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  • The 1967 Chevrolet Impala might have been the sleekest car on the road...

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    The 1967 Chevrolet Impala might have been the sleekest car on the road that year, offering dramatic fastback styling and slick fender skirts. This handsome full-sized SS delivers on its good looks, too, with a strong-running small block V8 and a luxurious interior that lives up to the Impala's "top of the line" position.
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    The paint is likely an older respray that's pretty close to the original code GG Granada Gold. It's got a decent shine and a bit of patina that seems to suit this car just fine. It's been touched up here and there and there are signs of age in the finish, but it's not crying out for a repaint. The bodywork underneath is nicely preserved, offering straight panels that reflect nicely and those dramatic creases in the fenders that give it the illusion of speed even when sitting still. Those might just be the biggest quarter panels ever created, yet they're crisp and straight and not rotted, which is a fate that befell many of this car's siblings. Plenty of shiny chrome is there to remind everyone that this is not a garden-variety Chevy and it still incorporates the Impala's traditional three-element taillights. There are subtle SS badges on the grille and deck lid, and this car comes by them honestly, as it is a real code 168 SS V8. But even without those little badges, this would be a car that earns respect on the street.
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    The attractive gold interior is nicely finished and offers a unique front bench that does its best to look like sporty buckets. It's quite likely that the interior is original, although things like the door panels look so good that maybe they've been replaced at some point, it's hard to tell. That's actually a good thing, because the whole car has an all-of-a-piece look and feel, so nothing stands out as too nice or too deteriorated. Big round gauges still show bright markings and needles and the SS steering wheel makes them easy to see. This car features factory A/C, a somewhat rare and desirable option, along with a factory radio in the center of the dash. The carpets are in excellent condition and aside from some minor discoloration, the back seat looks quite fresh. The trunk, as you'd expect, is truly massive and features the original mat as well as an ancient bias-ply spare tire that certainly dates back to the car's early days.
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    We have every reason to believe that the 327 cubic inch V8 under the hood is original to the car, although there's no proof. The date code falls within the right window of 1967 and it's dressed like it's been there for 45 years. There's bright Chevy Orange paint on the block that has probably been there from the beginning, along with a factory-style air cleaner and ram's horn exhaust manifolds. Power steering and power front disc brakes are mandatory on a car this size and it has a nice burble from the dual exhaust system. A TH400 3-speed automatic transmission was a good idea in a car with this much sheetmetal to haul around and the heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end doesn't even whimper when you mash the throttle. The underside is unrestored and a bit crusty, but there's really nothing to hide her and it does ride and track rather well. It's finished with a set of handsome Rally wheels and fat 235/75/15 Toyo whitewall radials all around.
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    Big and dramatic, this handsome Impala offers a lot of luxury/performance sheetmetal for the money. Call today!

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  • Oh look, another clean second-generation Camaro, right? Well, you’re...

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    Oh look, another clean second-generation Camaro, right? Well, you’re half right. It’s definitely clean and it’s definitely a second-generation Camaro, but it also packs a brand new 427 cubic inch V8 with just 68 miles on it, and all the right hardware to back it up.
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    Originally plain old gold, it now wears a coat of brilliant Cranberry Red that’s really the right choice on a Camaro with this much performance inside. Freshly applied, it looks simply spectacular with fantastic bodywork underneath that keeps all of the original good looks of the second-gen Camaro intact; there’s not even a cowl induction hood! It does, however, wear correct RS grille and front bumper assemblies plus a new set of spoilers front and rear so it looks just the way the designers intended. Great gaps, nice chrome, and those sharply-rendered black SS stripes all add to the car’s impressive overall look. Clearly, saving money wasn’t a factor here, because this work looks outrageously expensive. There’s also high-quality brightwork, including bright bumpers, polished stainless window surrounds, and sparkling taillights that look fantastic.
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    The black interior looks quite stock at first glance, but once you climb behind the wheel you’ll find a lot of smart upgrades. The black seats feature woven inserts that are grippy and comfortable thanks to new foam underneath. Fresh carpets, new door panels, and a beautifully finished dashboard with a carbon fiber dashboard and very cool Stewart Warner Green Line gauges. A correct RS steering wheel seems rather understated in a car with this much performance and charisma, but the floor-mounted 4-speed shifter seems right at home. A very clever AM/FM/mp3 stereo radio looks quite correct in the center of the dash and the overall effect is very, very impressive inside this Camaro. The back seat was also restored and the trunk has nothing to hide.
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    Yes, you did read that correctly, a brand new 427 cubic inch ZZ427/480 crate motor from General Motors Performance Parts was installed in September of 2014 and has just 68 test and tune miles on it today. With 480 horsepower on tap, performance is impressive to say the least. It’s beautifully dressed with lots of chrome and polished aluminum, those high-visibility ‘427’ valve covers, and a few splashes of color like the bright red plug wires. A big Holley carburetor and high-rise aluminum intake keep the big block fed and gorgeous Hooker headers dump into a 3-inch exhaust system with Magnaflow stainless mufflers and an X-pipe. The Muncie M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed doesn’t seem to mind the torque and with a Moser 12-bolt out back full of 3.73 gears on a Posi, very few of those 480 horses are escaping. The undercarriage is very nicely finished thanks to a comprehensive rotisserie restoration and it’s been upgraded to handle the power with a full Hotchkiss suspension setup. It wears factory ride height springs just because the owner liked the way they looked, but the Hotchkiss lowering springs are included. There are also a set of Hotchkiss subframe connectors to reinforce the body, always a smart choice when you’re running this much horsepower through it. Factory-style SS wheels are some of the best-looking rolling stock of the period and are fitted with 225/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear BFGoodrich radials.
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    Documented with receipts and manuals, this incredible Camaro is the kind of car that earns respect the hard way and looks awesome doing it. Call today!

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  • Survivors are big news these days, and you can credit the Corvette guys...

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    Survivors are big news these days, and you can credit the Corvette guys for lighting that fire. Cars like this 1973 Corvette convertible with its original paint and interior, two tops, and just 72,701 original miles are now cherished heirlooms. Add in all the other awesome stuff that Corvettes offer as standard equipment, and this car becomes a very smart choice in a sea of high-priced fiberglass.
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    Shockingly enough, that's factory-applied code 947 Elkhart Green on the curvy fiberglass shape of this Corvette. Nicely maintained over the years, it's been recently treated to a professional buff so the shine is still quite good and the car looks years younger than it should. As with most survivors, the fit of the bodywork is just the way the factory did it, the detailing can serve as a road map for future restorers, and the overall feel is of a solid, complete car that has always been loved. There are, of course, a few signs of use from forty years of fun, but there's just no question that this car lives the good life. A factory luggage rack complements the bright chrome rear bumpers, all of which are in very good condition, as are the emblems and other shiny trim. And the best thing about this car is that it ideally demonstrates the Corvette restorer's ideal of "imperfectly perfect" finish. Cool!
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    The black interior is also amazingly well preserved. The seats have seen the fun of more than 72,000 miles of driving, but there's no sign of excessive wear or split seams, and even the foam underneath is reasonably firm. Nice carpets and door panels offer more evidence that this car didn't sit outside unless it was absolutely necessary, and everything works except the clock, something of a rarity on any old car. The gauges still show bright white-on-black markings with vivid orange pointers and the original radio has been supplanted by a later Pioneer AM/FM/cassette head unit. Of note, this car also carries factory A/C, now converted to R134a refrigerant so it's reliable and easy to service in the future. The black convertible top remains in above-average condition and seals up well, and there's also a color-matched factory hardtop that's just as nice as the rest of the car.
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    The 350 cubic inch L48 provides entertaining performance that's worthy of the Corvette name. It's this car's original, numbers-matching engine and it runs great. With a twin-snorkel air cleaner, the 190 horsepower V8 has a high performance look and Chevy Orange paint brightens up the engine bay. Lots of upgrades in 1973 made the Corvette a lot more civilized, but there's still a great V8 bark from the dual exhaust system and the TH400 3-speed automatic snaps through the gears without hesitating. The underside of the car is quite original, but you can see that it's led a good life even though it's not detailed for show. It starts easily and powers down the road with the kind of effortless ease that only a V8 can deliver and as you'd expect, handling is agile and braking is strong. Factory Rally wheels provide a classic look and they carry 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around.
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    With a known ownership history and some good documents behind it, this is a Corvette with a pedigree that doesn't cost a fortune. Call today!

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  • <h3>2002 Ford Thunderbird Roadster</h3>
    <p>In 1955 Ford created quite...

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    <h3>2002 Ford Thunderbird Roadster</h3>
    <p>In 1955 Ford created quite the buzz when they introduced the original Thunderbird Roadster. With modern styling and a performance oriented attitude with luxury in mind. With that the world had another piece of automotive candy to enjoy. Fast forward to the 21st century and Ford does it again. This one is loaded version of the new Baby Bird in a rare color combination. Here is a low mileage car with a clean Auto-Check and no issues mechanically or cosmetically.</p>
    <h3>Features</h3>
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    <li>Quite, smooth, detailed 3.9 Liter 32 Valve DOHC V8</li>
    <li>Overdrive Automatic Transmission with Floor Shifter</li>
    <li>Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Driver’s Seat, Tilt Steering Wheel, and Remote Entry</li>
    <li>Power Convertible top along with Matching Hardtop</li>
    <li>4 Wheel Independent Suspension and ABS Disc Brakes</li>
    <li>Optional 17 inch Polished Wheels with Michelin P235/50R17 Radials</li>
    <li>160 MPH Speedometer with Trip Set and showing only 31k miles</li>
    <li>Finished in Diamond Gloss Inspiration Yellow</li>
    <li>Leather interior in Black and Yellow</li>
    <li>Tinted Glass in all the windows</li>
    <li>Full factory In Dash Instrumentation with Tachometer</li>
    <li>Twin exterior Rear View Mirrors</li>
    <li>Eligible for Membership in the National T-bird Owners Association </li>
    <li>Just 31368 Produced totally with only 3791 in this color</li>
    <li>Owner’s Manual,Maintenance Guide, and top Instructions Included </li>
    <li>Detailed Engine Bay and Trunk with Mat Jack and Spare</li>
    <li>Mellow Dual Exhaust</li>
    <li>Excellent Chrome and Stainless Trim</li>
    <li>Solid and Clean Undercarriage</li>
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  • <h3>1969 L78 Chevrolet Camaro SS X66 </h3>

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    <h3>1969 L78 Chevrolet Camaro SS X66 </h3>

    <h3> Description</h3>

    <p>Here is a great X66 (396 SS) Camaro. This is one of the penultimate of Camaros, being a numbers matching L78 396 with a minimum of 375 horse power. This well restored unit comes with lots of receipts and specs to show what was done and when and by whom. So, you can answer a lot of those nagging questions that you don’t always have the answers to. Finished in correct Cortez Silver with standard Black interior and the Hockey Stick stripe that has been professionally painted on, not just a decal. This one was an original automatic and the Turbo 400 and all the goodies comes with the car if you would ever want to replace the Muncie M21 that is in it now. The paint is exceptional and the interior is new. The equipment level includes power steering and power brakes with front discs. The exhaust has electrically operated cutouts that work great, if you want to scare the kids next door. If you are looking for a very well done and awesome driving first generation Camaro with all the Ponies don’t miss this opportunity</p>

    <h3>Features</h3>
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    <li>Rebuilt JL code L78 396 Turbo Fire V8 with Hydraulic Cam and Lifters</li>
    <li>Muncie M21 transmission with Hurst shifter and linkage</li>
    <li>Positraction rear end with 3.73 gears </li>
    <li>Variable Ratio Power Steering </li>
    <li>Pedal Ease Power brakes with front discs</li>
    <li>8000RPM tach</li>
    <li>Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with Great Note and Electric Cutouts</li>
    <li>Factory Correct Front Air Dam and Rear Deck Spoiler</li>
    <li>Finished in Correct Cortez Silver Base Coat – Clear Coat</li>
    <li>Factory Correct Black Hockey Stick Stripe that is Painted On</li>
    <li>Original SS Hood with Simulated Intake Ports</li>
    <li>Immaculate Tuxedo Black Strato Bucket Seats</li>
    <li>Full Length Center Console with Storage</li>
    <li>Rock Solid Trunk with Space Saver Spare, Good Mat and Weather Stripping </li>
    <li>Excellent set of BF Goodrich RWL Radials</li>
    <li>Like New GM Rally wheels with Center Caps</li>
    <li>Detailed Engine and Trunk including spare, mat, and jack</li>
    <li>Very nice car Top to Bottom and Front to Back</li>
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  • Not only does this 1951 Ford Deluxe business coupe have a cool retro...

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    Not only does this 1951 Ford Deluxe business coupe have a cool retro look, but it offers a known ownership history back to day one and modern upgrades to make it a lot of fun to drive. A rather rare body style today, it embodies all that was great about the first all-new Fords following the war.
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    You can see immediately why the business coupe is special, particularly in profile, where its sleek three-box design was fairly ground-breaking in 1951. The redesigned Fords that hit the market in1949 were a huge success, but it is this design that's the biggest hit with customizers. Fortunately, this one led an easy life and thanks to the pros at Miller Speedsports in Reno, Nevada, it got a pretty comprehensive makeover in 2008. That's when the bodywork was done, among other things, and today it still looks fantastic. Super clean sheetmetal shows clear reflections, critical when the body is relatively free of ornamentation like this one, and they wisely chose to keep all the original details intact. Bright PPG Victory Red paint certainly helps with the eye appeal and this neat little Ford is anything but subtle. All the chrome trim was likely restored at the same time, including the clean, simple grille, cool side spears leading to the taillights, and the clean rear bumper. The more you look, the more attractive this car becomes.
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    The interior was given a makeover that respects the original design yet adds a few modern functional upgrades. Bench seats fore and aft are trimmed in striped fabric and gray vinyl, so it has a '50s sensibility that's still a little custom. Matching door panels are likewise pretty authentic and all the factory moldings and hardware were retained. That cool two-spoke steering wheel is pure 1950s space-race cool and during the 2008 makeover, the transmission got a T-handle shifter. The big central gauge pod was filled with brand new instruments that look cool and include speed, fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature readings, with the auxiliary controls still doing their designated jobs. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo fits neatly in the center of the dash and the A/C system was installed underneath in such a way as to stay out of sight as much as possible. This car's original appeal was the massive trunk, and it was upholstered in matching gray carpets with neatly trimmed side panels for a clean look.
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    During the 2008 makeover, the original inline-six was replaced with a Ford flathead V8, but in 2012 that, too, was removed and replaced by a 302 cubic inch crate motor from Ford Racing. With an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, it makes a healthy 340 horsepower, probably twice what the flathead was putting out and three times the original six. A big aluminum radiator and lots of chrome dress up the very clean engine bay and long-tube headers feed a Dynomax exhaust system that has a familiar sound. The front suspension was upgraded to a Fat Man Fabrications independent setup at the same time and a rebuilt Ford AOD 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission makes for pretty effortless cruising. With 3.31 gears in back, it goes down the road without working very hard. 15-inch chrome wheels with Ford hubcaps were fitted with 215/75/15 Goodyear wide whitewall radials which really give it a period custom look.
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    Nicely built and sensibly modified, this 100% Ford custom offers tradition and comfort in equal measure. Call today!

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  • The all-new 1955 Chevrolet pickups were a hit with the new truck buying...

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    The all-new 1955 Chevrolet pickups were a hit with the new truck buying public and they remain popular even in the 21st century. This bright red 1955 Chevy 3100 has that classic look and adds some V8 power and an updated interior to combine what is arguably the best-looking truck of the period with modern conveniences that make it a pleasure to drive today.
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    Bright red always works on old pickups, but this isn't some faded old farm truck. No, this one seems to have led a pretty good life showing off its crisp, clean lines and a coat of shiny, but not perfect paint that is only a few years old. It's easy to see why these trucks were a hit, with the forward-canted fenders that make it look fast even sitting still (not that pickup trucks needed to be fast in 1955, but it's still a great look) and a handsome egg crate grille that linked Chevy's truck line with their automotive offerings. The crease that runs from the headlights to the back of the cab and is picked up again in the rear fenders is sharp and well-defined and we especially like the utilitarian look of the side-mounted spare tire. As is customary with a vintage pickup, the bed has been beautifully finished with what appear to be pine boards and body-colored rub strips to tie it all together. Chrome bumpers look substantial and have been polished up and the original taillights have been replaced by '39 Ford units with blue-dot lenses for a bit of a custom twist.
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    With Camaro bucket seats, a center console, and a revised dashboard, it sure doesn't feel like 1955 inside. The gray upholstery and matching details are neutral enough to work anywhere and the whole thing has a very complete, well-thought-out look. Gray carpets help control noise and are a big improvement over the original rubber mat and the doors were cleverly painted gray to help with the illusion. It's fitted with a polished tilt column and a woodgrained steering wheel, so it feels quite modern from the driver's seat. Beautiful vintage-looking gauges monitor all the vitals and look like they belong there with their period lettering and off-white faces. There's also a clever AM/FM/iPod stereo in the original radio's location, so the dash was not cut or modified to accommodate it. And this is what is referred to as a "big window" cab thanks to its wrap-around rear glass that makes it feel bright and airy inside.
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    You could get a V8 in your 1955 Chevy, but the 350 cubic incher that's in there now is a lot more powerful than anything they were building back then. It is, however, dressed pretty faithfully with Chevy Orange on the block and an air cleaner from a 1955 Cadillac, which is a popular period modification. An Edelbrock intake manifold and matching 4-barrel carburetor help build power and the tubular headers feed a set of glasspack-style mufflers that give this old Chevy a fantastic sound. A TH350 3-speed automatic powers a 10-bolt rear end with 3.42 gears inside, so it's a good highway cruiser that still feels quick around town. The suspension is largely stock, but that's not really a bad thing, and power front disc brakes were added to help with safety. Traditional Cragar mags with Mickey Thompson radials add an aggressive look and an ideal stance.
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    Look around and you won't find a whole lot of these trucks finished to this level and still priced affordably. Popularity is increasing, so make this one yours by calling today!

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  • Early Mustang fastbacks like this 1966 2+2 remain a bit of an anomaly,...

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    Early Mustang fastbacks like this 1966 2+2 remain a bit of an anomaly, often pulling larger prices than their drop-top siblings. Is it the fantastic look? The practicality? The relative rarity? Whatever the reason, there are a lot of things to like about this dark blue fastback.
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    What this Mustang offers is a classic high-performance look that doesn’t go overboard, while maintaining that pony spirit that people have admired from day one. The dark blue paint is sophisticated and attractive and not too different from, say, Nightmist Blue. Finish quality is decent all around, making this a car you’ll look forward to driving and one that will make you proud to pull into a favorite cruise night or car show. A small hood scoop and hood pins add a bit of competition styling that fits right on this quick little pony and it’s refreshingly free of stripes and other decals. Instead, the clean shape speaks for itself. Bright chrome bumpers, a few well-placed emblems, and correct polished trim all give it a detailed look that is extremely attractive.
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    The attractive black interior was restored a few years ago and now has that appealing lived-in look that all Mustangs should have. The seat covers, door panels, and carpets were all replaced and still show well, with heavy-duty floor mats to keep things tidy. An aftermarket tilt steering column is actually a very welcome addition to any early Mustang and the fat steering wheel has a vintage look that’s a lot easier to grab. The gauges are quite possibly original and in good order, with auxiliary instruments under the dash in the usual location keeping an eye on the venerable 289 under the hood. That’s an original AM radio still in the dash, although it’s not currently functional and probably due for an upgrade if you want to crank out some tunes during a leisurely drive. We also love the practicality of the fastback, with a fold-down rear seat that expands trunk space exponentially. And speaking of the trunk it’s nicely finished using what appears to be spray-on bedliner material that’ll probably last forever.
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    No early Mustang feels right with anything but a 289 under the hood. Quick to rev, yet surprisingly torquey, it makes this fastback feel quick without working too hard. Ford Blue engine paint, chrome valve covers, and bright red plug wires make for an attractive engine bay that still captures the 1960s. An open-element air cleaner wears a reproduction decal and we love seeing an upgraded power steering rack on an early Mustang, which makes for a very pleasant driving experience. An Edelbrock Performer intake manifold and a Holley 4-barrel are a proven combination that was perfected decades ago, and long-tube headers with performance mufflers give it an awesome exhaust note. The C4 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well and doesn’t dilute the performance feel and according to the door tag, it’s got 3.00 gears out back, so highway cruising is a pleasure. 17-inch American Racing Torque Thrusts wrapped in 225/45/17 radials set a wicked stance that turns heads everywhere this fastback goes.
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    Fastback Mustangs never stick around for very long, and if you want an affordable one that you can drive and show, this is the one. Call today!

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  • The Mercury lead-sled is probably the coolest of the cool in terms of...

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    The Mercury lead-sled is probably the coolest of the cool in terms of classic cruisers, and this fantastically-built 1951 Merc gets everything right. But what’s even more remarkable is that this beautiful chopped show-stopper is a 4-door sedan! Yep, a lead sled that’s also practical, how cool is that?
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    It’s easy to miss those extra doors in the back because the profile is so right. The five-inch top chop was expertly done and blends so seamlessly with the bodywork that you’d need a stock car next to it to see where all the surgery was performed. The classic low, wide look is 100% intact, regardless of how many doors you get, and they seem to have gone the extra mile to camouflage the rear doors as simply quarter windows. Very cool! Of course finish quality is exemplary, with ultra-smooth bodywork that probably took hundreds of hours to get to this condition and two-stage purple urethane paint that simply glows in the sunlight. The more notable mods include the aforementioned top chop plus a DeSoto grille, 1953 Buick side trim, and taillights expertly molded into the rear bumper for a very, very cool effect. The rear fenders were also lengthened and the fender skirts are, of course, a lead sled must-have along with the lake pipes on the side that are beautifully integrated into the bodywork. The door handles are shaved, the hood is nosed and decked, and there’s a 1-piece windshield that definitely helps with the smoothie look. Very, very impressive overall.
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    The two-tone leather interior is equally stunning and more than lives up to the standards set by the exquisite bodywork. Sculpted bucket seats anchor a fully custom-stitched passenger compartment that uses pleats, dramatic styling, and a few modern touches to really drive home the point. A custom-fabricated center console houses the shifter, power window switches, and A/C controls, blending seamlessly into the dramatic twin-cockpit dashboard. Beautiful gauges from Classic Instruments look like they’re straight out of the Art Deco era and that nickel-plated Mercury head shifter knob is the coolest way to change gears we’ve ever seen. The back seat is equally well finished and actually usable by real-world passengers and the suicide-style door openings offer great accessibility without the headaches (literally) normally associated with a chopped top. The trunk is fully finished to match with nicely integrated panels that hide the inner workings of the Ride Tech air suspension and stereo system.
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    You can forget old-tech power under the hood, as this cool custom features modern LS1 horsepower, complete with fuel injection for reliability and performance. Fully chromed, polished, and detailed, the all-aluminum V8 lives happily under the Mercury’s pointed hood and looks awesome sporting custom coil covers with Mercury emblems on their faces. There’s a heck of a lot of custom metalwork under the hood to make it look spectacular and everything is finished just as beautifully as the exterior. A 4L60E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission makes it a superlative high-speed cruiser and there’s a lot of time and effort wrapped up in the chassis to make it functional as well as ultra-low for looks. The suspension offers A-arms up front and a 10-bolt axle out back and there’s a disc brake at all four corners, so this Merc has some rather surprising moves that are wholly unexpected from a lead sled. Wide whites and modified hubcaps with bullets give it the perfect finishing ‘50s look.
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    My mind boggles when I try to imagine how much this car cost to build. Not quite twice as expensive because of twice the number of doors, but surely far more than the asking price. With just 739 miles on the build, this incredible Merc is ready to show at any level. Call today!

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  • A Stunning Example in Excellent Condition Throughout with Huge...

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    A Stunning Example in Excellent Condition Throughout with Huge Specification & Full Lexus Service History

    Has to be One of The Best Available!

    Benefiting From:

    - Full Cream Leather Interior
    - Electric Memory Seats
    - Satellite Navigation
    - Glass Sunroof
    - Parrot Bluetooth
    - Dual Climate Control
    - Electric Open & Close Boot
    - 6 Stack CD System
    - Privacy Glass
    - Tow Kit
    - Roof Bars

    Full Bookpack and Full Lexus Service History from New - Drives like 1/2 the kms!!

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

    Isn’t it time to drive something different?

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  • A Stunning Cayenne 4.5 S In Excellent Condition Throughout with Full...

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    A Stunning Cayenne 4.5 S In Excellent Condition Throughout with Full Porsche Service History & Just 2 Owners From New

    Specification Including:

    Lapis Blue with Black Leather Interior
    Electric Memory Seats
    Satellite Navigation
    Glass Sunroof
    Adjustable Suspension
    BOSE Premium Sound System
    20" 5 Spoke Wheels with Recent Pirelli Tyres
    Dual Climate Control
    Multi Function Steering Wheel
    Privacy Glass
    Tow Pack

    Presented in excellent condition throughout having just been serviced by ourselves including new front brakes

    Complete with full bookpack, full service history and 2 x keys

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

    Isn’t it time to drive something different?

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  • A Stunning Huge Spec ML500 in Excellent Condition Throughout with Most...

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    A Stunning Huge Spec ML500 in Excellent Condition Throughout with Most Desireable Colour Combination - Black with Cream Leather

    Benefitting from:

    - Heated Electric Memory Leather Seats
    - Satellite Navigation
    - Reverse Camera
    - Bluetooth Phone Connectivity
    - Glass Sunroof
    - Keyless Go with Push Start
    - Harmon Kardon Sound System
    - On Board Computer System
    - Park Assist (Front and Rear)
    - Cruise Control
    - Automatic Lights and Wipers

    Recently Serviced and Complete with 2x Keys and Full Bookpack

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

    Isn’t it time to drive something different?

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  • This 2012 Ford Mustang RTR has a 5.0 Liter Coyote V8, 6 Speed Manual...

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    This 2012 Ford Mustang RTR has a 5.0 Liter Coyote V8, 6 Speed Manual Transmission w/ Short Shifter, Limited Edition RTR Model, Special Lower Chin Spoiler , Aluminum Rear Spoiler, Special 19” RTR Wheels w/ Falken Radials, Individually Numbered #57 Signed by Vaughn Gittin Jr., AM/FM/CD Shaker Sound System, Heated Seats, Automatic Headlights, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Seats, Black Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel w/ White Stitching, Bluetooth, Homelink, Power Mirrors, Adjustable Ambient Lighting, Matte Black RTR Body Stripes, Baer Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors, Ford Racing Shocks, Struts, 1” Lowering Springs, K&N Air Filter, Tuned w/ Calibration Tool, Clean Auto Check Showing 1 Owner & No Accidents, Original Window Sticker, Rare, Factory Modified Mustang GT That’s Ready for the Street or Track!!!

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  • This 1975 Oldsmobile Hurst Cutlass has a 350 C.l. Rocket 350 V8, TH350...

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    This 1975 Oldsmobile Hurst Cutlass has a 350 C.l. Rocket 350 V8, TH350 Automatic Transmission, 1 of 1,293 White Hurst Olds Produced in 1975, 1 of 1,324 W-25 Hurst Oldsmobiles, 15” Gold Hurst Wheels w/ BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s, Hurst Hatch Roof, 442 Louvered Hood, Gold Hurst Body Accents, W-25 Fender Badges, Padded Half Roof, Sports Styled Outside Mirrors, Swival Bucket Seats, Console w/ Hurst Dual Gate Shifter, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Air Conditioning, Full Size Spare & Jack, Wood Grain Interior Trim,Digital Tachometer, Tilt Wheel, Power Windows, AM/ FM Radio, Original Hurst Owners Manual Signed by Linda Vaughn, Original Sales Invoice & Vehicle Order Slip, Original Hurst Hatch T-Top Box, Complete Owner History , Folder Full of Receipts! Extensive Documentation & Receipts on This Very Original, Low Mileage Hurst!

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  • This 1998 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has a 5.7 Liter SFI LS1 345 H.P. V8,...

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    This 1998 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has a 5.7 Liter SFI LS1 345 H.P. V8, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, IRS Transaxle w/ Limited Slip, Traction Control, Continuous Variable Real Time Dampening Suspension (F45), 4 Wheel Independent Suspension, Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, Power Speed Sensitive, Power Rack & Pinion Steering, Tilting Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Power Heated Outside Mirrors, Cruise Control, Intermittent Wipers, Dual 6-Way Power Leather Seats, Dual Removable Roof Panels, Memory Package, Remote Passive Key Theft Deterrent System, Power Windows, Power Locks, AM/FM/CD w/ Remote, 12 Disc Changer, Bose Speakers, Dual Climate Controlled Air Conditioning, Body Side Moldings, Fog Lamps, Polished Aluminum 5 Spoke Wheels w/ Goodyear Run Flats, Only 61,xxx Miles! Great Color Combo & Great Condition C5! Ready to Enjoy!!

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  • For some guys, going too far is what it’s all about. Don Yenko was such...

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    For some guys, going too far is what it’s all about. Don Yenko was such a guy, and in 1969, he started stuffing 427s into the compact Nova and created the Deuce—a car that really should be kept in a cage. Since there are only seven or so known to exist today, you can imagine how expensive and highly sought they are. So what’s a guy to do?
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    Well, you build your own. This neat little 1969 Nova gets the look just right: one part low-buck grocery-getter, three parts street brawler, and one part polished debutante. The result is more than just a dressed-up Nova SS, but a car that will get attention just for looking good. A lot of the credit must go to the icy blue paint, which was apparently a favorite of Yenko’s but seldom seen on muscle cars of the era. Combined with the white stripes, it has a very polished, upscale look that works rather well here. Bodywork is good and the paint, while older, still has a nice shine. Sure, there are a few imperfections here and there, but couple that cool color with the stripe work, and the look is pretty sweet. Hood inserts are the way the factory made it rather than some cowl-induction setup and with a blacked-out grille and some nice chrome, the car looks bright, crisp, and nicely finished.
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    The interior remains standard-issue Nova, albeit really clean and nicely trimmed. Basic black is the color of choice in a car like this, and the recent seat covers, door panels, and carpets really dress things up inside. The 3-spoke steering with a fat, easy-to-grip rim adds a bit of a sporty look to the otherwise simple surroundings. Factory gauges cover the basics of speed and fuel level, with a trio of auxiliary dials hanging under the dash for watching oil pressure, temperature, and voltage. There is no radio, so it’s ripe for the setup of your choice, and like most Novas, it’s light on options which is the only way to fly if you’re looking for maximum performance. The important thing here is how nicely it’s all finished, and in that regard, this car really succeeds. Even the back seat looks great! The trunk is covered in proper spatter paint and you can see that there’s really nothing to hide here.
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    Yenko was using big blocks, but the 350 cubic inch V8 in this Nova gives it startling performance without the complications of a larger engine. It’s obvious that good money was spent here, from the bright chrome details to the Chevy Orange block to the rumbling exhaust note. A Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold are a combination that was perfected years ago so the sucker runs superbly and with long-tube headers, the torque curve is robust. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission snaps off easy upshifts and is always read to drop down a gear and the 10-bolt rear end has a Posi inside, so no more wasted power. Flowmaster mufflers act as a warning to the unwary that this car is serious about its job and the stance from the BF Goodrich white letter 215/70/15 front and 215/70/15 rear tires on Rallye wheels is exactly right.
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    Clean, affordable performance, this slick little Nova offers all the right ingredients. Yenko fans, Nova fans, Chevy fans, everyone can agree that this is a cool car. Call now!

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  • We see a lot of Chevy pickups, but relatively few GMCs, and as a result,...

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    We see a lot of Chevy pickups, but relatively few GMCs, and as a result, this 1978 GMC High Sierra is a rather unusual find. A little more upscale than its Chevy siblings, this one includes a strong-running small block V8, a decent list of comfort and convenience options, and a nicely preserved overall presentation that will help its status as a future collectable.
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    It’s quite possible that this truck wears its original paint, and aside from some very minor factory-style orange peel in the finish, it looks fantastic. Trucks rarely led easy lives and in 1978 not a lot of guys were buying vehicles like this as collectors’ items, so finding one that wasn’t worked hard is none too easy. Go over it carefully and there’s no evidence that it was ever wrecked or rusty and the squared-off look of these trucks will remain popular for decades to come. The regular cab/short bed combination is the one to own if you want to drive and enjoy your pickup, making for a more maneuverable package that feels just about the right size pulling into the Home Depot parking lot. That six-foot bed is in remarkably good condition overall and uses chrome bed rails to help secure cargo. Other dress-up pieces include the chrome window visors, a beautiful set of factory bumpers, a grille that looks like new, and a cool spotlight on the driver’s side.
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    A matching burgundy interior is a nice combination of working-class functionality and luxury, offering a vinyl seat cover that wears like iron and still looks great, reasonably plush carpets that make the GMC feel quieter and more luxurious inside, and brushed aluminum trim to brighten things up a bit. Options include ice cold factory A/C and the original AM/FM radio, plus a full array of factory gauges. Heavy-duty rubber floor mats are probably a good idea in a truck that can still earn its keep around the house and with a column shifter, there’s plenty of room for three-across seating in a pinch. The dash pad is remarkably well-preserved and this is one of those rare vehicles where you can climb in and instantly feel like you’ve been driving it all your life.
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    Power comes from America’s favorite V8, a 350 cubic inch crate small block. The engine bay is quite clean and offers a few dress-up parts like the chrome air cleaner lid and a set of finned valve covers that always look good. An aluminum intake with a good old Rochester 4-barrel carburetor give it snappy throttle response and plenty of torque for doing trucky things and with a true dual exhaust system and glasspack-style mufflers, it sounds like a V8 should sound. The truck’s originality is highlighted by the original jack and tire iron still living under the hood along with R12 refrigerant in the A/C system. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission provides reliability and an unobtrusive demeanor and the original rear end still hangs on factory leaf springs, so it doesn’t mind doing a little hauling now and then. Factory Rally wheels look especially good on these trucks, with this pickup carrying big 275/60/15 Cooper truck radials.
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    We never seem to be able to keep these in stock, and trucks like this have all the hallmarks of future collectables: good memories, fun to drive, and easy to service, and this is a great choice. Call today!

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  • We've sold a lot of R107 Mercedes-Benz SLs, and the one thing we've...

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    We've sold a lot of R107 Mercedes-Benz SLs, and the one thing we've learned is that they're all good cars. Those that rise to the top are like this 1984 380SL with a great color combination and careful ownership to make them delightful hobby vehicles.
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    Still looking like you need to be wealthy to own one, this 380SL neatly bridges the practical and the whimsical. A two-seat convertible isn't exactly what you think of when you imagine a sensible vehicle, but given the indestructible build quality and timeless good looks, there are certainly much worse places to park some money. The white paint isn't a cop magnet like bright red might be, but the elegant and restrained styling wears it better than most cars of its age and there can't be many cars that are more widely recognized as the ultimate status symbol than an SL. Fit and finish are quite good, as you'd expect from Mercedes-Benz, and the paint has held up well over the past three decades. The federalized bumpers are so ubiquitous now that we hardly even notice them on these cars, and with the top; down, it definitely casts a dashing profile. It's impossible not to look good in this car.
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    The dark blue leather interior is a welcome upgrade over the usual MB-TEX vinyl, and while it shows some signs of use and age on the driver's seat, quality materials have held up in the long run. Plus carpets were another ingredient in making this car look and feel luxurious and those are real wood inlays on the center console. Big, bold instruments were the same throughout R107 production, as was the giant steering wheel that feels substantial in your hands. Features include automatic climate control, power windows and mirrors, cruise control, and its original Becker Grand Prix AM/FM/cassette stereo system that still sounds pretty good. All SLs were convertibles, of course, and they all came with removable hardtops, which seals up as tightly as a closed car for inclement weather. It also includes a nice-fitting convertible top that stows surprisingly easily and the trunk is beautifully upholstered in more of that deep pile carpet.
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    The 380SL was powered by a 3.8 liter V8 engine that was smaller than most but made up for it with a broad torque curve and impeccable road manners. The SOHC engine pulls eagerly from almost any speed, although the SL's forte is, and always has been, luxurious grand touring at high speeds, and for that the little V8 is ideally suited. The engine bay shows signs of conscientious maintenance throughout and runs superbly. Service records are available for most of its 84,000 miles and if you're familiar with these cars, you understand that 84K really isn't much at all. The 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission gives this SL very long legs on the highway and makes this among the best vehicles for long road trips. The underside is exceptionally clean thanks to a lifetime of living down south where the weather is kind to steel, and the burbling exhaust system is just the right mix of bravado and sophistication. Factory alloys should look familiar to Mercedes-Benz fans and they carry recent 14-inch Michelin radials.
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    Documented with owner's manuals, maintenance records, and an original warranty card, this is a nicely preserved SL that's still ready to live the good life. Call today!

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  • The actual name of this cool Corvette is the 2007 Chevrolet Corvette Z06...

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    The actual name of this cool Corvette is the 2007 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows Championship Edition, a mouthful to say, but it’ll leave you speechless when you’re behind the wheel. Named after champion Canadian driver Ron Fellows, who has piloted the latest C6R to victory around the world, it’s an awesome way to commemorate both a great drive and a great machine.
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    The Fellows Edition is the first Z06 to be available in Arctic White, which we’ve always found to be an excellent choice on a Corvette. Of course, any special edition is incomplete without some special graphics, and this one delivers. Included with the package are red and silver hash marks on the front fenders, Grand Sport style, and if you look closely, you’ll also see his signature and a Canadian flag motif buried within. There’s also a subtle rear spoiler that probably works as intended when you’re probing the considerable limits of the Z06’s performance envelope, as well as the flashy Corvette banner along the top of the windshield. With just 3,387 original miles, you know it’s exemplary, and as any Corvette fan will tell you, a low-mileage, limited edition car with some racing heritage is almost as good as money in the bank.
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    The upgrades continued inside, where the Fellows Edition received a comprehensive makeover that includes two-tone red and black leather seats with Z06 embroidery, carbon-fiber instrument panel trim, and there’s another Ron Fellows signature on the center console. This car also carries the two lone options available on the Z06, navigation and On-Star, making it the one to own. Like the exterior, condition is exemplary throughout, everything works, and a set of heavy-duty floor mats have been added for protection. And it’s still practical, with a ton of storage space under the rear hatch. To date, there still isn’t another car that can run with a Z06 at this price. Zero.
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    The reason for that is easy. Under the forward-tilting hood is a 427 cubic inch all-aluminum small block. Yeah, 427 cubic inches in a lightweight package definitely makes for some entertaining performance. The Fellows Edition wears the same red coil covers as the standard Z06, mostly because it simply looks awesome, and all the performance hardware is first-rate. Despite all the aftermarket goodies available for these cars, this one remains wonderfully stock, which is what you want from an investment standpoint. The sub-frames are magnesium and the chassis is aluminum to save weight, making this Corvette a wonderful dance partner on the track. The heavy-duty 6-speed gets revised ratios, and there’s a special exhaust system that helps the big-inch block breathe. Nothing has been modified or altered, making this a true preservation piece, right down to the original 275/35/18 front and 325/30/19 rear Goodyears, which are mounted on chrome wheels that add even more sparkle to an already extraordinary-looking car.
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    Paperwork includes the original window sticker, owner's manual, bill of sale, dealer invoice, and maintenance records, so you can put them in your portfolio with your stock certificates. But the real bottom line is that someone paid a fortune to own this most rare of Z06s, and now it’s your chance to score a bargain. Call today!

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  • When you go old school, you need to do it right, and it’s more than just...

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    When you go old school, you need to do it right, and it’s more than just starting with the right vehicle. This 1951 Ford F100 pickup absolutely nails the mid-60s custom look with a perfect stance, awesome flathead power, and a great color scheme that seems crazy on paper but really works in person.
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    You’d think that powder blue would be a mistake on a V8 truck with an attitude, but it turns out that it’s exactly right. Of course, it helps if the truck in question is one of the best-looking pickups ever designed, the Ford F100, but if you hadn’t seen this one in person, you’d probably never believe how right it looks. A big part of that is the clean bodywork underneath, which only enhances the shine and gives you something to look at beyond the subtle paint. Nothing on the body has been chopped, shaved, or deleted, although the use of white paint on some of the trim works extremely well in this case. The finish is shiny and bright, a perfect 1950s hue that seems right at home on the vintage pickup’s rounded bodywork. A few chrome bits remain, including the bumpers, the hood trim, and the door handles, and the bed has been finished in dark-stained oak. You’ll also note there’s a trunk in the bed for more secure storage and a nice-fitting tonneau cover to keep the elements out.
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    The interior keeps it equally simple and it’s every bit as effective as the exterior. A gray cloth seat cover is both comfortable and practical, which is definitely something you want in a truck that’s going to get driven. The door panels are nothing more than painted steel, but the use of two-tone coloring makes it look artistic, not merely functional. Rubber mats on the floor are easy to maintain, especially in a truck, and the big steering wheel offers a commanding view of the road. Original gauges are in good order and look surprisingly up-to-date with their silver faces and orange needles. It’s not much for creature comforts, but that’s true of a lot of great customs, but there is an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit under the dash. An under-dash heater is a welcome option and aftermarket turn signals have been added and it’s remarkable that they were still optional even in 1951.
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    The engine is a venerable Ford flathead V8, which is always a welcome choice in a vintage hot rod like this. It’s brightly painted in corporate read paint and uses an original-style 1-barrel carburetor, so it looks quite correct and hasn’t been over-dressed for duty. Heck, it still runs the original-style generator, which has been recently rebuilt. It’s backed by a 3-speed manual transmission and the stock rear end, so it’s still ready to work as a pickup yet scoots through traffic without feeling too truck-like. Custom flathead exhaust headers feed a custom dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers so it has that vintage hi-performance sound and the suspension has been lowered just enough to give it a nasty stance without killing ride quality. Big BFGoodrich wide whites on simple black steel wheels with chrome trim give it an almost factory look that’s just different enough to stand out.
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    A very neat little truck that’s a lot of fun to drive and easy to love if you’re from a certain era. It’s one of those vehicles where old and new are seamlessly blended to create a fantastic cruiser. Call today!

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  • Recent sales show that the venerable T-bucket is as popular today as...

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    Recent sales show that the venerable T-bucket is as popular today as ever. Maybe it's a wave of nostalgia for retro-rods or maybe it's because they're just plain cool, but I strongly suspect that this 1924 T-bucket won't sit in the showroom for very long.
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    It's hard to date a T-bucket simply because the design is retro and hasn't changed all that much over the decades (if you changed it, it wouldn't be a T-bucket, now would it?). This one has a timeless old-school look, and I'm sure many of you guys of a certain age probably remember seeing cars just like this at the Auto-O-Rama each year. This one gets a lot of things right, including the stance, the rake of the body, and those way too cool rear fenders which are removable if you want a totally traditional T. Paint and finish work are quite good for being a few years old and the color works whether you look at it from a '70s point of view or today, so no worries about it looking dated, now or in the future. Other traditional T-bucket details include the upholstered rear deck, the period taillights, and a moto-meter atop the radiator up front. All the chrome and brass has been recently polished to really make it shine, and the exposed areas of the front frame were just repainted.
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    Minimalism is the word when you get into a T-bucket, and this one does it right with diamond-tufted upholstery that's period-perfect. The nearly vertical steering column is also a big part of the T-bucket experience and it's topped with an authentic brass and wood steering wheel that probably dates from 100 years ago. A full array of period Stewart-Warner gauges are laid out along an oak dashboard and joined by a modern AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the corner. In true Model T fashion, there's only one door on the passenger's side, but if you remove the top, hopping in is extremely easy from any angle. A 2-piece windshield has a neat rake and folds for even more of an open-air experience and the radically peaked convertible top adds to the car's wild look.
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    Small block Chevy power always works well in a T-bucket because of the interesting exhaust port configuration, and this one is an old-school 327. There's a mild cam inside to make it cackle through those side pipes but not so radical that it becomes difficult to drive and someone recently invested a lot of time and money getting the mechanicals into top condition. There's an Edelbrock 4-barrel under that scoop and the intake manifold was recently painted so it looks great out there in the open. The entire ignition system was serviced including new plugs and wires, the block and transmission case were repainted, and fresh chrome covers for the timing chain and distributor were installed, so it's ready to rock. The TH400 3-speed automatic transmission is probably overkill for something this light with small block power, but you'll probably never break it, and all the brakes were completely serviced, including fresh rotors, lines, and friction materials. It's finished with a set of traditional big-n-little wire wheels and right-sized tires for the ideal T-bucket look.
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    It's not hard to understand the appeal of a T- bucket: lots of power in a lightweight package. This one has a wonderful early look and for fans of the golden years of hot rodding, it's a great choice. Call today!

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  • 1968 Mustang Coupe, 88,000 original miles, recent restoration, solid...

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    1968 Mustang Coupe, 88,000 original miles, recent restoration, solid body & floors, 200 6-cylinder engine, automatic transmission, car is like new condition and runs out the same.

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  • This Big Dog has some bite!! Equipped with a carbureted S&S 117 c.i....

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    This Big Dog has some bite!! Equipped with a carbureted S&S 117 c.i. power-plant, Baker 6-speed transmission, BDM Balance Drive system, 280mm rear tire on 20 inch billet rim, 130mm front tire on 23 inch billet rim, custom controls and gauge package, front / rear disc, shorty exhaust and the list goes on. A totally custom handcrafted bike for a great price!

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  • This black on black 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo ("Concourse Estate"...

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    This black on black 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo ("Concourse Estate" model, 2 door hard top, Series 13800 Sport Coupe) has only 65,735 miles and FIVE brand new tires! It has the L65 engine, (350 c.u., V8 overhead valve 165 HP), plus Edelbrock, power brakes, Muncie/Hurst shifter (fully synchronous 3 speed manual). It also has a black vinyl top, bucket seats, fresh interior upholstery (recovered by last owner), Chevrolet rally wheels, and cold AC! Super clean car, runs, drives & sounds great! NO ISSUES! Only asking $16,500 or best offer.

    WE LOVE TRADES! We especially love MUSCLE cars, CLASSIC, or COLLECTOR cars, any shape or size TRUCKs, and we will also entertain offers that include ATV's, motorcycles, or nice RV's. Just call or text ANGELA at 478-258-8604 & tell me what you have! LET'S TALK!

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  • This is a well cared for 1966 Chevy Chevelle SS (Clone) with a brand new...

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    This is a well cared for 1966 Chevy Chevelle SS (Clone) with a brand new 396 (only 3000 miles!), new odometer, Flow-masters, Rally rims, "2002 Corvette Red" paint job plus clear coat, Holley 750 double pumper carburetor, electric fan & fuel pump, automatic transmission with 383 gears, original shifter (3 speed powerglide), factory gauges, and an Alpine stereo system. Car was frame-off restored about 10 years ago, when new motor was installed by a Nascar mechanic. This car was recently featured in a music video shot in Atlanta for Danny Boone (formerly of the band Rehab). The song (and the LP) is called "Fish Grease" and you can see it on YouTube! THIS MUSCLE MACHINE LOOKS, SOUNDS & DRIVES GREAT and gets ALOT of ATTENTION! Car sells with current registration and bill of sale only. Asking $27,250 negotiable. We love TRADES! We will consider any MUSCLE, COLLECTOR OR CLASSIC car, any shape or size Pickup Truck, and also ATVs, motorcycles, trailers & RVs. Just call or text ANGELA at 478-258-8604 and tell me what you have! LET'S TALK!

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2003 Chevrolet Corvette 50th...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2003 Chevrolet Corvette 50th Anniversary Indianapolis 500 Pace Car for purchase. To commemorate a half-century of Corvette production, a 50th Anniversary edition was released as a special package with performance and style upgrades.

    This is an excellent example of this special edition in near-perfect condition with very low miles. It is all stock except for Flow Master mufflers. It is powered by the original 5.7L LS1 V8 engine paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission w/ overdrive. It features the transparent removable roof panel, magnetic selective ride control, heads up display, power telescoping steering wheel, power 4-wheel disc brakes, active handling, traction control system, 4-wheel independent suspension, power speed sensitive rack and pinion steering, limited slip differential, all decals (some are on), keyless entry, CD stereo with Bose speakers, dual zone climate control, leather seats, cruise control, 6-way power seats, and new tires. This low mileage beauty is a one-owner car that has always been stored and well maintained. This car is stunning inside, outside, and underneath! Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe for purchase. For the second time in as many years, Chevrolet again came up with a totally new car. From the front or rear the 1959 Chevrolets resembled nothing else on the road. From the headlights, placed as low as the law would allow, to the cats-eye tail lights, the 1959 Chevrolet was a brand new car with all new sheet metal, a new frame, and even new series names. The most visual new change was the flat, wing shaped tailfins. These are really cool full-size cars that scream retro style!

    This ’60 Bel Air is a nice restoration that awesomely shows the amazing character of these cars. It is powered by a 350ci V8 (mild cam & headers) and automatic transmission. It features front disc brakes, Alpine CD player/radio, American Racing wheels, Grant GT steering wheel, B & M shifter, new interior, and built-in speakers. This is a great running car with a ton of curb appeal. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T-top Coupe for purchase. The Firebird Trans-Am, as well as the other models of the time, faced tough government restrictions in the early 70’s. Most makes backed off and went in different directions, but Pontiac fought “the man” at every turn. The Trans Am in the late 70’s was the pop culture muscle car because of this reason and very popular collector cars today.

    This ’78 Trans Am received a frame-on restoration that was completed in 2012. It was repainted in its original Cameo White paint with new decals and Carmine cloth interior. It’s powered by the original 400ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. It features an aftermarket radio, power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, new headliner, new battery, new rotors, new radiator, new water pump, and a rebuilt alternator. This car runs and drives great. The legend of the Trans Am lives on! Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Hardtop Coupe for purchase. Oldsmobile had their own A-body muscle car to go along with the Chevelle, GTO, and Gran Sport for the height of the muscle car era. In 1972, the 442 returned to an option package as some buyers wanted to be more conservative with rising gas prices and insurance rates. However, properly equipped examples (like this one) were still classic muscle examples that will get anyone’s heart pumping behind the wheel. These classics are known for their styling, performance, reliability, and availability of parts making them a great investment and a ton of fun.

    This 442 came exceptionally optioned with a factory 455ci V8 paired with a 400 turbo hyrdromatic transmission. It came with the W30 package making 300 horsepower. It also features dual gate (his-her shifter), aluminum 12-hole rear axle, W-29 appearance & handling package, 3:42 gears with anti-spin posi, aluminum radiator with twin electric fans, 3” exhaust system, 4-wheel disc brakes, MSD distributor, fiberglass hood, rallye suspension, air conditioning, 4-barrel carburetor, and dual exhaust. This car was just purchased in Florida 2 years ago and is exceptionally clean. This is a really tight car that is awesome 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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  • Modified, beefed up and unique Broncos are a hot commodity here at the...

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    Modified, beefed up and unique Broncos are a hot commodity here at the GR Auto Gallery. We love the originals that have been restored or true to its roots, however seeing a person with great vision take a Bronco and making it their own is fantastic to witness. This Bronco has been a recipient of many modifications and retains the low cost of ownership compared to many other high priced ones on the market. You can drive it, two-track it, tow it, and go mudding without any hesitations. This badass Bronco has plenty of power, plenty of clearance and built well enough to take what you can throw at it, but also not too nice where you will cringe if you get a scratch on it while two tracking and chasing down Bigfoot!

    With 33in Mastercraft Courser tires recently mounted to the truck and a long list of other great upgrades. Popup moonroof, roll bar, 3ARacing sport seats, aftermarket heater, kicking stereo, tow package, luggage rack, dual exhaust, front and rear locking differentials, and new Edelbrock air cleaner. Vehicle also has a soft top that comes with it and front tubular steel bumper with hitch receiver.

    It is in nice condition and ready for any adventure while not costing too much to enjoy. All lights are working properly, wipers function properly and gauges seem to respond as they should. Time to jumpstart your lifestyle and take the road less travelled or better yet, make your damn path in this beast!

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

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  • 1963 Porsche 356 B S-90 Reuter T6 Cabriolet. This car had a complete...

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    1963 Porsche 356 B S-90 Reuter T6 Cabriolet. This car had a complete floor pan off restoration in 1983, including a new floor pan from Stoddard and new side bulk heads. The Porsche was completely stripped to the metal and all the bodywork redone. As you can see in the picture before this car was restored (refer to the old scan of the brown Porsche) it was a pretty sound car. 1983 was a long time ago, but since then, this car has maybe had about 2000 miles put on it!

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  • 2005 Chevrolet MALIBU 4DR GOLD Stock # KY104 NB7779575
    2005 CHEVROLET...

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    2005 Chevrolet MALIBU 4DR GOLD Stock # KY104 NB7779575
    2005 CHEVROLET MALIBU

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    4DR GOLD

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    FOR OVER 400 CLASSIC CARS FOR SALE OR TRADE AT ALL TIMES; SITE UPDATED DAILY; http://www.facebook.com/SouthBeachClassics

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  • 1964 Nova Chevy II 400 Wagon

    - Being offered on Ebay until Oct 19th...

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    1964 Nova Chevy II 400 Wagon

    - Being offered on Ebay until Oct 19th

    - 4th Owner / 35K Original Miles

    - 2010 New Mechanical / Orig Interior / New Carpet

    - 6-Cylinder / 194 ci / 120hp

    - Power Steering / Power Drum Brakes / Power Glide Transmission

    - Push Button AM Radio (Still Working) / Padded Dash / Tinted Windshield & Windows

    - Deluxe Steering Wheel / Day-Night Mirror

    - Windshield Washer (Orig glass bottle) / Blue Deluxe Vinyl Interior

    - Silver Blue Paint (Nice Patina) with some touched up areas

    - Deluxe Wheel Covers / Chrome Roof Rack / Spare Tire / Back Up Lights

    - Seat Belts and Passenger Side Mirror Added / Engine Compartment Detailed

    - New Floor Pans Installed by Prev Owner Due to Sitting for 16 Years (mice)

    - New Chrome Bumpers / Tachometer Added / New Tires

    - All Electrical in Working Order / Cruises Great at 65 MPH

    - Call 574-271-8618

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  • This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 has a 396 C.I. (375 HP) L78 V8...

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    This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 has a 396 C.I. (375 HP) L78 V8 (Numbers Matching), Automatic Turbo 400 Transmission (Numbers Matching), 12 Bolt Rear w/ 3.55:1 Posi Trac Ratio, Highly Documented SS 396 Car, Original Build Sheet, Original Protect-O-Plate, Copy of Original Window Sticker, Correct Dusk Blue Exterior w/ Sport Striping, Correct Parchment/Black Vinyl Interior, Correct White Vinyl Top, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, 15” SS Wheels w/ Goodyear Polyglas Tires, Full Size Spare & Jack in Trunk, Wood Grain Steering Wheel, AM Radio, Correct Chambered Dual Exhaust System, Domed SS Hood, Wheel Opening Moldings, Chrome Valve Covers, Chrome Air Cleaner, Highly Documented, True SS 396 Chevelle That Has Been Expertly Restored!

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  • 1966 Dodge Polara 2dr Hard Top:

    - Original Mississipi Car with...

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    1966 Dodge Polara 2dr Hard Top:

    - Original Mississipi Car with 2-24-1966 Certicard still in the engine compartment
    - No RUST on the body, frame, floors or trunk
    - 440 ci (Original silver 383 automatic with A/C car)
    - 4-spd manual
    - 391 Posi
    - Two Tone Blue Interior
    - Very Straight Body (contains one small scratch near rear antenna)
    - New Front Shocks
    - Rear Air Shocks
    - Drives 70 mph down the highway with no vibrations
    - Very fast, nice cam, great sounding and performing vehicle
    - Original Air Car (No longer has a/c set up, but contains the factory dash with original a/c vents)

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  • Mopar Mania is alive and strong here at the GR Auto Gallery with this...

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    Mopar Mania is alive and strong here at the GR Auto Gallery with this monster Challenger SRT8 392. The newly updated Challenger SRT8 gets a whole new engine in 2011 model year that also brings with it a ground pounding 470HP and 470lbs of torque. This equates to a massive amount of power to the driver and even better one that holds the road very well and impresses any critic that drives this powerhouse. Factory features include; Navigation System, On-Board computer, heated front seats, sport seats, massive 20in wheels, Brembo brakes, auto climate control, xenon headlights, and much more.

    This one owner Challenger comes from the warm sunny Arizona climate and has never seen the snow or salt of the Midwest. Car has been pampered and finely tuned with some very nice tasteful upgrades to the body and for the performance of the vehicle. Ordered in the very rare Toxic Orange exterior which is believed to only have a total of 100 come out of the factory in this amazing color. Wheels have been custom painted in the toxic orange to match and are a one of a kind feature, no one else will have these. Further enhancements over and above the factory features include; custom painted valve covers, Petty Racing strut bar, Magna Flow Exhaust and cold air intake and filter, Hammer pistol grip shifter, gray marbled interior trim, rear metal louvers on window, and painted to match front spoiler and side scoops. With the upgrades the car is told to be close to the 520hp mark and still gets over 28mpg on the highway in economy mode! This car is in remarkable shape inside and out and has been enjoyed but also well cared for by the owner.

    Vehicle comes with many factory booklets and manuals, service records, newer set of tires installed just a month ago and both factory keys. It runs strong; sounds mean and is very close to a one of a kind SRT8. Clean Carfax and clean title also come along and a car that has seen at least 60% of it depreciation already realized by the original owner.

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

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