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  • 1957 BMW Isetta 300 (WI) - $56,900
    Exterior: Red
    Interior: White/Red...

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    1957 BMW Isetta 300 (WI) - $56,900
    Exterior: Red
    Interior: White/Red Vinyl
    Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
    Engine: 295 cc Hemi
    Mileage: 29,334
    All original, well maintained and garage kept. This 1957 Isetta was purchased from the original owner, after 27 years in storage! This is a numbers matching, original vehicle. Seat covers, floor mats, rear deck cover and 90% of the paint is the same as it was almost 50 years ago.
    The Isetta was said to be the best micro-car of its time period. Originated in Milan, Italy; this egg shaped car was made by Iso SpA, a scooter and refrigerator company. In September of 1956, the sliding window and sunroof was added to this vehicle. A total of 22,543 of these vehicles rolled off the production line. Consumers could not get enough of these micro-cars! These small cars allowed BMW to get creative, filling the gap between motorcycles and the 501 models.
    This vehicle is located in Pembine WI 54156.
    Please call Rick @ 906-396-1161 OR Lloyd @ 561-719-8119 to see this Isetta. This is one of many vehicles in a collection for sale.

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  • 1926 Ford Model T Depot Huck (WI) -$28,000
    Exterior: Black

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    1926 Ford Model T Depot Huck (WI) -$28,000
    Exterior: Black
    Interior: Black Vinyl
    Transmission: Manual
    Engine: Inline V-4 2.9L
    Well Maintained and garage kept, This 1926 Depot Huck is part of a collection in Pembine WI. This vehicle is located at the Four Seasons Resort. It has a Planetary gear system - 2 speed/reverse transmission.
    In May 1925, this Model T transported passengers to and from the train depot and the Four Seasons Club. It could have also been used as a light commercial vehicle, like many of its counterparts during this time period.
    This Depot Huck was converted to a 12-volt battery, which is a common modification. This modification was done so this could be driven without having to be cranked manually. 3 rows of seating allows this to transport many people! Perfect for a parade vehicle, bring some old time charm to your organization.
    This vehicle is located in Pembine WI 54156.
    Please call Rick @ 906-396-1161 OR Lloyd @ 561-719-8119 to see this Model T. This is one of many vehicles in a collection for sale.

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  • The Harley Davidson Softail Standard knows the importance of getting...

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    The Harley Davidson Softail Standard knows the importance of getting back to the basics with its simple, classic lines that start with its raked forks, continues with its hidden suspension and finishes with a 200 mm rear tire. Fire up the dual counterbalanced, silver powder coated 88” Twin Cam engine and your primal urge to ride is about to be satisfied. This particular example is a 1 owner bike that was very tastefully customized in 2011. During its make over it received a sick one of kind paint job that will dazzle you when you see it in the sun, it was upgraded with a Night Train rear fender, a Corbin convertible seat that’s inserts were painted when the bike was and a custom tooled matching leather storage pouch. You will also notice a completely chrome front end, blinker visors, a Screamin Eagle tail light, chrome switch housing covers, chrome switches, chrome levers and a set of matching custom grips, pegs and brake pedal. The engine was upgraded with a Stage II kit and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Screamin’ Eagle Performance exhaust. Since its make over it has been driven less than 3,000 miles and it shows like it is new. If you could see yourself cruising on this sweet Softail you better call us before someone else does! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit

    Asking $11,900
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  • 1972 Oldsmobile 98 for sale (VA) - $12,900
    Rare '72 Olds 98 LS Hardtop...

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    1972 Oldsmobile 98 for sale (VA) - $12,900
    Rare '72 Olds 98 LS Hardtop Coupe
    Only 45,000 Documented Miles. 1 Owner
    All Original ; Numbers Matching
    Exterior: Original Oldsmobile Sovereign Gold.
    Interior: Luxury Fawn Beige Cloth without padded vinyl top.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Engine: 455 V8 ; Drivetrain: RWD
    Power Steering & Brakes. Air Conditioning. All Power Options.
    No Rust or Scratched, Well Maintained
    Specially ordered from Michigan factory in December 1971.
    Original invoice and bill of sale along with owners manual and compete 1972 Maintenance Manual.
    New tires, brakes, tie rod ends, drag links/bushings, front end alignment and fuel tank sending unit.
    Complete tune up and new Edelbrock 650 CFM carburetor and air cleaner (orig. Rochester & air cleaner comes with car). Looks and drives like new! Garage kept since new.
    A real head turner this classic is ready for local car show circuits.
    This vehicle is located in Gloucester, VA 23061
    Please call Peter at 804-721-6336

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  • 1973 MGB Roadster Convertible for sale (MA) - $16,900
    Car is in...

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    1973 MGB Roadster Convertible for sale (MA) - $16,900
    Car is in excellent condition. Restored approximately 10 years ago
    39,000 Rebuilt Miles. 2 Doors.
    Black exterior with Custom Canvas Black Top from Great Britain ;
    Black Leather interior with embroidered floor mats.
    1800 CC Engine; Includes Moss supercharger
    Moss conversion 5 speed transmission, Roller rocker kit.
    Upgrade brake booster, Monza performance exhaust,
    Chrome wire Knock off wheels, Full carpeted trunk, Top has zip open windows.
    Tourist trophy steering wheel and more
    All original, Numbers matching Convertible.
    That has been well maintained & garage kept.
    This beautiful vehicle is in Marblehead, MA 01945
    Please call Bruce at 617-285-1182

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  • 1982 DeLorean DMC - 12 (CA) - $59,900

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    1982 DeLorean DMC - 12 (CA) - $59,900
    Exterior: Silver/Stainless
    Interior: Black leather
    Transmission: Manual
    Engine: 2.85L V6
    Show Winning, Modified Classic DeLorean. This tastefully restored and modified DMC-12 has a rebuilt and upgraded Phase II engine, new custom leather interior, LED lighting inside and out, and chrome accents. It is driven regularly and is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. All restoration, upgrade and modification work performed by Dan Bodkin, DeLorean Motor Company, Huntington Beach, CA within the last couple years.
    The car took First place at the Benedict Castle Car Show and Best Modified in Las Vegas Car Show. It recently appeared in DeLorean World Magazine Summer 2015 Issue on page 23 with Lea Thomson (AKA Lorraine Baines McFly). This car was selected to lead the parade of 35 DeLorean's down the Las Vegas strip in the 2015 Las Vegas Car Stars Celebrates Back to the Future event. Further, the dash is personally autographed by movie legends Christopher Lloyd (Doc in Back to the Future) and Claudia Wells (Marty McFly's girlfriend).
    Standard and Factory Option DMC-12 Features: Brushed stainless steel body, Gull Wing doors, 2.85L V6 Engine, RWD, 5-Speed manual transmission, Functional A/C, All Bosch relays, Original wheels with chromed spokes, Disc brakes, AM-FM-CD Sound system, 140 MPH Speedometer, Power windows, Tinted windows, Tilt and Telescope steering wheel, Electric side mirrors, Rear window defogger, Dual cooling fans, I-Pod Interface.
    Engine Restoration & Modifications: New engine block, rebuilt top & bottom end within last 8,000 miles, Phase II Performance Engine, Full race camshaft, Headers, K&N intake and air cleaner.
    Restored and Upgraded Interior: New custom leather upholstery & armrest, Custom leather seats with fabric center section, New carpet, Custom MOMO steering wheel, Blue LED shifter knob
    Suspension: New steering stabilizers
    Appearance Enhancements: Custom ground effects package - air dam, side skirts. LED lighting in the interior, underbody, and side panels. LED engine compartment lighting, Custom chrome flared exhaust tips, chrome engine components including headers, oil pan, valve covers and more.
    Serious Inquiries Only, Mileage on Request. Cash or Certified Bank Check
    This vehicle is located in Fountain Valley CA 92708.
    Please call Rod @ 714-458-4812 to see this DeLorean.

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  • 1964 Chevy C-10 (PA) - $27,500
    Exterior: Sunset Red Coarse...

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    1964 Chevy C-10 (PA) - $27,500
    Exterior: Sunset Red Coarse Gold
    Interior: Sunset Red leather
    Transmission: Automatic Turbo 400
    Engine: 400 Small Block
    Mileage: 45,000 / 1,000 (on rebuild)
    Hot Rod Fleetside. Total frame off restoration in 1997. Power steering. Power disc brakes. AC & Heat. Stock ralley wheels. 400 four bolt main engine. 9" Ford Currie rear. Stainless skits. Brand new chrome grill and bumpers. AM/FM radio. Oak wood bed. All new glass. Stainless steel bolts. California truck. NO rust or accidents. Records/receipts. Well maintained. Garage kept.
    This truck is located in Honesdale PA 18431.
    Please call John @ 570-493-1329 to see this C-10.

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  • 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 (NY) - $54,900
    Exterior: Sapphire Mist Acrylic...

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    1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 (NY) - $54,900
    Exterior: Sapphire Mist Acrylic Lacquer (Color Code 93)
    Interior: Blue/White/Black
    Transmission: Automatic (completely rebuilt)
    Engine: 394 V-8
    Mileage: 60,500
    4 Door Sedan. Meticulously restored, well maintained and garage kept. The old 371 cu in, 277 hp engine has been replaced with a newly rebuilt 1962 Starfire 394 cu in, 345 hp, 440 ft. lbs. engine. New Holley four-barrel carburetor ensures quick engine turnover and efficient operation. Controlled Coupling Hydramatic Jetaway. All springs, including the rear leaf springs, and shocks have been replaced. Front and rear bumpers rechromed. Completely redone leather and cloth interior with currently manufactured period materials. The radio has been replaced with a 4-way stereo system that has Satellite and iPhone inputs. Installed air conditioning is ice cold. Sound deadening materials line the floor to create a quieter ride. Must see and drive! Original owner's manual and records/receipts for all work done is available. Many more photos available upon request.
    This vehicle is located in Bronxville NY 10708.
    Please call Timeless Auto Sales @ 1 800 680 1029 to inquire about this vehicle. Be sure to leave a message with contact information.

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  • The Chevrolet Special Deluxe was introduced late in the 1941 model year...

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    The Chevrolet Special Deluxe was introduced late in the 1941 model year with a completely new body that had concealed safety steps instead of running boards as well as headlamps that were incorporated into the fenders. This particular example was converted to a world class street rod for Yogi of Yogi’s Inc. and was completed in 2008. Yogi had this car built for him personally with the best of everything available at the time. The heart of this beauty is a ZZ4 350 ci V8 crate engine with an Enduro Shine carb and intake that sounds awesome ripping through its Magnaflow performance exhaust. It was also fitted with a new Turbo 350 performance built tranny and a 9 inch posi rear end with 3:08 gears. You will also find Wilwood front disc brakes with slotted and drilled rotors as well as adjustable front shocks. The flawless body has shaved door handles, a shaved trunk and looks awesome with its gorgeous Torch Red paint and sweet old school flames. The new NOS 1941 grill, tinted windows and American Racing polished rims add the finishing touches to the exterior. It has an absolutely gorgeous tan leather interior with matching trunk that has been fitted with all the latest creature comforts such as A/C, tilt steering, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats as well as a complete sound system. You will also appreciate the Auto Meter gauges and the electric wipers. This Street Rod was completed 8 years ago and been driven just over 10,000 miles since. In 2011 it was inspected by the NSRA who gave it a Vehicle Safety Inspection Certification. To build a car of this quality would cost at least twice what we are asking and would take years to complete. This one is ready to go and just needs a new home! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit

    Asking $34,900

    Offers Considered!

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  • White 1980 Corvette, All original, full power, AC, T-tops, AM/FM 8 -track.

    White 1980 Corvette, All original, full power, AC, T-tops, AM/FM 8 -track.

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  • 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air (CA) - $45,000
    Exterior: 2 Tone Dark Candy Apple...

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    1955 Chevrolet Bel Air (CA) - $45,000
    Exterior: 2 Tone Dark Candy Apple Red/ White Hard Top
    Interior: Black leather
    Transmission: Automatic Powerglide
    Engine: 265
    Mileage: 8,000 (after restoration)
    2 door. 10 Disc CD player in trunk. Original Radio still works. Drum brakes. Power steering and brakes. Frame off restoration. Sand blasted body. Fenders replaced. All new. CASH ONLY SALE. Numbers matching, well maintained and garage kept.
    This vehicle is located in Rancho Palos Verdes CA 90275.
    Please call Jack @ 310-833-2078 to see this Bel Air.

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  • 1975 Mercedes Benz 450SL (VA) - $8,995
    Exterior: Custom Burnt...

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    1975 Mercedes Benz 450SL (VA) - $8,995
    Exterior: Custom Burnt Orage
    Interior: Black Leather
    Transmission: Automatic
    Engine: Original 8 cylinders
    Mileage: 134,000
    Beautiful restored and custom painted!
    Convertible Hard top 450SL!
    New paint, interior, audio, battery, starter, brakes, convertible top, and tires (Michelin).
    Only needs Speedometer fixed. Otherwise excellent condition. Seller owned for about 4 years. You don't want to miss out on this timeless, fun to drive classic Benz. Well maintained and garage kept.
    This vehicle is located in Fairfax Station VA 22039
    Please call Steve @ 703-901-8926 to see this Mercedes.

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  • 1958 Lincoln Continential Mark III Convertible (WA) - $28,699

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    1958 Lincoln Continential Mark III Convertible (WA) - $28,699
    Exterior: White
    Interior: Red/White/Black
    Transmission: Automatic
    Engine: Original
    One Owner beauty… lovingly cared for by one man and his family for more than 50 years! This rare 1958 Continental Mark III Convertible by Lincoln was driven out of the showroom by a man who loved it almost more than life itself … and it was still being taken out of the garage, polished and driven with the top down
    until shortly before his death more than 50 years later! The car was then put away until the estate was settled. Its’ been dusted off, gone through and now needs to find someone else to love it.
    She isn’t just off the showroom floor … but is unrestored, all new mechanicals, meticulously maintained and has the service records since new, original owner’s manual and registration, lots of records including a personal letter from Lee Iaccoca about this actual car to the owner.
    Engine and transmission have been rebuilt, interior has been redone and soft convertible top has been replaced. There is not a knob, button or piece of trim missing… everything is there and in fact, there are even extra pieces.
    This car is looking for someone to appreciate its uniqueness, its place in history and its beauty. It would be a great addition to your collection, could be a simple project to restore to its original splendor or can be driven to the store or to car shows tomorrow and turn heads every foot of the way.
    Think about it… when was the last time you saw one of these at a show or on the auction block at this price? Here is your chance to own this one. The family is sad to see it go, but understands it needs someone new to love it. The stewardship of this car needs to go on, it would be a shame for it to sit in storage and deteriorate.
    The story of this car needs a new chapter!
    This vehicle is located in Marysville WA 98270.
    Please call Steven @ 425-359-6901 to see this Lincoln.

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  • On the outside this just looks like a beautifully built 1965 Shelby...

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    On the outside this just looks like a beautifully built 1965 Shelby Cobra, but then everybody else out there starts wondering why you can smoke them all. That’s because this is a Superformance MkIII Cobra. That means a fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. Add in a Roush fuel-injected 427 V8 pumping out 540 hp, and a whole host of other goodies to make this one of the baddest Cobras you’ve ever laid eyes on.
    The paint alone instantly makes this one a shining star. The Sunset Red metallic with gray painted stripes is a modern hue interpretation of an iconic application, and underneath the skin you’ll see the same kind of spirit, too (but more on that in a moment). If you know the Superformance cars, you know that their workmanship is one of, if not the highest regarded in the Cobra industry. Built in 2008 and less than 11,500 miles on it since, the fit and finish on this particular car is worthy of all the extra scrutiny it's likely to get at shows. The shine of the bumpers and dual roll hoops, and those iconic Halibrand wheels all add flare when it’s time to show off. But those coated side pipes tell you this one is still a serious performance machine.
    The red and gray theme is continued with the interior upholstery (and even in the trunk, too). It’s this kind of attention to detail that tells you this is a cut-above Cobra. After all, these roadsters spend most of their time exposed to the world, and this one does a particularly nice job of showing off a great total package. It keeps all the traditional components in place, including the low-back bucket seats, racing harnesses, and forward curved gearshift. A wood-rimmed steering wheel re-creates the Cobra look, and the dash offers a full array of proper Smiths gauges with the correct reversed speedometer. For the driver this feels like a pure performance machine, but just in case your passenger needs a little more refinement, you have the addition of heat/defrost and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for your iPod.
    You’ll love popping the hood at a moment’s notice and showing off all the shiny components and the cool eight-stack air grabber. It looks like the racing vertical stacks we all expect to be under the hood of these competition machines, except these have filters to keep your motor safe on the streets. But as great as they looks, it’s what’s underneath them that’s even better. It’s a Roush-built 427 fuel-injected V8. If that sounds like the potential for some serious power, you’ll love it when we show you the 540 hp dyno sheet. And you better believe those header-fed side pipes do a fantastic job of announcing this power supremacy to the world. But this build is far more than just a monster motor. He power reliably gets to the ground thanks to the stout Tremec TKO600 five-speed, feeding a Dana limited slip spicer axle running versatile 3.46 gears. On the road or racetrack, you’ll instantly feel the confidence the fully independent suspension with adjustable coilovers gives you. There’s even four-wheel disc brakes so your stopping power will match your performance driving.
    This Cobra is sold with a host of great components – everything from an extra set of wheel and tires, to a convertible top and side curtains (call for the full list). It also comes with plenty of documentation such as the build receipts, original bill of sale, dealer invoice, and original window sticker. You know what it would cost to have this done today, and this one is barely broken in! So we’d tell you to call us for all the details, but with the kind of attention this turnkey street-eating Cobra commands, you might also want to ask if it’s still here! Call now!!

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  • This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is one of those cool custom builds that a lot of...

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    This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is one of those cool custom builds that a lot of time and money was invested in it to make it look like a shop truck/barn find, that really can blow everyone’s doors off.
    Your first impression is that you’re looking at Grandpa’s parts hauler. After all, you’ve seen a better coat of white paint on an old refrigerator. But then you start to look at the details... Is that top and rear of the cab actually painted a shiny and deep red? Are the wheels painted just as nicely to match? Why do those trim rings looks so bright? And the real wood truck bed is so glossy, too! Yes, this pickup has been purposely patina'd to fall somewhere in between a rusty old rod and secret barn burner. And you have to admit, the overall impression is striking. It has you looking at every little detail for the added features like the blue dot taillights, custom lights in the grill, or the aggressively lowered stance.
    Inside is the same striking custom presentation. The cow print inserts on the black bench are immediately eye catching, but you might not notice that its actually part of a larger coordinating color scheme of the weathered white with black trim that’s seen throughout the interior. As the driver, you get everything you need thanks to the Billet Specialties sports steering wheel and the full set of AutoMeter gauges. We know you’re already thinking about what it would be like the grab the eight ball shifter and row your way through the gears, as the wind whips through the cabin and out the sliding rear window.
    Under the hood is what makes this pickup the complete cool package. You get the show-off shine of the valve covers and air cleaner, but beneath that is some real power. The built 350 cubic-inch small block with a lumpy cam inhales deeply with a Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor and Street Dominator intake. It exhales with authority through headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust exiting out of the side. It’s a powerful V8 that you get complete control over the speed and the sound thanks to the four-speed manual. And while this pickup is specifically built to look like a hardcore machine, it cannot escape the easy driving nature of the C10’s independent front suspension and trailing arm rear.
    This Chevy has an amazing attitude that tells the world you have a different definition of cool. But something this unique and affordable won’t stay long in our showroom. Call today!!

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  • We fall in love with cars like this 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale...

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    We fall in love with cars like this 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale convertible pretty easily because they represent an end of an era. The big V8 American ragtop would be gone in a few years, but it’s easily celebrated now on a car that is presented beautifully in the right colors and priced to enjoy the warm weather tomorrow.

    Earthtones were all the rage in the 70s, and so we’re quite happy someone invested heavily to change the original Crystal Green to a modern glossy black. It’s the kind of highly professional respray that requires exceptionally straight and clean sheetmetal. You can instantly tell this is a cared for classic just by how the wonderful strip of trim runs the entire length of both sides in an unbroken wave over the panels. The remaining brightwork is remarkably restrained for the era, with excellent chrome bumpers and polished stainless details that are very well preserved. Even the factory wire wheel covers present nicely. Add in the tan power folding top and no matter if the roof is on or off, it’s a classic with a very modern and cool presence.

    The interior got a full makeover as well. The original white vinyl would have been fun to have when new, but the tan is far more modern and durable in its presentation today. Also, one of the best parts of the investment in this drop top is the switchover to comfortable cloth seating. So no matter if its just you out enjoying a Sunday cruise or your seating six on an ice-cream run, you can leave the top down and won’t return to a leg-scorching interior. The investment in this interior is so good that it looks like it came from the factory that way. Of course, as an Oldsmobile you know it's full of luxury options such as power windows, tilt steering column, cruise control, and the dash is lined with very nice wood paneling. In fact, that wraparound display is one of the interior's coolest features, and puts all the major controls right at the driver's fingertips. This includes the upgrades AM/FM/CD stereo and the air conditioning that’s now running modern R134a for easy servicing. So while it might only take one touch of a button to raise the roof on this Olds, it’s a car that was truly built to cruise with the top down much longer in the warm seasons.

    To move all that sheetmetal you need big torque, and the Oldsmobile 455 cubic inch V8 delivers creamy-smooth power that makes this car feel effortless in everything it does. The big gold engine starts easily and idles quieter than some new cars. But out on the open road that factory four-barrel carb opens up and moves this large convertible with serious authority. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is always happy to cruise. So with other features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and modern comfortable Firestone tires, this is the right choice for those who like to drive their classics.

    Complete with owner’s manual, affordable luxury with a top that goes down never looked as good as it does here. You don't have to be an Oldsmobile fan to love true vintage luxury like this. Call today!!!

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  • <h3>1983 Oldsmobile 442 H/O 15th Anniversary Edition</h3>


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    <h3>1983 Oldsmobile 442 H/O 15th Anniversary Edition</h3>

    <p>When Olds introduced the 4-4-2 the term “Muscle Car” didn’t exist in most people’s dictionary. But with a 4 speed 4 Barrel and dual exhaust, gear heads noticed. Then like most Muscle Cars through the years, the 442 morphed into more of a styling study than a true performance machine. But hey, style is cool. In 1983 the style of the G Body GM cars was hot and Olds capitalized on its performance heritage and brought back the Hurst/Olds name plate and created a 15th Anniversary Edition in Black and Silver with the iconic Hurst “Lightning Shifters”. This one is a marvelous example of that style and engineering that is very clean, solid, and true to original.</p>

    <li>Original High output 307 V8</li>
    <li>3 Speed Automatic Transmission with overdrive</li>
    <li>Only 58k original miles on the ododmeter</li>
    <li>Factory correct and functioning Air Conditioning</li>
    <li>Solid ad clean undercarriage</li>
    <li>Nice correct Black with Silver Color Scheme</li>
    <li>15th Anniversary logos in place</li>
    <li>Correct Power Dark Red Leather Bucket Seats with GM seatbelts</li>
    <li>Exclusive Hurst “Lightning Rod” shifters and full console</li>
    <li>Olds Rally Wheels with BFG Comp TA raised white letter radials P215/65R15</li>
    <li>Correct Rear Deck Spoiler and Performance Hood</li>
    <li>Full factory instrumentation with and tach and gauges</li>
    <li>Leather wrapped tilt steering wheel</li>
    <li>Power Windows and Locks</li>
    <li>Factory cruise control</li>
    <li>Twilight Sentinel headlight system</li>
    <li>Original AMFM Cassette radio in the dash</li>
    <li>Dual outside color keyed racing mirrors</li>
    <li>Full correct trunk trim with spare and jack</li>
    <li>Full Performance Tuned Exhaust with correct Tips</li>
    <li>Nicely detailed engine bay</li>
    <li>Power Windows and Locks </li>
    <li>We don’t see many and to find one with these options is a real score</li>

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  • Up for sale we have a 1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible. This is a well...

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    Up for sale we have a 1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible. This is a well done restoration being put back to the stock style.
    The body panels are straight with good lines. All the side stainless looks to have either been replaced or cleaned and polished. When you look at the chrome it all looks new as does the top trim. All the glass was removed at the time of the build with new seals and weather stripping installed. This ’57 has the dual antennas and the rear bumper guards. This Bel Air is done in the Tropical Turquoise that’s accented by the White Convertible Top. The paint has been upgraded to the base coat clear coat. It has a slick finish and looks good in the jams and in the trunk. To finish off the exterior it’s sitting on a set of wide whites with the painted steel rims and full size hub caps.
    On the inside it’s done in the two tone Ivory and Medium Turquoise color scheme. It has the stock style door panels that are in great condition along with the trim. Also, the dash all looks stock with the factory AM Radio and painted in the body color. All the dash trim and bezels are in great condition as well. The steering column and wheel is also correct.
    Under the hood it looks like it would have back in ’57 with a stock 283 V8 and 2 Barrel carb. The trans is a Power Glide with a stock style Rear End. When you look under the hood the inner fenders and firewall all look correct. The exhaust flows thru stock manifolds and stainless dual exhaust. This ’57 retains the factory Four Wheel Drum Brakes and Standard Steering. Looking under it the pans were replaced along with new braces. It has new fuel lines with a new tank. Also, the brake lines were replaced and floors have been painted black.
    If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at

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  • 1956 Chrysler Newport Windsor (PA) - $18,900 Negotiable

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    1956 Chrysler Newport Windsor (PA) - $18,900 Negotiable
    Exterior: Desert Rose/Cream
    Interior: Cream/Desert Rose leather and cloth
    Transmission: Push Button Automatic
    Engine: V-8
    Mileage: 99,234
    4 door Hardtop, Good Condition, Power Windows, Power Seats, Power Steering, Wire Wheels, Lots of chrome, Seller owned for 3 years, Tires are in good shape, Wide White Walls, No Rust, Radio does not currently work. Price is negotiable.
    This vehicle is located in Walnutport PA 18088.
    Please call Steve @ 610-767-5511 to see this Chrysler.

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  • 1947 Ford Super Deluxe 2 door. 59AB Flathead. 3 on the Tree

    1947 Ford Super Deluxe 2 door. 59AB Flathead. 3 on the Tree

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1994 Jaguar XJ12 for...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1994 Jaguar XJ12 for purchase. The XJ is the full-size luxury series that started in 1968 and still runs in production today. The XJ40 series (seen here) was a big step in production. These hand-made models required less moldings while making the car stronger and lighter in weight. The British top luxury model didn’t fail to live up to billings and sales were strong all across the globe.

    The XJ12 version was introduced in 1993 powered by the 6.0L V12 Jaguar engine paired with the GM 4L80E 4-speed automatic transmission. The XJ12 used the two twin-headlamp pairs, black radiator grille vanes, rear end badging, and a gold "growler" badge on the radiator grille top.

    This XJ12 is a 2-owner vehicle originally imported to Arizona. It’s in excellent condtion inside and out with tremendous curb appeal featuring Jade Green Pearl paint with white leather seats. It’s fully loaded with rear window screens, 6-disc CD-changer, power heated seats, rear seat trays, speed control, climate control, glove box tray with makeup mirror, memory settings, power moonroof, dual exhaust, original wheels, and much more! This car is a beauty that provides a ride as smooth as it looks. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is excited to present this 1988 Mercedes-Benz 560SL...

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    GR Auto Gallery is excited to present this 1988 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Roadster for purchase. At the end of the run of the legendary R107 series, Mercedes sent their most powerful and loaded SL yet to the United States. The engine improved in speed, torque, and horsepower. The car also received a new rear suspension and a limited-slip differential to better handle the added torque and power. Mercedes also added anti-lock brakes, leather upholstery, and an alarm system. Today, many enthusiasts gravitate towards the 560SL as it retains some of the original lines of the pagoda SL's while carrying with it all of the R107's advances.

    The 1988 Mercedes 560SL offered here was sold new at Autorama Mercedes-Benz of Memphis on December 18 1987 and delivered to its new owner in 623 Light Ivory over Palomino Leather interior. It is very apparent that this car has been extremely well cared for throughout its ownership history. It feature chrome wheel well accents, newer tires, some service history, perfect carfax, near perfect dash, clean engine compartment, trunk compartment and underside. Mechanically at just 107000 miles, the car is fantastic delivering the comfort and quality that Mercedes SL class has been delivering since its inception. The car comes will full books including owner’s manual, original application for title, original warranty plate, original Behr Holzteile option card, original Operation of Automatic Climate Control Card, original Roadside Assistance pamphlet, original Operation and Car of SL Tops Guide, original Service and Warranty Book, original owner information, original Cruise Control Operation card, some service records, original Becker Radio Operation Guide and original Mercedes plastic portfolio.

    The Mercedes SL class continues to dominate the vintage roadster market and the 560sl’s are poised to follow suite. Now is a great time to invest in the 560 as dividends are destined to be paid. Call or email for more details

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

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  • “Son of a Gun — just what the Corvette needed, more power! Chevrolet has...

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    “Son of a Gun — just what the Corvette needed, more power! Chevrolet has replaced last year's top-of-the-line 396-cu. in. engine with a 427. According to the factory, horsepower remains unchanged at 425, but torque has gone up from 415 lbs/ft. at 4000, to 465 at the same rpm. We asked one Chevrolet man why the increase in displacement and torque didn't have a parallel increase in horsepower. "This was done primarily to save weight," he said, with a twinkling eye; "you must remember that cast-iron is very heavy, and by removing thirty cubic inches of it, we have made a significant reduction in weight."” – From the 1965 Issue of Car and Driver Magazine

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very clean and original example of the 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible for your consideration. With many great documents to back the rich history of this wonderful piece of American automotive history, we have the pleasure to offer the original Protect-O-Plate, an original title copy, the original invoice and even the first bill of sale made for this Corvette! Now coming to the market from the second owner, this vehicle shows only 38 miles since the full restoration which was completed by Jeff Kennedy, a Corvette expert. Featuring what is believed to be the original 427 4V V8 mated to the much preferred 4-speed manual transmission, this vehicle has the added benefit of coming with both front and rear disc brakes as well. With fully functioning power windows, the stock radio also working, clean upholstery throughout and plenty of power to enjoy, this vehicle is as nice inside as it is out and gives the owner a very nostalgic feel behind the wheel. From the outside the vehicle shows very stock as well with the standard knock-off wheels, the trim and glass is all in good shape, the black vinyl convertible top is standing tall and with its re-created factory color to the outside, this is an excellent example of the rare convertible version of the C2. Call or email us today for more information on this excellent collector classic.

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

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette Collector Edition for purchase. 1982 was the last year of the popular C3 “stingray” generation of Corvettes. Development was close to unveiling the C4, but then Chevy had to wait till the 1984 model year to roll it out. Some of this new technology ended up merging in to the Collector Edition including the first hatchback rear window available. The special color scheme inside and out along with unique badging, exclusive aluminum wheels, and cross-fire throttle body fuel injection. This Corvette lives on as the bridge of the 2 generations and the first Corvette to sell for over $20,000.

    This ’82 Corvette Collector Edition sports excellent condition that was originally sold in Iowa before spending most of its life in Arizona. It’s powered by the original 350ci V8 engine paired with the (special for 1982) 4-speed automatic transmission. It features power windows, working air conditioning, front disc brakes, power brakes, power steering, the original radio, and the original wheels. The excellent condition inside and out reflects the low mileage of this beauty plus this low well-handling stingray is very fun to drive! Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • Built for just over 30 years, the Bel Air was a full-size car built by...

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    Built for just over 30 years, the Bel Air was a full-size car built by GM. It featured various designs, trim levels and engine options until its demise in 1981. Although the Tri-Five Chevrolets or the second generation of Bel-air were and still are the most sought after, all of the Bel Air line up was a huge success for GM.

    By 1962 they were already in their fifth generation of design and for the 1961 model everything was changed including sheet metal. For 1962 all new sheet metal again except for the door panels were change and length was slightly increased to 209.6 inches.

    This exceptionally restored 1962 Bel Air retains excellent trim and bright work with some modern features including a 350 Cubic Inch engine that has been bored to a 383. There is modern A/C that blows cold, a aluminum radiator with aux fan. The paint on this car is very attractive that shows very well. We especially like the original style red interior. Everything works as it should and can be purchased at a fraction of the cost of building it your self. This car has covered many miles for club events and shows and performs very well. There is a mountain of paperwork from the build that comes with the car.

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

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  • A classic 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle hardtop nicely cloned to an SS with...

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    A classic 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle hardtop nicely cloned to an SS with shiny red paint, even shinier alloy wheels, and enough big block power under the hood to make all that shine a blur... oh yeah, we know you love it, too.
    This is the kind of muscle car the draws attention and makes others jealous. It starts with professional application of a bold and modern red. Add to that brightwork in all the right places like extra wide bumpers, inside the dual power bulges of the SS hood, rocker panels, and the trim that outlines every inch of glass. Everything else is covered in the super slick clearcoat that highlights the quality and straightness of this coupe’s body. But there’s plenty of brawn behind this beauty. It’s instantly apparent in elements like the aggressive stance, additional SS/Super Sport badging on every side, and those outstanding Coys 17-inch wheels.
    The interior is just as imposing as the exterior. The deep black on the seats, doors panels, carpets, and dash are all products of a good restoration. The buckets are the upgraded factory leather-like material with intricate trim and stitching... all of which makes them an attention-getter today. This package also has a center console to frame the bright gearshift and working clock. The view from the driver’s seat is amazing. You get a three-spoke SS sports steering wheel. Its brightness matches the factory dash that includes 60s-cool items like the extra wide speedometer. You even get provisions for air conditioning.
    Big block Chevelles existed in 1967, but the huge 454-inch V8 under the hood of this coupe is more than a match for anything the factory was building back then. The flames on the chrome air grabber match the valve covers and announce to others this one hot motor. But more than just look the part, a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor helps back this impression up. Of course, most of the time all you have to do is turn the key, and the rumble of the dual exhaust will scare off lesser cars. But a classic like this is no fun unless you can enjoy it on the open road. That’s why it also comes with easy driving features like the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern Cooper tires at all four corners.
    This is an intimidating big-block coupe that has the exact right look and sound to back it up. You’re not the only one who’s been looking for a classic American muscle like this, so we know something looking this good won’t last long in our showroom. Call today!!

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  • Yes, it’s real and documented. Yes, it’s numbers-matching. Yes, it’s a...

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    Yes, it’s real and documented. Yes, it’s numbers-matching. Yes, it’s a nice survivor. Yes, we are just as excited about this one as you are. A real-deal 1970 Plymouth Superbird in arguably the best color around is an opportunity you may never see again.
    Call this one Hemi Orange and you’d be wrong. Plymouth fans know EV2 as Tor Red. But it’s no matter because this iconic color out of the High Impact pallet is original to the car. Yes, that’s the level of originality we are dealing with on this ultra rare Superbird. For the few that don’t understand its significance, just know that the Superbird is a one-year only special edition that was literally a racecar sold to the public. Plymouth improved on its sibling, the Dodge Charger Daytona, to build an aerodynamic car that would dominate NASCAR. Though while the long fiberglass front end and tall spoiler seemed like track-only pieces, NASCAR rules meant that Plymouth would need to build at least 1920 examples for the road (total was around 1980 with far fewer survivors today,) and this is one of those examples in highly original condition. So take some time to look over this coupe, because everything you see is there for a reason. The distinct pointed nose is fitted just as the factory would; the paint looks amazing considering it left the Lynch Road plant before most people reading this were born; and the sheetmetal is amazingly straight. This is all a small miracle that this racecar for the road never met any problems during its 80,877 miles (believed to be actual.) In fact, all the details are correct, too, including the hood pins, vinyl roof, Roar Runner cartoon graphics, and the original Rallye wheel package.
    Open the door, and you will see one of the nicest preserved muscle car interiors around. In fact, the largest modification inside is Richard Petty’s signature! This is a high trim grade bench seat car, which seems like the perfect way to pay tribute to the Road Runner’s budget-friendly nature while still being reminded that this is the top-of-the-line Plymouth. The black vinyl with light trim matches nicely with the door panels, and the black carpets and dash remain in excellent condition. There’s the original Road Runner cartoon emblem in the center of the original three-spoke steering wheel, but you know this is no kid’s show. The original full gauge panel still includes the tach/clock combo next to the large speedo. Plus the fire extinguisher that sits next to the iconic pistol grip shifter tells you this is one serious muscle machine.
    Every time you pop the hood, you’re heart will beat a little faster. The bright block of the 440 cubic-inch Super Commando motor matches the fenders in this amazingly clean engine bay. The monster motor looks like it belonged here since day one, because it has. This numbers-matching V8 has been well looked after over the years to keep it both a great runner and highly original. So while the starter, fuel pump, and four-barrel carburetor have all been replaced, the factory components come with the sale. The valve seats have even been hardened so you can utilize modern pump gas, and there’s an electric fan to make sure this classic stays cool. The big block fires up with the kind of roar that reminds you this is a racecar you can hang a license plate on. The A833 four-speed manual is also believed to be original to the car, and this is exactly what you want to have complete control over this NASCAR hero. Add in power steering, limited slip rear end, and front disc brakes, and it’s easy to handle this wild rare bird.
    This is a numbers-matching, highly documented survivor that comes with the factory buildsheet, title docs, owner’s manual, and Galen Govier Documentation. So while the legend is that the Superbirds were created to lure Richard Petty back to Plymouth, we don’t have to tell you anymore to lure you into our showroom. The only problem will be if you’re not quick enough to grab this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now!!

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  • Slant nose, widebody, and a whale tail...yup, this is the custom Porsche...

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    Slant nose, widebody, and a whale tail...yup, this is the custom Porsche from your bedroom wall. So how come this 1974 Porsche 911 isn’t anywhere close to a six-figure car? Read on...
    This is genuinely the Porsche you dreamed about, with custom touches and all. But first, you probably know by the year that this is not an original Flachbau “slant nose” 911. Of course, most people at the stoplights can tell the year of a 911. More importantly, with a conversion of this quality, no one is going to question that it’s a premium-level Porsche. But it’s more than just the flat face that makes this car such as stunner. It has been given a high quality build that adds the wider body, with slotted rear cooling ducts behind the doorline, and extra room for the wider rear tires. And the custom touches don’t end there. The car’s turbo-style “whale tail” stands out, to make sure people really see it. It even has shaved door handles with remote poppers, and later model Turbo alloy wheels. Its all been professional painted in a metallic medium blue that has so much clearcoat, the curves of the 911 look like a waterfall. So yes, it’s the full custom Porsche that you created in your daydreams before you even had your driver’s license. But unlike the car in your mind, this one is real and up for grabs.
    The custom feeling continues inside with the Recaro bucket seats. You grab the 911’s classic three-spoke steering wheel, and Porsche’s race-ready sensibilities means the tachometer is directly in front of you. The rest of the instruments surround this in their own clearly marked pods to give you a comprehensive view of what’s going on with the motor. The German engineering means the stick shift is at that perfect placement for your right hand. This is a true driver’s car that you’ll love letting the wind whip through the cabin as you row through the gears. But just in case you need to think about the passenger, there are provisions for air conditioning and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo.
    The 2.7-liter boxer flat-six shows plenty of signs of being the car’s original motor, which is something you always like to see in a Porsche. The engine bay is very nicely detailed and extremely clean, showing no evidence of modifications or questionable workmanship, just precise German engineering – the way it's supposed to be. On the road the unmistakable Porsche rumble is hypnotic. You utilize the control of the five-speed manual to take advantage of the light curb weight and incredible torque that make this an iconic sports car. Driving a Porsche hard through the corners is a fun and unique experience for true enthusiasts, and everything can remain in control thanks to the amazing four-wheel disc brakes and the grip of Toyo performance tires.
    This is the custom Porsche that cost a little more than your poster, but a heck of a lot less than what you will find it anywhere else. But you weren’t the only daydreamer out there, so hurry up and grab this custom German drop top. Call today!!

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  • These first-year T-Birds are always in demand, but if you’re a true...

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    These first-year T-Birds are always in demand, but if you’re a true connoisseur, you’ll want to make sure your example that launched the legend is a true cut-above classic. That’s what this 1955 Ford Thunderbird offers. Immaculately restored in its correct Raven Black, this numbers-matching big block car impresses with every little detail.

    There’s nothing more beautiful than Ford’s personal convertible in black and chrome. Code A Raven Black lacquer paint covers every square inch of the body to great effect. It’s part of a painstaking restoration that brought this car back to the February day it left the Dearborn factory. We’re not the only ones to recognize this convertible for its excellence. It’s a multiple award-winner, including the Silver Award from the Classic Thunderbird Club International (CTCI). Fit and finish are extremely good, with doors that close with confidence. It’s the kind of panel fit that when the black folding roof is stashed behind the seat, the car has that clean, unbroken line front to rear that's made these an icon. It’s truly a grand touring sporty appearance with the hood scoop in front and the optional fender skirts in the rear. All the chrome and bright trim is in place, which looks fantastic against the black. This is especially true for the mirror-like wraparound chrome front bumper, and in the rear the twin tailpipes poking through the rear bumper guards was truly a designer’s touch. Correct bright factory hubcaps set with reproduction Firestone whitewalls complete this 1950s time machine.

    If you liked the outside appearance, you’ll love the interior. The exterior black is joined by white for a striking two-tone combination that will have people complementing you about how clean the interior looks. While it came from the factory this way, many will swear it’s a custom creation. Style and luxury were the true hallmarks of this classic, and that’s why it came with rare features for its time like the power seat and power windows. The heat/defrost sliders and upgraded AM/FM radio are all displayed in a machine-turned panel that flows across both doors, and the dash. This frames the power steering wheel, and above it is the nifty speedometer that's lit from behind by a Plexiglas panel viewed through the windshield. Just to the left is the large tachometer, so while this is a luxury cruiser, you do get a few reminders of the large V8 under the hood.

    This car carries its original big block with the same clean and authentic style as the rest of the car. The "Thunderbird Special" 292 cubic-inch V8 looks authentic right down to iconic Thunderbird logo valve covers and hood-fed chrome teapot air filter. But take a closer look, because you’ll start to see that the entire engine bay has been given its correct factory stampings, which is what really impresses the judges and T-Bird fans alike. As the correct motor for the car, it is the higher compression 8.5:1 that came with the automatic transmission and the correct Holley four-barrel carburetor. It’s a powerhouse of a V8, but it doesn’t lose its luxury-minded attitude as it sweetly purrs through its dual exhaust system. The aforementioned Ford-O-Matic three-speed automatic transmission stays comfortable as it clicks through the gears without a fuss. You can see from the undercarriage shots that the restoration extends to the places most people don’t see, so the ride is truly as luxurious as Ford intended for their personal convertible.

    Complete with the original owner’s manual and other documentation, this is a true enthusiast’s classic. People love a ’55 because it’s the car that launched an icon, but for those who are about representing the best Ford had to offer, only a car this correct will do. Call today!!!

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  • The Mercedes W113 is considered by many as the last of the truly regal...

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    The Mercedes W113 is considered by many as the last of the truly regal Mercedes convertibles, and the 250 SL is the rarest of them all. So to have the opportunity at one means a rare chance at joining the upper echelon of classic cars.
    Mercedes takes great pride in their SL line. In fact, the W113 “Pagoda” cars were largely hand-built in Germany. This gave each one a level of fit and finish that made them collector’s cars from day one. The whole production run from 1963-1971 was far fewer than its successor, but for those who love rarity, a 250 SL like this one is the ultimate prize. Produced for only about one year, the 250 SL offered more power and better overall performance, but that’s not what’s making you fall in love with this one. It’s the red and black two-tone with the fantastic shine that has you dreaming about sunny-day cruises. That was part of a $10K investment back in 2013 to keep the exterior up to Mercedes standards. You will find plenty of other cases on this car were no expense was spared keeping the brightwork radiant and the body panels masterfully aligned. So yes, this is an opportunity to purchase a classic that has been cared for the same way you would have if you owned it since new.
    This 250 SL carries its two tops perfectly. You can remove the hardtop for any time you feel like having the wind whip through the cabin. But if the weather turns wet in the middle of your trip, a folding soft top is neatly hidden under the tonneau cover. In fact, while most imported cars of the ‘60s had temporary fabric roofs, this soft top (replaced in 2003) has the precision fitting to be you only roof if you desire. If that sounds like a bit of overkill, it’s absolutely true. Mercedes over-engineered their cars to be exceptionally durable, and you can feel that the moment you slip behind the wheel. The doors close with a solid and confident precision; the MB-Tex seats strike the perfect balance between durable and all-day comfortable; the VDO gauges have military-grade precision; and the steering wheel and gearbox have an intricate design but a hardy feeling in your hands. This is classic car motoring that inspires confidence.
    The key to the idea that Mercedes-Benz cars are bulletproof comes from the reputation built during the 250 SL’s era. Mercedes made only a few variations of motors in ’68, which means they were able to take the time to get the engineering exactly right. Today that gives cars like this 250 SL a large and reliable parts network that even still includes Mercedes-Benz. We have a full history on the care and maintenance that has gone into keeping this one in top running condition, so call us for all the details. A robust and well maintained powerplant also means the fuel-injected 2.5-liter inline six under the hood is exceptionally smooth and is durable enough that you can drive it like a true performance machine. Yes, you can shift the four-speed automatic on your own if you desire, and the motor can take the high rev range with ease. But really this is a grand touring Mercedes. This car is about utilizing the ample trunk space to pack weekend bags and enjoy the backroads to your destination. With power steering, a well-balanced suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes, this is truly classic car motoring at its finest.
    This exceptionally well cared for 250 SL comes with a maintenance log that details nearly 35 years of meticulous care. It’s the kind of dedication to a rare classic that would make you think you need to pay far more for this Pagoda. That’s why it will be going to its new caretaker soon. Will it be you?

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  • Advanced Design Chevy trucks are the perfect place to start a custom...

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    Advanced Design Chevy trucks are the perfect place to start a custom build, and this is a great example why. This 1953 Chevrolet 3100 takes the upright tough appearance of the sheetmetal and mixes in custom paint, A/C interior, and a fuel-injected V8 to create a cool and quick American icon.
    The metallic orange on this pickup looks so candy-coated you might need to nickname it Tootsie Pop. Of course paint can’t look this slick unless it’s applied over some of the straightest, and solid bodywork around. Then as you start looking at details, you’ll notice the exceptional condition of the brightwork. The tall truck has a huge silver streak, with pieces like its wraparound bumpers, and legendary five-bar grille that stands out like a pristine art deco skyscraper. The better-than-new classic appearance even extends to the bright diamond plate truck bed. All of this combines to give the impression of a custom street rod, and the clincher for this attitude comes from the staggered torque thrust-style wheels.
    The interior is full of upgrades without losing the original spirit. The exterior orange is used as the main color on the dash and doors for a very uniform appearance. The buckets seats stay in the GM family, but since their much younger, they provide superior comfort and power adjustment. The driver gets a chrome sports steering wheel, and ahead of that the original dial cutouts now house an AutoMeter Phantom speedo and tach. The customized dashboard has room for a full set of auxiliary gauges because the controls for the AM/FM/CD stereo and ice-cold air conditioning have been moved to a custom console below the readouts. This still leaves room for a floor-mounted Lokar shifter. If all this seems like a nice setup for a performance machine, you’d be correct.
    One look under the hood, and there’s no mistaking this pickup for anything but a muscle machine. That’s a 383 cubic-inch stroker small block V8 with electronic fuel injection. So that means it reliably delivers plenty of power. Even better is how people will hear your superiority thanks to the header-fed Borla exhaust system. Yes, the same people who fabricate some of the best performance exhaust systems in the world are helping this pickup make its mark. But more than just a terrific sound, this Chevy feels great on the road. No matter if you are driving hard or just cruising, the B&M built 700R4 four-speed automatic w/overdrive has all the right moves. It feeds the Ford 9-inch rear that is running versatile 3.55 gears. Up front there’s a Mustang II-style independent suspension with thick anti-sway bar. Topping it all off is power steering and a four-wheel disc brake package for superior control.
    A stunning show-quality truck that knocks ‘em dead wherever it goes and drives everywhere with ease. This awesome Chevy is one heck of a machine. Call today before it’s gone tomorrow!

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  • The right colors; the right enhanced V8 crate motor; and the right...

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    The right colors; the right enhanced V8 crate motor; and the right price... This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute gets a lot of things right from the first moment you look at it, but as you get closer for the details, it gets even better.

    Take a good look at these pictures, a Camaro this straight and clean shows that it has been carefully maintained for nearly half a century. But what really set it apart are the upgrades that make it a showstopper without losing its original Camaro spirit. This starts with the paint where the Teal Blue was swapped for a factory shade of LeMans Blue. The color lives up to its race-bred name with super slick gloss and shine, plus the white SS stripes help add to this sporty distinction. The blacked-out SS grille, front chin spoiler, cowl hood, and D80 rear spoiler are all great looking muscle car upgrades. The original optional Rally wheels were upgraded to a slightly larger 15-inch set from a Z28 to better fill out the wheel well. All of this makes for a Camaro that carries all of the best elements from ’68.

    The interior is both highly original and very interesting. Usually a car like this would have a black interior, but this one is quite distinctive with the bucket seats that are still in their original blue vinyl. The color matches the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and dash. All of this is in remarkable condition, with plenty of bright accents are all in place. This includes the correct Camaro nameplates on the doors and the lockable glovebox -- did you also happen to notice Chip Foose and Robin Zander (lead singer of Cheap Trick) signed the lid?! A welcomed introduction for the 1968 model year was the Astro Ventilation system. It not only helped get more fresh air into the car, but it also eliminated the need for vent windows in the front. So unlike the first year Camaro you now have the true pillarless look with all the windows rolled down. You’ll slip behind the original three-spoke steering wheel and look out over the cool dual pod gauge design. While this factory setup is always desirably cool, there’s a pair of auxiliary gauges, which tells you there’s something good going on in the engine bay.

    Under the hood is Chevy’s trusty 350 cubic-inch V8 looking great with plenty of new and polished components. While that engine was available in 1968, it was never as powerful as this. You’re looking at 330 hp crate motor that has been further enhanced with go-fast goodies such as Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube performance headers. You’ll love the sound it makes when the dual exhaust barks at fire up, and this one does it reliable thanks to less than 1,110 miles on the motor. It’s built to make the most out of its power thanks to a Powerglide transmission that’s been enhanced with a 2300 RPM stall and shift kit. No matter if you’re doing the stoplight grand prix or just weekend cruising, this Camaro feels great thanks to the upgraded independent front suspension. Add in the power, steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich tires, and this is a great anytime American classic.

    This Camaro has been a labor of love, and there’s even $17K in build receipts to prove it. These are all the best elements of a ’68 with some serious horsepower backing it all up. A well-built classic like this doesn’t last long in out showroom. Call today!!!

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    Buy in complete confidence - we are WA's largest importer of these vehicles and offer full spare parts support and affordable after sales care for all makes and models.


    Get in touch today to own a fully loaded version of Australia's favourite people mover!

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

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  • Beautiful driver or local show Z28 clone has been completely restored...

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    Beautiful driver or local show Z28 clone has been completely restored both mechanically and cosmetically to a very high level. The restoration is documented by an inch thick binder of receipts for parts and labor that tell a story of a detailed build using the best components including a GM crate motor (350 CID, 260 HP, 350 torque), Edlebrock carb and intake, Hurst shift linkage, new springs, complete new brake system, suspension bushings, LSD, new chrome, new paint, new upholstery, new window rubber, etc.. The under-carriage is as pristine as the top side, the attention to detail includes powdwer coated inner fender wells and radiator support! The options include power steering,power brakes, and center console. Financing is available with approved credit. Transportation and inspection services are also available. Laguna Classic Cars & Automotive Art, Inc. 2171 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, Ca 92651949-283-1038 Cell949-715-4555 Business949-715-3827

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  • Stunning showroom condition Lincoln Mark V Cartier Edition with less...

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    Stunning showroom condition Lincoln Mark V Cartier Edition with less than 65k miles shows almost no wear and everything works perfectly. ?The original paint is flawless as is the chrome and interior upholstery. Looking closely in the engine compartment and under the car you can see the factory chalk inspection marks still in place. This car has been garage kept since new and driven very lightly. The car performs like it looks: PERFECTLY! The engine power is velvet smooth, the transmission shifts butter smooth, and the driving sensation is like you are riding on a pillow. All windows, seats, AC,heat and power systems work flawlessly. Financing is available with approved credit. Independent inspection and world wide transportation services are also available. Laguna Classic Cars & Automotive Art, Inc. 2171 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, Ca 92651949-283-1038 Cell949-715-4555 Business949-715-3827

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