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  • If you want a low-mile Anniversary ‘Vette, they’re easy to find....

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    If you want a low-mile Anniversary ‘Vette, they’re easy to find. However, if you simply like how they look (and who could blame you?) and don’t want to spend a fortune to own one of the zero-mile examples, perhaps this one deserves a closer look. It has the optional L82 engine and a 4-speed, so if you want a driver, they don’t come better than this.
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    This one actually looks better than most ’78 Anniversary Corvettes thanks to a repaint back in the ‘90s. Instead of the original enamel, it’s a more modern material that shines up beautifully and the various bits and pieces all match quite well. They replicated the two-tone silver over gray combination exactly, and the various pinstripes that highlight the C3’s dramatic shape are expertly applied. The Anniversary ‘Vettes introduced many styling upgrades that would continue to the end of C3 production, including the deep chin spoiler, the fastback roofline, and ducktail spoiler, and many would consider this the pinnacle of style. It’s held up quite well with only minor signs of use and none of the usual Corvette issues are apparent: no cracking or checking and the panels line up quite well. Proper badges and emblems were reinstalled following the repaint, so it does have a very correct look that’ll make Corvette fans happy.
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    Oyster is GM’s name for the off-white leather inside this particular Anniversary model, and it’s more subtle than the usual silver. It’s quite original and shows a few signs of use but give that this one is a driver, not a trailer queen. It’s nice to see a 4-speed living between the seats, and like most Anniversary cars, it’s loaded with options: A/C, power windows and locks, and a tilt/telescope wheel. The carpets, door panels, and dash are in excellent condition and aside from the Kenwood AM/FM/cassette stereo in the dash it’s completely stock. The Oyster leather is wrapped around the steering wheel and with the lift-off T-tops, you can experience open-air motoring that’s the next best thing to a convertible and the car comes with its original storage bags that strap in the cargo bay so you’re never without them. And speaking of the cargo bay, thanks to that fastback window, there’s a decent amount of storage space for a long road trip.
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    The top engine in 1978 was the 350 cubic inch L82, which was rated at a respectable 220 horsepower. With its distinctive dual-snorkel air cleaner, it’s easy to spot, and the 4-barrel carburetor and aluminum intake manifold underneath are part of the horsepower-building equipment list. This is the car’s original, matching-numbers engine, and aside from minor upgrades like long-tube headers, it’s quite stock. Recent work includes a full tune-up, a new alternator, and a fresh dual exhaust system with stock-style mufflers and polished tips that look fantastic. The engine is backed with a 4-speed manual transmission, so it’s a blast to drive, and new stainless steel calipers and brake lines ensure that it’s safe. Gorgeous polished aluminum wheels were part of the Anniversary package and wear fat 235/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials.
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    These Anniversary Corvettes are among the best-looking of the C3s, and with so many put away as “investments” it’s tough to find one that’s ready to drive like this. Call today!

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  • Perhaps you’ve noticed that Oldsmobile 442 prices have been on the rise...

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    Perhaps you’ve noticed that Oldsmobile 442 prices have been on the rise lately. Genuine 442s are bringing astronomical figures at auction, which makes cars like this 1971 442 tribute the smart choice for the Oldsmobile fan who likes to drive. Beautifully and accurately finished, this big block ragtop looks and acts every bit like the street predator it is, all for about half the price of a real one.
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    Cameo White with gold stripes was a color combination made famous on the 442 pace car model, but this car looks every bit as good without the extra ornamentation and decals that come with it. Straight bodywork makes the white paint look fantastic, with good gaps and a shape that’s impossible not to love. More chiseled than the Chevelle, the Cutlass shows off a neat crease along the top of the quarters, a shape echoed by the tips of the trunk-mounted spoiler for a nice touch. Hood pins and scoops make this ragtop look exceptionally aggressive, an impression reinforced by the hardware underneath. Gold stripes highlight those big scoops, plus the flared fenders, giving the Cutlass ragtop a long, low look. Plenty of bright chrome was part of the package (this is an Oldsmobile after all), as are the blacked-out grilles that were standard equipment in 1971. Correct 442 badges in all the right places complete the illusion, and it’ll take an expert to prove this isn’t a real-deal 442 at the next cruise night.
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    Oldsmobiles have always offered first-class interiors, and the bright white buckets in this 442 ragtop are no exception. Beautifully restored with crisp dress whites and contrasting black carpets, the interior looks fantastic. The door panels, dash, and center console are highlighted by woodgrained appliques that help warm up the performance car interior, and again, correct 442 badges were installed as necessary. Desirable options like factory A/C, a power top, and a clever AM/FM/CD stereo that looks almost original (except for the big thumping subwoofer in the trunk, that is) make this a wonderful summertime cruiser doesn’t know the word “compromise.” A 4-spoke steering wheel reinforces the sporty attitude and the shiny stainless-faced instruments look downright awesome. There’s a new white power top, complete with glass rear window and the trunk is nicely finished with the aforementioned subwoofer and CD changer as part of the package.
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    For performance, it’s pretty hard to beat Oldsmobile’s 455 cubic inch V8. In HO trim, even in 1971, horsepower was an impressive 340 with enough torque to affect the earth’s rotation. This one, with its upgraded Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, probably runs every bit as strong as the most potent factory-built machine. It’s also dressed up with a chrome air cleaner and valve covers, along with reproduction decals and turquoise engine paint to add a bit of authenticity. It’s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission that always seems to find the right gear when you mash the throttle, and a brand new exhaust system ensures that it always sounds awesome when you do it. Color-matched Oldsmobile Rallye II wheels and 245/60/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials round out the 442 look in grand style.
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    The 442 is legendary, and with so few running around, this impressive tribute is bound to get more than its fair share of admiring glances. But it’s the driver who will really benefit, because it’s simply a blast to drive. The particular car has received a full frame-on restoration with over $60,000 invested into the build. Little touches, like brand new bumpers, all new rubbers and weather seals, and an original W25 Ram Air Hood, not a reproduction, puts this car over the top! Call today!

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  • There’s nothing better than a 1934 Ford, especially when it’s dressed...

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    There’s nothing better than a 1934 Ford, especially when it’s dressed like a rock star. This handsome tudor packs a stout Chevy small block, a flashy two-tone color combination, and is full of modern conveniences. A no-compromises rod that’s ready to cruise at a very reasonable price.
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    First off, the car has a steel body, which gives it an authenticity that many fiberglass rods lack. Of course, the heavily louvered hood is steel, too, and the rake is exactly right to highlight the tudor sedan’s almost perfect proportions. The two-tone paint is a very refreshing change from the usual combinations, and the sweeping black stripe that divides the two shades of silver gives it a sophisticated 1930s look. It retains almost all the original trim, including bumpers, grille, and chrome headlights, so the traditional look remains—it hasn’t even been chopped! The doors open suicide-style, as they did in 1934 and the running boards are still wrapped in rubber. The fabric roof insert has been neatly filled with a steel panel with stiffening ribs, creating a trick look that’s totally functional at the same time. The license plate frame is neatly frenched into the rear pan, right where the spare tire would have lived and nicely framed by the dip in the original-style bumper.
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    Professionally crafted, the two-tone gray vinyl interior is simply awesome. Twin bucket seats are vastly more stylish than the original chairs, but with the narrow pleats, they have a 1930s sensibility. The original rear bench has been upholstered to match and offers plenty of stretch-out room for passengers. Goodies like cold A/C, power front windows, and a AM/FM/cassette stereo are, of course, included, all neatly installed to maintain a fairly stock look to the dash. A selection of Dolphin gauges look suitably retro, and the fat wood-rimmed steering wheel is elegant and helps warm up the interior. Custom carpets, tinted windows, and a few stylistic flourishes like the trim on the door panels, and you have a car that’s a joy to drive, even if you’re just running up to the corner store.
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    With everyone building Fords stuffed full of Chevy motors, it shouldn’t be surprising to find a 350 cubic inch V8 under this tudor’s pointed hood. Sticking to the basics like a 4-barrel carburetor and an oversized radiator means this rod starts instantly, idles perfectly, and happily goes wherever you point it without any drama. It also looks cool with those chrome valve covers and coated headers. The firewall was only lightly modified to accommodate the Chevy V8, preserving front legroom and a factory look that shows well when you open the hood. Underneath, the chassis is ready to rock, with boxed frame rails, Mustang II A-arm front suspension, power front discs, and a beefy 8-inch Ford rear end. Staggered Boyd Coddington billet aluminum wheels give it just the right rake, wearing 195/60/15 front and 235/70/15 rear performance radials.
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    No longer trophy bait, this ’34 Ford embodies the best hot-rodding traditions of simply getting out on the road and having fun. Lots of power, a gorgeous, functional interior, and nicely-chosen custom paint mean that this is one for drivers to enjoy. Call today!

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  • The appeal of going anywhere, any time is the whole reason civilian...

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    The appeal of going anywhere, any time is the whole reason civilian Jeeps exist. The past seven decades are proof that the original design is a good one, but if you like your 4x4s to be affordable as well as tough, then this 1978 CJ7 should be just the ticket: V8 power, great cosmetics, and a comfortable interior all add up to fun in the dirt on a shoestring budget.
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    As we’ve seen over the past few years, the CJ7 is at the top of the food chain when it comes to Jeep off-roading. Unfortunately, their rugged off-road abilities are the reason why so few good ones are left—they simply got used up. So when this one showed up, complete with a beautiful blue paint job and sheetmetal that doesn’t look like it’s been bashed and abraded off road, we eagerly ushered it into the showroom. It’s basic and keeps all the great original attitude that makes these so much fun and hasn’t been upgraded, over-dressed, or modified so heavily that its originality is erased. Instead, they gave it a very high quality paint job that definitely gets noticed and left off the stuff that doesn’t help it work better in the dirt. That means painted bumpers with chrome tow hooks, a spare tire with simple cover, and rubber fender flares over the oversized rubber. In short, if you like the elemental appeal of the Jeep, this one definitely delivers.
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    The all-business interior is highlighted by a pair of new bucket seats that are a lot more supportive for off-road maneuvers than the original chairs and there’s still a matching back seat. The floors have been covered in spray-in bedliner material so you can just hose it out after a day of fun and the fat steering wheel is easy to hold on to during the rough stuff. The original gauges are framed by a polished panel and there’s a white-faced temperature gauge underneath. There’s no radio to distract you from the fun, but the slot is open so a modern replacement would be easy. For inclement weather, there’s a bikini top which does nothing to diminish the elemental feel of the Jeep, and there’s no better way to enjoy the great outdoors, and a center console adds some weatherproof storage, just in case.
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    You could get a V8 in your Jeep back in 1978, but for the ultimate in reliability, what’s better than a 350 cubic inch Chevy? With a 4-barrel carburetor, headers, and a few other performance tweaks, this is one quick Jeep and it’ll go anywhere without worries. The engine compartment is clean, so it hasn’t spent a ton of time off-road and being neglected and the great V8 soundtrack is as much muscle car as 4x4. Power steering is a nice feature in something with tires this big, and the 3-speed transmission has well-chosen gears for any occasion. The transfer case, axles, and suspension are trail-ready and the shiny aluminum MIT wheels look great, especially with 32x11.50-15 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A radials.
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    So for reasonably-priced off-road fun, this CJ7 delivers in a lot of big ways. Powerful, reliable, comfortable, and still very capable, it has all the virtues of the best 4x4s without the big price tag. Call today!

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  • For those of you who have been calling about our other Thunderbirds,...

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    For those of you who have been calling about our other Thunderbirds, only to tell us that what you really want is a manual transmission, this Raven Black ’57 is here to answer your call. Super straight and with three pedals on the floor, it’s the Thunderbird for driving enthusiasts.
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    Code AA means Raven Black and that’s how this ’57 Thunderbird was delivered. Of course, it’s been restored and with modern paint technology, the shine is every bit as good as it was on the showroom floor. The restoration is a few years old now, so it has some signs of use and age, but Thunderbirds are funny that way—they only seem to get better with time. Sight down those long quarters, though, and you’ll see that the work was very well done and everything fits together very nicely. There are also good gaps, the fender skirts are flush, and the peaked tailfins are crisp and sharp, all of which is highlighted by the glossy black paint. Lots of chrome is a hallmark of 1950s style no matter what kind of car you own, and the brightwork on this T-Bird was buffed, polished, and shined so it blazes against the black paint, from the simple eggcrate grille to the rear bumpers with their integrated exhaust outlets.
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    Black and white is the theme inside, too, with the Thunderbird’s typically gorgeous upholstery. From the artfully designed door panels with a machined-turned panel that wraps into the dash to the power bench seat, this is one great-looking place to spend some time. The gauges show nicely detailed faces with stainless inserts and bright pointers, all framed by more engine-turned stainless. Ford’s famous Town & Country AM radio lives in the dash and there’s a well-integrated aftermarket A/C unit underneath that almost looks like it was born there. And most importantly, there’s a white cue ball knob atop the 3-speed manual shifter. The top is black canvas that folds easily and stows behind the seat, and in 1957 the spare moved back into the trunk, where it’s surrounded by a reproduction plaid mat and a full jack assembly.
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    Ford’s 312 cubic inch “Thunderbird Special” V8 carries a 4-barrel Holley carburetor under that chrome air cleaner and a burbling dual exhaust system behind those unique exhaust manifolds. Painted Thunderbird Red with the optional finned valve covers, it’s still one of the best-looking engines of the period. The aftermarket A/C system fits neatly and uses R134a refrigerant and a modern compressor so it’s easy to service and reliable. The chassis isn’t detailed for show and has been undercoated to control noise and heat, and with highway-friendly gears in back, this is still one of the world’s great road trip machines. And while the 205/75/14 Hankook whitewall radials look decent and ride well, think of how amazing this ‘Bird might look with a set of wide whites wrapped around those shiny wheel covers.
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    So if you’ve been hoping to put an early ‘Bird in your garage, but were holding out for a shift-it-yourself version, this pretty black ’57 should be just what you’ve been waiting for. Call today!

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  • When the Detroit party from the 1950s was over, cars like this 1962...

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    When the Detroit party from the 1950s was over, cars like this 1962 Pontiac Bonneville convertible were the cure for the resulting hangover. Sleek, stylish, reserved, and full of performance, the big Bonneville was the ultimate symbol of success for a younger generation. The fact that it was also fast was surely part of its appeal, and this nicely preserved example demonstrates without a doubt why these cars are hot collectables today.
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    Glancing at the PHS build sheet that accompanies this big ragtop, you’ll note that it still wears a correct coat of code P Aquamarine paint, a playful color that perfectly embodies the Bonneville’s split personality. Pontiac was hitting on all eight cylinders throughout the ‘60s, but this might be the car that really started the luxury/performance trend that defined the excitement division. The bodywork on this particular car is quite straight and the paint has a wonderful vintage-looking shine, so it looks right and generates a ton of attention wherever it goes. Fit and finish is very good, with nicely aligned doors—a critical detail given the long trim that runs from nose to tail. A few neat details like the fender ornaments, the split Pontiac grille, and those ultra-cool curving taillights (now with blue dots) mean this is a car you can admire for a long time without seeing it all. Someone has invested big in making it look this good, but it’s still priced very reasonably. Nice!
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    Pontiac enthusiasts will find the tri-tone upholstery and the uniquely-shaped bucket seats familiar, and it’s more evidence that Pontiac was working overtime to separate themselves from the pack. The correct code 277 Aqua interior looks very good with only minor signs of use that seem to enhance its appeal. Come on, don’t you just want to slide into that driver’s seat and key it up? The instrument panel is a double-decker affair, with a wide speedometer up top framed in wood and a stainless section below for the auxiliary controls. Overhead there’s a white power convertible top with matching boot and the massive trunk is detailed with a reproduction mat, full-sized spare with cover, and a jack with pouch. This heavily optioned cruiser is also equipped with factory AC, power steering, power brakes, rare factory AM/FM radio with power antenna, full interior lights, movable trunk light, remote driver’s side mirror, tinted windshield and the desirable 8-lug aluminum wheels.
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    Pontiac’s 389 cubic inch V8 was a mainstay across the line, and it delivers impressive performance in the Bonneville. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and with dual exhaust, it’s powerful but doesn’t call attention to itself; it’s merely competent and trustworthy. It’s painted correct Pontiac Turquoise and still wears the optional heavy-duty air cleaner. Underneath, it has a correct Hydramatic transmission and heavy-duty rear end, and if ever there was a car designed for long road trips across the western US, this is it. Add in 8-lug wheels and 215/75/14 whitewall radials, and this is one of the best-looking cars of the period.
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    Included are the original owner’s manual, shop manual, and an original sales brochure. Full documentation from Pontiac Historic Services is also provided, including a reproduction widow sticker.. Call today!

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  • For those of you thinking that Oldsmobile didn't build performance, let...

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    For those of you thinking that Oldsmobile didn't build performance, let this 1983 Hurst Olds serve as a reminder. Only 3000 were built for the 15th anniversary of the original Hurst/Olds in 1968, and all of them featured the same stunning paint job, extensive documentation, and, of course, a famous Hurst shifter.
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    This is an exceptionally well-preserved original car, which is what you'd expect with just two owners from new. As a result, it has always been treated as something of value and never used as a daily driver, a fact reflected by the ultra-low 67,591 original miles on the odometer. The Hurst package was a stunning two-tone black over silver job with red stripes, a hood scoop and decklid spoiler, so the thing practically screams high performance. Park it next to, say, a Buick Grand National and watch where the crowds form. Paint and bodywork are outstanding, with factory levels of fit and finish throughout, because everything is completely untouched save for a monthly wash and wax to keep it in top condition. Even the decals remain bright and firmly adhered to the crisply formed Cutlass sheetmetal, which is no small feat even for the best-preserved cars. Things like the rubber bumper fillers, window surrounds, and taillight lenses are all in great shape, further indication of careful preservation.
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    The Hurst/Olds got every option GM could throw at the G-body, and Hurst didn't do much to change the already excellent setup. There are cloth bucket seats, an unusual sight in an Oldsmobile, but mandatory on the Hurst cars because of the center console and trick Lightning Rod shifter setup. A full array of gauges, including a tachometer (in an Oldsmobile!) were crammed into the factory instrument panel. Other options include power windows and locks, rear defroster, A/C, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo system that actually sounds amazing given the era. Glass T-tops overhead are a popular feature, and still seal up tightly and don't squeak like many high-mileage cars do. The overall effect is quite impressive.
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    An Oldsmobile-built 307 cubic inch V8 delivers the power, and it was specially tuned for use in this car. With a cool rumble from the exhaust and seemingly bottomless reserves of torque, it's the ideal powerplant. A 4-barrel Rochester was still the carburetor of choice and lives under an air cleaner that inhales fresh, cool air from the front of the engine bay. It is extremely well preserved under the hood, with signs of proper maintenance and careful preservation of factory features, markings, and decals, so you know it's been owned by a hobbyist who understands why these cars are special. A 200R4 4-speed automatic is the gearbox under the cool Hurst shifter setup, and spins a set of responsive 3.73 gears out back. And in true Hurst fashion, it sports chrome Oldsmobile Rally wheels with gold accents and a set of white-letter Goodyear radials.
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    If you lived through the '80s, you probably remember when these were the hottest cars on the street. This is one of the best documented examples you'l find, it comes with the original window sticker, dealer invoice, some title documentation, and much more all organized in a nice three ring binder. This one has all the documentation you could ever want! Call today!

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  • If you’re kind of looking for a Chevelle or GTO but not finding any...

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    If you’re kind of looking for a Chevelle or GTO but not finding any within your budget, perhaps you should start thinking differently. Take this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, for example. The same tidy A-body footprint, a uniquely aggressive Oldsmobile look, and a fantastic combination of power and luxury that the junior brands can’t quite match. Check it out.
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    The code V Antique Pewter paint gives this big Olds a mature but somewhat sinister look, like it’s all dressed up for a night out, complete with black leather gloves and an attitude. The paint is about five years old and shows pretty well, but a cut and buff would work wonders on it, taking it up a few levels without a big investment. The clean flanks are free of messy body cladding or trim, and the guys who did the work were careful to maintain that crisp line that frames the wheel wells and tracks along the rocker panels. Nice! The wide grille with quad headlights was a distinctive Oldsmobile look for more than a decade, and it looks right without trying too hard. Stacked taillights were used throughout the lineup, so there’s a full-sized connection to the brand even from behind. Chrome and stainless are quite nice and really pop against the dark gray paint, and the black vinyl top was installed at the same time, so it looks fresh.
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    Bucket seats were rather rare in Oldsmobiles, but if you’re cross-shopping from the Chevelle store, you’ll be thrilled to see them here. New seat covers with correct materials and patterns leave no doubt that this is a GM A-body, and there are matching black carpets on the floor. It’s quite possible that the door panels are original, since they’re not quite as nice, but if they are, then you know someone loved this car, because they’re in great shape. And as I said, as an Oldsmobile, you got a few perks like factory A/C, power steering and power front disc brakes. Today there’s a newer AM/FM/CD stereo under the dash in its own housing, so the original dash wasn’t hacked up for the install, and custom kick panels with built-in speakers are a subtle way to improve the sound quality. Also take a moment to check out the ultra-clean trunk, complete with color-matched spare wheel and tire assembly and a new mat.
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    Oldsmobile’s 330 cubic inch V8 was hardly a slouch in the performance department. Cackling to life with that characteristic Oldsmobile starter chatter, it idles smoothly and pulls with torque that suggests more cubic inches at work than there actually are. The engine is completely stock, and as a result it’s reliable and easy to service. Fresh Rocket Gold paint on the block and a flashy Jetfire air cleaner give it an Oldsmobile look under the hood, and thanks to a factory-style exhaust system, it sounds powerful, yet subdued. A 3-speed automatic transmission and the original rear end mean that it’s a superlative highway cruiser, and while the ride is smooth and supple, it is far from clumsy when the road starts to twist. Classic Magnum 500 wheels look good on just about anything, and on this Olds they wear 225/70/14 white-letter radials that look sporty.
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    So take advantage of the Oldsmobile’s anonymity, you might just find that there’s a lot more car here than you expect, especially at this price. Call today!

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  • This 1961 Ford F100 is one of those vehicles where the price is all out...

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    This 1961 Ford F100 is one of those vehicles where the price is all out of whack with the quality and extent of the work performed. With seamless custom touches throughout, plus big block power, it’s one heck of an impressive truck with moves like a muscle car. You definitely couldn’t build this truck at this price.
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    Let’s start with the paint, since that’s the first thing everyone notices. The two-tone treatment really enhances the dramatic lines of the old Ford pickup, following the gently sloping character line along the flanks. Sunburst Orange Metallic over Charcoal Gray Metallic paint, all separated by a bright yellow pinstripe give it a high-tech look that contrasts wonderfully with the vintage sheetmetal, giving the upright Ford a very sleek look. It’s been driven a bit, but when you show up in this machine, folks will definitely notice and ask you about it. The entire body was taken down to bare metal and the finish was built from there, and the finish is worthy of a vehicle costing twice as much as this one does. A 1990 F150 bed was very cleverly welded into the original rear quarters, preserving the factory look but giving the cargo area a new lease on life. There’s a bit of bright trim left, but much of it was painted to match the body or shaved, giving it a monochromatic look, and with a custom rear roll pan, it looks downright sleek from the rear.
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    The tasteful interior is anchored by a pair of tan bucket seats and a center console borrowed from a late-model Ford, although you’d never guess it by how well they fit in the old pickup. Dig how the two-tone paint extends into the door jambs and across the inner door panels, the sure sign of a craftsman at work. The factory dash remains in place, painted to match the body and fitted with a billet aluminum gauge panel full of VDO analog gauges and framed by a LaCarrera steering wheel on a tilt column. An AM/FM/CD stereo has been cleverly stashed inside the center console, along with a few storage cubbies and two 12V power outlets, which can be quite handy. An aftermarket A/C system has been fitted under the dash and uses a custom aluminum control panel and a few discreetly placed vents to keep things cool.
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    Sorry Ford fans, but the big block under the hood is a Chevy 454 taken from an RV, so its thick walls make it extremely durable for use in the slick pickup. Fed by a Holley carb on a chrome Edelbrock intake and an off-road cam that sounds wicked, this nicely finished engine moves the truck with definite authority. Dressed in body-colored valve covers and a few choice chrome pieces, you won’t hesitate to show this one off. Underneath, upgrades include power disc brakes and rack-and-pinion steering, a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission with an 1800 RPM stall converter, and a TCI Mustang II independent front suspension. A Ford 9-inch rear could very well be this truck’s original piece and with 2.72 gears inside, this sucker just loafs along at highway speeds with a quiet murmur from the twin Flowmasters out back. Flashy 5-spoke wheels with 215/70/15 front and 235/70/15 rear Cooper radials give it exactly the right stance.
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    A gorgeous truck that’s fully sorted and ready to haul, well, just about anything. If you like how it looks, you’re gonna love how it drives. Call today!

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  • In the late ‘80s, this 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was the ultimate in...

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    In the late ‘80s, this 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was the ultimate in motoring luxury and excess. Bigger than just about anything else on the road, and powered by Rolls’ superlative V8, it was the last of the hand-built icons that built the automotive industry in the early years.
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    The special long-wheelbase Silver Spur was the top-of-the-line for what is unquestionably the top-of-the-line automobile manufacturer. Stretching nearly 20 feet long, it’s understated yet imposing. Fit and finish are, of course, exemplary despite it being 25 years old, and nothing in the automotive world feels like one of these big, heavily-insulated doors snapping closed. All automotive paint is shiny, but the deep hand-rubbed finish on this one is something else entirely, as if it was conjured out of thin air right onto the surface. Sure, it’s got a few signs of age, but on a car that originally cost the equivalent of a quarter-million bucks, you definitely got your money’s worth on the paint job. Then there’s the chrome, which is so deep and rich that it almost feels cold to the touch, and nothing clears traffic like that big Rolls-Royce grille and Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. “Impressive” isn’t an impressive enough word for what this car is.
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    You know where a lot of the money went when you climb inside. The seats feel like nothing you’ve ever experienced, at once soft and supportive and wrapped in fragrant leather hides that were bred for royalty. There’s a bit of wear on the driver’s seat, but the rest of the buttery-soft leather with contrasting blue piping is still fit for show. Dark Wilton Wool carpets are insanely plush and yes, that’s real wood on the dash and door panels, hand-crafted by a guy who’s been doing it his entire life. It received all the proper accoutrements for the late’80s, including A/C, power windows and locks, power seats, and fingertip-light power steering. The only possible letdown is the GM-sourced AM/FM/cassette stereo, but that’s an easy fix today anyway. And as a long-wheelbase model, rear seat space rivals a New York City apartment, complete with foot rests and drop-down tray tables. Even the “boot” is beautifully outfitted in matching carpet with cream piping.
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    Rolls-Royce never gave horsepower figures on their engines, but the big 6.75-liter V8 pulls like a steam locomotive and delivers awesome smoothness. Bosch fuel injection makes it reliable, too, and while saving one without proper service can be expensive, keeping it in top shape is quite reasonable if you have a good tech by your side. Fuel economy stinks, but this is a Rolls-Royce and you don’t care about such things anyway. GM supplied the TH400 3-speed automatic gearbox, and the full independent suspension rides like a hovercraft over broken pavement. Even the 4-wheel disc brakes are race-car sized and deliver impressive performance that’s never abrupt. Recent Kumho whitewall radials on the original wheels maintain the subtle look.
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    For the price of a Honda Accord, you could be driving this incredible Rolls-Royce. Don’t be afraid of the maintenance, and just imagine what the neighbors will think when they see you driving this to work every day. Call now!

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  • With so many highly-modified early Camaros running around, this 1969...

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    With so many highly-modified early Camaros running around, this 1969 SS350 is a refreshing find. It carries its matching-numbers small block V8, and hasn’t been transformed into something it’s not. Heck, it doesn’t even have a cowl-induction hood! If you like them honest, then perhaps this slick hardtop will appeal to you.
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    Daytona Yellow looks awesome on the early Camaros, and this one sports early-style hockey stick stripes instead of the usual front-to-back SS units. There’s no way to conclusively identify a real SS, of course, but this one has all the clues, with and the fact that someone didn’t feel obligated to put RS hidden headlights on it is a big plus for many collectors. The car was restored some years ago and has obviously been driven and enjoyed, but aside from a bit of normal shelf wear, it still presents quite well. The paint shines up beautifully with a bit of patina that looks just fine, and the details are still crisp, from the chrome hood inserts to the chrome “gills” in the rear quarter panels. The blacked-out SS grille and ducktail spoiler are traditional SS styling cues, and the chrome bumpers still sparkle. If you’re looking for a Camaro that looks authentic, this one nails it.
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    Camaro interiors are already pretty nice, so there’s not much point in modifications when you’re going for a stock look. As a result, the replacement seat covers in this SS are duplicates of the originals, right down to the headrests, which were federally-mandated in 1969. The original gauges are in the dash, but since this particular Camaro didn’t come with a tach or auxiliary gauge package, it has gained an Auto Meter tach, plus oil pressure and temperature gauges under the dash. A Hurst cue ball shifter lives atop the 4-speed gearbox, and without a console, you can tell this Camaro means business. Even the original AM radio still lives in the dash, another reassuring clue that suggests the restorer took performance seriously. The trunk is spartan at best, but it’s also clean and solid, ready for your gear.
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    The engine is the original, numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8 the car was born with in Norwood, Ohio all those years ago. The upgrades it has received are of the bolt-on variety, so if you’re into 100% factory correct, it’ll be easy to achieve here. On the other hand, this sucker runs so well you’d be crazy to mess with it. There’s a Holley 4-barrel on an Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake which makes for some entertaining high-RPM abilities, and the long-tube headers bolster the already substantial torque curve, making this a car that loves to rev but is happy in stop-and-go traffic. Chevy Orange paint reminds us this is a Camaro, but upgrades like the accessory drive system, aluminum valve covers, and open-element air cleaner add some personality. It’s backed by a 4-speed and a 12-bolt that are easily up to the job of putting the power down. A Flowmaster dual exhaust gives it a snappy exhaust note, and you can’t help but be impressed by how clean it is underneath. Traditional Rally wheels wear staggered 205/70/14 front and 245/60/14 rear BFG radials for just the right rake.
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    Complete with Protect-O-Plate and owner’s manual, this is a clean Camaro that only tries to be exactly what it is. Call today!

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  • Let’s cut right to the heart of the matter: if you show up in this 1988...

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    Let’s cut right to the heart of the matter: if you show up in this 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, you are well and truly The Man. Nobody will check the production date and nobody will care about anything other than the famous grille and Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. And with those features so prominently displayed, nobody will realize that they could own this A-list Roller for the price of a garden-variety Chevy Malibu.
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    Rolls-Royce is a company dictated by tradition, which was why styling changes so seldom. As a result, the cars always look big and impressive with a presence that no other manufacturer has ever been able to match. And clad in black, driving this car is like wearing an Armani suit everywhere you go. Fit and finish are, of course, extremely good with the paint showing a few signs of age but still worthy of the finest motorcar in the world. A black Everflex top (which is a very British way of saying “vinyl”) adds an air of formality to the big Silver Spur and improves the already impressive levels of quiet inside. The chrome is of a quality that most motorists have never seen before, and even after several decades it shows a brilliant luster and depth that befits a car that originally cost more than an average American home. Euro-style headlights were one of the few visible signs that Rolls-Royce was adapting to changing styles and technology, but they look great flanking the German Silver grille.
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    Acres of tan leather are really the reason you buy a Rolls-Royce. No other car in the world can offer this one’s combination of natural materials and meticulous hand assembly. The seats in particular look spectacular, with virtually zero wear on any of the seating surfaces, including the driver’s. That’s real burled walnut on the dash, a single piece of wood perfectly cut, polished, and varnished like a fine piece of furniture, and the carpets are wool, not some synthetic fiber. There’s an impressive array of instrumentation and switchgear, all of it designed to be satisfying to the eye and the fingertip, and even though it was built in 1988, there’s not much plastic outside of the Delco-sourced AM/FM/cassette stereo which is to be expected (Rolls-Royce wasn’t in the radio-building business, after all). The rear compartment is as decadent as you’d expect, with limousine-like legroom and a full bar behind the front seats complete with crystal decanters and glasses. The massive boot is superbly finished and quite cavernous, so no need to pack light for road trips.
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    Rolls-Royce’s “six-and-three-quarter” litre V8 is smooth and torquey, moving the big sedan with the fluid ease of a master butler. With appropriate maintenance, these are quite reliable machines and paired with a GM 3-speed automatic transmission, it’s no more expensive to own and operate than any other luxury machine. Suspension, exhaust, brakes, and other mechanical components are all carefully engineered to be unobtrusive yet supremely competent and the hushed V8 tones of the exhaust system whisper with power and distinction. Subtle hubcaps and 235/70/15 Michelin whitewall radials belie the car’s stature, but that’s entirely the point—no need to show off, my good sir!
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    We won’t tell anyone how affordable this Rolls-Royce is and you can merely let them speculate at the rich and famous who might be riding with you. Call today!

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  • 1957 Thunderbird Project/Parts car

    1957 Thunderbird Project/Parts car

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  • Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer th is Wicked 1969 Pro Street...

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    Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer th is Wicked 1969 Pro Street Chevelle

    Body is nice all steel except for glass hood paint is 8 out of 10 black w white strips.
    Interior is blacknice shape with 4 point cage and carpeted rear area nice headliner. Nice chrome all around.
    New rear tires 31x18.50x15ladder bar set up.
    Cooled by Large Aluminum radiator electric water pump and dual flex-a-lite fans.

    Drivetrain-Transmission is turbo 400 reverse manual with trans brake(not hooked up) and Neal Chance
    bolt together stall(they start at 2000.00!!).Custom driveshaft ford 9 inch w/4.88 gears strange axles and spool.

    Motor is 468 w/estimated 600 hp -forged 10.5 pistons steel crank SFI damper aluminum heads w/stud girdles solid cam with .650 lift
    team g intakeBG carb and more-runs coolRuns on pump gas! Exhaust is 3 inch dumped at axle.
    Nice carstarts right up Sounds awesome!!!!!

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  • 2012 Cadillac CTS 3.6L / V6 Fuel Injected. 27 mpg highway / 18...

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    2012 Cadillac CTS 3.6L / V6 Fuel Injected. 27 mpg highway / 18 mpg city. 6 speed Automatic transmission. Rear wheel drive. Painted Crystal Red Tintcoat. Gray leather bucket seats with full console. Driver / front passenger climate controls. Power windows / power door locks. Keyless entry paired with a remote ignition. Passenger multi-adjustable power seat. Front power Memory Seat along with front power Lumbar Support. Front heated seat. Leather steering wheel. Cruise control. Steering wheel mounted controls with a Telescopic Steering column. Interval wipers. Driver / Passenger Airbags. Electrochromic Interior rearview mirror. Heated exterior mirror paired with a power adjustable exterior mirror. Fog lights. Tire pressure monitor. Rear window defogger. Automatic Headlights and daytime running lights. Anti-brake system with 4-Wheel ABS. Front and rear disc brakes with Electronic Brake Assistance. Vehicle Stability Control system and limited Slip Differential. Electronic Parking Aid. Trunk Anti-Trap device. Traction control. Standard seating is up to five people. Alloy wheels with 235/50R18 tires. Cargo Net with cargo area tie-downs. Only 6,852 miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any other vehicle in our immense inventory. Allow some luxury in your life by taking this special Cadillac on your next adventure for $35,900

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  • 1971 GMC Jimmy 350 cui with Edelbrock intake / carb. TH350...

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    1971 GMC Jimmy 350 cui with Edelbrock intake / carb. TH350 Automatic transmission. 4&amp;#215;4. Painted Cranberry Red with Antique White top. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Flowmaster dual exhaust with headers. Griffin Aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Chrome valve covers / air cleaner. Black vinyl bucket seat interior with console. In-dash tach. AM Delco radio. Air Conditioning. 15&amp;#8221; Wheels. Showing 2,530 miles. Website link to youtube &lt;a href=&quot;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDcKcD6yfYQ&quot;&gt;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDcKcD6yfYQ Call (830)629-4843 for more information this or any of our GMC inventory. Be the king of the roads when you cruise around town in a Jimmy for $34,900

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  • 1968 Plymouth Satellite Hardtop 440cid with Mopar aluminum...

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    1968 Plymouth Satellite Hardtop 440cid with Mopar aluminum heads, MSD ignition, March billet pulley and bracket system, Edelbrock Performer intake, Edelbrock carb, Mopar Performance aluminum valve cover and air cleaner. Aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission with column shift. Power four wheel Wilwood disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with Hedman Hedders. Factory AC. Lift off hood. Rear spoiler. 16&amp;#8221; front and 17&amp;#8221; rear Eagle alloys. AM/FM/CD stereo. Showing 73k miles. Midnight Blue with black out hood. Black bench seat interior. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mopar inventory. Beautiful blue &amp;#8217;68 that is ready to get you to the show quick for $39,900

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  • 1965 Ford Mustang 2 dr Fastback Date Code Correct 289 cui. Borg...

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    1965 Ford Mustang 2 dr Fastback Date Code Correct 289 cui. Borg Warner 5 speed manual transmission. 2.80:1 rear gears. Freshly Painted Rally Red and Graphite Gray stripe. Black vinyl Pony deluxe bucket seat interior with headrests, full console, and rear fold down seat. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with headers. Monte carlo bar. Carter carburetor. Hood scoop. Shelby Cobra gas cap. Carbon fiber design dash and console. Leather wrapped steering wheel. Rally Pac gauges. AM/FM/Cassette Jensen radio with Pioneer speakers. 17&amp;#8221; Charcoal Gray Torque Thrust wheels. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mustang inventory. Haul some HP in this fine Pony for $42,900

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  • 1947 Mercury 2dr. Sedan Coupe Period Correct Flathead V8 motor....

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    1947 Mercury 2dr. Sedan Coupe Period Correct Flathead V8 motor. 3 speed on the column manual transmission. Painted Emerald Green. Gray cloth bench seat interior. Stock brakes. Stock steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Electric fan. In-dash clock. Inside hood release. Factory AM radio (non-op). 15&amp;#8221; Factory wheels with Wide White Wall tires. Showing 3,800 miles on restoration. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Mercury inventory. Cruise around town in one of the nicest 47 Mercury&amp;#8217;s for half the cost of the build for $34,900

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  • 1952 Nash Rambler &amp;#8220;NASHTALGIA&amp;#8221; Wagon Custom...

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    1952 Nash Rambler &amp;#8220;NASHTALGIA&amp;#8221; Wagon Custom built multiple award winner and magazine car. LT-1 (corvette) engine. 700R4 auto overdrive transmission. Painted Surf green w/ hand painted woody wood grain. Custom interior w/ teal leather, custom console and dash, and roll cage. Ford 9&amp;#8221; rear w/ 4.11:1 posi. Power Wilwood four wheel disc brakes. Rack &amp;amp; pinion. Dual exhaust w/ Ultra Flows and cut outs. Vintage Air. AM/FM/CD. Custom work on the body: removed bumpers and custom roll pans, Mercedes E class headlights, Smoothed firewall and engine bay. Art Morrison chassis w/ Mustang II IFS &amp;amp; 4 link &amp;amp; coil overs, &amp;amp; tubular control arms. Ron Francis wiring. Sanderson headers and stainless pipe. Alum radiator w/ dual Spal elect fans. Billet Valve covers. Budnik Mercury wheels. Ididit billet tilt w/ Budnik carbon fiber wheel. AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges. Power bucket Seats. This is a one of a kind custom with only 204 miles on it. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this car or any other in our inventory. Own the Coolest Custom Nash built. END OF YEAR INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE PRICED AT $74,000!

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  • 1941 Nash Ambassador 6 Sedan Slipstream (model 4167) This is an...

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    1941 Nash Ambassador 6 Sedan Slipstream (model 4167) This is an original car (only maintenance work has been done, no restoration). 234.8 cui engine coupled with the original 3 speed manual transmission with Cruising Gear(overdrive). Paint is original (applied at factory, not a repaint) Shoal green and Whaler green. Tan and burgundy cloth interior is in impeccable condition. Original working AM radio. Original working Weather-Eye heater. Wide white wall tires on original 16 wheels. This is a National Show winner, and truly is as the day it was built. Only 42,713 miles Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic inventory. Add this jewel to your collection, or buy it and drive it for $29,900

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  • 1952 Willys Aero Custom Yellow paint with silver accents. ...

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    1952 Willys Aero Custom Yellow paint with silver accents. Custom Gray leather interior with buckets and custom console. Morrison Chassis with Mustang II type Independent front suspension. 9” Ford rear end with 3.70 posi. Power steering, Baer 4 wheel power disc brakes. 350 Ram Jet engine. 700R4 auto 4 speed transmission with Geni shifter. Custom Dual exhaust with ceramic coat headers. Custom built Stainless Steel fuel tank. Westach White face gauges. Lecarra steering wheel. Vintage Air. Incredible intricate custom features; a must see. You could be driving it and showing it next weekend. Call for more information on this or any of our classic customs (830) 629-4843. One of a kind Willys that is road or show ready for $99,000

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  • 1967 Buick GS400 400 cui. 3 Speed Automatic Transmission. 10...

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    1967 Buick GS400 400 cui. 3 Speed Automatic Transmission. 10 bolt rear end. Painted factory Arctic White (code C). Black vinyl bench seat interior (code 185). Power brakes. Power steering. Super Turbo dual exhaust with manifolds. Rear sway bar. Stock A/C. Tilt column. Remote driver side mirror. In-dash clock. Factory AM/FM radio. 14&amp;#8221; Factory wheels. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Buick inventory. Real deal Buick GS400 with Protect-O-Plate for

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  • 1962 Buick LeSabre 2 Door Sedan Custom Green Pearl metallic...

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    1962 Buick LeSabre 2 Door Sedan Custom Green Pearl metallic paint. Full Custom leather interior to include trunk compartment. Correct Nailhead 401 2bl engine with Turbine Drive Auto transmission. Power Brakes. Power Steering. Full Custom dual exhaust with ceramic coat headers. Custom built for this car Vintage Air system. Am/Fm CD stereo system. Heidt&amp;#8217;s coil overs on all four corners. Billet electronic ignition distributor. Billet Specialties wheels, 20” front and 22” rears. The ultimate in Buick cruiser. Call for information (830) 629-4843. Hit the open road with this one for $62,900

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  • 1953 Buick Special Delux Tourback Sedan 263cui straight eight...

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    1953 Buick Special Delux Tourback Sedan 263cui straight eight with 130 hp. Automatic transmission. Desert Tan and white exterior. White stock bench seating interior. Standard (as factory) brakes and steering. Push button AM radio. 15&amp;#8221; stock steel wheels with hubcaps and Coker wide white wall radials. Showing 75,215 miles. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic 1950&amp;#8217;s inventory. Cruise in Buick style for $22,900

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  • 1970 Pontiac Trans Am Numbers matching 400 cui / 345 hp V8...

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    1970 Pontiac Trans Am Numbers matching 400 cui / 345 hp V8 engine(Ram Air III). TH400 3 speed Automatic transmission. 12 bolt rear end. Painted Polar White with Blue stripe. Deluxe Medium Bright Blue Vinyl bucket seat interior with full console. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Magnaflow dual exhaust with manifolds. Front / Rear sway bar. In-dash clock and tachometer. Remote driver&amp;#8217;s mirror. AM/FM Delco radio. Ram Air IV equipped with side scoops and spoiler. 15&amp;#8221; Factory Rally wheels with Polyglas tires. Showing 12,461 miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Pontiac inventory. Cruise around town in an original numbers matching Trans Am for $74,900 Reduced to $69,900

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  • 1998 Porsche 911 Convertible (993) 3.6l air cooled. 6 speed...

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    1998 Porsche 911 Convertible (993) 3.6l air cooled. 6 speed manual transmission. Black leather interior with factory racing seats. Power four wheel disc brakes. Power steering. 38,216 actual miles. Alpine AM/FM/CD/DVD system. Power top. Power locks. Power windows. Power mirrors. Cruise control. Porsche ground effects lower body moldings. 18&amp;#8221; Wheels. Alarm system. Last of the Air Cooled 993 models. &lt;a href=&quot;http://youtu.be/zzo7ziYTC3E&quot;&gt;Here is the YouTube link: Call (830) 629-4843 for more information or for directions to the showroom. Do some major performance touring today for $49,900 marked down $39,900

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  • 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 RUMBLE BEE #0819 Solar Yellow with black...

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    2005 Dodge Ram 1500 RUMBLE BEE #0819 Solar Yellow with black Rumble Bee stripe and rear spoiler. Gray bucket seat interior with folding center console. Powered by 5.7L / 345hp Hemi Magnum V-8. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power disc brakes. Air Conditioning. Cruise control with steering wheel controls. Power windows. Power locks. Power remote mirrors with defrost. Overhead console with digital travel center (trip, mpg, temp, compass, clock.) Tilt column. Dual air bags. Auxiliary power outlet. Cargo lamp. Cup holders. Sliding rear glass. Undercover brand, hard, tonneau cover (painted to match.) Billet aluminum fuel door and 20&amp;#8221; Ram alloy wheels. This Rumble Bee is number 819 out of a total production of 4,610 produced in 2005. Only 1,520 of which were Yellow 4&amp;#215;2s. Only 67,000 miles. For more on this vehicle, or any other in our classic inventory, call us at (830) 629-4843. Fly like a butterfly and Rumble in this Bee for only $24,900

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  • 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Low Mileage 5.7L Supercharged fuel...

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    1993 Chevrolet Camaro Low Mileage 5.7L Supercharged fuel injected motor. 6 speed manual transmission. Painted Bright Red. Two tone Gray cloth bucket seat interior with full center console. Power 4 wheel drilled / slotted disc brakes. Power Rack &amp;amp; Pinion steering. Dual exhaust with headers. Power seats. Tilt column. Cruise control. AM/FM/CD factory radio. Air conditioning. 19&amp;#8221; Alloy wheels. Showing 4,304 ORIGINAL miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our Camaro inventory. It&amp;#8217;s like driving this Camaro straight off the show room in 1993 for $24,900

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  • 1987 Chevrolet Aerocoupe with Glass T-Tops 5.0L HO 4bbl V8. 4...

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    1987 Chevrolet Aerocoupe with Glass T-Tops 5.0L HO 4bbl V8. 4 speed Automatic transmission with Overdrive. 10 bolt rear end. Factory Dark Maroon paint. Factory Maroon vinyl / cloth bucket seats with full console. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Rear sway bar. Factory air conditioning. Power windows / locks / twin mirrors. Leather wrapped wheel with tilt column. Cruise control. In-dash tach. AM/FM/Cassette Delco radio. Tinted glass. 15&amp;#8221; Factory wheels. Showing ORIGINAL 1,640 miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our Chevrolet classics. Show this low mileage 2 owner Aerocoupe at your next show and watch as it appreciates over time for $22,900

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  • 1979 Chevrolet Malibu Classic 4 door wagon Factory Rare 4 speed...

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    1979 Chevrolet Malibu Classic 4 door wagon Factory Rare 4 speed (#’s) match, with even less still in existence today. 305cui 4 bc (nom) with HEI ignition, chrome valve covers, and Edelbrock air cleaner assembly. Factory AC. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Rear defroster. Polar white exterior with blue split bench seat interior. Monte Carlo SS trim out and front end. 82,747k miles showing and believed to be original. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic wagons. Own a rare 4 speed wagon that will be the envy of every wagon owner for $14,900

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  • 1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup 396 cui / 390 hp big block chevy....

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    1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup 396 cui / 390 hp big block chevy. TH400 Automatic transmission. 12 bolt rear end. Painted Torch Red. Houndstooth bench seat interior. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with headers. Lowered 5 inches. Factory Air Conditioning. Factory in-dash tach. AM/FM/Cassette Audiovox radio. Tilt column. MSD ignition. Edelbrock intake. Demon carb. Electric door pops. 17&amp;#8221; Coy wheels. Showing 5,660 miles on frame off restoration. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevrolet inventory. Haul around your toys and take to your next show for $28,900

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  • 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Numbers matching 350 cui / 300 hp...

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    1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Numbers matching 350 cui / 300 hp sbc. TH350 3 speed Automatic transmission. 12 bolt rear end. Painted in Tuxedo Black and Artic White Stripes. Black vinyl bench seat interior. Power brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with headers. Edelbrock intake. HEI. Chrome valve covers / air cleaner. Air Conditioning. Autometer gauges with aftermarket dash. 15&amp;#8221; Factory wheels. Showing a little less than 1k miles on rebuild of a two owner car. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevelle inventory. Take to your next show or cruise the roads for $36,900

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  • 1971 Chevrolet Blazer 350 cui / 265 hp sbc. 4 speed manual...

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    1971 Chevrolet Blazer 350 cui / 265 hp sbc. 4 speed manual transmission. 10 bolt posi rear end with 3.73 gears. Freshly painted in original Olive Green (code 1506AA) &amp;amp; White top (code 1258AA). Dark green vinyl bucket seats with rear seat option. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo. 20&amp;#8221; Coys wheels. Showing 22,400 miles. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our Chevrolet inventory. Cruise around town or down the road to your next show in a Blazer for $36,900

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  • 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 cui / 375 hp replacement block....

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    1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 cui / 375 hp replacement block. 4 speed close ratio manual transmission. 12 bolt rear end. Painted correct Cortez Silver with Black stripe (code 69). Black vinyl bucket seat interior (code 756). Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Pypes dual exhaust with manifolds. Holley carburetor. Tinted glass. In-dash clock. In-dash tach. SS wheel. Factory radio. 14&amp;#8221; Factory SS wheels. Showing 25,834 miles. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevelle inventory. Drive an original Chevelle SS to your next show for $56,900

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  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Cross-Ram 302 cui (1968 replacement...

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    1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Cross-Ram 302 cui (1968 replacement block) with dual quads cross ram weiand intake / carburetor. 4 speed manual transmission. Painted Cortez Silver with Black stripes and Black vinyl top. Black vinyl bucket seat interior with full console and gauges. 12 bolt rear end. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Dual exhaust with headers. Radio delete. In-dash clock / tach. 15&amp;#8221; Factory Rally wheels. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Camaro inventory. Drive a real deal X33 Z/28 to your next show and take home some trophies with a rare Cross-Ram for $69,900

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  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 LS2 Aluminum heads engine. Tremec 5...

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    1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 LS2 Aluminum heads engine. Tremec 5 speed Manual transmission. 12 bolt posi trac rear end. Painted Daytona Yellow w/ Black stripes. Yellow houndstooth bucket seat interior with console. Power 4 wheel disc brakes. Power steering. Polished Aluminum intake. Electric fan with Aluminum radiator. Ceramic coated headers with dual exhaust. MSD ignition. Full gauge package with in-dash tach. Rosewood steering wheel w/ tilt column. Delco AM/FM factory radio. 17” Front / 18” Rear OZ wheels. Showing 2,820 miles on frame-off build. Real deal X33 Z/28 Camaro. Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our Camaro inventory. Drive this bad boy to your next car show with no worries for $79,900

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  • 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Tuxedo Black with Black vinyl roof,...

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    1968 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Tuxedo Black with Black vinyl roof, and Black bucket seats. 327/ 275hp as stock with correct air cleaner, valve covers, hoses, clamps, and all markings. 4 speed manual transmission. 10 bolt GM rear with 3.08 gears. Power Brakes. Power steering. Stock dual exhaust with manifolds. Delco AM radio. Rosewood steering wheel. Windshield washers. 15” steel wheels with dog dish caps and Firestone Wide Oval poly tires. This is a fully restored as to original specification Camaro. Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Camaro inventory. Black on Black on Black beauty is show, collection, or drive it today for

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  • 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 cui big block chevy with Holley...

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    1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 cui big block chevy with Holley carberator and weiand intake. 4 speed manual transmission. 12 bolt rear end. Painted Butternut Yellow. Correct Black vinyl bucket seat interior with full console and clock. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Flowmaster dual exhaust with manifolds. Air Conditioning. March serpentine system. Be Cool Aluminum radiator with electric fan. Accel HEI. Lecarra leather wrapped wheel with tilt column. Tachometer. AM/FM Custom Autosound radio. Rear antenna. Factory 15&amp;#8221; Wheels. Website link to youtube &lt;a href=&quot;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSjVweDUaeE&quot;&gt;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSjVweDUaeE Call (830)629-4843 for more information on this or any of our classic Chevelle inventory. Drive the real deal Chevelle SS (code 13817) to your next show for $49,900

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