1941 FORD SEDAN SUPER SUPREME for sale (IDAHO) - $19,900Read more
1941 FORD SEDAN SUPER SUPREME for sale (IDAHO) - $19,900Read less
Black exterior, dark blue/black cloth interior. Daily driver, tagged and insured. Needs restoration and in great shape.
1984 302 Ford Mustang Engine
B&M automatic ratchet shift / rack and pinion steering / ford mustang front end. New breaks, master cylinder, new tires, and Digital speedometer/ tack. Heater works new wipers radio with cd player all interior handles, knobs for all doors and windows. Suicide doors very well maintained.
Please call Chris @ 208 435 4992 to view the vehicle.
1955 Chevy 210 for sale (MI) - $19,900Read more
Skyline Blue & White exterior...
1955 Chevy 210 for sale (MI) - $19,900Read less
Skyline Blue & White exterior with Matching interior.
3 speed Automatic Trans. V8 350 Chevy engine.
MUST SEE VEHICLE!
1k miles or less on engine.
New chrome all around.
Humpback exhaust manifold.
Front disk brakes. LTD Tail lights.
Once owned by Benny & The Jets!!!
Please call for more details.
Marvin @ 248-624-1407
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTSRead more
This car is one of 1,274 cars produced...
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTSRead less
This car is one of 1,274 cars produced 1972-1974. The car has a black interior with a minor tear on the driver seat. It was Originally Yellow and was painted to Red in the 80's when everyone wanted a Red Ferrari.
1965 Chevy SportVan for sale (WA) - $8,900Read more
104k original miles. 2 Door...
1965 Chevy SportVan for sale (WA) - $8,900Read less
104k original miles. 2 Door + Back door.
Mint Green & White exterior, with Turqouise/Tan Vinyl interior.
(Logo on the side is a vinyl sticker & will be removed before sale)
Manual transmission with 3 on the tree.
Straight 6 engine. No power steering.
Original seatbelts & interior paint.
Runs perfectly- doesn't leak a drop of oil.
There is some minor rust- none all the way through.
Brand new brakes, fuel pump, carburator, engine mounts & more.
Clutch works great, Tires are in good condition.
Back door lock does not work; & will need a new battery soon.
Once was owned by surfers- ROOF RACK!
Please serious inquires only- contact with any other questions.
Ask for Autumn @ 206-420-3431
1955 Porche Speedster Tribute White ConvertibleRead more
Ted and Robin...
1955 Porche Speedster Tribute White ConvertibleRead less
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Is this the best-looking Mustang of all time? Hard to argue against the...Read more
Is this the best-looking Mustang of all time? Hard to argue against the 1970 Sportsroof, particularly when it's dressed in Calypso Coral like this Mach 1. Powered by a 408 inch stroker motor and sitting on a lowered suspension, it would be easy to dismiss this as just another resto-mod, but under the skin, it's actually quite authentic, combining the very best of yesterday and today.Read less
Long, lean, and mean, this Mach 1 definitely has the right look. The paint and bodywork are really nicely done, with good panel alignment and single-stage Calypso Coral (which is Ford for bright orange) that looks like a million bucks. You can see how deep the reflections are in the sides of this car, suggesting a lot of time invested in getting the base metal into shape before any paint went on. It wears a few upgrades like the chin spoiler, rear window slats, deck lid spoiler, and even a Shaker hood scoop, all of which should be warning signals to the unwary fool who rolls up next to this car at a red light. Correct satin black Mach 1 stripes and call outs were installed once the paint was dry, and the correct Mach 1 rocker panel moldings help emphasize the car's long, lean look. Bright chrome bumpers and stainless window surrounds look right at home on this vintage pony and it all polishes up beautifully.
The black interior sticks with the stock setup for maximum appeal. The red inserts on the Comfort Weave buckets is a Mach 1 feature that helps break up all that black, as does the woodgrained steering wheel and matching center console. Aimed at a performance buyer who wanted a little luxury, there's more faux timer on the instrument panel and the door panels, all of which is in good condition. Factory gauges are recessed into deep round pods with a set of aftermarket dials neatly installed down on the console. This car came equipped from the factory with air conditioning, which now uses modern hardware and R134a refrigerant for maximum efficiency, making this a car that you can drive anywhere, anytime. A Hurst T-handle shifter manages a 5-speed manual gearbox, another thoughtful upgrade that pays big dividends in drivability. The back seat looks almost new and the trunk is fully outfitted with a reproduction mat and matching spare tire cover.
A 351 cubic inch V8 was the Mach 1's original engine, with the one in this car bored and stroked to a very substantial 408 cubic inches. Big block power in a small block package makes for ferocious performance, and when it's dressed like this one, most folks won't even know what hit 'em. Ford Blue on the air cleaner and engine keeps with the factory look, and aside from the newer A/C compressor, aftermarket ignition coil, and aluminum radiator, this car isn't' too far from the show field, either. It starts and runs beautifully, with a cackling exhaust note that comes courtesy of long-tube ceramic-coated headers, an X-pipe, and aggressive mufflers that sound brilliant. The Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission offers a deep overdrive gear, so having 3.50 gears in the 9-inch rear means it's a fantastic driver in all situations. The chassis is finished much like it would have been originally, with red oxide primer on the floors, beefy sway bars, and power steering. The lowered stance looks awesome and allows the 17-inch Torque Thrust wheels and 245/45/17 front and 255/50/17 rear BFG radials to really fill the fenders.
The very best cars show off their quality at a glance, and this incredible Mach 1 delivers not only beauty, but performance to match. Call today!
1969 Chevrolet 2 Dr Corvette Numbers Matching 350 cui small...
1969 Chevrolet 2 Dr Corvette Numbers Matching 350 cui small block Chevy. Automatic Transmission. Factory Riverside Gold Exterior (Code 980). Factory Saddle vinyl bucket seat interior (Code 420). Power Front Disc Brakes. Power Steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Removable T-Tops. Factory A/C. Factory Tachometer. In-Dash Clock. Tilt Column. Telescopic Steering Wheel. Power Windows. 15&#8221; Factory style wheels. Call (830)629-4843 for information on this or any other &#8216;Vettes in our inventory. Cruise around town or to your next car show with the tops down for $26,900
The traditional MG: light, quick, with cut-down doors and flowing...Read more
The traditional MG: light, quick, with cut-down doors and flowing fenders, and that upright MG grille up front. There’s a reason why cars like this 1952 MG TD were brought home by the hundreds by GIs returning from Europe, and why they remain wildly popular today.
The look is pure pre-war, with separate fenders and a long hood, but the energetic handling and performance were quite contemporary. This original MG has been nicely restored, but not to the point where you’re afraid to drive it, which misses the point entirely. The body construction was traditional, but that also means that it’s light and easy to repair, and this one shows no signs of serious damage or the MG’s arch-nemesis, rust. Hood and door fit are quite good, and the Nissan A20 Red paint is a very correct-looking finish that’s got a great shine but no metallic, so it looks right on the diminutive little roadster. It shows only a few light signs of use, but the overall presentation is what endears MGs to their legions of fans, and this car looks very crisp and sharp thanks to all the recent work. Of course, things like the chrome grille, stand-alone headlights, and simple bumpers give it an old-fashioned look, and they’re all in excellent shape, too.
Inside the cabin, there’s adequate room for two once you settle into the low bucket seats and assume the proper driving position. In actuality, you’ll probably find it’s easy to spend hours behind the wheel without fatigue and there's plenty of room for two normal-sized folks, so no complaints about long road trips in this neat little roadster. Well, maybe your cheeks will be hurting from grinning so much, but the driving experience is involving without being exhausting. The interesting split bench seat has been properly reupholstered in pleated black vinyl, which does a pretty good impersonation of leather without the added maintenance. Matching door panels are the essence of simplicity and black carpets complete the ensemble. The padded dashboard houses an array of modern instruments that retain the vintage British look, and we're particularly fond of the bright metal center panel with the secondary controls. The original three spoke steering wheel now wears a leather wrapper that makes it comfortable to grab. And since MG lovers are serious about their cars, this one offers a collapsible convertible top and side curtains as weather protection, which quickly sorts the men from the boys.
The point of an MG isn’t brute power, but they’re plenty peppy with the 1300 cc inline-four, and it has a wonderful baritone exhaust note that’s half the experience. This one is a wonderful runner, firing up easily through dual side-draft SU carburetors with chrome air cleaners. The whole engine is scarcely bigger than a briefcase, but all the parts are easy to get at and maintain, which is very convenient. The engine’s linked to a slick-shifting 5-speed manual transmission whose light action and progressive clutch are the cornerstone of performance driving, and the overdrive gear makes long-distance touring comfortable and relaxing. The chassis is a simple ladder frame with an independent front suspension, a stainless steel exhaust system, and steel wheels with chrome hubcaps that look right and wear appropriately tall 165/80/15 radial tires.
One drive and you’ll see why it’s so easy to love an MG and why the market on these cars is on the way up. Call today!Read less
So many Willys rods are ridiculously over the top, but this amazing 1941...Read more
So many Willys rods are ridiculously over the top, but this amazing 1941 Willys Americar gets everything just right. Fully engineered to be a joy to drive, it's also finished to show standards and filled with some pretty serious hardware built by some of the biggest names in the business. This cool coupe is the real deal!
Finished in bright 1969 Camaro Garnet Red, the smooth, clean lines of the Willys are easy to love. No graphics, no outrageous hood scoops, no pro-street treatment, just a super tidy body that doesn't need a lot of custom stuff to look fantastic. The paint is show quality and it's been laid down over some of the best-prepped bodywork we've ever seen. Super tight and even gaps, smooth, distortion-free panels, and a deep shine are what initially gets your attention, not all the add-ons. There's a traditional Willys "electric shaver" grille, and gorgeous teardrop headlights, but our favorite detail is the crease that starts almost at the tip of the hood and reaches back to the crown of the rear fenders, adding tension to the whole car, as if the bodywork were stretched as tightly as possible over the mechanicals within. Twin rear windows are an Americar trademark, and with shaved bumpers, 1950 Pontiac taillights, and stock chrome handles, the car looks exactly right.
The interior was crafted with driving in mind, which also means it's user-friendly and easy to get in and out. The bucket seats look to be from an early Mustang, and they're a great clean alternative to the overstuffed leather chairs you see in so many modern rods. As you'd expect from a car at this level, everything is brand new or restored, and fits together superbly. Custom door panels match the seats and the carpets are expertly trimmed so there are no wrinkles or bare spots. A 3-spoke steering wheel has a suitably vintage look, a look accentuated by the tall Lokar shifter and clean Omega Kustom gauges. It shows just 58 miles since the build was completed, so everything should be new, new, new! It also offers features like A/C, power windows, and a tilt steering column, so you'll find that it's easy to drive anywhere, anytime. It's even got a nicely upholstered trunk that's deep enough to handle a week's worth of luggage for two, which you don't often find in the big wheel pro-street Willys coupes.
Any questions about this car's build quality disappear when you see what's under the skin. The builder had access to a Charlotte area NASCAR fabrication shop, and it shows. The 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 was built to be streetable, and has an old-school look thanks to an Allen Johnson Speed Shop air cleaner and trick old-school 2-piece valve covers, designed to allow valve adjustments on a running engine. It was tuned by Spenny Clendenen, the same guy who made sure Dale Earnhardt's engines were ready to rock every Sunday, and with 400 horsepower on tap, it's bloody quick. A built TH350 3-speed automatic feeds power to a custom-built Ford 9-inch with 3.18 gears on a Detroit Locker differential. A tubular A-arm front suspension with rack-and-pinion steering, and coil-over shocks, give it the ride and handling of a modern car, while the 4-link out back means there's no squirrely feeling. Those coil-over shocks all around also allow fine-tuning of the ride height, although we think the stance is absolutely perfect as-is. Big 4-wheel disc brakes are effective and live behind some retro-looking wheels, gasser-style skinnies up front and wide old-school 5-window hoops in back, all wrapped in BFG rubber.
You've seen all the other Willys coupes out there and they all claim to be different. Well, this one really is different and in this case, different also means better. Call today!Read less
An Immaculate ML63 AMG with Full Service History - 9 Stamps in Service...Read more
An Immaculate ML63 AMG with Full Service History - 9 Stamps in Service Book! Looks and Drives Like Half The Kms
Black Nappa Leather
Harmon Kardon Sound System
Heated and Cooling Electric Memory Seats
Keyless Go/ Push Start Button
Adjustable Air Suspension
Dual Climate Control
Steering Mounted Paddles
Auto Lights + Wipers
Recently Serviced Including New Brakes and Tyres, Complete with Full Bookpack & 2 x Keys
Awesome Performance at Great Value
Located in Perth, WA – we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warrant and Roadside Assistance all part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.
Isn’t it time to drive something different?Read less
This really is one of the nicer C10s we've featured lately, and with all...Read more
This really is one of the nicer C10s we've featured lately, and with all the right pieces and that vivid blue paint job, it's a good bet that this one won't last any longer than the others. These trucks have recently grabbed collectors' attention and with the desirable short bed/regular cab configuration and few deviations from stock, it's easy to see why this one might command a premium.Read less
The problem with trucks is that until recently, there was just no financial incentive to restore one to a high level. Sure, driver-grade trucks are everywhere, but this one got a TON of extra attention, making it not only attractive, but highly accurate too. The bodywork is in excellent condition, and on a vehicle that likely worked for a living, that's a critical piece of the puzzle. This one shows off that great-looking design to great advantage with the vivid medium blue paint, which was rendered in single-stage paint to give it a period look without the hard clear coat shine. It's not perfect but then again, it seems kind of silly to build a truck that's also a trailer queen, right? Lots of bright stainless trim makes this truck look cirsp and clean, including the nicely chromed bumpers and original egg crate grille and the bed is so nice you'll think twice about hauling, well, anything in it. We're really impressed with this truck.
The interior was treated to the same comprehensive makeover starting with a nicely done seat cover that looks authentic. Basic black contrasts nicely with the bright blue paint, and almost every soft part inside was replaced during the restoration. The matching door panels look brand new and the black carpets are a nice upgrade that most trucks of the period didn't get. The factory gauges are in good condition with just a little fading on the needles and it does include an ultra-rare factory tach. It's also nicely optioned with fully functional factory A/C, which now uses modern components behind the scenes to make it reliable. There's an AM radio in the dash that's in desperate need of an upgrade and heavy-duty rubber floor mats to keep it looking clean and tidy.
Chevy's 350 cubic inch small block V8 fits neatly in the C10's engine bay and thanks to a rather comprehensive detail job, it might just be the nicest part of an already pretty nice truck. Bright Chevy Orange paint really pops against all that medium blue on the firewall and inner fenders and a few of the usual chrome dress-up items look right at home. It's a strong runner and shows recent maintenance work such as belts and hoses. The A/C system uses R134a refrigerant for easy service and even with ram's horn exhaust manifolds, it has a very distinctive sound with dual Flowmaster mufflers underneath. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission snaps to attention when you crack the throttle and the chassis is very nicely detailed with satin black paint, a shiny new exhaust system, and lots of new hardware. Classic Rally wheels look great on any Chevy and this is no exception, especially with fat 255/70/15 white letter radials wrapped around them.
Plan on seeing more trucks restored to this level as prices continue to rise, but in the meantime, take this one home because buying it finished is still cheaper than doing it yourself and this is a seriously nice truck. Call now!
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4...Read more
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 coupe equipped with a 6.5L 700HP V12 engine and a 7-speed ISR (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a beautiful Grigio Estoque (Metallic Grey) exterior color and two-tone Nero Ade (Black) with Terra Antiope (Tan) full leather interior along with brushed aluminum trim throughout.
This Aventador is in exceptionally clean condition and comes well appointed including:
+ Rear camera
+ Homelink sys
+ Branding pkg
+ Leather / alcantara steering wheel
+ Silver painted sport wheels
+ Yellow calipers
+ Yellow rear suspension springs
+ Carbon Fiber t-shape engine cover
+ Clear bonnet
...plus much more!!Read less
Great colors, a numbers-matching 427 cubic inch V8, a 4-speed, and it's...Read more
Great colors, a numbers-matching 427 cubic inch V8, a 4-speed, and it's a first-year Stingray, is there anything else you could want in a Corvette? This 1968 Corvette gets all the important stuff right and it's ready to rock without a second thought. Get in and drive!Read less
Repainted in 2008, this code 972 Polar White Corvette looks fantastic today. The classic color combination will never go out of style and unlike so many other cars from the late 60s, it doesn't have a dated look. Instead, the deep shine accentuates the all-new Stingray look, which is particularly appealing with the big block hood. For many, the early chrome bumper cars are the ones to own, and the bright stuff on this car is nicely finished, with much of it being new when the paint was applied. The result of all that work is a crisp-looking 'Vette that doesn't disappoint.
The code 407 red vinyl interior is also how this car was originally spec'd and was restored with the rest of the car a few years ago. The low-back buckets look inviting and the vinyl used is high quality; good enough that you won't be wishing for leather. New carpets, crisply rendered door panels, and a matching dash and center console all show extremely well. Corvette designers did a great job with the early C3s and the level of detailing, right down to the color-matched horn button, is a big part of the appeal. There's a newer AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit in the dash today, but the original radio is included with the car if you're a stickler for authenticity. It also includes the fiber-optic lamp monitoring system and the all-important 4-speed shifter, because, after all, who wants a 427 that you can rip through the gears yourself? The T-tops seal up well and the cargo area is in good shape with a cleverly mounted fire extinguisher, just in case.
This is the car's original L68 427 cubic inch V8, and it's curious how Chevrolet offered a handful of different 427s, including two with Tri-Power induction like this one. It's street-friendly with great throttle response and bottomless reserves of torque, which is why you buy a 427 in the first place. The engine bay is nicely dressed with a correct triangular air cleaner and chrome valve covers over a Chevy Orange engine block. It was rebuilt approximately 5000-6000 miles ago, so it runs superbly, particularly with freshened carbs and distributor. The block was bored .030 oversize and fitted with fresh pistons, but that's really the only notable deviation from 100% stock specs. The 4-speed manual gearbox and rear end are also original, numbers-matching pieces, and as long as you're looking around under there, please note that the exhaust system is brand new, the power steering system works well, and there's no evidence of this car ever living in a snowy climate. You could pull the tank and find the original tank sticker there and it rolls on correct Rally wheels with 225/70/15 BFGoodrich radials all around.
Documented with the original Protect-O-Plate, factory build sheet, and an owner's manual, this is a high-quality big block 'Vette with a lot to offer. Call today!
This 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 60th Anniversary has a 6.2 Liter LS9...Read more
This 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 60th Anniversary has a 6.2 Liter LS9 Supercharged V8 (638 HP), 6 Speed Manual Transmission, 1 of Only 138 60th Anniversary ZR-1’s Produced, Optional Silver Blue Pearl Stripes, Special 60th Anniversary Logos Embossed & Embroidered, Suede Accents on Steering Wheel, Shifter, Arm Rests & Door Panels, Special 20x12 / 19x10 Machined Cup-Style Wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport Performance Tires, BOSE Premium 9 Speaker AM/FM/CD Stereo w/ Navigation, Heated/Power Seats, Memory Package, Heads Up Display, Luggage Shade & Cargo Net, Carbon Fiber Chin Spoiler, Carbon Fiber Roof, Spoiler, Dual Climate Control,3ZR Package, Extremely Rare & Guaranteed to be a Future Collectible, 1 Owner w/ an Original MSRP of Almost $130,000, Only 4,800 Miles on One of the Rarest ZR-1’s Ever Produced!Read less
1964 Chevy Impala SS for sale (FL) - $60,000Read more
64k miles. In EXCELLENT...
1964 Chevy Impala SS for sale (FL) - $60,000Read less
64k miles. In EXCELLENT condition.
Sky Blue exterior paint with Black Vinyl interior in good shape.
Definitely and eye turner!
409 Big Block engine with 435 HP
ALL NEW: Rugs, headliner, exhaust
Comes with original: radio (cassette player), hubcaps, dip stick.
The car looks brand new!
Extremely well maintained, garage kept. Never seen water!!
Please call with any questions or to view the vehicle.
Call Joe @ 321-610-7900
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 for sale (Doylestown PA) - $40,000Read more
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 for sale (Doylestown PA) - $40,000Read less
Red exterior, white interior.
Originally a 390 engine with automatic, now has shaker, 428 super cobra jet engine, 4 speed top-loader, and a 3:91:1 traction lok rear end. Cloned. Titled and numbered as a 390 mach 1.
Rust free body with original sheet metal to the car except for hood and trunk. Had NOS quarters put on. Staggered shocks welded in. Oil cooler/lines/adapter. All the hard to find cobra jet pieces. Speedo adapter.Needs paint. Was originally black jade. Just about new everything zero miles on it, engine, trans, drive-shaft, rear,brakes,exhaust,suspension, gas tank, radiator, tires, etc.
Power disc brakes, power steering, A/C is there minus compressor/lines, am radio, non fold down seat, console, tinted glass. All drive train is correct casting numbers just not date coded to the chassis. Paint it what you want !
Please call Christian @ 215 518 0293 to make a purchase.
1966 Ford Thunderbird for sale (Auburn WA) - $7,200Read more
1966 Ford Thunderbird for sale (Auburn WA) - $7,200Read less
You will not find a better deal out there for a beautiful classic car!
Almost fully restored. Forest Green exterior, black leather interior. 390 engine, four barrel. Runs good, looks good. Newer Landau top,new upholstery.Excellent shape inside, head liner & trunk. Tilt steering wheel.Auto w/ overdrive. Excellent tires.Chrome wheels. Power seats & windows do not work.
Extra parts.Thunderbird manuals for engine & electrical. Has Collector vehicle Plates. Also has car cover.
Please call Joseph & Diane @ 253 709 2582 OR 253 9397257 to see the vehicle. This will go quick! Serious Inquires only.
1951 Mercury Sport Sedan for sale (Onamia MN) - $16,500Read more
1951 Mercury Sport Sedan for sale (Onamia MN) - $16,500Read less
Red exterior, Grey cloth. New rear brakes, 2nd owner vehicle. All original, no accidents. Garage kept, under 1000 miles on the rebuilt engine. Show quality.
Nosed, decked and shaved doorhandles. 454 Chevy engine bored .060. Has a 350 Chevy transmission with lokar shifter. 9 in. Ford rearend. Lake pipes, frenched headlights and taillights.
Please call Eldon @ 320 532 3354 in the afternoon to see the vehicle.
1931 Ford Model A Pickup Truck for sale (PA) - $36,900Read more
1931 Ford Model A Pickup Truck for sale (PA) - $36,900Read less
Green exterior, black vinyl interior. Manual transmission, under 500 miles since restoration. Show quality, garage kept, all numbers matching steel body. Oak wood bed, frame off restoration. Lots of extras!
The truck is immaculate and runs like new. Very Very nice piece, nothing to do with it except drive it and enjoy it.
Serious Inquires Only.
Please call Douglas @ 717 253 3196 to see the vehicle.
1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible for sale (Plano TEXAS) - $49,900Read more
1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible for sale (Plano TEXAS) - $49,900Read less
Red exerior, red vinyl interior. Automatic transmission, 400 4 barrel engine. All #'s matching, no bondo, rebuilt engine. Garage kept for over 23 years. New shocks, original Krager mags. Kenwood 10 disc CD changer. Southern car.
Call David @ 469 363 6798 to see the vehicle.
The beneficiary of a professional, no-expense-spared restoration, this...Read more
The beneficiary of a professional, no-expense-spared restoration, this slick pony features a seamless layer of Raven Black pigment that’s been highlighted by red GT stripes and sealed in a glossy clearcoat sheen. Take one look down the sides of the car’s rock-solid body and it becomes very obvious that great care was taken to ensure every panel is aligned to better-than-factory standards. Step closer to that body’s mirrored finish and check out its straight and ripple-free surfaces, which are a product of both clean OEM sheetmetal and high quality replacement panels. Grab the pivotal pieces of that well-adjusted sheetmetal and experience the kind of excellent fit that’s right at home reflecting a summertime car show. Then step back to admire one well-done cruiser that’s built to exacting specifications thanks to a great combination of skilled workmanship and first-rate finishing techniques. ‘Keep it simple’ is a good philosophy when it comes to performance and reliability. And the builders of this top notch Mustang did exactly that by bolting a familiar 289 under the car’s long black hood. Behind that hot 289, a factory-spec 4-speed turns a tried and true Ford rear end. At the ends of the car, a restored suspension utilizes factory power steering to maximize launch and handling characteristics. At the corners of the car, beefy disc and drum brakes provide firm, fade-free stops. And power is put to the pavement by a great looking set of Mustang wheels that are wrapped in fresh 205/70R14 BF Goodrich Silvertown redlines. Whether you’re a diehard Ford fan or a new enthusiast who’s just breaking in to the collector car hobby, this Mustang is an excellent fit. With small block power and timeless styling, you’ll turn plenty of heads without sacrificing comforts and conveniences like air conditioning, power steering, and modern disc brakes. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.Read less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1959 Chevrolet Corvette...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster. This classic Vette is the recent recipient of a high quality and meticulous rotisserie restoration performed by PSI Motorsports in Sterling Heights, MI. It comes complete with the matching hardtop and looks stunning in black with white coves with a black and white Al Knoch interior complete with leather seats, leather dash, and deluxe leather door panels. The car also features a Jim Meyer front suspension consisting of a rack and pinion with coil over shocks which enables the car to perform much better than suspension technology from 55 years ago.
For 1959, the Corvette received minor updates such as the new reverse lockout t-handle on the 4-speed shifter, the seats and door panels were redesigned and a shelf was added under the dash, a new instrument panel with concave instruments to reduce glare was introduced and the tachometer, seat belts, outside rear view mirrors, electric clock and dual exhaust was now standard equipment.
Decoding the VIN reveals:
• J = Corvette
• 59 = 1959
• S = St. Louis, Missouri Assembly
• 101063 = 1,063rd in production sequence
Decoding the Cowl Tag reveals:
• The Cowl Tag is no longer present but it is believed to have been originally Inca Silver with a Red interior.
It has 3,157 miles on the clock since its immaculate concourse-level rotisserie restoration. The 283ci V8 is non-numbers matching from a 1957 Corvette with a Carter carburetor matted to a 4-speed manual. The car features power steering with the Jim Meyer front suspension as mentioned, rear shocks, front and rear disc brakes, and heat. It also comes with 2 keys and the original owner’s manual. Pictures do not do this car justice as its presentation is astonishing and it performs even better than it looks! Being a Corvette with less than 10,000 produced in this model year is a key indicator that these vehicles will only continue to increase in value. Being one in this pristine of condition offers up a superb investment opportunity, call now for further details.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.comRead less
Yahoo!! This is one sweet Pony car with only 8600 miles on a 575...Read more
Yahoo!! This is one sweet Pony car with only 8600 miles on a 575 Horsepower supercharged 5.0 power plant backed by a 6 Speed Automatic transmission, GT Premium package with all the extras like Shaker Sound system, Ford Sync, tan leather interior, 20 inch Chrome Foose wheels, Magnaflow exhaust, upgraded traction bars and springs as well as 3.15 limited slip differential. All work professionally done at the Ford dealer and adult owned and cared for.Read less
A chopped, shaved, lowered custom convertible built on a Monte Carlo...Read more
A chopped, shaved, lowered custom convertible built on a Monte Carlo Chassis! This one has a small block Chevy engine with a polished Edelbrock manifold, TH350 transmission, power steering, power brakes, power top, power windows, Classic Instruments gauges, tilt wheel, etched wind-wing glass, and a nice AM/FM/CD player for crusin tunes. Lots of old skool work done for this classic!Read less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback Coupe. This muscle car retains its original numbers matching M-Code 351ci 285hp V8 and its original C6 automatic transmission and it is in immaculate concourse condition. It was sold new at Holiday Ford in Sunnyvale, California in May of 1971 and held onto by the original owner for the next 38 years until the 2nd owner purchased it in 2009 and then was acquired by the 3rd and current owner in 2011. The 2nd owner had a 1 ½ year restoration done at Jerry’s Classic Mustangs in Alabama and PSI Motorsports in Sterling Heights, MI has maintained the car mechanically and cosmetically since 2011.
Decoding the VIN reveals:
• 1 = 1971
• F = Dearborn, Michigan Assembly
• 05 = Mach 1 Fastback
• M = 351ci 4v 285hp V8
• 200476 = Unit # 200476
Decoding the Door Tag reveals:
• Body; 63R = Mach 1 Fastback
• Color; 6 = Bright Blue Metallic
• Trim; 5B = All Vinyl Dark Blue, Mach 1 Luxury
• Date; 05/71 = May, 1971 Built
• D.S.O; 72 = San Jose, California
• Axle; 6 = 3.00:1 Conventional
• Trans; U = C6 Automatic
Breaking down the Deluxe Marti Report reveals:
• 1 of 149,682 Mustangs made in 1971
• 1 of 36,496 Mach 1s made in 1971
• 1 of 15,327 equipped with the M-Code 351ci/285hp V8
• 1 of 10,836 equipped the C6 automatic and the M-Code 351
• 1 of 1,079 Mach 1s painted Bright Blue Metallic
• 1 of 571 Mach 1s with Dark Blue interior and Bright Blue Metallic exterior
• 1 of 163 Mach 1s with a tachometer
• 1 of 48 Mach 1s equipped with the Convenience Group
• 1 of 4 Mach 1s with an AM Radio
• 1 of 1 Mach 1s with Standard Glass
The car has 112,221 original documented miles, however, over the last 30 years, only 15,500 documented miles have been put on the car! As revealed by the Door Tag and the Deluxe Marti Report, this Mach 1 was originally bright blue metallic with a dark blue interior but it is now finished in grabber blue with a white interior. The interior is said to be composed of much of its original material but it has been dyed white and it is believable as the original dark blue is starting to show through in a very minute place on the driver’s seat. It features power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, and heat.
Documentation is everything when buying collector and vintage vehicles and this Mach 1 is no exception. It retains documentation stemming back to when it was delivered new in 1971 comprised of: The original (not a copy) window stick showing an MSRP of $4,255, a maintenance log from the original owner from 1971-2008, the original salesman’s business card, the original owner’s card, the original books and manuals, a Deluxe Marti Report showing it technically being a 1 of 1 car, and a number of maintenance receipts from over the years.
Being a true 63R Mach 1 Fastback car, with its original numbers matching M-Code 351ci V8, original C6 automatic transmission, and with the countless pages of documentation, in this pristine of condition offers up a superb investment opportunity, call now for further details.
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