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  • 1952 Studebaker Commander Starlight Coupe. Vary rare. Runs and drives...

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    1952 Studebaker Commander Starlight Coupe. Vary rare. Runs and drives great. V8, overdrive, low miles, grill guards, rebuilt carburetor.

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  • 1952 CHEVROLET BEL AIR, RUNS GREAT. BEAUTIFUL CAR! NO RUST. VALLEY...

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    1952 CHEVROLET BEL AIR, RUNS GREAT. BEAUTIFUL CAR! NO RUST. VALLEY CAR!!! CUSTOMIZED. NEW RED INTERIOR, HAS NEW PAID TAGS. GREAT FOR CRUSIN TO THE OLDIES. NICE CAR, WE LOVE IT,

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  • This 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has a 302 C.I. Ford V8 w/ 4BBL Carburetor,...

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    This 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has a 302 C.I. Ford V8 w/ 4BBL Carburetor, 5 Speed Tremec Transmission, Ford 9” Rear w/ 3.90:1 Ratio, Incredibly Straight Body, Custom Dark Green Paint, True Mach 1 Mustang, Rear Wing, Mach 1 Badging, 14” Magnum 500 Wheels w/ BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Ford Racing Valve Covers, Dual Sport Mirrors w/ Remote, Auto Meter 8K Tach, AM/FM/Tape Stereo, Seat Belts, Fold Down Back Seat, Painted Front Endura Bumper, Only 2,600 Miles on Restoration, Same Owner Since 1993, Laser Straight Body on This Original Mach 1 Mustang!

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  • Professionally restored and powered by a correct Chevrolet V8, this...

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    Professionally restored and powered by a correct Chevrolet V8, this impressive Impala SS is the kind of fully sorted cruiser that you can fire up, press the go pedal and road trip across the country in! Logging only weekend miles since its complete, rotisserie restoration, this top-of-the-line Chevy displays clean bodywork that simply glistens under our bright showroom lighting. A lot of time and effort was put in to making sure the car’s profile is extremely straight, which results in chiseled sheetmetal that’s completely wave-free. That time was well spent, as better-than-factory fit perfectly centers hinged pieces, which move freely and close with a solid thunk. And those thunks are bathed in bright Roman Red base that, thanks to a glossy layer of clear, reflects a flat, show worthy shine. Powering this impressive sports coupe is a correct, 327 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 that’s authenticated by a 3789817 casting number. That power flows through a correct Borg Warner 4-speed, which hangs a familiar T10-1C 3782212 casting number in front of a Universal Automotive driveshaft and factory-spec rear end. Holding that virtually unbreakable drivetrain off the ground is a restored double A-arm front and 3-link rear suspension. That suspension’s handling is greatly enhanced by factory power steering and big drum brakes. A proper reproduction exhaust system hugs the contours of the aforementioned X-frame. And all that old school Americana rolls on 14-inch steelies, which spin 215/70 Firestone FR380 whitewalls around patriotic Chevrolet wheel covers. Fully sorted and ready to roll, this awesome Super Sport is a wonderful classic to drive, enjoy and haul two or three of your coolest friends in. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • In addition to highly desirable aesthetics, this impressive 442 mixes an...

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    In addition to highly desirable aesthetics, this impressive 442 mixes an all-Oldsmobile drivetrain with a thorough, ground-up restoration that was completed in June of 2015. If you’re looking for an exclusive muscle car that’s live, loaded and ready to launch, strap yourself in to this big block rocket! During its recently completed restoration, this authentic 442 sports coupe, 1 of only 4,282 produced for the 1968 model year, was entirely disassembled and completely stripped of its dull, original pigment. And, after a bit of hard work, the car’s clean body presented itself as an excellent foundation for a slick combination of Ebony Black and Provincial White 2-stage. Hoist the scooped hood and you’ll find an original, 400 cubic inch Rocket V8 that’s branded with a correct 396026G casting number and matching partial VIN. Professionally rebuilt and fully detailed, that hot V8 is a super-efficient wedge head design that, in factory form, utilizes a proven 455 cranktrain to turn stout 10.5 to 1 compression into 350 horsepower and 440 lb./ft. of stump-pulling torque. That Rocket 400 fronts a correct Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed, which displays a requisite 1968 (68) Oldsmobile (OG) assembly stamp. That proven transmission sends power to a stout 12-bolt, which hides moderate, 3.08 gears behind a finned W27 inspection cover. That smooth driveline hangs in a familiar heavy-duty suspension, which has been upgraded with modern, tubular control arms. Power-assisted stops are provided by four red calipers, which squeeze four drilled and slotted rotors. Turns come courtesy of factory power steering. And silver Ridler Hot Rods spin 235/50ZR17 Falken Azenis in front of 235/50R18 Falken Azenis. With sinister aesthetics and a fresh restoration, this fully sorted 442 is a fun classic to cruise in virtually any setting. If you’re thinking about adding a rocket to your orbit, call, click or launch http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

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  • <h3>1969 American Motors AMX</h3>
    <p>It is no secret that AMC always...

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    <h3>1969 American Motors AMX</h3>
    <p>It is no secret that AMC always marched to a different drummer when it came to styling and innovation. Unfortunately, that drummer’s tune wasn’t what the majority of the buying public wanted to dance to. So, a lot of unique and ingenious ideas and engineering didn’t make it into enough garages to keep the company afloat, too bad. One of those ideas was the AMX of the late 60’s and 70. As performance oriented two seater there really wasn’t the historical provenance to compete with the Corvette and the styling was just a bit too radical for mainstream America. With that here is an outstanding example of AMC performance and style with some great options, colors, and detail. This one is a two owner car that restored about 10 years ago and still looks very good today. The engine is a 390 replacement for the original 290 V8 that is channeled through a smooth shifting 4 speed tranny. There is power steering and brakes that make it fun and easy to drive. If you’re looking for something different to use on cruise night or still remember Mark Donohue and the Red, White, and Blue jackets of AMC Racing you gotta’ own this car.</p>
    <h3>Features</h3>
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    <li> 390 V8 that is strong and smooth</li>
    <li>After Market Steering Wheel</li>
    <li> 4 Speed Close Ratio Transmission Code M with Hurst Shifter</li>
    <li>Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with correct manifolds</li>
    <li>Pedal Ease Power Front Disc Brakes with Rear Drums in great shape</li>
    <li>Finished in Freshly Buffed and Waxed Frost White code 72A with correc Red Dual Center Stipes</li>
    <li>Clean and solid undercarriage</li>
    <li>Factory In-Dash 8000 RPM Tach with 5000 Redline</li>
    <li>Correct Red Bucket Seat Interior and new Carpet Code 935F</li>
    <li> AMFM Cassette in the dash</li>
    <li>Outside driver’s side rear view mirror factory flush mount door handles</li>
    <li>Full factory Instrumentation</li>
    <li>14 inch correct Magnum 500 Wheels with RWL P23570R Cooper Cobra Radials</li>
    <li>Excellent Chrome, Glass, and Stainless trim throughout the car</li>
    <li>There were only 6725 of these built, you don’t see them often</li>
    <li>Rechromed bumpers with optional rear bumper-ettes</li>
    <li>Freshly detailed engine bay and trunk with mat and space saver spare (hard to find)</li>
    <li>One of only 8293 built, how often do you see one especially this nice</li>
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    <p>1974 MGB Roadster. This great...

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    <p>1974 MGB Roadster. This great original British Roadster has only 667XX miles on it. The power from the in-line 1.8 Liter four cylinder is smooth and it has all the charm any European Sports car would want. This great British Roadster is solid and straight. It is one you can get in and enjoy today. The paint is smooth and the interior is excellent. The underside of the car is clean solid. This B will make its new owner proud and bring lots of smiles as it slips along the streets of its new home town.</p>

    <h3>Features</h3>

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    <li>Finished in original Blaze Orange with very good Black vinyl top and boot</li>
    <li>The interior is classic British Camel Tan in fabulous shape</li>
    <li>120 MPH Speedometer with 66k miles on the odometer</li>
    <li>Smooth 1.8 liter 4 cylinder original paint in the engine bay</li>
    <li>Full exhaust system with that undeniable British sports car note</li>
    <li>Fully Synchronized 4 speed gear box</li>
    <li>Three Spoke Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel</li>
    <li>Correct Shifter with full Boot and Good Shift Knob</li>
    <li>Rack and Pinion Steering for accurate handling</li>
    <li>Dual Hydraulic Self Adjusting Brakes that stop straight and true</li>
    <li>10 Spoke Alloy Wheels Mini Lite Styling with MG Center Caps</li>
    <li>Excellent Blackwall 175/70R14 Radial Tires</li>
    <li>Dual Outside rearview and Interior Day-Night Mirrors</li>
    <li>Correct Center Console</li>
    <li>The door panels are in excellent condition</li>
    <li>Complete and solid exhaust system< li>
    <li>In Dash Electric Tach with full Factory Instrumentation</li>
    <li>In the finished off trunk, you will find a full sized spare with jack and mat</li>
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  • This 1957 Thunderbird has received a full restoration in the beautiful...

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    This 1957 Thunderbird has received a full restoration in the beautiful Coral Sand exterior. The interior is black and white, It has a Black Canvas convertible top. The correct 312 cubic inch engine is detailed and looks and runs great. The automatic transmission shifts well. brakes stop true and with little effort. The car has new white wall tires and new wire wheels. The paint is hand rubbed and polished to show car luster. The chrome has been replated or replaced and looks beautiful. This is a great car to show and enjoy. Call today as this car is priced to sell!

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  • 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

    This S-Code 390 Mustang started out life in...

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    1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

    This S-Code 390 Mustang started out life in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1969. The car was sold in 1975 to a woman in Indiana. She was a school teacher who didn’t drive the car very much at all. She kept it in a heated garage and had it repainted sometime in the mid 1990's. In August of 2014, a life-long friend of hers, and long-time admirer of the car, bought the car from her. This is an extremely rare, 3 owner car with low miles! An original Marti Report is included in the sale.

    VIN 9F02S202871

    Mechanics
    390ci V8 Engine
    Holley 4bbl Carb with Vacuum Secondaires and Electric Choke
    C6 Automatic Transmission
    Correct Air Cleaner
    Correct Distributor
    Chrome Valve Covers
    Stock Intake
    Rebuilt Alternator
    Power Steering
    Rebuilt Radiator
    Chrome Close Out Panel
    Ford 9” Rear End with 3.25:1 Gear Ratio
    Power Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum
    New Brake Lines
    New Upper Ball Joints
    New Dual Exhaust System
    New Flowmaster Mufflers
    New Rear Shocks
    Nicely Painted Gas Tank

    Body
    All Original Sheet Metal
    Gorgeous Red Paint
    Blacked Out Hood with Scoop
    Mach 1 Reflective Stripe
    Beautiful Chrome Bumpers
    Very Nice Fit and Finish
    Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
    Solid Straight Quarters
    Rear Window Louvers and Spoiler
    Carpeted Trunk
    Solid Wheel Wells
    Spare Tire, Jack and Wrench
    Beautifully Painted Undercarriage
    Original Frame is in Great Shape
    Original Trunk Drop Downs
    Rockers are Solid and Straight
    Tight Pinch Welds
    Original Floorboards are Solid
    Torque Boxes are in Great Shape
    Original 14” Magnum 500 Wheels
    BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s
    225/70/14 Front and Rear

    Interior
    Original Black Interior
    Bucket Seats
    Floor Shifter
    Console
    Wood Steering Wheel
    Wood Grain Details on Dash and Door Panels
    AM/FM/Cassette Radio with Speakers
    Clock
    Floor Mats
    Seatbelts Front and Rear
    Headliner Fits Tight Across

    Don’t Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513!
    tom@vanguardmotorsales.com

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  • PROJECT REDSURRECTED PRO BUILT-PRO STREET 1988 CK1500 BODY:?Started...

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    PROJECT REDSURRECTED PRO BUILT-PRO STREET 1988 CK1500 BODY:?Started with clean rust free 88 Chevy CK1500 short bed. Body has been shaved chopped and channeled pass-thru cab Cadillac Escalade front end with 5 steel cowl hood all metal except front bumper and cowl filler aluminum bed cover with see thru aluminum trunk pro stock style wing rolled steel inner fenders LED taillights. PPG Dead Red with DPO airbrush and Jerry Campbell striping billet mirrors and grill new glass electric door poppers bolts are polished stainless. FRAME:? Jig built TIG welded 2x3 chassis Chassisworks suspension with stainless a-arms billet manual rack dropped spindles 13 Wildwood brakes rear suspension has braced FAB9 rear housing 35 spline Detroit locker Moser axles and nodular case billet pinion support and 4:10 gears 4 link wishbone locater anti-roll bar matching 13 Wildwood rear brakes chromed polished and powder coated stainless ARP hardware wiring and plumbing runs thru the frame chrome moly roll cage that has been engineered for comfort and safety frame and cage TIG welded and painted body color and ride on Shockwaves. Exhaust has been tucked for clearance. DRIVETRAIN: Jim Bowen Racing Engines built 540BB Chevy 752hp (dyno sheet included) naturally aspirated over 1000hp with NOS Pro Race Fogger (never used) balanced forged internals Merlin block 10.5 to 1 compression runs on 93 octane pump gas Billet Fab oil pan/pump valve covers AFR 335CNC heads Isky roller valve train custom ground nitrous cam Hogans sheet metal intake SMI 1225cfm Dominator MSD ignition with digital 6 box vacuum pump ATI balancer March serpentine set up 160 amp alternator rear exit A/C pump Meziere billet water pump cylinder heads intake manifold and March brackets have been polished and then clear powder coated or chromed ARP hardware 2 1/8 headers with Flowmaster scavenger collectors 3 polished stainless steel exhaust with Spintech mufflersArt Carr built 4L80 4 speed with overdrive extra deep pan manual shift valve body (no computer needed) 9 nitrous built Coan torque converter with 4000 stall twin oil coolers balanced chrome moly driveshaft. INTERIOR: Driven Upholstery modified Teas split bench seat covered in Turmeric Ultra-leather with ostrich inserts suede headliner 60 Impala dash Autometer gauges smoothed door panels billet switches Accuair controller ARC switch panel Kicker audio system 12 Solo X sub chrome plated KX2500 and KX850 amps 2 sets of Kicker 6 SS components Sony DVD player Tsunami capacitor monster cables in cab bass controller B+M shifter comfortable for 6ft plus driver billet tilt column vintage air Budnik Gasser steering wheel glove box mounted dual probe Computech EGT gauge flamed rear view mirror billet pedals. EXTRAS: 17x13 Budnik rear wheels with 17x7 fronts matching Hoosier radial tires Accuair SpeedSwitch Air-Zenith pump 5 gallon tank Aeromotive A2000 pump nitrous side has an Aeromotive A1000 pump twin gel batteries battery tender polished stainless steel ram air KN filters Ron Davis radiator with twin fans stainless radiator cover every hose is braided stainless with AN fitting. Designed and built to showcase shops talents. Tons of money on top of the line parts powder coating polishing chrome work airbrush striping and one off interior. This build would cost in excess off 200000 to duplicate. It is a one of a kind. Truck has been featured in May 2013 issue of StreetTrucks Magazine. Also featured on Budnik Wheels Cool Ride of the Month and Car Warriors television show Speed Channelseason 2 episode 9. Truck has been driven easy and garage kept estimated 300 miles since build.

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  • LESS THAN 1000 MILES ON THIS 1952 CHEVY PICK UP 3100 SERIES - VINTAGE...

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    LESS THAN 1000 MILES ON THIS 1952 CHEVY PICK UP 3100 SERIES - VINTAGE A/C AND HEAT- NEW 350 GM CRATE MOTOE 290 HP - NEW 350 TURBO - NEW PAINT WITH BODY SAND BLASTED - NEW REAR LEAFS- NEW GAS TANK LOCATED IN REAR UNDER BED - SOUND DEADING IN COMPLETE INTERIOR - NEW CARPET- NEW DOOR PANELS - ELECTRIC DRIVER SEAT - ALL LEATHER SEAT- CONSOLE WITH ALPINE HEAD UNIT WITH BACK UP CAMERA AND BAZOKA BASS - REAR SLIDER WINDOW - ALL NEW GAUGES WITH ALL ORIGINAL WIRES REMOVES AND EVERYTHING WAS FROM SCRATCH TO NEW FUSE BOX- GM TILT WHEEL - POWERSTEERING AND FRONT POWER BRAKES - DETAILED ENGINE BAY - BARN WOOD BEAD REDONE TWO COATS CLEAR SATIN - EARLY 90 FRONT CLIP MONTE CARLO - TRUCK DRIVES LIKE A CAR -ELECTRIC SPAL FAN - RUNS COOL - DRIVE ANYWHERE - LESS THAT 1000 MILES ALL BROKEN IN - ENTERED ONE SHOW WON TRUCK DIVISION - NEW PAINT SILVER AND BLACK METALIC LEXUS COLORS - NEW WINDOW CRANKS AND GLASS IS PEFECT SHAPE WITH LIGHT TINT ON WINDOWS OVER 50 K INVESTED !

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  • Rally red/black 974/STD (trim tag) 327/300 hp #'s matching 174 block...

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    Rally red/black 974/STD (trim tag) 327/300 hp #'s matching 174 block with stamp/vin4 speed M20 transmission (shifter in long throw!)Factory A/C (all hooked up)Power Steering/WindowsTinted glassAM/FM Radio and power antennaboth hard and soft topsHub caps and bias ply wsw tires.Detailed engine bay with shielding and components correctly colors and installed. Stainless steel brake calipers. Nice original door panels / Interior, Mint 'Un-Restored' bottom of the car! tribute to the Dry SW Climate from which it came. Tire tub, Owner's manual, car cover, seat belts----Runs and drive very nice.This is a hard car to find, much ofSummer driving lies ahead. Come in and drive it home!

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  • HERE IS A GOOD LOOKING INEXPENSIVE TRANSPORTATION CAR.....THE BODY AND...

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    HERE IS A GOOD LOOKING INEXPENSIVE TRANSPORTATION CAR.....THE BODY AND PAINT ARE GOOD, BUT NOT PERFECT...CLEARCOAT IS PEELING ON REAR BUMPER...THE REST OF THE CAR IS OK....IT HAS A POWER MOON ROOF ALSO...THE FACTORY CHROME WHEELS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION....THE TIRES ARE GOOD...THE LEATHER INTERIOR IS IN GOOD CONDITION...NO RIPS OR TEARS...THIS IS A GOOD DRIVER.....

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  • The last F-100 like this that we featured sold in about a week, which...

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    The last F-100 like this that we featured sold in about a week, which indicates that Ford collectors have caught on to the red-hot truck market. Well, you’re in luck, because this handsome, frame-off restored 1967 Ford F-100 has a great look, a strong-running V8 engine, a few smart upgrades, and is still ready, willing, and able to put in a day's work around the homestead.
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    Two-tone paint treatments were wildly popular with pickup buyers in the ‘60s, and it’s easy to see why. This Ford looks remarkably trim in its red and white combination, almost too stylish to be just a pickup, don’t you think? Ford designers were fans of the “less is more” school of thought, and the slab-sided bed is accented with a white rub strip that runs the length of the truck and makes it look sleek and smooth. As a lifelong southern truck, you know it was never a rust bucket, and thanks to a repaint a few years ago, it still looks fresh. Even the bed is dent-free and straight, meaning this was never a truck that needed to work for a living, although the spray-in bedliner means you can put it to work today without a second thought. There isn't much chrome, but things like the bumpers and oversized side mirrors are in great shape and add a bit of sparkle to the industrial-strength Ford.
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    The original bench is still in place, and now wears a reproduction black vinyl seat cover that gives it a great look as well as low maintenance. Details like the door panels and instruments are 100% original and in outstanding condition, and overhead there's a custom consolette with built-in speakers for the AM/FM/CD stereo. The big, red wheel feels substantial and makes wheeling the big Ford pretty easy and there's a trick gauge cluster strapped to the steering column that puts all the auxiliary dials in the same place. The speedometer and fuel gauge are original, and the original AM radio in the dash is there as a place-holder only, mostly because it looks right. Recent black carpets and a new black dash pad round out the upgrades that make this vintage hauler feel very comfortable in today's world.
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    The 352 cubic inch V8 is a relatively rare option in these trucks, and this is indeed a Y-code truck, which means the 352 is how this one was born. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and with a brand new dual exhaust system, performance is lively with or without a load in back. The engine bay is full of freshly restored components and lots of Ford Blue paint, but nothing that alters the truck’s basic originality. Details like the accessory windshield washer bag are a neat feature and correct reproduction decals were used wherever possible. The 3-speed automatic transmission shifts easily and spins the original 9-inch rear end which is easily up to the task of any job thanks to 3.25 gears inside. Even the air cleaner and its 352 decal are as the factory made them, more evidence that this truck has always been treated right. Underneath, you’ll be astounded by how clean it is, and there's just no evidence of any previous damage, from the Twin I-Beam front suspension to the heavy-duty rear drum brakes. Period perfect Cragar mag wheels add a sporty look and carry staggered 245/60/15 front and 295/50/15 rear white letter radials.
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    Trucks rarely get a restoration this nice. Built with an eye towards authenticity but adding a few creature comforts to make it usable every day, this is a hobby vehicle that can definitely earn its keep. This one won't last long, call today!

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  • T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this traditional burgundy...

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    T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this traditional burgundy one pulls no punches. With stout small block power, a competent suspension, and a surprisingly comfortable interior, it’s over-the-top in every measurable way, making this the T-bucket to own if you’re seeking the spotlight.
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    Visibility is the T-bucket’s claim to fame, and with that in mind this vintage ‘bucket got a glowing paint job that lives up to the standards set by similar machines from the ‘70s and you’d have to be legally blind to miss it, even at night. There’s not a lot of surface area, but the bodywork that remains on the minimalist T is nicely prepped and finished and now showing some nice patina that's just right. The overall look suggests that just because it was originally designed to be inexpensive doesn’t mean you have to build it on the cheap. Every square inch of visible bodywork has been painted, upholstered, or polished, including the mini bed out back, which wears its own diamond-tufted tonneau cover. The tall Model T windshield remains, but has been raked back slightly for a new look on an old favorite, and you’ll also note that the glass itself is tinted, there’s a hand-operated windshield wiper, and even a set of wind wings that keep it pleasant inside.
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    The interior fits the template for the traditional T-Bucket, with a diamond-tufted bench seat that wraps around the entire passenger compartment. The upright steering wheel is all part of the experience, and it uses a traditional Model T brass center with a modern wood rim that's a bit fatter than stock. A full array of vintage Stewart-Warner gauges have been fitted into a nicely finished oak panel, again offering just the right patina for a car straight out of the past. And you can forget Mexican blankets serving as low-buck upholstery, because this one is very nicely finished in black vinyl and a full set of carpets that make it feel a bit more civilized. There is no top, no windows, and no heat, but with that thumping small block V8, I don’t think you’ll miss it.
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    Yes, that’s a 350 Chevy topped by dual quads and a blower; talk about overkill! The supercharger is a 6-71 and it's topped by a pair of 650 CFM Edelbrocks under a scoop, so it looks like you’d expect it to. And since it’s right out there in the wind for everyone to see, all the components were either polished or plated so they sparkle in the sunlight. It's a 4-bolt main block with a steel crank and forged pistons, plus a set of Crane roller rockers, so it was definitely built for combat. And for some reason they stuck a Boyce moto-meter atop the faux radiator shell, although it’s completely blocked by the massive engine; the T-bucket summed up in a single detail. A 4-speed manual transmission feeds power to a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear end, all of which was painted to match the body. And speaking of oversized, those are genuine wire wheels which wear a traditional big-n-little set of tires, including Mickey Thompson Indy profile rear tires for the perfect old school look.
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    There’s nothing more radical than the T-bucket, and this one shows a lot of care and thought in the build, and is a fast, fun little car as a result. Call today!

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  • This is the car you always dreamed a 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am...

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    This is the car you always dreamed a 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am could be. There’s a huge upgrade under the hood to make this coupe finally perform as good as it looks.
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    The second generation Trans Am was a seriously intimidating package. The wide ground effects in front of the wheel wells, integrated rear spoiler, and shaker hood, gives this a real presence on the streets. When the dent-resistant Endura front end is as complete as this one, it’s not only a dead giveaway to some serious care and investment, but also it gives the Firebird Trans Am an aggressive beak that perfectly complements the famous “screaming chicken” on the hood and b-pillars. It only gets better as this whole car looks like it’s breathing fire thanks to the blazing paintwork. It’s the kind of bright red that helps grab attention away from the black Smokey and the Bandit replicas. In fact, this one reminds us a bit of another famous Burt Reynolds Pontiac. Remember the red Trans Am with chrome wheels from the movie Hooper? Yes, this one certainly looks the part from that speed demon stuntman flick. Just as that Pontiac was a famous for its surprise rocket power, this one also has hidden horsepower...but more on that in a minute.
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    The fiery red attitude continues on the interior with the high-back vinyl bucket seats, door panels, carpeting, and center console all coordinating with this aggressive tone. But this is far from a sea of crimson. The there are bright touches all around including the door handles, window cranks, and the three-spoke steering wheel. Of course the most famous shining piece is the iconic machined aluminum inlay that covers the whole dash panel. There are modern components, too, including an AM/FM/CD player and all the gauges have been upgraded to Marshall units with a digital odometer.
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    We’ve hinted at something wicked in the engine bay, but all you have to do is pop the hood to see that this one can barely contain all of its power upgrades. The top motor that came in the Trans Am in 1977 was an emissions-choked 400 cubic-inch V8. So that engine has been ditched recently in favor of a larger 455 block, from an era when muscle cars still had real muscle. This whole setup was rebuilt 1,500 miles ago to include a durable nodular iron crank and newly machined heads (2.11 x 4.980 intake and 1.77 x 5.230 exhaust.) New go-fast add-ons include a Lunati camshaft (490 lift, 292 duration, 110 centerline), .030 TRW overbore forged pistons, Mallory high-output performance distributor, and Doug Thorley ceramic coated headers. You better believe these upgrades help make a serious rumble out of the quad-tip dual Flowmaster exhaust. All this power is sent through a stout TH350 three-speed automatic. It includes a Summit Racing 2500 RPM stall converter to keep this motor deeper into its powerband at all times. Of course the Trans Am was known to be one of the best handling cars of its time, so this one knows how to go around corners. This is enhanced by the front disc brakes and grippy BF Goodrich G-Force Tires riding on 17-inch American Racing alloy wheels.
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    This is one fire-breathing screaming chicken that finally has the performance to live up to its aggressive looks. The Trans Am of your dreams won’t last long at under $25K. Call now!!

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  • The Blazer was designed and marketed to compete with International...

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    The Blazer was designed and marketed to compete with International Harvester Scout and the Ford Bronco. Both of these were originally aimed at the short Jeep CJ series, which were much smaller than other trucks. The great innovation of the Blazer was to simply offer a shortened pickup truck, which both increased interior space, and lowered the cost of production with a shared platform. The Blazer quickly became popular. For the first time, it married the off-road capabilities of the Scout with the "luxury" features like air conditioning and automatic transmissions routinely available on pickup trucks. By 1970, the Blazer was already outselling both of its older rivals. Ford, Dodge, and even Jeep would counter with similar shortened pickups, with the Dodge Ramcharger and Jeep Cherokee.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this awesome, 1972 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4 custom build for your consideration. Every square inch of this 4X4 has been thoughtfully restored. At the heart of this build is a professionally prepared 383 stroker fed by an Edlebrock 4 barrel carb, cooled by an aluminum radiator, serpentine driven components, headers, power brakes, power steering, open element air cleaner, automatic transmission, transfer case and Chevy’s bullet proof 4 wheel drive system. The custom interior is outfitted with modern bucket seats and rear seat with shoulder seat belts. The classic look is has also been fortified with a Pioneer sound system. The quality of this restoration is amazing in all aspects right down the wonderfully applied red paint and the new trim pieces to complement. All this awesomeness rides on custom aluminum wheels skinned with new Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ tires.

    There is no shortage of “Cool Factor” with this 1972 Blazer. The design and build is geared to eyeball and easy driving. This K5 is ready to go topless and cruise to the beach or any of your weekend destinations.

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

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  • Car went to paintshop, bumpers & fenders removed. Paintshop went...

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    Car went to paintshop, bumpers & fenders removed. Paintshop went bankruped. Reasemble and drive home

    1976 360 v8 ported 2.02 1.60 stock heads. Hypo springs with dampeners. Crane Fireball cam .447 lift 308 adv dur. 8.8 to 1 flat top pistons. High volume oil pump. Fully groved main Brearings. Offenhauser open plenum aluminum intake. K&N 14'' air filter. Modified Carter thermoquad carb. Custom 3 core radiator. 340 high rpm alternator. Mopar chrome box & straight up electronic distributor. Mopar 8mm silicone high temp stainless steel core plug wires. Electronic voltage regulator. Hooker comp plus 1 5/8 headers. Accel 60k volt coil. Hays diaphragm pressure plate & clutch, special factory 833 4 spd with 3.08 first gear, Drag race u-joints, drive shaft loop, adjustable pinion snubber, drag pack leaves, 8 3/4 3.91 clutch type possy rear with drag race clutch pack, air shocks. 3 inch duel exhaust front to back.12.9 @ 108 quarter mile on pump gas with more there. Gets 26 miles to the gallon highway. Car is built for street/strip. Needs painting, very little rust. Original 273 v8 automatic car, 74k original miles, clear title, you would be third owner. Considering trades + cash for Chrysler mini van.

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

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 for purchase. When people think about muscle cars the Chevelles produced from 1968-72 jump right off the page. The Chevelle 2nd generation was the GM A-body perfect size for anything you wanted to stuff under the hood to make your ride jump off the line when commanded to do so. Chevelles came in several different variations and trim packages, but the hot SS 396 will make people stop in their tracks with respect for the performance and the timeless style.

    This is a really nicely restored Chevelle powered by the “JA” suffix 396ci V8 engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. It’s hard not love a GM A-body muscle car in any form but this pairs up a 4-speed with a monster V8 gifting you have just American Muscle in a bottle. It features a Hurst shifter, aluminum heads, bucket seats, console shift, 12-bolt rear end, 3:73 posi, power steering, power front disc brakes, American Racing wheels and much more. This is an outstanding example in excellent condition inside, outside, and underneath. Plus this car is mechanically sound and an absolute blast to drive! 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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  • It seems odd to think about it, but hearses like this 1964 Oldsmobile 98...

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    It seems odd to think about it, but hearses like this 1964 Oldsmobile 98 built by Cotner-Bevington were probably the last true coachbuilt US automobiles. There is a long and delightful history behind the company that built it (Cotner-Bevington, not Oldsmobile), which we don't have time for here, but suffice to say that professional car fans will be delighted with this highly original piece of professional car history.
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    Looking at this hearse, you quickly realize the extraordinary work that went into the conversion. It's not just a sedan that's been lengthened, but just about every piece of the car aft of the firewall was custom built just for this application. And the shocking thing is how well it works with the factory styling to create a very well-integrated look that is still instantly recognizable as Oldsmobile. Like most professional cars, this one hasn't seen a lot of use and shows just 53,421 original miles, most of which were likely accumulated at about 30 MPH. It probably never spent a night outdoors and in this business, you can't have a dirty car; no that just wouldn't be acceptable at all. So it's very nicely preserved and although it's certainly not perfect, it shows very well. All the bespoke hearse components are in excellent shape but if you look closely, you can see a few places where the new parts were grafted onto the Oldsmobile chassis, but that's interesting rather than a demerit. Even more amazing is the stainless trim, which is not only in great shape, but becomes even more remarkable when you realize that it was all custom made to match the OEM stuff on the front end. Impressive, right?
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    The interior is a combination of luxury and bare-bones practicality. The driver gets a standard Oldsmobile dashboard and a no-nonsense vinyl interior, which, in this car's case, is a surprisingly cheerful blue and white combination. The dash is in excellent condition and the door panels are just as intricate and attractive as on the 98 sedans. Options are limited to, well, there are none, not even a radio, because you really have no business listening to music at a time like this. There's a sliding divider to the rear section and overhead there's enough headroom for Abe Lincoln AND his stovepipe hat. The rear compartment is beautifully trimmed in matching blue and white, with elegant curtains in the rear windows. Rollers on the floor accommodate the casket and still have the original lock-down clamps in place, too. And it's all beautifully preserved.
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    The engine is a standard Oldsmobile 394 cubic inch V8, which is a sprightly performer in most cases. However, with close to 7000 pounds to pull around, it's a little more deliberate in this hearse, but again, that's not really a demerit here. The engine bay is quite original and well-maintained, as you'd expect, from the original air cleaner to the finned valve covers. There are still traces of factory red engine enamel clinging to the block and no car this size would be possible without power steering. A familiar Oldsmobile Hydra-Matic automatic transmission feeds a heavy-duty rear end, which now hangs on new shocks. There's also a fresh custom exhaust system that's properly muted, and you probably won't be shocked to learn that this sucker rides like a hovercraft. Standard Oldsmobile hubcaps are dignified and sit inside a set of vintage-looking bias-ply whitewalls.
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    Yes, we know a hearse isn't everyone's cup of tea, but you won't get a more elegant, beautifully finished, hand-built car for less money anywhere, and professional car societies have some pretty awesome meets. Call today!

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  • The GMC Jimmy High Sierra offered here is a great example of a...

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    The GMC Jimmy High Sierra offered here is a great example of a well-cared for and mostly original setup. This early SUV is in remarkable condition and has some very tasteful upgrades done to give the vehicle a beefier look. The High Sierra option was the top of the line that gave you many nice upgrades and more features. These trucks also came with the famous 350 V8 that is dependable and powerful. Full time four wheel drive option was also part of the package that allowed you to shift in and out of 4x4 without worrying about locking the front hubs.

    This vehicle was believed to come out of California and spent majority of its life there until recently being acquired by us. Vehicle appears to be rust free throughout and has clean paint and miles are believed to be accurate. Vehicle has many nice upgrades with the 4in lift kit and new shocks, brakes and tires. The 33in BF Goodrich tires are a very nice touch and represent the vehicle well. Cold A/C works nicely and all gauges and lights are functioning properly during our test drive. Dual exhaust gives the vehicle a nice bark, but pleasant. Chrome push bar compliment the exterior along with the front sun visor and rear spoiler. Vehicle comes with original owner’s manual, brochure and option sticker on glove box. Features on the vehicle include; tilt wheel, full gauge package, 5.7L 350 V8, automatic transmission, rear seat, A/C, two tone paint, locking differential, folding rear seat, electric rear window, automatic speed control, white removable hard top.

    A great opportunity is available here to the speculator for investment purpose or the person that wants a fun and reliable SUV that is different than the masses. Drive, enjoy, and take a drive on the wild side!

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

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  • For reasons that aren't altogether clear to us, Buick muscle cars don't...

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    For reasons that aren't altogether clear to us, Buick muscle cars don't get much respect. Just imagine if this 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 was, say, an LS6 Chevelle. It wouldn't last three minutes in the showroom at this price. Well, the good news is that this is a real code 46 GS 455 and it's packing a Stage 1 upgrade that makes it the biggest, baddest torque factory to ever come out of Flint.
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    Buicks were cars for grown-ups, and the handsome code 28 Diplomat Blue on this GS looks very appropriate. Better still, it's this car's original color, now rendered in modern urethane paints so it has a great shine that'll be easy to maintain. It was repainted in 2003 and is holding up well with only about 10,000 miles since the restoration, and despite the understated look, this one has a serious predatory vibe on the street. Of course, the GS wing out back kind of gives it away, as well as the functional ram air hood, but there are no stripes or other flashing give-aways like on the other GM intermediates, just a set of subtle GS Stage 1 emblems on the front fenders to warn potential competitors on the street. This one also wore a white top when it was new, but that, too, was replaced in 2003, and I think you'll agree that basic black on the mature Buick is definitely the right choice.
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    Handsome and unusual blue buckets are also this car's original combination (code 181) and they look fantastic. Fresh seat covers, matching GS door panels, and correct carpets all maintain the Buick's upscale look and feel inside, and you really can see a difference between this car and, say, a Chevelle. It definitely feels more luxurious. Don't let that fool you, however, because this one still packs a heck of a punch; it's just a softer silk glove for that particular iron fist. A center console with a horseshoe shifter, a leather-wrapped wheel, and clean factory gauges are joined by a trio of aftermarket dials under the dash, as well as a great-sounding AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the original slot. Options like a remote mirror and factory A/C shouldn't be a surprise on a Buick, and this one even has custom GS-logo floor mats that match the carpets almost perfectly, a nice touch. In back, the trunk is in great shape with original spatter-finish paint and plenty of room for a weekend road trip.
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    The 455 cubic inch Buick V8 made a towering 510 pounds of torque in the GS Stage 1, which translates into instantaneous acceleration at virtually any speed. Rebuilt to Stage 1 specs, it has a very authentic look, complete with a chrome air cleaner, reproduction decals, and bright Dante Red paint on the block. An Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor probably helps build power and there are upgraded ignition components to help light the fires. The transmission is a TH400 3-speed automatic that doesn't seem to mind the torque, and the 3.42 gears out back are a great compromise between acceleration and easy cruising. Big Flowmaster mufflers and an X-pipe work with long-tube headers to maintain a suitably Buick soundtrack and with big sway bars at both ends, the big Buick is a capable handler, too. Classic Buick road wheels are some of the best-looking OEM wheels of all and carry fat 235/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials.
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    This is a heck of a lot of car for the money, and while it's not a pedigree car, any Stage 1 Buick with a big block demands respect. The upscale features and look are just icing on the cake. Call today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia Spider...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia Spider equipped with a 4.5L 560HP V8 engine and a 7-speed F1 dual-clutch automatic with sport shift transmission and RWD. This car is finished in a beautiful Rosso Corsa (bright red) exterior color and Tan full leather with Black leather accents, Daytona style seats with black stripes.

    This 458 is in extra clean condition and comes well appointed including:

    + Carbon Fiber front splitter

    + Carbon Fiber / leather steering wheel with LEDs

    + Power Daytona style seats with black stripes

    + Yellow tachometer

    + Scuderia shields

    + Factory sport exhaust

    + 20" Silver painted wheels

    + Red calipers

    ...plus much more!!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia coupe...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia coupe equipped with a 4.5L 560HP V8 engine and a 7-speed F1 dual-clutch automatic with sport shift transmission and RWD. This car is finished in a beautiful Metallic Black exterior color with Matte Clear shield over entire car and Black full leather interior along with Daytona style seats and Red contrast stitching throughout.

    This 458 is in impeccable condition and comes well appointed with some custom touches including:

    + Matte clear shield of entire car

    + 7 year maintenance plan (starting from the original in service date)

    + Daytona style seats

    + Power adjust / heated seats with driver memory

    + Bluetooth

    + Red tachometer

    + Carbon Fiber / leather steering wheel with LEDs

    + Carbon Fiber door sills

    + Parking sensors F/R

    + Scuderia shields

    + 20" Silver painted 5-spoke wheels

    + Red calipers

    ...plus much more!!

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    This vehicle has just been added. More info to come...

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  • Why sit on a waiting list? Brown's Classic Autos is proud to present...

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    Why sit on a waiting list? Brown's Classic Autos is proud to present one of the lowest mileage Hellcat's in the country. This 2015 Challenger Hellcat has just 8 miles on the odo. Finished in the Billet Silver Metallic with Premium Laguna leather SRT seats. A true "Driver's Car" with a traditional 6 speed Tremec manual transmission. Doing it's best to get you grip are the 275/40/20 Pirelli P-Zero's and bringing all 707 horsepower to a halt are the Red Brembo Brakes. Hearing this Cat's growl from the Black Vapor Tipped dual exhaust is enough to make any car cower in fear.

    This car still has most of the "Dealer Remove" plastic pieces and wrap still on it.

    Some of the features on this car include SRT Tuned Bilstein 3 Mode Active Suspension, Blind Spot Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist, Backup Camera, Stability and Traction Control, 200 MPH Speedo, 8.4 Inch Touch Screen Display with NAV, 18 Speaker Sound System with Sub and Harmon Kardon Amp.

    This car is very nicely optioned and has the original window sticker and all of the dealer informational paperwork. Full factory warranty. With these low mileage Hellcat's getting harder and harder to come by, make sure not to miss this one. Orders will be filled for the new orders at some point in 2016. Don't wait!! We have what you need. Call today!

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  • Featuring a stroked small block, a modern 700R4 transmission and a...

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    Featuring a stroked small block, a modern 700R4 transmission and a thoroughly upgraded suspension, this head-turning Camaro is one super cool muscle car that’s ready to end your summer with style! The beneficiary of a ground-up, rotisserie restoration that was completed in late 2010, this X11 Super Sport is the product of A LOT of time spent sweating details. From its straight panels to its DuPont Victory Red 2-stage, the car’s rock-solid metal displays immaculate craftsmanship that was completed by Dannie Cox of Ramseur, North Carolina’s Cox Racing Engines. Hoist the Fesler supported hood and you’ll find 383 cubic inches of Chevrolet small block that’s wedged inside a clean, highly detailed engine bay. That ferocious small block twists torque through a TCI Super Street Fighter 700R4 that’s strung between an aluminum driveshaft, a TCI lock-up torque converter and a G-Force crossmember. That transmission spins a proven Moser 12-bolt that’s fitted with 4.10 gears and a Truetrac posi-traction differential. That tough driveline rides behind a powder-coated front clip that’s enhanced with Hotchkis tie rods and tubular Hotchkis control arms. The car’s powder-coated pumpkin hangs between proven Ridetech shocks, tough Hotchkis leafs and quality Detroit Speed mini tubs. That first-class suspension sits inside Touring Classics fifth generation Corvette brakes, which utilize power-assisted “Camaro” branded calipers to squeeze drilled and slotted rotors. Exhaust floats from the aforementioned headers in to large-diameter pipes, which center an X-shaped crossover in front of rowdy MagnaFlow mufflers. And power meets the pavement through polished Budnik Ice, which spin 245/40ZR18 BF Goodrich g-Force Rivals in front of 335/30ZR18 BF Goodrich g-Force Rivals. Legendary and proven, the first generation Camaro is one of the best combinations of style and performance to ever roll out of Detroit. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this red-hot F1.

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  • 1930 Ford Model A HOT ROD, all steel body model a coupe. Fresh build all...

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    1930 Ford Model A HOT ROD, all steel body model a coupe. Fresh build all new paint interior, triple deuce setup, straight pipes, chevy 350 turbo 350 trans, new cragars, new tires, new everythibg! Nickel plated crossmembers chrome everything, harley fenders.

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  • 1964 Ford Thunderbird. Runs great. Number matches. 390motor.need...

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    1964 Ford Thunderbird. Runs great. Number matches. 390motor.need muffler. And windshield (put in) it comes with the car, black leather interior.

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  • 1979 Chevrolet Corvette L 82 - matching numbers drivetrain - all...

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    1979 Chevrolet Corvette L 82 - matching numbers drivetrain - all original survivor- one woman owner - beautiful original silver repaint - 64,000 original miles - Beautiful classic and a great driver -

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  • 1978 GMC 1500 Pickup Truck. Has a fresh rebuilt 30 over 350. A lot new...

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    1978 GMC 1500 Pickup Truck. Has a fresh rebuilt 30 over 350. A lot new parts. Brand new front calipers and pads, new power steering pump, new plugs, new headlight switch and floor dimmer switch, new front shocks. I'm sure there is more. Basically needs to be timed by light and exhaust put on it. Has long tube headers.

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  • *** 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air *** BEST IN SHOW COBO HALL Excellent...

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    *** 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air *** BEST IN SHOW COBO HALL Excellent Condition- Please call for more information

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  • 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 'Holiday' 4 door, original paint, interior,...

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    1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 'Holiday' 4 door, original paint, interior, headliner, 350 Rocket v8, automatic, ac may need a compressor, but still turns, new tires, alt, and battery. The car is beautiful, and it runs rides and drives like a dream.

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  • 1957 Chevrolet Apache 3100 Pickup-Excellent condition-Call for details.

    1957 Chevrolet Apache 3100 Pickup-Excellent condition-Call for details.

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  • 1957 Buick Super 2 Dr hardtop. Clean project, needs finished. I dont...

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    1957 Buick Super 2 Dr hardtop. Clean project, needs finished. I dont have the time for it, wish i did. won't find another like it for the price. No drivetrain.

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  • 1965 Ford F250 2wd long bed 8 lug 2wd 6cyl 3 speed on the column solid...

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    1965 Ford F250 2wd long bed 8 lug 2wd 6cyl 3 speed on the column solid runs good very solid, bed sides are a little lose but other than that its a good truck.

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  • 1966 Cadillac Sedan this beautifully restored! Purchased from the dry...

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    1966 Cadillac Sedan this beautifully restored! Purchased from the dry south by a local DC collector, this all original luxury liner has been recently gone through top to bottom including mirror like new paint and interior! The massive original 429 cubic inch engine and matching drive train have also been rebuilt and run exceptionally strong and smooth. This vehicle has absolutely no trouble cruising at high speed on the DC Beltway while you relax in the lap of decadent 1960's Cadillac luxury. True classic mafia era transportation through and through! Clear Virginia title in hand and ready for a new home. Don't let this Caddy pass you buy!

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