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  • * 4.6L V8 DOHC 32V
    * Manual Transmission
    * Only 300 Made
    * 1...

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    * 4.6L V8 DOHC 32V
    * Manual Transmission
    * Only 300 Made
    * 1 Owner
    * Clearcoat Paint
    * Color-Keyed Rocker Moldings
    * Composite Hood With Flow Through Scoops
    * Tinted Glass
    * A/C
    * Power Door Locks
    * Power Windows
    * Tachometer, Trip Odometer, Voltmeter, Temp/Fuel/Oil Pressure Gauges
    * Tilt Steering Wheel
    * Gas-Pressurized Front Struts & Rear Shock Absorbers
    * HD 130-Amp Alternator
    * Modified MacPherson Strut Front Suspension with Front Stabilizer Bar
    * Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
    * Power Rack & Pinion Steering
    * Rear Wheel Drive
    * Aluminum Wheels
    * Engine Immobilizer
    * Cassette/AM/FM Stereo
    * Keyless Entry
    * Bucket Seats

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  • * 350 CID
    * V8
    * 250 HP
    * 3 Speed TH350 Automatic Transmission
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    * 350 CID
    * V8
    * 250 HP
    * 3 Speed TH350 Automatic Transmission
    * Correct 2.56 Ratio Posi Rear End
    * Power Steering
    * Power Brakes
    * AM Radio
    * 1 Prior Owner Since 1970
    * Original Ttile
    * Original Owners Manual

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  • * Correct 1969 427 CID 425HP 512 Block Engine
    * 1969 Dated Muncie M21...

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    * Correct 1969 427 CID 425HP 512 Block Engine
    * 1969 Dated Muncie M21 4-Speed Transmission
    * Originally A Camaro RS/SS
    * Factory Daytona Yellow with Black Interior
    * Factory Aluminum 427 Intake
    * 840 Rectangular Port Heads
    * 11.1 Compression Heads
    * Original 12 Bolt Rear End with 4.10 Gear Ratio
    * 140 MPH Speedometer
    * Correct XT Wheels
    * Goodyear Polyglas Tires

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  • * 283 CID Engine
    * TH350 Automatic Transmission
    * Holley 4BBL Carb
    *...

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    * 283 CID Engine
    * TH350 Automatic Transmission
    * Holley 4BBL Carb
    * Style Number 1062 FC
    * Third Row Seat Has Been Removed
    * Power Steering
    * Coys Alloy Wheels
    * Pioneer AM/FM/CD

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  • * DZ 302 CID 290HP Engine
    * 4 Speed Muncie Transmission
    * Early Built...

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    * DZ 302 CID 290HP Engine
    * 4 Speed Muncie Transmission
    * Early Built Norwood Car 10 month/3rd Week/1968
    * Console with Gauge Package & Teakwood Steering Wheel
    * Early 7000 Tach
    * Factory Power Steering
    * Factory Power Disc Brakes
    * 52/52 Garnet Red - No Color Change
    * Sheet Metal- Original Quarters, Trunk, & Floors
    * Just Out of Long Storage
    * Display Car

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  • * 5.0L Engine
    * Manual Transmission
    * 1 of 185 in Vibrant Red /...

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    * 5.0L Engine
    * Manual Transmission
    * 1 of 185 in Vibrant Red / Gray
    * Last Year of the Fox Body Mustang
    * Only 4,993 SVT Cobra's Produced
    * Every Factory Option Available
    * Arrived New at McCrackin Ford in April 1993 and Has Remained in Their Private Collection Until Now

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  • * Rotisserie Restored
    * Date Correct DZ Block 302 Engine
    * 4 Speed...

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    * Rotisserie Restored
    * Date Correct DZ Block 302 Engine
    * 4 Speed Transmission
    * 3.73 Posi Rear End
    * MacNeish Certified
    * Rare Options Include Rally Sport Equipment, with Concealed Headlights, GM Vigilite Light Monitoring System
    * Comfortilt Steering Wheel
    * Special Endura Front Bumper
    * AM/FM Push Button Stereo Radio
    * Custom Interior Including Strato Buckets Seats, Center Console, & Rally-Pak Guages
    * Power Front Disc Brakes
    * Front and Rear Spoilers
    * LeMans Blue Paint is Accented with the Black Custom Factory Interior
    * Black Vinyl Top
    * Black Stripes
    * Factory Rally Wheels with Goodyear Bias-Ply Tires

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  • * Georgia Registration Only
    * Small Block Chevrolet V8 Engine
    *...

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    * Georgia Registration Only
    * Small Block Chevrolet V8 Engine
    * Automatic Transmission
    * Turquoise / Flat Black Paint Exterior
    * Custom Black / Turquoise Interior
    * Power Front Disc Brakes
    * Dual Exhaust System with Headers
    * Rear Mount Fuel Cell
    * Chrome Tilt Tele Steering Column with Banjo Wheel
    * New Wood Bed with Stainless Runners

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  • * Real 138 Super Sport
    * Full Frame Off Restoration
    * 396/360HP...

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    * Real 138 Super Sport
    * Full Frame Off Restoration
    * 396/360HP Engine
    * 4-Speed Muncie Transmission
    * 12 Bolt Posi Traction Rear
    * Extensive Professional Engine Rebuild
    * Engine Rebuild Costing over $7K with Receipts
    * Mirror Finish Butternut Yellow
    * Like New Black Interior
    * All Stainless & Chrome is New
    * Bucket Seats & Console with Clock
    * Factory Power Steering
    * Bumper Guards Front & Rear
    * 2 Spoke Wood Wheel
    * Knee Knocker Tach
    * Factory Gauges
    * Polished Torque Thrust Wheels
    * AM/FM Radio
    * GM Hoses & Clamps

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  • * Automatic Transmission
    * Out of a Private Collection
    * Red with...

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    * Automatic Transmission
    * Out of a Private Collection
    * Red with Deluxe Hobnail Interior
    * Factory Turbo Charged 301 CID Engine
    * 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
    * A/C
    * Power Windows
    * Power Locks
    * Power Trunk Release
    * T-Tops
    * WS6 Package

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  • * 455 CID 4Bbl V8 Engine
    * 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    * Factory...

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    * 455 CID 4Bbl V8 Engine
    * 4 Speed Manual Transmission
    * Factory Custom A/C
    * Power Steering
    * Power Disc Brakes
    * Bucket Seats
    * Front Seat Console
    * Formula Steering Wheel
    * Rally Gauges-Clock & Tach
    * Dual Exhaust
    * Safe-T-Track Differential
    * Handling Package
    * Rally II Wheels with Trim Rings
    * BF Goodrich T/A Radials
    * Rear Spoiler
    * Endura Front Bumper
    * Soft Ray Glass
    * AM Radio
    * Rear Seat Speaker
    * Delete Functional Ram Air
    * Custom Trim Group

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  • * Numbers Matching Engine
    * Real RM23 Plymouth Road Runner
    * 383 CID...

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    * Numbers Matching Engine
    * Real RM23 Plymouth Road Runner
    * 383 CID / 335 HP / H/D 727 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission
    * 2 Build Sheets
    * Original Window Sticker
    * Sold New in Asheboro, NC
    * Copy of Original "A" Title
    * Correct F8 Green
    * 593 3.23 8 3/4 with 11" Drums Front & Rear
    * T83 Tires F70X14 Red Streaks
    * W21 Chrome Styled Road Wheels
    * Motor Trends "Car of the Year"

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  • * 350 CID Engine
    * 700 R4 Automatic Transmission
    * Restomod
    * Power...

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    * 350 CID Engine
    * 700 R4 Automatic Transmission
    * Restomod
    * Power Steering
    * Power Brakes
    * A/C
    * New Wheels & Tires
    * Fresh Paint
    * Tilt Steering

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  • * 428 Engine
    * Automatic Transmission
    * Air Conditioning
    * Ten Spoke...

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    * 428 Engine
    * Automatic Transmission
    * Air Conditioning
    * Ten Spoke Alloy Wheels
    * Bucket Seats
    * Limited Slip Differential
    * Power Brakes
    * Power Steering
    * Vinyl Interior
    * Owner's Manual
    * Marti Report

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  • This Nissan Skyline GTR drives great; nicer than many equivalent GTR's...

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    This Nissan Skyline GTR drives great; nicer than many equivalent GTR's with lower mileage, so it's clear that the previous owner maintained it very well. See below for the list of tasteful modifications on this car.
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    <br>172,661 km or 107,287 miles
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    <br><u>SUSPENSION:</u>
    <br>Tein Flex Adjustable Coilovers
    <br>Tein Adjustable Tension Rods
    <br>NISMO Strut Bar
    <br>Aftermarket Subframe Reinforcement Bar
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    <br><u>PERFORMANCE:</u>
    <br>HKS Downpipe
    <br>HKS Silent Exhaust
    <br>Aftermarket Front Mount Intercooler
    <br>Aftermarket Intakes
    <br>Cusco Radiator Cooling Plate
    <br>Nankang Noble Sport Tires (255/20R17)
    <br>Slotted Brake Rotors
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    <br><u>COSMETIC:</u>
    <br>Nismo Front Bumper
    <br>Gen 2 R32 headlights
    <br>HID Headlights
    <br>Prodrive Wheels
    <br>Aftermarket Side Mirrors w/ Electronic Controls
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    <br><u>INTERIOR</u>
    <br>Eclipse AVN557HD Double-Din Radio
    <br>Carrozzeria Rear Speakers
    <br>NISMO Floor Mats
    <br>MOMO Steering Wheel
    <br>Factory Service Manual
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    <br><u>Nissan Skyline GTR Facts:</u>
    <br>Entering production in August 1989, the R32 Skyline GT-R was revolutionary in it’s class. It was nicknamed “Godzilla” in Australia due to it’s ability to outperform the V8 muscle cars that were popular during the time. With a 276hp 2.6L twin-turbo inline 6 and all-wheel drive, it could dominate on the drag strip or road course. The motor was matched to a 5 speed Getrag manual with a final drive ratio of 4.111. Also available was a 4 wheel steering system, helping the GT-R utilize all of it’s available grip. With a plethora of aftermarket parts and tuning it’s possible to push 1000hp from the GT-R.
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  • Very sharp looking, air-conditioned convertible. Cutlass convertibles...

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    Very sharp looking, air-conditioned convertible. Cutlass convertibles have become very desirable because they're attractive, comfortable, reliable cruisers. This one is from Florida, it has a bright shiny red paint job with painted on white stripes. Recent set of BFG tires on the rally wheels. The white convertible top has no tears or pinches. The white upholstery is also very nice, no tears. Very nice dash area. Has Cd stereo with kick panel speakers. Motor and trunk compartments have been cleaned and painted. Its a good runner. Recent mufflers, shocks, a/c updated to R134 etc.

    Air conditioning
    Power steering
    Power disc brakes
    Power top
    CD stereo
    Rally wheels
    Sport mirrors
    White stripes

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  • Just when you think you've seen it all, a car like this 1966 Chevrolet...

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    Just when you think you've seen it all, a car like this 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS shows up and proves that there are still a few tricks to be found. The elegant, classic, and artfully done paint job makes it stand out, but it's still the big power in a lightweight package that makes this Nova truly sing.
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    This brilliant red Chevy II is a showstopper, with a bit of attitude and a lot of artistic talent wrapped up in its nicely done bodywork. The finish is quite nice with a great shine, but that part's relatively easy. What's not so easy is getting the bodywork laser straight and the way the ultra-glossy paint emphasizes the slight kick-up in the quarters makes this former economy car look a lot more substantial and expensive. The paint is deep enough to jump in and swim around in, although it does show a few signs of use with a bit of time and a few miles on the build. No alterations were made to the trim, which is all nicely restored or replaced, and even the hood is original, not some aftermarket cowl-induction setup. You'll note that the bodywork lines up well, critical on even the lowly Nova due to the body line that runs from nose to tail, and they made sure all the brightwork was up to snuff before bolting it back on. And yes, this is a real code 118 SS, so it comes by those 'SS' badges honestly.
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    The matching interior looks very authentic from the headliner to the carpet, and in the same way the exterior is expertly rendered, the passenger compartment is equally well done. Factory seats were wrapped in new seat covers, and the back seat looks completely unused. The steering wheel is big and skinny, as it should be, and the 4-speed shifter lives in a mini console a lot like that found in big brother Impala. Factory gauges are joined by a set of aftermarket dials under the dash, as well as a tach on the column in the usual spot. A/C was added during the rebuilt, and discreet A/C vents were installed under the dash (the system isn't operational but most of the parts are included). The original AM radio remains in the dash and remarkably, it still works! And in back, there's a very clean trunk with a correct mat and spare tire assembly.
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    You could always get small block power in your Nova, so it should be no surprise to see a well-dressed 383 cubic inch V8 under that cowl-induction hood. Customized with chrome accessories that sparkle against the black inner fenders, it matches the rest of the car's highly detailed look. A Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an Edelbrock intake manifold help make horsepower and judging from the condition of the engine bay, it hasn't been driven much since it was completed. Ceramic-coated long-tube headers and Flowmaster mufflers give it that familiar Chevy high-performance sound, and with a 4-speed manual transmission and a 10-bolt rear end, you don't need to worry about damaging this car by having a little fun. The underside is quite clean, with tubular front A-arms and monoleaf rear springs augmented by a set of air shocks. Oh, and there's a giant front sway bar that really nails down the handling plus a set of traction bars to plant the power. The stance is perfect, sitting on those classic polished Torque Thrusts, which are wrapped in 24x5.0-15 and 26x10-15 Mickey Thompson rubber.
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    A very sleek resto-mod that takes one of the most popular cars of the period and turns it into something that'll look awesome for years to come. Call today!

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  • If you’re looking for the right off-road machine, you know this 2011...

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    If you’re looking for the right off-road machine, you know this 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor 4x4 is it. Besides having a stellar appearance from its ultra-low mileage and a ton of tough upgrades, this is the larger V8 and shorter wheelbase version. So your adventure begins where most others end.
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    Molten Orange was the color of the first Raptor ever sold, and you can see exactly why. It has a fire-like hue that instantly lets you know it means business. And with such low mileage on this truck, the factory paint hasn’t had the time to live in a mud pit, so you still get that showroom shine. But you also know this truck isn’t straight from the factory. There has been a small fortune invested in getting all the best off-road components from Addictive Desert Designs (ADD). It starts with the large front guard that has a large 35-inch LED light bar, and it even looks like it came off the Raptor R Baja runner. Plus, there’s custom ADD bumpers, fender flares with skull graphics in them, and a full roll bar package that incorporates a tire holder and another LARGER 42-inch light bar. This tough truck is finished off with 20-inch HRE performance wheels that have a matte black finish so they look good even when playing in the dirt.
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    Inside the orange and black theme continues with a factory two-tone interior loaded with all the modern convenience you could want. This includes ice-cold air conditioning, power windows, power locks, key-less entry, heated seats, cup holders, center console storage, cruise control, and a powerful Sony AM/FM/CD/XM stereo that has aux inputs and Bluetooth for modern device integration. The leather seats are power adjustable on the front buckets. Plus, ultra-low mileage means there was little time to even put a crease in the leather. You don’t have to leave the trailer behind when you go out on an adventure thanks to a hitch and trailer brake. Also, a modern vehicle also means modern safety features like dual front airbags, side air bags, anti-lock brakes, and a backup camera.
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    This Raptor has some big advantages over others, and you really notice it under the hood. It starts with the 6.2-liter motor. It produces 411 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque, making it one of the largest and most powerful V8s Ford has offered in modern times. And the six-speed automatic transmission has the right gears to take full advantage of the big V8. This year is the sweet spot for Raptors, because the standard motor was smaller in previous years, and you can’t even get a V8 in today’s Raptor. Another great advantage of this one is the Crew Cab’s shorter wheel base, because if you’re going to leave the trail behind, this is essential. Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) built these to be true dessert runner right out of the box. That’s why it has Fox Racing shocks with external reservoirs, a huge amount of suspension travel, and a special off-road mode that maximizes the 4x4 use at high speed. SVT widened the F-150’s track, beefed up the A-arms, and added ride height. It’s fun to look at all these factory upgrades in the undercarriage photos. And while you’re looking down there, you’ll see the clean presentation and factory markings that, once again, remind you that you’ll be the first one to really ever take this Raptor off-road. AMP Research steps help you to enter and exit this amazing build. Plus, with power steering, a big Brembo four-wheel disc brake package, and the deep grooves of the Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires, you can truly go anywhere with confidence.
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    This upgraded and ideal Raptor comes with all the right paperwork, including the original window sticker, title documentation, owner’s manual, and service manuals. This is a seriously mean machine that’s ready to take you anywhere. Call now!

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  • Equipped with a big block V8 and recently spruced up with a new coat of...

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    Equipped with a big block V8 and recently spruced up with a new coat of paint, this 1986 Chevrolet C20 Camper Special stands at the ready to be your proverbial workhorse. More than capable of handling all the equipment you might heap upon it, it’s also plenty solid enough to be your daily driver as you embark to ply your trade at worksites near and far.
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    After more than 30 years in service, everything still remains straight and true on this venerable truck. From the sturdy chrome push bar up front that’s entrusted with protecting the deep black grille behind it, to the stretch of steel diamond plate running under the cabin to the flat black steel grate mounted behind the rear window to guard against shifting cargo, this truck is no blue-collar pretender – it’s all about rugged service. It’s looking great, as well, having recently benefitted from a new, especially clean paint job that’s set off nicely by all that chrome in front and the flat black rear bumper with chrome dual exhausts to the rear. It wears its years well – the front bumper sits table-straight under that black grille and the doors have a uniform gap around them. From the back, the raised Chevrolet lettering stands in relief against an undamaged liftgate. It sits a bit higher than stock, with a slight incline that further underscores its rugged capability.
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    Inside the cabin, the saddle colored vinyl interior is in fine shape. The two-toned bench seat doesn’t shows a lot of wear and remains very comfortable, and the door panels on both sides look particularly fresh and grime-free, flushly-mounted against their steel surroundings. Take a look through the matching, padded steering steel with its blue Chevy bowtie in the center and you’ll see that the saddle-colored dash area, offset by freshly painted white steel underneath, has been well-looked after. The full complement of gauges stare back at you through clear lenses, encircled by freshly-detailed silver bezels and surrounded by the burl-pattern of the instrument cluster. It may give off a stone-cold serious vibe, but this is far from a spartan truck, as it’s equipped with an A/C system complete with a new compressor — breathing plenty strong through new-looking and well-placed black registers — as well as cruise control and a JVC AM/FM/CD player. In back, the bed looks just as you would want in a serious work truck like this, a sturdy steel surface showing no obvious dents on its floor or sides, only hearty evidence of its service.
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    Lift the hood and you’ll be able to tell right away that this C20 is no plodder. That’s a 454 V8 residing in the freshly cleaned engine compartment, the strongest powerplant available at the time this truck began life, putting out plenty of torque for your everyday needs. Well-detailed with a fresh set of valve covers and an Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and air cleaner, it fires right up, idles smoothly and is paired with a sturdy TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. Combine this rock-solid drivetrain with power steering and power brakes — discs up front — and you have all the evidence you need that this truck is more than capable of being your daily driver. This sturdy workhorse sits on a set of 15” steel alloy rims, wrapped in Hankook radials.
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    In the market for a well-priced, well-equipped and rugged work truck that’ll handle all the equipment to do the job and get you to and from the work site with plenty of power and comfort? You have to check out this 1983 Chevrolet C20 Camper Special. Call today!

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  • This real-deal 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS has been given such a...

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    This real-deal 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS has been given such a thorough restoration, that after looking over the paint, interior, original V8, and every inch (especially the undercarriage,) you’ll swear that we’ve turned back the clock to 1972.
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    You’re looking at the product of a complete rotisserie restoration. This means the factory-correct Pewter Silver paint gives one heck of a shine when you park it at the car shows. Why are we immediately talking about car shows? Because when you have a coupe that looks this good, you’re going to need to leave the house with the trunk empty – it might come home full of awards. After all, this is a real-deal split-bumper Rally Sport car. And while the crowds love to see that, we all know they’re looking for Z/28s, too… and this is both! You even have a copy of the factory buildsheet to prove it. From the deep chin spoiler up front, to the rear ducktail spoiler, the car looks fast from any angle. And this feeling is amplified with black Z/28 stripes. The bodywork is super straight, the crease running along the side is sharp enough to give you a paper cut, and every badge is correct. And we know you’ll catch a few ladies checking their makeup in you mirror-like chrome bumpers. Open and close the doors and you'll find that they move better than even when new, which is remarkable given the size of these pieces of Detroit metal. So if all you’re looking for is a nice Camaro, we can happily show you a few… but if you are looking for an upper-class time-capsule example of an icon, this is it!
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    Inside, the interior is fresh, clean, and premium right from the factory. The high back bucket seats are supportive and comfortable. The coordination of black on the seats, carpeting, door panels, headliner, and dash really help with this Z’s menacing attitude, but it’s far from the whole story. You’ll also appreciate the time capsule quality that comes from the details like the heat/defrost controls and the optional AM/FM radio that are all just as they came from the factory. This is all set in a dash that’s oriented towards the driver, because after all, you are the most important part in this Z/28. That’s why you also get a dual spoke steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the large speedo, tach, and all the rest of the gauges.
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    Under the hood it looks like it’s 1972 all over again… and for a very good reason. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is the original motor to the car (very important on these Zs,) and it has been treated with the respect a muscle machine like this deserves. So during the nut-and-bolt restoration this numbers-matching V8 was treated to the best you can get. That’s why this total presentation looks correct, right down to the hoses. But more than just look great, it has all the correct Z/28 components, such as the aluminum intake, double-hump heads, and Holley four-barrel carburetor. The restored V8 barely has any miles on it since completion, so it fires up nicely and makes a wicked growl from the dual exhaust. This motor makes plenty of power and a ton of torque, so you’ll be glad to have complete control over it thanks to the original Muncie M22 “rock crusher” four-speed manual transmission. Take some time to look at the undercarriage photos. They show you just how thorough a restoration can be when the budget seems limitless. Plus, you’ll see great true-Z features like the front disc brakes and thick sway bars front & rear.
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    This build is so correct that it’s even on the period-correct charcoal Mag wheels with Firestone Wide Oval tires. So you know no expense was spared and no detail was missed. This is the real-deal Z/28 for true Camaro for a real connoisseur. If that’s you, then you don’t want to miss this one. Call today!!!

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  • Bold red paint, iconic hardtop profile, custom interior, and a 400ci V8...

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    Bold red paint, iconic hardtop profile, custom interior, and a 400ci V8 under the hood… this is a real-deal 1967 Pontiac GTO, and it even has a rare pedigree to make this icon even more enticing.
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    If you’re going to drive the original muscle car, then you should go bold. That’s why it’s hard to resist a hardtop in red. But the appeal of this one is more than just featuring the Coke-bottle curves in a Coca-Cola style red. Vertical stacked headlights, mesh grille, big chrome bumpers, hood scoop, and narrow sporty taillights made these the perfect aggressive standouts in the ‘60s. Plus, upgrade like hood pins, large dual exhaust tips, and iconic Cragar SS wheels only add to this classic intimidating street presence.
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    White interiors are always a bright attention-grabber, but this one takes it up a notch. Deep red in the carpeting and on the seat piping draw out the white even more. Plus, the round gauge package and center console are always nice sporty touches, especially set in the premium wood-grain appearance. From the moment you sit down in the driver’s bucket seat, you can tell this is a nicely upgraded total package. Your right hand will love the B&M sports shifter, and the wood rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel is comfortable in your left one. The dash is oriented around you, and so everything is where you want it, including the upgraded gauge package with column-mounted tach. There’s even an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth to make sure you can get your favorite tunes while cruising around in your vintage muscle machine.
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    Under the hood is a 400 cubic-inch V8 that looks like it was built for serious speed. Not only do plenty of component have a great shine, but we especially like how the Edelbrock valve covers have been painted to coordinate with both the exterior paint and the block color. This clean presentation also has all the right performance components like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock RPM intake, MSD ignition, and Hedman headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, this has the right support components like a new gas tank and an aluminum radiator to keep the performance V8 running cool. The stout TH400 three-speed has a 2000 RPM stall to keep you in the optimal power band. But the automatic transmission also makes this a nice cruiser. So you’ll be happy to have power steering and front disc brakes to round out this muscle car package.
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    This GTO also has some cool history as one of only 751 cars to originally come from the factory with a Ram Air package. This info can be verified in the PHS (Pontiac Historic Service) documentation, which is always great to have with a rare coupe like this. So this is a real-deal GTO with the kind of distinction we all are looking for. Don’t let it slip away, call today!

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  • There’s something special about the third-generation Chevrolet Nova. It...

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    There’s something special about the third-generation Chevrolet Nova. It just seemed to hit the sweet spot of serious V8 power, affordability, and style that made them an icon, and this cherry red 1970 example represents it all so well.
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    The first thing you notice on this coupe is the shimmer of the red paint. The luster you see here tells you there has been a solid investment in this coupe. And the extra shine lets you really appreciate the fastback profile every time the sunshine hits it. This is the perfect backdrop for all the brightwork. The bumpers are like chrome kings, and the 15-inch Weld racing wheels help hint at the performance upgrades. And we especially love how the louvered pattern of the SS grille coordinates with the trim on the hood and even coordinates with the rear SS panel. It’s a truly attention-grabbing total package.
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    Inside, you’re greeted by comfortable gray cloth on both rows of seating. This has been customized with stitching in the headrests, rear seat, and door panels for a touch of flair. You’ll slip behind the leather and chrome sports steering wheel, and then catch sight of plenty more performance upgrades. There’s a large AutoMeter tach, shift light, auxiliary gauge trio, and B&M shifter. All of this tells you senses that your favorite soundtrack might not be coming from the AM/FM/CD stereo…. Instead it starts under the hood.
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    There’s only about 4,000 miles on the motor, so that’s why it looks so fresh. The flame-etched air topper, valve covers, alternator, pulleys, and all those other polished components make this V8 look like it’s radiating power from within the dark engine bay. But more than just look mean, this one has the performance to back it up. You’re looking at a 355 cubic-inch motor that has been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, and a roller cam. That means you have plenty of rumble out of the dual exhaust, and plenty of power for the streets. But this build also has the right supporting components. This includes an aluminum radiator to keep it all cool, a Positraction rear end to offer the right grip, and a TH350 three-speed automatic that’s stout enough for to shift through the power and easy enough for automatic cruising. Add in power steering and front disc brakes, and you have one impressive total package.
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    A slick appearance, fresh V8 power, and an affordable price – oh yeah, this is one hot deal. So don’t let it slip away, call today!

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  • You’re looking at a terrific 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car...

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    You’re looking at a terrific 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car tribute convertible. After all, not only does it have a fantastic presentation, a powerful V8, and four-on-the-floor, but also this is one of the few truly born with his iconic color combo!
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    We know you’ve priced the original pace cars already. We all love them, but often they’re too far out of reach, and even the lucky few who get one are often too nervous to really drive one. That’s what makes this tribute so appealing. It carries all the best parts of the fully coordinated package that makes the first-year Camaro pace cars so iconic. Unlike most other tributes, it was born an Ermine White convertible with a white convertible top. And there was a restoration investment later in life to keep these looking bright. Plus, the D91 blue SS stripe on the nose is a great introduction to the correct pace car decals on the door. And this one gets all the details right, too. That includes the RS hidden headlight grille, deep chin spoiler, louvered hood, full-width D80 spoiler, and all that Super Sport badging. It’s the kind of correct total package where we’ll have to leave it up to you if you want to tell everyone it’s a tribute car.
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    As good as this one looks with the top on, it’s even better when you fold down the roof. The blue interior matches the outside trim to create one of the most attractive Camaros of all time. And yes, this is the factory-correct bright blue interior. And the white streak in the deluxe seating completes the fully coordinated and very correct package. All the colors feel especially vibrant thanks to a recent investment. Your right hand is going to love the cue ball shifter, and your left one easily grips the correct thin sports steering wheel. This is how classic motoring is supposed to be.
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    The 350 cubic-inch motor looks great in the engine bay with the bright air topper, matching valve covers, and bold orange block. It makes the V8 look like it’s radiating power. It backs up this powerful impression with upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and a set of Hedman long tube headers that even more power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And you have complete control of this V8 and its high-octane soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. So this speedy Camaro could truly set the pace. But when you just feel like going for a classic car cruise, features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and Cooper Cobra tires on iconic rally wheels makes this an easy choice on any day.
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    So you could pay a lot more for a classic pace car that makes you nervous to have it out in public, or you can pick up a classic first-year Camaro that looks so authentic that crowds will gather. But don’t think about this one too long or someone else will grab this deal. Call today!!!

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  • We love first generation Ford Broncos because they are a cool...

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    We love first generation Ford Broncos because they are a cool convertible around town and are off-road 4x4 ready at a moment’s notice. It’s a skill set that never goes out of style, especially when all these qualities have been enhanced so well on an example like this 1973 example.
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    The boxy bodywork gives this SUV a real machismo, but there’s a lot of style to this one, too. The shade of red is bold enough that it could have just as easily been used for a hot rod. And then there was an intimidating black that was added on the Bronco script, fender flairs, and upgraded cowl hood. Of course, the black elements you’ll love the most are the ones that add to the off-road function, too. These include the tubular front bumper w/integrated guard, full roll cage, tough 15-inch wheels, and the rear tubular bumper that also holds the integrated swing-away full-size spare. And it’s great to have the door endcaps that makes this one resemble the rare U13 Bronco roadsters. But if you’re looking for more weather protection, this one has a black soft top and a set of full doors that come with the sale, too.
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    Another reason why we like the sporty roadster look on the outside is because this one has a very sporty interior. You’ve got an upgraded set of bucket seats up front that have the right bolstering to feel great driving in town and keep you planted on the trial. Speaking of staying in your seat, the five-point harnesses are exactly what you want for serious off-roading. In fact, the rear get a set, too. You’ll love resting your right hand on the B&M shifter, and your left one will enjoy the grip of the sports steering wheel. The dash has great additions like the auxiliary gauge trio and even a cool custom airbrush art. While there are provisions for an AM/FM/cassette CD changer stereo, your favorite soundtrack will come from the upgrades under the hood.
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    You can tell from the moment you pop the hood that it’s no ordinary V8 powering this one. Beyond the clean-and-mean appearance, this one respects the first-year Bronco’s history by starting out with the largest motor they had available at the time, the 302 cubic-inch V8. This one has been upgraded with a Weber four-barrel carburetor, SVO heads, Ford Racing valve covers, and long tube headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust. It’s backed by a three-speed automatic transmission, and two-speed transfer case feeding both axles. Broncos have a tough off-road attitude that’s only enhanced with this lifted suspension and Futura Enforcer M/T tires. Plus, these were the first consumer 4x4 to utilize front coil springs. So that combined with power steering and front disc brakes means this is a great total package for the town or the trail.
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    Complete with build receipts, this is the Bronco represents maximum fun on and off the road. Don't wait...call today!!!

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  • If you want a Mustang Cobra, this is the one to own. This 1999 droptop...

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    If you want a Mustang Cobra, this is the one to own. This 1999 droptop comes with fully independent suspension, five-speed transmission, and the original 32-valve DOHC 4.6-liter engine churning out 320 hp. So it’s amazing this much performance can be so affordable.
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    Those who know Mustang Cobras, also know that 1999 is pivotal. This is the first year of that Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) got to do everything they’ve always wanted to put on a Mustang. Understanding this significance must be why this convertible has been preserved in such great condition. The original Crystal White has been cared for so well that it retains a high level of gloss and shine. After all, that’s exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly car like this. But even on gray days, this one still look great, because the tan top and glass rear window are in like-new condition. Plus, the Cobra got special pieces, like the front air dam, full-width rear spoiler, snake-bitten badges, and a special domed hood. Just like the paint, there has been an exceptional level of care so all these special components look stellar today. The final touch is the set of 17-inch SVT alloy wheels that are so cool, they actually are the wheel of choice for many Shelby Cobra replicas today.
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    There’s a premium feeling throughout the interior. For you, it starts with those supremely comfortable tan leather seats. The performance buckets are deeply bolstered, which is a good idea considering this car’s performance. White-faced analog gauges, a leather-wrapped wheel, cruise control, power steering, and a perfectly-placed stick shift were also all part of the performance package for the driver. Plus, power locks, power mirrors, keyless entry, dual airbags, and the factory AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo will keep everyone happy. But the features you’re going to enjoy the most are the power windows and power convertible top. Together, they mean you don’t even have to leave the driver’s seat to go from enclosed comfort to nothing getting in the way of hearing that exhaust growl. Plus, you can do this much longer into the summer season thanks to R134a air conditioning.
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    Since this car has been so well cared for thus far, it should be no surprise that it’s the original performance-bred V8 under the hood. It looks exceptionally fresh, right down to the hood pad. The DOHC 4.6-liter V8 is a thoroughly modern motor that has created a whole new generation of Mustang fans. The 32-valve setup means plenty of low-end power to get off the line, and the 320 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque mean there’s still power on tap when passing triple-digit speeds. You have complete control over this stout powerplant thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. And speaking of control, this is the only fourth-gen Mustangs that came from the factory with a fully independent rear suspension. Massive four-wheel disc brakes with ABS were also part of the Cobra package, which are backed up by modern performance tires.
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    This two-owner Cobra has been treated with the respect you would want for your future classic. So at this affordable price, we know it won’t be available at this price for much longer. Call today!!!

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  • Finding a great deal on a well maintained 2001 Chevrolet Corvette is...

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    Finding a great deal on a well maintained 2001 Chevrolet Corvette is always a welcomed proposition. But when you can find a rare six-speed example that lets you get to take full control over this icon’s performance V8, well then, you know you’re looking at something quite special.
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    While we all love a red Corvette, this golden gray hue is a great choice for someone who wants to stand out without using a dated color. And the factory original shade of Light Pewter Metallic still looks fantastic today thanks to years of care. Corvette owners are some of the most fastidious and mindful owner groups around. In fact, we have a recent receipt for $8k in recent maintenance. And when this coupe wasn’t out being enjoyed, it was tucked away under garage care. That’s why all the body panels look terrific, and the light rolls evenly across the slick design that was made to cheat the wind. The factory alloy wheels nicely coordinate with the car’s color, which allow the red brake calipers to boldly showcase this car performance, even when parked.
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    The tan leather nicely coordinates with the exterior color. This is good news, because we know you’re going to take the targa roof out quite often to share this total package with the world. You and your passenger get supportive bucket seats, and they have so little wear we suspect there was a recent investment in a correct replacement. These seats are power adjustable so you can always find the perfect driving position. Plus, as a premium performance machine, the Corvette has more great modern features, like dual zone climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual airbags, cruise control, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, and an AM/FM/CD stereo system by Bose.
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    The LS1 V8 was a huge leap forward in Corvette technology. The 5.7-liter V8 is effortlessly powerful, suitably quiet, and surprisingly economical. The factory rating for this motor was an impressive 350 hp. But this numbers-matching original engine has upped its game even further with a Halltech cold air intake and an upgraded dual exhaust. So it’s the kind of modification that doesn’t take away from this car’s heart of originality, but does give you a fine hit of added power and great rumbling sound. Plus, you get full control over the V8 with the six-speed manual transmission – a rare option that will continue to grow in desirability as this coupe matures into full classic status. It has all the right moves on the road thanks to four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, power steering, and a fully independent double-wishbone suspension. So this is the kind of affordable modern sports car that will keep you searching for the backroads home.
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    You’re looking at a great driving future classic that has been given the right recent investments to keep it feeling tight and right on the road. In fact, the only problem we can see is that you’re not the only one who recognizes a good deal. So hurry if you don’t want to miss out. Call today!!!

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  • The 1968 Mustang California Special is a one-year only package that is...

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    The 1968 Mustang California Special is a one-year only package that is starting to come into its own as one of the rarest and sportiest first-gen pony cars around. With all of the factory Shelby touches, low production numbers, correct 289 V8, and solid restoration investment, this coupe would still be attractive at double the price.
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    The Shelby-like appearance of the California Special is no accident. This was based on supercharged GT500 prototype coupe that didn’t see the light of day. That didn’t stop California’s Ford dealers for asking for a special package to heat up sales. In fact, having it in Candyapple Red is the exact way you want this because the original prototype that inspired it was this color, too! The reason why the paint looks so spectacular today is it is a professional respray of the factory-correct color. So the modern clearcoat really helps it pop in the sunshine. All the correct California Special elements are still present, including the blacked-out grille, Lucas fog lamps, hood locks, Shelby-style rear scoops, pop off gas cap, and fiberglass tail with built-in spoiler. Correct GT/CS stripes run down its flanks, and the taillights are 1965 Thunderbird units – it’s truly distinctive from every angle. So this is a rare (less than 3,900 CS coupes were produced) package that will have you talking at all the car shows the moment you point out the genuine “California Special” badge on the rear fenders.
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    The code 2D red interior is another great mark of distinction. But the real reason why all of this looks so good is the carpets, headliner, door panels, and other elements that are not supposed to last a half-century have been replaced with correct new components. You also get a few handy upgrades like the cup holder center console, and a retro-style AM/FM stereo that has a correct knob-style appearance but incorporates modern pieces like a digital tuner and aux input. The driver gets the great round gauge package that came on later versions of the first-gen Mustangs, and ahead of that is a Deluxe steering wheel with a stylized wood appearance in the center.
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    This is an original C-code car, and so you’ll be happy to lift the hood and see the 289 cubic-inch V8 in the engine bay. It has a bold presentation with its correct blue block, “Powered by Ford” valve covers, and correct air topper. Even the details are right like the Ford hoses and clamps, because you make that kind of investment in a special Mustang like this one. In fact, this coupe has less than 400 miles on it since restoration. So it reliably fires up, and that makes you want to take this for a cruise at any time. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and modern Hankook tires on classic GT wheels make the driving experience an easy one.
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    This is an exceptionally rare California Special, and to help you tell its story, this coupe comes with a Marti Report. With all of these features, we’re not sure if you should want this Mustang for a great driver, cherished classic, or a great investment. All we know is at this price, it will be going fast. Call today!!!

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