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  • * 351 Windsor Engine with Two 4 BBL Carbs with Progressive Link
    * Front...

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    * 351 Windsor Engine with Two 4 BBL Carbs with Progressive Link
    * Front End Rebuilt
    * Rebuilt Transmission
    * Bucket Seats
    * Leather Interior

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  • The Mach 1 was introduced for the 1969 model year and became a big...

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    The Mach 1 was introduced for the 1969 model year and became a big success. Standard power train equipment was the 351 Cubic inch V8 that put out nearly 250 HP with the top of the line option being the functioning Ram-Air 428 Cubic Inch 7.0 Liter Super Cobra Jet option, producing an estimated 340 HP as this car is equipped. Also equipped with a “R” Code traction lock and a 4-speed manual. This Mustang is on consignment and comes out of a 20 year ownership with nearly 15 of those years spent on a meticulous restoration. The car was pulled out of orange grove in Florida back in 1999 and was told that the car had been there all of 20 years. At the time the odometer showed 4,000 miles and which is believed to be accurate mileage based on the information given, as the car had been sitting since at least 1979. When the current owner picked up the car, it was in-tact however in disrepair, with a lot of the car being in boxes in the interior and trunk. During the restoration process, they tried to use as much of the factory parts that were included, however some were just not useable like the clutch for instance that proved to be a lot harder to find than first thought. One was finally found in Cleveland, OH. This is also a Radio-Delete R-Code which the Marti report shows only one being built….This one. At this time the owner was unable to locate the radio delete plastic panel and opted to outfit the car with a original AM-8 Track that does work. Body work was done by Jim Witt of Roscommon MI and the engine was completely rebuilt by Meyer Performance Engines using proper 428 SCJ specs. Although not sitting on the original wheels, the stock wheels are included in the sale. As of recent, Hammer and Dolly automotive restoration completed a re-fresh of the car, including brakes and suspension and other odds and ends to make sure that this is a turn key automobile. This is a numbers matching Indian Fire Red R-Code that is an important piece of competition cars that could be purchased off the show room floor. The original Marti report, window sticker and recent service are all included.

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  • 2003 Porsche 911 Carrera2, Silver with grey leather, carbon fiber trim...

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    2003 Porsche 911 Carrera2, Silver with grey leather, carbon fiber trim with grey leather interior. This is your chance to own a 6 speed 911 with very low miles and well taken care of. It rides on Michelin sport cup tires, has legal tinted windows, cold A/C and a wonderful ride and drive. It handles like a dream and makes such a beautiful sound when going through the gears. It has a steel sunroof, Bose stereo, excellent paint, we just had it waxed and polished. The interior is clean and a non smokers car, with some finger nail scratches around the rear parking brake handle. To own and drive this car is to love it and with only 29,000 miles you can enjoy it for several years to come. You already know the 911 porsches six speed is very sought after and hold its value beter than most other high end cars, with some models going up in value every day. Check out the pictures and watch the video. Give us a call to own this fine car Texas Best Used Motorcycles 817-985-8888

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    This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts may not function or otherwise meet our quality standards and may be removed or replaced during our inspection. This picture represents a 'First Look' at the bike and any changes will be at our Service Managers sole discretion. This vehicle has just been added. More info to come…

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  • This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts...

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    This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts may not function or otherwise meet our quality standards and may be removed or replaced during our inspection. This picture represents a 'First Look' at the bike and any changes will be at our Service Managers sole discretion. This vehicle has just been added. More info to come…

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  • This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts...

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    This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts may not function or otherwise meet our quality standards and may be removed or replaced during our inspection. This picture represents a 'First Look' at the bike and any changes will be at our Service Managers sole discretion. This vehicle has just been added. More info to come…

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  • This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts...

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    This is new Inventory and has not been through our shop yet. Some parts may not function or otherwise meet our quality standards and may be removed or replaced during our inspection. This picture represents a 'First Look' at the bike and any changes will be at our Service Managers sole discretion. This vehicle has just been added. More info to come…

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  • Highlights:

    1959 Pontiac Star Chief 2dr Sedan
    One of the Finest,...

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    Highlights:

    1959 Pontiac Star Chief 2dr Sedan
    One of the Finest, Lowest Mile ’59 Star Chief’s in the World!!
    Unrestored, Survivor
    Only 14,000 Original Miles
    Original Western Car
    Completely 95% All Original Throughout
    Has Been in the Same Collection Since 1985
    Original 389ci V8 w/ Hydramatic Transmission
    Super Desirable Sunset Glow & Cameo Ivory Color Combination
    Just Completely Serviced From Front to Back
    Mechanically Excellent
    A True Rare Collectors Item
    Runs & Drives Great!

    Overview:

    Here is truly a find of a lifetime. It is an absolutely beautiful 1959 Pontiac Star Chief 2dr sedan with only 14K original miles on it and is a true unrestored, survivor. This car has nearly original paint, all original interior, all original chrome, all original inside of trunk and all original under the hood. It is an original western car that is solid as a rock. The car has been is a private collection since 1985 until very recently. It was ordered in one of the most desirable colors of Sunset Glow and Cameo Ivory with a matching interior that even has its original sparkle carpet. This is an amazing car that you will never find again with these miles and this original!

    Options/Equipment:

    389ci V8 Engine
    Hydramatic Automatic Transmission
    Power Steering
    Power Brakes
    Original AM Radio (Works)
    Dual Rear View Mirrors
    Fender Skirts
    Wall Radial Tires (Like New)
    Etc….

    Exterior:

    This car looks beautiful on the outside with 95% original paint that still looks amazing. It was ordered in the best colors of Sunset Glow and Cameo Ivory. This car has never been taken apart and has excellent fit and finish. It is an original western car so the body is as solid as a rock. The car has all original chrome and trim that still looks amazing. All the glass and rubbers in the car are original and in excellent condition. It is sitting on its original wheels and mint hubcaps with like new white wall radial tires. They are only original once and this car is a excellent example of a true survivor.

    Interior:

    The interior is completely all original in the car and was ordered to match the exterior colors. It even has its original sparkle carpet in the car that still looks great. The dash and gauge cluster is as bright and shinny as the day it was new. The steering wheel and horn ring are mint. Everything works in the car except for the clock, which is an easy fix. Even the radio plays like it did in 1959. Inside the truck is like brand new and looks like it has never been used. It still has its original spare tire that has never been out of the car. Even the original jack has its original stickers from the factory.

    Mechanically:

    The car runs and drives great. It has its original 389ci V8 engine with only 14k miles on it, so it is barely even broken in yet. Under the hood is completely all original and shows beautifully. This car needs absolutely nothing mechanically and is ready to drive and enjoy. After the car was taken out of long-term storage a short time ago they had the brakes gone through, the fuel system, cleaned the gas tank and changed all the fluids. This car is ready to go!

    Contact Us:

    If you have any additional questions please call us at 480-281-2059 or call our sales manager Jimmy directly at 608-215-8300. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. I also welcome all International buyers. The car is located in beautiful sunny Scottsdale, AZ.

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  • Sure, it might be cold now, but once spring hits, most car guys are...

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    Sure, it might be cold now, but once spring hits, most car guys are going to hunting there next convertible. And honestly, it doesn't get much better than this triple black 2001 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. This 2-owner '01 convertible is showing just over 51,000 miles today. Clean car fax, clean owner history, and a killer look!

    Powered by the original LS1 V8, this Corvette is in great shape for being just over 17-years old. It's not to often you find an all black Chevrolet Corvette loaded with options from the factory and priced to sell.

    Call today!

    QUICK FACTS:
    51,687 Miles
    2-owner
    Clean Car Fax
    Original 5.7L V8
    Original automatic
    Factory Black
    Black leather interior
    18" Rims

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  • You already know us for vintage cars, but we love the future classics,...

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    You already know us for vintage cars, but we love the future classics, too. That’s why this 2005 Ford Mustang GT is such a favorite. After all, it has desirable features like the 4.6-liter V8, five-speed manual, ice-cold A/C, plenty of paperwork, and low miles. That makes it everything from an affordable cool car, to something you can enjoy while appreciating into a full classic.
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    Finished in beautifully bright factory shade of Satin Silver, and spiced up with plenty of charcoal racing stripes, this is the coupe for those who like their Mustangs with both a retro and aggressive appearance. It has all the best sporty touches with the fog lights in the grille, hood scoop, and rear spoiler. And the 17-inch alloys are a great piece, especially on this car because they coordinate with the paint color so well. Plus, this one has some nice upgrades like the slotted rear quarter window covers and cool sequential taillights.
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    Inside, you can instantly tell this is a premium driver’s machine. Less than 8k miles on the odometer means there was little time to put any wear into the carpets, door panels, or the handsome gray cloth bucket seats. Plus, you can power adjust the driver’s one so that you have the perfect position to grab the leather-wrapped steering wheel. This classic-style three-spoke unit gives you clear view at the full gauge panel, including large speedo and tach. And this GT comes loaded with features such as air conditioning, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, tilt wheel, cruise control, and a powerful AM/FM/CD changer unit with aux input for your iPod.
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    The engine is the 4.6-liter fuel-injected V8 that has surpassed the original 5.0 as a favorite for reliable power. And while there are plenty of affordable upgrades to this stout V8, for you collectors out there, you’ll be happy to know this numbers-matching powerhouse remains refreshingly stock. That means you have a V8 that fires up eagerly, idles smoothly, and has the kind of big torque delivery to pull hard through all the gears. In fact, speaking of all the gears, you have the best control over this V8 thanks to the original five-speed manual transmission. Plus, the handling is done right with power steering and four-wheel disc brakes that include ABS. The grippy Pirelli P Zero Nero tires provide the final touch to this capable sports car package.
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    This sale comes with all the right paperwork, including the window sticker, dealer invoice, original warranty card, full owner’s manual packet, service manuals, and maintenance records (it received the right dealer maintenance so much that it has a loyalty card!) This speedy and well-documented pony is going to be running out of here quick at such a value price. Call today!!!

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  • Mustang, convertible, and Shelby – these are three words that guarantee...

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    Mustang, convertible, and Shelby – these are three words that guarantee big fun and desirability. So when you can find a nicely documented 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby convertible in a terrific color combo, loaded, and has low mileage, well then the only other describing word you need is “now.”
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    This is arguably the best color combo around. The retro-style Mustang styling lines meet a cool modern shade of Vista Blue for a very attractive first impression. And the silver rocker stripes and racing stripes on top are great standouts to instantly tell everyone this is a speedy pony. In fact, all the details are quite speedy, too. That’s because the people at Shelby started with some great GT elements like the hood scoop and premium 18-inch wheels, and then added unique elements like the double-billet grilles, GT350-style offset pony emblem up front, hood pins, rear diffuser, and Shelby’s name boldly across the rear. It all is presented so well today because this car has averaged less than 2,800 miles annually. So while the growl of the exhaust will turn heads, the total presentation will make sure everyone’s first glimpse of this droptop is a memorable one.
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    The interior is dark, premium, and driver-oriented – exactly what you want in a Shelby. With such low mileage, the leather in the driver’s seat looks great. The modern bolstering hugs you nicely, and you can power adjust it to your perfect driving position. The leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view at the full gauge package. And as you look to your right, you’ll spot two important Shelby upgrades – a shortened Hurst performance shifter, and a plaque reminding you this is a limited-edition machine. And while all of this will get your enthusiast heart racing, you’ll also love this Mustang for its luxury features. Ice-cold air conditioning, keyless entry, power locks, cruise control, dual front airbags, and side airbags are all part of a loaded package. Plus, the factory radio is the Shaker 500 AM/FM stereo with six-disc changer and an input for you modern iPod. But the features you’ll enjoy the most are the power windows and power convertible top. After all, this means you never have to leave the driver’s seat any time you want to open this Shelby GT up to the world. And when you do take down the top, not only does the roll bar add extra bracing, but it’s like a beacon to other enthusiasts signaling that this is a performance machine.
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    Ford's 4.6-liter V8 was given some nice upgrades for duty in the Shelby GT. This original numbers-matching powerplant came with a cold air induction system and the Ford Racing Power Upgrade Package, which ups output to 319 horsepower and 330 pounds of torque. There's also a strut tower brace that really makes a statement in the tidy engine bay and provides yet another reminder that this is no garden-variety Mustang. Underneath there's an X-pipe exhaust system that gives the Shelby a nice extra growl. More than just power and sound, this car features Ford's Racing Handling Pack, which includes specially tuned shocks & struts, lowering springs, larger sway bars, and a 3.55 limited slip rear end. Add in power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and sticky BF Goodrich gForce tires, and this is a droptop that was meant to be enjoyed on the open road.
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    Complete with the original window sticker and full owner’s manual packet, you’re looking at a cool machine that has the potential to be a great collectable. Of course, we also know you won’t be able to resist adding plenty of miles to this speedy convertible. So you get the best of everything in one affordable package. Don’t miss out, call today!

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  • You’re looking at a survivor-grade example of one of the coolest cars to...

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    You’re looking at a survivor-grade example of one of the coolest cars to come out of the 1980s. This 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS was one of the last of the rear-wheel drive cool cruisers to get the muscle car makeover. And best of all, it can all be yours today for quite an affordable price.
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    Black might be the best of the SS colors, because it gives this Monte Carlo a ton of presence. There has been a lot of care that has gone into this coupe over the last three decades, and so this original factory paint still knows how to shine. Just as important is the wraparound tri-tone striping. These are a hallmark of this SS coupe, and they really pop against the black. Plus, we love this generation Monte Carlo SS because it was built to cheat the wind. The special aerodynamic front end, sleek sides, and subtle ducktail spoiler were all part of a NASCAR-inspired package. Of course what this package really did was give these SS coupes a modern chrome-free look that today makes them mean standout classics. And since 1988 was the final year with one of the lowest production figures, you’re looking at a lot of distinction for not a lot of money.
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    Burgundy fabric was a good choice in this SS. It matches the bold but sophisticated tone of the exterior. And just like the outside, this appears highly original and treated with respect. The bucket seats up front provide good bolstering, but still give the same all-day comfort you expect in any Monte Carlo. Plus, there’s a center console for added relaxation. It’s a luxury performance car, so you get plenty of comfort features such as power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt wheel, electric rear defogger, provisions for factory air conditioning, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. The driver gets a grippy dual-spoke SS steering wheel. And that gives you a clear view at sporty full gauge package (including tach), and it’s all set in a black and red dash that neatly mimics the exterior color scheme.
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    On a car this original it’s great to see the numbers-matching 305 cubic-inch High Output small block V8 under the hood. Plus, you can see that someone has cared for this car correctly, including fresh hoses and a new battery. Topped by a four-barrel carburetor, it's a strong runner with plenty of old-school muscle car torque. Plus, this setup is linked to a 200-4R four-speed automatic transmission – an overdrive unit that makes this SS coupe a fantastic highway cruiser. The complete driving package also includes power steering, front disc brakes, and thick sway bars front & rear. You even have the grip of BF Goodrich T/As on the correct 15-inch factory alloy wheels.
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    Complete with the original window sticker and owner’s manual, you’re looking at a highly original final-year 4th gen Monte Carlo SS. So when something this interesting is also so affordable, you should hurry up to grab this deal. Call today!!!

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  • All Ferraris are rare and interesting, but this 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS is...

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    All Ferraris are rare and interesting, but this 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS is extra special because it was built for the Italian home market. So this sleek and swift prancing horse is one Ferrari didn’t even want to let stray too far from the stable.
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    A Ferrari really just has to be red. It’s the national racing color of Italy, and so Maranello has spent time understanding how to perfect the application of Rosso Corsa. So we’re happy to see with is believed to be the original application still on the car. And because a Ferrari always gets the honored space in the garage, this one still looks fantastic in its red. With the best gloss and shine, it really highlights the sharp angles of the 328’s design. This quality feeling is elevated further by the level of car that has gone into this car over the years. The panel fit is excellent, and so the hood and headlights remain flat, the unique grille and lower lights stay flush, and the integrated rear spoiler is crisp. Plus, one of the hallmarks of this line is the air inlet that starts in the doors and widens as it flows into the rear panel. And when you buy a 328, you know you want it to look as seamless as this one. Plus, with all the classic elements like the special five-spoke wheels and the correct Ferrari badging, you know this one is a timeless classic.
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    Inside, the gorgeous black interior is exactly what you’d expect from Ferrari. And the low mileage (about 30,300 -- approx. converted from the car’s kilometers) means little time to crease the fine Italian leather. Deeply sculpted bucket seats, the iconic chrome gated shifter that rows through the gears like a bolt-action rifle, and that purring V8 just behind your shoulder blades – it’s an experience everyone should have at least once in a lifetime. The leather-wrapped steering wheel connects you to the road in a way that you probably haven’t experienced before, and you’ll never get tired of watching the glowing Veglia gauges do their dance. Plus, you can really tell the level of consideration in this one by the details, like the tautness of the targa roof and the complete toolkit still wrapped in leather. Even the spare tire looks like has never touched the pavement. The premium features are truly reflective of this Ferrari’s era, which include power windows, an alarm system, and provisions for factory air conditioning. Plus, there’s a newer Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo to let you listen to the best tunes… but let’s face it, you’re real favorite soundtrack will always be singing from those quad exhaust tips.
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    Ferrari’s 3.2-liter V8 is in the company’s fine tradition of providing low displacement per cylinder. It helps give these cars their low-end power advantage that makes them so impressive coming out of the corners. Plus, it’s also the reason for that distinctive exhaust note that will have you always coming back for more. The full presentation of this fuel-injected V8 looks fresh, correct, and well-maintained. It fires up with the kind of quick action that instantly gets your heart pumping and begs for the open road. And when you do give in to these urges, you’ll be rewarded with a car that feels tight and shifts cleanly through the five-speed manual transmission. Of course aiding this sensation is the race-inspired fully independent suspension, grippy newer Bridgestone performance tires, and four-wheel disc brakes.
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    Complete with owner’s manual and the important toolkit, this is the best direct Italian import since Sophia Loren. So take the time to go over all the pictures of the classic lines on this Ferrari, but if you hesitate to long, this red rocket will be gone. The correct VIN on this Ferrari is ZFFWA20B000075606 as pictured. Call today!!!

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  • Most of us know that concept cars, no matter how magnetic their...

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    Most of us know that concept cars, no matter how magnetic their appearance, usually only bear a passing resemblance to the production cars they inspire, but when Chevy unveiled its Super Nova at the 1964 New York Auto Show, it would prove to have a far greater impact than the norm, inspiring its manufacturer to give the already popular Nova II a revamped and decidedly more aggressive visage. This 1966 Chevrolet II Nova SS, with its attention-grabbing exterior, powerful drivetrain and fresh, well-appointed interior, is a great representative of the Nova’s venerated muscle car heritage.
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    Bright red paint, fitting for a timeless performance car like this, sits in place of its original ermine white and provides far more visual impact. Despite more than 50-plus years of action under its proverbial belt, this Nova remains an impressively straight-looking car, with level bumpers both fore and aft, tight lines between body panels and doors, hood and deck lid that all open and close smoothly. You can see the results of Chevy’s aesthetic handiwork, inspired by that pivotal concept car, in the form of this ’66’s flowing, almost fastback-like rear roof line, more prominent front grille, and contoured “humped” rear fenders that are similar to those found on some of their larger models of the time. It’s no accident that Chevy also chose to offer a far more powerful V8 option than ever before on this version, as it looks every inch the muscle car we now think of when the Nova nameplate is mentioned.
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    A very impressive-looking black vinyl interior sits waiting inside. The wide-backed buckets up front look nearly new and straddle a well-fitted aftermarket console that provides welcome extra storage space and perhaps an even more welcome pair of cupholders. To both sides, the door panels have been completely refurbished, carrying very clean trim and sitting flush against their door frames. You’ll find a great mix of stock and new components blended effectively here, as the dash area largely retains its original configuration, but now features an aftermarket air conditioning system under the dash to keep you and your occupants comfortable, as well digital Dakota gauges to keep an accurate read on your important motoring functions. The dash pad sitting above the gauges has a supple glow and sits flat with no cracks — an especially welcome sight with UV damage-prone black upholstery. In back, the trunk area is all tidied up, with a clean expanse of carpet lining the bottom and a full-sized spare sporting a cover with the signature Chevy bowtie, sitting securely stowed inside.
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    Chevy may have had performance-centric aspirations for this Nova to match its more aggressive styling when it rolled out, but the 383-cubic inch stroked V8 certainly takes things a few steps further than they had likely envisioned. Topped with a 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor, the engine pairs with a 700r4 4-speed overdrive transmission to make up a great drivetrain — providing enviable power off the line while still offering engine-sparing low revs at highway speeds. Despite all its rubber melting power, this Nova is an easy driver, with power steering that features a newly replaced steering box, a host of new front end parts for an improved ride, and power brakes at all four corners. A sizable aluminum radiator sits up front to keep temperatures in check during more demanding driving conditions. This pivotal Chevrolet muscle car classic has a great stance on its 17” Ridler wheels, outfitted with Ironman Imove Gen 2 radials.
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    Looking for the quintessential ’60s American muscle car? Look no further than this 1966 Chevrolet II Nova SS. Call today!

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  • Aston Martin’s plan with the V8 Vantage was to create a competitor for...

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    Aston Martin’s plan with the V8 Vantage was to create a competitor for the Porsche 911, but this 2009 Aston Martin Vanquish is so much more car. Show up in a 911, and everyone says, “Oh, look, another Porsche like that one over there.” But show up in THIS car, and, well, people start to think you’re a pro athlete or a celebrity of some kind. Don’t worry, we won’t tell them how that you got it for half the original price.
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    The great thing about the Vantage is that it benefits from all the handling and suspension found on the top-of-the-line Vanquish, the same dramatic styling, and a more tossable, compact package. For drivers who really push their cars to the limit, this might be THE Aston to own. With 5.5 inches less wheelbase and more than a foot shorter than the 2+2 Aston Martin models, it looks like the gorgeous sheetmetal has been pulled taut over its muscles leaving very little wasted material. Finishing it Meteorite Silver only emphasizes the sinewy body lines that are unmistakably British and unquestionably expensive, making for one of the most beautiful cars you'll ever see. Showing 30,530 original miles, that miles-deep paint still looks spectacular, proving that you really do get what you pay for and that nothing else can match old-fashioned hand labor when it comes to finishing automobiles.
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    There’s more evidence inside that Aston was serious about performance when they built the Vantage. The chocolate brown leather seats are exquisitely finished with the finest materials and yes those bolsters are definitely required. Forget wood and chrome, the high-tech interior is full of modern materials that choose weight savings over cosmetics, although every single component is beautifully crafted by hand. The instrument panel is centered exactly so it’s visible through the spokes of the fat leather-wrapped steering wheel and alight with an icy blue glow when you press the big START button in the center of the dash. There’s very little wear on the driver’s seat, even on the high-traffic outer bolster area, and the wool carpets are still just as plush as they were when it was new. Obviously this was never a foul-weather machine, and if you could afford this car when it was new, then you could afford to have someone look after it properly. There’s actually a decent trunk, but that’s not really a priority in your Aston Martin, now is it?
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    The Vantage was extensively upgraded for the 2009 model year, most notably the larger 4.7 liter DOHC V8. With 420 horsepower and 346 pounds of torque it’s docile around town and ferocious when you cut it loose. The rear-mounted 6-speed transaxle gives it almost perfect weight distribution, and thanks to massive Brembo brakes all around, you’ll never run out of stopping power. It starts with a raw bark and settles into a rumbling V8 idle that’s simply sublime at speed and it pulls without effort to its screaming 7500 RPM redline. The Sports Pack suspension is supple, yet capable, making this a car you can drive every day if you want. The undercarriage is quite clean, so it's obvious that the last owner used it only in good weather, and there are no signs of damage, neglect, or modifications. Gorgeous 19-inch forged alloy wheels show off those big brakes to great effect and wear staggered 235/45/19 front and 275/35/19 rear Michelin Pilot radials.
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    With a sticker price of nearly $180,000 and a waiting list of nearly three years to get one, this Vantage was a special car when it was new, and even more so today at a deeply discounted price. Recently treated to its 30,000 mile service and with a clean CarFax, this is an exotic you can buy with confidence. Call today!

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  • *GTO Judge Replica
    *350 CI V-8 engine
    *Automatic transmission
    *Power...

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    *GTO Judge Replica
    *350 CI V-8 engine
    *Automatic transmission
    *Power steering
    *Power disc brakes
    *Wood steering wheel
    *Tinted windshield
    *Remote driver's mirror
    *GTO badges, trim and equipment
    *Rear wing
    *PMD wheels
    *Vinyl roof
    *Redline radial tires
    *AM/FM stereo

    Great entry level classic car. Has some paint issues on rear deck lid and quarter panels. The nose has typical issues you see on these GTO's due to the material they are made from. Small tear in drivers seat is an easy fix. Needs a new rear package tray. We just have too many projects at this time to finish this car. As we start to make these fixes the price will need to go up. Priced today as it sits. Not a trailer queen, built to drive and enjoy at a fraction of the price of a real GTO Judge.

    Showdown Motors 586-791-0778

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  • This 1965 Chevrolet Nova SS For Sale has a 283 C.I. V8 (Date Code...

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    This 1965 Chevrolet Nova SS For Sale has a 283 C.I. V8 (Date Code Correct), 4 Speed Manual Transmission, Correct Evening Orchard Exterior, Correct Black Bucket Seat Interior, True Super Sport Nova, New Interior, Center Console,Day/Night Rear View Mirror, Seat Belts, 15” Rally Wheels w/ BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s!

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  • This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible for sale has a 500 C.I. 4BBL V8...

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    This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible for sale has a 500 C.I. 4BBL V8 (Numbers Matching), Hydramatic Transmission, Said to be Only 35,931 Original Miles, Very Original, Unrestored Car, Correct Calumet Cream Exterior, Tan Power Convertible Top, Correct & Original Light Buckskin Interior, AM/FM/Tape Stereo, Power Antenna, Power Windows, Power Locks, Cruise Control, Climate Control, Tilt/Telescoping Wheel, Power Trunk Release, Dual Remote Mirrors, Twilight Centennial Headlights, 15” Steel Wheels w/ Correct Cadillac Hubcaps, White Wall Radial Tires, Originally Purchased in Fargo, North Dakota, Original Warranty Paperwork & Manuals Included, Very Original, Low Mileage Eldorado Convertible!

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  • Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am,...

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    Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, one of only 1,800 10th Anniversary cars produced with a Pontiac 400 cubic inch V8 mated to a Borg Warner four-speed manual transmission. All of the 7,500 anniversary cars (to commemorate ten years of the Trans Am) were silver over silver and featured an extra-large hood decal that extends over to the front fenders. Most of the V8 cars got an Oldsmobile 403 with an automatic transmission, but PMD stockpiled Pontiac 400s from '78 to install in the four-speed manual cars, which were offered in very limited numbers.

    With the same collector-owner since 2007, this Trans Am has lived a pampered life -- sold new in College Station, Texas, it has always been a Southern car. Repainted once in the correct color to a better-than-factory standard; the car is solid and straight with excellent gaps and no known rust. Wheels, trim, glass and t-tops are likewise excellent. Interior shows well with newer seat upholstery and door panels, but the rest remains in very good original condition. Remarkably correct and unmolested, down to the original eight-track stereo. Fisher T-top bags in like-new condition.

    Very tidy under the hood and underneath with all service up to date. Runs and drives quite well. 1979 sales literature, owner's manual, warranty book, factory build sheet and more than a decade of records are included with the sale. A very clean, well-sorted and rare example that would be a welcome addition to any collection. For more information about this 1979 Pontiac Silver Anniversary Trans Am 400 4-speed for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.

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  • Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette...

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    Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, a very well-kept example owned by the same Atlanta collector since 1993. Timeless color combination of Classic White over Red interior; correct to the trim tag with original numbers-matching engine as well. Paint shows to a good driver standard; bumpers, trim and glass in very good original condition. Recent convertible top and tires. Excellent fiberglass and solid frame with zero known rust issues underneath on the metal bits. Interior shows very well and feels fresh and put-together; original AM/FM radio and all gauges are working.

    Numbers-matching L48 350 cubic inch V8 mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Maintained with an open checkbook by its long-term, dedicated owner, the car is well-sorted and runs and drives just like a small block C3 should.

    A very honest and attractive example with 25 years' worth of service records. For more information about this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.

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  • The Galaxie 500 Hardtop Sports Swift, Clean Body Lines That Say This Car...

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    The Galaxie 500 Hardtop Sports Swift, Clean Body Lines That Say This Car Years For The Open Road. You Can Tailor The Galaxie To Your Own Tastes And Driving Pleasure. Features On This Custom Pro Touring Vehicle: Gorgeous Restoration Of A Solid Rust Free One Of A Kind Galaxie 428 Block Bored &amp; Stroked To 442ci (4.125 Stroke) Edelbrock Aluminum Performer Heads Dual 4 bbl Holley Carburetors Atop Edelbrock Aluminum Intake Finned Aluminum Valve Covers And Air Cleaner Custom Headers With Side Custom Exhaust Billet Aluminum Pulley System Tremec 5 Speed Manual Transmission With Indy Floor Shifter And Hydraulic Clutching Edelbrock Ignition System Electric Cooling Fan Mounted On 4 Core Aluminum Radiator Custom Rack And Pinion Power Steering Tubular Front Control Arms Custom Wildwood Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes With Proportioning Valve Custom AM/FM/CD Audio System By Boss In Glove Box - Rear Speakers Custom Dual Carbon Fiber Wrapped Hood And Scoop With Hood Pins Adjustable Coil Over Shocks On All Four Corners Front And Rear Heavy Duty Sway bars With Urethane Bushings Heavy Duty Ford Rear End Gorgeous House Of Kolor Paint In Orion Silver - Base Coat/Clear Coat Black Custom Bucket Seat Interior Nitto 17&quot;&quot; Tires On Halibrand Type Team III Custom Aluminum Wheels With Center Spin Off Caps 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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  • This beautifully restored 1966 Mercedes Benz 230SL is in fantastic shape...

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    This beautifully restored 1966 Mercedes Benz 230SL is in fantastic shape and runs as good as it looks. It is powered by a 2.3 liter straight-6 engine with 150hp, Bosch mechanical fuel injection and 4-speed automatic transmission. This exquisite 230SL has had a complete restoration to Mercedes-Benz standards. Presented in its brilliant original color of Metallic Red, it has an outstanding cream leather interior. New white wall radial tires. The fully appointed interior also features a desirable Becker Mexico radio. In addition to the fresh cloth top, the iconic pagoda hardtop in matching color is also included. From the famed Charlie Thomas Collection.

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  • Wow! What a truck. Hard to find High Country Crew Cab Single Rear Wheel...

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    Wow! What a truck. Hard to find High Country Crew Cab Single Rear Wheel 3500 Diesel! As good as new with just one owner taking the initial depreciation hit. Clean history report and ready for a new home. This truck is a tow machine! Perfect for pulling a 5th wheel or to use with a larger truck camper. This unit was owned by a retired couple that set it up fore their 5th wheel camper. Shortly after that, they decided to upgrade to a motor home and no longer needed the truck. Their loss is your gain! Stunning white exterior over black leather interior with all the options you would expect from a High Country trim level.

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  • This 1967 912 was purchased new in the Redwood City California area. ...

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    This 1967 912 was purchased new in the Redwood City California area. The owner serviced the 912 regular throughout her ownership. Documents show the 912 was maintain yearly and in 1984 the engine was fully rebuilt. Per the records, she continued to service the 912 routinely until the day she sold it to the 2nd owner in Saratoga Springs NY, with 60,973 miles. The 2nd owner had a pre-purchase inspection (PPI) performed on the 912 and the PPI is in the records along with photos to document the 912 during the valuation in June of 1994. The records stop from the 2nd owner. It appears to have been purchased by the 3rd owner from Bayboro NC, in 2007. The 3rd owner maintained the records on the 912 and did a mild restoration with a photo documentation of the work. As shown in the photos, the 912 was free of rust or corrosion issues. It appears to only have had the front battery pan replaced during the restoration. The 3rd owner did not drive the 912 much during his ownership and sold the 912 to the 4th owner in November of 2012. The 4th owner has had the 912 since and has shown it in numerous PCA events (winning events as well). He is a 40-year PCA member and a PCA Zone 3 Concours Judge. The 912 lived in Panama City FL, until he traded it to us for a 1971 911E. He did all of his own service work and maintenance on the 912 during his ownership.

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    COA
    Lots of Service Documents
    Fuchs and Steel Wheels
    Weber's and Solex Carbs

    Feel free to call or text any questions 256.702.5185

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  • You are looking at a damage and rust free car with all it&apos;s...

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    You are looking at a damage and rust free car with all it&apos;s original metal. Better yet is the sound of pure Mopar performance that comes from the built 440 engine! Built with the ole street/strip look in mind complete with a set of vintage ET Mag front wheels. The 440 features an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold, Holley four barrel carburetor, headers, MSD coil &amp; wires. The transmission is TorqueFlite automatic with a manual shift valve body and a 3500 rpm stall converter. Refinished in the original color of Medium Turquoise Metallic. An absolute blast to drive!

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  • This 1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible is probably the most iconic American...

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    This 1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible is probably the most iconic American classic car on the road. Dressed in red paint with the red and silver interior just like they are in your dreams. This one has the 283 V8 power pack, power convertible top, power brakes, power steering, and stereo. Excellent condition from top to bottom and runs as good as it looks.

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  • The Shelby name will always ignite your enthusiast heart. But when you...

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    The Shelby name will always ignite your enthusiast heart. But when you can find a 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT that is so fresh and with such low mileage (there are even still factory markings) then you know you’ve found a great collectable. Then again, a V8 stick-shift Mustang that’s been enhanced for driving is something what should also enjoy the open road, too.
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    The Shelby GTs were part of a two-year limited production that took out love for the GT-H Hertz cars and put them directly into our hands without hitting the rental fleet. The Shelby GT package added a deeper front air dam, a special billet grille with offset Mustang emblem, hood pins, and a hood scoop. Out back, you get big SHELBY block letters as well as a diffuser panel under the bumper and twin exhaust tips that shine brightly. While averaging less than 1,700 miles annually already clues you in on how well this one has been treated from day one, its exceptional condition is the real proof of its preservation. The black paint retains a showroom level of shine. And those premium 18-inch black alloys look fantastic with a matching level of luster. Plus, the full silver striping package does a great job announcing that you are taking the reins of a special pony.
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    The interior has been treated with just as much respect as the exterior, and so this one still feels factory fresh. More than just a great preservation, you’re going to love this because it’s a modern classic with all the best amenities. This includes air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, dual front airbags, and side airbags. Plus, the factory radio is the Shaker 500 AM/FM stereo with six-disc changer and an input for you modern iPod. But more than just a coddler, this is a pure driving machine. The driver’s leather bucket seat power adjusts to get you in your perfect position, and the leather wrapped three-spoke sports steering wheel give you a clear view at the full gauge package. Plus, as a Shelby, you get a signed and numbered plaque on the dash, as well as a Hurst cue ball for the short shifter on the five-speed manual transmission.
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    Ford's 4.6-liter V8 was given some nice upgrades for duty in the Shelby GT. This original numbers-matching powerplant came with a cold air induction system and the Ford Racing Power Upgrade Package, which ups output to 319 horsepower and 330 pounds of torque. There's also a strut tower brace that really makes a statement in the tidy engine bay and provides yet another reminder that this is no garden-variety Mustang. Underneath there's an X-pipe exhaust system that gives the Shelby a distinctive sound. While you're looking at the undercarriage, marvel at how little this has this has been driven so that even the factory stickers and markings are on many components. This car features Ford's Racing Handling Pack, which includes specially tuned shocks & struts, lowering springs, larger sway bars, and a 3.55 limited slip rear end. Add in power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and sticky BF Goodrich gForce tires, and you have a total package worthy to carry ‘ol Shell’s name.
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    And because this remains in the right collectable and preserved condition, the sale also comes with the paperwork to continue this legacy. This includes the original window stickers (Ford & Shelby), dealer invoice, maintenance records, and more. So if you’re a fan of Shelbys, or just like modern distinct classics, this is the speedy machine that checks all the right boxes… and it’s available right now for quite an obtainable price. Call today!!!

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  • This 1965 Ford Mustang is exactly what you want if you’re a collector...

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    This 1965 Ford Mustang is exactly what you want if you’re a collector and a driver. After all, an A-code fastback with four-on-the-floor and a great coordinating color combo is the perfect turn-key head-turner.
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    Crisp lines, great detailing, and sporty sheet metal make this one timeless. Bright red is always a great choice on a Mustang for highlighting the fastback’s dramatic long hood/short deck design. Plus, these always had the best profiles with the race-ready rear window slats. Workmanship is excellent, and you’ll probably find that no panel was overlooked when this one was being refinished. It even has some nice upgrades with the GT-style fog lights and trumpeted exhaust coming through the rear valance. Plus, the iconic styled steel wheel package is on double red line tires to really go nicely with the paint.
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    The white rocker stripes not only add some more GT-style class to the exterior, but they also give you a nice preview of the seats, too. Everything looks great in complementing dual colors with red carpets and white on the seats and door panels. Then the two schemes come together on the dashboard for a great unifying appearance. There’s a nice center console with black paneling that matches the glove box and gauge panel for a premium and uniform touch. As a true classic for drivers, nothing will beat gripping the wood rimmed steering wheel with your left hand and grabbing control of the stick shift with your right one.
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    The engine bay looks great with a tidy gloss black presentation that allows the bright valve covers and air topper to really pop. More than just look good, this A-code Mustang is powered by a stout 289 cubic-inch V8 that’s topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It fires up nicely, idles smoothly, and makes a terrific sound out of the newer stainless dual exhaust. This one was built to really let you feel the road, and so you might feel a bit like driving a Shelby Mustang as you take full control of the power with the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, the front disc brakes and modern BF Goodrich tires keep control well in your hands.
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    The sale comes complete with owner’s manual and title documentation. A powerful turn-key fastback like this will always be in short supply and high demand, so you better hurry if you want to make it yours. Call now!

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  • Pickup trucks are undoubtedly one of the fastest-growing segments of the...

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    Pickup trucks are undoubtedly one of the fastest-growing segments of the hobby, and it’s no secret why. V8 power, lots of parts and knowledge around, and unmatched practicality that makes them an easy purchase to justify, and with this 1977 Chevrolet C10, you also get a serious dose of horsepower thanks to a thundering 496 cubic inch big block. Nice!
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    Remember seeing trucks like this around town, maybe loading up at the hardware store or pulling a trailer? A lot of us do, which makes these Chevys in particular a sentimental favorite. We don't know if bright red is how this one came from the factory, but it sure gives the old pickup a great look that’s right for just about any occasion today. The paint is about eight years old and still in good shape overall, and it seems that the only notable modification is a custom grille insert that looks great on the front of this full-sized rig. The bed is in remarkably good condition, indicative of a truck that hasn’t been used for work and was instead a daily driver, and it's protected by a custom-cut carpet and a snap-on tonneau cover so it stays nice and dry. Bright chrome bumpers look great against the red paint, and if we had to wager, we'd say that they're probably original pieces, which gives you an idea of how well-kept this truck really is. And the thing we like best is that there's exactly zero indication of the big horsepower hiding inside. Talk about a sleeper!
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    The handsome red cloth interior is in similar condition, with what appears to be new door panels and everything else in good original condition. Even in 1977, a lot of trucks came with simple rubber floor mats, so the plush carpets in this hauler are much appreciated and suit the somewhat luxury-oriented truck. Options include a tilt steering column, power steering and brakes, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo, but we're guessing that the performance will provide most of the entertainment. This C10 also includes a full complement of instruments that are in great shape with bright orange pointers and clear lenses, and they're joined by a tach down low under the dash. It's not extravagant, but it delivers where it matters.
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    This truck probably came with a wheezy 305, but today you’ll find a built 496 cubic inch V8 under the hood, which is a great choice for the guy who just wants to drive his truck and doesn’t plan any heavy hauling. Starting with a 454 block, it was bored and stroked, then fitted with all kinds of good stuff, like an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold, a performance camshaft, and a full MSD ignition system. All told, the engine alone cost more than $13,000, so you know it's no slouch. It was also nicely detailed but not over-done, so you won't be afraid to drive it. An indestructible TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear end complete the powertrain, and the underside of this truck is in good order if not totally detailed and shiny. The exhaust system was upgraded with long-tube headers and glasspack-style mufflers, so it has a great V8 exhaust note that leaves no doubt about the horsepower it's packing. Shiny aluminum wheels add a sporty look and carry fat 15-inch BFGoodrich radials.
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    For not a lot of money, you have own a sweet-running vintage truck with a seriously potent V8, and if anyone complains, just show them how easily it dispatches Mustangs on the street. Call today!

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  • Don’t let the boxy, truck-like exterior fool you, this is a muscle car...

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    Don’t let the boxy, truck-like exterior fool you, this is a muscle car underneath. With all the utility of a 1986 Chevrolet C10 pickup, it also includes a great-running small block, a sinister black paint job, and a ton of luxury equipment that make this truck an outstanding cruiser for the guy who has everything.
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    These trucks have become icons, having appeared in TV shows, movies, and in our favorite car magazines for more than two decades. And for good reason, because this is one heck of a handsome truck, especially in Tuxedo Black. A clean southern truck, there is absolutely no sign of major rust or rot anywhere, and the bodywork is 100% steel save for the cowl-induction hood, which adds an aggressive touch. The regular cab combined with the six-foot bed makes it exactly the right size to have some fun; big enough to work hard, but not a giant behemoth that needs two tugs and a spotter to park. The five-year-old paint remains in very good condition overall, with an authentic-looking shine that will win fans at shows as onlookers reminisce about the one they used to own that was just like it (only not as nice). All the Silverado trim remains intact, including shiny chrome bumpers, the bright rub strips along the sides of the body, and the stainless tailgate insert. And in case you still want to do some work, there's a drop-in bedliner out back so you don't have to worry about beating it up if you put it to use.
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    The black interior is impressive, and someone has obviously spent some money here recently. The original bench seat wears a cloth that looks original, complete with pleats and vinyl binding around the sides. Everything else is new, including the black carpets and matching door panels, all of which are in excellent condition, and you’ll note power windows and locks are part of the package here. Factory gauges are surprisingly complete and are housed in a brushed-aluminum dash; no fake wood here. This truck also includes factory A/C that blows ice cold, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo, so nobody can accuse it of going light on comfort.
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    If you’re expecting a 305 under the hood, you’re going to be pleasantly surprised by the 350 cubic inch Vortec crate motor that’s there now. With a big hit of low-end torque and a wonderful-sounding exhaust note, this is a pickup with the heart of a Camaro. It looks extremely clean and if I hadn't just told you there was an upgrade you'd swear it was 100% stock, although there's a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and a high-rise intake hiding under stock air cleaner. Everything works as it should, including the A/C, power steering and power brakes, and there are a lot of new components throughout. The exhaust system has been upgraded with a Flowmaster muffler that provides an awesome soundtrack, and a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission makes this truck both quick on the street and effortless on the highway. Dual gas tanks mean it can drive cross-country, and it is fitted with brand new Torque Thrust wheels and fat 31x10.50-15 Uniroyal radials
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    This is a very impressive truck, ready to drive daily or put away as a fair weather hobby vehicle. Call today!

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  • Here’s a 1968 Pontiac GTO with its original 400ci V8, four-on-the-floor,...

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    Here’s a 1968 Pontiac GTO with its original 400ci V8, four-on-the-floor, and slick upgraded black paint. And after you see the price, it’s alright to say “WOW!” because we did, too.
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    This coupe was born Verdoro Green, but let’s face it, one of the meanest-looking GTOs ever needs a color that gives it the right attitude. So the coupe was given a more recent investment in a 1968-correct Starlight Black. This professional application gives it the kind of luster to immediately attract attention in the sunlight, and it has the kind of even application that you’ll even be able to read neon signs off it during midnight cruises. Plus, all the trim and the form-fitting rear bumper shine just as brightly. The standard GTO used rather classy and subtle badging, because it didn’t need stripes or even a wing to stand out. After all, this design was already pure intimidation in any rear view mirror with dual hood scoops, hood pins, and the big chrome bumper that expertly creates the beak-like front end. Add in the iconic Rally II wheels, and this has everything you love about a speedy Pontiac.
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    The factory-correct parchment bucket seat interior is quite inviting with nicely detailed seat covers that showcase the always-interesting Pontiac design motif. Plus, with the coordinating door panels, sail panels, and headliner, it has a nice upscale feeling. Of course you want to drive your classic, so the black carpeting means you don’t have to take off your shoes before hopping in for a ride. Everything looks nice for a classic that is now crossing the half-century mark. There are great preserved pieces like the AM/FM radio and a tri-pod round gauge design with the speedometer prominently in the middle. Plus, there have been some nice upgrades along the way like a newer sports steering wheel with a wood grip, a trio of auxiliary gauges, and a tach to go with the stick-shift.
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    Filling the engine bay is the big 400 cubic-inch V8. You can tell from the clean turquoise presentation as well as upgrades like the air topper and valve covers that this has received the right attention over the decades. But more than just look good, you’ve got some great go-fast upgrade like the Holley four-barrel carburetor, Procomp ignition, and long tube headers. That last one not only adds power, but it also contributes to the thunderous sound of the newer stainless dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this muscle car motor and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the original four-speed manual transmission. And this total power package also comes with power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of Dunlop Qualifier tires, so you can take this GTO everywhere with ease.
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    Complete with owner’s manual, this GTO has the right original features, upgrades, and power to be your favorite muscle machine. And at an obtainable price like this, you know you’re looking at a deal that will be moving fast. Don’t miss out, call today!

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  • If you grew up during the ’70s, you’ll be relieved to know that Chevy...

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    If you grew up during the ’70s, you’ll be relieved to know that Chevy trucks are finally getting their due for something that we’ve always known: they’re just flat-out cool. Basic and rugged, sure, but also handsome in a leathery, hardened kind of way that is all business. Dressing them up with beautiful paint and a potent V8 sure helps, and in the case of this short bed/regular cab 1977 Chevrolet Scottsdale 4x4, it shows that there’s just no way to build an unattractive one. They ALWAYS look good.
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    At first glance, this might just look like another nicely preserved Chevy C/K-series pickup. But get a little closer and you'll discover that the bright finish is quite nicely done with a deep shine that looks great on this vintage pickup. And if you’re going to look that closely, you need to nail down the bodywork, so this one is arrow-straight and doesn’t look like it’s ever had to work for a living. It was resprayed about five years ago, so there are signs of use and age, but you won't be unhappy with this one in your garage. It also comes from down south, so rust is a non-issue here, and even the bed, which is protected with a spray-in bedliner and a flush-mounted tonneau cover and bed rails. After all, it IS a pickup truck, right? A bit of stainless dress-up, chrome bumpers, and big mirrors all give it a flashy look without diluting its heavy-duty attitude.
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    A red interior works well with the red paint, and the cloth bench seat is a throwback to the era when this truck was brand new. The upholstery is a bit faded but remains in good order and pretty accurately replicates when you might have received when you ordered a new upscale Scottsdale back in the '70s. The instrument panel is fitted with a comprehensive array of factory gauges that are a little faded but still keep an eye on the upgraded engine up front. Matching red door panels are in fantastic shape, and simple rubber mats mean you don't have to worry if you're a little dirty when you climb aboard. The most notable upgrade is an AM/FM/CD radio that powers upgraded speakers, and the factory A/C is fully operational.
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    This truck was originally powered by a 305 cubic inch V8, but not too long ago, someone decided to drop in a thumping 350 cubic inch GM crate motor. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor, it’s a torquey, eager partner whether you’re on-road or off. It looks mostly stock and keeps a low profile when you're just driving around and it runs superbly, as you’d expect. There's a giant radiator up front to keep the small block from getting cranky and factory exhaust manifolds feed a pair of glasspack-style mufflers that give it a burly soundtrack to match its look. The chassis is pretty original so it's a bit crusty, but you can easily see that this truck lived someplace warm its entire life. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds the original transfer case and axles, and the manual locking hubs mean someone was serious about off-road traction. Factory Rally wheels look great and help offset the weight of those big 31x10.50- radials.
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    So for you fans of big, burly ‘70s pickups, this one offers great looks, strong V8 power, and a dash of practicality, too. Call now!

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