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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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  • Here is a very nice 1930 Ford AA truck that has had a complete frame off...

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    Here is a very nice 1930 Ford AA truck that has had a complete frame off restoration a few years ago| has very few miles since| just been to shows and parades| all original| has the original flat head engine| 4 speed manual transmission| has been converted to 12 volt| the photos don't do this truck justice| runs excellent| truck just needs a new home| just not used enough to justify keeping it.

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  • Dependable, reliable, practical, comfortable, economic, run...

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    Dependable, reliable, practical, comfortable, economic, run forever…these are all words / phrases associated with the Toyota Avalon, thus making it one of the best selling cars in America. This 1999 Toyota Avalon XLS has been previously enjoyed and adult driven. It is highly optioned with Leather interior, heated front seats, power windows, Stereo with cassette and CD, automatic transmission, tilt steering wheel, power brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, aluminum wheels etc.
    The car has been regularly maintained and at 179 963 miles, there is plenty of life as reliable transportation left in this Avalon. The interior is extremely clean for the miles representing the car and attention the car had, the exterior paint is remains original with no evidence of accidents or incidents. Cheap dependable cars do not last long on our floor, call or email for more info.

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

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  • <h3>1948 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan Custom </h3>

    <p>Any of you...

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    <h3>1948 Chevrolet Master 2 Door Sedan Custom </h3>

    <p>Any of you looking for a truly drivable Fat Fendered Street Rod, the hunt is over. This fine Chevy has been built using the finest of components by “Honest Charlies” Speed Shop of Chattanooga TN. The attention to detail is superb and with the upgrades it is one car you can get in and drive to any coast and feel great when you get there and look pretty darn nice too!</p>

    <h3>Features</h3>
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    <li>Vintage Heat and Air Conditioning</li>
    <li>Power Mustang II Rack and Pinion Steering </li>
    <li>Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes </li>
    <li>Full Dual Exhaust with Megs Tips</li>
    <li>Air Ride Suspension</li>
    <li>Pioneer Stereo with CD and auxiliary input and Remote CD Changer</li>
    <li>VDO White Face Gauges with 7000RPM Tach</li>
    <li>Billet Foot Pedals, Door Handles, and Window Cranks</li>
    <li>Two Spoke Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel</li>
    <li>Tilt Polished Billet Steering Wheel</li>
    <li>Tinted Glass</li>
    <li>Custom Hood with 70 louvers</li>
    <li>Aluminum Front and Rear Bumpers</li>
    <li>Leather and Cloth Taupe Colored Bench Seat Interior w/Console</li>
    <li>Chrome Yellow Paint</li>
    <li>Molded Front and rear Fenders</li>
    <li>Remote Door Release</li>
    <li>Not to Mention Much Much More</li>
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  • OVER 30K in modifications alone! The Mitsubishi 2004 Evolution 8 MR is a...

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    OVER 30K in modifications alone! The Mitsubishi 2004 Evolution 8 MR is a limited edition car produced from the Mitsubishi Japan to celebrate "Mitsubishi Racing". These cars have become a cult car amongst EVO enthusiast around the world for the un-pronounced performance and reliability, Packing an aluminium roof and body panels these cars are lightweight weapons. The MR edition only comes in the graphite grey colour with the alcantara black interior combined with carbon fibre trim inside they are a real treat. This particular car has had a healthy list of modifications to pump it up to the 350HP mark including Full 3 Inch titanium exhaust, aluminium inter-cooler piping, ecu-tek engine computer, heavy duty clutch, Greddy boost controller, HKS 272 cams and cam gears with relatively new belt, wide body guards, Volk racing 18 x 9.5 inch Se37 wheels, slotted brakes, heavy duty brake pads, KW external reservoir fully adjustable coil overs, ralliart floor mats, DC engine oil catch can system, Ralliart Radiator, Falken Ziex Tyres, LED Engine Shift light, Carbon Pillar Garnishes, Carbon Canards, Carbon Bumper Intake kit, Polyurethane Front Lip, Defi DL Boost Gauge with Defi Control Unit, HKS Turbo Timer, Carbon Side Skirts, Cusco Front and Rear Strut Braces with brake stopper kit, HKS Carbon plug cover and Cam Timing Cover, Full Helix cooler piping kit and much much more including a pioneer dvd touch screen stereo with amplifier. Contact the team today and speak to our evolution experts to organise a viewing of this awesome car.

    Located in Perth, WA – we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warranty and Roadside Assistance all part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.

    TIME TO DRIVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT!

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  • *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA *** What we...

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    *** THIS CAR IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED IN HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA *** What we have here is a 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible with 84,134 Miles on the odometer. The car is finished in a primrose yellow with a complementary black leather interior. The white convertible top which is only 6 years old is in excellent condition. Overall, this car is a solid number 3 car and will provide its new owner miles of driving pleasure as well as many awards at those local shows. This 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible is powered by its original 389 cid - 306 hp - 4BBL V8 coupled to its original, Automatic 4 speed transmission. The car has a column shift, PS, PB, PW, a New top (6yrs ago). She has been painted once, has 4 new tires and a dual exhaust. The car drives beautifully in the city and on the highway, This is a very nice example of the Pontiac Bonneville 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. We will arrange to get the car into the United States on your behalf and there will be no duty or import taxes levied due to NAFTA. 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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  • 1979 VW Beetle Convertible- * Triple White color combination * Rebuilt...

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    1979 VW Beetle Convertible- * Triple White color combination * Rebuilt 1600 Dual Port Engine with carburetor (original fuel injection removed) Oct. '13 * 4-speed manual transmission * New paint Oct. '13 * New tires with less then 200 miles * New brakes Oct. '13 * New exhaust Oct. '13 * New battery Oct. '13 * Jack & spare tire * Convertible top boot Good running & looking classic VW Beetle Convertible for only $7|900. 1979 was the last year for Beetle production. Extensive amount of mechanical & cosmetic refurbishing done in our restoration shop prior to being offered for sale. This car is ready for some Spring time top down cruising. This car is currently located in Nashville| GA (S.E. Georgia) @ our storage facility and shown By Appointment Only. Please call Stuart @ 912-634-4949 for more details.

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  • 1952 Chevrolet 2 Dr Pickup Truck 5.0L TPI (fuel injected)....

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    1952 Chevrolet 2 Dr Pickup Truck 5.0L TPI (fuel injected). Automatic Transmission. Beige and Burgundy Wine with a custom pinstripe. Beige and Burgundy leather bench seat interior combination. 10 bolt rear end. Mustang II Power Steering. Power front disc brakes. Flowmaster dual exhaust with headers. Ceramic coated headers. Chrome exhaust tips. Front electric fan. Wood Bed with stainless railings. LED brake lights. Integrated turn signal headlights. Front Sway bar. Dolphin white face gauges. Leather wrapped steering wheel with a GM tilt column. AC. JVC AM/FM/CD stereo system. Electric door pops for the shaved handles. Tinted glass and power windows. Remote control automatic start setup. 17&amp;#8221; Front / 18&amp;#8221; Rear Billet Specialties Wheels. Call (830) 629-4843 for information on this or any of our other Pickup inventory. Don&amp;#8217;t let this one of a kind truck slip by your fingers. Travel the road less traveled with this beautiful truck for SALE PENDING!!!

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  • 1969 Camaro Z11 Pace Car Edition with Air Conditioning

    1969 Camaro Z11 Pace Car Edition with Air Conditioning

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  • Henry Ford Steel Body
    NEW frame all stain less hookups for front and...

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    Henry Ford Steel Body
    NEW frame all stain less hookups for front and rear!
    New tides and wheel.
    New glass.
    New gauges.
    Tilt Wheel Steering column
    Bench Seat
    350 Chevy Stroker (383 CI) Engine
    Tunnel Ram Intake 2-4 Barrel Carbs.
    R700 Auto Transmission
    TCI Stall Convertor
    Lokey Shifter
    9" Ford 370 Pos. Track Rear End.
    NEEDS UPHOLSTERY !

    Contact: Charles K. Thacker
    Home : 3321-345-5385
    Cell : 321-848-3466

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  • HERE IS A NICE 280 SL...... THE EURO VERSION OF THE 450 SL. THESE LITTLE...

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    HERE IS A NICE 280 SL...... THE EURO VERSION OF THE 450 SL. THESE LITTLE OVERHEAD SIX CYLINDER CARS ARE GOOD RUNNING FUN DRIVERS. THIS CAR WAS REPAINTED 15 YEARS AGO.1986 FRONT VALANCE WAS ADDED..IT HAS SOME MINOR BLEMISHES, BUT LOOKS GOOD....THIS IS A NICE DRIVER QUALITY CAR. THE BLUE CONVERTIBLE TOP IS IN GOOD CONDITION, BUT NOT PERFECT .IT HAS A GENUINE SET OF 8 HOLE MB 15 INCH WHEELS MOUNTED ON MICHELIN TIRES. THE ORIGINAL INTERIOR, LEATHER, IS IN GOOD CONDITION. IT HAS HEATED SEATS. IT HAS AFTERMARKET AIR CONDITIONING THAT WORKS.... IT LOOKS FACTORY.....UTILIZING THE FACTORY VENTS....THIS IS A GREAT DRIVER THAT CAN BE DRIVEN AND ENJOYED....TITLE STATES MILEAGE NON-ACTUAL..

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  • 1978 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z-28 350/4/SPEED BUILDSHEET YEAR: 1978 MAKE:...

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    1978 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z-28 350/4/SPEED BUILDSHEET YEAR: 1978 MAKE: CHEVROLET MODEL: CAMARO Z-28 BODY: SPORT COUPE COLOR: BLUE TRIM: BLACK ENGINE: LM1 350 CU.IN 4BBL V8 TRANS: M21 4/SPEED REAR: 3:73 AXLE RATIO MILES: 97,165 ACTUAL SERIAL #: 1Q87L8L610279 OPTIONS (AO1) TINTED GLASS (A51) - BUCKET SEATS (D35) - SPORT MIRRORS (D80) - REAR SPOLIER (F41) - SPECIAL PERFORMANCE SUSP (GT4) - 3:73 AXLE RATIO (J50) - POWER DISC BRAKES (LM1) - 350 4BBL V8 (M21) - 4/SPEED (U14) - RALLY GAUGES (Z-28) - SPECIAL PERF PKG SERIAL# BREAKDOWN1Q87L8L610279 (1) - CHEVY (Q) - CAMARO (87) - SPORT COUPE (L) - 350/4BBL V8 (8) - 1968 (L) - VAN NUYS CALIFORNIA DRIVE LINE # ENGINE #: VO517CHS/18L610279 TRANS #:LBL610279 HISTORY/RESTORATION THIS ORIGINAL 1978 CMAMRO Z28 WAS BOUGHT NEW ON 6/16/78 AT STEVINSON CHEVY IN GOLDEN COLORADO. IT COMES WITH ITS ORIGINAL(BUILDSHEET), (WINDOW STICKER), WARRANTY BOOK,AND OWNERS MANUAL. IT IS A NUMBER MATCHING DRIVELINE. MOTOR WAS REBUILT AND ROLLOER ROCKERS WERE ADDED. NEW CLUTCH. THE BODY WAS TAKEN APART AND MEDIA BLASTED AND PAINT POPULAR MARINA BLUE (ORIGINAL COLOR SILVER) BASE/COAT CLEAR COAT. AM-FM STERO AND SUNROOF ADDED. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES

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  • 1973 Jaguar XKE 2 Plus 2 Coupe1973 Jaguar XKE 2 plus 2 coupe, series...

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    1973 Jaguar XKE 2 Plus 2 Coupe1973 Jaguar XKE 2 plus 2 coupe, series III, matching numbers, old English white with tan interior, same owner for many years, excellent original car at a great price. Mechanically sound. For $15,750If 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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  • Here we have a fully restored 1971 Chevrolet C10 Blazers. This is one of...

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    Here we have a fully restored 1971 Chevrolet C10 Blazers. This is one of the nicest Blazers you will ever see, the paint alone was done at a cost of over 20k and it shows, best black paint job we have ever seen on a vehicle, absolutely stunning. This blazer was a rust free California truck before it was restored, never a junk or scrapped blazer. The body is laser straight with a perfect fit and finish, all body seams and alignment are perfect also. The gas lid was removed from the quarter panel and hidden behind the drivers side tail light, gives the quarter a smooth look. All tinted glass and weatherstripping is new also. The interior has been finished in all new original deluxe style featuring bucket seats with console, factory air conditioning, tilt wheel, CD player, factory tach and all new guages. The drive train consist of a new ZZ4 350 V8 with aluminum heads and intake, AFB carb, HEI distributor, headers, and serpentine belt pulleys. The transmission is a turbo 350 automatic with a 12 bolt rear axle. Other features include power steering, power disc brakes, and Boyd Coddington 20&quot; wheels. The truck drives extremely well on the highway with a smooth and tight ride with plenty of power. If you want one of the nicest blazers around anywhere you won&#39;t be disappointed with this beauty.

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  • 1955 pick up on a 1974 4wd chassis, 402 big block turbo350.

    1955 pick up on a 1974 4wd chassis, 402 big block turbo350.

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  • 1972 El camino 454 SS complete frame off restoration engine bored out to...

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    1972 El camino 454 SS complete frame off restoration engine bored out to a 477 575 + HP 700R4 shift kit bucket seats center console Black with red SS stripes , AC ready. Boss wheels. for more info call 915-491-1183 33K

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  • This is a very rare 1925 Buick Standard model 25/20 Enclosed Touring in...

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    This is a very rare 1925 Buick Standard model 25/20 Enclosed Touring in original condition.The car is very solid and runs well.The car was featured in the April 2011 issue of the Buick Club Of America Buick Bugle Magazine.

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  • 1994 Arctic White Coupe / Black Interior 128K Miles, Perfect CarFax ...

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    1994 Arctic White Coupe / Black Interior 128K Miles, Perfect CarFax LT1 Motor, Greenwood Body Kit, Clifford Alarm, Automatic, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 2003 50th Anniversary Red Convertible / Shale Interior 65K Miles,...

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    2003 50th Anniversary Red Convertible / Shale Interior 65K Miles, Perfect CarFax 50th Anniversary Edition, Automatic, Magnetic Ride, Head Up Display, Bose, Magnesium Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 972-446-8388 OR 855-233-8388

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  • 2008 Atomic Orange Z06 / Black Interior 38K Miles, Perfect CarFax 2LZ...

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    2008 Atomic Orange Z06 / Black Interior 38K Miles, Perfect CarFax 2LZ Equipment Package, Carbon Fiber Package, Manual Transmission, ZL1 Spoiler, Volant Cold Air Intake, Chrome Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME CALL 512-834-8388 OR 855-355-8388

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  • 2006 Machine Silver Convertible / Gray Interior / Gray Top 22K Miles,...

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    2006 Machine Silver Convertible / Gray Interior / Gray Top 22K Miles, Perfect CarFax 1SB Equipment, Automatic, Chrome Spiders, B&B Exhaust FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 281-821-1222 OR 800-829-6434

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  • 2009 Velocity Yellow ZO6 / Black Interior 13K Miles, Perfect CarFax ...

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    2009 Velocity Yellow ZO6 / Black Interior 13K Miles, Perfect CarFax 2LZ Equipment Package, After Market Navigation, Back-Up Camera, Carbon Fiber Side Skirts, Black Spider Wheels FINANCING AVAILABLE / ALL TRADES WELCOME Call 281-821-1222 OR 800-829-6434

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  • I completed the build of this real R/T almost 4 years ago. It's a 440...

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    I completed the build of this real R/T almost 4 years ago. It's a 440 Torqueflite car with factory air. Lots of show trophies and time tickets. Best quarter 13.37 @ 102.5 mph for this 3940 pound car. I have put over 11,000 miles on it since the build.

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  • Lovely 8 SEATER Automatic Voyager SE! This car has got all the fruit on...

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    Lovely 8 SEATER Automatic Voyager SE! This car has got all the fruit on it ready for you to move the family around in comfort. Packing Front and Rear Climate control including aftermarket Hands-free and much more this dark grey Chrysler Voyager cannot be missed. Come down and view this awesome value for money van which has a tow bar fitted, rear facing led reverse lights and near new tyres, the condition of the paint is very very good considering age and the interior is much the same. With a 3.3L V6 engine and 5 speed automatic gearbox this car moves along nicely with a good fuel economy to back it up. ENQUIRE NOW!

    Located in CANNINGTON Perth, WA - we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warranty and Roadside Assistance all part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.

    Isn't it time to drive something different?

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  • <p>This Pininfarina designed Mondial Cabriolet is a fine example of the...

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    <p>This Pininfarina designed Mondial Cabriolet is a fine example of the iconic cars Ferrari was building in the 1980’s. Painted in the right shade of red, this convertible 2+2 is a reasonably priced entry to the Prancing Horse club.
    At the heart of this Ferrari is a 3.2-liter mid-mounted 90 degree V8 engine rated at 260 horsepower with 4 valves per cylinder and dual overhead cams. Fueling is provided by a Bosch K-Jetronic injection system while a 5-speed synchromesh gearbox with a single plate clutch provides drive to the rear wheels.</p>
    <p>A tubular steel chassis with independent front and rear suspension provide you with that famous Ferrari handling. Five spoke aluminum wheels shod with 205/55-16 and 255/55-16 tires front and rear respectively takes care of grip while stopping power is provided by four-wheel disc brakes.</p>
    <p>Rounding out the traditional look of this Ferrari is the saddle Connolly leather interior with matching floor mats featuring the prancing horse. An Alpine stereo system with power amp offers an alternative to the melodious sounds of the V8 behind you.</p>
    <p>Contact our sales department for more information on how to become part of the exclusive group of Ferrari owners.</p>

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  • For those of you who are fans of the heavy cruisers, this 1969 Chevrolet...

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    For those of you who are fans of the heavy cruisers, this 1969 Chevrolet Caprice hardtop should be just the answer. With a matching-numbers 396/4-speed powertrain, an upscale-looking paint combination, and surprisingly potent performance, it’s the luxury cruiser for motorheads who have grown up but haven’t forgotten what it’s like to be juvenile.
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    You just don’t see many full-size Caprice hardtops, and especially not many that were built for combat like this one. With a strong pedigree behind it, they stuck to the original script for the restoration, including code 65 Olympic Gold paint to give the full-sized coupe a bit of a serious demeanor. There’s an awful lot of sheetmetal here, and every inch seems to have benefitted from some quality time at the body shop, resulting in a super-straight car that looks far more sporting than something this size should. Gaps are tight and the contrasting black rub strip that runs from nose to tail lines up well enough to use it as a straight edge. There’s not a bad line on the entire car, from the slight kick-up behind the doors to the super-cool concave rear window. Combined with a new black vinyl top, this car has a lot of presence, and when you hear it rumbling into the cruise night parking lot, watch how many people do a double-take. OF course there’s plenty of chrome, including heavy bumpers fore and aft, but isn’t that sort of the point of owning a luxury car?
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    There aren’t many things cooler than seeing a big luxury car like this with a 4-speed Hurst shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel, but that’s exactly how this car came from the factory. Black bench seats ensure there’s plenty of room for all your friends inside, and the door panels, carpets, and dash pad are all in extremely good shape. The wood trim on the door panels and dash is richer and darker than the stuff you’re used to seeing in these cars, and the aftermarket Grant GT steering wheel is a pretty good match. Options include a tilt column and a rear defogger, both welcome in a luxury boat like this, and somewhere along the line, the original radio was replaced by an AM/FM/cassette unit. Factory instrumentation is basic, so they wisely added a pair of auxiliary gauges under the dash where they actually don’t look out of place at all. The massive trunk is nicely finished and includes a correct mat and full-sized spare that might date back to this car’s early years.
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    The original, matching-numbers L66 396 cubic inch V8 was rebuilt and detailed, then stuffed back under the hood. With a few subtle upgrades like the Weiand intake manifold and Holley double-pumper carb, it’s a little more robust than it was originally and it moves all that sheetmetal effortlessly. Detailed with a chrome dress-up kit and Chevy Orange paint, it looks great in that giant engine bay. Ceramic-coated long-tube headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, and as I mentioned, the 4-speed is also numbers-matching. There’s also the original 12-bolt rear end and a luxury-oriented suspension, and it’s hard to think of a better highway cruiser than this. Classic Rally wheels give it a sporting demeanor and are wrapped in appropriate 225/70/15 redline radials for a period look.
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    This is an easy car to love simply because it causes so much cognitive dissonance. Luxury muscle? Not many cars can do it better. Call today!

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  • It shouldn’t be news to anyone that big Impalas like this 1968 hardtop...

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    It shouldn’t be news to anyone that big Impalas like this 1968 hardtop are being snatched up by collectors as quickly as we can find them. V8 power, full-sized comfort, lots of options, and a great oversized muscle car look and you have one of the sleeper hits of the last few years. This one is a good, clean car in an unusual color that will be fun to drive and will undoubtedly attract a lot of attention at shows.
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    The color is called Ash Gold, and it’s one of those funky yet cool colors from the ‘60s that stayed under the radar when it was new and looks totally period slick today. The GT paint code says it also had a Palomino Ivory top, but when it was repainted a few years ago, they went with a single tone and I think it works better that way when you have this much sheetmetal to deal with. It certainly looks sharp and crisp, particularly the arches over the rear quarters, suggesting that it was a clean car to start with, since this stuff isn’t available from the aftermarket. No, it’s not flashy, but this car has presence and with the wide variety of engine options available in these cars, it’s always wise to treat them with respect, no matter what the color. There are still six taillights set into the bright chrome bumper out back, reminding you that this is Chevy’s top-of-the-line machine. All the trim remains bright and shiny and it’s obvious that a lot of extra time went into making everything fit together just right.
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    More funky period-correct colors inside, which GM also oddly called “Gold.” Whatever the name, it has survived the intervening decades in great shape with just minor fading but not rips or tears in the seat materials and carpets that still look great thanks to matching mats. There’s room for six in the big Imp, so if you’re looking to go cruising with a full crew, this is the car to take. The instrument panel puts everything in front of the driver, with the wide speedometer dominating the view. Up top, the vinyl dash pad hasn’t been cooked by the sun, and there’s an aftermarket A/C unit underneath which was a popular add-on during the period. The original AM radio has been upgraded with an AM/FM/CD unit, because this car was made for highway trips, especially with that massive trunk, which still carries its original spare tire.
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    Power is provided with a 327 cubic inch V8 which makes the Impala a fun performer. It’s too bright and clean to be original, and it’s obvious that someone has taken great care of it since the freshening. The A/C has been converted to R134a refrigerant, and power brakes and steering make this car easy to drive despite its size. A recent dual exhaust system with chrome tips gives it a great small-block note, and with heavy-duty components like the TH400 3-speed automatic and 12-bolt rear, you probably don’t have to worry about breaking it. Sporty Rally wheels give it a bit of an attitude and carry big 235/70/15 white-letter radials.
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    These cars are not going to stay under the radar for much longer, and we can’t seem to keep them in stock. Don’t miss another opportunity and call us today!

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  • The contrast between high performance and a subtle color is always...

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    The contrast between high performance and a subtle color is always appealing, and this cool 1967 Camaro convertible looks exactly right wearing Butternut Yellow and a contrasting black nose stripe. Recently refinished with gorgeous paint, a detailed 350 under the hood, and a host of upgrades, it’s an awesome machine that delivers the performance its looks seem to promise.
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    Although the ’69 Camaro is quite likely the most popular Chevy of all time, there are a large number of folks who think the simple lines of the earlier cars were exactly right. Compact, but muscular, the first Camaro was a simple design that allowed small details to have a big impact. Super straight sheetmetal certainly helps, and the finish quality on this car is quite good, although this is definitely not a trailer queen. They kept the original hood with its factory inserts, and the ducktail spoiler, which together make this an aggressive-looking ragtop that doesn’t lose its F-body identity in the process. The black stripe follows the factory pattern, and the blacked-out SS grille up front finishes out the aggressive package without being overbearing. Excellent chrome bumpers and bright stainless on things like the windshield surround add a bit of jewelry. And while it’s a subtle thing, all the glass is new which gives the car a very clean, bright look that often goes unnoticed.
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    Inside, black Strato buckets wear fresh seat covers that replicate the original pattern with a matching seat cover on the rear bench. Many of the soft parts were replaced during the restoration, including those seat covers, the carpets, the door panels, and even the dash pad appears to be a newer piece. A skinny deep-dish steering wheel is pure 1960s style, with clean original gauges, including a factory tach, clearly visible through the spokes. A trio of auxiliary gauges on the center console, just ahead of the Hurst cue ball shifter. A digital AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit fits neatly into the original AM radio’s slot. Overhead there’s a new black power convertible top that includes a matching black boot, and the trunk is fitted with a correct reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire.
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    Power comes from a sweet-running 350 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, and the engine bay is dressed for show. With a ton of chrome, from the valve covers and air cleaner, to the aluminum Edelbrock intake manifold with a fresh 4-barrel carb on top, this is an engine you’ll want to show off. Double-hump heads help build horsepower and there’s a fresh exhaust system with correct transverse muffler underneath. The Chevy Orange paint on the block is a match for the original stuff, and really pops against the satin black inner fenders and firewall. Underneath, it’s clean and solid, with all the convertible-specific bracing still intact, which combines with the cocktail shakers in the nose and trunk to make these little ragtops feel a little more solid on the road. In back, a familiar 10-bolt rear end distributes the torque, and it rolls on handsome 15-inch Rally wheels wearing Firestone Firehawk radials.
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    There’s a lot more than the asking price wrapped up in this slick F-body ragtop, and the classic color combination will never go out of style. Call today!

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  • High performance with a low sticker price has always been the Road...

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    High performance with a low sticker price has always been the Road Runner's calling card. Today, they're highly-sought collectables due to the fact that the formula still works. This particular 1969 Road Runner offers a numbers-matching 383 cubic inch big block, an ultra-clean interior, and several performance upgrades that make it a car that will make you smile every time you turn the key. And it still won't break the bank.
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    This 'Bird was restored a few years ago and the bodywork remains straight and clean, with sharply rendered creases on the quarters and decent panel alignment. B3 Ice Blue paint is quite nice, and if you're going to drive it, it's ideal-with those stripes and the hood decorations, nobody will mess with you on the street. These were never intended to be show pieces, and you Mopar fans who were around when they were new already know that they were never perfect, even off the showroom floor. Instead, it has a purposeful look that is ready to rumble, and still presents well running down the road. The chrome and trim remains very nice, and all the proper Road Runner decals are in place. I think more than anything, I appreciate the honesty of this car-it's just not pretending to be anything other than what it is, and you have to respect the performance for the dollar that it represents. And that bright white vinyl top just looks cool.
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    Inside, this Road Runner is simply spectacular. Someone invested in new two-tone seat covers that are exact duplicates of the originals, complete with the federally-mandated headrests, and the detailing on both benches is quite impressive. Sure, a column shifter and bench seats don't scream performance, but remember this was all about going fast on a budget. The original gauges are all in place, and I kind of like seeing it without the ubiquitous auxiliary gauges and a column-mounted tach. The original Music Master AM radio is still living in the dash, but otherwise this 'Beeper is light on options and big on performance. Another nice touch is the fresh plaid mat in the trunk, which gives this budget hot rod a bit of an upscale feel.
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    But the real reason you want to own a Road Runner is that a big block was STANDARD EQUIPMENT. The original numbers-matching 383 under the hood delivers smile-inducing acceleration and that wave of big block torque that made these cars so popular with young buyers in the '60s. Painted in Hemi Orange with all the correct details and stickers, it looks suitably racy and runs superbly. It's pretty much stock, which is remarkable for these cars, but someone cared more about authenticity than the extra few hundredths of a second in the quarter-mile. Not only is the engine original, but the 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic is also original to the car and it spins an 8.75-inch rear end. New shocks, a new set of mufflers and tail pipes, and some impressively clean floor pans all give you confidence to take this one home. Handsome Magnum 500 wheels were a favorite then as well as today, and wear bulging 245/60/15 BFGoodrich radials.
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    Big performance, small price. It worked in 1969, and this Roadrunner still delivers today. Call now!

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  • At first glance, you may simply think this is a nice driver-grade...

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    At first glance, you may simply think this is a nice driver-grade Chevelle. And yes, you’d be right except for the weapons-grade firepower hiding under its bright blue hide. A beefy big block, quick-shifting automatic, and a 9-inch rear suggest that this 1972 Chevelle was built for more than just looking good.
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    This is one vivid car, and it does tend to stand out in a crowd of Cranberry Red Chevelles. I like the ultra-clean look that they used, skipping the usual fake SS badges and stripes and instead focusing on getting the basics right. That means straight sheetmetal, good gaps, and doors that open and close like they should. The paint was done a few years ago, yet still shines up nicely and actually highlights the many interesting shapes on the Chevelle, from the steel cowl-induction hood to the bulging fenders that often go overlooked with other colors. A correct grille is simple and elegant, and bright chrome bumpers look great against the blue paint. It’s been mostly de-badged, although the original Chevelle script emblem remains on the decklid.
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    The black bench seat interior is what you’d expect from a battle-hardened veteran with power like this. It’s unassuming and comfortable, and doesn’t seem to be trying too hard to be cool. With heavy-duty hardware underneath, the dash was reworked to better keep an eye on it, including a column-mounted tach and a pair of mechanical temperature and oil pressure gauges mounted in the original cluster. And a column shifter is just plain mean; you don’t keep that unless you can run seriously fast. An AM/FM/cassette stereo was stuffed into the dash for entertainment, but otherwise it’s quite stock and in very good condition. The seat covers show almost no wear, the carpets are nicely kept, and it’s possible that those are the original door panels. Glance in the trunk and there’s no ballast, but yes, you’re right, that IS a big bottle of nitrous in the corner? Wonder what that’s about…
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    With just 1000 miles on the build, the 396 under the hood is only just broken in and ready to rock. Based on a 4-bolt main block, it was clearly built to take no prisoners. Although fully plumbed & configured to run nitrous, the bottle is yet to be opened. The builder decided to leave the best part to you. The shiny bits are a nice bit of cover, but there’s a massive cam inside that gives it that idle everyone will respect. A big Holley double-pumper on top of an aluminum Weiand intake manages the air and fuel, while a Mallory ignition system lights it up. Race-grade components include the braided stainless fuel and nitrous lines running alongside the carb, and the gorgeous long-tube headers dumping into a full exhaust system with crossover, so it sounds appropriate. You’ll note there are no power-robbing accessories like power steering or brakes, but the TH350 features a 3500 RPM stall converter to get the big coupe off the line fast, and out back there’s a Mosier-built 9-inch Ford rear with 3.73 gears on a limited slip. Flashy Cragar Pro-Stars give it a drag-race look, complete with 225/75/15 radials up front and 28x11.5-15 Mickeys out back.
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    Not exactly a sleeper, but this Chevelle packs more heat than you’d expect from its unassuming looks. An impressive machine that gets even better from behind the wheel. Call today!

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  • The best resto-mods keep the spirit of the original design and use...

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    The best resto-mods keep the spirit of the original design and use subtle modifications and superlative craftsmanship to make a statement. This 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu convertible is an outstanding example of doing it right, from the gorgeous color combination to the fresh performance hardware underneath.
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    If you squint, you can see big brother Impala’s shape in the Chevelles bodywork, and the flared quarters give it a very muscular stance hunkered down on the suspension like this one. As is traditional with the best street machines, fit and finish are beyond reproach, and a few custom details like the shaved door handles give it a smooth look without upsetting the vintage vibe. These guys probably sanded the bodywork until their fingers bled, then applied several coats of base and several coats of clear before wet sanding and buffing the Cameo Beige paint to a beautiful shine. The look is both subtle and arresting when you see it up close and realize just how nice the surface really is. All the original chrome was restored to a very high level, too, then reinstalled, fitting it snugly to the body to reinforce the seamless look. That makes this Chevelle look ultra-clean, but you can’t quite figure out why. It’s a neat effect that complements the sophisticated color quite nicely.
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    Working with the lovely tan paint, the stunning two-tone leather interior is simply fantastic. Original factory buckets, a slick center console, and brightly trimmed dash all say 1965, but the fresh upholstery has a very clean look indicative of the very best street rods. Factory gauges, a woodgrained steering wheel, and the T-handle shifter in the center console all whisper to you that this is a vintage car, but the finish quality makes it feel brand new. Contrasting dark carpets and matching floor mats anchor the light colored interior, which is especially comfortable in top-down weather. An AM/FM stereo head unit lives in the dash and works in conjunction with a CD changer stashed in the trunk to provide the entertainment…well whatever entertainment you don’t get from dropping the custom tan convertible top and hitting the road. Even the trunk was restored and filled with sound-deadening materials, and also includes a spare tire with a matching plaid cover.
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    The real handiwork can be seen under the hood, where a fresh 350 cubic inch V8 was dropped between the fenders. Dynoing at 313 horsepower, it’s no slouch in the performance department, and while it’s a lot flashier than the factory intended, it still has an OEM vibe. A massive aluminum radiator with an equally big electric fan keeps it cool, and a polished billet serpentine drive belt system gives it a high-tech look. Underneath, the floors are in good condition and seem to bear out the idea that this has always been a clean, southern car. The automatic transmission and 10-bolt rear end work together to make this an effortless cruiser, although 3.53 gears out back give it a lot of snap at any speed. A dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers gives it a snarky exhaust note and it rides on a set of traditional chrome Torque Thrusts which wear 215/65/15 front and 225/70/15 rear Kumho radials.
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    It’s not often that we can call any muscle car subtle, but this ragtop is the kind of car that people spend hours examining with a big grin on their faces. Call us today!

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  • Clean and sophisticated, this beautiful 1963 Impala hardtop is a popular...

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    Clean and sophisticated, this beautiful 1963 Impala hardtop is a popular cruiser that preserves all that is great about the early Impala and adds a few modern touches to create something you’ll look forward to driving and showing this summer.
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    That dazzling paint job isn’t some ‘60s monochrome, its 8-month-old Autumn Gold, which has a unique shine and depth that has to be seen to be appreciated, especially in the sun. On the vintage Chevy’s curves, it looks especially good, as if it were waiting for someone to invent better paint to harmonize with the timeless styling. Bodywork is exemplary, with a great deal of time and money invested in getting the finished product into top-notch condition, so it looks awesome sitting still or on the move. All the correct Impala trim was restored to virtually new condition, including the long stainless trim along the body sides, and proper Impala emblems on the quarter panels. In contrast to all the black, red, and white Impalas out there, this one has a very sophisticated look, particularly with the white top, making this is a very eye-catching machine that will win fans wherever it goes.
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    Continuing the theme, the unusual interior features woven fabric inserts on the seats for a dramatic combination that’s as classic as the Impala itself. Done in correct patterns and using factory-style materials, it shows off impressive attention to detail and numerous factory touches. The dash has been painted to match, giving the original gauges a whole new look, especially when viewed through the spokes of the color-matched steering wheel. The upholstery was done a few years ago, but thanks to quality work and proper materials, it’s holding up quite well and has a pleasant look that suggests comfortable accommodations. An AM/FM/cassette head unit powers speakers on the rear package shelf and a reproduction front floor mats adds a bit of protection for the carpets. The trunk is very clean and nicely finished with a reproduction mat set, full-sized spare tire, and a jack assembly.
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    Reliable power comes from a 283 cubic inch V8, which, of course, fits like it was born in the Impala’s engine bay. It’s not numbers-matching, but it looks right with bright Chevy Orange paint, stamped steel valve covers, and a big factory air cleaner on top. It uses stock exhaust manifolds to keep things quiet and cool when you’re out cruising and there’s plenty of torque on tap to get the big Impala rolling. Stock ram’s horn exhaust manifolds feed a dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, so it has that bubbly V8 sound that you’ve admired at shows. The transmission is a 2-speed PowerGlide automatic, which feeds the original rear end. In fact, the entire undercarriage looks fairly original and is in remarkably good condition, suggesting a good life in a warm climate. The original steel wheels are included with the car, but it currently wears a set of shiny chrome mags with 235/60/15 white-letter radials.
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    There’s a lot to like in this handsome Impala, and for fans of subtlety, the awesome color combination is very appealing. Call today!

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  • The Plymouth Prowler is one of those cars I’m glad an automaker had the...

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    The Plymouth Prowler is one of those cars I’m glad an automaker had the guts to build. Radically different from everything else on the road, then and now, it was hot-rodding elevated to an OEM level and filled with technology. Today, they remain a known quantity and the market is starting to respond to the last of the Plymouths, as cars like this 2001 Prowler are seeing slow but steady increases in value.
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    Prowler Orange is one of the better choices on the swoopy 2-seat roadster, vivid and perfect for the period in which it was built. Showing just 35,189 original miles, this nicely maintained Prowler has an iridescent glow that makes the most of the dramatic bodywork. As a study in aluminum construction techniques, the Prowler’s lightweight skin is a mixture of aluminum and composite materials, but the shape is part early hi-boy roadster and part 21st century sleek. Fit and finish are superb, given the virtually hand-built nature of these cars, and thanks to more than a decade of careful ownership by enthusiastic owners, it still shines like it was on the showroom floor. There’s obviously no sign of damage or rust, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a hot rod at this price that fits together this well. The doors open and close easily, the pointed hood fits right, and you’ll never get tired of watching the front tires do their thing. Things like the Xenon headlights, flush-mounted taillights, and composite bumpers all give the Prowler modern car functionality, albeit with a retro style.
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    The interior is as beautifully finished as any custom rod you’ll find. With supportive black leather buckets and every creature comfort you could imagine, this car really was engineered for the daily grind. The all-black interior shows a few signs of age and use, but you won’t find another 2-seat roadster with this much style that works this well. A color-matched center instrument panel is obviously a tip of the hat to the past, and is filled with white-faced gauges, as is the custom with performance cars. There’s also a column-mounted tach and a trick Auto-Stick shifter that makes the most of the 24V V6 and 4-speed automatic powertrain. A/C, power windows and locks, and a thundering stereo with speakers behind the seats and a 6-disc CD changer mean that you can take this car anywhere without worrying about dressing for the weather, particularly with a neat-fitting black canvas top that seals up extremely well.
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    Chrysler’s corporate 3.5-liter 24-valve V6 was the engine of choice in the Prowler, and with 253 horsepower on tap in a lightweight package, performance is entertaining. It’s a snug fit under the pointed hood, but they did take pains to make it easy to service and the big intake manifold up top has a definite hot-rod vibe going on. It’s also quite reliable and parts are readily available, making it a no-issues car that can be driven cross-country without a second thought. The 4-speed automatic transmission feeds the rear wheels, and the suspension is fully independent, making the Prowler an agile handler as well. Big disc brakes are a design element inside those stylish chrome alloy wheels, which wear 225/45/17 front and giant 295/40/20 Nexen radials.
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    Go ahead, indulge yourself. You know you’ve always wanted a Prowler, and now is a smart time to buy. They won’t be getting any more affordable and most of the good ones are already in top collections. Call today!

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  • Chevrolet trucks like this 1958 Apache were probably the first pickups...

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    Chevrolet trucks like this 1958 Apache were probably the first pickups to actually designed to take into account that maybe folks wanted their trucks to look good as well as haul stuff. Showing off its bright red paint and comfortable interior, this Apache never fails to elicit a smile from everyone who sees it.
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    Trucks were still practically tools in ’58, but that doesn’t mean people weren’t using them for other things, and those were the folks Chevrolet was trying to attract. As a result, this handsome Apache has plenty in common with the other vehicles in the lineup and today stands tall as an icon of 1950s styling. The restoration was done back in the ‘90s, and while it’s only just now starting to show a gray hair here and there, it still has an undeniable appeal. Even up close, the bodywork stands up to scrutiny, suggesting that the work was very well done and it’s been well maintained ever since. There’s lots of detail, too, from the ridges on the hood to the forward-canted stepside fenders that give an impression of motion. The chrome and other trim was all restored at the same time and still sparkles brilliantly, particularly the wide front bumper and simple horizontal grille. Personally, I’m a fan of the utilitarian look of the side-mounted spare tire and stake sides that are slotted into the bed. And speaking of the bed, it’s finished with handsome dark-stained wood and stainless steel rub strips.
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    The gray cloth interior isn’t totally stock, but the cloth fabric on the split bench seat is far more comfortable than the original sticky vinyl. Carpets on the floor help control noise and heat, making it feel far more luxurious inside than you’d expect, and matching door panels give the interior a neat two-tone look that works quite well. A bright red steering wheel highlights the driver’s side of the cab, along with a full array of factory instruments in a neat V-shaped pod. Most of the components are stock Chevrolet pieces, but there is a Sony AM/FM stereo radio for entertainment, and it feeds a set of cleverly hidden X-Plode speakers. The only other options are a heater and defroster, which are still quite effective after all these years.
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    Chevy’s small-block V8 was a natural choice in the sporty Apache, with this one carrying a 283 cubic inch powerplant that makes for an entertaining drive. Drenched in Chevy Orange paint and carrying a heavy-duty oil bath air cleaner on the 2-barrel carb, it certainly looks right under the hood. It’s easy to forgive a few deviations from stock, particularly a modern alternator that keeps the electrical system in top form. Power heads aft through a 4-speed manual transmission and the original rear end, and a dual exhaust system with twin tailpipes under the rear bumper has just the right V8 rumble. There’s more evidence underneath that the restoration was thorough, correct, and skillfully done, and despite being driven over the past two decades, it still looks quite clean. The whitewall tires are a popular choice on ‘50s pickups, although blackwalls would be more suitable, especially with those flashy red wheels and chrome hubcaps.
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    A neat old truck with a ton of character, this Apache shows you that form doesn‘t necessarily have to follow function and tools can still be beautiful. Call today!

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  • The mark of a true craftsman is how invisible he can make his work, and...

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    The mark of a true craftsman is how invisible he can make his work, and nowhere is that more evident than on this 1956 Chevy Bel Air. Despite its extensive body mods, the car remains instantly recognizable, and given the quality of the workmanship, you’d need a stock one parked next to it to find all the tricks.
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    At first glance, this looks like your average ’56 Chevy, right? Get a little closer, however, and you start to notice a lot of little tweaks, the most obvious being the dramatically restyled quarter panels. Borrowing taillights from a mid-50s Packard, the Chevy’s rear end has been lengthened and smoothed to create an entirely new look. The changes are seamless and work well with the other details like shaved door handles and hood ornament, and a smooth deck lid. Choosing a factory color combination like India Ivory over Matador Red helps with the illusion, and the gorgeous Bel Air side trim remains intact to give it some extra pizzazz. Fit and finish is quite good, and despite being built in the early 2000s, it’s holding up quite well with only a few signs of age. Traditional pinstripes, dummy spotlights, bubble fender skirts, and lake pipes give it a traditional ‘50s look and all the shiny stuff has been expertly polished or re-chromed to give it a very ornate appearance.
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    The interior keeps things pretty stock, which is a wonderful contrast to the bodywork. Plastic covers have protected the OEM-style upholstery since it was completed, so it’s in excellent shape. Beautifully fitted carpets and a color-matched dashboard provide plenty of bright red contrast, and you know how much we love seeing a 4-speed Hurst shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel. The gauges were rebuilt and look great through the spokes of the later Impala steering wheel and a Vintage Air A/C system has been very neatly installed under the dash. An AM/FM stereo radio was dropped into the dash and as with the exterior, anything that was shiny received a professional polish to look its best. Even the trunk is masterfully upholstered with plush red carpets and a custom vinyl spare tire cover to keep things neat.
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    Small block Chevy power is a given, and the 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood is both reliable and powerful to make this a fantastic driver. A bunch of chrome, including a triangular air cleaner and brightly polished accessories, gives it just enough flash to be worthy of the bodywork and you can’t argue with how well it runs. Chevy Orange paint helps with the traditional vibe this car gives off and with that 4-speed, it’s just a blast to drive. Upgrades include power rack-and-pinion steering, front disc brakes, a custom dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, and a suspension that’s been lowered enough to give it that lowrider look. The underside isn’t as detailed as the rest of the car, but that also means that you can drive it anywhere without worrying about getting your chassis dirty. Painted steel wheels with hubcaps further blur the line between stock and custom, and wear smooth-riding 205/75/15 wide whitewall radials.
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    Skillfully blending restoration and custom work isn’t easy, but this awesome Bel Air delivers in every regard, making it a very special machine indeed. Call today!

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