1972 Chevrolet ChevelleThis Luxurious 1972 SS Chevelle is quality built with all the upgrades you cam dream of.Call Joe Ryan today!!! 404-668-3806Fully restored with a Brand New GM 454 crate motor with only 786 miles. This black beauty has 450 plus horsepower. Comes with 24 month or 50k mile Factory warranty. Brand new Borg Warner Super T/10 Manual 4 speed manual Transmission Built for Performance- Hurst stick shift. This Legendary Muscle car is a dream come true and turns heads instantly.!! With all new dakota digital dashbord, complete new break system, includes all new lines calipers pads and rotors, the entire car has been completely rewired with new wiring harness. Adjustable rear air suspension. This car has been built and updated with perfection. Brand new JBL sound system with matching JBL amplifier, anti theft alarm system with ignition kill. Recently spent 5k just on this system. I have updated this car with $32k worth of upgrades total. Plus i have purchased the car from streetside classics and spent 35k ... a total investment of $67,000....Willing to Sacrifice it for $$ 49,000...induction hood, new large 18-inch US Mags wheels.All the right factory pieces are still in place, but now they are joined by some thoughtful upgrades worth $32k. AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input and Bluetooth. Hurst shifter in your right hand should be a clear indication that there is something special in the engine bay.This SS has also been enhanced with performance features like a dual feed Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, MSD ignition, dual electric fan aluminum radiator, ( keeps this beast Cool) and long tube headers that feed the thunderous dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this enhanced V8 and it roar thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. More than just pure muscle, this one was also made to hit the road with feature like power steering, front disc brakes.Dont miss out on this sexy beast.... Its an amazing bargain at $49k... I have invested over 67k. Please No Low ballers and no trades.Call Joe Ryan now 404 668 3806 or 404-940 8678It is truly one of the kind !!
Contact Dino at (310) 995-9232 1955 Chevy Nomad frame off restoration. Color: Bright Green Metallic Pearl (1998 Camaro Green) Engine: 350 (new engine & transmission) Automatic Transmission with overdrive Power Steering with Tilt Steering Wheel/Column Shift Power brakes with Front Wheel Disc Air Condition with oversized radiator Four barrel carburetor Duel Pipes (Quiet) Biege Leather interior with electric Lexus bucket seats Electric windows Cadillac electric garage door opener Electric rear-view night vision mirror Stereo AM/FM/CD player Budnik Steering Wheel & Rims Modern Gauges Left & Right Side View Mirrors Car cover Floor Mats Seat Belts & LoJack included
Sublime Green exterior, Black interior. 340ci V8 engine, HD automatic transmission, Power steering, Rotisserie restoration. This Challenger is as nice as they come. Completely restored from top to bottom in 2009, over $60+ was spent in replacing every nut and bolt. North Carolina was home to this Dodge almost its entire life and treated it well with hardly any rust before the restoration. Originally a 383ci 4bbl car, a 340ci V8 has been installed and completely gone through and rebuilt. The HD automatic transmission features the sought after Slap Stik shifter that makes this car a blast to drive. Sublime green is the exterior paint color and no corners were cut during the paint and body. The paint has a mirror finish and the body is laser straight. A black vinyl top finishes the outside with that classic Mopar look. The interior is fresh with bucket seats and a center console. This Challenger runs great and would make a perfect weekend getaway car or local car show winner. It is priced to sell and will not last long. Come out to see it in person today!
Red exterior, Black interior. 350ci V8 engine, automatic transmission, GM crate engine, Cold A/C, Nice driver. Only 13,802 Z28s were produced in 1974, and this one is the real deal with the 5th digit of tht VIN reading the letter T. The Z28 performance package included a four bolt main 350, 3.42 rear gear ratio for automatics, increased spring and sway bar rates, power steering, and more. The Type LT package which reads S in the second digit in the VIN includes plusher Interior with restyled seats and door trim in cord-ridge fabric or knit vinyl, new wood grain treatments, color coordinated instrument panel, steering wheel and column. Amberlite insulation blankets included in doors, rear quarters, roof/sail panels, behind rear seat, under package tray and under carpeting. Type LT could be ordered with RPO Z28. This Camaro now features a GM crate ZZ4 aluminum headed 350ci V8. Fitted with headers and Holley carburetor, this engine runs great with plenty of power. The 3 speed turbo 350 transmission shifts great with no slipping or jerking. The exterior red paint has a great shine and black Z28 stripes really help this car stand out. Inside the interior is very clean with clear gauges, nice dash, and comfortable bucket seats. Cold A/C makes this car a joy to drive even on the hottest summer days. This Camaro is setup to be an excellent driver with power disc brakes, power steering, and a great running engine. Come out today to see it in person. It is priced to sell and will not last long!
Blue exterior, Black interior. Ford Small Block V8 engine, automatic transmission, Supercharger, Coilovers, Air Conditioning, Ground up restoration. Every nut and bolt on this Mustang is either new or refurbished. A ton of aftermarket performance parts make this car one of a kind and a real head turner everywhere it goes. The engine is a fuel injected Ford small block with a Vortech centrifugal supercharger that really pulls this Mustang down the road. Supporting mods include MSD ignition, headers, and aftermarket camshaft. The transmission shifts great and features a TCI Outlaw shifter to make sure every shift is perfect. A 9 Ford rear end is out back to make sure every bit of power gets to the road. All the front suspension has been replaced with tubular front control arms, rack and pinion steering, and coilover shocks. In the rear, the leaf springs have been ditched and replaced with a four link suspension with a larger sway bar and coilover shocks. Front and rear disc brakes slow this beast down and 17 and 18 Boyd Coddington wheels keep this Ford rolling. The exterior blue paint has a stunning shine and the black stripes really set it off. Inside, a custom interior has been installed with bucket seats, 5 point harnesses, roll bar, digital gauges, air conditioning, and custom center console. The quality of this Mustang speaks for itself. It is one of a kind and priced to sell. Come out today to see this beauty in person!
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
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.
This magnificient '62 Corvette was purchased 37 years ago by a real car enthusiast and cherished ever since. He passed away a few years ago and his wife is finally able to let it go. It has parked in the basement since day 1. I am thrilled that she came to me to find it a good home. I can honestly say this is the best driving '62 Corvette that I have ever driven. All that aside, if you are looking for the real deal that has never been advertised before, here it is. Shortly before he passed away the car underwent a no expense spared, frame-off restoration. We have pictures of everything and we welcome any type of inspection. As you can see, it is a fuel injected car with a four speed transmission and the optional hardtop. I believe the pictures speak for themselves. The car is located in a suburb of Atlanta and you are most welcome to come and see it. I will be very surprised if the first qualified buyer to see it does not buy it. $89,500
Engine: 396 big block bored 30 over with 454 heads Carb: Holly 11761Competition Distributor 12 bolt rear end 4 speedDisk brakes on the front, drums on the rearVery pretty paint and interiorChrome and stainless in good conditionRuns just like it looksNO rust issuesThis show driver is road ready will make you proud at any showWe welcome your inspection $55,000
I am selling this beautiful and rock solid 67 Chevy II Nova with a very potent 383 stroker small block with GM aluminum heads and Intake manifold. I didn't install the engine but was told it is an $8,000 build and pushing 500 H.P! The Transmission is a built 350 turbo with 3000 stall converter and as far as I can tell it still has the original Rearend. Sounds awesome with the 3 inch Flow Master exhaust system. This car will break the tires at 50 MPH but very road worthy. It is a southern Tenn car and the sheet metal is all original with no panels replaced or any rust bubbles. The stainless and moldings look fantastic and the bumpers have been re-chromed at some point recently and look new. The body is super straight and the base coat- clear coat paint job is awesome. I have pointed out a couple of very small flaws in the paint but you really have to look hard for them. The 18 inch wheels and tires have very few miles on them and do not rub. The interior in this car is unbelievable and 100% original except for the carpet. The glass is all original although it would pass for new with no scratches or dis coloring. Over all if you want a really good honest Chevy II that runs with the big dogs look no further you have found it!! And by the way this is the original color is called Nantucket blue. Asking $36,500
1995 Firebird Firehawk #85 - listed in Firehawk registryAdult drivenDark green with tan fabric interiorTwo on the Left (TOTL) exhaustFirehawk floor matsNew clutch, pressure plate and flywheelNew Hurst shifterNew headlight door motorsNew brakes all aroundNew Koni shocks all aroundNew batteryCold air conditioningUnmodified and original Everything works - great condition – needs nothing.
1970 Chevelle SS finished in Astro Blue with Blue interior. Upgraded to a 502 ci./502 hp Deluxe GM performance crate engine, Holley Sniper FI System, March performance serpentine belt system, Hooker Headers, Vintage Air with Sanden compressor, Right Stuff Detailing master and slave cylinder, Disk brakes front and rear, BMR Level 2 Performance Suspension package front and rear, LS style power steering pump, QA1 adjustable Coil-Overs, Tremec TKO 600 5 speed transmission with Hurst Shifter, Engineered Cooling Products Aluminum Radiator with Dual Fans 3000 cfm, Interior includes power windows, Ididit Steering with tilt wheel, LED Gauges and Retro Sound sound system. All restoration work just completed, over $55,000 in upgrades.
1965 Pontiac GTO 389 ci Tri-power 360 hp 4 Speed. A true GTO, PHS Documentation. Finished in (E) Nightwatch Blue, (1) White top, (217-33) Blue interior. 1 of only 11,300 convertibles built in 65. Highly optioned; Power steering, Power Disk brakes, Power Top., Upgrades include; Digital Gauges, Wheels, 3/4 Cam, Electronic ignition, Power disk brakes, Tubular A arms, 308 Rear end, Retro Radio w/ Bluetooth.
1970 Mustang Boss 302, Matching numbers, Marti reports, appraisal graded at 1-, Concours-quality. 4 speed transmission, power steering & power brakes. Finished in Grabber Blue with Black stripes and a white interior.
2002 CAMARO SS ANNIVERSARY CONVERTIBLE, that is a truly gorgeous design with its sleek lines, a rare piece with factory 6-speed manual transmission with the factory optional Hurst short shifter, just immaculate and perfect presented in the Bright Rally Red with the special unique Anniversary graphics and badging, here is very high and sleek design of a fantastic convertible, this show car was driven for Festivals of Speed presentation at their paddock at Road Atlanta, Tom Fraser shown with John Morton at Walter Mitty, presented fully stock as factory, just beautifully collector kept, all original, special Ebony Black with Gray special Anniversary SS leather interior, only 8700 miles since new, has the Corvette derived 5.7 litre LS1 engine with a strong 325 horsepower and enormous torque of 350 lbs coming from the special forced air induction hood in this famous V8, highly detailed, fully loaded with all factory options, full documentation with original Owner’s Book, Original Window Sticker, black original top, optional equipment include the remote CD 12 disc magazine, accelerator slip regulator, note that the SS package also includes the high performance handling package, this is really excellent car that is just perfect for driven show, special factory anodized brake calipers that are used in current high end production cars today, the perfect special machined 17x8 factory SS lightweight wheels have the original Goodyear F1 tires, has the special SS floor display mat as shown in the factory brochure, high performance factory suspension that is fully stock as factory, items like the modern air conditioning work perfectly, now highly detailed throughout even with the engine bay looking fantastic ‘as new’, a great investment potential as a true modern classic with the very desirable 6-speed transmission, prepared for and used for a gorgeous show car that is driven with pride ready for Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
MUSTANG 1966 'A' CODE GT CONVERTIBLE, presented in just beautiful factory Tahoe Turquoise with extremely nice body, highly showroom detailed with striking luster, fully equipped with many desirable options yielding a serious Driven Show car, a very strong rebuilt proper original dated 289cid /4V
The muscle cars that seem to be gaining traction in the market are those that capture an old-school look and feel but deliver a few modern upgrades for comfort. This 1968 Camaro RS coupe is just such a machine; a clean RS with a 5-speed, cold A/C, and a brutal look, all restored to look and drive just the way it did back in the day. Following a 5-year restoration that rebuilt the entire car practically at the molecular level, this neat Butternut Yellow coupe looks great. You can imagine the soul-searching the owner must have faced with a super-clean Camaro shell that could be anything he wanted, but he wisely chose to put it back the way the factory built it, although original code R Matador Red is an easy path to follow. The smooth paint hugs the shapely Camaro bodywork and gives it a subtle look that actually works really well, and you can see in the photos just how straight it really is. A black stripe around the nose works rather well and without the usual Z/28 stripes, the cowl induction hood almost looks subtle. The Rally Sport package, as you undoubtedly already know, includes the awesome folding headlights that give the Camaro a totally unique look, as well as some special badging, different taillights, and back-up lights moved to the rear valence. The rear spoiler gives it a purposeful look and the chrome is so brilliant that its probably better than new. The black and white houndstooth interior also sticks to the factory recipe, and its kind of cool that even this 60s upholstery looks upscale to us today. The buckets are in good condition, showing only very minor signs of use, and again, they resisted the urge to add options or customize things. Then again, the Camaros interior is so stylish that it really doesnt need the upgrades to be a great place to spend some time. Youll note this is a factory A/C car and that upgraded 5-speed uses a shifter that looks like it could have been born there. The factory gauges are in beautiful condition, with a tach in the dash and auxiliary dials down on the console (those were actually two separate options). This is a factory A/C car, so everything was already there, but its now powered by modern hardware working behind the scenes. The trunk was also nicely detailed with a reproduction mat and matching spare tire assembly. The 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood looks like it belongs there, although its a CKL suffix code engine dating to 1973. It was bored .030 oversize during the rebuild and now makes an estimated 350 horsepower, so its extremely entertaining to drive. It was also detailed for show with Chevy Orange paint, a chrome air cleaner assembly, and finned valve covers that really look great. An Edelbrock carburetor lives on a Winters intake manifold from a Z/28, and theres a Mallory distributor to light it up. The 5-speed manual shifts nicely and the heavy-duty 12-bolt rear is surrounded by a fresh exhaust system with transverse muffler. The satin black floors make a fantastic background for the nicely finished chassis and simple painted steel wheels with F70-14 Goodyear Polyglas tires complete the no-nonsense look. This is how most Camaros wish they could look, and with V8 power and a 5-speed, itll probably attract more attention at shows than all the over-done SS clones you see every day. Call now!
Most folks just think of the Cougar as Mercurys version of the Mustang, but the truth is that theyre very different cars with very different missions. While it packed all the same performance hardware as the Mustang, the Cougar was actually a very upscale, luxurious car that was both larger and better appointed than the Mustang. With a unique body and interior, the Cougar is instantly recognizable, and nice ones, like this 1968 coupe, are an absolute pleasure to own and drive. Originally painted code M Polar White, this big cat was treated to a bare-metal respray about eight years ago, and the modern urethane finish is more in tune with the cars luxury/performance mission. Thanks to quality work, the paint remains in very good condition, and all appearances suggest that this car was never rusty or a basket case. Instead, it appears to be a nicely maintained car that has never needed major surgery, and the factory-style panel gaps and alignment bear this out. Its more or less the same as Fords familiar Wimbledon White, but nobody can argue that it isnt handsome on Mercurys awesome performance coupe. The chrome is similarly nice and may be original, and the stainless rocker moldings and window surrounds are still bright and shiny. The Cougar offered unique lighting, with folding headlights up front and sequential turn signals out back, and they all work properly. Interior design in the Cougar was clearly inspired by aircraft, and it has a very cool 60s vibe that makes you think of Steve McQueen and Sean Connery movies when youre at the wheel. This is also a place where you could take this Cougar up a few notches. The front buckets are original, as are the door panels, and theyre showing their age. Fortunately, replacements are inexpensive and will pay big dividends if you upgrade. The vast dashboard features round gauges with delicate markings and needles, reminiscent of the Smiths gauges found in British sports cars and the Shelby Cobra. Especially cool are the switches for interior lighting and the very aircraft-like levers for the A/C and ventilation controls to the drivers left. Even the shifter for the automatic transmission, sans console, looks like the throttle lever of a jet. Too cool. A modern AM/FM stereo has been fitted in the original location, and there was no cutting, so it looks like it belongs and can be returned to original without worries. The surprisingly roomy trunk features a new mat and spare tire cover. Lift the Cougars hood and youll find an F-code 302 cubic inch V8 that was rebuilt 10,000 miles ago. The 302 was new in 68, and made comparable horsepower and more torque than the 289, which was the right choice in the Cougar. Finished in Ford corporate blue, it is the centerpiece of a nicely maintained engine bay. The air cleaner looks like it did in 1968 thanks to reproduction decals and a modern A/C compressor uses R134a refrigerant for easy maintenance. The transmission is a C4 3-speed automatic driving a sturdy 9-inch rear that spins a set of 3.00 gears for relaxed highway cruising. The floors are clean throughout with no glaring issues or signs of trouble. The single exhaust system sounds healthy, but subdued, as it should, and the gas tank appears to be a recently installed item. Beautiful Magnum 500 wheels wear perfectly sized 225/70/15 BFG radials that really fill the wheel wells. This car includes a build sheet, owners manual, title documentation, receipts, and other information so you can buy with confidence. All the performance of the Mustang, but in a more mature, luxury-oriented package, and for less money than a comparable Ford. Sounds good, doesnt it? Call today!
Lots of automakers send their outgoing models off with a bang. In Camaros case, it was an awesome, bright red, 325 horsepower finale to its fourth-generation car. Any 2002 Camaro with a V8 is a formidable weapon that can hold its own against many new cars, but this Z/28 includes all of the visual cues to give everyone ample warning. This gorgeous convertible, with 18,572 original miles, is a prime example of a car that can only go up in value as the years roll by. Outside, you can see that this wasnt just a low mileage car, but a very well kept low-mileage car. There are no modifications to the exterior, but whats needed? Youve got shiny black paint, totally cool twisted flag stripes, an aggressive nose, a subtle rear spoiler and one of the meanest stances money could buy. The last of the 4th generation cars got new flush-mounted headlights, and they look particularly good on the Z/28. As far as condition, you can see in the pictures just how glossy the original paint is and thanks to extensive use of glass fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) panels, the only real parts of the body you even could dent were the quarter panels. The black convertible top is in excellent condition, and it operates as it should. Lights and lenses are all clear and bright. One things for certain: youre not going to sneak around unnoticed in this car! Inside, wear surfaces like the seats and door panels look just as youd expect for an 18,000 mile car. The seats use standard black leather thats still in fantastic condition with only slight signs of use on the drives chair. Of course, you cant miss the dash plaque telling you youre in something special, although as GM special editions go, this one plays it pretty cool. Full instrumentation is up front while a 500 watt Monsoon stereo with an in-dash CD player and steering wheel radio controls delights your ears for when youre cruising. Power everything from the windows to the mirrors to the drivers seat allows you to find your comfort zone. And again, check the odometer; this is an 18 year old car with 18,000 miles! Camaros also have modest trunks that are practical enough, but theres always the back seat if you need to stow your gear for a weekend away. Its mechanical package is standard Z/28 fare, but thats nothing to sneeze at. Theres a thoroughly modern, all-aluminum LS1 under the hood. 305 horsepower and 340 pound-feet of torque doesnt sound like much compared to a new Camaro, but its hauling around over 600 fewer pounds and there are a lot of these cars running high 12s right out of the box. New for 2001 were the Corvette LS6 intake manifold and cam, and those changes really woke up the motor. A healthy growl emanates from the low restriction dual exhausts and the 4-speed automatic transmission snaps to attention when your right foot calls up some horsepower. Of course, the Z/28 came with nearly every power feature from massive disc brakes at all four corners to power steering with a fluid cooler. 16-inch wheels are at all four corners and they wear fresh 235/55/16 Kumho radials. Built with a nod to history, the 2002 Camaro represented 35 straight years worth of production for Chevys pony car. One of only a handful of Anniversary convertibles made, this is a great car with good upside potential in the future. Call today!
It may look like a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, but this purpose-built machine was intended to conquer the drag strip. Packing a 584 cubic inch V8, a lightweight fiberglass body, and a combat-ready chassis, this Camaro talks the talk and walks the walk to the tune of low 8-second quarter mile times. And all for a price thats a fraction of the cost of construction. We love the way this car looks. Its a Camaro, no doubt about that, but its longer, leaner, and definitely meaner. Remarkably, they did start with a stock 1979 Camaro, although the only factory bit of sheetmetal that remains is the roof; the rest is fiberglass. It was treated to a coat of factory Medium Green metallic paint and a set of reproduction Z/28 decals which is a nice connection to the production line. On the other hand, the cowl induction hood with a big snorkel up top, the exhaust pipes sticking out of the front fenders, and the airbrushed headlights and grille say race car, pure and simple. Its in fantastic shape for a car that smashes into rocks and bugs at nearly 200 MPH and it shows only very minor nicks and chips on the nose. Other race-grade hardware include Lexan windows, a parachute and wheelie bars out back, and Dzus fasteners throughout. This is a great-looking machine thats also extremely functional at the track. Inside you can tell that no expense was spared on the build. Yes, its spartan, but finish quality is exceptional. Its built around a full competition roll cage that adds strength and safety to the chassis. A simple gauge includes an array of Auto Meter gauges, the steering wheel has buttons for the line lock, and the sheetmetal interior panels are beautifully finished. Just check out those door panels! Wiring, instrumentation, and other details are professional-grade. Theres even a little boot for the brake pedal! Nice, right? Other useful goodies include a fan to help keep the driver cool in the staging lanes, an air shifter for consistency, and a delay box to maximize efficiency. The former back seat area is all tire wells and roll cage and the trunk is now full of fuel cell, twin 16-volt batteries, and a big air compressor and tank for the shifter. The engine is an aluminum Shafiroff 584 cubic inch big block Chevy V8 that makes just over 1000 horsepower at 7000 RPM. Freshened in 2016, it features BMF 385 cylinder heads, a Comp Cams camshaft, Manley valves, Jessel cam drive, and an APD alcohol fuel system thats been properly drained while its not being raced. Its backed by a 2-speed PowerGlide automatic in a Dedenbear case and spins a custom built Ford 9-inch rear with a 4.30 gearset on a spool to help it hook up. Holding it all together is a trick Jerry Bickel chassis thats NHRA certified for 6-second runs though 2020, and it has been completely powdercoated in a gold hammertone that looks cool and will last practically forever. The way it sits, the car currently runs 5.20s in the 1/8-mile and 8.20s in the -mile. Weld wheels powdercoated satin black look awesome and carry skinny Hoosier front runners and gigantic Hoosier slicks out back. Look at the price again. This is a seriously well-built race car that is ready to rock, right now. You couldnt come close to building it for that price but youll be competitive the moment you pull it off the trailer. This is an extremely impressive package. Call today! SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY
If youre kind of looking for a Chevelle or GTO but not finding any within your budget, perhaps you should start thinking differently. Take this 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, for example. The same tidy A-body footprint, a uniquely aggressive Oldsmobile look, and a fantastic combination of power and luxury that the junior brands cant quite match. Check it out. That shiny black paint gives this big Olds a mature but somewhat sinister look, like its all dressed up for a night out, complete with black leather gloves and an attitude. The paint is about five years old and shows quite well with no major issues, and it needs little more than a coat of wax to take it up a few levels. The clean flanks are free of messy body cladding or trim, and the guys who did the work were careful to maintain that crisp line that frames the wheel wells and tracks along the rocker panels. Nice! The wide grille with quad headlights was a distinctive Oldsmobile look for more than a decade, and it looks right without trying too hard. Stacked taillights were used throughout the lineup, so theres a full-sized connection to the brand even from behind. Chrome and stainless are quite nice and really pop against the black paint, and while this car originally carried a vinyl top (it was blue with a white top), they wisely dumped it in favor of the ultra-clean look you see today. Bucket seats were rather rare in Oldsmobiles, but if youre cross-shopping from the Chevelle store, youll be thrilled to see them here. New seat covers with suede inserts and red stitching, a custom dash pad, and matching black carpets on the floor make this look like a grown-ups muscle car. OEM-style door panels are an appropriate choice since they already look dressed up, and the custom steering wheel and center console add to the sporty vibe. And as I said, as an Oldsmobile, you got a few perks like cold factory A/C, power steering and power front disc brakes. Today theres a newer AM/FM stereo in the dash and it wasnt hacked up for the install, and it offers custom kick panels with built-in speakers that are a subtle way to improve the sound quality. Also take a moment to check out the ultra-clean trunk, complete with custom side and rear panels and black carpets. Originally packing a 330 cubic inch V8, this one now packs a 350 cubic inch Oldsmobile crate motor from ProFormance. Cackling to life with that characteristic Oldsmobile starter chatter, it idles smoothly and pulls with torque that suggests more cubic inches at work than there actually are. Theres a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, factory intake manifold, HEI distributor, and stock exhaust manifolds to keep it quiet. Fresh Rocket Gold paint on the block and a flashy Jetfire decal on the open-element air cleaner give it an Oldsmobile look under the hood, and thanks to a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, it sounds authoritative. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and the original rear end mean that its a superlative highway cruiser, and while the ride is smooth and supple, it is far from clumsy when the road starts to twist. Classic Torque Thrust wheels look good on just about anything, and on this Olds they wear 245/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. So take advantage of the Oldsmobiles anonymity, you might just find that theres a lot more car here than you expect. Call today!
We know there are a lot of you guys out there who love these early 70s pony cars, so when this great-looking 1972 Ford Mustang fastback showed up, we ushered it in and got busy taking some photos. A very recent freshening that includes new paint, interior, 4-wheel disc brakes, and a mildly upgraded 302 cubic inch V8, its the definitive answer to the guys who say horsepower died in 1971. The look says pro touring but in truth, it isnt too far from stock. The bright red finish looks awesome and with a satin black hood, this one doesnt need a lot of add-ons to get your attention. In fact, the fastback shape looks especially clean without spoilers or window slats. It was repainted quite recently, so it looks great with almost no signs of wear. They were careful not to over-do it, however, because the price needs to stay reasonable and youre going to want to drive it every chance you get. The shine is awesome, the bodywork is very nice, and as I said, the hood gives it a hi-po look that few cars could match in 1972. As a good original car, the panels fit together quite well and in 1972, the chrome bumpers and grille surround were standard equipment and they still look great today. As a result, it looks incredibly crisp and insanely appealing, the definitive performance look for 1972. The black interior was also replaced almost entirely. The dash is original, but beyond that, all the soft parts were upgraded to fresh parts. High-back buckets, a mini console, luxurious-looking door panels, and a taut headliner make it feel new inside and you cant argue with the style, which isnt dated at all. A factory 2-spoke steering wheel frames deeply set gauges that monitor the basics and look to be in good condition with fresh lenses. It carries factory A/C (the system is brand new but has not yet been charged), and along the way someone has added a modern AM/FM/cassette stereo system that sounds great when youre cruising, and honestly, do you really need more than a thumping 302 for fun? The folding rear seat makes this Mustang remarkably practical, and the trunk is beautifully painted to match the bodywork and needs nothing more than a repro trunk mat to be totally finished. In 1972, a 302 cubic inch V8 was the most popular powerplant in the Mustang arsenal, and its plenty entertaining today. This one was originally a 2-barrel engine but its been upgraded to make it a bit more entertaining without changing its character. It has been upgraded to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold to help it breathe a little better, Pertronix ignition, and a set of long-tube headers, so its definitely more potent. Ford Blue paint, finned valve covers and a matching Ford Motorsport air cleaner, and satin black inner fenders provide a great visual treat and theres a big radiator up front to keep it cool. They even added a reproduction Autolite battery topper. The C4 3-speed automatic shifts smoothly and it powers a stout 9-inch rear end with highway-friendly gears inside. The brake system is almost entirely new, including a disc brake at all four corners and a fresh booster under the hood. The undercarriage is incredibly clean, with light undercoating on the floors, a new Flowmaster exhaust system, and a new gas tank out back. Trick Ridler wheels look fantastic and carry staggered 255/35/18 front and giant 275/35/20 rear performance radials. This sucker looks amazing, but the way it drives will really win you over. Not many Mustangs looked more potent than this, and it definitely delivers on the promises the awesome bodywork makes. Call today!
If you want a musclebound Chevelle, you can track down some old heap and restore it, making it just what you want. Or you can simply come in and buy this 1971 Chevelle SS hardtop thats already got all the good stuff, including a big block and factory A/C, and costs a lot less than what it would take to build it yourself. Big bad Chevelles never go out of style, and while 1971 wasnt the peak for performance from the factory, today they can be fortified with some of the nastiest powerplants ever devised. Many fans also prefer the 1971s single headlight look, which seamlessly blends with the rounded A-body shape. Thanks to a dedicated restorer, the sheetmetal looks quite good with straight panels that are worthy of being covered in that sizzling yellow paint. Its not a trailer queen, but the shine is brilliant and believe me, nobodys going to argue with a car that looks like this, especially not with a big block under the hood. Painted-on black stripes, a cowl-induction hood with pins, and SS badges are additional warning signs that this is not a car to be trifled with on the street. Chrome bumpers, nice stainless trim, and those four round taillights out back are every bit as distinctive as the engine note. Factory buckets, a center console, and a horseshoe shifter are the highlights of the nicely refinished interior. Correct black reproduction seat covers give the Chevelle an upscale look thats also quite comfortable, and the wide back seat is good for road trips. Factory gauges cover the basics and the round gauges were only found in the SS models, so this one is probably legit. It feels plenty potent from behind the wheel and once the engine fires, nobody will be asking questions. The coolest shifter in the world lives between the seats and the carpets are protected by matching black rubber floor mats. Theres also an AM/FM/cassette stereo in the original slot, cold factory A/C, and in the trunk youll find correct spatter-finish paint, a reproduction mat, and a full-sized spare tire. But you and I both know the reason we love Chevelles is because their engine bays are big enough to handle the biggest of big blocks. In this cars case, its a brutal 402 cubic inch V8 with goodies from all the big names. Theres a proper cowl-induction air cleaner on top, proudly advertising this is a 402 with 345 horsepower, big block chrome valve covers, and all the cast iron is coated in Chevy Orange. Spend a weekend cleaning it up a bit and you will have one nasty A-body. Power steering and brakes mean that having that big chunk of horsepower over the front wheels isnt a chore to drive, and the quick-shifting TH400 3-speed automatic transmission snaps through the gears with authority. Theres also a 12-bolt out back, durable enough to handle the big blocks power, and with twin Magnaflow mufflers the soundtrack is like an angry god is chasing you. Charcoal SS wheels are one of the better-looking choices for a street brawler, and the look will never go out of style. Fat 15-inch BFGoodrich T/A radials give it just a bit of rake that makes all the difference. This is already the Chevelle you were planning on building for yourself, all finished and ready to enjoy. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call!
With its aggressive stance, handsome icy blue paint job, and cackling small block under the hood, this 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute is an awesome show and go piece that will make you smile every time you see it. Its got the right stance, the right hardware, and a bunch of attitude to go with it, making it an ideal choice for cruise nights and having fun. Second generation Camaros are gaining a lot of momentum in the collector car market, and whether theyre stock or lightly modified like this one, they remain brilliant performers with timeless good looks that will never go out of style. This one was originally yellow, but today it wears a metallic blue that might be close to Ascot Blue. Its got a subtle look that doesnt dilute the cars identity, and finish quality is quite good overall. Dig the blacked-out grille and slender chrome bumperettes which define the early Gen Two F-bodies, along with those perfectly applied black SS stripes buried under the clear for a seamless look. Adding just the right balance to the chin spoiler, the large rear spoiler is a three-piece unit that allows the trunk to open and looks like it belongs on a Trans-Am racer. Along the way, youll also notice crisp body lines, excellent panel prep, and a deep finish that will be a pleasure to wax on a Saturday afternoon. If youre looking for a great hobby car, this Camaro does it all extremely well. The black bucket seat interior is almost 100% stock, and with the redesigned Camaro, GM got it right on the first try. Those deep buckets were some of the more supportive seats on the market in 1972, complementing the cars impressive cornering abilities. A center console with that cool horseshoe shifter are a connection to the earlier Camaro, and the steering wheel is a familiar 4-spoke design that still works rather well. This one also offers a rather handsome burled walnut dash applique, grippy fabric on the seats, and an AM/FM/cassette radio that could probably do with an upgrade. The factory gauges cover the basics, so a trio of aftermarket dials were neatly installed at the base of the center stack and we like the look. The back seat is in almost new condition and the clean trunk needs nothing more than a reproduction mat to give it an OEM look. The redesigned Camaro made great use of improved suspension geometry and a 350 cubic inch small block under the hood gives this 72 impressive handling and light steering that make it a pleasure to drive. The engine bay was clearly nicely detailed, with lots of chrome and polished aluminum. However, its not just for show, as it runs superbly thanks to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, polished intake manifold, and long-tube headers; heck, if you dont drive em, you may as well collect clocks, right? Bright Chevy Orange engine paint looks fresh and the chassiss condition suggests that this car has lived someplace warm all its life. The TH350 3-speed automatic offers snappy shifts and powers a 10-bolt rear end. The suspension has been lowered a bit, giving the car a predatory stance that eliminates fender gap with those big wheels and the recent Flowmaster exhaust system sounds fantastic. Those are fresh American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wearing staggered 235/45/17 front and massive 275/40/18 rear performance radials. This 1972 Camaro is exactly the kind of car that never lasts long on the showroom floor, so call today!
Early Mustangs are still one of the very best ways to get into the old car hobby for not a lot of cash. This 1966 Mustang coupe is one of those cars that everyone will love, parts are available just about everywhere, and for the money you just wont be able to find a more iconic car to put in your garage. Code Y Silver Blue is this ponys original color, and for Mustang fans its a favorite. Understated yet unusual, it looks bright and clean on this affordable coupe. It was repainted a few years ago and is showing a few signs of age, but then again, a Mustang with some character lines can be extremely appealing. Nothing about the original design has been changed, so everywhere you go people will tell you what an awesome car this is and how much they love the color. Panel fit is decent all around and while it shows some age, you could probably wake it up with a professional buff job. Nice chrome bumpers, the simplified 1966 grille and running pony emblem, and those instantly-recognizable taillights all give this Mustang a familiar look that will win its share of admirers. They splurged on a two-tone interior for this neat little coupe, and the contrast inside is clean and cheerful. Bucket seats were standard on Mustangs, as were seat belts, the first American car to make them standard equipment. The seat covers are relatively recent, along with matching carpets and door panels to complete the ensemble. In 1966, all Mustangs received the 1965 GT instrument panel with five gauges and a large central speedometer, and while the gauges themselves are unrestored the overall look is inviting. A newer AM/FM/iPod stereo head unit fits into the original radios slot, so you at least have some variety in the entertainment department, and it powers a set of speakers built into the rear parcel shelf. This car also includes cold A/C, mounted under the dash which is the only way it came in 1966. The trunk is properly outfitted with a reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire. The T-code 200 cubic inch inline-six should not be overlooked by enthusiasts, and theres a growing group of guys who recognize these sturdy engines as more than just inexpensive alternatives to V8s. Wearing Ford Blue paint most of its original equipment, its a nice runner with an unobtrusive demeanor. It hasnt been modified during its 50 years of life and there are plenty of signs of conscientious maintenance over the years. One important thing to note is that service access on the six is unbeatable and parts are insanely inexpensive and easy to replace, so keeping this one in top mechanical condition should be a breeze. It has enough guts to turn the A/C compressor and power steering pump and still feel energetic, and power delivery is silky smooth. The three-speed automatic transmission means that driving this one anywhere is as easy as turning the key and 3.20 gears out back promise a nice compromise between performance and cruising ability. The underside is just as clean as youd hope, even for an affordable Mustang, and the single exhaust system has a proper six cylinder grumble to it. It rolls on modern 14-inch wheels set of 205/70/14 radials. This is a very affordable early Mustang with an eager personality and lots of options. Dont overlook it because of what it isnt, embrace it for what it is: a cool old Mustang thats surprisingly fun to drive. Call today!
This 1972 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 is proof that Oldsmobile wasnt giving up on the muscle car era. With a 455 cubic inch V8 under the hood, a shape that is still one of the most attractive muscle cars of all time, and plenty of Oldsmobile comfort, this car represents a great way to own a legend without the giant price tag. Finished in correct code 24 Nordic Blue, this 442 is every bit the upscale cruiser that GM envisioned when it launched the nameplate in the mid-60s. It was nicely restored several years ago and still looks great, with extremely straight sheetmetal, great panel gaps, and the proper black stripes that frame the wheel wells and highlight the hood scoops. It was repainted a few years ago and shows some signs of age and use, but even from a few feet away, this 442 looks quite good. Reproduction 442 and W-30 badges warn potential predators away from this big block powered rocket, and the chrome is brilliant all around, including the rear bumper whose exhaust cut-outs only came with the L75 455 engine. The 72 Cutlasses were also dressed up with black inserts in the headlight buckets and fine mesh grilles up front, and six-element taillight lenses in back. Blue buckets with a center console is how the car came from the factory and the interior appears to be largely original. The seat covers are in excellent shape and show a lot more detail than the repro stuff, although the carpets are likely newer replacements that feature the correct weave. As an upscale model, the 442 got lots of wood on the dash and door panels, and the gauges feature brushed stainless faces that still look good 40 years later. This one also keeps it just the way the factory intended, including the stock AM radio and no aftermarket gauges or other add-ons aside from a set of embroidered 442 floor mats. The dash pad, headliner, and back seat all remain impressively well-preserved and the trunk is outfitted with a correct mat and matching spare wheel with a vintage Uniroyal bias-ply spare tire that probably dates to the cars earliest days in the 70s. The engine is the cars matching-numbers L75 455 cubic inch V8, which in 1972 grunted out a very impressive 300 horsepower and 410 pounds of torque with the W-30 option package. Some would say that performance was over by 1972, but this engine proves otherwise. With an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor, it starts easily, idles well, and pulls like a big block should with torque available at any speed. The engine bay is quite tidy, with an OEM look that includes the ram air setup on top of the air cleaner. Underneath, theres a correct TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and a 12-bolt rear end coded TO, which means a set of 3.73 gears and a limited slip, so acceleration is explosive to say the least. The 442 also received the FE2 suspension which included heavy-duty springs and shocks, front and rear sway bars, and boxed lower rear control arms (which have been upgraded to Hotchkis units). To attract attention, theres a snarling Flowmaster dual exhaust system plus those beautiful 14x7 Rally wheels wearing 215/70/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials. The 442 is legendary, and though the muscle car era was winding down, this fantastic W-30 proves that it was far from over. Fast, fun, and beautiful, call now because this Olds wont last long!