steering. Power Brakes. 12 bolt rear end. Chrome Dress Kit. Dual exhaust with manifolds. White Canvas Power Convertible Top. Factory In-dash clock and tachometer. Delco AM Radio. Rosewood Steering wheel. 15&amp;#8221; Rally Wheels with Redline Polyglas tires. True Impala SS car (Code: 16867). Call (830) 629-4843 for information on this, or any of our other classic Impala inventory

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  • You can make the argument that Ford invented the pony car, but the...

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    You can make the argument that Ford invented the pony car, but the Camaro perfected it. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has the look, the sound, and the performance that you've always hoped your next collector car would offer, all at a very attractive price.
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    The color looks like Cordovan Maroon with black SS stripes, and it's both sporting and sophisticated. Finish quality is quite good and the stripes were buried under the clear, so it has a seamless look that suggests a lot of money went into the cosmetics. Camaros don't hide bad body work very well, so the straight quarter panels and good gaps are a testament to both quality base stock and impressive effort by the guys tasked with putting it all together. A professional color sand and buff would really make this F-body pop, but even as it sits, it fulfills all those study hall daydreams you had back in the day. The chrome and bright trim is mostly refinished, although the bumpers may be original, a testament to the care this car has enjoyed over the years. Outfitted with correct SS badges, cool clear headlights, and a cowl induction hood, it has a performance look that stands out with the details.
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    The black bucket seat interior was restored with the bodywork, and the quality seat covers show a bit of age but remain inviting and free of rips or tears. Newer carpets and door panels look good while the dash is probably original. The factory gauges covered only the basics of speed and fuel level, so a set of auxiliary instruments were fitted below the dash in the usual location just ahead of the horseshoe shifter for the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission underneath. New weather seals and window felt seal it up well and help control squeaks and rattles in the 50-year-old F-body, and compared with a similar Mustang of this vintage, the Camaro feels decidedly more modern from behind the wheel. The back seat looks almost new and the trunk is bare spatter-finish paint that could use a fresh mat but also doesn't have much to hide.
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    The 350 cubic inch V8 is an interesting find. Taking from a 1984 Corvette with Cross-Fire fuel injection, it has a few noteworthy upgrades for duty in the Camaro. First and foremost, the finicky injection system is gone, replaced by an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, along with a set of chrome valve covers and matching air cleaner. On the other hand, the serpentine belt accessory drive is a good upgrade for reliability and fits neatly in the Camaro's engine bay. Power steering and power front disc brakes make this Camaro very user-friendly around town, and the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission never seems to be in the wrong gear. Long-tube headers feed a new Flowmaster dual exhaust system that sounds awesome, and there are recent shocks all around plus composite springs in back to help with the ride. Big Cragar mag wheels make the car sparkle and carry 235/60/15 front and 245/60/15 rear white-letter radials that still have a lot of life left in them.
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    Not perfect but not expensive, either, this Camaro offers a fantastic look, plenty of power, and excellent fundamentals for the guy looking to live the dream. Call today!

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  • Every time we think we've found the perfect bargain Mustang, another one...

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    Every time we think we've found the perfect bargain Mustang, another one shows up and blows us away. This handsome 1966 coupe has a lot of appeal, from its gorgeous two-tone interior to the potent 289 under the hood. It's one of those cars that you couldn't possibly duplicate for the asking price, and works as great as it looks.
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    There's something unassuming about a Wimbledon White Mustang. Sure, Carroll Shelby used Wimbledon White on his early GT350s, but on a car without the aggressive racing stripes, it's easy to under-estimate it. Fortunately, this lovely coupe has a lot of attitude, and isn't afraid to show it. Paint and bodywork are very well done, and the Mustang coupes somehow have a unique combination of style and sophistication that makes a performance version that much more appealing! It's a stock look and crisply executed and the paint has a soft shine that looks exactly good on the Mustang body. The 289 badges are legit and the vintage look is topped off with rally wheels wrapped in white wall tires.
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    Pony interiors always add value, but when they're as well done as the red and white combination in this car, you'll want to get in and drive all day. Wimbledon White with a red interior is a classic combination, and the white inserts on the seats keeps it from being red overload. Patterns and materials are authentic, and it shows almost zero wear. Fresh carpets, new door panels, and a taut headliner make it feel like new, and a removable console with cup holders adds some convenience. A white, 3-spoke steering wheel has been fitted, a cool twist on the usual wood-rimmed piece, and the stereo is a retro AM/FM piece that has an iPod/auxiliary input located in the ash tray.
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    This Mustang did leave the Metuchen assembly plant with a C-code 289 under the hood, so the 289 that lives in this engine bay continues with the stock theme. The engine bay remains simple with just hoses, wires, and belts being replaced as needed. A 3-speed automatic transmission transfers the high-revving motor's power, while it breathes through an exhaust system that creates a pleasing and familiar rumble. It's an honest cruiser that is devoid of gaudy modifications or unnecessary upgrades. Putting the rubber to the road is 195/75/14 Hankook H714 radials at all four corners.
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    When you can have a reliable V8 powered Mustang for the price of a used compact car, how can you go wrong? This '66 Mustang is the perfect car for the classic car enthusiast, or a companion that you can drive and enjoy. When cars that are a bargain like this come through our showroom, they don't last long. Call today!

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  • This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is pro-touring done right. Nicely finished,...

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    This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is pro-touring done right. Nicely finished, it offers a cutting edge fuel injected powertrain, all the creature comforts, and a big helping of respect for the original design. Arguably the best-looking Camaro ever built, it only gets better with the application of modern tech.
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    This is a real-deal SS396, but that's probably not relevant anymore and if you cared about matching numbers, you wouldn't be drooling over this incredible Hugger Orange hardtop. They've invested a ton of hours in the restoration of the shell, and it more than measures up to the other cars you see at your local cruise nights. Great panel alignment, plenty of time spent blocking the bodywork, and crisply rendered white SS stripes on a cowl induction hood all add up to a Camaro that gets a lot of attention everywhere it goes. RS headlights, a blacked-out SS grille, and all the proper badges (including the '396' emblems it was born with) give it the look of a fresh restoration, not a modified car. But then again, the stance, the oversized rolling stock, and the instant ignition will always tip folks off that not everything is as it appears.
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    A 1998 Camaro gave its life for the construction of this car, and that includes the bucket seats, which have been reupholstered using houndstooth material that will make folks do a double-take. Far more supportive than the original chairs, these deeply bolstered buckets are the right choice when your car has the capabilities of this SS. A woodgrained wheel, horseshoe shifter, and factory gauges keep it looking stock, but the amazing thing is that it's all been tweaked to work with the modern powertrain underneath. That means no cheesy gauges hanging under the dash, no excuses about non-functioning speedometers, just a fully-sorted resto-mod that works like it should. You'll note that there's a tilt column, upgraded air conditioning, and the horseshoe shifter now manages four gears instead of three. A powerful Kenwood AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo slips into the dash where the factory radio used to be and the trunk is outfitted with a correct mat and full-sized spare.
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    The heart of this car is a 1998 Camaro LS1 V8, and the all-aluminum engine does wonders for the early Camaro's handling. Expertly installed by Marc Byers right here in Fort Worth, it features a full Painless Wiring conversion harness so everything works like it should with no cutting and splicing that can hurt reliability. It's been painted Chevy corporate orange so it has an old-school look and the firewall has been smoothed to showcase the modern engine. Corvette coil covers are a popular upgrade for all LS1 engines, and this one also features a big aluminum radiator with integral cooler for the 4L60E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Wilwood supplied the master cylinder, which acts on upgraded front disc brakes and a Detroit Speed & Engineering A-arm front suspension improves handling and gives the car that awesome rake. A custom-built Moser 12-bolt rear end is stuffed full of 3.73 gears, so feel free to stomp on it because the hardware can take it. Twin Flowmasters offer a remarkable sound behind the LS1 engine, and the staggered 17- and 18-inchTorque Thrust wheels are traditional yet modern with a custom offset out back to eliminate the need for tubs.
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    Beautifully built and fully sorted, this is the kind of Camaro you've always dreamed of building. Why not buy a turn-key car instead? It's got just 4000 miles on the build, so it's ready to rock. Call now!

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  • The list of fascinating features on this 1966 Ford Mustang High Country...

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    The list of fascinating features on this 1966 Ford Mustang High Country Special fastback is rather impressive. It's one of only 20 such cars (2+2’s that is) ever built, it's a real-deal 289/4-speed car, has an original interior, and comes from single family ownership. If you're not familiar with the High Country Special, it was a promotional Mustang for dealers in the Rocky Mountains, showcasing a few appearance modifications and a unique pedigree.
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    High Country Specials only came in Columbine Blue, Timberline Green, or, as seen on our feature car, Aspen Gold. In the marketing materials, these were totally unique colors although this one is pretty close to Springtime Yellow, and thanks to a recent freshening it looks pretty darned good. No modifications aside from the parts that went into the High Country Special package, which included the special badge that came with the car to be affixed by the selling dealer. Fastback Mustangs are red-hot right now, and their values are out-pacing even the convertibles, so this one wasn't modified or altered from its original form during the cosmetic makeover. Panel gaps are decent and the paint shines up beautifully, showcasing the downright beautiful lines of the Mustang 2+2. Most of the chrome trim is new, including the bumpers, and the glass is in fantastic condition for its age.
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    The interior of this car remains almost entirely original and shows off good, clean living with a single family over the past five decades. The bucket seats don't show any rips or tears in the material and remain comfortable for cruising. There's also a fold-down rear seat that looks virtually unused and a set of excellent black door panels. All 1966 Mustangs got the '65 GT's 5-instrument gauge panel, with a big central speedometer flanked by auxiliary gauges, and the three-spoke steering wheel is factory-issue as well. The 4-speed shifter falls easily to hand and makes driving this little pony a real joy, so much so that you may never even turn on the AM radio that's still in the dash. Aftermarket floor mats protect the original carpets, although it could use a new trunk mat (inexpensive and easy to find). On the other hand, one glance in the trunk will convince you that this particular fastback has led a very easy life.
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    You could get any engine you wanted in a High Country Special, and the grandfather of the current owner specified a C-code 289 with a 2-barrel carburetor. Rated at 200 horsepower, the torquey small block V8 is entertaining on the road, particularly with the 4-speed at hand. It's nicely detailed in Ford Blue engine paint and carries all its original gear, including the big air cleaner, stamped steel valve covers, and cast iron exhaust manifolds, so it's unlikely that it's ever been raced or abused. The correct factory tags remain on the intake and carburetor, more evidence of a clean, original car, and it sports a brand new dual exhaust system that sounds just right. The undercarriage is in good order with a sturdy 8-inch rear end full of 2.80 gears, so it's a fantastic highway cruiser. Factory wire hubcaps and 6.95-14 whitewall tires complete the High Country Special look.
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    Rare, attractive, and properly optioned, this is a desirable car no matter how you look at it, and five years from now this price is going to seem like a bargain. Call today!

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  • Made famous on the big screen by Burt Reynolds, black Trans Ams have...

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    Made famous on the big screen by Burt Reynolds, black Trans Ams have been seeing a huge rise in popularity lately due to the disposable income of the people that cherished these cars in their youth. This 1978 Pontiac Trans Am is an excellent, and clean example, of a highly desirable muscle car that delivers iconic looks.
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    Finished in glossy Starlight Black paint with gold graphics, this Trans Am is a nod to the SE cars we grew to love in our youth. Bodywork is very straight, which is critical in a black car, and gaps are good all around. Even the deck lid spoiler fits well, something that was even hard to get right when the cars were new. The unmistakable gold firebird decal on the hood was the car's defining styling element, and it is in excellent shape, as are the rest of the decals which appear new. Those decals continue the homage to an SE car with correct German script 'Trans Am' lettering, gold decals, and gold headlight inserts.
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    Black was the interior of choice with your all-black Trans Am, and it looks simply amazing in this car. The cloth seats are supple and comfortable, and there are no splits or tears anywhere in the interior. Door panels are also excellent, and the carpets are undamaged by the sun or wear. The gauges are all fully functional, and live inside a dashboard dressed up by Pontiac's traditional, gold machine turned gauge panel which remains bright. An Alpine AM/FM/CD player, air conditioning, power windows, and a center console round out the impressive list of equipment in this Trans Am, and a beautiful gold, 3-spoke steering wheel tops a tilting column. As a non-T-top car, the structure is stiffer and more rigid, and the interior is largely free of the squeaks and rattles that often plague the open cars.
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    In 1978, the 400 was rated to make 220 horsepower, and could be paired with either the 4-speed manual or automatic transmission, as in this car. The horses are increased by a mild cam and the engine has been coated in Pontiac Turquoise paint that carries chrome valve covers, and a shaker-style hood scoop. The rest of the engine bay is exceptionally clean, and there are no signs of rust or accident repairs, everything appears new and fresh. The 3-speed automatic shifts cleanly, and power steering with front power disc brakes prove that Americans were starting to discover handling in addition to simple brute horsepower. With a rumbling dual exhaust and those gorgeous gold snowflake wheels, this is still a car that gets respect on the streets, even 36 years later.
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    Nearly everything hints to a Special Edition Trans Am, and although it's not a true SE car, it could certainly fool the untrained eye. It still has iconic good looks with that highly desirable color combination. Trans Ams rarely come into our showroom in such great condition, clean, and are certainly never as nicely done with the attention to detail put into this one. Call today!

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  • The Big Three all rolled out compacts in the early '60s, and Dodge's...

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    The Big Three all rolled out compacts in the early '60s, and Dodge's Dart GT was the standard bearer for the Mopar crowd. With a 273 cubic inch V8 that loves to rev, lightweight bodywork, and a capable suspension, this 1965 Dart GT is affordable fast fun that's also a little out of the ordinary.
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    The neat little Dart got all the same cool styling tricks that its big brothers received and looks like nothing else on the road, then or now. Obviously inspired by the jet age, the look is instantly identifiable as Mopar and it's obvious that they didn't skimp on design even though the Dart was built to be affordable. Code 8 Yellow is this car's original color and they did a pretty good job of matching the original hue when they repainted it a few years ago. Nice bodywork shows rather well with the light color, and the many interesting features that highlight the Dart are shown in crisp detail. Thanks to two-stage urethane paint, the shine is impressive and makes the car look a lot more expensive than it is. There's also plenty of chrome, which helps hide its economy car origins, including the ports just behind the front wheel, the stainless trim that highlights those "mini fins" atop the rear quarters, and a pair of bumpers that look great. The black vinyl half roof adds some contrast and is also in excellent condition.
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    As a real GT, bucket seats and a console are welcome upgrades. Very cool seat upholstery highlights a functional and attractive interior, and thanks to a fairly comprehensive facelift a few years ago, it remains in very good shape. Simple door panels are highlighted by bright trim that works well with the highly detailed instrument panel which has the look of a high-end clock from the '60s. A big round speedometer anchors the dashboard, with square auxiliary gauges just to the right and a tachometer discreetly tucked into the dash between the radio and ignition switch. The center console manages the shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission and the original AM radio, complete with matching white faced dial, is still in the middle of the dash. Despite the "compact" categorization, there's a big trunk out back which is ideal for cruises and long-distance trips and includes a fitted mat as original.
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    The 273 cubic inch V8 is the car's original powerplant and makes all the right sounds when you turn the key. Don't let its size fool you, because taking weight out is the same as putting horsepower in, so this Dart is entertaining on the street. It's detailed with bright red engine enamel, a set of finned valve covers, and the original air cleaner up top. The engine's been warmed over a bit with a cam inside that gives it a somewhat racy idle, plus an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold to help it breathe a little better. Twin Flowmaster mufflers give it a burly tone that's in character with the GT's mission and there are plenty of recent service items on the chassis. Factory Rallye wheels fit the car just right and carry 215/70/14 white-letter radials that make it look sporty.
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    Surprisingly fast and very affordable, this entry-level muscle car offers a lot of fun with a rarity that'll get everyone talking. Call today!

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  • Cars like this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop remain popular year after...

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    Cars like this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop remain popular year after year, and it’s easy to understand why. They're handsome, comfortable, reliable cruisers that pluck at a lot of people's hearts. If you're like us, and all too familiar with looking at red and black '57s all the time, it looks simply stunning.
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    Finished in correct Code 815 Colonial Cream with an Onyx Black top, the paint is clean, with crisp reflections, and the bodywork was well executed with tight gaps. Signs of a substantial investment in time and effort to get the panels straight and ripple-free. All of the chrome looks fresh, possibly re-plated, and given the costs of such work these days, it probably accounts for half the restoration costs. The stainless looks clean and recently polished. The gold anodized Chevrolet emblems front and rear, as well as the distinctive quarter panel inserts, are all in good condition. Black 14'' rally wheels complement the black top nicely.
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    Inside, the lovely black and silver interior is the perfect contrast to the Colonial Cream and Onyx Black body. Silver vinyl seat covers lay over the front and rear bench seats and contain black cloth inserts. There are no wrinkles or misaligned seams, suggesting that someone definitely took their time, and new foam underneath ensures your comfort. The dash houses factory gauges, and the bright strip of trim that extends from end to end shows the correct finish and texture. A reproduction AM/FM/Cassette player has auxiliary input capabilities, and the factory steering wheel and a manual shifter connect the driver to the road.
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    Power comes from a 283 cubic inch V8, which has been nestled into a stock looking engine bay with a painted firewall. It's devoid of any flashy chrome or huge performance upgrades, it remains as the factory intended, right down to the oversized air cleaner. Correct Chevy Orange paint has a nice period feel, and doesn't look super-shiny, which always makes a car seem over-restored. It spins a 4-speed manual transmission. The dual exhaust system has a healthy rumble, but isn't overpowering. And it rides on a set of 225/70/14 BF Goodrich radials that stop with power front disc brakes.
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    Despite GM building record numbers of 1957 Chevys, they remain in demand today. This speaks to both their enduring appeal to buyers as well as their inherent quality. This one, with a nice drivetrain make it reliable and comfortable, is a great opportunity to own an icon. Call today!

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