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  • 1970 cuda 383 b5 / white vinyl top 727 at slap stik orignal engine in...

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    1970 cuda 383 b5 / white vinyl top 727 at slap stik orignal engine in storage replaced with 520 stroker built by eric shelton (shelton racing) in Atlanta GA, new front suspension, A&A rmvb tranny, 3:91, yukon axles, power disc brakes, much more, its a real beast, 660 fwhp, 656 torque

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  • Streetside Classics is your Jeep CJ headquarters, and this 1983 CJ7 is...

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    Streetside Classics is your Jeep CJ headquarters, and this 1983 CJ7 is only the latest in a long line of fun 4x4s that are ready to get dirty and play. Bright red paint, a weatherproof interior with hardtop, and no radical modifications, this Jeep’s ready to go to work with you during the week and out on the trails on the weekend.
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    It’s probably not a surprise that the CJ7 is so popular today. Widely regarded as the last of the 4x4s that can directly trace their lineage back to WWII, it’s basic, tough, and tons of fun. Beautifully finished in bright red certainly helps with the sunny disposition and unlike so many of its peers, it hasn’t been modified for rock crawling or barn kept beyond recognition by the passing years. Instead, it’s a super clean, stock CJ with a lot of money recently invested in making it look and drive like new. Even when they were new, everyone kept their expectations low on the finish quality because sooner or later, you were going to be out in the brush tearing it up. That doesn’t seem to be the case with this repaint, however, which is deep and shiny and there’s lots of evidence that long hours were invested in prepping the body, because those flat body panels are super straight. No graphics or stripes, but pieces like the rubber fender flares and painted black bumpers add contrast that’s quite appealing. Mesh grilles over the headlights, parking lamps, and taillights give it some off-road credibility and the full-sized spare mounted out back looks cool. There’s a removable black hardtop and color-matched steel doors, perfect for making this Jeep a year-round source of transportation.
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    The back-to-basics interior has some nice upgrades, including fresh black bucket seats that are comfortable enough for long days in the sun. Matching black carpets add a big helping of civility and help control noise and heat, which is especially noticeable with the hardtop in place. The dash is matched to the bodywork and it sure looks like the whole thing was disassembled for paint, another sure sign of professional quality. The original instruments and control knobs are in the center of the dash, augmented by a pair of white-faced gauges hanging underneath monitoring temperature and fuel level. A Jensen AM/FM/cassette stereo provides decent sound through speakers protected in the dash, and an aftermarket center console is a practical addition with a nice pair of cup holders.
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    AMC’s anvil-reliable 258 cubic inch inline-six has been taking people into the wilds for decades and is one of the more effective powerplants ever devised for off-roading. Mostly stock, it offers an upgraded Weber carburetor that improves throttle response, but otherwise is pretty much as the factory intended. You’ll note that the alluring red paint extends under the hood and again, there are no masking lines or overspray on the major components, so you know the repaint was thorough. It starts easily with a characteristic Jeep rumble from the single tailpipe and with a 4-speed manual gearbox, it’s downright fun to drive, even on paved roads. The underside is in excellent shape with no big changes aside from some heavy-duty shocks, and again, it sure looks like it’s been someplace warm and dry its whole life. Standard steel wheels look almost new and wear 235/75/15 Goodyear Wrangler radials.
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    Haven’t you been watching all those folks have fun in their Jeeps long enough, it’s time to join the family. This one’s really nice AND really affordable. Call today!

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  • It took until 1972, but Chevy finally started putting engine codes in...

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    It took until 1972, but Chevy finally started putting engine codes in the VIN. As a result, we can say with confidence that this handsome 1972 Chevelle is a real-deal SS454 with its matching-numbers engine. If you thought all the muscle was dead by ’72, take another look because this is one impressive A-body.
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    Starting with the unusual (and correct) code 68 Midnight Bronze paint, you have the makings of a car that will get even jaded Chevy fans giving it a closer look. Many of them like the look of the later Chevelles with their single headlights and rounded fender lines, and dark colors like this emphasize the very stylish design. A cowl-induction hood is always welcome, particularly when it’s fully functional, and they wisely left off any additional stripes or decals to let the ultra-straight bodywork speak for itself. No, it’s not perfect, but between the gorgeous paint with just a bit of gold metallic buried in it and the subtle overall look, this is a car that does a lot with a little. The SS badges and blacked-out grille are authentic and original to the car, as all Chevelles with a W-code 454 also received the Z15 SS package option, making this one a legit piece of muscle car history. Bright chrome bumpers have just the right amount of shine to possibly be original, and a black vinyl top is an upscale addition with no issues underneath, no bubbling, and no wrinkles in the material. Someone did this Chevelle right.
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    The black interior was restored to original specs, including fresh seat covers, black carpets, and a new dash pad. The door panels may very well be original, giving you a good idea of how well-maintained this car is, and a full array of instruments, including a factory tach, gives it a look that’s appropriate for an SS model. Options include the center console with horseshoe shifter, factory A/C (converted to R134a refrigerant), as well as power steering and brakes. There is no radio, but that means that it’s ready for the entertainment system of your choice and with all the old cars running around with AM/FM/cassette units from the ‘80s, perhaps it’s just as well. The trunk is finished with a new mat and includes a matching fifth wheel and jack assembly.
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    Anything with 454 cubic inches under the hood was a legitimate threat in 1972. The LS5 454 has just seen a fresh rebuild of the original #'s matching block. Orange paint and chrome valve covers are to be expected in any big block Chevelle, and it seems that they resisted the urge to add a lot of performance equipment to the build and instead left it in factory configuration. A TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and a 12-bolt rear end were standard with the big block and it carries a stock-style dual exhaust system that sounds right. Classic SS wheels with charcoal gray centers give it a sophisticated look and are protected by recent Dunlop white-letter radials.
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    Interesting, documented, and highly unusual, this ’72 Chevelle SS rightfully deserves its place among the greats of the muscle car era. Call today!

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  • If you were to ask any of us here at Streetside Classics which car in...

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    If you were to ask any of us here at Streetside Classics which car in our showroom is the biggest bang for the buck, more than a few of us would say this 1967 Buick Wildcat. It’s one of those special GM executive cars with unique features, and following a fairly comprehensive freshening by Then & Now here in Atlanta, it’s just a fantastic piece of luxury muscle with all the right features.
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    There was nothing more dramatic on the road than the Buick Wildcat in 1967, with Buick’s trademark sweeping body lines and chiseled good looks. Thanks to a high-quality repaint in the original code 6G Gold Mist, it looks spectacular with a sophisticated air to it that only a Buick could wear. It’s two-stage urethane, so the shine is deep and clear and thanks to expert care since it was done, it shows only a few signs of use. Buick was big on drama, so there’s a deeply recessed grille, cool gills on the front fenders, and an impossibly sleek roofline wrapped in black vinyl that only makes the car look lower. The chrome and stainless trim is original, and given that this car has never left the Atlanta area, it’s no surprise that it’s in great shape. Sure, there’s a little patina to it, but there’s no part that stands out as too nice or too shabby to be on this car and since it’s original, you know it’s crisp and authentic.
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    The gold interior is where this particular executive made some changes, starting with the upholstery. Most Wildcats used cloth seats, but for some reason this fellow preferred color-matched gold vinyl, so that’s what went in. That’s the original upholstery, including the seats and door panels, and the preservation is astounding thanks to plastic seat covers in place since day one. The carpets and headliner were recently replaced, but again, nothing jumps out as too new or too old. The wide dash has lots of jewelry, including a wide band of bright metal trim to give the Wildcat a sophisticated air and yes, it does have factory A/C. For entertainment, there’s an AM/FM stereo radio with power antenna and if it’s road trips you enjoy, then the massive trunk will be an asset, especially with what appears to be the original trunk mat and a matching fifth wheel and tire.
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    Buick’s 430 cubic inch V8 was renowned for massive torque production, and with the rebuild a few years ago, it was given a few upgrades to make it even more impressive. The block was bored .030 over and filled with a balanced reciprocating assembly and a GS455 Stage 1 camshaft, while a fresh Holley 4-barrel lives under the original air cleaner. Bright Dante Red paint makes the engine look original and the list of new parts includes a starter, shocks, springs, and bushings, as well as a pair of electric fans up front to really keep it cool. The transmission is a 2004R 4-speed automatic overdrive, which combined with the 3.00 gears out back makes this an incredible highway cruiser that just loafs along with the big block barely breaking a sweat at supra-legal speeds. The dual exhaust burbles along happily at any speed and the handsome Buick road wheels are wrapped in right-sized 225/75/15 blackwall radials.
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    This is a beautifully finished car that is documented with its original build sheet, owner’s manual, restoration photos, and receipts and was restored by one of the best shops in town. An incredible value, this big Wildcat will definitely surprise you. Call today!

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  • This 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 is one of those cars that’s love at first...

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    This 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 is one of those cars that’s love at first sight. Classic colors, a thumping 390, and a fresh restoration add up to a fantastic piece of alternative Ford muscle with exactly the right attitude for those of you who have outgrown your Mustang fascination.
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    Ford used Wimbledon White on most of their factory hot rods and it always looks right on the biggest, baddest blue oval machines. With a high-quality frame-on restoration that’s only got test and tune miles on it, it looks stunning in our studio and even better outside in the sunlight. The Fairlane hardtop has a sleek look that’s complemented by the vertically-stacked headlights, making it look like it’s lunging forward even when it’s sitting still. The clean sheetmetal is in extremely good shape and thanks to professionals at work during the restoration, everything lines up very, very well. The finish is shiny the way only modern paints can be, and those massive rear quarter panels are laser-straight with crisp relief lines. Proper red GT stripes were added along the rocker panels and they add just the right amount of contrast to make the car look racy without being overbearing. Bright chrome bumpers were reinstalled, the stainless was polished, and Ford’s impressively ornate taillights give it a big car look.
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    The bright red interior is this Fairlane’s original color and it was also treated to a no-holds-barred restoration. It kept its factory-issued bench seat, which was wrapped in a new vinyl seat cover with correct vertical pleats and the rear seat was upholstered to match. Simple door panels with woodgrained inserts remind you that the Fairlane 500 was not an inexpensive car and they go well with the aftermarket wood-rimmed steering wheel. New carpets with matching floor mats, a fresh headliner, and nicely restored seat belts round out the list of soft parts that were replaced. The instrument panel covers the basics and it’s nice to see they resisted the urge to add aftermarket gauges which would have spoiled the clean look of the linear dash. Even the original AM radio still lives in the dash, making this car feel very much as it would have in 1966. The massive trunk has plenty of space and more creamy Wimbledon White paint, as well as a reproduction mat that fits well.
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    With 390 cubic inches under the hood, this car does more than just look fast. With seemingly endless reserves of big block torque, it takes a light touch on the accelerator to keep from turning the rear tires into expensive smoke. The engine bay is highly detailed and slightly modified, but there’s no mistaking the Ford DNA running through it. An open-element air cleaner is obviously not stock, but does wear a reproduction decal as a nod towards the purists. Ford Blue paint and chrome valve covers look fantastic against the satin black inner fenders and firewall, and there’s a shiny new aluminum radiator up front. It starts easily with a baritone blat from the twin tailpipes out back and given how clean it is underneath, it’s easy to see why a full tear-down was unnecessary. A rugged C6 3-speed automatic transmission feeds the usual heavy-duty Ford rear end and it rolls on classic styled steel wheels with 205/70/14 redline radials for the period-perfect look.
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    This car is a big deal for Ford fans and everyone who sees it will think it cost thousands more than it does. When you’re ready to take your muscle car to the next level, this is the way to do it. Call today!

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  • This is one for the collectors. A 1957 Ford Thunderbird that is a...

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    This is one for the collectors. A 1957 Ford Thunderbird that is a consistent show winner. Easily pulling scores in the mid 90's. An as close to mint condition cars as you'll find on the net as a very great price. Current in hands of its second owner who keeps it in a condition that few Sunday drivers could or would. It has approximately 87,000 original miles and is equipped with Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows and Seats. Factory tint windows and the non-port-holed Willow green hard top. The interior is all original except for seat covers, drop curtain, and carpet. The electrical wiring is all original but very well kept. The original rag top remains in fantastic shape. Still have original wheels and radio if you would care to replace the newer ones. Few cars of this era remain in the shape this one is and while reluctant to sell, money talks. Requires $56,000 to own or a trade of a comparable 1961 or 62 Corvette.

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  • 1962 Chevrolet Impala two door sport coupe. White, Red interior. 283...

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    1962 Chevrolet Impala two door sport coupe. White, Red interior. 283 V8 with 4 barrel carb, TH350 Automatic and 3:73 Posi Rear. Vintage Air, AM/FM with MP3 and aux input.

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  • THE CAR IS SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!1970 Chevelle SS. The car is totally...

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    THE CAR IS SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!1970 Chevelle SS. The car is totally restored and everything is new or rebuilt.
    The car is a rust free AZ car and has no patch panels.The body was stripped all
    the way down to the bare metal and painted using the highest quality PPG acrylic
    urethane. It has a super straight body with a ultra smooth, glossy and deep show
    quality paint that has to be seen, red with black ss stripes. The stripes were
    painted using exact factory dimension stencils. Functional cowl induction hood.
    The doors, latches and strikers were adjusted and the doors open and shut like
    new. The window mechanisms were also cleaned, equipped with new rollers,
    greased, properly adjusted and go up and down so smooth you can raise and lower
    the front windows with one finger, really. The hood hinges are not sloppy and
    the hood opens and shuts straight without wobbling. New highest quality
    weatherstripping and windowfelts. New black bucket seat interior with console.
    The seats were torn down to the bare frames, rebuilt, look perfect and are VERY
    comfortable. Original GM green letter tach and guage dash. The dash housing is
    also original GM. The 454 engine is not the original block but has been totally
    rebuilt. The rebuild included new 30 over pistons, resized GM connecting rods,
    high quality Clevite 77 and Childs and albert bearings and sealed power rings.
    new oil pump and properly clearanced ( 3/8 of an inch) and welded pickup. It
    has a Crane 272 cam which is comparable to the original LS-5 cam and a double
    roller timing chain. the cylinder heads have new OEM valve guides, a three angle
    competion valve job, and Herbert performance valve springs topped off with new
    reproduction chrome valve covers. The carburetor is rebuilt. The ditributor is
    blueprinted and recurved. The plug wires are new high quality 8 mm spiral core
    Taylor wires. New starter, water pump, fuel pump, radiator, belts and molded
    hoses. The engine is super smooth,runs real strong and doesn't leak.The
    transmission is a rebuilt close ratio Muncie 4 speed with a NEW Hurst
    competition plus shifter made to fit in the console like the original shifter
    and is perfectly adjusted and shifts smooth and precise. Original GM 621
    bellhousing. All new GM clutch fork, Z bar, clutch pushrods and the correct
    height pivot ball,(which optimizes the clutch linkage geometry and combined with
    all the new clutch linkage makes the clutch pedal easy to push down), Balanced
    driveshaft with new U-joints. It has all the standard F-41 suspension which
    includes power disc front brakes with new pads, wheel bearings, seals and turned
    OE rotors, big 1 1/8" front sway bar, original boxed rear control arms, rear
    sway bar, and rear frame reinforcements. Both sway bars were powder coated.The
    front suspension is completely rebuilt including bushings, ball joints, center
    link, tie rods and idler arm. The steering box is rebuilt and is super tight.
    The car drives so nice, tight and straight that on a good road you can take both
    of your hands off the steering wheel at 50 mph and it goes straight, I DO NOT
    RECOMMEND DOING THIS HOWEVER FOR OBVIOUS SAFETY REASONS !!!The 12 bolt rear axle
    is also completely rebuilt including the positraction unit and has 3.31 gears.
    Repainted and detailed factory SS wheels with new center caps and lugs. The
    underside has been cleaned and painted, and NOT undercoated. The gas tank is a
    new Spectra premium high quality tank, not a cheap Chinese one and has a new US
    made sending unit. There is You can view over 100 higher quality photos (that
    you can enlarge by clicking on them) by going to my photo library at
    www.photobucket.com/user/opapp/library/

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  • Did you ever expect to get a ’57 Chevy hardtop this nice for so little...

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    Did you ever expect to get a ’57 Chevy hardtop this nice for so little cash? The secret here is that it’s a 4-door, but with the way Chevy engineers cleverly hid the rear doors and used the same sleek pillarless hardtop design, it takes a second glance to spot it. This car also includes a new interior, gorgeous paint, and a smart-running small block to make it an incredible value.
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    The vivid candyapple red paint makes this vintage Chevy look fast even when it’s standing still, and you quickly forget that there are four doors cut into the body. Fit and finish are quite good and obviously someone didn’t care about spending a lot of money on a sedan and instead focused on getting it right. All four doors line up nicely, which is critical on a car like this with so much trim, and the sheetmetal underneath is in excellent condition. The paint is modern two-stage urethane with a bunch of metallic and pearl mixed in, but the net result is that every time this car stops people want to ask about it simply because it’s gorgeous. All the distinctive Bel Air trim was fully restored, including the quarter panel trim that blends into the door to visually lengthen the quarter panels. Fresh chrome on the bumpers, anodized gold emblems, and bright Chevy cloisonné emblems make it sparkle.
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    The handsome burgundy interior is entirely new and while not totally stock, it does have a ‘50s look to it. The front and rear seats feature trim-looking pleats, the door panels are simple, and new carpets give it a finished look. All the factory instruments are in excellent condition with clear markings and the original steering wheel was painted to match the body. The bright strip that runs through the center of the dash suggests that this was either a really clean original car or they did invest pretty heavily in the plating department, and there’s an AM/FM/cassette stereo in the center of the dash. Finish quality throughout is quite good and almost no signs of use, and it’s easy to see yourself with some friends or your family heading out in this good-looking car. Even the trunk is road-trip-ready with matching carpet and a full-sized spare tire.
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    Even the engine bay is dressed up in that beautify candyapple red pain, which covers the engine itself and gives it a somewhat custom look. The small block V8 wears stamped steel valve covers, a chrome air cleaner, and a 4-barrel carburetor, plus an upgraded alternator for reliability’s sake. There’s a 2-speed PowerGlide automatic transmission behind it and the factory-issued rear end with highway gears inside, so this is a fantastic cruiser. A dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers and custom chrome tips poking out from under the rear bumper gives it a great V8 sound and the clean chassis hasn’t been detailed for show but obviously didn’t come from the rust belt, either. Bright aluminum wheels add to the sedan’s hot rod demeanor and carry staggered 215/70/15 front and 225/70/15 rear General white-letter radials.
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    Take a closer look and the photos and you’ll see that there’s a lot more time and money tied up in this ’57 Bel Air than is reflected in the sticker price. If you like the looks of a ’57 hardtop, this is as affordable as they come. Call today!

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  • If there’s one car we can guarantee will be popular 10, 20, or 50 years...

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    If there’s one car we can guarantee will be popular 10, 20, or 50 years from now, it’s the 1940 Ford coupe. The original fat-fendered Ford, this flamed-out ’40 has a neat combination of traditional tricks and modern tech to make it a great show and go cruiser.
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    These cars are so popular that you can now buy entire brand-new steel 1940 Ford coupes, but we’re pleased to say this one was stamped and assembled in 1940 and tastefully modified about 10,000 miles ago. The unusual color combination takes traditional flames and gives them a more sophisticated look with handsome cream paint and burgundy licks on the front end. Those flames are painted on, not decals, and have fine blue tips to create a sense of heat as well as a cool effect. Of course, the list of body modifications is pretty lengthy, including a lot of shaved trim, including the door handles, a Vee’d windshield, and color-matched grille and headlight bezels. The running boards were restored and painted to match the body, giving the car a sleeker, lower look than if they’d been wrapped in rubber. Out back, the rear end features 1939 Ford teardrop taillights frenched into the rear fenders, as well as traditional pinstripes for an old school vibe. Finish quality is quite good all around, and though the car has been driven, someone has also given it the care it deserves along the way.
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    Tastefully refinished, the interior is an easy place to spend some time. Handsome burgundy tweed fabric was chosen because it’s comfortable and durable and the inverted color combination works extremely well. The dash was painted to match the body and laced with some more trick pinstripes, while the seats, door panels, and carpets were all custom made. A leather strip through the center gives it a unique look that will stand out among all the lesser rods, and there’s still a full-sized back seat for family or friends. All the usual upgrades are here, including A/C, power windows, and a tilt column with a billet banjo-style wheel wrapped in leather. A Sony AM/FM/CD stereo was cleverly hidden in the glove box so that there was no need to cut up the original dash, and new Dakota Digital instruments were installed just recently. The fully finished trunk offers more custom upholstery work with unique Ford script inside a Chevy bowtie.
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    That emblem is well-earned, however, thanks to a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 under the hood. With an .030 overbore, Edelbrock carb and intake, and long-tube headers, it’s certainly potent enough to earn those flames on the nose. The firewall was smoothed and you’ll note that the color scheme continues here, a neat detail. A few chrome dress-up pieces make it worthwhile to show off the engine bay, and service access is quite good. The front suspension is a Mustang II setup with disc brakes and rack-and-pinion steering, while out back an 8-inch Ford hangs on ladder bars. A custom dual exhaust system snakes through the frame to give this car great ground clearance, and it rides extremely well with modern shocks all around. Beautiful chrome Torque Thrusts glitter under the cream paint and carry staggered 225/50/16 front and 235/55/17 BFGoodrich radials.
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    Great rods never go out of style, and if you like them to be great to fun as well as good looking, this 1940 Ford certainly fits the description. Call today!

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  • Everybody loves the Ford Model A. Rugged, dependable, and fun to drive,...

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    Everybody loves the Ford Model A. Rugged, dependable, and fun to drive, cars like this 1931 tudor sedan are affordable entries into the hobby that teach you everything you need to know about the care of an old car. With stable values and excellent parts support, they’re the ideal starter collectable.
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    The bright Kelly green paint job gives this tudor sedan an upbeat demeanor that’s perfect for the Model A. It’s an older restoration that wasn’t intended to collect trophies but rather be a pleasant car to drive and look good doing it. In that regard, it succeeds quite well, with classic good looks and details that make 1930s cars so charming. The finish remains in very good condition with an appropriate shine, and the contrast with the correct black fenders (that’s the only way Model As came) looks period perfect. The doors fit well and the hood lines up nicely enough, and there’s no evidence that this was ever anything but a nice, complete car. Ford pioneered the use of stainless steel in 1930 (he called it “rustless steel”), so the radiator shell and other bright pieces look great and will continue to do so for years to come. The fabric top insert is part of the deal with early 1930s cars, and while it isn’t totally correct and shows some wear, it’s still doing its job of keeping the rain out.
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    The interior is far more luxurious and comfortable than you’d expect in an affordable Ford like this, with comfortable tweed cloth upholstery front and rear. The upholstery is in very good condition with minimal wear, the door panels include gathered map pockets and shiny hardware, and the simple instrument panel is joined by accessory temperature and oil pressure gauges underneath. A rubber floor mat was standard equipment for front seat passengers, but there are carpets in place today to help control noise and heat. You’ll find that it’s easy to master the 3-speed manual transmission, which needs a quick double-clutch between gears, and the big hard rubber steering wheel makes the unassisted (obviously) steering feel nimble. Controls are simple, with the headlight lever in the center of the wheel, spark advance on the left of the steering column and a hand throttle on the right, and that knob ahead of the passenger is the choke and fuel mixture control. And that’s it!
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    The engine is the same 200 cubic inch inline-four that powered all Fords from 1928 to 1931 (and beyond). With a long stroke, it makes impressive torque that gives the little Ford zippy performance around town and it’s happy to cruise at 45 MPH without complaint. The engine bay is very well detailed with fresh green paint on the block, a proper Zenith carburetor, and even the original distributor with flat copper leads lights the spark. It’s all quite rugged and simple enough to be serviced almost anywhere, and as I mentioned, parts are extremely easy to find. The suspension is buggy springs and live axles, but nobody can argue with the toughness of the Model A, and you’ll find that this one will serve you well with only routine maintenance. Recent 19-inch blackwalls look right on the cheerful Tacoma Cream wire wheels.
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    No collector should be without a Model A somewhere, and this is an affordable way to get started in the world’s greatest hobby. Call today!

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  • After doing this job for a few years, you definitely get a feel for old...

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    After doing this job for a few years, you definitely get a feel for old cars and the market. And with that in mind, we’re quite confident that this rare and very attractive 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Townsman station wagon won’t last very long on the showroom floor. The restoration was done in the mid-2000s, so it still looks great, and showing up in a wagon like this is always an event.
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    By 1954, most of the real wood woodies were gone, but that doesn’t mean that the look wasn’t still very much in fashion. I’ve been going to car shows since I was 4 years old, and I can’t recall seeing one of these…ever! The good news is that the restoration is holding up quite well, and it doesn’t look like this wagon needed major surgery to get back into shape. The steel is straight and all four doors fit well, and even the tailgate is in awesome shape. The wood areas aren’t really wood, of course, but they do use correct-looking Dy-Noc to create a fairly convincing woody look and the decals aren’t sun faded or peeling, so you know they were installed right and the car has been well-maintained since the restoration was finished. Surf Green is a favorite ‘50s color and looks great against the woodwork, delivering a period vibe that’s insanely appealing. Chrome and trim, and there’s a lot of it, was restored with the rest of the car and remains quite good overall; not perfect, but exactly right for the overall look of the car. This isn’t a trailer queen, this is your next road trip waiting to happen!
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    The interior keeps things stock with proper two-tone upholstery that matches the exterior. Wagons were getting more luxurious and remained the top-of-the-line models, even at Chevrolet, so they got handsome door panels, a full-appointed instrument panel, and plenty of options. This one features power windows for the front seat passengers, an AM radio, and even power steering, which was introduced in 1953. This car also retains all three rows of seats, which is quite rare as early owners would often remove the rearmost seat to increase storage capacity and it would be lost forever. There’s also carpet on the floors, which is appropriate in the Bel Air trim, and the rear cargo are is nicely finished with a durable vinyl material and lots of bright chrome trim.
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    The only engine available was Chevy’s bulletproof 235 cubic inch inline-six, but even with the wagon body behind it, performance is more than adequate. It was rebuilt to original specs when the rest of the car was restored, and it runs superbly, as they all do. Correctly detailed with corporate blue engine paint, reproduction ‘Blue Flame’ decals, and a proper air cleaner atop the 2-barrel carburetor, it remains a great choice for both economy and a vintage feel. It shows some signs of use, of course, but that only means it’s fully sorted and ready for your next road trip. It’s backed by an optional automatic transmission, so it really is very modern to drive and effortless around town, just as it should be. Modern wide whitewall radials have been fitted to the original wheels, which wear shiny stock-style hubcaps.
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    Examine this lovely Chevy carefully, then look at the price again, but don’t hesitate because there’s just no way this one is going to sit around. Call today!

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  • This 1951 Chevy “Jetback” coupe is one of those cars where the more you...

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    This 1951 Chevy “Jetback” coupe is one of those cars where the more you look, the more there is to see. Tastefully modified, it has a host of awesome features that were built right in at the factory, then tweaked to a higher standard when it was modified just a few years ago. Take your time with this one, because there’s a lot to see here.
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    GM’s fastback styling hit the market in 1941, spread quickly through all the divisions from Chevrolet to Cadillac, and then vanished just a decade later. The cars that were left, cars like this awesome little Chevy, were some of the most attractive cars of the period with forward-looking styling that looks good no matter what you do. The list of mods is pretty extensive on this one, from the shaved bodywork and frenched headlights to the trick taillights that actually come from a Kenworth. Other details like the simple grille and bumper, the unique wrap-around split windshield, and wrap-around rear bumper are OEM stuff. The paint is gorgeous Root Beer Brown with a pink pearl topcoat that gives it a sheen and depth and a hint of candy goodness inside when you see it out in the sunlight. Even in the studio you can see how the paint highlights the car’s graceful curve and although the bodywork is perfect, the overall look is spectacular. It’s got some signs of use, because, after all, this car has been driven and enjoyed, but after all – how could you resist, that’s what it’s built for.
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    This Chevy has definitely moved up in the world, because the interior is wrapped in sumptuous leather wrapped around Mercedes-Benz buckets. The commanding driving position is possible thanks to the fastback’s sleek roofline which doesn’t need to be chopped to look modern, and it goes without saying that the chairs themselves are supremely comfortable. The stock dashboard was treated to a two-tone makeover, complete with the original gauges still in place and an under-dash A/C unit for comfort that didn’t require cutting things apart. That pod in the center is the original clock, another cool touch that seems custom but isn’t, and there’s a fabricated center console with an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit built right in. The dark carpets anchor the interior and give it a substantial look, and the quality of the materials means that there’s minimal wear on any of the surfaces. There’s even a good-sized trunk under that sloping deck lid, fully upholstered in matching brown carpet.
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    The powertrain breaks no new ground, but a Chevy 350 in a Chevy makes a lot of sense, don’t you think? It’s neatly dressed with some chrome dress up and the engine bay is sensibly arranged for easy maintenance. Modern features like power brakes and a Mustang II independent front suspension make it feel quite modern on the road and the engine makes plenty of power. Backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic and a 10-bolt rear end, it’s incredibly reliable and the suspension modifications make it ride like a Cadillac. Twin Flowmasters give it just the right rumble that’s not annoying on the highway and it sits right with a bit of a ‘50s custom look. Sparkling Torque Thrust-style wheels stand out against the dark paint and carry staggered 205/55/16 front and 225/50/16 rear Toyo radials.
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    With a seamless blend between stock and modified, this wonderful 1951 Chevy is one of those rare rods that successfully blends great looks and daily driver practicality. Call today!

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  • Outrageous when it was new and even more so today, the early ‘60s...

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    Outrageous when it was new and even more so today, the early ‘60s Chryslers are now some of the most highly-sought cars of the period. Sleek, powerful, and dramatic, this Canadian-bred 1961 Chrysler Windsor still makes a bold statement more than fifty years later.
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    Wearing a very accurate rendition of its original Tuscan Beige paint, this incredible-looking Windsor has the kind of presence normally reserved for the Batmobile. The ‘50s were over, but fins were still in fashion, albeit somewhat restrained, and nobody did fins better than Virgil Exner. Adding in big grilles, diagonally stacked headlights, and a lot of surface details means that these big Chryslers stand out from their contemporaries and make everything else on the road look downright frumpy. The body was nicely restored and offers a very authentic-looking shine to the paint and super straight bodywork that’s critical on a car with as many creases and edges as this. There’s no sign of major issues or repairs in the usual areas, and despite spending its life in Ontario, it’s clear that this car has been well maintained its entire life. The chrome must have cost a fortune to restore, as all of it looks quite impressive, from the dramatic Z-shaped side trim to the insanely ornate taillights atop the fins.
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    The interior is just as stunning, with perhaps the most remarkable instrument panel we’ve ever seen. It seems that every single part in this car was designed by an artist to not only be functional but beautiful as well. The steering wheel is made from two different types of plastic and was surely restored with the rest of the car, while the cool brocade fabric is just as funky and interesting as the rest of the interior. There are no splits or tears in the upholstery and it shows very little wear, a testament to the quality of the restoration and the car it has received. The domed instrument cluster puts the auxiliary gauges in orbit around the steering column, while the controls for the pushbutton TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic are at your fingertips to the left. Engine-turned panels, a dash-mounted rear-view mirror, and the pleated dash pad all seem to have a European influence while the radio has the charisma of a ‘50s juke box. Replacement carpets are in good shape, the door panels are amazing pieces of sculpture, and, well, there’s simply nothing inside this car that isn’t interesting, beautifully made, and well-restored.
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    The 361 cubic inch V8 was the standard engine in the Windsor, but with a fat torque curve and a purring smooth idle, it’s every bit the luxury powerplant you’d expect. Nicely detailed with a correct heavy-duty air cleaner and corporate silver paint on the engine itself, it proves that even the engine bay was subject to the designers’ pens. Fully rebuilt, it starts easily and moves the Windsor with ease, cruising at modern highway speeds without apparent effort. It stays cool and the bulletproof TorqueFlite automatic goes about its business with a minimum of fuss. The undercarriage is very nicely detailed, with shiny mechanical components, including a new exhaust system, against flat black floors with just a dusting of undercoating. Full wheelcovers are stunning in their intricacy and are protected by reproduction 8.50-14 BFGoodrich Silvertown whitewall tires.
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    Complete with the original window sticker, reproduction owner’s manual, restoration receipts, and multiple trophies, this is an exceptional car that demands far more time and attention than we can give it here. Please come see it and be prepared to be impressed. Call today!

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  • The early Chevrolet Monte Carlos are already on a lot of collectors’...

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    The early Chevrolet Monte Carlos are already on a lot of collectors’ wish lists, and models like this 1977 example aren’t far behind. Big coupes were big money in the 1970s, and few could compete with the Monte Carlo’s combination of style and luxury. Nicely preserved with a few modest upgrades, this is a high-visibility ‘70s cruiser with a ton of charisma.
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    OK, first things first: the giant wheels didn’t require any modifications to fit, so if they’re not your cup of tea they’re easy to replace. But take a few moments to look at this Monte Carlo a little more closely and you’ll probably find that they work rather well, adding some flash to an otherwise subtle package. The misty silver-blue paint was sprayed not too long ago and looks appropriate on the car and might be close to the original light blue found on the 1977 Chevrolet color chart. The modern urethane has a great shine and they didn’t feel the need to add pinstripes or other add-on décor to make a point, instead letting the sweeping fenders and sleek roofline speak for themselves. And speaking of the roof, the vinyl landau roof is in very good condition and may very well be original to the car. Heavy chrome bumpers are also original and indicative of a car that’s lived someplace warm. It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty darned cool.
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    Cloth upholstery was an optional upgrade in 1977, and the two wide bench seats make this a legitimate 6-passenger car. It may seem anachronistic to us today, but back in the ‘70s, this was a personal-sized car. But all that space feels downright luxurious today with plenty of stretch-out room front and rear and combined with the plush ride and significant amounts of sound-deadening materials, it has that incomparable 1970s luxury car feel behind the wheel. The upholstery and door panels are in excellent condition and are almost certainly original, with what appear to be replacement carpets underfoot. The sporty-looking instrument panel has a woodgrained fascia that warms things up a bit and the car is optioned up with factory A/C, a tilt wheel, and an AM/FM stereo radio. The trunk needs a new mat to be fully complete, but the spare tire might very well be original and there is a complete jack assembly.
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    A 305 cubic inch Chevy small block V8 means that this Monte Carlo is an effortless cruiser with loads of potential. It’s quite stock under the hood, right down to the factory air cleaner, again indicative of a car that has been well-maintained all its life. It starts easily and settles into an almost imperceptible idle, and with an original-style single exhaust system, it’s hushed on the highway. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission spins a 10-bolt rear with towering gears, which combine with the tall tires to make this a superlative road trip car. Those wheels are 20-inch Pinnacle alloys that fit right and tuck under the fenders without rubbing and carry low-profile 245/40/20 radials all around.
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    A nice car that’s quite well preserved and not nearly as radical as it appears at first glance. If you like the second-generation Monte Carlo, you won’t find many this well preserved. Call today!

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  • ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS VERY RARE {1 OF 789 BUILT} AND...

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    ERICS MUSCLE CARS IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS VERY RARE {1 OF 789 BUILT} AND SHOW ROOM BEAUTIFUL 2002 CAMARO SS CONVERTIBLE 35th ANNIVERSARY EDITION!
    IT IS A 1 ADULT OWNED GARAGED KEPTPAMPERED &amp; BABIED 9235 ORIGINAL MILE CAR THAT IS DOCUMENTED BY ITS ORIGINAL TITLE WINDOW STICKERPURCHASE ORDEROWNERS &amp; MAINTENANCE MANUALSSERVICE &amp; GAS RECIEPTS.
    THIS CAR COME EQUIPPED WITH ALMOST EVERY KNOWN OPTION AVAILABLE :
    5.7 LITRE 325h.p. V-8 ENGINE w/AUTOMATIC OVERDRIVE TRANSMISSION
    POWER STEERINGPOWER WINDOWSPOWER DOOR LOCKSPOWER FOLDING CONVERTIBLE w/BOOTPOWER SEATSCRUISE CONTROL TILT WHEELREMOTE MIRRORSKEYLESS ENTRYTHEFT DETERANT SYSTEM17 ALUMINUM WHEELS wGOODYEAR F-1 TIRES12 DISC CD CHANGER AND BOSE STEREO SYSTEMSS PERFORMANCE &amp; APPEARANCE PACKAGE &amp; 35th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION PACKAGE.
    THIS CAR IS FLAWLESS AND SHOWS NEW !! NEW !! NEW !! IT EVEN STILL SMELLS NEW !!!
    ONE OF THE LOWEST MILEAGE 35th ANNIVERSAY EDITION SS CAMARO CONVERTIBLES IN THE COUNTRY !!! DONT MISS OUT !!! 24900.00

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  • Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this BEAUTIFUL 62 Impala! 1962...

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    Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this BEAUTIFUL 62 Impala! 1962 Chevy Impala solid rust-free floors straight body nice torch red paint 350/385hp GM performance crate engine with march front runner system Tremec 5 speed manual transmission Air Ride Technologies 4 corner air ride system tubular A arms power disc brakes with drill and slotted rotors performance power steering box polished aluminum radiator Vintage heat and air conditioning 17 American racing wheels car runs out great drive anywhere. See the walk-around video:

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  • This was the first year of the "Crown Victoria". A two-door six-seater...

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    This was the first year of the "Crown Victoria". A two-door six-seater coupe part of the Ford Fairlane range. It differed from the regular Victoria model (named after a type of carriage) by having a stainless steel band that 'crowned' the roof-line passing right over the car as an extension of the B-pillar line. This one is equipped with the optional 312-CID Thunderbird engine and optional 3-speed Speed Trigger Fordamatic transmission. It is in fantastic condition being as original as possible. The colors and qualities of both the exterior and interior demonstrate the craftsmanship dedicated to ensuring praise and envy for its owner. It comes equipped with the elegant spare carrier.

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  • A Black Beauty - this 1958 Chevy Impala. With a high gloss black paint...

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    A Black Beauty - this 1958 Chevy Impala. With a high gloss black paint and red tri-color interior it is a fine looking classic with 41,000 original mikes. It is The 348 engine purrs allowing a comfortable drive and ride. A Fantastic car worth the price and admiration of fine craftsmanship. Comes with power steering, power disk brakes and a very efficient air conditioner. Has low mileage and documentation since its birth and sale. A completely restored classic seeking a new home. Comes with documentation to include original dealer invoice, title, manual, and more.

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  • 1955 Mercury Custom project car for sale (Minnesota) - $5800
    Mileage...

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    1955 Mercury Custom project car for sale (Minnesota) - $5800
    Mileage unknown, original engine. Needs full restoration.
    4 door, 2 wheel drive, Blue exterior and interior. Automatic transmission, 8 cyl engine. Please call Nancy @ 651 247 6218 to discuss.
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  • 1964 Pontiac Gto Hard Top project car. - $6000
    Documentation, With...

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    1964 Pontiac Gto Hard Top project car. - $6000
    Documentation, With Title. Comes With A Rare 64 Gto Hood!! Included Is A 1968 400 Ci Engine, Yc Block, 15 Heads. (engine Needs Rebuilt) Two Bucket Seats, Rear Bench Seat, Power Steering, Bumpers, Grille, And Many Other Parts Needed To Restore. Have Saginaw 4 Speed, Or Powerglide. Frame Has Been Painted. Good Project, Needs Restored. 717-944-5999 Rich
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  • 1969 Z28 Camaro for sale (NORTH CAROLINA) - $139,990
    This is an ALL...

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    1969 Z28 Camaro for sale (NORTH CAROLINA) - $139,990
    This is an ALL ORIGINAL NOT RESTORED 1969 Z28 Camaro. I have never seen one in such Great shape. $139,990 Or Best offer. It has 37,741 Original Miles.The interior and EVERYTHING is ALL ORIGINAL FACTORY UN-RESTORED AND LOOKS AS IT WAS IN 1969!! EVEN HAS ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT AND ORIGINAL SPARE TIRE IN TRUNK!!! Never been redone or modified, Never been painted, Never had a bolt turned or replaced except for the hood and does not need to!! RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT!!!!!!! Has original 302 with factory Holley factory aluminum intake. Original 4speed transmission. Original mufflers. Everything works even still have to put it in reverse to get the key out. And buzzer under the hood when the door is open. Look these cars up! Its says 290hp on the factory breather but history has shown these cars to produce over 400 horsepower without any modification.Please only serious legitimate inquirers contact Keith at 910-610-7373, 910-521-1632.

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    J.R. is currently being restored.

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  • This awesome 1979 Trans Am, with its numbers matching W72 4-speed...

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    This awesome 1979 Trans Am, with its numbers matching W72 4-speed powertrain, long list of desirable options and full documentation, is the perfect investment for a savvy buyer who wants to stash back one of the hottest collector cars on the market, or a hardcore Pontiac fan who just wants a car that’ll provide years of fun! Assembled at GM’s Norwood, Ohio manufacturing facility in March of 1979, this highly optioned WS6 Trans Am was delivered to Dan Thomas Pontiac in Asheboro, North Carolina. Today, it’s an unrestored, exceptionally maintained second generation F-body which wears 100% original body panels that are as solid and straight as the day they left the showroom floor. Pop the car’s hood and you’ll find an original 400 cubic inch W72 Pontiac V8. Not only does that engine carry a correct 29N157311 partial VIN and a ’79 W72/4-speed exclusive PWH stamp, it is also branded with a November (K) 15th (15) of 1977 (7) casting date and the XX481988 casting number which is found exclusively on the beefier W72 castings. Behind the motor, an exclusive-to-the-W72 Borg Warner T10 close ratio manual transmission, which wears a correct 157311 partial VIN and a June 8th of 1978 build date, sends power to the cars original Posi-traction rear end which spins factory equipped 3.23 gears. As you can see from the build sheet this awesome Trans Am is equipped with Pontiac’s legendary WS6 performance suspension; and when combined with standard power steering, all that great hardware creates some pretty serious handling ability and greatly reduced stopping distances. At the corners of the car, correct aluminum Pontiac snow flake wheels spin beefy Goodyear Eagle GTII white letter tires. Swing open the cars infamously long doors and you’ll find a correct deluxe interior that looks fantastic and displays hardly any signs of wear at all. With its numbers matching, pure Pontiac powertrain and long list of options, this has to be one of the nicest ’79 Trans Ams available anywhere!

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  • For years RK Motors Charlotte has been your A12 headquarters, and we’ve...

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    For years RK Motors Charlotte has been your A12 headquarters, and we’ve showcased some of the finest examples in the world. The latest is this Performance Red 1969.5 Road Runner A12 that sports the original 440ci 6-bbl V8 and all the original sheetmetal. Given our history, when we say that this is one of the cleanest and most verified A12s we’ve ever featured, you know it has to be something very, very special. The A12 package was Chrysler’s very successful bid at creating a street legal platform for drag racers. Many of those drag racers preferred A12 ‘post cars’ because of their perceived extra rigidity and lighter weight. That meant most of these Mopar track warriors were beat on weekend after weekend and then retired to the unglamorous existence of field decoration and barn furniture. Naturally, finding a top-notch A12 is a pretty rare occurrence these days. This example still boasts all the original body panels, and has only be repainted once in a correct coat of Performance Red. Make good use of this Plymouth’s four hood pins and you’ll find the original 440 cubic inch V8. This thoroughly detailed big block is the kind of headstrong powerplant that’ll take its driver from ‘confident’ to ‘scared stiff’ in a matter of seconds! At the top of the 390 horsepower mill, a familiar trio of 2-barrel carburetors rides inside a fully-functional induction system that inhales just as well today as it did 44 years ago. The car’s chassis specs leave little question as to what its B-Body architecture was engineered to do best. Take a step under our lift and you’ll find a drag strip-proven bone structure that, based on quick visual inspection, has seen neither rain nor puddle. Behind the thumpin’ original Chrysler block, a tough A833 18-spline 4-speed twists a Dana 60 that’s equipped with big, 4.10 gears. If you’re in the market for some solid, investment grade muscle that’ll continue to build equity for years to come, this top notch Plymouth is exactly what you’ve been looking for! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Looking for a hot tri-five that’s every bit as cool and twice as classy...

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    Looking for a hot tri-five that’s every bit as cool and twice as classy as a ground-up street rod? Take a long look at this killer Bel Air! Infusing classic Chevrolet lines with striking PPG two-stage, this fantastic hardtop is the recent beneficiary of a high quality, frame-off restoration. That clean and glossy skin is stretched over a roster of fresh sheetmetal. After that metal was welded and sealed, the car made its permanent residence in 100% climate controlled storage. And today, it’s the kind of awesome custom that we all stare at, many of us fondly remember, and few of us have the opportunity to actually own! Motivation comes courtesy of a 6.0 liter LS2 V8 that pushes 507 dyno-proven horsepower to the car’s meaty rear wheels. Built to tear up the street and wow show goers alike, that fully-sorted small block employs a custom cam, 40lb. injectors, a polished Magnuson supercharger and a custom intercooler to create sharp throttle response and virtually instantaneous torque. A modern hydraulic clutch twists a proven Tremec T56 6-speed, which is hooked to a narrowed, C4-sourced Dana 44. Turns come courtesy of a rebuilt C4 suspension, which utilizes the aforementioned power steering and Air Ride Technologies shocks to mix quick reflexes with excellent road manners. Stops are provided by blue, 4-piston calipers, which clamp 12-inch, slotted rotors at all four corners. A coated Progressive Automotive frame perfectly complements solid, silver floors to ensure the car’s flipside matches its topside. And all that reliable hardware rides on a sweet set of Boze Speedsters, which spin 245/45ZR17 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs in front of 255/45ZR18 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs. With a high quality restoration that’s beyond reproach, and a custom color combination that creates a riot at shows, THIS is the kind of build you simply can’t touch for our asking price. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!

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  • 2013 427 Velocity Yellow Convertibe / Black Interior 5K Miles, One...

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    2013 427 Velocity Yellow Convertibe / Black Interior 5K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 1SC Equipment Package, Carbon Package, Black Cup Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 1966 CADILLAC DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE YEAR: 1966 MAKE: CADILLAC MODEL:...

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    1966 CADILLAC DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE YEAR: 1966 MAKE: CADILLAC MODEL: DEVILLE BODY: CONVERTIBLE COLOR: RED/WHITE TOP TRIM: WHITE ENGINE: V8 TRANS: AUTOMATIC REAR: STD MILES: 82,170 SERIAL #: F6247165 OPTIONS * AIR CONDITION * POWER STEERING * POWER BRAKES * POWER SEATS * POWER DOOR LOCKS * POWER TOP * REMOTE TRUNK * TILT/TELESCOPIC WHEEL SERIAL# BREAKDOWNF6247165 (F) - DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE (6) - 1966 (247165) - SEQUENCE # COWL TAG (66-68367) - 66 CADDY DEVILLE CONV. (FWD13867) - PLANT # (TR384) - GOLD (97/5) - FLORINTINE MIST/BROWN TOP COMMENTS THIS NICE 66 CADDY DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE WITH ALL LUXURY FEATURES WAS REPAINTED RED MIST, NEW TOP, NEW INTERIOR WITH PLASTIC STILL ON SEAT, NEW TIRES, NEW EXHAUST SYSTEM, FRONT BRAKES, AND RADIATOR REPAIR WAS JUST COMPLETED. ALL ELECTRICAL FEATURES WORK OTHER THAN CLOCK, CAR RIDES LIKE A DREAM AND WAS WELL MAINTAINED THRU THE YEARS. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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  • 1967 DODGE DART GT CONVERTIBLE 273-V8 4/SPEED FACTORY AIR YEAR:...

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    1967 DODGE DART GT CONVERTIBLE 273-V8 4/SPEED FACTORY AIR YEAR: 1967 MAKE: DODGE MODEL: DART GT BODY: CONVERTIBLE COLOR: RED/BLACK TOP TRIM: BLACK BUCKET ENGINE: 273 CID V8 TRANS: 4/SPEED REAR: STD MILES: 53,383 SERIAL #: P27D72328190 OPTIONS * GT PACKAGE * POWER STEERING * POWER BRAKES * POWER TOP * 4/SPEED * BUCKETS SEATS * CONSOLE * TACHOMETOR * REDLINE BIAS PLY TIRES * FULL WHEELS COVERS * AIR CONDITION SERIAL# BREAKDOWNP27D72328190 (P) - DART GT (27) - CONVERTIBLE (D) - 273CID (7) - ST LOUIS MO. PLANT (2328190) - SEQUENCE # BODY TAG (LP27) - DODGE DART CONVERTIBLE (31) - 273 CI.I 2BBL (5) - 3/SPEED AUTOMATIC (BUILD DATE) - MAY 3 (AXLE) - 2:94 TO 1 RATIO (PNT QQQ) - DARK RED METALLIC (TRIM PX4) - BLACK (R1) - AM RADIO (Y1) - BLACK CONV. (H7) - FENDER TURN SIGNAL (J4) - MOULDING BODY SILL (U1) - SOLD CAR RESTORATION THIS BEAUTIFUL 1967 DART GT CONVERTIBLE LIVED MOST OF IT'S LIFE IN FLORIDA. IT WAS RESTORED. NEW PAINT, NEW TOP, REDONE INTERIOR, NEW REDINE REDLINE TIRES. THE TRANS WAS CHANGED TO 4/SPEED, AND THE 273 CID V8 HAS A GREAT SOUND. EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD. THE UNDER CARRIAGE IS SOLID WITH NO RUST ISSUES. ONLY 1626 OF THESE DART GT CONVERTIBLES WERE PRODUCED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT AND COLOR THERE ARE PROBABLY NOT MANY OF THIS ONE. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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  • Black is beautiful| especially on an exquisitely restored 1963 Corvette...

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    Black is beautiful| especially on an exquisitely restored 1963 Corvette Roadster. These C2 Corvettes are among a few iconic classic American sports cars. This one has a matching #'s 327 engine and 4 speed manual transmission. The restoration was completed with no expense spared with close attention to the fine details. The results are phenomenal. This car looks fantastic from every angle. it runs and drives perfectly. No disappointment here. The black finish is amazing with tons of depth and shine. The interior is like new. The engine compartment is extra clean in the nooks and crannies. new top| new chrome| perfect glass. all decals| weather-stripping| grill| wheels| etc. flawless. picky buyers have no fear! She is ready to hit the car show the day she arrives. We ship| we finance| we trade. www.americanclassiccrsales.com 941-928-2339

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  • 2012 Grand Sport Crystal Red Coupe / Black Interior 15K Miles, One...

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    2012 Grand Sport Crystal Red Coupe / Black Interior 15K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Automatic, Navigation, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 2006 Monterey Red Coupe / Tan Interior 31K Miles, Perfect CarFax 3LT...

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    2006 Monterey Red Coupe / Tan Interior 31K Miles, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, 6 Speed Manual, Chrome Wheels, Z51 Suspension FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 2008 Black Convertible / Black Interior 23K Miles, One Owner, Perfect...

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    2008 Black Convertible / Black Interior 23K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Automatic Transmission, Z51Suspension, Polished Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 1971 Ford Torino GT for sale (FLORIDA) - $11,900
    Automatic rebuilt C6...

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    1971 Ford Torino GT for sale (FLORIDA) - $11,900
    Automatic rebuilt C6 transmission
    New rebuilt 351 Cleveland engine
    New interior
    New tires and wheels
    Chromed bumpers
    Paint and sheet metal needs to be redone
    Call Manuel @ 305-305-1688
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