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  • Hello and thanks for looking. I will consider all reasonable offers. ...

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    Hello and thanks for looking. I will consider all reasonable offers. If you are interested in this car, please let me know.

    1993 Mustang Cobra. 1 of 4993 produced. This is car 66. Mint condition. Rare cloth interior.

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  • 1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible Red Stock # NB1118775
    1967 Chevrolet...

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    1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible Red Stock # NB1118775
    1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible Red

    White Top

    V8

    Sharp Georgia car, ready to go!

    This car will go up in value fast

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  • Before we go into the details on this spectacular 1957 Chevy Nomad,...

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    Before we go into the details on this spectacular 1957 Chevy Nomad, please take a few moments to look at the photos…
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    Back? Good, because you can plainly see that this is one heck of a car. Professionally built, there’s not a single surface or component that hasn’t been tweaked, polished, rebuilt or replaced in some way, delivering what might be the ultimate rod for the guy with a family. The ’57 Nomad is arguably the best-looking of all the shoebox Chevys, so it didn’t make sense to modify the sheetmetal in any major way. Instead, they spent the time and money on getting everything as straight as possible, then covered it in bright electric blue and white pearl paint using the factory trim to provide a two-tone that the factory never offered (but should have). As you saw in the photos, the surfaces are so smooth and flat that reflections show virtually zero distortion and the brilliant shine of the urethane paint is simply dazzling in the sunlight. The anodized panel on the quarters adds a neat third element to the color combination, and things like the grille and hood emblem were properly gold anodized for a factory look. The rest of the chrome was treated to a show-quality re-plate, the stainless was polished up to match, and those Fuel Injection badges on the front fenders aren’t just for show.
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    There’s more awesomeness inside where the combination of old and new is so tastefully done that it’s hard to find the line. The blue and white houndstooth upholstery has a very OEM look, although it was obviously not stock in 1957. The front bench seat, however is a correct piece with tilting back rests for access to the rear seating area. New carpets with the correct weave and nap were installed and custom door panels were created using the original pattern and the modern materials. Of course, it’s got all the modern conveniences like A/C, a tilt column, and a modern stereo system, but none of it detracts from the fairly stock-looking dashboard. The steering wheel is a modern billet piece that looks quite at home in the ’57 and the original instrument panel is filled with modern gauges from Classic Instruments. In back, there’s a gorgeous cargo bay that’s just too nice to use for hauling anything, but the solution is the custom-made quilted bed liner that matches the upholstery and protects that gorgeous oak.
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    It’s still got Chevy power, delivered in the form of a fuel-injected Corvette LT1 V8. It’s a tidy package in the ‘57’s engine bay, and with color-matched valve covers, a lot of polished aluminum and a serpentine belt drive accessory system, it looks fantastic. A lot of effort went into hiding the wiring and plumbing, so the look is ultra-clean, yet serviceability is quite good. Power 4-wheel disc brakes, a lowered suspension with tubular A-arms up front, and fat sway bars at both ends means that it drives more like a Camaro than a station wagon, and you can see that the chassis is as highly detailed as the rest of the car. A 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission powers a 9-inch Ford rear end, and with 3.25 gears and a Posi inside, it just loafs along at highway speeds. Gorgeous 17-inch wheels are a new twist on an old favorite and wear 245/45/17 front and 275/40/17 rear performance radials.
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    Every bit as amazing as it looks, this is the kind of car that makes everyone else stop what they’re doing and have a look. And the good news is that it drives even better than it looks. Call today!

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  • The Chrysler Crossfire was an interesting piece of recent Chrysler...

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    The Chrysler Crossfire was an interesting piece of recent Chrysler history and the truth is, it’s still one heck of a car. At the moment, it’s not quite a collectable, but we suspect that won’t remain the case for long. Even if you only want a cool car to drive around on sunny days, the Crossfire you want to own is this 2008 Limited, which features a highly unusual color combination, single-family ownership from new, and only 2,900 actual miles.
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    The original owner of this car spent a considerable amount of time scouring dealership inventories around the country in 2008, looking for this exact color combination. The shiny black exterior highlights the Crossfire’s sleek shape, and you can definitely see the Chrysler stylists were hard at work on the details. The ribbed hood, fastback profile, and wonderfully retro grille all gave pre-Fiat Chryslers a distinctive look that really worked. The proportions make it look muscular, like it is crouched and ready to spring, with elegant touches that also look upscale and sophisticated. Thanks to the fact that he finally found his dream car, it should be no surprise that it was babied and tucked away for posterity, showing only 2899 original miles (not a misprint) and in as-new condition throughout. The black paint shines with a gloss that surely comes from Mercedes-Benz quality control and the rigid platform ensures that the doors feel as solid as the proverbial bank vaults when they swing shut. If you’re betting on future collectability, this one is a smart choice.
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    The interior is what makes this one truly stand out. Called “Cedar,” it’s a lovely warm red/orange with gray highlights that looks spectacular in the sporty Crossfire. It also shows the same artistic touches that highlight the bodywork, from the handsomely upholstered bucket seats to the matching steering wheel to the swatches of shiny silver trim that looks like raw aluminum. Everything was standard on the Crossfire, including power windows and locks, automatic climate control, cruise control, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system. You’ll also note a manual shifter sticking out of the center console, which is linked to a slick-shifting 6-speed gearbox that makes this car a joy to drive. Everything works like it should and even the upholstery is in new condition with nary a wrinkle in the leather seating surfaces.
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    The 3.2 liter V6 was also a Mercedes-Benz transplant and delivers smooth performance befitting a car of this stature. Actually, all the mechanical bits are lifted almost directly from the excellent Mercedes-Benz CLK roadster, which means you get a rock-solid platform, bulletproof reliability, and surprising performance. The engine bay is dressed up with a slick silver engine cover that makes the powerplant look like an artifact from some future civilization, and with Mercedes engineering underneath, it probably won’t ever need anything besides routine maintenance. Despite the low mileage, it has been properly maintained and exercised, so it isn’t like one of those garage queens that look great but have mechanical issues. No, you can get in this one today and drive it anywhere with confidence. The undercarriage is equally clean, and even the exhaust system still has a soft shine. Giant alloy wheels fill the wheel wells and wear staggered 225/40/18 front and 255/35/19 rear performance rubber.
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    Mark my words, the day will come when these cars are sitting in collectors’ garages with other serious hardware, and this amazing example will be one of the best available anywhere. Call today!

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  • This is one heck of a shoebox. Originally born as a 210, this 1955...

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    This is one heck of a shoebox. Originally born as a 210, this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door is now one of the coolest resto-mods we’ve seen, one that retains all its original character but puts a slightly modern twist on it all. Paint, chrome, and interior are all just a few months old, and with a snarling 400-inch small block under the hood, it’s more than just another pretty face.
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    Silver and white were available in 1955, but in the pastel ‘50s, it just didn’t catch on. Today, however, it gives this incredible Chevy just the right look for its combination of old and new. Borrowing from a late-model Chrysler color pallet, the silver and white pearl paint was applied about six months ago and looks quite impressive. Obviously it was a full disassembly, and every square inch of exposed steel was refinished with modern urethane paint, so it’ll look great for years to come. Bel Air trim was added during the build, and on the 1955s, it provides a natural break line for the two-tone paint, and all of the trim was either new or re-plated before it was installed. Add in a slight window tint, some blue-dot taillights, and California bumpers and you have one heck of a good-looking Chevy. This car was built to impress, and we’re confident you’ll agree the builder accomplished that feat in spaces.
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    A traditional look blended with modern comfort and convenience features makes this Bel Air daily-driver comfortable and show car stylish. The original bench was wrapped in supple ultra-leather whose subtle colors make it feel more like a high-end luxury car inside than a vintage Chevy. The same stuff was used to create original-looking door panels and a plush headliner overhead. Daytona carpets were beautifully fitted and echo the colors used outside, while the entire dash was restored to like-new condition, making it hard to tell where old and new meet. The steering wheel and tilt column blend seamlessly and both the AM/FM stereo (with CD changer) and the Vintage Air A/C system were expertly integrated into the original design. The original gauges were restored and they’re assisted by a trio of Sun Pro white-faced dials hanging under the dash on the driver’s side. In back, the trunk is as functional as ever, carrying a reproduction rubber mat to protect the freshly painted trunk area.
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    Built by Matt Bishop, the 400 cubic inch small block V8 cranks out big block power without the weight. Topped by three deuces with GTO-style air cleaners and a pair of aluminum heads, it has a vintage performance vibe, but with an estimated 410 horsepower on tap, this thing moves like no antique you’ve ever driven. It’s not terribly flashy under the hood, which was purely intentional, and instead it has a somewhat OEM look and feel that makes the quality all the more apparent simply because it’s not hiding under a bunch of chrome. The stout small block is backed by a TCI 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and powers 3.42 gears out back so it pulls like a freight train but settles down nicely on the highway. Power front disc brakes and a fat sway bar make it feel confident on the road and vintage gray Torque Thrust wheels look right and match the car’s color scheme perfectly.
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    Exceptionally well built and quite fresh, this is the shoebox Chevy you always wished you had time to build for yourself. Well, wait no longer, this one is ready today. Call now!

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  • NO ENG ROLLER DECENT BODY GREAT PROJ CAR OK INTIOR ...

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    NO ENG ROLLER DECENT BODY GREAT PROJ CAR OK INTIOR DEL AVL

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  • runs good was southern car good body intior ok some trim dashpad...

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    runs good was southern car good body intior ok some trim dashpad missing we made one has custom marblized paint amuture job daul exust eng seams to be rebuilt in the last 5 years car needs tlc but is a driver as is shipping avl has 22 s on it also stock steels and tires in trunk

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  • What we have here is a 2008 BMW 3 Series 335xi AWD with 59,493 miles on...

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    What we have here is a 2008 BMW 3 Series 335xi AWD with 59,493 miles on the odometer. This car is finished in Black and is complemented by a Black Leather interior. Overall, this car is in excellent condition. This 2008 BMW 335xi is loaded with options; AC; PS, PB, Cruise, HD Radio, Paddle shifters and the 6-speed steptronic automatic transmission. Boasting 00 horses under the hood. BMW has long been known for its luxury appointments, and the 3-Series doesn't disappoint. This car's stock wheels and tires are included with the purchase. If you are looking for a well built performance car at a good price, this might well be the car for you. Do not let the opportunity to own this car pass you by. We have priced her to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. If you want to know more about the car - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 If you would like to talk about a purchase - CALL ME (978) 771-8375 My name is Paul please call me direct with any questions - my cell phone is always with me at (978) 771-8375 or you can email me anytime at paul@silverstonemotorcars.com I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly pick you up at Boston's Logan airport or deliver this car to your doorstep.

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  • 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8 Convertible1967 Austin-Healey BJ8...

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    1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8 Convertible1967 Austin-Healey BJ8 3000 Mark III Convertible sports car, british racing green with black interior, wire wheels, same owner for over 30 years, last and most desirable year for the big Healey&rsquo;s, presentable driver and an excellent original car that is mechanically sound. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

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  • 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet,...

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    1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet, cr&egrave;me with navy blue interior, air conditioning, automatic, same owner for many years, an original California car and excellent weekend driver needing only light cosmetics, mechanically sound. For $49,500If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

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  • This beautiful 1957 150 two door sedan has been fully restored into one...

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    This beautiful 1957 150 two door sedan has been fully restored into one awesome pro-touring chevy. The body is laser straight all over with excellent body alignment and seams, perfect fit and finish. The victory red paint has a show quality finish to it with a deep high gloss shine. All the chrome and stainless on the car has been replaced with new along with all the glass and weatherstripping. The interior has been completely redone in a soft vinyl with all new carpet, headliner, billet dash trim and chrome hardware. Other features include air conditioning, AM-FM stereo, and new 15&quot; classic chevy steering wheel. The drive train for this 57 consist of a rebuilt chevy 350 with Edelbrock aluminum heads, intake, and water pump. It is also set up with an HEI distributor, Demon carb, and Concept One serpentine billet pulley system. The transmission is a turbo 350 automatic with a 3.36 gear ratio in the rear axle. The chevy is also equipped with power steering and disc brakes with 17&quot; American Racing wheels. Car runs really smooth and tight on the road with a very comfortable ride. This beautiful chevy is ready to hit the road, drive it or show it this car will definitely draw a crowd.

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  • 1967 C10 long bed, 350 with 400 trans. Daily driver / project. In...

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    1967 C10 long bed, 350 with 400 trans. Daily driver / project. In primer, currently working on replacing rocker panels.

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  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro True SS X-55

    350/300 HP Engine with New...

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    1969 Chevrolet Camaro True SS X-55

    350/300 HP Engine with New Edelbrock Performer Carburetor CFM 600
    Has Original Heads and Intake
    All floor pans and trunk pan are original with no rust. Very solid car all around
    X-55 Car
    Power Disc Brakes
    Power Steering
    350 Turbo Automatic Transmission
    12 Bolt Rear End
    Factory Air with New Compressor
    New BF GoodRich Radial T/A P225/60R15
    This is the correct color code for this car
    Car drives great down the road and sounds great.
    Any questions just ask
    This beauty is ready for a new home!!

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  • 1967 Mustang GTA Convertible. Original S-code car with a 390-4V @ 335...

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    1967 Mustang GTA Convertible. Original S-code car with a 390-4V @ 335 hp. Has the black power top w/glass backlite, power disc brakes, air conditioner - selecaire (not hooked up), Newer nostalgic am/fm radio, interior decor group (seats have been recovered to original style), heavy duty suspension. Car was produced on May 29, 1967 -- two days behind schedule. Marti report states that it came equipped with a three-speed manual trans, It is unknown when the Automatic was installed. All badging shows GTA. Original paint was Springtime Yellow Paint, Ford #1955-A. Aftermarket radiator with dual fans installed.

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  • 1969 Camaro Tribute Z28
    502 CI big block engine gen 5 with a turbo 400...

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    1969 Camaro Tribute Z28
    502 CI big block engine gen 5 with a turbo 400 transmission
    - Air conditioning
    - Power steering / Tilt wheel
    - Power disc brakes / 10 bolt rear end with 3.73 gears
    - Stereo
    - Positraction rear end
    - Fresh build about two years ago
    - Base coat clear coat PPG paint
    - Very nice Resto Mod inside, outside and under the hood
    - Custom 20x8 in the rear and 17x8 in the front wheels

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  • This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS demonstrates how a well-executed Resto...

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    This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS demonstrates how a well-executed Resto Mod build can add punch to an already great performing muscle-era pony car while maintaining an almost total factory appearance; a modern-day sleeper, if you will. To begin with, the car’s Cortez Silver and Black color scheme with front and rear spoilers, Black vinyl roof and Rally Sport dress package is the perfect understated look. The Black houndstooth interior follows the same practice, the only departures from original being the custom steering wheel, Dakota Digital gauges, center console armrest and an extra position on the shifter plate. Besides its Gunmetal Boss alloy wheels and wide low-profile radials, the only other obvious visual departures from stock are the “LSX” fender badges that give away the secret within: an all-aluminum LS1 engine capable of an honest 405 HP and backed by a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a 3.73 Positraction rear end. Cultrac traction bars and frame connectors team with tubular front A-arm suspension and quick steering for excellent road holding and 4-wheel discs easily haul the car down from speed. Every nut and bolt on this Resto Mod RS/SS is new, and with just 700 miles since its completion, it is ready to provide years of unbridled fun.

    This Beautiful Car has:

    LS1 405 HP Engine
    Sanderson Headers
    Stainless Exhaust
    3.73 Posi Traction Rear End
    Automatic Transmission
    4 Wheel Disc Brakes
    Boss 18" wheels
    Tubular Suspension with Quick Steering Box
    Dakota Digital Dash with Cruise
    Power Steering and Brakes
    Caltrac Bars with Hotchkis Frame Connectors
    RS/SS Package, Custom Console
    Houndstooth Interior
    Detroit Speed Headlight Kit
    Vintage Air Gen 4 Air Conditioning and Heat System

    I do have a video of what the car sounds like. Just email me and I will be happy to send it to you. Thanks

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  • 1966 Dodge Charger, 383 four barrel carb, factory 4 speed, 66,000...

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    1966 Dodge Charger, 383 four barrel carb, factory 4 speed, 66,000 original miles, have original bill of sale, everything is original except for wheels and tires. asking $16,900.00. email me at emuntner@gmail.com.

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  • Before the first pro-touring build was ever conceived, there were street...

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    Before the first pro-touring build was ever conceived, there were street rods. Street rods are similar to hot rods and more so pro-tourers because they have undergone some type of modernization to either the engine, transmission, and/or interior. However a street rod, unlike a pro-touring build, isn’t built specifically to push cornering limits or create massive horsepower numbers. Instead, a street rod is usually a 1948 or earlier vehicle that is built to be enjoyed, not just shown. With that definition fresh in our minds let’s take a look at a gorgeous example of a 1933 Ford Roadster that falls perfectly into that street rod category. To answer your first question, the body is a Fiberglass Gibbons body that is covered in a gorgeous shade of Ferrari Yellow and unlike some that try to pass as roadsters, correctly features no side glass. But this roadster is just more than an eye candy thanks to a massive power plant under the hood. But before we get too far, let’s take a closer look at the body. The vibrant yellow body is a beautiful blend of simplicity and class. It starts at the front where you’ll find a tiny front bumper bar that has been painted in yellow and sits just below the start of the massive front fenders. The bright yellow is accented throughout the ride by hand painted pinstripping that adds just that small touch of flare. Pull the lever from under the dash and you’ll reveal what is hidden under the hood. Powering the roadster is a 454ci Chevy big block V8. At the top of the engine you’ll find a chrome air filter wearing 454 badging. Glance under this roadster and you’ll see how this ’33 Ford achieves its incredible ride. At the front you’ll see that the build team opted for a Mustang II independent front stainless suspension. As you make your way to the back you’ll see that bolted to the Chevy big block is a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission that sends power to a Ford 9-inch rear axle with 3.50 gears. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • After a very successful launch of the retro designed Thunderbird, Ford,...

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    After a very successful launch of the retro designed Thunderbird, Ford, for model year 2004, introduced a limited edition model, in which Fords designers were inspired by beauty, colors and smells of the Pacific Coast Highway. As a limited edition, Ford produced just 1000 units of its 2004 Pacific Coast Edition Thunderbird. They all came painted in Monterey Mist Metallic Paint with a Light Ash Convertible top and an Ash Metallic removable hard top with its signature Port Hole rear window. The interior of these cars all came in a two tone light and dark ash scheme with metallic appliques that dress the center concise, shifter bezel and instrument cluster, all riding on 17 inch 16 spoke aluminum wheels with Monterey Mist metallic paint accenting the centers.

    Just out of a private collection, The 2004 Ford Thunderbird Pacific Coast Edition offered here is number 891 of the 1000 built. The car remains in pristine condition boasting just 19934 original miles. The car has been garaged and cared for since new and has always been kept in a detailed state. The car is powered by its 4.0 liter DOHC V8 mated to a 5 speed automatic transmission working delivering a smooth and spirited 280 horsepower.

    For the first time in 45 years, the Ford Thunderbird was reintroduced as a 2 seat roadster. The intentional design of the car to resemble the beloved cars of 55, 6 and 7, made them an instant modern classic and with the short 3 year production run, low mile, limited edition cars such as this are sought after and hold value. One can live the dream here cruising the Pacific Coast Highway in their Pacific Coast Edition Thunderbird. Car comes complete with original books, signature plaque and factory car cover.

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

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  • 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

    1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

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  • This 2nd generation F-Body was assembled in Norwood OH, Production...

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    This 2nd generation F-Body was assembled in Norwood OH, Production #113,528, Miles shown on odometer are believed accurate (but add 100,000). Motor and transmission are original. We have only added a fresh paint job, new decals, new molding, new pin striping, and a set of new white-lettered Grand Am radials.

    Will consider all trades but prefer Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, or Collector Cars. Also interested in ALL trucks, and trailers/car haulers.

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  • We welcome your questions and purchase inquiries. Please call 610 900...

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    We welcome your questions and purchase inquiries. Please call 610 900 6097. We are open Monday to Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-12pm. Additional hours are available by appointment. Our state law prohibits Sunday operation.

    Our model is to honestly display the products that we present. We strive to provide our customers with a complete and accurate description of the vehicle being sold. We do not use photo shop or alter our images in any way.

    For fast efficient service, the buyer is charged $90 for the cost of overnight mailing of paperwork, title transfers and 30-day temporary tags for out-of-state residents.

    There are no other fees, taxes, or charges unless you live in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania residents will be charged Pennsylvania sales tax.

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  • Just into the Browns inventory is this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback...

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    Just into the Browns inventory is this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback powered by a 289 engine with 3-speed manual transmission. Benefiting from a recent orange exterior paint job that shows great and black vinyl interior, which is in excellent condition. Riding on Rally GT 14 inch wheels with white letter radial tires really adds to the beautiful look of this car. 1965 Mustang fastbacks are at the top of the list for many collectors and this is a wonderful example.

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  • This 1969 Camaro RS/SS is not only gorgeous, but it also packs some...

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    This 1969 Camaro RS/SS is not only gorgeous, but it also packs some serious blasting power under the hood in the form of an L78 396 cubic inch motor. Thanks to a comprehensive restoration, it’s simply stunning inside and out, highly detailed for show, and outrageously fast.
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    The RS, or Rally Sport package was available on any Camaro, from the lowliest six-cylinder grocery-getter to the hairiest big block brawlers like this one. The most noteworthy feature, of course, is the hidden headlights, which give the front end a unique look that sets it apart from the standard ’69 Camaros. Finished in original code 71 Lemans Blue with a white D90 stripe, it is both aggressive and instantly recognizable to anyone with even a passing familiarity with cars. Front and rear spoilers are, of course, a big part of the SS image, and the stock hood with chrome velocity stack inserts is, in my personal opinion, a lot cooler than any cowl induction setup. Finish quality is excellent and thanks to modern urethane paint, the paint shines like nothing they had in 1969. Much of the chrome was restored, too, and while there isn’t a lot of bright trim on an early Camaro, the stainless pieces all took a trip under the polishing wheel before being reinstalled.
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    The black bucket seat interior is almost entirely new, with the current owner having spent a considerable amount of time and money to get it right. The front seats feature new seat covers, which are better detailed than most of the reproductions, but it’s very possible that the rear bench is original and in remarkably good shape. The black carpets, headliner, dash pad, and even the rear package tray are all recently installed and look great. All the factory gauges all appear to be in very good original condition and Chevy totally nailed the center console with those white-faced auxiliary gauges and horseshoe shifter. Given this car’s ambitious look, it’s no surprise that even the stock AM radio was left in place, showing a dedication to getting the car right that you don’t always see in early F-bodies.
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    Few engines get Camaro fans more excited than the mighty L78 396. Rated at a very stout 375 horsepower, this date-code-correct JH-code big block was rebuilt to stock specs and detailed like it would have been from the factory. It snarls and roars like the powerhouse it is, yet is tuned so well that you can drive it in traffic without concern. The chrome valve covers and air cleaner are factory-style eye candy for the potent big block, and with bright Chevy Orange paint it has a very correct look. The stock exhaust manifolds are coated so they’ll look this good practically forever and you haven’t lived until you’ve heard this beast breathing through a chambered exhaust system. The TH400 3-speed automatic and 3.73-geared 12-bolt are virtually indestructible, making this one of the nastiest point-and-shoot machines you can own. And there aren’t any wheels on the market that look better than the factory 15-inch Rallys on this car, which wear a set of 225/60/15 BFGoodrich Comp T/A radials.
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    If you’ve been waiting for a big block Camaro that’s done right, this is your opportunity to get one of the nicest we’ve seen in a long time. With an eye towards authenticity, it’s a show car that you won’t be afraid to drive. Call today!

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  • If you’re of a certain age, you surely recall when these bad black...

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    If you’re of a certain age, you surely recall when these bad black Buicks were the coolest cars on the street. Today they’re still legendary, and experienced car guys always know to give the Grand Nationals a wide berth on the street because you never know how bad of a beating you’re going to get when the boost comes up. Now, if you’re not packing serious blasting powder under the hood, it’s always smarter to just leave cars like this ’87 Grand National alone.
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    The black paint on this potent luxury coupe is menacing and dark, just like they’re supposed to be. I like that it doesn’t have T-tops, making the body stronger and better suited to the rigors of the turbocharged engine, as well as lighter for performance. All the blacked-out moldings and rubber components remain in good condition, which indicates that it has been stored indoors for much of its life and rarely exposed to the elements. The bulging hood and simple ducktail spoiler are subtle reminders of the performance within, and there’s not a trace of chrome or stainless left anywhere on the body, save for a few badges. And all of it is in above average condition; if you like black, few cars wear it better than this.
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    Inside, the Grand National got the full luxury treatment—this is still a Buick, after all. That means power windows and locks, a power driver’s seat, a tilt wheel, A/C, rear defroster, and remote mirrors. Two-tone gray and black upholstery was the only choice in a GN, and the designers were able to tuck a tachometer and boost gauge into the Regal’s instrument panel. Judging by the auxiliary gauges on the A-pillar and neatly mounted in a custom pod on the console, there are a few tricks hiding under the hood and the stock stereo was dumped in favor of a Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit. Even the trunk is nicely finished and well preserved, with a space-saver spare neatly tucked into its own well.
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    Grand Nationals were known for neck-snapping power right out of the box, but with a few aftermarket modifications, they were downright monstrous. However, that also means that a great many of them were over-boosted and blown head gaskets, turbos, and transmissions were common. Fortunately, this T-Type is doesn’t have any major mods and still packs its original, numbers-matching engine and sturdy 2004R 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Nevertheless, it’s a ton of fun to dip into those seemingly endless reserves of torque, and the experience is enhanced by an oversized downpipe and a custom exhaust system that eliminates back pressure and lets the turbo spool up faster with less heat. Most of the OEM gear is still in place, from the turbo itself to the control software behind it, so it runs beautifully with that characteristic GN growl from the twin pipes out back. The chassis is neat and tidy, and those black alloy wheels wearing staggered 235/60/15 and 255/60/15 radials are the perfect look for the nastiest domestic car of the ‘80s (the factory wheels are available, call for details).
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    Very clean, very fast, and very affordable, this GN is still the coolest thing on four wheels for a child of the ‘80s. Call today!

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    Camaro fans, if you were to build an early F-body that keeps the spirit of the original alive while adding a few show-worthy tricks, wouldn’t it look something like this incredible 1967 Camaro hardtop? This first gen Camaro packs a thumping 350 inch small block, a nicely restored interior, and a slick look that will get it a ton of attention at shows.
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    Giving an early car slick high-tech colors like the Titanium Gray on this Camaro means that you don’t need huge body mods to make an impact. All the sheetmetal is still the way GM intended, with a few shaved emblems but nothing else to detract from the ultra-smooth shape. A cowl-induction hood, chin spoiler, and a ducktail spoiler on the deck lid are all factory-issued upgrades that look as good today as they did decades ago. The two-stage urethane paint has a brilliant shine, with black SS stripes that were buried under the clear for a look so slick that you’re tempted to touch it just to see if it’s still wet. Fit and finish are superb, and the car has a stance that seems to emphasize the wedge-shaped profile of the early Camaro, something you rarely notice on stock cars. A few chrome bits like the front and rear bumpers offer some contrast to the otherwise monochromatic body and SS badges fore and aft add a traditional performance warning for the unwary.
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    Chevrolet stylists nailed it with the first-gen Camaro’s interior, so there’s really no need to reinvent the wheel inside. Most the interior is restored to stock specs, with handsome bucket seats covered in reproduction black vinyl covers, a center console, and the deeply-set gauges in their own individual pods ahead of the driver. A Grant GT billet steering wheel adds some sparkle to the all-black driver’s environment, and there are billet pedals down low, too, just to balance things out. White-faced auxiliary gauges were stuffed below the center stack, right below the Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. A/C was installed during the build and uses the factory controls and the car is so new that the system hasn’t even been charged yet. You can also get a feel for the quality of the build by looking in the trunk, which is fully finished and upholstered, not just painted with a repro mat thrown in. Someone really cared about getting the details right on this car.
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    The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8, which naturally fits perfectly, although it might be harder to recognize under that trick custom air cleaner housing. Beautifully finished in every way, from the smoothed and painted firewall an inner fenders to the careful choice of colors and materials, the engine bay is the highlight of this car. Of course, it also runs superbly, with an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, upgraded cam, and long-tube headers with Flowmasters behind them. Backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a stout 12-bolt rear end, this is definitely a runner and you’ll never get tired of firing it up and heading out on the road. The suspension has been lowered and it sits exactly right on staggered chrome wheels wearing 225/40/18 front and 255/35/20 rear performance radials.
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    Look at the quality of the work, then think about what it would take to build a car like this yourself. Doesn’t it make more sense to just take this one home today? Call now!

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  • 1954 Mercedes Benz 300 Adenauer1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 Adenauer, black...

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    1954 Mercedes Benz 300 Adenauer1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 Adenauer, black with tan interior, sitting for many years, great potential and an excellent candidate for restoration. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

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    1976 Porsche 911S Targa1976 Porsche 911S Targa, chassis#9116218662 engine#63D3552, red with black interior, solid floor pan, excellent original California needing only minor cosmetics, mechanically sound. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

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  • *** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN HALIFAX NOVA SCOTIA *** This is a beautiful...

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    *** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN HALIFAX NOVA SCOTIA *** This is a beautiful 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 4 Speed with 96,092 miles on the odometer. This car is finished in White with Black Hockey Stick Striping complemented by a pristine Red Vinyl interior. This car is in outstanding condition. This 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 originally came from Atlanta, GA and was restored five years ago in Barrington and Yarmouth. The body is straight as an arrow with a very nice paint job and the interior is like new. She has been driven a total of 6,100 miles since completion. This restoration was a full frame off with everything new or rebuilt as new; the list of what was done at the time follows: Period/Date Correct SS 396/350hp Drive Train Not Original to the Car Engine Completely Rebuilt - Not Bored New Suspension New Brakes and Components Polyurethane Bushings New Shocks New Wiring Harness New Rims, Trim Rings, Centers and Tires New Tinted Windshield, Other Glass is Original Bumpers Were Re-chromed Other Trim is New. Bezels All Look New All New Interior including Rug Rear Bench and Original Bucket Seats Completely Restored Consul is in Great Condition Transmission Was Rebuilt Rear End is New [308 Posi-traction]; we also have the 355 Posi-traction Which is New - Both are Running Richmond Gears Transmission is an M20 4 speed with Hurst Shifter New Clutch and Plate New Weather Stripping New GM Door Edge Guards This car has a non-functioning built in tachometer but also has an aftermarket tachometer installed. She also has a set of aftermarket gauges, a Custom Auto Sound radio and the Jack and Spare with Lug Wrench. This is a car that will not last long; she is a gem that drives and handles very well and she will make her next owner very happy. This is a very nice example of the 1968 Chevelle SS 396 and if you are a fan of this car, you should act soon as we do not expect it to last long. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know. If you want to know more about the car - CALL ME - (978) 771-8375 If you would like to talk about a purchase - CALL ME (978) 771-8375 My name is Paul please call me direct with any questions - my cell phone is always with me at (978) 771-8375 or you can email me anytime at paul@silverstonemotorcars.com I promise you will enjoy your experience at Silverstone Motorcars. We'll gladly deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. *** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA *** *** FINANCING AVAILABLE FROM JJ BEST BANC - APPLY TODAY ***

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  • 1985 CORVETTE COUPE GLASS TOP, Z51 PACKAGE 51,000 ORIGINAL MILES ...

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    1985 CORVETTE COUPE GLASS TOP, Z51 PACKAGE 51,000 ORIGINAL MILES YEAR: 1985 MAKE: CHEVROLET MODEL: CORVETTE BODY: 2 DOOR COUPE COLOR: BRIGHT RED TRIM: GRAPHITE LEATHER ENGINE: 5.7L L98 V8 TUNED PORT INJECTION TRANS: AUTOMATIC REAR: 3.07 RATIO MILES: 51,397 SERIAL #: 1G1YY0785F5136359 OPTIONS ALL STD EQUIPMENT PLUS: (AG9) - POWER DRIVERS SEAT (AU3) - POWER DOOR LOCKS (CC3) - REMOVABLE TRANSPARENT ROOF (FG3) - DELCO BILSTEIN SHOCKS (K34) - CRUISE CONTROL (UU8) - DELCO BOSE SOUND SYSTEM (V08) - HEAVY DUTY COOLING (Z51) - PERFORMANCE HANDLING PACKAGE SERIAL# BREAKDOWN1G1YY0785F5136359 (1) - U.S. (G) - GENERAL MOTORS (1) - CHEVROLET (YY) - CORVETTE (07) - 2 DOOR HATCHBACK (8) - L98 5.7 LITER 350 C.I. TUNED PORT INJECTION (5) - CHECK DIGIT (F) - 1985 (5) - BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY (136359) - PRODUCTION SEQUENCE # ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, REAR ENGINE: L98 5.7 L 350 C.I. TUNED PORT INJECTION TRANSMISSION: MX0 4 SPEED AUTOMATIC REAR: 3.07 RATIO COMMENTS THIS VERY ORIGINAL 1985 CORVETTE COUPE SHOWS VERY WELL. THE PAINT, THE INTERIOR, AND THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT ARE FAR SUPERIOR IN APPEARANCE THAN MOST CORVETTES OF THIS ERA. WELL EQUIPPED FROM THE FACTORY SOME OF THE MORE UNUSUAL OPTIONS ARE THE TRANSPARENT ROOF, DELCO BILSTEIN SHOCKS, CRUISE CONTROL, HEAVY DUTY COOLING, Z51 PERFORMANCE HANDLING PACKAGE AND THE LIST GOES ON. INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT IN 1998 EVERYTHING WAS REPAIRED CORRECTLY AND THIS CORVETTE DRIVES AS WELL AS IT LOOKS. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HIGH QUALITY C4 CORVETTE THAT IS PRICED TO SELL, LOOK NO FURTHER. THIS MAY BE THE ONE FOR YOU. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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    2012 Blade Silver Coupe / Tan Interior 18K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Automatic Transmission, Navigation, Dual Mode Exhaust FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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    2011 Torch Red Grand Sport Convertible / Black Interior / Black Power Top 16K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Automatic, Navigation, Chrome Wheels, Dual Mode Exhaust FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 281-821-1222 OR 800-829-6434

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    2009 Blade Silver Coupe / Black Interior 8K Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, 6 Speed Manual, Z51 Suspension, Head Up Display, Polished Wheels, Dual Power / Heated Seats, Memory Package FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 281-821-1222 OR 800-829-6434

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  • The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 2008 Mercedes...

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    The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 2008 Mercedes Benz S550 V8 The 2008 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is perhaps the most advanced car on the planet, with precision engineering, groundbreaking technologies and an interior fit for foreign dignitaries. For those desiring a large ultraluxury sedan that has everything and can do everything, the S-Class is the benchmark. 22 inch Savini Signature Series Tires Custom Tailored Financing Available for ALL CREDIT SITUATIONS !!!! YOU ARE APPROVED !!! www.TheNewAutoToyStore.com

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  • The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 1967 Ford...

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    The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor Replica In 1995, Denice Halicki licensed the remake rights of the 1974 film with Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer to produce an eponymous 2000 remake. Both films share plot similarities about a crew of thieves' order to steal 48/50 cars and deliver them to the Long Beach docks. Once again, the 'Eleanor' name applies to the featured car, now a silver 1967 Mustang Fastback with a customized body kit. The second film revived popularity, including the production of 'Eleanor' replicas by various custom shops. One of the actual 'Eleanor' Mustangs from the 2000 film sold on May 18, 2013 at Mecum's Indianapolis auction for $1,100,000 USD. This Elanore features: Ford 347 CI stroker engine 5 Speed transmission QAI coilover front end 3.89 positraction rear end Rack and pinion steering March Pully System 4 Wheel Disc Brakes Rust free car Dakota Digital Dash NOS - Go Baby Go - Nitrous Oxide System Please Call Jonathan Frank with Questions 954-868-3279 Custom Tailored Financing Available for ALL CREDIT SITUATIONS !!!! YOU ARE APPROVED !!! www.TheNewAutoToyStore.com

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  • The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 1981 Pontiac...

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    The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 1981 Pontiac Trans Am. The Pontiac Firebird is an automobile which was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors between 1967 and 2002. The Firebird was introduced the same year as the automaker's platform-sharing model, the Chevrolet Camaro. This is a Real Trans Am Hard to find 4 speed manual transmission Factory tubine aluminum alloy wheels 4 wheel disc brakes Factory AM/FM stereo radio Factory smoked glass removable T-Top roof panels Please Call Jonathan Frank with Questions 954-868-3279 Custom Tailored Financing Available for ALL CREDIT SITUATIONS !!!! YOU ARE APPROVED !!! www.TheNewAutoToyStore.com

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