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  • Model A Fords make great hobby cars, both for beginners and experienced...

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    Model A Fords make great hobby cars, both for beginners and experienced hobbyists, and there are guys who fall in love and stay with them forever. It’s hard to argue against cars like this wonderful 1930 four-door sedan, which offers peppy performance, rugged mechanicals, and an upscale look that will attract attention everywhere you go.
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    Personally, I’m a big fan of the Model A sedans, and longed for one when I was contemplating my first car at about age 14. The sedan is practical, but it’s also impressive and grown-up-looking, and appears far more expensive than it is. This one is finished in brown and tan, a handsome, popular combination from a few years back, and the two-tone paint scheme shows off the many intricate details that made the Model A a big step up from the T. Very few body parts are reproduced for the sedans, so it’s all Henry Ford steel complemented by classic black fenders. This particular body was built by Murray, easily identified by the arched windows, and new Ford owners were never certain which style they’d get until it arrived. Ford pioneered the use of stainless steel (which they called “rustless” steel) on the radiator shell and headlamps, along with chromed bumpers front and rear, all of which are in good condition today. There are also twin side-mounted spares and a handy rear luggage rack, making this a fine tour candidate that’s eminently practical.
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    Ford should be commended on the quality of their interior materials, and the brown mohair upholstery in the sedan is the same stuff they were using in Lincolns. Pleated patterns were used throughout, and matching door panels were fitted at the same time, complete with map pockets that you’ll undoubtedly find quite useful. Closed cars also got beautiful wood garnish moldings for the doors, which really give it an upscale feel inside, but the rest of the controls will be immediately familiar to anyone who has driven a Model A before. Gauges are simple, just a speedometer, ammeter, and fuel gauge that looks directly into the cowl-mounted gas tank. Have a look around inside, but I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by Henry’s lovely little Model A’s ability to look like a million bucks without even trying.
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    The erstwhile 200 cubic inch inline-four makes 40 horsepower, but torque is really what moves this Ford, and there’s plenty of it. With a distinctive sound and a peppy attitude, the engine moves the sedan with aplomb, cruising happily at 45 MPH all day, with bursts of up to 60 MPH possible for short periods. The engine looks to have been restored not too long ago, and these are extremely reliable machines, so you shouldn’t think twice about putting it on the road. An auxiliary fuel filter works in conjunction with the original sediment bowl, feeding the Zenith carburetor via gravity—the ultimate fuel system! It fires up quickly and while not exactly smooth, it has a great mechanical feel that’s all part of the Model A’s charm. Underneath it looks pretty stock, including solid floors, a brand new exhaust system and bright straw-colored wheels wearing 19-inch whitewalls.
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    Get a Model A. Cars like this sedan are a great way to learn about old cars without any headaches. Call today!

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  • What else can be said about the always-cute, always-reliable VW Beetle?...

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    What else can be said about the always-cute, always-reliable VW Beetle? Finding a clean convertible today is not all that easy, and while they’re affordable at the moment, given the way VW Bus prices have skyrocketed, it’s probably only a matter of time before this 1977 Beetle convertible joins them on the A-list.
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    Although they were technically still in showrooms well into 1980, the writing was on the wall and by 1977, the mainstream Beetle had already been supplanted by the much more modern Rabbit. Fortunately, VW knew their car had transcended mere transportation at that point, and as a result continued to offer the same great looks and fun attitude that had always characterized the charming little car from Wolfsburg. The light green finish here is sophisticated on the round little Bug, and having been comprehensively refinished just a few years ago, it looks quite good overall. Although it shows a few signs of use, we think you’ll agree it’s certainly one of the nicest convertibles from the era that you’re likely to find. The restoration was thorough, and once you look inside the trunk, engine lid and throughout the other fine details, you’ll find this one was truly loved and someone had a passion for bringing this one back at a very high level. It’s hard to argue with the finished product too - the chrome bumpers, oversized parking and tail lamps, and a curved windshield distinguish the Super Beetle, but it’ll never be mistaken for anything else.
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    Inside, there’s a nicely finished tan interior. Surprisingly upscale, it was replaced when the car was restored from a bare shell, and it shows like the work was done last week. The seats are supportive buckets flanked by matching door panels and handsome light-colored carpets that are ideal in an open car. The single round speedometer with its integral fuel gauge is highly visible and fully functional, reinforcing the Beetle’s quirky nature, and it’s surrounded by period-correct wood treatments just like when it was new. An AM/FM radio still lives in the dash and VW’s high-quality workmanship is most apparent in the brand new fully insulated and lined convertible top. The front trunk area is fully upholstered and is actually quite impressive all by itself.
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    At 1600cc, the VW flat-four isn’t going to win any drag races, but its peppy demeanor and legendary reliability have their own appeal which Volkswagen enthusiasts understand only too well. It’s neatly maintained, and offers a fresh Solex carburetor and a massive alternator for reliability. There are signs of regular maintenance since the build, and if you cover the basics, these cars will practically run forever. It starts quickly with that characteristic VW whistling exhaust sound, and once you master the shifter, you’ll discover that it’s a joy to drive. The suspension is supple, the body is solid, and the critical battery and heater boxes underneath remain in good condition. It appears that someone has recently installed a correct replacement muffler and all the important hoses and ducts are still in place. Flashy chrome wheels wear brightly polished hub caps as well as correctly-sized 165R15 radials that give it a confident stance.
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    Still inexpensive and still a lot of fun, the VW Beetle is an iconic car that anyone can afford. Better yet, its simple mechanicals, plentiful parts supply, and vast knowledge base mean that you can enjoy it practically forever. Call today!

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  • No question the 1958 Impala is a landmark automobile, and is rapidly...

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    No question the 1958 Impala is a landmark automobile, and is rapidly starting to eclipse its popular Tri-Five siblings in terms of desirability and value. This stunning resto-mod retains everything that was great about the Impala, and adds all the modern conveniences to create what is perhaps the ultimate ‘50s luxury/performance coupe.
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    The ’58 Impala never looks as good as when it’s dressed in black: formal, imposing, and emphasizing the dramatic one-year-only styling. During the build, they were aiming to create the ultimate ’58 with a high quality finish all around, so the doors fit extremely well, the gaps are even, and all that glittering trim was painstakingly aligned to give it the look the designers dreamed of in ’58. Two-stage urethane creates an impossibly high shine that will look this good for years and years, and all the correct Impala logos were faithfully refinished or replaced when it was dry. A small fortune was spent on getting the chrome up to shape, from the massive bumpers to the delicate fins atop the front fenders to the dual antennas on the rear fenders, with the final product looking shiny and bright. Very impressive!
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    Although there’s a lot of new stuff under the skin, the interior was restored to factory specifications using red tri-tone upholstery as original. The beautiful door panels feature red anodized inserts, and you’ll note that power windows have been neatly integrated so they look OEM. The factory gauges have all been restored, and it’s possible that the 120 MPH speedometer is no longer adequate for this car. A/C has been subtly added under the dash, but beyond that it’s pretty much the way GM built it back in 1958. The factory AM radio is still in the dash, the original gauges are watching the engine up front, and the beautiful two-tone steering wheel emphasizes the 1950s fascination with space travel. Even more remarkable, we believe the 42,694 miles shown on the odometer could be authentic, although we unfortunately don’t have any docs to prove it. Either way, you can’t argue wih the finished product and this car truly is one of the most beautiful designs to ever hit the road. Finishing things off out back, the trunk carries a full-sized spare tire and wheel assembly.
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    The top engine in 1958 was a 348 cubic inch V8, instantly recognizable by its M-shaped valve covers. With plenty of dress-up, including a chrome air cleaner and finned aluminum valve covers, it looks as flashy as the rest of the car, and with Chevy Orange paint, there’s no question that this is bowtie muscle. The A/C system uses modern components and R134a refrigerant, so it’s effective and easy to service, and the braking system uses a dual-circuit master cylinder feeding vented front disc brakes for safety. A 2-speed PowerGlide transmission spins the original rear end, so it’s happy around town and on the highway, and in both cases the burbling dual exhaust system sounds fantastic blowing through a pair of chrome tips just under the rear bumper. Fantastic Coy’s alloy wheels give it a retro look with a modern touch and wear staggered 225/45/18 front and 245/40/20 rear Kumho performance radials.
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    This is an extremely impressive ’58 Impala that captures not only the best of what was possible at the time, but everything that it could be with just a bit of modern technology. Call today!

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  • The best resto-mods are about no compromises, and this incredible 1966...

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    The best resto-mods are about no compromises, and this incredible 1966 Chevy Nova is a prime example. With a thumping 383-inch small block, a suspension hunkered down over gorgeous alloy wheels, and a gorgeous interior, it’s obvious that no corners were cut in its construction.
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    The crisp Nova body has always been popular with hot rodders—heck, even the factory got into the act when they stuffed a potent L79 Corvette motor under the hood and created one of the most predatory sleepers ever. Rendered in fashionable copper metallic paint, most folks take one look at the sleek lines and figure that it has to be customized, but the truth is, it isn’t. Aside from the cowl induction hood, the rest of the car is original GM styling, and even most of the trim remains intact, including the rocker moldings, grille, and bright chrome bumpers front and rear. The two-stage urethane paint is dazzling in the sunlight, and you can imagine how the heads will turn when you prowl into the parking lot behind the wheel of this one. Adding tinted windows only enhances the predatory look as well as enhancing comfort.
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    The black interior respects the original design and adds only a few worthwhile upgrades. The bucket seats carry vinyl and cloth covers that look right in the compact Nova, and were finished by guys who are used to winning the big trophies. The carpets use the original style weave, just for effect, and the door panels are restored, not custom pieces. In back, the bench seat was stitched to match the buckets up front, giving the entire interior a very cohesive look that’s typical of the best custom builds. Upgrades include a center console, an AM/FM/CD stereo system, and a pair of auxiliary gauges under the dash plus a column-mounted tach. It all looks custom but it doesn’t beat you over the head with it. Open the trunk for a back-to-basics look with spatter-finish paint as well as a reproduction trunk mat.
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    One turn of the key will convince you that the look is not a mere illusion, compliments of a Walden-built 383 cubic inch small block. Full of goodies like a set of aluminum heads a Holley carburetor, and an Edelbrock high rise intake, it snarls and cackles like a full race piece. It has clearly been dressed for show with a bit of chrome and polished aluminum, and all the plumbing and wiring was done with aesthetics in mind. A thick aluminum radiator keeps it cool effortlessly. A built TH350 3-speed automatic transmission sends thrust back to a 3.42-geared 12-bolt hanging on composite leaf springs. Beautifully-built ceramic-coated headers dump into a Flowmaster exhaust system that sounds truly spectacular and that’s one impressively clean floor pan. 15-inch Billet Specialties wheels fit inside 185/65/15 radials up front and 235/60/15 Mickey Thompson drag radials out back, so you know this one was built for combat.
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    This car’s extensive list of modifications and equipment really needs more space than we have here, so please give us a call to get the full story. Or better yet, come and see it for yourself—you won’t be disappointed!

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  • The formula was a good one: take a lightweight car like the Chevy II and...

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    The formula was a good one: take a lightweight car like the Chevy II and stuff it full of small block V8. This 1966 Chevy II (also known as the Nova) is a road-ready example of that formula in action, and it’s a real SS to boot!
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    Dark colors like the burgundy on this Nova help give Chevy’s compact a bigger presence. They’re not big cars, which is why they’re so potent out on the road, but in serious colors you have no choice but to treat them with respect. The paint and bodywork on this car are several years old and the paint is starting to show its age, but if you like to drive, there aren’t many better Bowties for the job. The steel underneath is quite straight and shows off good gaps, suggesting that when the work was done, they took their time. A black vinyl top fits well and helps with the grown-up image this car projects, and the clean, uncluttered lines of the early Nova will look good forever. Nice chrome, including the factory grille with authentic SS emblem and the ‘Super Sport’ logos on the quarters, gives it just enough flash to get some attention as you go rolling past.
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    The interior is extremely nice, however, with newer seat covers and carpets, all in black to fit the car’s mature image. A center console is a relatively rare option in the bare-bones Nova, particularly one that originally came with a six under the hood. The under-dash A/C unit was installed by the dealer back in the day, although it currently needs a new compressor to be 100% functional (fortunately, A6 compressors are inexpensive and easy to find). Even in an SS, the gauge package was little more than the speedometer and fuel gauge, but the steering wheel is just as lovely here as it is in the top-of-the-line Impala. A modern digital AM/FM/cassette stereo lives in the dash and for a little car, there sure is plenty of trunk space, even with a full-sized spare tire tucked up in there.
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    So, OK, this Nova originally carried a six, but today there’s a proper 283 cubic inch V8, just as the General intended. The upgrade is a literal bolt-in, so why wouldn’t you do it? Using authentic finishes and equipment, ranging from the stock-style air cleaner to ram’s horn exhaust manifolds, it definitely has an OEM look. Chevy Orange paint and stamped rocker covers certainly help, and it’s nice to see that they reinstalled all the A/C equipment, working or not, instead of just dumping it like so many other engine swaps. The 2-speed PowerGlide transmission is plenty tough for V8 duty and channels power to the original rear end. A newer dual exhaust system gives it a sinister voice and you’ll note that the chassis really is in nice shape. Include power steering and you have a great-driving Nova that’s ready to enjoy. Classic Rally wheels really fill the wheel wells yet keep the OEM look and carry General white-letter radials at all four corners.
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    A slick V8 SS that just needs some TLC to be a truly great specimen. If you like the promise of light weight and horsepower, then perhaps this car deserves a closer look. Call today!

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  • Just about any 1964 Chevy Impala convertible you run across is a...

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    Just about any 1964 Chevy Impala convertible you run across is a desirable piece, but the one to own is a legitimate V8 convertible like this lovely Palomar Red ragtop with a burbling 283 under the hood. While fashion comes and goes, the timeless Impala will always be cool.
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    As you know, we sell a lot of these cars, but the convertibles are much harder to come by. As a well-maintained, highly original car, the body is straight and clean and while we may take it for granted, cars like this just don’t come along all that often. Aside from the paint, which is a nicely done older repaint, it still presents quite well and can be driven proudly. Just look at the long strip of trim running from behind the front fender opening, which cleanly streaks along the bodywork uninterrupted. It’s a shame how many of these were modified over the years, when we think the factory nailed it just right. Get close up and you won’t be disappointed, because the chrome has been buffed and polished, the stainless is bright, and all the stock emblems are in place—no fake SS badges need apply. It even includes twin rear-mounted antennas and, of course, six taillights just like all the Impalas before it.
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    The interior is restored to original specs, which means a comfortable bench seat wrapped in black vinyl. As Chevy’s top-of-the-line, the stitching gives it an upscale look and the sweep of bright trim along the outer edges makes it sparkle. Both the front and rear seats are supportive and comfortable, showing minimal wear and no damage, while things like the carpets, dash pad, and probably the door panels restored at the same time. The markings on the gauges are crisp, showing GM’s penchant for three-dimensional designs where the needles hid behind the markings on a clear plastic face for a very cool effect. A glance in the door jambs will prove how thorough the restoration work was, and the sole modification inside appears to be an AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit neatly parked in the stock location. The white power convertible top is in good condition and you’ll be pleased to note that it hides under a black vinyl boot when it’s down, giving the big Imp a very clean profile. There’s more clean sheetmetal living in the trunk, which is finished with a correct mat and a full-sized spare.
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    The engine is a correct 283 cubic inch V8, fully rebuilt, detailed, and ready to rock. The engine bay is bright and nicely done, including proper Chevy Orange paint on the block, plain stamped steel valve covers, and the big black air cleaner up top. Simplicity guarantees reliability, and the orderly engine bay suggests that this car is ready to drive without worries, and they went the extra mile and used correctly marked hoses, tower hose clamps, and reproduction decals whenever possible. Underneath, there’s a rugged PowerGlide 2-speed automatic surrounded by tidy floors, a correct dual exhaust system, and niceties like power steering and brakes. Four 215/70/14 whitewall radials have been fitted to the original wheels, which wear the original hubcaps.
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    Impalas are one of those cars that everyone thinks is cool, so when you show up in this handsome convertible, you may find that you suddenly have a lot of new friends. Call today!

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  • Quick quiz: what looks like a vintage Mercedes, is titled as a 1975...

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    Quick quiz: what looks like a vintage Mercedes, is titled as a 1975 Ford, and has a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 for power? Give up? The answer is this 1929 Mercedes SSK replica called a Gazelle. You’ve seen them before, but since most of them are little more than rebodied Pintos, this one has a little something extra for you when you slide behind the wheel.
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    OK, so if you’re familiar with the original Mercedes SSK, this car isn’t going to fool you. However, for a lot of folks, just having a car that looks old but runs like their daily driver is just fine, thank you very much. All the right styling cues are there, from the upright chrome grille and swooping fenders to the cut-down doors and rear-mounted spare, and to the untrained eye, it’s pretty convincing. The paint is far nicer than your garden-variety Gazelle, most of which seem to have been painted dull beige with brown fenders instead of striking bright red and it’s pretty clear that an above-average amount of time and money went into making this one special. Other authentic details include the side pipes (non-functional, sadly), the leather strap holding the hood down like a vintage Bentley racer, and wind wings, which are actually quite practical in this windowless roadster. The fiberglass body itself is in great condition and, well, there’s actually a lot here to like.
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    The red and black interior is more sporty than vintage, but it works in the low-slung sportster. A combination of original Gazelle workmanship in the wooden dash and pleated door panels combines with a few modern upgrades like the white-faced instruments and Grant GT steering wheel with a lovely wooden rim. The twin-cockpit design is akin to a vintage MG than a Mercedes SSK, but this car isn’t about being an exact duplicate, and you can’t argue with the layout. That’s a real wood instrument panel, and the recent series of upgrades also included an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. A back seat makes this Gazelle somewhat practical and there is a folding top and side curtains for inclement weather, you know—just in case. Carpets, seats, door panels, and the other soft parts are in very good condition, particularly considering that it’s a convertible without windows. There is no trunk, but does that even matter?
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    Most of these Gazelle replicas were based on some variation of the Ford Pinto, but somewhere along the line the original 4-cylinder motor was tossed and a healthy 350 cubic inch Chevy dropped into place. With an Edelbrock intake, 4-barrel carburetor, and a dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, there’s no hiding the fact that this car’s power-to-weight ratio is better than a Corvette’s. A few chrome dress-up items in the engine bay make it that much more interesting to show up in this car and open the hood, and thanks to a quick-shifting TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, it’s happy to slog through traffic without complaint. The suspension is Mustang II up front and a live axle out back, so it breaks no new ground, but handling and braking are surprisingly good thanks to its relatively light weight. Steel wheels with chrome wire wheels look right and wear 225/70/14 BFGoodrich Silvertown wide whitewall radials all around.
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    So for those of you who like the old look but long for something a bit more contemporary, perhaps this well-built Gazelle will solve your conundrum. Call today!

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  • This 1965 Mercury Marauder isn’t a car, it is now static art. With just...

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    This 1965 Mercury Marauder isn’t a car, it is now static art. With just 3860 original miles (not a misprint), it is so authentic and well-preserved that those are still its original tires! So for you fans of originality who missed the big auction a few weeks ago, this Marauder has your name all over it.
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    Fresh from the Hallbrook Museum in Arkansas, this car has been in climate-controlled stasis since, oh, about three months after it was built. The level of preservation is quite extraordinary making this the kind of car that will have onlookers constantly speculating about its past and it provides an invaluable road map to duplicating the factory’s work as closely as possible. You can see how exacting the panel gaps were, how shiny the chrome was, and the level of care that went into the general assembly. It really is quite illuminating to see it all in unrestored condition yet so beautifully preserved. Even the black vinyl top remains glossy and supple, so you know someone took good care of it beyond simply keeping the dust off.
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    The black interior shows off room for six with a pair of black bench seats that still feel as firm as they did on the showroom floor. The upholstery shows virtually zero wear, which you’d expect, and thanks to its sheltered life, there’s no UV damage or signs of age in the material itself. The shiny instrument panel covers the basics with indicator lamps for the auxiliary functions (the Marauder was performance on a relative budget, remember) and the factory AM radio still lives in the dash powered by 1960s transistors. Little stuff like the shift indicator (which is crystal clear) and the textured steering wheel rim are like new and all the brightwork, which usually starts to deteriorate the minute you get it home, remains quite shiny. The big trunk is fitted with the original mat and spare tire, which has never been on the ground!
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    Want to see how to finish your 390 cubic inch V8 in your Marauder restoration project? All the answers are here. The bright orange Mercury paint is not regular Ford Blue and it has just the right shine. Correct decals remain firmly affixed to their surfaces and there’s really no real sign of major use, further confirming the low-mileage claim. It’s possible that the belts and hoses have been replaced over the years, but they were careful to keep the tower hose clamps which add authenticity. It’s backed by the 3-speed Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission (which shockingly isn’t a major leaker) and 9-inch rear end are just as they were back then, too. The undercarriage is a bit crusty, but that’s simply because most of it was bare metal that was never treated or painted, so this is how it looked before it even rolled off the transporter. The muffler might be a replacement piece, but there’s no doubt that those are the original 8.15-15 whitewall tires on factory wheels with optional hubcaps.
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    Heavily documented with original owner’s manual and ID card, bill of sale, maintenance receipts, a partial build sheet and much more, this is a no-questions survivor in remarkable condition. If that’s your thing, this is your car. Call today!

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  • 1973 Porsche 911E Targa 1973 Porsche 911E Targa, chassis# 9113211023,...

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    1973 Porsche 911E Targa 1973 Porsche 911E Targa, chassis# 9113211023, engine# *6108668 *, red with tan interior, excellent car for an easy cosmetic restoration and with the Porsche market on the rise this would make an excellent investment and great addition to any collection, mechanically sound. For only $29,500If 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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  • 1967 Chevy Chevelle Convertible1967 Chevy Chevelle Convertible, silver...

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    1967 Chevy Chevelle Convertible1967 Chevy Chevelle Convertible, silver with black interior, just came ouf of an estate, mechanically sound. For $19,750If 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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  • ***** THE VEHICLE IS LOCATED IN LYON, IL ***** This is a 1959 Chrysler...

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    ***** THE VEHICLE IS LOCATED IN LYON, IL ***** This is a 1959 Chrysler Saratoga Golden Lion Edition project car. The car has 91,435 miles on the odometer and is finished in Magenta and White with a Magenta and White vinyl interior. This 1959 Chrysler Saratoga Golden Lion Edition is a very rare car and is a complete and solid car to restore. The car has been stored indoors in dry storage for years and currently the engine does not turn; however as a starting Point for a restoration it is perfect. Please take the time to inspect the car yourself or have a service who specializes in inspections do one for you; you will not be disappointed. We have priced this vehicle to sell so don't let this opportunity to own it pass you by!! Look over the pictures and make an appointment to see the car. 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 Midway airport or deliver this vehicle to your doorstep. ***** THE VEHICLE IS LOCATED IN LYON, IL *****

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  • Look at this beautiful 1968 Charger RT. Recent Nut-N-Bolt Restoration,...

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    Look at this beautiful 1968 Charger RT. Recent Nut-N-Bolt Restoration, True (XS) RT, beautiful factory (GG) Racing Green metallic, white vinyl tip, white tail stripe, factory green vinyl interior matching numbers 440 ci engine, Edelbrock 4 bbl, Mopar aluminum intake, Hedman ceramic headers, MSD Ready-to-Run ignition, Mopar Performance aluminum valve covers, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning, 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission, bucket seats with console, factory tic-toc-tach &amp; gauges, factory am-fm radio, remote mirror, rear defog, Flowmaster dual exhaust with chrome tips, 8 &frac34; 3.23 Sure Grip rear end, 235/70/15 Uniroyal tires, 15&quot; Magnum wheels, hide-away headlights, clean North Carolina car, original broadcast sheet, Rare Mopar Muscle!-WE FINANCE AND SHIP WORLDWIDE-SHOEN BY APPT ONLY-CALL US TODAY

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  • Sold| Sold| Sold! on 10-12-13. Cars-On-Line.com called this Merc The...

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    Sold| Sold| Sold! on 10-12-13. Cars-On-Line.com called this Merc The Deal Of The Day on their last Friday's News Letter. Over 1|600 times this car was viewed on the web site & only 1 savvy person picked up the phone to inquire about this car. He immediately bought it. If you follow my web site| know who I am| you should already know my collector cars are priced lower then any other dealer's because I am a realist. So| if you see something else that grabs your attention| pick up the phone & call me before you miss. 1965 Mercury Marauder 2-Dr . Fastback Exterior paint finished in Candy Apple Red complemented by a 2-tone Red vinyl interior. Features include: - 390 V-8 engine - 3-speed automatic transmission - Power steering - Power brakes - Factory A/C (blows cold) - Heater - Factory AM radio (works) - Remote control driver side mirror - Seat belts - Deluxe wheel covers - Windshield washer - Intermittent windshield wipers - White stripe radial tires - Jack & spare tires 55K documented actual miles with complete ownership history from new. 1st & 2nd owner retained ownership since '79 till '08 & subsequently passed down to a family member. I am the 5th registered owner from new. This car is currently registered in my personal name. With the exception of paint| this car is 100% original and is in unrestored condition. It still has the original carpet| headliner| door panels| seat upholstery| rear package shelf| padded dashboard| and sun visors. There are no cracks in steering wheel| dash pad or any excessive wear on upholstery or door panels. It retains all it's original glass| weather stripping| & all trim pieces. Also has the original bias ply tire as the spare. Undercarriage including frame| floor boards| & rocker panels are all solid| original| & rust free. It appears that this car has been garage kept most of its life. Paint has a deep gloss shine. Mechanical condition is outstanding. Recent service completed in last 2K miles includes complete brake overhaul| complete new exhaust system| fuel system refurbishment| new tires| ac service| shocks| & battery. Exterior paint refinish in 2011. Engine bay detail was just completed. Original trunk liner still shows well. Car runs & drives the same way as when new. I am amazed how quiet & smooth it rides. Not a squeak or rattle. If you like your cars to be in stock |original condition| you will love this one. We have simple interest| low interest rate financing available to qualified buyers. Delivery to your door no problem. Please call Stuart @ 912-634-4949 for complete details & to find out how easy he makes it for you to own this car today. Offered @ $10|900

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  • 1955 Mercury Montclair 2-Dr. Hardtop Exterior paint finished in 2-tone...

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    1955 Mercury Montclair 2-Dr. Hardtop Exterior paint finished in 2-tone Yukon Yellow with Tuxedo Black complemented by a White vinyl with Black cloth insert interior. Features include: * 292 C.I. Y Block V8 engine * Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission * Power steering * Power brakes * Radio| clock| & heater * Front & rear bumper guards * Dual chrome exhaust tip deflectors * Continental kit * Wide white wall tires (5) * Jack & spare tire From a private collection in Miami| FL| this '55 Mercury is a show winning| # 1 condition| frame off restoration. It is an AACA Senior National Prize winner kept in a climate control environment so you know it's got to be that nice. If you want the best '55 Mercury Montclair 2-Dr. Hardtop available for sale on the market today| you better take a good look here. You probably could not restore a car to this condition for less than $100K today. It is a trailer queen. We have it priced very reasonable at just $39|900. Turn key ready for you to enjoy today. We have low rate| simple interest collector car financing available to qualified buyers. Delivery to your door no problem. Please call our sales office today @ 912-634-4949. Car is currently located in Miami| FL & shown by appointment only.

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  • I've owned this beauty myself since 1998. She is a 350 cid bench seat...

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    I've owned this beauty myself since 1998. She is a 350 cid bench seat automatic car with a GM 12 bolt rear. Over 18 months she underwent a long and meticulous restoration of the body. The entire nose was removed and everything from the fire wall forward was cleaned, painted, and detailed. All rust was cut out and replaced with brand new hand formed steel. The panels were then stripped to bare metal and straightened with hammer and dolly. All gaps were reset to closer than factory to get a tight look. The body was then sealed in epoxy and 3 coats of build primer were laid down with full board sanding in between. She was then sprayed in 1971 GM Lime Green followed by 3 coats of high gloss clear. All lines on this car are laser straight. A new vinyl top was installed and all bright work was straightened and buffed to a high luster.

    See the 250+ photos of the build here: http://s1259.photobucket.com/user/JeepForSaleMA/library/72%20Monte%20Carlo%20Gulf%20Green

    The Original 350 small block engine has been warmed with a mild cam, aluminum intake manifold, and Dynomax ceramic coated headers and runs very well. The original intake and air cleaner come with the car. A Turbo Hydormatic 350 transmission handles the torque from the Chevy power plant and sends it to the 2:73 geared 12 bolt rear end. All U-joints have been replaced and rear has been inspected and serviced. All wheel bearings have been serviced or replaced. This car is a great cruiser, decent on gas, and a highway screamer. All drive train components are unmolested and match to the car.

    95% of the brake system has been rebuilt. All new lines, new master cylinder, and rebuilt calipers and rear drums. Break pads are fresh all around.

    This Monte still retains all of her original options including the AM/FM 8 track player (not functioning), rear window defogger, rear view mirror map light, tilt steering, factory tinted glass, air conditioning (just needs a charge) and full size ralley rim spare and jack set. The build sheet indicates that this was built in December 1971 in Baltimore MD as a 4 barrel dual exhaust ralley rim car. It does not look like she has ever been in an accident and has not been driven in weather in at least 20 years. Most parts are original to the car.

    While the body, drive train, and under carriage are all in great shape, this Monte could certainly benefit from an interior kit. The headliner is new but the seats are showing their age.

    In addition to the build sheet I also have a documented history of the vehicle back to the mid 70s. Including all work and replacement parts bought in that time. All bills of sale back to the original owner.

    Give me a call if you are interested in taking this beauty for a ride. Squeaky clean MA title in hand. Its time for my next project.

    Please call Dennis at 508-642-4845.

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  • I Am Looking For This Exact Car!
    It MUST Be These Colors And It Must...

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    I Am Looking For This Exact Car!
    It MUST Be These Colors And It Must Have EVERY! And I Mean Every Option! Including Factory SunRoof!
    Do Not Waste My Time On Something That Needs To Be Restored!
    I Want This Car In This Condition!

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  • For sale is an amazingly beautiful and rare Excalibur Automobile...

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    For sale is an amazingly beautiful and rare Excalibur Automobile Corporation manufactured 427 AC Cobra with only 7300 original miles. This is not a "KIT" car like many of them are on the market. This Cobra is one of one hundred examples manufactured in 1995.

    This Cobra is powered by a Ford 5.0 liter (302 cu. in.) H.O. V-8 Sequential Port Fuel Injection, 5-Speed Borg Warner T-5 manual transmission, Functional Side Pipes, 16" Halibrand style rims, full leather interior, AM/FM Stereo Cassette.

    This Cobra is Calif titled and registered and is certified smog legal. Comes with a top, top bows, side curtains and a tonneau cover. Low cost professional shipping is available.

    For $37,500 you will not be disappointed!! Call Chris at 858-866-4661 for more details.

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  • Just in from a private collection, We are pleased to present this very...

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    Just in from a private collection, We are pleased to present this very well done 1967 Camaro Custom for sale. This southern car was acquired from Kentucky in 2009 as a complete frame off restored vehicle minus motor and transmission. All of the following have been replaced new or restored at the time of acquisition: Power Disc Brakes, Brake Booster, Master Cylinder, All Brake lines, Fuel lines, Gas Tank with sending unit, Tank straps and rubber, sub frame bushings, original head light buckets powder coated, original bumper brackets powder coated, original core support powder coated, Hood hinges powder coated, fender braces powder coated, new grill, Sub frame blasted and painted, GM vertical support powder coated, new wiring harness, front spoiler, powder coated pedal assembly, new radiator support bushings, all new bushing hardware, flat cap center caps, new tires, under hood insulation, hood insulator clips, complete new interior, new emblems, powder coated battery tray, powder coated inner fenders, new lower valence, powder coated fender braces, powder coated hood latch, new wheel well chrome, new glass seals…and the list goes on.
    To finish the project, the new owner chose a GM Vortec 6.0 liter LQ4 V8 power-plant mated to a fortified 4L80E automatic transmission. Other implemented finishing touches include keyless entry, remote start, B and M shifter, Cruise control, Alpine sound system with JL Audio speakers, full gauges. The car was painted in gray metallic in 2011. The car also features Z28 stripe package, cowl hood and polished Chip Foose wheels. Huge attention to detail and quality was exercised during the cosmetic restoration and mechanical implementation of this Camaro. The car has been driven 259 miles since the restoration, it is sorted and ready to show or participate in any Pro Touring event.

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  • 1999 MB CLK-320 Convertible, Obsidian Black ( Midnight Blue ) Tan...

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    1999 MB CLK-320 Convertible, Obsidian Black ( Midnight Blue ) Tan interior. Car runs great. Top is faded but in very good condition. This is a no rust carolina car. The body has normal dings and scratches. The drivers rear corner got tapped by a hit and run driver while it was parked. Needs a repair. Tail light has been replaced. The interior needs a door panel for the passenger side, Handle is broken, Wood trim is not right. Car has new A/C compressor. A/C works intermitently. Wouldn't take a lot to get her right. All work was preformed at MB dealer or Goose Creek MB.

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  • DRAG CAR .THIS CAR IS NHRA CERT. CHASSIS. KROYER ENGINEERING BUILT...

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    DRAG CAR .THIS CAR IS NHRA CERT. CHASSIS. KROYER ENGINEERING BUILT ENGINE HAS NO RUNS ON IT ONLY DYNO AND INITIAL STARTUP .TOTALLY REBUILT INCLUDING NEW DART BBC BLOCK . LOOK CLOSELY AT PARTS I USED DURING MY OWNERSHIP , NOTHING ,BUT THE BEST.DEDENBEAR BOX TO THE PNUEMATIC THROTTLE STOP.JESSEL BELT DRIVE ,BILLET VACCUM PUMP,BRODIX HEADS HOGGED OUT, TINZOID J-WINTERS POWERGLIDE W/ TRANS BRAKE ,HILBORN INJECTION , JETHOT HEADERS BY JERRY STAHL ,SPOOL NARROWED 12 BOLT WITH MOSER AXLES, CENTERLINE WARRIOR WHEELS, WILWOOD DISCS ALL THE WAY AROUND WITH LINE LOCK, S&W CHASSISS FRONT AND REAR, MUSTANG II FRONT SUSPENTION AND LOTS MORE . CAR RAN A BEST 9:60 143 MPH @ 2100 FT ALTITUDE THIS RACE CAR NEEDS ALL NEW TIRES

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  • ORIGINAL NEVADA RUST FREE CAR. FRESHLY REBUILT STOCK 455 , 390 HP ...

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    ORIGINAL NEVADA RUST FREE CAR. FRESHLY REBUILT STOCK 455 , 390 HP FACTORY W-30 CAM , BALANCED , F-HEADS . SET UP TO TOUR .I HAVE DRIVEN THIS CAR OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS TO THE FOLLOWING OLDS MEETS : WOODWARD CRUISE (DETROIT MICH.) ,OLDS NATLS ( ST LOUIS AND THE NEXT YEAR TO LANSING) OLDS PERFORMANCE NATLS.(DAYTON OHIO) I LIVE IN LAS VEGAS NV. SO WAS NO HOP SKIP AND A JUMP . VERY RELIABLE CAR . AUTO GEAR 4 SPEED IS STATE OF THE ART VERY ATLAS LIKE IN NATURE W/ GEAR VENDORS OVERDRIVE IS A PLEASURE TO DRIVE WITH GOBS OF TORQUE AND LOW RPM ON HIGHWAY . ALSO HAVE A LOJACK ANTI- THEFT SYSTEM ,BUDNICK 15 " SMOOTHIE WHEELS

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  • We acquired this highly original, survivor, two owner Electra from a...

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    We acquired this highly original, survivor, two owner Electra from a long term storage situation. This vehicle was purchased new at Frank Witt Buick in Muskegon, MI. The car was used and cared for with very little winter use by the original owner until 1982 where it was sold to a local car enthusiast. He kept the car in his collection used it sparingly until 1990, the car was then stored until our recent acquisition. It has been driven 86 500 miles since new.
    The Buick Electra 225 is a highly optioned car and the Flagship for the marque. It features a burly 455 V8 power plant, automatic transmission, Air Conditioning, power windows, power seats, roomy and luxurious interior, power steering, power brakes, tinted glass, enormous trunk, vinyl roof, fender skirts etc. The car features new brakes, 4 brand new tires, new coil, all new fluids, new master cylinder and booster, new wheel cylinders, rebuilt calipers etc.
    Cosmetically the car features its original interior, mostly original paint, original vinyl roof, and is rust free. Mechanically it runs and drives and a little sorting can easily be a reliable everyday driver. The car retains is original Protect-o-plate, warranty book, owners manual, customer information book, and accessory guide. What an opportunity to own a classic Buick that has much to offer.

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  • For 1965, the top performing Barracuda was the Formula S with the 273...

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    For 1965, the top performing Barracuda was the Formula S with the 273 cubic inch Commando V8, just like this lovely Cordovan Metallic example. Restored a few years ago and complete with a broadcast sheet, it's a great alternative to an early Mustang with unique looks and performance to match.
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    There's nothing else on the road that looks like an early Barracuda, with that massive wrap-around rear window and crisp creases along the tops of the fenders. Clearly derived from the popular Valiant, the Barracuda got its own sheetmetal and was an awesome first entry in the burgeoning muscle car wars. This one was restored several years ago, and the foundation appears to be a very solid, original car with no rust issues in its past. Of course, there are no reproduction sheetmetal panels available, so you know it's all factory steel, and the shape of the body leaves few places for second-rate workmanship to hide. Panel gaps are surprisingly good, and the sound of a vintage Chrysler door closing is unique in the entire automobile kingdom, a very precise sound indeed. The paint is two-stage urethane that does a decent job replicating the original Cordovan Metallic, and the gloss is just about right. All the original stainless trim remains in excellent condition, along with the blacked-out grille up front.
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    A black bucket seat interior with console is part of the package, and it's obvious that Chrysler stylists in the mid-1960s were hitting on all eight cylinders, because it's beautifully detailed. The seats all have fresh covers in the original pattern, the gauges are in their own silver pod ahead of the driver, with the optional tach off by itself to the left of the steering column. A trim band of bright aluminum stretches across the dash, camouflaging the heater controls and providing some contrast. The thin [simulated] wood-rimmed steering wheel is pure 1960s fashion, while the console is simple and functional.
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    Many period testers remarked that the 273 Commando V8 under the hood felt a tad underrated at 235 horsepower, with most speculating that it was perhaps 40 horsepower stronger than that. Chrysler wasn't doing the matching numbers thing in 1965, but this one appears to have all its correct factory-issued components, including the engine and TorqueFlite automatic transmission. The engine bay is very nicely detailed, from the tall, chrome air cleaner to the trick finned valve covers. Underneath, the Formula S package offered upgraded springs and shocks, delivering a much more European feel and one of the most agile cars of the period. 14-inch wheels wear the original full wheel covers and modern BFGoodrich radials.
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    The unusual muscle cars seem to be gaining some traction in the market these days, and this early Fish is definitely a great drive. If you're tired of the same-old, same-old, give us a call today!

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  • This 1981 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am is for the visionary car guy. Sure, big...

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    This 1981 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am is for the visionary car guy. Sure, big blocks get all the attention, but technology can be cool, even if it’s 30-year-old technology. The body and interior on this car are outstanding, making this a bargain-priced F-body with insane eyeball appeal, and as the last of the second-generation F-bodies, there’s definitely some collector value.
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    You won’t find another black Trans Am this straight anywhere else for anything close to the asking price. It wears black paint proudly, not like some hacked-up car that lived a hard life, but like someone cared and invested a ton of time in getting it right. The sheetmetal’s straight, the paint is glossy, and I, for one, love the offset scoop on the hood that defines the Turbo cars. The other Trans Am goodies are there, too, including the chin and deck lid spoilers, T-tops, and, of course, the bird on the hood, which has a bit of extra flame to cover that scoop. Repainted just four years ago, you won’t believe how shiny the paint is or how crisply rendered the decals are, but it’s obvious that a lot of money went into it. The urethane bumpers are in excellent shape, and, well, it’s pretty easy to get excited about a car when it looks this good.
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    The bright, airy tan interior is in excellent shape, too. This was the final year for the second-generation Firebirds, but they kept their deep bucket seats and engine-turned dash right up to the end. The vinyl seats are in excellent shape with only minor signs of use and no splits or tears, and the original carpets sure look good for being more than 30 years old. Power windows and seats, a tilt wheel, cruise control, and A/C make it very easy to get comfortable in the Trans Am and the original steering wheel looks fantastic. All the original gauges show crisp markings and clear lenses, and yes, that’s a factory AM/FM radio still living in the dash. The T-tops fit well and don’t leak or rattle and the trunk is nicely outfitted with the original bags, plus the space-saver spare and jack assembly.
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    The 4.9 liter V8 was Pontiac’s way of managing fuel prices back in 1981. Today, turbos are the hot ticket for performance and anyone who has driven a V8 with forced induction knows that there’s vast potential there. The engine bay is packed with hardware and it sure looks like a lot is going on, but the important thing is that it’s complete, because certain components are simply unobtainable today. It’s also quite tidy, suggesting good care in its past. There’s a rugged TH350 3-speed automatic transmission under there that’s ready to rock and 4-wheel disc brakes that make it more than just a straight-line missile. It’s quite solid and clean, too, so this is a car that has a lot of advantages in its corner. Even the polished aluminum wheels, one of Pontiac’s very best designs, are in excellent shape and carry recent 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials.
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    So check out how clean and solid this car is, how beautifully preserved the interior is, and realize that vintage Pontiac performance of all kinds is red-hot today. Don’t miss this opportunity and call today!

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  • You’ve seen cars like this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville tucked into garages...

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    You’ve seen cars like this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville tucked into garages in your neighborhood. You crane your neck when you’re out in the country, trying to peer into barns on old farms. You have an elderly aunt who bought hers new and is still driving it today. Yes, one-owner, low-mile survivors do exist, and this is a positively amazing example.
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    It shows just 38,029 original miles, and with just a single owner who bought it new in 1964, it’s pretty much exactly the way it was back then. Someone clearly loved this car and treated it gently, because a top-of-the-line Bonneville hardtop sedan was not an inexpensive car when it was new. It is also infused with Pontiac performance DNA and crisp styling that makes no secret about this car’s relatives, the GTO and the Grand Prix. A matching white vinyl top demonstrates just how nice this car is, offering up some 60’s elegance, which is exactly how you want it. Even the chrome, which is often the first thing to go on a vintage car, still sparkles brightly and while it’s not perfect, it’s pretty darned impressive.
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    GM nailed it with the Bonneville’s interior, a combination of full-sized luxury and just a hint of performance, the exact right combination for the young executive with a family. The brocade fabric is comfortable and in excellent condition, with button-tufted bench seats and armrests for front and rear passengers. A few well-chosen woodgrain appliques warm up the black interior and they work well with the sparkling shiny trim on the dash, highlighting the Bonneville’s “executive express” status. A trio of gauges is angled towards the driver, just above the original AM radio that’s still fully functional. In addition, there’s a second AM/FM/CD stereo head unit stashed under the dash that’s probably more appropriate to today’s driver. Power windows are another nice feature, particularly in a pillarless hardtop, givng it a sleek look on the roll. The trunk is positively massive and it sure looks like it still holds the original mat, along with a full-sized spare and jack assembly.
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    The original, numbers-matching 389 cubic inch V8 was a fantastic performer in the Bonneville. Both the engine and the 3-speed automatic transmission were rebuilt about six months ago, so it’s in top mechanical condition, befitting its overall shape. The engine bay was nicely detailed with Pontiac Turquoise paint, a correct air cleaner, and satin black inner fenders and firewall. An auxiliary fan was fitted to the radiator for low-speed cruising (think: parades) and twin Flowmaster mufflers give this formal sedan a muscle car growl at speed. The underside is as clean as you’d expect, and it rides on fresh shocks, new brakes and lines, along with 215/75/14 whitewall radials that are just a few months old.
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    Impressive is the right word for a car like this, both in terms of preservation and performance. If there’s more luxury muscle for less money anywhere, I’d be shocked. Call today!

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  • Looking like it belongs in a ZZ Top music video with a cabin that looks...

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    Looking like it belongs in a ZZ Top music video with a cabin that looks like it's straight out of a fighter jet, this 1937 Buick Street Rod is hard to miss. Not only with it's amazing bright orange finish, but that big block underneath will certainly create an intimidating growl to turn any heads in its presence.
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    When you cover a car in bright orange paint like this, you better do it right. The finish on this '37 Buick looks great and absolutely glows under the lights. That paint lays on smooth body panels that have been modified with typical street rod enhancements such as shaved door handles, flush turn signals, flush tail lights and a windshield wiper delete. The front grill has been painted to match the gorgeous body and sits between two crystal clear headlights. The large fenders that flow into the wide running boards complete the street rod look. And it all sits on staggered chrome Torque Thrust wheels that are 17'' up front and 18'' in the rear.
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    Inside is where things get fun. Slide into the tan leather interior and you are faced with a slew of gauges and switches mounted in the dash that will have you feeling like you're preparing for lift off when you crank up the motor. A couple of those switches are for the power windows, there is the large tachometer, gauges for the water temperature, oil pressure, amperage...anything and everything you need to keep tabs on the motor. There are two bucket seats up front with some cargo room behind them that is lined with custom leather panels. Those buckets center a ratchet shifter in a center console that leads to the automatic transmission. The driver takes control with a GT Sport steering wheel that sits on a tilt column. And when you want to crank up the ZZ Top tunes, there is an AM/FM/CD head unit.
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    Under the bright orange bonnet is a large 468 cubic inch V8 that is force fed air via an 8-71 supercharger. Needless to say, this motor can produce more than enough power to keep things fun, and all of that power is fed through a 3-speed automatic transmission that twists a Dana posi-traction rear end. Underneath, things remain simple with an A-arm front suspension and leaf springs out back featuring power brakes. That big engine exhales through a dual exhaust system that creates a menacing growl. This car has the finesse where it counts and is ready to drive!
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    This '37 Buick is for the enthusiast that is looking for a turn key street rod that they can drive to the local cruise-ins and car shows. You couldn't build this car for our asking price. If you're ready to have fun this weekend, now is your chance. Call today!

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  • While the modern Wrangler does a pretty good impression of a daily...

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    While the modern Wrangler does a pretty good impression of a daily driver that can go anywhere, there’s no such pretense in this 1974 Jeep CJ5, which is pure, unadulterated fun on wheels. With a rust- and dent-proof fiberglass body, a genuine AMC V8, and just two seats, this one is the world’s most recognizable off-road toy no matter how you look at it.
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    Anyone who’s familiar with vintage Jeeps knows that their steel skins are perhaps the most vulnerable part. It dents, scratches, and if you live in certain parts of the country, they rust in the most demonic ways possible. The solution? Fiberglass like the body on this CJ5. It’s tough, rustproof, and doesn’t dent. It lends itself perfectly to the boxy Jeep shape where you can make it tough enough to withstand the rigors of off-roading without damage and still keep that traditional Jeep look. Add a coat of electric blue paint and it starts to look like something that belongs on a show field not a muddy field, but that’s exactly where this Jeep is at its best. Fender flares, some diamond-plate for protecting the vulnerable areas, and that wild tilt front end give this one a unique personality that will win fans just for the sheer audacity of the thing. But the big tubular chrome bumper, classic round Jeep headlights, and those funky asymmetrical rear-view mirrors all give this one a genuine off-roading presence that’s more than just for show.
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    This one is a legitimate 2-seater now, thanks to a pair of comfortable and supportive buckets from a late-model vehicle. The original rear bench was jettisoned and replaced with a pair of powerful all-weather speakers and there’s now enough room to carry plenty of gear for hitting that remote campsite only you know about. New carpets give it a finished look and help control heat from underneath, and the brushed stainless dashboard looks tough. The gauges are clustered in the center in the original way, although the leather-wrapped Grant GT steering wheel is a nice improvement. Aluminum pedals, a center console with cup holders, and the aforementioned AM/FM/CD stereo all help to civilize the Jeep a bit—not too much, but a little! A massive chrome roll bar behind the seats carries powerful off-road lamps, so it’s ready in case worse comes to worst.
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    The engine is an AMC 304 cubic inch V8, the same powerplant that has been powering Jeeps for decades. Unusual but correct, it remains a reliable workhorse that will get you anywhere as long as there’s fuel in the tank. It has a few performance upgrades like long-tube headers with side pipes, a 4-barrel carburetor, and a big cooling fan for slow going. A few chrome dress-up pieces and color-matched components help that tilt front end reveal something worth looking at, although it’s admittedly a bit tough to photograph. A 3-speed manual gearbox and a 2-speed transfer case combine to offer unbeatable torque and the ability to idle over obstacles and feed beefy axles at both ends. The suspension’s been lifted so there’s plenty of clearance for those huge 33x14-15 Super Swamper tires on chrome wheels.
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    For those of you who look forward to getting dirty and climbing rocks while you’re sitting down, this Jeep is the right tool for the job. Call today!

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  • In case you hadn't noticed, finding a clean, stock Mustang fastback is...

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    In case you hadn't noticed, finding a clean, stock Mustang fastback is getting increasingly difficult. This very nicely done 1965 2+2 proves that there's a lot of appeal to a near-stock car with a rev-happy 289, a cool icy blue paint job, and a classic Mustang interior.
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    Restored in 2004 (receipts are included), this Mustang is a very pleasant change from all the bright red and black ponies we've been seeing lately. The icy blue finish neatly compliments the fastback profile, and doesn't scream at you. Instead, it lets you appreciate the finer points of the design, which still looks awesome more than 45 years later. Few liberties were taken, including a hood scoop and the rear window slats that have been painted to match the body work, but overall the shape lends itself well to subtlety. This one also includes the grille-mounted fog lights, '289' badges on the front fenders, as well as the dual exhaust tips poking through the rear valence. Workmanship is professional throughout, and it’s easy to see this one well cared for classic pony.
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    Black buckets inside are like old friends if you're a Mustang fan, and sliding behind the wheel is like coming home. Again, restraint was the order of the day, and there is no aftermarket steering wheel, no modern gauges, and no giant short-throw shifter. What you get instead is classic styling, from the woodgrain steering wheel to the wide speedometer flanked by round instrument pods, to the canted shifter lever. The only significant upgrade is an AM/FM/cassette stereo system, but it fits into the dash with no modifications, so you can't really hold it against the builder for wanting more contemporary sounds. Recent black carpets complement the unmarked bucket seats, and the console and shifter appear to be nicely preserved original pieces. Everything that was good about the Mustang remains intact, and you'll look forward to climbing behind the wheel every time.
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    The engine is a freshened 289 cubic inch V8, and there's no sweeter sound in the Ford world than one of these at full song. Appropriately finished in black engine paint with chrome valve covers and matching air cleaner, someone went the extra mile to make the engine bay look as authentic as possible. Look closely and you'll find correct hose clamps, new wiring, and reproduction decals that give it a factory look. New gear includes spark plugs, speedometer cable, an electronic ignition system, a fresh clutch and pressure plate, a rebuilt transmission, and a rugged 9-inch rear with 3.55 gears on a Track-Lok limited slip. This car also recently received all new KYB performance shocks & springs, front sway bar, titanium ceramic coated headers, 2.5” Flowmaster exhaust, and front disc brakes courtesy of SSBC. And no wheel ever looked better on a Mustang than the bright styled steel wheels this car wears, protected by a brand new set of BF Goodrich tires.
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    Vintage Mustangs don't get much better looking than this, and with all the recent work, it is a great cruiser that will always turn heads. This car has had the money spent so you can purchase and enjoy! Call today!

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  • The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 2004 Cadillac...

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    The New Auto Toy Store is proud to present this beautiful 2004 Cadillac XLR Convertible with only 10,442 Miles. This is a Carfax Certified Accident Free Vehicle. It has been upgraded with 20' Foose Chrome wheels. Luxure features include power seats, windows, locks, & a power one touch retractable hard top. It also has factory touchscreen Navigation & preimum cd sound 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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  • 2002 Electron Blue Convertible / Tan Interior / Tan Top 31K Low Miles,...

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    2002 Electron Blue Convertible / Tan Interior / Tan Top 31K Low Miles, One Owner, Perfect CarFax 1SB Equipment Package, Automatic, Polished Wheels, Heads Up Display, CD Changer FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME CALL 512-834-8388 OR 855-355-8388

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  • 2007 Black Convertible / Tan Interior / Black Power Top 18K Miles,...

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    2007 Black Convertible / Tan Interior / Black Power Top 18K Miles, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Manual, Navigation, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME CALL 512-834-8388 OR 855-355-8388

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  • 2012 Supersonic Blue Coupe / Black Interior 6K Miles, Perfect CarFax ...

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    2012 Supersonic Blue Coupe / Black Interior 6K Miles, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Automatic, Dual Mode Exhaust, Navigation, Heads Up Display, Memory Package, Dual Power Seats, Dual Climate Controls, Bose AM/FM/CD, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME CALL 512-834-8388 OR 855-355-8388

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  • 2010 Torch Red Grand Sport Coupe / Two Tone Black / Red Interior 11K...

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    2010 Torch Red Grand Sport Coupe / Two Tone Black / Red Interior 11K Miles, Perfect CarFax 3LT Equipment Package, Heritage Package, 6 Speed Paddle Shift Automatic Transmission, Dual Climate Control, Dual Power Sport Seats, Memory Package, Heads Up Display, Power Telescopic Steering Column, Bose AM/FM/CD/XM Stereo, ONSTAR Capable, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME CALL 512-834-8388 OR 855-355-8388

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  • This is a really nice and good running Camaro| has the glass T-Tops| has...

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    This is a really nice and good running Camaro| has the glass T-Tops| has all the option you would get with one if these| Paint nice |interior is also nice| has the tuned port engine| just a good car and ready to go.

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  • 350HP LS1 V8 Automatic Transmission Anniversary Red Anniversary Shale...

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    High class British elegance powered by a 290hp V8 engine and a smooth shifting 5-speed automatic transmission. This vehicle has been meticulously well maintained and obviously always garage kept. This vehicle has a stunning laser-straight body finished in Topaz pearl over Doe Skin leather interior. This particular vehicle is very well optioned with upgraded wood grain interior, power moon roof and 18' factory sport wheels. All major services have been completed on this well pampered British luxury automobile. Drives like a new car with low 84,000 orig miles

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