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  • The guys at Jeep are better than most at listening to their customers,...

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    The guys at Jeep are better than most at listening to their customers, and this 1997 Jeep Wrangler is evidence. It retains all the usual Jeep ruggedness, the classic squared-off bodywork, and even round headlights, all of which have defined the brand for decades. But it also includes a very civilized powertrain, plenty of creature comforts, and in the case of this particular Wrangler, a very capable suspension. If you like going off-road, this is the tool of choice.
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    This Bright Jade paint is absolutely stunning in photos and probably even better in person. In fact, it’s so nice you’ll probably think twice about using this Jeep to its full potential. On the other hand, playing in the dirt is what these were made for and it’s got the right hardware to do it safely. There are big fender flares over the giant tires, beautiful chrome SmittyBuilt tubular bumpers and side steps, and a heavy-duty tire rack on the back that carries a full-sized spare that’s as much styling statement as practical accessory. Of course, all that’s in addition to the Wrangler’s classic good looks which still echo with tradition. Steel doors and a removable hardtop make it usable year-round regardless of where you live and with extra lights up front, there’s no place that’s too dark to venture. We sell a lot of Jeeps, and we like this one more than most.
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    The tan bucket seat interior is a bright, cheerful complement to the aqua paint and looks so fresh that it’s hard to believe this 4x4 is almost 20 years old. Jeep was putting decent upholstery in the Wrangler, with grippy cloth inserts and good bolstering designed to help hold you in place during rough going, and aside from some comfort marks on the driver’s seat, it’s holding up extremely well. The upright Jeep still manages to package a full instrument panel ahead of the driver, along with a center stack that holds functional factory A/C and a decent AM/FM stereo system. Airbags are even tucked in there without making the dash look overstuffed. Carpets on the floors add a touch of civility, and if there was any place that you’d see signs of neglect or wear, it would be there, but no, the carpets are in great shape, too. The back seat is reasonably comfortable for two and there’s even decent storage in back for weekend getaways.
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    The 4.0 liter inline-six was a Jeep mainstay for many years. It’s actually quite energetic in the relatively lightweight Wrangler and it’s reliability can’t be beat. Fuel injection and other advances mean that it starts easily and idles well, and doesn’t ever complain about slogging through the rough stuff in low range. The condition of the engine bay strongly suggests that this Jeep hasn’t ventured very far off road, maybe not ever, and it’s quite stock for reliability and easy service. The 5-speed manual transmission makes it a blast to drive and gives the six an energetic feeling and there are 3.73 gears in the axles, so it’ll climb through just about anything. It’s been treated to a 5-inch suspension lift with Pro Comp heavy-duty shocks all around and as an Arizona Jeep, it has obviously not suffered the horrors of snow and salt. Shiny Eagle wheels with big BFG radials complete the trail-ready look.
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    For off-road fun, it’s still hard to beat the venerable Wrangler and this one has all the virtues and none of the vices of its older siblings. Call today!

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  • The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible amongst American...

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    The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible amongst American manufacturers. It was the only mass-produced US. car with a rear-mounted-air cooled engine, and GM produced close to 1.8 million of these versatile cars, including this neat 1964 Corvair Monza convertible. The Corvair line up spanned two-door coupes and convertibles, four-door sedans, station wagons, pickup trucks and even vans. One has to wonder if given more time, the Corvair engineers would have found a way to make them float and fly.
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    Nicely refinished in the late 80s, this Corvair wears a coat of correct code 942 Goldwood Yellow which offers a bright and lustrous finish even after 25 years. The sheet metal runs straight and the panel gaps are to industry standards, although it seems that this one is better assembled than most. Sure, there are a few signs of use, but since it was restored, this car has obviously enjoyed a pretty easy life. The amount of chrome GM attached to a Corvair was tasteful by 1964 standards, and it is all in very good condition, including the bumpers that looks a lot fresher than you'd think. Chrome block letters announce "Corvair" on both the hood and the trunk, whose lid is punched full of louvers to help cool the engine underneath. Then of course there's that unique front end, which has no need for a grille opening and instead has a clean, unspoiled look.
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    The interior continues the designer's straightforward approach and the code 712 black vinyl upholstery works well with the exterior color treatment. A pair of bucket seats don't offer much lateral support, but they're all-day comfortable and offer a lot of room inside the relatively compact Corvair. Remarkably, the back seat is covered in original upholstery, and the door panels, while not show condition, are in very good shape and show minimal wear and no damage. This car also carries ultra-rare factory A/C, which is almost never seen in 1964, let alone on a Corvair, and the stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo unit that fits well in the center of the dash. Interior space is excellent for a compact, and thanks to the rear engine-format, there’s no tunnel to divide the interior up. The manual convertible top raises and lowers easily so no worries about servicing expensive electric top motors, and once it’s up, the black top adds the perfect contrast to the bright yellow Corvair. And there's that giant forward trunk, which wears correct spatter paint and a full-sized spare right in the center.
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    The Monza model is equipped with a more powerful 164 cubic inch flat-six that pumps out 95 horsepower, a 15 horsepower bump from the standard Corvair powerplant. Rebuilt about 5000 miles ago, the engine bay out back is very well finished with a lot of shiny aluminum and chrome, a modern Sanden A/C compressor with R134a refrigerant inside, and dual carbs to help make a little more horsepower. The PowerGlide 2-speed automatic transmission shifts between the gears without complaint and despite all of Ralph Nader's fuss, the car is quite user-friendly overall. It's not restored underneath, but a lifetime someplace warm means that there aren't any nasty secrets hiding there, either. This tidy little ragtop rolls down the road on 13-inch whitewall radials mounted on the original steel wheels with wire hubcaps.
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    Still affordable, still fun, and still practical, this Corvair Monza is a great way to own a vintage convertible without the vintage convertible price. Call now!

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  • 1968 Ford Mustang GT, restored car, laser straight, solid rust-free body...

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    1968 Ford Mustang GT, restored car, laser straight, solid rust-free body and floors, super paint, J code 302 4v engine with C4 automatic transmission, 9 inch rear with 340 gears, power steering, power disc brakes, rare factory bench seat, rally wheels with redline tires, car is nicely done and runs out great. See the video.

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  • This 1968 Plymouth Satellite has been upgraded with a 440 Super Commando...

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    This 1968 Plymouth Satellite has been upgraded with a 440 Super Commando V8, an Edelbrock Torker 440 aluminum manifold, Edelbrock Aluminum Performer RPM heads, a Quick Fuel 780 CFM carb, MSD Pro Billet distributor with an MSD Blaster Coil, Wilwood power front disc brakes, and Hotchkis Suspension components on all four corners. The body and paint exceed expectations, and the American Racing five spoke chrome 18" front and 20" wheels out back really set off all the original brightwork. The interior is all original and in like new condition. For that hot rodders touch a Mooneyes Tachometer, Water Temp, Oil Pressure and Volt Meter gauge package were added to keep the driver informed of what's going on under the hood. This Satellite was built to turn heads, so come down and take a look to see if she'll turn yours!

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  • This 1970 Pro-Touring Chevelle SS has been built with great attention to...

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    This 1970 Pro-Touring Chevelle SS has been built with great attention to detail, serious performance, and to be driven whenever the owner desires. The power plant is a ZZ502 crate motor with a Vortec V-7 Supercharger and a Pro Charger Blow Off valve, a custom Griffin four core radiator with twin electric fans keep the temp in check. Accel DFI port fuel injection is complimented with an MSD Ignition System, MSD Blaster coil, and MSD Billet Distributor. The Tremec 5-Speed and Moser 12 bolt rear end transfer all the horsepower and torque to the pavement. The laser straight body with Burgundy paint is accented by Silver Metallic striping. This Chevelle maintains all it's factory badging, and the brightwork is as you'd expect for a car of this caliber. Open the door and you'll see a beautiful black interior thats 's in like new condition, the Hurst Shifter is a welcome accent and Auto Meter Gauges keep the driver informed of Fuel Pressure, Oil Pressure, Water Temperature and it reflects the same quality that you find under the hood and on the exterior. Come down and a take a look at a Pro-Touring Chevelle that's sure to impress on every level.

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  • 1950 Chevy 6400 Truck for sale (CO) - $20,000
    Fire Engine Red exterior...

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    1950 Chevy 6400 Truck for sale (CO) - $20,000
    Fire Engine Red exterior paint with Light Gray & Red Trim interior.
    2 ½ Ton Pick Up with 16,000 mi.
    350 ci V8 engine with 5k miles on it,
    new Manual 5spd Transmission - with Over drive,
    12 V electrical, 2 spd rear axle, spare front tire and wheel,
    new Technlon cab cover, side boards.
    Very well maintained- all records and receipts kept since 2000.
    Always garage kept.
    Speedometer doesn't work (not compatible with trans)
    Was once a pumper truck in the Valdez, AK Fire Dept.
    Comes with all the original drive train equipment
    including the 215ci 6 cyl. engine (11,000 mi) in a crate.
    Also comes with the original GM Shop Manual and Factory Assembly Manual for the truck.
    Notice the rear tires are the original tires installed in 1950.
    The front tires were new in '02 with only 5000\mi or less.
    This is a fun truck to own and drive for parades or work.
    It has a colorful and unique history.
    The very low mileage and excellent condition make it a rare find
    Please call for more details or to view.
    Thomas @ 970-375-1214

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  • 1951 Chevy Pick Up for sale (OR) - $19,900
    '51 Chevy 1/2 Ton Short Bed...

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    1951 Chevy Pick Up for sale (OR) - $19,900
    '51 Chevy 1/2 Ton Short Bed Pick Up
    Red exterior with Cloth interior.
    It is a 6 cylinder, 235 Cubic Inch engine. Manual trans.
    Converted to Propane & includes the propane tank for fuel efficiency.
    Other than this conversion, the truck is in original condition.
    36,095 ORIGINAL miles and is in good running condition!
    This truck is a one of a kind and is highly sought after.
    Will sell for $18,000.
    Call for more information and more photos.
    Call Steve @ 541-727-1372

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  • LS-5 equipped Roadster had the most potent motor of this period, the new...

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    LS-5 equipped Roadster had the most potent motor of this period, the new 454 cubic inch engine that replaced the 427, now having 390 HP. Mr. Kimbrell ordered his new beautiful Monza Red Corvette w/the luxury items of his choice, a Turbo Hydromatic Automatic transmission w/Factory Air Conditioning.
    AM-FM radio, Power Steering & a Tilt/Tele Steering wheel. Ralph used this little Red Corvette very sparingly over the next 4 decades & today. Still wears her 4 original Firestone Wide Oval tires including the spare tire & wheel, which have never been on the ground nor bolted to the car.

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  • 1974 Chevy Corvette for sale (PA) - $15,900
    '74 Chevy Corvette with...

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    1974 Chevy Corvette for sale (PA) - $15,900
    '74 Chevy Corvette with T-Tops
    86,637 original miles.
    Red exterior paint with Black leather interior.
    Automatic Transmission. V8 350 engine.
    All numbers matching,
    $1000 stereo system & speakers
    Extra chrome on engine.
    Needs new tires.
    Comes with Custom Car Cover.
    Very well maintained, in VERY GOOD overall condition.
    Please call for more details.
    James @ 717-560-2973

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  • This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a great daily driving and...

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    This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a great daily driving and restored and rust free example of a 1969 Jaguar XKE Series II 4.2L roadster with its original matching number's engine in exceptionally fine condition throughout being offered as a great daily driver or collectible classic car for any British classic car enthusiast or European classic car lover!

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  • 1967 Ford fairlane gta 289 a real ga with original 289.I have owned the...

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    1967 Ford fairlane gta 289 a real ga with original 289.I have owned the car 19 yrs and it was restored 17 years ago.Car has some dents and dings car is a 29 footer.Engine was rebuilt 17 years ago and was bored 30 over and has flat top pistons edelbrock performer cam,intake manifold and electric choke.Car has hooker comp headers,and 2 1/4 dual aluminized exhaust, flowmasters and 3 in chrome tips,also has aluminum radiator,interior is in good condition glass is good except for a small inside chip.Car runs strong.Car has new tires and original factory 1968 gt wheels.Want to sell car because i want something different.Call Ed at 352-213-6936.All resonable offers considered.Thank you

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this extremely low mile, uniquely...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this extremely low mile, uniquely upgraded, 1980 Ferrari 308GTSi. This strong running example has been cared for and maintained in a private collection for the past 32 years and is extremely clean throughout. The undercarriage and body are impeccably clean with no rust anywhere. The interior is similarly presented in great condition and the condition of leather, carpet and interior appointments reflect the deep care and pride of ownership this 308 has enjoyed. At just over 21,000 original miles, this is a truly unique opportunity to own a well-cared for and low mileage 308 as now is the time to buy as the Ferrari market is red hot and appreciating.

    The engine of this GTSi is very solid and strong running. It starts immediately, idles smoothly, runs cool, and has no oil leaks or smoke whatsoever. The dealer installed Abarth high performance muffler provides a nice sporty, responsive exhaust note. The chassis is solid and the ride is superb for being 34 years old, a testament to its care. The transmission does shift hard going into second gear, not unheard of in the earlier 308s.

    It exterior is finished in the rare Grigio grey paint with black eurosport spoilers and body cladding that compliments the grey very well. The Grigio grey paint itself offers a refreshing and sophisticated alternative to the more common 308 colors of the day. It should be noted that the paint has crazed or crinkled in its appearance across the vehicle over the years, which is not uncommon of Ferraris with original paint from this era. In addition to the unique color, it also sports many very unique and desirable options that truly set it apart from other 308s. These dealer installed options included: an Abarth high performance exhaust, gold 16” forged BBS wheels with polished lips (a reported $4,000 option), and Recaro sport leather seats. The black eurospec spoilers and body cladding offer a sporty and unique complement to the Grigio grey color and gold BBS wheels.

    The interior is in outstanding condition, reflecting its care of ownership over the years. The carpets, dash, and leather surfaces are all in unusually good condition for a vehicle of this age showing minimal to no wear whatsoever. The dealer optioned leather Recaro Type C seats are truly special…powered, heated and multi-adjustable, they too were a $4,000 option popular with high end specialty tuners of the time including Koenig, Bachman, Ruf, etc. These seats perfectly complement the appearance, comfort and performance of this unique and desirable 308 in every way and truly help to set this 308 apart from others on the market.

    The car comes with a full size Cromodora spare, tool kit including the jack and hardware, the original owner’s manuals, the original manual binder, the original Michelin tire warranty booklet, and the original service booklet. The combination of the long ownership history, very low mileage, Grigio grey paint, and the exclusive, rare, and expensive dealer installed options truly set this desirable 308 apart from others on the market. Call for further details.

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

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  • 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J Coupe, 38,000 miles, only two owners,...

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    1972 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J Coupe, 38,000 miles, only two owners, stunning Cardinal Red paint, excellent original White bucket seat interior, console, fresh complete rebuild of 400 cu in 300 HP V8, and TH400 automatic transmission, power steering power disc brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, dual remote sport mirrors, Rally II wheels with new red-line radial tires, all new brakes, rotors, calipers, master cylinder, shocks, springs, radiator, aluminized dual exhaust, carburetor, tune-up, belts, hoses, and more, runs and drives great!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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  • SUPER NICE RESTORED RARE 1969 DODGE CHARGER 500 WITH 440 375 HP HIGH...

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    SUPER NICE RESTORED RARE 1969 DODGE CHARGER 500 WITH 440 375 HP HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINE,FOUR SPEED AND DANA REAR,THIS CAR IS A VERY NICELY OPTIONED CAR WITH POWER STERRING,POWER BRAKES,TRAC PAC,TAC,BUCKET SEATS WITH CONSOLE THIS CAR IS AWSOME AND IF YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A CHARGER 500 THIS CAR IS WORTH TAKING A SECOND LOOK AT,CAR RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT AND HAS PLENTY OF TORQE AND HORSE POWER,SPARE TIRE AND JACK ASSEMBLY IS PRESENT.

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  • 1982 berlinetta 305 ho turbo 350 transmission 4 barrel 20 inch axis...

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    1982 berlinetta 305 ho turbo 350 transmission 4 barrel 20 inch axis wheels power seats pioneer cd player amp 10 inch woolfer 103000 miles speedo doesnt work custom paint daily driver 931 224 3510 mcminnville tn near nashville tn 70 miles away east of it $3500 cash $3000 with out the wheels

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  • This is an absolutely gorgeous, numbers matching 1967 Chevy Corvette...

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    This is an absolutely gorgeous, numbers matching 1967 Chevy Corvette "Stingray" Roadster that has been completely restored. This beautiful Rally Red convertible comes equipped with 4 speed manual transmission, original numbers matching 327/300 hp V8 engine, Alloy wheels, bucket seats, console, amfm radio, concealed amfm stereo with cd player and amp, Michelin radials and all the head turning looks, power and performance you can only get from a classic Corvette!

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  • During its extensive, frame-off restoration this Chevy’s contoured...

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    During its extensive, frame-off restoration this Chevy’s contoured fiberglass body was completely stripped, layered in brilliant Torch Red base and sealed in weather-beating clear. Like all ‘56 Corvettes, it was originally assembled at GM’s new-for-1954 St. Louis manufacturing facility. And, like most ’56 Corvettes, its fit and finish presents much better now than it did 58 years ago. Given their composite construction, sinuous design and increasing age, vintage Corvettes are difficult restorations that do not hide major repairs well. Judging by the looks of this roadster’s smooth fuselage, there’s no evidence it has ever seen any catastrophic damage or botched fix jobs. And today, the car’s solid condition is typical of what we all wish to find in fully-sorted road warriors that can be reliably shown and driven. Tilt the lightweight hood and you’ll find a correct, 265 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 that proudly displays a dual-quad/high performance/3-speed (GU) assembly stamp. GM’s ultimate hot rod option for the 1956 model year, this 225 horsepower small block features the proven square bore/hydraulic lifter set-up that put Chevrolet performance cars on the map. Behind that stout small block, a correct Saginaw 3-speed sends power to the ground through a correct, highway-friendly rear end. Holding that drivetrain off the ground is a tried and true double A-arm front and solid axle rear suspension. Smooth and solid stops come courtesy of 4-wheel drum brakes. And at the corners, stainless-capped steelies twist fresh 6.70-15 Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewalls. This hot Corvette offers a ton of style for very reasonable money. If you’re in the market for a show worthy cruiser that provides endless fun on the highway and warrants celebrity attention in the parking lot, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

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  • 1956 Ford Victoria for sale (MN) - $7,990
    Fiesta- Red & White exterior...

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    1956 Ford Victoria for sale (MN) - $7,990
    Fiesta- Red & White exterior paint with Matching interior.
    300 miles on rebuild. 2 Door.
    Transmission has been replaced from auto to 3 spd manual.
    Comes with $2k Continental Kit with skirts.
    New clutch. Could use new floor boards, rocker panels, and a new paint job.
    Runs and drives great.
    VIN: M6FV258539
    Please call for more details or to view.
    Call Judy @ 218-338-9671

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  • 1930 Ford Model A for sale (CA) - $23,000
    1930 MODEL A
    Model 45 B...

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    1930 Ford Model A for sale (CA) - $23,000
    1930 MODEL A
    Model 45 B Deluxe Coupe California car
    Odometer reading 37,400. Complete ground up restoration (2007)
    Red with black fenders and custom yellow pinstripes (exterior paint)
    Interior is Gray cloth.
    Completely rust free and is always garaged.
    The engine was completely rebuilt in 2012 including:
    Diamond engine block, bearings inserts,
    high compression head and an oil filter system.
    Currently with 1950 miles on it.
    Additional items include:
    new alternator system, 6 volt battery, turn signals on taillights,
    cowl lights, seatbelts, wind-wings, Quail radiator cap,
    new stone guard, and new rumble seat.
    Rebuilt zenith carburetor and distributor, new coil,
    starter, head gasket, alternator, and timing gear.
    This car was the second place winner at the NGR car show in Jackson Ca with a total of 372 points.
    Please call for more details or to view.
    Joe @ 650-592-8792 OR VIA EMAIL: joesammut@aol.com
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    JOHNNY VIA EMAIL: johnny@webcor.com

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  • 1946 Chevy Pick Up for sale (MO) - $25,900
    '46 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pick Up...

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    1946 Chevy Pick Up for sale (MO) - $25,900
    '46 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pick Up Truck
    Aztec Gold and Chestnut Brown exterior paint.
    Has an Oak Bed Kit.
    Frame Off Restoration.
    Early 235 Motor, Manual 3 speed transmission
    Runs good, Well maintained & Garage kept.
    This is definitely a head turner and proven trophy winner
    Serious inquiries only - Asking $25,900
    Please call for more details or to schedule a viewing.
    David @ 417-882-2861

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  • This is a “matching numbers” motorcar. The chassis number, body number,...

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    This is a “matching numbers” motorcar. The chassis number, body number, engine, and transmission all match the numbers stamped into the original data plate. Finished in Dark Blue and trimmed with the very best Tan Connolly Leather and Wilton Wool carpet interior.

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  • 1969 Chevy C20 for sale (WA) - $19,900
    58k original miles. 2 Door....

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    1969 Chevy C20 for sale (WA) - $19,900
    58k original miles. 2 Door. Automatic. V8.
    Olive green exterior paint with Matching green & Saddle interior.
    Vehicle is in Very Good condition.
    This is a must see, all numbers matching classic.
    Has the original 396 engine.
    Very well maintained. Car is priced to sell!!
    Transportation can be arranged at an additional cost.
    Please call for more details or to view the vehicle.
    Call John @ 206-890-3304

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  • In 1984, Honda/Acura commissioned Pininfarina the well known car design...

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    In 1984, Honda/Acura commissioned Pininfarina the well known car design firm to design a sports car utilizing a mid-mounted engine. The initial idea for a sports car of that specification produced a concept called the HP-X. Initially a project to create a car to compete with European sports cars such as Porsche and Ferrari the lengthy project was a successful one. A main focus of competition was the Ferrari 328, this later changed to the 348 as the NSX concept neared completion and a production car was readied. Design inspiration for the NSX came from the F-16 fighter jet, formula race cars, and hydroplanes. One trait of the F-16 that was used is the extremely good visibility from the cockpit/driver's seat of the car. The layout of the car placed the cockpit fairly far forward on the car, leaving a longer tail section for stability at speed. Well known Brazilian Formula 1 Driver Ayrton Senna played a major role in suspension development of the NSX as well as Bobby Rahal and Satoru Nakajima. The cars were assembled by 200 of Honda's highest skilled and most experienced employees, paint was applied to the cars in a 23 step process which included a aircraft type chromate coating designed to chemically protect the aluminum bodywork. NSX's have been known to be one of the world's most reliable supercars with many cars exceeding 200,000 miles without any major mechanical issues.

    The NSX we offer for sale is a low mileage example. Paint on the car is very clean, black leather seats look great, the 3.0L V6 engine runs very strong. This is an example of a very well kept Japanese supercar.

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  • The Dodge Wayfarer was probably the last of the true American roadsters:...

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    The Dodge Wayfarer was probably the last of the true American roadsters: two seats, a top that goes down, and no windows for an elemental feel. They're pretty rare today, which makes this 1949 Dodge Wayfarer a one-of-a-kind rod that will definitely generate attention at the next big show.
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    Simple, clean styling was Chrysler's post-war image and the Wayfarer was a way to inject some fun back into the automotive marketplace. That's particularly true of this car, which today wears a coat of attractive Prowler Purple, a luxurious hue that looks good on just about everything. There's a lot of smooth sheetmetal underneath helping to make that paint look good and the panels all line up well, an unexpected bonus on a car in this price range. Some of the original trim has been shaved, but not so much that the car's identity is lost, and with some contrasting chrome bits like the polished grille, neat trunk emblem, and period-perfect taillights, it has a great 1940s look with a twist. The chrome that is on the car is in good condition, with a few pieces perhaps being original and showing some signs of age, but even that doesn't diminish what is a very appealing car.
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    The Wayfarer originally came with a wide bench seat that might have accommodated three people, but today it's strictly a two-seater with a pair of leather-wrapped buckets from a late-model. The tan upholstery is in very good condition and the seats are far better than anything you could get in 1949. Simple door panels were installed to complement the seats and the carpets are a slightly darker shade to help keep things looking clean. Factory instruments are arranged ahead of the driver, with a full set of auxiliary gauges set into the center of the dash, including a tachometer. A modern steering column fits neatly in the original wheel's place and the column-mounted shifter was replaced by a B&M unit mounted on the floor. And don't worry, there's a CD player mounted on the package shelf behind the seats. As I said, the Wayfarer never had any windows, but this one does have a nice-fitting tan convertible top with an oval rear window that's there in emergencies. The trunk is largely original with good floors, a full-sized spare, and plenty of room for your gear.
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    A tried-and-true 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 replaces the original flathead six, and performance is, as you'd expect, a lot more entertaining. It's not a radical engine, so it starts easily, idles nicely, and moves the slick little ragtop without working hard. It also makes great V8 sounds and supports things like power disc brakes, a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission, and an independent front suspension that rides hand handles like a modern car. There's a 4-barrel carburetor and a mellow-sounding dual exhaust system, which will definitely get the attention of any Dodge fans at the shows, and the car has a fairly stock stance which helps with the old-school look. Aluminum wheels dress it up a bit and carry 225/60/15 Goodyear radials at all four corners so it rides and handles rather well.
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    A rare car that looks great and drives even better; what more could you ask? This neat Wayfarer will definitely be the talk of any show it attends. Call now!

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  • This 2009 Dodge Viper SRT10 has a 8.4 Liter SFI V10 (600 HP/ 560 Ft...

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    This 2009 Dodge Viper SRT10 has a 8.4 Liter SFI V10 (600 HP/ 560 Ft Lbs), 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Rare Aero Group Package ($6,500), Front Splitter Spoiler, Rear Wing Spoiler, Two Tone Interior, Painted Blue Stripes ($3,300), AM/FM/CD GPS Navigation Radio, 18x10/ 19x13 Forged Polished 5 Spoke Wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport Radials, Tinted Windows, Embroidered Seats w/ Blue Stitching, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Factory Tire Sealant & Air Pump in Trunk, Red Painted Calipers, $105,000 Sticker Price New, Nearly New, Highly Optioned, 1 Owner Viper SRT10!

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  • This is one of the neatest, most nostalgic, retro cars we have in our...

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    This is one of the neatest, most nostalgic, retro cars we have in our inventory. It is a 1955 Chevrolet 210 sedan that has been nostalgically restored to resemble an early gasser. It is powered by a 355 cubic inch Chevy small block with aluminum heads and intake, and 2 4 barrel Edlebrock carburetors sitting atop. Providing the power to the 275 / 60 B 15 MH RaceMaster rear tires is a turbo 350 automatic transmission. The Rocket Racing front wheels are capped with 215 / 70 R 15 MasterCraft tires. The steering is power assisted. This car was built to a the highest of standards. The body came off the frame and was finished on a rotisserie. The frame has been blasted and finish painted in gloss black. The suspension is either new or rebuilt using Summit Racing parts. The paint is 9 / 10. You've got to see this car in person to really appreciate the quality of the build. Schedule an appointment today. CALL US !!! Bob's cell 330-704-8448 Ted's cell 330-268-6716 ALWAYS 120 CORVETTES AND MUSCLE CARS IN STOCK

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  • ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS 1957 BELAIR: BEAUTIFUL RECENT...

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    ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS 1957 BELAIR: BEAUTIFUL RECENT PROFESSIONAL RESTORATION ON AN ORIGINAL NUMBERS MATCHING BELAIR !! ALL NEW BODY/PAINT{ORIGINAL MATADOR RED}NEW CHROME-TRIM-WEATHER STRIPPING NEW RED &amp; BLACK BENCH SEAT INTERIORSMOOTH RUNNING NUMBERS MATCHING 283 C.I. POWER PACK V-8 ENGINEORIGINAL 3 SPEED COLUMN SHIFT TRANSMISSION AND ORIGINAL REAR. FEATURES INCLUDE UPDATED INTAKE AND CARBPOWER DISC BRAKESDUAL EXHAUST17 BOSS WHEELS AND CD STEREO ALL THIS MAKES FOR A FUN CAR TO DRIVE AND A BEAUTY TO SEE. LOOK FOR IT SOON !! 34900.00

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  • 1970 CHEVELLE SS 454 LS-6 CONVERTIBLE:
    RECENTLY ACQUIRED IS THE...

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    1970 CHEVELLE SS 454 LS-6 CONVERTIBLE:
    RECENTLY ACQUIRED IS THE BEAUTIFULSOLID AND CLEAN CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLEDO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND CHECK THIS ONE OUT !!! THS CAR WAS FRAME OFF RESTORED A FEW SHORT YEARS AGO AND LOOKS AWESOME.THE BODY IS SOLIDSTRAIGHT AND CLEAN THROUGHOUT AND APPEARS ORIGINAL INCLUDING THE 1/4sTRUNK FLOORS AND FRAME.THE FATHOM BLUE 2 STAGE BASE/CLEAR PAINT IS BEAUTIFUL AND IS THE ORIGINAL COLOR FOR THIS CARALL THE CHROME-TRIM AND WEATHERSTRIPPING ARE NEW AND IN PERFECT CONDITION.IT HAS A BRAND NEW WHITE POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP WITH BOOTPADS WELL-LINER AND WEATHER STRIPPING
    THE FACTORY ORIGINAL BLUE BUCKET SEAT WITH CONSOLE INTERIOR IS ALL NEW AND ACTUALLY A RARE COLOR COMBINATION. THIS BEAUTIFUL CHEVELLE IS POWERED BY A RE-STAMPED NUMBERS CORRECT 454c.i. 450h.p. LS-6 ENGINE. IT ACTUALLY IS A DATE CODED AND CORRECT 512 BLOCK WITH THE CORRECT HEADSSOLID LIFT CAMSHAFT AND ALLUMINUM INTAKE. IT HAS ALL THE CORRECT DEEP GROVE PULLEYSAND THE CORRECT A.I.R. SMOG SYSTEM.IT IS BACKED BY A TIGHT SHIFTING M-22 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION AND A 12 BOLT POSI REAR.FEATURES INCLUDE POWER DISC BRAKESPOWER STEERING AN F-41 PERFORMANCE SUSPENSION IN-DASH GAUGES WITH A 6500 rpm RED-LINE TACH ORIGINAL 14 SUPERSPORT WHEELS WITH FIRESTONE WIDE OVAL TIRES AND A FACTORY ORIGINAL AM-FM RADIO
    WE BELIEVE THIS TO BE A REAL SS 454 CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE. IT HAS EVERYTHING A REAL SUPERSPORT SHOULD HAVE BUT THE PAPERWORK TO PROVE ITS AUTHENTICITY. THE PRICE WILL REFLECT THAT FACT !! LOOK FOR IT SOON !!!

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 Coupe. This muscle car is the recent recipient of a high quality and meticulous rotisserie restoration performed by PSI Motorsports in Sterling Heights, MI. It is a real X55 SS 350 300hp car and even though it is non-numbers matching nor in its original color, it is stunningly restored with a correct 350ci V8 and looks killer in its Code-51 Dusk Blue exterior and Code-713 Black Houndstooth interior with bucket seats.

    Decoding the VIN reveals:
    • 1 = Chevrolet
    • 2 = Camaro
    • 4 = V8 Engine
    • 37 = 2 Door Coupe
    • 9 = 1969
    • N = Norwood, Ohio Assembly
    • 631255 = 31,255th in production sequence

    Decoding the Cowl Tag reveals:
    • Model Year; 69 = 1969
    • Body Type; 12437 = Camaro Coupe
    • Assembly Plant; NOR = Norwood, Ohio
    • Trim; 712 = Black Vinyl Custom Buckets
    • Paint: 72B = Hugger Orange with Black Vinyl Top

    It has 1,327 miles on the clock since its immaculate concourse-level rotisserie restoration. The 350ci V8 has more chrome than a semi-truck and features aluminum Edelbrock finned valve covers, Edelbrock air cleaner, Edelbrock carburetor, Hooker headers, a Be Cool aluminum radiator, MSD ignition, March billet pulleys, and a mild cam. This engine sounds spectacular and just what a ’69 Camaro SS should sound like delivering North of 400hp. The interior is in perfect condition and features Houndstooth bucket seats, a custom leather dashboard, custom leather door panels with billet door handles and window cranks, a custom leather wrapped speaker box on the rear package tray, a teakwood SS steering wheel, white face AC gauges, and Rally Sport gauges. It features power steering, power brakes with 4-wheel discs, and heat.

    Being a true X55 SS 350 car 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.com

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  • With its aggressive stance, brilliant Flame Orange paint job, and...

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    With its aggressive stance, brilliant Flame Orange paint job, and cackling small block under the hood, this 1972 Camaro Z/28 coupe is an awesome show and go piece that will make you smile every time you see it. It's got the right stance, the right hardware, and a bunch of attitude to go with it, making it an ideal choice for cruise nights and having fun.
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    Second generation Camaros are gaining a lot of momentum in the collector car market, and whether they’re stock, or lightly modified like this one, they remain brilliant performers with timeless good looks that will never go out of style. This was never a low-profile car, and it was repainted just recently in its original code 65 Flame Orange, which was Gen-Two talk for Hugger Orange. It's got a super-aggressive look that doesn't dilute the car's identity, and finish quality is quite good overall. Take, for example, the cowl induction hood, which is a traditional Camaro upgrade that looks absolutely right on this ’72, especially in a slightly exaggerated form. Dig the blacked-out grille and slender chrome bumperettes which define the early Gen-Two F-bodies, along with those perfectly applied white SS stripes buried under the clear for a seamless look. Adding just the right balance to the hood, the large rear spoiler is a three-piece unit that allows the trunk to open and looks like it belongs on a Trans-Am racer. Along the way, you’ll also notice crisp body lines, excellent panel prep, great gaps, and a deep finish that will be a pleasure to wax on a Saturday afternoon. If you’re looking for a great hobby car, this Camaro does it all extremely well.
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    The black bucket seat interior is almost 100% stock, and with the redesigned Camaro, GM got it right on the first try. Those deep buckets were some of the more supportive seats on the market in 1972, complementing the car’s impressive cornering abilities. A center console with that cool horseshoe shifter are a connection to the earlier Camaro, and the steering wheel atop the tilt column is surely designed to resemble early race car rims. This one also offers a rather handsome burled walnut dash applique’, grippy fabric on the seats, and an AM/FM/cassette radio that could probably do with an upgrade. In back, the clean trunk carries a reproduction mat that gives it an OEM look.
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    The redesigned Camaro made great use of improved suspension geometry and a 350 cubic inch small block under the hood gives this ’72 impressive handling and light steering that make it a pleasure to drive. The engine bay was clearly nicely detailed, with lots of chrome and polished aluminum. However, it's not just for show, as it runs well thanks to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Street Dominator intake manifold, and chrome long-tube headers; heck, if you don’t drive ‘em, you may as well collect clocks. Bright Chevy Orange engine paint looks fresh and the engine bay's condition suggests that this car has lived someplace warm all its life. The TH350 3-speed automatic offers snappy shifts and powers a 10-bolt rear end. The suspension has been lowered a bit, giving the car a predatory stance that eliminates fender gap with those big wheels and the recent Flowmaster exhaust system sounds fantastic. Those are 18-inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wearing 235/45/18 front and massive 255/40/18 rear performance radials.
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    This 1972 Camaro is exactly the kind of car that never lasts long on the showroom floor, so call today!

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  • Despite a lot of money and effort, Chevrolet could never quite make the...

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    Despite a lot of money and effort, Chevrolet could never quite make the Vega into America's favorite economy car. However, it makes one heck of a platform for a V8-powered street brawler with great styling and an awesome power-to-weight ratio when fitted with a 350 cubic inch V8. So forget gas mileage and instead go out and have some fun with this neat 1972 Vega.
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    Hugger Orange looks good on just about any Chevy, and you can see echoes of the second-generation Camaro in the front of this heavy-hitting Vega. Repainted about four years ago, it looks quite good, particularly for such an affordable car, and the semi-fastback shape still looks sporty today. Obviously there have been some modifications, including the tall cowl-induction hood and some shaved emblems, and in this context, the Vega starts to look real tough. Admit it, if you saw this car at a show, you'd give it a closer look, right? Other great details include the blacked-out grille with satin silver surround, the chrome bumpers that are in great shape, and a blacked-out tail panel that's also reminiscent of the big block early Camaros. Add a ducktail spoiler out back and you get a car that looks fast, especially with that stance.
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    The interior is surprisingly well-polished given how affordable this car was when it was new, with high-back buckets wearing fresh seat covers, some woodgrained detailing on the door panels, and the same steering wheel you'd find in a comparable Camaro. The original instruments only covered the basics, so when this one got a heart transplant, it also got the monitoring equipment to go with it: a big tach and a set of auxiliary gauges neatly built into the center of the dash. The shifter knob is a 1-ball, which matches the paint scheme, and the carpets and weather seals were replaced when the car was repainted a few years ago. There's also an AM/FM radio in the dash in the original spot, so the modifications aren't as apparent inside and the car has an overall '70s vibe that's rather appealing if you were around in that period. And that semi-hatchback body has a massive trunk that's more than useful for hauling gear, especially with the fold-down rear seats!
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    The original 4-cylinder engine is long gone, replaced by a sturdy 350 cubic inch V8. In the lightweight Vega, performance is huge without resorting to a cranky race-spec engine, so it starts easily and runs well, even in traffic. Tilt the hood forward and you'll find that the small block V8 is a neat fit in the Vega's engine bay and service access is good without sacrificing any of the basics. That means a big radiator keeps it cool and the firewall didn't need any major modifications. The headers are a major work of art, wrapping through the frame and dumping into a custom Flowmaster exhaust system with turn-downs just ahead of the rear axle. A rugged TH400 3-speed automatic snaps through the gears hard enough to chirp the tires and a beefy 12-bolt rear end ensures that breakage is unlikely. Traditional polished Centerline wheels with 165/80/15 front and 255/60/15 rear tires gives it the perfect '70s drag racer stance.
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    Somewhat of a local legend, this is a ferociously fast car that's still easy to drive on the street and looks fantastic at the track or the cruise night. Best of all, it's quite affordable, offering a fantastic bang-for-the-buck. Call today!

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  • The C5 Corvette might just be the best value in performance cars...

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    The C5 Corvette might just be the best value in performance cars available anywhere today. As much of a game changer as it was in 1997, today it offers exciting performance, great handling, and surprisingly comfort and utility, all at a fraction of its original cost. This low-mileage ’97 Corvette was one of the first off the line and the original owner surely paid a substantial premium to own it, yet today you can enjoy its many virtues for pennies on the dollar.
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    Torch Red is the perennial favorite Corvette color, with more Torch Red Corvettes sold each year than almost anything else. With just 19,975 original miles on it, this one has obviously led a very good life as a hobby vehicle, and never had to survive the rigors of commuter traffic. As a result, the usual high-wear areas look excellent, including the chin and rocker panels, neither of which have been abused by concrete and gravel. Finish quality on these Corvettes was the best ever, so the doors close with reassuring solidity and the gaps are excellent thanks to the new plastic body panels. Even the paint applied by the guys at the Bowling Green factory is the best in the GM universe, with a smooth, slick surface that’s only gotten better over the past 17 years thanks to regular polishing and waxing. It’s not perfect, but if you want a great-looking Corvette, this one is extremely impressive.
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    The black leather interior offers all the most important options for a C5, all of which were in-demand when it first hit the market. Sport seats were a big deal, as is the dual-zone climate control, and this car also features things like power windows and locks, cruise control, a tilt column, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo with Bose speakers all around. As someone who was there in 1997 when these cars hit the market, this one was the one everyone wanted to own. It’s all in excellent condition with only very minor comfort marks on the driver’s seat and the door panels don’t even show a little indentation where the driver’s elbow might have rested. Everything works, as you’d expect, with powerful A/C, a comfortable driving position, and gauges that were ground-breaking when they debuted. This car also offers two tops and the C5 was the first Corvette to actually offer a decent trunk that was still usable even with the tops stowed in their special mounting brackets back there.
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    The LS1 really needs no introduction after nearly two decades of making horsepower. In 1997, it was rated at 345 horsepower and made the C5 legitimately fast. It was also smooth, torquey, and virtually indestructible. It took a while, but eventually the aftermarket caught up and made hundreds of speed parts for these engines, but this one is refreshingly stock, with only an aftermarket cold air intake and a growling Corsa cat-back exhaust system on its list of improvements. The stock black plastic coil covers give the engine bay a neatly finished look and it’s obviously been well-maintained since new. A 4-speed automatic overdrive transaxle was actually standard equipment and it spins a set of 2.73 gears so this is a remarkable highway cruiser that pulls down impressive gas mileage, too. Shiny Z06 wheels are a direct bolt-on, giving the C5 an updated look and they still carry 245/45/17 front and 275/40/18 rear Goodyear run-flat radials.
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    You can’t buy more performance for less money anywhere else, not with this level of finish and so few miles. This Corvette is a great opportunity. Call today!

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  • This 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T convertible is kind of a big deal and nails...

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    This 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T convertible is kind of a big deal and nails every important factor that a serious Mopar collector would want. Matching-numbers big block, 4-speed manual transmission, Track Pack, an awesome color combination, and a restoration that's so fresh you can still smell the paint. And even at this price, it has to represent some kind of bargain for this much performance.
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    With just 29 miles on the restoration, it should and does look like a million bucks. The Y2 paint is simply called "Yellow" and we can't argue with how it looks. It's not an in-your-face bright color, but a little softer shade that seems all the more appealing when it's plastered all over one of the nastiest muscle cars of the era. The sheetmetal was expertly prepped prior to a drop of paint being sprayed, and while the gaps are better than they were from the factory, a bit of tweaking would make them nearly perfect. The smooth hood carries a pair of hood scoops that were a Chrysler trademark during the muscle car era and the black bumblebee stripe reminds onlookers that this isn't merely a pretty 1960s ragtop but a pretty gnarly piece of hardware. R/T badges were installed as appropriate and the chrome bumpers are in excellent shape.
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    The black bucket seat interior shows off a few desirable upgrades that suggest the original owner decided to splurge a little bit on his new Coronet. A center console for the 4-speed is the most obvious upgrade, and it also carries a full set of Rallye gauges including a Tick-Tock-Tach. Hurst provided a cue ball knob and shifter for the 4-speed gearbox and the factory AM/FM/8-track radio is fully functional and is a very rare find all by itself. Seat covers, door panels, and the carpets are new and ready for show, demonstrating that upscale muscle definitely has its appeal. There's a black power convertible top overhead and the Coronet is one of the few ragtops that looks great top up or top down, and it, too, was recently installed. The trunk is correctly outfitted with a reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire.
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    The 440 cubic inch powerplant under that twin-snorkel hood is the original, numbers-matching 440 cubic inch V8 that many would argue is the best choice in a muscle Mopar for guys who like to drive. Rebuilt and detailed for show, complete with a functioning Ramcharger cold air induction system, it's plenty powerful and throws this big convertible around like it weighs 800 pounds less than it does. Correct details throughout the engine bay include hoses and clamps, fasteners, and those wonderful cast iron exhaust manifolds that flow just as well as headers. Interestingly enough, it's got manual steering and brakes, suggesting that performance was paramount when the order sheet was being filled out, and to be honest, you probably won't miss them even with that big chunk of iron sitting over the front axle. It's equipped with a 4-speed manual that has quick throws and powers a robust Dana 60 rear end with 3.54 gears on a Sure Grip limited slip, which was mandatory equipment with the 4-speed. It's also got the Track Pack option, which adds a few upgrades that most drivers will find useful. Finally, it's got a set of butch-looking black steel wheels like the A12 cars and they're wrapped in 225/70/15 BFGoodrich redline radials for a period look.
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    Beautifully restored, incredibly rare, and with a very strong pedigree, this investment-grade Mopar is the kind of car that major collections are built around. Call today!

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  • 1964 Buick Skylark - recent restoration, 300 4-barrel carb, 250hp,...

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    1964 Buick Skylark - recent restoration, 300 4-barrel carb, 250hp, original engine with automatic transmission, power steering, dual exhaust, new suspension and brakes, rust free body and floors, nice paint, rally wheels, new interior, nice riding and driving car.

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  • 1968 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible - recent minor restoration, original #s...

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    1968 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible - recent minor restoration, original #s matching 442, 400 engine, automatic transmission, 10 bolt 342 positraction rear, power steering, power disc brakes, power top, bucket seats, rally dash with tic tock tachometer, am/fm radio, clean straight body with nice paint, car runs & drives out great. See the video.

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  • Will Saleen Mustangs become the Shelbys of the 1980s? I wouldn't bet...

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    Will Saleen Mustangs become the Shelbys of the 1980s? I wouldn't bet against them, particularly when cars like this 1989 Saleen Mustang convertible remain eminently affordable. Prices can only keep going up from here, right?
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    Saleen was always quick to point out that they were not a mere "tuner" but rather a small-volume manufacturer, and in terms of collectability, that makes a world of difference. It means that this heavily documented, supercharged Saleen (#129, by the way) has a Saleen VIN and serial number, ensuring its exclusivity. And while Saleen would sell their parts to the average Mustang owner, having one with that all-important serial number ahead of the driver's headlight means the world to enthusiasts. With just 22,098 original miles, this is perhaps the finest Saleen we've featured and it shows a lifetime of expert and careful maintenance. The Saleen body kit is stylish yet restrained, save for the massive rear wing which was the car's most distinctive feature. The white paint is in excellent condition overall, and you can't even tell where the Saleen parts were added and the factory paint ends, which is a testament to the care with which these cars were built (they were roughly twice as expensive as standard Mustangs). The distinctive Saleen graphics package highlights the rockers and it still carries its Ford-applied pinstripe along the flanks, too. All of it remains in first-class shape, making this an excellent choice for future appreciation.
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    Befitting the $30,639 sticker price, the interior got a comprehensive makeover at the Saleen facility in Irvine, CA, before it was shipped to a Ford dealer right down the road from our ATL showroom for further dealer upgrades. Special FloFit buckets were wrapped in gray fabric that's as grippy as Velcro, then piped in red for some contrast. The original rear seat was finished to match, as were the door panels. Other Saleen touches include a MOMO steering wheel, 170 MPH speedometer (the original went to 85, which was pretty lame), an upgraded Pioneer stereo system designed to Saleen's specifications, and a special shifter. All the other Ford options were standard, too, including A/C, power windows and locks, power mirrors, and a power folding top that stows under a matching gray boot. The 2-point roll hoop was a dealer option that very few convertible owners selected but it definitely helps reinforce the chassis. As you'd expect, everything is in first-rate condition and fully functional save for the heater, which is typical of low-mileage Fox-body Mustangs. Even the trunk looks completely unused!
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    A glance at the John Bleakley dealer invoice is proof that this Saleen was supercharged before it hit the road, making it one of only a handful so equipped. The Paxton blower is quiet and unobtrusive, force-feeding the 5.0 liter V8 to the tune of more than 300 horsepower, heady numbers in 1989. It also enjoys the benefit of a GT40 tubular intake, which is ideally suited to boosted applications. Saleen included a special engine calibration as part of their upgrades, yet the car is docile enough to be a daily driver. The suspension is heavily massaged, using Saleen Racecraft springs, shocks, and sway bars, along with special bushings, 4-wheel disc brakes, and chassis reinforcements that make a huge difference in the way the car feels. Drive this back-to-back with any other Fox Mustang and they don't even feel like the same kind of car. And all of it is in excellent shape, indicative of the low mileage and expert care. Even the gorgeous color-matched ARE wheels are unmarked and now carry BFGoodrich radials.
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    Documented with the original dealer invoice, warranty card, bill of sale, 2-owner clean Carfax, and owner's manual, plus all the Ford papers, this incredible Saleen Mustang is a very rare find. Call today!

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  • 1970 Porsche 911 S Targa!!! This 911 S is rust free due to being garage...

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    1970 Porsche 911 S Targa!!! This 911 S is rust free due to being garage kept and has always been in an excellent climate. This car has not been modified, it is numbers matching and still retains its MFI setup. It has had a bare metal high end base coat clear coat respray in the original color of Bahia Red, it has had a recent engine out service and detail with a new clutch. This car is nice, meticulously maintained and is ready for the next owner to enjoy. If you are looking for a correct color, numbers matching 911 S with a great history and paperwork this car is it. Engine number 6300162 transmission number: Transmission according to past owner is original, the complete number is difficult to read, we filled it with red paint to try and bring it out. here is what we can read. 911 01 7100865 Engine number is very legible and is correct.

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  • 1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427 c.i. 4bbl. / matching #'s , 427 c.i. 4bbl. /...

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    1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427 c.i. 4bbl. / matching #'s , 427 c.i. 4bbl. / matching #'s, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Teakwood Steering Wheel, Knock-Off Wheels / Goldline Tires, Air Conditioning, AM/FM Stock Radio, Power Windows, Nassau Blue Hardtop, Black Soft Top, Side Exhaust System

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  • Do you need a 380 HP pickup with a 0 – 60 time of 6 seconds? Then, you...

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    Do you need a 380 HP pickup with a 0 – 60 time of 6 seconds? Then, you need a Lightning. These are equipped with a Kenne Bell supercharged 380 HP 5.4 Triton motor, heavy-duty transmission, high performance suspension, heavy duty brakes, and Volant cold air intake. The truck also has A/C, Kenwood stereo, Sparco bucket seats, cruise control, power windows / locks, Hard Tonneau cover, and 18” alloy 5-spoke wheels. A real cool looking stepside

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