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  • Offered here is a one-owner 1971 AMC Javelin AMX. American Motors...

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    Offered here is a one-owner 1971 AMC Javelin AMX. American Motors Corporation produced the Javelin from 1967 to 1974 and higher line AMX from just 1971 to 1974. Only 2,054 were made in 1971. This car was ordered brand new by Wayne M. Korf of Wyoming, Michigan and was delivered May 25, 1971. This car comes with all ownership history, including the original owner identification card, AMC consumer booklet, warranty booklet, original owners manual, and ALL receipts and records dating back to purchase, including the Zeibart rust prevention receipt done in 1971.

    This one-owner AMX is finished in original Canary Yellow (code A2) over a Black Corduroy (code 161) interior. It is powered by the original 360ci/285hp V8 with an automatic transmission. The car has 58k original miles and has been meticulously maintained throughout the longstanding ownership. Unfortunately after 46 years of owning this AMX, Mr. Korf passed away. It is an emotional sale for his family but it is time the car finds a new home. You will be hard-pressed to find another AMX with one owner and all ownership history. These are becoming increasingly collectible American muscle cars as they are no longer in production and were only made for a limited time. With just 2,000 made and one-owner, this is a great car at the price offered here. Call or e-mail if interested, or to make a reasonable offer. Thank you for looking.

    VIN Decoder:
    A - Manufacturer: AMC
    1 - Model Year: 1971
    C - Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic Floor Shifter
    7 - Series: Javelin
    9 - Body Type: 2-Door Hardtop
    8 - Class: Javelin AMX
    P - Engine: 360 4V 8-Cylinder
    258971 - Production Sequence

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  • *352Ci 2bbl V8 all stock
    *Cruise-o-Automatic
    *Power Convertible top...

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    *352Ci 2bbl V8 all stock
    *Cruise-o-Automatic
    *Power Convertible top (White)
    *Power steering
    *Dual exhaust
    *Power drum brakes
    *Corinthian white exterior paint
    *Factory Red bench seat
    *Glass appears original and in good condition
    *Factory AM Radio (not working)
    *Fender skirts
    *14"Factory wheels w/ caps
    *White Wall radial tires
    *Chrome air cleaner

    VIN - 2G65X100665 - decodes 1962, Chicago, IL, 2 door convertible, 352Ci 2bbl

    76A BODY = Sport roadster sunliner
    Code M = Corinthian White
    Trim 35 = Red
    Date 23H = August
    Axle = 3.0
    Trans 4 = cruise-o-matic

    Great car restored to drive and enjoy. Gas gauge not working, AM radio not working and a drivers side rear seam in the convertible top is separating. Repainted nicely, chrome appears original. Ready for fun!

    Supersport Auto Sales 586-791-0778

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  • While this 1969 Pontiac Le Mans accurately pays tribute to a GTO in...

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    While this 1969 Pontiac Le Mans accurately pays tribute to a GTO in exterior appearance, when you check out the upgrades to the interior, suspension, and 400 V8, you’ll soon realize that this is one of the best values in muscle machines today.
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    This is sought-after year for Pontiac fans. The upgraded Endura front end has a powerful, pointy presence; the sheetmetal has a curvy Coke-bottle profile; and the chrome rear bumper is expertly integrated into the design. Plus, we love a year-correct color like Mayfair Maize on this coupe. It gives this an approachable first impression. But then people spot upgrades like the dual cowl hood, dark tinted windows, GTO badging, and those shiny 17-inch American Racing Torq Thurst wheels. All of this quickly reveals this coupe’s dark side.
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    You paid a little bit more for a Pontiac back in the day, and the premium difference can be felt the moment you sit down in the bucket seats. All the black elements, including the seat covers, door panel, and carpeting have the feeling of solid investment. This is a comfortable center console car with bright wood appearance panels used through the center section and dash to break up its fashionable black. While all this looks premium and factory-correct, you can instantly tell there have been some nice investments in upgrades, too. You feel it the moment you grab the grippy three-spoke sports steering wheel. And when you twist the key, the AM/FM/CD stereo and full gauge cluster begin radiate a digital glow that tells you there are plenty more upgrades throughout.
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    Pontiac’s big 400 cubic-inch V8 looks great with its correct blue block as well as the upgraded finned air grabber and valve covers. This rebuilt V8 has the unmistakable look of performance, and it’s is backed up by go-fast goodies like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that also contribute to the thundering dual exhaust. Making sure all this power gets to the ground is a rebuilt TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and a stout 12-bolt rear end. But more than just pure power, this tribute car has been upgraded to outmaneuver the original GTOs. It has been given a full UMI Performance suspension upgrade that includes a tubular A-arm front suspension, new shocks, new bushings, and thick sway bars front & rear. Plus, the brakes are now a full Wilwood package with slotted and vented discs at all four corners. There’s even the superior grip of modern Nitto NT555 Extreme ZR tires.
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    Starting to get the full picture on this one? For a very affordable price, you have a muscle coupe that was updated and fortified to be a true street-eating machine. So you know a deal like this speedy Pontiac will be moving quickly. Don’t miss out, call today!

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  • Take some time to check out all the custom details of this 1971 GMC C10....

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    Take some time to check out all the custom details of this 1971 GMC C10. But don’t linger too long, because with the terrific paint, custom A/C interior, and modern fuel-injected V8 providing some serious power, this truck will be hauling out soon.
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    How do you get a workhorse pickup to look this amazingly straight? Simple, invest a ton of money in new panels, like the entire bed, cab corners, inner & outer fenders, hood, and floor pans. And since you’ve spent so much on the body, you need to make sure to invest in a great professional application of a modern paint. That way the modern dark metallic blue can radiate how crisp the whole presentation is every time the sunlight hits this classic GMC. And that’s far from the only big investments on this pickup. You know there was plenty left in the budget for brightwork because, that whole front end has a 10,000-watt smile. And those large 20-inch Ridler wheels do a great job of announcing this pickup’s custom nature even from across a show field.
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    Inside, you get a tasteful tobacco brown bench seat with comfortable cloth inserts. This color coordinates nicely with the exterior blue, and you see that perfectly on the door with crisp brown panels. You get a nice wood and chrome sports steering wheel. Beyond that is one of the most handsome full gauge packages we have ever seen in a truck courtesy of Classic Instruments. This pickup is about offering plenty of upgrades within its vintage appeal. So while the dash looks stock, it has all the right upgrades. This includes the retrosound radio that provides a digital AM/FM tuner and aux input for modern music players. Plus, you have ice-cold air conditioning running R134a.
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    While there are plenty of interesting custom components on the interior and exterior that will draw a crowd, we’re willing to bet the engine bay is what really brings them all to you. That’s a late model 6.0-liter Vortec MAX V8, and it has been so expertly installed that it looks like could have been in here since day one. It’s the kind of OHV multi-port fuel-injected motor that powers some of your favorite more modern GM trucks and SUVs. And because it’s the MAX version, it is the Cadillac-spec unit that features high-compression (10:1) flat-top pistons. There have been even further upgrades, including a mild cam and ceramic-coated Doug Thorley long tube headers. What that means in practical terms is a vintage truck that fires up easily, idles smoothly, and has one of the strongest powerbands you’ll ever experience. Plus, the modern 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive has been installed, too. That means this C10 feels like it’s always in the ideal gear whether you’re in the passing lane or cruising down the highway. The long-haul likeability in this classic is further enhanced by new suspension components, including urethane bushings and a thick sway bar (just check out how clean everything is in the undercarriage photos!) Add in power steering, upgraded four-wheel disc brakes, and the trailing arm rear suspension that made these C10s famously easy riders, and you’ve got a total package that’s truly a superior classic pickup.
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    With barely 8,000 miles on the whole build, this truck has a real aura of authority at first glance, and provides true comfort and power from behind the wheel. It’s the classic GMC that leaves you wanting for nothing, and it leaves everyone else in your wake. Don’t miss out, call today!

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  • Somewhere between a muscle machine and true 4x4 workhorse is this 1975...

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    Somewhere between a muscle machine and true 4x4 workhorse is this 1975 Ford F-100 Ranger. With its powerful big block V8, four-on-the-floor, upgraded features, and off-road prowess, you get an attention-grabbing vintage appearance wrapped in a ready-to-work attitude. Best of all, this total package will cost you less than a brand new 4x4.
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    The metallic tan has the kind of premium appearance you would expect from the high-end Ranger. It gives the truck a nice shine and it’s the kind of color that looks both vintage but with plenty of modern appeal. Plus, one look at the super-straight body, and it’s obvious this has led a good life. And that makes sense considering the Ranger was a top trim available in 1975. But just because it has a premium appearance, don’t forget these were made earn their keep. The wide step bumper provides easy access to the bed, and when you look inside, there’s a thick rubber mat protecting it. And those 15-inch later-model Ford alloys really highlight the lift of the go-anywhere 4x4 suspension. Plus, take note of the trailer hitch with modern plug and trailer brake. So now you know the affordable truck that leaves money in the budget for toys can also tow them, too.
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    Open the door, and you’ll see some obvious signs of an investment in keeping this F-100 comfortable. The tan cloth bench seat looks new, and it’s a great upgrade over the vinyl. The exterior metallic tan paint is used on the dash and along the door tops to add some extra color and give the truck a nice uniform feeling. The driver gets a grippy factory steering wheel, and beyond that are the original gauges and heat/defrost controls. It has been updated with a more modern radio disguised as an original knob-style unit. That way you have an AM/FM digital tuner with an aux input for modern music players without ruining the vintage atmosphere. But we know your favorite soundtrack to this 4x4 is really what’s exiting just behind the doors.
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    There was a big upgrade under the hood. The original 302 V8 was exchanged for the largest motor available in the series. Ford’s huge 460 cubic-inch V8 has been expertly installed so that looks like it belonged in here from day one. And more than just big block displacement, this truck has been further enhanced with go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an aluminum radiator to keep everything cool. And we know you’ll love the fierce bark that comes from the side pipe dual exhaust. It’s a great power package, that when combined with control the four-speed manual transmission, makes for a muscle truck for the streets. But this burly V8 also has another propose. It’s a 4x4 with a two-speed transfer case, enhanced ground clearance, and a great set of Hankook Dynapro A/T-M tires. And no matter if you want to use this for off-road or just weekend chores, great driving features like power steering and front disc brakes make every trip an easy one.
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    It’s time to be the coolest truck to arrive everywhere from the boat ramp to the camp site. This affordable, premium, and powerful package is the kind of deal that’s going quickly. So don’t miss out, call today!

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  • You gotta get excited about a pickup that has spent over half a century...

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    You gotta get excited about a pickup that has spent over half a century as a workhorse, and yet it’s eligible for survivor status at you next car show. This 1962 Ford F-100 is a true lesson in honest endurance, right down to its original motor.
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    Take a look at that Viking Blue paintwork. It has an honest condition that’s going to attract all sorts of attention, and some people will wonder if you’re driving a barn find. It’s the kind interest you couldn’t generate with a pickup that cost four times as much! This truck was about going to work, that’s why you won’t find much brightwork here beyond the original Ford and Custom Cab badges. But that’s actually is an advantage. With the bumpers, factory wheel covers, and roof all rendered in white, you get a terrific two-tone style presentation.
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    The colors of the exterior continue inside. It’s especially nice on the blue and white dashboard. The proper instruments are still in place, right down to the heat/defrost controls and clear speedometer. We believe the steering wheel is original, and it has that perfect worn in feeling where you’ll be reminded of the workmen who came before you every time you grab ahold. And we know you’ll love the old-school mechanical feeling of rowing through the column-mounted shifter. The total experience will make even trips to the supermarket feel like you’re out in the fields on a hay run.
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    Under the hood is the original 223 cubic-inch inline six. The “Mileage Maker” motor was important for those who like using their trucks on the long haul. It’s an important powerplant that’s rarely seen anymore…that’s why we’re so happy to see it still under the hood. And with the correct red valve cover and slick black engine bay, this one shows signs that it has been treated with the respect it deserves. Plus, averaging only about 900 miles annually makes it an appealing survivor. Good maintenance also means this one runs smooth and makes a hypnotic exhaust note. With well-matched gears in the three-speed manual transmission, it keeps up with traffic without any issues. And you might have even noticed that the front suspension has been given some recent attention, including an upgrade to front disc brakes. It’s the kind of package that can surprise a lot of folks as they see you driving around town or going on a lumber yard run.
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    The stories this ultra-low mileage pickup can tell and the places it can still go are worth the very affordable price all on its own. That’s why this original and authentic F-100 is not going to stay with us long. Don’t miss out, call today!

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  • Highlights:

    1941 Buick Roadmaster Convertible Coupe Custom ...

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    Highlights:

    1941 Buick Roadmaster Convertible Coupe Custom
    Extremely Classy & Unique Custom
    Chopped 5.5 Inches By Renowned Customizer Ramsy, known for his work on Terry Cooks award-winning Lincoln-Zephyr "Scrape"!
    Absolutely Stunning Car, Like Showroom New
    Completed Over A Three Year Period
    1961 Chrysler 300G Dash & Driveline
    413ci 375hp Cross Ram
    Induction V8 Engine
    Push Button TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission
    Ice Cold Vintage Air Conditioning
    Started With Rust-Free 1941 Buick Roadmaster
    A True Work of Art & Collectors Item
    Runs & Drives Amazing!

    Overview:

    Here is an absolutely stunning 1941 Buick Roadmaster convertible coupe custom. This one of the classiest customs around with its long, low and sleek body lines. It is also one of the most unique customs out there as is it not a Ford or Chevy but a vintage luxury car that you do not see get customized much. It started out as a solid, rust free Roadmaster before being turned into the beauty you see here. It was chopped 5.5 inches by the renowned customizer named Ramsey, who is best known for doing the work on Terry Cooks award-winning Lincoln-Zephyr "Scrape". It took over a three year period to complete this exciting convertible coupe!

    To really make this car totally more unique that it already is, is its marriage to an ultra rare 1961 Chrysler 300G. The complete drive line consists of a 413ci, 375hp Cross Ram induction V8 engine mated to a corresponding TorqueFlite automatic transmission. The engine and transmission have been completely rebuilt and the pushbutton feature still operates the gear selection. It even has the 300G space ship dash and center console custom fitted into the car to look like it was placed there by the factory. The car also has all the comforts of a newer car like ice cold air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power seats and power windows. It is a wonderful road car with breathtaking performance and sexy looks. It is truly one of a kind custom that would cost north of $200,000 to build again! Don?t miss your chance to buy this car at a bargain price!!

    Options/Equipment:

    413ci 375ci V8 Engine Cross Ram Induction w/Dual 4bbl Carbs
    Push Button TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission
    Vintage Air Conditioning (Blows Ice Cold)
    Power Steering
    Power Brakes
    Power Bucket Seats
    300G Dash & Center Console
    Power Windows
    Power Hydraulic Hood Opener
    Power Hydraulic Trunk Opener
    5.5" Chopped Top
    Lowered Suspension
    Padded Top
    Cadillac Sombrero Hubcaps
    '59 Cadillac Taillights
    Custom Dual Exhaust
    White Wall Radial Tires (Like New)
    Etc...

    Exterior:

    This Roadmaster has an absolutely beautiful paint finish done in its factory correct color of Monterey Blue, which was a color that was really offered on the 1941 Buick. It has an absolutely laser straight body that looks like a mirror and is completely rust free. All the chrome on the car was all redone with a show quality finish. All the body lines, line up beautiful with excellent fit and finish. One very cool thing on this car is that the hood and trunk both open by a push of a button. It makes this car even more impressive when showing this car off at a car show or to friends. There were 1959 Cadillac taillights molded into the rear for cool 50's custom look. The car was lowered slightly sitting on wide white wall radial tires with Cadillac Sombrero hubcaps.

    Interior:

    The stunning all white and matching blue custom interior looks amazing. The custom installation of the 1961 Chrysler 300G space ship style dash and center console was done phenomenally. It really looks like it came from the factory that way and gives this car a true one of a kind vintage look and feel. The car has creature comforts like power windows, power seats and ice cold air conditioning. Inside the trunk is also beautifully finished off and looks amazing.

    Mechanically:

    The car runs and drives excellent. The engine and transmission has been completely rebuilt. Even the push button feature still operates as the gear selector. It has ice-cold vintage factory air conditioning that works absolutely amazing. This car needs absolutely nothing mechanically and is ready to drive and enjoy. It is a very fun and enjoying car to drive.

    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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  • If you’re looking for a razor-sharp custom that’s ready to attract big...

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    If you’re looking for a razor-sharp custom that’s ready to attract big crowds and big trophies, this 210 is just your style! Built to turn heads while conquering the road, this sweet Chevy is the beneficiary of a detailed restoration that culminated in rich House Of Kolor Orion Silver 2-stage. Toss the bonnet and you’ll find 427 cubic inches of Chevrolet big block that’s ready to provide a good mix of fun times and fried tires! Behind that mill, a trusty 700R4 4-speed hangs a polished pan and polished flywheel cover in front of a hooped driveshaft, which twists a highway-friendly axle. That drivetrain surfs a modern frame, which is fully dressed in Hammertone powder coat. At the back of those bones, a 4-bar rear-clip fronts adjustable QA-1 coil-overs with a beefy sway bar. Opposite that clip, an independent front-half centers power rack-and-pinion steering between a second sway bar, polished tubular control arms and two more QA-1 coil-overs. Stops come courtesy of trusted Wilwood calipers, which squeeze a familiar combination of drilled, slotted and vented rotors. Everything rolls on polished American Racing Torq Thrust IIs, which spin 245/45ZR17 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs in front of 255/50ZR17 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs. And, between the doors, you’ll find a custom cockpit that was installed by M&M Hot Rod Interiors of Holly Pond, Alabama. Owning a lights-out classic is cool. Owning a lights-out classic that’s been professionally customized is something few are lucky enough to experience. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for your chance to experience this incredible Chevy!

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  • The beneficiary of comprehensive restoration, this awesome pickup wraps...

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    The beneficiary of comprehensive restoration, this awesome pickup wraps a proven V8 and attractive blue and white upholstery in a timeless platform. And if you’re in the market for some standout Americana, it’s a perfect candidate for miles of parade and years of display! A luxurious Lariat that’s benefitted from a detailed, frame-off restoration, this familiar Ford wears traditional White 2-stage under a bleve of well-placed details. Hoist the hood and you’ll find a 302 cubic inch V8 that’s fully rebuilt and dressed to impress. Naturally, that clean, road-ready mill precedes a clean, road-ready chassis. Everything starts with a sturdy, factory-spec frame that rolls on a fully rebuilt suspension. Behind the reliable Windsor, a rebuilt C4 3-speed spins a tough 9-inch axle that’s finished with road-ready gears. Factory-style power steering makes parking easy and turns a cinch. Stops are provided by power-assisted discs and drums. And power meets the pavement through polished ‘bullet hole’ rims, which twist 235/75R15 Cornell 1000 whitewalls around Satin Black center caps. When you pop this pickup’s doors, you’ll find a comfortable cockpit that, in traditional truck fashion, features tastefully conservative trim. Top dead center, a padded and painted dash, complete with attractive Ranger trim, plants an old school 8-track player between fully rebuilt telemetry, a Quartz clock and controls for the truck’s factory air conditioning. Opposite that ledge, a striped Lariat bench complements striped Lariat door panels. And the driver traces turns through a wood-trimmed steering wheel. With a reliable, well-dressed drivetrain, a comfortable interior and attractive factory lines, this cool F100 is guaranteed to gain fans everywhere it goes. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.

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  • If you’re ready to help redefine “clean” in one meticulously built...

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    If you’re ready to help redefine “clean” in one meticulously built bowtie, don’t miss this 1948 Chevrolet pickup. The subject of an 8-year $269k build, absolutely no expense was spared. The exterior features over 20 modifications including a 5-inch chop, shaved door handles, one-piece hood, and a heavily modified bed borrowed from a 1989 GM pickup. All work was performed at the highest level and is now covered in a sleek coat of white GM-spec paint. Under the hood, a shaved firewall and custom inner fenders frame a dressed 305ci V8 that produces roughly 300hp thanks to additions like the Edelbrock intake and carb. A Pertronix ignition system provides spark while spent exhaust gases exit through ceramic coated headers and a polised stainless exhaust system with Edelbrock mufflers. Behind the small block, a TH350 takes care of shifting duties, sending power back to a 10-bolt rear posi rear with 3.25 gears. A Heidts-updated Mustang II front clip keeps the front end off the ground while new leaf springs and shackles support the rear. Power rack-and-pinion steering and power front disc brakes round out the hardware. Seventeen inch American Racing wheels cap off the look. Inside, a custom white leather interior makes room for Classic Instruments gauges, a Jensen stereo, Vintage Air A/C and heat as well as power windows. Seating is provided by Recaro seats split by a custom center console. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!

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  • Sealed in bright 2-stage, this lust worthy Corvette was carefully...

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    Sealed in bright 2-stage, this lust worthy Corvette was carefully restored to better-than-new condition thanks to a detailed, body-off restoration. As you can see from our high-resolution photography, the car’s profile features great alignment, reflecting a gracefully-aged finish that’s been polished to a stellar shine. That body’s combination of form, fit and flash reinforces the fact that this Chevy was a solid driver before its detailed metamorphosis began. And today, it rolls as one fully sorted curve carver that’s virtually guaranteed to captivate and impress! Tilt the hood and you’ll find a 327 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 that hangs a familiar 3782870 casting number behind a date-correct “RC” suffix stamp and matching 111494 partial VIN. Behind that hot motor, a VIN-stamped Borg Warner 4-speed twists torque through a rebuilt GM axle. Naturally, that drivetrain rolls on a restored double A-arm front and solid axle rear suspension. At the corners of the car, standard drum brakes supplement good handling characteristics with solid and confident stops. Exhaust is funneled through 2.5-inch, true-dual pipes, which make excellent use of long turbo mufflers. And power meets the pavement though Tuxedo Black steelies, which spin 6.70-15 Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewalls around traditional stainless wheel covers. A highly desirable drop-top that wraps a well-maintained, body-off restoration around a hot V8 and tough 4-speed transmission, this slick Corvette offers a little something for everyone. And what’s better: it’s exactly the kind of classic that provides endless fun on the highway and celebrity status in the parking lot. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for your opportunity to experience a stellar piece of American automotive history!

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  • Freshly restored and professionally polished, this tough Toyota is one...

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    Freshly restored and professionally polished, this tough Toyota is one of the most capable SUVs ever built. And if you’re looking to put a little fun on your map, it’s a worldly 4x4 that will not disappoint! The beneficiary of a professional, body-off restoration that took place at Vintage Land in Colombia, South America, this 1972 FJ43 is a rare medium wheelbase Land Cruiser that made its second debut in early 2015. The truck’s mostly-original body was worked all the way to bare metal, promptly re-sprayed in quaint Nebula Green pigment and shrouded in a fresh canvas roof. And presently, that Rhino-inspired shell creates a classy, wet-look profile that mixes searing glares with smooth reflections. Mechanically, this FJ exemplifies that top-notch restoration with a correct Type F engine, which wears a familiar “F” assembly stamp. Based on General Motor’s stalwart Stovebolt Six, Toyota’s famous overhead valve mill isn’t a grossly overpowered piece, producing a competent 125 horsepower. But it’s certainly proven its ability to get this compact 4x4 out of many tight situations and tow just about any moderately sized toy its owners can imagine. Built to mimic America’s hella tough Jeep, this old school SUV features part-time 4-wheel drive and enough ground clearance to give new meaning to the phrase “stump jumper”. The truck’s rugged 3-speed utilizes big gears to serve up an awesome combination of inclement weather capability and off-road prowess. A manual steering rack provides the kind of vintage feedback that excites off-roading purists. Big drum brakes bring everything to a halt. And at the corners of the floor, Charcoal steelies spin 31x10.50R15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As around AVM hubs and simple stainless center caps. So, what are you waiting for? Break out the compass and set your heading to RK Motors Charlotte for your chance to own one of the nicest Land Cruisers on the planet! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Of the many reasons to love the third generation of America’s sports...

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    Of the many reasons to love the third generation of America’s sports car, style is certainly high on the list. As one of the most aggressive designs to ever breach GM Tech Center doors, the C3 set the standard for the official Corvette shape. Then, in the late ’60s and early ‘70s, a cat by the name of Joel Rosen decided to take that standard from a 10 to an 11. In addition to offering multiple parts and packages with pretty much all the style and power your money could buy, “Mr. Motion”, utilizing nearby Baldwin Chevrolet as a sales channel, created unique and sometimes outrageous components that let everyone know you’d officially arrived in style. This Corvette, ordered as a top-option L89 beast straight from the factory, is now supplemented by a Motion Performance Phase III GT appearance kit you see today. That said, one thing is certain: the car’s incredible House Of Kolor Cobalt Blue paint certainly isn’t ‘60s fodder! That vivid candy pigment, accented with an appropriate pearl stripe, was applied in the fall of 2016. Naturally, it’s founded on a body-off, nut-and-bolt restoration. And, quite honestly, this Corvette is one of those cars you just have to see first-hand to fully appreciate. Beneath the pinned hood you’ll find an original big block that, from the factory, twists stout 11 to 1 compression into a solid 435 horsepower. The hot mill spins torque through an original Muncie 4-speed, which hangs in a fully rebuilt suspension that combines optional power steering with upgraded trailing arms and a stiff axle brace. At the corners of the car, 4-wheel power disc brakes ensure quick, drama-free stops. And everything rolls on polished Motion wheels, which spin a quartet of Goodyear Blue Streak Sports Car Specials. If you’re looking for a stunning Detroit super star that has plenty of muscle to back up its killer good looks, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this cool Chevy!

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  • As charming as it is cool, this award-winning Charger SE wraps an...

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    As charming as it is cool, this award-winning Charger SE wraps an original 400/3-speed drivetrain in warm blue aesthetics that are guaranteed to turn heads. It’s the perfect way for any enthusiast to grab a neat old car and enjoy every aspect of the hobby! Much nicer than when it rolled off Chrysler’s St. Louis assembly lines, this slick hardtop is the beneficiary of a no-expense-spared rotisserie restoration that wrapped correct Powder Blue 2-stage around a largely original profile. That profile shows no signs of significant repair, suggesting it was a straight, trouble-free canvas before the car’s metamorphosis began. Panel gaps are good enough to make painted pinstripes line up exactly right. Fresh chrome and highly polished stainless look great under bright emblems and a tight vinyl top. And overall, this fully sorted Dodge is a unique representation of a more luxurious era of Motor City mayhem! Lift the long hood and you’ll find Chrysler’s stalwart, 400 cubic inch B V8 that, introduced to replace the firm’s venerable 383, is a popular choice for high performance builds thanks to its big bore, proven strength and excellent interchangeability. Behind that original mill, an original A727 TorqueFlite spins a 10-bolt axle. Take a good, long look at the body, drivetrain and interior on this sporty Dodge. There’s just no way anyone could build or restore a classic this well without significantly overshooting our asking price. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

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  • Although this slick Chevelle’s Cowl Tag says it originally wore an...

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    Although this slick Chevelle’s Cowl Tag says it originally wore an attractive coat of GM code 57 Fathom Green, there won’t be many guys who argue its sinister GM code 10 Tuxedo Black 2-stage isn’t a big improvement. And to their credit, the restorers did more than just spray fresh paint, they got the body straight, the gaps exact, and the panels flat and wave-free. Of course, one quick look tells us this convertible’s 2012 restoration WAS more than just the ‘deal of the week’ treatment. And in fact, careful examination reveals a frame-off nut-and-bolt rebuild during which no expense was spared to restore every square inch of the car’s sculpted metal to better-than-new condition. If you walked into your local Chevrolet dealer in 1969 and said you wanted a Chevelle with a great combination of power and livability, chances are you’d receive an engine just like the 396 cubic inch L35 V8 you see here. Wearing a correct 3955272 casting number, this impressive mill utilizes a nodular iron crankshaft, hydraulic lifters, oval-port closed chamber heads and 2-bolt main caps to turn stout 10.25 to 1 compression into a nice, round 325 horsepower. Behind the stout big block, a smooth shifting Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed sends power to a 12-bolt posi-traction rear end that’s stuffed with easy driving gears. That awesome drivetrain rides a fully rebuilt double A-arm front and 4-link rear suspension that features fresh coils, fresh KYB shocks and a larger diameter front sway bar. Providing greatly improved turns and modern car stops is factory optioned power steering and correct, fully rebuilt power front disc and rear drum brakes. And at the corners of the car, correctly painted 14 inch Super Sport wheels spin vintage looking G70-14 Firestone Wide Oval tires around pristine trim rings and correct “SS” branded center caps. If you’re looking for a fantastic cruiser that sounds great and has plenty of power, we have your car. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!

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  • 1965 Mustang 2+2 Fastback, amazing original barn find, one owner, only...

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    1965 Mustang 2+2 Fastback, amazing original barn find, one owner, only 67,000 miles, incredible rust free solid body, Caspian Blue paint, Blue interior, 289 cu in 200 HP V8, automatic transmission, fold down rear seat, radio, white wall tires, full wheel covers, runs and drives great!
    Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com

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  • Engine: 1.8
    Exterior: red
    Interior: black, vinyl
    Stow-away...

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    Engine: 1.8
    Exterior: red
    Interior: black, vinyl
    Stow-away top
    Original restored!

    NEW:
    front brake pads and rotors, caliper serviced
    rear brake shoes
    tune up
    parking brake cable
    new carburetor and maniford
    muffler and pipes
    five wheels sandblasted
    five wheels powder coated
    paint, complete
    tires and tubes
    front and rear bumpers
    front and rear bumper guards
    padded dash
    replacement top
    turn signal switch
    alternator

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  • Vehicle Description
    Highlights:
    • 1965 Cadillac Deville Convertible ...

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    Vehicle Description
    Highlights:
    • 1965 Cadillac Deville Convertible
    • One of the Finest, Only 1000 mile since drive train rebuild.
    • Original California and now Arizona Vehicle.
    • Original Survivor '65 Deville's in the World!!
    • Loaded w/Factory Options Including Air Conditioning
    • Absolutely Stunning Car, Better than Showroom New
    • All Original Interior
    • Stunning Paint Finish
    • Stunning Original Chrome
    • Completely Serviced From Front to Back
    • Mechanically Excellent
    • Original Owners Manuals
    • Extremely High Quality Car, Ready to Drive, Show or be Judged
    • Runs & Drives Like New!
    Overview:

    Here is an absolutely stunning, survivor 1965 Cadillac DeVille convertible in truly amazing condition inside and out. This car would satisfy even the pickiest of buyers. It is a completely original car with only 1000 pampered miles since rebuild. The interior is completely original and looks mint. The paint finish is absolutely stunning with stunning original chrome. The car is loaded with factory options including ice cold air conditioning. It has all its original books and manuals. It truly runs and drives like a new car and is an absolute pleasure to drive. It doesn't get any better then this. This is a very high quality car that ready to be driven or shown. If you want one of the best, here it is!!

    Options/Equipment:
    • 429ci V8 Engine
    • Automatic Factory Air Conditioning (Blows Ice Cold)
    • Original AM Radio (Works)
    • Power Antenna (Works)
    • Power Seats (Works)
    • Power Windows (Work)
    • Power Door Locks (Works)
    • Tilt/Telescopic Steering Wheel
    • Auto Headlight Dimming Control
    • Power Steering
    • Power Brakes
    • Radial Tires (Like New)
    • Etc....

    Exterior:

    This Cadillac has an absolutely stunning, paint finish in factory correct. It has an absolutely laser straight body that looks like a mirror. The car looks like it came off the showroom floor and could appear to have its original paint on it. But it looks to nice to be original. The current owner owned a high end body shop and put on one very expensive repaint and the car looks amazing. The car has excellent rubber and beautiful crystal clear glass. All the chrome and trim is original and looks like new. The black cloth soft top is brand new and looks amazing on the car It has a perfect convertible boot. It is sitting on its original wheels and hubcaps with like new tires.

    Interior:

    The beautiful interior looks like new. The dash, gauge cluster and steering wheel all look mint. Everything works great in the car. Inside the trunk is like new with all its original tools and even original spare tire.

    Mechanically:

    The car runs and drives like new. It has ice-cold factory air conditioning that works great. This car needs absolutely nothing mechanically and is ready to drive and enjoy. Under the hood is absolutely beautiful and original. All the bolts and hood hinges still have its original cad plating finish. The original engine and transmission has less than 1000 miles since rebuild… This is one of the finest around! Complete 32 point vehicle inspection performed.
    Call today and make this dream car your reality! To see more HD pictures and video please visit Classicv8sales.com. For more information please call 800-208-4846 or email us at info@classicv8sales.com

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  • Description:
    1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS
    Orange is the new Black…Some...

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    Description:
    1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS
    Orange is the new Black…Some cars are just unmistakably cool from every angle. One glance at this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro and you know there have been some serious investments in upgrades.

    The deep, New black interior including headliner wants you to know this Camaro immediately gets down to business. You sit down in modern custom bucket seats that hug your body better than anything from the '70s ever could. Your left hand gets the custom steering wheel, and your right one may never want to leave the shifter. You have all the right gauges, including Autometer digital and carbon fiber instrument cluster. All of this is designed to get your heart racing even before you twist the key and hear the exhaust roar.

    Because this Camaro has a monster motor, you'll love showing off the engine bay. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is dressed to impress with both plenty of shine from the polished serpintined belt system, super cold AC, components and a bit of dark attitude with the fender walls and air topper. But what you and the other enthusiasts will love the most is the proper Motion valve covers. This V8 backs up its powerful looks with performance upgrades such as the bored .30 over kit, Demon four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, custom cam, lifters and ported, and a full header package. Polished overflow radiator reservoir, new battery, double diaphragm brake system. The coupe makes all the right muscle car growls, and you're in complete control of this sound and fury thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. This is a muscle machine made to go hit the road with great features like thick sway bars front & rear, power steering, front disc brakes, and BF Goodrich T/As on proper Z-28 style wheels.

    Your heart will skip a beat every time the ferocious exhaust fires up in your garage. This Camaro comes with all the admiration of a hallowed classic American muscle nameplate, and more importantly, there's no stress when you want to go out and have a little fun!

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  • 1930 Ford 2 Door Coupe
    All Steel Body, Digital gauges, Ford 351...

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    1930 Ford 2 Door Coupe
    All Steel Body, Digital gauges, Ford 351 Cleveland V-8, 350 turbo Automatic transmission. This is an old school build like the ones we used to have. Nice condition runs and drives well. We can arrange worldwide shipping. Complete 32 point safety inspection performed.
    Description:
    Stick on the floor
    Digital gauges
    VDO tach and shifter light
    350 crate motor
    60 over, cam, lifters
    Aluminum heads and manifold
    Holly 700 carburetor
    9” Ford Rear End w/Lockers
    Front Disk Brakes
    Brass Radiator w/electric cooling
    Tilt out front window
    Tilt wheel w/ Grant custom wood steering wheel
    Call today and make this dream car your reality! For more information please call 800-208-4846 or email us at info@classicv8sales.com

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  • TRIUMPH 1962 TR3, which is very rare with great history as early 1961...

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    TRIUMPH 1962 TR3, which is very rare with great history as early 1961 production for a 1962 USA registration, an early number (low number) TR3 produced for the world market! This collectible vehicle is from Bill Close personal collection and was featured in a 6 page article in the March 2015 Sport & Exotic Magazine. This vehicle is in remarkable condition mechanical condition as restored to top condition, a great cosmetic presentation and very, very top mechanicals completed, repainted in the original color, restored top, door panels, carpet, black buckets with white piping trim, this looks just like the factory promotional brochures, this very strong 2,138 cc, 4 cylinder engine has less than 45,000 miles, very excellent compression with a 156 to 160 lb reading taken, equipped with the proper dual SU carburetors and factory air cleaner, then after sitting for an number of years, this model features the cut down door build with gorgeous swooping fenders, this remains a true classic car design, very nice original chrome, excellent wiring, the 4 speed transmission works great, excellent braking with front discs, blackwall tires, effortless good suspension, see the proper restored ‘banjo' factory steering with spokes to complete the factory appearance, all the original chrome is good throughout, front bumper guards, Lucas headlights, outstanding underchassis and frame that are set up detailed for driven show, the mechanicals and cosmetics are fresh, here is an extremely rare investment 1962 TR3 verified by the ‘numbers' and the promotional material for this very rare car. If you love driving and arriving with style, this one gets everything right. Complete 32 point safety inspection performed.
    Call today and make this dream car your reality! To see more HD pictures and video please visit Classicv8sales.com. For more information please call 800-208-4846 or email us at info@classicv8sales.com

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  • Vehicle Description
    This stunning1967 Volkswagen has been restored by...

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    Vehicle Description
    This stunning1967 Volkswagen has been restored by the current owner who owned a high end paint shop and it sure does show. This 67 Beetle has been painted in a bold Porsche red paint job and features new chrome and badging to match. Under the hood of this favorite classic is a 1600 CC 4 Cylinder engine with dual carbs. Its then been linked up with a smooth shifting 4 speed manual transmission. From there we head in the cars like new black vinyl seats and cream color headliner and painted dash and doors to accent with the red exterior. The owner on this one has only 1000 miles on it since the total restoration was completed. If you're looking for a very nice show winning VW beetle look no further than this beauty. This 1967 VW Beetle is equipped with AM/FM Radio, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Porsche Aluminum/Alloy Wheels and radial tires. Complete 32 point safety inspection performed.
    Call today and make this dream car your reality! To see more HD pictures and video please visit Classicv8sales.com. For more information please call 800-208-4846 or email us at info@classicv8sales.com

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  • 1996 Corvette Convertible - ** Collector Edition ** LT4 350/330hp V8, ZF...

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    1996 Corvette Convertible - ** Collector Edition ** LT4 350/330hp V8, ZF 6 - Speed Transmission, Power Steering, Disc Brakes, Factory Air Condition, BOSE AM/FM Cassette Player, Dual Lumbar Power Seats, Climate Control, 17 Inch Alloy Wheels, Dual Remote Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Power Rear Hatch Release, Factory Silver Exterior, Black Leather Interior, Black Convertible Top, Real Nice LT4 Collector Edition Corvette Convertible, 42K Actual Mile Garaged Kept Car! Investment Grade! Certified Car Fax!

    1996 marked the final year of the C4 Chevrolet Corvette as well as the introduction of a new engine called the LT4. It was available only with the 6-speed manual transmission and made 330 horsepower and 340 lb-ft of torque. The LT1 was still the base engine, which had 300 horsepower and 335 lb-ft of torque on tap.

    With the ZR-1 gone, Chevy filled the upmarket gap with the Corvette Grand Sport and Corvette Collector Edition. The Grand Sport can easily be distinguished by its Admiral Blue paint job with a large white stripe down the middle and red “hash marks” at the front fender. This car was fitted with the LT4 and so was only available as a 6-speed. These cars also featured unique two-piece black five-spoke wheels. The 1996 Grand Sport Corvette was available in both coupe and convertible form.

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  • 1965 FORD THUNDERBIRD COUPE
    VIN 5Y83Z126460

    390 V-8 4BBL.
    3 SPEED...

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    1965 FORD THUNDERBIRD COUPE
    VIN 5Y83Z126460

    390 V-8 4BBL.
    3 SPEED AUTOMATIC
    POWER STEERING
    POWER FRONT DISC/DRUM REAR BRAKES
    DUAL EXHAUST
    TILT AWAY STEERING WHEEL
    VERY NICE RED EXTERIOR
    VERY NICE BEIGE VINYL INTERIOR
    ODO: 32736

    OLD FORGE Motorcars presents this driver quality 1965 Ford Thunderbird. This rock solid square Bird runs & drives beautifully and will command the attention of cars priced twice as much! Gain entry level membership into our great hobby without spending big bucks!

    OLD FORGE ADVANTAGE: Please ask about 120 Multi-point inspection. Our inspection has revealed some minor concerns.

    $12900

    CLOSE OFFERS CONSIDERED
    As with all the cars we offer, we encourage independent inspection.
    "WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR COLLECTOR CARS"

    PLEASE CHECK OUR 100% POSITIVE EBAY FEEDBACK AND BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

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  • 1980 Corvette Coupe - ** 8,249 Actual Miles! ** Original Matching...

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    1980 Corvette Coupe - ** 8,249 Actual Miles! ** Original Matching Numbers L48 350 V8 Engine, Factory 4 - Speed ( L48 Only ), A.I.R Smog Equipment, Power Steering, Power 4 - Wheel Disc Brakes, AM/FM Radio, Factory Air Condition, Power Windows, Tinted Glass, Twin Remote Body Color Sport Mirrors, Anti - Theft Factory Alarm System, Color Keyed Removable Roof Panels, Tilt Telescopic Steering Wheel, 2 Sets Of Rims Chrome & Original Included, Documented With Original Window Sticker, Protect - O - Plate And Build Sheet, Sold New @ Runde Chevrolet Inc. East Dubuque, ILL,, Stunning & Sinister 8K Actual Mile L48 4 - Speed Corvette Finished In Factory Black With Red Leather, It Just Don't Get Any Better Than This! Blue Chip Investment For The Discriminating Collector!

    In 1980, both front and rear bumper covers were restyled with brand new integrated aerodynamic spoilers that resulted in a significant reduction in drag and increased radiator air flow. The hood was also restyled as well. The crossed-flag emblems disappeared from the front fenders and were revised to a more elongated style on the nose and fuel door. L-82 emblems moved from the hood to the front fenders on cars ordered with the optional high performance engine. This was the finale for the L-82 corvette emblem, now producing 230 hp but it could not be mated to a 4-speed, as the manual gearbox was offered only with the small block engine. The speedometer in all cars read to a maximum of 85 mph, mandated by a new and controversial federal law. Air conditioning became standard, as did the tilt-telescopic steering column, power windows, exterior sport mirrors, and the convenience group. New was an optional roof panel carrier that would mount to the rear fastback deck.Many weight-saving components were introduced including thinner body panels and an aluminum Dana 44 IRS (Independent Rear Suspension) differential and crossmember. The new lighter unit replaced the arguably stronger cast iron GM 10 bolt IRS differential. In line with further weight savings, the aluminum intake manifold associated with L-82 engines since 1978 was now installed in all cars. For the first time, due to California emission considerations, a unique engine application was installed in cars delivered to that state and was mandatory. This motor was a 305 cu in (5.0 L) V8 engine rated at 180 hp, fitted with new tubular stainless steel exhaust manifolds, and mated to an automatic transmission, also mandatory. The carburetor and ignition timing were controlled by Chevrolet’s new Computer Command Control system. The smaller displacement engine was not available in any other state. California buyers were credited $50 as consolation but had to pay for the California emissions certification which was $250. For comparison, the L-48 350 cu in (5.7 L) engine, standard in the other 49 states, was rated at 190 hp.

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  • GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this rare and highly sought after...

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    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this rare and highly sought after 1969 Porsche 911T. 1969 brought the first the real changes to the 911 since its successful launch in 1964. Porsche's 911 was now offered in three models, the T, E and S; all which were available in a coupe and targa version as well as a slightly longer wheel base. “The 125 horsepower 911T turned out to be everybody’s favorite, not only at Marlboro, where its relatively high torque at low rpm allowed it to turn the second fastest lap times, but in traffic where the torque once again made it the easiest car to drive.” – Car and Driver, March of 1969.

    This TWO owner 1969 Porsche 911 T offered here is a very tidy example acquired by an enthusiast about 8 years back. Vehicle has just been finished with a full frame off restoration in the last few months and was painted about 2 years prior. The current owner has kept great documentation on this 911T and has included a large folder full of receipts, service records and also a binder full of photos before, during and after the restoration process. According to the owner the engine is numbers matching and was rebuilt along with the restoration according to the records provided. Some upgraded parts include; master cylinder for the OEM brakes, OEM tie rods, lower valve covers, new seats and bushings, OEM shocks, OEM brakes, newer tires and much more. All replaced parts are OEM and the owner has all the original parts including replacement set of polished pistons/cylinders that are unused. The overall quality and performance of this early 911T is amazing, the car is a pure blast to drive as any Porsche enthusiast would agree. The car is strong in every gear, smooth shifting with sure footed handling and excellent braking. This vehicle provides a balanced and confident vintage driving experience that will not fail to put a smile on any face, including the most seasoned performance drivers. Please call or email us today for more information on this 1969 Porsche 911T.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • The Pontiac GTO is an automobile that was built by Pontiac in...

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    The Pontiac GTO is an automobile that was built by Pontiac in generations from 1964 to 1974 model years, and by GM's subsidiary Holden in Australia from 2004 to 2006. The first generation GTO was a muscle car of the 1960s and 1970s era. Although there were earlier muscle cars, the Pontiac GTO is considered by some to have started the trend with all four domestic automakers offering a variety of competing models. For the 1964 and 1965 model years, the GTO was an optional package on the intermediate-sized Pontiac Tempest (VIN 237...). The GTO became its own model from 1966 to 1971 (VIN 242...). It became an option package again for the 1972 and 1973 intermediate Le Mans. For 1974, the GTO option package was offered on the compact-sized Ventura.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1965 Pontiac GTO for consideration. This thoughtfully restored example has been owned by the same individual for the last 5 years, it had a great deal of restoration done very recently and has been trailered to shows and events since, never driven. This model hosts a 455 cubic inch V8 engine that has been recently rebuilt according to the owner and the documentation. Along with the upgraded engine, the vehicle features a 400 turbo 3-speed automatic transmission, power windows, power top, electric wipers and much more. The owner has provided us with a large binder full of receipts and service records that will go along with the vehicle. The VIN decodes accurately to show it is a true GTO built out of the Pontiac, MI factory and was originally a 2-dr convertible. A great find for all those who love the old GTO style but with a lot of attention to keeping it in great running and looking order, call or email us today for more information on this vehicle!

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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  • The Chevrolet Master and Master Deluxe are American passenger vehicles...

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    The Chevrolet Master and Master Deluxe are American passenger vehicles manufactured by Chevrolet between 1933 and 1942 to replace the 1933 Eagle. It was the more expensive model in the Chevrolet range at this time, with the Mercury and Standard providing a cheaper and smaller range between 1933 to 1937. From 1940 a more expensive version based on the Master Deluxe was launched called the Special Deluxe.

    GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1937 Chevrolet Sedan for consideration. This vehicle is done up right and is coming to you in a very sharp Copper exterior paint. Some key features of this vehicle include; newer coils and shocks in the front, newer coils and leaf springs in the rear, rebuilt 350ci V8 engine with small cam, electric fuel pump, HEI distributor, 2 compartment radiator with attached transmission cooler, newer 110 volt alternator, rack and pinion manual system, Ford front clip with 10 bolt Chevy rear end, electric fan with 180 degree thermostat, power front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, polished aluminum wheels with newer tires, original dashboard with modern gauges, 21 circuit wiring harness, power windows, separate inductive tachometer, electric heat, newer rear blue dot lenses with led bulbs, custom third flashing brake light, bucket seats with swivel feature, newer poly gas tank, custom under dashboard lights, custom GPS system in glovebox, newer door seals, traffic light viewer for taller drivers, fiberglass running boards and rear fenders and much more. This affordable example with an excellent structure has many opportunities for the next owner. Please call or email us today for more information.

    To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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