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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner Convertible for purchase. Named for Henry Ford's Dearborn estate, Ford's premium Fairlane line debuted alongside the original Thunderbird for 1955. These new top-line cars helped Ford record its best sales year since 1923. The 1957 redesign is maybe one of the best bodies ever to come out of Detroit. It sat with a lower profile and maintains the sweeping lines of the full-figured 50’s classics. The 500 Sunliner was the top trim level and quite honestly it’s simply difficult to walk by one without stopping and staring for a considerable amount of time.

    This car is a stunner in Torch Red and Colonial White. It was purchased in 2010 in Indiana before receiving a full restoration. The restoration is to stock specifications leaving a 1957 showroom appearance that is beautiful. It is powered by a Y-block 312ci V8 engine paired with a 3-speed manual column shift. The power convertible top works great and is easy to use. This car looks better the closer you look! Everything from the chrome to the upholstery to the underneath looks new. 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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  • Hanksters
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    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA...

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    Hanksters
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    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA 15748
    724-471-2975
    Visit Hanksters online at Hanksters.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 724-471-2975 today to schedule your visit.
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    10 bolt front end
    12 bolt rear end
    3.73 gears
    4 wheel power drum brakes
    454 big block Chevy engine
    4x4 half ton
    After market wheels
    Aftermarket 2nd fuel tank
    Air conditioning
    Black paint with matching cap
    Built in overhead console
    Built in switch panel
    Chrome headers
    Class 3 trailer hitch
    Cobra 21x CB
    Factory Dash and gauges
    Front air dam
    Lock in lock out hub
    New bumpers
    New dual exhaust
    New Michelin tires
    Rear slider window
    Sun visor
    Tilt steering column
    Turbo 400 automatic
    Valor grey and black seats
    Volt gauge and Send tank gauge

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1953 Ford F100 Pickup for...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1953 Ford F100 Pickup for purchase. 1953 was the first year of the 2nd generation of Ford F-series trucks and it was the first year using the designations that still last today (F100, F250, etc). More options also became available including the first offering of an automatic transmission. Ford was changing trucks from strictly used as farm equipment to something you wouldn’t actually mind driving for more than 100 yards at a time. Today in the classic world these trucks are gaining popularity for their timeless style and many end up as “restomods” where modern technology added allows you to cruise today’s streets in style.

    Due to the fact almost every truck was purchased for work purposes finding solid metal body examples is very rare. This truck came out of Nevada in 2006 with a full restoration. It’s powered by a 390ci V8 engine and automatic transmission. A lot of money was invested in every little detail of this really cool build resulting in a beautiful ’53 pickup in Dupont Royal Red. It has many cool features that include: aluminum valve covers, power disc brakes, RV cam shaft, chrome water pump, chrome alternator, chrome power steering, Vintage air conditioning, 10-disc CD player, keyless entry with door poppers, power windows, Cragar wheels, oak bed, dual exhaust, custom chrome bumpers, Edelbrock carburetor, custom interior, and Ford 9” rear end with Mustang II front end assembly. This truck is in show condition and is a lot of fun to drive. It is a great cruiser 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 www.grautogallery.com

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1972 Buick Riviera Coupe for...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1972 Buick Riviera Coupe for purchase. The Buick Riviera has been Buick's top of the line 4 passenger coupe since 1963. Buicks commitment to luxury and quality was in full swing in those days as stiff completion between the Big Three kept Buick on its toes with radical changes in design in all generations on the model. The third generation Riviera is recognizable by its bold design incorporating a boattail style line in the rear deck lid. These highly optioned cars of the early 70's were the end of an era where size did matter when it came to American luxury. Their size and bold retro styling going down the road and sitting on the show lawn have made this generation of Riviera's a comeback classic car with an expanded market for these standouts.

    This ’72 Buick Riviera is a 3-owner car that was purchased new at Chuck Naiman Buick in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This car is an awesome big and bold Riviera and it looks great in the rare Charcoal Mist factory paint color. It’s powered by the 455ci V8 engine and automatic transmission. In the last couple years, the current owner has extensively gone through the car mechanically with a full tune-up including a new water pump, new radiator, air conditioning converted to R134 (is working great), rebuilt carburetor, replaced lights, and more. This car has also received new carpet, new upholstery, and a new windshield. This car runs and drives great and is a really impressive car ready to go to the next owner. 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 1963 Chevrolet Corvette...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible for purchase. The Corvette launched its 2nd generation with the birth of the Stingray with a complete redesign barely resembling its predecessors. The Stingray was lighter, had independent suspension, and was aerodynamically tested. The only American cars that could produce similar speed were large, heavy Super Stock optioned Mopars and Super Duty Pontiacs. For the first time, the United States had mass produced a true all-around sports car.

    This car is being offered for sale for the first time publicly with the current owner and father owning for the last 35 years. The car is a very solid body car that has believed to possess original Ermine White paint without ever being taken apart. It’s powered by a 327ci V8 engine and rarely found automatic transmission. This car is mechanically sound and runs and drives great. 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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  • 1971 Chevy Camaro for sale (PA) - $6,500
    '71 Chevy Camaro - Project...

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    1971 Chevy Camaro for sale (PA) - $6,500
    '71 Chevy Camaro - Project Vehicle
    2 Doors. REDUCED PRICE!!!!
    Exterior paint is stripped down to bare metal.
    New Bucket seats, hood & emblems.
    Needs paint & interior work.
    Ready to be put back together!!
    Runs good, Good automatic transmission
    '90 366 4-Bolt Tall Deck engine.
    Great Father & Son project!!
    This vehicle has been well maintained & garage kept.
    Asking- $6,500 REDUCED ; Located- Perkiomenville, PA
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    Call Scott @ 484-614-6709

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  • The 5th generation Vette began in 1997 and ended with the 2004 model...

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    The 5th generation Vette began in 1997 and ended with the 2004 model year. The new LS1 enabled the C5 to reach a top speed of 181 mph. The LS1 is an all aluminum small block V8 that was initially rated at 345 hp and but was increased to 350 hp in 2001. The new engine combined with the new body enable the C5 to achieve up to 28 mpg on the highway. Not only that but the C5 delivers a combination of acceleration and handling performance matched only by the Dodge Viper, Porsche 911 Carrera and other exotics all of which cost significantly more. This particular example is equipped with a 6 speed manual transmission and was optioned with black paint, a black top and a gorgeous Light Oak interior. It was also optioned with the polished aluminum wheels as well as the 1SC package which includes a 6 way passenger seat, sport seats, a dual zone A/C, auxiliary lamps, a memory package, electro chromic mirrors, a heads up instrument display, twilight sentinel and a telescopic power steering column. This is a 2 owner car that currently has 38,531 miles. It has been pampered since day one and shows as you would expect. We have priced this beauty as if it has average mileage but it has been driven less than 3,000 miles a year. If you could see this sweet Vette sitting in your driveway your better pick up the phone before someone else does because at this price the car is sure to sell as quickly as it moves! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com

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  • 1971 Pontiac GTO for sale (MD) - $20,000
    '71 Pontiac GTO Coupe
    In good...

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    1971 Pontiac GTO for sale (MD) - $20,000
    '71 Pontiac GTO Coupe
    In good mechanical condition!!
    Gold exterior paint
    with Green interior.
    Manual transmission.
    Original Engine.
    Numbers matching, all original vehicle.
    The body paint has a few areas of paint bubbling
    along the lower quarters, lower door & lower exterior trunk edge.
    Appraisal of this GTO was professionally done
    by Blue Ribbon Classic Auto appraisal service, LLC of $20k
    This GTO has the potential of being an excellent muscle car.
    This vehicle has been very well maintained & garage kept.
    Please contact the seller for more info and to view.
    Call Xiu-Hun @ 410-860-5826

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  • It’s time for you to choose your own adventure. Do you want to be part...

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    It’s time for you to choose your own adventure. Do you want to be part of the Nova crowd that’s around at every car show? Do you want to be a standout on your own? How about both? This 1973 Pontiac Ventura has all the fastback style of the GM X-Body crowd, but in a package that is much more unique.

    The metallic elements in the original shade of this Burma Brown coupe really brighten up in the sunlight especially against its dual wave Sprint package stripe. It has the same silhouette as the now-legendary compact and fast Chevy Novas, but the front end has an aggressive look that Pontiacs always brought to the table. Light and muscular, the Ventura gets all the Pontiac design cues right, from the split grille and hood bulge up front to the taillamp design that was inspired by the first generation Firebird. The Rally II wheels are another great visual link to Pontiac’s muscle car tradition. They have a stylistic flair with the PMD (Pontiac Motor Division) center cap that gives them a hint of indestructible industrial design.

    Step inside this Ventura, and you’ll see even more great performance car touches that make this one so cool. The interior keeps a similar color pattern as the exterior with fresh brown carpeting against white vinyl. This pristine and sterile color is in perfect condition on everything from the high-back bucket seats to the manual transmission shift knob. The driver gets a soft touch original Pontiac three-spoke steering wheel and a few chrome touches thanks to the AM/FM/cassette stereo and aftermarket oil pressure gauge. One of the coolest features on these cars are the rear windows that roll down, which has a unique look against the exterior chrome b-pillar. You can cruise like this well into the fall thanks to the strong heater/defrost unit.

    Power ratings were getting zapped by 1973 as compression ratios were plummeting. So this car has a bit of a performance secret... It doesn’t carry the 350 cubic-inch V8, but instead it’s stepped down to a slightly older 307 Chevy small-block. It gives better power flexibility and makes a much deeper performance parts catalog available to this Pontiac. For example, this V8 already has an Edelbrock intake and four-barrel carburetor as well as performance headers and a mean-sounding dual exhaust. All of this combined gives it a far superior performance than anything that came out of the factory in 1973. This is mated to a four-speed manual transmission. You’ll love how this versatility allows you to stay in the optimal powerband, but there’s more to this gearbox. The extra gear combined with the power steering and power brakes (with discs up front) give this Ventura the legs to cruise comfortably all day without you or the car breaking a sweat.

    This Ventura offers great performance and that unique aggressive Pontiac appearance. It’s the perfect way to have something a little different that fits in with any car show crowd.

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  • Quite possibly the finest 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air in the country.

    Quite possibly the finest 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air in the country.

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  • <h3>1966 Chrysler Newport Convertible </h3>

    <p>This fine Chrysler...

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    <h3>1966 Chrysler Newport Convertible </h3>

    <p>This fine Chrysler convertible came to us from a retired physician that had owned the car for the past 30 plus years. It is finished in its original color and trim and looks outstanding. The fit and finish are superb and it runs and operates like a new car. The power is smooth and quiet from the 383 V8 and the Torqueflyte Automatic shifts clean and smooth. There are all the luxury items you would expect in this era of luxury convertible including ice cold aftermarket air conditioning. The underside is clean and neat, the tires are nearly new, suspension and brakes work great, and the glass, chrome, and trim are all in very good shape. For anyone looking for a truly full sized luxury convertible from an era when bigger was better, don’t miss your chance to enjoy this great drop top Chrysler Newport at an alert investor value today.< p>

    <h3>Features</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Original 383 Magnum with 270 Horsepower</li>
    <li>Original Smooth shifting Torqueflyte Automatic Transmission </li>
    <li>Newer P225-75R14 Whitewall Radial Tires</li>
    <li>Finished in correct and original Royal Blue Metallic Interior Code E</li>
    <li>The top is excellent in Polar White with a fitted boot</li>
    <li>Inside is a an immaculate Blue Vinyl Interior Code 170 </li>
    <li>Steel Wheels with Original Finned Full Hubcaps and Factory Torsion Bar Suspension</li>\
    <li>Fitted Factory Rear Quarter Skirts enhance the Sleek Look</li>
    <li>Power Steering, Power Brakes and Power Top</li>
    <li>Included is a fitted car cover that came with showing the previous owner’s pride of ownership</li>
    <li> Solid and clean Trunk with great carpet, jack, and spare</li>
    <li>Factory Original Golden Tone 5 Station Preset AM Radio </li>
    <li>120 MPH Speedometer with Trip Odometer and reading only 58000 miles </li>
    <li>There were only 3085 ever produced, making this a very rare car</li>
    <li>Aftermarket Air Conditioning with original Heater and Defroster</li>
    <li>Don’t miss your chance to own this low production car, we will never have another this nice </li>
    <li>Eligible for membership in the Chrysler Owners Club</li>
    </ul>

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  • Fresh out of a no-holds-barred reboot that wrapped up in May of 2014,...

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    Fresh out of a no-holds-barred reboot that wrapped up in May of 2014, this national award-winning A-Body is a perfect blend of good craftsmanship and great attention to detail. Originally sold in Westfield, Massachusetts, the car was discovered by its current owner, a ’64 GTO purist, in Waycross, Georgia. After roughly 25 years of enjoyment, that owner initiated a 2-year, rotisserie restoration that fitted the coupe with a fresh pair of quarters and meticulously straightened its profile to better-than-new condition. Once that comprehensive metalwork transitioned from the garage bay to the paint booth, classic ‘60s panels were re-sprayed in correct Starlight Black PPG. When that paint dried, a correct vinyl roof capped a hearty layer of clear, which had been buffed to a clean, flat shine. And today, officially unleashed as the epitome of old school American style, this goat is one seriously cool head turner that grabs trophies just as easily as it drops jaws. Pop the car’s sculpted hood and the first thing you’ll notice is a 389 cubic inch Trophy V8 that’s been completely rebuilt and wrapped in attractive Turquoise skin. That stout mill sends power to a stalwart Muncie 4-speed, which spins a tough posi-trac differential around big, 3.90 gears. At the sides of that rock-solid drivetrain, a rebuilt and tagged suspension is complete with factory power steering and power drum brakes. And muscle meets the pavement through 14-inch steelies, which spin 205/75 BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial redlines around deluxe wheel covers. This award-winning GTO is an impressive muscle car that features an ideal blend of performance and style. If you’ve been patiently waiting for the opportunity to pick up a world-class example of the ORIGINAL muscle car, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302S Serial #26 of 50. (NOT street legal, full purpose built racecar) This Boss 302S has been campaigned by Always Evolving Racing in the 2013/2014 season of Pirelli World Challenge in the GTS class. Both Always Evolving Racing driver, Roger Rodas and Erik Davis drove this car during the 2013/2014 season. This 302S has been fully developed by the Always Evolving Racing Team. As you can see, the lists of upgrades are comprehensive allowing this BOSS 302S to be track ready and extremely competitive. Own a piece of Always Evolving Racing history by owning this 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302SUpgrades on the car include: Factory built Ford Racing Boss302s Engine with less then 8 hours Tubular front and rear bumper Chassis is seam welded Improved rear end and transmission cooling system Integrated oil cooling system in radiator (Custom radiator by DeWitt) All glass on car replaced with Lexan Thorough weight reduction performed Custom built Stoptech 15 inch front brake kit Custom built Stoptech rear brake kit Full brake cooling system upgrade GT500 6 speed transmission with cooling system T6060 DynoTech aluminum drive shaft Torsen T2R 4.10 - 8.8 rear end JRZ Suspension 3 way adjustable dampers Steeda front sway bar AIM data logger Race Keeper data system BBS Boss R wheels 18x10 Cool Shirt driver cooling system with helmet air pump Eibach springs LPR custom carbon fiber front splitter Motorola 12V base radio system Recaro HANS Pro Racer seat Full custom exhaust 3 front to rear Complete Always Evolving Racing Tribute Livery / Racing In Honor Theme Cortex watts link system - (2 race weekends only) Exedy clutch - (2 race weekends only) Ground Control camber/caster pillow ball mounts - (2 race weekends only) Always Evolving carbon engine air intake system Sabelt fire bottle (current per Pirelli World Challenge requirement) Ford Racing rear lower control arms - (2 race weekends only) Ford Racing ABS module - (latest update as of 3/14/2014) 4 Ford Racing brake cooler kit Ford Racing hydraulic hood prop US Gear 4.10 ring & pinion (1 race weekend only) Torsen T2R LSD - (1 race weekend only) Prothane Bullet engine mounts New 2012 head lamps Tiger Racing Heat Extractor hood Ford Racing Boss 302S grill Radiator grill support LED tail lamps

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information.1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 One of one R code 428 Cl Super Cobra Jet Ram AirBuckle your seat belts and hold on to your hat. This beautifully restored original, numbers matching Mustang Mach 1 comes equipped with the very desirable and collectible R code 428 cubic-inch (7.0) Super Cobra Jet.The accompanied Marti reports show that this car is a one of one example of one of the most iconic cars of its era. It doesnt get any better than this. It is a perfect combination of exhilarating fun, eye-popping beauty and sagacious investment. It looks great, but drives even better. Opening it up on a desolate strip of quarter-mile and its like pure paradise. And, it eats up the curves in a flash.Extraordinary care was given to every inch of this restoration. Performed and supervised by the renowned Daves Garage.1969 was the benchmark year for Ford Mustang in its proliferation of performance names and engines. No less than 6 factory performance Mustang models were available (GT, Boss 302, Boss 429, Shelby GT350, Shelby GT500 and the Mach 1). Additionally, seven variations of V-8s were available in the '69-70 models; most of these also available in the new Mach 1. Due to the Mach 1's success, the GT model was discontinued after 1969 following poor sales of 5,396 units - versus the 72,458 sales for the Mach 1 .[3] The Mustang would not wear the GT badge again until 1982.The Mach 1 package was only available in the 'Sportsroof body style [4] (previously known as the 'Fastback'); never on the coupe or convertible. Many resto-mod visual conversions have since been performed by ownersand enthusiasts, but are not Mach 1's by VIN code.The Mach 1's original recipe was simple: It started with a V8 powered 'Sportsroof body and added numerous visual and performance enhancing items such as matte black hood treatment with hood pins, hood scoop (including optional Shaker scoop), competition suspension, chrome pop-open gas cap, revised wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires, chrome exhaust tips (except 351W 2V), deluxe interior, unmissable livery and dealer optional chin spoiler, rear deck spoiler, and rear window louvers. Standard equipment was a 351 cu in (5.8 L) Windsor (351W) 2V motor with a 3 speed manual transmission, and a 9 28 spline open rear axle. A 351W 4V was optional as was a 390 cu in (6.4 L) FE, and the huge 428 cu in (7.0 L) Cobra Jet 4V with or without Ram Air, and even the introduction of the drag pack option with the modified 428 cu in (7.0 L) Super Cobra Jet engine. A 4 speed manual or 3 speed FMX (small block)/C6 (big block) automatic transmission was optional, and the 428SCJ added a cast iron tail shaft in place of the regular aluminum one to the C6. A traction lok rear axle was optional, and the 428 CJ/SCJ included a traction lok with a 3.91 or 4.30 ratio, 31 spline axle shafts and a nodular case. In 1970, the 3.91 ratio was a traction-lok, while the 4:30 ratio was a Detroit locker.Mach 1s came with upgraded suspension to varying degrees dependent upon powertrain choices.Big block cars had front shock tower reinforcement, thicker sway bars (no rear bar for 69), and heavier springs and shocks. 428 CJ/SCJ 4 speed cars also came with staggered rear shocks. Standard on Mach 1s was a fierce but cosmetic hood scoop that had integrated turn-signal lights mounted in the back. A more functional option was the signature Shaker hood, an air scoop mounted directly to the top of the motor, used to collect fresh air and so named for its tendency to shake above the rumbling V-8 below. The interior came complete with teak wood grain details, full sound deadening material and high-back sport bucket seats.In 1969 endurance driver Mickey Thompson took three Mach 1 Mustangs to the Bonneville salt flats for a feature in Hot Rod magazine, in the process setting 295 speed and en

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. Having dominated international sports-car racing during the 1950s, Jaguar announced its temporary retirement from motor racing in October 1956. By that time, 42 D-Types had already been produced and 25 of the original 67-car batch remained unsold. Jaguars answer to this problem was to create a thinly disguised road version, called the XKSS. Conversion to the XKSS was quite straightforward, with no major structural alterations. The central division between the driver and passenger and the drivers head fairing were removed, and a second door fitted for the passenger. Weather gear comprised side screens and a folding top. A full-width framed wraparound windscreen and two wipers were fitted, a rear luggage rack was added, and bright headlamp trim and delicate bumpers foreshadowed those of the later E-Type. With incredible power-to-weight, the 3.4-liter XKSS maintained the D-Types performance with a top speed approaching 150 mph, 0-60 acceleration under 6 seconds, and 100 mph reached in just over 13 seconds. Unfortunately, only 16 cars were completed when a fire broke out at Jaguars Browns Lane works on February 12 1957, destroying the remaining nine cars, plus their jigs and tooling. Two other D-Types, XKD 533 and XKD 540, would later be converted by the works to XKSS specification as well. With its Le Mans pedigree, high performance and shapely body, the XKSS quickly became a favorite of wealthy enthusiasts and top stars including Steve McQueen, who terrorized Hollywood with his beloved XKSS. In turn, their extreme rarity and desirability have created demand far exceeding availability. The vehicle offered here is an outstanding XKSS recreation, originally one of 12 built by Revival Motorsports as a D-type race car for a racing series in Britain. Components were supplied by Realm Engineering. The chassis is a Reynard competition unit, utilizing a Jaguar double-wishbone setup with torsion bars up front, a Jaguar independent rear suspension with disc brakes all around, inboard at the rear. Restored in 2011 from the ground up, the car was fitted with a new Tremec 5-speed transmission and a 1969-vintage 4.2-litre motor, fully balanced and equipped with a forged crankshaft, lightweight steel connecting rods, and forged high-compression pistons. The new cylinder head was machined to accept larger valves, updated springs, and lighter cam buckets. True to form with its triple Weber 45DCOE carbs and running with relatively mild 9:1 compression, the engine is docile enough for road use while retaining its competition heritage with 305 horsepower on tap. Bodywork is cutting-edge Kevlar composite and fiberglass, with panels supplied by Realm Engineering. This outstanding XKSS is understood to drive exactly like the original car; however it is now also a great car for fast and enjoyable road trips as well. Since the restoration was finished, the car has logged approximately 1,250 miles, including its shakedown run from Los Angeles to Pebble Beach in 2013. As expected, the car performed flawlessly on the road. Following completion, the car was inspected by Adrian Cocking of Realm Motorsports, who was very impressed with the car in all respects. Today, original examples of the XKSS rarely appear at public auction. If and when they do, they easily command multi-million dollar bids. Accordingly, this excellent 1957 XKSS recreation provides an exceptional and highly authentic alternative to enjoy as intended.

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. 1976 Excalibur Phaenton III .. They only produced 176 of these cars. 3rd owner, well cared for, always garaged. Hard top convertible. . very good condition about 10k in receipts on refurbishing.. New tires, most leather interior. Mechanically cared for by master mechanic.

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. Finished in black over black with no paintwork, this adult-owned 1996 Toyota Supra Turbo has never suffered accident damage and features an automatic transmission and Targa top. It was owned by a general manager of one of the largest East Coast Toyota dealerships. They did plenty of preventative maintenance on this car, along with regular service and a few TRD upgrades, including: 1. Complete Tune-Up2. Brake Fluid Flush3. Oil Change with Synthetic Castrol Edge4. Transmission Service5. Differential Service6. Coolant Service7. Thermostat with Gasket8. New Wipers9. New Timing Belt with Tensioners10. Drive Belt11. Cam and Crank Seals12. Front and Rear Brakes with RotorsTRD upgrades include: 1. Front and Rear TRD Stabilizer Bars2. TRD Strut Brace3. TRD Turbo Boost GaugeIn addition to full service history for the car, it includes books, 2 keys, and window sticker. You will not find a nicer 1996 Supra Turbo than this excellent example! Additional items include polished and very costly factory wheels. This car was never raced or tracked and remains mostly stock with the exception of the TRD parts listed above.CAR FAX AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information.CAR FAX AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information.While Porsches loyal fan base closely scrutinized the new six-cylinder 911, initially designated 901 upon its debut at Frankfurt, it paid tribute to the outgoing 356 while forming the basis for the companys stunning record of commercial and racing success that continues uninterrupted today. The first substantial 911 revision was applied to the B-Series cars produced from August 1968, with the wheelbase length slightly extended from 87.0 to 89.3 inches. Overall length remained unchanged with the rear wheels simply relocated aft. While primarily intended to stabilize handling during aggressive cornering, improved interior room was another welcome benefit. For 1968, the 911 model line grew to three, comprising the entry-level 911T or Touring with 110 bhp, the mid-level 911L or Luxus with 130 bhp, and the 911S or Super. All were available in both coupe and Targa body styles. For 1969, the L was succeeded by the 911E, with the E denoting the adoption of Einspritzung, the German short-form for fuel injection, which allowed Porsche to be the first German manufacturer to comply with the stricter emissions regulations enacted in America from 1968. Unlike many of its competitors during the era, Porsche actually raised the 911s performance by offsetting lower compression ratios with an engine-displacement increase of 200 cubic centimetres to 2.2 liters for 1970s C-Series cars, which were built from September 1969. A larger 225-millimeter clutch and ZF limited-slip differential handled the engines greater power and torque output. The D-series cars of 1971 continued to exemplify the relentless development and engineering updates applied to the 911. The flat-six engine now received small oil squirters derived from Porsches racing experience to cool the pistons and thereby dramatically improving engine durability. Additional welcome updates included three-speed windscreen wipers and relocation of the fuel pump to the front of the car. Improved corrosion protection applied to the D-Series cars further defined them. While the 911 S and E carried higher power ratings, the 911T was a surprisingly strong performer with acceleration from rest to 60 mph achieved in just 8.0 seconds en route to a top end approaching 130 mph. In contrast to the relatively high-strung 911S, Road & Track testers also found the 911T delivered exceptional drivability and all-around flexibility under real-world driving conditions. This exceptional 1971 Porsche 911T is a truly remarkable find at auction for committed Porsche collectors and marque enthusiasts, being an unrestored car with only 57,160 actual miles of use from new. Always garaged and not even left outdoors overnight, this 911T was always hand-washed at the owners home, and servicing was performed by Stuttgart Motors in West Los Angeles. Remarkably, the cars interior remains virtually new. In addition to highly desirable features and options including air conditioning and fog lamps, this 911T is further equipped with an alarm and alarm-activation pager, brand new batteries, new accelerator-pedal linkage, wheel anti-theft locks, and virtually new tires. Other great items include a front-end bra, original owners manual, and an original tool kit. Service is up to date with no deferred items. Delivering all the virtues, clean styling, and technical sophistication of Porsches D-Series 911, this 1971 Porsche 911T marks an astute and highly enjoyable classic Porsche experience in all respects.

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  • Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo...

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. BOSS 302 W Code with 4.30 Detroit Locker and front mounted oil cooler. Highly documented, matching numbers, rotisserie restored. 1 of 254. Rarest of Boss 302s: W Code 4.30 Detroit Locker and factory front mounted oil cooler, only 254 built. Matching numbers; rotisserie restoration completed in January 2010. Factory Shaker hood scoop. Factory rear window Sport Slats. Factory rear spoiler. Factory Tachometer and Trip Odometer. Correct engine with VIN stamp and FoMoCo tag. Correct 4-speed close ratio transmission with VIN stamp and RUG tag. Correct Detroit Locker differential with tag. Correct VIN Stamps on both fender aprons. Original correct carburetor with tag. Ford 999 report letter verifying the VIN, the term Drag Pack and options from January 1997. Medium Red Ford # 2008-A exterior, Black Corinthian bucket seats interior. Sport Deck rear seat, Tinted Glass, Power Steering, Rim Blow deluxe steering wheel. Deluxe Marti Report confirming 1 of only 254 built and confirming all 14 options. Original Eminger Invoice including Factory sales invoice to Russ Milne Ford. Original Factory Build Sheet. At least 100 maintenance pages/invoices covering five decades. Koni shocks and 3.90 gears added during restoration for performance and drivability.

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  • Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13-15, 2015 at Russo and...

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13-15, 2015 at Russo and Steeles Monterey, California Auction. Please contact us for more information

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  • Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo...

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 13th 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele's 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information. When first introduced, the Countach took automotive design and engineering to a whole new level. Quite an accomplishment for an Italian tractor maker, but it became the icon for exotic styling predicting the angular style that became popular in the 1980s. Add to that the powerful V12 engine, an understanding of how the driver and the car worked in unison and that too much was never enough, and the Countach became the car every car-aware kid had to have a poster of on their bedroom walls. At the same time as this super-car was being developed, the U.S. government was instituting stricter emissions controls which meant that the 5000S sold in the USA had to be fuel-injected. However a few gray market carbureted versions were allowed circumstances. This amazing 1985 5000 S was refreshed in its original red color, along with what appears to be original black leather seats. It came into the USA by Trans European Automobiles in October 1984. Still wearing original decals, ID tags and stickers, it is one of the last 5000S models produced. The throaty sound of those 6 Weber 2 barrel side draft carburetors exclusive for the S model, provide a symphony for gear-heads and the pure exhilaration this car provides the driver makes it all worthwhile. The car has been properly maintained which insures no disappointments will be found. A recent engine compartment refresh was also just performed this past June. Fitted with the highly desirable rear wing and factory five-hole alloy wheels this is the type of car many dream of, but few will own. Factory spare tire and a owners manual included in the sale. A very rare, correct and important part of Lamborghini history, this Countach is the perfect automobile for your collection.

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  • Although not a household name the Chandler company started in 1915 and...

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    Although not a household name the Chandler company started in 1915 and built one of the best mid-priced cars of the time with some elegant features that were not offered with the competition.

    This car was restored over 50 years ago and has been toured and driven regularly since. It is a driver quality touring car with paint showing obvious signs of wear. This fantastic pre-war automobile is in excellent running and driving condition with everything there and in great operating condition.

    The Chandler was one of the very first cars to offer dual side mounts as a standard option. And with the cycle like fenders with steps instead of running boards it has a very good sporty and elegant look.

    In the day these cars took numerous hill climb awards and competed in many long distance rallys.

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

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  • Hanksters
    Sales
    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA 15748
    (724)...

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    Hanksters
    Sales
    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA 15748
    (724) 471-2975
    Visit Hanksters online at Hanksters.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 724-471-2975 today to schedule your visit.
    Vehicle Options

    12-bolt rear end
    502ci big block Chevrolet engine
    Aftermarket 3-gauge cluster
    Aluminum radiator
    Chromework in good shape
    Electric fuel pump
    Factory black interior
    Factory dash and gauges
    Front bucket seats
    Hard mount traction bars
    Hotchkis front coil springs
    Lourved cowl hood
    March bracket and pulley set up
    Painless wiring
    Power master starter and alternator
    Ram clutch
    Silver with black stripes
    SS wheels
    Tremec 6-speed

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible for purchase. When Ford introduced the 1st generation of Mustangs they flipped the entire automotive industry on its ear. The unibody design was much smaller, lighter, and more rigid than anything available. The long hood could accommodate a variety of engine configurations including a high performance V8. Along with the innovative design, the styling of these Mustangs remains timeless.

    This ’66 Mustang Convertible is offered for sale for the first time in over three decades as it has been owned by the same family. It is powered by what is believed to be the original C-code 289ci V8 engine and automatic transmission. It has plenty of good ole Americana curb appeal with Candy Apple Red exterior paint and white pony package interior & convertible top. This pony also features a power convertible top, bucket seats, console shift, power brakes, front disc brakes, power steering, a leather wrapped steering wheel, and much more. This car runs and drives great and is the perfect summer car with a look that will never go out of style! 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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  • Hanksters
    Sales
    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA 15748
    (724)...

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    Hanksters
    Sales
    2414 Route 119 Hwy S
    Homer City, PA 15748
    (724) 471-2975
    Visit Hanksters online at Hanksters.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 724-471-2975 today to schedule your visit.
    Vehicle Options

    10-bolt rear end
    4-wheel power drum brakes
    5.7L 350ci small block Chevrolet engine
    After market 5" tachometer w/ shift light
    Aftermarket steering wheel
    Aluminum radiator
    Aluminum valve covers
    Blaster 2 coil
    Clean headliner
    Deep aluminum Turbo 400 trans pan
    Edelbrock Aluminum polished intake
    E-vac breathers to headers
    Front air dam
    Front bucket seats
    Full dual exhausr w/ electric cut outs
    Holley carburetor
    Hurst Promatic-2 floor shifter
    Kenwood AM/FM/CD player
    MSD 6AL ignition
    Rear spoiler
    Rocket racing wheels
    Slapper style traction bars
    Steel 2" cowl induction hood
    Stock black interior
    Stock dash with 120mph speedometer
    SunPro 3-gauge cluster
    Supercomp headers
    Turbo 400 automatic transmission
    Volume canister for brake booster
    Yellow paint
    Z28 badging

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  • 1965 Chevy Impala for sale (GA) - $17,500
    '54 Chevrolet Impala...

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    1965 Chevy Impala for sale (GA) - $17,500
    '54 Chevrolet Impala Coupe.
    76,540 Actual Miles. RWD. 90% Original.
    Blue exterior paint
    Black vinyl interior.
    Automatic transmission.
    V8 283 Powerglide engine.
    2 Barrel Carburetor
    Power steering & power brakes.
    Stereo: Am/Fm/CD Player
    This is a West Coast vehicle.
    It has been very well maintained & garage kept
    And is it currently with the original owner!
    Also comes with records & receipts for vehicle.
    Asking- $17,500 ; Located- Hawkinsville, GA 31036
    This vehicle MUST SELL!!
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    VIN: 164375L159985
    Call Thomas @ 478-892-3830

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  • 1988 Chevy Monte Carlo for sale (NY) - $5,990
    '88 Chevy Monte Carlo -...

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    1988 Chevy Monte Carlo for sale (NY) - $5,990
    '88 Chevy Monte Carlo - Coupe
    SS Package #2
    72,000 Miles. 2WD. Clean title.
    White exterior paint - wet sanded and ready for paint.
    Light Grey Cloth interior.
    Automatic transmission.
    V8 305 engine.
    Limited slip axle; Aluminum custom wheels.
    Power windows & locks; Air Conditioning.
    Am/Fm/Cassette Radio
    Tilt Wheel & Cruise Control.
    Comes with documentation & receipts.
    This vehicle has been very well maintained.
    SALE PRICE! : $5,990 ; Reduced from: $6,950
    Located: Walton, NY 13856
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    Call Keith @ 607-434-5590

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  • 1954 Mercury Coupe for sale (NY) - $19,960
    '54 Mercury Sun Valley...

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    1954 Mercury Coupe for sale (NY) - $19,960
    '54 Mercury Sun Valley Coupe.
    With Glass Top.
    Dark green exterior paint.
    White Vinyl interior with Custom Trim
    Automatic Transmission.
    V8 engine; Power brakes.
    Rebuilt Steering box.
    NEW: Gas tank, Water pump & battery
    This vehicle has been well maintained & is a really nice driver.
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    Call Keith @ 607-434-5590

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  • 2001 Chevy Corvette for sale (TX) - $29,700
    '01 Chevy Corvette Coupe...

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    2001 Chevy Corvette for sale (TX) - $29,700
    '01 Chevy Corvette Coupe with Sunroof.
    15,000 Miles. Clean title. 2nd Owner.
    Red exterior paint.
    Black Leather interior.
    Automatic transmission.
    5.7 L Vortec engine
    Power Steering & Power brakes.
    Power Seats & Sunroof.
    Functional AC/Heat.
    It has been very well maintained & always kept inside.
    In excellent condition with a lot of power!!
    Asking- $29,700 ; Located- Weimar, TX 78962
    Seller wants to find a buyer who will appreciate the power
    of a corvette, and will take care of it as well as he has.
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    Call Ed @ 979-732-7478

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  • 1950 Mercury Coupe for sale (CA) - $65,000
    '50 Mercury 76B Convertible...

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    1950 Mercury Coupe for sale (CA) - $65,000
    '50 Mercury 76B Convertible Coupe
    81,766 Miles, 5k rebuilt miles. RWD.
    Banning Metallic Blue exterior paint.
    Blue Cloth interior.
    3 Speed Manual transmission with Overdrive
    Flathead 8 engine.
    All original, stock in great condition.
    Chrome and stainless redone.
    Hydraulic windows, seat and top.
    Smooth ride that can go anywhere and a real head-turner.
    Owner has kept all receipts & vehicle was always garaged.
    Asking- $65,000 Negotiable; Located- Mill Valley, CA
    Please contact the seller for more info or to view.
    Call Rich @ 415-819-5394

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  • How about some American muscle that’s big, bold, and rare? This 1970...

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    How about some American muscle that’s big, bold, and rare? This 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler tribute car has all the right features to grab attention on the outside and coddle you on the inside.

    The Cyclone was Mercury’s version of the Torino GT. That meant it shared some seriously large power while having its own unique styling and Mercury’s lower production numbers. Competing with the likes of the Buick GS and Plymouth GTX, the Cyclone had to look the part, and this is one mean muscle car. From the aggressive hood scoop and gunsight grille to the semi-fastback profile with subtle fender flairs, it was built to intimidate. This car was restored less than four years ago to an exceptionally high standard. The bodywork is laser-straight, panel fit is outstanding, and the paint has a brilliant orange glow that looks hot to the touch. True to the “Spoiler” name, this tribute has aggressive spoilers in the front and rear. It even has the package-correct striping and exposed headlights. This one was built so well it won the Best of Show award from the Ford Club meet at the 2011 Charlotte Auto Fair.

    Inside, it’s all about Mercury’s blend of luxury and performance. The black vinyl seats are a must for any good muscle car, but these also have gray textured inserts that give it a much more upscale look and feel. The driver gets a Cyclone-specific three-spoke sports steering wheel. Plus, you have a B&M Quicksilver shifter to rest your arm or even bang your way through the automatic gears when you really want to takeoff from a stoplight. But this is more than just a driver’s coupe. This is a big car with the space and seatbelts to seat five other people. So all your passengers get to enjoy the comfort of cold-blowing air conditioning and modern tunes from the new AM/FM/CD player that was installed during restoration.

    A car this mean needs a monster motor, and you won’t be disappointed when you pop the hood. It’s Ford’s big-block 429 cubic-inch V8 engine that’s famous for eating up everything on the streets. While the rest of the car has been restored a few years ago, this powerplant had its entire top end rebuilt just a few weeks ago. That’s why everything looks so fresh and pristine in the engine bay, including the valve covers, tubes, wires, Edelbrock chrome air cleaner, four-pass radiator, and MSD Blaster coil. With all these upgrades, the dual exhaust has a heightened rumble that will scare lesser cars even at idle. Just in case that sound wasn’t enough, this Mercury has no trouble getting its power to the ground thanks to Ford’s stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission linked to their nine-inch rear end. But there’s more to this car’s story. The rear end ratio is a highway-friendly 3.55. Combine that with the power steering, power brakes (discs up front), and modern BF Goodrich T/A Radial tires, and this is the kind of muscle car you won’t mind taking on road trips.

    Rare, beautiful, and impressive, this Mercury Cyclone Spoiler packs an upscale punch that will make Ford fans smile everywhere it goes.

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