MCG Social

← Back to map

All Cars

  • After a successful seven years of production with the C5 Corvette,...

    Read more

    After a successful seven years of production with the C5 Corvette, Chevrolet gave it a grand exit with a Commemorative Edition option, and celebrated back-to-back victories at the 24 Hours Le Mans. This 2004 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 received that Z16 Regular Production Option and represents how great the fifth generation Corvette really was.
    <br><br>
    The Commemorative Edition option was available for base coupe, convertible, and Z06 Corvettes for the 2004 model year. All cars were covered in the same beautiful Le Mans Blue paint that graces the panels of the GT class dominating C5-R race car. Sporting less than 2500 miles per year since new, this car has seen very little road time and wears that blue hue proudly. The Z06 optioned cars received further enhancements with bold, silver stripes that are highlighted with red outlining, giving the Z06 an even closer resemblance to the C5-R. Also specific to the Z06 is the carbon fiber hood that weighs in at just over 20 lbs. Wrapping up this special edition ‘Vette is commemorative edition badging that gives a nod to the 2 GTS class wins. With the Z06 option, you can also count on functional scoops and inlets for brake cooling and air delivery to the engine.
    <br><br>

    Open the doors and notice a very clean black leather interior with power bucket seats sporting Corvette cross-flags embroidery on the headrests. With the commemorative edition exclusive embroidering, everything else inside remains stock. The C5 Corvette presented a comfortable cabin that kept you snug for sporty driving. Everything is within easy reach and all of the amenities you would expect from a high end 2004 sports car are there, such as power windows, power door locks, passenger climate control, driver/passenger air bags, AM/FM/CD player, cruise control, air conditioning, and even a heads-up display that will display revs, speed, and other important information.
    <br><br>

    The Z06 was Chevrolet's top dog Corvette until the C6 ZR1 started production in 2009, now with the introduction of the 2015 C7 Z06, the Z06 designation is back to the top spot. With that said, you can count on a hair-raising experience with this Vette as it's packed with a 5.7L LS6 V8 that punches out 405 horsepower and sends power to a manually shifted 6-speed transmission. In this lightweight coupe, that's enough power to propel it down the 1/4 mile in less than 12 seconds flat! Being a Z06, there is a slew of suspension and braking enhancements over base model Corvettes. However, the Z16 option on this car also provides shock tuning for improved handling over previous model Z06s. Lift this car in the air and you'll see a flat underbelly that provides a .29 drag coefficient to keep the car planted and stable at high speeds. Power steering, and power four wheel disc brakes, upgraded from standard Corvette models, makes this Z06 is a blast to drive with sticky 265/40/17 front and 295/35/18 rear Firehawk Wide Oval tires putting it all to the asphalt.
    <br><br>

    Approximately 1700 of these 2004 Commemorative Edition Corvette Z06s were sold in the U.S. market with just over a few hundred shipped overseas, making this car and instant collectible. Being a high performance Corvette and limited production numbers, expect this one to be a hot commodity in our showroom. Call today!

    Read less
  • Fast and sophisticated, this 1971 Oldsmobile 442 isn't like most muscle...

    Read more

    Fast and sophisticated, this 1971 Oldsmobile 442 isn't like most muscle cars. Yes, it does carry its original 455 cubic inch V8 and yes, it's dressed in some seriously aggressive bodywork, but the combination of the sleek silver paint and comfortable interior remind us that buying an Olds was an entirely different experience.
    <br><br>
    OK, so the original color was Antique Green, but I'm guessing there's just no way it looked as good as the icy silver paint this 442 currently wears. In a sea of red and yellow and black muscle, this car stands out, looking both contemporary and brutal, it seems to ignore the usual standards and goes off on its own. Sure, it's got hood scoops and a wing on the deck lid, plus a pair of black stripes that highlight the hood, but showing up in this car gets a lot of attention. It's also a real-deal 442, so those badges were installed honestly and the aggressive look is factory-issue. Nice chrome sparkles against the silver paint, black pinstripes highlight the flared fenders, and it's really hard to not love this Olds.
    <br><br>
    The black interior was also fully restored to factory specs, including the front bench seat that's a somewhat unusual find in a 442. Oldsmobile's added luxury is evident throughout, from the woodgrained door panels to the somewhat more expensive-feeling vinyl used on the seats to the rather lengthy list of options. There's hardly any wear on any of the soft parts, so the car looks and feels quite fresh, and that's a tic-toc tach to the right of the speedometer. Included among this car's features are power windows, factory air-conditioning, and ultra-rare cruise control, which I don't think I've seen before on a car like this. The original AM radio is gone, but the AM/FM/cassette unit in its place does a decent job of looking like it belongs there and sounds decent, too. And despite the fastback profile, there's a good-sized trunk with plenty of space inside even with a full-sized spare stowed there, too.
    <br><br>
    That's the original, numbers-matching 455 cubic inch V8, and while new rules and lower octane fuels knocked a few horsepower off the top, the mountainous torque it produces delivers the performance you'd expect. The engine bay is clean and obviously shows signs that it was carefully and accurately restored some time ago, with bright corporate blue engine enamel, a correct 442 decal on the air cleaner, and all original equipment save for the long-tube headers and 3-inch exhaust system. It barks to life with that distinctive Oldsmobile sound and eagerly pulls the slick coupe around without ever seeming to work very hard. A heavy-duty TH400 3-speed automatic transmission has no problem keeping up and the original rear end still plants the power. It appears that the gas tank was recently replaced and although the chassis isn't detailed for show, it's as tidy as the engine bay and ready for another round of cruising the streets. Perennially attractive Oldsmobile Rally wheels are color-matched to the body and carry 225/70/14 Firestone radials at all four corners.
    <br><br>
    The look, the pedigree, and the power all work together to make one of the most compelling muscle cars we've featured recently. The fact that it's also very affordable is merely icing on the cake. Call today!

    Read less
  • What started about 80 years ago when America's youth was swapping Ford...

    Read more

    What started about 80 years ago when America's youth was swapping Ford flatheads into stripped down T-buckets has now evolved to today's generation swapping high-tech, low-displacement engines into a lightweight import cars like this 1991 Honda CRX. From there, the customization possibilities are endless.
    <br><br>
    Let's start with the most obvious feature of this car, that wild paint job, and brilliant body work. The base color is a mixture of PPG Corvette yellow and Gold pearl, and beginning at the nose of the car is a flame job that would impress any old school street-rodder. Down the sides of the car, those flames interact with scallops that feature a deep red-to-green gradient finished in green reptile scales wrapped in ghost flames. The detail is absolutely incredible with the intricate pin stripe border around the flames, to the subtle drop shadow that adds depth to the paint job. Just as much attention was put into the body work with the addition of a Wings West body kit that was seamlessly molded to the body. The door handles have been shaved, clear head lights and tail lights installed, and a Japanese specific market hood was installed for a clean look that is devoid of any gaudy scoops and vents. Completing the look is 18'' Racing Hart C2 wheels at all four corners.
    <br><br>

    The customization continues inside with a tastefully finished tan leather interior that is complemented with green ostrich and yellow suede inserts throughout. There is seating for two with adjustable bucket seats that would fool you into thinking you were peering inside a German sports car instead of a Japanese tuner car. Those seats, along with the interior panels and door panels, have been accented with green and yellow inserts. The rear seat has been removed to accommodate a yellow painted nitrous oxide bottle that sits forward of three custom installed Rockford Fosgate subwoofers, and a custom mounting rail that elevates a Rockford Fosgate amplifier. The dash has been wrapped in leather and topped with a custom fabricated instrument panel hosting Autometer Pro-Comp gauges to measure speed, revs, nitrous pressure, fuel pressure, fuel level, water temperature, and oil pressure. There is a Clarion AM/FM/CD head unit with MB Quart components, and a Colorado Custom flame themed billet steering wheel tops things off.
    <br><br>

    When the original builder started this project, he wanted something he could race and show. It's obviously evolved into a show car, but that doesn't mean the race aspirations were neglected. Power from this little car comes from a dual overhead cam 1.6L B16A Honda powerplant. Using Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC), this little engine cranks out 160 horsepower, that is 100 naturally aspirated horsepower per liter! That is a feat that only the most technically advanced supercars of today can accomplish. Weighing in around 2000 lbs, that's more than enough power to get this Honda impressing others from stoplight to stoplight. But that power is further increased with the use of a dry shot of nitrous that squeezes out another 50 horsepower. On top of that, there has been the addition of an Integra Type R intake manifold, short-ram air intake, an underdrive pulley kit, Neuspeed plug wires, adjustable cam gears, a DC Sports 4 to 1 header, and a GReddy cat-back exhaust. With the additional modifications, you probably aren't far from the 200 horsepower mark in this little rocket. That engine sits in a beautifully detailed engine bay with valve cover painted in green. Mated to a 5-speed manual transmission with coilover suspension and power disc brakes at all four corners, this little Honda is a blast to drive.

    Read less
  • 1972 Porsche 9141972 Porsche 914, Red with black interior, A/C,...

    Read more

    1972 Porsche 9141972 Porsche 914, Red with black interior, A/C, excellent weekend driver, mechanically sound. For $8,500If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster, matching numbers, baby...

    Read more

    1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster, matching numbers, baby blue with navy blue interior, soft top, and wire wheels. Excellent original car with lots of potential for restoration, mechanically sound. For $32,500If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal, brown with burgundy...

    Read more

    1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal, brown with burgundy seats and black interior, manual transmission, and and excellent find. Very rare, comes with service manual, original spare tire, Mechanically sound If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 1975 Porsche 914 1.81975 Porsche 914 1.8, red with black interior,...

    Read more

    1975 Porsche 914 1.81975 Porsche 914 1.8, red with black interior, excellent original car and very presentable weekend driver, mechanically sound. For $8,500If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 1963 Jaguar XKE FHC1963 Jaguar XKE FHC, Old English white, with black...

    Read more

    1963 Jaguar XKE FHC1963 Jaguar XKE FHC, Old English white, with black and white seats and black interior, manual transmission, wire wheels, excellent restoration candidate and the motor turns freely by hand. For $34,750If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 1966 Sunbeam Alpine1966 Sunbeam Alpine, red with black interior, comes...

    Read more

    1966 Sunbeam Alpine1966 Sunbeam Alpine, red with black interior, comes with black vinyl soft top, and manual transmission. Very presentable car and needing only minor cosmetics. For $6,950If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • This particular Stingray has a 427cc engine (not factory) with a 4-speed...

    Read more

    This particular Stingray has a 427cc engine (not factory) with a 4-speed manual transmission. This car has a totally custom paint job, hood, and custom built engine with over 500hp - you cannot find another Corvette like this. This car offers the class of a street car combined with the horse power of a drag car - and it looks fantastic no matter what you're doing. The metallic, iridescent black paint shimmers in all lights and the chrome is in great condition. The car comes with a brand new convertible top which needs to be installed, and all of the electrics work, though it needs a radio.

    Read less
  • 1967 Sunbeam Alpine 2 seater convertible1967 Sunbeam Alpine 2 seater...

    Read more

    1967 Sunbeam Alpine 2 seater convertible1967 Sunbeam Alpine 2 seater convertible, red with black interior, and comes with a white soft top. Manual transmission, very presentable weekend cruiser at a great price. For $7,500If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • This 1971 Chevrolet C-10 pick up has been restored into one beautiful...

    Read more

    This 1971 Chevrolet C-10 pick up has been restored into one beautiful custom truck. The arrow straight body with an excellent fit and finish shows off the incredible deep black show quality paint. All chrome and stainless are in excellent condition along with all glass and weather stripping. The interior looks just as great as the exterior with a beautifully restored dash and all new chrome hardware throughout. The seat has been finished in a gorgeous red leather with new red carpet and door panels. The truck also features air conditioning, tilt steering column with custom leather wrapped wheel, and CD player. The custom C10 is powered by a smooth running 454 big block V8 backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission and 12 bolt rear axle. Other options include power steering, power disc brakes, and custom 17 and 20 Budnick wheels. The truck has also been equipped with air ride suspension both front and rear. This is an excellent driving truck with all equipment in perfect working order. The engine runs perfectly and the transmission shifts great with no issues. The truck is tight on the road and is very dependable, needs nothing and is ready to cruise.

    Read less

  • 1963 Dodge 330 Max Wedge &amp;#8220;Recreation&amp;#8221; 426...

    Read more


    1963 Dodge 330 Max Wedge &amp;#8220;Recreation&amp;#8221; 426 cui Max Wedge dual carburetors with 440 heads. 727 Automatic Push-button transmission. 8 3/4 Mopar rear end with 3.23 Sure Grip. Painted Vermillion Red. Gray bench seat interior with fold down console. Front disc brake system from ECI. Aluminum radiator. Hood scoop. Dual exhaust with Bolt-on cut outs. Column tachometer. Factory 15&amp;#8221; Wheels with radial tires. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mopar inventory. Be the envy of all Mopar fans when you pull up to your next car show in a Max Wedge for SALE PENDING!!!

    Read less

  • 1968 Chevrolet Nomad 4 dr 350 cui small block chevy. TH350...

    Read more


    1968 Chevrolet Nomad 4 dr 350 cui small block chevy. TH350 Automatic transmission. 10 bolt rear end. Painted Grotto Blue (code D). Blue vinyl bench seat interior (code 771). Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Chrome dress kit. HEI. Edelbrock intake. Holley carburator. Dual exhaust with headers. Tinted windows. Sunpro tachometer &amp;amp; under-dash gauges. Padded dash. Factory Delco radio (non-op). 18&amp;#8221; Front / 20&amp;#8221; Rear Coy wheels. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevrolet inventory. Take the family with you to the next car show for $29,900

    Read less
  • The beneficiary of a complete restoration by two professional bodymen,...

    Read more

    The beneficiary of a complete restoration by two professional bodymen, this slick ‘69 F1 features an athletic appearance that’s highlighted by a breathtaking red paint that was borrowed from the Mazda Miata line of colors. Take one look down the sides of the car’s rock solid body and you’ll find that great care was taken to ensure all seams are both narrow and precise. There’s no question that the ’69 Camaro is one of the best-looking pony cars of all time. And when a skilled builder throws in a few of his own custom touches, it only serves to make things better! At the front of this clean F1, a satin black Rally Sport grille hangs a familiar “Z/28” emblem between stainless-trimmed headlights, a body-matched bumper and crystal clear parking lamps. Above that grille, a traditional hood anchors like-new glass behind straight stainless trim and bright-finished wipers. At the sides of that hood, sculpted fenders combine with traditional chrome door handles, marker lamps and chrome mirrors to add just the right amount of detail to the car’s glowing red profile. And at the back of those fenders, a D80 decklid spoiler hangs above flush-fitting tail lights, a second “Z/28” emblem and a mirror-like bumper. When this killer F-Body rolled out of the restoration shop it was equipped with a GM ZZ4 350 cubic inch V8 crate engine that creates 355+hp. The first thing you’ll notice is the custom cross ram aluminum intake manifold that houses dual 450 Holley carburetors. Unlike a lot of dual carburetor setups, initial start-up is extremely smooth to the point you would have guessed it was fuel-injected. Underneath this tire shredding Super Sport you’ll find a fully restored factory chassis that’s ready for both the strip and the turntable. Behind the car’s engine, a Tremec TKO500 5-speed manual turns a familiar Ford 9-inch which hangs pavement melting 3.70 gears between fully integrated Detroit Speed mini tubs. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

    Read less
  • A special car you can use a daily driver, or spring for a new paint job...

    Read more

    A special car you can use a daily driver, or spring for a new paint job and cruise on down to the local car show to see how many trophies you can bring home!
    This maroon two door 1966 Ford Thunderbird Brougham has had both the engine and transmission rebuilt in 2004: Block and Headers were 'Hot Tanked, Block was bored .030 over, Crank was cut .010/.010, Deck Block, Line Bored, Resized Connecting Rods. Pistons and Rist Pins, Rings, Rods, Main and Cam Bearings, Valve Springs, Competition Cam, Lifters, Oil Pump, Timing Chain, Complete Engine Gasket Set, New Carb, Water Pump, Starter and Fy Wheel.
    Also features a New Battery, Rear Brakes, and Tires. A recent complete tune up, New Upper and Lower Ball Joints, New Lower Control Arm Bushings.
    The interior is original and in showroom condition as you can see from the photos. Drive in classic car luxury, remembering all the great times, with power steering, power seats, power windows both main and vent, AM FM radio and air conditioning (may need to be recharged).
    This classic has plenty of pick up from the 390 ci engine, shifts smoothly and is great ride to go along with the pristine interior. Speedometer reads 28,465 miles. PA inspection good until June 2015. Other than the paint job, (a few small "parking lot dings"), a new vinyl roof (about $ 300) all of the "heavy lifting" has been done. The car is straight and there is no rust. Kindly note there is a small leak in exhaust gasket only discernible at low speeds.
    All of this can be yours for $8,000, the buyer is responsible for all taxes, transfers, and shipping fees. I will even throw in the cool dice hanging from the rear view mirror!

    Read less
  • 1971 VW Beetle Convertible for sale (WI) - $17,500
    '71 Volkswagen...

    Read more

    1971 VW Beetle Convertible for sale (WI) - $17,500
    '71 Volkswagen Beetle for sale.
    Black Convertible Top. 34k miles.
    2 Door. 2WD.
    Yellow exterior with Black Leather interior.
    Automatic V4, CD Player
    EXCELLENT condition!
    Cash only sale.
    Call Buddy @ 480-540-6996

    Read less
  • 1928 Buick for sale (MI) - $20,495
    20k miles. 2Door. 2WD.
    Blue...

    Read more

    1928 Buick for sale (MI) - $20,495
    20k miles. 2Door. 2WD.
    Blue exterior with Charcoal leather interior.
    Maual V6.
    Cash only please!
    Seller is willing to negotiate.
    Call Pete @ 989-721-7591

    Read less
  • 1932 Ford Roadster for sale (NY) - $36,000
    1932 Ford Roadster
    Chevy...

    Read more

    1932 Ford Roadster for sale (NY) - $36,000
    1932 Ford Roadster
    Chevy 355 with 671 Blower Transmission Turbo 400 Rear gears 3.73 posse.
    The car has less than 900 miles on it since it was finished.
    The engine is a Big Al's toy box motor approx 500 HP.
    All stainless steel.
    Call Ronald @ 716-499-041

    Read less
  • The C4 Corvette, produced from 1984-1996, represented a drastic change...

    Read more

    The C4 Corvette, produced from 1984-1996, represented a drastic change from the previous C3 generation with its completely new chassis, design, and interior layout. The C4 did not use separate body-on-frame construction like its predecessors. Instead, it used what GM termed a "uniframe", which consisted of a traditional perimeter frame, with the door posts, windshield frame, halo, and the rear portion of the floor pan integrated into one welded assembly. The targa and convertible body styles required extremely tall side rails on the frame to maintain chassis rigidity, and as a result, the door sills were quite deep with entry and exit likened by contemporary auto journals to a "fall in and climb out" experience but the primary design emphasis was on handling.

    The collector edition included an exclusive Sebring Silver paint, special badging and silver five spoke wheels

    This 1996 Collector’s Edition Corvette is in exceptionally well kept condition. It features its original and glossy RPO 13 Sebring Silver exterior with RPO 194 Black Collector’s Edition leather interior complete with a black top. It features the standard LT1 350ci 5.7L 300hp/340tq V8 matted to a 4-speed automatic with just over 30,200 original miles. The LCD gauges all work flawlessly, as do all the power options, and the leather interior is in immaculate condition. It features the exclusive special badging with silver five spoke 17” wheels in great condition with the original Goodyear tires. This three owner Vette was sold new in Michigan and has been meticulously well kept, so much in fact that it won two gold awards from NCRS recently.

    GM made 21,536 Corvettes in 1996 with 4,369 as roadsters. This is number 2,169 of the '96 production run. They made 5,412 Collector’s Editions with only 1,381 as roadsters, this being one of them. Other options include RPO AG1 (power driver’s seat) AQ9 (leather sport seats), UJ6 (tire pressure sensors), and U1F (Bose stereo with CD). It comes with all the original books, manuals, and keys. Convertible season is in full swing; don't miss your chance to own this rare and beautiful '96 Collector’s Edition Corvette!

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

    Read less
  • The Gran Sport was introduced by Buick in 1964 as the answer to the...

    Read more

    The Gran Sport was introduced by Buick in 1964 as the answer to the Pontiac GTO. By 1968 it was the second generation and would be offered through the end of the muscle car era in 1972.

    The GS 400 offered the 340 Horsepower and was offered in a coupe or a convertible. In 1969 the GS 400 wore a different hood with cold-air induction as only previously seen on the Stage I and Stage II cars in 1968.

    Although badged as a Stage I it is not. This car is a true GS 400 car that received a restoration 12 years ago starting with a good solid car that still shows extremely well. Other than the carpet the interior is original that and is still very presentable.
    The engine and transmission are believed to be numbers matching to the car which runs and shifts as they should.

    The convertible top has been completely gone through with pump, lines, motor etc…
    This car is a very nice example that has been lovingly cared for and will offer someone years of enjoyment with an upside of value in the end.

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

    Read less
  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS...

    Read more

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS for purchase. The GM A-body platform produced many of the popular muscle car era names including the Pontiac GTO, Buick Gran Sport, and Oldsmobile 442. The Chevelle SS was Chevrolet’s entry in to the muscle car market. The rounded styling of the 2nd generation Chevelle and semi-fastback flowing roofline make these classics popular collector cars as survivors, fresh restorations, and modified pro-street racers.

    This is a true 1971 Chevelle SS that comes with the original build sheet. It’s a fresh frame-on restoration with new Tuxedo Black paint, interior, engine rebuild, brake system, weather stripping, gas & transmission lines, mounts, tires, wheels, heater core, fuel pump, solenoid, and sending units. It’s powered by a 350ci V8 paired with a turbo 350 automatic transmission. This Chevelle SS is a very nice fresh restoration black on black with bucket seats and console. This is a really cool classic that is mechanically ready to rock. All this work was done in the last year! Please call or email for more details!

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

    Read less
  • ’67 Shelby GT500 Fastback… these words bring goosebumps to the collector...

    Read more

    ’67 Shelby GT500 Fastback… these words bring goosebumps to the collector car community. The progeny of the late Carroll Shelby, the GT500 is a centerpiece for any car collector and lover. This numbers matching GT500 is fully documented and in concourse show quality condition. It is registered with the SAAC and has a full Marti report verifying it is a true Shelby GT500 and 1 of 527 finished in Dark Moss Green. It originally was sold new at Carey Paul Ford in Decatur, GA in the spring of ’67 with an MSRP of $4,195 with $356.23 in options bringing the total to $4,551.23 which is equivalent to $32,238.89 in 2014. It is verified as #1,801 of the 2,048 GT500s built for ’67. Documentation shows that the car was purchased by the 3rd owner and brought home to Kingston, WA in 1995. The 4th, and current owner, then purchased it in the fall of 2000 and brought it to Michigan where it has been meticulously well kept and maintained the past 14 years.

    It came out of the San Jose, CA plant and was the 92,851st Mustang produced for the year on April 11, 1967, twenty-two days behind schedule. It also came with the following options: Extra cooling package, courtesy light group, fold down rear seat, power steering, power front disc brakes, interior décor group A, shoulder harness, AM push-button radio, rallye stripes, 15"x7" Kelsey-Hayes magstar 5-spoke aluminum wheels, and a heavy duty battery.

    There are massive amounts of documentation and pictures for this car and per this documentation, the following can be said: Sometime between the late 60’s and early 80’s the car was change from green to red. Then, in what is estimated to be 1985, the car underwent a complete restoration back to its original specs and there are ironically 67 photos documenting this restoration as well as full paperwork. Following the restoration, the 3rd owner maintained the vehicle and the 4th owner had R&A Engineering in Manchester, MI do a full repaint in 2002, 2yrs after purchasing it. There are 22 photos of this repaint as well as pages of documentation and receipts and it has been maintained mechanically and cosmetically by R&A Engineering since.

    Tasteful modifications include a full exhaust with headers and Flowmaster mufflers and a Kenwood radio. Included are multiple sets of keys, the owner’s manual signed by Carroll Shelby, extra set of taillight lenses, extra paint and decals, a cover, the original radio, and all of the numerous pages of documentation. This is truly a rolling masterpiece with just over 37,000 original documented miles. Do not pass up this opportunity to own one of the most sought after collector cars on the planet!

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

    Read less
  • This gorgeous street rod started out as a 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe...

    Read more

    This gorgeous street rod started out as a 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 85 Series 2 Door Sedan. Within the last 8 years it was converted to the sweet street rod you see now. The body was stripped and repaired without using any filler then it was professionally painted in a two tone white over gray that looks awesome sitting on its Torque Thrust II chrome rims. The heart of this beauty is 350ci V8 that was bored .030 over with a mild cam that is estimated to put out in excess of 300 hp. It is fed via an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb and performance intake and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its performance headers and exhaust system. During its recreation a freshly rebuilt turbo 350 with a shift kit was installed which effortlessly puts the power to the 10 bolt rear end with gears designed for cruising. Other notable upgrades include the Mustang II front end, front disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, custom front end bra and car cover. The interior boasts a completely leather gray interior with ample room for 5 passengers and a degree of elegance that really compliments the car. The dash has been fitted with VDO gauges, it has a great sounding, glove box mounted, secret audio system with a CD changer in the trunk and a gorgeous steering wheel atop a tilt steering column. Shortly after being completed in 2009 it was inspected by the National Street Rod Association and has since been certified with a NSRA 23 safety inspection with the inspection check list and sticker to confirm. All said and done this is a gorgeous turn key street rod in need of absolutely nothing but a new home. If you like what you see don’t wait until its gone to call as it will cost twice what we are asking to build a similar car! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com

    Read less
  • The Range Rover has and continues to be the staple of luxury performance...

    Read more

    The Range Rover has and continues to be the staple of luxury performance SUV’s. They are identifiable everywhere by their classic bold lines, their luxurious interiors, and top-class performance. They also exemplify a “we’ve made it” stigma, which other SUV’s lack. You cannot help to be noticed, and for good reason.
    This HSE Supercharged model is finished in flawless Zambezi Silver over Charcoal Premium leather interior. It is a 2-owner vehicle with a perfect CarFax, routinely serviced, and just upgraded with $1,300 new tires. It has a 4.4L V8 engine that produces 400 HP and mated to an automatic transmission with sport shifting option. As previously mentioned, this car is loaded with luxury. It has a full leather interior, heated front and rear seats, adjustable suspension height, dual climate control, steering wheel controls, power sunroof, navigation, rear back-up camera, 6-disc CD changer, and aftermarket DVD entertainment system with built in headrest screens.
    This is the full SUV package. AWD and ready to deliver you safely in any weather over any surface. This vehicle appears and drives as if it only has 20K miles on it. This is the SUV you’ve been waiting for – it has all the pleasures and all the curb appeal. Call or e-mail today.

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

    Read less
  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2007 Lexus SC 430 Convertible...

    Read more

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2007 Lexus SC 430 Convertible for purchase. The SC 430 was introduced as Lexus' new generation of sport coupes. It was powered by a 4.3 liter V8 which generated 300 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque producing 0 – 60 times of 5.9 seconds and sped through a quarter mile in just under 14 seconds. To compliment its power is a sport suspension creating amazing stability of its nearly 4000 pound curb weight and powerful brakes bringing the car from 60mph to a halt in only 121 feet. The most defining characteristic of the SC 430 is the retractable hard top that when in the closed position the car is as true of a coupe as a fixed roof car, when the roof is open, the car transforms in to a true roadster offering an awesome open air experience where luxury truly meets performance. The roof completely stows away into the rear compartment giving the car some of the cleanest lines of any modern day cabriolet.

    This SC 430 comes highly optioned and well-maintained with2 keys, owners manuals...it has it all! Options include; Navigation system, Mark Levinson premium BOSE, 6-disc in dash CD changer, dark burl high gloss wood package, premium soft grain leather interior, full power and memory seating, full power retractable hardtop, heated seats, keyless entry alarm, xenon HID headlamps, premium 18” graphite wheel package, electronic throttle control system with “snow and power” mode and speed sensing power rack and pinion steering. This car is truly the best of all worlds giving the owner a sporty coupe, a fun roadster, and a beautiful luxury ride. Please call or email for more details!

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

    Read less
  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for...

    Read more

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for purchase. The 1969 Z28 may be the most sought after piece from the muscle car generation. It wasn’t the fastest muscle car, but with single season styling and a unique combination of brake, engine, and exhaust options, the ’69 Z28 has stood the test of time. The Z28 option came with the 302 V8 small block paired with the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission with a “new for 69” standard Hurst shifter. It was connected with a 12 bolt rear axle with standard 3.73 gears. It also featured 11:1 compression, forged pistons, forged steel crankshaft & connecting rods, solid lifter camshaft, and Holley carburetion on a dual-plane intake manifold. The styling of the 1st generation of Camaro’s is something that has not and will never go out of style, and the Z28 package makes these cars a can’t miss investment (not to mention really damn cool).

    This Z28 came out of North Carolina and is in excellent condition sitting in factory color Fathom Green (one repaint) with white racing stripes. It also has original carpet, radio, dash, seats, chrome, and glass. It’s powered by a date coded correct (believed to be original with close inspection) 302ci V8 paired with the original Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. It is an amazingly well cared for survivor that looks as good as it did rolling off the factory floor in February of 1969. This car is a seriously awesome machine. It’s extremely impressive inside, outside, and underneath. We spent a lot of time inspecting this car and only became more impressed with it as we went. Z28’s keep going up in value and are a solid investment! Please call or email for more details! Trim- 723. Option X77. Build Date- 02A. Block Casting- 3956618. Engine Pad Stamp V0203DZ. Rear End- BU025G1.

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

    Read less
  • You can get a heck of a lot of car for not a lot of cash with an R107...

    Read more

    You can get a heck of a lot of car for not a lot of cash with an R107 Mercedes-Benz SL. This 1979 450SL offers a striking color combination and those movie star looks, for a very affordable price. But don’t worry, we promise not to tell your neighbors what a bargain it really is.
    <br><br>
    We sell a lot of these and there isn’t much left to say about “der Panzerwagen.” Bulletproof and infinitely stylish, these cars remain iconic even 40 years after their introduction. The build quality is tangible in every part of the car, and the black paint, even though it’s got some age on it, reflects that. Having led an easy life with just three owners, this car still fits together quite well with doors that close with the solidity that you’d expect from the three-pointed star. The simple lines are accentuated by a gold pinstripe running from nose to tail and just the right amount of chrome. The US-spec bumpers with their heavy rubber overriders are a familiar look that has aged well and aren’t as much of a demerit as they used to be. The grille, lenses, and polished trim all look great against the black paint, giving it a very upscale look that never gets old.
    <br><br>
    MBTex upholstery never seems to wear out, and the tan seats in this SL have a wonderful patina to them that is very leather-like in its inviting look. Well-maintained, the seats are still firm and comfortable, the carpets haven’t been bleached by the sun, and the door panels look almost new. Big, legible gauges are a Mercedes-Benz trademark that perhaps some enthusiasts miss today, and the oversized steering wheel has been replaced by an elegant wood-rimmed wheel. That’s genuine wood on the dash and center console, and the only way these cars came was loaded, so all the amenities were standard equipment. The Sony AM/FM/cassette stereo is linked to a CD changer in the trunk and offers upgraded speakers in the package shelf behind the seats for surprisingly robust sound. A black canvas convertible top is there for emergencies, and the factory hardtop and collapsible stand are included, too.
    <br><br>
    4.5 liters was a pretty big engine in Europe, and the SOHC V8 makes great torque and has a friendly, bubbly exhaust note that’s both sporting and sophisticated. Yes, it’s complicated, but if you maintain it properly, it’ll run practically forever, and that’s the case with this car. There’s evidence of care throughout the engine bay, and the 3-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt in the ‘90s, and in Mercedes-Benz terms, that’s still pretty fresh. It starts and runs beautifully and thanks to a proper exhaust system, it has that purring exhaust note that’s typical of the breed. The all-independent suspension is competent without being aggressive and the brakes are reassuring, so it’ll hustle if you want to. Factory “pie tin” alloy wheels were a famous Mercedes-Benz look for more than a decade and they’re welcome here, giving the car a very correct look, particularly with 205/70/14 Michelin radials wrapped around them.
    <br><br>
    Classic 2-seat roadsters with this kind of pedigree shouldn’t be this affordable, and you’ll probably find that it is your favorite car for just about any job. Call today!

    Read less
  • This 1957 Ford Custom 300 is one heck of a gnarly little sleeper, which...

    Read more

    This 1957 Ford Custom 300 is one heck of a gnarly little sleeper, which are our favorite kind of cars around here. The build started with a light body, stuffed with 427 cubic inches of stroked Windsor, backed with a 5-speed, and hid it all under a low-key black and white paint job. Ultra-clean and ready to rock, this one's a heartbreaker.
    <br><br>
    With a very low survival rate, these short-body Fords are none too easy to find, but you can see that they make great cruisers. Perfect proportions work with some fantastic trim combinations and a great color scheme to make it look elegant and brutal at the same time, like a heavyweight boxer in a tuxedo. It has the moves of an athlete, too, and thanks to a fairly comprehensive restoration, it delivers on the show field as well as the street. Bodywork is more than good enough for the glossy black paint, and despite being restored in the early '00s, it still shows remarkably well with only minor signs of use. The minimalist brightwork certainly helps with the look, and the contrast between the black and white finishes is striking to say the least. You'll also dig the simple red taillights set into body-colored nacelles, emphasizing the 300's no-nonsense appearance. The chrome that is on the car, however, is in excellent condition and provides just the right contrast.
    <br><br>
    The interior was also comprehensively restored and given a few updates to make it a joy to drive. The factory seats were rebuilt, including new foam, before being finished in black vinyl with a '50s pattern. Matching door panels were created at the same time and all new carpets were installed. More recently, the dash was removed and refinished, the wiring was replaced, and a set of expensive Auto Meter gauges were professionally installed. It's pre-wired for a stereo system, including a pair of 6x9 speakers on the rear package shelf, but the builder liked the sound of the engine so much he never installed a radio, so it uses a block-off plate for a clean look. It was also pre-wired for A/C if that's something you think you'd like to add at some point. The Hurst cue ball shifter looks butch sticking out of the transmission tunnel, and the original steering wheel feels substantial going down the road. There's also a gargantuan trunk that's outfitted with a mat and space-saver spare, just in case.
    <br><br>
    For power, they took a 351 Windsor V8 and bored and stroked it to a more notorious 427 cubic inches. Topped with dual quads and finned valve covers, it has that old-school horsepower look that's intimidating as hell. Beautifully finished, it almost looks like it could have come that way from the factory, and it was obviously built with a vintage performance look in mind. Backed by a Tremec 5-speed, it's ferocious on the street but even with 3.70 gears in the 9-inch rear, it's docile and easy-going on the highway. A custom Flowmaster exhaust system sounds predatory with all those cubes exhaling through it and the suspension doesn't seem to mind the major horsepower injection. Clean, well-sorted, and with a surprisingly nice ride, this is a car you can drive every day without noticing how fast it really is. And those steel wheels and plain hubcaps with 235/75/15 blackwall radials certainly help with the industrial-strength look.
    <br><br>
    Nobody will see you coming in this awesome sleeper, and you'll probably find that it's also a very easy car to drive. Great looks and lots of speed, you just can't go wrong here. Call now!

    Read less
  • You already know we love F-bodies here at Streetside Classics, and...

    Read more

    You already know we love F-bodies here at Streetside Classics, and compared to the '69 Camaros, this 1969 Firebird 400 is a rather unusual find. It offers a built 400, gorgeous custom paint, and that undeniable performance look that makes these cars perennial favorites. So if you're a Pontiac guy or just someone who's tired of '69 Camaros, perhaps this is the solution.
    <br><br>
    The restoration was done in 1999, but since then, this Firebird has lived a pretty easy life. The custom purple paint is elegant and sophisticated, not silly, and on the Firebird shape it looks like the ideal mix of luxury and performance, which was Pontiac's goal all along. You'll note the custom airbrushed graphics on the quarter panels, the hood-mounted tachometer, and factory-style 400 badges on the hood scoops, as well as the bright chrome beak that gives the Firebird a very different look from its corporate cousin. The side marker lights that are actually little firebirds themselves are perhaps the coolest ever invented and the clean overall look makes this car stand out anywhere it goes.
    <br><br>
    The interior is a little less custom but no less attractive. Factory buckets with reproduction seat covers anchor one of the better places to get some road work done. Basic black is the overall theme, although it is a Pontiac, so there's a bit of simulated burled walnut there, too. Factory gauges are joined by auxiliary dials under the dash, along with a digital AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo head unit so that the factory AM radio can remain in the dash. Door panels and carpets were replaced at the time of restoration and you can see that it was a full disassembly job because there's purple paint in all the nooks and crannies around the interior. A factory steering wheel and wood shifter knob help keep it OEM-looking inside and even the trunk is properly finished with a correct-looking reproduction mat.
    <br><br>
    Pontiac's 400 cubic inch V8 is well-known and well-regarded in performance circles, and in the lightweight Firebird, performance is impressive. The engine was rebuilt when the car was restored, but like I said, it hasn't seen a lot of use. Thanks to a recent service that includes a rebuilt carburetor and a fresh alternator, it's ready to drive and enjoy. The engine bay continues the purple theme with some accent pieces wire sleeves, along with chrome Edelbrock valve covers and matching air cleaner. Both the carburetor and intake are also by Edelbrock and there's a big aluminum radiator up front. Power steering and brakes work with the TH400 3-speed automatic to make this car easy to drive, while long-tube headers and Flowmasters give it that notorious sound we all love so much. The underside is in good order, albeit not detailed for show, but no worries about nailing the throttle and having some fun. A 10-bolt rear end is your accomplice and it rides on Pontiac Rally II wheels and 235/60/15 white-letter radials all around.
    <br><br>
    If this were a Camaro, it would be $5000 more expensive with a smaller engine. So with that in mind, why not give this awesome Poncho a try? Call today!

    Read less
  • If you’re looking for a clean R107 Mercedes SL, we’ve got plenty. But if...

    Read more

    If you’re looking for a clean R107 Mercedes SL, we’ve got plenty. But if you want one with a manual transmission, well, that narrows it down to this Euro-spec 1982 280SL. With all the same style and reliability that made these cars famous, plus a unique look and a sweet 5-speed gearbox, this might be the one to own if you’re a guy who loves to drive.
    <br><br>
    For years, the Europeans kept all the good stuff for themselves. US regulations gave us big, heavy rubber bumpers and antiquated headlights, but in Europe, the SL was wearing svelte chrome-rimmed bumpers and halogen headlights that totally transformed the R107’s look. This bright silver 280SL is an ideal example of the undiluted look that Americans never see and it stands out in a big way, even today. Looking vastly more modern than its thirty years would suggest, it shows the same fantastic build quality for which these cars are famous, as well as careful maintenance that has kept it in top condition. The paint has a wonderful luster that definitely suggests great wealth, and given that the odometer goes to nearly a million miles, it might not be a surprise to learn that the mileage shown is authentic. The car just looks fantastic. Yes, the Euro bumpers are excellent, the headlights are clear, and the rest of the trim is in first-rate condition.
    <br><br>
    It also includes a rather rare blue leather interior in place of the usual MB-Tex vinyl. Contrasting perfectly with the silver paint, it’s elegant and sporty, just like the rest of the car, and especially well preserved. Sure, it’s a little odd to see a 5-speed manual shifter sticking out of the console and three pedals on the floor, but otherwise it’s a traditional SL with a no-nonsense dashboard and that intangible feeling of quality throughout. This one is loaded with options like climate control, a tilt wheel, and power windows, just as you’d expect from the top-of-the-line Mercedes. The seats are in excellent shape with just gentle comfort marks on their faces, the dash is unaffected by UV rays, and the door panels and rear storage shelf are nearly new. Even the original AM/FM/cassette stereo is still in the dash. A matching dark blue canvas convertible top stows under a hard rear tonneau, and a removable hardtop was standard equipment.
    <br><br>
    Despite giving up some displacement to the usual V8-powered SLs, the 2.8 liter DOHC inline six does a fantastic job of moving the roadster when linked to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine bay is neatly finished, and you’ll note a refreshing lack of pesky emissions equipment to get in your way, all due to the European specifications. Clutch take-up is smooth, and the gearbox slips through all five gears very nicely. The suspension is just as supple and forgiving as on the V8-powered cars, but thanks to a lighter front end, handling is downright agile and braking is powerful. Classic Mercedes alloys are almost completely unblemished and wear 205/65/15 Goodyear radials.
    <br><br>
    The manual transmission makes this a wonderful driver’s car, albeit one that still carries all the famous Mercedes-Benz luxury and comfort. Call today!

    Read less
  • Refinished in a stunning coat of DuPont Nassau Blue, and decorated with...

    Read more

    Refinished in a stunning coat of DuPont Nassau Blue, and decorated with a white stinger stripe, this handsome roadster is a refreshing change from the sea of red and black Corvettes that typically floods the big shows. That said; the car was certainly intended to be a showpiece from the word “go”. And one look at our professional, high resolution photos proves its rebirth was both thorough and precise. Twisting roughly 505 horsepower into a claimed 3.6 second 0-60 time, the 2010 LS7 crate motor rumbling beneath the car’s hood is a technological testament to the old rule: more cubic inches equals more power! Behind that stout LS7, a 2010 Tremec TKO600 5-speed twists torque through a rugged hydraulic clutch. That torque races to a posi-trac C4 rear end, which is fitted with smooth, 3.45 gears. That first class drivetrain rolls on a fourth generation Corvette independent suspension, which is sandwiched between a modern Street Shop chassis and fresh QA1 coil-overs. Turns come courtesy of modern power rack-and-pinion steering. Smooth and solid stops are initiated when bright red calipers squeeze drilled and slotted rotors; 13 inches up front and 11 inches out back. And power flows through American Racing Torq Thrust IIs, which spin 245/45ZR17 Kumho Ecsta SPTs around polished spinners. No matter how much of a purist you might be, you have to admit this Sting Ray is one seriously cool ride. If you’re looking for the perfect opportunity to own a car that has it all, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

    Read less
  • 1967 Porsche 9121967 Porsche 912, matching numbers, chassis# 462260,...

    Read more

    1967 Porsche 9121967 Porsche 912, matching numbers, chassis# 462260, engine#754837, color code#6604 light ivory with black interior, solid floor pan and battery box. Has a straight body, comes with a lot of service records, same owner for many years, excellent original blue plate California weekend driver and is mechanically sound. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    Read less
  • 2003 50th Anniverary Corvette Coupe 350HP LS1 V8 6-Speed Manual...

    Read more

    2003 50th Anniverary Corvette Coupe 350HP LS1 V8 6-Speed Manual Anniversary Red Anniversary Shale Magnetic Ride Control Head Up Display Dual Climate Control Miles: 36K* Stock Number: 14-46 Price: $26|500

    Read less
  • 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible Blue NB3332132This Is The Real...

    Read more

    1966 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible Blue NB3332132This Is The Real Deal!Barn Find!Original Good Running SS With Bucket Seats and Console.Been Stored For Years!You Will Want To Make This Rare Car Your Own.The Right Car To Restore!Don't Waste Your Time and Money On The Wrong Car To Restore!Won't Last At Only $16,500.00.

    Read less
  • 1966 MERCEDES 220 SE CONVERTIBLE-WHITE WITH NAUTICAL BLUE TOP ASKING...

    Read more

    1966 MERCEDES 220 SE CONVERTIBLE-WHITE WITH NAUTICAL BLUE TOP ASKING $62500.00

    Read less
  • 1957 Chevrolet CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SILVER Stock # NB2223593SILVER...

    Read more

    1957 Chevrolet CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SILVER Stock # NB2223593SILVER EXTERIORRED INTERIOR327 V84 SPEED TRANSMISSIONLOOKS AND RUNS SUPERMUST SEE AND DRIVE THIS BEAUTY

    Read less
  • This gorgeous Pagoda top SL roadster is a great addition to any...

    Read more

    This gorgeous Pagoda top SL roadster is a great addition to any collection or a great car as a weekend toy! This is a nice driver quality 230sl. It runs and drives absolutely fantastic. The previous owner adored it for the past 25 years. Upon arrival to us| it received both mechanical and cosmetic refurbishing. A brand new carpet kit| new sound deadening| new door rubber molding| and a thorough cleaning of the interior helped immensely. Mechanically it received new plugs| distributor cap and rotor| air filter| oil change| a reset of timing| and fuel mixture adjustments. That makes it run great. To help it stop great it got new brakes all around with new brake fluid as well. All fuses were replaced for new and the fuse box was cleaned. It has new engine| transmission| and subframe mounts| new valve cover gaskets| some cooling hoses that were dry rotting were replaced as needed| and the transmission fluid was flushed for new and the filter was replaced. It was also aligned and then driven daily for over 200 miles to insure the overall quality. All in all| over $5500 worth of repairs were put into this roadster so that the new owner will not have to. Drive this one anytime you want| she's good to go! This car is rapidly gaining in value and the fun factor is through the roof. Get yours today!

    Read less

  • 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 cui small block chevy. 4 speed...

    Read more


    1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 cui small block chevy. 4 speed manual transmission. 10 bolt rear end. Painted Hugger Orange with Black front stripe. Black vinyl bucket seat interior. Standard brakes. Standard steering. Stainless dual exhaust with manifolds. Front &amp;amp; Rear spoiler package. SW under-dash gauges. Padded dash. Radio delete. Hurst floor shifter. Spare tire with factory bumper jack. Factory 14&amp;#8221; Dog-dish wheels with Polyglas tires. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our Camaro inventory. Ride or drive in a classic style muscle car for $34,900

    Read less
1 2 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 491 492
Loading...