Upscale muscle at Ford was always spelled FAIRLANE. This 1967 Ford...Read more
Upscale muscle at Ford was always spelled FAIRLANE. This 1967 Ford Fairlane 500 brings a mid-sized package with a serious punch under the hood in the form of a smooth-running 289. If a Mustang is a little small for your needs, perhaps this Fairlane hardtop is more to your liking.Read less
Doing battle with the Chevy Chevelle has hardened this Fairlane 500 into a lean, mean street machine, and the traditional Wimbledon White paint it wears suggests that it isn’t going to live in anyone’s shadow. Of course, it’s easy to swagger when you look this good, with straight bodywork, sharply defined character lines, and well aligned panels. The white paint is a bit subtle, which was probably the more mature Fairlane's purpose and it has the hardware to back up the "gentleman's express" look. It's an older paint job, but a professional with a light touch could really make it sparkle in a big way. The fastback roofline was a big hit on the NASCAR circles, and the forward-canted headlights give it the illusion of motion even when it’s standing still. A black vinyl roof was included when it was built and it's still on the car, and it's in very good condition with no warning signs underneath that would suggest that this car led a tough life.
The simple black interior looks awesome with a combination of replacement and original components blending seamlessly together. With original bench seats front and rear, it perfectly captures the period using authentic materials and patterns, and it’s every bit as comfortable today as it was when it was new. There are also fairly recent carpets on the floor, door panels that give the Fairlane an upscale look with their wood inserts, and a dash pad that hasn't been cooked by the sun. The original gauges amount to a speedometer and fuel gauge, and they show clear lenses and bright markings, with a handy warning stripe at about 70 MPH, which was apparently "too fast" in Ford's opinion. A column-mounted shifter makes this a true 6-passenger machine and those sitting in back will never feel slighted by the accommodations. Oh, and it comes with factory A/C that works and the original AM radio is joined by an FM converter under the dash. With the Fairlane, you also get a giant trunk that's correctly outfitted with a plaid mat and bias-ply spare tire that's never been used.
As I mentioned, the C-code 289 under the hood is a terrific runner, smooth and unobtrusive but muscular enough to get it moving without working too hard. It's pretty original but very clean, showing Ford Blue paint on the air cleaner and engine itself, just how it would have been five decades ago. There are signs of use and age, of course, but there are many more signs of careful maintenance over the years plus a lot of service records are included. It starts easily and idles smoothly and that 2-barrel carburetor makes good torque and a great V8 burble from the fresh dual exhaust system. The C4 3-speed automatic transmission shifts cleanly and there are highway-friendly gears inside that make it a great cruiser that's always relaxed. Tidy floors are always a relief to see on an old car and the original wire wheel covers look great with whitewall radials wrapped around them.
Unusual, comfortable, and very reasonably priced, this Fairlane is a great alternative to the regular muscle you see at all the shows. Call today!
Few cars do so many things so well as this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle. Big...Read more
Few cars do so many things so well as this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle. Big power, lots of room for friends and gear inside a comfortable interior, and looks that are approaching iconic status make them not only a safe bet for fun, but a smart place to spend some money, because the nice ones will always be in demand.Read less
This Chevelle is a multiple award winner that proudly shows off extensive cosmetic surgery that makes it look decades younger than it is. During the full-blown restoration, all the sheetmetal was smoothed, aligned, tweaked, and straightened, including the hood, fenders, quarters, and floors. The result is a car that’s a lot straighter than any factory effort and zero fears of the rust boogieman hiding in the deep recesses of the shell. Covered in luscious royal blue paint, it casts a dashing profile that is at once an intimidating street presence and pretty enough to show at almost any level. The simplicity of the original design shows through, from the forward-canted grille to the dramatic “flying buttress” C-pillars that defined the second-generation Chevelle, and they didn't even bother adding a cowl-induction hood, so it looks super sleek. All the chrome was restored so it sparkles like quicksilver, although much of it was shaved for a more up-to-date look. It's actually nice to see one that's not trying to be just another SS clone.
You want an upscale look? This Chevelle definitely delivers. The factory bucket seats have been expertly reupholstered in top-grain vinyl and cloth stitched into correct-looking patterns with high-end emblems in the seat backs just for good measure. It isn’t over-accessorized inside, sticking to the original recipe for the most part and putting a bright shine on it here and there. For example, there’s a 3-spoke wheel framing the original instrument panel, but it's a little thicker than stock. Factory power windows are a nice find and the original climate controls now manage a Vintage Air A/C system (which needs to be hooked up). An AM/FM/cassette stereo suggests that entertainment was important, but only as long as it didn’t get in the way of the horsepower. The carpets and door panels are all original-spec, so they look right, and the freshly restored trunk carries a repro mat that looks pretty tidy.
The fact that the Chevelle was designed to handle a just about any Chevy V8 only helps when it’s time to upgrade, and this one sports a sweet-running 350 cubic inch V8 that’s dressed for show and pulls like a freight train. Lots of chrome and billet make it easy to see why this one is a trophy magnet, but all the good stuff is there, too, including power steering and brakes, a bright accessory drive setup, and a smoothed firewall. A Holley 4-barrel carb delivers the go-juice, while headers and a Flowmaster exhaust system with an X-pipe give it a wonderful baritone voice. It also offers easy cruising at any speed thanks to a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, and drop spindles to give it just the right rake. Handsome 18-inch Budnik wheels give it a look that's more in tune with 21st century fashion and it sits on staggered 245/40/18 front and 275/40/18 rear BFGoodrich radials.
This Chevelle delivers all the important parts of the collector car experience: looks, performance, and desirability. If you’ve been looking for one, there aren’t many that are nicer. Call today!
This 1955 Chevrolet 210 demonstrates why it's always good to have a...Read more
This 1955 Chevrolet 210 demonstrates why it's always good to have a plan. The cohesive build isn't flashy but shows a clarity of purpose that few resto-mods can claim. With a recent frame-up restoration just completed only 2,000 miles ago, she’s ready to enjoy. From the shiny white paint to the elegant interior, it has been beautifully updated without diluting the performance that lives underneath.Read less
Starting with a 210 instead of a Bel Air (or not converting it to a Bel Air) gives this 2-door sedan a rather unique look. The clean lines of the original design are unaltered, but plenty of time went into getting the sheetmetal straight, smooth, and lined up just right. The bright white paint gleams and is perhaps a few shades brighter than the 1955 version, but it has a clean, sleek look that both updates the look and keeps it traditional without flashy graphics. As with any '50s car, there's still a lot of bright trim, all of which was restored with the rest of the bodywork, including the stainless quarter panel trim that identifies this as a 210. One-piece California bumpers help complete the look and have been refinished to show standards, along with the bright emblems on the hood and trunk. Tinted glass adds a modern look that works well with the white paint and helps keep it nice and comfortable inside when temperatures start to soar.
The same subtle mind that put the exterior together clearly had a vision for the tan interior. Retaining the stock bench seats was fine, but they were covered in gorgeous leatherette upholstery that pays tribute to the original patterns while giving it a more relaxed, updated look. Matching door panels are trimmed with the original hardware and handles, and the garnish moldings were given a light gold finish that adds a splash of brightness that rolls into the dash. That bright strip of trim that runs across the instrument panel is actually tiny Chevy bowtie emblems and the original gauges were replaced with custom dials from Classic Instruments. Other upgrades include the wood-rimmed wheel and an AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit and a B&M shifter for the 700R4 underneath. There's almost zero wear, of course, and that beautifully finished trunk, it's ready for your next road trip.
That's a small block Chevy under the hood, but this one displaces a nice, round 400 cubic inches making it feel like a big block when you dip into the power. Topped by a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and a medium-rise intake, this sucker is built for torque. Nicely finished with bright engine enamel and finned valve covers, not to mention the chrome air cleaner, it has a flashy look that is still fairly period correct. MSD supplied the ignition and there's a mild cam inside so the idle sounds lopey and it pulls like a freight train on the highway, where the owner claims it'll scamper to 100 MPH in the blink of an eye. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission is part of that equation, and it spins the original rear end. It features a new dual exhaust system, plus a set of chrome Rallys with blackwall tires showing enough sidewall to look right.
Nicely finished with a great all-of-a-piece look, this '55 Chevy is the kind of hobby car that does everything well. Call today!
More than just giving you bang for your buck, this 1980 MGB just really...Read more
More than just giving you bang for your buck, this 1980 MGB just really seems to offer the best of everything in one affordable package. It is the quintessential nimble British roadster in a great color combo, and it has great features like two tops, alloy wheels, and even A/C!Read less
The first thing you notice about this roadster is how clean the lines look. The black bumpers of these later models have been shaved, and replaced with the more desirable chrome grille, and out back, the black rubber has also been removed to leave you with body-hugging color matched endcaps. The whole presentation is very sleek, professional, and just unique enough to get attention in a crowd. The chrome trunk rack adds a bit of class, and the minilite-style wheels adds to this distinction. But the heart of this MGB’s sophistication lies in the paint. There is just something nice and proper about a deep burgundy and a bright tan folding top. This is the factory-correct color, so it proves just how timeless this appearance really is.
Most MGBs are not loaded with comfort features, which is what makes this one so unique. Not only is there a great AM/FM/CD stereo that allows you to hear your favorite tunes with the top down, but you can stay open-air comfortable all year long with air conditioning. Yes, this little roadster has A/C! You even get a removable hardtop for times when you need more than just a folding roof. Beyond that are the fundamentals that make an MGB a great driver’s car. The space between the three-spoke wheel and the stick shift is exceptionally close for comfortable and quick performance. You get a full set of gauges with a large speedometer and tachometer, as well as dials for other vitals such as oil, fuel, and water. The tan leather interior is in great condition, and over the coming years it will resist UV fading much better than the black ones. Since you’ll be spending most of your time with the top down, the included convertible top boot cover will certainly come in handy.
Power comes from a sprightly 1798cc four-cylinder motor. You'll be quite impressed how this one fires up thanks to a conversion over to a Weber carburetor for an extra kick of power. With a sporty exhaust note and a willingness to rev, the engine lives up to its British roadster pedigree by offering a mighty experience in a small package. The sound of the powerplant, the slickness of the four-speed gearbox, and unmatched tight handling are some of this car's many virtues. There is a surefooted feeling on the road thanks to front disc brakes and a newer master cylinder. This level of maintenance and smart upgrades creates a total package that makes sure there's noting to get in between you and the feeling of the road.
Who knew you could pick up an MGB in a great color combo, and even A/C, for such an affordable price? This is the kind of value and appeal that will leave our showroom quickly. Call now!
The right cruising classic has an iconic appearance, the right upgrades,...Read more
The right cruising classic has an iconic appearance, the right upgrades, and an affordable price is always great, too. That’s why we love this 1965 Ford Mustang. This iconic coupe has the power of the 289 V8, anytime fun of four-on-the-floor, and even ice-cold air conditioning.Read less
Red and black Mustangs are great, but there’s something distinguishing about Pearl White finished in a modern clearcoat. This is true American icon that is always a favorite at the car shows. But if you’re going to buy a vintage Mustang, make sure the details are right like this one has. There's the correct grille with the running pony emblem, 289 badges on the fenders, and the three-element taillights, all of which make it perhaps the most recognizable car on the planet. Combined with polished chrome bumpers, and the total package looks great. The finishing touch are the stylized steel wheels that are arguably the best looking factory option.
The red and white interior is one of those fantastic color combinations that screams classic American style. Two tone on the door panels and dash give this coupe real distinction that will fill you with pride when you’re behind the wheel. And speaking of the experience from the driver’s seat, you’ll love sitting in the comfortable bucket and looking at the upgraded GT-style round gauge panel. Your left hand will feel great grasping the three-spoke woodgrained wheel, and your right one may never want to leave the stick shift. And we bet you’ve noticed the air conditioning unit that’s sitting at the beginning of the cool center console. It’s blowing ice-cold so you know this coupe is perfect for summertime cruising.
Under the hood is Ford’s legendary 289 cubic-inch V8. The chrome bracer bar, bright air cleaner, and fined valve covers give this a great presentation. But beyond this style is the substance of a four-barrel carburetor and a rumbling dual exhaust. You get compete control over the V8 thanks to the T-10 four-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of BF Goodrich T/A tires all makes this fun classic a comfortable driver, too.
A/C, stick shift, a cool interior, and even restoration receipts – It’s hard to believe you can get this much in a ’65 Mustang for such a value price. Of course, the secret is already out on this one, so you should hurry up and call today!
Everyone knows the late-60s muscle cars, but the horsepower wars started...Read more
Everyone knows the late-60s muscle cars, but the horsepower wars started far earlier using full-sized hammers like this 1964 Ford Custom 2-door sedan. Stuffed full of Ford's nastiest 427 and fitted with a bunch of upgrades to make it easy to drive today, it's got an industrial-strength look that still resonates today.Read less
If you wanted a performance car, you bought a Custom and stripped it down. The Custom was the bottom-of-the-line, so it was already no frills, but the smartest guys spec'd a 427 (known as a Q-code) and little else. Most were Wimbledon White, partly because that's how Ford painted them when they went racing and partly because it was the most visible background for sponsorship decals at the drag strip. Regardless, that's how this car was originally born and it cackles and snarls just as you'd expect. The long bodywork is straight and clean, and while the paint isn't show-quality, it has a bare-knuckles look that's still intimidating. Somewhere along the line this one grew a teardrop hood like the Thunderbolts (which were one size smaller, on the Fairlane platform) and the center headlights were converted to air intakes, both modifications that probably could have happened when it was fairly new. Panel gaps are good and it doesn’t look like this car was actually used for racing. Even the chrome shines up nicely and gives the Custom a bit of an upscale look, just for fun.
The blue vinyl interior is bargain basement, but that's purely intentional. Bench seats, a manual shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel, and a tach stuck to the top of the dash make it seem very much like 1964 all over again. You'll note this car has both clock and radio delete, and there's a heater only because it was standard equipment. The big steering wheel looks great with its built-in horn ring, making it feel at least a little civilized, and the beautiful silver-faced gauges have a fairly contemporary look. That Hurst shifter is now linked to a modern 5-speed gearbox, so it's a lot happier on highway cruises, but the original Toploader 4-speed is available (call for details). The back seat is still plenty spacious, so bring some friends, because, quite honestly, the dual-quad 427 won't even notice the extra weight. There's also a huge trunk that's been stripped of everything but the mats in the interest of drag strip functionality.
But the real story is all happening underneath, where that Q-code 427 is dressed for combat. With Holman Moody tinwork, 427 emblems and a lot of period-correct details, it looks the way it might have before its first race in 1964. Dual quads are always impressive, but this one runs very well and they don't get at all fussy, although you'd better be sure it's aimed where you want it to go before you crack open the secondaries. With less than 500 miles on the build, it's very fresh and hasn't been raced, so no worries about getting someone else's tired, yet expensive, hi-po motor. The 5-speed transforms the big block into something that can be easily used on the street and it bellows through a set of gorgeous long-tube headers and a stainless exhaust system. A Ford 9-inch out back doesn't seem to mind the torque ripping through it and it sits right, especially on those skinny 215/75/15 blackwalls that emulate the original bias-plys that it might have worn originally.
Most folks won't get this car, but if you're one of those Ford guys who love the early muscle, this car hits all the right notes. Call today!
A heavily redesigned Firebird debuted in 1979, and they weren't all...Read more
A heavily redesigned Firebird debuted in 1979, and they weren't all Bandit Trans Ams. If you just wanted a nice car to drive every day, one with a little personality and great handling, something like this 1981 Pontiac Firebird Esprit would have been just right. Loaded with options and a lot of recent work, it's affordable fun today just like it was back then.Read less
With new front and rear fascias, the Firebird looked radically different by 1981, and sales prove that it was a popular look. On this Esprit, there's fresh white paint that looks fantastic. There's no '70s silliness, just clean bodywork that showcases one of Pontiac's better designs. Of course, all the sheetmetal is original and completely untouched by rust or accident, and the way it fits together is the way it was when it left the factory 27 years ago. The Esprit was pitched as a more sophisticated, upscale model, and without the Trans Am’s showy graphics package, it is a bit less ostentatious, but only just. There are gold tape stripes, a familiar ducktail spoiler out back, and aggressive grille openings up front, so it definitely looks like a Firebird, just not as overwhelming. We like the look a lot.
Inside, it’s the same story, with a very nicely preserved tan cloth bucket seat interior that combines old and new seamlessly. The seat covers, carpets, and headliner are new and duplicate the original look exactly, and the goal wasn't a performance look, but comfort. Perhaps the door panels show a few minor signs of age, but there's really not much to complain about, and the dash pad has zero evidence of UV damage or cracking. A woodgrained dashboard looks great here, an interesting, luxurious contrast to the racy Trans Am, but while there are still multiple dials, the only gauges you get are speed and fuel level. The lone upgrade inside is a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo that fits neatly in the original radio’s slot. You’ll also note that this car has a tilt wheel and factory A/C, which blows cold, a nice upgrade and mandatory on a car from down south. The very clean trunk even includes the original space-saver spare as well as a complete jack assembly.
A 231 cubic inch V6 was standard equipment, and that engine would go on to fame as GM's 3.8 liter V6, so you know it's durable and smooth. It's really tucked far back by the firewall in the large engine bay, but that means the Esprit has great weight distribution and handling, and service access is good. With a 2-barrel carburetor, it makes a very smooth 190 pounds of torque, so it's no slouch, and fuel economy will surprise you, even today. There are a lot of fresh parts, including a new water pump, new motor mounts, and a fresh set of valve cover gaskets, so everything works as it should. A quiet exhaust system is the right choice in this low-key Poncho, and there are new shocks and brakes, so it really does feel like a car you could drive every day. Handsome Pontiac "snowflake" wheels look great and wear newer 215/65/15 Goodyear radials.
These cars are seeing some action in the market, and the less common Esprit is a neat alternative to the Trans Am. With lots of recent work, you can buy this one with confidence. Call today!
Everyone can agree that an early Mustang convertible is about as good as...Read more
Everyone can agree that an early Mustang convertible is about as good as open-air motoring gets, and this 1966 Ford Mustang convertible remains a high-quality cruiser that is instantly recognizable everywhere you go. With the looks of a GT350, a powerful 351 cubic inch V8 and a 4-speed, it’s fast on its feet, and carries a host of upgrades that make it every bit as fast as it looks.Read less
Ford didn’t make many changes to the Mustang for 1966; after all, why mess with success? It was already the fastest-selling car in history, with over a million units sold, and Mustang fever was still in high gear by the time the new model year rolled around. The only way to make it better? Add a little Carroll Shelby. It turns out that the convertible makes a great-looking GT350, with this one wearing those familiar black stripes, a hood scoop, a billet grille, and quarter panel scoops just behind the doors. The charcoal gray paint and super straight bodywork is nicely done, and the car shows signs of excellent care since restoration, with a few chips here and there to prove that it's been driven and enjoyed. Gaps and alignment are up to factory standards, and while it never carried a lot of ornamentation, the clean, unadorned look of this car works rather well. Out back, it's got a custom ducktail spoiler, GT350 gas cap, and exhaust outlets in the rear valence.
Inside, this pony sports an attractive black Pony interior, which looks great against the dark gray paint. Aside from the slightly thicker wood-rimmed Shelby steering wheel, it looks quite stock overall and it remains in great shape. Door panels and the dash are in good condition, and the carpets are so nice that they have to be recent, and they're protected by matching carpeted mats. There's no console, adding to the Shelby-style industrial look, but that Hurst 4-speed shifter sure looks and feels great just sticking out of the transmission tunnel all by itself. The original GT-style gauges have white faces that work rather well in the black interior, and they're augmented by a set of auxiliary gauges under the dash and a tachometer tucked in close to the steering column for stealth. Overhead, a black convertible top was installed not too long ago, and folds nicely into its well where it's covered by a matching black vinyl boot.
Thanks to the similarities of the Windsor family of V8s, the burly 351 cubic inch V8 fits easily under the hood and moves the lightweight Mustang very enthusiastically. The engine bay is tidy but not over-detailed, so you shouldn’t be afraid to put this one on the road. Horsepower upgrades are many: a Demon carburetor, aluminum heads, a substantial camshaft, and a big aluminum radiator up front. These engines are extremely reliable, parts are readily available, and performance is very good, making it a blast to drive. The 4-speed racks through the gears as the burly small block bellows through long-tube headers and a Flowmaster exhaust system, and it handles great thanks to upgraded sway bars. Subframe connectors, front disc brakes, and an 8-inch rear end round out the list of hardware. For the ideal period look, this car also wears a set of sand-cast Torque Thrust wheels and 225/60/15 performance radials.
With V8 power and a folding top, this Mustang is near the top of the desirability list, and it is in ideal condition for someone who likes to drive his cars. When you’re behind the wheel of an early Mustang, the world is a much happier place. Call today!
We know you guys love ’57 Chevys, so when this black Bel Air 2-door...Read more
We know you guys love ’57 Chevys, so when this black Bel Air 2-door showed up, we welcomed it with open arms. A cool resto-mod, it has a few tweaks to make it a blast to drive, including a thundering 427 cubic inch V8, a 4-speed, and the kind of workmanship that will make it stand out just about everywhere it goes.Read less
Those hot-rod wheels give it a modern look, but the truth is the bodywork is pretty much as GM intended way back in the 1950s. The car was built a few years ago and wears more recent paint, which has a great shine thanks to modern materials and good bodywork underneath, and while it's been driven, the overall effect is extremely impressive. The doors fit well and the two-door bodywork is more rigid than the hardtop, so everything lines up the way it should. Unlike so many resto-mods, this one still wears all its original trim and brightwork, most of which was restored or replaced during the build. From the bumpers to the delicate piece of trim along the window sills that accents the little dip in the bodywork, it keeps all the jewelry that makes these cars winners with the public. The anodized side panels always look great and amber-colored lenses in the front parking lights give it a bit of a different look that stands out without making a lot of noise about it. This car just looks right.
The attractive two-tone black and gray interior is recently finished and was custom crafted to give it a bit of an updated look without erasing the car's personality. The original bench seats are wrapped in high-grade vinyl with pleated inserts, and the rear bench was upholstered to match. The original dash and gauges were kept in place and look to be in good condition, with the three-spoke steering wheel adding a bit of flair to the otherwise low-key Chevy. The carpets and door panels are also new and match the overall theme of the interior. A Hurst shifter with a cue ball knob gives it a more sporting look than they were building in 1957 and it makes this heavy Chevy a lot more fun to drive. The Bel Air's big trunk is entirely stock, with a shockingly clean spare tire well and a reproduction mat; all it needs is a spare tire and it'll be ready to show.
Power comes from a monstrous 427 cubic inch Chevy V8 which, of course, is a tight fit in the ‘57’s engine bay. Borrowed from a 1969 Corvette, it's got a mild cam inside, a Holley 4-barrel carburetor up top, and a snarky Flowmaster dual exhaust system, it makes the right hot rod sounds without upsetting the reliability that made these engines famous. Chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner give it a showy look that brightens up the all black engine bay, and you’ll note a chrome alternator and a power dual master cylinder for the front disc brakes. A 4-speed manual transmission snaps through the gears with genuine authority and there's a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end out back, so don't worry about breaking it. The undercarriage is in excellent condition with a handsome satin black finish to really showcase all the new hardware, including fresh lines, a new gas tank, and easy-riding shocks all around. Those aforementioned polished Torque Thrust wheels certainly make a statement against the old bodywork and carry 235/70/15 performance radials.
This is an awesome cruiser that doesn’t break any new ground but instead provides the kind of reliable, care-free cruising that everyone ultimately wants, and the incredible powerplant certainly doesn’t hurt. Call today!
With a burly six-cylinder engine inside a timelessly styled 2-seat...Read more
With a burly six-cylinder engine inside a timelessly styled 2-seat roadster body, the Triumph TR6 was one of the last great traditional British roadsters. This particular 1974 example runs every bit as good as it looks, and there’s something special about the way the English build cars, which are all about the total experience not just raw numbers in a magazine's spec box.Read less
Although the work was done several years ago and has seen some use, the maroon paint is still deep and lustrous, and the bodywork was well done. An evolution of the TR4/TR5 body, the TR6 still manages to have a unique look all its own, thanks to a redesigned grille and headlights, as well as a squared-off rear end that gave it an aggressive, almost muscle car appearance. It manages to look like a bigger car than it actually is, which is undoubtedly part of the reason for its sales success in the US. Judging from the underside, this car didn’t live in a rust-belt city, so the sheetmetal is in better shape than a majority of its peers, particularly after someone spent a ton of time blocking it straight. Sure, there are some signs of use and age, but you can't deny that this isn't a good-looking roadster. The chrome and rubber bumpers are in excellent shape and it still sports a correct satin black tail panel. In short, this is a car you will be proud to drive and it’s an absolute blast on the open road.
Inside, there’s no mistaking that the British crafted the black vinyl interior. With a real wood dashboard full of original Smiths gauges, it definitely has an Old World feel. The seats have reproduction seat covers that match the originals, and now have a comfortable, inviting look about them. The carpets have been replaced, the door panels are in good order, and everything is just about where you’d expect it to be. There is a modern AM/FM/CD stereo radio, but you probably won't bother with it once you hear the baritone wail of the big six cylinder engine up front. In back, there’s even a useful trunk that’s just right for a weekend getaway. A brand new folding black convertible top fits better than most British roadsters and a chrome trunk rack gives it a jaunty look that fits it just fine.
Mechanically, it’s powered by a relatively large 2.5-liter inline-six, which provides plenty of power for the featherweight car. Torque is impressive, especially down low, and it’s obvious that the car was tuned with American enthusiasts in mind. Horsepower is a claimed 125, but in a car that weighs barely 2500 pounds, it feels like a lot more. Thanks to a pair of side-draft carburetors and a dual exhaust system, it makes wonderful roadster sounds, and you’ll be downshifting just for the sheer joy of listening to the engine. The engine bay is tidy, but not over-restored, so you won’t hesitate to hit the road on the next sunny summer day. A 4-speed manual transmission is the perfect dance partner, and the independent suspension is surprisingly supple on the road, making this a car that will tour long distances and still entertain you on a curving mountain road. Adding to the car’s aggressive appearance are original 15-inch wheels wearing 185VR15 blackwall radials that look just right.
There’s a reason roadsters like this were so popular for decades. With great performance, wonderful character, and unique looks, this TR6 has all the right ingredients. Finished in a great color combination, this is an inexpensive way to have a lot of fun this summer. Call today!
Looking over the specs for this very impressive 1984 Jeep CJ7, one word...Read more
Looking over the specs for this very impressive 1984 Jeep CJ7, one word keeps showing up: NEW. Given a total rebuild within the past few years, this is a well-built and very fresh CJ that’s ready to show or have fun blasting around the trails. And both tasks will be especially enjoyable thanks to a great-running and bulletproof 6-cylinder powerplant under the hood.Read less
Wearing a brand new AJ's heavy-duty fiberglass body, this Jeep looks right and never has to worry about rust again. The paint and bodywork were done a little while ago, and might be the oldest features on the truck, which tells you something about how comprehensively it’s been freshened. For a vehicle built for off-roading, the finish is pretty darned good, with a great shine and a minimum of bumps and bruises that would suggest it's been used hard. The brand new body is obviously in very good order and someone spent the time to get the fiberglass smooth and wave-free. Fender flares, tubular bumpers with a front grille guard, and a heavy-duty tire rack out back give it a heavy-duty off-roading vibe that clearly speaks to its abilities rather than just wanting to have the look. On the other hand, things like the folding windshield, round headlights, and traditional chrome grille are reminders that Jeeps have always been, well, Jeeps.
You can see more evidence of this Jeep’s off-road credentials inside, where you’ll find a set of high-back bucket seats with heavy-duty denim seat covers from Bestop. The dash was painted to match the bodywork, then filled with stock gauges and an auxiliary 12-volt power point underneath. However, it’s not completely uncivilized, there’s a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/Bluetooth stereo in the locking center console, and it feeds extra speakers that actually sound decent even with the wind whipping past the windshield. The floors are protected by spray-on bed liner material, so you can just rinse it out after a day of fun and it should last forever. And in the event of inclement weather, a full convertible top and soft doors are included and they’re in very good condition so it doesn’t have that tattered look that afflicts so many otherwise nice CJs.
With a 258 cubic inch inline-6 under the hood, there aren’t many places this Jeep can’t go. Extensive modifications make it a formidable performer off-road, and the head was rebuilt, so it’s fresh and ready to go. It doesn’t look like it was detailed for show, but it’s a strong runner that has the kind of low-RPM torque that’s critical for off-roading fun. Power steering and power disc brakes are welcome on a vehicle with such large tires and things like the power steering pump, hoses, radiator, water pump, and thermostat are new. The 4-speed manual transmission and 2-speed transfer case mean that it’s easy to climb over obstacles at barely a walking pace. A 2.5-inch lift kit was installed just recently and it includes Pro-Comp shocks at each corner. Dual exhaust pipes with Flowmaster mufflers give it a great sound that will remain distinctive among all the six-cylinder Jeeps around it. Cool 15-inch alloys look fantastic, especially wrapped in 32.5x11.5-15 BFGoodrich off-road radials that are ready for just about anything.
Well-built and full of new equipment, it’s obvious that this Jeep was built for fun in the dirt above all else, and it definitely delivers in that regard. Call today!
Considering all of the American classic muscle cars in the world, none...Read more
Considering all of the American classic muscle cars in the world, none come to mind that are more heavily exported than the Corvette. When the US auto industry is studied for its ability to compete worldwide, this Chevrolet is unmatched for its performance, style and value. We citizens have known that since 1953 and the rest of the globe shares our admiration for this symbol of American motoring leadership.
This 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Collector's Edition marks the final year of C4 production. All of the 5,412 Collector Edition Corvettes were fitted with special trim and finished in traditional Sebring Silver, so they're easy to spot, and they weren't wrong when they named it. That color ages well of course, and gives the Corvette a subtle, high-tech look that complements the car that the Corvette had become by 1996: a technological tour-de-force. Walking around the car you quickly notice this 'Vette has lived a good life, although it has been used as intended, which is the best thing to do when you own a Corvette, regardless of the year. With the exception of some small marks in the clear coat, the car is in very good overall condition and it hasn't been modified or dressed up with any of the many aftermarket add-ons that are so popular with Corvette enthusiasts.
Inside you find an equally well-preserved cabin. The Dove Grey leather seats show well and are as supportive as they were in 1996. “Collector's Edition” is also embroidered on the seat backs, in case you forgot you were in the top of the line model. The carpets, dashboard and frankly everything your eyes see or hands touch is in great shape, indicative of a car that's been properly maintained and loved. All the gauges are fully functional, and the combination of digital and analog instruments is not only cool, but surprisingly easy to read. You may also have noticed that we almost ran out of room listing all the features these cars carried as standard equipment, because these cars only came loaded with features. And it is all fitted inside a cabin that wraps around you like a cockpit and your hand rests comfortably on a fat 6-speed manual shifter. There's even reasonable cargo space under the rear hatch!
The Collector’s Edition used the final variant of the venerable 350, called the LT4 and generating an impressive (for 1996 anyway) 330 horsepower. Mated to that 6-speed manual transmission, power flows to the wheels seamlessly, and explosive acceleration is only a prod of your right foot away, making this perhaps the ultimate point-and-shoot machine. The engine bay is extremely tidy, suggesting expert care and a distinct lack of foul-weather driving, and the lack of modifications means nobody's been under the hood tinkering with the factory reliability. You could spend a weekend detailing it and it would probably look like new, but we're guessing that you'd prefer to be out driving, which is what this car does best. Powerful brakes, complete with ABS and traction control, are a Corvette hallmark, and it wears gorgeous A-mold wheels and staggered 255/45/17 front and 285/40/17 rear BFGoodrich g-Force radials.
People who buy Collector's Editions normally treat them with care, use them sparingly and maintain them to the highest standards. If a clean Corvette has always been on your bucket list, call us today!Read less
If you like the simple, clean look of the pre-V8 Chevrolets but need...Read more
If you like the simple, clean look of the pre-V8 Chevrolets but need plenty more power, may we suggest this 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop. Not only is this the first year for the iconic Bel Air name, but it also had been upgrades with a fuel-injected LS1 V8, four-wheel disc brakes, and plenty of other goodies, to give this classic American the ultimate sleeper appearance.Read less
1950 was a pivotal year. It was the first time Chevy would offer the pillarless hardtop design of the Bel Air. As one of the most expensive sedans in its lineup, it’s also one of the most rare. And of course there are even fewer that survived the 65+ years to look this good. The bright red paint is actually a traditional style lacquer, which is something very cool to have when it still presents so well in the sunlight. What’s helping the paint look its best is the compete chrome and stainless trim. This is particularly important on this premium-grade Chevy, and so special care has been taken and an investment made into making sure every piece has a mirror shine. The panels look so amazing that we could almost call this a 1950s time machine, except for the addition of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. Those are a later icon in their own right, and the wheels also hint at the upgrades on this surprisingly fast Bel Air.
Inside is the perfect mix of old and new world styles. The seats are a burgundy vinyl with comfortable tan cloth inserts. The banjo-style steering wheel gives better modern grip, but has a classic appearance that matches the original gauge pod just beyond it. But as you reach for the shifter, you spot some very custom upgrades. The Lokar shifter has true hot rod style, and it’s connected to a custom center console that has a full set of auxiliary gauges, cup holders, and provisions for air conditioning. There’s even a modern AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input so you can play the most modern tunes in your very classic ride.
But your favorite upgrade is going to be under the hood. Yes, that’s the 345 hp fuel-injected LS1 motor from a Corvette. And the moment you fire this one up, the rumble of the Flowmaster dual exhaust let’s everyone know this is no ordinary ’50 Chevy. More than just add the motor, the full package can handle the extra power with the 4L60E four-speed automatic w/overdrive from the same donor car. This connects to a stout Ford 9-inch rear end running versatile 3.70 gears. It feels great on the road thanks to upgrades such as the Mustang II independent front suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/A tires.
A beautiful classic on the outside, a comfortable interior, and the perfect modern drivetrain that can easily go from mild to wild with the touch of an accelerator. It’s an impressive package on a very significant coupe. You’ll likely only ever see one like this, so hurry up and call today!
Some Camaros are built to look mean, but this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro...Read more
Some Camaros are built to look mean, but this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS is out to remind you that performance can also be classy. The perfect coordinating combination of colors inside and out is combined with a great small-block under the hood to be the smartest looking vintage muscle machine out there.Read less
Granada Gold is a color from the ’67 Camaro palette, and it was applied to this coupe for a very good reason (you’ll understand more as you read on.) You might have noticed that this coupe truly looks like precious metal in this color, and that’s because it was treated to a full professional respray of a much more modern paint than what came from the factory. So you’ll love taking this golden coupe out into the sunlight. A correct Light Fawn vinyl top complements the gold paint quite nicely, and matches the D90 SS stripe around the nose so closely that only the most discerning Camaro fans will see the difference. The total coordinating impression only adds this coupe’s sophisticated appearance. Nicely finished bumpers with guards, polished stainless rocker moldings, and proper SS emblems further enhance the upscale look. But it’s also still a speedy machine at heart, too. That’s why you have iconic Camaro features like the cowl induction hood, D80 rear spoiler, and of course, the Rally Sport’s hidden headlights. These two worlds of elegance and performance unite in a finishing touch on the shiny Rally wheel package.
When you open the door, the color scheme on the exterior instantly makes perfect sense. The code-711 custom bucket seat interior repeats the same gold with white trim appearance that you see outside. It’s a true uniform touch that makes this a standout classic that’s memorable for everyone who sees it, especially car show judges. This coupe is also desirable due to its long list of factory options, including a center console, power windows, tilt steering column, and provisions for air conditioning. All of this suggests that someone truly wanted to create an elegant Camaro when choosing from the options sheet in ’67. Everything still looks fantastic nearly a half-century later, and it remains quite stock throughout (a modern AM/FM/CD stereo cleverly hidden out of sight in the glove box.) Even the trunk is correctly detailed with a reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire assembly.
The 327 cubic-inch V8 under the hood looks exceptionally honest, and it shows many signs, including the date codes, of being the original motor installed five decades ago. It's beautifully detailed from the proper decals on the air cleaner to Chevy Orange paint on the block. Good maintenance means this honest motor fires up on command. The addition of an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Flowmaster dual exhaust means this classy Camaro can inhale deeply and exhale with an intimidating authority. Still, it keeps its reliable composure with components like the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that was rebuilt and has less than 20 miles on it. This connects to the 10-bolt Positraction rear end. Add in desirable driving features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and a new set of BF Goodrich T/A tires, and this coupe is turnkey ready to go cruising this weekend.
Elegance meets performance in this very nice first-year Camaro RS/SS. It even comes with the owner’s manual and restoration receipts to show off when everyone is done looking at the cool coordinating colors. You understand that not many people restore Camaros for this level of sophistication, and so when this one is gone there might not be another like it. Call now!!
This one-of-a-kind 1974 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser has been treated to a...Read more
This one-of-a-kind 1974 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser has been treated to a complete body-off restoration with upgrades and improvements resulting in a spectacular resto-mod.
Originally a very clean, rust-free example, the truck was purchased by world-renowned off-road shop TLC 4x4 of Chatsworth, CA. TLC removed the body, stripped and media-blasted the chassis before it was primed and powder coated mil-spec black. The body is in excellent condition and totally devoid of any dings or dents. The high gloss red paint is in exquisite condition with only minor stone chips in front and a few scratches on the front fenders. The top is painted a high gloss white and shows beautifully.
The engine was a brand-new GM LS1 5.3L crate motor that was installed during the restoration prior to the current owner’s purchase in November of 2014. The LS1’s ample power is channeled through a new 4L65E 5-speed automatic gearbox. Stock axles were retained and upgraded disc brakes added.
Additional upgrades include power steering, dual Odyssey batteries, air conditioning, ICON projector LED headlights, ICON custom Bull Bar front bumper and a since discontinued Kaymar dual pivot rear bumper.
Inside there is a custom roll bar and modern stereo in the Tuffy center console. Seating is by Recaro with power adjustments for the front seats and original rear-facing jump seats in the back. All seats have been reupholstered in highly durable black vinyl and show virtually no wear. The original steering wheel has been retained and features a new hand-stitched leather wrap. New glass was installed along with new doors. All seals, locks, handles and most other trim was replaced with new.
Wheels are 17x8 Black Rock Yuma aluminum with Xtreme Pro Comp 285/70R 17 All Terrain tires.
This fantastic Land Cruiser mostly retains its original classic appearance while incorporating many modern conveniences making it a great everyday driver that’s sure to appreciate in value.Read less
Finished in Chamonix with blue leather, this striking 1973 3.0 Coupe has...Read more
Finished in Chamonix with blue leather, this striking 1973 3.0 Coupe has been completely restored with tasteful upgrades performed by well known marque specialist Don Lawrence of San Francisco. After purchasing the car in Beaverton OR, the previous owner commissioned Don to upgrade the car’s drivetrain. Don sourced and updated a 1990 3.5 litre M30 B34 engine from a 1990 735 and transplanted a E39 5-speed with new mounts and short shifter. A 3.65:1 LSD was also added along with modifications to the speedometer’s worm gear so relatively accurate speed is indicated. The current owner reports the speedometer reads approx. 4-5 mph slow. The odometer is not currently functioning so true mileage is unknown. The clock does not work but a rebuilt replacement is included.
With the drivetrain removed, all body issues were identified and fixed. The PO wanted the awkward US-required reflectors and markers removed so that was done and the body was then filled and painted. As expected, some rust was found in both front fenders, rocker panels and the lower portion of the front nose. All rust was removed and the front fenders were replaced and the entire car was repainted below the chrome trim line.
The car’s stance is ideal sitting on 16” BBS rims w/Goodyear Eagle GTs with plenty of tread remaining. There is a 5th BBS rim for use as a spare. The suspension was completely revamped and polyurethane bushings were substituted for the original rubber. The adjustable rear sway bar assists the Bilstein dampers and the car rides, handles and stops splendidly.
Inside, new front door cards were sourced and installed incorporating no speaker holes. New, correct carpeting was sourced and installed and a set of Cocoa mats add to period correctness. A vintage Nardi wood wheel replaces the nondescript OEM version. Since the leather was redone in its original blue by a previous owner, the dashboard was recovered in correct material with new wood veneer also installed. There is a period Becker Europa radio that plays through the original dash-mounted speaker. The radio has been retrofitted with an auxiliary jack for an iPod. The OE Hirschman power antenna extends automatically when the radio is turned on.
Other modifications and updates include H1 & H4 European headlights, new front calipers, brake pads and SS-braided brake lines. The A/C system was upgraded to R134a and blows ice cold.
The car comes with a 3-inch binder containing receipts for all work down by the previous two owners totaling well over $30k. Also included are two original volumes of BMW’s parts catalog for the 2800-3.0 CS.
Just serviced, this well documented, fully updated and usable classic is a joy to drive that turns heads wherever it goes.Read less
This is your chance to own your very own "Smoky and the Bandit" Firebird...Read more
This is your chance to own your very own "Smoky and the Bandit" Firebird Trans Am! This is a prime example of a classic car that just begs to be driven. This iconic car is finished in Starlight Black, the exterior proudly wears the Trans Am badging in Gold including the infamous Firebird on the hood. Other features include glass T-Tops, a recently rebuilt and period-correct Oldsmobile 6.6L/403ci V8 mated to a 3-speed Automatic Transmission, and the interior has new seat covers on the front bucket and back seats! Don't miss this chance to own your very own Firebird T/A and feel just like Burt Reynolds cruising around in this cool classic!
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2= Pontiac Division
87= 2-Door Coupe
K= 403ci V8 w/ 4BBL Carb
N= Norwood California Production Plant
140597= Production Sequence Number
Straight, solid west coast car, rust-free body and floors, original 289...Read more
Straight, solid west coast car, rust-free body and floors, original 289 V8 with automatic transmission, power steering, cold air conditioning, deluxe pony interior with shoulder seatbelts and Cruiser console, car is very clean inside in and out, fully serviced top to bottom and ready to be enjoyed. - Note: There was a typo in in the price of the car as listed initially. The PRICE of this car is $21,500.
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*** ONLY 85,555 MILES *** AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MARK II ROADSTER! FULLY...Read more
*** ONLY 85,555 MILES *** AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MARK II ROADSTER! FULLY RESTORED! FACTORY TRIPLE CARB! 15” WIRE WHEELS! 4-SPEED MANAUL WITH OVERDRIVE! Finished in Black with Red Coves and Black Interior piped in Red. Perfect full weather equipment including top, tonnaeu and side screens. Triple-spoke “Banjo” steering wheel. Dual side wing mirrors. Cigar lighter. The triple carburetor and 2+2 seating 3000 MK II is the rarest of the Austin Healey as it was only offered from early 1961 through middle of 1962. Stunning! We are export specialists and proven experts in shipping vehicles worldwide.Read less
You are looking at a 1972 Chevy Custom deluxe 1/2 ton pick up. It has a...Read more
You are looking at a 1972 Chevy Custom deluxe 1/2 ton pick up. It has a 350 ci v-8 with power steering and factory a/c. It was repainted a few years ago, the paint is driver quality not show quality. If you look close you will see imperfections in the paint as well as the moldings and trim. It's an older body on restoration. We will have more information real soon, its at the shop getting the a/c checked out and a tune up. give us a call with any questions 817-985-8888 Texas best used motorcyclesRead less
<h3>1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner</h3>Read more
<p>Classic Enterprises is very...
<h3>1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner</h3>Read less
<p>Classic Enterprises is very proud to offer for sale one of the most unique cars built in the “Decade of Decadence”, the 50’s. It is the iconic 1957 Ford Skyliner retractable hardtop This particular example is finished in the best of color combinations, Flame Red over Colonial White and talk about equipment, this one has it. It begins with the always desirable power brakes and steering add to that power windows, power seat, working Town and Country radio, and a correct Continental Kit with wide white wall tires on painted steel wheel with Ford hubcaps, painted skirts, and dual exhaust. The chrome, stainless, glass, and interior trim are like new and the underside is clean and detailed. We see these retractables often, but rarely with this equipment level and especially combined with this quality of a restoration. Here is your opportunity to enjoy a true classic that runs and drives and looks like a new one for much less than the cost to build one, and it is ready to enjoy today.</p>
<li>Quite, smooth, detailed 312 T-Bird V8 with Dress Up Kit</li>
<li>Correct Ford-O-Matic Automatic Transmission</li>
<li>Master Guide Power Steering</li>
<li>Finger Tip Control Window Lifts</li>
<li>Factory Correct Steering Wheel</li>
<li>Finished in Diamond Gloss Flame Red and Colonial White over a laser straight body</li>
<li>Excellent P205/75R14 White Wall Radial Tires</li>
<li>Immaculate Red and White Cloth and Vinyl Interior</li>
<li>Power Steering, Brakes, Windows, and Seat </li>
<li>E-Z Tinted Glass, Fender Skirts, Continental Kit</li>
<li>Magic Aire Heater and Defroster
<li>Full factory In Dash Instrumentation</li>
<li>Twin Chrome exterior Rear View Mirrors</li>
<li>Just 21380 Produced and very few with this kind of option level</li>
<li>Comes with a custom made car cover to help protect your investment</li>
<li>Detailed Engine Bay and Trunk with Mat Jack and Spare</li>
<li>Safety Guard Package with Seat Belts and Padded Dash</li>
<li>Excellent Chrome and Stainless Trim</li>
<li>Solid and Clean Undercarriage</li>
<h3>1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1</h3>Read more
<p> When Ford introduced the new...
<h3>1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1</h3>Read less
<p> When Ford introduced the new Mustang body style in 1969 and followed it up with the performance oriented Mach 1 package, a new legend was born that helped perpetuate the Mustang mystique. This fine 1969 Mustang Mach 1 came from a real car guy that had enjoyed this fine car for many years. This color combination on the Mach 1 is always desirable and gathers approval from other enthusiasts. It is powered by a 351 4V automatic and is finished in in correct and original colors of Candy Apple Red with Black. It has the always desirable power steering and brakes to go along with very rare and desirable Air Conditioning. This one is solid and very correct and it rolls down the road with confidence. Hurry and you can enjoy this fine Pony Car today.</p>
<li>Detailed engine bay with correct 351 V8 4 V with correct Hood Scoop and Locks</li>
<li>Smooth Shifting FMX transmission with console Mounted Shifter</li>
<li>Pedal Ease Power Disc Brakes and Effortless Master Guide Power Steering Power </ li>
<li>Very desirable functioning Original Ford SelectAire air conditioning</li>
<li>Factory Gauges including Temp and Amp and Mach 1 clock with full woodgrain dash</li>
<li>Correct 3 Spoke Steering Wheel</li>
<li>Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with Quad Tips and a great note</li>
<li>Excellent Set of Matched Cooper Cobra Radials 235R6014</li>
<li>Correct Factory Optional GT Wheels with Center Caps and trim rings</li>
<li>Full Length Center Console with Storage and Clock</li>
<li>Safety Guard Package with Seat Belts Padded Dash and Sun Visors</li>
<li>Optional E-Z Eye Tinted Glass in all Windows with Rear Window Slats</li>
<li>Visibility Group with Dual Color Keyed Outside Sport Mirrors</li>
<li>Aftermarket In Dash Alpine AM-FM Cassette</li>
<li>Optional Fiberglass Rear Deck Spoiler and front chin spoiler</li>
<li>Clean Solid Trunk with Spare Tire, Jack and mat</li>
<li>120 MPH Speedometer with 79k miles</li>
<li>Finished in Diamond Gloss Candy Apple Red with Mach 1 Stripes and Logo</li>
<li>Correct Black Knitted Vinyl Bucket Seats</li>
Glossy black and white finish, black interior, beautiful chrome and...Read more
Glossy black and white finish, black interior, beautiful chrome and stainless... Dressed in a tuxedo, this has to be one of the most elegant Belvederes ever! A solid, low mileage car owned from new until 2004 by a southern Plymouth dealer, this car is in prime condition and has been carefully maintained.
But when you peel back the skin, you find the beast! The original small block and automatic have been replaced with a Blueprint Engines 408ci Stroker mated to a GM 700R4 overdrive automatic transmission! MSD electronic fuel injection handles fuel distribution, while custom TTI headers and Flowmaster mufflers manage the exhaust.
The interior is in excellent condition and is dressed with custom gauges and bezel, billet Banjo steering wheel, tilt wheel, and Pioneer Premium audio.
Call Art & Speed at (901) 850-0507 to find out how to get this beautiful beast into your garage! <a title="Classic Car Financing" href="http://artandspeed.com/finance" target="_self">Financing</a> available!
* 408ci Stroker V8, 375hp, from Blueprint Engines
* 4 speed Automatic 700r4
* MSD atomic EFI system
* TTI HPC coated headers
* TTI crossover exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers
* Edelbrock aluminum intake
* BE Cool aluminum radiator
* B & M transmission cooler
* Frame off restoration
* 4 wheel power disc brakes
* Custom aluminum driveshaft
* Polyurethane trans mounts
* 16 inch American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels
* Eye Candy Black clear coat paint with Luxurious White hardtop
* Fresh chrome bumpers
* New old stock grille
* New old stock emblems
* 3rd brake light
* Stainless exhaust tips
* Classic Instruments gaugesRead less
* Black vinyl bench seats
* Billet Aluminum banjo style steering wheel
* Custom rear package tray with speakers
* 4 point shoulder harnesses and rear belts
* Flaming River tilt steering column
* Classic Instruments square electronic clock
* Custom laser cut dash insert
* Hurst V Matic ratchet shifter
This 1933 glass body, 5 window pickup was built using a Cornhusker...Read more
This 1933 glass body, 5 window pickup was built using a Cornhusker chassis and from what the owner was told, the truck was built by Cornhusker. Unfortunately, we don't have any documentation to prove that. The truck was finished in bright yellow and even the underside of the body and chassis were painted yellow as well. The purple and gray graphics were added at a later time. The interior was recovered in gray and yellow tweed. Powered by a Chevy 350 and we don't have a horsepower rating but this baby is putting down some serious power. Backed by a 3 speed automatic transmission. This truck is turn key and ready for a new home. A blast to drive and plenty of room inside. You won't be disappointed with this pickup.Read less
This all steel, 1930 Ford Sedan is an older build but shows extremely...Read more
This all steel, 1930 Ford Sedan is an older build but shows extremely well. Rebuilt with a Chevy 350 and a 3 speed auto that runs out very well. Heidts control arms and Aldan Coilovers up front and a Corvette rear end. The paint, chrome and stainless is all still in very good shape. You can tell this car has been well cared for and garaged. The vinyl roof looks to be almost brand new. The interior is very tastefully done. With front and rear bucket seats wrapped in a very nice Tan vinyl. Done in a style that will never look dated. This car has some nice features added as well, such as 4 wheel disc brakes, air conditioning and a cd player. These steel cars don't come along at this price very often. Make sure to get this one before it's gone.Read less
Notably the pinnacle of the Cameo design, the 1957 models combine a wide...Read more
Notably the pinnacle of the Cameo design, the 1957 models combine a wide color selection, new grille, Tri-Five styling and additional trim. The special Cameo features that included slab-sided rear fender skins made of fiberglass that were bolted onto a standard molding.
This Cameo was restored some time ago and refinished in Orange and White. Custom painted fender skirts were done with a personal touch but can easily be repainted or removed. The interior was given the same color combo. This truck features the 235 inline 6 and a 4 speed manual transmission.
Real Cameos are getting harder and harder to find. Don't miss this one. Call for more information or to schedule a viewing.Read less
This 2000 Plymouth Prowler looks like it just left...Read more
This 2000 Plymouth Prowler looks like it just left the showroom and has only 7,044 miles!!! The front plastic bumpers have been removed and fender mounted signals were installed. In my opinion, this is how the car should've come from the factory. The Prowler Yellow paint is practically flawless. The top and leather are in the same condition. This car really looks brand new. The factory speakers have been swapped out for an aftermarket set. 2000 is a good year to purchase because they had all the bugs worked out by this point. These low miles, showroom quality examples continue to climb in value. This is the perfect car for a collector to hang on to and let it appreciate. Or is you want a mid priced car with an undeniable cool factor to enjoy and drive, this fits that bill as well. Call today, this Prowler won't stick around long.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present the most beautiful deep...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present the most beautiful deep blue 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle that you have seen in a long time. We are not kidding, the fit and finish, and the paint work on this car is absolutely stunning. The paint looks like you could stick your arm in it and come out blue, and the painted on silver stripes really set this car off. Not to mention the 18" Foose wheels to really get even more attention to this car. At this point you should already be picking up the phone to make sure that this car is available and how fast you can get it.
Okay, so now that we have your attention. Pop the hood and you are going to see something very interesting. You are not going to see your every day run of the mill motor. Under the hood of this baby sits a 5.3 Vortec LS motor. Is the most absolute highest horsepower you could get, of coarse not. However, this motor made plenty of power, and has power steering, power brakes, and not to forget this time of year cold A/C. All of this to you equals quality and reliability every time that you hit the key. All of this is mated to a 4L60 automatic transmission and that all exits out through a 10 bolt rear end. The rear gears are unknown, but with this tranny, this car performs very well on the highway so no crazy drag race gears in this baby. She will get up and scoot and cruise with fuel economy all at the same time.
So now that you have an idea of what is underneath the car, slide around to the drivers door and get ready to sit in an interior that looks like it was done yesterday. The bench seat has no rips or tears anywhere, nor does the headliner or dash. Speaking of dash. Everything is very easily readable with the Dakota digital dash that has been installed, and the miles you see are really the miles that have been put on this car since it was built. The AM/FM radio sounds great in this car as well so you can listen to all of your favorite tunes as you cruise down the road. This car is just very comfortable to sit and and you can adjust the tilt wheel for more comfort as well.
We could go on and on about this car, but the pics and the video really speak for itself. You need to get in touch with us today and let us show you just how easy it is to make this sweet ride yours today. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the offer. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to with no prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present a great truck for not a lot...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present a great truck for not a lot of money. Here is a 1964 GMC 1/2 Ton long bed. This is one of those trucks that you just get in and go do what you want to do. The fit and finish is nice and even though the paint is a good car cruise quality. This is the one that you just want to go out and have fun with. This truck can be driven daily the way that it is, or you can take it up another level and do whatever you want with it. Either way, it needs to be yours today.
Under the hood sits a modest 305 and it does have power steering. Again, this is not the truck to go burning rubber in. This is the truck that you use as the local shop truck or like we said, just get in and drive it to work every day. The 305 is mated to a turbo 350 so you have great drive ability. As you will see in the video it is just a good, smooth running truck.
The interior is very nice as well. The recently covered vinyl bench seat is in great shape with no rips or tears. As you see in the pics, there is a tilt steering wheel to give you more adjust ability and comfort as well. There is also an AM/FM/CD player in there so you can listen to all of your favorite tunes and you cruise around. Again, this is just a cool truck for not a lot of money and you can go have a lot of fun.
What else can we say, you just need to get in touch with us today and let us show you just how easy it is for you to own this truck. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the situation. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to without any prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you another beautiful Ford...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you another beautiful Ford truck. This is a 1955 Ford F1. This is one of those trucks that you just get in and absolutely drive anywhere you want any time that you want. The fit and finish on this one is very nice. It was painted about 15 years ago so it does show some wear to it, but nothing major at all. Just a chip here and there. This is still a truck that makes you run over and pay attention to it.
So now that we have your attention with another Ford truck, let's check out the interior. As yo open the driver door, you are going to see a 70/30 clothe bench seat that does not have any rips or tears in it. There is a tilt wheel with power steering and this truck also has power drum brakes all the way around. There is also an AM/FM/ Cassette radio installed you can listen to all of your favorite tunes as you roll down the road. As you will see on the odometer, this truck has only had a little over 2500 miles put on it since it was redone. Plenty of highway cruisn miles left in this one. There is an A/C compressor on this this truck and everything is under the dash, it just needs new lines run and the system charged and you could have ice cold air if you wanted.
So, enough about the interior. Let's talk about the awesome 350 that is sitting under that big hood. This 350 when you fire it up has plenty of power and it sounds absolutely awesome when you listen to it through the Flowmaster mufflers out back. This motor is mated up to a turbo 350 tranny and all of this goes out to a Ford 9" rear. We are not aware of the rear gears, but we know that the truck does well on the highway so no radical rear gears here. Everything shifts great on this truck and just runs awesome. Like we said before, just get in, fire it up, and get ready to have a lot of fun driving around in this one.
We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to with no prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic cars is proud to present a very cool piece of Ford...Read more
Just Toys Classic cars is proud to present a very cool piece of Ford truck history. Before you is a 1951 Ford F1. This is one of those truck that you either had, or maybe you rode in one on your parents or grand parents farm. These trucks were not about horsepower or burning rubber, they were work trucks back in the day. However, today they are things that memories are made of and this one is a great example.
First and foremost you will see that this is not your standard plain black paint. This is more of a 2010 Ford color so it has a little more sparkle to it than anything it could have had back in 51. The fit and finish on this truck is great and it really takes you back in time. The bright work shines beautifully, and the white wall tires just ad a cool look to the truck. If you are a Ford truck person, then this is one that you must have in your collection.
The interior of these truck were no frills. They are very basic, and that is what you will see here. The saddle color vinyl bench seat is in great shape and you will not find any rips or tears in it. The headliner is in great shape as is the dash. There have been less then 800 mile put on this truck since it has been done so you can enjoy it for a long time to come.
The flat head V8 under the hood just purrs like a kitten and you will hear that in the video. With a nice set of tube mufflers going out the back it also has a very distinctive rumble to it that only a flat head V8 can make. This is one cool truck that gets down the road well. The 3 speed manual transmission shifts very well and the rear end had been upgraded to a Ford 9" with a 3.00 gear in it so you can get down the road well without winding it out.
What else can we say about this truck. The paint is beautiful, the wood bed looks like it was installed yesterday, and it has a great running motor. This truck just needs to be yours. We offer classic car financing for anyone that wants to take advantage of the offer. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to without any prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
It's fabulous fifties time here at Just Toys Classic Cars. We are very...Read more
It's fabulous fifties time here at Just Toys Classic Cars. We are very proud to present this beautiful 1956 Chevrolet Belair Nomad. From 100 feet or 2 feet this Nomad is an absolute stunner. The fit and finish is second to none. The blue paint looks like it just came out of the booth yesterday and you could stick your arm in it and come out blue. There is a nice bit of flake in it as well so it really dances out in the sun. Now for the silver paint, you better have your shades on when you look at this part of the car. There is a good amount of flake in it and believe you me, it looks awesome. There is just no way that once you see this car that you will be able to take your eyes off of it. This car is what you want to be cruising down the boulevard in tonight.
So, now that this beauty has grabbed your attention and really drawn you in, go around to the driver door and take a look inside. What you are going to see is a very plush two tone interior that goes with the outside of the car. The bench seats are covered in blue and silver vinyl and it just goes great with the whole car. The dash is in great shape, as is the headliner. What would normally be chrome strips across the roof have been painted blue as well as a great accent piece. You are not going to find any rips, tears, or cracks on anything in this interior.
Now, as you have seen in the pics, this is not your standard Nomad. Under the hood of this baby sits a 350 that is mated to a 4 speed transmission, and all of that goes out to a Ford 9" rear end. Rear gears are unknown, but this car does well on the highway so no radical drag racing gears here. When you fire this baby up and you hear that rumble come out of those turbo mufflers, you truly are going to have a hard time getting that ear to ear grin off of your face. Now throw that baby in to first and step off that clutch. By the way, also make sure to get your thumbs loosened up because you are going to be giving thumbs up to people the whole time you are driving.
Outside to inside, this Nomad is just that cool. You need to have this one in your collection today. We offer classic car financing for anyone that would like to take advantage of the offer. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay off your baby when you want to without any prepayment penalties so take advantage today. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Yes ladies and gentleman it is pony time here at Just Toys Classic Cars...Read more
Yes ladies and gentleman it is pony time here at Just Toys Classic Cars and we are so proud to present a rare find. This is a 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 4 speed. Now you might say, I know that they didn't make that many fast backs but that isn't that rare, and you would be right. What makes this car so rare is that it is a one owner California car. That's right folks, whoever purchases this car will only be the second owner of it. So do we have your attention now? We thought so.
Since April 17th 1964 to this very day, yours truly included have been going nuts over the original pony car, the Ford Mustang. This car here is a very fine example of why people then and people now go nuts over this car. This car here truly is a one owner car and the miles are original. There has been one repaint on the car that was done about 5-7 years ago. The name of the color is Silver Smoke Gray. This is a very unique color that you won't find a handful of at your local car show or cruise night. We do have access to the original wheels that the car was born with and you can have those shipped with the car if you wanted them.
Now let's talk about that C code 289 under the hood. The only upgrade to the motor was an Edelbrock intake and carb and the cobra valve covers. You can also get the original carb and intake that come with the car if you choose to. This is the original motor that the car was born with and the A/C is a very nice added touch for those hot summer days. This is a great running car and the clutch on the matching 4 speed transmission is right and tight as well. All of this goes out to a 2.80 rear gear so you can get a little punch and some fuel economy as well.
Now,as you slide on up to the driver door and get yourself in this rare pony, you are going to see the 100% original interior. Remember that this is a one owner, California car with only 45,xxx miles on it. Everything works exactly as it should. The only modern convenience has been the modern stereo that was put in the car and an amp is wired up under the driver side seat. Other than that, the way you see the car today is the way in which it was born. So now just fire that baby up and let your foot off the clutch and just get ready to get stopped where ever you go and talk to people about this cool car, and give more than your share of thumbs up to people.
This is one of those rare finds that you have been looking for now for some time and here she is. One owner, California car with 45,xxx miles on it. There is no reason that you shouldn't have your phone in your hand already calling to see if it is still available. This is a very special opportunity. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the opportunity. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to with no prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this cool little 1979 Mini...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this cool little 1979 Mini Cooper. These cars have a huge following all the way in to the new models of today. I can remember as a kid going to road coarse races in Missouri and seeing these right hand drive cars all over the race track because of how well you could get in to the turns with them. This one is a fine example of what I remember. The blue and white paint is only a couple years old and presents very well. The fit and finish on the car is in great shape, and as you will see in the pics and the video, you could shave in the bright work.
These cars just make you laugh because they are so cool that you just have to drive one. You wouldn't think that anyone over the height of 5 foot could fit in one, but some of us here are 6'4" and fit in it just fine. So open up the right side (yes it is right hand drive) door and slide on it and get ready to have a ton of fun. As you look around the interior you are going to see that things are pretty basic which is what these cars always were. There are no rips in the seats, dash, headliner, or carpet. There have been a set of fog lights installed for that extra racing look as well as an am/fm/cd player so you can cruise around with all of your cool tunes as well. We know that you already have that ear to ear grin on your face and you haven't even started this car up yet.
So, you go ahead and turn the key and fire up the 1000 CC motor under the hood and you hear it come to life. You chuckle a little more because you are getting ready to have a lot of fun. We are not talking about the 500 to 800 HP kind of fun. This kind of fun is handling like almost nothing you have ever driven. These cars weigh just a little over 1500 pounds so there is nothing to them. They are still one of the most nimble cars on the road today. So you put your foot on the clutch and throw this thing in to first and get ready to ride. Now that you understand what a mini is all about, you don't want to get out. You are like the kid at the go kart track that just wants to keep going and going. That is why you need to have this cool ride in your garage today.
We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to without any prepayment penalties. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present this absolutely stunning...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present this absolutely stunning 1957 Chevrolet Belair Convertible. As we all know the tri chevy's have been an iconic era, and the 57 is the pinnacle of those years. This particular car is one fine example of what these cars are. Like a lot of the cars that we offer here, the fit and finish of this car is in great shape. The red paint is absolutely stunning as you will see in the pics. The white top is brand new, and this is just one great car to look at. These are one of those cars that you just get drawn to like a magnet.
So as you walk around this car you are going to find yourself grabbing that driver door handle, and get ready to slide in to a piece of history with this car. Everything has been redone. As you look around, everything that you see is right and tight. One great thing about this car is that the modern radio is hidden in the glove box. This way you can listen to your favorite tunes as you cruise down the boulevard. Everything works just like it should on this car and will truly take you back in time as you look around.
As you fire up the original 265 under the hood, you just listen to this car purr. The ear to ear grin on your face from this car comes from how well it runs, not from tons of horsepower that is sitting under your right foot. This is still a generator car and it has been rebuilt. This car has power steering, and the brakes have been upgraded to 4 wheel power disc. This is a great upgrade to ad a modern convenience to a car that provides all of the classic heritage you can handle. Another really nice upgrade to this car is that the transmission has been upgraded to a Turbo 350 from what would have been a power glide back in the day. This gives you a lot more drive ability to the car over the glide. So now just put the top down, don your favorite shades and get ready to cruise this baby down to any of your favorite cruise nights and get all the ohhhhs and ahhhhs that you can handle.
We offer classic car financing for anyone that wants to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to with no pre payment penalties. This is a great way to get the car of your dreams and not have to pull all of the cash out of your bank at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
Ford was looking for something to compete with the Chevrolet Corvette...Read more
Ford was looking for something to compete with the Chevrolet Corvette which started to show quickly as a popular segment but didn't want to pursue the sports car necessary but created a segment all of its own. With the clever marketing plan in place, Ford began the production of the Ford Thunderbird in 1955 as a Personal Car segment and although it was very much a sporty two-seater convertible just like the Corvette, it paid more attention to luxury and comfort more so than the competition. This model did not inherit its second row of seats until 1958 and from there it slowly but surely grew in size, generation after generation until 1977 when the larger cars lost their popularity in the market. The Thunderbird was one of the longest lasting nametags for Ford and started strong by selling 23 models for every one Corvette sold when it first hit the market. The only changes completed between its inception model to the 1956 was moving the spare tire to a continental-style rear bumper in order to make more room within the trunk.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this well preserved example of the 1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible for your consideration. Featuring what is believed to be its original 312 V8 mated to its smooth shifting 3-speed Ford-O-Matic, this is a real time capsule with almost all the options available from the factory added! With its original invoice present and offered with the sale of this fine ride we see this vehicle was originally purchased in Los Angeles, California helping with the preservation of this example. With many add-ons this vehicle has the power 4-way bench seat, power brakes, power steering, power windows, turn indicators with back up lights, rear fender shields, windshield washers, radio with antenna which is functioning still to this day and even the factory air conditioner, heater and defroster! The interior is held together well but with a little age showing but with all the originality and nostalgia you could imagine. From behind the wheel this vehicle starts and drives well and with its removable hard top in excellent condition, this is the best of both worlds. Also added to this vehicle is a spectacular set of Kelsey Hayes chrome spoke wheels, the continental kit is also standing tall and with its full file of documentation including original invoice, receipts and news articles about this legend, call or email us for a closer look at your new favorite ride!
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Recently restored Flame Red Cheyenne Super auto 350 with Edelbrock...Read more
Recently restored Flame Red Cheyenne Super auto 350 with Edelbrock aluminum intake & carb. Options on this 1972 Chevy C10 Super include: A/C, AM/FM radio, power front disc brakes, power steering, tilt/wheel, seat belts, & rally wheels. The interior of the truck has been completely restored with new white vinyl upholstery with Dynamat underneath the carpet. The truck came with a factory a/c, but it was pretty far gone, so I replaced it with a Hurricane A/C unit from old air products, along with a new radiator to keep the engine cool. Inspected with clean Texas title. The truck is sold "as-is" and without warranty. Buyer responsible for shipping.Read less