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  • *3.8L V6
    *Automatic transmission
    *A/C upgraded to R34

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    *3.8L V6
    *Automatic transmission
    *A/C upgraded to R34
    *Power Windows
    *Power Drivers seat
    *Front Disc Brakes
    *Factory Cloth interior
    *Cruise Control
    *Manual locks
    *Tilt steering column
    *Factory gauges with Autometer pillar gauges added (Boost, Oil, Temp)
    *Factory 15" wheel (original)
    *BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires
    *Factory Spare
    *Upgraded sub and amp in trunk
    *Factory radio (sometimes doesn't work)
    *Upraded K&N cold air intake
    *Dual exhaust w/ upgraded mufflers to Flowmaster style

    Super fun car for the money. Not a trailer queen. Priced and built to drive and enjoy. Older repaint with a few flaws but overall shows nice. Showing 92k miles on odometer.

    Showdown Motors 586-791-0778

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  • 1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau Special!!!

    * Z Code 390 4 Barrel...

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    1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau Special!!!

    * Z Code 390 4 Barrel Engine
    * 3 Speed Automatic Transmission
    * Factory 315 Horse Power
    * 2 Door Landau Special ( Code 63D)
    * ORIGINAL 57000 MILES
    * Power Steering / Power Brakes
    * Quarter Vinyl White Roof
    * White Interior
    * Burgundy Exterior
    I consider this to be a very nice driver quality thunderbird, this is not a show car , great cruiser , looks great , runs awesome, loaded with options,
    *** This beautiful Thunderbird was just purchased from a local estate. This well kept, pampered vehicle has appeared in multiple movies, including American Gangster starring Denzel Washington. Gorgeous and rare to find in this condition with such LOW ORIGINAL miles!
    *** Come see this classic and take her for a drive. She runs and drives beautifully!
    *** Call Hollywood Motors with any questions or for financing details... 631-620-3330

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  • Very rare a/c with 327 V-8. Very clean barn find that has been serviced...

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    Very rare a/c with 327 V-8. Very clean barn find that has been serviced to make it a great driving car. Owned by a respected collector. He did extensive mechanical repairs, then enjoyed driving and showing the car. Work included complete valve job, new lifters, push rods and rocker shafts. New cap, points and condenser. Restored fuel tank, rebuilt carb, new pump, lines and filter. New brake shoes, hoses, master, wheel cylinders and steel lines. New power steering pump and turn signal switch. The car is rock solid. The underside is original and the metal is very clean. The frame rails, inner 1/4s and rockers have no rust.
    Body is clean and straight. Doors click shut. Good looking paint, some of it is still original. Has old oil change stickers still in the jambs. The stainless moldings are exceptionally nice, original chrome still shows well. Glass is in excellent shape. The interior is in unabused condition. Carpets and front seat inserts replaced, the rest is original. It has a very cool original headliner. The dash area is pretty neat, even has tissue dispenser. Motor compartment has been cleaned and touched up nicely. Original trunk compartment has jack and spare. The Marlin was AMC's top of the line, considered a personal luxury car. The fastback design is sporty, interior is stylish.

    Air conditioning
    Power steering
    Tissue dispenser
    Spinner hubcaps
    2 tone paint
    Seat belts
    Reclining seats

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  • An affordable Stingray is already alluring… but rarely do you find a...

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    An affordable Stingray is already alluring… but rarely do you find a stick-shift, T-top 1973 Chevrolet Corvette with its original V8 and plenty invested to keep it a head-turner. That’s why this sleek machine is a fleeting opportunity.
    C3 Corvettes have the look of distinction, and so nobody who sees this car in your driveway will question how affordable it really is. That’s especially true since this one was treated to a full professional respray in 2016. The Crimson Red has a sophisticated tone that stands apart from the rest of the bold red ‘Vetts out there. And because it has a clearcoat shine, it radiates with a terrific modern luster. And speaking of modern looks, we all know ’73 as the debut of the urethane front bumpers front. These gave the C3 an appearance of one long continuous wave, and it made the ’73 much more of a designer’s work of art. But just because this was a more streamlined car did not mean it skipped out on brightwork. It just made great features much more noticeable, like the Rally wheels, rocker panels, rear bumper, and optional luggage rack.
    The factory-correct tan interior is a great complementing color to the sophisticated crimson. It has an understated look that gives this American classic an almost European tone. Everything looks original, but it has a far fresher feeling because there was a solid investment in restoring all the main pieces in 2016. This has all the features you want, including factory auxiliary gauges in the center of the dash, and just below it, there’s an updated AM/FM stereo. You’ll love hopping in, grabbing the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and gazing at the deep dual pod speedo and tach as you cruise around in your classic ‘Vette. While this one has provisions for R134a air conditioning, the best wind will be when you take out the T-tops and let the world see the smile on your face.
    The original, numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8 is still providing the power, and it looks great sitting under the hood with its chrome distributor shield and bold orange valve covers. Plus, if you’re a Corvette person, we bet you’re marveling at how the air topper still has the correct diaphragm to help breath cowl hood’s cooler air. The trusty small-block has been well maintained to fire up on command, and its four-barrel carburetor setup helps deliver a throaty exhaust note. It has a great throttle response, and you get complete control over this V8 with the desirable and original Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Add in more driver’s features like the fully-independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/A tires, and this is one of the best all-around sports cars of the ‘70s.
    Great paint, great investments, and great originality come together to make a great deal on this Stingray. So you know this total package ‘Vette will not be staying with us long. Call today!!!

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  • For those of you who love Mustangs (who doesn't?), it's going to be hard...

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    For those of you who love Mustangs (who doesn't?), it's going to be hard not to fall in love with this bright yellow 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. It takes one of the most attractive Mustangs of all time and adds just a few upgrades touches to give it a classic look with just a hint of modern performance underneath.
    At this price, this Mustang represents a screaming bargain. The bright yellow paint is quite similar to the original Grabber Yellow, albeit nothing coming out of Ford factories in 1970 looked this good. Ford's fastback (or "Sportsroof") Mach 1 looks fast just sitting still and made the perfect foundation for their most popular performance model. Fit and finish on this high-impact car are quite good, with nice panel gaps, good alignment, and a shine that belies the fact that the paint job is now 15 years old. All the correct Mach 1 details are there, from the hood scoop to the ribbed rocker panel moldings to the louvered rear window and rear wing, both of which were optional on the Mach 1. Correct black stripes and '351' callouts on the hood help with the aggressive look and it appears that even the chrome bumpers are recent, giving this Mustang a very crisp, clean appearance. Sure, there are a few signs of use, but this is still one of the best-looking Mustangs ever built.
    The black bucket seat interior is correct for this particular car and is perhaps the only interior that can live up to the exterior's standards. It appears that the seat covers, door panels, and dash pad are original, and that should tell you a lot about the care this Mustang has received over the years. Newer carpets make it feel fresh inside, and while most of it's just the way Ford did it, a few upgrades make for a more entertaining driving experience: a fat wood-rimmed steering wheel, a pair of auxiliary gauges on the console, and an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit with big speakers in the back. This car came from the factory with air conditioning, so it's likely that it spent its life someplace warm and dry, and with a woodgrained center console and C4 3-speed automatic transmission, it lives up to its billing as a grand tourer. Heavy-duty floor mats protect those carpets and the trunk is fully upholstered using correct mats, as well as a matching cover for the spare tire.
    This car is also correctly outfitted with an M-code 351 cubic inch "Cleveland" V8, which looks like it's had a lot of money spent on it recently. Rest assured, this torquey small block delivers performance that matches its red-hot looks. Finned valve covers are the most visible deviation from stock, but underneath you'll find an Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley carburetor, and an MSD ignition system, as well as a big aluminum radiator with electric fan. By 1970, power steering and power front disc brakes were far more common, making this car quite easy to drive, and with 3.00 gears out back, it's probably one of the best highway cruisers we've got. Ceramic-coated long-tube headers feed a new Flowmaster exhaust system, so it has that traditional Ford small block cackle, and you can see in the photos that the underside of this car has nothing to hide. Magnum 500 wheels are always the right choice, with these carrying relatively recent BFGoodrich rubber.
    One of the most popular years of one of America's most popular pony car in fantastic colors with great options all make this Mustang a relative bargain in its class. Call today!

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  • The all-new Thunderbird debuted in 1961, and today remains one of the...

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    The all-new Thunderbird debuted in 1961, and today remains one of the cleanest, most well-designed cars of the 1960s. This 1961 Ford Thunderbird convertible shows why the "Bullet Birds" are still surging in value while all the others seem to stay pretty flat. Great looks, a strong-running 390, and the versatility of two or four seats make this convertible a great hobby car for any occasion.
    If you're going to own a flashy convertible covered in chrome, you may as well paint it bright red. Code J Monte Carlo Red is this car's original color and it sure looks right on the smooth fuselage of this long, sleek Thunderbird. Although there's still enough chrome on the car to remind us that the '50s were not so long before this car was built, the long, unadorned flanks speak for themselves and demand top-quality bodywork. No ripples or waves, good gaps, and a great shine on the finish, which sure doesn't look two decades old. The red is exactly right, not too orange and not too pink, but if you want to keep a low profile, this is the wrong vehicle to drive. From the lovely strip of chrome that runs along the tops of the fenders and incorporates the door handles to the intricate grille to the jet-inspired taillights, this car looks like a movie star from any angle. There are a few signs of use and age here and there, but it's ready to enjoy and few cars make better long-distance cruisers than a 4-seater 'Bird.
    The appealing code 54 Beige interior is a nice complement to the red, a little softer and more sophisticated than regular white or black. Bucket seats and a console were standard equipment, as was the cool swing-away steering wheel, and you won't find any faux wood inside this 'Bird. Instead you get brushed stainless and anodized aluminum, beautiful round chrome gauge pods with clock-like instruments inside, and a very futuristic look overall. Options include power windows, factory A/C, and an AM radio that's fully operational. The upholstery, carpets, and door panels look almost new and yes, there's a back seat under the removable Sport Roadster tonneau cover that really gives the car a sleek look. You will also be relieved to know that that the complex convertible top is fully operational with updated relays and pumps, and the top itself is new tan Haartz canvas that looks and feels expensive.
    The only engine available was a Z-code 390 cubic inch V8 rated at 300 horsepower, and it's more than adequate to move the Thunderbird with authority. These were unit-body cars, so they aren't as heavy as you might think, and the torquey 390 gives them the moves of a smaller car. However, the long wheelbase and soft suspension tuning makes it feel luxurious under any circumstances. It's neatly detailed with correct gray tinwork on the engine, traditional expansion tank for the cooling system, and reproduction decals and labels as needed. The brakes are upgraded with a dual reservoir master cylinder, there's an alternator instead of a generator, the front end was rebuilt, and the A/C system still uses good old R12 for best results. Ford's Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission is durable and unobtrusive, while the 9-inch rear sports 3.00 gears to make it feel relaxed on the open road. A look underneath will convince you that the 20-year-old restoration was both quite thorough and very well maintained, and it sits on simple steel wheels with chrome hubcaps and fresh 215/75/17 wide whitewall radials.
    A great-looking car that comes from down south, this Thunderbird delivers everything you want from a vintage cruiser. Add in great documentation and wonderful colors, and you get a car that's a big win from any angle. Call today!

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  • Some of us want more from our classics. And more is what this 1966 Ford...

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    Some of us want more from our classics. And more is what this 1966 Ford Mustang delivers. With a great coordinating paint scheme, luxury A/C interior, and performance-built V8, this iconic pony car is truly a cut-above.
    The standout presentation on this coupe starts with the code-H Sahara Beige paint. We see plenty of nice Mustangs in more common colors, so we like that there was an investment in this factory-correct color. It has the kind of modern luster to look great against all the bright trim. Plus, this one has been custom crafted to offer hints of both a sporty and premium attitude all rolled into one classic coupe. You see this mix best on the profile where the 15-inch Halibrand-style wheels we remember from the best Shelbys are bridged by a golden brown triple stripe on the rocker panels. And we know you like how the racing stripes on the hood match this trim. There’s even a premium tan vinyl roof that coordinates with this full earthtone arrangement.
    When you open the door, you begin to realize how thoughtful the whole package is. With golden brown carpeting, light tan upholstery, and slightly darker piping, this color scheme not only looks great together, but also the interior and exterior are even in sync. More than just look great, you’re going to feel the quality that comes from the right investments the moment that you sit down. These seats are now finished in supple leather, which is always a desirable upgrade. And because comfort is king in this classic, the air conditioning is also blowing cold from modern R134a. So we know you’re going to love slipping behind the wheel of this upgraded pony. And when you twist the key, the extra exhaust note instantly lets you know there was a nice upgrade in the engine bay, too.
    Under the hood are more signs of a thoughtful build. The motor looks like a performer with the Edelbrock air topper, cast valve covers, and other bright components radiating power from within the tidy black engine bay. But beyond just the attention-grabbing components that impress at car shows, this motor has real performance substance. According to the consignor, this 289 cubic-inch V8 comes from the performance master Keith Black. It inhales deeply through an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum intake. The V8 exhales with a commanding presence as ceramic coated headers feed a newer Flowmaster dual exhaust. The three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that keeps everything comfortable. Plus, the power steering and wide BF Goodrich T/A tires give you the kind of grip that’s welcome in all situations.
    Here’s a memorable coupe that looks distinctive and has all the best features. So when a turn-key classic has been upgraded so correctly, you know your perfect premium speed machine is waiting. Don’t delay, call today!

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  • 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra Pace Car Convertible

    V-8 5.0 Powered ...

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    1994 Ford Mustang Cobra Pace Car Convertible

    V-8 5.0 Powered SVT
    Manual 5 Speed Transmission
    Red with Tan Convertible Top & Interior
    Alloy Wheel with New Tires
    Full Decal on the Car & Extra Decal
    Power Steering
    Power Brakes
    Tilt Wheel
    Power Windows
    Power Top
    SVT Signed Sticker
    Window Sticker & Owner Manual
    #52 of 1000 Built
    11,700 Miles

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  • Details coming soon. Call 941-254-6608 for more information.

    Details coming soon. Call 941-254-6608 for more information.

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  • 1957 Chevrolet 210 Sedan

    283 V-8 Engine
    Automatic Transmission w/...

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    1957 Chevrolet 210 Sedan

    283 V-8 Engine
    Automatic Transmission w/ Hurst Floor Shifter
    Blue & Silver Exterior over Blue & Silver Interior
    Vintage Air Conditioning
    Electric Fan
    Well Done Custom Interior and Trunk Liner
    E-Z Eye Tinted Glass on all Windows
    Dual Mirrors
    Aluminum Radiator
    Seat Belts in Front
    Pacer Chrome Vintage Mags
    JVC AM/FM/CD Stereo
    A Great Cruiser

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  • 1974 Porsche Targa Carrera


    This is originally a...

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    1974 Porsche Targa Carrera


    This is originally a California car, purchased in September 1974. It was sold by the first owner in March 1978 with 57,200 miles and remained in CA. It then was purchased with 79,400 miles, In December 1988. All ownership and registration records are available, along with the Owner’s Manual. The car was operated and garaged during the period he resided in CA or Arizona until April 2000. It was then moved east to Maryland by closed auto carrier (Passport Transport). In January 2003, He relocated to Virginia, where car was currently registered. It has been garaged and covered when not driven since he owned he has owned it. According to the second owner, it was garaged during his ownership. Except for the front hood and lower spoiler, the paint is the factory original, as are the Carrera Graphics. The hood was striped to bare metal, primed and repainted in January 2017. The Targa top was completely refurbished, the front seats were recovered with the original type of perforated pig skin leather, in the original midnight color. also new foam padding was installed, and the carpets were dyed to the original black. This work was done in August 1999.

    Maintenance History

    The car has been routinely maintained with fluids and filters replaced. The Maintenance records, beginning with the second owners care are available with the car. The primary concerns about the 2.7L engine of this vintage have been addressed as follows.

    11/83, 70,000 mi. – Engine rebuilt, replaced: Main Rod Bearings, Valve Guides, Valves, Chain Tensioners, Rockers, installed Case Savers, one Cam Shaft, and balanced Crank Shaft. Also, a new Clutch Disk was installed.

    01/93, 91,300 mi. – Air Box replaced, equipped with Pop-Off Valve.

    08/99, 95,900 mi. – Installed Carrera Kit Timing Chain Tensioners. Additionally, upgrade A/C system with new rotary compressor, hoses and dryer. Replaced Crank Shaft Pulley for increased cooling fan speed.
    Additional maintenance and updates

    02/2000 – Replaced Muffler

    06/2003 – Replaced A/C Expansion Valve

    08/2005 – Replaced A/C Evaporator Core

    07/2008 – Rebuilt Alternator

    11/2013, 123,800 – Replaced Engine Sound Mat and Heater Tubes

    06/2014, 124,000 – Front Brake Aluminum “S” Caliper Restoration, including piston replacement. (Work performed by PMB Performance, Sandy, Utah.) Replaced Front Rotors and Brake Lines.

    11/2016 – Installed new Battery

    02/2017 – Replaced Rear Sway Bar Bushings and Support Clamps

    04/2017, 124,960 – adjusted Valves, replaced Valve Cover Gaskets, replaced most all rubber fuel lines, tightened clamps and all cover fasteners, to stop leaks, serviced A/C.

    05/2017 – Installed Headlight Relay Kit for Halogen Head Lamps.

    07/2017 – Replaced Sparkplug Wire Set, Distributor Cap and Rotor.

    08/2017, 125, 100 mi. Installed 4 new Tires

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  • <h2>1971 Jaguar XKE Series II Fixed Head Coupe</h2>

    <p>How do yo...

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    <h2>1971 Jaguar XKE Series II Fixed Head Coupe</h2>

    <p>How do yo spell sexy with three letters? The answer is XKE. When the E Type Jaguar was launched in March 1961 at the Geneva Motor show it attracted the attention of the whole world like no other car ever had ever done before. With its stunning sleek bodywork, ground breaking performance & impressive handling it astonished all. Could a car like this really be available for nearly half the price of Aston Martins DB4? Jaguar's founder William Lyons, had with his designer & aerodynamicist Malcom Sayer, and engineering director William Heynes, created what was to become the greatest motoring legend of all time. And here is your opportunity to enjoy an outstanding rendering of that legend today.

    This example is is fitted with the original 4.2 litre version of the well proven 6 cylinder double overhead camshaft XK engine, and is driven through a four speed manual Moss gearbox. Suspension is independent all round. The rear suspension features twin coil spring and damper units either side was, along with the differential and inboard rear brake assemblies, mounted in a cradle that was attached to the cars shell via insulated rubber bushes and stabilised by sturdy radius arms. Inside this fine car you will find leather seats and fully comprehensive instrumentation that is beautifully laid out on the sports black and aluminium dashboard, with an odometer reading of only 50k miles. This is all complimented by a wood rim sports steering wheel to guide Jaguars responsive rack & pinion steering. The first road tests further helped to promote the E Type's virtues, with a top speed of 153mph being attained along with standing quarter mile and 0 - 60mph times of 15 seconds & 6.7 seconds respectively. The E type maintained Jaguars very respectable reputation in motor sport and as manufacturer of quality performance cars.</p>

    <li>Finished in correct and original Old English White</li>
    <li>160 MPH Speedometer with 50k miles on the odometer</li>
     <li>Smooth 4.2 liter V6 with dual overhead cams</li>
    <li>Full dual exhaust system with that undeniable British note and chrome rear tips</li>
     <li>Fully Synchronized 4 speed gear box</li>
    <li>Three Spoke Wood Steering Wheel</li>
    <li>Correct Shifter with excellent Boot and wooden shift knob</li>
      <li>Crisp and tight handling with Rack and Pinion Steering</li>
      <li>Hydraulic Brakes front and rear Disc</li>
      <li>Factory Chrome Wire Wheels with Center bolting hubs</li>
      <li>Nearly new blackwall 205/75R15 Firestone Radial Tires</li>
    <li>Aftermarket AM/FM radio in the dash</li>
    <li>Drivers Outside rearview and Interior Mirror</li>
    <li>Black Leather Bucket Seat Interior</li>
    <li>Excellent Bumpers with Guards</li>
    <li>The door panels and interior are in nearly new condition</li>
    <li>In Dash Tach with full Factory Instrumentation</li>

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  • Here's a fun Italian sports car
    The cozy interior is in great...

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    Here's a fun Italian sports car
    The cozy interior is in great condition and features leather seats, AM/FM/CD player, and the classic Alfa Romeo mid-dash mounted shifter. The exterior is in very good condition from the paint to the lights and lenses. This Graduate is solid underneath and in the door jambs.

    Facts about the Leadfoot Automotive Group:

    *We do not carry or advertise consigned vehicles - all our vehicles are Owned Inventory.
    *All the vehicles listed are located in our facilities in Holland Michigan.
    *We also sell late model vehicles which can be seen on our other websites:, or .

    *We have a Service Facility called Leadfoot Garage where ASE Certified technicians perform a variety of services on all makes and models - vintage or modern. Visit the Leadfoot Garage website at, or call 616-392-2600 for more info.

    *Leadfoot has a Full Restoration Shop on site and is able to work on a limited number of customer vehicles in addition to working on the vehicles that we own. Visit the restoration Shop’s website for more info;

    *“Project Vehicles” that need work/restoration are listed on our webpage. Please click the ‘Projects’ tab on the left side of our website or follow this link: to see what we have to offer.

    *We have Financing resources for both classic and late model vehicles.
    *Our team has decades of combined experience in the automotive industry.

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  • Details coming soon. Call 941-254-6608 for more information.

    Details coming soon. Call 941-254-6608 for more information.

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  • 1994 Corvette Convertible - ** New Arrival ** More Info To Come

    1994 Corvette Convertible - ** New Arrival ** More Info To Come

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  • We are please to present this 1977 Pontiac Can Am. This rare survivor...

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    We are please to present this 1977 Pontiac Can Am. This rare survivor has had new paint back to factory specifics a few years ago. This midsize muscle car built by Pontiac and based on the Pontiac LeMans and the Pontiac Grand Am. The Can Am was a special edition option package and was only available in 1977. It was named for the Can Am racing series. Only 1,377 cars were produced. Standard equipment includes: Air conditioning, Front seat console with buckets, 15×7 Cast aluminum wheels, “Saf-T-Track” rear axle, GR70x15 White letter tires, Custom Sport steering wheel, Soft Ray glass, Color-keyed seat belts, Interior decklid release, Interior hood release, Am/FM/8-track radio, AM/FM/CB radio, Instrument panel tachometer (replaces clock). We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please contact Savannah Classic Cars 912-235-2347 (no texts).

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  • The first-generation Ford Mustang was manufactured by Ford from March...

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    The first-generation Ford Mustang was manufactured by Ford from March 1964 until 1973. The introduction of the Mustang created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang’s styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition.



    - Fresh Crated Ford Motorsport 302ci 345HP (before mods….approximately 390HP after)
    - Ford Racing Aluminum GT40 heads (M-6049-X303)
    - Ford Racing High Performance Hydraulic Roller Camshaft (M-6250-B303)
    - MSA 6AL Ignition Box
    - MSD Blaster 2 Ignition
    - MSD Distributor
    - MSD 8mm ignition and plug wires
    - Angus 1.6 Roller ROckers
    - Demon 625cfm carb
    - Edelbrock Performance RPM Intake Manifold
    - K&N Filter Housing for increased air flow
    - Oversized aluminum radiator with stainless steel overflow tank
    - Flowcooler high volume water pump
    - Spal Electric Fan
    - March Pullies
    - Canton 8.5 Quart Heavy Duty Road Race Oil Pan
    - Motorsport Tall Polished Valve Covers


    - Approximately 3000 miles on new braking system
    - CNC Billet Aluminum Dual Master CYlinder
    - Front: Wilwood Heavy Duty Vented & Cross Drilled Rotors with 4 piston calipers
    - Rear: Ford Granada Disc Brakes


    - Borg Warner T-5 Wold Class Transmission
    - McLeod Hydraulic Clutch

    Rear End:

    - Ford 9” with 3.50:1 PosiTraction 28 Spline Third Member (professionally rebuilt)

    Fuel System:

    - Demon “Road Demon” 625cfm Carb
    - High volume mechanical pump
    - Braided stainless lines & aircraft fittings all the way to the trunk to a custom all stainless fuel tank
    - Custom Sparco Flush Mount lock gas cap
    - Earl’s Inline Filter


    - Custom sub-frame connectors fabricated & installed by Hardcore Hot Rods
    - Front suspension has re-located control arms per 62 GT350 Specs
    - 620lb front coils
    - KYB shocks
    - 1-1/8” Sway Bar
    - Cross Support Brace
    - Monte Carlo Bar
    - Rear suspension has a 5 leaf Mid Eye High Performance leaf springs
    - Heavy duty rear sway bar
    - KYB Shocks

    Wheels & Tires:

    - Vintage 45 Aluminum wheels by Vintage Wheel Works (16x8)
    - Yokohama AVI-50i 225/50ZR/16 tires
    - Billet aluminum wheel caps from Trans-am Racing


    - Very straight & rust free
    - Open Shelby style grill
    - Shaved emblems
    - 66 Shelby quarter windows
    - New steel OEM hood w/GT350 hood scoop
    - GT350 Rocker stripe kit


    - All new red interior
    - JME Enterprises aluminum gauge cluster with AutoMeter electric gauges including speedo, tach, fuel, oil, volt, and water
    - Interior also has BIllet Aluminum Racing pedals
    - Custom Hurst Shifter on a short throw box with Longacre shift knob
    - Corbeau CR1 seats with Sparco 4-point quick release harnesses
    - Shelby roll bar bolted in with welded rivnuts
    - Shelby package tray
    - LaCarrera wood steering wheel
    - Custom made kick panels with integrated speakers and custom audio AM/FM stereo (no dash cuts) with electric Antenna

    NO EXPENSES SPAREd….OVER $80K invested!

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  • Info coming soon. Please call with questions and offers.

    Info coming soon. Please call with questions and offers.

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  • 2008 Ford Mustang Roush 427R (Limited Production) finished in Metallic...

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    2008 Ford Mustang Roush 427R (Limited Production) finished in Metallic Silver with Black/Parchment Leather Interior. Only 2,163 One-Owner Miles. RoushCharged 4.6L 435hp/400lb-ft V8 Engine backed by a 5-Speed Manual Transmission. The package includes a Roush Supercharged Engine, High Performance Exhaust and ECM, Roush Intake Manifold, Roush Cold Air Intake, Roush Bodykit, Aero kit with Front Fascia, Chin Spoiler, Rear Spoiler and Hood Scoop, Roush 18-inch wheels, Sport-Tuned Adjustable and Lowered Suspension, Anti-Roll Bars, Carbon-Fiber Dash Trim, Leather Sport Seats, Quarter Window Louvers, 427R Exterior Striping, Roush Emblems, Roush 427R Serial Badge, Roush Short Shift Kit, and Roush 427R Floor Mats.The number 427 has been intertwined in the Ford product line for many years, both as a car model and one of the most powerful and legendary engines in their line. It is only natural that ROUSH, as perhaps the best Ford engine builder in the country, is the company to reintroduce the number to the automotive lexicon using modern engine technology. Over the years the folks at Roush Performance Products have created a string of special ponies based on the Ford Mustang. The most recent result of the company&apos;s tinkering and tuning is the top-of-the-line Roush 427R Mustang.Based on the acclaimed ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang, the 427R horsepower package is highlighted by the intercooled ROUSHcharger. The additional power upgrade comes via a ROUSH-engineered ECM calibration which has been specially-tuned to work in harmony with the different exhaust system used on the vehicle. The resulting total power rating for this vehicle is 435hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Further adding to the style and performance of the 2008 ROUSH 427R is a four-piece aero body kit which includes a stylized front fascia, front chin spoiler, hood scoop and rear wing and ROUSH 18-inch cast chrome wheels with high-performance tires and the special 427R striping kit.For more information on this rare Roush 427R Ford Mustang, or any of our 100+ high-performance, exotic, and special interest coupes always in our inventory, please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - where we have over 40,000 sq ft of indoor showrooms filled with the finest cars. As part of the Park Place Motor Group family, which includes Park Place Aston Martin and Lotus of Bellevue, Park Place Ltd is Home to the West Coast&apos;s Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera finished in White with Black Leather Interior....

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    1999 Porsche 911 Carrera finished in White with Black Leather Interior. Powered by a 3.4L Flat 6-Cylinder Engine and Backed by a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. This Porsche features; Aero Kit, Rear Spoiler, Tech Art Rocker Panels and Front Lip, 18 Fikse Wheels, and Navigation.Presented in White, this Carrera has been well kept. The cockpit of this Porsche maintains basic design themes from the past but boasts cleaner layouts and enhanced functionality. Though the cabin has a function-oriented layout, upscale materials on the doors and dashboard, and remarkable craftsmanship and attention to detail throughout welcomes both driver and passenger. The seats in front are firmly bolstered, deeply contoured and are in excellent condition, offering miles of comfortable driving. Notable standard features include auto climate control and an onboard computer.The Porsche 911 Carrera is considered as one of the most iconic models in the history of the industry. There aren&apos;t many sports cars that have been around as long as the 911, and none that have stayed as true to the original&apos;s formula. At the same time, Porsche has managed to transform the 911 into a modern sports car with the performance and amenities buyers expect. It&apos;s an icon of the sports car world.For more information on this fun 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera, or any of our 40+ Porsches always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants today or always feel free to drop by our 40,000 sq ft of Indoor Showrooms in Bellevue, WA - Home to the West Coast&apos;s most exciting inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Sports, Special Interest and Collectible Cars. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 2009 Audi R8 Coupe finished in Ibis White with Luxor Beige Interior....

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    2009 Audi R8 Coupe finished in Ibis White with Luxor Beige Interior. Powered by a 4.2L V8 producing 420hp and backed by a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. It also features Body Colored Side Blades and Polished Wheels. 19,044 Miles from New.The R8 turned the industry on its face when it debuted in 2008. From its striking design to its industry-leading aluminum mid-engine construction, many competing manufacturers were left flat-footed and without response. Powered by a magnificent 4.2-liter V8 that produces 420hp at a scintillating 7800 rpm, the driver is never left yearning. Power is transmitted to the ground with Audi&apos;s proven Quattro AWD system giving sure-footed confidence when being driven hard and added security when road conditions are less than favorable. Inside the cabin, the driver is rewarded with a great driving position, easy to use infotainment system, and top quality materials.Powering this R8 is a mid-mounted 4.2L V8 engine that is viewable through the glass rear window. The engine is backed by a lightning-quick and silky-smooth 6-speed Manual Transmission and the surefootedness of Quattro all-wheel drive. Further performance features include a sport-tuned suspension with adjustable damping, performance brakes, dry sump engine lubrication system and electronic differential lock.For more information on this fantastic 2009 Audi R8 Coupe, or any of our other 100+ Luxury, Exotic, and Special Interest cars always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or feel free to stop by our 5-acre Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - Home to the West Coast&apos;s Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 2012 Ford Mustang GT500 finished in Ingot Silver with Red Racing Stripes...

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    2012 Ford Mustang GT500 finished in Ingot Silver with Red Racing Stripes and Black Leather Sport Seats with Red Accents. Powered by a Supercharged 5.4L V8 pushing 500hp/480lb-ft of torque and backed by a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. This GT500 also consists of the Performance Package and Navigation.The GT500 has continued to be praised for its power. Throwing it back to the 60&apos;s, Ford has done an amazing job capturing the aesthetic that is the GT500. The 5.4L V8 revs and screams under the scooped, fine-lined, hood. With heat extracting vents and a huge grille to help keep the engine from boiling over, this Mustang can keep going throughout the day. Though the speed is something to be amazed by, the brakes are equally, if not more, amazing. Brembo brakes help assist the 4,000-pound beast down to a stop with the same quickness and force that it took off in. Changes from the independent rear suspension to the straight axle was a step Ford was willing to take, and it worked. With all of the pieces of Ford&apos;s puzzle fitting together perfectly, this Mustang can give those in the exotic car category quite the challenge.For more information on this new look Ford Mustang GT500, or any of our 100+ high-performance, exotic, and special interest coupes always in our inventory, please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - where we have over 40,000 sq ft of indoor showrooms filled with the finest cars. As part of the Park Place Motor Group family, which includes Park Place Aston Martin and Lotus of Bellevue, Park Place Ltd is Home to the West Coast&apos;s Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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