SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Trophy Blue exterior, code correct Blue vinyl interior, White convertible top. NOM 438hp GM Performance Parts 454ci 454 HO crate engine (blown numbers matching 450hp 427ci L72 engine also included), 4 speed manual transmission. Features include power steering, side exhaust, knockoff style wheels, redline tires, power antenna, AM/FM radio. Originally assembled on September 10, 1965, this 1966 Corvette Big Block Convertible features a healthy GM big block crate engine, as well as desirable power steering and side exhaust, and is documented with its numbers matching L72 427ci engine. This cars paint is good-vg ,with a nice shine. Convertible top is in good condition, and chrome bumpers show a vg finish. Weatherstripping is vg, taillights are vg-exc, and knockoff style wheels are in place. BF Goodrich Silvertown redline radial tires show an average of 10/32nds tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1966 Corvette Big Block convertible shows vg-exc seats, glovebox lid, door panels, dash pods, gauges, and carpet, vg center console and correct seatbelts, and a good condition steering wheel. Correct appearing AM/FM radio is in place. The 454 HO crate engine in this car features a chrome air cleaner, aluminum intake manifold, flex fan, Be Cool radiator, and MSD spark plug wires. Please note that the included numbers matching L72 427ci lost a piston, and is not rebuildable. Included documentation consists of extensive restoration receipts dating back to 2006, including documentation for the installation of the crate engine, and a complete front and rear suspension rebuild, both of which were done in 2013. Frame is solid and rust-free. This car has been fully serviced, and all instrument gauges, lights, turn signals, brakes, engine, transmission and rear-end are all in good operating condition. Call us today to bring home this big block droptop! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Our Price: $72,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Nassau Blue exterior code correct Blue interior with White vinyl seats and door panels, White convertible top. 425hp 427ci Restoration Engine with matching numbers, numbers matching 4 speed manual transmission. Features include power steering, side exhaust, knockoff style wheels, goldline radial tires, AM/FM radio, power antenna. Originally assembled on December 8, 1965, this 1966 Corvette Big Block Convertible features a FRESH BODY-OFF RESTORATION, as well as desirable power steering, which is rarely found on big block cars, in addition to knockoff style wheels, goldline tires, and side exhaust. Many purists would consider this car to be over-restored; nearly every component on this car looks as if its brand new, which is really refreshing to see as many of these cars are left in average condition just for the sake of being original. Nonetheless, its obvious that someone paid serious attention to detail when restoring this car, as nearly all major components show correct numbers. This cars paint is vg-exc, with a stunning, mile-deep shine. Convertible top is exc, and all exterior glass shows a correct date code. Chrome bumpers show a vg-exc finish, and taillights, weatherstripping, and knockoff style wheels are all exc. Spinners are vg-exc, and custom goldline radial tires show an average of 11/32nds tread depth remaining. This cars entire interior looks to be new, with exc seats, dash pods, GM seatbelts, glovebox lid, center console, gauges, carpet, and steering wheel. Sill plates are vg-exc, and a correct appearing AM/FM radio is in place. The engine in this car shows original casting date September 8, 1965, and final assembly date October 8, 1965; although these numbers line up with the assembly date of the car, we believe the stamp pad to be non-original, and therefore we are selling this car as having a restoration engine with matching numbers. Correct air cleaner, carburetor, intake manifold, ignition shielding, valve covers, spark plug wires, alternator, radiator hoses, and hose clamps are all in place, and both the rust-free frame and engine compartment have been very nicely detailed. If youre looking for the best of the best condition wise on a big block midyear convertible, then look no further -- call us while we have this stunningly beautiful Nassau Blue C2! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Our Price: $109,850. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Nassau Blue exterior, code correct Blue vinyl interior. Numbers matching 390hp 427ci L36 engine, numbers matching 4 speed manual transmission, numbers matching 4.11 posi rear-end. Features include 36 gallon fuel tank, power steering, power brakes, teakwood steering wheel, goldline tires, knockoff style wheels, Soft Ray tinted glass and windshield, power antenna, AM/FM radio. Originally assembled on October 20, 1965, this FRESHLY BODY-OFF RESTORED 1966 Corvette 427/390hp Coupe is one of just 66 1966 Corvettes built with the optional 36 gallon fuel tank, and is in particularly nice condition with many features rarely found on Big Tank cars, including power steering, power brakes, knockoff style wheels, and a teakwood steering wheel! This car was originally sold in Higgins, Texas, and is registered in the Big Tank Survey. Five 1965-67 Big Tank cars sold at Mecum Indy 2018, ranging in price from $368,000-$418,000, making this car an incredible value! Although it has not been flight judged, this car would likely score very high with very minimal work. Odometer was zeroed out at the time of this cars restoration, and now shows just 56 miles. This cars paint is good-vg, with a great shine. Chrome bumpers show a vg-exc finish, taillights are vg, and weatherstripping is vg-exc. Knockoff style wheels are vg-exc as well, as are the associated spinners. Firestone Super Sports goldline bias-ply tires show an average of 10/32nds tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1966 Corvette 427/390hp shows exc seats, glovebox lid, gauges, steering wheel, GM seatbelts, and door panels, vg-exc carpet, and vg center console and sill plates. Correct appearing AM/FM radio is in place. The numbers matching engine in this car shows original casting date August 27, 1965, and final assembly date September 17, 1965. Correct air cleaner, carburetor, intake manifold, ignition shielding, spark plug wires, valve covers, radiator hoses, and hose clamps are all in place, and the frame is clean, solid, and rust-free. Call us today to bring home this super rare Big Tank 66 big block coupe! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Our Price: $249,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Sunfire Yellow exterior, code correct Black leather interior. Numbers matching 300hp 327ci engine, powerglide automatic transmission, posi rear-end. Features include factory air conditioning, side exhaust, power steering, power brakes, power antenna, telescopic steering wheel, AM/FM radio, genuine leather seats, traffic hazard lamp switch. WOW -- how often do you see a 66 Corvette thats optioned with factory air conditioning, side exhaust, telescopic steering wheel, power brakes, power steering, leather, and more, all of which are documented by the ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER? Originally assembled on June 3, 1966, this car has been owned by just one family since new, and just oozes with originality . Odometer reads 51,141 miles; although the title reads mileage exempt, we believe these miles to be correct based on the presence and condition of this cars original parts. This car has been repainted at some point, and shows good-vg paint with a good shine. Emblems, chrome bumpers, exterior door handles, and taillights all appear to be original, and all exterior glass shows a correct date code. Weatherstripping and steel wheels are in good condition, and correct style hubcaps are vg-exc. Firestone FR410 whitewall radial tires show an average of 10/32nds tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1966 Corvette looks to be very much if not all original, with good condition gauges, door panels, center console, and GM seatbelts. Correct appearing AM/FM radio is in place, and early C4 style cruise control has been added. The numbers matching 327ci engine in this car shows original assembly date May 23, 1966. Correct air cleaner, intake manifold, valve covers, ignition shielding, and a/c compressor are all in place, and the frame is solid and rust-free. This car has been fully serviced, and all instrument gauges, lights, turn signals, brakes, engine, transmission and rear-end are all in good operating condition. Other included documentation consists of original owners manual and sleeve, original protect-o-plate, original radio pamphlet, and original dealer warranty. Call us today to bring home this highly optioned, super original, and well documented 66 Coupe! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! NADA Average Value: $94,150. Our Price: $79,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
This is one serious 1966 Nova. It has tremendous eye appeal and the muscle under the hood to back it up. Its powered by a fuel injected LT1 2 port Factory HM C4 Corvette Engine coupled to a T56 6 speed transmission with a ten bolt rear end. It also has Power Steering, Power Brakes, (Disks on the front and drums on the rear). A new fuse block, dash and engine harness have also been added. An alpine Stereo with four speakers will provide the sound along with Ultralight gauges. This car drives even better than it looks. We invite you to come and see for yourself, I think you will be very pleased and by the way please look at the pictures of the undercarriage closely this car really looks great, no issues. We welcome your inspection, the car is located in Atlanta, Ga.
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
1966 Chevelle El Camino Custom with an Atlanta restoration/modification and complete build by a real craftsman, finished in a just gorgeous Marina Blue presentation with a wonderful luster, really terrific straight sheet metal, so very solid, had an factory 396cid engine originally and now with the GM Crate ZZ454 powerful unit, the large Holley 750cfm carburetor mounted on the GM aluminum intake, air is feed by the aggressive steel cowl induction hood, electronic ignition, the ceramic coated long tube headers leading to the aluminized 2 ½” exhaust system, uprated DeWitt’s aluminum radiator, features now the 5-speed Tremec transmission, has the Eaton positraction 12 bolt 3.08 gear, this now also has all new complete driving systems from the engine to transmission to full new compression suspension, has the new 15” Rally wheels and new radial staggered tires, this also has the very desirable 4-wheel disc brakes, one can see the loving care and profession knowledge that went into this spectacular build, all the stainless around the car has been restored, tinted windshield, the bed is lightly covered in the protective coating so this is perfect for that trip to Lowe’s for the Spring 2019 flowers, new variable ratio power steering box with the new ‘Ididit’ tilt steering column, really an exceptional build with efforts for strong street performance, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
1966 Chevrolet Malibu Org. 59,348 Miles, Soft Restoration recent paint, Org. Interior, Matching Numbers, Engine 327 4 brl, Automatic Trans, AC, Newer Paint stripped to bare metal, Carpet and Seat Upholstery interior, Newer brightwork, New Wheels and tires, Front Disc Conversion Brakes NEW, New Rear Drum Brakes, NEW Brake Lines, New Brake Booster, New Shocks, New Radiator, New Power Steering Pump, New Bushings on all steering components,
Sorry Ford fans, but the first-generation Nova is everything Ford hoped the Falcon would be: stylish, fast, and most of all, cool. From the beginning, Chevys compact was embraced for its combination of timeless styling and the ability to put big horsepower in a lightweight package, and this 1966 Chevrolet Nova hardtop is a fantastic example of how the Nova got it right. Restored and upgraded a few years ago, this one still looks awesome, and the sizzling code 31 Bolero Red paint looks awesome on the crisp Nova shape (thats this cars original color, by the way). Bright colors always look right on 60s muscle, regardless of whether its a Camaro. On a Nova like this, its like a threat, because you cant paint a car this color and not back it up with some serious blasting powder under the hood. There are no modifications to the original bodywork, not even a cowl-induction hood, which I always appreciate, and the car has an ultra-clean, purposeful look thats devoid of emblems, badges, and extraneous chrome. Workmanship is very well done and lets the basic design speak for itself, and in vivid fire engine red, its broadcasting loud and clear. All the trim that remains has been plated, polished, or replaced to give this Nova a bright outlook indeed. Its just clean. With Bolero Red, the only smart choice is a code 779A black interior, which backs up the Novas aggressive looks and is this cars original interior choice. Neatly upholstered buckets wear reproduction seat covers that replicate the original patterns and give the Nova an upscale feel inside. The rear bench features factory-style upholstery, too, and it, too, looks completely unused and like new. Base Novas didnt get a lot of gauges, so this one let the aftermarket come to the rescue in the form of a full set of Dakota Digital instruments under a smoked panel, and the effect is very cool when you turn the key. The steering wheel is a custom unit that looks like 1966 all over again but features a fat rim thats easy to grab and theres a well-placed B&M shifter to your right. An AM/FM/iPod head unit nestles into the original opening in the dash so it looks completely at home there while powering a set of 6x9 speakers on the rear package shelf. In back, the trunk offers correct spatter paint and a reproduction mat. In the light, compact Nova, you dont need a massive chunk of cast iron to make for entertaining performance, and as a result, the 350 cubic inch small block in this provides exhilarating acceleration while maintaining some pretty impressive street manners. Its upgraded with the usual bolt-ons, including an aluminum intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor and a throaty dual exhaust system. It looks tidy enough, sitting there with its shiny dress-up parts and Chevy Orange paint on the block itself. Its clean underneath, although its purely driver-grade and not detailed for show. However, things like the rear air shocks, new gas tank, and mono-leaf rear springs suggest someone had a plan when putting it all together And for a totally traditional high-performance look, it has been fitted with 14-inch Rally wheels wearing 195/70/14 front and 225/70/14 rear blackwall radials. So go ahead and drool; this ultra-clean Nova proves that good things definitely come in small packages. Call today!
Take a good, close look at this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette, because while you think youve seen one like it before, were going to politely disagree. Professionally built in 1996 by the experts at Corvette Country in Georgia, its a state-of-the-art (1990s style) resto-mod that uses a trick 1996 C4 Grand Sport body swap, and did it before it was popular and easy. The 1996 Corvette Grand Sport was the pinnacle of C4 Corvette performance. Its a great foundation from which to build a take-no-prisoners Corvette, so the guys at Corvette Country sourced one with very few miles and started the transformation by peeling off the body and interior. On top went a clean 1966 Corvette coupe shell, one of the most iconic looks of all time. Yes, its been tweaked and modified, stating with a two-inch stretch to get it to look right on the C4 chassis. Then they added some fender flares to not only give it a vintage Grand Sport look, but to also clear the large-by-huge 17-inch rubber. A custom hood was created, theres a chin spoiler to replace the original bumpers, and out back, the deck was massaged to incorporate some functional air vents and even an opening deck lid for access to the fuel cell. It was all covered in beautiful purple paint with a white stripe, and if you want attention, well, this Corvette generates it by the bucketful. Look carefully at the photos, because there are far more details there than we can describe. They didnt throw away the Grand Sports interior; no, they kept it and stuffed it into the 1966 shell and the workmanship is extremely impressive. Factory bucket seats are as comfortable here as they were in the original C4, the center console houses the power seat controls as well as the 6-speed shifter, and the full instrument panel, including gauges, HVAC, stereo system, and other hardware, was bolted into place. Even the C4 door panels were resized to fit on the C2 doors. Turn the key and the digital speedometer lights up like it should and the A/C blows ice cold (its OEM hardware, after all). Some wood appliques give the interior an upscale look along with the matching wood-rimmed wheel, and youll probably be surprised to learn that it all works like it should. Very impressive! The Grand Sports LT4 engine really needs no introduction: 350 cubic inches, 330 horsepower, 340 pounds of torque, ready to rock. Its bulletproof, and thanks to factory fuel injection, runs beautifully. Crank the key and it starts instantly and idles well even when cold, just like a modern Corvette should. No modifications (do you need them?) mean that its virtually bulletproof and the looks youll get when you open the hood are worth the price of admission all by themselves. Look closely and youll see that the traction control and ABS systems are likewise fully functional, and the C4s ZF 6-speed manual gearbox still shifts as sweetly as it did 20 years ago. The suspension, brakes, and even the catalytic converters (feeding side pipes!) are all OEM, making this car reliable and easy to service, not to mention predatory fast. Factory Grand sport A-Mold wheels were dipped in chrome then wrapped with oversized rubber: 275/40/17 front and giant 335/35/17 rear Bridgestone radials. Beautifully built and expertly engineered, this car is a study in how they did it before kits and body swaps were common. An OEM experience with gorgeous good looks to match. Call today!
Trucks with hot-rod sensibilities are always popular, and someone has done some wonderful things with this 1966 Chevrolet C10. From the cool old-school hot rod shop look, to the perfect stance and the attractive, feature-laden interior, this truck not only looks cool but drives like it should. The mid-60s were a good time to be building trucks, with high style making them much more than basic tools. The stylized and folded lines of this C10 are shown to great effect thanks to a simple white paint job that was very nicely done a few years ago. As a result, neat details, particularly the crease the runs around the center of the cab, are highlighted in a bold way. Service stations in the 60s had trucks like this out front all the time, and if you were a regular at the tracks, trucks with an emblem on the door were a great way to show off your racing teams colors. Add in the forward cant of the fenders that give it a feeling of motion, and you have a truck that looks great no matter what you do to it. There are a few areas that have been touched up and definitely some signs of use, but they seem to add to the trucks authenticity because nobodys shop truck was expected to be perfect. The bed has a welcoming look that isnt quite patina but isnt over-done, and the spray-in bedliner on the sides means its still durable enough to do some work. The interior also got a thorough once-over, including a modern cloth bench seat from a late-model pickup. The attractive cloth upholstery in two shades of tan is surprisingly sophisticated and the workmanship is OEM so you know itll hold up over the long haul. Slightly darker tan carpets on the floor add some contrast and help control noise and heat and custom checkerboard door panels tie it all together with a 60s performance vibe. The factory gauges are still in place and if I had to guess, Id sat that light blue steering wheel is also very intentional, reminiscent of the Gulf Sports colors used at Le Mans. A Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with a touch screen provides entertainment and its quiet enough inside to actually enjoy it. They went the extra mile to make sure everything was professionally finished, so its an easy place to spend your spare time and other vintage truck owners will admire your good taste. The powertrain is simple, proven, and powerful, with a throttle-body injected 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 at its core. The engine is stock and the grunge almost makes it look like it was born there, but there are some new parts. Service access is quite good, and with a new alternator and power master cylinder, its ready to drive. Fuel injection means its ready to go any time and starting is always drama-free, and you probably wont be disappointed by the smooth idle, hot or cold. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission diverts the torque to a heavy-duty rear end thats likely the trucks original setup and the dual exhaust system is tucked in beside it. Color-matched Rally wheels look right and reinforce the vintage vibe with a set of spinners and fat 235/70/15 white-letter radials. A very slick old pickup that has the moves of a much younger, lighter machine. Easy to drive and low-maintenance, its the kind of hobby vehicle we all wish we could own. Call today!
Pro Touring is about no compromises, and this incredible 1966 Chevy Nova Station Wagon is a prime example. With a thumping 350 cubic inch small block, a suspension hunkered down over gorgeous rolling stock, and a stunning leather interior, its obvious that no corners were cut in the construction. The crisp Nova has always been popular with hot rodders; heck, even the factory got into the act when they stuffed a potent L79 Corvette motor under the hood and created one of the most predatory sleepers ever. And giving a wagon the full pro-touring treatment really makes this one stand out! Rendered in low-key Ermine White, most folks take one look at the sleek, clean lines and figure that it has to be modified, but it isnt. Aside from some shaved emblems and the rear door handles (to give it the look of a 2-door), the rest of the car is original GM steel so the original grille and bright chrome bumpers front and rear look right. The two-stage urethane paint is dazzling in the sunlight, and you can imagine how the heads will turn when you prowl into the parking lot behind the wheel of this one. It might show a few very, very minor signs of use, but the overall look is clean, slick, and very nicely done. It more than lives up to the expectations made by the price tag. The spectacular tan leather interior came with a price tag of more than $12,000 all by itself and it shows. Gone is the original front bench, replaced by a pair of comfortable low-back buckets flanking a custom-made center console. Matching tan carpets and neatly sculpted door panels add to the updated vibe as well as helping to disguise the beast that lives underneath. Upgrades include a full set of Auto Meter gauges neatly built into the original instrument panel, neatly integrated A/C (ice cold, by the way), and a leather-wrapped dash pad. The steering wheel is an OEM unit from a Camaro or Corvette, so thats a nice nod to the past and the entertai9nment system is a $5000 setup thats powered by the touch-screen head unit in the console. Even the cargo bay is beautifully finished, probably too nice to work anymore but imagine hitting the road for the next Power Tour in this cool hauler! One turn of the key will convince you that the money was spent in the right place, because this 350 cubic inch V8 cackles and snarls. Fully rebuilt and featuring goodies like an Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley double pumper carburetor, an upgraded cam, and MSD ignition, it loves to rev but pulls with big torque at any speed. It has clearly been dressed to look purposeful, with beautifully finished inner fenders, a custom molded firewall, aluminum dress-up parts, and hidden wiring and plumbing, all of which was done with aesthetics in mind. A big aluminum radiator helps keep it nice and cool, even when youre in traffic, and even with the big cam, it never seems fussy. The suspension is augmented by an Air Ride setup that gives it that in-the-weeds look and theres a disc brake at all four corners. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission sends thrust back to a 9-inch Ford rear end full of 3.73 gears and it rides on a set of cool Torque Thrust wheels inside low-profile performance radials for a true Pro Touring look. This cars extensive list of modifications and equipment really needs more space than we have here, so please give us a call to get the full story. Or better yet, come and see it for yourself, you wont be disappointed. Call now!
You know we get a lot of A-body convertibles here at Streetside Classics, but this cool 1966 Chevrolet Malibu ragtop stands apart. Not over-done, its just clean, sleek, and packs a great-running small block to get some attention. This is how to do it if youre going to build a car that does everything well. With a snarky 355 cubic inch small block under the hood and those big wheels, the pretext of this being a candidate for points judging is long gone, but if youre looking for the slickest and freshest A-body ragtop on the market, were pretty sure this is it. The sizzling metallic burgundy paint is a little bit subtle, and on this big, bad convertible it delivers big-time eyeball appeal. Of course, thats only possible with great bodywork, so every square inch of the sheetmetal was stripped, straightened, and smoothed before any of that gorgeous red paint was applied and the results were definitely worth the effort. The doors close easily and show good shut lines, the cowl-induction hood fits flush, and you can see how crisp and clear the reflections are in the cars surfaces; you know that doesnt happen by accident. Most of the emblems were shaved, so it looks very clean, and they wisely avoided stripes or graphics and just let the bodywork speak for itself. Good choice! Malibu fans will also be delighted to see a fairly stock black bucket seat interior, complete with a factory center console. The seat covers, door panels, and carpets look recent, and theres a handsome Grant steering wheel that looks especially cool here. The original gauges were nothing exciting, so a full set of Auto Meter dials were tucked into the factory dash. Upgrades include a polished tilt steering column and a great-sounding Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that slots into the dash like it was born there. Up top theres a recent black power convertible top that fits so snugly you can bounce quarters off its surface and the trunk is neatly detailed with matching black carpets and a full-sized spare. Any variety of engines slip right between the Malibus front fenders, so this one got a balanced and blueprinted 355 cubic inch V8 thats dressed a bit like the original might have been. An open-element air cleaner hides an Edelbrock carburetor a polished intake manifold, but the Chevy Orange paint on the block sure looks like GM-issue. Theres also an HEI distributor, big aluminum radiator with electric fans, and a set of long-tube headers feeding a stainless exhaust system with an X-pipe to give it a wonderfully threatening rumble. Theres also a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end with 3.42 gears inside, so it is equally happy on the streets or the highways. The floors are solid, the rockers are straight, and all the work has a very professional look to it, so theres no denying this cars quality. Handsome American Racing wheels look like vintage Torque Thrusts and carry big 245/45/17 performance radials. This is one of those cars thats probably even nicer in person than it looks in photos. Straight, beautifully built, and impressively fast, you couldnt build one this nice for less money. Call today!
In case you havent noticed, vintage trucks are red-hot right now, and those with something extra to offer, trucks like this awesome 1966 Chevrolet C10 pickup for instance, are at the very top of the charts. With a small block V8, sinister satin black paint, and a handsome interior, its a workhorse that has learned to dance. The blacked-out look works surprisingly well on the vintage C10 bodywork, and even with the low-gloss paint you can see that someone invested quite a bit of time in this truck. The satin paint has been applied over some very nicely done bodywork that retains all the dramatic creases and details that make these trucks so iconic. From the wrap-around hood treatment to the simple squared-off tailgate, this is one of the first trucks to make style a priority. Those bulging rear fenders help, too, giving it a muscular look that works rather well with the low-gloss paint. Of course, custom details are what set this particular truck apart, with some of the chrome being painted to match and some of it being refinished, including the grille and bumpers, so theres a little extra sparkle. The bed is beautifully finished with a dark stain and stainless hardware, with the sides being covered with spray-in bedliner material so itll look great for years to come. As brutal as the bodywork is, the interior is surprisingly upscale and refined. The original bench is finished in custom cloth and vinyl upholstery, with beautiful gray carpets and the door panels painted charcoal gray to match. The original instrument panel still has that cool flat pane of glass with all the needles stashed behind it, so it was easy to install a set of aftermarket gauges in there for a totally custom look. The 3-spoke steering wheel lives on a chrome tilt column, making this a very comfortable place to spend your time. Youll note that the shift quadrant now shows D-2-1, which comes complements of the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission now living in place of the original PowerGlide. An AM/FM/iPod stereo has been fitted in the original radios location and powers new speakers in a set of custom kick panels that almost look OEM. Power comes from a 350 cubic inch V8, and it fits like it was born under this trucks hood. That shouldnt be a surprise, since this truck likely carried a 283 from new, but the extra 67 cubes make a big difference in performance. A chrome air cleaner feeds an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor sitting on top of a matching intake manifold. Theres a bit of chrome dress up to go with the Chevy Orange paint, and the satin black inner fenders and firewall are tidy if not detailed for show. The undercarriage features long-tube headers feeding a throaty Flowmaster dual exhaust system gives it just the right sound, as well as Chevys long-arm rear suspension that rides rather well. Power steering and power front disc brakes make it easy to drive and there are fairly recent shocks all around that make this old truck feel a lot younger than it is. The look is completed by a set of blacked out Cragar aluminum wheels wearing very truck-like 31x10.50-15 General radials. You absolutely could not duplicate this truck for the asking price, and you wont find a cooler hauler for less cash anywhere. Affordable trucks just dont get much nicer. Call today!
Stunning 1966 Chevy C10 Pickup, A head turner for sure. Gorgeous 60's styling. Awesome look, a sight for sore eyes to see. It sports a Custom cherry Wine color with Gold Flakes. Shinning new chrome all around starting with the signature chrome rims, bumpers, front grill, new mirrors and a chrome eagle on the front hood. Smooth sounding dual chrome pipes. Even a chrome tag on front with a gold Chevy emblem in the middle. New 22's tires all around. The disc and drum brakes are custom painted to match the truck. Beauty and the Beast. All original trim plus some. The bed has been redone. We moved the gas tank from behind the seat to the bed of the truck. To allow more room inside and a safer ride. Air shocks has been installed for smoother ride. A new towing package has been added just in case you wanted to tow your motorcycle or boat. Also, a high tech alarm system has been added to this awesome lady! Inside this beauty you will find the original dash, with a upgraded stereo system. A "JVC" AM/FM/IPOD surround sound system with a amplifier and equalizer for better sound quality. The steering wheel is a Elegant "Grant 732 4-spoke Mahogany steering wheel", with a Chrome tilt and Signal arm. Freshly new carpet and new "MS.Betty Boop" floor mats to match. Next, you will love the awesome "B&M" Mega Shift in the floor. Automatic stick shift, which will unleash the Beast! Pop the hood you will find a 350 V8 engine, restored, has less than 4K miles. Garaged kept "all her new born life." What an incredible and unmistakable sign of detail and investment. This smooth sounding and gorgeous lady is guaranteed to be a "Show Stopper" and turn heads wherever she goes. "There's a new Kid in Town"! Drive it home today.
Here is the car you have been waiting for! A true 66 Nova SS with the awesome looks we all love plus tons of upgrades to make it a perfect cruiser. This Nova is powered by a 350cui fuel injected LT1 backed by a 700R4 automatic overdrive transmisson. With a 3.23 rearend you can go 80mph all day long and get great gas milage. Let the AC cool you down while cornering the backroads like a modern car with all the goodies: - Rack and Pinion Power Steering - Power Disc brakes - Upgraded Front Suspension - 4 Link Rear Axle Conversion - Ice Cold AC The Nova runs drives and handles fantastic and gets compliments everywhere. The body is in awesome condition with only minor imperfections in the paint. The custom interior looks fantastic and everything works like it should. We just had the Nova serviced in our shop and also put in a new upgraded Optispark. All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
This is one of the best looking 66 Chevelles you will ever find. Starting with the 66 body style arguably puts it amongst the best-looking cars of all time without even considering the work done by expert craftsman and the attention to detail that has gone into this car. But lets consider that work. Check it out. This car has a serious bit of chassis rake to it that lets you know it means business and the Dark Toreador Red paint on this car is awesome. It has a super shine to it that really catches the light showing off the smooth contours of the body including the bulging rear fender lines that give the car such a muscular look. The chrome all shines like new. Up front a blacked-out grill with an SS 396 badge is outlined in chrome and underlined by a sharp looking bumper. The ridges down the hood and the tops of the fenders are crisp and clean. Trim around all the glass received its share of elbow grease to make it shine too and wheel well moldings as well as polished rocker trim compliment 18 Weld forged wheels. Out back, the sail panels of the roofline blend nicely onto the trunk and Chevelle as well as SS 396 appears between the taillights with a simple and clean bumper underlining it all. Open the door and you will see that the show continues inside too. A black interior is trimmed out with the nicest chrome you will ever see highlighting door panels, dash and console. A custom, black and chrome three-spoke steering wheel with a bowtie center button will grab your attention. The column itself is polished up with a knee-knocker tach mounted on the right. The rectangular speedometer is flanked by the stock engine gauges with control knobs mounted above it. In the center is an FM radio that is trimmed in more of that sparkling chrome. Below that are the ventilation controls that include R134 updated air conditioning, and below that are a trio of white faced Equus gauges to keep accurate track of oil pressure, water temp and voltage. The center console has the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission as well as a clock. The seats have been reupholstered and a fresh headliner as well as carpeting really tie the look together nicely. When you pop the hood, you will see that all this cars Show, is backed up with plenty of Go. There you will find a 468 cubic inch power house of a motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is a short deck 454 from an early 70s car that has stroked and built up to make some serious power. A polished air topper feeds fresh air to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake manifold. An MSD ignition system assures a hot, reliable spark and Polished aluminum is plentiful with the valve covers as well as the Vintage Air compressor and alternator dressed for the show. Hedman headers wind their way out the bottom leading back to Flowmaster mufflers. A 12-bolt differential with 3.73 gears gets the power on the ground while Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed. Coil overs in the front allow some adjustability and the rubber meets the road through 245/40ZR18s in the front and 285ZR18s in the rear mounted on those sharp Weld wheels. Seriously fast and one of the best looking 66 Chevelles you will ever see. Come on down and check it out up close and personally for yourself. We think you will be impressed.
This car is the perfect marriage of old and new. Like that old wedding rhyme, something old, something new, borrowed, and blue. Something old represents continuity, in this case the Corvette legacy. Something new, the future, or in this case, current technology. Something borrowed brings good luck, and something blue represented love or purity. Borrow something, maybe a set of driving gloves, and head on down the aisle, um road, with this car. You will love it! It is the perfect marriage of old and new. Lets start with a few notes on that Corvette legacy. This car has a history traced back to the original purchase by a New York TV script writer from Rory Chevrolet in NY. Then in 1992, this car received a complete frame off restoration. The attention to detail and originality earned it high praise as well as awards from the National Corvette Restorers Society. The body of this Stingray coupe had received the expert attention of professionals who insured that all the big things as well as all the little things were right before recoating it in the original 986AA Silver Pearl paint. The factory side pipes are always an attention getter and a rare treat on any car. Like the body, they are meticulously restored and then installed properly adding to the first class look and presentation of the car. Finned aluminum knock-off wheels and gold wall tires are the icing on the cake and the whole package places this car in the cream of the crop of vintage Corvettes. Open the door and you will find a very neat and clean Black interior that breaks from originality in a couple areas, but does so with attention to detail and quality of workmanship that everyone should be able to appreciate. The door panels set the tone with thin chrome piping surrounding an upper panel containing the door lock, latch, and pull handle as well as the window crank, while a line of chrome highlights the armrest. A beefy, leather wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a chrome three-spoke hub with crossed racing flag center button. Behind it is a dash that has had updated gauges installed in the factory locations for a nice look and modern accuracy for monitoring critical engine functions as well as speed and RPM. The center console continues the stock look along with modern tech with a Retrosound radio and factory style A/C controls for the updated R134 air conditioning system. The seats are reupholstered beautifully and the shifter for a 4-speed automatic transmission hints at the upgrades to the drivetrain. Open the hood and you will find a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It looks so right in there with a cold air intake feeding the factory LS3 intake that even aftermarket engine tuners admit is hard to improve upon. The installation is all first class with attention to detail that makes it look like the factory did it, and the results are that everything works right and the performance is awesome. The power it makes flows back through a 4L60 transmission which works perfectly together with the power of the new engine. The rear end remains stock but was rebuilt and refreshed with new bushings during the frame off restoration which are still like new. As part of the LS3 conversion, the front end was upgraded to rack and pinion steering which is a wonderful thing for improved handling and precision steering feel on this car. The perfect marriage of something old and something new. Come on down and check out this awesome Corvette. You may want to borrow a set of driving gloves and wear some blue socks when you do.
Get ready for cruising the boulevard or checking out the car shows by coming down and checking out this beautiful Impala SS convertible. Being a full sized hot-rod means that you can load it up with friends for some fun on cruise night or both friends and luggage too for a road trip. Looking good in its factory correct Lemonwood Yellow, this car is ready to roll. The smooth body lines start with a slight angle back at the leading edge of the front fenders and flare out a bit as they flow up and over the rear fenders. Crossed racing flags with 396 Turbo Jet as well as Super Sport in script appear on the front fenders. A stylish chrome grill holds quad headlights and a Chevrolet Impala SS badge underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper. A line of chrome trim looks great running down the full length of the car and the wheel wells and rocker panels also get dressed out in chrome. The triple taillights on this 66 continue an Impala character trait started in 58 and look great as they pick up that chrome side trim and tie it nicely together from side to side. The large trunk has plenty of room for lots of luggage even with the power operated black convertible top folded down into it, so go ahead, load up and head out with this car. Open the door, one that is plenty big enough for easy entry into the back seat too, and you will find an interior that is dressed out in the perfect balance of Black, chrome and brushed metal. The door panel has a long armrest with power window switches at your finger tips and a slash of chrome across the bottom. The black two-spoke steering wheel has a semi-circular chrome horn ring and a leaping Impala center button. A rectangular speedometer is set deep under the shroud of the black dash keeping the sun off of it nicely while accessory controls are set in a brushed metal panel trimmed in chrome that runs from side to side. The ventilation controls in the center include those for A/C and the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission rises from the long center console. Black Strato-bucket front seats are comfortable and Super Sport vinyl floormats protect the black carpeting. Pop the hood and you will find a rare treat. A numbers matching, 396 cubic inch motor. Staying in character with the factory original color on this car, this engine remains factory original stock. Of course, it produces plenty of torque to get this full-sized SS down the road with plenty of speed and does it while keeping it composure, so why mess with success. The black air cleaner assembly announces it with a 396 Turbo-Jet 325HP sticker while chrome valve covers add a splash of flash. Signs of good maintenance include a new brake booster and master cylinder that put the squeeze on front disc brakes as well as a new radiator. Everything is neat and clean and properly routed including Air conditioning lines that look fresh and are wrapped in protective insulation. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 12-bolt rear end. Coil springs front and rear provide a nice ride while matching sway bars at both ends make for a good handling car and SS wheel covers complete the picture on this car. Get ready for summertime fun with the roomy, fast, and rare Impala SS convertible. Come on down and check it out!
1966 Chevrolet Nova. This is one amazingly finished car. Slathered in a Dark green metallic base/clear. This car was built from the ground up, with attention to every detail, top to bottom. Built as an L79 optioned car, featuring a 350 HP, 327 small block, a Muncie 4 speed transmission and a 12 bolt rear end. Power steering, brakes and air conditioning are also on the options list. There is not a straiter car to be found anywhere, absolutely unbelievable!Rotisserie restoration on a rust free, southwest body. All parts are period
1966 Chevrolet Corvette. Laguna Blue Exterior, dark blue leather interior. Power window and power steering are on the options list. A 390 HP, 427 CI motor fills the engine compartment, followed by a 4-speed manual transmission and a posi-trac rear end. Telescoping Teak steering wheel. Knock off wheels. Stainless steel side exhaust. Original Southern California car. Frame off restoration completed in 1991. Original owners manual. This is a numbers matching, proper date coded car. The red stinger is not factory equipped, but does have year correct hood. This is a proven show and trophy winner!
1966 CHEVY C10 CUSTOM CAB SHORTBED - REAR WHEEL DRIVE - 5.3LITRE LS V8 - 4SPEED AUTOMATIC WITH OVERDRIVE & TOW MODE - POWER BRAKES - POWER STEERING - LATE MODEL CLUSTER - AIR CONDITIONING - AN/FM STEREO - VINYL BENCH SEAT - VINYL COVERED FLOOR - NEW WOOD BED FLOOR - CHROME GRILLE - CHROME BUMPERS - ALLOY WHEELS - TIRES IN GREAT SHAPE - DUAL EXHUAST - RUNS AWESOME!!! LOOKS AWESOME TOO!!! IT SHOULD , THIS IS A ONE OF A KING FRAME OFF BUILT C10 THATS AS GOOD AS THEY GET!!! CHECK OUT THE CUSTOM LOW GLOSS BUTTERNUT YELLOW PAINT JOB!!! CHECK OUT THE JUST LIKE FACTORY LS POWERPLANT INSTALLATION!!! BUILT TO DRIVE , THIS ONE HITS THE ROAD AWESOME!!! TURN SOME HEADS FOR SURE ON THE WAY TO THE CAR SHOW TO PICK UP YOUR TROPHYS!!! A ONE OF A KIND TRUCK FOR A ONE OF A KIND BUYER!! WE ARE ATAKING SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY & THIS ONE IS INDOOR STORED SO YOU WILL HAVE TO CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT FOR VIEWING. NO JOYRIDES ON IT SO IF YOU ARENT READY TO BUY IT DONT BOTHER!!!OUR ONE OF A KIND PRICE$35,999.00SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!!!!NO JOYRIDES!! NO OFFERS!!!INDOOR STORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!CALL AHEAD FOR VIEWING!!!
V-8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, dual exhaust with Flowmaster style mufflers, aftermarket tach and gauges, floor shifter, 15" rally wheels.
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, chrome accessories, 12-bolt rear, nice original interior, nice chrome bumpers and trim, lowered suspension, staggered 20" black chrome Torque Thrust wheels.