Gorgeous re-creation of a 1967 Cobra in deep red paint. The Cobra was built in 1984 by Classic Performance Inc. in Texas. The body is from North American Fiberglass. Has a Steve Arntz tubular frame for the car and it has an IRS Jaguar rear end with 3.54 gears and JPZ rear brakes. The car contains a 1970 BOSS 302 engine, that is balanced and blue printed, roller rocker arms, heads ported, 3 angle valves and 12:1 forged TWR pistons and Holley 670 carburetor. The transmission is a Ford HD top loader with Hurst 4-speed shifter and scatter shield. The wheels are very nice Shelby Trans Am 8 ½”x15″.
350 engine with a mild cam, Edelbrock intake and carburetor, 350 turbo transmission.
This highly correct Rally Green Z/28 RS features the correct matching numbers 302/290hp engine, with all casting numbers, date and suffix codes correct to the car and matching the VIN. Great features include the original aluminum intake with 800cfm Holley dual-feed carburetor, Muncie 4-speed transmission, 12-bolt rear end with 4-leaf rear springs, 15″x6″ Rally wheels with E70x15 Goodyear tires, special gauge package including 6,000rpm tach, console mounted gauge cluster, clock, wood grain steering wheel and 4-piston power disc brakes. Front and rear bumper guard, front and rear spoilers and the functional Cowl Induction hood round out the exterior. Solid, rust-free and highly correct, this Z/28 is one of just 7,199
equipped with the Rally Sport option.
A lifelong southern vehicle recently restored including paint, trim, interior and mechanicals. A rare option truck including the correct date coded 348cid engine with 3×2 carburetors (HA code). Vehicle was stripped and painted to its original color. Bright work has been reconditioned and is excellent. The dash was stripped and painted. All gauges work including clock. The engine bay has been detailed using many of the original date coded parts. Carburetor’s have been rebuilt with upgraded linkage and still retains its original silencer air cleaner. New exhaust, new brakes and freshened engine. Other unique options include power steering, power brakes and a new set of Coker radial large white wall tires. This 1960 El Camino is a solid high end driver rated vehicle.
This is a beautiful 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible. Exterior is a two-tone Blue and White, with a two-tone interior. Powered by a 265 CI engine with a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. It is equipped with power brakes, electric wipers, electric fan, radio, heater, and wide whitewall tires.
Currently running LT1 Corvette engine specs with 202 angle plug heads ported and polished to intake manifold by Hatch. Runs on 91 octane gas. 12-bolt posi-traction rear end, 6-speed racing transmission equivalent to 4.56 ratio rear end with two overdrive gears for good gas mileage and high speed cruising. Competition racing clutch with scatter shield, high performance disc brakes and all new polyurethane suspension bushings so it handles like a new car. Dual exhaust. Air shocks so you can adjust the suspension height.
Street and Performance LT1, 4L65E transmission, custom leather interior, custom Dakota Digital red gauges and cold air. A lot of body modifications. Full custom stereo navigation, TVs and Subs, and many custom features on this 1939 custom Ford.
One of the most unusual new concepts of design is illustrated by this 1961 Econoline truck. This truck was just completed with custom compliments such as upholstery, American Racing wheels and wide whites. This is a forward control vehicle that boasts the description of “Deluxe Pickup.” The deluxe pickup included a long list of interior options but the most prominent option is the rear corner windows. The exterior color is a custom pearl silver paint. The upholstery includes upgraded sports seats, gray and burgundy in color with black piping. Headliner is gray with a burgundy overhead console. Panels and inserts are throughout the cab. The truck is powered by the original straight 6 engine with a 3-speed manual transmission. Another addition is a Flowmaster dual exhaust system. Wheels have been resized from 13″ to 14″.
This 1937 Lasalle boasts a 1971 Cadillac 472cid V8 and an automatic transmission connected to a General Motors 10-bolt, leaf spring connected rear end. The bright orange paint is accented heavily with gold pearl which glows in the sunlight. The car has air conditioning, cruise control, tilt wheel, power steering and brakes. It rolls on 18″ BOSS 338 wheels and is guided by a Nova subframe, a spectacular Resto-Mod.
This car is an un-cut, original restored car. Runs out strong. Power steering, air conditioning and sport styled road wheels. Factory C Code with A Code 4 barrel upgrade. New sport style wheels.
Frame-off restored short bed with original 350cid V8, Turbo 350 automatic transmission and New Process 4WD transfer case Model 205. Howell Engineering tuned port fuel injection conversion starts easy and runs sweet. All original sheet metal except for the passenger door. Two owner truck with clean history. Original owner’s manual and factory glove box label. Notable restoration info includes: 350cid V8 completely rebuilt with an RV cam, Turbo 350 automatic transmission repaired and serviced as needed, Reflex spray-in bed liner, new front brake calipers and pads, new rear brake shoes with original drums, new brake booster and master cylinder, new WARN front hubs, new front and rear chrome bumpers, new steering wheel, original sun visors and door panels, original grille, original fuel tank and location, Flow-Tech ceramic coated headers, Flowmaster muffler, 3″ single exhaust tail pipe, original drivelines were professionally balanced and aligned with all new U-joints. 95% restored. No radio.
This Ferrari Mondial 3.2 Cabriolet has true 2+2 seating. It is possible to sit (in the rear seat) one or two average-sized adults for short to mid-distance drives, and children or smaller adults for longer drives. In 1985, the Mondial Cabriolet received the 3.2 Liter engine from the 328GTB. This boosted the horsepower and reduced the 0-60 time significantly. The new engine provides 270 horsepower and allows 0-60 to be done in 6.8 seconds. This car has only 12, 500 original miles. Underpinnings closely mirrored those of the GT4, with a sturdy tubular steel chassis, independent suspension, transversely mounted 3.2 liter V8 and 5-speed gearbox. In two notable changes, the wheelbase was lengthened some 4″ (100mm) for better interior packaging and space, and a separate subframe carried the engine and transmission. This latter item allowed the drivetrain to be unbolted and removed more quickly for easier servicing. Ferrari, in 1982, installed its new quattrovalvole (four valve) V8. The change injected real snap into the Mondial’s performance. Motor magazine ran the 1982 four-valve Mondial to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds and to 100 mph in 16.2. In 1984, the Mondial Cabriolet debuted and was the first convertible Ferrari since the Daytona Spyder. The Mondial 3.2 appeared in 1985, the redesignation signifying a larger, stronger V8 (3.2 liters, 260-270 hp, as seen in the 328 GTB & GTS).
The two tone red and black paint enhance the styling, the chrome and the trim. Custom features include great leather interior with new original star pattern headliner, one of the most outstanding dashes of any era, the first power radio antenna and first quad headlights, a rear speaker, power steering, power brakes, power windows and power seats. The car has been restored, including engine bay and trunk. The engine is a 370cid OHV V8 with 4 barrel carburetor factory rated at 285hp. 4-speed automatic transmission. Purchase includes original owner’s manual plus original shop, body and transmission manuals. A reliable and very popular drive and show car that looks, drives and sounds great.
21 Window bus with a 2380 stroker motor, Weber carburetors, new transaxle, 4-wheel disc brakes, 17″ front and 18″ rear Billet Specialties wheels, lowered 2″ front spindles, Safari windows all the way around, white and red Sewphine interior, 2007 Corvette red and white exterior, chrome bumpers, Pioneer CD, MP3 and tuner with remote and amplifiers and subwoofer.
This car underwent a full body-off restoration to original specifications and was stored in a showroom ever since. Matching numbers, rust-free California car which was in storage for 30 years before restoration. The car underwent a complete driveline and mechanical rebuild. It has a 265/180hp 4 barrel Power Pack engine with a Powerglide transmission and all new power brake system. The exterior was stripped and refinished in original turquoise and India Ivory paint. All chrome was newly plated, rubber replaced and stainless restored like new. The interior has white with turquoise waffle pattern upholstery and panels. The car has turquoise carpet throughout with turquoise linoleum covering the cargo area as original with all stainless trim polished and chrome trim newly plated. A host of factory and dealer options include Power Pack V8, power steering, power brakes, power front seat, power windows, five white wall tires, bumper guards, spot light mirror, tissue dispenser and more. One of the 6,103 Nomads produced in 1955.
This was a frame-off restoration which took three years to finish where the car was completely torn down. Everything was done from the frame up, all original parts, has original radio, motor which was rebuilt, transmission rebuilt, stripped of every part and completely redone. The interior was done in red and white leather. This Buick was in Hemmings 2010 Collector Car calendar for the month of December. At the Buick National Car show in July of 2009 in Colorado Springs, it received a 393 score and won the Senior Gold Award, the trunk liner and package tray has been completed since. In 2009, at the Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac show in Scottsdale, the Buick won the Best in Show. There has been numerous awards in Iowa, Arizona and Wisconsin.
Completely original 1963, highly optioned 409 big block. Has less than 13,500 original miles. Climate controlled storage since new. Near flawless factory paint, interior, driveline and chrome. Must see to appreciate!