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  • The all-original time capsule ‘Cuda you see here was custom-ordered by...

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    The all-original time capsule ‘Cuda you see here was custom-ordered by one of North Carolina’s most fearless backwoods daredevils, and spent most of its life sitting in his world-class car and motorcycle collection. Not only is the car packed full of rare and unique options, it’s also equipped with a top-of-the-line, high performance drivetrain, still covered in original paint and still cradling a 2,010 mile Hemi V8! Being the heir to the Reynolds tobacco empire, and having an avid love of Winston cigarettes, Zach predictably ordered his brand spankin’ new ‘Cuda in Chrysler’s FE5 Rallye Red lacquer, a V1X black vinyl top and V6X Hemi billboards. Zach decided to add his own flair to the car, but he had the foresight not to make any permanent changes, And years later, Mopar collector Steven Juliano bought the car and, with a little polishing, returned its all-original paint to factory luster. Under the hood, an all-original, low-mileage Hemi which wears a correct 2468330-2 casting number above a matching 295999 partial VIN. That high powered big block spins an original A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission that’s branded with a correct 3515849 Barracuda code and a matching 295999 partial VIN. That heavy duty gear slinger churns torque through an optional Dana 60 rear end that’s still equipped with a tough Sure Grip differential, killer 4.10 gears and an original factory paper strap that’s branded with a build sheet matching 026 part number. And at the corners of that drivetrain, original 15 inch Rallye wheels spin original F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs. If you’re looking for the absolute ultimate muscle car that’s guaranteed to please the most discerning collector and serve as the perfect centerpiece to any collection, here’s your ace in the hole!

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  • If you’re looking for a truly mind-boggling muscle car, you’ve...

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    If you’re looking for a truly mind-boggling muscle car, you’ve definitely come to the right place! Like most great cars, the idea for the Viper ‘Cuda was born from a unique combination of stress and innovation. After losing his pristine Hemicuda in a divorce, the future owner of Time Machines decided to take a spin in one of his good friend’s Dodge Vipers. While he was out enjoying Detroit’s brawniest badass, he began thinking how nice it’d be if his remaining asset, a ’71 Cuda project car, drove as well as a modern sports car. And the rest, as we say, is sweet, octane-fueled history! The foundation for this killer build was a 20K mile 1995 Dodge Viper, which makes this Cuda’s current mileage of 31,906 accurate to its drivetrain. And naturally, every bit of that snake’s mechanical goodness made the transition 100% intact, with the Roe Racing supercharged V10 sending a dyno-proven 547 horsepower and a pavement-splitting 623 lb./ft. of torque to the car’s fat rear wheels. The interesting thing about Time Machines is the way they performed the Viper ‘Cuda conversions. Instead of a simple engine swap, or a pro-touring style adaptation, this ’71 ‘Cuda’s body is actually mated to its Viper donor chassis as one structure. At the edges of the aerodynamic floors, a beefy chassis is complete with a Borg Warner T56 6-speed manual transmission and a Dana 44 limited slip differential that’s filled with stout 3.55 gears. Pound on the four wheel disc brakes and they’re more than up to the task of reeling in the engine’s 547 horses, lap after lap. Throw the car into the corner, and handsome 18 inch wheels spin 275/35 front Michelin Pilot Sport performance radials in front of 335/30 rear Michelin Pilot Sport performance radials. As you probably already know, this Plymouth’s interior was the biggest challenge; but the car’s transformation from 5-passenger muscle to 2-passenger sport is seamless in appearance. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!

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  • Own a piece of history! Those of you who recognize the origin of the...

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    Own a piece of history! Those of you who recognize the origin of the iconic snowflake wheel, shaker scoop and TA 6.6 insignia, no doubt remember what started it all... "Smokey and the Bandit." Who knew in 1977, the year the movie Smoky and the Bandit released, that a five year old boy entering the first grade in Canton, PA would one day provide the inspiration to keep the Trans Am namesake alive. Now, 35yr. later, the once first grader is chief designer for Trans Am Depot, makers of the exclusively licensed 2012 Trans Am. The team of Morgan and the Depot have also released a 2012 GTO, ¹69 style Trans Am, '70 442 and many other of the hottest retro muscle cars to prowl the American streets in recent memory. These and other Morgan designs have been featured on Discovery Channel¹s American Choppers, Hot Rod, High Performance Pontiac, Pontiac Enthusiast¹s and more.

    Now, you can own one of designer, Kevin Morgan¹s 2010 Trans Am¹s from his personal collection. Morgan is releasing car #8 to the public. This is only the second time that a new styled and licensed Trans Am has made it to the secondary market. There is currently a two month waiting list just to get on the schedule to have one of these cars built. As the saying goes, "Enjoy life, you only live once".

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  • A ton of time and money was spent making this bright bombshell one of...

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    A ton of time and money was spent making this bright bombshell one of the best Hemi ‘Cuda tributes on the planet. And it’s the perfect way for any hardcore Chrysler enthusiast to join the upper echelon of collector cars without taking out a second mortgage. As one of the most appealing hues to come out of Chrysler’s hip 1970s ’brighter is better’ mindset, code FY1 yellow is probably the most dynamic paint to ever adorn classic Mopar metal. And when it’s expertly applied under traditional Hemi side stripes, it’s an absolutely glowing reminder as to just how crazy the muscle car era really was. Naturally, that fluorescent pigment looks right at home highlighting this rotisserie restored ‘Cudas straight profile; after all it is the car’s original color. And the result is one high energy symphony of razor-sharp lines, rock-solid panels and super glossy surfaces that oozes bare-knuckle confidence and old school appeal! Pull the pins on this ‘Cuda’s bright yellow hood and you’ll find an era-correct 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 that’s been professionally restored to first class condition. As Chrysler’s top option for power hungry gearheads this legendary elephant block, which is complete with its famous 2468330 casting number, utilizes cast iron heads, an oversquare bore, a forged steel crank, forged steel connecting rods, forged aluminum pistons and a hydraulic camshaft to turn stout 10.25 to 1 compression into an advertised 425 horsepower and 490 lb./ft. of torque. That high-winding Chrysler big block churns power through a professionally rebuilt 4-speed that spins a correct Dana 60 Sure Grip around stout 3.55 gears. And at the corners of the car, 15 inch Rallye wheels spin fresh F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around new trim rings and gray center caps. Freshly restored, and highly accurate in every way, this convertible ‘Cuda is guaranteed to please even the most discerning Mopar enthusiast. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!

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  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack Vin Code - JS23U0B163852...

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    1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack Vin Code - JS23U0B163852

    Check it out on the You Tube Video ! - http://youtu.be/cgkgr58Ndi8

    Owner is sad to let it go but he has had his time with it. Everything is pretty much done for you. While you could if you are the type... This is not a car for storing in a garage and showing it off. This is a get-in and Drive vehicle, made for a great time and to enjoy driving it. Very Sad Owner is retiring and moving out of the US in the near future and can’t take it with him. Built out of a labor of Love for over 12 years, this is your rare opportunity to own a very rare, very desirable, street usable and fully restored classic muscle car. This is a Fully Resto-Modified, custom, one-off, Grade 1 to 2 Hi-Performance Show stopper. This is a E86 code car upgraded to a E87 – 505 CID Six Pack recreation R/T . Numbers matching ( Fender and Windshield tags only, no build sheet) except for the Engine. While it is always garaged and covered, this masterpiece was Built to impress and built for adrenaline pumping, spine thrusting speed. Most importantly, it was restored to be able to enjoy driving it. Why buy one of these wonders of the 70’s – Detroit made muscle cars only to pay a lot more for a perfect ‘original’ configuration, only to put it in a ‘museum’ if you can’t drive it? These cars were meant to ‘DRIVE’. Here is one you can own and cherish that is very close to original, that was very carefully and tastefully modified - one you can actually drive and get some pulse pounding, head turning driving enjoyment out of. You'd better be in a sociable mood when you drive this head turner!... it is absolutely amazing to look at and equally impressive to enjoy is hearing the ultra low frequency growl of the 650 + horse power blowing sweet tunes on the 3 “ dual exhaust system pipes and out the 3” Chrome tips… it turns heads by it’s sound alone. With the highest quality of P & G paints, it is recently (2011) beautifully completely hand craft repainted all around ( truck to door frame and engine compartment) with the factory original ‘FC7’ Plum-Crazy Purple topped off with 8 coats of clear coat giving it a mirror like finish. It sports detailed customized white ‘race’ side stripping and white hood customized painting- sporting the ‘R/T’ logo, add in a tasteful gloss metallic black rear accent deck color, white vinyl top with gorgeous white interior and black carpet and you have a guaranteed head turner. It has fully restored Original colored and period specific textured white bucket seats, with the shifting console sporting the original slap stick automatic shifter. To keep your eyes on what matters, the Original Rally instrumentation cluster now has a new Mopar 10k RMP electronic Tachometer and of course , the all important 150 MPH Speedometer. Connecting you to all this power we have upgraded the steering wheel from the old clunky wide original design to a state-of the art Grant comfort wheel with and integrated keyed wheel removal locking system that makes it so you can remove the steering wheel completely making it impossible to ever drive it off. More effective than any Low-Jack system. In the event you want to make this car even faster, the wheel has two nicely recessed buttons for future NOS or Turbo activation built into the wheels edge. This beauty has some monstrous power under the customized Hi-performance flow through vented hood. We have built this up to a full race specification with a new engine short block coming from the factory, Mother Mopar herself and with less than a thousand miles on it, starting with a 505 CID short block that has been bored, stroked and balanced and set to 10.25 compression pistons, so with regular or with premium ( 91) gas, she behaves very well. Bolted to it are some (P4876386) Mopar Stage 3 – CNC Ported/ Intake Matched and polished Aluminum Cylinder heads with a 2.25” Intake and 1.81 inch exhaust valve set. On top, are some Crane Roller Rockers and upon some Crane Roller hydraulic tappets which are commanded by a Competition Cams- racing Cam dialed in to a 480 max lift ( .320 @ 0.05) blessing it with a quite ‘sweet sounding lopeyness’ (230 @ 0.05)280 duration. The Cam selection was engineered to produce the maximum power curve starting at 3200 RPM where the Stall Racing Torque converter and the vacuum secondary carburation of the six pack were all dialed in at 3200 rpm range which give you that warp drive kick in the pants that makes your hands shake with adrenaline. Not for the faint of heart !. Once the engine and tranny were completed, this car was dynanometer carburation / timing tuned and tested and dialed in for 548 Horse power at the wheels under a full 5500 RPM load. The ET Speed was measured to be 10.25 seconds in the quarter mile. Some other build details are: • A 9 quart Moroso Oil Pump with a Hi-volume / Hi –pressure Oil pump. • A high performance vicious damped certified harmonic crank balancer • Firing off this rocket , there is an MSD – 6AL electronic ignition system powering the MSD hi-performance RB pointless distributor. All engine wiring has been completely replaced in this effort. • Powering the K & N covered intake manifold are original Holley 350 and 500 CFM carburetors that were modified with Pro comp billeted metering plates and other go fast goodies giving the engine, when in Warp drive, a combined total of 1350 CFM of air and fuel. Note: For maximum air flow, there is no choke on this setup so starting it up when cold requires more fuel and attention to starting it up by the driver. •And there is more !... Ceramic coated aluminum 3 inch Hooker ‘Super-Comp’ headers with a A/F ratio bung sensor plug ready for a sensor. • Edelbrock aluminum dual plane hi-rise intake manifold • Edelbrock aluminum Water pump • Race modified Torqeflight A727 transmission, race modified with race clutches and other goodies including a B&M Transmission shift / valve body kit with a 6 Quart aluminum finned and drain plugged oil pan, shifts faster than any stick. Will chirp in the first two gears. Inline oil filter cooler. • New 18 Gallon Gas Tank with new - ½ “ stainless steel fuel lines and a very quiet Holley racing fuel pump with a tank and inline filter. • Viscously coupled cooling fan and dual 16” electric auto-temp switched fans in front of the extra large radiator. • Front and rear sway bars with new rebuilt front end section with a short ratio steering box / pitman arm for tighter control at higher speeds. • 10 inch front disk brakes and rear drum brakes • 3.52 inch rear gear ratio differential with a racing pinion snubber firmly attached to prevent rotational rear axle spin. Traction bars are available and included - just not installed. • All Ornamental placards, lenses and bumpers and chrome items are new old stock ( NOS) or equivalent. • Radiator and heater hosing is braided. • Original Rally wheels are available and it now has chrome period specific Centerline brand wheels on all four wheel. All mounted wheels are ‘Centerline’ brand. The rear tires are well connected to the road with a 13. 5 inch B.F. Goodrich Comp TA Drag Radial hybrid. It is – P325/50R15… Part for track, part for street. Normal 15 x 8 P215/65R15 on the front wheels. • 6 leaf Super-Comp rear leaf springs. • Built to US Specs ( Y05) and manufactured in Hamtramck, MI, USA in 1970 on Assembly line number 2 • Many of the original parts you may want and other specialty items are boxed and will be included - no charge ( Steering wheel, dash clock, Holley jet kit, A/F ratio sensor and computer with software - original rally rims and a lot more) • All rear, front and running lights and covers are NOS ( New Old Stock) and look near perfect. All new Chrome or polished stainless trim.

    Other important items: No need to pay someone like Galin Govier 75 bucks or more for the build card verifications. For serious buyers, I will gladly send pictures and pencil rubs of the fender tag showing that the numbers match and what is in the car matches the tag. Here is a facsimile of the fender tag for your preliminary exploration, you can Google the code table to see what they mean: EN2 N41 N42 R11 Y6Y Y05 FC7 A62 C16 C55 G33 V21 FC7 XG XY 000 A21 031904 E86 032 JS23 U0B 163852

    Business detail: • Additional Pictures are easily available on request. Just email me. • This is a cash only purchase. Except for the deposit, No Pay Pal. Cashiers check from a major bank or CU is acceptable. Title signed and surrendered when the total purchase price cash has been transacted or verified in trust. Buyer assumes cost of Trust or title exchange if desired. • Fly out before you buy and test drive it with the owner tag along. • Purchaser is responsible for any transportation , preparation, and applicable insurances. • Brokers are welcome and pricing for broker to be 10 % less. Broker must be able to send a current brokers business license and share a Web site or adequate paperwork proving you are a broker. • 2,000 dollar ( US) deposit due upon closure of this auction to lock in the sale. Deposit is non-refundable after 2 weeks or if financing is not competed and the cash is exchanged in those two-weeks, it will go towards the final sale price of the car. • Buyer agrees to pickup and take possession of the car within 2 weeks post sale unless prior arrangements are agreed upon with the owner. • Seller agrees to keep insurance and parked covered, locked security in force until buyer picks up car. • Seller agrees to allow buyer or their trusted proxy to inspect the car at the buyers location before the final payment is made to the seller. Car will be released and is being sold ‘as-is’. Not all of this is new or NOS and not all of it is perfect but it is damn close ! and there is still room to do some little custom things that you will want to do... No warranties are expressed nor implied. Email with any questions. Hope it goes to a good home... someone that loves it as much as me... Thanks for Looking !

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  • 1969 Boss 429 Mustang
    Original owner
    Raven Black
    In 1969 Ford...

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    1969 Boss 429 Mustang
    Original owner
    Raven Black
    In 1969 Ford introduced a new engine destined to set the Chrysler camp at Nascar scrambling. The 429 Shotgun Hemi When the boys at Chrysler were sleeping the Ford engineers developed a contender to the once mighty 426 Hemi ,but in order for Ford to race the new Shotgun 429 Hemi engine they had to produce a minimum of 500 street cars that had the new engine under the hood. While the new engine was destined to be installed in a slippery Torino body ,dubbed the Talledaga, the marketing department at Ford wisely decided to build the necessary street cars with the new engine shoehorned between the modified shock towers of the 1969 Sportsroof Mustang. The Boss 429 Mustang was born ! What really sets this apart from other manufacturers offering is that the 429 Shotgun engine was a true "purpose built" engine designed for 1 thing..RACING And with only 859 of these unique Mustangs produced in 1969 it is one of the rarest factory offerings ever ! Unlike Chrysler who produced 10's of thousands of 426 Hemi powered cars the total production of Boss 429 powered Mustangs in 1969 and 1970 was just 1357. A very rare car indeed.. There are several groups trying to document the remaining Boss 429 Mustangs but thus far only about 410 of them are accounted for. Did I say it was rare !! Here is your chance to add a true pice of Ford history to your Muscle Car collection for a fraction of the cost of other offerings. I'll add some more history and highlights of this particular Boss in the next week. Stay tuned , - See more at: http://myclassicgarage.com/portal/garage/79160/marketplace#sthash.SciHenhH.dpuf

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  • "Perfection." Not a word we use very often here at Art & Speed. But...

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    "Perfection." Not a word we use very often here at Art & Speed. But for this rare and unbelievable 1966 GTO convertible, perfection is the only word to describe it. Arguably one of the finest 1966 GTOs in existence, this rare beauty comes with Pontiac Historical Society (PHS) documentation to support its authenticity.

    The rotisserie restoration is truly of the highest order. Every nut, every bolt has been refurbished or replaced. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is superior to its original construction back in 1966.

    With impeccable fit and finish, this GTO stands superior to its competition. Finished in the correct Cameo Ivory with red interior, red pinstripes and red fender liners, this GTO is truly a rare and desirable car. On laser straight sheet metal, the finish is flawless and of the highest show quality. Again, perfection abounds in every way. Every piece of the exterior is perfectly aligned and you cannot help but be drawn in by the precision panel gaps and molding alignment of this car. The attention to detail is simply incomparable.

    The interior of this GTO also does not disappoint. The stunning red upholstery grabs the senses and will transport you right back to 1966. Straight seam alignment shows the attention to detail. This car has original GM belt buckles along with original style Pontiac floor mats. The dash is wrapped in the correct and beautiful walnut, bringing back the elegance of the day in a very special way.

    Under the hood is equally pristine. You’ll find a beautifully detailed 389ci V8 with 4-barrell carburetor. This car is even powered by a genuine AC Delco battery. Every hose and belt is an original GM part. Every clamp is correct. Every finish is correct. Every square inch is correct…every square inch is perfect. And the undercarriage detail is of equal finish to the every other part of the car.

    The precise originality of this GTO is complemented by period-correct Hurst wheels riding on redline radial tires. This combination works perfectly with the authentic redline fender liners, a detail that sets this GTO apart.

    This beautiful GTO is nationally ranked by the International Show Car Association (ISCA), and achieved multiple awards at its first showing in February 2014.

    As you can see in the pictures, "perfection" truly is the best word for this car. It’s our pleasure to offer this rare gem of a car, and it will, without a doubt, be your pleasure to own!

    <a title="Classic Car Financing" href="http://artandspeed.com/finance" target="_self">Financing</a> available!

    <a title="Contact Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery" href="http://www.artandspeed.com/contact">Contact us</a> with questions about this car or any other in the <a title="Art & Speed Classic Cars" href="http://www.artandspeed.com/vehicles">Art & Speed Inventory.</a>

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  • Cruising around in the sixties and seventies, you would have seen all...

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    Cruising around in the sixties and seventies, you would have seen all shapes and sizes of muscle cars and street rods. From the sleeper COPO Camaros to the full out custom of many 32 Ford Coupes and everything in between. Any Mopar of the day was usually a scary, yet awesome site to see. They scream horsepower. This 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner up for sale at Blad Boys Muscle Cars has the power a Mopar should have. This original 383 car has been upgraded to a 440 Magnum. She has tons of torque and is shifted by a 4 speed manual transmission. The car was painted in a vibrant red with white pearl stripes 10 years ago and shows very well. There are a few small chips along the front end from driving her but nothing significant. Other upgrades installed along the way include a new Painless Wiring harness, Flaming River quick ration steering box, am/fm cd player, all new interior panels including doors, and seats. Additional features include power front disc brakes,new gas tank, electronic ingition and power steering. Let's get back to driving this beast. This car holds the road and drives out well. There are a few patches of rubber out in front of our place where this Mopar marked it's territory. Like a Bengal Tiger marking it's spot, this Mopar can prowl the streets with the best of them.

    This is a great, driver quality vehicle that will turn heads wherever you go. Give us a call with any questions.

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  • If you’re one of the countless Chrysler enthusiasts who wants some top...

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    If you’re one of the countless Chrysler enthusiasts who wants some top dog Mopar muscle that you can show AND enjoy, this expertly restored E-Body is exactly the car you’ve been searching for! Much more impressive than when it originally rolled down Dodge Main’s storied assembly lines, this slick Mayflower coupe has been transformed into a take-no-prisoners street warrior that consistently knocks people out at cruise nights. If you’re going to talk the talk, you’d better be ready to walk the walk. A flashy muscle car without guts is about as appealing as a firecracker without gun powder or a gallon of sweet tea without sugar. Fully rebuilt to factory specifications, fully detailed into a show worthy masterpiece, and wearing a correct 2780930 casting number above a matching partial VIN, this Cuda’s stout 340 LA block is a great companion for either the street or the strip! In the late 60s and early 70s, if you were a true Mopar guy, the only transmission you wanted was a factory-issued A833 4-speed; and the 23 spline unit in this evil looking Plymouth is tough enough for the track and smooth enough for the parkway! Naturally that high performance engine and transmission combination feeds a fully sorted front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that’s shackled to a correct power steering system, a rugged 8.75 Sure Grip rear end and stout 3.55 gears. And at the corners of those floors, traditional 15 inch Rallye wheels spin 235/60 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around fresh trim rings and argent center caps. Well-built early 70s Plymouths are just good, clean fun; and every time we put a reasonably priced example in our showroom, our phones start ringing off the hook. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today for more information on this sinister ‘Cuda!

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  • Over the last 30 years, the current owner has been restoring and...

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    Over the last 30 years, the current owner has been restoring and modifying this rarest of 67 Mustangs.

    The original 390 C. I. engine was replaced on this vintage car with a 454 stroker. Some of the modifications from original 1967 Mustang include; 2 - 4 bbl carbs, a 4 speed Toploader trans with the large input shaft, 4 wheel power disc brakes, Detroit Locker 4:54 to 1 rear end, an AM/FM radio with a CD changer, and a custom gauge package. The paint is a custom "Mystic Chrome Illusion", green on green with an illusion of purple, with black interior.

    This classic 67 Mustang is located in New Mexico. Call us to learn more about this well stocked stand out rendition of vintage cars!

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  • The uncontested favorite and most collectable year of the Plymouth...

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    The uncontested favorite and most collectable year of the Plymouth Barracuda is 1971. The introduction of the Plymouth E-Body was in 1970 - and was refined 1971 for an even more stellar appearance. The well known "egg crate" grille and the fender mounted Gills make this a standout at any show. This Cuda was originally highly optioned according to the fender tag. Optioned with the 340ci V8, Automatic transmission, extremely rare bench seat, road wheels, clock, power windows, power steering, rear window defogger, power brakes, Air Conditioning, sport hood, hood pins, sill moldings, luggage rack and dual exhaust.

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  • 1971 Plymouth Barracuda. 20-month restoration completed in January 2003....

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    1971 Plymouth Barracuda. 20-month restoration completed in January 2003. Build conforms to 'correct' in many aspects, both major and minor. In-Violet exterior finish, original and/or OEM parts. Vehicle belonged to an elderly Woman who sold the car to a gentleman in upstate New York. Purchased from second owner in March 2001 with 27,850 original miles. Immediately sent to be cloned into 440-6 barrel 'Cuda. Exhibited in 2003 International Auto Show in Atlanta. Multiple show winner in E-Body with up to 4-bolt ons class. Bored .030 over; TRW pistons; Lunatti Solid Lift Cam; Ported 906 heads; Double Roller Timing Chain; Edelbrock intake; 9.7:1 Compression ratio; Sure Grip 3:55 Gear 489 Casing; Slap Stick Automatic w/Manual Valve Body; TTI Ceramic-Coated Headers; 2-1/2" Exhaust & Stainless Steel Tips; Dynomax Mufflers; Fog Lamps; Billboards; Repro Elastomeric Bumper; Eyebrow Spoilers. Manufactured in August 1970 as a 318 cu. in. automatic on the column plain hood Barracuda. Always garaged and never driven in the rain. Have original build sheet, bill of sale, and most maintenance records. Driven approximately 1,000 miles annually. Spare tire is full-sized. Do not have small spare that came with these cars when new. Although not shown in photos, have tire jack with stand and proper jack hook for elastomeric bumper. Tires are BF Goodrich Raised White-Letter P255/60R15s. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the car. I am selling to further my chances of an early retirement. Cash or bank wire transfer will be the only accepted forms of payment. Sale transaction to occur at buyer's choice of bank location. Offered for $64,000.00.

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  • RK Motors Charlotte is home to some of the coolest muscle cars on the...

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    RK Motors Charlotte is home to some of the coolest muscle cars on the planet, and we’ve built our reputation on bringing you the best Mopars money can buy. Over the last six years we've sold more Hemi-powered Chryslers than anyone; and when we tell you this Alpine White rarity is one of the finest ‘Cudas on the market, it’s coming from first-hand experience. Not only is this Plymouth fully documented, it sports a fresh rotisserie restoration that’s built around a roster of correct components, and its numbers-matching Hemi/correct A727 drivetrain is 1 of only 368 produced for the 1970 model year. Assembled in Hamtramck, Michigan in December of 1969, this spectacular Hemi ‘Cuda is the beneficiary of a professional rotisserie restoration that created a ‘better-than-new’ show stopper. Toss the car’s light hood and you’ll find an original, 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 that’s authenticated by a famous 2468330 casting number and matching 179181 partial VIN. Behind that big block, a correct A727 Torqueflite is tight and shifts like new. That stalwart gearbox sends power to a correct Dana 60 Super Performance axle. Naturally, that spirited driveline hangs in a restored Hemi suspension. Stops come courtesy of standard power front disc and rear drum brakes. Exhaust is handled by aluminized tubes that bend around an H-shaped crossover, Chrysler-branded mufflers and factory-correct resonators. And all this Mopar goodness rolls on stylish Rallye wheels, which twist F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around satin trim rings and silver center caps. This ‘Cuda has it all: looks to kill, power that never stops and a roster of rare components that would take years to duplicate. If you’re in the market for some solid, investment grade muscle that’ll continue to build equity for years to come, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com!

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  • 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 302 cui small block Ford. Automatic OD...

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    1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 302 cui small block Ford. Automatic OD transmission. 3.00:1 rear end gears. Painted Silver Jade with Blackout hood and Mach 1 stripping. Black vinyl high back bucket seat interior with full console. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Flowmaster dual exhaust with headers. Edelbrock intake. Holley carburetor. Monte Carlo bar. HEI. Hood pins. Louvers with rear spoiler. Leather wrapped Grant steering wheel. In-dash clock. Remote driver side mirror. Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo. 15&amp;#8221; Magnum 500 wheels. Website link to youtube &lt;a href=&quot;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47n3PnYuFSc&quot;&gt;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47n3PnYuFSc Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mustang inventory. Have some fun driving a Mach 1 to the next cruise night for SALE PENDING!!!

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  • Looking for an untouched unmolested 57.....Good luck, almost all of them...

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    Looking for an untouched unmolested 57.....Good luck, almost all of them out there have been hot-rodded throughout the years. This is one that has been kept nearly untouched in its original glory. This car is nearly exactly the way she was rolling out of the dealership nearly 56 years ago. Matador Red with an Ivory White top this is a beautiful 57 Bel Air 2DR Sedan. This car was purchased from a couple who had owned it since 1975 and kept it nearly untouched. They had carpet custom made for the trunk, added a new Headliner and replaced the rear bumper. Before purchasing the car it had not been driven in nearly 20 years. This is a rare find and though this vehicle is 56 years old it only has 78,000 miles on it. It is all original sheet metal and is a very solid car.

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  • 1967 Shelby GT500 Originally Lime Gold NOW Black with white stripes...

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    1967 Shelby GT500 Originally Lime Gold NOW Black with white stripes Black interior factory 4-speed car RUST FREE ALL ORIGINAL SHEETMETAL ARIZONA CAR (still has Arizona plate from 1977) Undercarriage is believed to be ALL ORIGINAL and NEVER PAINTED OR ALTERED ALL ORIGINAL INTERIOR NUMBERS MATCHING drivetrain complete with Vin matching tranny and date correct engine block heads intake and carbs! This car still has the original factory paint markings on the tranny undercarriage and other parts! 32k actual miles on this car! A very rare find for sure.... Car has all CORRECT dated original parts including : Air cleaner dual carbs intake heads short block timing cover fuel pump distributor radiator fan & clutch alternator brakes power steering etc. the list goes on and on....

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  • Tor-Red/Hemi orange
    340 4-barrel w/aluminum intake and mild cam...

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    Tor-Red/Hemi orange
    340 4-barrel w/aluminum intake and mild cam (originally a 318)
    8.75 Sure Grip rear with 3.55 gears
    TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic
    Power steering

    A clean & solid driver that's been garage-kept and well cared for. Paint is good driver-quality. Typically starts in 1-2 turns of the key...get in and go...this one is not a handful to drive.

    Some of the upgrades within the past 3,500 miles include:
    Exhaust from headers back - turbo mufflers and stainless steel downturned tips
    Spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor
    Brakes all around - front discs
    New shocks - rear air shocks
    New BFG's
    New upholstery, headliner, carpeting
    New carburetor
    New battery and terminals
    Inspected, fluids topped-off or replaced, timed/tuned by a local shop of pros
    Front wheel alignment

    No trades please.

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  • Perhaps no other car defined Mopar Muscle than the 1969 Plymouth Road...

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    Perhaps no other car defined Mopar Muscle than the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Plymouth’s “dare to be different” attitude was exemplified with the road runner as in 1968 the paid 50, 000 dollars to Warner Brothers to use the name and likeness of their iconic Road Runner cartoon character and they spent thousands on the development of the cars signature “beep beep” horn. The design and promotional aspect was fun and fresh, however the power and performance of these cars were taken very seriously during development as the muscle car wars were at their height of their popularity in 1969.

    We are pleased to present this highly restored, documented numbers matching 1969 Plymouth Road runner for sale. The car has been the recipient of a high quality, frame off, nut and bolt restoration that took over 4 years to perform. The car features its original 383 V8 engine fed by a 4 barrel carburetor with the desirable and fully functional “Air Grabber” intake system. The power is transferred via a 5 speed TKO manual transmission (original 4-speed included), and applied via a sure grip rear end. Mechanically the performance of this vehicle is amazing, the original motor was fortified with a 477 stroker kit and aluminum heads, and ignition is managed by MSD. The car pulls strong in every gear, and proves to be very drivable and manageable in traffic and in an all out speed situation. The restoration quality is excellent with huge attention to detail and quality.
    1969 Road Runners are highly sought after, and considered by many the top of the heap for that year. This is an opportunity to acquire a top shelf example of American Muscle. A true value at the price offered here.

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  • One of only 46 4-speed Ram Air IV Trans Ams produced for the 1969 model...

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    One of only 46 4-speed Ram Air IV Trans Ams produced for the 1969 model year, this fully restored, 51,445 mile time capsule features a complete numbers matching drivetrain, a highly original interior and full documentation that dates all the way back to its dealership checklist. According to the Pontiac Historical Services documentation included with the sale, it was assembled at GM’s Norwood Ohio manufacturing facility in June of 1969 and shipped to Bud Meadows Pontiac in Seattle, Washington on July 21st of that same year. After serving as top-notch showroom eye candy for exactly two months, its papers were signed by Seattle resident Carlos Palencia and it began a 36 year run as an immaculately maintained, one owner west coast muscle car. When the second and current owner took its keys in the summer of 2005, he initiated a highly accurate 18 month rotisserie restoration which used as many original parts as possible. Under the fully functional Ram Air IV hood you’ll find an original Pontiac 400 V8 which was blue printed and rebuilt to AMA specifications by highly regarded Pontiac expert Dan Jensen, and currently dynos at a whopping 438 horsepower and 452 lb./ft. of torque! Behind the high revving motor, an original Muncie M-21 close ratio 4-speed transmission sends power to an original 10 bolt rear end that’s still equipped with an unmolested Safe-T-Track differential and mountain climbing 3.90 gears. That solid drivetrain is centered in the cars original front double A-arm and rear leaf spring suspension which, thanks to the standard Y96 ride and handling package, includes stiffer shocks, better springs and a heavy duty front stabilizer bar. And at the corners, power flows to the pavement through original 14 inch GM Rally II wheels which spin familiar Goodyear Polyglas F70-14 white letter tires around stainless trim rings and “PMD” branded center caps. If you’re looking for the ultimate, investment grade Pontiac muscle car, here it is!

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  • 1975 Plymouth Duster 340 cui with 6 pack 3&amp;#215;2 carbs. 4...

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    1975 Plymouth Duster 340 cui with 6 pack 3&amp;#215;2 carbs. 4 speed manual transmission. Painted Lime Green. Black &amp;amp; Lime Green bucket seat interior. Front disc brakes. Dynomax dual exhaust with manifolds. Fender turn signals. Inside hood release. Digital underdash oil gauge. Autometer temperature gauge. Ultra shift light LED tach. Hurst shifter. Am/FM/CD Pioneer radio. 14&amp;#8221; Front / 15&amp;#8221; Rear wheels. Showing 9,849 miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mopar inventory. Cruise around town and leave them in the Dust

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  • 1970 Challenger Convertible . Originally 6 cylinder now a 440 , 727 , 8...

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    1970 Challenger Convertible . Originally 6 cylinder now a 440 , 727 , 8 3/4 sure-grip . Repainted it's original Hemi Orange (EV2) .
    The car has been mostly rebuilt top to bottom over the years .
    New convertible top - Black in 1990 . New rear glass window .
    Hedmean HPC coated headers , custom dual exhaust w/ crossover built in '91 .
    Bodywork & Quarter skins around 1988.
    New windshield in '90 .
    Stripped down & painted in 1999 .
    Rebuilt engine in 1997/98 .
    The trans was built in '91 & gone through in '97/98 when the engine was out &
    the converter had a new snout welded on . It's a TCI 11' .
    Interior redone in '98 with new foam & seat covers .
    Just Dashes pad in '90 .
    Rims & tires in roughly 2000 .

    A lot more that I can't remember .

    Hasn't been driven much in the last few years . Just a few short trips & blasts around the neighborhood .

    Will need to be serviced before any road trips .

    Very nice driver . Always gets compliments . A few minor details left unfinished due to impatience over the years .

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  • Looking for the crown jewel in your vintage Ford collection? This 1970...

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    Looking for the crown jewel in your vintage Ford collection? This 1970 Torino King Cobra is the ultimate. One of just two factory prototypes built at the height of the NASCAR "Aero Wars", the car features an experimental front end reshaped to compete with the Chrysler wing cars. Formerly owned by NASCAR car owner Bud Moore, the Torino has been through a number of color changes but, thanks to a comprehensive restoration, has been returned to its original Vermillion hue accented by unique black stripes. The body presents well all around and is sure to grab the attention of any Ford fan within a 25-mile radius. As a prototype, the car has seen multiple engines during its lifetime. While it was delivered to Bud Moore with a hot 460ci V8, a period-correct Boss 429 now resides between the fenders. The C9AE-6015A block carries aluminum Hemi heads which frame the combination of a C9AE 9425-D aluminum dual plane intake and a single Holley four barrel. Behind the 429, a period-correct Toploader 4-speed channels power back to a stout Ford 9-inch nodular rear with 3.50 gears. The suspension is surprisingly stock with double A-arms up front and a live axle with staggered shocks out back. Power steering and power disc/drum brakes assist through the corners. The like-new interior is equally simple with a black bench seat, heater, seat belts, and an AM radio. The car is well known among Ford royalty and has been featured in numerous publications including Motor Trend and Muscle Car Review. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information.

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  • SPRING IS HERE

    THIS IS A REAL GTO WITH THE CORRECT VIN CODE 242...

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    SPRING IS HERE

    THIS IS A REAL GTO WITH THE CORRECT VIN CODE 242 WITH JUDGE STRIPING

    Lets start with what was done on the car.The drive train was rebuilt about a year ago by the previous owner.Drives just like a GTO should.

    The interior has been redone {front seats,rear seats,door panels,rear shelf,rugs}

    The brakes was just done {wheel cylinders,calibers,brake booster,master cylinder,brake lines}

    The exhaust system is brand new with custom built Trans Am tips just made for this car.

    I just did a major tune up so she's ready to do burn outs or go crusin.

    The floors are solid and the original frame is solid and no sign of rust.

    The trunk is original..one spot was repaired {see the pictures hard to tell}

    The rims look new or restored.. not sure. front tires are new the rear tires are not but still in good shape.

    I just had an alinment done so no pulling or drifting on the highway.

    All windows work and in great shape.. weather stripes also looks new.

    The head light doors work perfectly. Signals,wipers and heater works.

    The factory radio is NOT working its an am/fm radio. The interior light and key buzzer still works.The dimmer part of the head light switch is going.{its the one from 1969.. it's time} All the gauges are in working order,the speedo works but the dial is missing.The paint has a nice finish but its not perfect.{drive it the way it is for this season and take to next level this winter. The more you put in it.. the more it will be worth. GTO's are an icon they just keep going up in value}

    There's spots of chips and some bubbles of rust are as small as a pencil eraser.right qt has little around wheel opening easy fix

    This GTO is a great runner lots of fun to drive.

    I have a paper trail of owners from the 80's till now ..also a built sheet and a copy of the original window sticker.I also have the owners manual.

    There is a brand new head liner in the trunk that goes with the car.

    If you have any questions about this or any of my other cars please feel free to contact me via e-mail or you can call me at (914) 384-3314. Thank you for your interest and I look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Cobra clone I have parts car also. Pretty solid car and runs well. ...

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    Cobra clone I have parts car also. Pretty solid car and runs well. Needs some TLC. Drivers side rougher than passenger. Some rust in toe boards and left fenders. Drivers door has large dent. Interior is in good condition.Car was originally blue and has a very poor older paint job that is black. I do have OEM Cobra decals for it.

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  • HERE IS A GREAT LOOKING TRUE GTO WITH ADDED JUDGE ITEMS, NOT TRUE JUDGE....

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    HERE IS A GREAT LOOKING TRUE GTO WITH ADDED JUDGE ITEMS, NOT TRUE JUDGE. HAS PHS DOCUMENTS SHOWING IT CAME WITH 400, 3 SP MANUAL, AC, DISC BRAKES, POWER STEER AND DELIVERED IN MISSISSIPPI. IT WAS A GREEN CAR. IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN VERY SOLID. HAS ONLY ONE RUST HOLE BEHIND LT QUARTER. OTHER SIDE HAS PATCH.

    ENGINE IS A 71' 400 WITH # 96 HEADS, MID SIZE CAM, QUADRO JET 4 BBL. HAS MUNCIE 4 SPEED. FRONT AND REAR STABELIZERS. NON POSI 10 BOLT. HIWAY GEAR.
    HIDEAWAY LIGHTS WORK BUT DONT CLOSE ALL THE WAY. HAS SEVERAL JUDGE PARTS LIKE RAM AIR EXHAUST MANIFOLDS, PARTCIAL RAM AIR AIR CLEANER, JUDGE TAC NOT WORKING, JUDGE SPOILER AND STRIPES.

    VERY NICE PAINT AND VERY STRAIGHT BODY. INTERIOR IS CLEAN BUT HAS A CRACK IN DASH PAD. SOMEONE PUT A NON AIR DASH IN IT. STILL HAS AC/HEAT BOX BUT NOT CONTROLER.

    WE DELIVER ALL OVER.

    FINANCE IT AT JJ BEST BANC 1800-USA-1965. CALL THEM FOR A 10 MINUTE APPROVAL AND THEY HAVE LOW RATES. TELL THEM YOUR CALLING FROM 500 CLASSIC AUTO.

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  • 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird For Sale, this beautiful Vitamin C...

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    1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird For Sale, this beautiful Vitamin C Orange 440 c.i. 390hp Six-Barrel is equipped with the Torqueflite automatic transmission, black vinyl bench seat, power steering, power front disc brakes and Roadrunner name plates proudly displayed. This 1970 Plymouth Superbird was featured on “What's my car worth?” and was given a 2+condition by Keith Martin. It is registered in the Galen's Registry with a built date of November 18, 1969 Lynch Road, MI. This Superbird is #0593 on the NASCAR list of 1920 VINs. This is also one of 716 440 c.i. 6bbl Superbirds sold in the US, and one of 408 sold with the Torqueflite transmission.

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  • 1970 Plymouth Duster. It is about 85% complete. Motor (bored 30 over...

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    1970 Plymouth Duster. It is about 85% complete. Motor (bored 30 over 318) was professionally rebuilt about 1500 to 2000 miles ago. Edelbrock intake and Edelbrock Performer 4 barrel carb, headers and purple hornies side exit exhaust. It has a high lift cam that gives it a nice lope but I don't know the specs on it.

    Body is straight and has "Lemon Twist" (70's Chrysler color) paint job with clear coating. Fiberglass "AAR" hood. Front suspension completely rebuilt including bushings and torsion bars, front disc brakes with the larger bolt pattern (front and rear). Chrysler A-904 automatic trans, rebuilt with Turbo Action full manual valve body and Turbo Action Cheetah shifter. (I have the original valve body) Nice firm shifts. Rear axle is a Chrysler 8 1/4 from a '74 Dodge Dart so it's wider to fill out the rear wheel wells. Air shocks.

    Interior has new carpet and headliner. There are speakers in it but no radio as of yet. New Cooper Cobra tires on New Cragar wheels.

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  • Original mileage 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. This was a highly optioned...

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    Original mileage 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. This was a highly optioned Boss 302 with factory components including the W-Code 4.30 locking rear axle, Shaker hood, power steering, center console, tilt steering wheel, Sport Deck seat, decor group, Sport Slats, rear spoiler and Magnum 500 wheels. Since being purchased at Park Place LTD in 2001, the current owner has put nearly $90,000 into performance upgrades. The original 302 has been supplanted by an R302 race block motor that has been bored and stroked to 355ci and is paired with a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual driving a 4.10 rear locker. To balance the added performance, the current owner added sub-frame connectors, upgraded controls arms and leaf springs, Koni shocks, larger front sway bar and Wilwood brakes at all four corners. The original numbers matching drivetrain come with this car along with virtually every other factory part that has been replaced. Marti Report, upgrade receipts and the original owners manual and window sticker also included.

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  • If you like your Mopars modernized but pure in spirit, take a closer...

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    If you like your Mopars modernized but pure in spirit, take a closer look at this 1970 Road Runner. A rotisserie restoration completed in 2008, the car takes what the factory provided and cranks all the appropriate dials to 10. Approaching the car, it appears to be a standard shade of orange but a closer look reveals it's a metallic hue with a hint of pearl. Accented by a black hood stripe, the car offers a fresh take on traditional Mopar war paint. Topped with chrome bumpers, well-preserved stainless, and clean glass, this Road Runner makes a great first impression. Under the hood, a stock 440 was used as the baseline for a 509ci stroker that produces a dyno-proven 563hp and 623lb-ft of torque. The block is topped with high-performance hardware like Indy EZ-1 aluminum heads, a single-plane aluminum intake, and a Holley carburetor. Other key additions include headers, an MSD ignition system, and an aluminum radiator. Behind the 509, an A833 four-speed utlizes a dual Centerforce clutch while a 8.75-inch rear with Richmond 3.55 gears and Strange axles puts the power to the pavement. The suspension has been rebuilt with polyurethane bushings and lowered 1.5 inches with weld-in subframe connectors providing an extra dose of rigidity. The steering is power assisted and four-wheel disc brakes from SSBC rein the car in with ease. At the corners, 17/18-inch Foose wheels wrapped in Sumitomo tires connect the chassis to the pavement. Inside, the interior maintains a stock feel but benefits visually from orange stitching used throughout. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!

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  • 1970 Plymouth `cuda340 3 speed manual transmission. FE5 Rallye Red...

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    1970 Plymouth `cuda340 3 speed manual transmission. FE5 Rallye Red exterior with H6E4 Red interior.
    All numbers matching – engine, transmission, cowl, radiator support. All correct date coded equipment.
    Fully documented – Broadcast sheet, Data Plate, VIN plate, Window sicker, door sticker, warranty card, owners’ manual, consumer information report, original 1970 title, original Bill of Sale, original sun visor starting instructions, original keys, original dealer sticker on rear chrome bumper, original type spare tire, original body wiring inspection tags, carpet tags, etc. Florida title in my name since 2003.
    41,692 original miles. I am the seconded titled owner.
    Visual modifications - front and rear Elastomeric bumpers. V6X Sport Stripe. G36 dual painted racing mirrors. 15 x 7 steel wheels with F60 Goodyear Polyglas tires and hub caps. Factory rear sway bar.
    My car is in South Florida. Please e-mail with questions or picture request.

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  • We welcome your questions and purchase inquiries. Please call 610 900...

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    We welcome your questions and purchase inquiries. Please call 610 900 6097. We are open Monday to Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-12pm. Additional hours are available by appointment. Our state law prohibits Sunday operation.

    Our model is to honestly display the products that we present. We strive to provide our customers with a complete and accurate description of the vehicle being sold. We do not use photo shop or alter our images in any way.

    For fast efficient service, the buyer is charged $90 for the cost of overnight mailing of paperwork, title transfers and 30-day temporary tags for out-of-state residents.

    There are no other fees, taxes, or charges unless you live in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania residents will be charged Pennsylvania sales tax.

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  • Rebuilt 440 engine, eldrbrock heads, cam and lifters, flow tec headers,...

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    Rebuilt 440 engine, eldrbrock heads, cam and lifters, flow tec headers, 17inch chrome Amercian wheels. Restoreation finished 2013. Plum crazy purpule exterior, white interior. Automatic, Bench seats. AMFM cd player. Drum brakes, air shocks on rear. Trust exhuast and 8 3/4 3.23 rear end. Much more.... Nice car, 1000 miles on rebuild.Will be more by the end of summer.

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  • needs some work, but very drivable as is. little bit of rust, couple...

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    needs some work, but very drivable as is. little bit of rust, couple small dents...regular driver

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  • The concept behind the Chevy ll, the eventual Nova, was simple; a big...

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    The concept behind the Chevy ll, the eventual Nova, was simple; a big motor in a compact car equals high performance. Just out of a private collection The 1971 Chevrolet Nova SS “tribute” offered here has been the recipient of a no expense spared, high quality build and frame off restoration holding true to that concept. The platform for this car is non-problematic, 1971 Nova Body and sub-frame. It still retains its original doors, quarters, trunk lid and fenders. It was fortified with a new one piece floor pan, one piece trunk pan, and new frame rails. The car also features all new brake lines, fuel lines, springs, new American Autowire wiring harness, new SS interior, new SS trim, and new glass all around.

    All this is powered by a professionally built 454 Chevrolet big block featuring a .030 over bore, 95 cc dome pistons, Pro Comp Aluminium heads, 119 cc combustion chambers and mild cam. All this is fed by a 770 Holly street avenger carburetor and an aluminum intake, and breaths with Hooker Pro Comp Long Tube coated headers and 3 inch exhaust. The power is transferred via a built Turbo 350 transmission with 1200 stall and applied by a twelve bolt rear end with 272 gears, all riding on 15 inch polished American Racing Wheels.

    Much attention to quality and attention to detail was exercised in every aspect of implementation of this restoration. The body features excellent fit and outstanding Black paint, mechanically the car features approximately 1500 miles since completion and gives great all around performance, excellent drivability and is fully sorted. Big Bang for the buck offered here in this 1971 Nova. Call or email for more details!

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  • for sale :
    Up for sale is my 1957 Bel Air Chevrolet custom street-rod...

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    for sale :
    Up for sale is my 1957 Bel Air Chevrolet custom street-rod this cr turns heads everywhere I go whether it be a local show or a National Street Rod event, it features a 350 engine that develops 270 Horsepower, Econinomical yet with enough horsepower to cruise the interstate,this coupled to a automatic transmission with lock-up torque converted/tinted windows to keep the sunlight to a minimum/she rolls on 18 inch ultra wheels with radial tires/Vintage heat and air provides the comforts of a modern car/listen to the oldies music on am/fm/cassette/new ultra-leather interior,upholstered form the firewall through the trunk and new carpet through-out/tilt wheel plus more.

    for additional information or pictures call 870-935-3886 or e-mail me:bjharris36@suddenlink.net

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  • 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 4 SPEED MATCHING #'S MARTI REPORT 1 OF 1 ...

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    1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 4 SPEED MATCHING #'S MARTI REPORT 1 OF 1 YEAR: 1970 MAKE: FORD MODEL: MUSTANG BOSS 302 BODY: 2 DOOR SPORTSROOF COLOR: WHITE TRIM: BLACK ENGINE: 302 C.I. TRANSMISSION: 4 SPEED WIDE RATIO REAR: 3.91 TRACTION LOCK MILES: 70,877 SERIAL #: 0F02G170202 OPTIONS * REAR DECK SPOILER * TRACTION-LOK DIFFERENTIAL * OPTIONAL AXLE RATIO (3.91) * SHAKER HOOD SCOOP * SPORT SLATS * SPORT DECK REAR SEAT * CONSOLE * STEREOSONIC TAPE SYSTEM * AM RADIO * DECOR GROUP * TACHOMETER AND TRIP ODOMETER SERIAL# BREAKDOWN0F02G170202 (0) - 1970 (F) - DEARBORN, MICHIGAN (02) - FASTBACK (G) - 302 BOSS (170202) - CONSECUTIVE UNIT # DOOR TAG (0F02G170202) - VIN # (BODY 63B) - MUSTANG SPORTSROOF (COL M) - WHITE #1619A (TRIM EA) - BLACK CLARION KNIT/CORINTHIAN VINYL BUCKET SEATS (AXLE V) - 3.91 TRACTION-LOK (TRANS 5) - 4 SPEED WIDE RATIO (DSO 53) - KANSAS CITY DISTRICT ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, REAR ENGINE: 302 4BBL BOSS 8 CYL TRANSMISSION: 4 SPEED WIDE RATIO REAR: 3.91 TRACTION-LOK SUMMARY 1970 MUSTANG BOSS 302, NUMBERS MATCHING, RECENT RESTORATION ON SOUTHERN CAR, 1 OF 1 WITH THESE OPTIONS AND TRIM, ORIGINAL FACTORY INVOICE AND MARTI REPORT, FULL BINDER OF DOCUMENTATION INCLUDING OWNER HISTORY. FOR MORE INFO, PLEASE CALLSTEVE 203-554-2990 OR LENNY 203-668-7797 WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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  • If you’re looking for some ultimate take-no-prisoners muscle that’s...

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    If you’re looking for some ultimate take-no-prisoners muscle that’s polished enough for the turn table, and reliable enough for the open road, have a look at this world class Camaro! The car’s ground up nut and bolt restoration started with a new frame and an original ‘69 Camaro body that, by the looks of things, had never seen any major rust or any significant damage. Once those components were married together, every one of that body’s panels was aligned to better than factory fit between seams that were made narrow and precise. And when those professionally fitted panels were as close to perfect as possible, a custom mix of 3-stage Sherwin-Williams red was sealed under a mirror-like clearcoat that, thanks to thorough sanding and tedious buffing, perfectly highlights the car’s classic American lines. Pop this Camaro’s traditional hood latch and you’ll find 502 cubic inches of GM Performance Parts V8 that produces roughly 700 horsepower and makes the kind of killer noise that elicits an immediate ‘deer in the headlights’ look from anything with ear drums. At the bottom of this brutal bowtie, a slick shifting Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission spins a Currie nine inch Posi-traction rear end that hangs stout 4.11 gears inside a completely polished case. Holding that top-notch drivetrain off the ground is a tubular Total Cost Involved front subframe, which rides on chrome-plated control arms, chrome-plated spindles and adjustable coil over shocks, and a Detroit Speed Engineering QUADRAlink four bar rear suspension, which makes good use of a high quality Panhard bar, mini tubs and two more adjustable coil over shocks. And putting all the 502’s power to the ground is a spectacular set of custom Boyd Coddington Spires which spin 235/40ZR18 front and 295/45ZR20 rear BF Goodrich G-Force T/As. If you’re in the market for a top-notch pavement bruiser that’s a blast to show, and even MORE fun to drive, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

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