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  • 1979 Dodge Magnum XE 2-door. Originally a 360 v8, now with a 1967 440...

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    1979 Dodge Magnum XE 2-door. Originally a 360 v8, now with a 1967 440 engine.

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  • WORLD'S FASTEST CORVETTE! This 2004 Le Mans Corvette Z06 (Lingenfelter)...

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    WORLD'S FASTEST CORVETTE! This 2004 Le Mans Corvette Z06 (Lingenfelter) is a beautiful, show-winning, certified, record-setting Corvette at 252 mph (Standing Mile). 6700 original miles. If you click the YouTube link to see the exciiting, record-setting run at the Kennedy Space Center, then you will want to know how to own this car for a reasonable investment by contacting Tim Kennedy at timk@usa.com.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0BqNE-wyhg

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  • C3 generation of Corvettes were the stingrays patterned after the Mako...

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    C3 generation of Corvettes were the stingrays patterned after the Mako Shark II designed by Larry Shinoda and executed under Bill Mitchell’s direction. After 1974 government restrictions, the gigantic muscle cars were being scaled back to just cruisers more than road carvers. The C3 Corvette though lived on being advertised as “a more efficient Corvette” while still maintaining the bite that wasn’t currently being produced elsewhere. The 1976 models featured steel floor panels which reduced interior noise and weighed less than the previous fiberglass floors. Power levels and speed were on the rise while power everything (steering, brakes, etc) made these a pleasure to drive.

    This 1976 Stingray Corvette is featured in its original factory color with one repaint, Buckskin. Yes, Buckskin is a rare factory color that gives the stringray a really cool, unique look. It is powered by the original L48 350ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. It features air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows, t-tops, front vented disc brakes, original cast alloy wheels, and original radio. Recent work to the heater core, air conditioning, exhaust manifold gaskets, and water pump have this vette ready to rock all summer long. With spare parts inexpensive and readily available, C3 Corvettes are a steal as far as classic cars go that can provide such a fun driving experience while turning heads down the road. Please call or email for more details!

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

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  • Rare 1968 chevelle 4 door only one for sale in Indiana. Runs and drives...

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    Rare 1968 chevelle 4 door only one for sale in Indiana. Runs and drives great rebuilt transmission. new engine with 34,000 miles. new fuel pump. new alternator. new belt. 88,000 miles on body. only 4,000 made. i am fourth owner. i have original paperwork from dealership. and protect o plate. all matching numbers. need new right fender and paint. market value is 9k asking 8000 obo

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  • Coronet 440 Station Wagon!

    Coronet 440 Station Wagon!

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  • Planned and released for sale under BMW ownership, the re-designed Third...

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    Planned and released for sale under BMW ownership, the re-designed Third Generation Range Rover saw a number of improvements in driver comfort, power train, and road handling compared to the Second Generation Range Rover. The Range Rovers share a number of components with the BMW 5-Series sedan. The Range Rovers have 4-wheel independent air suspension which allowed for height adjustment at the push of a button; the new suspension allowed axle articulation to be similar to the live axle design of the previous generation Range Rover as well as having a more comfortable ride on the road.

    The Range Rover we are offering for sale is a very well kept SUV. A luxurious interior that features an InfoTainment system, Harman Kardon Logic 7 Audio System, Tan Leather seats with Black piping, and wood accents. The exterior looks great; the 'Shark Gills' on the front fender and the 20" OZ Wheels give the exterior a bit of an aggressive look. This Range Rover is very capable off road and through snow and very comfortable to drive around town.

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  • It's my dream car.

    It's my dream car.

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  • <p>This beautiful Ermine White Split Window Coupe features a unique...

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    <p>This beautiful Ermine White Split Window Coupe features a unique Saddle interior. This color combination is correct for this VIN number, which was built at the end of December 1962.</p>
    <p>A newer 350cid V8 powers this car via a Powerglide 2-speed automatic while 215/70-15 radial tires provide road holding. Drum brakes all around provide stopping power while the Wonderbar A/M radio is correct for the period. The nicely finished undercarriage and chrome all around show that there was attention to detail paid to this restoration.</p>
    <p>This ’63 Split Window Coupe is bound to make any Corvette fan happy! Contact our sales department on how to make this beauty your’s today!</p>

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  • Unsure of your next collector car? Is this your first foray into the...

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    Unsure of your next collector car? Is this your first foray into the collector car hobby? Just want something different or unique, while still affordable? Glad you stopped by!

    Art and Speed is proud to showcase the next "big thing." While still under the muscle car market radar, this extremely rare, showroom condition, 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Ram Air GTX tuned by SLP will most certainly go down as one of the few collectible cars from the 1990s. So, what's rare about a 1997 Grand Prix? How many supercharged, 240 horsepower, 3.8 liter V6s do you remember seeing on the street? How many factory-endorsed SLP tuned cars PERIOD do you remember? A few special Trans Ams maybe, which have become very collectible, but not many. In case you are wondering, SLP ("Street Legal Performance") took only high optioned Grand Prixs, then "tuned" the unique cars by adding a functional, composite RAM AIR hood with twin scoops, much like the well received 1995 300 GPX show car, forced air induction system with K&N filter, adding ten additional horsepower. Then, special badging included GTX RAM AIR nameplates, and two GTX RAM AIR key fobs were included, all at an additional $2500 above the factory MSRP of $24,380. Optional content, which this car has, included the $799 SLP free flow cat-back, stainless steel exhaust system with dual outlets and dual tips, adding an ADDITIONAL ten horsepower. Other options on this particular car included the very rare GTX RAM AIR front and rear floor mats, and chrome 17" GTX wheels.

    So, see what we mean when we say extremely rare? Now, let's up the ante. The SLP option wasn't available for 1997. This owner, original by the way, shipped his 1997 Grand Prix GTP to SLP in March of 2000 for the holy "conversion" if you will. So, is this car a one of one 1997 Grand Prix tuned by SLP? We honestly don't know but if it isn't, how many could realistically be out there? VERY rare car indeed!

    As with all Art & Speed automobiles, this Grand Prix GTX represents the "cream of the crop". All documentation since original purchase comes with the car including window sticker, all SLP documentation and receipts, every single service and maintenance ever done, including every oil and filter change. This meticulously maintained performance car has accumulated just over 41,000 miles since new and is virtually flawless. Never wrecked or damaged, its deep black finish is without compromise. Trust us, you will not be disappointed in this spectacular automobile. Contact Art & Speed today at 901-850-0507.

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  • You want iconic? We've got iconic! How about an aqua blue and white '57...

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    You want iconic? We've got iconic! How about an aqua blue and white '57 Chevy, replete with wide whites, wire wheels, small block power, and acres of chrome? If we were searching for the ultimate car to cruise the Miracle Mile this would be it, hands down.
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    Few color schemes are as right for a '57 as Tropical Turquoise and Imperial Ivory, and this one was done right. A high quality build with only 1600 miles since completion, you'll find very shiny paint over arrow straight panels. The chrome is all new, as is the tinted glass. Gold emblems add a touch of class while LED taillights look cool and give those following you a clearer idea of when you're slowing down. A California style one-piece bumper is up front, replacing the awkward multi-piece factory part. There aren't any other modifications on the body; some cars are so well-styled from the factory that add-ons simply aren't necessary!
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    Inside, you've got brand new, wall to wall new upholstery from CARS, Inc. Slide in and get comfortable—there's plenty going on in here. The dash is done to the same standard as the exterior, and it's sporting all new aluminum trim. Front and center is a full set of Dakota Digital VHX series analog gauges, backlit with blue LED's. You're holding on to a stock appearing, small (read: normal for today's cars) steering wheel attached to a new Ididit steering column feels great in your hands. Billet accents adorn the shifter and turn signal levers, the shift indicator and the brake pedals. A new headliner is above held in place with stainless bows. Power windows are at your sides while A/C controls are just to the right of the column. Again, no trickery or silly parts in here, just great-looking, well-chosen pieces.
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    Under the hood you'll find a few more liberties taken than with the body, but there's still nothing but quality to be found. Front and center is a rebuilt 327 with the full show treatment. It's got a mild cam for a little rumble and an Endurashine-coated Edelbrock intake and carburetor combo for more power. Ram's horn exhaust manifolds carry away spent gasses while a new aluminum radiator deals with excess heat. Billet Specialties' Tru Trac pulley and accessory package is up front, and that certainly wasn't cheap, and there’s a CPP chrome brake booster and master cylinder on the smoothed and painted firewall. Up front is a CPP quick ratio steering box which does wonders in knocking the car out of the 50's and into the present day. Likewise, the front disc brakes with drilled rotors are something that Eisenhower-era GM engineers could only dream of. New shocks, new bushings, new ball joints, new steering pieces... the list goes on. The exhaust system follows the factory Power Pack routing but is a larger diameter and sports turbo-style mufflers. Coker true wire wheels are surrounded by 215/70/15 BFGoodrich wide whites, and honestly, is there any other way to finish off a car like this?
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    A small pile of receipts follows the car, as does a professionally done, hardbound build book. This wasn't a cheap car to build and the proof comes along with it. If you're looking for a really well built, great looking '57 Bel Air, call today!

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  • When Toyota needed some kind of mid-sized 4x4, they looked to the past...

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    When Toyota needed some kind of mid-sized 4x4, they looked to the past and created the FJ Cruiser. Ostensibly a modern version of the timeless FJ of yore, it’s a fairly faithful update of the original design with all the modern conveniences, all wrapped in a cool retro body.
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    With just 50,443 original miles, this black 2008 FJ Cruiser looks enough like a brand new one to fool most of the folks around you. Just the right size for urban commuting and fun on weekends, the truck offers retro-looking styling, from the close-mounted headlights to the white top to the rugged-looking roof rack that’ll carry your safari gear. Fortunately, it looks like this one has spent its entire life on pavement, just like most 4x4s sold today, so the bodywork hasn’t been scratched and abused out in the brush. The black paint is deep and glossy, and with typical Toyota quality, it fits together extremely well. This was obviously someone’s cherished toy, not just a transportation appliance, which is why it’s in our showroom and not some used car lot somewhere; most of them just aren’t this nice. There’s a brush guard up front to enhance its off-roading look and with heavy-duty lighting, running boards, and a custom tire cover on the back, your new FJ will stand out from the crowd no matter where you go.
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    The interior is a far cry from the basic FJ of the past, with supportive bucket seats, every comfort and convenience feature you could imagine, and a vastly more user-friendly atmosphere. The seats, like the exterior, have been beautifully preserved by a very caring owner, and the door panels and carpets look almost like new. The gauges are purely designed to look cool, and succeed brilliantly in that regard. There’s a fat steering wheel with stereo and cruise control buttons and a gated shifter that makes hitting the right gear easy without taking your eyes off the road. A/C is effective and powerful, the stereo sounds amazing, and the gauges atop the instrument panel are useful tools for off-roading, a task to which this FJ is still well-suited. The cargo area features a heavy-duty rubber mat that’s impregnable by liquids and mud, so don’t be afraid to take your gear off and stow it here before climbing into the otherwise pristine interior.
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    Burly six-cylinder engines have always been the heart of the FJ, and these new models are no exception. With a 4.0-liter V6 offering dual overhead cams and variable valve timing, this one is far more civilized and definitely more economical than the original. Smooth and torquey, it moves the big FJ with ease, yet is content to idle in low gear through the slop without getting cranky or hot under the collar, even with the A/C blasting. The engine bay shows off an owner who kept every little detail tidy, and all the factory markings, decals, and finishes are still here and in great condition. The underside shows some routine signs of use, but no damage or signs of abuse, and as you can see, it’s still ideally suited to playing in the dirt, with skid plates and mechanicals tucked up high where they’re protected. Disc brakes are at all four corners and live behind handsome 17-inch alloys with 265/70/17 Michelin radials.
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    A fraction of the price of a new one, this very nicely preserved and tastefully upgraded FJ Cruiser remains ready to play at a very reasonable cost. Call today!

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  • The Willys Jeepster delivered open-air motoring to a public that had...

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    The Willys Jeepster delivered open-air motoring to a public that had recently fallen in love with the rugged Jeep out on the battlefield. This 1950 Jeepster combines that same tough attitude and ruggedness with a sporty convertible body to make an appealing little speedster that embodies all that’s great about Jeep: durability, simplicity, and classic good looks.
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    Painted in traditional colors Nassau Cream with a black upper body, this doesn’t look like a low-priced machine. The angular front fenders and upright grille are instantly recognizable trademarks that continue on Jeeps today, and that’s a big part of this little car’s appeal. Finish quality is quite good, better than most Jeepsters receive given their rather affordable prices, but with recent market shifts, these are no longer bargain-basement machines. You’ll find prices all over the map with these, so it pays to do your homework, and what you’ll find here is a solid trucklet with an honest look and nice finish quality that drives great. They were never designed to have show-grade gaps, so it’s about how the factory did it, but the paint is probably a lot shinier than anything they had in 1950. And unlike military-spec Jeeps, this convertible sports bright chrome bumpers, a dressed-up grille, and a V-shaped windshield that helps cheat the wind at least a little bit, giving it a rakish, cut-down appearance.
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    The basic interior is just that: basic. Black vinyl upholstery wraps around rectangular cushions that could be equally stylish on your patio. Piped in cream, they do look appealing and the passenger’s side bucket seat tilts forward for access to the rear seat area. The upholstery work was done a few years ago, but thanks to durable materials and good workmanship, it’s holding up nicely with only a few signs of age here and there. The centrally-mounted instrument panel made manufacturing easier and it’s full of recently restored gauges that look awesome. Thanks to extensive use of sound-deadening materials under the carpets, this Jeepster feels substantial and tight and doesn’t cook your shoes on hot days. The folding top fits well and looks great with its fastback profile and the Jeepster was one of the last US-built vehicles to still use side curtains, so it feels very old fashioned when it’s all buttoned up.
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    In 1950, there were two 134 cubic inch inline-four cylinder engines, and we believe this is the more powerful “Hurricane” version simply because this is a late production Jeepster and the Hurricane engine was introduced about three months into 1950 production. Regardless, it isn’t terribly fast, but it’s bulletproof reliable if treated properly and has a great ‘can-do’ attitude that overcomes its modest specifications. Learning from their battlefield experience, the engineers put all the delicate stuff up high, including the carburetor and generator, while the original air filter housing was upgraded to use a replaceable paper element. It’s tidy under the hood and a dedicated hobbyist could bump this truck up a couple of points just by cleaning and polishing a few bits. The chassis isn’t detailed for show, but shows the rugged hardware you’d expect of a Jeep and it looks quite solid. Color-matched steel wheels with simple hubcaps and modest whitewall radials complete the no-nonsense look.
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    The ideal addition to a Jeep fan’s collection or a fun collectable that’s a little out of the ordinary, this Jeepster offers a lot of charisma in an affordable package. Call today!

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  • What if we told you that you could have an Italian styled, German built...

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    What if we told you that you could have an Italian styled, German built convertible for under 24 grand? It's not a joke or a stunt; this beautiful blue Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia is an awful lot of car for Hyundai money! The restoration was completed last year so it's as fresh as it appears in the pictures, and it's a dead simple, good looking car. Read on!
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    Volkswagen intended for the Karmann-Ghia to move them into a more upscale market than the Beetle ever could, and they contracted famed coachbuilder Karmann to build them a car based on a widened Beetle floor pan. Karmann in turn contracted Italian design studio Ghia to pen the design. Ghia is a full service design house that's no stranger to cars; they designed everything from custom Alfas to the Chrysler turbine cars. These cars are perhaps their most famous work, and this car's a fitting example. The exterior is freshly coated in Pastel Blue, an original 1970 color. It's a nice job, and since it was done only last year it shines like crazy. Karmann-Ghias got a slight makeover for 1970, with new wraparound front and rear turn signal lights. These are in excellent shape, and while larger than the previous year car's pieces, they did delete the round side marker lights that marred the fenders and quarters. The bumpers gleam in the sun and the glass is clear. The main enemy of any vintage Volkswagen (especially convertibles) is the tin worm, and good cars are separated from the bad by looking at the door gaps, and this car's in great shape.
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    Inside, there are plenty of new parts. Those are new seat covers, new door panels, a new carpet set, a new dash pad and more. With the extra width over a Beetle the Karmann-Ghia has a far more airy feeling, and it's well-appointed for touring. A new digitally tuned radio is in the woodgrain dash, though you have to look closely to see it's not a vintage unit. The extra-large steering wheel makes the car's relaxed purpose clear—the Karmann-Ghia is a boulevard cruiser and not a hardcore sports car. The convertible top white material works great with the blue paint.
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    Under the engine lid is a 1600cc flat four, rebuilt and well detailed. If you wanted a great reason to want a later car over an earlier one, it's in here. This 1600 puts out a whopping 60 horsepower while the early 1100cc cars made a total of 34! Now, some perspective has to be used here, as the Karmann-Ghia only weighs 1800 pounds, which gives a '70 model about the same power-to-weight ratio as a new Jetta. You're not going to win many stoplight grand prix but the car scoots along at highway speeds just fine. A rebuilt carburetor, new ignition components, and the stunning simplicity of a Volkswagen Type 1 engine means this car will run forever on any fluid more flammable than apple juice. Proper heat exchangers on the exhaust mean you'll be comfortable in most weather conditions while the rebuilt brakes with front discs do a great job of stopping such a light car. The custom, extra deep 15-inch wheels are chromed for some added flash and wear Michelin 195/60/15 tires that are a couple steps wider than normal.
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    Karmann-Ghias are cool cars, and clean ones like this don't roll by every day. Call today and take it home!

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  • Another spectacular survivor second-gen Camaro in an unusual color, this...

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    Another spectacular survivor second-gen Camaro in an unusual color, this 1979 Z/28 is highly detailed, completely stock, and beautifully preserved. With these cars heating up in the market, the ones at the top of every collector’s wish list are going to be authentic, correct, matching-numbers, low-mileage cars just like this.
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    Repainted in 2003, this Camaro has a spectacular factory-correct look that looks highly authentic in every possible way. The original light blue paint was replicated using modern materials and has that soft metallic glow that typifies cars of the period, but just between you and me, there’s just no way cars this shiny were rolling of a GM assembly line in 1979. But as an untouched, low-mileage car, you know that the doors fit right, the sheetmetal is super straight, and if there were any “factory” flaws, they’ve been corrected to make this one of the tidiest Zs we’ve seen in months. The decals were, of course, replicated and reinstalled and even after 11 years, they still have bright colors and no peeling or checking, so they were the high-quality versions. Urethane bumpers were a big part of the late Z/28’s look, and they haven’t cracked with age or been baked by the sun, and unlike when it was new, the bumpers are actually the same color as the body.
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    The bright, airy light blue cloth interior is a far cry from the dark vinyl caves you see in so many Camaros of this vintage. A subtle plaid pattern on the fabric inserts lends a sophisticated look to the performance-oriented Z, and there’s little doubt that this is the original upholstery. The driver’s seat shows some very minor signs of age and use, but the remainder of the interior is pretty much as the factory delivered it 35 years ago. All-original gauges in a wood applique dashboard offer a fairly comprehensive view of the engine’s goings-on, while the radio has been replaced at some point with a block-off plate. This Z/28 is fairly unusual in that it is a very low-option model, which may seem anachronistic to a collector, but it’s important to remember that unusual features are a big part of these cars’ appeal. T-tops are very welcome, however, and are a great alternative to this car’s more pricey drop-top siblings. Even the trunk is immaculately preserved, including an original space-saver spare that appears to have never been used.
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    You won’t find many 1979 Camaros with cleaner engine bays, and despite the 350 cubic inch V8 being the most mod-friendly powerplant in the universe, this one is pretty much stock. Cleaned, painted, and fully detailed, it looks wonderful with its corporate blue paint, big shine air cleaner, and authentic details like the tower hose clamps. Finishes and materials are correct and this car has obviously been properly stored because all the plated parts remain in excellent condition. It’s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and 10-bolt rear end with 3.42 gears inside, so performance is far more entertaining than you’d expect for 1979. The underside is every bit as correct as the bodywork, and is authentic right down to the catalytic converter. Attractive alloy wheels look awesome against the light blue paint and carry 255/60/15 Goodyear Eagle radials.
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    From the country’s premier collection of Z/28 Camaros, this 1979 Z includes a ton of documentation including a factory build sheet, warranty card, owner’s manual, and a reproduction window sticker, making it an investment-grade F-body that’s still shockingly affordable. Call today!

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  • Early ‘60s Impalas are red-hot right now, and this classically-styled...

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    Early ‘60s Impalas are red-hot right now, and this classically-styled 1962 Impala hardtop is a super clean car that isn’t trying to be anything other than what it is. Fortunately, it is a V8-powered hardtop in great colors and a great vintage performance look that’s 100% Impala.
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    By 1962, the fins were long gone and the resulting car was one of the cleanest, most attractive designs in years. Restrained and handsome, it was relatively easy to make it look racy with just a few additions like the crossed-flag emblems on the fenders and subtle twin tailpipes just behind the rear wheel wells. This particular Imp carries all its original sheetmetal and floors, a testament to just how clean it really is. After spending decades in Tennessee, it got a nice freshening a few years ago in its original Ermine White, which was pretty popular with the guys going racing on weekends. Gaps are tight, the long strip of trim with a red insert adds some brilliant contrast, and the distinctive shape of the top is evidently designed to mimic that of the ragtop. Regardless, it looks fantastic from any angle and the work really was top-notch. Nice chrome bumpers, traditional triple Impala taillights, and no fake SS badges really make this one stand out.
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    This car also came with a factory code 874 red interior, which gives it a ton of eyeball appeal and looks wonderfully vintage inside. The upholstery was obviously restored at some point in the not-too-distant past and uses correct striped cloth and vinyl surrounds to re-create the original look. Beautifully ornate door panels look like they should be on a much more expensive car and the dash is covered in engine-turned trim, just like on the SS. A handsome steering wheel surrounds an accessory column-mounted tachometer, and the factory gauges are augmented by a set of vintage Moon Eyes dials under the dash. And yes, that’s a 4-speed shifter with Hurst cue ball knob sticking out of the transmission tunnel, so you know this car is serious about performance as much as looking pretty. In fact, the relative lack of options, including no radio, suggests that this Imp was originally purchased for something other than commuting to the office each day. However, the trunk is nicely finished and includes proper spatter-finish paint and a full-sized spare up there on its own shelf.
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    The stout 327 under the hood is an awesome runner that more that fulfils the promises of the vintage racer look. Brightly dressed in Chevy Orange, it’s deceivingly stock-looking with a twin-snorkel air cleaner, original-style generator, and even factory hose clamps and decals. But underneath there are upgrades like double-hump heads with a 3-angle valve job, Comp Cams roller rockers, and a custom exhaust system with Flowmasters and cut-outs so it sounds intimidating as hell. The Borg-Warner T10 4-speed gearbox was rebuilt in 2013 and the car was fitted with a 409 front suspension for better weight transfer. With correct red oxide primer on the underside, a stout rear end with 3.70 gears inside, and no signs of cancer, this is a really well-done period street brawler. Even the chrome steel wheels look period-correct with BFG Silvertown bias-ply tires up front and a set of Hurst cheater slicks out back.
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    Nicely finished for a great ‘60s look and feel, this is a surprisingly quick car that often catches the other guy looking the other way. Fast fun for not a lot of cash. Call today!

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  • Friends, this is not some garden-variety Falcon dressed up with decals....

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    Friends, this is not some garden-variety Falcon dressed up with decals. No, this is a stunning final production of a Holman & Moody prepared 1960 Ford Falcon just like the one called “The North Carolina Falcon” that appeared in the March 1960 issue of “Hot Rod” magazine. It’s heavily documented and comes with certificates of authenticity signed by Lee Holman himself and every component that went into the build came from the Holman & Moody shop just like it was built in 1960.
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    There was a lot of excitement in the early ‘60s regarding the new lightweight compacts coming from Ford, GM, and Chrysler. Less weight was the same as more power, so Holman & Moody decided to see what the stout little Falcon could do with a full performance makeover. The builder, once building the originals at HM, searched the country for the straightest, cleanest 1960 Falcon 2-door sedan he could find to build this tribute, approved by Lee Holman, and it’s worth noting that this particular Falcon does indeed wear all its factory-issued sheetmetal. It received a full unibody-off restoration that included correct Corinthian White paint and a full set of reproduction decals which are not available to anyone else, so this car is impossible to duplicate. Chrome, stainless, and other trim bits are just as they were when the car was new, crating the most authentic car possible.
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    The basic “Competition Prepared” interior is a no-nonsense performance environment that’s still civilized enough for the street. Factory bench seats provide the low-cost part of the equation and also save some weight. Simple floor coverings enhance function and while the original Falcon gauge cluster was restored, it was also treated to a replica center consolette with auxiliary gauges, just like in 1960. That’s a 4-speed manual shifter that slices through the gears as well here as it does in any Mustang, and the big white steering wheel is a nice touch. The door panels are rather ornate for a low-cost Falcon but they look fantastic, and the trunk is fully equipped with correct reproduction mats and a full-sized spare.
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    But the real story is in the engine department. Ford’s silky smooth and very durable 7-main-bearing 200 cubic inch inline six was given the full Holman & Moody treatment, which includes upgrades like triple Holley carbs, upgraded camshaft and valvetrain designed for 6000 RPM blasts, and milling and porting the head for more compression and better breathing. The result is a six-cylinder screamer that pulls like no other Falcon you’ve driven. It’s dressed up in period gear, including an original HM produced, finned valve cover and triple chrome air cleaners, and the concours-grade workmanship is visible everywhere you look. A chrome exhaust header feeds a straight pipe that dumps just ahead of the passenger’s side rear wheel and sounds downright nasty. The Dagenham 4-speed powers a stout 8-inch rear end with 3.50 gears inside, all the better to get that little six up and spinning. Special traction bars, boxed A-arms, a beefy front sway bar, and subframe connectors solidify the Falcon’s suspension for rally work. Standard 14-inch steel wheels are fitted and carry 195/70/14 radials that are just the right size for the compact Falcon.
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    Heavily documented with lots of Holman & Moody paperwork, a correct H&M door tag, bill of sale, and other authentication, as well as that original “Hot Rod” magazine, this extremely impressive Falcon carries a lot of high-performance history at a very reasonable price. Call today!

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  • 1975 might be the “lost year” for Trans Am, but clean examples like this...

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    1975 might be the “lost year” for Trans Am, but clean examples like this Stellar Blue car here are hard to ignore. Professionally done paint, Rally wheels, black buckets, show trophies, PHS documentation and matching numbers make this T/A one to take home.
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    Stellar Blue is a great color with an even better name. Blue 'Birds are especially cool thanks to their contrasting decals—that bright blue screaming chicken on the hood just stands out in a sea of red, silver and especially black cars. With its black accents it looks exactly as Pontiac intended: halfway between full 1970's funky and demonically possessed. The bumpers, so frequently twisted and warped by time and heat, are in great shape here. The original tinted glass is clean, as are the taillights and trim. Panel gaps are better than average, and the bodywork was done to a high standard a mere two years ago. There are new door and trunk seals as well as new window felts, so it seals up well and doesn’t rattle down the road like some of its siblings. Standing back and taking the car in as a whole is an easy way to see why Pontiac moved more than 27,000 Trans Ams in 1975, nearly a threefold increase over 1974. Pontiac's pony car was on its stratospheric rise to 1970's royalty.
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    Inside, the correct black vinyl interior is in excellent shape. New seat covers front and rear are supported by fresh foam padding. Full instrumentation was standard on Trans Ams, and the dials look great set in to the engine-turned instrument panel. The dash pad is in great shape as is the center console. There's a Formula steering wheel in your hands, power windows and power locks at your disposal and an 8-track player in the dash. The original radio was an AM/FM unit, and it's included with the car, but I bet you won’t reinstall it and brand new embroidered mats are at your feet. Factory A/C is in place to keep you cool while a new heater core warms you back up. Trans Ams have a comfortable ride and some of the best handling of their era, and a car like this is pleasure to drive.
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    Under the hood is the original, numbers-matching 400 cubic inch V8. It's not just the block that matches, because this one's got date-coded parts from the heads, the intake, the carburetor, and even the water pump and alternator. You'll see chrome valve covers and a chrome air cleaner base to add some flash, but the original plain steel pieces come with the car, too. Likewise, a fresh Edelbrock carburetor is in place while the Quadrajet comes on the side. A new 4-core radiator keeps temps in line while fresh tune up parts ensure proper running. The original cowl tag is in place and confirms the car's options, and the finishes are nicely done and correct down to a full set of reproduction decals. The chassis was cleaned and detailed for show but remains largely original. Flowmaster mufflers and true dual exhaust pipes add back a pile of horsepower that the stock setup robbed away. A new fuel tank and sending unit dispel any fears of clogged fuel filters. Restored Pontiac Rally II wheels wearing 245/60/15 BFGoodrich tires are at all four corners, as well as in the trunk keeping the restored jack company.
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    This is a great-looking, well-optioned, and fully-documented Trans Am. Call today!

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 cpe equipped with a 6.5L 700HP V12 engine and a 7-speed E-Gear (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Grigio Estoque (Metallic Grey) exterior color and Nero Ade (Black) full leather interior along with White contrast stitching throughout.

    This is a "like new" car that comes well optioned and custom upgrades including:

    + Navigation

    + Rear camera

    + Homelink sys

    + Power heated seats

    + Park assist sensors F/R

    + Branding pkg

    + Shiny black painted sport wheels

    + Yellow calipers

    + Yellow rear suspension spings

    + Lowered

    + Custom exhaust

    + Custom Carbon Fiber wrapped exterior accents

    ...plus much more!!

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  • 1970 Chevelle SS. Black cherry with a white top ivory color interior....

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    1970 Chevelle SS. Black cherry with a white top ivory color interior. 396 with a 4 speed Muncie both original to car. Have partial vin stamped. Very nice car recent paint and all body work was done at a professional shop. Engine compartment refreshened. Comes with an extra trans included for more performance an m22 rockcrusher. New carpet and seats recovered. Serious buyers don&#39;t waste my time or yours have protect plate WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE-CALL FOR A FREE QUOTE

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  • Great running 1931 Ford 2 dr. sedan. all steel body| upgraded with a...

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    Great running 1931 Ford 2 dr. sedan. all steel body| upgraded with a 350ci. V8| 350 automatic| ford rear end| mustang II front suspension with power disk brakes on front| has spare gas tank in trunk for longer drives| have receipts and some extra new parts for car| electric fan| good cruiser.

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  • Create a stir where ever you go with this crowd pleasing 1972 Olds...

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    Create a stir where ever you go with this crowd pleasing 1972 Olds Cutlass Custom with a BIG BLOCK 455 V-8! Muscle and luxury wrapped in exceptionally nice restored automobile. Classic lines| a high gloss coat of bright red paint finish and shiny chrome make this beauty stand out from the crowd. Not your average| run of the mill old cutlass. One look at this one and all the other cars around it just fade into the background. It runs perfectly| nice and quiet but don't let that fool you. Under the gleaming sheet metal there lies a beast of a muscle car waiting to jump off the line! The 455 engine is tame at an idle but ready to rock on demand. It has a smooth shifting automatic transmission on the center console. The interior sports bucket seats and all power including power windows| power steering and power brakes. The car comes with most of the components intact for the factory A/C system but the air conditioning is not operational for the price listed. Any parts received with the car are currently stored in the trunk. Please call 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Tastefully upgraded/modified during recent restoration. Runs and drives...

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    Tastefully upgraded/modified during recent restoration. Runs and drives perfectly with all major features working except the air conditioning (price reflects this). It has power seats| am radio| power windows and vent windows. gauges| wipers| lights| etc. Fully operational and a blast to drive. Has a powerful small block V8 engine and a smooth shifting automatic transmission. Pretty color combination. White with mahogany metallic stripes and a white and deep burgundy interior. Great body with no rust visible with close inspection and nice straight panels. The chrome and bright work are terrific as well. Needs nothing to enjoy as is. Will make a great daily driver or weekend fun car. Call for more info. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com We arrange shipping and financing and consider most trade ins.

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  • Rare and very pretty 1973 Ford Mustang 351 Ram Air Convertible. It has a...

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    Rare and very pretty 1973 Ford Mustang 351 Ram Air Convertible. It has a matching #'s 351 Ram Air Convertible and has low actual miles. The car is from Louisiana and has no rust. The color really sets the car off. Ford named it medium copper metallic. It has black accent stripes| hood and lower panel paint and a very nice original matching black vinyl interior. It has nice bucket seats and a center console with automatic shift on the console. Notes from previous owner: It has a 351 Cleveland with 76|000 original miles. It is is a true numbers matching car. The car is mechanically sound and runs great. He bought it in 2006 with 73k miles on it| and babied it ever since. It has new deluxe interior replaced in 2011. It has factory air conditioning| an automatic transmission| power steering| power brakes| power locks| and a power top. This is a true Ram Air car--not just the fake vents ; ) It has an AM 8 track factory radio. I had it painted in 2008. It was upgraded to a Mallory electronic ignition. I also put in a Edlebook Intake| but I have the original intake. Also| I have the original carburator| but have a Holly on it right now. The car comes with both carburetors. The engine has not been rebuilt. All lights and guages work. Mechanically it runs and drives great. Please call for more information 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Extremely clean| low mileage 1989 Dodge Ram Charger| previously owned by...

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    Extremely clean| low mileage 1989 Dodge Ram Charger| previously owned by Hank Williams Jr. AND Hank III(Hank3)| 318 engine with automatic transmission and ac| southern vehicle (from Tennessee)| solid body| no rust| has never seen winter| gun metal gray exterior| red interior| tires are in excellent condition| 4WD works like a champ| has a small tool box in back| large storage between front seats| roof vent in rear| front pass seat flips up for access to back seat| back seat folds for extra storage| as seen in one of the photos you can see Hank Jr. handing the keys to his son Hank III| Vehicle was purchased directly from Hank III in Tennessee| I have included a copy of the title from Hank III. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call 941-928-2339. www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Turn heads with this incredible restored 1966 Mustang GT350/Eleanor...

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    Turn heads with this incredible restored 1966 Mustang GT350/Eleanor Recreation. This transformed beauty started life as an extremely clean| rust free notchback coupe 289 automatic. After a complete makeover| it is now in the likeness of an American Legend. The Shelby GT-350. Upgrades include a complete paint refinish in the ever popular Eleanor aluminum metallic wrapped with flat black Shelby stripes| a different hood with scoop| Shelby front and rear fascia| front spot lights| simulated side air intake| lower GT-350 stripes| all new interior fabric| upholstery| dash carpet| rebuilt and detailed engine| a set of American Racing full alloy wheels| new chrome| light bezels| lenses| etc. Underneath it has a completely restored underbody including professionally welded complete floor sections. New exhaust| many new suspension| brake parts and the list goes on. Tons invested to make this car all that it is today. Extremely nice looking classic Mustang that stands out from the crowd. It's nice enough to show but it runs so well| you'll be tempted to drive it daily. Please call for more info 941-928-2339. We arrange shipping and financing and consider most trade-in offers. www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Make your mark in this classy and elegant 1956 New Yorker as seen in Jay...

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    Make your mark in this classy and elegant 1956 New Yorker as seen in Jay Leno's famous collection. This one was ordered with the Enormous looking 354 Hemi V8. The condition of this beauty is excellent considering it's age with a nice| straight body panels that show no rust and a very nice high gloss paint finish. The interior is clean as well with lots of nice original parts and some refurbished or new parts as needed to keep the car in tip top shape. The engine runs great an looks remarkably clean as the previous owner was proud of the car and kept it looking good all the way around. It drives great with all important features working and is ready to be enjoyed as a daily driver and is definitely nice enough to show off at local cruise nights and car shows. Please call for more information. 941-928-2339 We arrange shipping| financing and consider most trade-ins. www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Real matching #'s big block Monte Carlo with the 402 engine and...

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    Real matching #'s big block Monte Carlo with the 402 engine and automatic transmission. Super straight rust free body| High gloss paint finish. Very nice chrome and bright work. Runs and drives better than most SS454 cars. Cold A/C| power steering and power brakes. Nice set of tires. Tight suspension and best of all...It's really FAST! Classy looking car with all the luxury features you have become accustom to installed into this high performance| bold looking muscle car. These Montes are becoming more and more popular especially with the big block engines. Enjoy the piece of mind that comes with owning an investment car that is appreciating in value and all the while you get to have fun cruising! can't beat it! This car is ready to be used daily or is nice enough to show her off down at the local car show or cruise night. Call for details. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Rare Matching #'s Big Block 396 1967 Chevelle El Camino Custom....

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    Rare Matching #'s Big Block 396 1967 Chevelle El Camino Custom. Chevrolet never made a El Camino SS prior to 1968| but this was as close as it gets! Original California truck| bought out of Arizona. Numbers matching 396 big block(T0816EV) with a turbo 400 automatic and original 12 bolt positraction. Even has original rear sway bar. The black interior is in excellent shape and has new black vinyl top. Paint is beautifully refinished in the deep water blue (original 67 color) and has a beautiful high gloss shiny appearance. Glass like finish as we have had it wet-sanded. Outstanding high quality paint and body. No rust and excellent floors| frame and underside. California car that we got from Arizona. Other options include A/C(not hooked up)| power steering| factory power disc brakes. Has headers and new Flowmaster exhaust. Nice set of 15 rallies complete the ride. It's fast and it's a blast to drive! Runs like a clock| nice tight suspension and ready to be enjoyed by the next owner. Call for details 941-928-2339 we arrange shipping and financing. www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Turn heads with this beautifully restored 1967 Chevelle Malibu SS396...

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    Turn heads with this beautifully restored 1967 Chevelle Malibu SS396 Tribute. The previous owner spared no expense making this car look like a true factory Super Sport and perform even better than one made by Chevy. This Muscle Car offers tons of performance and every day reliability with up-to-date engine technology. This car has the look| feel and sound of the original SS's but the enhanced performance that leave the stock big block cars in the dust. The sound of the exhaust from any big block Chevy is very nice| but this car's exhaust growls and roars! And torque and speed? This one will leap clear over a stock Super Sport and eat up chunks of road way ahead of any pretenders. What started out as a small block Malibu is now an absolute beast. Performance is only half of the upside of this beauty. The body| paint| chrome| interior| engine compartment an trunk are all exceptionally clean. The wheels are chrome with center caps and beauty rings| new tires.

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  • Roll in with this classic and make a splash down at the cruise in. The...

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    Roll in with this classic and make a splash down at the cruise in. The Chevy Biscayne is the first cousin to the very popular Chevy Impala. Chevrolet used the same frame| body| engine| etc when building the Biscayne. 64 's are among the most popular years fro this body style and this one is in excellent shape inside and out with a very nice| rust free and straight body and a super clean interior. It has a high gloss paint finish and the interior is extra clean. The engine has plenty of power and it has a smooth shifting automatic transmission. The chrome is very nice| the engine compartment and trunk areas are detailed nicely and the front brakes have been converted from drum to disc to help stop the car quickly. Check out the clean original sheet metal on the bottom of this car. Should make someone happy to be their regular fun driver and for a very reasonable price considering all the work done to make it so nice. . Please call for all the fine details. 941-928-2339. www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Great looking Corvette owned by a mature collector who has been using...

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    Great looking Corvette owned by a mature collector who has been using this Corvette as his daily driver. The A/C Blows ice cold| the engine has plenty of power and it is fully operational. I am selling it for him and have informed him that we would advertise the car locally and also list it on eBay. If you are looking at this car| please do not hesitate to call. We are selling this quickly at market value as the owner of the car is leaving town for the season and wants it gone before he rolls out. Don't be shy if you are th emarket for one of these cars. We have it listed at a very realistic price and will be selling to first reasonable offer. If you looking at this on eBay| we do reserve the right to end the auction early and sell it from another national website. Call for details. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • Incredibly clean complete frame off restoration. Everything new or...

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    Incredibly clean complete frame off restoration. Everything new or refurbished during restoration. Certified show winner on a national level. 3rd place overall in the AMC nationals. Top prizes at local events. Previous owner also sold us another Gremlin that was remarkable but this one here is by far the nicest he has seen. He spared no expense while restoring the car. He is an absolute AMC nut that is very involved with the local Carolina chapter where this car is from. The exterior is in excellent shape with a high gloss paint job over a perfect| rust free body. All chrome in tip top shape as is all other bright work. The interior looks and smells brand new. The engine compartment is extra clean. Looks like it was scrubbed with a tooth brush! Check out the pictures underneath too. Looks like it was shown with mirrors under it. Please call for nitty gritties. 941-928-2339 www.americanclassiccarsales.com

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  • 1961 Mercedes Benz 190SL Roadster Convertible1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL, 2...

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    1961 Mercedes Benz 190SL Roadster Convertible1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL, 2 tops, silver with red interior, power windows, has been converted to an automatic transmission and comes equipped with an American motor. Edlebrock pro flo fuel injection, comes with a desirable large window hardtop, very powerful car, needless to say, 190SLs are getting harder and harder to find, excellent weekend driver, mechanically sound. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you some Blue Oval muscle...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you some Blue Oval muscle today. Before you is a 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback and man is this black beauty just awesome. It is a 1 owner car and it has gone through a few changes in it's life and we have the baby book to show it. All that said| this is one fun car to drive and one that you just have to own today. The black paint is just miles deep on this car and when you get the flake that is in it out in the sun you are even more impressed. The black stripes| as well as the louvers in the rear window and the rear spoiler all just scream muscle car era on this black beauty. The interior is all original except for the Mach 1 dash that was installed. The miles on the car are from the original odometer that was taken out of the original dash and put in to the one that you see today. So the chassis of this car only has 39|xxx miles on it. There are no rips or tears in the seats and the speaker box that you will see in the back is 100% removable if you didn't want it. The rear panel was not cut in to and had speakers installed. Under the hood of this blue oval beauty sits a 351 cleveland that is just ready to run and have fun. It is not the original motor however. The car was born with a 302| but the 4 speed transmission that it is matted to is original to the car as well as the rear end of the car. This is a very nice period correct upgrade. Once you get behind the wheel and fire this baby up you will totally understand what we are talking about. The wheels and tires really grab you as well on this car. It has had the granada power front disc brake conversion done to it and you can carve all the corners you want with the power steering so you don't have to crank on the wheel. The motor has long tube headers that you will hear in the you tube video that just sound positively awesome. We could go on and on about this car all day. Bottom line is.......you need to make this car yours right now. Come on down to Just Toys Classic Cars today and make your dream a reality. We do offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. We look forward to speaking with you soon| and making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to bring you our latest Mopar...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to bring you our latest Mopar offering. Before you is a stunning 1970 Plymouth Baracuda convertible. This is a car folks that you are going to see coming and hear coming a mile away. This is just one fun beauty to drive. One of the first things that caught our eye about this car was the eye popping yellow paint. It gleams miles deep and was done really well. There are no rips or tears in the interior or in the convertible top. If you grew up in the 60's and 70's then you remember the pistol grip shifters that were all the rage then and still are today. We just can't say enough how fun this car is to drive. Under the shaker hood resides 360 Cubic inches of Mopar fun putting out 390 HP and believe us when we tell you that you feel every ounce of them when you step on the gas. This is matted to a Tremec 5 speed transmission which is going to give you the ability to cruise down the highway| after you bang some gears at the drag strip. The looks of this car just keep on going with the 18 wheels up front as well as the 20 wheels in the rear. Now we know that with all of the go this car has it also needs to whoah. That is accomplished with front power disc brakes that will stop you on a dime and leave change. All of the handling up front is handled by some well appreciated power steering. We all know that you would not want to have to turn this car with manual steering. The sounds of this car are something to behold as well. While you are cruising down the road listening to the beautiful rumble of those 360 cubic inches you can crank up the tunes in your custom stereo. With a nice head unit in the dash and an amp and sub in the trunk your ears will just be in heaven between the two. Now every car of this age has a little something wrong with it here and there| and all this one has is that it needs a new sending unit put in the tank so that the gas gauge will work properly. Right now when it is full it shows half a tank. That is the only thing that is wrong with this car. This car is just an amazing piece of machinery to drive. You hear the awesome tunes| you feel the horsepower in your butt| hands| and feet. This car is sensory overload and it is all fun you can handle. You need to come on down and check this out today and make it the next thing in your collection. We have classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. We look forward to speaking with you soon| and look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

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  • *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HICKORY, NC *** What we have here...

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    *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HICKORY, NC *** What we have here is a lovely example of a restored 1955 Ford Thunderbird that is finished in Red with a White hardtop and which is complemented by a complementary Black and White interior. Overall, this car is in very nice condition. This 1955 Ford Thunderbird was restored in 1997 when the odometer was reset to zero; since then, the car has done about 12,000 miles. When the restoration was done, the original motor and drivetrain from 1955 - a 292 cid motor and 3 speed transmission - were replaced with a rebuilt 1956 312 cid motor (bored .030 over) coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, this addition makes the car far more 'driver friendly' and is well suited to daily driving in the right climate. Also, the car had power steering added for the same reason. This car was completely repainted, all bumpers were re-chromed, all the trim was polished and all the running gear was gone through meticulously by the owner (a retired mechanic of 35 years). The soft top has its frame but was not yet replaced; this is an optional addition as the soft top is not a necessity. The car is running on a good set of Broadway Classic tires and is ready to serve the needs of a new owner. This car will not last long as we have priced her to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know. If you want to know more about the truck - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 If you would like to talk about a purchase - CALL ME (978) 771-8375 My name is Paul please call me direct with any questions - my cell phone is always with me at (978) 771-8375 or you can email me anytime at paul@silverstonemotorcars.com. I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly pick you up at the airport or deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** FINANCING AVAILABLE FROM JJ BEST BANC - APPLY TODAY *** *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HICKORY, NC ***

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