Jaguar is perhaps most famous for their slinky 2-seat convertibles, and this 1999 Jaguar XK8 continues the tradition in grand style. Offering a huge amount of performance for the cost of a used Honda, this is A-list motoring that anyone can afford. Finished in brilliant Meteorite Metallic (AKA silver), this looks like the right car to have inherited the E-Types legacy. Long, smooth, with a very pronounced hood, an oval air intake, and smooth headlamps, its instantly recognizable as a Jaguar. Theres a serious performance car underneath, but it doesnt seem to need to advertise, which means no spoilers, no wing, just clean lines that are elegance in motion. It shows only 68,123 miles on the clock and there might be some signs of time and use throughout, but theres no denying the sinuous look of Jaguars top cat. And despite the flaws, this car clearly demonstrates that $80,000 paint is better than $30,000 paint and remains a tribute to the artisans in Coventry who assemble these cars; remember that this car is coming up on 20 years old yet still turns heads like few others. There are almost no nits to pick aside from the usual signs of use on the lower edges, but even those are virtually invisible thanks to the wonders of silver paint. Jaguar is rightly famous for their sumptuous interiors, and just because the car has nearly 300 horsepower on tap doesnt mean it cant be comfortable as well. With a masterful blend of natural materials (Cashmere leather on the seats, real burled walnut on the dash, and wool carpets underfoot) there are few other automakers who can compete with Jaguar at this level. All of it is in very good condition befitting the age and mileage, although the drivers seat has been reupholstered at some point. Jaguars only came one way: loaded, and everything is in working order on this one, including the ice cold A/C. The burled walnut instrument panel and matching console are downright gorgeous and probably worth the price of admission all by themselves. The AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo system still sounds good by todays standards and you can pretty much forget the old wives tales about electrical gremlins in Jaguars because this one works as intended. Theres also a snug-fitting black canvas convertible top that disappears under a matching tan boot for a clean look. Oh, and if youd like to do some grand touring, the trunk is big enough to accommodate all the gear youd neat for a nice road trip. The XK8s real claim to fame, however, is under the hood where a 290 horsepower version of Jaguars 4.0 liter DOHC V8 makes this car feel like a British Corvette. Of course, its very civilized horsepower, but that doesnt mean the engine isnt monstrously powerful. Properly maintained for the past 18 years, it starts and runs rather well and doesnt exhibit any of the issues that often plague high-end performance cars. A gentle prod of the throttle generates impressive thrust and torque that makes you smile, but mashing it creates a demonic blur outside the windows as the car lunges forward. A 5-speed automatic and an athletic suspension are standard, so Jaguars wonderful blend of handling and ride quality remains in place. Its also equipped with powerful 4-wheel disc brakes and it rides on very cool-looking 17-inch chrome alloys wearing staggered 245/50/17 performance radials. Not perfect, but an A-list luxury performance car that still attracts attention and delivers a first-class motoring experience. Call today!
Not every car has to be a show piece, and this 1929 Ford Model A tudor sedan shows you how easy it is to get into the hobby for not a lot of cash. If your interest runs towards early iron, you cant do much better than a Model A, and this one offers use-it-now utility with a great look and plenty of practicality. Its also a ball to drive! Sedans are a great way to enjoy old cars. Sure, the roadsters and phaetons get all the attention, but as soon as the weather turns rainy or cold, everyone will be eyeing your roll-up windows and spacious back seat. The Model A looks quite stylish with two doors, too, showing off ideal proportions that make the small car look impressive. The blue paint is in excellent shape, and it has a bright, honest look that suits the workaday Model A. There are signs of use because someone truly loved this car and used it as intended, but nothing stands out and it looks great even from a few feet away. Panel fit is decent and it doesnt look like this car was ever rusty, and the crisp edges on the body moldings mean there are no nasty surprises hiding underneath. Straw-colored pinstripes highlight the belt moldings, a detail that didnt cost Henry all that much but paid big dividends in terms of how upscale the cars looked. The black fenders were the only available color on a Model A, and the bright pieces like the radiator and headlights are chrome instead of the original nickel for easy maintenance. The interior has the same finished look as the exterior, nicely finished and ideal for touring. The tudor sedan was the best seller and with a pair of bucket seats up front, its easy for everyone to get comfortable. Gray cloth upholstery makes sure the seats are comfortable and they dont show any rips, tears or other issues, so its ready to enjoy. Theres room for five and the back seat in particular is impressively spacious with plenty of legroom. The traditional Model A center instrument panel shines up nicely and the hard rubber steering wheel is in fantastic shape for its age. Front seat passengers get a rubber mat while there are correct carpets in back, and both door panels have their own map pockets, which is handy in a car where the dashboard is also the gas tank. And for affordable transportation, the little details like the window garnish moldings and door hardware are nicely detailed. The same 200 cubic inch inline four that powers all Model As lives in this one, and it makes the same happy sounds and makes the same impressive torque. The sturdy little cast iron motor is as reliable as a cinder block and still runs all its original components, including an updraft carb, original distributor, and generator. Recent hoses and correct clamps are a nice touch, and the block wears correct Ford Green paint that shows a bit of age. The 3-speed manual transmission is non-synchronized, but double-clutching is easy, and the gear ratios are well-suited to around-town driving. Bright wire wheels are correct and carry right-sized 4.75/5.00-21 Firestone blackwalls. Old cars can be a ton of fun, especially when they run well and dont cost a fortune. This Model A will teach you the basics and will always be ready when you are. Call today!
By now youve noticed the trend in Volkswagen Beetles, and theyre not getting cheaper. This 1971 VW Super Beetle convertible is a great example of still-affordable fun, though, with a classic color combination, a solid structure, and all the charm that came standard with every single one they ever built. This jaunty little Beetle convertible should look instantly familiar to just about anyone, and painting it white with black accents gives it a somewhat aggressive look that suits it just fine. It sure looks like this tidy ragtop has lived a good life and with a few tasteful upgrades, it remains one of the better specimens weve featured. That means paint that shines up nicely without looking over-done, a good fit to the doors thats typical of these sturdy little cars, and shiny chrome bumpers that look great against the monochromatic paint. Theres not a lot of trim on the 71 models but what is there all looks quite good, from the chrome bumpers to the bright headlight rings to the VOLKSWAGEN emblem on the engine cover. Clear parking light lenses update the look a bit and as a 1971 model, it still carries the preferred small taillights, although these have the traditional three-color lenses for a unique look. All Beetles had vinyl upholstery when they were new, and we love the simple black buckets with white piping to add some contrast. That piping, combined with body-colored accents, new black carpets, andh matching door panels, gives it a very finished, high-quality look. The dash is in good condition and the single pod ahead of the driver carries the big round speedometer with integral fuel gauge thats the extent of Beetle instrumentation. The entertainment system has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit and the custom shifter improves shift feel. Overhead, theres a fresh black convertible top that fits as well as any weve ever seen on a Beetle, and includes a correct glass rear window and interior headliner that makes the VW feel a lot plusher than youd expect. The front trunk compartment is clean, although not totally finished and could have a reproduction mat set installed to really take it up a notch. The traditional 1600 cc VW flat-four engine is about as simple and reliable as machines get, and thanks to proper maintenance, it runs as well as youd expect. It isnt detailed for show, but it does have a well-maintained vibe and some new components, and it hasnt been modified like so many of its siblings. It starts easily, idles well, and pulls the cute little Bug around with enough enthusiasm to make it fun to drive. Underneath, there are clean floor pans (likely replacements, which really isnt a big deal for VW lovers), some recent suspension work, and a 4-speed manual transmission with well-spaced ratios that make the most of the engines modest output. Those black wheels resemble early Minilites and add a sporty look, especially with slightly oversized 165R15 Goodyear radials that fill the fenders quite nicely. Just a well-loved and well-maintained Bug ragtop thats ready to enjoy. You could get one for less, but why bother fixing one up when you can have this one as a turn-key package? Call today!
When Cadillac unveiled the Allante, it was also an announcement that they were once again serious about building high-end luxury cars. With a body by Pininfarina and robust Cadillac mechanicals, this 1992 Cadillac Allante was a beautifully built and stylish machine. And it was priced accordingly, although GM probably lost money on every single one, thanks to a custom-built 747 hauling 56 Allantes at a time to and from Italy for finishing. Today, they represent a great deal of luxury and performance for not much money. This 1992 Cadillac Allante is an extremely clean specimen wrapped in a highly desirable color scheme of bright red over black leather. Pearl white was almost the Allantes signature color, but the read really brings out the chiseled good looks and even driving them around today, you will find most people dont realize its 25 years old. As a hand-assembled car, panel gaps and alignment are better than the rest of the Cadillac line up, and the paint is truly worthy of a $60,000 automobile. Details are clean and crisp, from the traditional Cadillac grille up front to the slick clear taillights that pre-dated the current trend by more than a decade. The black canvas convertible top is in excellent condition, and folds into its well behind the seats where it is covered by a hard shell. Most Allantes were dressed with tan leather, but this one sports a gorgeous black leather interior instead, and its a spectacular contrast to the paint. The leather is in excellent condition and those seats are still as comfortable today as they were in 1992. Cadillac used the Allante to explore new technology, and youll find a set of digital gauges (theyre all fully operational and bright), as well as a computer that will monitor things such as low fluids and even reminds you to turn on your headlights. Automatic climate control was, of course, part of the package, as well as a powerful stereo system that stills sounds great with the top down. The seats have a comfortable, lived-in look, but no signs of damage or neglect, and the trunk compartment looks like new. 1992 was the final year of Cadillacs venerable 4.9 liter OHV V8, which, in Allante trim, made 200 horsepower. Extremely reliable and with enough power to make the Allante a sprightly performer on the road, its the ideal traveling partner when the sun is shining and the top is down. The engine is backed by a 4-speed automatic that delivers crisp shifts and has quick reflexes for when you want to run fast, something this car is more than capable of doing. Underneath, its very clean and shows no signs of rust or structural damage, owing to careful ownership for the past 27 years. It fires up with a subtle bark from the exhaust, which suggests power in a sophisticated way, and pulls cleanly to speeds thatll get you jail time in most states. Factory alloys are in excellent shape and carry recent 16-inch Toyo radials. A V8-powered bright red 2-seater with every luxury feature imaginable for $12 grand? Nice! No, they didnt really unseat the Mercedes SL as the convertible to own, but without the Allante, its doubtful that Cadillac would be enjoying their current renaissance. Isnt it time to treat yourself to a luxury convertible? Call today!
Remember when youd see tough little S10 pickups all over the place? The factory got in on the action with the 1989 Chevrolet S-10 BAJA, and maybe its a truck whose time has come again. You certainly wont see them on every street today and it still has a tough, purposeful look thats appealing even 30 years later. The only color available on the BAJA pickups was white, and the high-contrast look of the white paint, blacked trim, and red graphics works rather well. It certainly doesnt look dated and someone has taken very good care of this particular truck so it looks pretty darned good overall. Not perfect, but certainly nice enough to generate more than a few thumbs-up gestures on the road, yet not so nice that you wont use it as intended. The S-10s squared-off bodywork still has a tough, working class look that is quintessential truck and even though its small, it still looks tough. Enhancing that look is a roll bar mounted in the bed, custom tubular bumpers, and, of course, the driving lights (they are not hooked up due to traffic laws). The bed features a spray-in bedliner that means you can still use the truck for its real purpose and by the looks of things, this S-10 never really had to work a day in its life. Thats exactly the kind of truck you want to own today. The interior is pure 1980s, complete with cloth seats with red stripes that look very space-age. Nevertheless, the Baja comes with a long list of standard equipment, including working factory A/C, power windows and locks, a tilt wheel, and even cruise control. The factory upholstery is in good condition considering its 30 years old and even the carpets are holding up pretty well. The controls will seem familiar, because almost everyone owned one of these at some point, and with a center console between the seats, the BAJA seems right at home in todays world. Even the stereo is pretty good, an original AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that was on the cutting edge of technology in 1989. Thats the shifter for the 4-wheel-drive system in the middle and theres a helpful pictograph on the front of the console to remind you that youre in 2WD or 4WD. A sliding glass rear window is another nice feature that makes this truck very pleasant to drive year round. GMs 4.3 liter V6 was a real workhorse in these compact pickups, and considering its of a 350 V8, you shouldnt be surprised that its a pretty good performer. As is common with the 4.3 and GM fuel injection of the period, its a little grumpy when its cold and you could probably improve it with nothing more than a tune-up. The engine bay is quite stock and very clean, so you know it has never spent time in the winter weather and someone obviously has been looking after this truck for the past few decades. Theres plenty of torque on tap for the relatively lightweight little truck and it should continue to run pretty much indefinitely if you take care of it. An automatic transmission is the right choice with the burly V6, making this a truck that will cruise through traffic at rush hour or climb a trail equally well. The independent front end gives it surprisingly good road manners for a burly 4x4 and the custom exhaust system offers a fun soundtrack. Factory wheels painted black work well with the rest of the BAJA look and theyre equipped with 235/75/15 Goodyear Wrangler radials. Small pickups have virtually disappeared from showrooms, but theyre still a great alternative if you just want a fun all-purpose vehicle. The BAJA delivers and does it with style. Call today!
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Everyone knows the Corvette is an American icon. The third generation Corvettes have been strong in the market the last couple of years and are really coming into their own. The chrome bumper cars such as this one command much stronger prices than the later all plastic bumper cars. The factory t-top gives you the best of both worlds. You have the open-air of a convertible and the strength and weather protection of a coupe when you want it. This healthy 1972 454 Vette is finished in the original rare and retro cool Ontario Orange with tan leather interior. The body is in excellent condition with no visible signs of cracking or spider webbing. It has had one respray since new. Body gaps are good and the doors open and close smoothly. The car is in excellent mechanical condition. Transmission has just been rebuilt and it has a new AC compressor. Suspension is tight, brakes are strong and the steering is tight. Lift the hood and you will see a very clean original looking engine compartment with GM stamped hoses and the smog pump still in place. Ignition shielding is still intact on the distributor and it does have the correct heavy duty shielded plug wires. If youve been thinking about buying a classic Corvette now is the time to do it. You dont want to be kicking yourself in a couple of years saying that you wish you had bought one back and they were this cheap. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
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You could build a car like this, but it wouldnt be easy. It would require not only lots of time and money, but the expertise of a team of professionals to bring it all together into a complete package that works the way it was intended. There are some individuals out there that can do it all themselves, but for the rest of us mortals, you can just buy this car and reap the benefits of the team that Musclecar TV brought together to build this Business Time! project during season 7. Check it out. Lets start by describing the body and look of this car. It definitely stands out in a crowd with that Green paint! Alternately called Loud Green or Intoxicating Green, it grabs your attention. The hood is painted flat black with Hemi shining through announcing what is underneath it. The car has been lowered down and has a bit of rake to the chassis which, along with those massive tires in the back, gives it a sinister stance. A blacked-out grill has a bright green pinstripe through the middle and there is a custom front bumper with stamped and dimpled holes. From the rear, you gotta know that the chassis has been tubbed in order to fit those tires under there. The lights on this car subscribe to the minimalist philosophy with the turn signals and brake lights deleted, although the running lights all work. When you open the door and scope out the interior, there is little doubt that this cars project name is appropriate. Its all about business. The first thing you notice is a lightweight door panel and the 10-point roll cage with a swing out bar for easy entry and exit. Have a seat in the custom bucket seats outfitted with RCI racing harnesses and get yourself settled in. Make sure you can reach the Painless Wiring switch panel with clearly labeled rocker switches, and the TCI outlaw pistol grip shifter for the trans while you are strapped in for business, and then take a hold of the Grant GT steering wheel. In front of you is a full complement of Summit, back lit gauges to help you keep track of fuel level, oil pressure, water temp, voltage and (spoiler alert), boost. There is a programable racing tach with shift light mounted to the roll cage where you cant miss it, even under pressure. Now to the incredible engine they built that makes this Mopar a brute on the street, as well as the chassis mods that make it a contender on the track. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the build sheet for this car for more complete details. A late model Hemi block was bored and stroked to 426 cubic inches, topped with Thitek G III custom cylinder heads, then pressurized by an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger. Comp Cams supplied a custom ground billet roller camshaft, and Harland billet rocker arms transfer the lift the valves. The best equipment from Wiseco, ARP, Melling and Milodon assure a strong, well lubed bottom end and a Holley Dominator fuel pump with HP regulator feeds DeatschWerks fuel injectors. Its pumping out about 900 HP!! That power flows back through a TCI 4L80E 6X overdrive trans to a Moser engineering Dana 60 with 4.56 gears and a True Trac, 35 spline posi. An S&W Race Cars 4-link rear suspension gets the power to the ground through 33X18.5-15 street legal slicks mounted on Weld Racing wheels. Up front, theres a Reilly Motorsports AlterKtion Coil over setup handling things and Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes assure that you can haul this ride back down from speed. Well built by the guys on Musclecar TV and the team of pros that back them up. Just waiting to be well driven by you.
If you like playing with serious toys off road, but want to show up with something a little bit different, then take a look at this International Scout II. They won a series of races in the late 70s like the Baja 1000, finishing almost two hours ahead of a CJ7, and were winning races like the Score off road events in Riverside California. Check it out. This one has recently received a beautiful new Black basecoat/clearcoat paint job. The body lines and panel gaps all look straight and good and while it would be a shame to scratch it, it really looks ready for action. Up front, a power bulge hood looks good and hints at the V8 power lurking below it. A body colored grill of vertical lines sits between the headlights and is underlined by a simple black bumper. Out back, a beefy looking tailgate has International emblazoned on it in orange with dual exhaust pipes peeking out from under another simple bumper. Bestop has got you covered on this 4x4 with a nice-looking system that extends all the way to the tailgate providing for good inside storage. There is an International Harvester badge on the front fenders and a step up for the cab because this Scout sits on up there on 32X11.50s and Centerline wheels. Open the door and you will find an interior set up for doing some serious off-road business. There is a rollover hoop if your world turns upside down while you are out playing and a diagonal bar cuts down from the roll over hoop to the front footwell to protect the driver and passenger from side impacts. Racing seats are set up with G-Force racing harnesses to keep you in place and in control. There is an Autometer Sport Comp tack with shift light and well as Autometer gauges to keep accurate tabs on water temp and oil pressure, all mounted where the driver can see them in the heat of battle. The shifter for the manual transmission as well as the gearshift for the 4WD transfer case are in the center within easy reach. There is a simple bench in the back for riding people down to the bon fire after the race with plenty of room for coolers. Pop the forward tilting hood up and you will find the 345 cubic inch V8 motor that powers this little Scout setting down in the engine bay. It draws fresh air in through a triangular shaped filter and feeds it to a Weber 4-barrel carburetor then down through stock intake and heads that make plenty of low-end torque. Mallory handles the ignition system with a model 205 coil and long tube headers get the spent gasses out and headed back through a dual exhaust system. A Champion brand aluminum radiator assures that temperatures will stay under control even under pressure. A fresh set of leaf springs both front and rear are ready for action and mount solid axles with Superwinch lockers for maximum traction when the going gets tough. It all sits up on those 32X11.50 Goodyear Wrangler AT/S tires mounted on Centerline wheels. A serious off-road toy that you dont see every day. Come on down and check it out.
CJ7s are like the Swiss Army knife of vehicles. They can do about anything. They can get you to a job or get you as far away from a job as possible. They are basic and reliable, but full of adventure and fun. They give a driver great visibility and maneuverability in the city, and can get the driver where no one will see them and there is room to run. Check out this great looking CJ and think about all the different ways you could use it. Jeeps make their own fashion statement by not trying to make a different one every year. They look the same and have remained true to their roots as a very capable all-around vehicle since their introduction in 1945, although they did grow a bit to make them more stable and user friendly with the introduction of the CJ7. A fresh coat of paint in a nice shade of Red gives this one a nice new shine to it. Fresh chrome adds a splash of flash with the new double bar front bumper shining bright as well as the rocker trim, sill plates, windshield hinges and mirrors. The back bumper includes a trailer hitch receiver so you can pull whatever toys you wish to your favorite playground, and a convertible top as well as removable doors mean that you can play in the open air on the way there, or stay warm and protected from the elements if you need to. Open the door (if it is even on there) and you will find a neat and clean interior that is intentionally easy to keep that way no matter where you take it. The whole floor and interior is Rhino lined with removable floor mats front and rear. High backed bucket seats have been freshly recovered and are comfortable for long cruises as well as supportive for playing off road. The back seat has also been recovered so you can bring a couple friends with you on your adventures too. The roll bar provides for some safety as well as providing a hand hold for your back-seat passengers while you make a dramatic entrance to the bonfire or campsite. A three-spoke steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column with the shifter for the manual transmission and 4-wheel drive transfer case rising from the floor. A chrome panel in the center holds most of the gauges and controls as well as a Kenwood stereo that is FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure. Under the hood is the tried and true 258 cubic inch in-line 6-cylinder engine. They have proven themselves as reliable powerhouses that make good torque for off road playing or around town driving. A black air filter assembly feeds fresh air to a two-barrel carburetor and there is a ribbed black and polished valve cover. Headers get the spent gases out to a cherry bomb style muffler which gives this Jeep a nice healthy sound. Power flows out through the 3-speed manual transmission and transfer case to the rear, or all four wheels through solid axles mounted on leaf springs both front and rear. Fresh Hydro 7000 shocks as well as power steering keep things under control and power front disc brakes provide great stopping ability. 305/70R16 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ tires are mounted on Dick Cepek wheels which are definitely a nice -looking addition to this Jeep. Which way would you use this Jeep? On road? Off road? Towing something? Like a Swiss Army knife, it can do it all. Come on down and check it out.
The Manhattan was the top-of-the-line Frazer. It was the first entirely new postwar body style, built to high quality standards, and was offered in a never before equaled array of colors. Check out this one that is presented in a striking shade of Teal and see what you think. The color really shows off the fluid lines of this car. It was referred to as an envelope body as the fenders enveloped the wheels, enclosing them as part of the whole rather than separating them visually, or actually, from the body. The bulbous fenders combined with a long wheelbase for a look that would soon be followed by the other manufacturers. Big chrome bumpers and grills remained popular however, and the Manhattan did not disappoint. Leading the way is a substantial bumper that curves out in the center, following the lines of the hood. The grill with its horizontal slots accentuates the look and has a couple yellow fog lights mounted in front of it. Above it on the hood itself is a Coat of Arms and Frazer in script. Mounted above the windshield is an impressive Fulton sunshade that is quite dramatic. The back of the car is less dramatic but flows nicely into another curvaceous bumper with a chrome exhaust tip peeking out from underneath. Open the door and you will find a roomy interior. The color scheme can be seen in the door panel with polished stainless trimming out the window, a pretty medium Blue cloth, an Ivory colored panel with a blue armrest in the center, and Black carpeting along the bottom. The steering wheel is a two-spoke affair with gently curving spokes and a half moon horn ring with a Coat of Arms in the center. The dashboard is Teal with chrome and polished metal defining a thin linear panel. Within it in front of the driver is the speedometer and the engine gauges. In the center is the radio with a dramatic speaker grill below it of horizontal lines with a series of chrome and Ivory control knobs below that. The passenger side has Frazer in script over the glove box. The Blue bench seats front and rear have been nicely recovered and are roomy and comfortable. An ivory headliner and black carpeting tie everything together nicely. Under the hood you will find an engine with an impressive name. It is the Continental Red Seal 226 cubic inch Supersonic L-head six powerplant. It sits down in a neat and clean engine bay with signs that it received good regular maintenance with new plugs, wires and distributor cap, as well as newer fuel lines and coolant hoses. Brake lines have been replaced throughout the car to assure good braking reliability too. The power the engine makes is sent back through a 3-speed manual transmission to the solid rear axle which is mounted on leaf springs. Coil springs on control arms gets the job done at the front. Teal steel wheels with chrome hub caps and polished trim rings look great with 7.10-15 wide white wall tires all around. Come on down and check out this stylish, roomy, and comfortable car. Then take it on home and get ready. Because when you take it out for a ride, there will probably be a waiting list of people who want to go with you.
This 58 mile Showcased 2013 60th Anniversary edition Corvette 427 Convertible still smells new, the package boasts an Arctic White exterior and a Blue Diamond leather-wrapped interior with suede-microfiber accents. The optional graphics package adds a classic track-ready appearance with full-length racing stripes in Pearl Silver Blue that run the length of the vehicle, including the interior. The convertible top even continues the appearance with stitched stripes. The package also includes gray-painted brake calipers, a ZR1 rear spoiler and 60th Anniversary badging on the wheel center caps, steering wheel and seat head restraints to give a finishing touch to this sleek and distinctive appearance.Calling back legends of the big block 427 convertibles of the mid 1960s, the 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible brings the supercar performance to the top down experience. That s 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds, a top speed of 190 mph on the test track and 505 horsepower with the wind in your hair. Remember to breathe. At the heart of 427 Convertible is the 7.0-liter (427 ci) LS7 aluminum-block V8, handcrafted by our own skilled engine craftsmen at the GM Performance Build Center where owners are invited to play a part with the optional Corvette Engine Build Experience. The engine incorporates lightweight titanium intake valves and connecting rods and contains a high-performance dry-sump oil system, which distributes pressurized oil to protect vital components under high-g driving conditions. It s track-ready power tucked within the classic Corvette convertible body for the first time in 60 years. Everything on the 427 Convertible works together to create stability during high-speed handling. The optional Carbon Fiber front splitter and side rockers from the ZR1 and Z06 help reduce lift, which helps keep the 427 grounded while maneuvering at high speeds. Standard Magnetic Selective Ride Control , which provides increased wheel control by dramatically reducing heave, pitch and roll even
We are pleased to present this 1969 Pontiac GTO with The Judge package. One of only 6,833 Judges made in 1969. This Judge has the numbers matching 400 Ram Air III engine and 4 speed manual transmission and comes with the original build sheet. This beauty was restored in the original Carousel Red with Parchment interior. Overall the car is excellent condition which means that it is good enough to win local events but not quite a Concourse level car. This car has been vetted by PHS (Pontiac Historical Society) with all the documents included. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
The 1960s were all about installing powerful V8s into lightweight cars, but not everyone got the idea. Thats what makes this highly original 1966 Chevrolet II Nova SS so special. Not too many had a 327 V8 installed at the factory, so this coupe is fast and rare. Someone took very special care to make sure that everything on this Chevy II Nova Super Sport is so well preserved. The exceptional fit and finish help emphasize the Novas clean, straight lines, and the factory-correct shade of Lemonwood Yellow benefits from a professional respray. Keeping a low profile was vital to the Novas street cred, so the classic and understated color lets the hardware underneath do all the talking. Of course, Chevrolet left hints at performance on every side of the car, with special SS badging on the chrome grille, and bright rear panel, as well as the elegant Super Sport script on each rear fender. There were even special hubcaps in this package. So it would be tough to call this car pristine, and authentic, without all these elements in place. Purely stock is the way to go with a car of this caliber. So the correct bucket seats, with a chrome center console in between them, is another hallmark of the SS package. Everything looks factory original, from the chrome accents on the black door panels, to the heat/defrost controls, to even the push-button AM radio. The woodgrain steering wheel gives this all a nice upscale touch, and beyond that are the wide, clear gauges you love on a 60s American classic like this. Lift the hood and youll see a refreshingly unmolested engine bay. The 327 cubic-inch engine shows all signs of being the same one installed at the Willow Run plant in September, 1966. This L30 motor is sought-after, and a somewhat rare option today. Compared to the L79, this one was happy to trundle through traffic without complaint, and has a fat bottom end that makes it the ideal street sleeper. It breathes nicely through a newer performance H-pipe exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. If this SS is starting to sound like the perfect mix of comfortable cruiser, and intimidating muscle car, youd be right. Thats why it has great features like the stout powerglide transmission, power steering, and power brakes. This is a Nova SS that was a sleeper when new, and now its a preserved with the original owners manual and maintenance receipts to prove it. Its a head-turning classic coupe at an affordable price. Call today!!
Pay attention, because this 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer is the one youve been waiting for. Fresh off restoration, this full convertible 4x4 has a new engine, new suspension components, slick paint, an A/C interior, and so much more. So you can read up on all the details, but you already know this is the classic Blazer of your dreams. The square-jaw stance of the first-gen Blazer makes them instantly aggressive. Of course, this one maximizes that intimidation factor with its tall suspension and a new application of deep black paint. The slickness of the clear coat also highlights the straightness of the body. So even this aggressor knows how to show off. The only thing rivaling the paint for shine are the large bright work elements, like the chrome bumpers, wide grille surround, and polished 16-inch Mickey Thompson wheels. The textured hardtop looks great in place almost like a two-tone black. But we really know youre going to love removing it, because after all, theres nothing like the sight of a full convertible 4x4. And this one was made to enjoy while open to the world. More evidence of how fresh this one is from restoration awaits you when you look inside. New two-tone seats, coordinating door panels, and fresh carpeting make this feel quite inviting. Theres plenty of room for family and friends, but this Blazer is also fun when youre just driving solo, too. After all, the bucket seats, center console, and upgraded Grant sports steering wheel give you a very comfortable position. Plus, this has been upgraded with a powerful Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo, and the new R134a air conditioning is blowing ice-cold. So you can just imagine how comfortable it is to drive with the top off even in the summer season. The full roll bar adds security and strength to this package. The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks great under the hood. Its a fresh crate motor from TAM Engineering, and you can tell how new it is just by the belts, wires, and components. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. It exhales with authority as the long tube headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. Its a total setup that gives you plenty of power for the street or trail. In fact, while this one is almost too pretty to take off-road, they made sure its ready to leave the pavement whenever you are. With its two-speed transfer case, Dana 44 front, Superwinch locking hubs, and strong 12-bolt rear, this is a true 4x4. Of course, features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and newer suspension components are great for both on and off-road. Theres even been an upgrade to vented front disc brakes. Freshly restored and filled with features, this is exactly how you imagined a classic convertible Blazer to be. So dont let you dream 4x4 go into someone elses garage. Call now!
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502 Ram Jet Engine Marina Blue over Bright Blue Interior White Top, Factory Color Combination Fuel-Injected, 502 HP/585 lb/ft Torque Automatic, Power Convertible Top Non-Smoker Inspected and Serviced Standard & Optional Equipment Includes: GM Performance 502 Ram Jet Crate MotorDual Exhaust w/ Electric Exhaust Cut-outsAutomatic TransmissionFactory Bucket SeatsFactory Center ConsoleFactory Air-ConditioningPower Convertible Top4-Wheel Electric Power BrakesGlobal West Front Control ArmsCustom Rear Control ArmsHydraulic Power SteeringFiberglass Performance HoodChrome A/C CompressorChrome AlternatorChrome MirrorsPolished March Serpentine DriveBe Cool Aluminum RadiatorCustom Alpine Stereo w/ Subwoofers & AmplifiersLooking for a nice Impala SS Convertible? Check this one out. This is an original Impala SS Convertible V8. This car has not been smoked in and we have serviced this Impala SS. If you have any questions or would like to see the car in person please contact me, Ian Peebles, directly at (352) 256-1240 or through my email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions please contact me via phone or email, or message me.The listed price does not include the $495.00 dealer fee. Buyer is responsible for tax, tag registration fees, and titling fees. All items are subject to prior sale. Removal of sold items can take up to 24-48 business hours to cancel. In the event a sold item is purchased your deposit will be promptly refunded or may be used to hold another vehicle. All sales are final, there are no refunds. Do not assume anything, if you have a question feel free to ask. Thank you for your business!
* 1978 CHEVROLET K -10 * * STEPSIDE / 4 - WHEEL DRIVE ** COMPLETE FRAME OFF ** RESTO-MOD WITH PS / PB / A/C ** VORTEC (LS1) V8 ENGINE ********* WE LOVE TO TRADE ********OUR OWNER, STEVE PHELPS, WILL IMMEDIATELY AND PERSONALLY ANSWER YOUR PHONE CALL 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 AM - 10 PM (EST). GIVE HIM A CALL ... RIGHT NOW … AT 407-435-9745.THE STORY BEHIND THIS 1978 CHEVROLET K-10 PICKUP... AND ... TO READ OUR STORY CLICK ON OUR DEALER PHOTOA weeks or so ago, we had one of my favorite trucks listed ... a 1945 completely original Ford Light Duty Pickup ... when a 77 year old gentleman visited our Hot Rod Ranch and just fell in love with it. The only problem was, I would have to buy his 1978 Chevy K-10 Resto-Mod first.You see ... he had purchased it some time ago in Georgia from the gentleman who had personally built it ... and ... after hearing more about it ... and ... that it was a 4X4 with a late model LS1 based Vortec engine, I was very excited. Well ... we were able to work out the purchase and I can now offer you one of the most incredible Resto-Mod Pickup's I have ever owned.This truck is ... INCREDIBLE !From the impeccable Red Paint ... to the ... Beautiful Real Black Leather interior ... to the ... late model LS1 based Vortec Engine with Air Conditioning... to the... completely Rebuilt Transmission & Drivetrain... to the Underside looking just as good as the Topside .... to the ... new Oak and Stainless Pickup bed ... .... this truck SCREAMS QUALITY!!!******** WE LOVE TO TRADE ********OUR OWNER, STEVE PHELPS, WILL IMMEDIATELY AND PERSONALLY ANSWER YOUR PHONE CALL 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 AM - 10 PM (EST). GIVE HIM A CALL ... RIGHT NOW … AT 407-435-9745.LOADED, LOADED, LOADED!!!EXTERIOR:1. Custom Red Exterior2. Black Front Tow Hooks3. Chrome Front Bumper4. Chrome & Black Rubber Bumper Guards5. Chrome Headlight & Grille Trim6. Black & Chrome Grille w/ Gold Chevy Bowtie7. Custom Machined Chevy Bowtie Hood Ornament8. Chrome Wheel Well Trim 9. Chrome, Black & Yellow “Scottsdale / 10” Fender Badges10. Black Windshield Wipers11. Chrome Window Trim12. Polished Drip Rails13. Polished Side Mirrors 14. Chrome Door Handles15. Custom Chrome Chevy Bowtie Key Locks16. Polished Billet Door Step17. Custom Stepside Bed18. Real Light Oak Wood Bed Inlays19. Polished Bed Floor Stripes20. Modified Fuel Tank21. Custom Tail Light Brackets22. Polished Tailgate Chain & Clear Rubber Cover23. Crate Square Rear Tail Lights24. Custom Diamond Plate & Chrome Rear Step-Bumper25. Custom Black Rear Ball-Hitch Plate 26. Polished 15” American Racing Baja Wheels27. Toyo A/T Open Country Off-Road TiresINTERIOR:1. Custom Red & Black Leather Interior2. Custom Black Leather & Carpet Door Panels w/ Chrome Trim3. Black Leather Door Armrest4. Original Black Chevrolet Steering Wheel5. Black Tilt Steering Column6. Chrome Gear Selector Lever7. Chrome Cruise Control & Windshield Wipers Lever8. Custom Red & Black Leather Dash9. Black LMC Truck Dash Gauge Cluster10. Original Gauges [Volts / Oil Pressure / Quartz Clock / Temperature / Speedometer / Fuel]11. Black Rectangular A/C Dash Vents12. Factory A/C Controls13. Black Kenwood Digital Radio14. Black Under Dash Dual Gauge Pod15. 2 x Black AutoGage Gauges [Oil Pressure & Water Temperature]16. Modified Dual Fuel Tank Switch17. Factory Dash Ash Tray18. Factory Dash Glove Box19. Custom Black Interior Carpeting20. Original 4-Wheel Drive Floor Gear Select21. Custom Black Leather 6-Way Powered Bucket Seats w/ Heat & Lumbar Support 22. Original Chrome Seat Belt Buckles23. Custom Black Leather Center Console w/ 2 x Cup Holders24. Custom Black Headliner25. Custom Black Sun Visors PERFORMANCE & SUSPENSION:1. 2005 Chevrolet 5.3L Vortex V8 [Block Painted Black]2. GM 700R4 Automatic Transmission3. Custom Handmade Brushed Aluminum Engine Cover 4. Black GM Catalyst Intake 5. GM Air Conditioning 6. Power Steering 7. Performance Aluminum Radiator 8. Black Original Frame9. 2 x Chevy 12-Bolt Rear Ends 10. Original Chevy 4-Wheel Drive Transfer Case11. Power Front Wheel Disc Brakes 12. Power Rear Wheel Drum Brakes 13. Gabriel Ultra Shock & Struts 14. Inlet Exhaust & Mufflers 15. Chrome Exhaust Tips ******** WE LOVE TO TRADE ********OUR OWNER, STEVE PHELPS, WILL IMMEDIATELY AND PERSONALLY ANSWER YOUR PHONE CALL 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 AM - 10 PM (EST). GIVE HIM A CALL ... RIGHT NOW … AT 407-435-9745.
1957 Chevrolet 210 for Sale. Tri-Five Terror. 418 cubic inch LS series engine with Garrett GT3582R twin turbos, Manly crank shaft, custom ground cam shaft, Scoggin Dicky LS3 heads, Holley HP fuel injection with 417 Motorsports Air To Water Holley Hi Ram intercooler, custom fuel tank with 2 pumps, Billet Specialties Tru Trac polished Serpentine belt system, Ron Davis Aluminum radiator with electric fans, American Racing stainless steel headers with 3 stainless steel exhaust, TH400 automatic transmission with manual valve body and trans brake, Martz weld in front chassis with rack and pinion power steering, Martz 4 four link rear suspension unit featuring a Ford 9 rearend with a 3.50:1 gear ratio, mini tubs, Ride Tech air ride suspension in all 4 corners, 15 Billet Specialties Street Lite wheels with rear double bead locks, Wilwood 4 wheel drilled and slotted disc brakes with a hydro boost power assist system, the exterior has been refinished in classic tropical turquoise with shaved drip rails and Carbon Fiber wrapped quarter panel inserts, tear drop hood cutout, billet hood and trunk hinges, LED tail lights, power windows, one of a kind custom built interior ( over 400 hours to complete) featuring Hydes Tan Jaguar Nappa full grain leather, German square weave carpet, custom console with compartments to hide the vehicles controls, molded headliner, matching trunk compartment with faux suitcases to hide the intercoolers icebox, Kenwood AM/FM/Bluetooth touch screen radio, polished aluminum dash trim, September 2017 Super Chevy Feature Car. This absolutely incredible build was highly inspired by Hot Rod Magazines legendary Project X 57 Chevy and is probably one of the most powerful and luxurious Tri-Five Street Rods on the planet. If you want the Rolex of Classic and Muscle Cars, here it is!