Rebuilt suspension, front and back, with Global West parts, replaced floor pans, no other rust issues, new interior carpet and seat covers, front and back, aftermarket Scott Drake center console with cup holders, 289 Engine rebuilt with Edelbrock parts, Pertronix ignition, aluminum high flow pulleys (NOT UNDERDRIVEN). TCI C-4 trans., with shift kit, and B&M shifter, new 8 inch rear trac-loc with 3.25 gear ratio, stainless steel transmission lines and stainless steel exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers. Car does need a steering box. Steering is a little loose when driving. This is a nice cruiser car, not a race car. Asking $17,000 OBO. Make me a reasonable offer. 4 Wheel dis breaks. By: SSBC
1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Just prior to the Arab oil embargo where all the muscle car makers were in a panic because of the skyrocketing price of gas, and they were forced into stringent emission control standards, this car was introduced. With fuselage styling (Chrysler Corporations full-size cars had a peculiar styling, called the Fuselage Look. They were so-named because their sides were deep and rounded, like the fuselage on an airplane. As well, the cars belt lines were so deep that window space was relatively shallow.) and a larger power plant for 1972 it was Damn the Torpedos! Theres just something about a broad shouldered Mopar that appeals to pretty much everyone with a pulse. Maybe its their wow factor. Maybe its the sense of strength they convey. Or maybe its simply the surface development of their hard-edged panels. Whatever the case may be, this original Satellite in Sebring trim, carries all that classic Chrysler charm under a whole slew of details which highlight a clean and modern appearance, all the way back from 1972. Exterior A self-described show paint job carefully resprayed with Golden Haze, it will be difficult to find any a fault on this fuselage looker. Great looking Sebring trim is seen to start snaking rearward at the front bumper, going around the front wheel well, then headed back over the door and rear quarter panel where it goes for another up and down ride around the rear wheel well, and finally ending at the rear bumper. This similar style drip molding traces its way around the base of the consigner stated new black vinyl top and rear window. Also, one can see new Magnum 500 wheels and tires...and there you have it...Sebring trim. Interior A vinyl bench in Saddle Tan with matching door panels, and a rear bench fill the inside of the passenger compartment. Smart Satellite Sebring floor mats cover a very clean golden-brown carpet. A simple very clean (literally and figuratively) orderly dash stretches from door to door and is all original including the 38,044 miles that have been clocked during the long life of this car. A nice tight clean headliner tops the interior off, and noted is a very nice original steering wheel, and an AM Music Master radio in working condition. Drivetrain An unbelievably clean engine which touts a 318ci displacement, and blue paint, has all kinds of shine and no corrosion on any surface, as well as electronic ignition. The standard 2-barrel carburetor sits atop with a flawless air cleaner in black protecting the carb. Bolted on to the back is a TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Undercarriage Slight surface rust is noted on an otherwise clean undercoated frame and floor panels as well as underside of rockers. A Flowmaster dual exhaust sales its way rearward form the 318ci mill. Mopar fans here is a true original. Always garaged, a onetime near perfect respray, and always maintained like a favorite prize flower, this beautiful and loooong car is a turn key classic.
Sales numbers really jumped up in 69, with the Camaro pushing 243,085 units off the lots. Part of the success was due to the refreshed styling, which saw skinnier three-block taillights, two large round headlights pushed all the way to the sides of the grille, a pointier front fascia, and slightly reworked body panels. If the buyer chose the RS trim, the headlights were made flush with the grille, and three stacked slits covered the lights. This was also the first year that variable-ratio power steering became an option. SS trims offered a 300hp 350 V8 or a 375hp 396. Largely considered one of the most beautiful cars of all time, the 69 would later provide direct inspiration for the fifth-gen Camaros. A fine example of the 1st generation Camaro. This 1969 Camaro is an original X11 350 SS car. This offering is a high-end, older quality restoration that shows a few small stone chips here and there from enjoying the car. Absolutely a stunning car with the burgundy color and orange stripes to the beautiful white interior. All body panels appear to be original and the underside of the car is as nice as the top. The drive train consists of a 396ci 375hp big block, Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and a 12 bolt rear-end. Hurst shifter with line lock. Interior has full SS gauge package with console and a Hurst shifter with line lock.
The Vega was built by Chevrolet from 1970 until 1977. In 1971 it was voted as Motor Trends Car of the Year. The name Vega derives from the brightest star in the constellation Lyra. More than 2 million were built over the 7-year lifespan This Vega Hatchback has a gold custom paint job with a yellow and purple custom stripe. The interior is black velour and it has an aftermarket Kenwood CD player. It has a custom fiberglass hood with cowl induction. The wheels are American Racing with Performer GT Radial tires. It is a rust-free example and runs and drives properly. The transmission is a 3-speed manual transmission connected to the original type 140ci 4-cylinder engine that has been dressed up. The engine and trans are solid and it runs great. This car was originally donated to the Boyertown Museum and thats where we acquired the car. Youll be the only one at the car show. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (610) 628-2262. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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This 1963 Mercury Comet 2 Door Coupe is a good running vehicle. It has a automatic transmission and runs good down the road. This car is a nice collectors car if you are looking for a Comet in decent shape. You can use it as a driver or restore it to your liking.
Chassis and Drivetrain This is a Mike Adams built chrome moly tube chassis with 4-wheel disc brakes and chassis engineering coil over shocks. It has manual rack and pinion steering and a 1995 Corvette independent suspension and third member, polished aluminum differential cover, axles and drive shaft, poly graphite suspension bushings, 14 x 15: Weld Rod Lite wheels and a 1994 LTI engine w/rear exit passenger side fuel line kit. The transmission is a 1995 4LLOE automatic with a B & M transmission cooler. The fuel cell is a Fuel Safe Systems with bladder and it has a Walker radiator and condenser. Body Body is an Outlaw Performance 1934 Chevrolet Tudor with a 3 chop, smoked glass and mini tubs. It has Specialty Products power windows and wiper system. The hood is hand formed 3-piece aluminum with stainless vent spears. Has custom aluminum headlight mount and the body and fenders are bobbed at the rear. The paint is Buick Cashmere with Pearl custom mix and the interior is tan Ultra Leather. Accessories It has many additional features including Vintage Air with oval control panel Heat/Air/Def, Auto Meter Platinum Series gauges, Billet Specialties half wrap revolver steering wheel, Ididit polished aluminum tilt steering column, Hot Rod Lane front runner system (serpentine), Howell Engineering engine harness-ECM reprogramed, Ron Francis wiring harness, Lokar emergency brake handle and cable kit, engine and trans dipsticks, Dakota Digital remote entry system/4 function doors and windows, Carolina Customs hood brace and latch kit, remote battery terminal kit, radio AM/FM/Disc mounted in Valley Customs overhead console, Valley Customs mirrors, Corvette seats w/shortened headrests (driver side electric), power steering, manual hidden antenna and a hidden emergency door opener button. This amazing Hot Rod was built without regard for cost and was built right. It would be hard to duplicate at any price and looks, runs and drives terrific. Ready for the summer season and needs nothing. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
The Dodge Regent was produced by Dodge Canada. The low-priced Dodge was manufactured with a similar front end to the US produced Dodge but attached to a Plymouth Body. In 1956 new fins graced the rear fenders. The Regent was available with the flathead 250.6 CID engine or the 277 CID V8. The 1956 proved to be the high-water mark for Dodge Canada production with over 50,000 units manufactured. Offered is a 1956 Dodge Regent featuring the 250.6 6-cylinder engine attached to the automatic pushbutton shift control. This model was the first year 12-volt electrical system. The car has a nice clean interior and headliner. With original paint and chrome, the car shows nicely. There is evidence of surface rust in rocker panels, but the Regent represents itself as an original example of the Canadian produced automobile. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
The 1950 Ford was produced as an evolution of the all new for 1949 model. Popularly called the Shoe Box Ford for its pontoon design, the 1949 Ford was credited with saving Ford and introducing the modern streamlined car design. The 1950 Ford was available in 7 different models, and 2 engine options. Engines were available in either the 226 CID inline 6 or the 239 CID Flathead V8. Offered is a 1950 Ford 2 Door Sedan with the 239 CID Flathead V8 motor and standard transmission. The car is in running condition with recent tune up. All stainless trim is included. Rust is present in the rocker panels, lower quarter panels and trunk floor. The vehicle needs brake work and is a restoration project. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
This 1986 Chevy Corvette is in really good condition. No rust, paint is in great condition and this Corvette comes with power windows, power locks, cruise control, power seat and automatic transmission. The engine is a 5.7 Liter 230 HP V-8. The Vette starts and runs out strong. Beautiful car to drive or add to your collection.
This 1976 Cadillac Coupe DeVille has low miles and drives very smoothly. No issues with engine or transmission. Very well taken care of. All features are in working order.
The Ferrari 360 was built at the Maranello factory from 1999-2005, succeeding the popular F355 in the V8 mid-engine platform. The 360 was built with an entirely new aluminum space frame chassis that was lighter and 40% stiffer than the 355. The entirely new 3.6-liter engine produced 395 bhp and propelled the new model from 0-62 mph in 4.5 seconds. 2 tenths faster than its predecessor, the lower weight and greater horsepower made the 360 the quickest of the V8 models ever produced in street trim. Initially offered as a coupe model or Modena, a year later the Spider was introduced in cabriolet form. A special performance edition, Challenge Stradale was offered in very limited coupe form for those demanding the highest level in street legal performance. A total number of 8,800 Modenas and 7,565 Spiders were produced for worldwide distribution. Of that number 1,810 Modenas and 2389 Spiders were produced for the US market. Offered with either a manual 6-speed transmission or F-1 style automatic, just 670 Spiders were produced with the 3 pedal manual gearbox. Offered here is a fully loaded 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider. With just 11,500 original miles, this Platinum winning Rossa Corsa with tan interior checks all the boxes with regards to the factory options list. Starting with Daytona seats with red inserts and deviated stitching, Scuderia Shields, modular wheels, challenge grills, 6-speed manual gear box, Tubi exhaust, clear bra and most importantly, over $25,000.00 in service receipts. The most recent major service having been completed just 200 miles and 6 months ago. Simply put, the most desirable of all the 360 Series of Ferraris. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
1969 Plymouth GTX Hemi The Plymouth GTX arrived on the muscle car scene in 1967 as Plymouths serious contender, a hot rod version of the square Belvedere, with a Hemi V-8 option. Base motor in the GTX was the 375-hp, Super Commando 440-cid V-8, capable of 0-60 mph in 6.8 seconds, with a quarter-mile time of 14.6 seconds and a top speed of 121 mph. And that was when the car was equipped with an automatic transmission and not an optional 4-speed. The 426 Hemi option cost $605 extra and only 703 GTX hardtops and 17 convertibles were so equipped in 1967. The Plymouth GTX became a little curvier in 1968, and its position as a luxury hot rod was strengthened with Plymouths introduction of the more affordable and basic Road Runner. Engine choices remained unchanged from the previous year and continued that way through 1969. Drag test showed that the 440-cid Super Commando V-8 led the 426-cid street Hemi for the first eighth of a mile, until the Hemi came on the cam and won by about two car lengths. With a 4.10 rear axle a 440 motor, the GTX could turn 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and a quarter-mile in 13.7 seconds at 102.8 mph. Exterior changes in 1969 were minimal with just a new grille and taillights. Model year 1970 was the last for this body series, and the Plymouth GTX received a new grille, new hood, and new fenders. The 440-cid Super Commando remained the base engine but options included the 390-hp Six Pack with three two-barrel carburetors, or the 425-hp 426-cid street Hemi with dual four-barrels. That same year the convertible GTX was discontinued. The 1971 model year was the final year for the Plymouth GTX. It was priced at $3,733. Due to its high cost relative to the Plymouth Road Runner, the GTX is relatively rare today. The cars were incredibly quick, but also invariably better equipped than most other muscle cars of the era, which makes good originals worth seeking out. Hemis are the rarest of the breed, and priced accordingly, but the 440 cars are generally easier to live with and provide an exhilarating ownership experience in their own rights. VIN# RS23J9G210378 Broadcast sheet sequence #210378 Built in Newark, DE on 1/28/1969 Restored in 1987 by Thomas Restorations of Columbia, Missouri Scored 6987 points out of possible 7000 at Mopar Platinum Challenge Restorer claims original matching number car 1 of 11 built with these options: Comes with the original broadcast sheet Options: 426 Hemi engine with 2x4 barrel carburetors, 425 HP 4 speed manual transmission B-5 Bright blue metallic paint with black vinyl top Premium trim, black vinyl bucket seats Power brakes Console with woodgrain panel Bucket seats 3 speed wipers Roof drip rail moldings Body side molding Tachometer Fresh air hood AM Radio Performance hood treatment 26 radiator 1st time offered for sale in over 20 years.
This 1970 International truck is all original. This truck comes with a good transmission and solid engine. A great way to start your collection of classic vehicles.
The last Electra 225 convertible, Finished in bright red exterior paint with a black interior. Comes heavily equipped with options including power windows, power seats, power steering, power brakes, power top, AM radio. The Buick Electra is a full-size luxury car that was built by Buick from 1959 to 1990. Trivia: The Electra was named after a Texas sculptor. Harlow H. Curtice, former president of the Buick division and later president of General Motors, named the car after his sister-in-law, Electra Waggoner Biggs. During its more than 30-year run, Electra was offered in varying body styles including coupe, convertible, sedan, and station wagon. The Electra was replaced by the Buick Park Avenue in 1991.
Youre looking at a strikingly crisp example of a 1957 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible. This car has been collector owned and properly maintained in a climate controlled facility. It is a very, very nice example of a now rare car. It starts and runs out well and will fit right in cruising at highway speeds (but will gain far more looks than almost anything else on the road). Paint is in good condition, not showroom perfect. The are a few blemishes on the body.
This is an all original Chevrolet steel-bodied 3-Window Coupe in a beautiful lacquer red paint job. It is professionally built and has less than 987 miles on it. The build was started in the early 90s and then completed to this level in 2014. The engine is a 355ci Chevrolet V8 with 186 casting heads and with a Weiand tunnel ram intake and dual quad Holley carburetors. The transmission is THM 400 3-speed automatic with an aftermarket 3,000 rpm stall convertor and a Lokar 16 shifter. The chassis is by Martz Chassis of Bedford, Pennsylvania and is tubular with independent front suspension w/coil overs, rack and pinion steering and disc brakes. The rear suspension is a four bar with coil overs and a 9 Ford rear with drum brakes. Brakes are not power operated. The top has a 3 chop with a van roof to replace the soft roof insert. It has an Alumi Craft billet grill insert. Features Cyberdyne digital gauges (guaranteed for life), GM tilt steering column, battery kill switch, Mallory Unilite ignition, Optima Red battery, Ron Francis wiring kit, automatic trunk release. cast crankshaft, mechanical fuel pump and an AM/FM iPod stereo. The tires are Hankook Radials 185/65R15 front and 215/75R15 rear with 9/32 of tread left. The wheels are 15 polished Centerline Auto Drags. What it needs...the interior is not finished, the wiring needs attention to make it neater and the rear trunk lid has fish eyes in the paint. It is a very desirable example that just needs the finishing touches to make it a complete hot rod. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (610) 628-2262. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
1947 Packard Super Clipper Sedan When automobile production began after World War II, Packard decided to only produce the Clipper Series and abandon the other model lines. For 1946 Packard produced the Clipper Six 2100 and 2103, Super Clipper 2103, and the Custom Super Clipper 2106. The Super Eight and Custom convertibles were added in 1947. In 1949 Packard introduced the 23rd Series Eight and Deluxe Eight. The Clippers were unique and innovative for their time. They featured an alarm on the gas tank that would whistled as the fuel was pumped, stopping only when the tank was full. The running boards and door hinges were concealed adding to the smooth appearance of the body. The Clipper Series were also very wide. This not only gave passengers extra interior room, but it gave the vehicle stability at speed around the corners. The width was a foot wider than it was tall making it the widest vehicle in production at the time. This beautiful eighty nine thousand mile luxury Packard Super Clipper is something to behold. This is the prettiest blue you have ever seen, and the dark blue cloth interior with white accents really tops it all off. Speaking of luxury, when you sit in the interior of this car you almost think youre in your living room. Rich wood grain dash and window moldings and chrome everywhere. Under the hood you find a straight eight-cylinder engine that has 356ci and 165hp that can move you down the highway with the best cars out there. This car will surely make you the envy of all your car friends.
This Chevrolet Pickup is nothing short of amazing. Spectacular build and hard to duplicate at any price. The list below tells only a portion of the story. The meticulous attention to detail is not to be overlooked. 1965 Chevrolet Truck Short bed/fleet side 283ci Chevrolet small block, balanced and blueprinted (BCH) 194 heads/202 valves, black exhaust valves port and polished (J. Miller) Steel crank, Edelbrock carb and manifold Aluminum fuel cell/electric fuel pump 400 Turbo trans. 3000 Stall converter 12 bolt Chevrolet rear, 373 posi Shortened 12 Strange axels Disc front brakes/drum rear 2 drop spindle 15 Convo Pro wheels (7x15 front, 15x15 rear) 18.5 Hoosier sure shots 4 corner air ride (Air ride tech) Power steering tilt/telescopic (Corvette) Old school stock warner gauges AC (Vintage Air) 65 Corvette black leather seats Smoked tinted glass (Vintage Glass) Autumn Gold paint (single stage DuPont and clear) Ash wood bed/stainless rails Stainless steel bolts and hardware (Totally Stainless) Dont miss a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the best!
1955 Buick Super Convertible If ever a classic car told a story, this is it! We are privileged to offer this one of 21 remaining 1955 Buick Super Convertibles. The provenance trail of this car is second to none with every original document associated with the Super present from day 1. This includes original Dealer delivery documents, books, accessory catalogs and marketing materials for the model, just to name a few of the historical documents present to this particular car. Purchased by the current owner in 1989 from a fellow AACA member with just 32,222 original miles, the car underwent an extensive restoration. The original color was Dover White but the owner chose to change the color to another original color, Cherokee Red. The complete restoration is photo documented. Over 200 hours were spent in the detailing of the engine bay alone. The 322 cu in 236 hp V8 was completely refurbished as well. The car is complimented with beautiful Kelsey Hayes wire wheels and period wide white wall tires. What is most stunning about this car is that it was no garage queen, having been driven to numerous AACA events around the country including Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Colorado, Chicago, and Virginia. The Buick has won numerous AACA awards including Junior, Senior, and Preservation recognition. The car is equipped with original Wonderbar radio with foot switch, power steering, power brakes, power seats, power top and heater. With an original cost of $3225.00 this truly spectacular car is a once and a lifetime investment opportunity with complete documentation from new!
Launched in 2002 and produced through 2006, the Ferrari 575 Maranello was essentially an updated 550 model featuring Pininfarina styling upgrades as well as interior updates, bigger disc brakes, larger and more powerful engine, refined aerodynamics and adaptive suspension. Transmissions were offered in both manual 6-speed and F1 automatic configurations. The 575 model refers to engine displacement in liters while the M nomenclature refers to Modified. In 2005 the Superamerica version was offered with a targa style sliding top. Powered by a 5.75-liter V-12 engine the 575 produced 508hp at 7,250 rpm. Maximum speed was 202 mph and 0-60 times of 4.2 seconds. Offered is a FCA Platinum award winning 2003 Ferrari 575M in Rossa Corsa and tan leather interior with red piping and deviated stitching. With just 7,600 document miles, this Grand Tourer is flawless in every way. Equipped with the optional Scuderia Shields and F1 transmission, this 575M would enhance any collection of prominent European Sports Cars. Truly an investment quality Ferrari, with an original list price of over $265,000.00, this spectacular supercar is ready for any concours field or Ferrari Club National event. Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display. This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.