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  • The great thing about the 1957 Chevy being one of the most popular cars...

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    The great thing about the 1957 Chevy being one of the most popular cars of all time is that thereпїЅs a vast aftermarket that allows you to build exactly the пїЅ57 Chevy of your dreams. This gorgeous Bel Air hardtop is just the kind of car that can be shown with pride thanks to its ultra-clean build and traditional look. If you enjoy driving your collector cars, you need to drive this Bel Air.

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    Thanks to great attention to detail and some careful craftsmanship, itпїЅs an incredibly straight, clean hardtop that totally nails the traditional, OEM look that so many people admire. With a handsome Matador Red finish atop some straight bodywork, it would be easy to mistake this one for a trailer queen at first glance. Sure, itпїЅs been driven and enjoyed, but that does nothing to diminish the wow factor this one carries everywhere it goes. All the delightful пїЅ57 Chevy details are in place, too, including the gold anodized front grille and stylized пїЅVпїЅ that indicates eight cylinders under the hood, the polished stainless trim along the flanks and which surrounds the anodized panels in back. Chrome like this doesnпїЅt come cheap, either, and thereпїЅs no evidence that any corners were cut anywhere on this car.

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    Original materials and patterns were used for the interior as well, duplicating the пїЅ50s with a few thoughtful upgrades that make it a pleasure to drive. The seats are finished in unusual black fabric with vinyl trim, and it fits so well that it was surely done by professionals not in someoneпїЅs garage. Black carpets with custom rubber floor mats continue the theme down low, while the beautifully restored dashboard is full of what appear to be the original gauges that are in great shape. The steering wheel is much too nice to be original, especially given this carпїЅs life down south, but the restoration work is quite well done and youпїЅd never know by looking at it. Bright trim spans the dash, enclosing the original AM radio, and youпїЅll note that seat belts have been added for safety. Better yet, the wiring is brand new, so youпїЅll have no worries in that regard. Nice!

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    A fully dressed 283 cubic inch small block delivers the power and has been upgraded to a 4-barrel carburetor with a chrome open-element air cleaner up top. New ignition system components mean itпїЅs ready to cruise with a great-sounding cackle from the new dual exhaust system that ends in polished tips just below the rear bumper. The 2-speed PowerGlide was recently rebuilt and feeds the original rear end, which still shows its original red oxide primer finish. Underneath, the floors are finished with undercoating to control noise and heat, along with a satin black frame, and a brand new gas tank hanging out back. Those subtle but familiar-looking wheels are simply Rallys without the trim rings, with spinners that look right on a 1950s car and a set of 225/75/15 blackwall radials.

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    Sleek, clean, and surprisingly stock, this wonderful Bel Air proves that a job well done is its own reward. Call today!

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  • Designed as a halo vehicle for the entire Buick lineup, the Reatta was a...

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    Designed as a halo vehicle for the entire Buick lineup, the Reatta was a mixed success for General Motors. With a powerful and reliable powertrain borrowed from the Riviera, an agile all-independent suspension, and a short, sporty 2-seat body full of every luxury option Buick could come up with, it really is a terrific driverпїЅs car.

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    This 1989 Reatta coupe is a great example of the breed, and with a thriving enthusiast community, itпїЅs a great, inexpensive way to get into the hobby. Workmanship on these cars was actually quite good, and even today, more than 20 years later, it shows well. The paint was far better than the typical GM stuff of the period, and still has a nice shine and few signs of age. Sure, itпїЅs been driven and enjoyed, but this has also been a special car from day one, so you know itпїЅs been washed, waxed, and protected all its life. The styling was a mixed bag, but the design has aged gracefully and today it attracts attention on the street from curious onlookers who either donпїЅt remember the Reatta experiment or are too young to have seen it first-hand. Either way, people seem to really dig the bright red 2-seater with its folding headlights and radical wrap-around glass. When asked, most folks will guess a value several times the asking price, a tribute to the carпїЅs styling and presence.

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    The two-seater owed a lot to the upscale and luxurious Riviera, with comfortable power bucket seats, a full console, and a comprehensive list of comfort and convenience features. Just about everything was standard on a Reatta, including A/C, power windows and locks, and a powerful stereo, all of it managed by a compact touch screen in the center of the dash. Digital gauges were all the rage back then, and with the entire dashboard lit up, the interior looks like the flight deck of a futuristic aircraft instead of an пїЅ80s luxury sport coupe. The gray leather seats show very little wear and remain supportive, while the carpets, including those in the package shelf behind the seats, is in great shape. In the same way, the trunk is spotless, with all the original pads and mats in place, as well as a space-saver spare and the original jack assembly.

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    One of BuickпїЅs most durable and well-developed engines, the 3.8 is torquey, efficient, and reliable, with little more than regular oil changes required for several hundred thousand miles of driving. The engine in this Reatta is untouched and unmodified, so it starts instantly, idles easily, and drives as it should, with a sporty growl from the exhaust. On the road, the brakes are firm and stop the car as they should and the 4-speed automatic transmission shifts properly. Wheels are the original alloys in virtually unmarked condition and it wears 215/65/15 General radials.

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    A neat footnote in GM history and still a fun car to drive, this Reatta provides entry into a great club and with full service records, is still a reliable driver. Call today!

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  • Combat-ready, this 1970 Camaro is an excellent blend of performance,...

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    Combat-ready, this 1970 Camaro is an excellent blend of performance, good looks, and price. Clearly the money was spent in the right places, because it’s blisteringly fast and completely bulletproof, and the low-profile paint job helps keep it on the good side of the law.
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    The second-generation Camaro has long been a favorite of guys who like to go fast and look good doing it. The dramatic F-body looks good no matter what you do to it, but it’s especially pleasing when just permitted to be itself. Without even so much as a rear spoiler (although one is included and it’s already been painted to match), the sleek lines look awesome on this car. Sheetmetal is clean with good gaps, but the focus wasn’t entirely on cosmetics, and it’s even possible that the subtle Jade Green paint was selected for its calming qualities. A lot of guys will roll up on this Camaro without a second thought, then get stomped into the ground by its race-proven drivetrain, and the look is definitely part of the plan. The center-mounted grille flanked by slender bumperettes is a favorite look, and it’s almost a certainty that the round taillights were inspired by its big brother, the Corvette.
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    We’re fairly certain that’s the original green interior, and not only is it an unusual color, but it remains in great condition, particularly now that it’s more than 40 years old. It’ll be like coming home for most Camaro fans, with familiar buckets up front and a split rear bench, and the wrap-around instrument panel was an impressive addition for 1970. The basic factory gauges remain in the dash, but given this car’s hardware investment, they wisely installed a set of auxiliary gauges in the center console and a tach on the side of the instrument cluster. A horseshoe shifter looks as good here as it ever did on any other GM product, and the steering wheel is a neat leather-wrapped unit that feels great in your hands. Entertainment comes from both the pedal under your right foot and an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo in the dash with a powerful subwoofer mounted in the trunk.
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    This car’s best features are underneath, where there’s a built ZZ1 350 with 4-bolt mains, a forged crank, and GM “pink” rods. Fresh pistons, aluminum heads from an L98 Corvette, and a full roller valve train ensure reliability and performance. Everything about this motor is race-grade, from the windage tray to the Holley Street Avenger carburetor up top. Long-tube FlowTech headers dump into a dual exhaust system that rumbles enough to let folks know this isn’t some stock Camaro. A built TH350 3-speed automatic has been fortified with a custom shift kit, upgraded bands, and a 3200 RPM stall converter. Out back, there’s a brand new 10-bolt rear with 3.73s spinning on an Auburn limited slip, so you know you’ll never break this one. The suspension is stock save for the traction bars and some polyurethane bushings, which you’ll appreciate with 410 horsepower on tap. Polished aluminum Cragar wheels are a track-ready look, and wear 205/75/15 front and 275/60/15 rear tires.
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    Subtle and seriously fast, this street/strip Camaro delivers in all the areas that really matter to a true performance fan. Call today!

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  • Hard to top the style of a bubbletop Impala in Tuxedo Black over red....

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    Hard to top the style of a bubbletop Impala in Tuxedo Black over red. With a restoration that's simply jaw-dropping and those tall 18-inch wheels, this 1961 Chevy is a rock star everywhere it goes. A tasteful resto-mod, if style is your primary ambition, few cars can match this one.
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    You know the deal with black paint, and I can assure you that the guys who finished the dramatic bodywork on this Imp knew it too. Every curve is smooth and unbroken, the flat panels are exceedingly flat, and every edge and corner is crisp and sharp, so someone took their time getting this one right. I'm sure there's another substantial chunk of time tied up in hanging all the sheetmetal, because gaps are excellent everywhere you look. And then there's the paint-wow! Two-stage urethane looks so deep that you could fall in and drown, and as a backdrop for the brilliant trim it's absolutely ideal. More color sanding and then some buffing brings out a radiant shine that shows no distortions or signs of orange peel. Things like the virtually unobtainable front and rear windshields are in great shape, the trim was either re-chromed or polished, and nobody will ever mistake this Impala for anything else on the road thanks to the iconic triple taillights out back.
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    Even better than all that inky black paint is the dazzling bright red interior, which is also this car's original selection. Spectacularly restored using period fabrics and patterns, it's both sporty and upscale. Pure 1960s cool covers every surface, from the bright trim on the edges of the seat to the two-tone steering wheel to the beautifully restored instrument panel. All the original gauges have been rebuilt, and while the column-mounted shifter still suggests a PowerGlide lives underneath, it's actually a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive. Neatly integrated A/C provides climate control under all circumstances, and those twin gauges underneath the dash manage the Air Ride suspension system. The original AM radio is still in the dash, so despite all the upgrades someone still wanted to keep it traditional-or maybe the drive was entertaining enough all by itself. The trunk is spotless and rust-free, carrying nothing more than the compressor and polished air tank for the suspension system.
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    Don't worry, there's still a small block Chevy V8 under the hood, beautifully dressed with lots of shiny bits. Upgrades include a dual reservoir power master cylinder, a chrome alternator, and the A/C system, of course. Then there's the Holley 4-barrel carburetor atop the 350 cubic inch engine and the dual exhaust system that has a wonderful mellow sound and outlets just ahead of the rear wheels. You'll be delighted to see how clean the floors are, and with 4-wheel disc brakes, this cool bubbletop stops as well as it goes. The suspension is fully rebuilt, all the plumbing is new (including a new gas tank), and it goes down the road like a new car. Perhaps its most striking feature are those mammoth wheels, 18s up front and 20s in back wearing low-profile General rubber.
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    With more than 40 show trophies behind it, this stunning Impala delivers in every way: looks, performance, and style. Call today!

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  • This is the way to build them if your goal is pure speed: Take one light...

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    This is the way to build them if your goal is pure speed: Take one light but strong 1968 Dodge Dart 2-door post coupe, and add a muscular small block under the hood and a sinister black paint job. The result is a factory-looking bad boy with an awesome power-to-weight ratio and enough street presence to intimidate anything this side of a Hemi.

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    In basic black, this Dart has the look of the industrial-strength Mopars of the early пїЅ60s, you know, those showroom-fresh racers with 13:1 compression and 4.56 gears that you could buy directly from the factory. They werenпїЅt big on looks, but nothing could touch them on the street and their austere bodywork served as a warning. One look at the simple, straight bodywork and youпїЅll know that someone invested the time to get this one right, and the black is low-key enough to avoid a lot of attention from the local constabulary. Of course, they added that massive hood scoop, which is a signal all by itself, as well as the red bumblebee stripes out back, all of which add up to a very correct high-performance attitude. All the proper badges and emblems were reinstalled, along with a set of hood pins to add some flavor.

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    Inside, this simple Dart gets an upscale bucket seat interior, complete with fresh seat covers in the original style and material. New carpets were fitted at the same time and help to integrate the Hurst shifter on the transmission tunnel. The DartпїЅs dash wasnпїЅt big on information, but the original instruments are all functional, augmented by a column-mounted tach and auxiliary gauges under the dash. A new JVC AM/FM/CD stereo slides right into the center of the dash and feeds new speakers in the doors and rear package shelf, with great sounds as long as the engine isnпїЅt running hard. A fat wood-rimmed steering wheel with chrome spokes looks like it was lifted directly from the pages of Hot Rod magazine circa 1969, and gives you something substantial to hold on to when you crack the throttle.

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    Sure, you can put a big block in a Dart, but why would you wreck the carпїЅs awesome weight distribution and agile handling? The 360 cubic inch small block under the hood makes for a shocking power-to-weight ratio on the street and is such a neat fit that youпїЅd think the factory built it that way. Finned valve covers, Hemi Orange paint on the block, and ceramic-coated long-tube headers give it a performance look, while things like a Holley double-pumper atop a high-rise intake build horsepower. Forget power steering and brakes, they arenпїЅt needed in this lightweight, although the TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic and 8.75-inch rear end appear to be built for combat. The floors are spotless, framing a new dual exhaust system, and it just sits perfectly on those factory Rallyes. Staggered BFGs, measuring 195/65/15 up front and 235/60/15 out back, give it a high-performance look.

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    For fun on the street, itпїЅs hard to beat a lightweight piece like this Dart. ItпїЅs just more proof that not all fast cars need a Hemi under the hood. Call today!

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  • No other automaker quite mastered MercuryпїЅs blend of sophistication...

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    No other automaker quite mastered MercuryпїЅs blend of sophistication and hard-boiled performance, a combination exemplified in this 1969 Cougar XR7 convertible. But this is no garden-variety Cougar, for under the skin thereпїЅs the heart of a modern muscle car, complete with fuel injection, A/C, and a suspension thatпїЅll surprise a lot of newer iron.

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    The Cougar and Mustang diverged, with the Cougar growing a bit to compete with the GM A-bodies, most notably the Buick Skylark GS. The Mercury DNA is easy to spot, from the electric razor front grille to the sequential taillights, and this one looks fantastic cloaked in an off-white paint job that lets the clean sheetmetal do all the talking. With an aggressive hood scoop and rear wing, you donпїЅt need flashy colors to get noticed, all you have to do is make sure that itпїЅs expertly done. Check out the crease that runs from the headlights and slashes down through the doors to the rear fender opening; itпїЅs razor sharp and lines up just as it should passing from panel to panel. The chrome bumpers are in excellent condition as well, neatly fitted to the body so they blend in as part of the design rather than tacked-on safety measures. True to its name, the crouching stance makes this big cat look ready to pounce.

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    The subtle look continues inside where a tan bucket seat interior shows off all the luxury that Mercury was famous for. Power windows, A/C, and a powerful AM/FM/CD/satellite stereo are all on the options list, and upscale trim like the burled walnut dash all make this as much luxury cruiser as muscle car. New white-faced gauges from Classic Instruments have been nestled into the original openings in the dash, including a matching clock on the passengerпїЅs sideпїЅnice attention to detail! The seat covers and door panels appear to be recently installed, with carpets that remain in good condition. A newer black vinyl convertible top folds with a touch of a dash-mounted toggle switch, yet still leaves plenty of room in the spacious trunk.

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    This CougarпїЅs real prize lies under that scoop, however. Borrowing from the OEM parts bin, itпїЅs a 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 topped by a Ford 5.8 fuel injection system. This is a highly tunable and very tractable system, and it gives this vintage cat the feel of a modern car. It starts instantly, idles perfectly every time, and makes the kind of torque we used to need big blocks to make. The engine was given a coat of Ford Blue paint before it was slipped between the fenders, along with a set of finned aluminum valve covers just for effect. Power steering and brakes with more modern Mustang components made the swap easy, with the original radiator handling the cooling. ItпїЅs backed by a 3-speed automatic and stock rear end, and sits on a slightly lowered suspension. Late-model Mach 1 alloys have been fitted, and wear 245/45/17 radials that fit inside the wheel wells perfectly.

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    The ideal blend of vintage and modern, this Cougar proves it still has the moves. Call today!

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  • Wondering what a new 1955 Chevy might feel like today? This lovely 210...

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    Wondering what a new 1955 Chevy might feel like today? This lovely 210 hardtop was restored to a very high standard in 1998, and shockingly enough, wasnпїЅt stuffed full of small block V8. Instead, it offers a very genuine feel, complete with Blue Flame Six for motivation, and will be a pleasant surprise to the owner and show-goers as well.

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    The honest look of any old car that hasnпїЅt been modified or пїЅupgradedпїЅ is often refreshing in the sea of resto-mods. Go to any cruise night and youпїЅll see row after row of cars with chrome engines and fat alloy wheels, but not so many like this code 682 India Ivory over Cashmere Blue 210 hardtop. The sheetmetal is nice and straight, and you can count me among those who think the clean пїЅ55 is the best looking of the shoeboxes. The paint has a soft shine that looks more 1955 than 2005, so the entire car takes you back in time when you see it. Chrome and trim were expertly restored, so that means bright bumpers and grille, straight body side moldings, and nicely executed badges on the nose and deck.

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    The two-tone blue cloth interior also offers a low-key, honest look youпїЅll appreciate. The cloth material is cooler and more comfortable than vinyl, and while itпїЅs showing some age, there are no splits or tears, and the patterns are correct for 1955. Two-tone door panels were finished with correct bright trim and hardware, while the dash has been painted a slightly darker contrasting blue. New carpets and a fresh headliner continue the theme, and the dash is full of gauges that are elegant in their simplicity. Three-on-the-tree shifting was standard equipment with the Blue Flame Six, and as a value-priced yet sporty entry, the 210 definitely delivered the goods. Even the trunk is neatly finished with a correct rubber mat and color-matched spare wheel with a vintage bias-ply tire.

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    As revolutionary as the small block V8 was, a lot of Chevy buyers liked the economy and performance of the six. Today, you hardly ever see one restored to stock condition and like I said, itпїЅs very refreshing. Instead of traditional Chevy Orange like the V8s, this one wears the same light blue paint found on the early Corvette engines, and shows show-levels of detailing were done when the car was restored. Today it shows some signs of being driven over the past 15 years, but remains quite nice overall with correct equipment throughout. Reproduction hoses and clamps, a vintage oil filter canister, and a single exhaust system all add to its authentic look and feel. The chassis was restored, but not over-restored, and offers a recent muffler and a brand new gas tank against undercoated floors. Correct steel wheels with пїЅdog dishпїЅ hubcaps now wear 205/75/15 radials, the lone concession to technologyпїЅs progress.

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    Strange to think that a 1955 Chevy hardtop could be considered пїЅoutside the boxпїЅ but youпїЅll definitely enjoy this Blue Flame Six 210. Call today!

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  • If you think all the solid, clean Mustangs are gone, take another look...

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    If you think all the solid, clean Mustangs are gone, take another look at this lovely 1965 Mustang coupe. You can call it a survivor, with its original driveline fully intact, it is exactly the kind of car that is only now seeing a resurgence within the hobby. You can restore a car all you like, but they're only original once, and until you've driven a survivor, you just don't know what you're missing. They really do feel different.
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    The paint isn't original, but it is nicely done and accurately replicates the original Silver Blue Metallic finish. In addition, there are no signs of significant bodywork or repairs, which means is that someone really cared about this car and it was obviously never someone's daily driver. In the same vein, the chrome and trim has been very well preserved and only replaced as necessary over the car's lifetime. Bumpers are superb, and the rocker panel trim is clean and undamaged. Appropriate Mustang badges and logos are still affixed to the body as original, and the iconic 3-element taillight lenses are still clear and bright.
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    Inside you'll find a code 22 Dark Blue Crinkle bucket seat interior, much of which is original. The seats are in excellent condition and like the rest of the car, are probably too nice for their age, so they may be replacement seat covers. Carpets are new, and the headliner remains taut and stain-free. The original AM radio still works, and the door panels show you what 1965 OEM craftsmanship was like, which is why survivors are so special-the perfection we achieve with restored cars today doesn't really reflect the reality. Everything works, including all the gauges, making this a very friendly, easy-to-own Mustang.
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    This particular Mustang is still powered by its original code C 289 cubic inch V8, which was rated at 200 horsepower in 1965. With a 2-barrel carburetor and an automatic, this one wasn't built with the drag strip in mind, but it is satisfyingly quick, with a great V8 burble from the tailpipe. The engine bay is nicely detailed, with black paint on the engine and some chrome dress-up items like the air cleaner and valve covers, and judging by the clean undercarriage, it obviously comes from someplace warm and dry. A C4 3-speed automatic feeds the 2.80 gears out back and tires are recent 205/70/14 whitewall radials on gorgeous styled steel wheels.
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    Regularly maintained and highly reliable, this is one of those hobby cars that you can just get in and drive whenever the mood strikes you. Someone clearly cherished this car from day one, and it has only been in the hands of caring owners since it was new. A warm, dry climate never hurts, and the best examples are those with no stories and no excuses. This is such a car. Not a show-winner, but exactly the kind of hobby car that gets people excited when they see it because everyone remembers when they had one just like it. This is a lot of Mustang fun for not a lot of money. Call today!

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  • If youпїЅve been hoping for a chance to own a vintage пїЅ64 Impala SS,...

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    If youпїЅve been hoping for a chance to own a vintage пїЅ64 Impala SS, but the skyrocketing values have discouraged you, the answer is here. This nicely done SS clone brings you V8 power, a restored interior, and, of course, those classic looks that will never go out of style.

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    ItпїЅs time to stop thinking of cars as investments and start thinking about the fun you can have. For this price, youпїЅre still getting an ultra-nice пїЅ64 Chevy hardtop, restored to a very good standard. Wearing Riverside Red is always a good start, and when you have a rust-free southern car as your foundation, good things are bound to happen. The pictures show how nice this car is, and there are no tricks here: the gaps are even, the sheetmetal is straight, and the finish has a shine thatпїЅs just right on a пїЅ60s car. The correct trim was straightened and buffed, and SS emblems were added on the quarters, so it definitely has the right look. A clean, straight grille up front and six taillights and an engine-turned panel out back identify this as a top-of-the-line Impala, and accessories like the dual antennas and fender skirts give it a playful attitude.

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    If you bought an SS Impala in 1964, you got bucket seats, so thatпїЅs whatпїЅs in this lovely hardtop. Finished with matching red upholstery, the pleats are correct and with fresh foam underneath, itпїЅs comfortable and keeps the vinyl taut. Correct carpets were fitted, along with door panels with proper SS emblems. Engine-turning was the SSпїЅs calling card, so the dash and center console were dressed up with the stuff, and thereпїЅs a storage bin with SS emblem, too. A beautifully restored steering wheel frames the original instruments and the radio is a neat piece that fits in the original slot and looks fairly convincing, but offers a lot more functionality. The trunk is also extremely nice, showing no scary signs of rust or previous damage, proper spatter-finish paint, and mats that fit well. ThereпїЅs also a full-sized spare up on its own shelf, making this a car you can drive cross-country with three of your closest friends.

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    The engine most folks opted for in their new Imps was the 327 cubic inch V8. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and inhaling through the original air cleaner, it runs superbly as youпїЅd expect from a small block Chevy. Bright Chevy Orange paint looks great in the satin black engine bay, and it wears reproduction decals on the valve covers proudly advertising 300 horsepower. Notable equipment includes a recent alternator and a dual master cylinder and new power brake booster, as well as a sweet-sounding dual exhaust system. A TH350 3-speed automatic replaces the original Powerglide, and youпїЅll appreciate the extra gear when youпїЅre cruising around town. 14-inch steel wheels with factory wheel covers have been retained, and wear appropriately-sized 215/70/14 whitewall radials.

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    SO if youпїЅve been waiting, now is the time to make your move. These cars are always going to be popular, which means prices will always be going up. If you like to drive and enjoy your machines, perhaps this SS has something special to offer you. Call today!

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  • The original owner of this 2429 original mile 1996 BMW Z3 probably paid...

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    The original owner of this 2429 original mile 1996 BMW Z3 probably paid a hefty premium over sticker price for the privilege. Debuting in the James Bond film Golden Eye, the first year's production Z3 sold out before the first one was even delivered. Yeah, they were that popular.
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    That mileage figure is legit, backed up by clean CarFax and AutoCheck documentation, and up close, you'd never doubt it. The bright red paint is like new, and remarkably, has never seen water-not in the rain, not from a hose, never! As a result, it's bright, shiny, and the clearcoat is, well, crystal clear. The red is plenty bright, just right for a 2-seat roadster, and for many enthusiasts who just haven't warmed up to the latest Z4's styling, it looked exactly right. The bulldog front end, sweeping hood, and compact rear deck are classic proportions with a Bavarian twist. Front and rear bumpers are neatly integrated into the design, and show no signs of parking lot scuffles, steep driveway aprons, or excessively tall curbs. In truth, this car was someone's baby, a dream car that was a once-in-a-lifetime purchase, and was treated as such its entire life.
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    In typical BMW fashion, the interior is a nearly perfect environment for the serious business of driving. The black leather buckets are supportive, but not confining, the steering wheel fits into your hands naturally, and the shifter is placed just inches away for spirited driving. The pedals are perfectly placed for heel-and-toe shifts, and speaking of the shifter, it's connected to one of the slickest 5-speed manual gearboxes this side of a Miata. The seats show exactly zero wear, the carpets have been protected from new by matching floor mats, and although this is a life-long Florida car, there's no sign that the open roof conspired with the hot sun to cause any UV damage. An aftermarket wood kit was installed, which warms up the stark interior quite nicely, and the convertible top can be stowed from the driver's seat. There's even a decent-sized trunk in back that'll carry a week's worth of luggage for two.
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    The 1996 Z3 came only one way: with a 1.9 liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine. With 138 horsepower, performance is lively and the car feels fast. Thanks to 3-Series underpinnings, the Z3's lower curb weight makes for exceptional handling without a ride penalty, so if you're looking to have some fun once in a while without paying for it the rest of the time, the Z3 is a smart choice. This one has been properly maintained, with all services performed according to time, not mileage, so it isn't some creaky museum piece. Shifting is slick, the brakes are powerful, and it has a pleasant growl from the stock exhaust system, which was tuned to sound just right. Handsome 16-inch alloys are completely unmarked and wear new 225/50/16 Toyo radials.
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    If you've always wanted one, the rare and highly-sought 1996 edition is probably the Z3 to own, and there are likely none available anywhere with lower miles than this. Call today!

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  • This beautiful Thunderbird is offered at an exceptionally low price...

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    This beautiful Thunderbird is offered at an exceptionally low price considering it was just treated to a full professional body-on restoration in 2012.
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    The early Ford Thunderbird remains one of the blue-chip investments of the car hobby. No, it won't make you rich overnight, but they have a consistent and loyal following and their values have been steadily rising year after year, making this recently restored 1955 Thunderbird a car you can buy with your mind as well as your heart.
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    The original Thunderbird Blue color is striking, and the interior, trunk and engine bay have all been properly restored. In the new interior the radio has been upgraded to an AM/FM vintage style unit for enjoyable cruising. Bright color-matched vinyl in turquoise and white is a nice change from all the black and white interiors we see in these cars. Other newly installed parts include a black fabric convertible top, replica sealed battery, 205/75-15 radial whitewall tires, exhaust system, and brakes. The drivetrain was completely rebuilt, with an engine-out rebuild including new pistons, crankshaft, and cam, and a rebuild of the factory 3-speed transmission. The nicely restored engine bay features all the correct parts, including the chrome air cleaner, chrome valve covers, and Ford Red paint on the block. Ford's Y-block V8 provided power for the Thunderbird, in this case a P-code 292 cubic inch V8 making 192 horsepower. It starts easily and has a wonderful V8 exhaust note that invites you out onto the open road.
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    Arguably the purest of the early Thunderbirds, this 1955 looks unique simply because it's not wearing fender skirts. As a result, it has much more of a sports car look than its siblings, one that I like a lot.
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    Of note, this one carries the rare 3-speed manual transmission, so it's highly entertaining to drive, with light shift action and a delightful V8 burble with the top down. And speaking of the top, this one includes a correct early non-porthole hardtop in contrasting white, fully restored inside and out. Included are the original shop manual and a handbook.
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    Not many collector cars are icons like the Thunderbird, and you'll find that everywhere you go in this one, you're a celebrity. Call today!

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  • In the early '80s, muscle cars were on the endangered species list, with...

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    In the early '80s, muscle cars were on the endangered species list, with the Z/28 Camaro being one of the few V8-powered performance cars left on the market. Like the Trans Am, they were distinctive and in-your-face, creating a statement about American performance. You can't blame a guy for wanting to get a piece of the action by building his own 1981 Z and adding big performance that the original never had.
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    Unlike all the orange and white and bright blue Z/28s, this charcoal gray tribute actually looks sophisticated enough that you won't have to make excuses for driving it every day. Paint and bodywork were done to a good standard in preparation for the full makeover, which included adding correct Z/28 bits like the chin spoiler that wraps around to the wheel openings, a proper hood scoop and fender vent, plus the ducktail spoiler out back. The urethane bits match the bodywork exactly, which is something you couldn't say about the originals, and a full complement of high-visibility Z/28 decals have been professionally installed to complete the illusion. Even the correct Z/28 gas tank filler door has been installed, complete with matching multi-colored logo. If nothing else, the attention to detail on this car is impressive.
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    Showing little wear since the build, the cool silver interior avoids looking dated by virtue of the black piping, generous side bolsters and matching deep-pile carpet. Matching door panels are in good condition, not even showing the usual wear on the driver's side armrest. A full complement of gauges, including a correct 7000 RPM tachometer (yes, they all rest at about 1500 RPM when you turn off the ignition), has been fitted into the brushed-aluminum instrument panel. The steering wheel is a Z/28 piece that neatly replicates the string-wrapped racing wheels of the past and includes a Z/28 horn button the complete the look. The spotless trunk still carries its original mat and a correct space-saver spare that has apparently never been used.
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    Granted, 1981 wasn't the pinnacle of the horsepower wars, but that doesn't mean that 30 years later, stuffing more cubic inches under the hood doesn't fix everything. The engine is a built 400 cubic inch small block, topped by an Edelbrock carburetor, an aluminum intake, and a handsome Edelbrock dress-up kit. Chevy Orange paint on the block is traditional, but had gone by the wayside by 1981, and thanks to power steering and brakes, this car is potential daily-driver material. Long-tube headers feed a rumbling dual exhaust system, which terminates in subtle turn-downs that keep a low profile, which was probably the whole point. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission delivers the power, which gets planted by the original 10-bolt rear. Black Z/28 wheels look right and wear 225/60/15 front and 245/60/15 rear performance radials.
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    Real Z/28s can't keep up with this one, and few of them have been restored to this level. If you love the look but crave a little subtlety, this is the car. Call today!

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  • ItпїЅs unusual to find a nicely preserved F150, but to discover one this...

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    ItпїЅs unusual to find a nicely preserved F150, but to discover one this tastefully customized is something else entirely. If youпїЅre from the пїЅDare to be DifferentпїЅ crowd, this truck is sure to get your attention.

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    At first glance, this simply looks like a nicely preserved 2-tone Ford, but look a little closer. ThatпїЅs not factory paint, thatпїЅs a hugely expensive custom job that started with the original sheetmetal and built from there. Burgundy over silver is a classic combination thatпїЅs been cool since the beginning of time. Finish work is extremely good, and weпїЅre not just saying thatпїЅthis sucker is ready to grab a trophy or two just based on how it looks. Look closely at the accent stripe dividing the two main colors, which adds a custom touch that will make onlookers do a double-take and itпїЅs buried under the clear for a seamless look. There are no modifications to the body, the original chrome bumpers and factory grille are still in place, but this truck definitely stands out in a very big way. ItпїЅs smooth, clean, and beautifully finished.

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    The incredible tan leather interior is no less remarkable in its attention to detail. The leather seats are from a late-model pickup, but they fit perfectly here, almost as if the same guys designed them. Fresh tan carpets, beautiful original door panels, and a dash with a custom wood applique give it a very upscale look. And while youпїЅre looking around, dig the paint job, even on the door jambs and lower doors, which is just as nice as the exterior. A big center armrest doubles as a console but folds out of the way to allow a third passenger, and thereпїЅs plenty of space in the big cab. The original gauges are still in place, but the factoryпїЅs AM/FM radio is long gone, replaced by a Sony AM/FM/CD unit that sounds about a million times better. Also note factory A/C with an R134a conversion and the hidden cup holders which spring out of the center armrest, making this truck feel like a modern piece inside.

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    If youпїЅre wondering why Ford offered both the 5.0 liter V8 and the puzzling 4.9 liter inline-six found in this truck, the answer is simple: torque. With a long strong and beefy pistons, this 300 cubic inch mill moves heavy loads, pulls trailers, and never complains. ItпїЅs neatly packaged in the F150пїЅs engine bay, with everything easy to reach for service, and it runs things like the A/C and power steering without even noticing. It looks like this one has been nicely maintained all its life and never neglected, and both the engine and the 3-speed automatic transmission work as they should. Underneath, the chassis is shockingly clean, and offers a new gas tank and exhaust system, plus those handsome 17-inch American Racing aluminum wheels wearing 235/65/17 radials.

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    You wonпїЅt find many nicer trucks that this that can still works as trucks, and the six is surprisingly economical, too. Call today!

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  • Elegance Refined and seeped in Performance and Handling! 2010...

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    Elegance Refined and seeped in Performance and Handling! 2010 JETSTREAM 3LT GRANDSPORT DUAL MODE CHROME WHEELS This spectacular Jetstream GrandSport has Black Leather Interior, DUAL MODE EXHAUST, 436hp LS3 engine, 6 Speed Automatic w/Paddle Shift, NAVIGATION, and NEW TIRES With 34,615 MILES and a PERFECT CarFax FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • HOT! HOT! HOT! 2010 WHITE ZR1 6 SPEED 3LZ BLACK INTERIOR CHROME WHEELS...

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    HOT! HOT! HOT! 2010 WHITE ZR1 6 SPEED 3LZ BLACK INTERIOR CHROME WHEELS ONLY ONE OWNER 2K ORIGINAL MILES 6 SPEED MANUAL, 3ZR EQUIPMENT PACKAGE, LEATHER WRAPPED INTERIOR, POWER SEATS, DUAL CONTROL TEMPERATURE, MEMORY PACKAGE, HEADS UP DISPLAY HEATED SEATS, BOSE AM/FM/CD RADIO, NAVIGATION, TILT /TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL CHROME ZR1 WHEELS, MAGNETIC SELECT RIDE FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 2011 CYBER GRAY BLACK INTERIOR ZR1 6 SPEED CHROME WHEELS ONLY ONE...

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    2011 CYBER GRAY BLACK INTERIOR ZR1 6 SPEED CHROME WHEELS ONLY ONE OWNER 3K ORIGINAL MILES 6 SPEED MANUAL, 3ZR EQUIPMENT PACKAGE, LEATHER WRAPPED INTERIOR, POWER SEATS, DUAL CONTROL TEMPERATURE, MEMORY PACKAGE, HEADS UP DISPLAY HEATED SEATS, BOSE AM/FM/CD RADIO, NAVIGATION, TILT /TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL CHROME ZR1 WHEELS, MAGNETIC SELECT RIDE FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • We are the HIGHEST RATED CLASSIC CAR Seller on Old Ride for a...

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    We are the HIGHEST RATED CLASSIC CAR Seller on Old Ride for a reason...why would you buy anywhere else take a look at QUALITY !

    Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this Beautiful Red Corvette Roadster. This NOM 350 4 speed Stingray has beautiful paint and drives and shifts as it should. All gauges work as well as vacuum wipers and headlights. Tires are close to new with 90 tread. Convertible top has no rips or tears.

    click here for the BEST PRICES !

    See the hottest inventory of Classic Muscle Cars For Sale at ericsmusclecars.com
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  • complete restoration. Original equipment. Call for more info and copy of...

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    complete restoration. Original equipment. Call for more info and copy of CD.

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  • We are very pleased to offer this 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Coupe for...

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    We are very pleased to offer this 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Coupe for purchase. The Fleetmaster was flying off the factory floors to homes in the immediate post-war years. The elegant styling of rounded out smooth panels made the Fleetmaster the top trim level available, and still a popular body style of antiques & hot rods today.

    The car sits in excellent condition from a restoration in 2005. It does feature the 1946 grille. This Fleetmaster is an awesome driver powered by the Chevrolet a rebuilt 400cu in 6.6L V8, and a rebuilt 350 transmission (with shift kit). It features front disc brakes, posi rear end, power steering, power brakes, and new upholstery. The paint is professionally installed as tangerine by House of Kolor. This car has great style and is a great driver. Please call or email for more details today!

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  • We are very pleased to offer this 1972 Mercedes-Benz 250C for purchase....

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    We are very pleased to offer this 1972 Mercedes-Benz 250C for purchase. The very popular W114 model line of “executive cars” was styled by Paul Bracq as luxurious every day vehicles. The W114 & W1115 models began in 1968 and were marketed as “new generation models” giving their id plates the “/8” earning them the slash eight nickname (or in German strich acht). They were the first post-war Mercedes-Benz production cars to use a newly engineered chassis rather than one derived from previous models. The 250C and the 280C are considered by Mercedes enthusiasts to be one of the best classics from the 60’s and 70’s era.

    This 250C sits in absolutely excellent condition. Originally an Ohio car, this Mercedes is a survivor that was well stored and cared for. This car has the original M130 engine (2.5L inline six cylinder). The radiator has recently been rebuilt. There is also new rotors, calipers, pads, and brake lines. The interior seats & dash look like new. This car is a head turner with classic Mercedes style and a great driver. This vehicle is this excellent condition is very difficult to find. Please call or email for more details today!

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  • CLEARANCE - BOSS SAYS ... MAKE WAY FOR NEW STOCK

    NEVER TO BE REPEATED...

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    CLEARANCE - BOSS SAYS ... MAKE WAY FOR NEW STOCK

    NEVER TO BE REPEATED - ACT NOW - MASERATI SPYDER WELL UNDER REPLACEMENT VALUE!

    This Maserati Spyder and uses the same slightly de tuned Ferrari 4.2L V8 found in the Ferrari F430. Coupled to the amazing Cambiocorsa 6 speed semi-automatic gearbox, this car makes for some seriously fun motoring. Presented in a metallic silver with dark red leather interior, it comes complete with a host of features including electric windows and mirrors, on board computer, electric seats, sports mode with steering mounted paddles, powerflow sports exhaust and adaptive skyhook suspension.
    An awesome everyday sports car which can be turned into quite the beast when sport mode and some generous throttle is applied! A must see for anyone looking in the Maserati market and looking for something a little different. Great value and awesome performance!

    Located in Perth, WA- we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins, 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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  • 1SB 2005 Black Coupe! Black Interior, 4 Speed Automatic Transmission;...

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    1SB 2005 Black Coupe! Black Interior, 4 Speed Automatic Transmission; LS2 6.0L 400HP Engine, Z51 SUSPENSION, Chrome ZR1 Wheels. This Corvette comes to you with a CLEAN CarFax and 65,236 Original Miles. Factory Features include; Heads up Display, Heated Seats, Dual Power Seats; Electronic Dual Zone Climate Control; Am/Fm/Cd; active handling, traction control, keyless access, tilt and telescopic steering, cruise control, coming home device. FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • Beautiful! 1998 White/ Red Leather Interior Corvette Coupe Perfect...

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    Beautiful! 1998 White/ Red Leather Interior Corvette Coupe Perfect CarFax with 123K miles! This C5 comes to you with Automatic transmission, 1SB, New Seats, Black Wheels, New tires, New paint, Heads up display, Power seats, Memory seat package, Dual air controls, Select ride, Glass top, and AM/FM/CD. It is in great shape and has been beautifully maintained. FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-620-VETT or 817-313-8388

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  • *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED NEAR UTICA, NY *** This is a 1968...

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    *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED NEAR UTICA, NY *** This is a 1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible Tribute car with 81,434 original miles on the odometer. The car is finished in Acapulco Blue Metallic and has a complementary Black Crinkle Vinyl and Black Kiwi Vinyl, Luxury Bucket Seat Interior. This is an exceptional clone of a very rare and outstanding car. This 1968 Shelby GT500 Tribute Convertible was purchased 18 years ago and has since been stored in a garage in upstate New York. She was brought out on occasion to wash and to run so that all seals were lubricated. Originally a 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible, this car was cloned to replicate a 1968 Shelby by its previous owner. She has a non-original, period correct 428 CID - 385 HP motor coupled to a period correct C6 automatic transmission. She has the Shelby 10 spoke alloys & Goodyear Speedway spare tire, jack, etc. This is a very nice car whether it is a tribute or not; she is rust free and runs and drives as you would expect, fast and aggressive. What she really needs is a few highway miles put on her to blow away the cobwebs. If you are interested in a 1968 Shelby Mustang Tribute Convertible that needs nothing more than a tune up, then this is a find you will not want to miss out on. If you are looking for an iconic American muscle car then do not let the opportunity to own this car pass you by. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber and if you would like to make an offer, please feel free call or send it to us by email. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know. If you want to know more about the car - 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 deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** FINANCING AVAILABLE FROM JJ BEST BANC - APPLY TODAY *** *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN UPSTATE NEW YORK ***

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  • 1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite 6 pass. Wagon, Cream w/wood grain...

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    1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite 6 pass. Wagon, Cream w/wood grain original rust free Calif. car with only the air grabber hood, cowl, and tops of front fenders repainted. Original two tone green interior still covered with the dealer installed clear plastic covers.
    Wood wheel, power rear gate window.
    Arruzza built 426 hemi, auto w/factory hemi cooler, 355 83/4 posi. Gear vendors overdrive, classic air, ps w/hemi cooler, pb.
    Repro Kelsey Hayes recall wheels (5)with correct Goodyear redlines.
    Built to look like a factory produced hemi wagon.
    Featured in Dec. 2010 Mopar Collectors guide.

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  • Mostly original 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe 4 Door Sedan. Flathead V8, 3...

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    Mostly original 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe 4 Door Sedan. Flathead V8, 3 speed with overdrive, fender skirts, bumper guards, sun visors, fuel door trim, clock trim, all chrome and moldings complete. Many mechanical items like new (belts, hoses, fuel tank, muffler, radiator, carburetor, fuel pump, plug wires, etc.), runs and drives great.

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  • It’s time to drop the top and let the cat out of the bag! This 2000...

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    It’s time to drop the top and let the cat out of the bag! This 2000 Jaguar XK8 Convertible offers much in luxury and performance as it touts 2 owners since new, always garaged and kept in a detailed state. This executive owned XK8 Cabriolet features its original Carnival Red paint over a highly optioned Cashmere Leather interior and records indicate consistent services throughout. This Grand Touring beauty is equipped with full leather interior, power top, heated seats, power seats, factory stereo, original convertible top boot, and 17 inch wheels with new Michelin rubber. This is a need nothing car and is ready for summer enjoyment. With an MSRP of well over 70, 000.00, this Jag is a proven value at the price offered here. Car comes complete with owner and service history, original books with supplements and portfolio.

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  • Original owner, 17,900 original miles.

    Original owner, 17,900 original miles.

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  • FORD| FOOSE CREATE ULTIMATE STREET TOUGH F-150 This is a very fine...

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    FORD| FOOSE CREATE ULTIMATE STREET TOUGH F-150 This is a very fine example of the Foose F-150 with just over 20|000 miles. Check out the information below on the truck if you need more details. This is one or the best examples of this truck that you will find anywhere. There are now stories or excuses| just an honest super truck. 1 year remaining on factory warrantee • Chip Foose| star of TV’s “Overhaulin’”| designs first factory product – the 2008 Ford F-150 Foose Edition that interprets his hot-rod style through America’s favorite pickup. • The Hot Rod Hall of Fame’s youngest inductee and Hollywood regular| on TV and as a custom vehicle builder for hit movies such as Gone in 60 Seconds. • Foose’s design visually lowers the truck in the boulevard-cruiser spirit while maintaining the Ford F-150’s Built Ford Tough pedigree. • The 2008 Ford F-150 Foose Edition is the most powerful half-ton truck on the market with a supercharged 5.4-liter V-8 delivering 450 hp and 500 lbs.-ft. of torque. DEARBORN| March 30| 2007 – The Ford truck team sat down with hot rod celebrity Chip Foose last year at the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) convention in Las Vegas – the heart of the red-hot $34 billion auto aftermarket industry – and issued a daunting challenge: “We asked Chip Foose to design a tough| muscular street rod based on the Ford F-150 FX2 Sport pickup that will knock the socks off even the most hard-core boulevard cruiser fan|” says Ben Poore| Ford Truck group marketing manager. “And let’s make it available in less than a year before the 2007 SEMA show.” Less than five months later| Ford and Foose are revealing the low-slung| production-intent Ford F-150 Foose Edition show truck| a precursor to the truck that will bow in the fall of 2007 as the most powerful and fastest half-ton production truck on the planet. But right at that table| the seven-time winner of “America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Award” waved his wand – in his case a No. 2 pencil – and sketched out a conceptual offshoot of America’s favorite pick-up that looked like a true boulevard cruiser with design elements that visually lower the truck. Hot rod magic It started where the Ford F-150 Foose Edition meets the road| the big 22-inch original wheels that fill the wheel wells with larger flares| causing the pickup to look lower. Foose also designed and fabricated a custom rocker panel that enhances the lowered look even though the truck was only slightly lowered. “How the vehicle sits and how the wheels are proportioned to the body is the first essence to give it the illusion of something lower than it is|” says Foose. Wide| bold racing stripes further accentuate the planted stance. They start at the leading edge of the hood| helping to flatten it out. The striping thins out| stretches down over the front fenders| and runs the length of the vehicle above the door handles and across the tailgate for a streamlined look from the side. Then it widens again at the tailgate for an exclamation mark. Foose also has replaced the Ford F-150 FX2 Sport’s dark billet grille and bumper opening with a new grille design with horizontal bars that makes the frame look shorter. Then| he has surrounded the design with lower rocker moldings that seemingly further drop the pickup. The process was easier than it sounds| Foose says| because he had a great canvas – the Ford F-150 – to work with. It was also a labor of love. Chip Foose’s personal primary ride is a souped-up 2005 Ford F-150 Lariat. Ford engineers then took over by first creating computer renderings of Foose’s sketches. “Chip sketches on paper; he doesn’t like to use computers|” says Karen Gietzen-Stewart| business strategy manager| Ford Advanced Product Creation. The Ford truck team analyzed these renderings to ensure the Ford F-150’s tough images was maintained. A concept truck was built and then| in early 2007| Foose flew to Detroit where he made final finishing adjustments to the design. Foose

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  • Just consigned. This beautiful Firebird had a sub-frame out restoration...

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    Just consigned. This beautiful Firebird had a sub-frame out restoration in 2007. Refinished in its original regimental red exterior with a correct black vinyl top. Very clean car that has had only a few thousand miles since restoration. The interior is the correct custom black strato buckets with console. Original AM radio turns on but doesn't tune well. The car originally came with the custom sports steering wheel that was replaced at some point with a wood rimmed aftermarket wheel. Interior is new from headliner to carpets. The car originally came with rally gauge cluster and hood mounted tachometer. The rally gauges are present and functional but the hood tach was not replaced during restoration. The 400 motor is the original YT code matching #'s engine. It is on its original build and runs excellent with no smoking or unusual noises. The transmission is the correct PX coded unit. Shifts great. The rear end is original with the correct 3:08 gears. The radiator is re-cored. All of the wire harnesses are new. The rims are the correct Rally II wheels with BF Goodrich tires. The factory options are as follows: Power steering Power disc brakes AM radio with manual antenna Rally gauge cluster with hood mounted tachometer Rally II wheels Custom sports steering wheel Console Dual exhaust with exhaust extensions Redline Wide Oval tires Hydra-Matic automatic transmission Here are some of the serial and ID numbers on the car: Serial #: 22337U144520 Block casting: 9786196 Block suffix: YT = 400 ci| 325 hp Heads: 670 Distributor: 1111250 Alternator: 1100768 Exterior paint code: R = Regimental red Cordova top: 2 = Black Interior code: 259 = Custom black strato bucket seats Transmission code: PX = TH-400 Rear axle: 3:08 Intake manifold: 9786286 E127 Exhaust manifolds: Left 9777755 Right 9779325 This is a beautiful high end driver that will do very well at any local car show. The car runs and drives great.

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  • Not your average rod! BODY: Clean original outer shell mounted on an...

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    Not your average rod! BODY: Clean original outer shell mounted on an early 1990's S10 chassis. All floors| trunk| firewall and front inners replaced. Minor body work performed. All exterior chrome redone. Painted early 60's Porsche wheat and tomato red. ENGINE: Rebuilt 406ci small block Chevy. Corvette radiator. Runs and sounds incredible. TRANSMISSION: Rebuilt Turbo 350 transmission. Shifts great. FRONT SUSPENSION: Chevy S10 front suspension. Rebuilt. REAR SUSPENSION: Rebuilt Chevy S10 rear end. 3.23 axle ratio. BRAKES: Front disc brakes. Stops great. INTERIOR: Very clean interior in red and white. Honda Accord front bucket seats. Beautiful dash with Classic Instruments gauges. Vintage style 4 spoke steering wheel. AM/FM/CD stereo. Air conditioning by Old Air. Excellent glass. Very comfortable. WHEELS/TIRES: Red steel wheels with trim rings and center caps. Radial wide whitewall tires. OVERALL CONDITION: Great Driver that is showable in any car show. SUMMARY: Everything on this Nash was rebuilt or replaced. All work was done by by local professionals. The car has been driven from the Bay Area to Los Angeles numerous times. This is a fun| great handling and driving car. If you want to get noticed among the sea of 1969 Camaros and 1932 Fords at the next show| this is the car for you. Fly in and drive home. As with most classic cars I sell| true miles unknown. If you have any questions please call me at 925-699-5398. Please remember I am on Pacific Standard Time.

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  • This is a very beautiful all steel| old school 29 Roadster. The car is...

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    This is a very beautiful all steel| old school 29 Roadster. The car is built on boxed| pinched frame rails. Features a 1932 Grill and top hood. Here is a car with a great history and is good running and good looking as well. It just doesn't get any better than this. The Chevy 350 connected to a ford 3 speed manual transmission makes for a great cruiser. The ceramic coated headers with cutouts are very striking and efficient as well. The car is set of with many louvers on both the hood and the trunk| green pen stripping and steel powder coated wheel's to match. The drive train is topped off with a banjo Ford rear-end and torque tube. There is a lot of chrome and fine finish work everywhere that sets this car apart. The interior is both beautiful and functional. Little features like the vacuum controlled rear license plate is just one of a number of the finishing touches that set this car apart. The car runs out great is ready for cruising. It has original black California plates. This car will turn heads at any cruise night or car show. Have any questions call Paul @ 925-699-5398

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  • 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS Tribute 2DRHT 409ci Engine “Runs real fine my...

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    1962 Chevrolet Impala SS Tribute 2DRHT 409ci Engine “Runs real fine my 409” This car is the result of a 12 year restoration project. As you can see in the pictures not anything was missed. This is a no excuse car and ready for the ultimate cruising experience. For the early 1960s| Chevrolet offered a performance package in a full-sized car that was fitted with a long list of factory options and powered by the legendary big-block Chevrolet 409. The Turbo-Fire V8 engine displaced 409 cubic-inches and offered 409 horsepower. The Turbo-Fire V8 engine featured a twin four-barrel carburetor and high-lift cam| solid valve lifters and a lightweight valve-displacement of 409 cubic-inches. This option set the buyer back an additional $484. This is a extremely well finished tribute car. . It has a 1964 409 Engine with single 4 barrel carb.. This example has a Borg-Warner T-10 four-speed manual floor-shift transmission| hurst shifter and four-wheel power drum brakes. The car is equipped with a Posi rear end| so all the ingredients are in palace to get the power to the road. All of this is set off with a beautiful Sea Scape green paint with a slightly darker top and matching interior. With a complete set of after - market gauges you are ready to head down the road. You will not fine a finer example anywhere for twice the money. It is time to enjoy the 409 mystic with a basically new car at a very competitive price. Please call Paul Today!! 925-699-5398

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  • 1958 Chevrolet Impala 2drht This is as nice as they come. This 5 year...

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    1958 Chevrolet Impala 2drht This is as nice as they come. This 5 year old restoration still looks like it was just done. The paint is nearly flawless and the interior looks like no one ever sat in the car. The car was upgraded with the following items. · 369 Chevy Big Block with 4-barrel · 700R4 Overdrive Automatic Transmission · Front Power Disc Brakes · Over size sway bars front and rear · Custom wheels · Like New white wall tires · Less than 2000 miles since restoration · Power Steering This car has custom grill treatment and everything is done to the highest standards. There are many subtle custom changes the car that only becomes evident with a close inspection. Note the custom AM/FM/CD with 6 CD changer and very nice speakers. The custom interior is just stunning and is a real crowd pleaser.

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