This 45,625 mile Ford pickup has matching numbers has been treated to a...Read more
This 45,625 mile Ford pickup has matching numbers has been treated to a full frame off restoration. The original engine number is listed on the Title. It is powered by the flathead 4 cylinder engine and 3 speed manual transmission. Upgrades include polished oak bed with stainless strips, hydraulic brakes and dual exhaust. Other features include dual mirrors and cowl lamp, wire wheels with beauty rings and a side-mounted spare tire.Read less
Civilian production resumed in July 1945, with an early start to the...Read more
Civilian production resumed in July 1945, with an early start to the 1946 model year filling the public's thirst for new cars. The 1946 Ford was identical to the 1942 model under the skin, though a heavy new grille with horizontal bars and red accents modernized the car somewhat. The hood was widened by adding a center strip. One notable change was to use the 239 CID engine which since 1939 had been used in Mercurys and trucks, and capable of 100 hp for the first time. The convertible had an electric top instead of manual one.
The "ignition key" for these cars was actually used to operate a bolt lock which, on one end, unlocked the steering column (a feature destined to return, mandated, decades later), and on the other end unblocked the ignition switch, allowing it to be operated. Starting the car was then accomplished by pressing a pushbutton on the dashboard, another feature destined to return with the advent of "smart keys".
Very nicely restored and correctly detailed throughout. The trunk is presented properly with side trim, spare tie, jack and tools.Read less
The 1955 Safari was built using shared body components with the...Read more
The 1955 Safari was built using shared body components with the Chevrolet Nomad station wagon, which would also allow both divisions to share in the tooling costs for the special bodied wagons. The Safari was fitted with Pontiac's unique front-end bumper/grille assembly and sheet metal and rear tail light design, both created by Pontiac stylist Paul Gillan. Gillan received a United States patent for the bumper/grille design.
The Safari featured sport-coupe front doors, extra chrome adorning the tailgate and interior, and sliding rear-seat windows. Like the Nomad, the "B" pillar of the station wagon was raked forward, a flourish not shared with other GM two-door station wagons from that era.
Interior trim, upholstery and bright work were equal to Pontiac's top line Star Chief range of models, however the Safari was actually the only model in the Star Chief Custom.
This Safari has been restored to it's original condition with attention paid to detail throughout. It is equipped with the 287 cu in V-8, Hydramatic transmission and power steering and brakes.Read less
Although Mercury's prewar history was short, the Mercury Eight had...Read more
Although Mercury's prewar history was short, the Mercury Eight had already earned for itself the image of being a fine performer in mph as well as mpg, this "hot car" image quite in keeping with its name, chosen by Edsel Ford, that of the fleet-footed messenger of the gods of Roman mythology] The Mercury Eight was strongly identified as an upmarket Ford during this period. In 1945 the Lincoln-Mercury division would be established to change that.
A new grille was the most noticeable difference between the 1942 and 1946 Mercurys. It had thin vertical bars surrounded by a trim piece painted the same color as the car An "Eight" script now appeared down its center. The Liquimatic automatic transmission option was eliminated.
Styling changes were slight in 1947. The Mercury name was placed on the side of the hood. Different hubcaps were used. The border around the grille was chrome plated. The "Eight" script still ran down its center. There was also new trunk trim. More chrome was used on the interior and the dash dial faces were redesigned The convertible and station wagon came with leather upholstery. The other body styles used fabric.
For all practical purposes the 1948 Mercury Eights were identical to the 1947s. The major changes consisted of different dial faces and no steering column lock.
This Mercury has recieved a complete rotisserie restoration and retains the original flathead V-8 and manual transmission .Features include forced air induction heater, Columbia rear end, wood grain dash, cloth top and vinyl/cloth seatsRead less
This is a nice, custom restored big block truck with a Harley-Davidson...Read more
This is a nice, custom restored big block truck with a Harley-Davidson inspired paint scheme.It has a 454 cu in Chevrolet V-8 and a 3 speed automatic transmission. This truck features a late model bucket seat interior, air suspension, Tru Spoke wire wheels with BFG Radial Long Trail T/A's and a spray-in bedliner. Other features include, air conditioning, tilt wheel and cruise control and a custom sound system.Read less
For 1967 the 4-4-2's styling and base engine remained the same, save for...Read more
For 1967 the 4-4-2's styling and base engine remained the same, save for an increase in intake valve size to 2.067 from 1.99. but the automatic three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic with Switch Pitch became available, replacing the two-speed Switch Pitch Jetaway. The heavy-duty floor-mounted three-speed manual transmission was now standard with the Muncie M-20 and M-21 four-speeds optional, all with Hurst shifters. Front Disc brakes were a new option this year.
Unlike in previous years which the 4-4-2 option could be ordered on either baseline F-85 or upscale Cutlass models, the 1967 4-4-2 package was based on the top-line Cutlass Supreme series including the sport coupe (with center post), Holiday hardtop coupe and convertible. Standard equipment on all models included Strato bucket seats or no-cost notchback bench seat, full carpeting, expanded Morocceen vinyl upholstery, heavy-duty suspension with rear sway bar, and wide-oval tires.
This beautifully restored Oldsmobile 442 is presented in triple Saffron, as the featured car in the factory brochure.
It has the 350 hp, 442-specific 400 cu in engine with specially modified THM400 transmission, as well as power steering and brakes. This car features front and rear sway bars, louvered hood and a "snorkle-less" air cleaner that was designed for all 50 States emissions. This car is Oldsmobile Heritage verified with original window sticker.
The Ford car was thoroughly updated in 1941, in preparation for a time...Read more
The Ford car was thoroughly updated in 1941, in preparation for a time of unpredictability surrounding World War II. The 1941 design would continue in an aborted 1942 model year and would be restarted in 1946 and produced until the more modern 1949 Fords were ready. During the initial year of this car, it evolved considerably. The front fenders came in three pieces, the theory being that small damage could be replaced easily. During the year, it evolved into two pieces with the lower front and back sections being joined. The hood risers changed, the early ones being the same as 1940 Fords, changing during the year to the better later version. The 1941 Convertible had no rear side windows, the only side windows being in the doors; in 1942, quarter windows were added so the rear occupants could see out.Read less
This beautifully restored Ford features the 85 hp flathead V-8 and 3 speed manual transmission column-mounted shifter. Other features are front and rear bumper guards, fog lights, extremely clean original repaint, steel rims, stock HUB cap, beauty ring, wide whites, vinyl bench seats
The 1969 Plymouth Fury models featured Chrysler's new round-sided...Read more
The 1969 Plymouth Fury models featured Chrysler's new round-sided "Fuselage Look" styling. The 1969 models included the Fury I, Fury II and Fury III, the sport-model Sport Fury and the top-line VIP.
This Sport Fury is not only ultra rare, but it is well optioned. Extensive ground up restoration is evident immediately upon inspection. It is powered by the big block 383 V-8 with 4 bbl carburetor and dual exhausts, Torqueflite automatic transmission, bucket seats with center console, power steering and brakes, factory air conditionimg and Rallye Road WheelsRead less
The Challenger was available as a two-door in either a hardtop coupe or...Read more
The Challenger was available as a two-door in either a hardtop coupe or a convertible body design, and in two models for its introductory year. The base model was the "Challenger" with either a I6 or V8 engine, as well as a "Challenger R/T" that included a 383 cu in V8.
The performance model was the R/T (Road/Track), with a 383 cu in "Magnum" V8, rated at 335 bhp 300 bhp. The standard transmission was a 3-speed manual. Optional R/T engines were the 375 bhp 440 cu in Magnum, the 390 bhp 440 CID Six-Pack and the 425 bhp 426 cu in Hemi. The R/T was available in either the hardtop or convertible.
This Challenger R/T is an original restored car, with a 375 bhp 440 cu in Magnum V-8 upgrade. It is presented in Plum Crazy Purple with White interior and convertible top. This car is detailed very well both under the hood and the chassis. Options include TorqueFlight automatic transmission with console-mounted shifter, Road Wheels and power steeringRead less
The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The...Read more
The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The four-cylinder Model A engine was no longer offered, leaving just the 221 CID V8 to power every Ford car and truck. The transverse leaf spring suspension remained, but the front spring was relocated ahead of the axle to allow more interior volume. The body was lowered and new "Center-Poise" seating improved comfort.
Chevrolet regained the sales lead at the end of 1936, but the Ford still sold extremely well. A new club cabriolet model was introduced with a fully framed windshield and weatherproof top, and the convertible sedan gained the popular integrated trunkback design.The look was updated with an inverted pentagonal grille with all-vertical bars beneath a prominent hood and three horizontal chrome side strips (on DeLuxe models). A concealed horn, long a prominent part of the Ford's design, also brought the car into modern times. The new trucks continued with the old grille. Other major changes for 1936 were the use of pressed steel "artillery" solid wheels instead of wire wheels.
This fine example is presented in Washington Blue and features aluminum cylinder heads.The exquisite detail on this Ford demonstrates the care taken during the restoration.Read less
The 1947 Ford line was similar to the short 1946. Visual differences...Read more
The 1947 Ford line was similar to the short 1946. Visual differences included the removal of the red accents from the grill and the two small lights located just above it. Ford began titling 1947s in February 1947. For the first few weeks, the 1947 model was identical to the 1946. Ford then restyled the body slightly first by moving the parking lights from above the grill to below each headlight. Exterior moldings were changed from grooved to a smooth design. A new hood ornament with a blue plastic insert was installed. A new hubcap design became available in March. The interior dash color was changed from red accent to gold. By September, the roof-mounted antenna was moved to the cowl. Horns were moved to in front of the radiator from the engine compartment. The final 1947 models were titled in November.
This car is presented as the same car used in the movie, "Karate Kid"( Wax on, wax off!) It features the correct Bonney-Lebaron upholstery, bumper guards, fender skirts, windshield washer and Blue Dot tail lights. It has the 239 CID flathead V-8 with 100 hp.Read less
In 1941, the Master and Special Deluxe had updated styling from the year...Read more
In 1941, the Master and Special Deluxe had updated styling from the year before with things such as a new grill, new suspension, new curves, and the headlight mounted in the fenders The Special had better fabric than the Master, along with arm rests in the doors. There was full instrumentation]
In the 1941/42 model years, the 216cid inline 6 "Blue Flame" engine was the only one offered. It produced 85 horsepower at 3300 rpm. In 1947 output was bumped up to 90 horsepower. A Deluxe of this vintage could easily exceed 80 miles per hour without overdrive. The transmission was a manual synchromesh 3 speed, with vacuum assisted shift, in which the "three-on-the-tree" shifter was able to be moved between gears by the slightest pressure on the lever. Third gear was direct, meaning the input and output are equal speeds.
This fine example features excellent workmanship in the restoration. The wood grain dash and garnish moldings, brightwork and attention to detail throughout make this an investment grade Chevrolet.Read less
Here is a great running nice original Chevrolet Bel Air. It has been...Read more
Here is a great running nice original Chevrolet Bel Air. It has been repainted in authentic two-tone blue and white with matching blue original interior. The dash is nicely detailed with original chrome trim and factory installed clock.The chrome and brightwork on the Chevy is fabulous. The bumpers, grille and moldings look as they did in 1955. The engine bay and trunk are both nicely detailed.
It is powered by the reliable Stovebolt inline OHV 6 cylinder engine and mated to a 3 speed. column shifted transmission.Read less
Excellent custom build of this classic Ford. Beautiful teal paint,...Read more
Excellent custom build of this classic Ford. Beautiful teal paint, louvered hood and American Torque Thrust wheels. Ford 302 with Cobra dress up kit, automatic transmission with Lokar shifter, power steering and brakes. Vintage Heat and A/C with outlets integrated into the dash. Excellent driving car that is a show winner everywhere it goes!Read less
This Mustang is an authentic representation of a Shelby 350. It is a...Read more
This Mustang is an authentic representation of a Shelby 350. It is a gorgeous restoration in Candy Apple Red bc/cc with Wimboldon White stripes. The correct all black interior is fresh and nicely detailed It has Shelby 10 spoke wheels with BFG radial T/A tires. It also feature Wilwood front power disc brakes.Read less
Other features include correct factory air conditioning, Custom Autosound AM/FM sound system, tilt steering column and dash mounted tach.
The Mustang is powered by a 289 V-8 with aluminum intake manifold and 4 barrell carburetor and Cobra dress up kit. It is backed by a T-5 crate transmission and a 3.55 rear axle.
The 1951 Fords featured an optional Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission...Read more
The 1951 Fords featured an optional Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission for the first time. Ford finally answered the Chevrolet Bel Air charge with the Victoria hardtop in 1951. The car was an instant hit, outselling the Chevrolet by nearly 10%. All 1951 Fords sported a new "dual-bullet" grille and heavy chrome bumpers. This year Ford also added a new "turn-key" ignition. Front suspension is independent coil springs.
This Ford Victoria is equipped with the flathead V-8 and the all new Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission.Read less
Options include fender skirts, bumper guards, spot light, white walls, steel rims with hub caps and beauty rings
The Ford Model A (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A,...Read more
The Ford Model A (also colloquially called the A-Model Ford or the A, and A-bone among rodders and customizers), was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, but not sold until December 2, it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. This new Model A (a previous model had used the name in 1903–04) was designated a 1928 model and was available in four standard colors.
By 4 February 1929, one million Model As had been sold, and by 24 July, two million. The range of body styles ran from the Tudor at US$500 (in grey, green, or black) to the Town Car with a dual cowl at US$1200. In March 1930, Model A sales hit three million, and there were nine body styles available. Model A production ended in March, 1932, after 4,858,644 had been made in all body styles.
This beautiful Ford Rumble Seat Roadster represents the best that America had to offer for everyone due to it's low cost and ease of ownership Excellent workmanship with no previous rust repair. Wing vents, side curtains and side mounted spare tire are nice options. Make it a part of your collection today!Read less
This 1967 Plymouth Fury III Convertible is a true "Tennessee Barn Find"...Read more
This 1967 Plymouth Fury III Convertible is a true "Tennessee Barn Find" and has 33,123 actual miles! With only 4,523 made in 1967 and an annual attrition rate of 10%, there may be approximately 400 - 500 of these great cars left in the world!
This Fury comes with the Commando 383 4-Barrel V8 engine and Torque Flite automatic transmission. It features a recent repaint in red and has a newer convertible top. The interior is original and in excellent condition. Other feature include power steering and brakes and has nearly new set of Nankane Ultra 245/45 R18 tires on Devino Sports Concepts Chrome rims
This is truly a rare part of automotive history, and one that is only getting rarer!
150 MPH speedometer
150 MPH speedometer
Color-keyed cloth headliner/sun visors
Console-inc: armrest, integral storage bin, cup holder, compact disc/cassette storage bin
Dual visor mirrors w/covers
Front floor mats
Full wrapover monochromatic trim-inc: soft flow-through door trim panels w/full-length armrests & cloth/vinyl inserts
Heater/defroster/ventilation-inc: (4) instrument panel registers w/positive shut-off
Leather-wrapped shift knob
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Light group-inc: cargo compartment lights, headlamps-on alert chime, dome lamps integral w/mirror, front door courtesy switches
Manual air conditioning
Pwr decklid release
Pwr side windows w/driver-side express down
Rear window defroster
Side window demisters
Stalk-mounted controls-inc: turn signals, wipers/washer, high-beam headlamps, flash-to-pass
Stand alone digital quartz clock
Tachometer, trip odometer, voltmeter, temp/fuel/oil pressure gauges, check engine/low oil/low coolant warning lights
Tilt steering wheel w/center horn
Aerodynamic halogen headlamps
Cobra fender/decklid badge
Color-keyed rocker moldings
Composite hood w/flow through scoops
Dual electric remote-control mirrors w/RH convex
Front/rear body-color fascias w/Mustang nomenclature
Interval windshield wipers
Pwr retractable convertible top w/semi-hard boot
3-point active restraint safety belts
Driver & front passenger air bag supplemental restraint system
Dual note horn
15.4 gallon fuel tank w/tethered cap
17" aluminum mini-spare
17" x 8.0" 5-spoke polished aluminum wheels
3.27 axle ratio
4.6L DOHC SHP 32-valve V8 engine
4-wheel anti-lock braking system
Coil-spring 4-bar link rear suspension w/variable rate coil springs
Electronic engine controls (EEC-V)
Gas-pressurized front struts & rear shock absorbers
HD 130-amp alternator
HD 58 amp/hr maintenance-free battery
Modified MacPherson strut front suspension w/stabilizer bars & variable rate coil springs
Pwr 4-wheel disc brakes
Pwr rack & pinion steering
Rear wheel drive
Stainless steel dual exhaust system
Tunnel-mounted parking brake
Unique Cobra strut/shock absorber calibrations
Ford created a completely new market segment around the Thunderbird, the...Read more
Ford created a completely new market segment around the Thunderbird, the personal luxury car. While a light weight car with a large V8 engine, the Thunderbird focused more on driver comfort than speed. The Thunderbird was not a direct rival to the European sports cars imported into the United States.
For 1957 the front bumper was reshaped, the grille and tailfins were made larger, and larger tail-lights were fitted. The spare wheel moved back inside the trunk, which had been redesigned to allow it to be mounted vertically. The side "Thunderbird" script moved from the fins to the front fenders. A new option was "Dial-o-Matic" 4-way power seats that, when you turned off the ignition, the seat would move back to allow easier exiting. As well as the standard 292 and 312 engines, versions of the 312 were produced in higher states of tune.
This "E" Bird is equipped with the two four barrel version of the 312 cu in Thunderbird Special V-8 producing 245 hp and is mated to the Ford-O-Matic transmission. Compete restoration in Sunrise Yellow paint and is striking with the Raven Black porthole hardtop.Read less
The Impala was introduced in 1958 as a new, upmarket, sporty trim...Read more
The Impala was introduced in 1958 as a new, upmarket, sporty trim package created for Bel Air coupes and convertibles. Unique to the model were its six taillights, which set it apart from lower trim levels with only two lights on a side.
This classic styling cue would become its trademark. The Impala became a separate model in 1959 in both two- and four-door versions and became the best-selling car in the Chevrolet lineup. For 1960, it became the best-selling automobile in the United States and held that position for the next decade.
The Impala featured body-on-frame construction, using the “X” frame used on other Chevrolet's, as well as Cadillac. The exception for the six-taillight rear end styling was the 1959 model, which used the “teardrop” taillight shape as all other Chevy models had.
This Impala "Bubble Top" is an excellent quality car that can be driven. It has a 283 cu in PowerPack V-8 and Powerglide automatic transmission. The Ermine White paint is very nice and has exceptional stainless trim. This Impala also features the deluxe Hounds Tooth interior.Read less
An all-new clean sheet redesign of General Motors' Chevrolet and GMC...Read more
An all-new clean sheet redesign of General Motors' Chevrolet and GMC brand C/K-Series pickups débuted in mid-1972 for the 1973 model year. Development of the new third-generation trucks began in 1968 with vehicle components undergoing simulated testing on computers before the first prototype pickups were even built for real world testing. The redesign was revolutionary in appearance at the time, particularly the cab, departing from typical American pickup truck designs of the era. The third-generation trucks are colloquially known as the "Square-body" or "Box-body" generation
This one-ton Dually truck is in original condition. It features a Cadillac V-8, automatic transmission, factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes and a rear step bumper.Read less
The third generation Corvette, patterned after the Mako Shark II concept...Read more
The third generation Corvette, patterned after the Mako Shark II concept car, was introduced for the 1968 model year and was in production until 1982. C3 coupes featured the first use of T-top removable roof panels. It introduced monikers that were later revived, such as LT-1, ZR-1, Z07 and Collector Edition.
There was an extended production run for the 1969 model year due a lengthy labor strike, which meant sales were down on the 1970 models, to 17,316. 1970 small-block power peaked with the optional high compression, high-revving LT-1 that produced 370 bhp
This is an original Corvette with one re-spray. It is equipped with the 370 hp LT-1 350 V-8 and 4 speed manual transmission. It is finished in Monza Red with Black Custom (leather) interior. Other options include power steering and disc brakes, tilt/telescopic steering column, Rally Wheels and removable T-TopsRead less
The Bel Air series featured a wide chrome strip of molding from the rear...Read more
The Bel Air series featured a wide chrome strip of molding from the rear fender bulge to the rear bumper. The inside of this stripe was painted a coordinating color with the outside body color, and "Bel Air" scripts were added inside the strip.Read less
Bel Air interiors had a deluxe Bel Air steering wheel with full chrome horn ring. Carpeting and full wheel covers rounded out Bel Air standard equipment. For 1954, the Bel Air stayed essentially the same, except for a revised grille and taillights, and a revised engine that had insert bearings and higher oil pressure, needed for the full-flow oil filtration system that was not available prior to 1954.
This Bel Air is presented in Turquiose and White and features exceptionally nice chrome trim and stainless brightwork. It has the optional bumper overriders front and rear and also features fender skirts. The extra clean interior is authentic and it matches the exterior.
It is powered by the 125 hp, inline 6 cylinder "Blue Flame" engine with Power Glide automatic transmission.
Lincoln was the sole US make (other than Rambler) to offer a complete...Read more
Lincoln was the sole US make (other than Rambler) to offer a complete restyle in 1956, nearly doubling sales. Inspired by the Futura show car, the cars were seven inches longer, three inches wider, and had sharp angular lines. Lincoln finally caught up with other manufacturers and offered a wraparound windshield for the first time, the biggest in the industry. The Premiere was Lincoln's new top-of-the-line, relegating the Capri to second-class status. It featured a unique eight-pointed star medallion that was located liberally on the exterior of the car along with gold Premiere nameplates. There was no mistaking what car this was!
The company boldly referred to the car as "the longest, lowest, most powerful, most wanted Lincoln of all time." Ads claimed that women considered Lincoln "easier to drive than even a small car." This was in no small attempt to play catch-up with rival Cadillac and broaden its market appeal, yet sales remained only a third that of Cadillac. In addition to the updated styling, the Premiere rode on a new chassis with full box section rails, white the True-Power V-8 engine grew to 368 cubic inches and 285 horsepower with dual exhausts.
This is one of 19,465 Premier Sedans built for 1956, making it Lincoln's second most popular model. Power windows and a four-way power seat were included at no cost, along with power steering and power brakes. Considered by collectors among the most attractive Lincolns of the 1950s, the body style lasted just two years, only to be replaced by an even larger, unitized construction model for 1958.
This stylish Lincoln is quality older restoration that has been very well maintained. the restoration included new paint, chrome, and interior on a nicely equipped original car. Painted in its original and oh-so-fifties appropriate shade of Amethyst, it is echoed inside with pink leather seats and door panels, along with contrasting textured grey fabric inserts, while the dashboard, carpet, and door trim are black. Fully equipped, it features a Town and Country radio with rear speaker; automatic transmission, power steering, brakes, windows, and seat; dual outside rearview mirrors and accessory fog lights. It rides on appropriate wide whitewall tires with correct Premiere wheel covers. Both the engine compartment and the trunk have been highly detailed.
This is one collector car that invites the new owner to bring along friends and family, as there is room for everyone while traveling in complete comfort. It is a perfect car for touring, cruise-ins, and local gatherings.
The 1963 Impala featured rectilinear styling with an engine-turned...Read more
The 1963 Impala featured rectilinear styling with an engine-turned aluminum rear taillight panel surrounded by a chrome border on SS models. Engine choice was similar to 1962, with the small-block 283-and-327-cubic-inch V8's most popular.
This nicely restored red on red Super Sport is powered by the 327/300 hp and Powerglide automatic transmission. The interior features bucket seats and console, and new-for-1963 automatic transmission shifted on the console. It has correct SS "flipper" wheel covers and an aftermarket sound system. Excellent cosmetics and underhood detail make this SS a show stopper!Read less
The 1962 model featured new "C" pillar styling for all models except the...Read more
The 1962 model featured new "C" pillar styling for all models except the 4-door hardtop. Sport Coupe models now featured the "convertible roof" styling, shared with other GM "B" full-size hardtop coupes. This style proved extremely popular, and contributed to the desirability of the 1962–1964 Impalas as collectibles.
Super Sport (SS) models featured that panel in a special engine-turned aluminum, which was also used to fill the side moldings, making the SS more distinctive in appearance.
This Roman Red on red SS is powered by a 327 cu in V-8 and 4-Speed manual transmission. Engine upgrades feature Edelbrock aluminum heads and intake manifold. Bucket seats and console are SS trademarks.Read less
This custom built Chevy pickup sits on a Nissan pickup 4X4 chassis. It...Read more
This custom built Chevy pickup sits on a Nissan pickup 4X4 chassis. It is a 4 cylinder with 5 speed transmission. The interior was also incorporated into the build utilizing the Nissan dash and seats. It offers modern day drivability along with Nissan economy and dependability!Read less
Ford's designers began drawing up larger versions even as the original...Read more
Ford's designers began drawing up larger versions even as the original was achieving sales success, and while "Lee Iacocca later complained about the Mustang's growth, he did oversee the 1967 redesign." From 1967 until 1973, the Mustang got bigger but not necessarily more powerful. The Mustang was facelifted, giving the Mustang a more massive look overall and allowing a big block engine to be offered for the first time. Front and rear end styling was more pronounced, and the "twin cove" instrument panel offered a thicker crash pad, and larger gauges.
This Mustang is powered by the popular "C" code 289 V-8 and C4 automatic transmission.It has power steering and brakes, chrome engine dress up kit, Styled Steel wheels, console with cup holders and luggage rack. It is nicely presented in Rangoon Red with great underhood detailing.Read less
Several changes to the Mustang occurred at the start of the normal 1965...Read more
Several changes to the Mustang occurred at the start of the normal 1965 model year production, five months after its introduction. These cars are known as "late 65's," and were built after factory retooling in August 1964.Read less
This Mustang is well presented in classic triple white. The body panels align nicely and the chrome trim is neat and tidy. The interior is in excellent condition as the the folding convertible top. Under the hood is well detailed and the trunk has the correct liner.
This Mustang is very well optioned with bucket seats and center console, factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes and the optional Styled Steel wheels.
It is powered by the 200 cu in straight six engine and Cruise-O-Matic transmission.
The Thunderbird was restyled in favor of a more squared-off appearance,...Read more
The Thunderbird was restyled in favor of a more squared-off appearance, which was mostly evident when viewing the car from the side or rear. Hinting at its roots in the previous generation Thunderbird that it evolved from, the new model retained a similar grille design with dual headlights and a 113.2 inches wheelbase. The 300 horsepower 390 cu in FE V8 continued as the standard engine for the Thunderbird. It was paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. For 1965, sequential turn signals were added, flashing the individual segments of the broad, horizontal tail lights in sequences from inside to outside to indicate a turn. Also new for 1965 were standard front disc brakes, and doubled sided keys.
This Thunderbird convertible presents itself well with the Rangoon Red paint and contrasting white interior. A custom "Sports Roadster" package was added along with the Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels, continental kit and deck-mounted luggage rack. It is powered by the 315 hp 390 V-8 and Cruise-o-Matic transmission. Other features include power steering, brakes and windowsRead less
The GTO disregarded GM's policy limiting the A-body intermediate line to...Read more
The GTO disregarded GM's policy limiting the A-body intermediate line to a maximum engine displacement of 330 cu in). Pontiac general manager Elliot "Pete" Estes approved the new model, although sales manager Frank Bridge, who did not believe it would find a market, insisted on limiting initial production to 5,000 cars.
New for 1965, the 389 engines received revised cylinder heads with re-cored intake passages and high rise intake manifolds, improving breathing. Rated power increased to 335 hp at 5,000 rpm for the base four—barrel engine; the Tri-Power engine was now rated 360 hp at 5,200 rpm.
This nicely restored GTO is finished in Mayfair Maize with Black Interio. It has the 389 Tri-Power engine and 4 speed manual transmission with Safe-T-Track differential.It also features Rally ! Wheels and power steering. This car is fully documented with the factory build sheet.Read less
A high flat-topped hood dominated the front look of the 1940 model, as...Read more
A high flat-topped hood dominated the front look of the 1940 model, as the grille spread out to reach the fenders to differentiate the Deluxe line and the headlights were pushed wider still. The standard Ford inherited the grille of the 1939 model with blackout on each side of a heavy chrome center; heavier headlight surrounds serve as another major differentiator from the 1939. 1940 was the last year of the 1937 design and its smaller V8 engine, with a straight-six engine to be reintroduced the following year. Sealed-beam headlights were one of the few major advances for 1940, while a hydraulic top was new on the convertible
This Ford convertible has the 85 hp Flat Head V8 with 3-Speed Manual Transmission mounted on the steering column, which was new for 1940. It features steel rims, deluxe hub caps and beauty ring, vinyl seatsRead less
The Javelin debuted on August 22, 1967 for the 1968 model year and the...Read more
The Javelin debuted on August 22, 1967 for the 1968 model year and the new models were offered for sale from September 26, 1967.
The car incorporated several safety innovations including interior windshield posts that were "the first industry use of fiberglass safety padding" and the flush-mounted paddle-style door handles that later became an enduring AMC safety and styling signature.
The new Javelin offered comfortable packaging with more interior and luggage space than most of its rivals The SST model had additional appearance and comfort items that included reclining front seat backs and a sports-style steering wheel. The Javelin's instruments and controls were set deep in a padded panel, with the rest of the dashboard was set well forward, away from the passenger.
This beautiful first year Javelin has the optional SST package and is finished in red with red interior with black seat inserts. It is powered by the 390 cu in V-8 and three speed automatic transmission with console mounted shifter.Read less
A new body was introduced for the 1956 model featuring a new "face" and...Read more
A new body was introduced for the 1956 model featuring a new "face" and side coves; the taillamp fins were also gone. An optional fuel injection system was made available in the middle of the 1957 model year. It was one of the first mass-produced engines in history to reach 1 bhp per cubic inch and Chevrolet's advertising agency used a "one hp per cubic inch" slogan for advertising the 283 bhp 283 cu in Small-Block engine. Other options included power windows, hydraulically operated power convertible top (1956), heavy duty brakes and suspension (1957), and four speed manual transmission (late 1957). Delco Radio transistorized signal-seeking "hybrid" car radio, which used both vacuum tubes and transistors in its radio's circuitry (1956 option).
This frame-off restored Corvette features the high performance version of the 283 V-8 with two four barrel carburetors and Duntov camshaft and solid lifters, producing 270 hp. It is mated to the new-for-'57 4 speed transmission.Read less
For 1951, the 88 was now the entry-level Olds with the discontinuation...Read more
For 1951, the 88 was now the entry-level Olds with the discontinuation of the six-cylinder 76 line, which meant that all Oldsmobiles were powered by Rocket V8s. New this year was the more upscale Super 88 line on the new GM B-body which included restyled rear body panels, a more luxurious interior, and a slightly longer 120-inch wheelbase as opposed to the 119.5-inch wheelbase which had been standard since the 88's introduction. New was an I-beam frame.
This first year Super 88 has been nicely restored and presented in Shoal Green with White roof. The body, paint and chrome trim are exquisite.Full size Fiesta spinner wheel covers and wide whitewall tires add to the appeal. Chromed window surrounds, belt line trim, front fender and quarter panel accents and dual exhaust tips really help set off the Futuramic styling.. The broadcloth interior is period correct and shows well.Read less
Automatic climate control system w/particle filter
Automatic climate control system w/particle filter
Backlit analog instrumentation-inc: speedometer, tachometer, trip odometer, fuel/oil level/temp gauges
Central locking system w/immobilizer system
Fleece-lined front/rear luggage compartments
Interior lighting w/delayed shutoff
Lockable storage compartment behind brake lever
Luggage net in front trunk
Dual body-color pwr heated mirrors
Energy-absorbing light-alloy bumpers
Integrated front fog lights
Integrated roll bar
Pwr black cloth convertible top
Rear fog light
Tinted glass w/graduated tint windshield
Windshield wipers w/heated washer nozzles
Driver & front passenger air bags
Energy absorbing bumpers
120 amp alternator
15.3 gallon fuel tank
2.5L DOHC EFI water-cooled 24-valve flat 6 cyl engine
4-wheel vented disc brakes w/4-piston fixed light alloy calipers
5-speed manual transmission
Force-sensitive pwr-assisted rack & pinion steering
Front/rear stabilizer bars
Fully integrated electronic ignition
Independent 4-wheel MacPherson strut suspension w/aluminum alloy control arms
Rear wheel drive
Stainless steel exhaust
Variable valve timing system
The Ford Mustang was brought out five months before the normal start of...Read more
The Ford Mustang was brought out five months before the normal start of the 1965 production year. The early production versions are often referred to as "1964½ models" but all Mustangs were advertised, VIN coded and titled by Ford as 1965 models, though minor design updates for fall 1965 contribute to tracking 1964½ production data separately from 1965 data with production beginning in Dearborn, Michigan on March 9, 1964; the new car was introduced to the public on April 17, 1964 at the New York World's Fair.
This early 1965 convertible Mustang is powered by the "D" code 289 4V engine, and automatic transmission. It is presented in Rangoon Red and is equipped with a power convertible top with a rear glass window, power disc brakes, power steering, factory air conditioning, wood grain console, and original radio is in the trunk.Read less
Initially, General Motors executives wanted an entirely new car for...Read more
Initially, General Motors executives wanted an entirely new car for 1957, but production delays necessitated the 1955–56 design for one more year. Ed Cole, chief engineer for Chevrolet, dictated a series of changes that significantly increased the cost of the car. These changes included a new dashboard, sealed cowl, and the relocation of air ducts to the headlight pods, which resulted in the distinctive chrome headlight that helped make the '57 Chevrolet a classic. Fourteen-inch wheels replaced the fifteen-inch wheels from previous years to give the car a lower stance, and a wide grille was used to give the car a wider look from the front. The now famous '57 Chevrolet tailfins were designed to duplicate the wide look in the rear. Bel Air models were given gold trim: the grille, front fender chevrons, hood, and trunk script were all rendered in anodized gold. The 1957 Chevrolet did not have an oil pressure gauge or a voltmeter.
This Bel Air has been frame off, nut and bolt restored. It is a 283 V-8 with Powerglide automatic transmission. The rare copper paint is flawless, the brightwork is immaculate and the underhood detail shows as new.Read less