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The wow factor begins at the top, which has been chopped 3 inches. To accommodate the chop, the windshield is leaned back and custom glass has been made for the rear and side windows. The remainder of the body is equally sleek, with shaved door handles and emblems, custom-fitted ground effects, a filled and smoothed firewall and custom-made inner fenders. The slick body is covered in a striking two-tone paint scheme using PPG s Concept paint in black and Torch Red hues. A matching Torch Red finish covers the car s filled and smoothed frame, which has received as much attention as the body. The rear suspension consists of a 9-inch rear end accompanied by Hotchkis control arms and Bell Tech coil springs. Hotchkis tubular upper control arms are found up front, along with modified lower control arms, Bell Tech dropped spindles and coil springs, plus urethane bushings, air ride at all four corners, 12-inch Wilwood disc brakes all around, as are the black chrome wheels. A car this wild needs a standout powerplant, so a 502-inch crate motor with a Polished Street Performance TPI setup fills the space under the hood. It s also painted Torch Red, and features a host of polished aluminum accessories. The Engine is fed from a custom Rock Valley fuel tank, and cooled with a Griffin radiator. A Richmond six-speed directs power to the rear end with the help of a Centerforce clutch and Long shifter. While 50 s customs typically had cabins filled with tuck-and-roll Naugahyde, this G-body features contemporary trimmings stitched in red leather by Specialized Auto Interiors. Passengers sit on four modified Corvette seats that flank a full-length custom console. All control knobs (headlights, power windows, air conditioning, etc.) generally found on the dash or doors are now hidden either in the console or behind a black panel on the dash. A custom gauge panel houses the Auto Meter Ultra-Lite instruments, while an early 70 s GM wheel helps steer the Monte. Vintage Air climate controls (fitted behind the dash) keep everything cool.
The early 1960 s were a great decade for automobiles. Most car manufacturers were beginning to mass produce very reliable vehicles and compete more directly with each other. Amongst these vehicles was this 1962 Ford Fairlane. This Ford s body design was made so that it was roughly 16in longer than the Ford Falcon and about 12 inches shorter than the Galaxie. This was to bridge the gap between the Falcon and Galaxie, and also to compete for GM s A Body Senior Compacts. This Ford Fairlane has a 221 V8 engine, and this engine was brand new for Ford in 1962. It was designed using thin wall casting which made it 90lb lighter than the small block Chevy engines. This Fairlane also has an Automatic Transmission, which allows for easy driving, and a smooth ride. It has had a nut and bolt restoration and looks as good as it did coming off the assembly line. With very low mileage, only 30,585. It has a very reasonable price of $23,988 and considering the condition of the vehicle and how well it runs, it would be an excellent investment. Not to mention the enjoyment you would receive from driving this piece of Ford s history!
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The Auburn Boattail Speedster is a perfect marriage of yesterdays classic design and todays state-of-the-art technology. The chassis, exclusive to Speedster Motorcars blends the steering precision and handling of the worlds finest sports cars with the responsive ride rivaling todays most expensive luxury vehicles. Every component, from the chrome windshield to the power windows, is carefully hand-fitted by a craftsmans sophisticated touch. The hand laid fiberglass construction with tubular cross member frame, and Vortec 5.3L V-8 engine makes for an excellent ride. The luxurious interior seats are covered with hand-selected leather hides, perfectly matched for shade and grain then painstakingly sewn with meticulous attention to detail. While only 500 Speedsters were built between 1935 1936, Auburn Boattail Speedster Replicas have been made for over 25 years. With the Auburn Automobile Companys original Boattail Speedster design specifications molds in hand, Speedster Motorcars can create a car of the past with all of todays amenities.Speedster Motorcars produced this very striking 1936 Auburn Boattail 852 Speedster in 2004. Finished in a sporting shade of Classic White over Red Leather upholstery and Red canvas top, this example is powered by a Vortec 5.3L V8, 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission, and 9 rear end! Complete with a host of factory equipment that includes staggered 15 wire spoke wheels wrapped in whitewall tires measuring 235/70R15 at the front and 275/60R15. At the rear, adjustable coil-over independent front suspension with tubular upper/lower control arms. Machine-turned aluminum dash, air conditioning, Pioneer radio with Pioneer speakers. Power steering, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power seat, power windows, tilt steering column, Lokar shift knob. Stainless brake lines, transmission oil cooler, air horns, Stewart-Warner gauges, cowl lights with side mirrors, front fog lights, simulated engine exhaust ducting, hood ornament badging, seatbelts and rear exhaust turndowns! Safety items include emergency handbrake and turn signals.The car survives today having been driven only 8687 miles since completion! Fitted with a full convertible top and canvas tonneau cover, this Speedster would be just as much at home driving across the country as it would be, parked at a show. The car is titled as a 2004 Auburn Speedster and should, therefore, have no issues at the DMV. The build quality of this car is still clear today all interior touch points and well as all exterior cosmetics are in fantastic condition with only the smallest signs of use. The car is sure to turn heads anywhere it goes and should make for many years of reliable transportation! For any additional questions, please feel free to call or email us. Thanks for looking!
In the 1950 s the automobile industry was getting to be extraordinarily competitive, and because of this car manufacturing companies needed to up their game. Ford was looking to grab the attention of people and be unique enough that journalists would write writeups to lure the people to their vehicles. With the 1954 Ford Skyliner they did just that. It was based on the two-door hardtop Crest model from before, and then Ford went one step further. They added a tinted glass top to give a more open air type of feeling. It was big for Ford solely because this was the first model to hold a glass roof which was mass produced in cars that were affordable for people. In 1954 only 13,144 models were built, and they became a very hot vehicle due to the uniqueness and limited amount. This particular 1954 Ford Skyliner is one of those 13,144. On top of being one of the limited amounts, it is 100% entirely original. This Ford is powered by the Y block 239 V8 engine, and it has a 3 Speed Manual transmission. It is a Sandstone White, with a White and Green interior. It also has the Tinted Green glass top! Like stated before, nothing on the inside has been altered, and it remains an original survivor making it all the more unique, being there were only that 13,144 produced. On a side note, a neat fact about this vehicle is that it came from Casino magnate Bill Harrahs museum collection in Las Vegas, Nevada. This 1954 Ford Skyliner has 80,007 original miles. Best of all is that you can on this gorgeous, rare, stylish piece of history for a total of $44,998!
This car is the first year for the legendary 426 street Hemi and the first year for the new Coronet body style. This car is 1 of 288 total Hemi cars produced, and all casting dates and numbers are correct. It is an all original sheet metal, no rust car and has the original fender tag. The 49,785 miles on the speedometer are believed to be correct. The car is equipped with the 5 blue streak tires which are a one year only option correct for 1966. The powertrain is original and proper with the 4-Speed original transmission and the right Inland shifter plus the original Dana 60 rear-end with 3.54 ratio. The car also has a rare optional perfect woodgrain steering wheel.This Hemi is extremely tight and vigorous running and represents one of the fasted appreciating investment grade cars available!
Whenever anybody thinks of Chevrolet in the 1950 s, almost always, the one specific make that comes to mind is the Bel Air. It is a very iconic vehicle and it really distinguished Chevy from other car manufacturers of the time. This particular 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air is nothing short of what would typically come to mind. Fully restored, this Bel Air is nothing short of a great vehicle. It possesses a V8 4bbl Carburetor allows it to run cleanly with no issues at all. Also it is very easy to drive, being that it has an Automatic Transmission. The 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air s goal was to create a sweeter, more frisky ride than that of the 55 and also create a vehicle with safer passing. They surely did not falter with their step forward in creating this vehicle. Whenever originally debuted in 1956, the consumers were absolutely wild about it. There were very minor modifications within the inside of the vehicle with a slightly new dashboard, and a hidden gas cap within the rear fin. One of the factors that the people of the 50 s were crazy about was the full array of color options. This particular chevy has a Two Tone exterior including the two colors Nassau Blue and India Ivory. Both of which, are very unique and vibrant colors that were not seen on any other vehicles of the time. The interior is two tone as well, made up of the colors Charcol and White. The 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air is an iconic vehicle, there is no debate about that, and with only 37,581 miles and an reasonable price of $49,888 you can own a piece of the past. The 56 Bel Air s motto after all was The Hot One is Even Hotter , and they definitely were on fire regarding sales made in 1956.
This Bel Air Sports Coupe has a dashing, distinctive beauty all its own. And that goes for the interior (Sea-mist/Ivory), too. The smart straw pattern is combined with panels of precious vinyl in the luxurious two-tone interiors. And every inch is color-keyed to harmonize with the breathtaking Bel Air exterior color (Sea-Mist)! The options that this beauty has is as rear as they come. Turbo Fire V8, Power Glide Transmission, it has a factory Air Conditioner, Electric-power window lifts, and Electric-power front seat adjustments! With a 20%t to 30% added cost for these options, I am sure you will not find many like this. Call or email us with any question and thanks for looking.
1965 was a good year for Dodge as they introduced the 1965 Dodge Coronet. This 440 Hardtop has under its hood, a 383 V8 engine and a 4 Speed Manual Transmission. The color is White with a Red interior. The car had a nut and bolt restoration some years back, and it shows inside and out, the undercarriage looks as it did off the assembly line. Everything inside works just as it did in 1965 when originally released. With only 53,075 miles on it, it could be yours for the very affordable price of $39,988. Please call or email with any questions. Thanks for looking.
At the beginning of the 1960 s, most Americans thought it was the beginning of something great, the start of the Golden Age is what it was referred to as. What better way to kick of the Golden Age than by introducing the very special 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop 2-DR? First offered in the spring of 1961, this vehicle was very limited to the consumers. This particular vehicle however, has been fully restored, and is nothing short of the quality you would be paying for, had you been a customer in the spring of 1961. With a 348 Big Block Tri-Power engine, and a 4 Speed Manual Transmission you are getting your money s worth in terms of performance with this vintage engine. In 2008 this Impala won 2 Gold Bowtie Boulevard Awards ranking a whopping 991/1000 in the first examination and an even better 992/1000 in the second. Forty-seven years later, this vehicle is still viewed as highly as it was whenever first manufactured, if not higher than before! Let us look further than just the engine. Let us stop and appreciate the very unique and different Seamist Turquoise exterior, accompanied by the even more unique Turquoise interior. To top it all off, it only has 40,436 miles on it believed to be accurate. So before you begin to think about the reasonable sticker price of $69,998, I would first like you to first picture yourself in 2017, driving to your destination. However, not just simply driving, but allowing yourself to experience the happiness of driving a vehicle that everyone desired whenever first released. Driving in such style, that other people envy you solely for the style you have. Just driving, to appeal to yourself, and letting go of the stress you may have, and just simply utilizing the performance, beauty, and class of this 1961 Impala.
1935 was a relatively productive year for Buick regarding manufacturing. They were able to compete with other companies such as Ford and Hudson. One of the top sellers for Buick at the time of 1935 was, in fact, this 1935 Buick Three Window Coupe. This Buick had everything a person was looking for in a vehicle in the 1930 s. It has comfort, style, speed, and durability. This particular Buick has a Straight-8 (Fireball 8) engine lying underneath of its hood. To accompany this Straight-8 driving force is also a Manual Transmission. This Buick appears to have been restored some years back but nonetheless looks as original as it was whenever first purchased in 1935 when released. The exterior is a solid Black. The interior, on the other hand, is Beige. This Buick is nothing short of a classic and being 82 years old, still, runs like a charm. With that said, this three window coupe has a total of 51,885 miles on it, which considering the age, is not a bad deal. The price for this classic automobile is $39,998 and is every bit worth the money!
When someone hears the 1940 s, the class and style of that era typically comes to mind first. One of the classiest vehicles of the time was the 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Convertible Cabriolet. I bet you are wondering what makes this car so classy? This 1940 Chevy has been restored to recreate the originality of the vehicle. Under this hood lies an Inline Six-Cylinder engine. The exterior is a very classic Burgundy with a Tan soft top roof. Accompanying the exterior is a Brown interior, and it still has every original detail that came with the car in 1940. This classic convertible has a Cool Spring Independent Front Suspension, also possessing a Live Rear Axle with Semi-Elliptic Leaf Springs. Also, it has installed Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes, which adds to the value of this luxurious automobile. So picture a sunny afternoon, with the top down, Bing Crosby is playing, you have nothing but a clear road ahead of you, and a clear mind. Will you regret the decision of buying a beautiful classic with only 55,926 miles on it? Of course, you will not! Will the price of $65,998 be worth it? You bet your bottom dollar it will! You will not find a vehicle of this model, fully restored, and ready to drive, as you will with this particular 1940 Chevrolet.
In the years immediately following the Second World War, Chevrolet used much of its prewar tooling in its model range, including the Fleetmaster line. Options and amenities increased, but the well-designed Chevrolets were mostly unchanged during the late 1940s as business boomed with a car-starved American public. According to period records, this model was powered by a 90 horsepower 216.5 cubic inch Thriftmaster straight-six. The transmission is a column-shift three-speed manual. Chevy offered several body styles, including a coupe, town sedan, convertible and two-door fastback sedan. Commercial vehicles built on this passenger car chassis were popular then and now, but rarely seen today. The utility vehicle has been an important part of motoring s history. Whether it is a large truck for heavy transport and lifting or a small pickup truck the truck platform was the machine that was utilized by service professionals to repair your home s appliances in the period. Maintenance specialists would make their welcome housecalls many times in the Sedan Delivery they offered spaciousness for tools and parts, plus they had car-like qualities that made the time on the road all the more comfortable and productive.This nice 1948 example is the uncommon Stylemaster Sedan Delivery, a large, panel-sided wagon with a large single rear door at the back of its Fisher-built body. Finished in black, and Ernest Machine Products Co. lettering, it is dressed with chrome hubcaps, trim rings, and wide whitewall tires. Although designed as a work vehicle, the importance of styling was still paramount in this period, and Chevrolet offered up long and graceful sweeping front fenders that pushed the car towards the styling that the 1950s would bring while retaining the bulbous and efficient rear cabin. This example is reported to have the original interior and looking at the pictures it would be hard to believe it is not. It s finished in gleaming black, and the paint is very nicely presented. There is no shortage of chrome styling elements on this platform, and it sparkles as when new. The front end displays enough of these touches that many period cars would likely be put to shame.The two factory seats are black and, as a delivery vehicle, there is nothing behind them except for a cavernous and endlessly usable storage area that has original wood on the floor, panel walls, and a defined headliner. The dashboard is well-detailed to go along with the high overall presence. Whether it is used as a different alternative to touring with plenty of room or rolling into a local car show, the Sedan Delivery almost always generates many stories that are recalled from past experiences and the vehicle s novelty of design. Many businesses have been represented on the sides of the sedan delivery body type in the era of this vehicle.
1955 was a HUGE year for Chrysler as they had manufactured the first 300H/P vehicle in America. It was debated to be the first high-performance automobile available to the public. Chrysler wanted to take a different approach and out-perform other car companies of the time. One of the ways in which they did this, was by changing Chrysler s engine. They used a 331.1 Cubic Inch Hemi V8 engine (used in successful early 50 s race cars) with Two Four Barrel Carburetors, a Competition Cam Shift, and last but certainly not least Solid Valve Lifters. Chrysler wanted to create an unyielding and powerful motor, and they succeeded. This engine out-performed the Corvette s, Thunderbird s, and Cadillac s V8 engines. Wow! This particular 1955 Chrysler C-300 is as nice as they come. The paint colors for this 1950 Chrysler 300 were very simple. They only came in the colors red, white, and black, and this particular model is White with a Naugahyde Tan interior. These vehicles made history in 1955 winning their first NASCAR Grand National Race. They sold 1,725 models that year, and this vintage piece of history could be yours for $79,888!
The 1940 Plymouth had the same underlying theme set down in 39, but nothing interchanged between the two. The body was all new, carried on an 117 wheelbase chassis for all body styles. The longer frame allowed the engine to be moved four inches forward and the rear axle pushed back by over seven inches, providing ten cubic feet more passenger space and 18 1/2 cubic feet of trunk space even with a one inch lower roofline, headroom remained the same. Minor engine changes brought horsepower up to 84, the optional aluminum high-compression head raising that figure to 87. A new transmission, with a blocker-type synchronizer, was standard on all models. Identified by its slide mounted cover.This particular Plymouth Coupe Deluxe is believed to have 78,398 miles and appears to be original. It could be yours for $29,998. Considering the age and style and condition of the vehicle, that is a steal!
Originally purchased on June 27, 1949, this 1949 Ford Sedan is nonetheless a piece of history. It was originally bought by a woman named Marjorie Tilley, and the only purposes for this car were to get to the grocery store and church. We possess the bill of purchase for proof! Whenever she passed away, she left the car in her will to the people who cared for her when she was ill. Miss Tilley only put 13,610 miles on it from the time she purchased it until the owners switched. It had to be repainted because Miss Tilley would cover it in the winter with wool blankets, and whenever it would get damp, wool fibers would damage the paint. The only other modification made was that carpet was installed by the second owners Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarletts. As for the rest of the interior, it has never been touched and remains completely original. This 1949 Ford has an H-6 Cylinder engine, and a 3 Speed Manual Transmission. It is a Birch Gray with a Gray interior to accompany it. Since Miss Tilley passed away ONLY 242 miles, have been put on it making that a total of 13,852 miles on this Ford. The second owners took great care of this vehicle as did the third owner when bought in the 90 s. You could be the owner of this pristine 1949 Ford Sedan for only $29,998!
Founded in 1909 and getting its name from the owner of a Detroit apartment store, Hudson did everything they could to ensure the class and quality of their automobiles throughout the 1930 s. A fantastic example of the class and quality would be this 1934 Hudson Terraplane. At the time this car was very fast, reaching a 0-60 speed in 15 seconds. In high gear, 0-30mph would be 18seconds, with a top speed of 80mph. That was all thanks to the V8 engine installed and the Manual Transmission. This vehicle was very economical getting 25 mpg and very lightweight as well weighing 2800lb, which compared to other cars of that period, the Terraplane was like a feather. Due to the ratio of speed, weight, and gas, it accounted for a rough 75% of Hudson s sales from 1934-36. This particular Terraplane is a relic of the past being 83 years old and 100% original!! It has museum quality, and there are not very many cars you come by that are that old, and have never been touched. The exterior is all Black with a Tan fabric interior. The best part is that it still runs very well, and over the course of 83 years, only 36,121 miles have been placed on it. Incredible! Noted as one of the best cars of the 1930 s and leading the company in sales, it could be yours for a total of 49,998. Considering the age, originality, and quality that this 1934 Hudson Terraplane possesses, it is nothing short of an excellent price in return for a breathtaking piece of automobile history!
The Mark 2 is an over the top kind of car. It would set you back $10.000. This was twice the price of a comparable Cadillac in 1956. These cars were the American answer to a Rolls Royce. They were constructed of the very best materials, and inspected and tested at every step in the manufacturing process. Only 2,550 Mark 2s were built in 1956. The slow production and high price tag are why these cars are so rare.This car has been restored anumber of years ago,but still shows well.