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  • 1957 Buick Caballero Estate Wagon

    364 Nailhead V-8 Engine
    Dynaflow...

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    1957 Buick Caballero Estate Wagon

    364 Nailhead V-8 Engine
    Dynaflow Automatic Transmission
    Candy Apple Red Exterior over Red and White Interior
    Kelsey Hayes Wheels
    Copper Colored Air Topper under the Hood
    Power Steering
    Power Brakes
    Buick's SonoMatic AM Radio
    Less than 1,500 Miles since Complete Restoration

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  • 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop

    283 V-8 with Power Pak
    Powerglide...

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    1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop

    283 V-8 with Power Pak
    Powerglide Automatic Transmission
    Highland Green Exterior over Green and Black Interior
    Power Steering
    Power Brakes
    Vintage Air Conditioning
    Remarkable Chrome
    Professional Restoration
    Original Bill of Sale
    Warranty Documents

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  • 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I Fastback

    428 V-8 Cobra Jet
    4-Speed Manual...

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    1969 Ford Mustang Mach I Fastback

    428 V-8 Cobra Jet
    4-Speed Manual Transmission
    Charcoal Gray Exterior over Black Interior
    Hood Pins
    Louvers
    Well Maintained
    Great Underneath
    BF Goodrich Radial T/A Tires

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 1970 Chevrolet...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe. This stunning numbers matching car needs to be in your garage like it was yesterday. The car has had one color change from Marlboro Maroon to the almost roman red color that you see here. This car has been very well maintained and is one that you could enjoy for years to come.

    The interior as you can see has been redone in it's original saddle vinyl and it looks great. There are no rips or tears in the dash, seats, carpet, or door panels. This car looks very fresh. The interior is very comfortable and everything in these cars is just at a fingertips reach.

    Under the hood sits the original 350 that is mated to the original 4 speed manual transmission and rear end. This car is a ton of fun to drive. The clutch is right and tight as is the steering and everything else on this beautiful vette. The only thing missing is you sitting in this beauty with the T Tops off and the wind in your face having the drive of your life.

    We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down. This way you can get the car of your dreams and don't have to take all of the cash out of the bank at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

    1970 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
    #'s matching 350
    4 speed manual
    Interior redone in original color
    Repainted 10+ years ago from Marlboro Maroon to current color
    Power Steering
    A/C
    4 Wheel Disc Brakes

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you a great automobile that is...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to bring you a great automobile that is hitting wonderful collectible status. Here is a 1980 Chevrolet Camaro RS. This is a real RS with original paint and pin striping. This generation of Camaro is really starting to come in to their own. This one is very clean and has been really well maintained.

    The interior is original and as you can see is extremely clean and again well maintained. The gauges have all been updated and replaced for more of a modern look. The tunes are updated as well to AM/FM/CD. This is a very comfortable vehicle to get in and drive anywhere you want to go.

    Under the hood sits a newly built 383 that is putting out 458 HP and is mated to the original but rebuilt turbo 350 with a shift kit in it. All off that power goes out the 10 bolt rear with a 3.73 posi. This car is fun to drive and just cruises down the road, but if you want to put your foot in it, get ready to hang on and have some fun.

    This is just one fun and awesome car to own and needs to be in your garage today. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down. This way you can get the car of your dreams and don't have to take all of the cash out at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

    1980 Chevrolet Camaro RS
    Original paint and striping
    original interior
    383 w/458 hp
    original turbo 350 w/shift kit
    373 gears

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 2 owner 2001...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 2 owner 2001 BMW Z3 Roadster. These cars have been extremely popular ever since they first hit the streets and that popularity continues to this day. This sweet roadster has only had 2 owners and has been a Florida car it's whole life. This car has been extremely well maintained and only needs to be in your garage today.

    The interior of this car is in great shape. You do not see all of the normal rips and tears on the bolsters like your normally see on a car of this age. It just shows how well this car has been maintained. The black power top is in great shape as well and works just like it should. We just can't say enough just how clean and nice this car is.

    Under the hood sits the 2.5 Liter straight 6 and the miles that you see listed are original. This car has only had about 3700 miles a year put on it. It has a lot of life left in it. Everything is right and tight. The automatic transmission shifts just like it should, smooth as glass. We will say it one more time, this is a car that has to be in your garage today and start enjoying right away. We look forward to speaking with you soon and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

    2001 BMW Z3 Roadster
    2.5 Liter Straight 6
    Automatic
    Power top
    Original Miles
    2 Owner
    Always A Florida Car

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  • Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present one of the nicest...

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    Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present one of the nicest stunning street rods on the planet. This ladies and gentleman is a 1941 Ford Deluxe Coupe. This is a real deal all steel car that you should be proud to own for a fraction of what it would cost you to build a car like this. The fit and finish on this car is exemplary. As you will see in the pics, the paint on this car is custom, and flawless and would cost you a ton to do in todays dollars. This car was built 10 years ago and it presents awesome to this day.

    Now, I hope that we have your attention with this stunning car. So walk around to the drivers door and hit the door popper and slide on to one of the most comfortable and beautiful custom interiors that you have ever sat in. The leather interior in this car is second to none. Everything is very comfortable, reachable, and readable. This interior is so comfortable, anyone could drive this car. It was built to almost be a daily driver for comfort. You are going to see a few switches in the center console and the two outside are the power windows and the two in the middle are the poppers to open the doors. As you will see in the pics there is an AM/FM/CD Radio so you can play all of your favorite tunes while you cruise the boulevard with that favorite someone by your side. So, make yourself comfortable, adjust the tilt wheel to what fits you, tune in your favorite station, and hit that key.

    This is where that ear to ear grin hits your face. That 350 under the hood growls out through a custom dual exhaust with FlowMaster mufflers out back. It is not an over bearing loud exhaust but you will hear it for sure. Now slap that turbo 350 in to drive and get ready to have the cruise of your life. Be prepared to have your window down to give more thumbs up than you ever have in your life. This car is just an absolute dream to drive. If you are tired of giving all the thumbs up, just roll up the power windows and crank up the cold A/C for a awesome ride in comfort.

    Now all of this go needs plenty of whoa, and this car doesn't disappoint in that department either. The front end is set up with adjustable coil over shocks for a smooth ride, and the stopping is done with power Wilwood disc brakes. The rear end is still leaf springs and drums, but you do not sacrifice any braking or ride quality one bit. You also have power steering for smooth turns as well.

    To wrap this up, in today's dollars, this car would cost you double what we are asking to build. So take advantage of a great car at a great price today. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you can get the car of your dreams, and you don't have to take all of the cash out of the bank at once. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.

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  • 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in Tuxedo Black Metallic with Black Interior....

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    2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in Tuxedo Black Metallic with Black Interior. This menacing rig is powered by a 6.2L 411hp/434lb-ft V8 Engine. 6-speed Automatic Trans with Four-Wheel Drive (4WD). Optional Equipment for this awesome truck includes; Select Shift Transmission, 4.10 Electronic Lock Rear Axle, 36 Gallon Fuel Tank, Power Moonroof, 17 Forged Bead-Lock Wheels, 7,450lb GVW Package, Tailgate Step, Front/Rear View Camera. Standard Amenities include; Ford SYNC System, Luxury Package, Power Front Seats, Heated and Cooled Front Seats, Power Adjustable Pedals, Sony CD Player, HD/Satellite Radio, Remote Start, Integrated Trailer Brake, HID Headlamps, Navigation System, Hill Descent Mode, Tow Hooks. Don't miss out on this awesome 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor that shows in great condition throughout and runs & drives excellent. Its one and only owner has taken excellent care, and it has been regularly serviced and properly maintained.The SVT Raptor is a high-performance version of Ford's venerable F-150 pickup truck and is one of the most unique and capable off-road production vehicles ever made. With an extra-wide stance, specially-engineered suspension and oversized tires, the SVT Raptor may be slightly unwieldy on the pavement but is a superhero in the desert, where it can travel at nearly triple-digit speeds through terrain that would tear lesser trucks apart.The cabin features a grippy, SVT-exclusive leather-wrapped steering wheel with an orange on-center marker. An LCD screen located between the gauges of the instrument panel provides information about steering wheel angle and vehicle angle on a grade during off-road maneuvers, and can also display vehicle status info. All Raptor models come standard with SYNC, Ford's Bluetooth-based connectivity system that allows smartphone users to place calls and stream music by using voice commands or steering wheel-mounted buttons. It can also read incoming texts aloud to help the driver keep his or her eyes on the road, and allows the use of Ford-approved apps like The Wall Street Journal news and Pandora radio. Four pre-wired auxiliary switches are included to facilitate the addition of additional lights, winches, and other aftermarket items.For more information on this fabulous 2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, or any of our 20+ Luxury and High-Performance Trucks, SUVs and Crossovers always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants today or feel free to drop by our 5-acre Park Place Center in Bellevue, WA - Home to the West Coast'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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  • Park Place LTD is excited to present this striking and utterly unique...

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    Park Place LTD is excited to present this striking and utterly unique 2008 BMW Flossman bodied M3 coupe. This street legal Flossman ALMS GT2 Carbon Fiber Wide bodied E92 coupe sounds as aggressive as it looks with a 414HP 4.0L V8 backed by a 7-Speed DCT Transmission and breathing through Mevius MXP Performance Exhaust. Handling is a dream thanks to KW V3+ Coilovers and Ground Control Camber Plates with Turner Motorsports Delrin/Aluminum Rear Subframe Bushings. The Flossman widebody creates ample room for the massive Aristo Forged Sport 14 Concave wheels, 20x11 in the front & 20x14 on the back, the grip isn't a problem.More than enough personality to go around, this head-spinning wide-body M3 has upgrades that reach well over $20k. These upgrades consist of; Burnt Orange Wrap, Recaro Pole Position Front Seats, Flossman ALMS GT2 Carbon Fiber Wide Body Kit (Installed by Eurotech), Aristo Forged Sport 14 Concave Wheels (20x11 Front and 20x14 Rears), 275/30/20 Toyo T1R's in front and 345/25/20 in rear, Suspension (Ground Control Camber Plates, KW V3+ Coilovers, Turner Motorsports Delrin/Aluminum Rear Subframe Bushings), Exhaust (Mevius MXP Performance Exhaust including Test Pipe), Updated TCU with M3 GTS Software for faster upshifts and doesnshifts, and a Custom 4-Point Roll Bar. This car has been elegantly done. It was completely inspected by Prova Motorsports at the end of April.2008 BMW M3 has always been the perfect coupe, even before upgrades - an elegant, yet aggressive and very capable sports car offering world-class comfort combined with a sublime driving experience. The M3 has been synonymous with performance and an enthusiast favorite since it was originally introduced in the mid-1980s. M3s are primarily personified by their incredible engines, and E92 M3s are powered by a 414hp 4.0L V8 engine that provides breathtaking acceleration at will, delivering an exhilarating driving experience that is unmatched. Fast, yet nimble, this highly refined automobile will turn heads wherever you go. This is the fourth-generation M3, and is the first M3 with a V-8 engine.For more information on this 2008 BMW M3 Coupe, or any of our 100+ Exotic, Sports, and Special Interest Cars always in our inventory, please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to drop by our 4+ acre Park Place Ltd campus in Bellevue, WA - 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'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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  • Only 5,363 Miles From New on this sensational 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe...

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    Only 5,363 Miles From New on this sensational 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe that's impeccably finished in classic Corsa Red with Black Daytona Style Seats. Powered by a 4.3L 483hp/343lb-ft of Torque V8 Engine and backed by a 6-Speed Sequential Transmission. The original MSRP was $211,653 and this fabulous example came with an impressive $25,844 in factory options, consisting of; Bose High Power HIFI System ($7,252), Daytona Style Seat ($2,912), Electrically Operated Seats ($2,563), Radio Navigation System and Bluetooth ($2,254), Front and Rear Parking Sensors ($2,042), Ball Polished Wheel Rims ($1,749), 'Scuderia Ferrari' Shields ($1,551), Red Brake Calipers ($1,018), Piping in Colour Upon Request ($748), and All Stitching in Colour ($405). Standard performance and compfort features include; Light Alloy V8 Engine, Dry Sump Lubrication, 4-Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes, Electronic Controlled Differential, Bosch 5.3 ABS/ASR System, Alloy Wheels, AM/FM Stereo and CD Changer, Automatic Climate Control, Power Windows and Heated Exterior Mirrors, Power Rack and Pinion Steering, Tuned Free Flow Exhaust System, and Xenon Headlights. New Pirelli tires at 4,562 miles. Recent service completed (Sept 2017); Replaced all fluids including; gearbox, rear differential, power steering, coolant, brake fluid, oil & filter, air filter, pollen filter. Clean CarFax report, Service Invoices, Books, Extra Key, Window Sticker included with purchase.Ferrari has been the name to roll off the tongues of collectors and dreamers since the beginning and this F430 follows suit. The name itself creates a sense of adrenaline and shock factor many others car brands just can't bring out of people. Ferrari has outdone itself with nearly every aspect of the F430 Coupe that makes it worthy of the name, the badge, and to be placed atop of nearly every dream car list.Described as Soulful, Powerful, Elegant, the epitome of Italian Sports cars, the F430 meets nearly every need on could ask for in a supercar. Faster than the highly sought after F40 and F50, there is no disappointment in driving this car. Upgrades make it something to enjoy on a regular basis. Taking it to the track is also an option, it is a Ferrari after all. The tone from the exhaust is melodic and goes from a low growl to a howl when pushing the throttle. Corners are simple as the chassis has been upgraded to have less bend and be a bit more rigid. Let's not forget the V8 engine that makes this all possible. The 483hp will take you from 0-60 in just under 4 seconds and if you feel like a 1/4 mile track is your style, you can complete that in right around 12 seconds. So whether a cruise through town, drives around the mountains, or a weekend at the track, this Ferrari does it all.For more information on this spectacular 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe, or any of our 100+ High-Performance and Special Interest Cars always in stock, 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, we always have 200+ High-Performance, Luxury, Exotic, Sports, and Special Interest Cars always in our inventory, Park Place Ltd is Home to the West Coast'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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  • 2017 Porsche Cayenne Turbo finished in Jet Black Metallic with Garnet...

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    2017 Porsche Cayenne Turbo finished in Jet Black Metallic with Garnet Red and Black Leather Interior - a sensational color combination for this high-performance SUV. Power comes instantly from its 520HP/553lb-ft 4.8L Twin-Turbocharged V8 Engine and the 8-Speed Tiptronic S Trans is both silky-smooth and lightning-quick. Active All-Wheel Drive. Original MSRP was $135,205 with factory options totaling an impressive $17,655 and consisting of; the aforementioned Jet Black Metallic paint color along with the Leather Interior in Black/Garnet Red. Sport Package, Premium Package Plus, Heated Multifunction Steering Wheel in Carbon Fiber, 21 911 Turbo Design Wheels with Wheel Arch Extensions, Seat Ventilation, Carbon Fiber Interior Package incl. Gear Selector, Exterior Package in Black (High-Gloss), PORSCHE Logo and Model Designation Painted, Tinted LED Taillights, Connect Plus, Roof Rails in Black, Deletion of Model Designation. With only 9k one-owner miles from new, this Cayenne Turbo is in 'Like New' condition throughout. Full warranty in effect until November 2020 or 50k miles.**New Arrival** More info and photos soon.For more information on this 2017 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, or any of our 20+ SUVs, Trucks, Crossovers and All-Wheel Drive cars 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's most exciting inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Sports and Collectible Cars. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • The fourth generation of the Ford Thunderbird is a large personal luxury...

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    The fourth generation of the Ford Thunderbird is a large personal luxury car produced by Ford for the 1964 to 1966 model years. This generation of the Thunderbird was restyled in favor of a more squared-off, "formal" look. The Thunderbird's sporty image had by that time become only that: the standard 390-cubic-inch 300 bhp (224 kW) V8 engine needed nearly 11 seconds to push the heavy T-bird to 60 mph (96 km/h). The softly sprung suspension allowed considerable body lean, wallow, and float on curves and bumps. Contemporary testers felt that the Buick Riviera and Pontiac Grand Prix were substantially more roadworthy cars, but the Thunderbird retained its leading market share.

    • CLEAN TITLE, 14,972 MILES, THE MILEAGE ON THE TITLE IS EXEMPT LIKE ALL THE OLD VEHICLES
    • 428 8 CYL. ENGINE WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
    • LOTS OF NEW STUFF LIKE A BRAND NEW EXHAUST AND TOYO SPECTRUM P225/70R15 TIRES
    • AIR CONDITIONING
    • NICE INTERIOR WITH LEATHER SEATS
    • THE TOP LOOKS TO BE IN GREAT SHAPE
    • THE FRAME AND ALL OF THE FLOOR AND TRUNK PANS SEEM SOLID
    • COMES WITH A LOT OF RECEIPTS AND RECORDS
    • WELL MAINTAINED, GARAGE KEPT

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    LEBANON, TN

    The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is...

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    This car is located in:
    LEBANON, TN

    The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is a luxury car that was produced in the United Kingdom in various forms from 1965 to 1980. It was the first Rolls-Royce to use unitary body and chassis construction, in response to concerns that the company was falling behind in automotive innovation.

    To date, the Silver Shadow has the largest production volume of any Rolls-Royce.

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  • The Ford Ranchero is a coupe utility that was produced by Ford between...

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    The Ford Ranchero is a coupe utility that was produced by Ford between 1957 and 1979. Unlike a pickup truck, the Ranchero was adapted from a two-door station wagon platform that integrated the cab and cargo bed into the body.
    The 1959 model was built with the same 118 in (3,000 mm) wheelbase as all 1959 Fords, giving the Ranchero the advantage over its predecessors of a new, longer 7 ft (210 cm) bed. The windshield was also 25% larger.

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  • Forget all that nonsensical talk about boring coupes and trendy...

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    Forget all that nonsensical talk about boring coupes and trendy roadsters owning the next cruise season, this first class Willys is your go-to piece for dominating the strip and stopping the show! Okay, so it’s not really an Americar, and naturally, that paint isn’t a traditional single-stage that’s going to dull and wash off in four years. Instead, this Willys is a high quality fiberglass tribute that’s been prepped, dipped in R-M Diamont Yellow and finished to a much higher standard than anything that rolled off a pre-war assembly line. The car is actually titled as a 2002 model, but its build wasn’t completed until 2008. And even though there’s no mistaking a Willys, this coupe has an identity all its own thanks to careful workmanship and excellent attention to detail. One thing you won’t have to worry about in this Willys is power. Thanks to a blown 355 cubic inch V8, which belts out roughly 560 horses, this sleek coupe is more than just some pretty parking lot poseur! Behind that killer Chevrolet small block a 2,800 RPM stall converter engages a rugged Turbo-Hydramatic 700R4 4-speed which, like the motor itself, is eager to shred some tires and scorch some pavement. Power from that proven transmission flows to a familiar Ford nine inch rear end which spins big 3.50 gears. That first class drivetrain is held off the ground by a Bad Boys Willys mandrel bent chassis which, along with the suspension, has been bathed in a pleasant shade of black paint that provides a perfect contrast to the car’s bright yellow exterior. And keeping all this muscle rolling down the road is a slick set of 15 inch Weld Racing Rodlite wheels which wear 165R15 Kumho radials up front and 29x18.50 Hoosier Pro Street radials in the rear. If you’re looking for a fully-sorted cruiser that’s aesthetically exhilarating and blindingly fast, this Willys offers a great twist on a proven design! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome street rod!

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  • When you want a speedy pony car, but also looking for true distinction,...

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    When you want a speedy pony car, but also looking for true distinction, this 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S just the ticket. With enhanced V8 power, a great coordinating color combo, and far rarer sheetmetal than anything from Ford or Chevy, it’s the perfect way to fit into any classic car crowd while still standing above the rest.

    1967 was the first year for the second-generation, and the fastback styling was revised to look like it was ready to cheat the wind. Plus, the two-piece front end made it look like it was far wider than the Mustang or Camaro. And the details of the design were great, too, like the crisp creases along the tops of the fenders, hood louvers, and the unique wide rear panel. Plus, the sporty Formula S package has its performance image amplified further with upgrade like the staggered 15/17-inch wheel setup and paint that now has been upgraded to a more modern shade of blue.

    The upgraded exterior color is quite important because now this coupe coordinates exceptionally well with the factory-correct blue interior. The bucket seats have been recovered in the correct intricate pattern, so you can feel it ripple across your back as you slip behind the wheel. Plus, the carpeting, headliner, and door panels look like they have received a nice investment in freshness. The steering wheel retains its original classic design that literally lets you feel the history. And as you look across the dashboard, the sea of blue is artfully broken up by plenty of stainless and chrome that’s across the dash and canter console. But if you look closely, there are some nice upgrades. For example, while the original AM radio is in place, the real tunes come from a modern AM/FM/CD stereo in the glovebox. And that connects to upgraded speakers, including a subwoofer hidden behind the rear seat. Plus, the tach in the center of the gauges has been upgraded to a cleanly installed SunPro unit.

    The true appeal of the Formula S package was the drivetrain. The 273 cubic-inch Commando V8 is a fantastic motor. We have the original broadcast sheet that not only shows you this is the correct displacement for the car, but also it’s early ’67 model year production schedule fits in with the motor’s production timeline. So there is a suspicion of originality here. More than just great history, the V8 looks great in the engine bay with the bright red block and brighter polished components stand out from the fresh blue fender walls. And the investment in the motor was not just about cosmetics. It’s now topped with a Demon four-barrel carburetor let this V8 inhale deeper and delivers bigger performance… and the sound it makes from the dual exhaust is hypnotic. Not only is the Formula S built to be a better driver, but with features like TorqueFlite three-speed automatic transmission, modern tires, and sway bars front & rear, this is a great all-around cruising classic.

    The sale comes complete with the original warranty card, owner’s manual, service manuals, and aforementioned factory buildsheet. This Mopar is the perfect mix of power, poise, and distinction, so don’t let it slip away.

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  • 1970 was quite a year for the Torino. While it had already been offered...

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    1970 was quite a year for the Torino. While it had already been offered to the public for a couple of years, until this year it wasn’t actually a model unto itself, but rather a variety of Ford Fairlane. Ford recognized that the increasingly discriminating car buying public wanted an option more spacious than the Mustang but far sportier than its large car offerings, and borrowed from aeronautical design to give them what they were looking for. Armed with an unusually potent drivetrain, this 1970 Ford Torino has undeniable power to go with its early ’70s charm, and to drive it is to be infatuated with it.
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    Put this Torino alongside its predecessor from just a year before and it only takes a quick glance to see the results of Ford’s extensive redesign to commemorate its promotion to a stand-alone model. No longer the relatively conservative-looking version of Blue Oval full-sized cars, with its lengthy hood, relatively short deck lid, and flowing rear roofline, it looks every bit the part of an expansive muscle car, yet its substantial wheelbase, matched by a nice, wide track, provides just the luxurious overtones Ford was aiming for. Its two-tone color scheme — with vibrant red covering most of the body and black extending across its scooped hood — works well on this vintage Ford, with the base color a slightly lighter take on the original candy apple red offered this year. Fortunately for a car having seen nearly 50 years of service, the front grille carries no observable damage from asphalt debris and the front and rear bumpers sit nice and level, though they could use some attention to bring them to the next level.
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    Open the generously-proportioned driver’s side door and climb inside and you’ll see a black vinyl interior that’s largely been left in stock configuration, but carries some inspired add-ons to help get the most out of the capabilities this Torino has. The high-backed bucket seats show no obvious tears or wear marks and retain their original shape. They straddle a great looking center console that offers additional storage space and convenient cupholders and seamlessly incorporate a trio of AutoGage gauges just in front of the well-placed shifter. A sizable ProComp tach sits mounted on the steering column to monitor revs during more spirited driving, while the small rectangular display mounted just above hints at still another add-on under the hood to boost this classic’s already very potent performance.
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    Are you one of the many classic car enthusiasts who subscribe to the notion that “there’s no replacement for displacement”? Good. So were the builders of this Torino. A massive 460 cubic inch V8 sits in the engine bay, outfitted with a Trick Flow intake manifold and MSD distributor and spark plug wires to amplify its performance. And it’s running great. Do you enjoy both the adjustability and all-weather dependability that comes with electronic fuel injection? You’re in luck again, as a FiTech fuel injection system, monitored by that telltale gauge on the windshield, sits in place of the expected carburetor. This very powerful big block is paired with a 4-speed manual transmission for a truly compelling driving experience, and an aluminum radiator, matched with dual electric fans, sits up front to keep temperatures in check. This Ford classic sits on Weld Racing Rims in front and Mickey Thompson rims in back, outfitted with Sportsman tires on all four corners.
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    Looking for a spacious take on the muscle car that comes armed with all the power you could possibly want? You have to check out this 1970 Ford Torino. Call today!

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  • There are very few classic cars more iconic than the ’57 Chevy. Its very...

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    There are very few classic cars more iconic than the ’57 Chevy. Its very mention conjures up images of memorable car scenes from the big screen and a long list of universally revered songs. Combining an unusually attractive two-tone color scheme, a very “cruise-friendly” interior and a drivetrain that’s functioning at the top of its game, this 1957 Chevrolet 150 has been taken up a few notches to resemble the high-trim Bel Air, and is ready, willing and able to hit the boulevard right away to provide its next lucky owner with future chapters sure to be filled with great memories behind the wheel.
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    Two-tone paint jobs are certainly nothing new on classic cars, especially vintage Chevys, but you don’t often see shades like this champagne gold interspersed with the usually-present white accenting. It’s an effective choice — distinct and yet classy. There are some pretty obvious reasons why the full-sized Chevys of this particular year are so prized for their styling, which was ironically due to undergo a major change this very year that was fortunately delayed. They’re such stout, capable looking cars to begin with and that sturdy, dominant front grille, the rocket emblems resting on top of the hood to point the way forward, and the long stretches of chrome running the lengths of the sides all combine to create an unrivaled, high impact classic car appearance. Fortunately for a car carrying such a vast array of chrome, all pieces are present and accounted for and while they could possibly use a little bit of freshening, they still look quite good.
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    A very inviting interior, a nice blend of stock and aftermarket touches, awaits inside. The vinyl bench seats in both front and rear, bearing their signature Chevy bowties, are very comfortable and have a lot of life remaining, showing no obvious tears or wear spots. Just beyond the burl-wood grained steering wheel, a set of modern aftermarket digital gauges glow in blue with their readings and an underdash air conditioning system awaits your direction to keep you and your passengers comfortable. Providing just the right era-appropriate vibe, a retro-styled AM/FM radio sits midpoint in an expansive stretch of chrome that literally runs the width of the dash area. Owing to this 150’s generous proportions, there’s plenty of room inside, which is a good thing, as you’ll have no shortage of willing passengers when you take this rolling nostalgia machine out on the road. There’s also an abundance of luggage room in the very spacious trunk area in back, with a full-sized spare sitting securely stowed off to the side in its recessed position.
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    This is one classic car that will be poised to hit the road as soon as you get it home. A 400 cubic inch V8 sits beneath the hood and it’s in good form and running smoothly and, as it’s paired with a TH700r4 automatic transmission, you’ll get the benefits of overdrive for effortless cruising at highway speeds. The powerplant sits in a very clean engine bay that features a lot of nice aftermarket touches, including a well-proportioned aluminum radiator that combines with an electric fan to keep temperatures in check, a chrome pulley system, chrome air cleaner and master cylinder, and billet steel hood hinges. This vintage cruiser is an easy driver, as well, as it’s equipped with both power steering and power front disc brakes and sits on a set of 14” custom spoked wheels, outfitted with Hankook radials.
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    Looking to put a road-ready, fun-to drive classic in your garage? You have to check out this 1957 Chevrolet. Call today!

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  • Well-equipped and featuring a great look that skillfully splits the...

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    Well-equipped and featuring a great look that skillfully splits the difference between stock and custom, this 1966 Ford Mustang is one rare find that could easily pull double duty as a worthy competitor on the local show circuit while faithfully serving as a daily driver. Better still, it comes complete with build receipts and maintenance records to document both its impressive array of upgrades and the exacting care it’s received.
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    Clad in a two-tone paint scheme featuring colors borrowed from Ford’s F-150 pickup — gem green metallic on its body with argent on its scooped hood — this Pony has benefitted from planning that leaves it with a very street-ready and capable, low-slung look, as it’s 2” below stock in front and 1” below in back. The verdant shade is a great choice for a vintage Mustang like this, as it’s only a stone’s throw from the highland green Ford offered during this period and carries an impressive shine. This ’66’s vitality is amplified by chrome trim and bright work that’s looking its best, showing little evidence of exposure to the elements, as well as front and back bumpers bearing very clean chrome and sitting level. In back, you’ll see another distinct Mustang feature that’s also in good order — the pair of chrome dual exhaust tips that peer out just the right distance from the rear valance.
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    Featuring black vinyl and cloth upholstery that’s showing little to no wear, the interior is a great mix of stock and aftermarket components. A pair of very detailed and comfortable TMI bucket seats sit up front, and a similarly ornate bench seat resides in back to replace their stock counterparts, with the buckets featuring heavy bolsters to provide improved support while cornering. Just below the seating, a layer of Dynamat is just below the new black carpeting, a welcome feature that serves to minimize both road noise and radiant heat coming off the asphalt. The doors have been refurbished with new-looking TMI panels and stainless steel handles. A similarly new custom Mustang steering wheel beckons you to grab hold and get out on the road, while just a little farther back, a column-mounted rally pack sits just in front of the restored dash area that’s sporting a full assortment of analog gauges with green illumination, and a new dash pad. In the trunk area in back, a TMI kit adds a great finished appearance, with its four custom-looking walls surrounding a floor that’s lined with looped carpeting.
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    A 289 cubic inch V8 sits underneath the argent hood. It’s hardly an accident that there are so many 289s on the road, as their durability is well-documented and this one, bored .30 over and carrying an Edelbrock Performer cam to give it some added steam, is in great form, starting right up and offering just the spirited quickness you’d want in a performance-centric classic like this one, while sounding very impressive as it exhales out the JBA exhaust and headers. Further adding to the outstanding streetability of this vintage Mustang, that small block is bolted to a T-5 5 speed overdrive transmission for low-RPMs on the highway, and a Holley Sniper EFI system sits in place of the original carburetor for greatly enhanced all-weather reliability. This very well-appointed Ford icon sits on a set of 17” Scott Drake alloy wheels outfitted with BF Goodrich G-Force radials.
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    If you’re looking for a muscle car classic that not only provides exhilarating performance, but also the street-readiness you’d want in a daily driver, you have to check out this 1966 Mustang. Call today!

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  • It goes without saying that power is a prized commodity in muscle cars,...

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    It goes without saying that power is a prized commodity in muscle cars, yet the term is subjective — unless the power in question attains the otherworldly levels featured in this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring. With its unusually potent drivetrain and high impact appearance, it’s a one of a kind specimen that’s sure to turn heads wherever it goes, and is capable of providing a truly unique driving experience.
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    Certainly no shrinking violet, this unusually powerful Camaro is clad in its original shade of Daytona yellow, a flashy hue that’s fitting for a ride with its capabilities. The attention-grabbing exterior is looking good, with a nice, even shine under a great clearcoat. Those signature black Z28 stripes are no mere decals — they’re painted on and look impressively fresh, with sharp edges and no sign of fading. They reside on a cowl induction Z28 hood that’s has been ramped up a few notches in the elevation department, a well-executed modification free of the Frankenstein-ish seams you often encounter with such an aggressive change, and whose expansive clearance also serves notice of the incredible power that’s sitting just underneath. This Camaro’s appeal goes beyond merely making a strong statement, as it’s also a finished looking car. Its chrome trim on all sides is in good shape and the other prominent modification — front and back bumpers painted to match the rest of the exterior — has been done with exacting preparation, so that there’s no sign of peeling paint, likely the first thing you’d expect with such an alteration.
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    The interior features the same theme featured outside — an aggressive look that’s been attained while largely keeping the original configuration and identity of this Chevy classic. Open the door and climb inside, and you’re surrounded by a high impact, yellow interior with an undeniable abundance of flash, but still largely in its stock form. The bucket seats in front, with their familiar low-backed shapes intact, as well as the bench seat in back, are covered in houndstooth check and are very comfortable, with plenty of life left in them. Underneath lies an expanse of fresh black carpeting that’s punctuated by a pair of Tweety Bird floor mats. Just in front of the Grant GT steering wheel perched on a tilt column, the dash area is certainly more vibrant than it started out but it, too, remains mostly untampered in form, and its array of stock gauges and controls are still intact — joined by a set of four additional aftermarket ProComp gauges sitting up front in the center console. Just to the side of the steering wheel, an AM/FM/CD player with USB connectivity sits ready to take care of your audio needs.
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    Below the cowl induction hood sits as spectacular a powerplant as you’re likely to come across — a 632 cubic inch, stroked V8 from BluePrint Engines. You’d rightfully expect a lot of power from displacement of this magnitude, but this singular engine - armed with an Edelbrock manifold and suitably gargantuan-sized Holley 1050cfm carb and paired with a stout PowerGlide 2-speed automatic transmission which is perhaps the ultimate in bracket racing consistency - goes far beyond expectations, churning out an incredible 815 horsepower (not a misprint) and 800 lb./ft. of torque and yet still able to run on pump gas. The tough-as-nails 12 bolt rear end by Strange features 3.73 posi gears. Equipped with power steering, power brakes and a Hotchkiss suspension, this Camaro’s prowess goes beyond merely straight-line acceleration. This supremely powerful Chevy classic sits on a set of 20” Boss Motorsports chrome rims carrying Nitto NT555 radials.
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    Looking to have the final say as far as extraordinary muscle car power is concerned? Look no further than this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. Call today!

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  • * 396 CID 350HP Engine
    * Matching Numbers Engine
    * Turbo 400 Automatic...

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    * 396 CID 350HP Engine
    * Matching Numbers Engine
    * Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission
    * Per Title Mileage Exempt / Owner States 50K Miles
    * Fully Documented
    * Bought New in Eden, NC
    * Original Build Sheet & Owners Manual
    * Protect-O-Plate
    * One Owner
    * 12 Bolt Posi-Trac
    * New Brake Calipers-Originals In Trunk
    * Not Driven Since 1979
    * New Tires
    * Original Paint & Sheet Metal
    * Car Has Never Been Painted
    * All Original-Never Restored
    * Column Shift
    * Bench Seats

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  • * 220.5 CID 100HP Engine
    * 3 Speed Manual Transmission
    * Restoration

    * 220.5 CID 100HP Engine
    * 3 Speed Manual Transmission
    * Restoration

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  • * 302 CID 290HP Engine
    * Muncie 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    * 80K...

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    * 302 CID 290HP Engine
    * Muncie 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    * 80K Actual Miles
    * True Survivor Car
    * 12 Bolt 4:10 Posi Traction Rear Differential
    * 4 Owner Virginia Car
    * X77 Optioned
    * Power Steering
    * Power Disc Brakes

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  • * 283 CID 195 HP Engine
    * Automatic Transmission
    * New Interior
    * New...

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    * 283 CID 195 HP Engine
    * Automatic Transmission
    * New Interior
    * New US Mag Wheel & Tire Package 17" Front 18" Rear
    * New Exhaust
    * New Front Disc Brake Package
    * Off Frame Restoration

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  • * 6.0L DOHC 48 Valve V-12 ME Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection...

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    * 6.0L DOHC 48 Valve V-12 ME Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection Engine
    * Title Not Branded Actual, Owner States 12,500 Miles
    * 5 Speed Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission
    * 389HP @ 5200 RPM
    * Torque: 420LB-FT @ 3900 RPM
    * Electronic Stability Program
    * Adaptive Damping System (ADS) with Level Control
    * Nappa Leather Upholstery
    * Leather Steering Wheel
    * Heated Seats
    * AM/FM/WB/Cassette Radio & 6 Disc CD Changer
    * Power Windows
    * Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
    * Anti-Theft Alarm System
    * SL1 Sport Package

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  • * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * 350 CID 350HP Engine
    * 2 Speed...

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    * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * 350 CID 350HP Engine
    * 2 Speed Power Glide Automatic Transmission
    * 5 Year Frame Off Restoration
    * Power Steering
    * Power Disc Brakes Front
    * Factory A/C (Upgraded)
    * Tilt Wheel
    * Bucket Seats with Console

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  • * Rocket V8 Engine
    * Turbo Hydromatic Transmission
    * Power Brakes
    *...

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    * Rocket V8 Engine
    * Turbo Hydromatic Transmission
    * Power Brakes
    * Power Steering
    * All Original
    * Garage Kept

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  • * Part of the Davis Collection
    * Numbers Matching Engine Block
    *...

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    * Part of the Davis Collection
    * Numbers Matching Engine Block
    * 427/390hp
    * Power Steering
    * Power Brakes
    * Factory A/C
    * Telescopic
    * Side Pipes
    * Just Completed $90K Frame Off Restoration
    * Coming out of Private Collection

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  • * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * Part of the Davis Collection
    *...

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    * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * Part of the Davis Collection
    * 427/425hp 4 Speed
    * Numbers Matching Engine Block
    * Just Completed Over $90K Frame Off Restoration
    * Coming Out of Private Collection

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  • * Part of the Davis Collection
    * Numbers Matching Engine Block
    * 66K...

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    * Part of the Davis Collection
    * Numbers Matching Engine Block
    * 66K Actual Miles
    * No Expense Spared Rotisserie Restoration
    * Virginia Car
    * Known History Since New
    * Original Drive Train

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  • * Fresh 327 Small Block Engine
    * 5.3L 350HP
    * 350 Turbo Automatic...

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    * Fresh 327 Small Block Engine
    * 5.3L 350HP
    * 350 Turbo Automatic Transmission
    * New Coy 17" Wheels & Tires
    * New Interior
    * New Paint
    * Front Disc Brakes
    * New Front Suspension

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  • * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * Frame-Up Restoration
    *...

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    * Per Title Exceeds Mechanical Limits
    * Frame-Up Restoration
    * Automatic Transmission
    * Interior Redone to Original
    * Wide Whitewall Radial Tires
    * Original 6 Cylinder
    * SC Car

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  • * Part of the Davis Collection
    * 2 Tops
    * 9K Actual Miles
    * 100%...

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    * Part of the Davis Collection
    * 2 Tops
    * 9K Actual Miles
    * 100% Original
    * All Original Paint & Tires
    * All Original Paperwork, Tools & Jack
    * Kept in Climate Control Since New

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  • NEW YEAR, NEW RIDE INVENTORY CLEARANCE ON NOW!!!! WAS $48,900 NOW PRICED...

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    NEW YEAR, NEW RIDE INVENTORY CLEARANCE ON NOW!!!! WAS $48,900 NOW PRICED TO SELL AT $46,900! SALES ENDS JANUARY 31ST AT 6PM!

    FULLY LOADED RAM 3500HD MEGA CAB DUALLY LARAMIE LONGHORN. INCREDIBLY SPACIOUS INTERIOR WITH THE LONGHORN EXCLUSIVE BROWN LEATHER INTERIOR. HEATED AND COOLED SEATS, HEATED REAR SEATS, TOUCH SCREEN NAVIGATION, AND OF COURSE THE LONGHORN STITCHING AND EMBROIDERY.

    OUTSIDE THIS TRUCK OFFERS OVER 18,000LBS OF TOWING CAPABILITY POWERED BY THE 6.7L CUMMINS ENGINE. THIS RARE MEGA CAB SHORT BOX DUALLY ALSO HAS A BOX LINER FOGS, TOW HOOKS AND WINTER TIRES!

    MORE PICS TO COME BUT DON'T HESITATE TO GIVE US A CALL @ 1-866-987-7707!

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  • Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1980 International Scout II...

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    Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1980 International Scout II Diesel. Clad in Concord Blue with a white Rallye stripe, a white hard top and alloy wheels, it's a nice driver with a great classic look. Bumpers, trim, grille and glass are all in good condition. There is a minor dent toward the front of the removable hard top thanks to a falling tree branch, but the body is otherwise straight and solid and there are no known rust issues. One repaint in the correct color, but original paint (with some patina) remains under the hood, in the door jambs, on the inside of the tailgate, etc.

    The interior looks great; bench seats are covered with original tartan plaid upholstery. Dash, factory Rallye steering wheel, carpet and door panels are excellent. All gauges are working and the only deviation from stock is a Sony AM/FM/Cassette stereo.

    Under the hood is a Nissan SD33T turbodiesel mated to a four-speed manual transmission. IH never manufactured a diesel engine small enough to fit into a Scout, so Nissan supplied the engines for diesel-powered Scouts from 1976 to 1980. Model years 1976-79 received a normally-aspirated diesel; 1980 was the only year for the turbodiesel.

    The truck runs and drives very well thanks to power steering and power disc brakes. For more information about this 1980 International Scout II Diesel available at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.

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  • History
    The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 created a new class of...

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    History
    The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 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 including Camaro, Firebird, Cougar and others.
    The 1966 Ford Mustang was the highest production Mustang in all fifty three years it has been in production. The world had caught Mustang fever after the introduction of the 1964 1/2 model, and Ford was working double time to try and keep up with demand. The factory in Dearborn, Michigan pumped out a whopping 607,568 Mustangs between August of 1965 and July of 1966.

    Features & Options
    The 1966 Red Mustang GT302 V8 at Skyway Classics is the real deal. You do not find a real Red Mustang GT with a real 289 Cubic Inch performance rebuilt engine and 4-barrel carb anywhere anymore.
    It has a gorgeous body, outstanding performance, and a price the everyone could afford. Built around the standard 289CI V8 available in the base model, the GT's "A" code 289 featured a bigger four barrel carburetor, better intake, and higher duration camshaft to increase the output from the base model's 200hp up to 225hp in the GT.

    The suspension was upgraded as well with stiffer springs for better handling and front disc brakes(a rarity in those years) were added to make sure you could "woah" this pony down. On the outside, this GT model got a custom grille with fog lamps on either side of the iconic "Pony" emblem. On the sides you will find rocker stripes that look so good, Ford still uses them on Mustangs to this day. Out back the GT model has a unique fuel filler cap on a blackout panel between the tail lamps, with dual exhaust exiting underneath.

    This Mustang GT is extremely close to factory original, boasting the original interior colors, a new upgraded stereo system, new disk brakes, fog lights, seat belts, a rust free body, all ne front suspension, new tinted windshield, Hurst shifter, Trumpet exhaust, and much more.

    This is a real GT. It has the V cut out behind the gauges, fog light switch is factory, four turns lock to lock on the steering wheel, not 6 like a regular Mustang, 4-piston calipers, HD susp, disc brakes, exhaust hangers are correct, and more.

    This particular GT has been upgraded with aftermarket American Racing "Torq-Thrust" wheels and white letter BFGoodrich Radial T/As. This wheel and tire combination is totally fitting on this classic pony car, and combined with the square set body, they give this Mustang a stance that is just magnificent.

    On the inside, it is all business. Black vinyl buckets up front separated by the classic four on the floor shifter with white cue ball handle. The instrument panel is unique to the GT model, and features a speedometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge and ammeter in five round dials.

    Trim Tag Info Verification shows this to be a real 225 Horse 289 GT!
    VIN #6R07A142611
    6 – 1966 model year
    R – San Jose California Plant
    07 – Hardtop
    A – Optional 225 Horse 289 4V V8
    142611 - Build Number for production at San Jose

    Availability
    This Mustang is one amazing machine, and it can be yours today! If you are in the market for a super clean, extremely original and well kept first generation Mustang, then look no further than the one we have here at Skyway Classics.

    So give us a call at 941-254-6608.

    We also finance! Check out our <a href=“https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers”>financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers</a>

    In the meantime, check out this vehicle on our <a href=“https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog”>Skyway Classics blog here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog</a>

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