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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 one we have here at Skyway Classics is a rare 1st generation 1965 yellow Mustang convertible, Only 1,700 miles since a meticulous restoration was completed.

    The restored 1965 correct Springtime Yellow Mustang is painted a beautiful yellow 2-stage paint with black racing stripes, has a Shelby hood scoop & Shelby side panel stripe package, and Mustang convertible power top.

    The Mustang’s engine is a 289 cu in that was rebuilt, 4 bbl carb w/headers, new exhaust with trumpet mufflers and tips, and automatic transmission w/shift kit.

    The restoration on this Mustang was extensive. It has a refreshed interior w/new carpet, new door panels, new dash cover and period correct black bucket seats w/center console, radio w/cassette player, and wood steering wheel. It has pristine chrome and stainless trim also.

    This is a rust free car with a super clean under carriage. Drop the top, turn up the tunes & cruise down the road with you honey.

    Availability
    For those of you who have been looking for a period correct Mustang, Pick up the phone and call us 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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  • History
    The Chevrolet Impala is a full-size car built by Chevrolet for...

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    History
    The Chevrolet Impala is a full-size car built by Chevrolet for model years 1958–85, 1994–96, and since 2000 onwards. The Impala was Chevrolet's most expensive passenger model through 1965, and had become the best-selling automobile in the United States.
    The Impala was restyled on the GM B platform for the first time for 1961. The new body styling was more trim and boxy than the 1958–1960 models. Sport Coupe models featured a "bubbletop" roof line style for 1961.
    Many early famous drag racers and NASCAR stars ran the 1961 Chevrolet Bubbletop to victories all thru the year. Even a song, "She's real fine, my 409" was written and sang by the Beach Boys, and a legend was born.
    You can own this legend today as we have a 1961 Chevrolet Bubbletop for sale here at Skyway Classics.

    Features & Options
    This Bubbletop is an original California car that has been meticulously restored and has many engine and suspension upgrades. It is painted in the exterior paint color of Cadillac White Diamond, with the V spear trim painted Turquoise Green. The rest of the trim and chrome front and rear bumpers are flawless.

    If your gonna drive a legend, you better be able to back it up! And this car backs it up with a much modified 454 that has been punched out and modified with performance parts including the cam, heads, headers and dual exhaust, aluminum intake, carb, chrome valve covers and air cleaner, serpentine belt system, performance ignition and distributor, electric fuel pump, electric cooling fan on the Griffin aluminum radiator. Air conditioning will cool your summer rides as well.

    All that power is transmitted to the Ford Nine-Inch rear end via a Turbo Hydro 400 transmission. The car rides on great shocks with air shocks on the back and a Hotchkiss sports rear suspension. The 1961 rolls on 4 wheel disc brakes and performance tires mounted on Boyd Coddington wheels.

    The interior is super with teal painted dash and Tilt steering wheel, nicely carpeted and the seats are upholstered in a woven cloth. It as an AM/FM Stereo with a CD Changer in the trunk, Vintage Air Conditioning, Viper alarm system, console and a performance shifter. It even has a custom finished trunk with a custom Chevrolet emblem.

    Availability
    Make a bold statement when you drive this 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubble Top to cruises and car shows with this one we have at Skyway Classics. Check it out now.

    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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  • History
    The Chevrolet Corvette (C2), also known as the Chevrolet...

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    History
    The Chevrolet Corvette (C2), also known as the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, is the second generation of the Chevrolet Corvette sports car, produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors for the 1963 to 1967 model years.
    The 1967 Corvette Stingray was the last Corvette of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Changes were again modest with 5 smaller front fender vents replaced the three larger ones, and flat-finish rockers sans ribbing.

    The ultimate Corvette engine for 1967 was 427 cubic inch and was coded L88 and was as close to a pure racing engine as Chevy had ever offered in regular production. Although the factory advertised L88 rating was 430 bhp at 4600 rpm, the true rating was said to be about 560 bhp at 6400 rpm. The very high compression ratio required 103-octane racing fuel, which was available only at select service stations. Clearly this was not an engine for the casual motorist. The 1967 Corvette Resto-Mod we have here at Skyway Classics, is even wilder!

    If you have never heard of a “Resto-Mod”, it is when "you take an old car and modernize it with an updated engine, suspension, brakes, tires and] electronics. Various reasons for performing resto-modifications on vintage cars may include the owner's desire to have either modern conveniences, improvements in vehicle safety or reliability, and/or improvements in street or track-driving performance.

    Resto-modifications for modern convenience and safety may include adding features such as air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power brakes, seatbelts, or radio/stereo systems that may have not come installed on a vehicle at the time it was originally produced.

    Features & Options
    And that is exactly what our 1967 Corvette Resto-Mod is all about. This Corvette has undergone an all-inclusive change-over into the beast it is today. It has had a total frame-off Rotisserie Restoration starting with a no Hit Body over a Custom Street Shop Chassis. The Corvette is painted with a stunning Custom DuPont Black Onyx and Clear Paint job.

    The body also has a Power Hood and Antenna, new Air Conditioning and Heat, and new Stainless Trim and Bumpers. The interior features a $20,000 in Sound System with Voice Activation, Custom Dash with Hideaway Navigation and Bluetooth, a new Al Knoch Leather Interior with Headrests, power windows, a Flaming River Tilt Steering Column, and a Voice Activation Dashboard all of which was pro built.

    The chassis is constructed with a polished C-6 Suspension Front and Rear, Adjustable Shocks Front and Rear, Front & Rear Sway Bar, 6 Piston Brakes All Around with Gun Drilled Rotors with its rolling stock of super fat performance tires on Corvette Grand Sport Wheels.

    The centerpiece of this Corvette is it’s powerplant, a LS3 525 hp V8 Vette Engine Tuned to over 600hp! It is shifted by a TKO 600 5-Speed Tremec Transmission w/6 to 1 Overdrive, with all that power going to a Viper Center Section & Differential with 3.32 Gear Ratio.

    The engine gets its air from a Custom SW Custom Ram Intake and pumps the exhaust gasses out of a set of Custom Factory Looking Side Exhausts.

    Availability
    We cannot think of any better car to make into a Resto-Mod than a 1967 Corvette we have here at Skyway Classics. This one is top of the line and you must come see, hear, and take a test drive in this one. You will be a believer!

    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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  • Clean, 2-owner BMW flagship with clean CARFAX and only 33k miles....

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    Clean, 2-owner BMW flagship with clean CARFAX and only 33k miles. Equipped with the Executive Package which includes Power Rear & Side Sunshades, Ventilated Front Seats, Leather instrument Panel, Ceramic Controls and Heads-up Display.

    In addition to the $3700 B&O sound system option, this BMW is equipped with the desirable M Sport Package with 20" Double Spoke Wheels, Steering Wheel Shift Paddles, M Steering Wheel, Aerodynamic kit, Shadowline Exterior Trim and Anthracite Headliner. All books and keys are present along with the original window sticker. It has a BMW CPO warranty until February or 2020. Privately titled so NO SALES TAX if registered in AZ.

    Highly optioned, well maintained and with low miles, this Ultimate Driving Machine can be purchased at a fraction of its $101k original price.

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  • This 1979 Ford Bronco XLT came to us from Idaho and is extra clean and...

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    This 1979 Ford Bronco XLT came to us from Idaho and is extra clean and has rust free body as is typical for these Idaho trucks and SUV's. This is a 2 Owner Rig that is mostly original with an older repaint in its original colors of Light Medium Blue and Dark Blue Metallic that looks nice. The interior has had the seats recovered recently and a new dash put in and the rest of the interior is in great shape. Some of the options include Power Steering and Power Front Disc Brakes, Factory AC (Need Compressor), Tilt Wheel, and also dual front shocks. The tires are new Goodyear Wrangler 36 X 12.50 X 16.5. The engine is a 400M V8 that was rebuilt and they added an aluminum intake and 4 Barrel Carb. The transmission is a T-18 4 Speed manual and the Transfer Case is a NP205. Mechanically this Bronco is Sound and it has plenty of Power and drives down the road great!! All lights, blinkers, gauges, wipers, etc are working. This is a turn key rig that you can buy and enjoy immediately.

    Complete pictures and Video at www.4-wheelclassics.com

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  • MG a division of the British Motor Corporation produced just over...

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    MG a division of the British Motor Corporation produced just over 225,000 Midgets from 1961 through 1980. The earliest versions or the MK I was essentially a slightly more expensive version of the Austin Healey Sprite using a lot of the same components including engines all the way through the end of production.

    Over the years the engines grew from the 948cc with the MK I and ended up with the 1500 CC out of the Triumph spitfire with the MK IV's. These engines produced a whopping 65 HP, they were capable of 100 MPH speeds.

    These cars became iconic over time in the vintage race scenes, especially in the UK. The MG Midget Challenge is a series dedicated to the Midget. Today, they are increasingly being restored to a high standard, helped by the excellent availability of parts both new and remanufactured.

    The 1976 Midget offered here is a very solid example. The paint shows some patina, but yet represents well. The interior appears to have newly reupholstered seats and a new vinyl top. The Midget comes with a spare tire and a upgraded sound system with a Sony CD player and ExPlod speakers. The Midget also has a tonneau cover and luggage rack. It rides on 13 inch tires that are mounted to factory steel wheels with beauty rings. This is a fun little car that is sure to leave a smile on your face.

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this highly restored, rare classic...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this highly restored, rare classic 1963 Chevrolet K20 4X4 Fleet side pickup for your consideration. This recently restored truck was done right and the quality of the build truly shows. Cosmetically the truck is gorgeous and the paint remains in excellent condition. The engine compartment is highly detailed as well. The truck came from Colorado. It is powered by its 6 cylinder paired to a manual shift transmission. The engine fires up with ease and runs very well. It goes down the road well and holds the road tightly. It rides on factory steel wheels with correct beauty rings. It has new Monroe shocks. The truck also comes with a shop manual and owners manual.

    Vintage 4X4 trucks are on fire in the collector car world and values are poised to rise even further. When it comes to collecting cars, the highest quality examples are the ones that hold the highest value over time. This K20 is among the best in its class and will contend for best in show at any venue.

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  • 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2L M491 “Turbo-Look” Coupé
    Chassis No....

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    1985 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2L M491 “Turbo-Look” Coupé
    Chassis No. WP0AB091XFS120623
    Engine No. 64F01548
    Transmission. No. 74F01543

    1 of only 213 Turbo-Look Coupes Imported to North America in 1985
    Numbers-Matching per Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
    Just 20,500 Documented Original Miles
    Copy of Original Window Sticker & Servicing Records On File
    Complete with Original Manual, Tools, Spare, Jack & Accessories
    Clean CarFax & AutoCheck History Reports
    Recent Major Detailing and Preparation

    The Turbo-Look 911s were built in limited numbers as an upscale option to the standard Carrera. The M491 package entailed a Turbo body, brakes and wheels, fitted with a naturally aspirated Carrera engine and suspension. As one of just 213 M491 Carrera Coupes imported to North America, this exceptional example was completed on April 26, 1985 and sold new to its first custodian in Ardmore, Oklahoma (via Southpoint Porsche/Audi in Houston, TX), wearing Guards Red (G1) paint over Black Leather (VD) upholstery. Optional equipment included US Standard emissions, Steering Wheel with Raised Hub, Blaupunkt ‘Monterey’ radio, central locking system, Automatic Heating Control, Comfort Seat – Right, Cruise Control, Turbo Look ($11,760 option), Electric Sliding Sunroof & Pirelli Tires.

    WP0AB091XFS120623 spent the majority of its life under single fastidious ownership in Oklahoma, eventually changing hands in 2010 to Van Nuys, California. With just 20,500 documented miles, this Carrera remains completely numbers-matching, in stock configuration, including trim upholstery, Blaupunkt Monterey radio and emergency accessories. Matching identification tags are still adhered to the door jambs and underside of the hood, while the undercarriage is nicely detailed, paring well to the engine bay. Recently the Turbo Look received a new dash pad in leather by order of its previous fastidious care taker.

    The motor, transmission and electronics, operate as expected from such a low mileage and pampered car. The 911 received a thorough mechanical freshening in mid-2015, or about 500+ miles ago with all records on file, along with a December 2017 multi-point inspection, including all new 205/55ZR16 and 225/50ZR Porsche N-Spec, Pirelli P-Zero System Direzionale tires. The Carrera is complemented by its original Owner’s Manual, Tool Kit, Jack, date stamped Spare Tire, Airmate Compressor and emergency sunroof crank.

    The collectability of 3.2 Carreras continues to develop as more enthusiasts value the model's everyday drivability and nostalgia paired with modern amenities. Over the years, many M491 911s were sacrificed as track cars, prized for their bulletproof, naturally aspirated engines paired to aerodynamic bodywork. This already rare wide-bodied example is made even more scare in its incredibly low mileage and unmolested form. Now available for Worldwide purchase and delivery, we offer this exceptional 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe.

    $109,500.00

    To learn more about this vehicle, please contact our sales department at (281) 497-1000 or sales@driversource.com
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  • One Owner. All-Wheel Drive. 6-Speed. Hatchback. APR Tuned. Garage-Kept....

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    One Owner. All-Wheel Drive. 6-Speed. Hatchback. APR Tuned. Garage-Kept. Check, check, check, etc. This 2016 Volkswagen Golf R checks all the boxes for the performance purist. Our client ordered this vehicle for his wife, brand new from Betten Imports of Grand Rapids, Michigan, where all the service has been done. But being a creature of tasteful customization, he took the car with the Audi S3 sourced 2.0L Turbo motor to Community Automotive, a local APR licensed shop. About $5k later, he had turned the stock 292hp into 388hp with an APR software upgrade and APR down pipe. He also added an HD clutch kit, short-shift relay bracket, and Pirelli P-Zero high performance tires. All new to the car in May of 2017, and all upgrades we would have done ourselves if we owned it. The car was never tracked, never beat on, and was mainly driven by the wife. The only reason its up for sale is because she just purchased the new Volvo SUV.

    This mighty 4-Door Hatchback is finished in Oryx White Pearl Exterior over a Titan Black Leather interior, finished with Audi-like amenities. Noteworthy features include Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) Adaptive Suspension, 4Motion AWD, Driving Mode Selection, Vented Disc Brakes, Intelligent Crash Response System, 19-Inch Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Chrome-Tipped Quad Sport Exhaust, Rain Sensing Wipers w/ Heated Washer Nozzles, Climatronic Dual-Zone Climate Control, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob, Heated Front Seats, Rearview Camera, 6.5-Inch Touchscreen Navigation w/ HD Radio, CD Player, USB and Aux Input, Fender Premium Audio System, Bluetooth, and Keyless Access w/ Push-Button Start. It also has VW Car-Net with Smartphone Integration, Infotainment, Navigation, Security and Service. The new Golf R is Volkswagen’s response to Subaru’s STI Wagon, and with the DCC System, S3 Turbo with APR upgrades, and a much more refined interior, we think its the better option. Plus, it is a BLAST to drive - like driving on rails, German-engineered rails that is. It’s quick and corners like a boss. The new technology packed in this small yet spacious Golf is the future of Das Auto. You will not be disappointed.

    “The R is a hoot to drive, no question. The MQB chassis is rock solid, grip is outta sight, and the ride is a near perfect balance of comfort and firmness, no matter the mode. The steering is light at lower speeds and weights up nicely as speeds increase. I don’t recall, really, a car that feels this planted both blasting down the expressway and whipping through corners. It’s a rare car: The harder you push, the better it feels. It’s agile and confidence building. Maybe too confidence building; I’m not sure how long I’d have my license if I owned one of these.” - Wes Raynal, AutoWeek

    Our client takes pride in his toys, and being his wife’s car, this R received the red-carpet treatment. It comes with all service records from Betten, tuning records from Community Auto, books, manuals, two sets of keys, floor mats, luggage net, and copy of original window sticker. There is clearly more invested in this car than what we are asking. A truly awesome VW at a reasonable price point. Call or e-mail if interested. Thank you for looking.

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  • We dare you to find a vehicle that can better combine off-road prowess...

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    We dare you to find a vehicle that can better combine off-road prowess with supercar presence like this 2011 Local Motor Rally Fighter. And this fuel-injected beast makes sure that its go-anywhere personality is far more than just an appearance. So for those who love a vehicle that’s just enough on the right side of road-legal to have a license plate hanging on it, this is you limited-edition dream.
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    This car was designed from day one to be quite different. It’s always been hard to define what a Rally Fighter is because no other company has built one vehicle that stimulates this much toughness and sleekness all in the first impression. Tall fender lines, well-creased flairs, and a smooth profile were all part of the mission to create a sports coupe with pre-runner credentials. And more than just designed to look like a lifted trail attacker, this one was built like a true Baja machine. That’s why the sleek body is a well-crafted mixture of lightweight thermoplastic and carbon fiber body panels over a tubular steel space frame rigid chassis. So while you’re the most interesting machine on the road, this one was really built to have its maximum fun when the pavement ends.
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    Inside, there’s seating for four. But considering that there are racing harness for everyone, you absolutely know this is set up to be far more than a commuter machine. Sparco racing seats up front, a dash-mounted fire extinguisher, toggle switches, and a full roll cage let you know this one means business. The grippy Momo steering wheel gives you a fantastic view of the large speed and tach. Plus, all your essential gauges are laid out high on the dash. The metal gated shifter means every shift you make is a purposeful one. But the reason why the Rally Fighter is more than just an off-road toy is the high degree of comfort that’s also built into this professional-grade interior. You have an air conditioning, power windows, power locks, electric rear defrost, and keyless entry. There’s an iPod in the center that controls features like the satellite navigation and the subwoofer stereo system.
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    Under the hood is a 6.2-liter fuel-injected LS3 V8. This mixture of small block Chevy robustness with Corvette-level horsepower is the perfect power plant for this unique beast. You can see that it is mounted behind the front axle to improve the center of gravity and also give the front suspension plenty of travel. In fact, when the adjustable suspension is in its highest off-road setting, the Rally Fighter has an impressive 18-inches of full suspension travel. The rear is a Watts-link setup with upper and lower control arms as well as massive internal bypass/external reservoir shocks. Add in the Robby Gordon bead-lock wheels and Goodyear Wranglers reinforced with Kevlar, and you know this one is one trail-ready machine. Plus, features like the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes are welcomed even when you’re just driving on the streets.
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    Few machines are as unique or as capable as the Rally Fighter, and they were only built in limited quantities by the professionals at Local Motors in Arizona. So when you get an opportunity to pick up a ready to run all-around sports machine, you know you need to act fast. Call now!

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  • This appealing 1965 Chevrolet C10 isn’t a resto-mod or a hot rod, but...

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    This appealing 1965 Chevrolet C10 isn’t a resto-mod or a hot rod, but rather a faithful restoration that purists can appreciate and that will definitely generate a lot of attention out on the road. And it probably represents the future, because in the coming years you’re going to see a lot more vintage pickups getting top-quality restorations like this.
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    If you bought a new pickup in 1965, this is pretty much what it would have looked like. The bright Cardinal Red paint was surely a popular choice, even among farmers and carpenters, and this truck nails the vivid ‘60s hue just right. The sheetmetal is straight enough to look like it might have on the factory floor, with those smooth, flat flanks showing undistorted reflections that you’d expect in a vehicle costing thousands more than this one does. Note the correct latches on the tailgate, the tiny accessory back-up lights, and the white insert in the side trim that matches the top, all of which add to the vintage look. The chrome bumpers and grille are surely far nicer than anything in 1965, and the bed is most certainly too nice to go back to work with its polished wooden planks and shiny stainless rub strips, plus a set of delicate bed rails that look great. Someone was really sweating the little stuff on this one.
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    Inside, the handsome two-tone interior is not quite the way it would have been when it was new, but it's pretty darned nice. The dash and door panels are painted to match the bodywork and tie in perfectly with the seat cover. It would have originally used a rubber floor mat, which is under there, but it’s got a custom carpet on top of it to add a little luxury and to help control noise and heat. Again, the most impressive feature is how they’ve managed to restrain themselves from “upgrading” everything, so you’ll find a stock instrument panel with awesome original gauges, including an ultra-rare manifold vacuum indicator and tachometer. It appears that this truck had factory A/C, which explains the vent in the center stack that just looks plain cool, and the original AM radio is still in the center of the dash.
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    While you could have had a V8 in your pickup, that’s not how this one came from the factory so there was no need to throw a modern crate motor in there. Instead, it carries its original 250 cubic inch inline-six. Fully rebuilt and detailed like new, it actually delivers reasonable performance, great torque, and a lot of double-takes when you open the hood at shows. The paint is Chevy Orange, there’s a factory air cleaner up top, reproduction decals were used throughout. Hardware, fittings, wiring, and all the little pieces have all been freshened to look like new, making this truck a definite contender for points judging. They did upgrade to an electronic ignition system, so it starts easily and hums along smoothly, and a power brake booster with disc brakes are a smart idea. As a quality restoration, the chassis was given the same kind of full makeover, complete with a purring dual exhaust system and original coil spring rear suspension. It shows a few signs of use, but that's OK on a pickup, right? Perhaps only the use of modern radials on color-matched Rally wheels gives it away, but you can't argue with the results.
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    A great old truck that’s proof of the old adage that they just don’t build ‘em like they used to. And that’s really a shame, because this is one awesome truck. Call today!

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  • It sure looks like the days of dirt cheap Beetles are drawing to a...

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    It sure looks like the days of dirt cheap Beetles are drawing to a close, which is probably a good thing. This fun-loving 1974 Volkswagen Beetle is still an excellent, economical way to join the hobby, but the way the market is moving, it just might be a smart investment, too.
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    Is there anything about the VW Beetle that hasn’t already been said? There’s more than one reason why they have endured for decades as the world’s most popular car, and this one makes it easy to understand why they’ve recently started taking off as legitimate collectables. The cheeky good looks impressive build quality all work together to make one fun little hobby car, especially when they wear bright colors that only the Beetles seem to be able to pull off. This Beetle has been nicely maintained but not over-restored, and the fact that it has spent most of that life in a warm climate has certainly helped keep it looking good. The bright orange paint is a 7-year-old repaint, and shows a soft shine that looks exactly right on the vintage runabout even with a few signs of use in the usual places. Everything lines up neatly and the doors open and close with a precision that belies the car’s affordable price tag, suggesting it has always been a straight, clean, unmolested car. The big chrome bumpers, running boards, and other unique Beetle touches are all in good shape as well. Drive it with pride!
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    The black interior is an excellent contrast to the bright orange bodywork, and while it might invite some comparisons with the Great Pumpkin, it's hard to deny that the combination doesn't look great. Seats are comfortable buckets with textured seating surfaces that stay cool even on warm days, and the dash keeps it simple with a single gauge pod ahead of the driver. The hardware has a no-nonsense vibe and everything looks basic but feels expensive, typical of German cars of the period where the quality was tangible in everything you touched. The upholstery, carpets, and door panels are all in excellent condition with very little wear, and there's a period AM/FM radio in the dash that works as it should and provides reasonable entertainment when you're just cruising. The front trunk area is tidy and clean, and even with a full-sized spare there's enough room for a few overnight bags, just in case you'd like to have an adventure in your new Beetle.
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    The familiar 1600 cc air-cooled flat four engine is a big part of the Beetle's appeal, with its bulletproof reliability and familiar whistling exhaust note. This one still wears its factory air cleaner assembly and carburetor, and it has been properly maintained. Thanks to fresh points in the distributor, it starts easily with that distinctive VW starter chatter, idles nicely, and delivers adequate performance for around-town errands. Stir the 4-speed manual properly and it’s even entertaining to drive, thanks to a stable suspension and decent brakes. This VW was original air conditioned, and even though the system was removed years ago, it is included with the car if you'd like to reinstall it (not a tough job since they were designed to be dealer-installed). Original steel wheels are in excellent shape and wear recent 165R15 Dunlop radials that are just the right size.
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    You’ll probably find that everyone is your friend when you drive a Beetle, and the way the market is moving, they won’t be this affordable for much longer. Call today!

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  • Why spend $50,000 on a new truck when awesome haulers like this 1979...

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    Why spend $50,000 on a new truck when awesome haulers like this 1979 Ford F-100 Ranger are still around? Not quite a full-fledged collectable, it nonetheless remains a stylish, handsome truck in great colors that can still earn its keep around the homestead. While the other guys drive around in cookie-cutter pickups, you could have something interesting for a fraction of the price.
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    Everything looks better in black, including working-class hardware like this Ranger. It’s obviously had a good life, and as a lifelong southern truck, it shows no signs of rust or abuse underneath. The black paint is newer than the truck, of course, and looks pretty good with a great gloss and no signs of botched bodywork underneath. Yes, it's got some age on it, which is impossible to hide with black paint, but the overall look is pretty impressive. And yes, black is the truck’s original color, so you don’t have to worry about mis-matched door jambs and underhood areas, because it’s all equally nice. It’s also not afraid to wear a lot of bright chrome trim, including the beefy bumpers, egg crate grille, and side trim that fits neatly into the groove running the length of the body. The bed has a brand new drop-in bed liner so it's not afraid to work on weekends and a soft tonneau cover seals it up and gives the truck a clean overall look.
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    If you do take to driving this Ford every day, the interior is a great place to do it. Freshly upholstered with a matching black seat cover that looks right in the vintage F-100, plus black carpets to help control noise and heat, it is ready to go immediately. There’s some ersatz wood trim that actually helps with the ambience, and Ford’s familiar square gauges show crisp, bright markings, although they’re only watching the basics. There’s a modern AM/FM/CD radio in the dash and door panels that have a very upscale look to them with faux quilted surfaces. A sliding rear window provides just the right ventilation, even on warm days and Ford trucks still used vent windows in the door which also help keep it cool inside.
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    The torquey 302 cubic inch V8 topped by a 4-barrel carburetor is the right combination of power and efficiency that you’d look for today. It is a transplant but looks right, offering fresh ignition components and new hoses and other signs of having been properly maintained over the years. A bit of chrome in the usual places dresses things up a bit and with power steering, it’s easy to drive no matter the load. Ford’s rugged “twin I-beam” suspension isn’t the most precise setup ever devised, but it rides nicely and you'll never break it. Out back, there’s a 9-inch, which is equally rugged and according to the door tag, it carries 3.73 gears, which are a nice compromise between towing power and relative efficiency. Long-tube headers feed a dual exhaust system with high-performance mufflers so it’s got a great rumble out on the road, and while it’s not detailed for show, the chassis really is quite clean. Flashy 17-inch wheels look awesome on a black truck and use 245/70/17 performance radials to keep them off the ground.
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    Clean old pickups like this still represent great value, and one that can double as a hobby vehicle on weekends while still working for a living is a bargain in anyone’s book. Call today!

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  • Here is a nice Chevelle hot rod that is really priced to sell fast at...

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    Here is a nice Chevelle hot rod that is really priced to sell fast at only $17,998 or $275 per month with only $1,800 down! We sold this car 15 years ago. Has numbers matching 350 motor that has been gone through and upgraded. Has Edelbrock polished aluminum intake and carburetor. Also HEI ignition, headers and a custom Flowmaster exhaust with crossover pipe. We just rebuilt the transmission. Suspension has been rebuilt front and back. It's a tough-looking car. Has some good meaty white letter tires and Centerline aluminum wheels. SS stripes and hood. It sounds healthy too. It's a good looking driver/cruise night quality restoration. The body and paint are good. Bumpers, headlight bezels and windshield look new. Interior is very well kept. Judging by the original weather strips, door jambs and how clean the dash and original door panels are, we believe the 79,370 miles are original on this car. Has clean motor compartment. Trunk compartment is respatter painted, has spare tire. Don't snooze on this one it will be gone soon

    Power steering
    Power brakes
    SS stripes
    SS hood
    Embroidered floor mats
    Stereo
    Aluminum wheels

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  • Wow, where to start? Only 31,000 actual miles. It has earned a national...

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    Wow, where to start? Only 31,000 actual miles. It has earned a national senior award and it's an unrestored original survivor! Triple black, top of the line Pontiac. Of the big convertibles from this era, this is arguably the most desirable. This one achieved Gold Award, then Junior Gold, then the Senior Gold Award at Pontiac Nationals. Has certificate and judging sheets. Also has PHS docs, original manuals, window sticker and maintenance receipts. Lived in GA, then AZ. Always pampered and climate controlled stored. Original black lacquer paint looks new, still has mirror finish. Chrome, stainless, rubber and glass are excellent. The interior is original and looks practically new. Original black convertible top is still very good. Has optional fiberglass parade boot. Clean motor and trunk compartments. Clean underside. It drives fantastic with the big 455, handling package, posi rear, new tires etc. Functions like new- cold a/c, factory radio plays clearly (has CD changer in trunk). It's ready to enjoy!

    Air conditioning
    Power steering
    Power disc brakes
    Power windows
    Power trunk
    Power seat
    Parade boot
    Rally ll wheels
    Sport mirrors
    3.23 posi
    Rally gauges
    Handling package
    4 note horn
    60/40 seat
    Original literature
    Awards
    PHS documentation

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  • This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4...

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    This is a smoke free Carfax certified 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Performante equipped with a 5.2L 570HP V10 ESS Supercharged engine producing 780 horsepower and a 6-speed E-Gear (auto & paddle shift) transmission. This car is finished in a gorgeous Rosso Mars (bright red) exterior color and Alcantara (black fabric) interior along with Carbon Fiber and Red contrast stitching throughout.

    // For an interactive view of this Performante, experience the video here:
    https://youtu.be/_Nq4erRfLoc
    + Walk around / Hear the engine / Sit inside //

    This is a like new Performante that comes well appointed including:

    +Navigation

    +Carbon ceramic brakes

    +Dark chrome trim

    +Rear camera

    +Homelink sys

    +Large Carbon Fiber interior trim pkg

    +Large Carbon Fiber exterior performance pkg

    +Large Carbon Fiber rear wing

    +Black painted sport wheels

    +Red calipers

    +Kline switchable exhaust ($7,500 installed)

    +ESS Supercharger that produces 780 horsepower ($27,000 installed)

    ...plus much more!!

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  • History
    The T-Type was a series of Buick automobiles that were popular...

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    History
    The T-Type was a series of Buick automobiles that were popular during the 1980s. This marketing approach for Buick products was a revival of a similar approach used in the 1960s with the Buick GS designation.

    These T-Type cars were built as performance-oriented models and the most famous of these cars was the Buick GN and the T Type, which was based on the Regal platform. During the time that the T-Type cars were in production, turbochargers were all the rage in Detroit and adapted for use on the Regal, most notably.

    The T-Type series reached its peak in 1987. In addition, its turbocharged V6 made it an attractive alternative to its similar-bodied V8-powered siblings, such as the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS and Oldsmobile 442 (neither of which had the turbocharger available to them).

    The one we have at Skyway Classics is a complete re-creation of a 1987 Buick T Type. It is well done with appearance and performance parts from an original Grand National.

    Features & Options
    The turbocharged engines in ours was General Motors' famous 3.8 L V6 engine with an automatic. It produced 245 horsepower at
    4400 rpm and 355 lbs/ft of torque at 2800 rpm.

    The Electronic Control Module (ECM) precisely matches the fuel delivery to engine requirements. The source of the LC2's monster power is the Garrett AiResearch turbocharger, aided by an intercooler. The GN's intercooler cools the air coming from the turbo as it travels to the engine. Aiding engine performance for this Buick is its free-flow dual exhaust system.

    The LC2 motor was computerized, so it is no surprise that even the high performance 200R4 (4 speed with overdrive) automatic transmission had its shift points computer controlled to get optimum power from the engine to the pavement. The transmission in this Buick is the original GN or T Type trans with the code BRZ on it. (See Photo of Tag.) This transmission worked so well, that Buick never saw the need for offering a manual transmission. The engine compart is amazing and clean. It is very detailed detailed and will be a focal point of any show you go to, especially seeing the Turbo and all its plumbing.

    The interior of this T-Type car has a grey bench seat with a fold down consolette and a column shifter and matching rear seat. It has Pw, Air, upgraded sound system, accessory sport gauge pillar pods, and more. Check out the trunk, which is nicely detailed, and you will see an upgraded Sony sound system feeding new speakers. The rear spoiler was only available as a dealer installed option and is on this Buick. The T-Type emblems are placed on the fenders and hood and on the horn button.

    This Buick rides on a suspension that has received a performance upgrade to help keep the power firmly planted to the pavement. This anti-roll bars, coil over air bag springs, performance shock absorbers, on Buick T Type wheels with 215’s performance tires on the front and 235’s on the rear to give it the right stance.

    Availability
    It may not be a real T Type, but the one we have here at Skyway Classics has sure got the look and the performance, at a lot lower price too.

    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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  • This 1978 Chevy K5 Blazer came to us from Arizona. The Blazer is Rust...

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    This 1978 Chevy K5 Blazer came to us from Arizona. The Blazer is Rust Free, solid, and has only 1 repaint from new. It looks excellent!!! We left the underside all original and there is no rust or patches. The brown on the underside is the many years of clay from Arizona, it is not rust. This looks to be a 3 owner truck with the previous owner (A Rancher) keeping it at his cabin in the Mountains so the miles are said to be original and based on our inspection we agree. The previous owner had the engine rebuilt in the last year so it is fresh with very few miles on it. The transmission is a Turbo 350 3 Speed that shifts perfect and the 4WD and NP203 Transfer case works great as well. This Blazer has some nice options like AC, Power Windows and Locks, Cruise, and Tilt. It also has the rare West Coast Turbine Wheels which are very cool along with newer BFG All Terrain Tires. A new carpet kit was installed and the Driver's Seat was recovered because of some rips in the upholstery so the interior looks great and is very clean!!

    The truck runs down the road straight and true. It does have a newer steering box so it makes sense why it runs and drives down the road so nice. The engine is strong and the dual exhaust has a nice tone and sounds great!! All lights, blinkers, wipers, etc are working so this is a turnkey vehicle for you.

    Complete pictures and video at www.4-wheelclassics.com

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  • Cadillac&apos;s Fleetwood Long Wheelbase Line Used Totally Distinctive...

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    Cadillac&apos;s Fleetwood Long Wheelbase Line Used Totally Distinctive Bodies That Were Not Shared With Other General Motors Divisions And Generally Characterized By A Prewar Appearance. Large Wheel Discs, Fender Skirts, Hood, Side And Lower Beltline Moldings Were Standard As Were Stainless Steel Runningboards. This RARE Fleetwood 7 Passenger Limousine Is Body / Style Number 7523 And Production Was 225 Produced For This Model Year. Features Include: Smooth Running 346 ci L-Head V8 Engine (Recently Tuned With New Plugs And Wires) Hydra-Matic Transmission (Rebuilt) Rebuilt Power Brakes Converted To 12 Volt Negative Ground (Formerly 6 Volt Positive Ground) Generator Replaced With 12 Volt Alternator Built Inside Generator Case Electronic Ignition New Water Pump, Hoses, Belts, Vacuum Lines, Water Lines And Gas Lines New Radiator Front And Rear Clocks Rebuilt Updated Wiring New Exhaust System Late Model Radio With CD Player Under Dash Tinted Rear Door Windows And Rear Vent Windows Rear Fender Skirts Exterior Paint In Dark Green Chrome Trim Is Polished And Gleaming Tan Cloth Seat Interior Two Pull-Down Jump Seats (Face Rear Seat), Lift Up Rear Foot Rest Nice Woodgrain Trim On Top Of Door Panels And Top Back Of Front Seat Newer Wide Wall Tires With Cadillac Hub Caps Rear Fender Skirts This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . . Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation / Financing Available

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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. 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, Ground Control Camber Plates with Turner Motorsports Delrin/Aluminum Rear Subframe Bushings. The widebody has made ample room for the massive Aristo Forged Sport 14 Concave wheels, 20x11 in the Front &amp; 20x14 on the back, the grip isn&apos;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&apos;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 extremely low miles 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&apos;s Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe finished in Carso Red with Black Daytona Style...

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    2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe finished in Carso Red with Black Daytona Style Seats. Only 5,363 Miles. Original MSRP of $211,653. Powered by a 4.3L 483hp/343lb-ft of Torque V8 Engine and backed by a 6-Speed Sequential Transmission. 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&apos;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.Though already beautiful and well-optioned, this F430 has some optional factory upgrades added that consist 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), &apos;Scuderia Ferrari&apos; Shields ($1,551), Red Brake Calipers ($1,018), Piping in Colour Upon Request ($748), and All Stitching in Colour ($405).Standard Options Consist of; 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.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&apos;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&apos;s Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 1972 Chevrolet C10 Short Bed Pickup finished in Hugger Orange with a...

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    1972 Chevrolet C10 Short Bed Pickup finished in Hugger Orange with a Cream Vinyl Bench Seat. Complete Frame-Off Restoration by Mike Dorgan. Powered by a 350 cubic inch V8 and backed by a 4-Speed Automatic Transmission. This was a 6-Year Custom Build project that was completed in 2000. The C10 is a classic and one of the most sought-after trucks by collectors today. This example has been finished perfectly and it a quality show car. It features many upgrades from its Frame-Off build.The build consists of; Chassis from a 1971 GMC Suburban - Tailgate, 1968 Front Body including Bumper, Grille, Hood, and Headlights, 1972 Body including Cab and Bed, Complete Paint Job in 1999, Rebuilt 1974 350c.i. Engine (Forged Pistons, Comp Cams, Balanced and Blue Printed, Speed Demon Barry Grant Carb 750cm, Ported Vortec Heads, and Sanderson headers), 2.5 Exhaust with Dynamax Muffler, 4-Speed Automatic Transmission (GM 700 R4 with Overdrive), Boyd Coddington 17 Wheels, Fiber Glass Tonneau Cover, Custom Suspension (Bell Tech Front Spindles 2, 4.5 Spring in the Front, 6 Springs in the Rear, Front and Rear Sway Bars), All Shocks Replaced in 2014, Power Brakes (Front Disc, Rear Drum, Dual Diagram Brake Booster, All Metal Stainless Brake Lines), and a Kenwood Head Unit.Only 2,500 Miles on rebuilt Transmission from 2008 and only 2 Owners Since Custom Build. This truck also includes; Shop Manuals, OEM 1972 Radio, Truck Cover, and TU Paint.The first Chevrolet C/K pickup was built in 1960 and was produced over four generations. This truck lineup was offered in various body styles and trim levels. This 1972 Chevy Cheyenne C-10 pickup is a second generation truck that features many upgrades. Beautiful matching paint colors take the dashboard to the next level. Cream Vinyl Bench Seat allows for the perfect contrast and comfort while cruising down the road. Color-matched bed coating with a top. Don&apos;t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own an iconic piece of the American automobile industry.For more information on this fabulous 1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup or any of our 50+ Classic &amp; Collectible Cars always in stock, contact our friendly and knowledgeable sales team today. We encourage you to drop by our Bellevue showroom to see this fantastic C10 in person - always feel free to drop by our 40,000 sq ft of Indoor Showrooms in Bellevue, WA. Home to the West Coast&apos;s most exciting inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Sports, Special Interest and Collectible Cars. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!

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  • 1949 Willys Wagon rust free southern truck, 6-cylinder, 3-speed with...

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    1949 Willys Wagon rust free southern truck, 6-cylinder, 3-speed with overdrive, runs great!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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  • * 289 HP Engine With Performance Cam
    * 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    *...

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    * 289 HP Engine With Performance Cam
    * 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    * Frame Up Restoration
    * SC Truck
    * Retains All Original Stainless-Chrome-Glass
    * Holley Dual Line Double Pumper Carb
    * Eldebrock Aluminum Intake & Valve Covers
    * Original Spare
    * Power Steering
    * Cragar Wheels

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  • * Part of the Davis Collection
    * 396/325 4 Speed
    * North Carolina...

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    * Part of the Davis Collection
    * 396/325 4 Speed
    * North Carolina Car
    * Still has Smog System Intact
    * Fresh Frame Off Restoration
    * Fully Documented
    * Original Protect O Plate
    * Owner History

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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
    * 304 V8 3 Speed
    * 4X4
    * 2 Owner
    * Virginia Jeep
    * Just Completed $50K Frame Off Restoration

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