The introduction of the Cougar finally gave Mercury its own "pony car"....Read more
The introduction of the Cougar finally gave Mercury its own "pony car". Slotted between the Ford Mustang and the Ford Thunderbird, the Cougar was the performance icon and eventually the icon for the Mercury name for several decades. The Cougar was available in two models (base and XR-7) and only came in one body style (a two-door hardtop, no center or B-pillar). The standard engine was the 200 hp 289 cu in two-barrel V8.
This first year Cougar is powered by a 289 V-8 and automatic transmission. Ths car features factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes, luggage rack, center floor console and Styled Steel wheels. Chrome accents and Monte carlo bar enhance the engine bay. It is beautifully finished in Wimbledon White with Black vinyl top and leather seating area.Read less
This custom built resto mod Nova has it all. It is powered by a 450 HP...Read more
This custom built resto mod Nova has it all. It is powered by a 450 HP Chevrolet small block engine, automatic transmission with Line-Lock floor shifter and a 9 inch Ford rear end with Strange Engineering spool and Dutchman axles. It has a custom Penske yellow paint with matching two tone custom interior. Other build features include a TCI front clip, 4-link suspension, Mustang II rack and pinion steering and Subframe connectors.Read less
Shelby Automotive, now part of Ford, was assigned the task of designing...Read more
Shelby Automotive, now part of Ford, was assigned the task of designing and engineering the necessary parts and assembly procedures for the GT/CS. This was done right alongside the development of their 1968 Shelby. The fiberglass parts were crafted at A.O. Smith, in Ionia, Michigan, in steel molds. A.O. Smith was also the same OEM manufacturer for the Corvette fiberglass bodies. The fiberglass parts for the GT/CS included: the rear decklid and end caps, taillight panel, and side scoops.
This GT/CS is powered by the 289 cu in V-8 and has a 4 speed manual transmission. The roof has been signed by Carrol Shelby.Read less
By 1972, the muscle car era was unmistakably in decline due to the twin...Read more
By 1972, the muscle car era was unmistakably in decline due to the twin blows of rising insurance rates and soaring gas prices. The 4-4-2 name reverted to an appearance and handling option package (option code W-29) in 1972 on the Cutlass Holiday coupe, Cutlass S sport coupe and Holiday coupe, and Cutlass Supreme convertible. The W-29 option was not available on Cutlass Supreme notchback hardtops. The 4-4-2 option package, which carried a modest sticker price of $29, consisted of the "FE2" suspension upgrades (heavy duty springs & shocks, front and rear sway bars, boxed lower rear control arms, and 14- by 7-in [356- by 178-mm] wheels), side striping, fender and decklid badging, faux hood louvers, and a unique grille. The rear bumper sported cutouts for exhaust tips, but only when dual exhausts were specified.
This nice Cutlass convertible has been treated to an upgrade as a 442 model. It is powered by the Rocket 455 V-8, THM 400 auto transmission, power steering, power brakes and power convertible top. Other features include bucket seats and console, Sports Steering wheel, factory air conditioning, Super Stock II Rally wheels, and a custom stereo with bluetoothRead less
1953 was Ford's 50th anniversary.The center grill bullet lost its ring...Read more
1953 was Ford's 50th anniversary.The center grill bullet lost its ring and was now flanked by vertical black stripes, while the corner markers were plain rectangular lights rather than the circular "intakes". All 1953 Fords featured commemorative steering wheels marking the company's 50th anniversary. Mechanical changes included two-inch wider tread, and a k-bar frame with five cross-members. It was also the last year for the available flathead V-8.Read less
This beautiful Ford Victoria proudly presented in Raven Black and Wimbledon White with matching black and white interior. It has exceptionally nice chrome trim and brightwork. This Victoria features a lot of period correct accessories like, dual mirrors and spotlights, fender skirts, front and rear bumper guards, back up lamps and dual exhausts with chrome deflectors.
It is powered by the 239 cu in flathead V-8 and 3 speed manual transmission with overdrive.
Only manufactured in 1953-1954, only 2,580 were ever produced! The...Read more
Only manufactured in 1953-1954, only 2,580 were ever produced! The Cavalier was the only full length Packard with a 327 cu in Straight Eight engine with 185 HP. The tree horizontal moldings on the rear doors distinguishes this car all others.
This car has been beautifully restored. It has the automatic Straight Eight engine and power steering. Beautiful blue cloth interior matches the blue and white exterior.
For the 1958 model year, Ford produced four sub models of Edsel: The...Read more
For the 1958 model year, Ford produced four sub models of Edsel: The larger Mercury-based Citation and Corsair, and the smaller Ford-based Pacer and Ranger. The Citation was offered in two-door and four-door hardtop and two-door convertible versions. The Corsair was available in two-door and four-door hardtop versions. The Pacer was available as a two-door or four-door hardtop, four-door sedan, or two-door convertible. The Ranger was sold in two-door and four-door hardtop or sedan versions. The four-door Bermuda and Villager wagons and the two-door Roundup wagon were based on the 116-inch wheelbase Ford station wagon platform and shared the trim and features of the Ranger and Pacer models.
This Pacer convertible has received a full nut and bolt, frame-off restoration and has a photo album to document the restoration. It has it's original 400 cu in V-8 engine a Tele-touch shifted automatic transmission with controls in the steering wheel hub. Options include power window and top, power steering and brakes along with additional chrome accessories.Read less
This is a custom, nut and bolt frame-off restoration. It is finished in...Read more
This is a custom, nut and bolt frame-off restoration. It is finished in pearl white and features a Tea's Design bench seat. Styling features consist of shaved door handles, fitted bumpers, built-in high mount stop light and filled turn signal hood. The bed is finished in polished oak with stainless trim. It has a Chevrolet 350 crate engine and Muncie 4 speed transmission. It has 4 wheel disc brakes, billet pulley system with Vintage A/C. Other interior touches are Dakaota Digital gauges, tilt steering column and power windows. Over $100k was spent on the restoration.Read less
Cord was the brand name of an American automobile company from...Read more
Cord was the brand name of an American automobile company from Connersville, Indiana, manufactured by the Auburn Automobile Company from 1929 to 1932 and again in 1936 and 1937.
The Cord Corporation was founded and run by E. L. Cord as a holding company for his many transportation interests, including Auburn. Cord was noted for its innovative technology and streamlined designs. Cord had a philosophy to build truly different, innovative cars, believing they would also sell well and turn a profit.This did not always work well in practice.
This was the first American front-wheel drive car to be offered to the public, beating the Ruxton automobile by several months, in 1929. The brainchild of former Miller engineer Carl Van Ranst, its drive system borrowed from the Indianapolis 500-dominating racers, using the same de Dion layout and inboard brakes. This allowed it to be much lower than competing cars. Both stock cars and special bodies built on the Cord chassis by American and European coachbuilders won prizes in contests worldwide. The L-29 came with full instrumentation, including a temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, and speedometer on the left with a gas gauge, oil level gauge, and Ammeter on the right of the steering wheel.
It was powered by Auburn's 301 cu in (4.9L) 125 hp L-head Lycoming inline 8 from the Auburn 120, with the crankshaft pushed out through the front of the block and the flywheel mounted there, driving a three-speed transmission.Read less
Lincoln switched the Continental from a hand-built body to a version of...Read more
Lincoln switched the Continental from a hand-built body to a version of the body shared with the Lincoln Capri and Premiere as a cost savings measure. The Continental received its own body and interior trim, and its own roofline. For both sedans and hardtops (and even convertibles), the Continental was designed with a retractable "breezeway" reverse-angle rear window.
In a break from Ford, Mercury, and Edsel, Lincoln adopted unibody construction for what would be one of the largest cars ever produced by Ford Motor Company and one of the largest unibody-chassis cars ever made in the automotive industry. Using a 131-inch wheelbase, the Continental was longer than any Cadillac sedan and it is the longest car produced by Ford Motor Company.The 1958 Continental convertible is the longest American convertible ever produced.
This magnificent Continental convertible has undergone a professional cosmetic restoration and the interior has been restored with high grade carpet and hand-selected leather. This Continental is powered by the 430cid V-8 with automatic transmission. It is also features power steering, power brakes, power windows and a power self-latching/unlatching top.Read less
The Model A came in a wide variety of styles including: Coupe (Standard...Read more
The Model A came in a wide variety of styles including: Coupe (Standard and Deluxe, the very rare and extremely hard to find Special Coupe starting production around March 1928 and ending mid-1929, this one costs more than any other unit at this time to buy if you can find one approximately $325,000 US), Business Coupe, Sport Coupe, Roadster Coupe (Standard and Deluxe), Convertible Cabriolet, Convertible Sedan, Phaeton (Standard and Deluxe), Tudor Sedan (Standard and Deluxe), Town Car, Fordor (2-window) (Standard and Deluxe), Fordor (3-window) (Standard and Deluxe), Victoria, Station Wagon, Taxicab, Truck, and Commercial.
The Model A was the first Ford to use the standard set of driver controls with conventional clutch and brake pedals, throttle, and gearshift. Previous Fords used controls that had become uncommon to drivers of other makes. The Model A's fuel tank was situated in the cowl, between the engine compartment's fire wall and the dash panel. It had a visual fuel gauge, and the fuel flowed to the carburetor by gravity. A rear-view mirror was optional. In cooler climates, owners could purchase an aftermarket cast iron unit to place over the exhaust manifold to provide heat to the cab. A small door provided adjustment of the amount of hot air entering the cab. The Model A was the first car to have safety glass in the windshield.
This Model A Phaeton has been treated to a recent full frame off, nut and bolt retoration and is one of the finest examples availableRead less
(2) pwr points
(2) pwr points
Center console-inc: armrest, storage bin
Center dome lamp
Chrome accent (4) gauge instrument cluster
Front door map pockets
Pwr windows w/one-touch up/down
Rear 50/50 split fold-down seat
Rear window defroster
SecuriLock passive anti-theft system (PATS)
Tilt steering wheel w/speed controls
Tire pressure monitoring system
Color-keyed rocker panel moldings
Complex reflector halogen headlamps
Dual pwr exterior mirrors
Fog lamps in grille
Variable intermittent windshield wipers
3-point active safety belts in all seating positions
Dual-stage driver & front passenger airbags w/crash severity sensor, driver seat position sensor, occupant sensor
Front seat Belt-Minder
LATCH (lower anchors & tethers for children) system on rear outboard seats
Seat mounted side-impact airbags for driver & front passenger
Side intrusion door beams
4.6L SOHC SEFI 24-valve V8 engine
Engine block heater *STD on retail vehicles only in AK, MN, ND, SD, MT, WI & WY. Optional on fleet vehicles*
Limited slip differential
Mini spare tire/wheel
Pwr rack & pinion steering
Pwr vented 4-wheel disc brakes
Rear wheel drive
Stainless steel dual exhaust system
The first generation Falcon was powered by a small, lightweight Mileage...Read more
The first generation Falcon was powered by a small, lightweight Mileage Maker straight-6 with a single-barrel carburetor. Construction was unibody, and suspension was fairly standard, with coil springs in front and leaf springs in the rear. Brakes were drum all around. A three-speed manual column shift was standard, and the two-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic was optional. There was room for six passengers in reasonable comfort in the simple interior. The "Futura" model was offered with a slightly upgraded interior, factory-installed safety belts, different side trim (spears), and different emblems.
This Falcon Futura convertible is featured in classic colors of Wimbledon White with red interior and complimented by a black vinyl top. It is powered by the 170 cu in inline 6 cylinder engine and Ford-O-Matic transmission.
It has bench seating and room for six. Optonal wire wheel covers really add to the classic styling. This Falcon is very clean and nicely detailed. The underhood is presented in correct colors and the trunk has the correct liner and convertible top boot.Read less
In the early 1950's, the first post-war military jeep, the M38 (or MC),...Read more
In the early 1950's, the first post-war military jeep, the M38 (or MC), was launched, based on the 1949 CJ-3A. The "CJ" nomenclature is for Civilian Jeep.Read less
This custom restored Jeep has had several modifications, namely a reconfigured floor pan and cowl to accommodate the late-model Ford 302 small block V-8 and C-4 automatic transmission. Other modifications include power rack and pinion steering, power front disc brakes and chassis upgrades to accommodate the 33 inch Goodyear Wrangler tires on custom alloy rims. The engine is dressed with Ford Racing Billet accessories, MSD ignition, 4 barrel carburetor and ceramic coated headers and dual exhausts with chrome side pipes
Interior upgrade features include Mastercraft shock absorbing ride seats, B & M automatic on the floor shifter, Roll bar, tilt steering column and a full set of gauges.
The 3000 Mark III was launched in October 1963, and remained in...Read more
The 3000 Mark III was launched in October 1963, and remained in production until the end of 1967, when manufacture of Austin-Healeys ceased. Only one further car was built in March 1968. Designated the BJ8, the 2+2 Mark III was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys, with a standard walnut-veneer dash, wind-up windows, and a 150 hp I-6 cylinder engine. Added power came from a new camshaft and valve springs, twin SU 2" HD8 carburettors, and a new exhaust system design. Servo-assisted brakes were also standard. Options remained otherwise the same, except that the standard interior trim was downgraded to Ambla vinyl, with leather as an extra.Read less
This beautifully restored "Big Healey" is nicely presented in Classic White and features genuine wire wheels with knock-offs. It has correctly detailed engine bay, interior and trunk.
The 1975 Hurst White W-30 only 625 were white W-30's. Believed to be 1...Read more
The 1975 Hurst White W-30 only 625 were white W-30's. Believed to be 1 of 89 that exist today in driving condition
Original body and paint
The 75 H/O was available in the Cutlass Supreme Coupe in either white or black with gold accent striping. Interior colors are either white or black.
The Hurst Conversion Package Included the following as standard:
Hurst Hatch Roof, Smoked Glass Panels with Storage Cases
Hurst/Gold Body Accents
Padded Half Top (black or white)
Blocked Off Quarter Windows
Recessed Hurst/Olds Exterior Emblems (3 total)
Hurst/Olds Interior Emblems (2 total)
aaxac Custom Hood Ornament with "Oldsmobile" Script
W-30 Fender Identification
W-30 option included the following as standard:
Cutlass Salon Grille
442 Louvered Hood
Sports Styled Outside Mirrors
Super Stock III Wheels in Hurst Gold (DuPont paint #43655L)
Swivel Bucket Seats
Console with Hurst Dual Gate Shifter
Power Brakes with Front Discs
Hurst Conversion Package-optional
Hurst/Hatch T-Tops introduced and installed in all cars.
General info on the 75 w-30 Hurst Olds
This was the last year for the 455. Exterior colors were Cameo White or Ebony Black
The Hurst/Olds in 1975 was the first General Motorscar to have "Hurst/Hatch" removable T-Top style roof installed. The car is based on the formal-roofed Cutlass Supreme coupe rather than the semi-fastback Cutlass S used in 1973-74. This roof design, early on was proven to be problematic, as at least two separate revisions exist for this roof in the form of redesigned seals and glass. The car was available in either black or white, with either a black or white half vinyl top offset by a wide aluminum band. Either a W-25, equipped with an Oldsmobile 350 engine, or a W-30, equipped with an Oldsmobile 455 engine could be had. Due the environmental regulations at the time, this was the first year that the United States Environmental Protection Agency Mandated the addition of catalytic converters mounted in the exhaust system. Due to the added expense, only single exhaust was available. The hood from the 1974 Hurst/Olds, with the center mounted louvers, carried over. Gold stripes adorned the sides of the car, as well as the trunk, hood, and mirrors. The car also carried gold 15"x7" Super Stock III Oldsmobile rims. Interiors were similar to 1974 except for revised door panels and new reversible vinyl/velour seat cushions and backs for the all-vinyl Strato bucket seats. The interior color combination on '75 Hurst/Olds was white seats and door panels, and black carpet, dashboard, steering wheel and console.
The Riviera was introduced on October 4, 1962, as a 1963 model, with the...Read more
The Riviera was introduced on October 4, 1962, as a 1963 model, with the 325 hp 401 cu in "Nailhead" V-8 as the only available engine, fitted with dual exhaust as standard equipment, and the twin turbine Dynafow the only transmission, at a base price of $4,333; typical delivered prices with options ran upwards of $5,000. Buick announced in December 1962, the availability of a 340 hp 425 cu in version of the Nailhead as an option. Total production was deliberately limited to 40,000 vehicles (in a year that Buick sold 440,000 units overall) to emphasize its exclusivity and to increase demand; only 2,601 of them were delivered with the 425 cu in engine in the 1963 model year.
This Riviera has unsdergone a full restoration with some custom touches built in.It has a very unoque violet hue finish with complimentary gray interior. It has the 401cu in Nailhead V-8, Dynaflow automatic transmission and factory air conditioning. Other features are power windows, as well as power steering and brakes.Read less
The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in...Read more
The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in the convex front and hood-side grilles. The front grille was V-shaped, rather than following the fenders into a pentagon shape, as on the 1936 model. Faired-in headlights were a major modernization found on both the Standard and DeLuxe trim versions, though much of the rest of the design was shared between Ford's two lines. A larger water pump was used to help aid in cooling. ]
Top notch restoration with period Thickstun speed equipment.85 hp Flathead V8 with 3-Speed Manual Transmission
Thickstun aluminum intake with 2 Stromberg carbs, Thickstun air cleaner and aluminum cylinder head covers, engine dress up kit, wide white radials on custom chrome and painted wheels with V8 center caps, cloth bench seat, electric wipersRead less
Many things changed starting in 1950, starting with a...Read more
Many things changed starting in 1950, starting with a luxuriously-appointed hardtop coupe, called the Sports Coupe. The new Bel Air including upgraded cord and leather-grain vinyl trim (available in a choice of several two-tone schemes), full carpeting and other appointments not available in even the Deluxe series, and a wide range of two-tone paint schemes.
The other change was the availability of Powerglide, a two-speed automatic transmission, exclusively in the Deluxe and Bel Air models. It was powered by a 235-cubic inch six-cylinder engine developing 105 horsepower and had a 3.55:1 rear differential; the engine went on to become the "Blue Flame six." Models sold with the standard three-speed manual transmission got the usual 216.5-cubic inch engine, developing 92 horsepower.
This fully restored Chevrolet has many accessories that were available from the dealer. It has a very unique hood ornament, Fulton sun visor, bumper and grille guards, door handle ring guards, gas door guard, wheel trim rings and fender skirts. Other options are the Power Glide automatic transmission, turn signals and back-up lights.
From 1945 onwards, Willys took its four-wheel drive vehicle to the...Read more
From 1945 onwards, Willys took its four-wheel drive vehicle to the public with its CJ (Civilian Jeep) versions, making these the first mass-produced 4x4 civilian vehicles. In 1948, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission agreed with American Bantam that the idea of creating the Jeep was originated and developed by the American Bantam in collaboration with some U.S. Army officers. The commission forbade Willys from claiming, directly or by implication, that it had created or designed the Jeep, and allowed it only to claim that it contributed to the development of the vehicle. However, American Bantam went bankrupt by 1950, and Willys was granted the "Jeep" trademark in 1950.
This Jeep was used at a military facility in UT and has only 34,000 miles. It has been restored to it's original Army finish. It features the famous Hurricane 4 cylinder engine. This Jeep also has a soft top and side curtains.Read less
This Ford truck has been custom restored with modern day driveability...Read more
This Ford truck has been custom restored with modern day driveability upgrades.It features a 350 Chevy V-8 with aluminum intake and exhaust headers, automatic transmission and power steering and brakes. The interior is upholsters in tweed on dual Flight bench seats with integral arm rests, tilt steering column and dashboard with gauges. The paint is a candy finish with airbrushed 3-D emblems and trim. The bed is finished in polished oak and the rear roll pan is louvered. This is a high quality custom that hauls!Read less
Commonly known as a "Restomod", this body-off restoration incorporates...Read more
Commonly known as a "Restomod", this body-off restoration incorporates modern day technology with the classic look of yesterday. This Nomad is restored in original colors and fabrics with the addition of a late model Chevrolet 350 small block V-8 and Muncie Close Ratio M-21 4 speed manual transmission. The engine was built with a steel crankshaft, Keith Black pistons, Camel Hump heads match ported to a polished 1956 dual quad intake manifold and 650 cfm Edelbrock carburetors, 292 cam, and Jet Hot coated exhaust system with Walker Turbo mufflers. It has a Center Force clutch and 3.55 rear gearsRead less
For 1973 models, the base 170 cid six was dropped and the 200 cid six...Read more
For 1973 models, the base 170 cid six was dropped and the 200 cid six became the base engine. Horsepower ratings would fluctuate slightly up or down through the years the Comet would remain in production, but not by very much. A new, larger front bumper to meet federal standards was added to all models in 1973. A new Custom decor package featuring vinyl roof, body-colored wheel covers, wide vinyl-insert body-side moldings, vinyl bucket seats, luxury carpeting, and extra sound insulation was a popular option.
Changes for 1974 included even larger front bumpers and new larger rear bumpers to match. They added 2.5 in to the length of the 2-door model and 4 in to the length of the 4-door model.
This Comet is totally original and untouched. It has 38,264 original miles on it. It is equipped with the 200 cu in 6 Cyl and automatic transmissionRead less
8" day/night inside mirror w/integral map light
8" day/night inside mirror w/integral map light
Air conditioning prep-inc: A/C wiring harness, adaptable instrument panel control, preset engine electronic control unit
Color-keyed center console w/park brake lever/ash tray
Full electromechanical analog instrument cluster w/180-MPH speedometer/7000 RPM tachometer, engine coolant temp/oil pressure/amps/fuel gauges
Full Euro-look short pile carpeting
Leather seating surfaces w/leather-grain vinyl facings, adjustable lumbar support
Leather wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel w/energy absorbing tilt column
Leather wrapped shifter knob
Premium sound system - AM/FM stereo w/seek/scan, cassette, digital clock, 130-watt dual pwr amplifiers, 6-speakers
Remote control security alarm system
Snap-in tonneau cover
Warning lights for engine oil pressure/engine coolant, engine electric malfunction, 2-3 shift lockout, charging system, security system
Aero polyellipsoid low beam/halogen high beam headlamps w/integral turn signal
Body-color dual manual outside breakaway mirrors
Continuous glass fiber reinforced body
Deluxe windshield wiper/washer w/intermittent feature
Detachable tinted glass rear window
Detachable tinted plastic side windows
Fascia integrated fog lamps w/covers
Removable folding soft top w/side curtains
Roof support w/integrated center high-mounted stop light
Soft fascias 5-MPH bumpers w/high density foam energy absorbers
Tinted windshield glass
3-Point passive unibelt restaint system
Dual note horn
12.0" Diameter single dry disc clutch
120 amp alternator
16" X 4" aluminum spare wheel
22 Gallon fuel tank w/manual fuel filler door
4-Wheel independent suspension w/double A-arms, adjustable dampers, anti- roll bars
770 amp long-life maintenance free battery
Direct ignition system
Dual side outlet exhaust system
Engine oil cooler
Front/rear coil springs/adjustable twin tube low pressure gas charged shock absorbers
Pwr-assisted 13" front/rear vented disc brakes
Pwr-assisted hydraulic rack & pinion steering
T155/80D16 compact spare tire
(2) cup holders
(2) pwr points
2-way pwr passenger...
(2) cup holders
(2) pwr points
2-way pwr passenger seat
6-way pwr driver seat w/manual lumbar adjustment
Air conditioning w/dual-zone automatic temp control
Audiophile sound system-inc: AM/FM stereo radio w/in-dash 6-disc CD changer, (8) speakers, clock, Sirius satellite radio capability (Requires kit & subscription)
Bucket seats w/adjustable head restraints
Carpeted floor mats
Center storage console w/leather-wrapped armrest
Courtesy lighting-inc: dual swivel overhead lamps, illuminated entry w/theater dimming, footwell, trunk, glove box, lighter switches
Delayed accessory pwr shut off
Dual cloth visors w/covered vanity mirrors
HomeLink universal garage door opener
Instrumentation-inc: tachometer, trip odometer
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Locking glove box
Luggage compartment carpeting/trim
Luggage compartment light
Pwr tilt/telescopic steering column
Pwr windows-inc: driver-side express down
SecuriLock passive anti-theft system (prevents start of vehicle w/o encoded ignition key
Security alarm system
Speed control w/steering wheel-mounted controls
Steering wheel-mounted audio controls
Storage shelf behind seats
2-speed variable intermittent windshield wipers
Body-color rocker moldings
Chrome windshield surround
Decorative hood scoop
Solar tinted glass
Variable-delay auto on/off headlamps
3-point active restraint safety belts
Driver & passenger Second Generation airbags
Driver & passenger side-impact airbags
In-trunk safety release
LATCH child seat anchors/tethers restraint system on passenger seat
Passenger-side airbag deactivation switch
18 gallon fuel tank w/tethered cap
4-wheel independent SLA suspension
Battery saver feature
Bright tipped dual exhaust system
Electronic throttle control
Engine block heater *STD and only available in AK, MN, ND, SD, MT, WI & WY states. Other states available via FCSD*
Front/rear stabilizer bar
HD 110 amp alternator
HD 72 amp/hr maintenance-free battery
Mini spare wheel
Pwr 4-wheel ventilated disc brakes
Rear wheel drive
Variable cam timing
Variable-assist pwr steering
The Monterey was introduced in 1950 as a high-end two-door coupe as part...Read more
The Monterey was introduced in 1950 as a high-end two-door coupe as part of the Mercury Eight series in the same vein as the Ford Crestliner to compete with the hardtop coupes General Motors had introduced the previous model year. Standard features included leather faced seats, simulated leather headliner, wool carpets, chrome-plated interior garnish moldings, two-toned dashboard, special black steering wheel, fender skirts, dual outside rearview mirrors, full wheelcovers & gold winged hood ornament. For $10 more all leather seats were an option.
This Mercury Monterey is a mostly original well preserved car. It has it's original Flathead V-8 with manual transmissionRead less
Originally designed by Chrysler to be the all new Plymouth Sebring for...Read more
Originally designed by Chrysler to be the all new Plymouth Sebring for 1975 which was to share bodies with the Dodge Charger SE, a decision was made to introduce this car as the first small Chrysler. The smaller Cordoba was introduced as a contender in the personal luxury market. This single body style coupe was one of Chrysler's few genuine hits of the 1970s.
Although Córdoba is the name of a city in Spain, the car's emblem was actually a stylized version of the Argentina cordoba coin. Either way, the implication was Hispanic, and this theme was carried out with somewhat baroque trim inside the vehicle. Chrysler famously secured movie and television actor Ricardo Montalbán as the car's advertising spokesman through its entire run. Notable was his eloquent praise of its "fine Corinthian leather" interior and his Americanized stress on the second syllable of the car's name.
This ultra fine Cordoba is presented in triple white, with Corinthian leather! It is absolutly loaded with options includining factory air conditioning, power windows, simulated wire wheel covers and padded Landau roof treatment. It is powered by the 400 cu in V-8 backed by a Torque Flight automatic transmission.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's did not have an oil pressure gauge or a voltmeter.
This Bel Air convertible is a nut and bolt restoration from the Blackhawk Collection.It features the Super Turbofire 283 V-8, also referred to as the Power Pack.It has the Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes. Options include, rear Continental kit, spinner wheel covers, twin mirrors and bumper guards.Read less
The 1949 models debuted at a gala at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New...Read more
The 1949 models debuted at a gala at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in June 1948, with a carousel of the new Fords complemented by a revolving demonstration of the new chassis. The new integrated steel structure was advertised as a "lifeguard body", and even the woody wagon was steel at heart. The convertible frame had an "X member" for structural rigidity.
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 beautiful red Ford convertible has been restored to the highest calibre. Laser straight body and paint and impeccable leather upholstery. Several items make this Ford stand out from the others. It has period correct aftermarket speed equipment such as aluminum Offenhauser heads and dual carburetors, as well as 3 speed manual transmission with overdrive. It is loaded with chrome accessories such as bumper guards, quarter panel spears, gas door guard, wheel trim rings and headlight "blinders".Read less
The restyled Dart for 1967 featured single headlamps that were placed...Read more
The restyled Dart for 1967 featured single headlamps that were placed forward of the recessed center section, defining the front plane. Park/turn lamps were set into the grille, in the corners formed by the transition area between the recessed and forward sections.
With the new design, changes were made to the Dart lineup. The only body styles were the 2- and 4-door sedans, the hardtop, and the convertible. The base 170 model was now badged simply as "Dart". The 270 and GT versions carried on unchanged for the most part.Other changes to comply with new federal safety laws included collapsible steering columns, additional padding on the dashboard and sunvisors.
This Dart GT convertible has been custom restored and features a 400 CID V8 engine with Edelbrock carburetor, Ceraminc-coated headers, Electric ignition and Torque Flight automatic transmission. Other features include front disc brakes, Hotchkiss frame reinforcements and custom DANA 60 differential. It has Vintage Heat and A/C, FT Rally wheels, newer sound system, tach and gauges and a power topRead less
While the P1800 was more of a stylish touring car rather than a sports...Read more
While the P1800 was more of a stylish touring car rather than a sports car when it came to its speed capabilities, the P1800 first became popular when it was featured as the main car driven by Roger Moore in the hit television series The Saint which aired from 1962-1969. The P1800 featured styling by Pietro Frua and mechanicals derived from Volvo's Amazon/122 series.
The ES's rear backrest folded down to create a long flat loading area. As an alternative to the usual four-speed plus overdrive manual transmission, a Borg-Warner three-speed automatic was available in the 1800ES. With stricter American safety and emissions standards looming for 1974, Volvo did not see fit to spend the considerable amount that would be necessary to redesign the small-volume 1800 ES. Only 8,077 examples of the ES were built in its two model years.
This Volvo is an iconic cult vehicle that is very clean ard to find. It is very well presented and features the Borg Warner 3 speed automatic transmission.Read less
The only time a V8 option was available in a first-generation Falcon was...Read more
The only time a V8 option was available in a first-generation Falcon was the 1963½ model, and these cars were produced in very limited numbers (Sprint two-door hardtop (bucket seats) 10,479 produced and Sprint convertible (bucket seats) 4,602 produced). These first-generation Falcon Sprint cars were the basis for the 1964½ Mustangs released by Ford one year later. Many (if not most) of the interior, chassis, suspension, and drivetrain components were derived from those used on the 1963½ Ford Falcon Sprint and/or Fairlane models. In simplest terms, the 1963½ Falcon Sprint is nearly mechanically identical to the 1964½ Mustang while being aesthetically different.
This beautiful Falcon Sprint convertible is presented in Rangoon Red with matching interior. This first year V-8 model has the 260 CID engine mated to a 4 speed transmission. It has the optional spinner wire wheel covers, power steering, dash-mounted tach and chrome engine dress up kit. This Sprint is not only very rare, but is also excellent in appearance.Read less
People often ask how the K-Code engine was different from the other D,C,...Read more
People often ask how the K-Code engine was different from the other D,C, and A code 289 engines featured in 1965-1967 Mustangs. This engine featured upgraded pistons, cylinder heads, carburetor, lifter heads, and connecting rods. In addition, one look under the hood and you’d notice the chrome air cleaner and valve covers. With an estimated 271 hp at its disposal, it was easy to tell this car from other 289 powered Mustangs of the day.
This beautiful Guardsman Blue K-Code convertible has been fully restored. It is the correct solid lifter, high performance 289 cu in V-8 with 4 speed manual transmission. Options include chrome Styled steel wheels and Rallye Pac gauge cluster.Read less
This beautiful car was shown on an episode of Chasing Classic Cars as...Read more
This beautiful car was shown on an episode of Chasing Classic Cars as Wayne Carini made the purchase. It is finished in the original Raven Black exterior color. The interior is the original Light Blue metallic color fabric and in excellent shape.
The body is very straight with faux wood grain and complete surround trim. the chrome and stainless trim are complete and very good as well This is n adorable little wagon that is a head turner and a blast to drive.
~ 170 ci six cylinder engineRead less
~ 3 speed manual transmission
~ Deluxe exterior and interior trim package
~ Deluxe factory original full wire wheel covers
~ Original tinted glass
~ Factory heater and defroster
~ Working back up lights
~ Excellent white wall radial tires
The Ford's look was again modernized for 1939 — the Deluxe used a low...Read more
The Ford's look was again modernized for 1939 — the Deluxe used a low pointed grille with heavier vertical slats, while the standard Ford had a higher grille with horizontal dividers. The headlights (the example illustrated has been converted to '40 Ford sealed beam headlamps - '39s used bulb and reflector lamps, the last year for these) were moved farther apart, now sitting almost in front of the wheels. The side grilles and louvers were removed in favor of chrome strips on Deluxe models. The "alligator" hood opened deep from the top of the grille back, eliminating the side panels found on previous models.
The engine was also revised for 1939 with downdraft carburetors widening the torque band but leaving power unchanged at 85 hp. Hydraulic brakes were a major advancement across the Ford line.
* 150 MPH speedometer
* Leather-wrapped steering...
* 150 MPH speedometer
* Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Color-keyed cloth headliner/sun visors
Console-inc: armrest, integral storage bin, cup holder, compact disc/cassette storage bin
Dual illuminated visor mirrors w/covers
Full wrapover 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
Light group-inc: engine compartment/glove box/ashtray/cargo compartment lamps, headlamps-on alert chime, dome light integral w/mirror, front door courtesy switches
Pwr decklid release
Pwr side windows w/driver-side express down
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 warning light, low coolant/oil lights, overdrive off indicator light
Tilt steering wheel w/center horn blow
* Fog lamps
* Front body-color/lower rear black fascias w/Mustang GT nomenclature
* Mustang GT fender badge
* Single-wing rear spoiler
Aerodynamic halogen headlamps
Color-keyed rocker moldings
Dual electric remote control mirrors w/RH convex
Front license plate bracket integral w/front bumper
Interval windshield wipers
Pwr retractable convertible top w/semi-hard boot
* GT suspension pkg-inc: Quadra-Shock rear suspension w/strut tower brace, variable-rate coil springs
* Stainless steel dual exhaust system
* Traction-Lok axle
130 amp HD alternator
15.4 gallon fuel tank w/tethered cap
2.73 rear axle ratio
Electronic engine controls (EEC-IV)
Gas-pressurized rear shock absorbers
HD 58 amp-hr maintenance-free battery
Mini-spare tire w/aluminum wheel
Modified MacPherson strut front suspension w/stabilizer bars
Pwr 4-wheel disc brakes
Pwr rack & pinion steering w/14.7:1 constant ratio
Tunnel-mounted parking brake
Unique strut/shock absorber calibrations
The Fireflite was introduced in 1955 as De Soto's flagship model. It was...Read more
The Fireflite was introduced in 1955 as De Soto's flagship model. It was wider and longer than previous DeSoto models and it came equipped with a Hemispherical-headed V8 engine producing 255 hp and PowerFlite automatic transmission. The transmission was operated by a Flite-Control lever located on the dashboard.
The car was best known for its long, tapering tail fins, often accentuated by a two-tone exterior finish. The interior offered bench seating that could accommodate six passengers. The Fireflite had a 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 11 seconds and a top speed of 110 mph.
This nicely restored Desoto features a Hemi V-8 engine and Powerflite automatic transmission. The paint, chrome trim and upholstery are faithful to original.Read less
The 1969 Camaro carried over the previous year's drivetrain and major...Read more
The 1969 Camaro carried over the previous year's drivetrain and major mechanical components, but all-new sheetmetal, except the hood and trunk lid, gave the car a substantially sportier look. The grille was redesigned with a heavy "V" cant and deeply inset headlights. New door skins, rear quarter panels, and rear valance panel also gave the car a much lower, wider, more aggressive look. This styling would serve for the 1969 model year only. Collectors often debate the merits of smooth, rounded lines of 1967 and 1968 model versus the heavily creased and sportier looks of the 1969.
This Camaro Sports Coupe is presented in Burgundy paint and black interior with Corvette-style seats. It is powered by the 327 V-8 with console shifted automatic transmission, power steering and brakes and factory air conditioning.Read less
The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in...Read more
The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in the convex front and hood-side grilles. The front grille was V-shaped, rather than following the fenders into a pentagon shape, as on the 1936 model. Faired-in headlights were a major modernization found on both the Standard and DeLuxe trim versions, though much of the rest of the design was shared between Ford's two lines. A larger water pump was used to help aid in cooling. 'Slantback' sedans gained a rear trunk door, though space was limited, and 'Trunkback' versions continued gaining sales. The station wagon had seating for eight passengers. A 4-door "convertible sedan" with roll up windows was offered in small numbers in the DeLuxe series.
Excellent restoration and very nicely detailed. 85 hp Flat Head V8 with 3-Speed Manual Transmission Ford script fog lights, very rare factory radio, banjo steering wheel, cloth seats, electric wipers, service and restoration records/receiptsRead less