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  • Sports cars come in all shapes and sizes and have come and gone...

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    Sports cars come in all shapes and sizes and have come and gone throughout the years with some have great success and some failing quickly after their launch. The Porsche Carrera/911 has stood the test of time while never altering its name or core design. Launched in the year of 1963, but not available to the masses till 1964 the Porsche has been as steady as brats and sauerkraut. More than 820,000 Porsche 911s have been built, making it one of the most successful sports cars in the world. For each of its seven generations the engineers in Zuffenhausen and Weissach have reinvented it, time and time again demonstrating to the world the innovative power of the Porsche brand. Like no other vehicle, the 911 reconciles apparent contradictions such as sportiness and everyday practicality, tradition and innovation, exclusivity and social acceptance, design and functionality. It is no wonder that each generation has written its own personal success story. Ferry Porsche best described its unique qualities: “The 911 is the only car you could drive on an African safari or at Le Mans, to the theater or through New York City traffic.”

    This very nice Carrera was properly optioned in the rare but fitting ‘80’s color of White Gold Metallic with well-preserved brown leather interior. Car is complimented with the paint to match Fuchs that have been recently resurfaced. Vehicle has a very stock look and only modification that is noticeable is a Pioneer stereo unit and upgraded speakers. Interior of the car is in very nice shape with seats in superb condition both front and rear and clean and tight headliner. Door pockets and carpet represent well and are not abused or matted down. The exterior of the car shows very nice and is evident the southern exposure has treated the car well without being exposed to the Midwest climate or weather. Vehicle runs strong thru all 5 forward gears with power and response. Braking and suspension are tight and quick to bring you to a stop.
    We are happy to bring this car to market only after 3 previous owners and recently purchased from an avid PCA member and collector. Here is a great opportunity to get into a vintage Porsche for a reasonable price and the chance to get into one as the market continues to climb and availability continues to drop each year.

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

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  • 1964 Rambler American. 6 cylinder engine w/ an automatic transmission....

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    1964 Rambler American. 6 cylinder engine w/ an automatic transmission. This is a rock solid barn find that's very dependable. Fun for the whole family at an affordable price!! Financing available with approved credit - apply on our website today!! Classics, customs, muscle cars and more at www.iowaautooutlets.com.

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  • For 1968, the Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted body with...

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    For 1968, the Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up" and hardtop coupes featured a semi-fastback, flowing roofline. The ‘68’s also rode a new sportier 112-inch wheelbase and tire tread width grew an inch front and rear. Top-trim models (including the SS 396 and new luxury Concours) featured GM's new Hide-A-Way wiper system and the Super Sport became a series on its own. Additionally, manual transmission cars got GM's "Air Injection Reactor" (A.I.R.) smog pump.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this ’68 Chevelle SS 396 replica hard top coupe. This car was originally born as a Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe with a 327ci V8 and 4-speed manual and came out of the Baltimore, MD plant. It was originally painted T-Code Palomino Ivory with RPO C08BB Black vinyl top but has since been refinished in N-Code Cordovan Maroon with the vinyl top removed. Moving to the interior, it was originally Code 779 Medium Gold Rapture vinyl but now sports Code 764 Black Rapture vinyl. In place of the original 327ci stands a stout 396ci big block matted to its factory correct 4-speed manual. The car itself has 70,500 miles which is believed to be original.

    This muscle car also features power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, A/C (original but not currently present), aftermarket Sun-Pro gauges, an aftermarket stereo, and a set of 15” chrome Ion wheels with newer Mastercraft 225/60 tires. Under the hood sitting atop the 396ci is an Edelbrock manifold with a 1x4 bbl carb with MSD providing the ignition. Hooked to the sides of this behemoth is a set of long tube headers with a full exhaust equipped with electric cut outs for that big block rumble. Don’t miss your opportunity to snag a nicely done SS 396 replica!

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

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  • 2012 Shelby GT500 with Nav, SVT performance package, Borla exhaust

    2012 Shelby GT500 with Nav, SVT performance package, Borla exhaust

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  • original owner of a 2003 Mustang Mach 1, dark shadow grey 5sp. LOVE IT

    original owner of a 2003 Mustang Mach 1, dark shadow grey 5sp. LOVE IT

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  • The 1932 Ford 3-window coupe is THE hot rod. There are others, but most...

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    The 1932 Ford 3-window coupe is THE hot rod. There are others, but most hot rods today can trace their histories back to the '32 Ford 3-window coupe, and they're as popular today as they ever were. This striking white Ford has the right stance, the right profile, and the right hardware to make it look traditional, but all the creature comforts to which we've become accustomed, so it's also easy to enjoy.
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    It's a Kilbourne fiberglass body and in a lot of ways, fiberglass is the way to go. One, it doesn’t rust or get dented, so no worries in the future if you drive it. Two, it finishes beautifully and the results show everywhere you look on this car. And three, it's brand new, so you don't have to deal with a creaky old Ford body and instead enjoy a rod that's tight and quiet on the inside. White is a cool choice simply because you don't see it very often, and the icy paint looks great without the need for graphics or pinstripes. It has a minimalist vibe that's perfect for the '32 3-window, especially in hi-boy form, and we guarantee that it'll stand out at the next cruise night. The three-piece hood has smooth sides, the '32 Ford grille shell is painted to match the body and features a polished insert, and you get a set of slender taillights out back that don't distract from the overall look. This is one of those cars where the body does the talking and it really works.
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    It's got the hot rod look outside but inside it's almost a luxury car. Nicely finished in low-key gray upholstery, the low-back buckets are comfortable enough even for six-footers, which wasn't the case with a stock '32. A tilt column surely fits well into the subtle interior and amenities include cold A/C, power windows, and genuine leather seating surfaces so it's all day comfortable. Nicely fitted carpets and custom door panels give it a very polished look inside and white-faced Dolphin gauges are a great look on the white dash. There's also a Grant GT steering wheel on a dropped column support, so it's at the right level and doesn't feel like a school bus as is the case with a lot of other rods. There's a bit of leftover room in the trunk around the custom enclosure for the fuel cell and battery, and it's all been neatly finished.
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    A 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 provides reliable power for this Ford, fed by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and dressed in shiny billet aluminum. The monochromatic engine bay is kind of minimalist, but that's the whole point of a hi-boy, isn't it? Block-hugging headers feed a custom dual exhaust system with the right sound and there's rack-and-pinion steering up front, which is a big upgrade over the usual ancient steering box. The chassis is by Chassis Engineering, so it rides great and tracks straight. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission is linked to a custom 9-inch Ford rear end which hangs on a custom 4-link setup with coil-over shocks. The traditional big-n-little combination spins on Torque Thrust wheels and BFGoodrich radials all around.
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    With just 768 shake-down miles since it was completed, this Ford is very fresh and brings a slightly different twist to the familiar '32 Ford hi-boy. It's not subtle, but it is tasteful and there's a lot to be said for that. Call today!

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  • Now before you look at the price, it's important to realize that this is...

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    Now before you look at the price, it's important to realize that this is unquestionably the nicest 1965 Mustang coupe we've ever seen. Hundreds of these cars have passed through our showroom and none could measure up to this incredible black pro-touring build. Better yet, it's 100% original sheetmetal, carries its original 289, and comes from single family ownership. Yeah, it's got pedigree, too.
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    The goal was to build a car that would stop people in their tracks, and this incredible coupe nails it. Black paint was planned from the beginning, so that factory sheetmetal was massaged and smoothed to be worth of the lustrous 2-stage urethane finish that leaves nothing to the imagination. Body mods are minimal but have a huge impact on the overall look. Up front there's a Shelby GT350-R style bumper with center opening, there's a modest hood scoop, and in back, a subtle lip spoiler was added and a custom roll pan fabricated. The Mustang DNA is unmistakable, but the workmanship that went into the build is nothing short of amazing. Badges were shaved and a Shelby-style grille was installed up front, and a body-colored bumper in back helps give it a muscular look. Heck, this might not just be the best Mustang coupe we've ever seen, but perhaps the finest black car we've ever featured.
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    The interior is equally astounding, lined in tobacco-colored leather that offers a passing nod to the original but steps it up by several orders of magnitude. Stitched together at a cost of over $10,000, the leather wraps around well-bolstered bucket seats and a custom center console, making this vintage pony feel a lot less, well, vintage. The original dash was reworked with a matching dash pad and a full array of silver-faced Haneline gauges that cost more than $1500 all by themselves. There's leather everywhere your fingers go, from the steering wheel to the custom door panels and even the lower dash was painted to match. That chrome shifter is linked to a World Class T5 5-speed manual gearbox and a powerful A/C system is part of the deal. Even the trunk is finished more like a Mercedes-Benz than a lowly Ford, with fitted carpets and custom side panels; heck, even the fuel filler neck is upholstered!
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    The fully dressed 289 cubic inch engine is believed to be the original engine, and with single family ownership, there's no reason to doubt it. Fully rebuilt and dressed for show, the trick small block has a thoroughly modern look within that satin black engine bay. A Cobra dress-up kit lends a traditional hi-po look, and anything that was aluminum was given a satin treatment that looks great against the black paint. Polished accessories dress up the front of the engine and all the wiring was neatly hidden out of sight. The suspension is fortified with fat sway bars and rack-and-pinion steering up front and the 9-inch rear hangs on leaf springs with Shelby-style traction bars. 3.89 gears on a Track-Lok limited slip aren't a problem thanks to the 5-speed's towering overdrive and the dual exhaust system has a great sound that's even pleasant on the highway. 4-wheel disc brakes fix one of the Mustang's most notable deficiencies and gorgeous Torque Thrust style wheels wear staggered 215/45/17 front and 245/45/18 rear performance radials.
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    This is a seriously impressive car in every sense of the word. Fast, comfortable, and downright gorgeous to look at, it's the resto-mod Mustang that can do it all. Call now!

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  • We see a lot of pretty cool pickups, but this 1953 Chevy 3100 might be...

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    We see a lot of pretty cool pickups, but this 1953 Chevy 3100 might be the most elegant we've ever featured. And it's more than just pretty, because there's an LS1 powerplant underneath, a leather-lined interior, and a well-designed chassis that's built for the road.
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    This truck has already earned its share of kudos and shows just 63 miles on the build, with most of those probably coming while it was driving on and off the trailer. This show-worthy hauler started as a 5-window pickup and was stripped bare and fully rebuilt using old-fashioned hot-rodding tricks and exceptional craftsmanship. Most notable is, of course, the paint job, which offers a black-and-tan combination separated by a red pinstripe to make this blue-collar pickup look at home on Rodeo Drive. The door handles and some of the trim was shaved, but they kept the trademark grille and cool emblem on the nose, while the bed got a full makeover that includes a fresh wood floor, a custom tailgate, and faired-in taillights that look suitably old-fashioned. The overall workmanship is quite impressive, with a great gloss and smooth finish everywhere you look, and you'll be proud to show it off.
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    Gray leather buckets from a modern Camaro are a nice fit in the 3100 cab, and anchor an interior that is just as subtle and expertly done as the bodywork. New black carpets match the custom-made door panels, and while the seats are wearing factory leather, they're in fantastic condition. Upgrades include a tilt column, A/C discreetly stashed under the instrument panel, power windows, and remote door poppers, all of which bring this vintage pickup into the 21st century. The original dash was painted to match the body and it really brightens up the cab, particularly with bright chrome on the central grille and glove box lid. Custom gauges with neat old-school fonts really work well in the factory holes and with a late-model Chevrolet steering wheel, it keeps a very OEM feel inside.
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    For powering your rod, it's pretty hard to beat a late-model LS1 V8. The all-aluminum powerplant was liberated from a 2000 Camaro Z/28, and thanks to a cable-operated throttle body, the swap is pretty straightforward. Red Z06 coil covers dress up the otherwise all-black engine bay, and the potent V8 is a neat fit in the pickup's engine bay, so service access is still pretty good. The front subframe is also Camaro-based and brings power rack-and-pinion steering and power front disc brakes with it and a TCI engine and transmission harness was used to get the LS1 and 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission talking to each other properly. A custom exhaust system uses catalysts and glasspack-style mufflers for a mellow sound and exits just ahead of the rear wheels. A 10-bolt rear end with 3.23 gears inside means this truck is a superlative highway cruiser that'll just eat up miles of asphalt without wearing you out and thanks to the chassis upgrades, it rides rather well for a pickup. Big Torque Thrust style wheels are a great choice on a retro-rod like this and carry 245/45/17 Goodyear rubber that fills the fenders perfectly.
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    Beautifully built and ready to cruise, this truck is ready to start collecting trophies or hammering the highways, both of which it does equally well. Call today!

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  • There's no doubt, first generation Camaros are some of the most popular...

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    There's no doubt, first generation Camaros are some of the most popular cars in the muscle/collector car hobby. When you look at this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro it's easy to see why. They have broad, muscular looks that capture the spirit of Americana and an attitude about them that prove why the muscle car movement enjoys strong momentum, even to this day.
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    Few colors make a better statement than red, and when it's laying on the sheet metal of a Camaro it will certainly turn heads. The red paint on this '68 is accented with white stripes. It's a finish that will make you want to put this car on the road and enjoy it without worries. Who needs a show field when you have a car that is this fun to drive? Everything else appears as it should without any modifications and all of the badges are present. There are chrome bumpers at the front and rear and a decklid spoiler out back to highlight the sporty look. That muscular stance sits on 15'' rally wheels wrapped in Cooper Cobra Radial GT rubber.
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    When you open the doors you are greeted by blue accent lighting that shines on the glossy black vinyl. The low back buckets and rear bench are covered in pleated vinyl and it all appears rip-free. The dash houses an AM/FM/CD head unit as well as a column mounted tachometer and a couple of aftermarket auxiliary gauges to monitor the water temperature and oil pressure for the small block under the hood. If you're an Alabama fan, you'll be pleased to see rubber 'Alabama' branded floor mats keeping the black carpet from getting dirty. Should you be a fan of another team then they are always a simple replacement. Everything else appears as it should for a '68 Camaro with a classy three-spoke wood grain steering wheel topping things off.
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    Lift the hood on this Chevy and you'll find a 350 cubic inch V8 that looks right at home sitting between the black inner fenders. It's been upgraded with a chrome air cleaner that feeds a Holley 600cfm carburetor, while exhaust gasses are sent through Hooker headers out a dual exhaust system that produces an iconic muscle car sound. The engine has undergone a re-wire with electronic ignition, and many of the other ancillary components have been upgraded or replaced so you should be confident in reliable cruising with this one. The small block power is fed to an automatic transmission that twists the power to a 10 bolt rear end packed with 3.55 gears. Power steering and power brakes with discs up front make driving this pony car a pleasure with the power being planted through 215/65/15 front and 245/60/15 rear tires.
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    This '68 Camaro presents and excellent opportunity to own an iconic muscle car at a bargain price. Cars like this are a perfect way to enjoy the hobby. You can drive it on the road without worries and still receive complements at the local cruise spots. Now is a great time to lock in a great driver at a great price. Call today!

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  • This 1980 Datsun 280ZX has just 20,540 original miles. Think about that:...

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    This 1980 Datsun 280ZX has just 20,540 original miles. Think about that: someone bought themselves a brand new, top-of-the-line sports car, and then barely drove it. As a result, however, you can own a really exceptional Z-car with legitimate survivor status.
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    There's no question that's original blue paint on the sleek surfaces of this 280ZX, and it still looks great. In today's collector car world, the very best survivors aren't cars that were simply stashed away and forgotten, but rather cars just like this that have always had caring owners that kept them in top condition without being afraid to use them once in a while. As a result, it still looks great but may show a few bumps and bruises that come with age and use, and there's no sin in that. But overall, this car looks pretty darned good. The paint has that soft gloss that was typical of Japanese cars of the period and the fit of the bodywork is typically high quality. A white pinstripe highlights the kick-up behind the door and even the black rubber bumpers haven't been baked into a chalky gray mess by the sun. No, there's no question this car has always been someone's favorite.
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    The matching blue and gray interior has a bit of 1980s styling to it, but man, you can't argue with how well-preserved it is! The high-back buckets make it a legitimate 2-seater, and the grippy cloth upholstery is a good idea in a car that encourages spirited driving. There are a lot of gauges, including the Z's traditional trio of auxiliary dials in the center of the dash, and they're all working as intended with typical Japanese precision. As Datsun's top-of-the-line model, just about everything was included and this car offers features like A/C (still blows cold!), cruise control, and power windows, making it a fine grand tourer even today. The radio is an AM/FM head unit that still sounds decent, and just about the only piece in here that isn't OEM is the headliner, which was recently replaced. Everything else is bright blue and very nicely preserved, including the trunk area which includes tie-downs for the removable T-tops.
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    By 1980, the Z's engine had fuel injection for its 2.8 liters, making it turbine smooth and impressively torquey. It looks like there's a lot going on under the hood, but the SOHC inline-six is easy to spot and makes a wonderful baritone wail that's a big part of the early Z-car's allure. Again, thanks to the low mileage, this engine bay is in outstanding condition with factory equipment throughout. That means no questionable repairs or home-made remedies, just OEM engineering and finishes to make it look and run its best. A professional detail would make it show-ready, and even as it sits it runs and drives beautifully. All the factory stickers and markings are there and the stuff you see smeared on top of the shock towers was put there by the factory; another important detail that future restorers would like you to preserver. The 3-speed automatic transmission is a willing partner and perhaps a better match for the grand touring mission for which the 280ZX was built, and the all-independent suspension remains agile when you need it and comfortable when you don't. There are also 4-wheel disc brakes and attractive unmarked alloys with 195/65/14 BFGoodrich radials all around.
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    These are really fun cars and while their day will surely come, take advantage of this opportunity to get an incredible survivor at a bargain price. Call today!

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  • You could probably argue that the Allante was Cadillac's turning point,...

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    You could probably argue that the Allante was Cadillac's turning point, the movement when they finally got serious about returning to "the Standard of the World." This 1987 Allante is now a great starter collectable that's a far better car than most folks give it credit for being. A torquey V8, a chiseled Italian body, and sumptuous leather interior make it one of the biggest bangs for the buck in top-down motoring.
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    Silver is a great choice on the angular Cadillac bodywork, looking high-tech and elegant, which was exactly the image Cadillac wished to convey with the Allante. It was insanely expensive to build, as they would ship the chassis to Italy to have the bodywork fitted by Pininfarina and then shipped back for finishing, all on specially-built 747s. Crazy, right? But the result is still a very good-looking car that has aged quite well and doesn't look dated today. Fit and finish are very good, particularly considering the time in which it was built, and with just 31,829 original miles, it's obviously been a favorite toy and not a daily driver. The paint is completely original, and aside from some thin spots on the pinstripes where it's just been polished a little too much, it's in good shape. Even the headlight lenses are clear. Red accents look especially good against the silver paint and the third brake light is cleverly integrated into the trunk lock.
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    The burgundy leather interior is sumptuous and inviting, and those deep bucket seats are every bit as comfortable as they look. The leather is beautifully preserved and shows just a bit of age, which only seems to make it more attractive. The early cars used softer leather than the later cars, and it suits a car that was quite expensive when it was new. The cool electro-luminescent gauges are fully functional, which is a rare find in these cars, and all the various functions on the center stack work like they should. The climate control is cold, the stereo sounds good, and it includes just about every feature Cadillac could imagine in 1987. Heck, it even reminds you to turn on your headlights! You should probably read the manual before attempting to fold the top, but once you master the process it's easy and the black canvas is in very good condition. This car also includes a factory hardtop, which is a fairly valuable piece all by itself, and the trunk is in excellent condition.
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    Cadillac's reliable, torquey 4.1 liter V8 was the only engine available in 1987, and it moves the roadster with a wonderful sound and an energetic attitude. The engine bay is quite tidy and clean, and Cadillac was obviously showing off a bit with the long-runner intake manifold and flashy valve cover. It's all stock, of course, and thanks to a recent service that included the A/C system, it runs and drives like a Cadillac should. The 4-speed automatic transmission is quick to grab a lower gear when you're running hard and the suspension is supple without being luxury car clumsy. 4-wheel discs with ABS were standard and live behind unscuffed factory alloy wheels which wear 225/60/15 Michelin radials.
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    Documented with the original window sticker and manuals, this is a great future collectable with a neat place in Cadillac history. The guys who collect these cars are very passionate about them, and you'll find it's a lot of fun to drive. Call today!

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  • If you’re a Trans Am enthusiast, the 1989 Turbo Trans Am pace car really...

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    If you’re a Trans Am enthusiast, the 1989 Turbo Trans Am pace car really is the one to own. It’s still the fastest-accelerating T/A ever built, and this one, with just over 30,000 original miles, is one of the cleanest, most documented examples available anywhere. Cool, fast, and rare? Where do I sign up?
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    This might be the most subtle GM pace car ever built, but the off-white Trans Am rocks the horsepower, and that’s really all that matters. Heck, they probably tried to downplay that they stuffed the Buick Grand National’s turbocharged powerplant into a car that could actually handle and brake properly, so white was the logical choice. The third-generation F-bodies were pretty good looking cars, particularly the Trans Am, and all the unique styling aspects are extremely well-preserved, including the ground effects and rear spoiler, which always had a tendency to crack. The paint is as good as you could expect on the showroom floor, thanks to a lifetime as a cherished collectors’ item, and this is one of the few that actually proudly wears its original pace car decals. Functional vents on the hood and a subtle TURBO badge on the front fenders are your only tipoff that this is a special car, but thanks to the careful preservation, you can go out and demonstrate its abilities without worries. There aren’t many nicer than this anywhere.
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    A tan leather interior was actually an optional upgrade on these cars, which came with tan cloth as standard equipment. The deeply bolstered buckets are still incredibly comfortable even after 25 years and show minimal wear and tear, again attributable to owners who understood that this is an important car. The aforementioned leather interior and T-tops were the only options, so things like power windows and locks, A/C, cruise control, and a powerful AM/FM/cassette stereo were all standard. In typical Pontiac fashion, there are seemingly thousands of buttons on the dash and steering wheel, but you’ll get a feel for them quickly enough and it all works properly; even the A/C is nice and cold. A small boost gauge was integrated into the Trans Am’s standard instrument panel, but everything else should be familiar to fans of the marque. The trunk is like new and outfitted with original bags for the T-tops, because this car has every available option.
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    The real reason these cars are special is under the hood: Buick’s stunning 3.8 liter turbocharged V6. Pontiac rated it at 250 horsepower to keep from stepping on Corvette’s toes, but the GM factory dyno rang up 301 horsepower on a pretty consistent basis. And as insanely easy as the turbo engine is to modify, this one remains completely stock and nicely preserved, right down to the plug wires. A 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and 1LE brake and suspension package make this a formidable car even when the roads start to twist, neatly remedying the Buick GN’s lone Achilles heel. You want a fast F-body, they don’t come much more wicked than this and that engine offers almost unlimited potential. As a multiple show winner, this one is completely stock and incredibly original, right down to the gold mesh-style alloy wheels, which wear 245/50/16 Goodyear GS-C tires, probably only the second set it’s ever worn.
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    Fully documented with the window sticker, special promotional items, maintenance records, PHS paperwork, and other important history, this is an investment-grade Turbo Trans Am that’s also completely amazing to drive. Call today!

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  • This truck has a 292 ‘Y Block’ V8 dubbed the 'Power King' when it was...

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    This truck has a 292 ‘Y Block’ V8 dubbed the 'Power King' when it was first sold. The truck also has a factory carb, 4-Speed Transmission, and a new ignition switch. A Chrysler front and rear axle with A-arms welded to the factory frame make up the suspension giving the truck better handling and a smoother ride down the road; Front Discs and Rear Drums also give the truck a more stable, modern feel. The truck has a tilt steering wheel/column, bench seat, and AM Radio.
    The truck has a very solid cab, it has a wood slat bed, aftermarket Cragar wheels, and lots of other custom touches.

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  • The GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS...

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    The GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS for purchase. The Impala SS was a muscle car in an era where none existed. From a mechanical standpoint, it used the Caprice 9C1 police package as its base and got most of its equipment that was previously only available to law enforcement & government agencies. This included a sport-tuned suspension with reinforced shocks & springs, a high-capacity reverse flow cooling system, larger four-wheel disc brakes, transmission cooler, dual exhaust, a higher output electrical system, and other alterations. The LT1 5.7L V8 was standard on the Impala SS paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. These full-size sedans are big and powerful!

    This 1996 Impala SS is a beast in excellent condition. It has been owned by the same family since new. Everything is stock on this car but the intake (original intake is included in the sale). It features the original engine & transmission, power windows, power seats, original CD player/radio, air conditioning, power steering, power driver’s seat, power side mirror, leather seats, and original wheels. This car is in great shape and runs really well. This car was recently fully serviced including new brakes and tires. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible for purchase. Although 1967 is still considered the first generation of the iconic Mustang line, the ’67 models were the first redesign growing the overall size, interior, and cargo space of the car. The size allowed for more power transitioning from pony car to thoroughbred racer.

    This is a 1967 Mustang Convertible originally delivered to Kenray Ford in Dallas, Texas and also spent a lot of time in Arkansas. It’s a great southern, well preserved Mustang that looks great in its original factory color Silver Frost paired with Black vinyl interior. It’s powered by the original 289ci V8 paired with the C-4 automatic transmission. It features power steering, factory air conditioning, black power convertible top, and bucket seats. Recent work to the air conditioning and new power top has everything working correctly. This is a great surviving Mustang convertible ready for top down motoring at its finest. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • The 442 name came from the fact that the cars had a Four Barrel...

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    The 442 name came from the fact that the cars had a Four Barrel Carburetor, a Four Speed Transmission, and Two (Dual) Exhausts. This Oldsmobile has a numbers matching 455ci engine, 4 barrel carb, a 4-Speed M21 transmission, and 3.42 rear end. This car has received a ground up restoration with original body/sheetmetal, original interior, and undercarriage. The car has a U21 Rocket Rally Pack, sport mirrors, sport steering wheel, power windows, AM Radio/8 Track, with rear speaker, Power Disc brakes, and FE2 Heavy-duty suspension. The car has lots of documentation including partial build sheet, original window sticker, and Protect-O-Plate. This car was one of the top Musclecars in 1970, don't miss your chance to own a beautiful, well documented 442 today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 King of the Road equipped with a 5.4L 600HP Supercharged V8 engine and a 6-speed manual transmission with Ford Racing short throw shifter & shifter ball. This car is finished in a gorgeous Gloss Black exterior color with black Shelby Racing stripe kit and Black leather interior.

    We do have the original KR certificate and the original stock supercharger. The supercharger currently on the car is an upgraded 600HP.

    This car is in super clean condition and comes well appointed including:

    + Shelby GT500KR pkg:

    - SVT tuned suspension

    - Ford Racing power upgrade pkg

    - Ford Racing front brake duct cooling kit

    - Ford Racing short throw shifter & shifter ball

    - 18" Forged Aluminum Shelby GT500KR wheels

    - Shelby GT500KR Carbon Fiber components

    - Shelby performance satin hood pins

    - Shelby GT500KR engine fluid caps

    - Shelby CSM numbered badges

    - Shelby GT500KR fender and grille emblems

    - Carrol Shelby signature headrests

    - Shelby Racing stripe kit

    + Shaker 1000 audio system

    + Ambient lighting

    + Light-toned cluster gauges w/ boost gauge

    + Brembo front brakes

    + Dual tuned stainless steel x-pipe exhaust

    + Sirius sat radio

    + Signed certificate of authenticity

    ...plus much more!!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder equipped with a 5.2L 550HP V10 engine and a 6-speed E-Gear (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a beautiful Bianco Monocerus (Gloss White) exterior color and Bi-Color Nero Perseus (Black) with Avorio Lilium (Ivory) full leather interior along with Q-Citura pattern stitching, Piano black interior trim package, and Ivory contrast stitching throughout.

    This Gallardo Spyder is in "like new" condition and comes well optioned including:

    + Pioneer premium sound (original Lamborghini audio unit included)

    + Rear camera

    + Homelink sys

    + Power adjust / heated seats

    + Branding pkg

    + Q-Citura pattern stitching

    + Bi-Color seat, door, and dash inserts

    + Piano black trim pkg

    + Sportive leather steering wheel

    + Shiny black painted Callisto wheels

    + Yellow calipers

    ...plus much more!!

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  • RARE OPPORTUNITY - This 2007 Porsche 911 997 GT3 has travelled a very...

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    RARE OPPORTUNITY - This 2007 Porsche 911 997 GT3 has travelled a very low 12500 km's and has Full Service History.

    Exhilarating performance from this 3.6 litre 305 kw engine which pushes out 0 - 100 in a reported 4.3 seconds.

    Complete with Carbon Fibre Seats, Roll Cage, New Tyres, Custom Car Cover this car is ready for your Sunday Cruises.
    Owned by a collector of exotic cars in Perth WA this vehicle has always been garages and meticulously kept.

    GEETEE2 number plate negotiable

    VIEWING IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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  • A lovely example throughout of one of these great skyline sports sedan...

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    A lovely example throughout of one of these great skyline sports sedan with 3.5L V6 engine and 5 speed automatic gearbox.

    Presented in metallic pearl white with full black leather interior complete with heated electric seats, reverse camera, premium sound system, steering mounted paddles, touchscreen computer system, individual climate control, keyless go with push start/stop, automatic lights and wipers, and privacy glass

    Presented in immaculate condition throughout

    Located in Perth, WA - we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warranty and Roadside Assistance all part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.

    Isn't it time to drive something different?

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  • JUST TRADED!

    Loads of desirable options including:

    - Bull Bar
    -...

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    JUST TRADED!

    Loads of desirable options including:

    - Bull Bar
    - Tow Bar
    - 18 inch alloy wheels
    - UHF Radio
    - Cruise Control
    - CD Player
    - Air Conditioning
    - Soft tonneau cover

    Great work ute ready to drive away! Offers accepted.

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  • Super rare 08 RS4 in superb original condition. 44900 miles. Well cared...

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    Super rare 08 RS4 in superb original condition. 44900 miles. Well cared for and adult driven from new. Never raced or abused. Car has clear protective covering on front and has protected the paint from damage. Custom exhaust but otherwise stock. Not much needs to be said about these cars. Drive one and experience it yourself!

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  • Very nice 1970 Coupe. No engine VIN as stamp pad was decked. Believed to...

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    Very nice 1970 Coupe. No engine VIN as stamp pad was decked. Believed to be an original LT1 as it has all of the parts that made and LT1 special. The hood, center console engine designation(which looks very original) are correct for an LT1 as is the tachometer, oil pressure gauge and rear differential. This car has a 350 in it that has high compression pistons and this thing thumps! The original color is 982 Donnybrooke Green with 400 black vinyl. It currently has black leather seat covers. The odometer shows 37817 miles. Hard to say if its original but the car has no rust in the areas that generally do such as the window frame lower section and the chassis near the rear kickup area. To sum it up this is a great car that may ultimately have collectable value. Right now its a great driver for much less than a documented red 70 LT1 that is this nice!

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  • 1969 Jaguar XKE 2 + 21969 Jaguar XKE 2 + 2, Series II, matching numbers,...

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    1969 Jaguar XKE 2 + 21969 Jaguar XKE 2 + 2, Series II, matching numbers, burgundy with tan interior, automatic, a/c, and wire wheels. Very presentable car needing only minor cosmetics 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.

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  • 1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster Series 11966 Jaguar XKE Roadster Series 1,...

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    1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster Series 11966 Jaguar XKE Roadster Series 1, matching numbers, Old English white with black interior, toggle switches, triple SUs and covered headlights. Same owner for many years, comes with a heritage certificate, early e-types are getting harder and harder to find, excellent original car at a great price. For $69,500If 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.

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  • ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS 1967 CHEVELLE SS 396...

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    ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS 1967 CHEVELLE SS 396 CONVERTIBLE PRO-STREET SHOW CAR OFFERED FOR THE FIRST TIME IS THIS FORMER SUPER CHEVY GOLD CLASS WINNING 67 CHEVELLE SS396 CONVERTIBLE PRO-STREET.CHECK IT OUT !! THIS CAR WAS BUILT IN EARLY 2000 FOR THE SUPER CHEVY AND ISCA SHOW CAR CIRCUIT. WE WERE TOLD THAT IT WON MULTIPLE SHOWS AND WAS DRIVEN TO AND FROM MOST OF THEM.ONCE RETIRED FROM THE SHOW CAR CIRCUIT SHE WAS STORED AWAY IN A MUSEUM LIKE SETTING UNTIL NOW. THIS CAR WAS PROFESSIONALLY DONETHE BODY IS STRAIGHT AND CLEAN AND ITS TUXEDO BLACK PAINT IS OUTSTANDING !! IT HAS A MIRROR LIKE FINISH WITH A DEEP LUSTER AND SHINE !! ALL THE CHROMETRIM AND WEATHERSTRIPPING LOOK NEW AS WELL AS THE BLACK CONVERTIBLE TOP AND PLASTIC BACK WINDOW AND BOOT. THE FACTORY WHITE BUCKET SEAT INTERIOR IS ALSO IN LIKE NEW CONDITION. IT HAS ITS ORIGINAL CENTER CONSOLE WITH A B&amp;M 1/4 STICK SHIFTER PADDED 6 POINT ROLLBAR WITH DRIVER AND PASSENGER SWING OUTS AND A FULL BACK SEAT !! VERY NICE !! THE ENGINE IS A BLOWN 427 C.I. BIG BLOCK BUILT BY BIG ALS TOY BOX SO YOU KNOW IT HAS THE BEST INTERNALS AND BUILT RIGHT !! IT IS BACKED BY A TH-400 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AND A 9FORD REAR WITH 3:90 GEARS.OTHER FEATURES INCLUDE FACTORY POWER WINDOWSFACTORY HEADRESTS {RARE}ORIGINAL DASH CLUSTER WITH GAUGESPOWER DISC BRAKES4 LINK SUSPENSION WITH ADJUSTABLE COILOVER SHOCKS WELD WHEELSSTEREO WITH REMOTE CD CHANGER A HUGE POLISHED ALUMINUM B-COOL RADIATOR W/DUAL ELECTRIC FANS AND A WHOLE LOT OF CHROME AND POLISHED GOODIES UNDER THE HOOD !! THIS CAR IS INCREDIBLE !! SHE HAS THAT SHOW CAR LOOK RUNS SUPER STRONG OFF PUMP GAS AND DRIVES LIKE A DREAM !! THIS IS THE ONE !! DONT MISS IT !!

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  • ok body dented fender hood good frame underside buckit seats...

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    ok body dented fender hood good frame underside buckit seats console runs drives good shipping avl 85000 miles org owner

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  • 1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD 312 CU.IN V8/AUTO NUMBER MATCHING RARE COLOR ...

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    1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD 312 CU.IN V8/AUTO NUMBER MATCHING RARE COLOR YEAR: 1956 MAKE: FORD MODEL: THUNDERBIRD BODY: ROADSTER COLOR: THUNDERBIRD GRAY (LATE INTRODUCTION), WHITE SOFT TOP, GRAY HARD TOP TRIM: BLACK/ WHITE ENGINE: 312 C.I. 4 BBL TRANSMISSION: FORD-O-MATIC REAR: 3.31 RATIO MILES: 88864 SERIAL #: P6FH202152 OPTIONS * CONTINENTAL KIT * POWER STEERING * POWER SEAT * POWER WINDOWS * WIRE WHEELS * HARDTOP * SOFT TOP SERIAL # BREAKDOWN (P) - 312 4V FORDOMATIC (6) - 1956 (F) - DEARBORN (H) - THUNDERBIRD (202152) - CONSECUTIVE UNIT # TRIM TAG (40A) - THUNDERBIRD (T) - SILVER GRAY (THUNDERBIRD GRAY) (XA) - BLACK/ WHITE INTERIOR (13A) - 13TH OF JANUARY (DN) - DENVER DSO (90) - SCHEDULED ITEM # ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, REAR ENGINE: 312 4BBL TRANS: FORDOMATIC REAR: 3.31 RATIO SUMMARY THIS NUMEROUS SHOW WINNING 1956 THUNDERBIRD IS A NUMBERS MATCHING VERY ORIGINAL CAR THAT WAS REBUILT LESS THAN 3000 MILES AGO. IT IS FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL THUNDERBIRD GRAY PAINT WHICH WAS A LATE PRODUCTION COLOR AND VERY RARE. WELL EQUIPPED WITH POWER STEERING, POWER SEAT, AND POWER WINDOWS IT HAS THE OPTIONS EVERYONE IS LOOKING FOR INCLUDING, A CONTINENTAL KIT, WIRE WHEELS AND BOTH A SOFT TOP AND A HARD TOP. LOOKING FOR A STRIKING CLASSIC THUNDERBIRD? THIS MAY JUST BE THE ONE. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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  • With great pleasure GR Auto Gallery presents this low mile, all original...

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    With great pleasure GR Auto Gallery presents this low mile, all original 1974 Plymouth Road Runner for consideration. The Plymouth Road Runner has etched its name into automotive history by offering no frills power, excellent styling and the signature name, character and “beep beep” horn Chrysler purchased the rights to from Warner Brothers.

    The 3 owner 1974 Plymouth Road Runner offered here was purchased new in Mankato, MN where it was used as a second vehicle, never driven in the snow, hardly has ever seen rain and has been garage kept for its entire existence. The car has been driven, according to the owner, just over 16000 miles since new and remains in quite outstanding original condition. The car retains its original 318 V8 motor, original Yellow Blaze paint and sheet-metal, original interior and comes highly optioned as follows: Light Package, Inside Hood Release, Hood Hold Down Pins, Dual Pointed Racing Mirrors, Interior Décor Package, Center Cushion with Fold Down Arm Rest, Canopy Vinyl Roof, Performance Hood Striping, Torque Flite Transmission, 271 Axle Ratio, Tinted Glass, Strato Ventilation, Master Music AM Radio, Sill Molding, Front and Rear Bumper Guards, Color Keyed Floormats, Cigar Lighter, Heavy Duty Shocks, Power Steering, Deluxe Steering Wheel, Chrome Styled Road Wheels, Undercoating and Hood Insulation, Locking Gas Cap, Electric Wipers with Washers, Exterior Décor Package, and Front Disc Brakes. The car also retains its original spare tire, original Jack and trunk liner.
    Documentation includes original Fendertag, owner history, two Broadcast sheets, original line card, original owners manual and original Consumer Information sheet.
    Mechanically, the car is an excellent driver and is ready to compete in any original class competition. Cars are only original once, this is a great opportunity to acquire the end of an era.

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

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  • Big block 454… it evokes images of rumbling engines and smokey burnouts....

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    Big block 454… it evokes images of rumbling engines and smokey burnouts. That’s what you’ll get with the legendary Chevy 454 big block motor. GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this Z15 optioned LS5 454 powered SS Chevelle. It is finished in its correct Burnt Orange exterior with optional RPO D88 white stripes and Sandalwood vinyl top and interior. It is also equipped with its factory M40 Turbo Hydra-Matic 3-speed and 12-bolt positraction rear end. This car came out of the Van Nuys, CA plant and is the 10,190th Chevelle manufactured for 1971.

    Additional options include the rare and desireable ZL2 cowl induction hood, RPO U14 gauges, rare RPO U35 in dash clock, aftermarket Pro-Comp RPM gauge, and SunPro temp, oil pressure, and volt gauges as real Z15 SS 454 cars did not have these gauges. It is also came equipped with power steering, power brakes, A/C (not currently present), front disc brakes, the Z15 SS 4-link suspension. Aftermarket upgrades include a larger cam, higher compression heads, Hooker heads, full exhaust with cut outs, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator to keep everything cool.

    With just under 81,000 believed original miles, this car is a blast to drive, it’s extremely comfortable, and performs like a LS5 454 Chevelle SS should. Do not miss this opportunity to own one of the rarest and most desirable Chevy muscle cars from the Chevelle family.

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

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  • You have just stumbled on one of the baddest bar hoppers you will ever...

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    You have just stumbled on one of the baddest bar hoppers you will ever come across. Built by Capone’s out Shelbyville, IN with a GS Motor Company 300mm hardtail frame this bobber just oozes cool. The stance is unmistakable with its 300mm rear tire, 21” front rim, peanut tank and springer front end. The heart of this beast is an Ultima 124” V twin connected to an Ultima 6 speed tranny via an Ultima 3.35” drag belt primary drive. Not only is it extremely powerful but it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Martin Brothers performance exhaust. With the right side drive tranny it is perfectly balanced and handles like a dream. Everything on the build is top of the line from the Ultima forward controls to the DNA rims, front end and brakes. It has a custom oil tank as well as a spring cushioned solo seat. The paint is Gunmetal Grey with subtle Silver flames and really pulls the whole build together nicely. If you were to try building a bike like this the parts alone would cost you over $25,000 and that doesn’t include any build time or paint work. With an estimated 5,000 miles since completion this bike is barely broke in and is priced to move. If you could see yourself cruising on this bad boy don’t wait until it’s too late to call! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396 Replica. It came out of the Norwood, OH plant and was originally finished in Ermine White with a black vinyl top and black vinyl interior but is now finished in a gorgeous and glossy red with a white nose stripe with its, believed to be, original black vinyl interior. It also has a little over 98,550 miles which is also believed to be original. It is the 34,144th Camaro ever built.

    This car originally came equipped with a 327ci V8 but it has since been replaced with a 396ci rated for 425hp matted to its correct M35 Powerglide transmission. It features a Howe aftermarket radiator with dual electric fans, billet pulleys, headers with a full exhaust that dumps before the axle, and MSD ignition. It also features some pro touring touches such as front discs brakes, power brakes, modern wheels and tires, and a B&M shifter. It is a real RPO Z22 coded RS car and also came with the following options: RPO Z23 interior group, A/C (although not present), custom strato bucket seats, tinted windshield, RPO D55 console, rear antenna, and rear speakers.

    This car looks and sounds like a big block 396ci Camaro should with a heavy duty rumble and noticeable, but non-obtrusive, cam lope. The Howe radiator with electric fans keeps this monster nice and cool so you don’t have to worry about any overheating. Get it in time to enjoy the rest of summer!

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

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