GREAT PROJECT CAR!!!Read more
1966 Ford Thunderbird for sale (IDAHO) -...
GREAT PROJECT CAR!!!Read less
1966 Ford Thunderbird for sale (IDAHO) - $7999
Transmission rebuilt, fresh engine have receipts 428 CID! New brakes w/ new rotors and drums. over $4000.00 in parts! Good body.
Please call Barry @ 208 358 5856 to see the car.
You may view the vehicle @ www.timelessautosales.com facebook page.
1963 FORD T BIRD HARD TOP for sale (PA) - $19,900Read more
1963 FORD T BIRD HARD TOP for sale (PA) - $19,900Read less
AMERICAN CLASSIC. 76,500 MILES. TURQUOISE AND IVORY. 390 ENGINE 300 H.P. CONTINENTAL WHEEL KIT. INTERIOR COMPLETELY RESTORED. NEW CARPET, NEW PAINT, NEW HEADLINER, POWER BRAKES, STEERING AND WINDOWS, AUTO TRANS.
PRIMARY STOCK PHOTO IS NOT ACTUAL BUT ALL OTHERS ARE.
Please call Don @ 570 875 7264 to view the car.
You may view the vehicle @ www.timelessautosales.com facebook page
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible for sale (WI) - $38,000Read more
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible for sale (WI) - $38,000Read less
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible with a 350 cu in Oldsmobile V8-2 bbl carburetor and 3 speed turbo 350 automatic transmission.
It has a power control convertible top.
This is an older restoration and paint job but it still looks great.
It starts-runs and drives as designed.
All the accessory's work as they should.
The engine idle is a little uneven-may be and intake or carburetor issue but does not affect the performance of the car.
New battery, oil and filter were changed less than 500 miles ago.
The transmission and rear end fluids were change last year.
The brakes-suspension and exhaust were inspected and no problems found.
The points have been change to petronix breaker-less ignition.
This is a great looking convertible cruiser with very little modification to its original design.
Please call Jim @ 262-749-0890
1957 Chevy Belair Convertible 210 (WI) - $16,000Read more
*Frame restoration in...
1957 Chevy Belair Convertible 210 (WI) - $16,000Read less
*Frame restoration in 1994, painted with Imron paint.
*Exterior: Dark Med Blue Metallic of a 1994 T Bird.
*custom interior and finished trunk.
*350cuin Tune Port fuel injected engine
*3.36 posi tracion rear end-the rear end is the original 1957 differential.
*has over 26,000 miles on it since the restoration
*gets approx 16 to 18 mpg.
There are some rock and stone chips in the paint that come with this many miles. It starts and runs great-with plenty of performance- a pleasure to cruse in. The look of the 1957 but the ride and feel of a 1990's vehicle!!
There are MANY additional options installed. Please contact seller for more information
Jim @ 262-749-0890
1970 Ford F100 Step Side for sale (NY) - $11,800Read more
1970 Ford F100 8' Step...
1970 Ford F100 Step Side for sale (NY) - $11,800Read less
1970 Ford F100 8' Step side long bed these are very rare
2nd owner for 32 years; it has 107800 miles on the body and 7,800 miles on the rebuild 12 years ago. Two wheel drive four speed c5 automatic transmission.
Rebuilt from the Cassie up. All new interior, Rebuilt 300/6 engine, Ford 9" rear end, Rebuilt C5 4 speed automatic transmission...all new wiring, brake lines, steering box, king pins, Radiator, Tires and rims. And much more. Spent most of it's life in San Antonio Texas so it never saw much New York rust.
Trades considered looking for John Deere compact tractor tractor or an excavator etc.
This is on the road and can be driven on trips
Contact Marcus @ 518-578-1950
The E60 M5 was the first production Luxury Sedan to feature a V-10...Read more
The E60 M5 was the first production Luxury Sedan to feature a V-10 Engine and a 7-Speed transmission. This powerful sport sedan was a result of BMW's ties to Formula One racing and at the time of its release was the quickest sports sedan available. Being such a quick and powerful sedan, this car has a launch control feature that works with the SMG III 7-Speed transmission to help the driver cleanly accelerate from a standstill as quickly as the car could possibly go. An "M" button can be found on the dashboard allowing the driver to select 3 different settings; P400 which "limits" the power delivery to approximately 395 HP, P500 which allows the engine to deliver its full 500 HP, and the 500S which also allows full power and sharper throttle response.
This car comes with a newly re-built S85 V-10, including the 2008 updated VANOS components, necessary oil lines and solenoids. Also updated were bank 1 and bank 2 throttle actuators, (engine supplier warrants the engine for 2 years/30,000 miles). Also recently serviced were the clutch and brakes front and rear.
This car wears Indianapolis Red Metallic paint and has a beautiful black leather interior with brushed aluminum accents. The M5 is a really tough looking car with its larger fender flares, 19" wheels wrapped in meaty tires, the front bumper with larger inlets, and four shiny exhaust tips exiting the rear bumper. It has been cared for very well; it still has the factory door sill protection stickers on the door sills and is very clean inside and out.Read less
396ci V8**, Muncie 4-Speed**, Hurst Shifter**, New Paint**, Runs and...Read more
396ci V8**, Muncie 4-Speed**, Hurst Shifter**, New Paint**, Runs and Drives Excellent**
This restored, numbers matching '68 Chevelle SS has a 396 V-8/325 Hp, a Muncie 4 speed gearbox with a Hurst Shifter, MSD Ignition, Hayes Clutch, and Edelbrock Timing Chain and Gears. The Matador Red Bodywork with the black vinyl interior and black convertible top is an awesome color combination. Paint is new and professionally applied, all chrome is beautiful and free of dings, wheels look great, convertible top is excellent. The interior is in great shape; all the switches and buttons are present on the dash, other than the addition of a few extra gauges added below the dash the interior looks original. The car has a great sounding idle and sounds even better when going through the gears on the road.
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1= Chevrolet Division
38= SS 396
67= 2-Door Convertible
B= Baltimore, MD. Assy Plant
218157= Production Sequence #
This car is in very nice condition; the interior shows very well with...Read more
This car is in very nice condition; the interior shows very well with most knobs and switches where they should be, leather is in good condition and looks to be original. The exterior of the car looks very good with what looks to be original chrome, seals and lights which are all in good condition, according to the trim tag this car left the factory in Turquoise, but the Red paint looks very nice with no signs of the original Turquoise. Lift the hood of this car and you will find a Wildcat 445 engine; also called the Nailhead in the Electras. The 445 was not the Cubic Inch displacement of the engine, but the foot pounds of torque produced by the engine. This car is a great example of one of the luxury, top of the line Buicks of the '60's!Read less
This Buick is a very well done custom built Skylark. Receipts adding up...Read more
This Buick is a very well done custom built Skylark. Receipts adding up to over $30k for the build of this custom car show that this Skylark was restored with no expense spared! Don't miss out on this awesome Skylark!
-3 Speed Automatic Transmission
-4 Barrel Carburetor
-Accel Plug Wires
-Custom Painted Air Cleaner
-Custom Bucket Seats - Excellent Upholstery
-3 Extra gauges integrated in dash
-Carpet is new
-Door Panels are in excellent condition
-Headliner is in great condition
-Tach mounted in front of shifter in painted bezel
-Custom TwoTone metallic paint w/Pin Stripe - Excellent Condition
-Bumpers and Trim Painted to match body - all in Excellent condition
-Lights/Lenses in excellent condition
-17" American Racing Polished Aluminum wheels
Hopping into the drivers seat of this Chevelle will really take you back...Read more
Hopping into the drivers seat of this Chevelle will really take you back to the Muscle Car era. The Kraco AM/FM Cassette player, 4-Speed Hurst shifter on the floor, bench seat, and matching interior will really take you back. The interior color compliments the exterior color very well. The healthy 396 V-8 that has a number of upgrades; including Edelbrock Intake Manifold, Demon Carb, MSD Ignition with Taylor wires, and Hedman Headers sounds great and pushes out a lot of power. Chrome bumpers, chrome grille, and deep dish rallye wheels really finish off the look of the exterior.Read less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1966 Ford Mustang for...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1966 Ford Mustang for purchase. When Ford introduced the 1st generation of Mustangs they flipped the entire automotive industry on its ear. The unibody design was much smaller, lighter, and more rigid than anything available. The long hood could accommodate a variety of engine configurations including a high performance V8. Along with the innovative design, the styling of these Mustangs has never gone out of style.
This 1966 Mustang Coupe features a rebuilt 302ci V8 paired with an automatic transmission. It comes out of California and is a very nice find. The sheet metal and underneath photos reflect the care this car has had over its nearly 50 years of life, and the very low miles. These cars will never go out of style and are a very safe investment. Please call or email for details!
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.comRead less
This Oldsmobile Cutlass S shows just 26,696 miles. It is in excellent...Read more
This Oldsmobile Cutlass S shows just 26,696 miles. It is in excellent condition; the paint has a showroom shine, and the interior shows very little signs of wear. The chrome bumpers are ding free and really set off the chrome/body colored wheels. This car has factory A/C along with an aftermarket CD player. The car has the 350ci "Rocket" V-8 which has a 4 barrel carburetor, producing about 180 horsepower. This was the last of the Cutlass' that had a large V-8 engine, the 1973 energy crisis caused Oldsmobile to produce a much smaller version of the V-8 and a V-6 for the later model Cutlass.
G- Cutlass 'S'
37- Collonade Hardtop Coupe
K- 350 V8 4 Barrel Carb.
M- Lansing Michigan Assembly Plant
502976- Production Number
Trim Tag Decode:Read less
3AG37= Oldsmobile Cutlass 'S' 2 Door
BDY 607697= Production Sequence Number
LAN= Lansing Assembly Plant
07C= 3rd Week of July Build Date
943= Blue Cloth Interior Trim
PNT 26D= Zodiac Blue, Blue Vinyl Top
A52= Bench Seat
B85= Wide Exterior Molding
This is a great example of a clean Camaro IROC Z/28. Produced the same...Read more
This is a great example of a clean Camaro IROC Z/28. Produced the same year as the 20th Anniversary Camaro Convertible, this is a very clean example inside and out. The paint looks great, interior shows little wear, and the gold/alloy wheels, pinstripes, and badges really set off the look of this car. T-Tops are another great feature on this car, remove them and enjoy a sunny day cruising in this IROC. This is definitely a head turner with power to back up the looks. The 5.7L V-8 under the hood sounds great and provides plenty of power driven through a new for 1987 Borg Warner rear end.Read less
This is a local car, originally bought new in Holland and had been in...Read more
This is a local car, originally bought new in Holland and had been in the possession of a local family for a number of years. The car has undergone a style restoration/upgrade to an SS package with SS hood, spoilers, SS and 350 Badges.
The Granada Gold paint and body are in great shape on this car. The White top and Granada Gold really keep the late '60's styling alive. The interior beautifully matches the exterior. The car has the original 327 engine, the only upgrade to the engine is that it has a 4 barrel carb setup rather than the original 2 barrel.
Paint is in good shape, chrome is clear and shows no pitting, wheels are in very good shape, top looks great with no tears or stains, interior looks great; overall this is a very clean car.Read less
This 1964 Bonneville we offer for sale is a highly optioned, beautiful...Read more
This 1964 Bonneville we offer for sale is a highly optioned, beautiful example. The Marimba Red Paint and body are in excellent condition, with all lenses/lights in great condition, chrome trim is clear and free of pitting, and seals are in good shape. The matching interior is also in excellent condition; carpeting is very nice, leather seats are in like new condition. Under the hood the car has a 389 V-8 4bbl high compression motor rated at 303 HP mated to a 4-speed manual floor shifter. This car also features; a factory Tach, Power Steering, 8-Lug Aluminum wheels, Power Brakes, optional seat belts, Air Conditoning, Power Bucket Driver's Seat, special order bucket seats, Power Windows, Power Antenna, and Power Top. This car was owned by one family since new before we acquired the car. The odometer shows 17k for miles, but we believe that it has turned over 100k. Overall this is a beautiful car in great shape with a number of desirable factory options.
P= Pontiac Michigan Assembly Plant
4539= Production sequence number
Trim Tag Decode:Read less
Style 64-2867= 1964 Coupe/Convertible
Trim 96B= Red Morrokide
Body 160= Production number
Paint L-1= Marimba Red with Ivory convertible top
This Chevy C10 is a big, tough Truck; a 350 V-8 can be found under the...Read more
This Chevy C10 is a big, tough Truck; a 350 V-8 can be found under the hood, 16" Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires, upgraded suspension, and custom exhaust with dual chrome tips. This truck has the shorter 115" wheel base of the two that were offered in 1972 and 6' Fleetside bed. This truck is off road ready!Read less
This gorgeous Corvette is finished in the factory correct color of...Read more
This gorgeous Corvette is finished in the factory correct color of Riverside Red, accented by a white top and black interior. Under the hood a numbers matching 'RE' Coded L76 V8 engine can be found. This Corvette has been restored in a frame-on manner as close to factory specs as possible - not 'over-restored'. Because of this, areas of overspray can be seen mimicking factory overspray, also thinner paint in a few areas, and small 'bumps' left along front hood cowl from factory molds. The interior is very nicely restored and is finished in the correct color of Black. This Vette runs and sounds great - the throaty V8 sounds amazing through the side pipes!
Numbers Matching L76 327ci V8 - 365hp, 4 Barrel Carburetor
4.11 Gears - According to Differential stamp numbers
Side Exit Exhaust
Power Drum Brakes - Front
Mechanical Drum Brakes - Rear
Engine Number Decode:
F= Flint Production Plant
0930= Sept. 30th Production Date
RE= High Performance 365hp 327ci L76 V8 w/4BBL Carb
Riverside Red (Code 923) - This Vette's original color
Paint is in Great condition
Body is straight with excellent panel fitment
Chrome looks to be original and is in very good condition.
Exterior Trim and badging in great shape
Lights and Lenses all in excellent condition
Underbody is very clean and all components are in great condition.
White Convertible top is in great condition
15" Alloy Kelsey Hayes Style wheels
Black Bucket Seats in great condition - Original Factory Color (STD Code)
Carpet is in great shape
Dashboard is in great condition and is free of cracks
All Gauges work
Door Panels are in great condition
Delco AM/FM Radio
All knobs and trim pieces present and in good condition
Trim Tag Decode:
Style 64 867= 1964 Base Corvette Convertible
Trim STD= Standard Black Trim
10 63= October 1963 Production Date
Paint 923AA= Riverside Red
VIN Decode:Read less
S= St.Louis Missouri Production Plant
103659= Production Sequence Number
Targa**, G50 Manual Transmission**, Color Matched Fuchs Wheels**, Very...Read more
Targa**, G50 Manual Transmission**, Color Matched Fuchs Wheels**, Very Nice Interior**, Maintenance Records**, Clean AutoCheck Report**
This desirable air-cooled Carrera has many features along with a very clean interior and exterior. This vehicle features the new for '87 G50 manual Transmission, mated to the reliable 3.2L Flat-6 engine. The exterior features forged Fuchs wheels that are color matched with the Grand Prix White paint, a factory rear spoiler, "periscope" third brake light, and a Targa top that is in great working order and condition. The tool roll, spare tire, and books are present under the bonnet. The burgundy interior is crisp; the leather seats are in very good condition with power driver's seat, Momo Monte Carlo steering wheel and Momo shift knob, Sony stereo, and door panels that are in very good condition. We have many service records for this well taken care of Carrera including 45k, 60k, and 75k service. We have also done a dry compression test showing 165 lbs per cylinder with only a plus or minus 2% variance. This vehicle has both AutoCheck and CarFax reports that are clean. The prices of the air-cooled 911's have continually risen over the past few years; this example with moderate mileage, and being in very good condition overall is sure to follow that trend.
Offered For Sale By:
176 E.Lakewood Blvd. Holland, Mi. 49424
Financing Options Available**Read less
TOP SHELF CAR , ALL ORIGINAL WITH ALL THE GOODIES . VERY EARLY 442 ,...Read more
TOP SHELF CAR , ALL ORIGINAL WITH ALL THE GOODIES . VERY EARLY 442 , COULD POSSIBLY BE THE FIRST ONE EVER BUILT . LIMITED HISTORY AVAILABLE ON OLDSMOBILE , ANY ACCURATE INPUT WOULD BE APPRECIATED . THIS CAR WAS BUILT IN THE 4TH WEEK OF OCTOBER , 1963 . FOUND A CONVERTIBLE BUILT IN NOVEMBER , NOTHING EARLIER .Read less
The 450 SL also known as the C107 was a very long run of luxury...Read more
The 450 SL also known as the C107 was a very long run of luxury convertibles built by Mercedes lasting almost 20 years. Some might say that the SL cars of this era were the best looking cars Mercedes Benz produced, even to this day.
The car we are offering here is finished in Silver Blue Metallic with matching factory hard-top with a blue soft-top and blue interior. This car has very low miles, covering just over 36,000 miles from new. It is a two-owner car that is in very nice condition. The car has just received a full service and is ready to be enjoyed. There is one issue that needs to be mentioned. The rear quarter panel on the passenger side has a couple flaws. There is a 6” scratch just above the wheel. We have included a picture for your review.
The engine is a 4.5 Liter V8 mated to the 3-speed automatic transmission. The tires and brakes are fantastic and the car runs, drives and stops as it should.
These 107’s are becoming increasingly popular and the values have risen sharply in that last couple of years.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.comRead less
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2004 Lexus SC 430 Convertible...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2004 Lexus SC 430 Convertible for purchase. The SC 430 was introduced as Lexus' new generation of sport coupes. It was powered by a 4.3 liter V8 which generated 300 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque producing 0 – 60 times of 5.9 seconds and sped through a quarter mile in just under 14 seconds. To compliment its power is a sport suspension creating amazing stability of its nearly 4000 pound curb weight and powerful brakes bringing the car from 60mph to a halt in only 121 feet. The most defining characteristic of the SC 430 is the retractable hard top that when in the closed position the car is as true of a coupe as a fixed roof car, when the roof is open, the car transforms in to a true roadster offering an awesome open air experience where luxury truly meets performance. The roof completely stows away into the rear compartment giving the car some of the cleanest lines of any modern day cabriolet.
This SC 430 comes highly optioned and well maintained. If features new tires, leather trimmed interior, heated front seats, wood & leather steering wheel w/ audio controls & cruise control, navigation system, 9-speaker 240 watt premium sound system, 6-disc CD changer, rear wind deflector, torque activated powertrain control, electronic throttle control system with “snow and power” mode, speed sensing power rack and pinion steering, and 18” aluminum alloy wheels. This car is truly the best of all worlds giving the owner a sporty coupe, a fun roadster, and a beautiful luxury ride. Please call or email for more details!
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.comRead less
<p>This tribute to the famous COPO (Central Office Production Order)...Read more
<p>This tribute to the famous COPO (Central Office Production Order) Camaro painted Daytona Yellow is powered by a GM big block 396 V8 engine (casting #3955272) with a 4-bbl carburetor while power is put to the ground via a Muncie M21 close ration 4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt rear with 4:10 gears. This big block exhales through a dual high performance 3” aluminum exhaust system with full-length headers.</p>Read less
<p>The bare bones black vinyl interior has only what’s needed! As with factory racecars of the day, there is no radio and no power robbing air conditioning to save weight.</p>
<p>The correct body colored steel wheels with dog dish caps shod with raised white letter BF Goodrich tires completes the look of this amazing COPO Recreation.</p>
<p>Contact our sales department today for information on how to park this sleeper in your driveway!</p>
The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is undeniably one of the most attractive...Read more
The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is undeniably one of the most attractive pony cars of all time, and with the 50th anniversary of the Mustang upon us, wouldn’t it be awesome to show up at events with this Acapulco Blue Mach 1? Cars like this get big respect on the street as well as the show field, and few cars are as rock-solid as far as investments go.Read less
Originally code E Aztec Aqua, which is a rather unusual color (for a reason), this gorgeous Mustang is a real-deal code 02 Mach 1 that includes all the upgrades that came with it. Super straight bodywork looks fabulous and good panel alignment ensures it’ll stand up to scrutiny at local shows. Mach 1 details like the chin and deck lid spoilers, blacked-out hood with scoop, and the rear window slats make this one of the most aggressive-looking Mustangs of the period, with performance to back it up. The two-stage urethane paint glows and correct Mach 1 stripes have been added along the flanks, just in case you didn’t notice all the other high-visibility cues that this is a potent pony. Hood pins, quarter panel scoops, and quad exhaust tips certainly don’t hurt, either. Given the price, it looks like someone has invested a ton of money in this build, so it’s like buying the restoration and getting the car for free.
The black bucket seat interior is standard Mach 1 fare and includes red highlights on the seat backs and vivid red floor mats that were a Mach 1 trademark. The door panels and seats are like new, while the rest of the interior has probably been freshened in the not-too-distant past. A woodgrained steering wheel works with the inserts on the door panels, the center console, and the gauge surrounds to give the Mach 1 an upscale air inside, a look that was purely intentional. Receipts show a fairly substantial pile of cash went into the interior, although some parts like the gauges themselves were nice enough in original condition to leave as-is. Settle yourself behind the wheel and you’ll note that the view is one of the most exciting in the entire muscle car world, complete with signal indicators on the back of the hood scoop. There’s also an AM/FM radio in the center stack and a nicely finished trunk with reproduction mats and a full-sized spare tire.
The H-code 351 cubic inch V8 delivered the right balance of muscle car torque and friendly handling to make it a winner in the Mach 1. Restored to stock specs, the 250 horsepower on tap are punchy enough to make this car a joy in traffic and comfortable out on the open road. The engine bay is fairly stock, with the only notable deviations being a set of chrome valve covers and a matching chrome alternator, but the little stuff like the hose clamps and reproduction decals are quite correct. Backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission, this really is a car that you can drive anywhere, anytime, and with 3.00 gears in the 9-inch rear, it’s a great highway cruiser. Glasspack-style mufflers offer a threatening engine note and styled steel wheels with 215/60/14 BFG radials always look right.
Documented with a Marti Report and tons of restoration receipts, this is perhaps the last of the affordable restored Mach 1s. You’ve always wanted one, now is the time to buy. Call today!
If you want to know what’s cool in cars, slide behind the wheel of this...Read more
If you want to know what’s cool in cars, slide behind the wheel of this 1963 Pontiac Bonneville convertible and watch what happens. The ultimate in ‘60s chic, the Bonneville is for guys who have it made but don’t much feel like driving around in their dad’s stuffy Cadillac, and it’s got the power to back it up.Read less
Painting it black only makes it look that much more massive, maybe about a city block long, but Pontiac designers nailed it with this one. Black is this car’s original color, so you know the guy who ordered a loaded triple-black Bonneville ragtop back in 1963 had his life together. It’s in great shape, not perfect, but certainly nice enough to wear black paint with pride and no glaring issues show up in the keeps-no-secrets finish. The doors fit well and the side trim lines up neatly, so you know they spent the time to get it right when it was time to put it back together. The stacked headlights were a Pontiac look that continued for years and influenced the entire industry, while the beautiful, almost delicate taillights give this car the look of something far more expensive. Bright chrome details provide just the right amount of contrast, but not so much that they make the car look heavy. The Pontiac guys got this one right!
Black bench seats provide enough room for six in the full-sized B-body ragtop, and in the top-of-the-line Bonneville, luxury came standard. The seats remain in good condition with some signs of age and wear, but the door panels look very good, the carpets are dark and not particularly worn, and that’s real walnut veneer on the dash. A wide speedometer is directly ahead of the driver, but a trio of auxiliary gauges is in the center of the dash and looks extremely sporty, making the Bonneville the ultimate luxury/muscle machine. An artfully designed steering wheel makes you feel important when you’re at the helm, and the car is optioned up with power windows and a power convertible top that mean you don’t even have to get out of your seat to enjoy open-air motoring. The factory radio is still in the dash, too, and the gorgeous panel ahead of the passenger with “BONNEVILLE” spelled out in block letters is extremely cool. The black convertible top is in excellent shape and with a black boot it gives the big convertible a very sleek look. And you know it’s made for road trips, because there’s a giant trunk with original mats and a full-sized spare tire.
Pontiac’s 389 cubic inch V8 was the top engine in 1963 and provides the kind of effortless power you’d expect from a car like this. It’s not all shiny and detailed under the hood, but the basic mechanical goodness of the engine can’t be denied and it purrs along on the highway without breaking a sweat. There are no major deviations from stock, so it’s going to be easy to keep it in top condition from here on out. A Hydra-Matic automatic transmission delivers power to the stock rear end, and aside from a new muffler, the undercarriage appears to be quite original. Handsome full wheel covers with spinners are fitted inside flashy 15-inch wide whitewall radials.
Luxury performance was never this good anywhere but in the Pontiac showrooms, and the top-of-the-line Bonneville still delivers traffic-stopping looks and plenty of punch on the open road. Call today!
Straight from the high-banked ovals of NASCAR, this 1968 Ford Torino GT...Read more
Straight from the high-banked ovals of NASCAR, this 1968 Ford Torino GT was the fastback aero champ of the late-60s, at least until the arrival of the Mopar winged wonders. With 390 cubic inches, an awesome color combination, and a very family-friendly interior, this should be your next muscle car.Read less
The fastback body style scales up from the Mustang pretty well, don’t you think? Big, bold, and looking seriously fast, this code T Candyapple Red Torino GT is all about street presence. The paint job was done a few years ago and certainly suits the fastback shape. There are a few flaws, of course, but none of them detract from the vintage NASCAR look that simply screams performance. White stripes highlight the wonderfully aggressive quarter panels without being excessive, and it wears GT badges with pride. Of course, the Torino was close to the top-of-the-line, so there’s still enough chrome to make sure it gets the point across, and it appears that the bumpers are new and the rest of the trim has been freshened for a very clean look. Perhaps more importantly, the glass remains in good original condition, particularly the giant rear window, which is surely borderline impossible to replace.
Red buckets flanking a slick center console make this car feel as sporty inside as it looks outside. The upholstery is in excellent condition, and even the driver’s seat shows a minimum of wear. Correct carpets are protected by some generic mats and it’s possible that the door panels are original, albeit in excellent condition. The dash has a racy look with four round pods for the gauges, but the Torino’s upscale mission is reflected in the steering wheel, which has a woodgrained insert and a cool horn ring. Factory A/C is a nice option, and the original AM radio is in the dash, supplemented by an AM/FM/8-track unit that was probably installed not too long after the car was built. The trunk opening is rather narrow, but once you’re in there, trunk space is impressive under that fastback roof line and includes a full-sized spare and jack assembly.
With 390 cubic inches pushing it around, this Torino has the moves to match its looks. The engine has been recently freshened with bright Ford Blue paint, chrome valve covers and air cleaner, and logs of upgrades. For show, there’s a new fan shroud and chrome details on the new dual reservoir master cylinder and shock tower brackets and a correct 390 decal was affixed to the air cleaner. It idles smoothly and pulls with mountainous torque, and if you want a big block you can drive every day, this is probably it. Twin Flowmasters give it a deep, performance voice and the Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission is durable enough to handle all that torque. The chassis isn’t detailed, but there are traces of red underspray on the floors, so you know it doesn’t have anything to hide and the door tag says there are 3.00 gears in the 9-inch rear, so it’s an easy cruiser. Factory styled steel wheels with 225/70/14 tires give it the right low, sleek look.
Documented with a factory build sheet, original bill of sale, and owner’s manual, this is an unusual Ford performance machine with a great pedigree. Call today!
This neat little 1967 Pontiac Firebird hits a lot of high notes and...Read more
This neat little 1967 Pontiac Firebird hits a lot of high notes and should be a must-look for anyone with a yearning for an early F-body. Here are the highlights (hope you’re sitting down): Numbers-matching, engine rebuilt in 2012, paint and interior done last March, factory A/C, lots of original paperwork, and it’s insanely affordable. You should probably call now because this Firebird probably won’t last until you’ve finished reading the rest.Read less
The appeal of a clean, well-executed early F-body is hard to deny. Sure, the later cars with all the spoilers and stripes get more attention, but look at how slick this neat little hardtop looks. Thanks to a good life with a caring owner, it looks fantastic and the paint, which fairly accurately replicates the Montreaux Blue Pontiac was using at the time. Bodywork was easy because the car was straight, but that doesn’t mean they just phoned it in. The gaps are pretty tidy, the hood lines up right, and without a rear spoiler, there’s no place for shoddy panel fit to hide. There’s a nice shine, too, which comes complements of two-stage urethane paint, which was applied in March of 2014. Good chrome and stainless, correct emblems, and no aftermarket add-ons give the car a quality look that doesn’t resort to extroverted antics to attract attention.
While the car was apart getting fresh paint, they made the wise decision to freshen the interior as well. Correct reproduction seat covers, door panels, and carpets went in, and the bright blue passenger compartment looks quite bright and clean today. The Pontiacs went for the upscale buyer, so a center console looks right at home, as does the center stack with a woodgrain veneer. The original steering wheel might betray its age, but otherwise the interior is quite nice. The A/C was serviced not too long ago and the factory AM radio is still in the dash, which should tell you about the owner’s dedication to keep it as it should be. Even the trunk was nicely finished with a reproduction mat and a spare tire with jack assembly.
Pontiac’s 326 cubic inch small block V8 provides plenty of punch in the relatively lightweight Firebird and was fully rebuilt to stock specs about a year and a half ago. It’s properly finished under the hood, albeit no longer detailed to show standards. However, the big air cleaner, Pontiac Turquoise engine enamel, and most of the hardware keeps it looking the way it’s supposed to. It starts easily and runs extremely well, with a smart V8 cackle from the twin Flowmaster pipes out back. With a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and stock rear end, it’s a comfortable car in traffic or on the highway, particularly with the A/C cranking. The underside shows that it has never been abused and is covered in a pretty uniform coating of satin black paint, so it looks clean and tidy without making you worry about taking it for a drive. The only real modification is a set of 17-inch Cragar mags, which carry 215/45/17 front and 235/45/17 rear Goodyear rubber.
With documents like the original warranty card and owner’s manual, this is an awesome driver with all the big stuff done and ready to enjoy. The look, the A/C, and the pedigree all come for free. Call today!
What’s more charming than a Model T with a wood body? This 1914 Model T...Read more
What’s more charming than a Model T with a wood body? This 1914 Model T offers brass-era personality and if you want a slam-dunk parade vehicle that’s a lot of fun to drive and always draws a crowd, it’ll be hard to top this neat little depot hack.Read less
Somehow this trucklet looks far more substantial than most Model Ts, perhaps due to the quality of the body’s construction. The familiar Model T brass radiator shell and fenders look great, but the body is what makes this one special. Bright green paint isn’t all that unusual, because Ford would, indeed, paint your depot hack colors other than black in 1914. The wood body is far from one of those goofy home-built jobs that are little better than the packing crates they’re made from, and it has a functional, rugged look that suits the T just fine. Note the curved front section that sweeps in to meet the cowl and the nicely-fitted doors that make it easy to clamber aboard and virtually disappear when they’re closed. OK, so weather protection is pretty light, but the fabric top is nicely finished and quite authentic-looking and it’s not like you’re going to try to drive this thing cross-country, right?
However, if you were to try a long road trip, you might find this depot hack a better choice than many other Model Ts. There’s room for six or seven inside, with an upright front bench, two middle chairs that offer access to the rear seat, which has a handy storage compartment underneath. As with all Model Ts, instrumentation is very rudimentary, offering only an ammeter and an ignition switch, plus the coil box on the dash. The controls will be easy enough to master once you’ve seen it done, and from behind the wheel, the depot hack feels substantial, not spindly like many of its siblings. Black leatherette upholstery is rugged and appropriate, and the wood is nicely finished inside and out and doesn’t look like it’s been exposed to the elements.
Ford’s tough little 4-cylinder engine will get you just about anywhere you want to go, provided you have the time. Fortunately, it has a few upgrades that will make it a far more appealing car to those of you who like to drive, including a 12-volt electrical system and an electric starter that spins the engine over with real vigor. As someone who has spent an afternoon cursing and shouting at a Model T with a hand crank starter, I’m telling you that this is a VERY big deal. We believe the engine is a 1925 model, so it has a few upgrades that came later, including a water pump instead of the thermo-syphon system, and it still has that jaunty exhaust note that makes these cars so charming. Rocky Mountain brakes are a welcome addition, particularly if you drive fully loaded, and it seems pretty content to pluck along at 30-35 MPH, which is plenty, believe me. Handsome 21-inch wood spoke wheels look right and carry 450/475-21 BFGoodrich Silvertown tires that are period-correct.
A fun little woody that really turns heads and is loaded with accessories like a Bermuda Bell and train whistle (that assembly you see hanging above the driver’s B-pillar), this is a 1-car parade that’s ready to enjoy. Call today!
Amazing what the right set of wheels can do for a car, right? This 1967...Read more
Amazing what the right set of wheels can do for a car, right? This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle is pretty stock, but with the lowered stance and shiny rolling stock, it takes on a whole new persona that totally gets all the attention. V8 power with a manual gearbox certainly helps, but only if you’re the lucky guy who gets to take it home at night.Read less
Marina Blue never looks wrong on a Chevy of any kind, but the mid-year Chevelles look especially sleek with their long, lean, unadorned look. It was repainted a few years ago and looks awesome for the local cruise nights and heading down the street, and you certainly won’t be ashamed to roll it out front for a full detail job next Saturday. Up close, there are a few blemishes, as you’d expect, but nothing major that detracts from the overall presentation. It’s nice to see a stock hood on a vintage Chevelle, and it certainly has the right indicators for performance, ranging from the SS grille to the crossed-flag emblems on the front fenders that warn potential predators that there’s a nasty surprise waiting for them. No stripes, no vinyl roof, no add-ons, just a clean, sleek Chevelle that looks fast just sitting still. Lots of the trim is new, including the bumpers and much of the stainless detail work, so it truly shines when you roll it out of the garage, and all the glass is new with fresh gaskets, weather-stripping, and felts so it seals up tight.
The bench seat means this car was built for speed as much as style, and you know we like the look of a 4-speed sticking out of the transmission tunnel like an industrial-strength horsepower lever. Factory gauges cover speed and fuel level, but with a car like this, you know that’s not sufficient, so a set of auxiliary gauges went under the dash in the usual place and a Sun Pro tach was neatly attached to the A-pillar and it really looks slick. Nice black upholstery looks brand new, including the reproduction seat covers, correct black carpets, and pleated door panels. And don’t worry about entertainment, because if you get tired of the V8 torque under your right foot, there’s an AM/FM stereo radio in the dash that fits so neatly you’d almost swear it was factory-installed. There are also under-dash neon lights that are purely for style points, but the effect is pretty slick.
The 350 cubic inch V8 provides enough punch to make this car extremely entertaining on the street. With all the usual goodies, from an Edelbrock intake and carb to the long-tube headers, it will make you forget about your desire for more power. It’s also nicely finished, with correct Chevy Orange paint and just enough chrome to show off. There’s lots of new equipment underneath the skin, too, including a new master cylinder, Hotchkiss sway bars, upgraded rear control arms, and a fresh gas tank and lines, so it’s ready to go. The underside has been cleaned up and doesn’t show any major signs of previous damage, and the dual exhaust with glasspack-style mufflers certainly knows how to get attention. And as I mentioned, those shiny chrome wheels and fat 225/60/15 BFG radials set it all off perfectly.
Clean turn-key Chevelles are getting harder to find all the time, and if you’re looking to just get in and start having fun, this one represents a very attractive way to do it. Call today!
Don’t let the late-model wheels fool you, this is a clean little Mustang...Read more
Don’t let the late-model wheels fool you, this is a clean little Mustang coupe that includes its original 289, unusual and attractive Brittany Blue paint, and enough upgrades to make you want to drive it every day. With Mustangs in the spotlight, even coupes are seeing nice gains, so if you’ve been wanting an affordable vintage pony, this might be a great opportunity.Read less
Code Q Brittany Blue is an unusual color among early Mustangs, but given how it looks on this lovely little coupe, you have to wonder why. It’s not a powder blue, but rather a strong metallic that seems to change as you walk around it and the light moves across the panels. It’s definitely got a spectacular shine thanks to two-stage urethane paint, and since it’s already a few years old, you don’t have to worry about being the first one to put a scratch on it. A black vinyl roof is an unusual choice, particularly in this color, but it works well with the black wheels to give this earnest little Mustang a very aggressive look. Some nice chrome, polished stainless, and a classic Mustang grille all add to the well-maintained vibe of this coupe.
The two-tone blue interior is also how this car was spec’d originally and it looks absolutely fantastic. Lots of new equipment and crisply detailed seat covers and door panels give it a very inviting air inside. A restored center console has bright woodgrained inserts and the storage “garage” in the center stack, and the steering wheel matches quite nicely. Options include factory A/C, which was finally integrated into the dash instead of tacked on underneath, as well as an AM/FM/iPod stereo cleverly stashed in the glove compartment with modern speakers throughout the passenger compartment. Blue carpets with vivid blue mats (yeah, there’s a lot of blue here, but it totally works), and there’s a fresh dash pad above the crisply restored gauges to tie it all together. The backs eat looks completely untouched and the trunk is so fresh that the wrinkles haven’t even settled out of the new mats.
There’s every reason to believe this is the original C-code 289 cubic inch V8 living under the hood. It’s quite stock save for a few chrome dress-up pieces, and has that eager, bubbly feeling that made these torquey, small-displacement engines so popular. Ford Blue is on the block and air cleaner, while reproduction decals were used to add authenticity. The newer A/C compressor is a big upgrade over the factory’s giant pump, and even in a coupe, the heavy-duty Monte Carlo bar and shock tower brace make a noticeable improvement in handling and feel. Backed by a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and there are 2.79 gears inside the pumpkin, so it’s a superlative highway car. Racy-sounding Flowmaster mufflers make the most of the 289’s output and while the underside isn’t detailed, it’s in good shape overall for being almost 50 years old. Blacked-out wheels come from a late-model Mustang and emulate the classic Torque Thrust look and update the early pony’s handling with wide 225/50/17 Kumho performance radials.
This car also includes a ton of factory paperwork, including a window sticker, dealer invoice, warranty card, bill of sale, and early registration documents, so it’s got an iron-clad history to back it up. If you’ve been looking for a value-priced Mustang with no excuses, this is it. Call today!
If this 1941 Plymouth Deluxe coupe was a Ford, we’d be charging...Read more
If this 1941 Plymouth Deluxe coupe was a Ford, we’d be charging $10-20,000 more for it. Instead, you get a great-looking coupe with big block power, a very usable interior that looks pretty slick, and the distinction of being the guy who doesn’t own a Ford when all the other Fords show up. All for a bargain price. Pretty hard to resist, I’d say.Read less
It’s an older build, but the basics are solid and even from five feet away, this tasty Plymouth acquits itself quite well. The no-nonsense business coupe looks great in black, which gives it a purposeful look and doesn’t allow for sloppiness in the build. As a result, the panels are nice and straight, the fenders have shiny curves that reflect well, and if you like the pre-war look, this car totally nails it. The doors fit well, the trunk drops down onto its seals without a fight, and running boards were on the way out, so it’s nice to see them still in place on this car. Aside from the stance, this car is pretty much as the factory intended, which means a handsome grille, elegant side trim, and very cool headlight assemblies that incorporate parking lamps up top. The good news is that most of the trim is stainless steel, so it’ll be easy to maintain and will look great practically forever without an expensive trip to the chrome shop. It even retains original-style bumpers and neat little taillights that nail the 1940s look perfectly.
OK, so diamond-tufted black upholstery is a little dated, but you can’t argue with the quality. Using the original bench makes it easy to get comfortable and I doubt your passengers will complain about the accommodations once they’re aboard. Matching door panels make the car feel complete and wherever possible, original parts were used so the car has an honest feel. The steering column and wheel are from a later-model, but the gauges are original and look suitably 1940s behind the glass. There’s also a factory AM radio that lines up vertically beside the centrally-located speaker and vacuum windshield wipers for a true period feel. The back seat is cozy and functional, so grab some friends or your kids and hit the road, and the fully upholstered trunk includes a full-sized spare, suggesting that this car was built for road trips.
The great thing is that this early Mopar keeps it all Mopar, thanks to a 383 cubic inch big block under the hood. There’s plenty of torque on tap to make the coupe feel downright quick around town, even with a 2-barrel carb that keeps it thrifty. The installation is tidy and upgrades like power steering and brakes are welcome additions. It looks pretty much like it would if Chrysler had built it, with corporate turquoise engine enamel, an OEM air cleaner assembly, and other small parts that help with reliability and service in the future. A 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission delivers the thrust to the rear axle, which hangs on leaf springs and uses modern tube shocks for control. Up front, there’s a torsion bar front suspension that fits rather well, and the dual exhaust system sounds great and looks cool with both tips on the same side. Stylish chrome wheels with V8 center caps are a classic look that’ll never go out of style and they wear 205/75/15 front and 255/70/15 rear tires for just a bit of a rake.
Fast, fun, and affordable, this 1941 Plymouth is a great entry-level rod that’s ready to get you into the greatest hobby in the world. Call today!
If a great-looking, affordable cruiser is your desire, this 1966 Ford...Read more
If a great-looking, affordable cruiser is your desire, this 1966 Ford Thunderbird Town Hardtop is waiting. The black-on-black color combination looks awesome on the sleek ‘Bird and with some TLC and elbow grease, this could be a seriously nice car that’ll never look out of place at shows.Read less
Of the three body styles offered in 1966 (Town Hardtop, Town Landau, and convertible), this Town Hardtop is by far the sleekest. The wider B-pillars eliminated the quarter windows but did without the fussy padded roof and landau bars of the Landau model, so it looks awesome. Originally painted Medium Beige Metallic, it’s not hard to see why black was chosen when the time for a respray came around. That was a few years ago and the paint is show a bit of age today, but at this price, you won’t find a more appealing luxury car anywhere. And like many cars in this class, the work is good and just needs a final cut and buff to really bring it to life and in this car’s case it would be money well spent. It doesn’t appear to have undergone major surgery in the past and panel fit is quite good. Experts will note that the fender skirts are gone and the wheel arch is trimmed in matching bright trim, so it looks OEM and gives the usually tail-heavy ‘Bird a very sporty look. With a newer front bumper and mostly original trim, it has a very pleasing patina that doesn’t add or detract from the overall look.
Thunderbirds always offered first-class accommodations, and the interior of the 1966 models was as luxurious as a Lincoln. Most of the surfaces inside are original, so that means they’re 50 years old. It’s presentable and usable as-is, but spending a few bucks inside could also pay big dividends to eliminate the only real deficiencies on the car. Bucket seats, an attractive center console, and some of the coolest gauges in history make the Thunderbird look a slam-dunk for style points. Then there’s the wrap-around back seat that remains in excellent condition thanks to minimal use. Add in a swing-away steering column, a nice headliners, and a bunch of factory options and you have a car that’s brimming with potential. As a bonus, the trunk is quite well finished using original-style mats and it includes a full-sized spare with matching cover.
The 390 cubic inch V8 got a horsepower boost to 315 in 1966, and it makes the car an effortless high-speed cruiser. If long road trips are in your future, few cars do it better than a mid-60s Thunderbird. The engine was rebuilt about 10 years ago but hasn’t seen a lot of use since then, so it’s quite fresh and ready to run. Ford Blue paint brightens the densely-packed engine bay and it doesn’t look like they took any liberties with the hardware when it was rebuilt; it remains pretty much as the factory intended. A pair of performance mufflers on the dual exhaust system give it a wonderful performance burble and the addition of disc brakes in 1965 make it a reliable travelling partner. Stock 15-inch wheels with hubcaps and 215/70/15 whitewall radials look great, but have a look on the internet and check out how awesome these cars look with flashy modern alloys.
This is a great deal of car for not a lot of cash. Not perfect, but the basics are good and with a modest investment, it can be the most dramatic car in any parking lot anywhere. Call today!
This 1968 Mustang GT deserves a quick lesson in numerology. First and...Read more
This 1968 Mustang GT deserves a quick lesson in numerology. First and foremost, the fifth letter in the VIN is an “R,” which denotes a thundering 428 cubic inch V8, the top-of-the-line in ’68 and perhaps the most desirable pony built that year. Secondly, according to the Marti Report, this car is one-of-one in black with a saddle interior, making it every bit as fast as a Shelby and considerably rarer.Read less
Code A is Raven Black, and when the time came to freshen this very clean, solid car, it got a top-notch paint job worthy of its pedigree. There aren’t many cars that are better-looking than a ’68 Mustang fastback, and in black it looks downright predatory. Fit and finish are quite good, and since this car has undoubtedly led an easy life, there were no headaches involved in getting everything to line up just right. The hood scoop was part of the package when you ordered an R-code 428, and the gold C-stripe accentuates the classic Mustang side cove that is still visible on the cars today. Nice chrome, fog lamps in the front grille, and the delicate stainless trim that outlines the tail panel highlight a very nicely done restoration.
The code 2F saddle vinyl interior is what makes this car so special. Bright and distinctly upscale, the tan bucket seats transform this GT into more than a mere muscle car, giving it a grand touring feel when you’re behind the wheel. A combination of old and new, the interior has a wonderful all-of-a-piece look that includes a nice set of door panels, and a fold-down rear seat, plus original features like the steering wheel and gauges. A pair of auxiliary gauges are discreetly stashed under the dash, and yes, that’s a 4-speed shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel, as if you expected anything else. A fold-down rear seat makes the fastback practical as well as stylish, and it includes an AM/FM radio for entertainment. The trunk is very nicely outfitted with a reproduction mat and a fifth matching styled steel wheel, which is an expensive finishing touch.
The R-code 428 cubic inch V8 was installed in only 1044 1968 GT fastbacks, and of those, only 706 had a 4-speed, so finding one of any kind is rather rare. Grossly underrated, these engines were over-achievers right out of the box and with a few small modifications became some of the most feared cars on the road in late 1968. Thanks to a comprehensive detailing that is worthy of the car’s status, the engine bay is ready to show with Ford Blue engine enamel, a functional ram air hood scoop system, and little details like hoses and decals are correct. There are less than 1000 miles on the engine since it was rebuilt, and the only major modification is a set of headers and an X-pipe exhaust system, but it sounds so awesome you won’t mind one bit. The underside was detailed, although not quite to the same standards as the engine bay. There’s red oxide primer on the floors out back, a rebuilt power steering system, and a detailed 9-inch rear end with a Equal-Lok limited slip unit inside. Correct styled steel wheels look great and carry fat BFG radials all around.
A similar R-code GT fastback with an automatic transmission sold at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale last January for $165,000, making this sleek black 4-speed look like a screaming bargain. Call today!
A Land Rover will take you anywhere in the world you want to go…...Read more
A Land Rover will take you anywhere in the world you want to go… provided you have the time to get there. Never famous for their speed and power, this awesome 1963 Land Rover Series IIA neatly remedies that particular shortfall with a professionally-installed fuel injected Chevy V8 mated to the Rover’s already awesome driveline. The result is a traditional-looking off-roader that works like a real vehicle in today’s world.Read less
Seen in the backgrounds of “Wild Kingdom” for decades, the Land Rover is one of the most famous vehicles on Earth. This particular Landie was actually used as a UN deployment vehicle that was stored in an airplane hangar most of its life and dispatched throughout the world, which explains its left-hand-drive configuration. In 2007, it was comprehensively restored and rebuilt from the ground up, starting with stripping the lightweight aluminum body panels and shell to bare and refinishing it with correct-looking Bronze Green with a Wimbledon White top. The quality is quite good, giving it a rugged, purposeful look that looks indestructible. Other appealing features include the myriad of driving lights, massive roof rack accessible by a ladder, and a winch on the front for climbing out of a mess. Every single piece is designed to be easy to service and durable, and there are clever features throughout that were thoughtfully designed with the world traveler in mind. For example, check out the retracting step plates below the doors, the vents under the windshield, and the hood-mounted spare tire, which just looks Safari.
The interior got a full makeover as well, combining the Land Rover’s utility and purposeful look with a few modern amenities to make it completely usable in the modern world. Handsome black bucket seats were fitted up front, straddling a custom center tunnel covered in radio gear that can probably contact the Voyager space probe and shifters for the upgraded driveline. The dash uses a bunch of round-faced instruments and exposed bolt heads to create a military-spec look, and everything in here is designed for the worst conditions. The speedo and tach aren’t working due to the powertrain swap, but where you’re going, you won’t need them anyway, and the overall impression when anyone climbs aboard is worth the price of admission all by itself. There’s also an effective A/C system lifted from a Jaguar XJ6, plus an AM/FM/iPod stereo system with neatly integrated speakers in the dash. Simple door panels are the right look and even with the cool cargo-bay-mounted spare, there’s plenty of room for gear and passengers in the side-facing seats.
The engine is a 4.8 liter Vortec V8 expertly transplanted and fully functional. The V8 rumble from the custom exhaust is unexpected in a truck like this, but you’ll certainly welcome the additional torque and effortless performance. The engine looks industrial under a diamond-plate cover and the wiring and other upgrades are professional-grade. This is not some home-built truck. Atlas Adapters got the 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission to talk to the rest of the Landie’s driveline, using custom driveshafts and Dana 60 axles with a Salisbury differential inside. Disc brakes are a welcome addition and newer Land Rover HD Wolf wheels are fitted with 235/85/16 BFG off-road radials.
There’s so much going on with this truck we can’t possibly cover it all here. Amazing in every regard, if you’re a Land Rover fan, this truck is going to really impress you. Call today!
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4...Read more
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster equipped with a 6.5L 700HP V12 engine and a 7-speed E-Gear (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Nero Aldebaran (Gloss Black) exterior color and Nero Ade (Black) full leather interior along with Yellow contrast stitching throughout.
This is a "like new" condition car that comes well optioned including:
+ Rear camera
+ Homelink sys
+ Power adjust / heated seats
+ Lamborghini sound
+ Park assist F / R
+ Shiny black painted Dione sport wheels
+ Yellow calipers
+ Factory exhaust tune
...plus much more!!Read less
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2009 Mercedes Benz AMG Black...Read more
This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2009 Mercedes Benz AMG Black Edition SL65 equipped with a 6.0L 800HP Twin Turbo V12 engine and a 5-speed automatic with sport shift transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Gloss Black exterior color and Black full leather interior with Alcantara headliner, Carbon Fiber interior trim, and White contrast stitching throughout.
This SL65 is in "like new" condition. Entire front end and wheel wells covered with 3M clearshield. This car has a factory warranty until October 2015. It comes well appointed including:
+ RennTech tuned with 800HP
+ Carbon Fiber exterior performance pkg
+ Carbon Fiber interior trim pkg
+ Carbon Fiber engine cover
+ Homelink sys
+ Power heated / cooled / memory seats
+ Dual climate control
+ Power lift rear spoiler
+ 20" rear / 19" front ball brushed silver sport rims
...plus much more!!Read less
1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350 V8, 39240 "ORIGINAL MILES"...Read more
1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350 V8, 39240 "ORIGINAL MILES" This is a true Survivor Car, One Owner, always has been garaged, Black Exterior, Black Cloth interior, T-Tops, Automatic, cruise, PS, PB, PW, P Locks, Air, Tilt, Automatic Trunk Release, Car is in Excellent Condition,Read less
1966 Pontiac Tempest Convertible,with "SPRINT 6"option very...Read more
1966 Pontiac Tempest Convertible,with "SPRINT 6"option very RARE only #1100 produced.,Automatic on colmn,bench seat,OKLAHOMA CAR,runs and looks great.. WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE- CALL US FOR A FREE QUOTERead less