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  • This custom 2-door street rod is cruise-ready and street-legal. She’s...

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    This custom 2-door street rod is cruise-ready and street-legal. She’s not a trailer queen, but she’s definitely a show stopper and draws crowds of folks and “thumbs up” wherever she goes.

    The paint is in great shape, except for a few small bubble spots down low and a small scratch/popped-out dent on the driver’s side near the fuel door, but you have to look closely for it to see it. Still, she’s just beautiful. Gorgeous Raspberry Red and Pearl White paint sets this car off from all others. Her all-steel body (including running boards) is very solid.

    Doors open and close with ease and body panels line up true.

    She has classy, but not over-done, pin-striping and the hood has ghost flames. This car was built for the highway, and what a pleasure it is to drive.

    She is powered with a rebuilt GM-350 matched to a new 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission which is coupled to a Ford 9” rear via a custom, balanced driveshaft.

    Engine monitoring is presented through VDO gauges.

    She maneuvers easily with center-point power rack & pinion steering, tracks true, and stops nicely with her power brakes.

    She rolls on 17” Goodyear Eagles that are wrapped around beautiful Chrysler 300M LHS chrome alloy mag wheels.

    It is graced with a Cadillac leather interior and dual electric seats that are wide and extremely comfortable.

    Fender skirts, painted in matching Pearl White, come with the car.

    Her butterfly hoods are crowned with 60 louvers each. Extremely rare!

    Frenched headlights, frenched taillights, frenched antenna and license plate recess, and her blended fender seams make this car highly unique.

    There is always a crowd around this car.

    Listen to your favorite music from her brand new AM/FM/CD-R/CD-RW Receiver with anti-theft detachable faceplate. You can connect your iPod or iPhone to the front panel. It also has a USB charging port.

    This is the ultimate cruise machine and has that eye-catching perfect stance. With no chop and no channeling she is easy to enter and exit and you don't have to scrunch down your body to drive it. The air-conditioning will keep you plenty cool in the summers and the heater will warm you all winter long. This is an extremely comfortable car to drive and will be a true pleasure on long road trips. And, yes, she is equipped with seatbelts. She has plenty of room for friends and family members.

    This well-appointed car has very low miles (under 2,000) since build.

    DETAILS:

    • All steel, including the running boards
    • Re-built GM 350ci V8
    • New GM 700R4 Automatic Overdrive Transmission w/2500rpm Stall Kit
    • Lokar Floor Shifter
    • Polished Transmission Cooler
    • Ford 9” Rear
    • Gas Shocks on all corners
    • Edelbrock Performer RPM Aluminum Intake Manifold
    • Brand new Edlebrock 600cfm Carburetor with Electric Choke
    • Ceramic-coated Headers
    • Brand new HEI Distributer
    • Linear Spark Plug Wire Dividers
    • 100-amp 1-Wire Alternator
    • Aluminum Radiator
    • Electric Fuel Pump
    • Electric Radiator Fan
    • Dual Exhaust all the way through to the back
    • VDO Gauges (illuminated)
    • Power Rack & Pinion Steering
    • Power Brakes (Front Discs / Rear Drum)
    • Upholstered Trunk
    • Power trunk popper
    • Power Cowl Vent
    • Air Conditioning & Heat by Southern Air
    • 17” Goodyear Eagle Tires
    • 17x7 300M LHS Chrome Alloy Mag Wheels
    • Exterior Sun Visor (adjustable)
    • Cadillac Leather Interior
    • 6-way Power Seats
    • 4-Speaker Sound System with brand new AM/FM CD Receiver
    • Custom Running Boards
    • Custom Two-tone Paint (Raspberry Red / Pearl White)
    • Louvered Hoods (very, very rare) 60 louvers per side; 120 total
    • Ghost Flames on Hood
    • Classy, tasteful Pin-striping
    • Frenched Antenna Mount
    • Frenched Headlights
    • Frenched Taillights
    • Frenched License Plate Mount
    • Updated Wiring (E-Z Wiring Kit)
    • Fender Skirts (matching Pearl White)
    • Binder Full of Receipts
    • Build Photos
    • Non-smoker car
    • Clear, lien-free, 1941 Title in my name

    One of only 27 known to exist. In September 1998, a professional search of registrations, salvage figures, computer extrapolations, and production numbers was conducted. The research concluded that as of that date, only 27 of this make and model vehicle still existed. It is now more than 14-years later. There may be less than 27 of these cars left. The certificate documenting these findings will be included with the car.

    A little 1941 Chrysler Royal Brougham history . . .

    The reason there were so few of these cars produced was because of the Japanese attack on the Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor which thrust the United States into World War II.

    As a 1941 automobile, only 8,006 of these Royal Broughams were built before the assembly lines were shut down to retool for war production. The government gave Chrysler $20-million – over $316-billion by today’s standards – to expand and retool the plant and begin building tanks (instead of cars) as ordered by the Automotive Council for War Production. Chrysler would not again build cars in earnest until 1946.

    Owning some of the last pre-war steel that rolled out of Detroit is both humbling and a source of pride. I hope that whoever wins this car will care for her with the respect her history deserves. I have.

    IN CLOSING:

    She sips 87-octane fuel without complaints, has a sweet growl, and is definitely not for the feint-of-heart.

    Fly into Norfolk, VA or Salisbury, MD and drive her home. Or have her delivered to your doorstep. This rare and beautiful street rod could be in your driveway by this coming weekend.

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  • 1934 Ford Truck Street Rod

    1934 Ford Truck Street Rod
    ALL STEEL...

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    1934 Ford Truck Street Rod

    1934 Ford Truck Street Rod
    ALL STEEL BODY w/ Texas Blue Title

    Located in Crosby, Tx 77532

    Call or Text (281)844-6804

    More Pictures upon demand

    Price: $45,000 OBO

    EVERY PIECE THAT WENT INTO the PROFESSIONAL BUILDING of THIS Truck is the BEST MONEY can BUY!!!!!!!

    This is a Show Truck and can be driven to Car Shows.

    Ground Up Restoration

    LS1 Motor
    700 R 4 OD Trans
    355 9" Ford
    Kugel Front End Rack & Pinion Polish Stainless
    Tranglated 4 Bar
    Weld Rod Lites Wheels
    NEW Custom Leather Upholstery
    Custom Sound System Kenwood
    Air Condition
    Power Brakes Disc

    1934 Ford Truck, 1934, Ford Truck, 1934 Ford, Custom, Street Rod, Hot Rod, Racing, Classic

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  • Restored 1968 Elcamino, very straight body, Kandy Solar Gold paint. Has...

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    Restored 1968 Elcamino, very straight body, Kandy Solar Gold paint. Has original 327 engine with headers and straight pipes, less than 100,000 miles, runs strong. Sprayed on bed liner, rally wheels, cloth interior and many more extras.

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  • 1971 Chevy Rally Nova

    1971 Chevy Rally Nova

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  • Here’s the bottom line on this 1971 Chevelle: it’s amazing. With a...

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    Here’s the bottom line on this 1971 Chevelle: it’s amazing. With a thundering 454 under the hood, a gorgeous Tuxedo Black paint job, and a restored interior, it’s a great all-around performer that will fit right in on the show field, too. With so many garden-variety Chevelles out there, it’s really refreshing to see one that is just a little outside the ordinary.
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    There are a lot of guys who think the ’71 Chevelle is the best looking of the bunch, myself included. Although not born an SS, it’s been professionally built in a way the average passerby would never know the difference. Now featuring a high-end resto-mod rebuild, all those details of original pedigree are out the window anyway. Black was chosen for the build and this beautifully applied finish, along with the white SS stripes means you have a car that won’t be overlooked, and most certainly should be feared. The bodywork looks really clean on this one, and the unadorned flanks are straight and free of ripples and blemishes, which is a tribute to both the workmanship and the fact that these are all the car’s original panels. The black paint is deep and thick, just like you’d expect from a detailed high-end restoration. A cowl induction hood makes it a little aggressive, but nothing outside the factory specifications has been done—it’s very much the way Chevy might have built it in 1971. Chrome is nicely done, and the blacked-out grille gives it a monochromatic look, and aside from the stripes, they just let the clean shape do most of the talking.
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    The black bucket seat interior uses 1970 patterns, but it’ll take an expert to spot it. Showing virtually no wear and exceptional workmanship, this fabulous interior is a great place to spend your weekends. The center console features what might be the coolest shifter ever devised by the guys at GM, and the original gauge cluster has been augmented by a set of auxiliary gauges under the dash. Under-dash A/C is an unusual addition but the setup fits well and blends in nicely, and you can’t argue with how effective it is. A powerful Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo lives in the dash and fits like it was born here, and stock carpets, door panels, and headliner round out an interior you’ll be proud to call your own. The trunk is clean, and includes a full-sized spare tire and jack assembly.
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    Power comes from a 454 cubic inch crate motor, which is rated at 425 horsepower. Everything under the hood is as OEM as possible, including the accessories on a serpentine belt drive system, so it drives like a modern car with no fussing. There are a few dress-up items like the bright red valve covers and chrome air cleaner, but the intent was to let the hardware do all the talking; that means a Barry Grant carb, ceramic-coated long-tube headers, and an HEI ignition system. The transmission is a 700R4 4-speed automatic with a deep overdrive for easy long distance cruising, even with the 3.73 gears in the 12-bolt rear. The chassis is very solid and clean, but not detailed for show, which means you can drive this one without worries about dirt and the occasional rain shower. 4-wheel disc brakes provide confident stopping power, and thanks to a set of custom springs and KYB shocks, it has the perfect stance. Rounding out this handsome A-body is a set of Boyd Coddington wheels wearing 255/35/20 front and 285/30/22 rear tires that look more like O-rings.
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    This car is every bit as cool as it seems and the workmanship throughout is top quality. With overdrive and upgraded suspension, it’s a fabulous long-distance cruiser and you can proudly display the spectacular paint and interior anywhere you go. Call today!

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  • This 1960 Chevrolet Nomad presents a curious case. On the one hand, it’s...

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    This 1960 Chevrolet Nomad presents a curious case. On the one hand, it’s one of the most beautiful wagons ever designed. On the other, it’s a wonderful resto-mod with a 383 inch stroker motor, overdrive transmission, and an Air Ride suspension, all making it a superlative long-distance cruiser. And yes, we are displaying it with both sets of wheels and tires so you can see just how radically it can change personality in less than 30 minutes.
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    The odometer shows 25,120 and the title says it’s authentic, but that didn’t stop some very talented guys from making this one of the most incredible resto-mods we’ve ever seen. The color is Ermine White, the same code 936A found on the cowl tag, so it looks quite authentic. As a low-mile car that had lived a very good life, minimal bodywork was required and it goes without saying that the work is off-the-charts nice. Panel gaps are good, the paint was rubbed and buffed to a brilliant shine, and it’s unlikely that you’ll see another one of these anywhere you go. There’s obviously a lot of trim, all of which is fantastic, from the almost delicate bumpers to the cool rocket-shaped side trim, and “gullwing” rear quarters that were a little tamer than 1959 but still distinctively Chevrolet. All the original glass is excellent, and you’ll want to take care of it, because those wagon windows are completely irreplaceable.
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    The turquoise interior is truly spectacular and offers proof that this is a low-mileage car. Covered by plastic for years, it is preserved the same way your grandmother’s couch was immaculately frozen in time. A beautiful dashboard full of bright trim and nicely finished gauges and an under-dash A/C unit that’s been there since it was new makes it a delight to drive. The column-mounted shifter has been cleverly modified to control four gears instead of three and the Air Ride suspension offers fingertip control of the ride height on a custom panel just to the left of the steering column. An AM/FM stereo radio was stashed in the center of the dash to augment the car’s already impressive long-distance cruising abilities, and it’ll carry anything you care to take with you thanks to the massive cargo bay, which is also beautifully preserved.
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    OK, so it’s beautiful and the interior is amazing, but the drivetrain is built for long-distance cruising. The engine is a 383 cubic inch crate motor bolted to a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. With about 4000 miles on the build, it’s been tested and proven, and delivers a lot more punch and efficiency than the original 283. A new billet accessory drive powers the A/C (all-new components with R134a refrigerant) and it now carries power disc brakes and beefy sway bars in addition to the aforementioned Air Ride setup. A mellow dual exhaust system sounds exactly right for this vintage wagon and as we said, there are two full sets of wheels and tires to suit your mood: 18s and 20s for when you want a resto-mod look, plus the original steel wheels with wide whites for pure stock cool factor.
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    Formerly owned by Mike Helton, president of NASCAR, this gorgeous Chevy wagon is every bit as amazing as it looks and truly delivers on the promise of no-compromises motoring. Call today!

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  • Invest in the stock market if you like, but I’d much rather park some...

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    Invest in the stock market if you like, but I’d much rather park some money in this show-quality 1970 Mustang Mach 1. In terms of appreciation, this highly pedigreed fastback offers an awesome (and correct) black-on-black color combination, a Marti Report and a fresh restoration with fewer than 1000 miles on it. And just try having this much fun with your stock portfolio.
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    There aren’t many more intimidating cars from the muscle car era than the Mustang Mach 1, particularly in black. Featuring all its original panels, this sportsroof looks truly spectacular following a comprehensive restoration that is ready to start collecting the big trophies at the important shows. Fit and finish are extremely nice, as you’d expect from a car with a resume like this, and the final product is impressive. The incredible black paint is miles deep, better than anything coming out of Dearborn in 1970, and with the satin black stripes it takes on an especially brutal look. The usual spoilers front and rear, hood pins, and Mach 1 graphics are subtle on the black paint, giving it a stealth fighter look that’s insanely appealing. Chrome bumpers, honeycomb-style insert on the tail, and cool oval exhaust tips give it a little extra eye candy, and all of it is expertly restored to show standards.
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    The black Mach 1 interior is all business, but what a business to be in! Fresh seat covers, new carpets, reproduction door panels, and a whole bunch of other new stuff means it’s comfortable, accurate, and ready to show or go. Woodgrained dash panels and console warm things up a bit, but given the relative lack of options and butch color combination, you know this car was built for combat, not comfort. There’s an AM radio in the center of the dash and a full set of gauges that look good, but other than the console and shiny shifter, this one is all-business. A fold-down rear seat adds practicality, especially useful for the guys who raced on Sunday and drove their Mustangs to work on Monday, and the trunk is nicely furnished with a correct mat, full-sized spare, and a correct cover.
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    Ford makes it tough to determine matching numbers, but there’s every reason to believe that the 351 cubic inch V8 under the hood is this car’s original powerplant. Beautifully detailed and accurately restored, it wears its Ford Blue paint with pride, along with the original air cleaner and reproduction decals. Other show-ready perks include the stamped coolant hoses and correct clamps, reproduction battery, and correct plug wires. Underneath, you can tell they spent extra time on the chassis, with red oxide primer on the floors, detailed suspension components, and a rebuilt C4 3-speed automatic transmission. The 9-inch rear end is framed by a new dual exhaust system with snarling Flowmaster mufflers and has been correctly detailed with a satin black housing and red oxide center section. A new gas tank, shocks, and freshly painted driveshaft only add to the high-point detailed look. Correct Magnum 500 wheels wear staggered 245/60/15 and 275/60/15 BFG radials for a slightly more aggressive look.
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    Documented with a Marti Report and restoration photos, this high-quality Mach 1 delivers on the promises that its glossy black finish makes. Call today!

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  • This pretty 1969 Pontiac Firebird is exactly the kind of car that...

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    This pretty 1969 Pontiac Firebird is exactly the kind of car that correctly answers all of a potential buyer’s most important questions. First, it is indeed a dry desert car with great bones. Second, it is heavily documented with ownership records, PHS documents, and restoration receipts. And finally, it hasn’t been dressed up as a fake anything—it’s a real-deal V8 Firebird that simply looks awesome.
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    One glance at the cowl tag and you’ll know that this Firebird is wearing a correct and recent coat of code 52 Matador Red. It’s not orange like the Carousel Red found on the GTO, but rather a very pure, vivid red that is exactly the right color for the sporty F-body. It spent the first 32 years of its life (1969-2001) in Arizona, then moved to Temecula, California for a few more years before ending up in Missouri. As a result, it’s impressively clean inside and out with none of the issues that plague cars that lived in harsher climates. The paint is fresh and the steel underneath was properly prepped and finished, so it looks fantastic, particularly for such an affordable car. To many, the Firebird is more appealing than the Camaro simply because of the little things, ranging from the chrome grille set into the front end, to the gills in the front fenders, to the trick Firebird logo side-marker lamps in the quarters. Add in a shiny rear bumper, that beautiful stock hood that looks particularly amazing from overhead, and no wing on the back, and you have one great-looking hardtop.
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    The Pontiac difference continues inside where there’s a delightfully upscale black bucket seat interior. The seats are highly textured reproductions that look great and the door panels are simply too nice to be original. The fat steering wheel is obviously an aftermarket piece, but somehow it looks exactly right in the sporty Firebird’s interior. Original gauges are perhaps showing their age, but they don’t distract from the driving experience one bit. A digital AM/FM stereo radio improves on-board entertainment a bit, but the sound system isn’t why you’re buying this car anyway. The real reason is under the skin, and one glance in the trunk will prove this car’s California pedigree.
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    Originally equipped with a 350, there’s now a proper 400 cubic inch Pontiac V8 under that pointed hood, fully detailed like the factory would have done it. Freshly rebuilt, Edelbrock supplied the intake and carburetor and the rest was slathered in Pontiac Turquoise paint and topped with chrome valve covers for a racy 1969 look. According to the build sheet, power steering was original equipment but the power brakes and new master cylinder were added during the build. They also added disc brakes to the rear giving this Firebird plenty of stopping power with the beefy 400CI under the hood. A TH350 3-speed automatic was rebuilt and stuffed in behind the burly 400 and with 3.55 gears out back, it’s formidable on the street but an easy cruiser on the highway. A new 3-inch exhaust system with Flowmasters sounds like Valhalla on Saturday night and those gorgeous 16-inch Torque Thrust wheels look just right with staggered 225/55/16 front and 255/50/16 rear Yokohama radials that fill the fender gaps quite nicely.
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    Documented with receipts, ownership paperwork back to the original owner, and PHS information, this is a lot of west-coast Firebird for the price of a garden-variety car. Call today!

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  • 1972 Plymouth 340 Cuda, 3rd owner, stock and balanced. beautiful car,...

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    1972 Plymouth 340 Cuda, 3rd owner, stock and balanced. beautiful car, wish I still had it.

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  • The Corvette guys have always been big on special edition cars, but this...

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    The Corvette guys have always been big on special edition cars, but this 2007 Ron Fellows Championship Edition Z06 definitely represents something to celebrate. Winning the GT1 class in the ALMS (American LeMans [racing] Series) is a very big deal and Canadian racer Ron Fellows had a big part in it.
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    The Ron Fellows Z06 was the first Z06 to wear Arctic White paint, which replicates that found on the race cars, right down to the hash marks on the front fenders. Actually, those hash marks go back decades to the first Grand Sport racers, so Corvette guys should already be very familiar with them. As a low-mileage, 2-owner car, this one is completely original and untouched save for some meticulous attention to detailing and waxing, giving it a showroom shine that makes it look special. The Ron Fellows edition also got a low-profile rear spoiler as well as Ron’s autograph on one of the hash stripes, as well as a subtle maple leaf logo celebrating Ron’s home country. The rest is basic Z06, which is the Corvette to own if you participate in track days or competition of any sort. Wider fender flares house oversized rubber, all the ducts and scoops you see are functional, cooling and feeding various components under the skin, and full of lightweight materials to help performance at the very basic level. And it’s almost completely unmarked and beautifully preserved.
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    The two-tone leather interior is beautifully finished, particularly for a Corvette, whose interiors prior to this were always a source of complaints from the motoring press. Here, red accents highlight the otherwise monochromatic interior treatment, and the well-bolstered sport seats are up to the rigors of track duty. There’s a carbon-fiber weave on the instrument panel and center console, which GM called a “tech pattern” and the center armrest is wrapped with more red leather and adorned with the car number (#288 out of 399 built) and yet another Ron Fellows signature—who does this guy think he is, Carroll Shelby? Of course, everything was standard equipment on the Ron Fellows Z06, so you get climate control, power windows, locks, and seats, a heads-up display, a powerful stereo, and much, much more. It’s possible that the driver’s seat shows some wear, but the rest of the interior is virtually unmarked and like new, which is about how I’d describe this entire car.
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    It should be no surprise that the Z06 was chosen to carry the ALMS banner. Built from the ground up to be a street legal track weapon, it packs the biggest small block ever built, a thundering 7.0-liter LS7 V8. Other tweaks and tricks allow it to grunt out 505 horsepower, making it the most powerful naturally-aspirated Corvette ever built. The suspension and brakes are no less wondrous, and the chassis is aluminum to save weight in a big way. A 6-speed manual transaxle with special ratios and a taller rear gear mean that it hammers out of the hole yet cruises easily at insane triple-digit speeds. Seriously, if you need only one car, the Z06 is an excellent choice. Even better, the Ron Fellows edition got glitzy chrome wheels which wear original 275/35/18 front and 325/30/19 rear Goodyear radials.
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    Documented with original manuals, reproduction build sheet and window sticker, this is an investment-grade late-model ‘Vette that’s a party to drive. Call today!

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  • This 1966 Mustang coupe is one of those cars that proves that less is...

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    This 1966 Mustang coupe is one of those cars that proves that less is often more. Gorgeous and beautifully appointed throughout, it shows you that you don't need stripes and bright colors to have a car that will stop people in their tracks when they see it. It's also quite fast, so you don't need to rely entirely on its good looks to attract attention.
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    The color is from the GM palette and is called Medium Chestnut, and if you hadn't seen it on this car, you probably wouldn't pick it. But now that you've seen the warm metallic glow and how right it looks on the crisp Mustang sheetmetal, you're probably as surprised as we are by how much you like it. It's elegant and understated, just enough to offset the Shelby-style modifications made to the other parts of the car. Note the hood scoop, the hood pins, and the blacked-out Shelby grille, all designed to give this car a performance vibe without being too blatant about it. Workmanship is exceptionally good and you can tell that someone built this car for himself and took his time doing it, because the gaps are even, the paint has that look that only a well-prepped surface can deliver, and the shine means that a lot of time went into the final cut and buff. There's also plenty of chrome that sparkles against the Chestnut paint, again like an upscale machine you'd find in a high-end new car dealership. The builder totally nailed it with this one.
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    Inside, the remarkable combination of beauty and original features continues. The Parchment and Palomino pony interior works just as well as the paint on the outside, delivering a wonderful contrast to the usual monochromatic Mustang interior. It's all new and quite nicely done, with smart upgrades that make it a pleasure to drive. A GT350 wood-rimmed steering wheel, accessory gauges, and a Hurst shifter suggest that it's built for combat, but there's also a well-disguised under-dash A/C unit and an AM/FM stereo with a CD changer in the trunk. Carroll Shelby decals cover the glove box lid, and we think if he saw the build on this car himself his first thought would probably be, ‘Now why didn't I think of that?’ The trunk is finished to stock specs with one of the neatest-fitting trunk mats we've ever seen, plus that aforementioned CD changer.
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    That well-dressed small block is a 302 bored .040 oversize and fitted with gear like an Edelbrock cam, intake, and carburetor, Pete Jackson gear drive (sounds awesome!), and an electronic ignition. A Cobra dress-up kit makes it look like one of Shelby's finest, and every single component was restored or replaced during the build, giving it a like-new look. It starts easily with a snarky bark from the Scott Drake headers and Flowmaster 44s, and with a Toploader 4-speed, you can bang gears all you like without fear of hurting it. The suspension is fortified with new trailing arms, fresh bushings, big sway bars, plus massive 4-piston calipers on the front discs. It crouches on a set of Magnum 500 look-a-likes and fat BFG radials all around.
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    A gorgeous, first-class build that has resulted in a car that's more than the sum of its parts. If you're bored with Shelby clones and pretty but stock Mustangs, perhaps this one will light your fires. Call today!

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  • If you need a cool hauler for your shop, a fun piece of muscle that’s...

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    If you need a cool hauler for your shop, a fun piece of muscle that’s different from everyone else’s, or you’re like me and just dig wagons, this 1972 Chevelle is an awesome find. Restored a few years ago and stuffed with a ZZ3 crate motor, it’s the ideal long-haul ride for the guy who has everything and likes to take it wherever he goes.
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    These are actually quite rare, as most of them met their fates as the family trickster and rotted away before anyone could even think about saving one as a collectors’ item, but here it is. The ’72 wagons have the same great front end as the rest of the Chevelle lineup, with single headlights and a blacked-out grille. The paint was done about seven years ago in what sure looks like Butternut Yellow, and it gives the big wagon a svelte look that fits its muscle car intentions. All that steel is quite straight and if this one spent its summers at the Grand Canyon or cruising to Disneyworld, all the scars have been erased. The paint work was done quite well, and if someone were to tell you it was repainted just last year, you probably wouldn’t argue – it still looks great. It also has great chrome, most of which was just re-restored and there is new weather stripping throughout, so it seals up well. Chevrolet and Chevelle script ornaments adorn the sides and tailgate, and the big roof rack helps complete the illusion as well as adding real-world practicality. I can almost guarantee that showing up in this Chevy will definitely get you a lot of attention.
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    It’s possible that the tan vinyl interior is original, although the seats just look too nice to be more than 40 years old, don’t you think? Whatever the case, you won’t be ashamed to load up six or eight of your best friends and hit the road with this cruiser, which also includes such niceties as factory A/C and an AM/FM/CD stereo in the dash. There’s a column-shifted automatic, but an aftermarket console has provisions for two cup holders and some miscellaneous storage, and the rubber mats on the floor are another practical touch. A trio of white-faced auxiliary gauges were installed under the dash for a bit of a hot-rod look, and the cavernous cargo bay will easily haul engines, wheels, sheetmetal, and drywall home from the store. The tan is also a nice contrast with the yellow paint, not as hard-edged or as common as basic black, and with all those windows, it’ll be a lot more comfortable next summer, too.
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    For horsepower, there’s a 350 cubic inch ZZ3 crate motor with aluminum heads and a 750 Holley double-pumper up top. There’s a big cam inside and it idles with the menacing rumble of a true muscle car—in fact, there’s enough cam in there to warrant an electric vacuum pump to keep the power brakes at their peak. There’s evidence of lots of other new parts under the hood, and the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt with the rest of the car a few years back. A stock 12-bolt rear still does its job, and with a dual exhaust system, you’ll never get tired of the sounds this one makes. Giant 20-inch Coys wheels certainly stuff the wheel wells and wear 245/35/20 front and 275/40/20 rear performance radials.
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    Big fun that’s also fast enough to be entertaining on the street. Carry anything and do it in style! Call today!

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  • A very nice example fresh in stock in good condition throughout with...

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    A very nice example fresh in stock in good condition throughout with some desirable extras.

    Presented in metallic gold with two tone cloth interior, 5 speed manual transmission, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, CD radio, multi function steering wheel, tow bar, roof rack, rear spoiler, fog lights and switchable 4x4 system

    Great value 4x4 with a nice spec

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

    Isn't it time to drive something different?

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  • 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Convertible ...

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    1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Convertible &lt;strong&gt;Introducing the one of a kind GT350&lt;/strong&gt;,with a Numbers Matching 351 Windsor and a 4 Speed Manual Transmission. Exterior is Candy Apple Red with GT350 striping with side &amp;amp; hood scoops. Black clarion Knit/Corinthian vinyl High Back bucket seats with a full console. Fog Lights and Tinted glass. A heavy duty suspension compliments the power steering and power front disc brakes. Dual exhausts with manifolds and straight pipes with all the correct undercarriage markings make this machine sound and look like a true Mustang. Stock AC System and Stock AM/FM Radio. Factory In-Dash Tach and an In-Dash Clock in a Woodgrain dash credit the interior with a classic look. Color keyed racing mirrors with a Remote Driver-Side Mirror and a Black Power Top with Glass Backlite. A Marti Report is available with this car which can place it as &lt;strong&gt;1 of 1.&lt;/strong&gt; Website link to youtube &lt;a href=&quot;http://youtube.com/watch?v=Fk1IDootrB0&amp;amp;list=HL1383335289&amp;amp;feature=mh_lolz&quot;&gt;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk1IDootrB0&amp;amp;list=HL1383335289&amp;amp;feature=mh_lolz Call 830-629-4843 for information on this or any of our very classic Mustang Inventory. Introduce a vehicle that is a one of a kind find or take home the trophy at the next car show for $179,900

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  • bought in la grande oregon 2 weeks ago a rust and cancer free 73 dart...

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    bought in la grande oregon 2 weeks ago a rust and cancer free 73 dart swinger 2 door minus motor and trans for 400 bucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tore the front end apart and stripped down whole car front in primer and going back together floor and trunk pans solid there next

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  • 2011 Yamaha R1 Raven 1000cc of pure speed and smoothness with the cross...

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    2011 Yamaha R1 Raven 1000cc of pure speed and smoothness with the cross plain crankshaft. I bought this bike new in may of 2012 with a 5 year extended warranty (transferable) The oil has been changed three times. I bought "black" foot rest brackets the ones that came on the bike were metal colored. I have an extra back tire for when the original wears out. I also put a black reflective stripe on the rims can't really see them in the day but at night when the light hits them wow what an effect. $10,00.00

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  • This 1967 Cadillac Sedan DeVille is about dedication. How does nearly...

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    This 1967 Cadillac Sedan DeVille is about dedication. How does nearly $100,000 worth of restoration receipts sound? As a lifetime family heirloom, it received the type of frame-off restoration that’s done purely out of love – not based on how much the car is worth. That’s good news for the next buyer as there’s really no doubt this car is nicer than it was new, and that’s a rare prospect indeed for a 1967 Deville. Although the work was completed a few years ago, we think you’ll agree it’s an amazing specimen. In fact, we’re pretty confident this is still one of the nicest ’67 Sedan DeVille in the universe.
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    Originally purchased by the owner’s great aunt, he fell in love with it when he was just a kid riding in the back seat. You know what that’s like, of course, because you’re a car guy, and the love that went into the restoration is a shining testament to the power of passion and history in the old car world. Logic would dictate that no car worth $20,000 should receive a six-figure restoration, yet here it is in all its shining glory. That spectacular Admiralty Blue paint is as gorgeous as any finish applied by the Standard of the World, and the work to get it there was exceptionally well-done. While it has been a few years, the car was painstakingly preserved after the resto. All four doors fit with tight gaps, the long, pointed quarter panels are straight, and with a known pedigree, you can buy in confidence that you’re getting something special, and that it’s always been treated that way. The black vinyl top looks new, because it is, and all the Soft-Ray tinted glass is fresh stuff, too, so there’s a little extra shine to the car that you can’t quite put your finger on. All the chrome and stainless, of course, was restored to show condition and glitters against the dark blue paint like the stars in the night sky. OK, hyperbole aside, this is one seriously nice DeVille.
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    Somewhere, somehow they managed to find interior fabric that exactly matched the 1967 original materials. All stitched in the factory patterns, the interior is literally like new. Correct dark blue carpets, beautifully detailed door panels, and a new headliner add to the youthful look. This DeVille is also full of optional goodies that you’d expect on a Cadillac, including power windows, A/C, and a power front seat, all of which are functional. Leg room in back is expansive, making it feel more like a mini-limousine than a sedan, and with the hardtop styling, it actually feels quite bright and airy inside. The factory AM/FM radio remains in the center of the brushed stainless steel instrument panel and the markings on the gauges are so bright and sharp that they have to have been restored. Correct Cadillac floor mats are matched by the fully upholstered trunk, which features a full-sized spare tire and lots of storage space.
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    Cadillac’s 429 cubic inch V8 was a strong performer in 1967, offering a stout 365 horsepower and a silky smooth flow of power that rivaled an electric motor. Fully rebuilt and detailed, the engine bay looks like it might have a few months after that great aunt took the car home, and it drives superbly with that effortless performance that defines the American luxury car. A 3-speed automatic transmission is, of course, standard, and the rear gears ensure that highway cruising is drama-free. Correct narrow whitewall tires and restored hubcaps complete the stunning presentation.
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    This car is amazing, if not merely for its condition, but for the astronomical investment it represents. Nostalgia is like that, so please put this car on your “must-own” list, because it’ll always be remarkable. Call today!

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  • When you restore a car, you have an opportunity to build something just...

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    When you restore a car, you have an opportunity to build something just the way you would have ordered it new. Take this 1966 Corvette roadster, which is one of the best-driving mid-year Corvettes we’ve ever featured, and for good reason: there’s an L79 under the hood, a 4-speed behind it, and a bunch of desirable options like factory A/C built in. It’s not 100% the way the factory built it; I’d argue that it’s better!
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    The trim tag says it was originally Ermine white with a black vinyl interior, but few would argue that the recent repaint in brilliant Rally Red wasn’t a big upgrade. Fit and finish are outstanding, as you’d expect for a car at this level. Lots of time went into the bodywork, erasing all the blemishes and lining everything up just right, and with Corvette fiberglass, it’s particularly important to keep the edges sharp and crisp. Once the surface was ready, several coats of brilliant red paint were applied, and it’s exactly right—you want a red Corvette, this is the reddest. It’s also one of the shiniest, thanks to a professional wet sand and buff on the surface, which erased any traces of orange peel that gets in the way of the shine. Aside from being much, much nicer than it was in 1966, there are no real deviations from showroom specs, so the chrome trim, the emblems, and the raucous side pipes are all in place.
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    The trim tag also says “STD” for interior, but the standard buckets were restored with black leather and it’s a very welcome upgrade. Like the bodywork, the interior was given a full makeover but sticks to the original specifications, so you won’t see modern buckets or an aftermarket wheel. Instead, it’s built the way you might have ordered your dream Corvette in 1966 if you’d had unlimited resources at your disposal. The gauges are clear and crisp, the woodgrained steering wheel is beautiful, and yes, that’s factory A/C flanking the fully operational clock. There’s an aftermarket AM/FM/cassette stereo, but if you’re really a purist, that’s easy to fix and if not, you’ll enjoy the ride that much more. A white top looks even better against the red paint than it would have when the car was white and stows under the rear deck without a lot of effort.
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    The engine is a date-code correct 327 cubic inch V8 rebuilt to 350 horsepower L79 specifications. There’s something special about a high-winding, high-compression small block that this car embodies perfectly, encouraging you to run it through the gears and listen to the insane exhaust note through the side pipes. The engine bay is quite stock-looking, with a correct Winters intake, finned valve covers, and factory cast iron exhaust manifolds. It starts and runs quite well, with a slight lope to the idle that tells everyone this car means business, and for balance, there are few better road cars than a small-block powered Corvette roadster. The 4-speed rips through the gears and feels so tough you’ll look forward to barking the tires on the 1-2 shift, and thanks to a rebuilt suspension with composite leaf springs, handling is impressive. Classic knock-off alloys are fitted with 215/65/15 Goodyear rubber that fits right without looking too modern and fat.
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    Is this the Corvette you’ve always dreamed of owning? All the right ingredients are there, wrapped in a fantastic restoration that’s ready to cruise. Call today!

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  • Once again we’re shocked by how beautiful and affordable some ‘30s cars...

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    Once again we’re shocked by how beautiful and affordable some ‘30s cars can be. This 1936 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe sedan looks like it should cost twice as much as it does, proving once again that there are still great bargains to be had in the old car world. Smooth, fun to drive, and roomy enough for the whole family, this Chevy still offers all the virtues that made it a best-seller back in 1936.
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    The entire history of this Chevy is known. It was purchased in California by a school teacher named Pearl Diffin, who drove it regularly for an astonishing 29 years. In 1965, she donated the car to a local museum, where it was on display for another two decades, nicely preserved and not racking up mileage. In 1986, the museum collection was liquidated, and the lovely little Chevy was finally restored with new paint and interior as well as a mechanical freshening. Given that the car hasn’t been used much since the restoration was completed 25 years ago, it still looks fantastic. The burgundy paint looks quite good on the mid-30s shape, which highlights the streamlining that was just starting to influence designers. Obviously, this was a very solid car to begin with, which probably explains why the doors open and close so easily and the beautiful state of the bright trim, which shows only very minor signs of age. Optional fender skirts accentuate the long, sleek look, along with subtle pinstripes that highlight the moldings. As I said, this car looks a lot more expensive than it is.
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    The interior was treated to a full facelift as well, now dressed in gray fabric that has a button-tufted pattern to replicate the original upholstery. Both front and rear seats are inviting and comfortable in a way that most folks haven’t experienced in a modern car, and with matching door panels, it has a very high-quality look. The simple Chevrolet dash is painted gray to match, with the instruments sensibly laid out ahead of the driver and visible through the spokes of the big black steering wheel. Controls are simple and logical, and with a 3-speed manual shifter and Synchromesh, it’s as easy to drive as a modern car. Options include a heater and a radio, which are rather unusual for the period. The trunk is also remarkably spacious, making this little Chevy a fantastic tour candidate for your family.
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    Power comes from Chevy’s reliable and torquey “Stovebolt” six, which in 1936 made a very respectable 79 horsepower. Nicely finished with a restorer’s eye for detail, the engine bay looks great with nothing standing out as terribly inauthentic, which is perfect for a car that’s going to get driven. The original carburetor and oil bath air cleaner feed it, and cast iron manifolds feed a single exhaust that sounds right. The top-of-the-line Master series featured optional “Knee-Action” independent front suspension, which is found on this car and vastly improves ride and handling, and hydraulic brakes were available for the first time, making this car feel quite modern on the road. With rather tall gears out back, this Chevy is comfortable cruising at 55 MPH, and thanks to correct 5.25/5.50-17 whitewall tires, it looks very authentic doing it.
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    Representing an amazing value, this wonderful Chevy sedan is an outstanding choice for the entry-level hobbyist who wants to experience life from his grandparents’ perspective. Call today!

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  • In the early ‘90s, Japanese automakers pulled out all the stops and...

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    In the early ‘90s, Japanese automakers pulled out all the stops and built some of the most impressive sports cars of the period. Near the top of the list was the Nissan 300ZX, whose shark-like looks, impressive handling, and user-friendly nature make it a great choice for affordable fun today. This 1993 convertible with just two owners from new is a fine example in original condition, so it’s ready for top-down fun this summer.
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    The 300ZX looks even better as a convertible than as a hatchback, and the rock-solid platform doesn’t seem to mind being topless one bit. Pearl White paint makes the sporty ragtop look like a million bucks, emphasizing the long, low shape and with just 43,726 original miles, this one is remarkably well preserved. Nissan’s paint quality was quite good and it’s held up well over the past two decades, showing the care of people who understand that cars like this Z are worthy of respect. Even the chin spoiler and rockers are in good shape without excessive road rash or damage from steep driveway aprons. The headlights, which are one of the Z’s most distinctive features, remain clear and bright, and the flush-fitting tonneau cover gives it a sleek profile when the top’s down.
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    There’s little doubt that this car was built by and for drivers when you climb inside. The black leather buckets are firm and grippy, holding you in place during spirited driving but remaining comfortable for long-distance hauls, too. The dash is low, giving excellent sight lines and in typical Japanese fashion, all the controls are at your fingertips on short stalks or pods that line the outer edges of the instrument panel. Entertainment and HVAC sweep down the center stack and end in the shiny shifter for the 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. As Nissan’s flagship, everything was standard in the Z, particularly the convertible, including A/C, power windows and locks, and a great-sounding AM/FM/cassette stereo system. The leather’s in excellent shape, with only the driver’s seat showing any notable wear, the carpets are extremely nice. A black canvas top has an impressive fit with great weather seals that make this convertible close up like a coupe. The trunk’s not huge, but it’s nicely finished and hardly used.
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    The naturally-aspirated 3.0-liter DOHC V6 was the mid-level engine in the 300ZX, and the only one available in the convertible. With 222 horsepower on tap, performance is energetic, even today, and it makes a wonderful guttural growl at full throttle. These engines proved to be virtually indestructible in the real world, and while they respond well to modifications, this one is completely stock. It starts quickly and easily, just as you’d expect from Nissan, idles perfectly, and actually pulls down decent fuel economy as long as you’re not stomping on the loud pedal all the time. Handling is agile, but they gave the convertible a softer edge, so it’s more of a grand touring machine, albeit with powerful brakes with bright red multi-piston calipers. Slick 17-inch Enkei wheels update the look a bit and wear 225/50/17 Goodyear Eagle RS-A radials.
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    A fast, fun, reliable convertible that you don’t see very often and still ready to be your daily driver. Call today!

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  • Most folks just think of the Cougar as Mercury’s version of the Mustang,...

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    Most folks just think of the Cougar as Mercury’s version of the Mustang, but the truth is that they’re very different cars with very different missions. With a unique body and interior, the Cougar is instantly recognizable, and nice ones, like this 1967 coupe, are an absolute pleasure to own and drive, especially with a stroker motor and a 5-speed gearbox.
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    Originally painted Dark Green Metallic, this big cat now sports a bright red finish that’s a lot more aggressive than the original hue, but perhaps more in tune with the performance side of the big cat’s current configuration. Refinished several years ago, the paint remains in good condition, and you can see the time someone spent getting those body curves just right. The color was cribbed from a Chevy Silverado pickup, but nobody can argue that it isn’t just as handsome on the Cougar. A professional cut and buff would probably transform this from a merely nice car to one that makes people stop and stare. The chrome is similarly nice and may be original, and the stainless rocker moldings and window surrounds are still bright and shiny. The Cougar offered unique lighting, with folding headlights up front and sequential turn signals out back, and they still turns heads today.
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    Interior design in the Cougar was clearly inspired by aircraft, and it has a very cool ‘60s vibe that makes you think of Steve McQueen and Sean Connery movies when you’re at the wheel. The front buckets have been recovered, and the vinyl is a close match to the original. The vast woodgrained dashboard features round gauges with delicate markings and needles, reminiscent of the Smiths gauges found in British sports cars and the Shelby Cobra. Especially cool are the toggle switches for interior lighting and the very aircraft-like levers for the factory A/C and ventilation controls to the driver’s left. An AM/FM/cassette stereo has been fitted in the original location, and there was no cutting, so it looks like it belongs and can be returned to original without worries. The surprisingly roomy trunk features a new mat and spare tire cover.
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    Lift the Cougar’s unique hood and you’ll find what looks like the original 302 cubic inch V8, but now packs 347 cubes thanks to a stroker kit. It’s actually a full roller block from a ’95 Mustang, and uses forged pistons and a Demon to make horsepower. The chrome air cleaner looks like it was lifted from a Hi-Po Mustang, but otherwise, the view is dominated by the A/C compressor which uses highly efficient R134a refrigerant. The transmission is a Tremec 5-speed manual and out back there’s a sturdy 9-inch rear that has been filled with 4.10 gears on a Track-Lok limited slip, but with the overdrive transmission it cruises beautifully. The Flowmaster exhaust system sounds healthy and the gas tank appears to be a recently installed item. Beautiful 14-inch Magnum 500 wheels wear perfectly-sized 205/60/14 front and 245/60/14 rear BFG radials.
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    All the performance of the Mustang, but in a more mature, luxury-oriented package, with a thundering engine and manual gearbox, all for less money than a comparable Ford—sounds good, doesn’t it? Call today!

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  • GTX, 440 6-pack,, Auto Trans, white interior,, bucket seats.. A/C..

    GTX, 440 6-pack,, Auto Trans, white interior,, bucket seats.. A/C..

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  • Street Rod short bed. Custom built console with Escalade Bucket Seats...

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    Street Rod short bed. Custom built console with Escalade Bucket Seats with leather headliner, cab back and seats. New Carpet with dynamite heat shield and sound proofing on floor. 350 motor with aluminum intake and Edelrock carburetor. Vintage air. Oak wood bedliner.

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  • The Chrysler Airflow made its introduction in 1934 with much fanfare,...

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    The Chrysler Airflow made its introduction in 1934 with much fanfare, pioneering the “Form Follow’s Function” campaign, with its wind tunnel tuned design. The vehicle, engineered by veteran designer Carl Breer and featured a smooth innovative design and was built on a “truss bridge” chassis allowing both front and rear seats to fit entirely within the wheelbase allowing for a very roomy and comfortable passenger compartment.

    The 1937 Chrysler Airflow Sedan offered here is a handsome example that features and older restoration preserving original characteristics of the vehicle. It is presented in Green over and elegant light tan cloth interior. The car features the proven 323.5-cid straight-eight C17 series engine and a three speed with overdrive transmission. The overall structure of this Airflow is quite impressive with much originality in the trim, chrome, interior knobs and levers. The recessed headlights, fender skirts and running boards give the car its unique and streemlined look that it became famous for in the early 30’s. Mechanically, this is a reliable and excellent driving vehicle that can be driven on many situations.

    Chryslers Airflow was a cutting-edge design and revolutionary creation that set a new standard for all to follow. With production hampered by the Great Depression, the Airflows are not plentiful vehicles, and quality examples such as this are in demand. This example with its fender skirts and wide white wall tires is sure to draw attention in any situation. Call or email for today

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

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  • It has been sitting for a very long time and I know I will never be able...

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    It has been sitting for a very long time and I know I will never be able to get it back on the road.
    I have the original engine.
    Any Mopar heroes out there that want a beast?

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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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  • We are pleased to present this 1999 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for purchase....

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    We are pleased to present this 1999 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for purchase. The Z28 Camaro’s have for a long time been known for their performance and excitement that is delivered to the driver. This Z28 has been professionally modified to jump on the track yet it is still comfortable enough to drive around town. It’s a great low mileage car that has been completed the right way. This car sits in excellent condition and the condition reflects the low mileage.

    This car has many great upgrades and modifications that include: Hotchkis sway bars, Bilstein front & rear shocks, polyurethane bushings, adjustable watts link system, Torsen t2r differential, lightweight clutch & flywheel, LS6 intake, Stainless Works headers, Dynomax dual bullet mufflers, Corvette front brake calipers, C5 deep dish wheels, Camaro SS wheels, and Camaro Z28 wheels. There are extra parts available to be included in the sale. This car has been tuned by Baker Engineering. It runs and drives great and is a lot of fun. 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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  • The beginning of a movement often happens with something special to...

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    The beginning of a movement often happens with something special to spark the start. The VW Bus/Camper was what every flower child needed to take to the open roads, concerts and parks. These buses were capable of holding many people and their gear as well as provide living quarters without much effort as well as some basics such as electricity hookup, fridge and sink with running water.

    This specific camper is in fantastic condition both inside and out as well as mechanically. Coming from only two previous owners and cared for extremely well. Car retains its originality with very few modern upgrades and most importantly a full engine rebuild done less than 3,000 miles ago with new heat exchangers.

    The bus is believed to be original miles and has a brand new set of tires mounted onto reconditioned wheels. Car retains its factory setup with; front bucket seats, rear bench seat and jump seat with seatbelts, full cabinets with closet and storage, ice cooler, sink with running water, electric hookup, curtains, fold out picnic table and fold out serving table, full size spare tire, and the cool crank out windows. Car also comes with VW service book/manual, original tool kit, and newer battery. Many of the rubber seals have been replaced recently as well.

    This bus runs and drives very nicely and has plenty of power even when loaded up with gear and people. It remains rust free and was repainted once to a high quality standard. These campers provide a great adventure for any outing or expedition and one that will retain its current value as well as climb with the market. Rust free, well sorted ones such as this are becoming very difficult to locate and purchase for a fair values.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit: http://grautogallery.com/vehicle-details.php?id=552

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  • Oversize Ford Motorsport Blower and nitrous. Ran high 12's in 1/4 mile

    Oversize Ford Motorsport Blower and nitrous. Ran high 12's in 1/4 mile

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  • Ford Motorsport Blower with Nitrous Ran low 13's 1/4 mile

    Ford Motorsport Blower with Nitrous Ran low 13's 1/4 mile

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  • There are many who believe that the 1937 Buicks were the best-looking...

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    There are many who believe that the 1937 Buicks were the best-looking cars of the late-30s. Sleek yet imposing, this incredible resto-mod embodies all that is great about Buicks, yesterday and today: big power, fantastic luxury, and impeccable style.
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    This Century’s sheetmetal is as it was in 1937, which only goes to show you that the original designers’ vision is pretty hard to beat. From the fine grille to the flowing fenders to the nicely integrated trunk, this car looks right from any angle. Dressed in black, it certainly looks the part of a luxurious super sedan and the shiny finish on this car doesn’t disappoint. It was built to make cruising effortless while retaining all that is great about the late-30s styling, and even the sidemount tires were retained, a feature that is often eliminated or simply looks wrong on a resto-mod like this. Fortunately, the Century’s proportions are exactly right and they didn’t try to stuff wide modern radials into the fender wells. The paint shows quite well and there are only a few signs of being driven, and all the chrome was refinished when the car was built. Take a moment to enjoy the beautifully sculpted bumpers, the nicely integrated hood vents, and the simple strip of stainless that highlights the car’s profile. There’s not a single line out of place and no excessive trim.
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    The interior is simply spectacular. Lifted almost completely intact from a late-model Cadillac, it shows a craftsman’s touch and an eye for detail that’s entirely appropriate in a big luxurious Buick. All the seating surfaces are leather, with buckets up front flanking an OEM center console. A power driver’s seat and a tilt column mean it’s all-day comfortable, and with options like power windows and locks (even the vent windows are power!), A/C, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system, this is a car that will carry you and your family cross-country in style and comfort. The original dash has been woodgrained like it was back in 1937, although there are now modern VDO instruments in a custom aluminum panel. A custom lower dash panel houses the A/C controls, while the modified Cadillac center console carries the Pioneer stereo system. Fresh carpets and custom door panels were installed when the car was built, and the fully upholstered trunk is big enough for all your gear on a long trip. This really is a no-compromises car.
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    It’s always refreshing to see a rod that’s NOT powered by a small block Chevy, and this one remains 100% Buick thanks to a 455 cubic inch big block V8. The Century’s reputation for performance started in 1936, and this one maintains that reputation with aplomb. A 4-barrel carburetor lives under that custom housing and there’s a bunch of shiny aluminum dress-up to make it worthwhile to open the hood. The engineering involved means it runs cool, idles smoothly, and all the accessories are easy to reach for service. The modern A/C uses R134a refrigerant for reliability and a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission gives it long legs on the highway. A modern front clip gives it an independent suspension, power disc brakes, and power steering, while out back there are modern tube shocks and leaf springs. Flashy chrome wire wheels look right on the old iron and carry 215/75/15 front and 235/70/15 rear Michelin radials.
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    Exceptionally well built and very tasteful, this big Century sets the bar high and clears it easily. If you have a family, few rods will carry them better than this ‘37. Call today!

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  • In a world filled with Mustangs, this stunning 1967 convertible stands...

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    In a world filled with Mustangs, this stunning 1967 convertible stands out by being subtle rather than flashy. It was treated to a fresh build that includes stunning paint, a few small body mods, and a thumping small block V8 backed by a 4-speed. Yeah, this one’s as slick as it looks.
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    This anthracite attack craft started out like any Mustang and has lived a long, happy life down south. All the trim and badges were shaved and the holes welded up, then the whole body got a metal glaze finish that was sanded and smoothed until you could see yourself in the quarter panels. Two-stage urethane paint from Glasurit gives it that forever shine and lots of careful assembly means it fits together beautifully. A cowl-induction hood was added and looks quite slick on the early Mustang, and you’ll note things like the flush-mounted taillights and body-colored moldings give this car a unique look that’s extremely appealing. Chrome bumpers went on and glitter against the medium gray paint and the famous Mustang running horse emblem was stuffed back into the grille, just in case anyone mistakes it for something else.
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    The interior is pure Mustang with very few deviations from stock. Black seat covers are double-stitched pieces from TMI, and the freshening also includes new carpets and a brightly finished deluxe interior dash that looks great against the dark gray bodywork. Mustang logo floor mats protect the floors and it looks pretty industrial with a Hurst cue ball atop the shifter but no console. The Grant walnut-rimmed steering wheel is a bit fatter than a stock one but looks right in a car built in 1967, and the original instruments are still doing their thing, and there’s a tach with shift light for running hard. The original radio is gone, replaced by a Panasonic AM/FM/CD stereo head unit and it sounds great. The black convertible top stows easily and the trunk is finished in black carpets with a matching cover for the spare tire.
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    Open that cowl induction hood and you’re treated to a built 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 that was built for power but remains docile enough to drive every day. With an .030 overbore, TRW forged aluminum pistons, and a Comp Cams camshaft inside and Edelbrock aluminum heads and intake outside, this is one ferocious small block. Edelbrock also supplied the 650 CMF carb and with Crane roller rockers and hardened pushrods, it loves to rev, so you’ll make good use of the 4-speed gearbox on the street. It’s neatly dressed in black with beautiful aluminum valve covers painted to match the body and long-tube headers give it just the right voice to match its looks. The 8-inch rear end hangs on Shelby-style traction bars and is filled with 3.55 gears, so this car snaps through traffic yet cruises easily at highway speeds. Heavy-duty shocks and fresh 17-inch performance radials were fitted to a set of late-model Mustang Mach 1 alloys for the perfect finishing touch.
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    This Mustang is reliable, fun, and happily trundles around town using regular gas and looks like a million bucks. Fortunately, the price is quite a bit less than that, so if you want to stand out, perhaps subtle is the way to go. Call now!

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  • If you're in a hurry to simply check off boxes, you've got the right...

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    If you're in a hurry to simply check off boxes, you've got the right car. Snarling V8. Stick shift. Great color. Air conditioning. Disc brakes. Throaty exhaust. Buckets and console. Bitchin' wheels. A sweet paint job, with stripes. Sure, you could stop reading now, but we might as well give you the full tour.
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    If you're looking for date codes, you've got the wrong car. This Camaro represents the greatest hits list of 1969 along with some extra cool hardware thrown in for good measure. Now, if you're going to do a tribute, you have to start with all of the proper SS and RS trim bits. At both ends you'll find new chrome, a hideaway headlight grille in the front and RS taillights with valance-mounted reverse lights out back. The standard hood was tossed in favor of a new cowl-induction piece, and this one is as clean as it is mean thanks to the “hockey stick” SS stripes running down the sides. Why more people don't install this is a total mystery—aesthetically they're miles ahead of the played-out hood stripes. RS trim also lands in the form of rocker moldings and quarter panel strakes. The very cool decklid spoiler is the last thing most of your drag race victims will remember!
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    Open the driver's door and slide into the comfortable bucket seat. Grab onto the sport steering wheel with your left hand while your right instinctively finds the big Hurst shifter poking through the console. It's a natural combination, and it looks dynamite. Chevy refers to the upholstery as “standard,” but there's nothing low buck about fully padded door panels, bucket seats, and dash pad. The stock gauges are just below the horizon while a trio of Sunpros hang out in a classic chrome holder just forward of the shifter. A Classic Autosound AM/FM/cassette head unit belts out tunes while the stock control levers activate the modern heat and A/C system. There's nothing missing here from the clean headliner to the pedal dress up kit. You'll want to spend a bunch of miles in here. And man, that’s one clean trunk!
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    Under the hood is the staple of hot rodding—a small block V8 displacing 350 cubic inches. If you're going for power and reliability, it's tough to beat the combination you'll find here. A chrome air cleaner hides a dual-feed Holley carb sitting atop an Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold. An HEI distributor generates the sparks while ceramic-coated long tube headers carry away spent gasses. A mild cam hides deep in the V while chrome valve covers and pulleys add extra shine. A painted firewall hosts a brand new brake booster and master cylinder combo while the left side of the motor clings tightly to the A/C compressor and power steering pump. Drop down low and look underneath to find fully prepped floor pans and a detailed suspension. New fuel and brake lines, a new fuel tank, new disc brakes at all four corners and a new dual exhaust system with Dynomax Ultra Flo welded mufflers are definitely highlights, while the 12-bolt out back and gorgeous 18-inch Boss 338 wheels put the whole package over the top.
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    Meant to cruise, and meant to look good while doing it, this Camaro is chock full of great features. If you didn't call at the end of the first paragraph, what are you waiting for now?

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  • Lots of automakers send their outgoing models off with a bang. In...

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    Lots of automakers send their outgoing models off with a bang. In Camaro's case, it was an awesome, bright red, 325 horsepower finale to its fourth-generation car. Any 2002 Camaro SS is a formidable weapon that can hold its own against many new cars, but the 35th Anniversary package added all of the visual cues and limited production numbers to make up a solid collector's package. This gorgeous SS, with fewer than 15,000 original miles, is a prime example of a car that can only go up in value as the years roll by.
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    Outside, you can see that this wasn't just a low mileage car, but a very well kept low-mileage car. There are no modifications to the exterior, but what's needed? You've got bright red paint, totally cool twisted flag stripes, a fresh air hood, a kicked-up spoiler and one of the meanest stances money could buy. A subtle nod to the late 70's Camaros can be seen in the blacked-out area in the hood scoop. As far as condition, you can see in the pictures just how glossy the original paint is and thanks to extensive use of glass fiber reenforced plastic (FRP) panels, the only real parts of the body you even could dent were the quarter panels! The black convertible top is in excellent condition, and it operates as it should. Lights and lenses are all clear and bright. One thing's for certain: You're not going to sneak around unnoticed in this car!
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    Inside, wear surfaces like the seats and door panels look just as you'd expect for a 14,000 mile car. The 35th Anniversary seats use standard black leather for the surrounds and Pewter leather for the inserts. Of course, you can't miss the embroidery work, nor the dash plaque telling you you're in something special. Full instrumentation is up front while a 500 watt Monsoon stereo with an in-dash CD player and steering wheel radio controls delights your ears for when you're cruising. Power everything from the windows to the mirrors to the driver's seat allows you to find your comfort zone. And again, check the odometer—this is an 11 year old car with 14,900 miles!
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    Its mechanical package is standard SS fare, but that's nothing to sneeze at. There's a thoroughly modern, all-aluminum LS1 under the hood. 325 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque doesn't sound like much compared to the new Camaro, but it's hauling around over 600 fewer pounds and there are many of these cars running high 12's right out of the box. New for 2001 were the Corvette LS6 intake manifold and cam, and those changes really woke up the motor. A healthy growl emanates from the low restriction dual exhausts while there's an audible rush of air into the cold air induction hood. Of course, the SS came with nearly every power feature from massive disc brakes at all four corners to power steering with a fluid cooler. Big 17x9 wheels are at all four corners, finished in 35th-specific machined faces and black trim, and wear original-spec Goodyear radials.
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    Built with a nod to history, the 2002 Camaro represented 35 straight years' worth of production for Chevy's pony car. One of only 789 automatic-equipped 35th anniversary convertibles made, this is a great car with massive upside potential in the future. Call today!

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  • This shiny red 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle has a neat trick under its hood....

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    This shiny red 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle has a neat trick under its hood. You’ll note it wears ‘396’ badges, and they’re not an exaggeration, as you’ll find a 400 cubic inch small block V8 under the hood. As a result, this Chevelle packs big block performance in a package with a lightweight engine over the front end, making it one entertaining ride.
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    Don’t worry, though, this car has no intention of being a sleeper, because the red paint is bright enough to use as a signal beacon for landing airliners. It was restored a few years ago and still shows very well with a good shine and factory-style white stripes wrapping around the nose and running along the rocker panels. A factory steel hood with a pair of power bulges gives it a hi-po look and the ’68 Chevelle is one of the better-looking designs of the muscle car era. The paint is modern urethane that shines up quite nicely and will look great for years. This isn’t a real SS, of course, but it does wear reproduction ‘SS 396’ badges on the grille and tail panel, and the chrome bumpers really are nice looking.
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    You already know what you’ll find inside: one of the best-looking interiors of the period. Black buckets, a center console, and a handsome 3-spoke steering wheel are all suitably sporty for the Chevelle’s performance-oriented mission. Auxiliary gauges under the dash keep an eye on temperature, oil pressure, and voltage, since the factory instruments include only the basics of speed and fuel level. The carpets look great, the door panels are in nice shape and come with SS 396 badges, and even the dash pad is in good order. A Jensen AM/FM/cassette stereo was neatly installed in the original AM radio’s location and actually looks like it belongs there and you know that we love the horseshoe shifter. The trunk is properly decorated with a reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire on a steel wheel, which seems right.
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    So about those 396 badges. Experts will recall that the 396 eventually became the 402 in the early ‘70s, so the small block 400 cubic inch V8 under the hood certainly seems eligible to wear the badges, too. Personally, I prefer the agility of a small block car and with big block cubic inches inside, it makes substantial power that makes those badges seem legit. One glance under the hood you realize that the bulk of the money was spent under the hood, and it’s quite fresh having only about 2000 miles since the rebuild. Upgrades include an Edelbrock intake and a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, aluminized long-tube headers, so it definitely brings the thunder, and a few chrome dress-up bits make it look good, too. It’s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic and a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end with a Posi inside, and the rumbling dual exhaust system is new. Color-matched SS wheels from a later model look surprisingly right on the ’68 body style and they wear 205/70/14 white-letter radials.
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    So this Chevelle offers a clever twist on the old favorite, all at a bargain price. Bright red never goes out of style and thanks to the big cubic inch small block, it has the moves to surprise a lot of other cars on the road. Call today!

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