1968 Impala Wagon Big Block - California car, rust-free, super straight...Read more
1968 Impala Wagon Big Block - California car, rust-free, super straight body, nice paint, original 396/350hp big block with turbo 400 automatic transmission, 12 bolt rear, Strong Arm tubular suspension, Air Ride Technologies air ride system with shockwaves, 20" Coys wheels, power steering, power disc brakes, custom leatherette interior, bucket seats, console, tilt wheel, Dakota Digital dash, big sound system, Vintage heat and air, car drives and rides amazing. See the walk-around video.Read less
1929 Ford Model A Roadster for sale (OH) - $21,900Read more
1929 model a ford...
1929 Ford Model A Roadster for sale (OH) - $21,900Read less
1929 model a ford roadster pickup
390 miles since a complete frame off restoration.
it sports a professionally built oak bed that is a, one of a kind, real eye catcher.
it is equipped as follows;
la baron bonny folding top
1 year old battery
powder coated wheels with 4 new white wall tires
cast iron brake drums
dual fender mounted spares with ford logo covers
s s front bumper
s s radiator stone guard
motor meter radiator cap
nu rex alternator
leakless water pump
air maze air filter
cowl lights with turn signals
wood steering wheel
oak bed with locking compartment for side curtains & ect.
custom interior with carpet
dual side rear view mirrors
if you are looking for a model a that will turn their heads you can't do better than this one and priced to sell'.
Call John @ 330-337-6986
WOW! AMAZINING PICTURES.Read more
1950 Mercury deluxe 4-door for sale (OHIO) -...
WOW! AMAZINING PICTURES.Read less
1950 Mercury deluxe 4-door for sale (OHIO) - $50,000
-House of Colors Candy Brandywine over solar gold
-Nosed pecked, removed bumpers, ghost flames on hood
-Matching flathead V8
-Warner 5 speed with overdrive
-Dual master cylinder with booster
-Cruise control with vintage air
-Dakota digital dash
-Air Ride Tech Air Ride
-Dropdown DVD for back seats and wireless headphones
This car is a beauty and will go quick!
Please call Margaret @ 218 287 5840 to see the car or make an offer. This is a TRUE classic.
In the Shelby world, the big block GT500s are what get fans all excited,...Read more
In the Shelby world, the big block GT500s are what get fans all excited, but it's easy to forget that if you wanted a Mustang that would chase Corvettes around a race track, the GT350 remained the best choice. And while they're a little more affordable than their big block siblings, sometimes it's better to just build your own and get it just the way you want it. That's the case with this 1967 Shelby GT350 tribute, which offers small block power, impressive handling, and an awesome Shelby look.Read less
Bright Candyapple Red is a no-miss color for any hi-po Mustang and when dressed in correct Shelby Lemans stripes, it's a look that is as attractive as it is intimidating. Now just because this is a tribute car doesn't mean it was inexpensive to build, and you can see that thousands of hours and dollars were poured into the finish. Straight bodywork, crisp details, and a lot of proper Shelby design cues make it look quite convincing; if not for those oversized wheels, it would fit right in at SAAC conventions. Hood pins hold the hood down, scoops on the C-pillar and quarter panels replicate the Shelby look, and there really aren't many cars better looking than the '67 Mustang fastback. Finish quality is really impressive, with a brilliant shine and a deep, rich color that you could swim in. The close-set fog lamps were outlawed pretty early in '67 Shelby production, but not because they don't look cool, so they went on this tribute along with fresh bumpers and polished stainless trim.
The interior got the full Shelby treatment, too, with gorgeous bucket seats freshly upholstered in black vinyl just the way the factory did it. A wood-rimmed steering wheel with a Shelby horn button is a little thicker in the rim and a little smaller in diameter, but it looks very traditional. A full set of gauges, including a big tach strapped to the steering column, monitors the hot small block up front and there's a Hurst cue ball just to your right. As a tribute, they could afford to take a few liberties, so they added a powerful Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo system, A/C, and drilled aluminum pedals on the floor just for effect. There are also white-faced auxiliary gauges under the dash and no center console, which is apparently how Ol' Shel himself preferred it. It also includes fold-down rear seats and a trunk fitted with a spare and jack, so you know they weren't about cutting corners on this build.
We have receipts on the build of the stroked 351 cubic inch V8, with a parts tally adding up to more than $9500. Then add the block, the labor, the machining, and the dyno testing (434 horses and 422 pounds of torque, by the way), and you have one expensive piece of hardware. The engine bay is quite nicely detailed and mixes traditional looks like the Cobra dress-up kit with modern tech like the MSD ignition and an aluminum radiator. A T-10 4-speed manual channels torque aft to the 8-inch rear with 3.80 gears inside, so this sucker scoots! Long-tube headers and cackling Flowmasters give it that familiar Ford performance sound and 17-inch Halibrand-style wheels are the perfect fit for this awesome Shelby tribute.
We like to think Carroll himself would smile at this cool fastback because it combines horsepower and handling in just the right combination, making for a very entertaining and charismatic ride. Call today!
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2009 Audi R8 equipped with a 5.2L...Read more
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2009 Audi R8 equipped with a 5.2L 520HP V10 engine and a 6-speed tiptronic (auto & sport shift) transmission. This car is finished in a stunning Metallic Silver exterior color and Black leather interior along with Carbon Fiber trim and Alcantara headliner. This rare 2009 v10 also is currently under audicare warranty!
This is an exceptionally clean R8 that comes well appointed including:
+ Carbon Fiber blades
+ Rear camera
+ Homelink sys
+ Power adjust / heated seats
+ Carbon Fiber interior trim
+ Alcantara headliner
+ 19" Silver painted sport wheels
+ Black calipers
...plus much more!!Read less
Extremely rare 2005 Ford GT finished in stunning mark iv bright red over...Read more
Extremely rare 2005 Ford GT finished in stunning mark iv bright red over ebony black interior. This well cared for machine has only 1035 miles from new! It was optioned from the factory with all four oem options. The upgraded bbs wheels, macintosh stereo system, painted stripe application as well as brake calipers painted in red option. From day one its paint has been protected with the application of a 3m clear bra at a cost of over $2800. There are no chips or scratches on this magnificent vehicle. Included in the sale is both keys, manual, original window sticker as well as oem car cover just as it left the factory. A recent full annual service was just completed. Fully serviced and ready for its next proud owner.Read less
Correct Goodwood exterior, green interior. Numbers matching 435hp...Read more
Correct Goodwood exterior, green interior. Numbers matching 435hp 427ci engine, 4 speed transmission. This Corvette was delivered to its one and only owner on 3/9/1967. The paint on this corvette is 95% original. Just installed new white wall , bias ply tires to give it that original look and stance. With just over 35000 miles this car drives and handles like it did from the factory. Original, unrestored survivor. This stunning '67 is well-documented with both its original tank sticker and protect-o-plate. This car is the real deal, don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to have this rare original.Read less
2006 Ford GT finished in Midnight Blue Metallic over Ebony Black...Read more
2006 Ford GT finished in Midnight Blue Metallic over Ebony Black interior. ONLY 192 units ever left that factory in this RARE color.This modern classic comes to us with ONLY 3,322 miles! Equipped with the "optional" White Stripes, Macintosh Stereo and red brake calipers. This "Race car" for the streets comes from the factory equipped with a 5.4L supercharged V8, 6-speed manual transmission, stainless steel dual exhaust, 18" front 19" rear wheels with BRAND NEW Eagle F1 supercar tires just installed and fully speed balanced. A full clear bra protection on the front end and all leading edges from new has kept the paint on this car as it left the factory. Brembo front/rear 4 piston disc brakes, Sparco leather sport seats with carbon fiber structures, air conditioning, leather wrapped steering wheel, power windows/locks/mirrors, HID headlights, solar tinted glass, and a Ford GT Car Cover with bag. This Ford GT just had its annual fluid/filter service via Authorized Dealer and is completely ready to go.Read less
The third generation of the legendary SL Series of Mercedes Benz...Read more
The third generation of the legendary SL Series of Mercedes Benz automobiles, this 560SL represents the last of the line and best of the R107 Series cars. The R107 replaced the "pagoda" R113 cars in 1972 and was in production until 1989 - an astounding 17 year production run - when it was replaced by the advanced R129 series cars for the 1990 model year. In typical Mercedes fashion, this car was developed using proven components from its regular production sedans. Basically, the chassis components from the popular mid-sized W114 were mated with the larger engines from the S-Class cars and wrapped in a crisp, modern and timeless body to create one of the most recognizable cars in history.
As was common practice for Mercedes, the car was continually developed throughout the production run. Suspension was tweaked, styling gradually updated, interiors modernized and engine capacities increased - culminating in the 5.6L V8 powered 560SL you see here.
The driving experience in a 107 Series car is like few others. Less sports car and more luxury touring car, the 560SL car presents the driver with solid, honest feedback and a level of comfort and practicality found in few other 2-seat roadsters. Cars were fitted with both hard and soft tops, creating a true all-season vehicle. Coupled with the powerful and smooth 5.6l V8 from the 560SEL sedan, the 560SL also has the power to get you where you want to go swiftly and safely.
Black Horse Garage presents to you this wonderful, low mileage 560SL finished in charcoal gray over palomino interior. The paint is in very nice condition displaying excellent gloss and depth with few flaws. It runs and drives very nicely and would make a fantastic day-to-day driver for any enthusiast. This 560SL is a wonderful example of Mercedes-Benz' engineering brilliance. A full complement of service records is available for viewing by appointment.
Please call John Buonanno for any question, his cell phone is 203 947-5293 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead less
1953 MG TD Roadster1953 MG TD, matching numbers, white with black...Read more
1953 MG TD Roadster1953 MG TD, matching numbers, white with black interior, includes soft top as well as the side curtains to go along with the car. excellent candidate for an easy restoration and the motor turns freely by hand. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.Read less
1975 Porsche 9141975 Porsche 914, chassis#4752908531, burgundy with...Read more
1975 Porsche 9141975 Porsche 914, chassis#4752908531, burgundy with brown interior, nice body, and very presentable car. Excellent weekend driver that is mechanically sound. For $8,950If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.Read less
1956 Jaguar XK140MC Drop Head Coupe1956 Jaguar XK140MC Drop Head Coupe,...Read more
1956 Jaguar XK140MC Drop Head Coupe1956 Jaguar XK140MC Drop Head Coupe, silver with white interior, and wire wheels. Drop Head Coupes for restoration are becoming very hard to find. This is an excellent restoration candidate with a strong running motor that has been sitting for many years and deserves to be restored. For $44,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.Read less
1958 Jaguar XK150 Roadster1958 Jaguar XK150 Roadster, matching numbers,...Read more
1958 Jaguar XK150 Roadster1958 Jaguar XK150 Roadster, matching numbers, red with grey interior, and wire wheels. Same owner for many years and it has been sitting, excellent original candidate for restoration. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.Read less
1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 2891966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289, navy...Read more
1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 2891966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289, navy with blue interior, manual transmission, and sitting for many years. Excellent car for restoration and the motor turns freely by hand. For $14,750If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.Read less
ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS CUSTOM STREET ROD !! THIS...Read more
ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS CUSTOM STREET ROD !! THIS AWESOME PICK UP IS POWERED BY A FRESH FUEL INJECTED 350 LT1 ENGINE LINKED TO AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. LOW LOW MILES ON THIS BUILD MAKE IT THE ULTIMATE SHOW AND GO CRUISER !!Read less
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED ON CAPE COD, MA *** What we have...Read more
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED ON CAPE COD, MA *** What we have here is a stunning example of the 1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe. This car has less than 1,000 miles on it since completion of an extensive restoration four years ago. This Model A is painted in a beautiful , rich Brown with complementary Black fenders and running boards. On the interior she is clad in a like new Tan Cloth that sets the car of perfectly. This 1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe has been upgraded with hydraulic brakes, turn signals and gearing to drive comfortably at 55 mph. She is still a 6 volt car and has had the Generator upgraded to an Alternator; a very common and desirable change. As part of the restoration, the entire drive train was rebuilt. The engine received the hardened valve upgrade to allow for use of unleaded fuel (93 Octane is used currently). She has a rumble seat for the kids or anyone you might like to drive for an ice cream, the canvas is in top-notch condition as is the bright work and all the chrome. The Sport Coupe also has a large rear window that can be opened to let the air through the car and to keep and eye on the rumble seat occupants; just a beautiful car. This is a solid #2 show car and if not driven sparingly since restoration, would be a #1. This restoration was done properly and anyone would be proud to own and to show this car anywhere. If you think that a car such as this belongs in your collection, then call now to discuss a viewing and purchase. The car runs and drives beautifully and will make a significant contribution to the right collection. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. We can arrange for transportation anywhere worldwide; call for a quotation. If you want to know more about the car - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 If you would like to talk about a purchase - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 My name is Paul please call me direct with any questions - my cell phone is always with me at (978) 771-8375 or you can email me anytime at email@example.com I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly pick you up at the airport or deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN WEST DENNIS (CAPE COD), MA *** *** FINANCING AVAILABLE PLEASE CALL ***Read less
Sporting a stellar combination of classic style and modern performance...Read more
Sporting a stellar combination of classic style and modern performance this awesome coupe wraps a 375 horsepower LS1 Corvette motor, a rock solid T56 6-speed transmission and a track-ready Penske Racing rear end in a custom leather interior and a clean black exterior. This awesome ’55 coupe underwent a two year professional frame-off restoration which included superb bodywork and 100% stock sheetmetal. That sheetmetal was topped with a slick coat of black basecoat/clearcoat paint which adds a sinister twist to the car’s traditional 50s class; and as hot rodders tend to do, that paint’s finish work was carried well beyond anything the factory could have imagined. Take a peek under this car’s smooth, rolled hood and you’ll find a stout 5.7 liter LS1 Corvette V8 which produces a solid 375 horsepower. Behind that engine, a proven Borg Warner T56 6-speed transmission easily handles anything the stout small block V8 throws its way. Behind that transmission, pocketed leaf springs, Caltracs style traction bars and wide mini-tubs frame a new Penske Racing Ford nine inch nodular rear end that’s equipped with both a Penske stamp and 3.45 gears. Stops are provided by a power four wheel disc system which utilizes big Wilwood calipers to squeeze equally large rotors. And grip comes courtesy of sticky 225/45ZR17 front and 275/35ZR18 rear BF Goodrich G-Force Sport radials which rotate around slick Billet Specialties Fast Lane wheels. Inside the car, traditional Bel Air style has been augmented by a high level of customization and a close attention to detail. Good quality and good taste never go out of style and this ’55 Bel Air is all the proof you’ll ever need!Read less
Life started for this gorgeous black ’66 Mustang when it was originally...Read more
Life started for this gorgeous black ’66 Mustang when it was originally ordered by Jack Swain a sales manager for Johnny Bolton Ford in Maitland, Florida. From there, it was taken to the famous Winter Nationals in Daytona Beach, Florida. The car was sold as a demo in March of 1966 to Herbert Yeager. Yeager owned the vehicle for over 50 years, and in that time cared for his ride and made sure it stayed out of the elements. Extremely well documented, backed by its original numbers matching K-code drivetrain, and fresh off a frame-off restoration, it doesn’t get much better for Mustang enthusiasts.Take one glance at this ’66 Mustang’s super slick body and you’ll see what high quality craftsmanship that is performed by a dedicated group of individuals truly looks like. Those individuals work at a place called Classic Muscle Motor Company in Daytona Beach. It's obvious that Ford has always sweated the details on the Mustang. This example sits today with all its original sheetmetal still intact, and thanks to the highly detailed restoration, presents a finished, high quality appearance that goes far beyond its nice paint. Up front, a stainless grille which hangs a pristine corralled pony emblem between intricately detailed fog lights, sits above a body width chrome bumper. Pop the solid steel hood and you’ll find the original K-code 289 cubic inch Ford V8. At the top of the engine, the fully rebuilt original Holley 4-barrel carburetor holds a correctly decaled chrome air cleaner, which is fitted with a cool Ford wing nut. What would an excellent restoration be without a great foundation? Take a look under this Mustang and you’ll find solid, rust free red floors that are highlighted by a lot of fresh paint and some serious restored hardware. Behind the hot 289, the original numbers matching Toploader 4-speed manual transmission turns the original tried and true Ford 9-inch rear axle. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.Read less
Hi-Performance Cars magazine in a L48, L82, and LS4 comparison test,...Read more
Hi-Performance Cars magazine in a L48, L82, and LS4 comparison test, September 1973, said: "Our choice for the all-around best performer must go to the base 350 L48 engine...The L48 delivers all the acceleration you'll ever need on the road in a steady, forceful manner...in addition it runs cool, idles smoothly, and can cruise all day at 100 mph.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this highly original 1976 Chevrolet Corvette L48 Coupe. The car is optioned with Leather Seats, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Radio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Factory A/C (in-op), 4 Speed Manual transmission, Console Gauges, Luggage Rack, T-Tops, 15 Inch Rally Wheels. It retains is original numbers matching motor and most of its original components including ignition shielding. Other features include headers, BF Goodrich T/A Tires, owners manual, and added Side Pipe exhaust. The car features 73729 believed to be original miles, much of its original paint, original interior and untouched original underside. Mechanically the car runs out and drives well. It accelerates strong in every gear, Shifts Smooth and brakes straight.
Big Bang for the Buck offered here. Call or email for more info!!
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We are pleased to present this Venom Motorsports prepared 2009 Jeep...Read more
We are pleased to present this Venom Motorsports prepared 2009 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 Custom for $79,900. This is a one enthusiast owned Jeep that was purchased from Harold Ziegler Jeep in October 2008. The vehicle was delivered in Sunburst Orange Pearl Metallic Paint over two-tone Dark Slate Gray / Medium Gray interior. The Jeep came fully optioned with Customer Preferred 24S Package with consisted of Air conditioning, 17 Inch Aluminum Wheels, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, Cloth Seats with Adjustable Head Restraints, Height-Adjustable Driver Seat, Full Length Floor Console, Temperature and Compass Gauge, Fog Lamps, Two Front Tow Hooks, Rear Tow Hook, 4 Speed Automatic Transmission, Tubular Side Steps, and Black Soft Top. All this served as a base for much greater things ahead.
The vehicle now sports a new 6.4 Liter VVT Hemi engine rated at 500HP mated to a Sheradon built 545 RFE Automatic Transmission. The suspension consists of 2.50” King bypass reservoir shocks that are fully adjustable and a complete Teraflex long arm kit including front and rear adjustable track bars.
There are plenty of very cool accessories that come with this outstanding offering including: Terraflex Big Brake Kit with slotted rotors, Terra Flex Trackbars, 4.88 gears in Currie rear 60 and Superior chromoly axles and gear set in front dana 44 sleeved and gusseted housing. The transfer case is the Rock-trac 4:1 and includes the factory electric locker for front differential too.
Mickey Thompson Limited Signature Series Limited Edition Wheels skinned with meaty BF Goodrich Mud Terrain TA’s, MagnaFlow Exhaust, Fully Integrated Custom Roll Cage by Hard Rock 4X4,Ron Davis Racing Products radiator and fan assembly, Factory Hard Top with Removable Roof Panels, Custom Fabricated Hood, 8000 LB Front Winch, Rigid LED Light Bar, Custom Installed Sound System, A Large Conga Rack to Carry all supplies, Vintage “Big Chief” Badging and Two 5 Gallon Auxiliary Fuel Cans.
This enthusiast owned Jeep has been a work in progress since its original purchase in 2008. Most recently, a new Chrysler 6.4 Liter VVT Hemi engine installed April of 2014 installed by the renown Venom Motorsports of Grand Rapids, MI. It has been used as a daily driver as well as on excursions into the wild. The appearance and cosmetics have been constantly looked after weekly by one of the best detailing services available and this Jeep Custom remains in excellent overall condition.
This 2009 Jeep Custom has countless uses from getting the groceries to getting completely out of dodge. It is equipped for full expedition into some of the most remote corners of the earth. Well over 120k was spent on this Jeep to bring it to where it is today, and with fresh, powerful mechanicals, there is plenty of adventure to offer. Form does follow function in this very attractive piece. All components were purposely thought out and applied to this vehicle with safety and performance in mind. All components were professionally installed, no corners were cut in the assembly of this outstanding Jeep. Turn the key to your next adventure. Documentation includes original window sticker and purchase documents, all research and receipts of the build and maintenances.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.comRead less
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback.Blue with White stripes. Original front and...Read more
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback.Blue with White stripes. Original front and rear windshield and side windows. My car has the original 289 engine. I have converted the front brakes to disk brakes with new brake booster. T-5 5 speed manual transmission. Under 500 miles on the tires and new rims. She drives like a dream. Has many new parts.Read less
New radiator. Nov 18,2013
New Mustang Pedal Assembly with cable clutch and power brake conversion. Oct.23 2013
New Mustang Disc Brake proportioning valve.Feb. 26,2014
New Mallory Ignition Hyfire 6A Digital Capacitive Discharge Ignition.Feb 2014
New Replacement Steering Pitman arm.May 8th 2014
New Front steering Kit 7 piece kit. May 7th 2014
New wiper arms and blades. Polished chrome. Apr.24 2014
New headlight switch. June 6. 2014
New upholstery on back seat. 4/26/2013
Several other items. If you have any more questions please feel free to ask me!
Please call or text 260-435-0662. I work 2nd shift so it may take me a few to answer. a better time is normally in the mornings. Thanks.Or you can text Candi at 260-271-9250. Thanks.
GR Auto Gallery is excited to present this 1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is excited to present this 1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500 Roadster for purchase. In the great tradition of British Roadsters, the Triumph Spitfire is a no non-sense drop top that provides the classic British open air motoring experience. The Spitfire’s were never known for their speed, however the Spitfire 1500 was the higher powered version with greater torque to make it much more drivable in traffic. These cars are easy to work on with plenty of parts available making them popular affordable summer cruiser collector cars today.
This Spitfire 1500 has been well stored and maintained in Michigan for the last 24 years by the same owner. It is a very nice surviving driver with very low miles. It features front disc brakes, aftermarket Panasport extra lightweight wheels, original radio, and auxiliary cooling fan. It has the original Brooklands Green paint and it is powered by the original 1500CC 4 cylinder engine paired with a fun 4-speed manual transmission. This car runs and drives great and it is a lot of fun to cruise on a beautiful day! Please call or email for more details!
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GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1965 Ford Mustang Hardtop...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1965 Ford Mustang Hardtop Coupe for purchase. The ’65 Mustang was so successful it not only created one of the most popular lines of American cars that is still running today, but also created a whole new class of automobile. The lines, accents, and styling of the first Mustangs are timelessly appealing.
This 1965 Mustang sits in excellent condition built for pro-street performance in the same family for the last 20 years. It is powered by a 289ci V8 out of a 1967 Mercury Cougar. It features a Demon 4-barrel carburetor, 292 competition cam shaft, rear valance exhaust, Summit tachometer, new cowl fiberglass hood, American Racing wheels, MSD ignition, American Racing wheels, fuel pressure regulator, braided lines, K & N air filter, and chrome valve covers. This is a really good looking car (excellent paint combination) that will hustle down the road. This pony is a very fun car to drive and show off! Please call or email for more details!
1941 was a very good year for the auto industry and it seems like they...Read more
1941 was a very good year for the auto industry and it seems like they just couldn't make a bad-looking vehicle that year. This 1941 Ford pickup takes all the timeless styling cues from the 1940 Ford passenger cars (and you know how awesome those are) and adds a practical bed to create one of the best-looking pickups of all time.Read less
Is there really any other color for one of these trucks beyond basic black? It looks so right that you'd be crazy to try anything else. At Ford, trucks took the front-end styling of the previous year's passenger car models, so the 1941 pickup is the spitting image of the 1940 Ford Deluxe, V-shaped grille, teardrop headlights, everything. The result is a classic look that remains popular with hobbyists of all ages. He black paint was applied a few years ago, so it shows a few signs of use, but the sheetmetal underneath is in good shape and wears the black paint and hand-painted red pinstripe with pride. No hack work, no ripples or obvious issues, just a clean old truck that has been properly driven and enjoyed. It's all steel, too, which is getting harder to find all the time, and all the bright trim remains in place, including the extra wide grille and hood trim that makes the look so familiar. The bed is full of light-colored planks with contrasting black strips, and like the rest of the truck, it's nice but not so perfect that you're afraid to actually use it.
At first glance, the bright red velour interior might seem overwhelming, but the contrast with the black paint is elegant and the workmanship is really quite good. The original bench was covered with a diagonal stitch pattern to add some interest, a theme that continues on the custom door panels. Original hardware complements the windshield surround and Classic Instruments gauges, all of which have a gold tone to the metal bits. A GM tilt column helps get comfortable in the upright cab and the woodgrained dash is really nicely done using what appears to be DyNoc from a woody wagon. An AM/FM/cassette stereo is fitted in an auxiliary panel below the dash, along with the controls and vents for the A/C system (which needs to be serviced). It's the kind of interior where the more you look at it, the more you like it.
Power comes not from a 95-horsepower flathead but a great-running 305 cubic inch V8 borrowed from a Pontiac Firebird. With plenty of torque and great V8 sounds, it's a great fit for a mild-mannered hot rod truck like this. It's not detailed for show, although the triangular air cleaner and finned valve covers make it look interesting. A Rochester Quadra-Jet carburetor lives atop a Holley intake and block-hugger headers offer decent service access. There's a TH400 3-speed automatic powering what appears to be a 10-bolt rear end, while the front suspension remains totally stock, right down to the transverse leaf spring. It's got a snarky exhaust note thanks to a custom dual exhaust system and old school torque thrusts carry 215/70/14 and 215/75/14 blackwalls, just to keep the truck theme alive.
This is a really neat truck, done the way you'd want it, all for a very reasonable price. Given the values on the passenger car versions, it won't be a surprise to see a SOLD sign on this one very soon. Call today!
We've had a few of these pretty mid-60s Mopars recently, and this 1966...Read more
We've had a few of these pretty mid-60s Mopars recently, and this 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 might be the nicest yet. The bright red paint shows off the angular body quite well and with a burly 440 under the hood, it more than lives up to the hype. Add in a few desirable factory options, a cool bucket set interior, and you end up with a Mopar that tops to the cool charts.Read less
This car was originally yellow, but given how non-committal the colors were back in 1966, the red works just fine. It's an attention-grabber, that's for sure, but the good news is that they seem to have gone the extra mile to make it tidy. You'll note that the detailing on the quarter panels is crisp, the crease along the top of the fender is sharp enough to give you a paper cut, and the smooth, flat areas are distortion-free. The only way to get all that is time and effort, and it shows. The paint shines up beautifully and the gloss is really impressive, and the red really sets off this car's more aggressive look that's often lost on the softer colors. I'm glad they skipped the vinyl roof, too, because draping the dramatic roofline in red only makes it stand out that much more. The chrome and trim is in good condition, a combination of original trim and new bumpers fore and aft.
The black interior looks pretty stock at first glance, and admittedly there's not much you can do to improve the original designers' work. However, up close (and it's hard to see in photos), there's red stitching on the seats that is super subtle yet makes a big impact when you open the door. The carpets were probably replaced a few years ago and plenty of the trim is original and in good condition. A center console and that oh-so-cool shifter for the automatic transmission are pure Mopar and the instrument panel includes a pretty complete array of original gauges. The original AM radio still lives in the dash and there's factory A/C, too, but both will need some service to be in top condition for cruising. The headliner and dash pad are in excellent condition and the trunk is properly dressed with a reproduction mat and a jack assembly stashed in the quarter panel.
This car was no slouch when it was new, since it came with a 383 under the hood. Sometime in 2012, however, someone swapped it out to a correctly-dated 440 cubic inch V and dressed it up like the factory put it there. From the original air cleaner to the corporate turquoise paint on the block, it has a very OEM look under the hood. The A/C compressor dominates the top of the engine, but if you look closely you'll see chrome valve covers and a new wiring harness that was installed last year. The TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission is augmented with a shift kit that snaps off gear changes without hesitating, and the original 8.75-inch rear end carries street-friendly 3.23 gears. The dual exhaust sounds fantastic, and the floors are painted to match the body, so you know there's nothing hiding underneath. Air shocks, a new gas tank, and stock Rallye wheels with fat 245/60/14 white-letter radials round out the list of combat-ready features.
Surprisingly fast yet completely civil, this is the kind of Mopar muscle that built the legends. Best of all, it's still insanely affordable, so call today!
We’ve long believed that no old car collection is complete without a...Read more
We’ve long believed that no old car collection is complete without a Model A Ford, and this 1930 coupe is one of the more desirable body styles on the considerably long list of choices. Coming from long-term ownership and restored to stock specifications with no questionable “upgrades,” it’s the ideal starter hobby car or a great addition to a growing collection in need of one of Henry’s ladies.Read less
The bright green paint is an attractive, if not 100% correct combination for a 1930 Model A, but once you see it in person, you’ll fall in love. Not flashy, although the straw-colored wheels and pinstripes, it’s interesting and quite attractive and will definitely stand out from the rows of maroon and blue and black examples. Finish work is decent, and since this car comes out of long-time ownership (since 1959!), rust and wood rot were probably never an issue. Given the massive resources out there for restoring a Model A, it’s no surprise that this one fits together well with doors that fit snugly, a nicely aligned hood, and perhaps most interestingly, a trunk instead of a rumble seat, making this a true 2-seater. It has not been over-accessorized, either, as many folks believe that simple Model As should remain simple, but it does have a few functional upgrades like the sealed-beam headlight inserts, a radiator guard, and a brand new Ford-logo spare tire cover out back. It's also worth noting that the bumpers are brand new and look fantastic.
For a Model A, the interior is nicely appointed, with a comfortable bench seat and fully upholstered door panels. The tan fabric looks right for the 1930s and has simple vertical pleats that were standard on all closed models. The dash is the same one all Fords got in 1930, although this appears to be an early 1930 model with the round speedometer and simple, flat-faced gauge panel. All the original hardware and controls are there, including the steering-wheel-mounted headlight controls right under the horn button, throttle and spark levers on the steering column, and fuel shut-off under the dash. With the gas tank right there in the cowl, ventilation comes from a tilt-out windshield, which really makes a nice difference on warm days, making the Model A a nice place to spend an afternoon. That kind of touring is all the more enjoyable with the large trunk in back, which is finished in light-colored carpet to match the interior.
All Model As, even the trucks, got the same torquey 200 cubic inch four cylinder engine, with the one in this coupe being a great runner with that traditional Model A sound. All the correct equipment is there, from the flat copper plug leads to the original 6V generator, and the block wears just the right shade of Ford Green. Even the hose clamps are correct. The carburetor is a later aftermarket replacement that's a little easier to fine-tune than the original Zenith and there's some fresh wiring to upgrade the original cloth stuff. The 3-speed manual transmission is light and easy to master with a quick double-clutch, and the mechanical brakes are surprisingly effective given the A’s light weight. You’ll surely find that this coupe keeps up with traffic easily and cruises happily at 45 MPH on the open road thanks to new whitewall tires on the original 19-inch wire wheels.
Don’t miss an opportunity to own a nice-driving A with a lot of history behind it, a car that remains quite A-Ford-able. Call today!
Camaros are a very high demand item in the muscle car market. When you...Read more
Camaros are a very high demand item in the muscle car market. When you include the addition of a correct RS package car, covered in a beautiful green paint job, and a convertible top, then the demand skyrockets. Take a closer look at this recent restoration on the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible if you're looking for a car that will forever be in style.
Covering the straight and flat panels on this Camaro is a beautiful sierra fawn green metallic finish. The paint looks excellent and definitely presents to be show quality. This is a true Rally Sport package car, so the RS hideaway headlights, marker lights, and badging are all present. And don’t those hideaway headlights upfront make for an awesome look! Clean chrome bumpers are mounted at the front and rear with vivid tail lights out back. If the weather gets gloomy, there is a clean convertible top that fits snug around the windshield frame. The black vinyl is tear free and shows no wrinkles, as it should for a less than two year old restoration. Overall, the exterior of the RS presents very well and would be right at home on the show field.
Inside is a beautiful black vinyl interior that shows just as well as the outside of the car. Greeting the driver and passenger are low back buckets seats covered in glossy, pleated vinyl. The rear bench seat is covered in the same glossy vinyl and is a comfortable place for rear passengers. In between the front bucket seats is a center console that houses a small storage compartment, the automatic shifter and 3 auxiliary gauges. Topping that console is the crack free dash that hosts all of the factory instrumentation, an AM/FM radio with 3.5mm audio jack compatibility, and switches for the correct and cold air conditioning option, heat and defrost. The door panels have an original elegant design that carries comfortable elbow pads, and switches for the power windows!
Under the hood is a stout 350 cubic inch small block V8 that was also rebuilt approximately a year and a half ago. Dressed up with a chrome air cleaner and chrome Edelbrock valve covers, this storied engine looks great in the clean engine bay. In fact, that engine bay looks showroom fresh. Sending power to the 12 bolt posi-traction rear end is a 3-speed automatic transmission. Underneath, everything looks clean with new floor pans as part of the restoration. Assisting in making this car fun to drive is power steering and power brakes upgraded with discs up front. The rest of the drive train remains stock, and staggered 225/60/R15 front and 255/60/R15 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As wrapping cool chrome rally wheels put the power to the road.
Whether you're looking for a car to show off at the local shows or on Main Street, this 1967 Camaro RS will turn many heads. With a showroom fresh appearance, we doubt it will last long in our showroom. Call today!Read less
This 1941 Willys convertible coupe undoubtedly caught your eye because...Read more
This 1941 Willys convertible coupe undoubtedly caught your eye because you've never seen one before. Willys never made a convertible back in-period, and most of the fiberglass replicas today are 3-window coupes, making this a rather cool find. Don't worry, it's still got big block power, a beefy suspension, gorgeous interior, and yes, a lift-off hardtop, making it a great way to stand out in a sea of Willys horsepower.Read less
As you'd expect, the Willys makes a fine-looking convertible, and this rod features a lot of little tricks that are typical of the breed. The fiberglass bodywork was smoothed and sanded to make a great foundation for the 1970 Plymouth Lemon Twist Yellow paint, which has just a touch of pearl in it to highlight the Willys' generous curves. It's smooth and sleek, with a minimum amount of trim and shaved door handles, but you can't expect them to give up the "electric shaver" grille that practically defines the breed nor the gorgeous teardrop headlights that are gorgeous expressions of Art-Deco design. Finish quality is excellent with nice gaps and a great shine that isn't dragged down by a bunch of graphics. Instead, the body's shape just speaks for itself. Deleted running boards, flush-mounted taillights, and a frenched license plate frame, not to mention the shaved bumpers, give it a sleek, compact look that suits this convertible just fine.
The wonderful tan leather interior doesn't even pretend to be vintage 1941 and instead offers a full complement of modern conveniences. The buckets are supportive and comfortable for spirited driving, the column is a tilt piece with a leather-wrapped wheel, and everything from A/C to power windows to a powerful stereo system is included. The knobs and switches on the custom center console are sleek billet aluminum and you'll need the crib sheet to decode their functions, but that's the point of a hot rod: style for its own sake and you can't argue with how clean it looks. The custom dash has a range of Auto Meter gauges arrayed across its face and I kind of like how they put the tach and speedometer in the center, as if everyone in the car has an interest in them. This is strictly a 2-seater, with a nicely finished package shelf behind the seats and a modest trunk with an electrically-actuated lid in back.
Like most Willys builds, this one relies on big block Chevy power, 468 cubic inches of it, to be exact. It's a 1974 block bored .030 over and cranking out about 400 real-world horsepower. It's a snug fit in the pointed engine bay, but lots of chrome and billet aluminum makes it sparkle from within. An Edelbrock carburetor feeds the machine and custom headers hug the block and dump into a fabricated dual exhaust system. A TH400 3-speed automatic doesn't even blink at these power levels and there's a 9-inch Ford rear end with 3.55s inside for entertaining performance. The front suspension is a Fat Man Fabrications A-arm setup with rack-and-pinion steering and coil-over shocks with the rear supported on trailing arms. The custom frame and all the suspension components were painted gray to contrast with the yellow paint and 4-wheel discs look great behind those gorgeous 15-inch Boyd Coddington wheels. 205/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear Goodyears keep it off the pavement and offer a slick big-n-little rake.
Documentation includes a lot of helpful information on the care and operation of this unique rod, making it a no-hassles car that will definitely stand out in an already crowded field. Call today!
2006 HONDA CR-V
* ECONOMICAL 2.4LITRE. 4 CYLINDER ENGINERead more
2006 HONDA CR-V
* ECONOMICAL 2.4LITRE. 4 CYLINDER ENGINE
* CONSTANT 4WD
* AIR CONDITIONING
* CRUISE CONTROL
* POWER WINDOWS AND MIRRORS
* STEERING WHEEL STEREO CONTROLS
* BLACK AND GREY INTERIOR
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 part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.
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<p>This fine half ton example of America’s most popular pickup features...Read more
<p>This fine half ton example of America’s most popular pickup features a body painted in two tone white over red with a brand new wooden bed floor, polished stainless strips and new chromed bumpers.</p>Read less
<p>This 2wd Workpower Truck is powered by a sturdy 327cid small block V8 (casting #3914660) topped off with an Edelbrock intake manifold and carburetor. A four speed manual transmission sends power to the rear wheels while the rugged, workmanlike interior features new black and gray vinyl upholstery, an AM radio and a Chevelle style steering wheel.</p>
<p>This Workpower Truck rides on standard steel wheels with hubcaps and stopped with four-wheel drum brakes. 2-speed windshield wipers, backup lamps, seat belts and dual long arm mirrors were all standard features for ‘66.
Like a rock, this solid and sturdy 1966 C-10 can be put to work on a farm hauling hay bales or simply drive over to your local cruise night where it will get the attention it deserves.</p>
<p>Be sure to contact our sales department for more information on how to make this beauty yours today!</p>
Looking for a professionally built custom that provides its owner the...Read more
Looking for a professionally built custom that provides its owner the ability to see and be seen? This stunning Ford 5-window is the direct result of what happens when appealing aesthetics meet modern mechanical prowess. The car’s smooth, all-steel body began life as a run-of-the-mill Model A that was destined to roll through years of dry sunsets. When the current owner took possession of the straight and solid shell, he promptly contacted Mills & Co. in Marietta, Georgia to arrange a celebrity-style restoration that included a 3-inch chop and 3-inch channel. Once those custom cuts were laser-straight, Customs & Color in Powder Springs, Georgia added a spectacular coat of House Of Kolor Goldmine Pearl. And when that killer two-stage had been buffed to a spectacular shine, veteran artist Bill Abrams created a filigree of stylish pinstripes. Check this custom’s color-keyed engine bay and you’ll find a mean, 350 cubic inch GM crate engine that’s good for 8.5 to 1 compression, 290 horsepower and 350 lb./ft. of tire-twisting torque. That smooth 350’s power flows into a rugged T5 5-speed, which spins stout 3.55 gears via a tough hydraulic clutch and proven John’s Industries 9-inch. At the head of those heavy duty components, a 4-inch dropped axle, Posies reversed-eye spring and Vega-style steering box ride between early Lincoln drums, familiar Pete & Jake’s hairpins and modern Pete & Jake’s shocks. Opposite that rack, Pete & Jake’s ladder bars and a second set of modern Pete & Jake’s shocks sandwich a second Posies reversed-eye spring between two Ford 10-inch drums. And all this fully sorted hardware rolls on 16-inch painted steel wheels, which spin staggered Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewalls around snazzy Ford center caps. This striking Ford 5-window is a nicely finished classic that was built to be driven AND seen. If you’re looking for a road ready hot rod that’s guaranteed to draw a crowd wherever you go, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!Read less
Incredibly clean completely restored from frame up. Everything new or...Read more
Incredibly clean completely restored from frame up. Everything new or refurbished during restoration. Certified show winner on a national level. 3rd place in class at the AMC nationals. Top prizes at local events. Previous owner also sold us another Gremlin that was remarkable but this one here is by far the nicest we have seen and probably the cleanest one available any where! He spared no expense while restoring the car. He is an absolute AMC nut that is very involved with the local Carolina chapter where this car is from. The exterior is in excellent shape with a high gloss paint job over a perfectly straight and rock solid body. All chrome in tip top shape as is all other bright work. The interior looks and smells brand new. The engine compartment is extra clean. Looks like it was scrubbed with a tooth brush! Check out the pictures underneath too. Looks like it was shown with mirrors under it. Please call for nitty gritties. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.comRead less
BARN FIND! 1963 Chevrolet Corvette 2 Top Roadster in Riverside red with...Read more
BARN FIND! 1963 Chevrolet Corvette 2 Top Roadster in Riverside red with a red interior. 327/340hp matching #'s engine. 4 Speed Manual transmission. Solid and straight frame. All original except for some touch up and panel paint refinishes. Runs and drives excellent. Ready to be used as a driver while being restored. Drive it anywhere. Please call for details. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.comRead less
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN DANVERS MA *** What we have here...Read more
*** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN DANVERS MA *** What we have here is a Numbers Matching 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee with 135,000 miles on the odometer. This car was repainted about 10 years ago and has a very nice Yellow exterior with correct Rear Black Striping Complemented by a Black Vinyl Interior. Overall, this car is in very nice condition. This 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is all original; she has her numbers matching 383 Hi-Performance Magnum Motor, coupled to the original numbers matching 727 TorqueFlight automatic transmission. She has a build sheet as well as the original owners manual. The car has been taken care of and is a great driver that will be much appreciated at local shows and the like. This car is special and and is now ready to move on to a new home. Do not let the opportunity to own this car pass you by. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best opportunity to own such a rare car of this caliber. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know. If you want to know more about the car - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 If you would like to talk about a purchase - CALL ME (978) 771-8375 My name is Paul please call me direct with any questions - my cell phone is always with me at (978) 771-8375 or you can email me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly pick you up at the airport or deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** FINANCING AVAILABLE FROM JJ BEST BANC - APPLY TODAY *** *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN DANVERS, MA ***Read less
1977 Chevy Vega DRAG CAR for sale (MN) - $32,995Read more
77 Chevy Vega,
1977 Chevy Vega DRAG CAR for sale (MN) - $32,995Read less
77 Chevy Vega,
381ci Chevy Dart block,
18% Drat Heads,
TH400 Reverse shift,
Chassis Certified for 8.50,
Car Runs 9.20's, We ran in the Pro E/T class.
Cash Only Sale.
Call Laverne for more info @ 507-210-1915