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  • It’s rare to see a Buick that’s not a GS get the muscle car makeover,...

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    It’s rare to see a Buick that’s not a GS get the muscle car makeover, but this 1966 Skylark convertible shows off what’s possible with a little imagination. After all, this is a cousin to the GTO and the Olds 442, so everything that’s great about those cars translates directly to the slick Buick, too.
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    Originally red, this Skylark now proudly wears a coat of blue that looks especially good on the clean A-body sheetmetal. The first things most folks notice about this car are those hood scoops, which give a low-key Buick a very aggressive overall demeanor. Of course, those contrasting light blue stripes certainly don’t hurt with the attitude adjustment, and even speaking as a Buick guy, one has to like the look a lot. Those quarter panels look about a quarter-mile long, but they’re straight and well-finished, and as a convertible, this one feels rock solid with doors that fit well, a tribute to Buick’s build quality. Styling is typical ‘60s conservative, but there’s a quiet confidence about this car that suggests it has nothing to prove. Just the same, it’s dressed nicely with bright chrome bumpers and plenty of bright stainless trim around the windshield and grille.
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    As conservative as the Buick appears externally (well, without the stripes and scoops, anyway), the interior says, “Let’s party!” Striped seat covers look authentic and fit beautifully, making for a very inviting passenger compartment. The fat wood-rimmed wheel is clearly a recent addition and looks quite upscale, which is certainly appropriate in GM’s #2 brand. The original gauges keep track of the basics assisted by an under-dash temperature gauge, and the dash itself wears bright stainless trim instead of the ersatz wood that would come later. Entertainment from the AM/FM/CD stereo is augmented by a remote that keeps the original AM radio in the dash for an OEM look. The trunk is simply massive (and remember this is only the “mid-sized” Buick in 1966!), carrying a full-sized spare and a mat that fits well. Overhead, a light blue convertible top looks new and expertly installed with no wrinkles or sags.
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    Displacing a nice, round 300 cubic inches, the 310 Wildcat this Buick holds represents the torque rating, and the stout small block moves the convertible with genuine enthusiasm. Finished in Buick Turquoise, it shows evidence of regular service and fairly recent paint on the valve covers and very few deviations from stock. It’s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt out back. No, it’s not detailed and shiny like it’s going to the prom, but it is solid and nicely maintained, with a recent dual exhaust system that sounds muscular. Classic Buick road wheels always look great, especially when wrapped in period-correct G70-14 redlines.
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    If you’re a Buick fan or just looking for a clean ragtop that isn’t a garden-variety Chevy, this muscle-bound Buick deserves a second look. And where else can you get into a nice classic convertible for this price?! Call today!

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  • The '69 Camaro has always enjoyed high demand in the classic car market....

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    The '69 Camaro has always enjoyed high demand in the classic car market. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro showcases why these cars are so cool, and why there will always be a demand for these iconic cars. Yes, Z/28 and SS cars certainly hold a special place with a lot of enthusiasts, but so do wonderful pro-touring machines that are built to just have a blast enjoying and driving. When you hop into a car like this, it's hard not to have fun!
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    Look at that killer stance! As far as aesthetics go, this Camaro is the epitome of how a muscle car should look. It's low, wide, wears a menacing cowl hood, and you can almost hear the big block V8 roaring to life just by looking at it. Its sheetmetal is covered in a great looking burgundy hue that highlights that muscular stance very well. Accenting the color is a set of silver SS stripes that were painted on with precision. The doors shut with confidence, the hood lifts with ease, and the trunk opens and closes as if it were new. Body gaps appear to be good all around, the chrome bumpers look new, and the rear deck lid spoiler emphasizes the overall stance. It all comes together on a bright set of 17'' American Racing Torque Thrust wheels.
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    When you slide inside the black vinyl interior, you'll find that it remains very traditional. It's a new interior, so everything appears very clean and tidy. The front buckets and rear bench are covered in clean and crack free vinyl that presents a nice gloss. The dash is straight and houses controls for the Classic Auto Air air conditioning system and, a slew of Auto Meter gauges that keep tabs on speed, engine revs, oil pressure, water temperature, fuel level, and amperage. Interior trim is clean and sharp and with fresh badges. And connecting with the driver is a Hurst shifter with a Keisler 5-speed shift knob, and a wood grain 3-spoke steering wheel.
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    The interior may be fairly simple and traditional, but that's not the case with the engine bay. Cradled cleanly under the hood is a 468 cubic inch big block V8. Starting life as a GM 454, the block was bored .060 over for an additional 204cc of displacement and then fitted with a fresh crank, rods and pistons for 9.6:1 compression, while a moderate Comp cam was installed for valve durations. Feeding air and fuel to this brute motor is an Edelbrock RPM Air Gap intake manifold, and Quick Fuel 750 cfm carburetor fitted with stainless braided fuel lines. The burnt air/fuel mixture is exhaled through a set of Hooker headers through a great sounding dual exhaust system. Cooling comes from a BeCool radiator with dual electric fans, while spark is issued through an MSD distributer and plug wires. The engine is dressed up nicely with a chrome air cleaner, valve covers, and sorted with a March serpentine system with billet pulleys. It's definitely an engine bay you'll want to show off. Power from the big block travels to a 5-speed manual transmission to a beefy Ford 9'' with 3.70 gears that spin Moser axles. The lowered stance comes from a 2'' drop up front and a 1.5'' drop out back. Power steering and power four-wheel disc brakes with slotted rotors keep the 215/40/17 front and 255/40/17 rear BF Goodrich G-Force T/As under control.
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    This is a fully sorted pro-touring machine that will evoke complements and stares wherever you take it. It's another fine example as to why '69 Camaros are at the top of nearly every gearhead's wish list. It takes that muscular attitude we grew to love and enhances it with menacing looks and incomparable big block power. Call today!

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  • Mustangs and Thunderbirds are certainly quick to come to mind when...

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    Mustangs and Thunderbirds are certainly quick to come to mind when thinking about classic Fords, but one car that definitely has a solid fan base as well is the Ford Deluxe. When we get a car as nice as this 1940 Ford Deluxe in our showroom, it's going to get attention and it's going to move quick!
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    When you approach this car it's easy to realize the craftsmanship that went into this build. The liquid smooth panels display deep reflections in the burgundy hue. The chrome trim and bumpers look factory fresh. In fact, you could lose yourself into imagining that you were walking around a Deluxe that came straight off the assembly line. The doors shut with authority and panel gaps are near flawless...everything just fits like it should. The tan top lifts up manually and seals tightly to keep passengers comfortable. Overall, it's just a fine specimen of a car that was distinguished to be a 'marque within a marque' due to its luxurious and upscale feel.
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    The quality continues inside with a rich, tan interior that features a front and rear bench seat covered in taut tan vinyl. The door panels look great with wood grain topping the tan vinyl that features elegant piping. The tan and burgundy dash doesn't have any additional gauges or components, it looks just as it did when it the left the factory, and probably just as clean. Even the glove box opens and closes as it should without any struggle with fitment that can be common in cars of this era. Trimmed in wood grain, the split windshield is a pleasant view for the driver who manages shifts with a column mounted shifter.
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    Unlatch the hood to find a beautiful 221 cubic inch Flathead V8 that is nestled in a very clean engine bay. Again, nothing here is additional to the car...it's all just a great representation at what Ford produced over 70 years ago. Fire that engine to life and you'll have to remind yourself it is even running, that's how quiet and smoothly this engine operates. It sends power to a 3-speed manual transmission that turns the rear wheels. Those wheels are wrapped in 6.00/16 bias ply tires that maintain that authentic look.
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    With the finish this car presents, in the factory correct fashion it presents it in, you'll be itching to get it out to the show field. It's a smooth ride with a smooth finish and is just a joy to take out on a sunny day cruise. If you've been looking for a well-built Ford Deluxe, this car deserves your attention. Call today!

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  • First generation Camaros have long been in high demand in the muscle car...

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    First generation Camaros have long been in high demand in the muscle car market. When you include the addition of a real deal RS package car covered in a beautiful red paint job and a convertible top, then the demand certainly increases. Take a closer look at this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible, with a nice addition under the hood, if you're looking for a car that will always be in style.
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    Covering the straight and flat panels on this Camaro is a red finish that shows sharp reflections. The paint looks very nice and is a finish you'd be proud to show off. RS stripes and badging are all present, and up front are the RS specific, hideaway headlights that make for an awesome look. Clean chrome bumpers are mounted at the front and rear with vivid tail lights out back, and back-up lights beneath. When 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. Overall, the exterior of this RS looks very nice and it sits on clean 15'' 5-spoke Pacer wheels.
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    Inside is a beautiful deluxe 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 vinyl and trimmed in elegant white inserts that are familiar to the deluxe package. The rear bench seat is covered in the same glossy vinyl with white inserts. The speakers pictured resting on the rear seat are easily removable for a more permanent location. In between the front bucket seats is a center console that houses a small storage compartment, the automatic shifter and 3 gauges that include a clock and monitor fuel level, amperage, oil pressure, and water temps. Topping that console is the crack free dash that hosts all of the factory instrumentation, an AM/FM radio with cassette, and switches for the heat and defrost. The deluxe door panels have an elegant design and carry comfortable elbow rests. And a great looking steering wheel sits on a tilting column.
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    Under the hood is a monster aluminum 5.7 liter LS1 V8 that has been converted to carbureted fuel delivery. Dressed up with a chrome air cleaner, this storied engine looks great in the clean engine bay. An aluminum radiator keeps things cool, while an MSD ignition system sends spark to the eight cylinders. Gasses are sent through Hedman Hedders manifolds and a dual exhaust system for a throaty sound. Sending power to the rear end with posi-traction and 3.08 gears is a 4-speed automatic transmission. Assisting in making this car fun to drive is power steering and disc brakes up front. Staggered 215/60/15 front and 245/60/16 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As wrapping chrome rally wheels put the power to the road.
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    Whether you're looking for a car to show off at the local shows or on Main Street, this 1967 Camaro RS is a great candidate. With a showroom fresh appearance, and a power package to boot, we doubt it will last long in our showroom. Call today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2005 Ferrari F430 coupe equipped...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2005 Ferrari F430 coupe equipped with a 4.3L 480HP V8 engine and a 6-speed F1 (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Gloss Black exterior color and Black full leather interior along with Carbon Fiber trim and seats and White contrast stitching throughout.

    This is an exceptionally clean F430 that comes well appointed including:

    + Carbon Fiber scuderia seats

    + Kenwood premium sound

    + Carbon Fiber interior trim

    + Red tachometer

    + Championship commemorative plate

    + Scuderia shields

    + 20" Shiny black sport spoke wheels

    + Yellow calipers

    + Smoked tail lights

    + Tinted side glass

    ...plus much more!!

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  • 29000 mile Bentley Azure. This stunning black and beige combination...

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    29000 mile Bentley Azure. This stunning black and beige combination occupies a very clean, no story car. Everything looks and works as it should. Quite the automobile for the money. If you know what these cars are you need no sales pitch. This is the quality car you have been searching for.

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  • 1935 Ford Cabriolet Ford&amp;#8217;s Flathead V8 motor. 3...

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    1935 Ford Cabriolet Ford&amp;#8217;s Flathead V8 motor. 3 speed manual floor shift transmission. Tan exterior with red-line striping along the side &amp;amp; Tan convertible top. Brown bench seat interior. Stock steering. Stock brakes. Single exhaust. Rear mounted spare. Chrome bumpers. Dual horns. Taillights &amp;amp; driving lights. Original gauges. Banjo steering wheel. Rumble seat. 16&amp;#8221; Red wire wheels with Wide White wall tires. Once a piece from the Harold R. Wing collection. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevrolet inventory. Own a piece of history in a Chevrolet Cabriolet for

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  • *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NS *** What we are...

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    *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NS *** What we are offering for sale is the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster that was used in the 1962 television season of Route 66. This was an iconic show back in the day starring Martin Milner and George Maharis that ran for four seasons with a new car being used in each. This numbers matching 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster has only 26,798 original miles on the odometer. This car has been refinished in its original Fawn Beige complemented by a beautiful Fawn Beige interior with a matching Fawn Beige auxiliary hardtop; she does not have a convertible top. This car has the original 327cid / 340hp engine that has been upgraded coincident with the items outlined in the attached magazine article. She also has her original 4 speed manual transmission. The car drives like a 10; the sound, acceleration and the fact that it is essentially rattle free make this an unbelievable ride. This car is a true original piece of American history with a television pedigree and she is priced consistent with a car of this caliber. If you are a Corvette collector, this is will make a perfect addition to your collection; do not let the chance to own it pass you by. 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 buying this car - 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 paul@silverstonemotorcars.com I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** FINANCING AVAILABLE - APPLY TODAY *** ** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NS **

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  • HERE IS A WELL BUILT ALL STEEL 1953 F100 PICKUP. THIS TRUCK WAS FINISHED...

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    HERE IS A WELL BUILT ALL STEEL 1953 F100 PICKUP. THIS TRUCK WAS FINISHED IN THE LAST FEW YEARS. THE TEAL PAINT IS ALMOST SHOW QUALITY. THE STEEL WHEELS ARE PAINTED CREAM WITH SMALL HUBCAPS AND TRIM RINGS. THE BED IS STAINED WOOD. ALL BRIGHTWORK IS NEW. THE INTERIOR IS CUSTOM....BUCKET SEATS WITH FOLD DOWN ARMREST. AN OVERHEAD CONSOLE HOUSES THE AM-FM-CD PLAYER. SPEAKERS ARE BUILT IN. NEW VDO GAUGES WITH THE CORRECT HOUSING WERE INSTALLED. IT HAS A TILT WHEEL AND MODERN COLUMN. THIS TRUCK HAS VINTAGE AIR THAT BLOWS COLD. UNDER THE HOOD IS A FI 5.0 ENGINE WITH HEADERS., POWER STEERING, RACK AND PINION, FRONT DISC BRAKES, DRUM REAR. BRAND NEW RADIATOR ALSO ....IT RUNS COOL.......THIS TRUCK IS TURN KEY, READY TO DRIVE, ALL STEEL....EVERYTHING YOU WOULD WANT........LETS GO CRUISING

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  • 1955 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Limo for sale (CA) - $49,000
    Attention,...

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    1955 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Limo for sale (CA) - $49,000
    Attention, Car Collectors!
    This magnificent classic Rolls Royce Silver Wraith was once owned by the Morton Salt Company family.
    It has been lovingly restored (approximately 90%) and is just awaiting its next lucky owner!
    It is a right-hand drive, 4-door limousine
    with the privacy window between the front and back seats,
    which have been reupholstered with English leather from Rolls Royce.
    The body is black lacquer with beige side panels and HUGE new whitewall tires!
    It has gigantic head lamps and of course the classic Flying Lady on the hood!
    It has AC (after factory, of course), jump seats in the back.
    It has a DVD/CD player in the rear.
    The interior wood has yet to be reconditioned.
    The engine has approximately 60,000 miles, has a small leak and the cooling system runs a little hot (it may need a thermostat?).
    It would be a great rental for movies, weddings, special events -- or, with a little TLC, a Sunday drive car.
    It is a real beauty!
    Call Bob @ 818-231-3964

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  • 1957 Chevy Bel Air for sale (KS) - $37,500
    1957 Chevy...

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    1957 Chevy Bel Air for sale (KS) - $37,500
    1957 Chevy Bel-Air.
    Original 1 owner
    120,000 original miles
    Powerpack 283 v8, 4 brl carb, duel exhaust
    Red exterior with Red & Black interior.
    regular oil changes.
    engine runs great!!
    Call James @ 316-260-227 OR 316-644-7404

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  • 1927 Ford Roadster for sale (NY) - $40,000
    Rear tires: Eagle GT II...

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    1927 Ford Roadster for sale (NY) - $40,000
    Rear tires: Eagle GT II P275/45R 20's on Billet specialty rims.
    Front tires: Eagle GT II 215/45ZR 17's on Billet specialty rims
    Disk brake front, drum rear, 3.8 Turbo charged 350 HP Buick Grand National motor and 700 R4 Tranny 700 miles, all motor and engine components NEW, custom made 4 core radiator.
    Motor custom made by Cotton's Performance Agawhom.
    Call Greg @ 585-455-7314

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  • 1969 VW Beetle Karmann Edition Convertible for sale (AZ) - $11,900
    This...

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    1969 VW Beetle Karmann Edition Convertible for sale (AZ) - $11,900
    This is a all numbers matching vehicle!!
    Fully restored.
    Frame off restoration,
    Southern car- shipped to AZ
    135,049 on odometer.
    1,300 miles on rebuild
    Red exterior with Black vinyl interior.
    2Door. Manual.
    EXCELLENT condition.
    All new- new paint job.
    Call Andy @ 602-909-4080

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  • 1928 Ford Model A Woody for sale (MI) - $35,000
    Light Tan, Two-Toned...

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    1928 Ford Model A Woody for sale (MI) - $35,000
    Light Tan, Two-Toned exterior with Light Tan Cloth interior.
    3 spd Manual, floor shifter. V4
    All parts are original!!
    (There is NO speedometer)
    Excellent driving condition!
    Call Doug @ 616-374-0740

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  • Ever find yourself meandering through a massive show drooling over the...

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    Ever find yourself meandering through a massive show drooling over the feature cars and wondering how you could get your hands on one? Here’s your chance! This stunning ’63 roadster is a gorgeous blend of show and go that, thanks to its modern LS3 powerplant, upgraded late-model suspension, and fully detailed undercarriage, is worthy of a throne red carpet and a cage of red ropes. This ’63 is proof that when custom builds have a clear vision and distinct purpose, it serves to enhance their platform’s classic design and appeal to enthusiasts who would’ve never given an early factory Corvette a second look. After all, how could any red-blooded car guy not love a great mix of timeless virtues and hand-picked modern technology? America’s favorite sports car was built with the purpose to lap tracks, not float through a stuffy regimen of tea-times, and there’s no denying its pedigree when looking at this ’63 Corvette. At the front of this Chevy, hideaway headlight s, bullet-style marker lamps and a brilliant razor-blade chrome bumper cage a body-width, stainless-trimmed grille. At the sides of that grille, simple ‘67 heat extractors ride between traditional door handles, color-keyed rocker trim and a familiar, bowtie-branded mirror. Lift this roadster’s sculpted hood and you’ll find the forerunner to virtually all the technology still featured in Chevrolet sports cars: GM’s potent LS3 small block. The powerful mill utilizes 376 cubic inches to twist brutal 10.7 to 1 compression into 430 horsepower and 424 lb./ft. of torque. Behind the engine, a proven Keisler 5-speed manual transmission sends power to a late model Corvette independent rear. Stops are provided by power four wheel disc brakes which utilize drilled and slotted rotors. If you’ve been searching for an awesome C2 to enjoy for years to come, you’re looking at your next classic! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • The debut of a new model for any manufacturer is a big deal, but for...

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    The debut of a new model for any manufacturer is a big deal, but for Porsche this was a big game changer for the company and for the sports car industry. The Porsche 911 has been the longest production vehicle in existence that has retained the name and the authentic body style from the first generation. With the all new 911SC coming to market, it was a significant improvement over it processor. With an upgraded 3.0L that proved to be very dependable and stronger for the additional weight that was added to add some extra creature comforts for the driver and passengers. With a more powerful engine and more torque available to the driver, this car was not only an everyday driver option, but one that begged to be brought out to the track and prove to the driver or anyone chasing it that it was still a 911 and still a Porsche that must be respected!

    Just out of a private collection, we are pleased to offer this unique 1978 Porsche 911 SC Targa. This highly original car features just 94 595 miles since new and is finished in Grand Prix White its rare and original Red / Tartan Interior. The interior remains original featuring a near perfect dash, excellent door pockets and panels, the original tartan seats and trim show minor wear and fade due to age but overall remain excellent along with the carpers and rear package tray. The car features factory air, the compressor and under dash unit work properly and blows cool, the system does need to be charged. The original Blaupunkt radio works properly. The exterior presents very nice as well showing some normal chips and wear in the paint due to age and use, the exterior trim is excellent. The original Fuchs wheels are excellent the tires still retain meaty tread. Other highlights include pop off valve conversion, fog lights and a full set of factory tools. Mechanically, the car runs out well, shifts excellent and handles like a 911.

    It is no secret that the demand and values for Air Cooled 911 Porsches remain on the rise as there timeless design, overall reliability and the unique driver feel that no other car can offer drives the demand. The 911 SC offered here is sure to stand out of the crowd with its rare Tartan Plaid interior and sets it apart from the others.

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

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  • I bought this truck with a bad engine and I'm putting a 383 stroker with...

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    I bought this truck with a bad engine and I'm putting a 383 stroker with a 700 r4 trans . My Daughter and I are doing all the work and this will be our first complete hot rod build together .The date on the Pictures are wrong and I can't figure out how to change it so the dates should start out with July 1 st 2014. I am a Disabled Vet from Iraq and I try to do all I can and with my Daughters help we should have it done by Christmas .

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  • 1973 Z-28 TH-400 Automatic

    This car is finished in original...

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    1973 Z-28 TH-400 Automatic

    This car is finished in original Midnight Blue with white stripes over black interior and comes equipped with factory air conditioning (First Year for AC) This car maintains it's originality unmolested features which are truly very hard to find and becoming the most thought after muscle car in today's classic car industry! Only 6,177 Z-28 Camaro's were produced this year!

    This drive train was completely rebuilt back to factory specifications which includes the matching numbers 350/L-82 (Corvette L-82 ) engine with the matching number TH 400 Hydromatic and the rear end is the matching number 3.42 10 bolt posi traction. (The motor HP 245 was now rated from the rear end and prior to 73 they were rated at crank so if rated like prior it would be about 275 HP or 25%.) The car is equipped with the factory matching number cast iron intake with the correct Rochester Quadra jet carburetor rebuilt to factory specification.
    This car has the correct 11 inch cast iron front disc brakes. In the rear of the car are the 11 inch drums which are standard. The steering is power which was standard in 1973 and the ratio is the common 16:1 ratio. The car has the correct 15" x 7" steel wheel which have been painted bright finish.

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  • A beautiful numbers matching, red/red roadster with factory sidepipes. I...

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    A beautiful numbers matching, red/red roadster with factory sidepipes. I have owned for 2 years while doing a $10,000 cosmetic restoration (receipts available). New leather seats, carpet, & mats. New top never wet. 21 pictures available. Dr. Nick

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  • When it comes to universal appeal, few American cars bring it quite like...

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    When it comes to universal appeal, few American cars bring it quite like the Ford Mustang. While a lot of its competitors placed an emphasis on speed, style, or some other singular piece of the puzzle, the Mustang did its best to be everything to everyone. As the infamous Ford brand celebrates its 50th anniversary, 2014 has been a fantastic year to invest in a legendary Stang. Over the past few weeks we’ve seen numerous Mustangs sell here at RK Motors Charlotte as quickly as they arrived. And this award winning ’65 Mustang is poised to join the long list of Stang sales in 2014. If you are in the market for an investment grade Pony car that will not disappoint, then it doesn’t get much better than this documented K-code Mustang that appears as if it just rolled out of the Dearborn assembly plant. The product of a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration in 2011, its solid body was primed to a smooth canvas for a correct and glossy coat of Rangoon Red. We aren’t the only ones who think this is one of the nicest ’65 fastbacks we have ever seen, the fastback was given the Gold award from the MCA in 2011, and the First Junior and First Senior awards from the Antique Automobile Club of America in 2011. It also comes with an open invitation to the Boca Raton Concours D’Elegance in February of 2015 and the Winter Park Concours d’Elegance in November of 2014. Pop the solid steel hood and you’ll find a period correct K-code 289 cubic inch Ford V8 that wears a correct C5AE-6015-E casting number. Just because it displaces only 289 cubic inches, don’t make the mistake of dismissing the potent V8 under the hood. Shelby used this engine in the early GT350s and dominated on the racetracks, and the 271 horsepower K-code 289 is only a step below the 306 horsepower race Shelbys. Behind the hot 289, the original numbers matching Toploader 4-speed manual transmission which wears a matching VIN, turns the original tried and true Ford 9-inch rear axle equipped with 3.50 gears. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • A documented rare 1988 Trans AM GTA Convertible, with only 10,800 miles...

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    A documented rare 1988 Trans AM GTA Convertible, with only 10,800 miles on it at time of purchase at Mecum Auction, Harrisburg PA in July 2014. Vehicle was previously listed in Storage Auction, Auburn MA, March 2104. Condition is Excellent, with very little wear throughout the vehicle. Also Rare Convertible option, less than 50 known to have been produced in 1988.

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  • 1971 Z-28 Camaro (Matching Numbers rare M-22 4 Speed)
    Complete frame...

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    1971 Z-28 Camaro (Matching Numbers rare M-22 4 Speed)
    Complete frame off restoration throughout and has a beautifully detailed red oxide primer undercarriage. Finished in original Tuxedo Black with white stripes over black interior.
    Rebuilt .30 over Matching numbers 350/LT1 engine 330 HP with power steering.
    Completely rebuilt Matching Numbers Muncie M-22 (Rockcrusher) 4 speed transmission.
    Matching Numbers rear end. 3.73 10 bolt positraction unit.
    Correct 11 inch cast iron front power disc brakes. Rear brakes standard 11 inch drums which are standard.
    Brand new factory BF Goodrich tires.
    The car is equipped with the original cast aluminum hi rise factory intake with the correct Holley duel feed carburetor rebuilt to factory specification retaining matching numbers.
    Leather seats front and back in excellent condition no rips or tears
    Car retains all of its original sheet metal and paint is in excellent shape, No rust!!
    Brand new brakes front and back with new drums, and rotors.
    Brand new leaf springs, shocks and body bushings throughout.
    *** Very Rare survivor in Beautiful Condition***
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  • 1973 Z-28 RS Camaro (Matching Numbers) TH-400 AC $35000.00

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    1973 Z-28 RS Camaro (Matching Numbers) TH-400 AC $35000.00

    Ground up frame off restoration 75 B paint code is Medium Red, Car was ordered from factory without stripes. There's a ton of time and money tied up in the bodywork, which includes the original flat surface hood and 3-piece D-80 rear spoiler. 1973 was the last year for the wide mouth RS grille and separate bumperettes up front, and it's a look that many Camaro enthusiasts seem to prefer, so it was all restored to stock condition with a blacked-out grille and beautiful fresh chrome. The paint is two-stage urethane matrix that simply glows, with a mile-deep shine.

     New Carpets and sill plates.
     Door Panels excellent condition!
     All Gauges factory original in working condition!
     Rebuilt matching numbers L-82 Corvette 350 CI 245 HP .30 over, carrying all its original, numbers matching equipment (carb, intake, heads, etc.),
     *** Actual HP rating was changed in 72-73 from crank to rear end and if rated the same as 70-71 HP would be around 300 )
     Rebuilt matching numbers TH-400 Automatic transmission
     Matching numbers rear-end 3.42 gears in the original 12-bolt housing.
     All new complete brake system.
     All new body to frame grommets replaced
     All new Door, Trunk weather-strip replaced in Latex

    Factory Options include:
    Power Windows
    Factory A/C
    Tilt column
    Black bucket seats (restored to factory condition)

    Upgrades

    *** Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo in the
    *** Flow-master exhaust system
    *** New 235/60/15 BFG radials

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  • 1962 Chevy Impala for sale (IL) - $34,500
    3632 rebuilt miles.
    White...

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    1962 Chevy Impala for sale (IL) - $34,500
    3632 rebuilt miles.
    White exterior with Green interior.
    Manual 5spd.
    283 2 barrel.
    Vehicle is totally redone!!
    IMMACULATE!
    Call Rick @ 815-234-2876

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  • (Un-restored 100% matching numbers ) This is a true and rare 1972 Camaro...

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    (Un-restored 100% matching numbers ) This is a true and rare 1972 Camaro Z/28 as designated by the L in the VIN number. Only 2575 1972 Z/28's were manufactured by Chevrolet do to the UAW strike at the Camaro Norwood assembly plant and represents the least amount of Z/28 Camaro's produced in any year other than the 602 produced for the 1967 model year. LT1 matching # 350 engine, Matching # M-22 close ratio 4 speed transmission. 10 bolt rear posi with 373 gears. Original code 57 Golden Brown paint and clear coat as indicated on the trim tag. Factory power steering and power front disc brakes.

     Zero rust and still maintains all original sheet metal and factory primer finish !!!!

     ENGINE COMPLETELY REBUILT TO FACTORY SPECS .30 OVER

     TRANSMISSION COMPLETELY REBUILT WITH NEW GEARS,SEALS AND SHIFT FORKS. M-22 MUNCIE CLOSE RATIO (ROCKCRUSHER)

     NEW CLUTCH AND PRESSURE PLATE.

     COMPLETE NEW BREAK SYSTEMS, ROTORS, CALIPARS, DRUMS, MATER CYCLINDER, BRAKE BOOSTER AND LINES.

    NEW POWER STEERING PUMP AND POWER STEERING GEAR BOX WITH NEW LINES.

    REBUILT REAREND NEW BEARINGS, SEALS AND PINON GEAR.

     NEW CARPETING AND SILL PLATES.

    ** THIS CAR IS 100 % RUST FREE AND RETAINS ALL ORIGINAL SHEET METAL**

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  • 71 RS Z/28 (Matching Numbers Drive Train)

    Very Rare original 71 Z-28...

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    71 RS Z/28 (Matching Numbers Drive Train)

    Very Rare original 71 Z-28 Rally Sport-Split Bumper

    Complete ground up restoration Painted in Nevada Silver with Black Stripes

    New Carpets and sill plates.
    Door Panels excellent condition!
    All Gauges factory original in working condition!
    Rebuilt matching numbers LT1 Corvette 350 CI 330 HP .30 over, carrying all its original, numbers matching equipment (carb, intake, heads, etc.),

    Rebuilt matching numbers TH-400 Automatic transmission
    Matching numbers rear-end 3.42 gears in the original 12-bolt housing.
    All new complete brake system.
    All new body to frame grommets replaced
    All new Door, Trunk weather-strip replaced in Latex

    Car still wears its original sheet metal and wheels including the spare and original jacking kit!

    F41 Sport Suspension 775 Black Standard Interior AO1 Soft Ray Tinted Glass Z23 Interior Accent Group N40 Power Steering J50 Power Brakes RS Front and Rear Spoilers All Original Body Panels Beautiful Original Floors and Trunk.

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  • I’m the proud 3rd owner of an all original 66 Charger – Roxanne. She was...

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    I’m the proud 3rd owner of an all original 66 Charger – Roxanne. She was born June 23, 1966 at the Lynch Road plant in Michigan. Roxanne is a Georgia Peach and was won in a raffle by the original owner Mrs. Dorothy Dunn in late 1966. How cool is that!

    Roxanne spent her first 13 years in Albany, Georgia and was serviced by Flint River Dodge. Byron Shaw of Grand Ridge, Florida bought her in 1979. I bought Roxanne in 2004. Byron passed on a lot of original paper work including a warrantee receipt for the dealer installed AC (signed by Paul Dunn in 1967 when Roxanne had 8958 miles).

    Byron took excellent care of her rebuilding the engine, painting her once the original color and always putting her in the garage. I haven’t found the broadcast sheet, but have decoded the fender tag, matched the Certicard to the VIN and the radiator support to the fender tag SO Number. Roxanne’s outfitted with a 318 polyspheric, an automatic transmission, and economy music master AM radio. She’s basically a non-optioned car. As an avid DIY’er I do all work myself and know just about every nut and bolt on her. As it turns out, Roxanne is my well kept mistress! :)

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  • 1934 Ford Truck

    ALL STEEL BODY
    NOT CHOPPED
    TEXAS BLUE...

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    1934 Ford Truck

    ALL STEEL BODY
    NOT CHOPPED
    TEXAS BLUE TITLE

    PRICE $45,000 OBO

    CALL OR TEXT (281)844-6804
    LOCATED IN CROSBY, TX

    Every piece the went into the Professional Building of This Truck is the BEST MONEY can BUY!!!!!!!

    This is a Show Truck and can be driven to Car Shows. Dependable and FAST!!!! 1ST Place Wins at Car Shows.

    Ground Up Restoration
    Custom Built Frame
    Custom Paint by *Specialty Collision Auto
    Custom Pin Stripping
    Custom Built Bed
    Custom Leather Interior
    Custom Kenwood Sound System

    LS1 Motor
    700 R 4 OD Trans
    355 9" Ford
    Kugel Front End Rack & Pinion Polish Stainless
    Tranglated 4 Bar
    Weld Rod Lites Wheels
    NEW Custom Leather Upholstery
    Custom Sound System Kenwood
    Air Condition
    Power Brakes Disc

    1934 Ford Truck, Street Rod, Custom Built, 1934, Ford, Truck, For Sale, Houston, Texas, Tx, 1934 Ford, Car Shows, Car Cruises, LS1, Custom, Frame, Paint, Interior, Dallas, Austin, Amarillo, Conroe, Tomball, Cypress, North Houston, South Houston, Woodlands, Spring, Katy, Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita, Huffman, Porter, Crosby, Highlands, Beaumont, Baytown, Clearlake, Friendswood, Alvin, Pearland, Galveston, Texas City, Lufkin, Crosby, For Sale, Austin, Galveston, Pasadena, Waco

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  • Gr Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very well done 1948 Ford F1...

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    Gr Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very well done 1948 Ford F1 Pick Up Custom. This southern truck was completely taken down to bare metal and was professionally Chopped 4 inches and transformed into the high quality street machine it is today. The truck comes finished in outstanding Vermillion Red Paint, over Gray custom interior. It powered by a built Ford 302 V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission with street lock and shift kit. Power is applied via a Posi rear end. Other features include Mustang II front end, Disc Brakes, Heavy Duty Aluminum Radiator, Power Steering, Air Conditioning, 4 Barrel dual feed Carburetor, Custom White Face Gauges, Wood Bed, Tilt Wheel, Dual Exhaust, Power Windows, Power Seat, Fiber glass Fenders and running Boards. The truck features excellent paint, excellent chrome and bright work, a high quality build and a great interior. Our test drive revealed a vehicle that is well sorted, well behaved in all situations and also provides excellent acceleration and power.
    Ready to Show and Go, this 1948 Ford truck is priced well below the cost of build.

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

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  • Recently restored Trans Am. Runs and Sounds great. Looking for $4500. ...

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    Recently restored Trans Am. Runs and Sounds great. Looking for $4500. obo. Garage kept

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2000 Jaguar XK8 for purchase....

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2000 Jaguar XK8 for purchase. The Jaguar roadsters have been an industry standard for luxury, style, and performance leading back to before they changed their name to Jaguar in 1945. In 1996, the XK8 became the successor of the very popular XJS with a extensively changed platform. They shared the platform with the Aston Martin DB7 and the new technology made these cars a highly sought after grand tourer roadsters. Sticker prices started in the $70,000 range, but still sold like hotcakes making the prices on these modern collectibles quite a steal.

    This 2000 XK8 is a very well preserved roadster originally delivered to Florida. It features the original 4.0L V8 paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission. This car is all stock except for a new lowering kit, new fat tires, and stripped and powdercoated wheels. It also features a new water pump, power seats, leather seats, cruise control, climate control air conditioning, power top, and 6 disc CD changer. This car is in excellent condition and is the perfect turn-key reliable summer cruiser. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • We get so hung up on matching numbers and factory specs that it's often...

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    We get so hung up on matching numbers and factory specs that it's often difficult to imagine a Chevelle that isn't just like all the others. Well, this incredible 1966 Chevelle convertible was built by a guy who didn't mind coloring a bit outside the lines, and once you see it, you'll forget all about pedigrees and factory-correct and instead just embrace the fact that cool is in.
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    This bright turquoise green ragtop makes a big statement wherever it goes, so it's a good thing that it has the street cred to back it up. Since the goal was to attract attention, they made sure the bodywork would withstand some pretty close scrutiny and that it does, with good gaps, super-straight quarters, and no mods (not even a cowl induction hood!). By focusing on the basics, the car doesn't look like it's trying too hard and you're suddenly struck by the fact that these A-bodies are incredibly good-looking cars. The beautiful finish went down after the bodywork was just right and the deep shine comes from two-stage urethane paint that's been color-sanded and buffed to an incredible surface. The chrome trim sparkles against the brilliant paint, and while those badges up front say '396,' there's a bit of a surprise waiting for anyone who decides to give this one a go at the stop light grand prix.
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    From the driver's point of view, however, this car could easily be mistaken for a high-end custom, with deeply sculpted two-tone leather bucket seats, a custom console, and all the other tricks that make this car a show-stopper. It's amazingly easy to get comfortable behind the wheel and with suede and lizard skin inserts in the upholstery, it's a feast for the eyes, too. The dash was totally reshaped and customized to handle a band of digital instruments that complement the high-tech look, with most of the secondary controls cleverly hidden out of sight. A billet steering wheel is wrapped in matching leather and lizard skin which really is the highlight of this already extremely impressive interior, but you can see that they took care of even the smallest details. The stereo system is by JVC and there's a gorgeous tan convertible top that looks incredibly expensive. Even the trunk was superbly outfitted to match, including a full-sized spare neatly tucked into its own niche.
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    It's a big block Chevy under the hood, but with 454 cubic inches, it's bringing a bit more heat than the stocker. Covered in chrome and billet aluminum, it's a show-quality engine bay that has been expertly detailed and arranged without sacrificing functionality. It starts easily thanks to a Holley carburetor and inhales through a set of aluminum heads and a roller cam that makes it cackle. The block was painted to match the bodywork and they were careful to hide the plumbing and wiring out of sight. Backed by a TH400 3-speed automatic and a trick custom exhaust with Sanderson headers, electronic cut-outs, and Flowmaster mufflers, it's a blast to bury the pedal and watch things happen in a big way. There's a disc brake at all four corners, fat sway bars at both ends, and wide 245/45/17 BFG radials at all four corners to make this big ragtop maneuver better than anything this size has a right to.
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    This is one of the most impressive Chevelles we've ever seen and there's so much more to it than we can cover here that you really need to call and get all the details. Don't wait!

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  • The 1940 Ford represents perhaps the ideal combination of pre-war style...

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    The 1940 Ford represents perhaps the ideal combination of pre-war style and fat-fendered comfort. That pointed prow on this Deluxe tudor sedan is one of the most recognizable beaks ever designed, and the rest of the bright red car ain't half bad, either. Add in a warmed-over flathead, comfortable interior, and a shockingly affordable price and you get a rod that'll make you happy for years to come.
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    Bright red wasn't on the books in 1940, partly because red paint back then tended to fade and it was expensive, so Henry Ford didn't allow it. But you can't argue that it doesn't look awesome on the 1940 Ford sheetmetal. Nothing on this particular car has been chopped or altered and almost all the trim remains, so it has an honest period look that comes naturally. It's an older build, so it is ready to drive and enjoy without worries, yet it presents well enough to show with pride at the local cruise night. The only real demerit is a hood that doesn't sit quite flush at the cowl, but that's a common problem with these cars. The paint shines up well and could possible benefit from a professional cut and buff session to really wake up the shine. Fiberglass rear fenders are the only non-steel parts on the body, and it's nice to see running boards wrapped in rubber that can actually be used. Chrome and stainless trim glitters against the red paint, giving the car a bit of jewelry to go with the high-visibility paint.
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    The gray cloth interior is quite conservative, using period-style patterns to give it an old-fashioned look while the modern fabrics add a custom look. There are modern arm rests on the doors, but beyond that, it's actually pretty stock, including the door handles, instrument panel, and the cool 2-spoke steering wheel. The dash was probably woodgrained originally, but now has a cool textured finish that doesn't look too far out of whack with what they might have been doing in 1940, and the dashboard plastics are in remarkably good shape. The factory gauges are tiny, so a set of aftermarket dials were installed under the dash, and the original AM radio has been replaced by an AM/FM/cassette head unit up there on top of the dash. The carpets might be showing a bit of age, but it's a personal judgment call as to whether they need replacing, and the trunk has been upholstered to match.
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    If you haven't owned a flathead Ford, you really owe it to yourself to find out what all the commotion is about. This slick flatty has been upgraded with goodies like finned Weiand FR heads, a modern 12-volt alternator, and a few dress-up parts, so it looks great and drives like a flathead should. The original 3-speed manual transmission still handles power delivery to the banjo-style rear end, and the suspension carries transverse leaf springs as original. Tube shocks were added and really make a big difference in ride and handling and front disc brakes have been fitted to vastly improve stopping power. A bubbly dual exhaust system perfectly captures that flathead sound and you can plainly see that this car came from someplace warm and dry, because the chassis is in good shape overall. Classic Torque Thrust wheels add a period performance look and carry staggered 185/70/14 front and 235/70/15 rear radials.
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    A neat Ford at a great price, and with flathead power, it'll stand out at shows. You're really going to enjoy this one. Call today!

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  • Volkswagen updated the perennial Beetle in the early '70s, and the Super...

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    Volkswagen updated the perennial Beetle in the early '70s, and the Super Beetle was the result. This 1972 example looks great, and drives superbly thanks to those many upgrades the Super Beetles received.

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    Finished in popular Beetle Red, when you drive this car, everybody is your friend. Sure, the Beetle was practical, economical, and sturdy, but the undeniable cuteness factor is what made them a success, both then and today. They were also prone to rust, so finding a clean one like this that has lived the majority of its life in the south, is doubly important. Fully restored a few years ago, this one could contend at just about any local show. The body is straight, the paint applied well, and just about every piece of chrome or trip has been replaced. This one still carries the smaller taillights, which many enthusiasts seem to prefer, as well as slender bumpers which are slightly more proportional than the heavy-duty units required in later years. This car is sharp.

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    The black vinyl interior is classic Beetle, with firm, supportive buckets and trademark textured seating surfaces. The stuff wears like iron, and still looks like new inside this bright red ragtop. Matching door panels continue the simple VW theme, adding map pockets in the doors that are actually quite useful. Charcoal gray carpets offer the correct German square-weave pattern and are nicely bound, showing great attention to detail on the part of the factory. A single gauge is all the Beetle ever offered, combining the speedometer with a small fuel level gauge, and the markings are clear. There's a newer AM/FM/cassette stereo fitted in the dash, but otherwise this one has been a factory-inspired restoration. Overhead, there's also a 3-layer convertible top that stows quickly and easily, and seals up so well that it may rival a closed car in terms of sound and sealing.

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    With looming emissions regulations on the horizon, even the Beetle was not immune, but for 1972, a carburetor was still standard equipment, and that's how most enthusiasts prefer it. There's still the factory-issued air cleaner which looks big enough for a fire truck, and the proper hot air tubes remain in place. This car was clearly babied as things are very clean and tidy underneath, even in the primary trouble spots that all Beetles must face, and it carries coil-over helper springs on the rear shocks that definitely improve handling when there are four people aboard. Shiny chrome wheels and hubcaps are fitted inside a set of recent 165R15 blackwall radials for a period-perfect look.

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    High-quality Beetle convertibles won't be this affordable for much longer, the market is moving. Call now!

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  • You know it, I know it, everyone knows that there aren’t many cooler...

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    You know it, I know it, everyone knows that there aren’t many cooler cars than a ’69 Camaro SS in black. Combined with a slick black interior and those icy cool flames, this is one of the slickest resto-mods we’ve featured in a long time.
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    You can't go wrong with basic black, but sometimes that's just not enough. So they got the car super straight, shot it with the blackest black they could find, then decided to add some impact with electric blue ghost flames on the front end. It ultimately gives this car a long, lean, predatory look that’s emphasized by the perfect stance and oversized 17-inch wheels. Paint and bodywork are exceptionally good, which is critical on a black car, and there’s enough eye candy to keep you looking for quite a while. With a high gloss and a cowl-induction hood, you can’t exactly accuse this car of sneaking around, but the overall look is very well integrated and not too radical, which is the key to building a truly great resto-mod. Proper SS badges have been installed, those bright chrome bumpers really pop against the inky black paint, and there’s a blacked-out SS grille up front that makes the car look hungry.
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    This car’s spectacular interior really sets it apart. Borrowing a stock vibe and adding a few custom touches, it’s a cool twist on the factory specs that makes this car look so right. Bucket seats with federally-mandated headrests are inviting and surprisingly supportive, and the headrests feature embroidered 'SS' emblems on their faces. The door panels appear to be stock, which suggests that this car wasn't intended to color too far outside the lines, and fresh carpets freshen things up a bit. The center console and B&M shifter add a competition-bred look, and you will note that this car was built for combat and doesn't waste pounds on a stereo system and includes auxiliary gauges under the dash. A handsome Grant GT steering wheel rendered in black matches the rest of the interior, and its smaller diameter and fatter rim give it a modern feel. And for some black overload, even the trunk was drenched in dark paint just for consistency's sake.
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    There’s no better powerplant for your Camaro than a cackling 383 cubic inch stroker motor, and this one has been fortified with some goodies like a Holley 4-barrel atop an matched intake. Chrome details like the air cleaner, finned valve covers, and alternator bracket really sparkle against all that black paint, and underneath it all, there’s more black paint on the block, nicely tying it all together. It was rebuilt just last year, so it runs superbly and has a nasty snarl only the strokers seem to get. The stout powerplant is backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission spinning a 10-bolt rear end, and while you’re under there looking around, note the recent ceramic-coated long-tube headers dumping into a great-sounding Flowmaster dual exhaust system. The suspension has just the right stance and sits on 17-inch Foose wheels are a modern twist on the Torque Thrust design and wear recent Kumho radials.
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    Go ahead, indulge yourself. We all love Camaros, and this one is nicer than most. Call today!

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  • JUST LANDED! Fabcar Perth's leading importers of quality used Nissan...

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    JUST LANDED! Fabcar Perth's leading importers of quality used Nissan Skylines have just had new stock arrive with a choice of over 20 V36 Coupe's and Sedans fresh of the boat, never owned in Australia. Dont miss out with quality cars like this hand picked in Japan with low kilometers. This particular car is SP model with Paddle Shift, Factory 19 inch wheels, Reverse Camera, Parallel Parking Camera and full HD Music Box this car will not disappoint. All cars come with a full parts guarantee and National Warranty option, contact are team today and organise a test drive of Nissan 370's bigger brother with rear seats. Fully Serviced in house by our experienced mechanics, what are you waiting for? Pick up the phone and organise a viewing with our helpful team.

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  • 1963 Studebaker Avanti, beautiful rust free car from Virginia, 111,000...

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    1963 Studebaker Avanti, beautiful rust free car from Virginia, 111,000 miles, excellent unmolested fiberglass body, nice White paint, excellent Black and Tan interior, 289 cu in 240 HP V8, very rare 4-speed transmission, with factory A/C, power steering, power disc brakes, dual exhaust, Twin-traction, tinted glass, dual side view mirrors, new brakes, wheel cylinders, calipers, master cylinder, brake booster, fuel pump, carb, valve seals, water pump, belts, hoses, heater core and control valve, R134 refrigerant, tune-up, battery and more, fully serviced and ready to drive!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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  • 1972 Chevrolet C20 Custom Camper Pick-up, 95,000 miles, totally 100%...

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    1972 Chevrolet C20 Custom Camper Pick-up, 95,000 miles, totally 100% rust free, beautiful original Medium Green paint, excellent interior, Big Block 402 cu in 300 HP V8, TH400 automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, fiberglass cap, 20 gal. rear mounted gas tank, Alpine AM/FM/CD, trailer brake controller, meticulously maintained, new tires, brakes, exhaust, fully serviced and ready to go, the ultimate classic tow rig!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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  • 1969 Chevrolet C10 Pick-up, Fleetside longbed, only 37,000 original...

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    1969 Chevrolet C10 Pick-up, Fleetside longbed, only 37,000 original documented miles, totally 100% rust free, beautiful all original Dark Blue paint, perfect original Blue interior, 292 cu in 170 HP 6 cylinder engine, 3-speed transmission, radio delete, original invoice and paperwork, this amazing original truck just received a frame-off restoration of the chassis and drive-train to make this truck better than new, the frame and suspension were powder coated, and every component checked and rebuilt or replaced and detailed to the highest standards, truly one of a kind and fully serviced and ready to show and drive!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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