SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Supersonic Blue exterior, Ebony/Gray interior, glass top. 435hp LS3 engine, 6 speed automatic paddleshift transmission, posi rear-end. Factory features include the $5,995 3LT Preferred Equipment Group (Heads Up Display, tilt-n-tele, memory package, Bluetooth package, dual power heated sport seats, universal garage door transmitter, Bose CD/XM/MP3 stereo with Navigation, steering wheel controls, and center console-mounted USB and auxiliary inputs, cargo shade), Grand Sport package (Z06 sized wheels, tires, and brakes, wider fenders and quarter panels, Z06 style rear spoiler and front splitter, Z06 style front bumper, Performance Axle Ratio), Supersonic Blue tintcoat upcharge, two tone seats with embroidery, chrome wheels, HID headlights, dual zone electronic climate control, fog lamps, keyless entry and start, side airbags, OnStar, power windows, power locks, power steering, power brakes, power mirrors, cruise control, ABS, traction control, Active Handling. Coming with a clean Carfax and LOADED with options, this 2012 Corvette Grand Sport shows 48,870 miles, and is in good condition. This cars paint is good-vg, with a great shine. Glass top is in good condition, and factory chrome wheels are vg. Bridgestone Potenza RE050A RFT runflat tires show an average of 6/32nds tread depth remaining in the front, and an average of 5/32nds remaining in the rear. The interior of this 2012 Corvette Grand Sport shows good condition seats, good-vg steering wheel, and vg center console and door panels. Additions to this car include a catback performance exhaust system, window tint, Silver rear bumper fill-ins, mesh upper front grille, and Gray Grand Sport Heritage package style stripes. Call us today to bring home this loaded GS Coupe! 49K Miles. FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Our Price: $33,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
Dazzling in bright orange metallic paint with a powerful and reliable 350 V8 under the hood, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air has been built to show, yet drives like a modern muscle car. Tastefully modified, it retains all the styling cues that make the 57s so iconic, but done to standards they just couldnt have imagined when it was built. You can see from the reflections in our photo booth that there are no ripples or waves in the panels, even the big ones like the doors and quarters. Gaps are excellent, and theres something about the way the doors close on cars of this vintage that you cant find anywhere today. Its a solid, precise feeling that suggests the engineers were at the top of their game when they designed these cars. And that orange paint practically vibrates in the sun its so bright. With that lowered stance, it almost looks chopped or sectioned, but I assure you that its 100% as the General intended; its just the awesome workmanship that makes it look so incredible. All the chrome and stainless is in good shape, too, from the big grille with chrome Dagmars to the beautifully polished stainless on the flanks and around the windows. Its got some age on it, but nothing serious and nobody will ever notice the little flaws simply because the overall effect is so jaw-dropping. The interior more than lives up to the promises made by the body. Although it looks totally custom, those are factory seat frames wrapped in custom vinyl and cloth upholstery that neatly disguises the factory stuff, and like the paint, it has been done to an extremely high standard. The door panels have been upholstered to match the seats and everything else was painted to match the bodywork. The original dashboard has been retained and restored, and even the modern AM/FM/cassette radio looks like the 1957 version. A tilt steering column was cleverly added and painted to hide in plain sight, and the custom steering wheel is simply beautiful. Other features include heat and A/C (needs to be serviced), power windows, and a nicely finished trunk that looks just as trick as the rest of the interior. Power comes from a 350 cubic inch crate motor that looks right at home in the Bel Airs engine bay. That billet air filter feeds a Carter 4-barrel carb, and the aluminum valve covers sit atop a set of center-bolt heads. All the power accessories youd expect are included, from the A/C to the power steering and 4-wheel power disc brakes, making this a car that is daily-driver reliable and show car beautiful. Underneath, the chassis is nicely finished in black with gray floors, with a big front sway bar, a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, and a 10-bolt rear end hanging on leaf springs. A custom-made dual exhaust system gives it just the right rumble, and traditional American Racing Torque Thrust wheels carry staggered 215/50/17 front and 255/45/17 rear performance radials. This is an exceptional 57 with a build that could not possibly be duplicated for the asking price. Best of all, its a no-compromises car that is reliable enough to drive every day and beautiful enough to take home trophies. Call today!
Flathead Fords are still some of the most entertaining old cars you can own. Quick, agile, handsome, and rugged, cars like this 1946 Mercury coupe have been favorites for decades because they do everything well and look great doing it. Owned since new by the same family in warm South America, this handsome Mercury coupe looks like it just rolled out of an old black and white photograph from the late 40s. The basic profile is pretty much the same opera coupe that Ford was building before the war, but the unique Mercury front end gives it a clean, grown-up look is one of Fords better designs. Paint and bodywork are in decent shape and it might have been repainted decades ago, so theres plenty of patina but nothing that needs immediate attention. Instead of metallic two-stage urethane, it has a softer shine that looks like period enamel, another sign that the car has been loved all its life rather than squirreled away as a collectors item. Yes, there are plenty of nicks and chips, but patina has to be earned and it works rather well here. Panel fit is quite, the big pointed hood fits well, and the light color reveals neat details like the body lines around the fender trim and the oval rear window. Lots of stainless trim and a few chrome bits, all of which is in good order, make it look far more expensive than it is. Theres a surprising amount of room in the coupes bright interior. Brown leatherette upholstery has a very 1940s look and the patterns are simple and unpretentious. Matching door panels, tan carpets, and a correct headliner give it an authentic look. The instrument panel has a large, round speedometer and four smaller auxiliary gauges, all with a jaunty 40s font, and theres a matching clock in front of the passenger. Radios were still expensive options in 1946 and sadly this one doesnt work, but this car does carry an under-dash heater/defroster unit that should be quite effective. The steering wheel is in shockingly good condition, including the chrome horn ring, and the plastic center grille for the radio speaker is also in nice shape. The trunk is positively massive, with cardboard side panels and a full-sized spare tire assembly. But the real reason these cars are perennial favorites is the 239 cubic inch flathead V8 under the hood. Its rated at just 100 horsepower, but it feels like much more than that out on the road. Inhaling through the stock 2-barrel carburetor and oil bath air cleaner, it has a distinctive sound that Ford fans have loved for years. Twin coolant hoses from the cylinder heads give it a nice, symmetrical look and later flatheads like this have proven themselves for decades with unbeatable reliability. It remains quite stock and while it isnt detailed, it is instantly recognizable and there are a lot of recent parts, including all the usual tune-up stuff. The 3-speed manual transmission with column-mounted shifter has well-chosen ratios to make the most of the V8s power band and the original banjo-style rear end hangs out back. The undercarriage is tidy if not detailed and its always nice to see an old car riding on correct bias-ply tires for the right look, although these should probably be replaced if youre going to do any serious driving. Very affordably priced, this 1946 Mercury is one of those great old cars that will make you smile every time you fire it up. Call today!
The smooth-running power and current condition of this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle means its ready to hit the road and create future memories just as soon as you get it home. Its a great looking muscle car and represents the model at the peak of its sculpted second generation form. Having logged an unusually low 82,000 miles during its lifetime, its very solid from front to back and should you so choose, it can be taken to an even higher level with just a bit of freshening up. Chevelles were riding an aesthetic crest when this 71 debuted. After having received a thorough restyling a few years earlier, their class rolled out with distinctive changes that would set them apart from the models earlier representatives while not messing with the sculpted body and long hood, short deck lid formula that had helped make them such a hit. The prominent single headlights to each side of the wide front grille are examples of their handiwork. The Marina blue paint it features, accented by the broad white stripes running the lengths of its hood and deck lid, was a signature look for Chevelles in its era and, after having received a recent wet sanding and buffing, the exterior has a great shine to it. The overall authentic appearance of this Chevy is a definite strong suit - save for its set of ultra-sharp aftermarket wheels, its exterior remains in stock form, with solid bumpers at both ends and brightwork thats in good condition. Theres a thoroughly vintage-looking interior waiting inside. The plushly padded bench seating in both front and back mixes vinyl and cloth and will provide plenty of sofa-like comfort while you and your passengers are out on the road. The brighter painted surfaces of the inner doors and dash area add just a bit of aftermarket vitality, as does the updated steering wheel sitting on its column. The matching blue carpeting lining the floor looks nice and fresh and if you take a closer look inside, youll see one of the decided benefits of the Chevelles roomy cabin - theres plenty of real estate in front of that rear bench seat so your backseat passengers can ride in comfort and considering the status of this classic Chevy, youll have no shortage of eager volunteers. The trunk area in back looks solid as well - its interior floor is well coated for protection and a fresh rubber seal sits under the deck lid to keep the elements out. Plenty of streetable power stands by under the hood in the form of a 350 cubic inch crate engine. Its outfitted with a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner and chrome Chevy valve covers to add some eye candy, as well as an Edelbrock intake manifold and Holley 4-barrel carb to optimize its output. These well-chosen components make for a great experience behind the wheel - the engine has just a slight lope that might suggest a performance cam has also been added, but nothing so drastic as to be distracting and theres a nice mild rumble coming through the aftermarket headers leading out to the newly replaced dual exhaust. Just behind the 350 is a 3-speed automatic transmission thats shifting with precision. The brakes on this vintage muscle car were recently serviced, so the stops are dependable, while power steering makes it easy to navigate on its set of absolutely show-stopping 17 Foose wheels wrapped with Continental tires. This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle represents the chance to own a coveted, strong running classic muscle car at an attainable price. Call today!
These cars were a common sight on the roads after the war. People were getting back to visiting relatives, running errands and taking the family to the beach or mountains on vacation. The Deluxe was a good looking, roomy car with plenty of space for luggage, and it still is. Riding around in this car feels like riding around in 1951. This car has been nicely restored in its original color of Thistle Gray. Its a soft color that makes you feel a bit better just by looking at it. It has a nice shine to it and the light reflects off the gentle curves of the hood and fenders as it rolls down the street. The front of the car leads with a substantial amount of chrome with a rocket on top of the hood and a bowtie badge on the front of it. Wide chrome running from side to side surrounds the grill of fine horizontal lines in the center. Marker lights are mounted to the sides and a wraparound bumper underlines it all. An adjustable body colored sunshade protects the driver from glare and there is a streak of chrome running down the side of the car. Wheel spats dress out the rear fender wells and a ridge of chrome runs along the top of the fenders. Open the door and you will find an interior that invites you in to go for a ride. It has also been restored to factory original colors. Gray paint tops the door panel with light gray broadcloth and darker gray vinyl trimming out the middle and bottom. A thistle gray two spoke steering wheel has a full circular horn ring with a Chevy bowtie over a coat of arms in the center and the shifter for the manual transmission is mounted on the column just behind it. The dash is gray on top with thistle in the center where the gauges are set. The gauge bezels are wonderfully original with the patina of age on them and the center of the dash is chrome. The seats have been freshly reupholstered in gray broadcloth and the headliner as well as the carpets have also been replaced. It is a roomy, comfortable place to travel in and there is plenty of room in the trunk so dont worry about having to pack efficiently. Under the hood you will find a tried and true 216 cubic inch in-line 6-cylinder engine. It is sitting down in a neat and clean engine bay that is nicely detailed out. The casting numbers on the engine indicate it is the proper one for the car, so it could be the original engine, but it is impossible to determine that for certain. There is a black oil bath air cleaner feeding a 2-barrel Rochester carburetor which flows into stock intake and exhaust manifolds. There are newer belts and hoses and a new battery is charged by a new generator. An aluminum radiator keeps things running cool. Power flows back through a 3-speed manual transmission to the rear wheels set on leaf springs. The front is a coil spring setup and drum brakes all around handle the stopping duties. The car sits on body color steel wheels with Chevy bowtie center caps and 205/75R15 white wall tires. Good looking, comfortable, roomy and stylish. Take a ride back to 1951 and see how it feels. If it feels good, take it home with you so you can go back there anytime you wish.
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Clean and Mean. Thats what this truck is. While the clean body lines of a regular 89 Silverado look good, it takes a lot of time and money to make them look this good. And the best part is, the body is just the beginning. The interior saw its share of customizing too and the engine has the mean part covered quite effectively. Check it out. Not sure what you will notice first from a distance. It will either be that its lower, or its higher. The whole truck sits lower and has an aggressive stance with big staggered wheels tucked up into those fender wells. But that cowl induction hood is definitely higher than it was to start with, kind of like they lowered the rest of the truck around it by 3 inches. Either way you look at it, it looks sweet in its custom Black paint with a Blue and Silver pin stripe painted and clear coated on along the top edge of the body line. Up front a custom chrome grill and bumper lead the way with a blue Chevy bowtie in the center, followed by door handles that were shaved to keep the look spotlessly clean and a tailgate that received a shave too, moving the gate latch to the inside of the bed, replacing it with a gold bowtie, and flanking it with Cadillac taillights. Open the door and you will find that plenty of time was invested into customizing the interior too. The door panel sets the tone in Gray with its pleated center panel and billet door pull surrounded by smooth vinyl with horizontal accent lines top and bottom. The comfortable bucket seats get the same treatment with a console mounted in the middle. There is plenty of billet in the dash starting with the steering wheel mounted on a tilt column which sits in front of a shaved dash with billet vents directing the air flow for the heat and A/C. A tall Lokar shifter rises out of the floor and the passenger side of the dash has Chevrolet in script riveted on. The power window switches are uniquely mounted on the ceiling and there is a hidden FM/CD and iPod compatible stereo that pumps the sound out through dual Rockford Fosgate amps with subs and Infinity speakers for your listening pleasure. Pop the hood and the show continues. There you will find a 5.3 liter V8 nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. The bright red MSD Airflow intake jumps right out at you and is complemented by polished coil packs as well as A/C compressor and receiver dryer. Everything is connected with a Painless Wiring harness kit and a Trailblazer SS ECU with a Vengence racing program calls the shots while an aluminum radiator keeps things running cool. Hedman ceramic coated headers weave their way out the bottom to a 2.5 stainless exhaust and a new master cylinder and booster puts the clamps on drilled and slotted front rotors. Power flows back through a 4-speed automatic transmission and a BellTech suspension system lowers the truck down making it handle like a dream. The rubber meets the road through 275/55R20s in the rear and 235/60 R18s in the front mounted on those sweet looking REV chrome wheels. Think this truck is pretty awesome? So did the judges at the 2016 LSFest who voted it Best Muscle Truck. Come on down and check it out for yourself. You might decide that its the best muscle truck for you and take it home.
47,984 actual mile Corvette Coupe Factory Two-Tone Paint 350 V8 4 speed A/C /// Sold through Weil-Koenig Chevrolet of Amherst, New York, this Chevy spent the first 22 years of its life in the hands of one loving owner. Roughly 40K miles later, the car was passed to its second owner, an Oregon native who kept it running clean and strong for close to a decade. Circa 2012, this Chevys third owner, a New Jersey resident with a penchant for collectable Corvettes, polished the cars wheels and upgraded its radio. But, unfortunately, the collector had to downsize, and the Corvette met its fourth owner that same year. In addition to tinting the cars windows and detailing its interior, that fourth and present owner commissioned Rock Hill, South Carolinas Corvettes Unlimited to repaint this Chevys bumpers. And today, one close look at our high-resolution photos reveals a highly original gem that, except for a few blends, features largely original paintwork. Tilt this Corvettes sculpted hood and youll find 350 cubic inches of original L-81 V8 that twists stout 8.2 to 1 compression into 190 horsepower and 280 lb./ft. of everyday torque. Behind that VIN-stamped mill, a lightweight Borg Warner Super T10 4-speed, an original unit thats branded with a correct partial VIN, spins a lightweight Dana 44 differential. That driveline hangs in a fully independent suspension, which combines correct power steering with correct power disc brakes. And everything rolls on polished alloy wheels, which spin 225/70R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around correct cross-flag center caps. With its detailed history and original drivetrain, this Corvette is the kind of old school muscle that can make any enthusiast happy. And for our asking price, its one heck of a deal! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS lets you bring a performance-built 502 V8 to the streets. And its been backed up with the best of everything from a performance suspension to a six-speed stick all on this rotisserie restored hardtop. Oh yeah, its time to get excited. Its hard not to love a classic American muscle car in a speedy shade of LeMans Blue, and this certainly wears the part of the eras most potent street car. The sculpted sheet metal with a hint of front overhang, blacked-out grille, dual power bulges in the hood, fastback hardtop profile, and form-fitting chrome bumpers are all part of what makes this Chevelle coupe a legend. So while you already know there is a monster upgrade under the hood, this iconic classic respects its roots so well right down to the full-length Super Sport Stripe. In fact, not only does that white line look great, but it showcases that kind of superior sheet metal that comes from a rotisserie restored coupe that has less than 200 miles on it since completion. While this has the looks of a terrific investment in getting the classic details right, the custom 17-inch alloys are also a hint at the beast within. One look inside, and you know this has everything you want. Its great when the interior can match the exterior accents, and there was some investment here because the white vinyl is complete down to the button-top presentation in the seats. Plus, the matching door panels and headliner all have a very fresh feeling to them. But the carpeting is done in black, which means you dont even have to worry about dusting off your shoes before going for a drive. Hitting the road at a moments notice is what this Chevelle does best. The dash is focused on the driver, and so its easy access to everything from the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo to the full AutoMeter gauge panel, including large speedo and tach. Your left hand gets a grippy Grant GT sports steering wheel, and your right one may never want to leave the Hurst shifter popping out of the center console. We all love a Chevelle with big block power, and it only gets better when someone has taken the time to give it a fresh and tidy presentation. But as much style as this engine has, youre going to love it even more for its substance. This is a huge 502 cubic-inch V8 performance crate V8. It includes go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Chevy performance intake, aluminum heads, and Hooker headers. You have complete control over this monster motor and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission. Not only is it a strong gearbox, but its feeding a stout 12-bolt rear end with Positraction. In fact, take some time to look at this setup in the undercarriage photos. There youll see the overall freshness of a complete restoration with nearly no miles on it. Plus, youll also see what makes this such a great pro touring machine. The Hotchkis performance suspension w/thick sway bars front & rear, Baer vented and slotted four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and the modern grip of BF Goodrich Comp T/As its all part of a superior power driving package. Complete with owners manual, this Chevelle offers the best of everything, so if you demand that your speed is wrapped around an iconic package, dont miss this custom muscle machine. Call now!
Hey Mopar fans, as well as lovers of the unique and powerful, its time to pay attention. This 1963 Dodge Polara is the seldom-seen muscle car youve been looking for. From the shining presentation to the thumpin 440 V8 under the hood, its everything you want in a cut-above classic American coupe. This was the era when the Mopars looked like nothing else on the road. It combined the rounded styling of the revolutionary turbine cars and the square-jaw toughness that would make their upcoming muscle cars so aggressive. In fact, this one does aggression particularly well with the hood scoop and competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels (and do you see how much wider the rear ones are?) But theres more here than just intimidation. The deep red has a nice luster in the sunlight, and it makes for a great backdrop for the wraparound chrome bumpers, distinctive trim, and crisp body lines. The result is a hardtop that has both power and style. The interior was crafted with care as the exterior red returns, and now its combined with a custom two-tone tan. Not only does it look sophisticated, but also thanks to the seats finished in leather, your passengers will feel the supple distinction. People will also love pointing out the little touches like the push-button transmission and the AM radio thats still on display. But this car is out to impress the driver the most. Thats why you have the individual comfort of bucket seats, a leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, and a full set of auxiliary gauges cleanly mounted under the dash. The engine bay is also part of this carefully crafted image of speed and sophistication. Thats why they took the time for the overall tidy presentation that includes details like the polished components and a color-matched air topper. But more than just looks, youre also going to love the performance. This Polara has been upgraded to the legendary 440 cubic-inch big block. Plus, it inhales deeply with four-barrel carburetor, and exhales with authority as Hedman ceramic-coated headers that feed a rumbling dual exhaust. And they even made sure its supported by the right components like an MSD ignition and aluminum radiator. The A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission knows how to handle this big power, and its also great for just cruising. So are other great driving features like power steering and power brakes w/discs up front. This is a powerful coupe thats been built right so that the appeal goes well-beyond its V8 muscle. Its a great total package thats ready for the first person who grabs this deal. Call now!
2006 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED LJLONG WHEEL BASELEGENDARY 4.0 INLINE 6 ENGINEAUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONDANA 44 REAR ENDFACTORY 3.73 GEARSHEAVY DUTY FRONT & REAR BUMPERSNEW TIRESSOFT TOPCOLD A/CTRADES WELCOMEWE SELL WORLDWIDECALL NOLAN @ 904-382-7230FOR FINANCING WE RECOMEND http://LIGHTSTREAM.COMHard to find 2006 LJ Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, Beryl Green with Khaki interior, 4.0 inline 6 Engine & Automatic Transmission. The Soft top is in good condition, Custom steel heavy duty bumpers front and rear, Tow hooks, CD Player, factory installed Dana 44 rear axle with 3.73 gears, factory 4 wheel disc brakes, Cold A/C. New 31x10.50x15 All Terrain Tires. The legendary 4.0L inline six cylinder runs great, the transmission shifts as it should and the 4WD engages easily. The Autocheck history reports no accidents or issues. It is a very clean Jeep that runs, drives, and looks great. Sold with 2 keys, Books, and all weather front floor mats.Call Nolan 904-382-7230. ALL INVENTORY IS STORED INDOORS AND SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT. Trades accepted. Extended warranties available. All applicable sales tax, title, registration and a $249 document fees apply.
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Stk#107 1984 Chevrolet Silverado Painted Red BC/CC this truck is slick and straight. Shaved door handles, shaved tail gate handle moved to inside of bed. Black Tonneau cover, rear roll pan with tail lights, stock tail lights saved, fiberglass hood. Custom grill, front bumper like new. Cragar SS rims chromed with BF Goodrich radial T/A white letter tires. Dual outside mirrors, tailgate has a Mural of the truck cleared over. Inside of bed painted to match the truck. Tinted windows. A REAL eye catcher! The interior is Black cloth and vinyl on a bench seat that looks new. Black padded dash looks new, black door panels look new. Power windows, black padded headliner, the sun visors look new. Tilt column, Grant steering wheel, B&M Shifter in the floor. Silver face Auto Meter gauges in a custom cluster. Panasonic AM/FM/CD player, Custom gas and brake pedal covers, black carpet, Black Chevrolet rubber floor mats. Seat belts. Looks really nice inside. Powered by a 427-engine hooked to a 700R transmission, aluminum water pump, polished A/C compressor, polished Billet brackets, Billet pulleys, polished ProForm 750 carb, Spectre dual polished air filter, chrome timing chain cover, chrome oil dip stick, headers, Black Chevrolet valve covers, chrome fuel pump, Billet polished master cylinder. Stainless radiator cover, power steering, newer hoses and belts, stainless on underside of hood and fender wells, power disc brakes in front, 12 bolt rear with drum brakes, ladder bars, dual exhaust with stainless tips. Sounds, drives and handles good.
Stk#021 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Factory 1990 ZR1 limited production, 3049 were built in 1990 call The King of the Hill. Standard Price over $60,000 in 1990. The engines were hand built by Mercury Marine in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Painted Bright Red with a glass tinted top. 1991 ZR1 rims, wheels are from 94 - 95 wheels, dual outside mirrors, power antenna, all emblems original and like new. Good looker. Interior is done in Red leather. Black dash and console, all factory gauges, factory AM/FM/CD/Cassette, tilt column, power mirrors, power windows, power door locks, power seats, ride control, A/C & Heat, Red seat belts and carpet. Rear window defrost, cruise control, wiper delay, control panel, lighted dual sun visors, trunk release is power. Looks Great inside. The engine was designed by Lotus and hand built by Mercury Marine and assembled at the Corvette plant in Bowling Green KY. It is a LT5 350 ZR1 engine with 375 HP, Tuned Port Injection, 6 speed transmission, has Tri Filter Ram air system with air inlet in front license plate, engine fitted with Watson Headers ceramic coated. B&B 3 Full stainless steel exhaust. Just over 400 hp and crank with headers and custom chip calibration. Dana ear equipped with 3:92 gears. Neat and clean under hood. Drives and handles great.
Stk#039 1961 Chevy Impala Painted Purple Metal flake this car is straight and beautiful. All the trim looks nice, dual outside mirrors, door handles, rear window chrome, rear tail lights, grill and head light trim all look new. The front and rear bumpers are like new. Window felt and rubber look new. All the glass is like new. Chrome rims with baby moons, dual exhaust. This is an eye catcher. All red interior with the exception of White head liner and sun visors. There are bucket seats in front with a custom center console. The back seat is all custom and all covered in new Red Velour. The door panels and arm rest front and rear covered in Red vinyl and looks beautiful. Red dash pad, the dash is painted Red also to match the interior. Package tray covered in Red velour with 2 speakers. A Red and Black GT Grant steering wheel, SunPro gauges mounted under the dash with Oil, Volts, Water. AM radio in the dash. SunPro Tach mounted on steering column, Vintage Heat and Air, Automatic on column. Nice inside. A 327 engine with a 350 Transmission, headers, chrome air cleaner, Holley carb. Power steering, newer style power booster and master cylinder. Newer belts and hoses. Chevrolet Logo valve covers. Runs and handles good.
Stk#048 1971 Lincoln Mark VII 87,198 Original miles Painted Medium Green Metallic with a Dark Green vinyl top. All the trim looks like new, wheel well moldings like new, all glass is good. The door handles, tail lights are all good. Power antenna, chrome grill looks new. Hide away head lights, driver s side outside mirror, original hubcaps are good. Newer radial whitewall tires. Good Looker! Dark green leather interior, wood grain accents, original green carpets, real wood on the dash, tilt column, power windows, power window door locks, power seats, factory AM/FM radio, Automatic temperature control, automatic dimmer, factory gauges and clock, power trunk, factory seat belts, head liner looks great. Factory green plush carpet looks good. Black & Gray rubber floor mats, remote mirror. Power door locks, trunk is finished off, original panels and spare tire cover and jack. Cruise control. Looks good inside. 460 cubic inch engine, 365 BHP, C6 3 speed automatic transmission, power steering, A/C and heat, 4-wheel power brakes, cruise control, stock exhaust manifolds, stock intake manifold, new seals in transmission, gas tank relined. Cooling system redone, new hoses, new valve cover gaskets, new wires, plugs, cap, condenser, new fuel filter. Original looking under hood. Drives great and handles great!
GOTTA SEE THIS ONE, SUPER CLEAN, JUST SERVICED, NEW TIRES, SPORT M PACKAGE, DRIVER ASSIST PACKAGE, M WHEELS, LEATHER, POWER SUNROOF, HEATED SEATS, NAVIGATION, BACK UP CAMERA, CALL TODAY FOR ALL DETAILS
THIS IS A CORRECT AND VERY NICE 1968 CAMARO Z/28. IT IS FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL ERMINE WHITE WITH RED STANDARD BUCKETS. THE MILEAGE IS SUPPOSE TO BE ACTUAL. IT HAS THE DATE CODE CORRECT 1968 302/290HP TURBO FIRE Z/28 MOTOR WITH THE CORRECT Z/28 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION. IT HAS A HURST SHIFTER, AM RADIO, POWER BRAKES, ORIGINAL KEYS AND OWNERS MANUAL. A VERY NICE DRIVEABLE EXAMPLE OF ONE OF THE GREAT CHEVY PERFORMANCE CARS!!!
A 1963 Chevrolet Impala hardtop with four-on-the-floor, a fantastically preserved interior, and just the right subtle upgrades oh yes, this is the classic you promised yourself a long time ago, and now its ready at an obtainable price. The 63 Impala is a legend for being long, premium, and quite sporty, and this one really represents all that nicely. It starts with the way the body panels still retain their crisp edges. You see it the sheetmetal crease that starts ahead of the headlight continues down the whole profile like an unbroken line until it helps form the line that extends beyond the taillights. And just below that is the sporty piece of trim that tapers to look like an arrow always pointing this coupe forward. Plus, there is a nice shine coming off of the factory-correct shade of Adobe Beige. It gets all the hallmark pieces right, like the mirror-like wraparound chrome bumpers, the Impalas three taillight arrangement, and even the steelies inside the Rally wheel package that have been color matched for a touch of added distinction. Inside the Sandalwood interior looks exceptionally well preserved. The seats show virtually no wear on their artful tweed inserts. Plus, they remain complete, right down to the premium button-top presentation. This coordinates well with the door panels, carpeting, and dash to create a terrific cruising atmosphere. And a classic interior in this condition is especially nice to have because a full-size coupe like this is fun to share with family and friends. Theres even an upgrade to a retro-style AM/FM radio with digital tuner to keep them all entertained. But the best upgrades are reserved just for you. The wood-rimmed steering wheel creates a nice driving atmosphere. Plus, you have the addition of an auxiliary gauge trio and a Sun Super tach mounted on the steering column. That last one goes particularly well with the Hurst shifter. Youll love lifting the hood and telling people you have a period-correct 289 cubic-inch V8. Plus, this one has been upgraded for flair with the bright valve covers, air topper, and alternator. But more importantly on a cruiser like this, the small block has been upgraded for extra power with an Edelbrock intake and four-barrel carburetor. It makes for a terrific sound out of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. And you have complete control over this V8 and its rumble thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with the upgrade to front disc brakes, this is an all-around easy driving classic. Complete with owners manual, this is the iconic coupe that has been prepared/preserved for the ideal classic car experience. Thats why you dont want to miss this deal. Call today!!!
This is more than just a beautiful 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe with glittering chrome and shimmering modern paint. Youre looking a head-to-toe custom upgraded build/restoration that includes A/C, a custom interior, a huge V8, and an upgraded chassis. In other words, its the custom classic thats in a class all by itself. Lets start with the first impression. When you see this coupe coming down the road, the ruby-like appearance of the deep metallic red lets you know instantly that this is something special. Its the product of a very professional application of a modern color and plenty of shiny clearcoat. And as the car comes into full view, you really start to see the huge investment in making this a one-of-a-kind. Six inches was taken out of the roofline, and the b-pillar was removed to give it a smooth de Ville style look. That kicks off a more modern appearance thats complemented by frenched headlights, a one-piece windshield, sport mirrors, and shaved door handles. Plus, you might have noticed the trim has been expertly eliminated on the hood, fenders, and the sleek fastback trunk. But even without extra trim, this classic Caddy still has plenty of brightwork. This one has been heavily invested in to make sure it has a butter-smooth reflection on the form-fitting bumpers, wide intricate grille, and straight side trim. Plus, the 20-inch Boyd Coddington wheels neatly tucking under this creation perfectly blends its shine and modern sensibilities. Inside you see more modern upgrades mixed with classic style. And it all blends perfectly to retain a true luxury Cadillac image. Everyone gets an individual seat thanks to a custom center console that runs the full length of the interior, and with only around 500 miles on this build, it all still looks exceptionally fresh. Up front, this console houses the controls for all the best features, such as the R134a air conditioning, power windows, and the air ride system. Plus, the Alpine AM/FM/CD/XM head unit with touchscreen interface is your gateway to Bluetooth, GPS, and the nicely integrated amplified full stereo system. From the drivers seat, youll appreciate the details, like how the steering column was color-matched to the interior/exterior red, and the grip around the Budnik steering wheel matches the seats. Plus, while the gauges were upgraded to a cool modern Dakota Digital setup, this is still set in the classic dash with a hint of wraparound style. When you lift the hood, this custom build looks downright futuristic with the color-matched custom cover and just a hint of polished components peeking out from this smooth and tidy setup (yes, even the pulleys are custom painted!) And when you look beyond the award-worthy style, youll find the substance of a later-model 500 cubic-inch V8. This was the largest displacement Cadillac ever placed in their cars, and so its the perfect way to give this custom the right power while still staying true to its brand heritage. The big V8 inhales deeply thorough an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it gives a dignified yet authoritative exhale out of the dual exhaust. The suspension was also given a major upgrade. The front has modern tubular A-arms, and the rear is a strong four-link. Plus, with the adjustable air ride suspension, you get to watch jaws drop at the car show as you lower this chopped Caddy to the ground. Out on the road, the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes means this custom classic knows how to cruise like a good Caddy should. One-of-a-kind machines like this rarely stay available for long. And when this is gone, youll likely never see another classic coupe like it. So dont miss out, call today!
This mean 1970 Camaro definitely has the right aggressive look. And its more than just skin deep, too, with a performance big block under the hood, a classic black bucket seat interior, and a ton of personality to be the Camaro youve always dreamed of owning. Blue is a fine factory color for 1970, but it just would not do this mean machine justice. Thats why it has been given a professional respray to the color reserved for the best Camaros Hugger Orange. But you love this one for more than just iconic paintwork. The dual black stripe package is cleared in with the orange, and they help accent both the upgraded cowl induction hood and the spoiler that runs end-to-end over the rear. This classic aggressive appearance is continued with the Z/28 rally wheels, deep chin spoiler up front, dual split RS bumpers that make way for the large blacked-out grille. So this is true intimidation for the streets exactly what you want from a classic Camaro. The black accents of the exterior are also a nice preview of the interior. Camaro fans will take particular notice of the bucket seats. 1970 was the first year of the second-generation Camaros, and these low-back bucket seats with intricate weave pattern were only offered this year. You also get the factory center console with the iconic horseshoe shifter in the middle. This is a nice place to spend some time with the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo and provisions for air conditioning. And like any proper Camaro, this is a true drivers machine. Youll slip behind the sporty NK4 steering wheel, and it gives you an easy view of the full readouts, including large speedo and tach. The engine bay is filled with serious big block power. This 396 cubic-inch V8 has the right go-fast upgrades, such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and MSD ignition. Theres even an aluminum radiator to keep it all running cool. This has ferocious power, and the growl of the glasspack-style dual exhaust lets everyone know it with its rumble. Plus, Hotchkis subframe connectors add the rigidity to the package. While this is a mean machine, it also knows how to hit the boulevard. The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes make this big block an easy cruiser, too. When you look at the color combo, the interior comfort, and all-out power, you know this is an amazing classic Camaro. So dont let this opportunity slip away, call today!
1970 Oldsmobile Toronado for Sale. 455 Cubic Inch V8 engine factory rated at 385 horsepower, automatic transmission, factory A/C, power steering, front power disc brakes, dual exhaust, Ming Jade Green exterior, white vinyl top, drivers chome sport mirror, 15 steel wheels with caps, Hankook radial white wall tires, green bench seat interior with cloth inserts, tilt and telescoping steering column, day night mirror, power windows, power trunk release, owners book, build sheet. The Toronado is a rare find, and this beautiful example has been well cared for by an AACA Member for many years. Dont miss this special car!
1939 Packard 2 Door SedanCRUISIN CLASSICS welcomes to our showroom a 1939 Packard. This will have a special place of its own. This is a stunning vehicle that will turn heads all over the world. Old meets new when you talk about the build of this 39. It is all steel old with a crate 454 w/ 4 bolt main(casting #12550313 gen.5), TH 700R, 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive (casting #8663549) and a 10 bolt rear end (freeway friendly) with posi trak. The air blows cold from the AC on the inside and the comfort of the velour seats with ample padding is unmatched. Tons of room in the back seat and foot rests on the back of the front seats for your stretching pleasure.Power front disc brakes and power steering both help with your driving pleasure. The sound that comes out of the flowmasters from the 454 is incredible. Inside you will find a center console with cup holders and an aftermarket Sony Stereo. The Packard Steering Wheel is of proper size and fitted with a Brody Knob. Underneath you will find a very clean carriage with tons of support. This car was built to last.The car as a whole is absolutely stunning. The mechanics, the looks and the comfortability all stand out on top. If youre looking for a NON-cookie cutter classic car then look no further. It is a WINNER!Some other honorable mentions are..All SteelDual FlowmastersHiedt Front EndNew Fuel CellRunning BoardsNew Window GlassBillet WheelsContinental TiresFog Lights If you have any additional questions, please call one of our friendly sales staff. We will be glad to help in any way including a walk-around for a more detailed description, any questions on financing, or perhaps an interest in our Sell Your Car Brokerage Program. In business since 1996, we have sold cars all over the world and we insist on giving the best personal service in the industry.The sale is subject to the following conditions and representations. This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty in connection therewith. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and make no warranty in connection therewith. No allowances or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied oneself as to the condition and value based upon that judgment solely. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.Thank You from all of us at CRUISIN CLASSICS For all your classic car service, improvements and up-grades please visit us atCRUISIN CLASSICS PERFORMANCE CENTERKnown for its FIRST CLASS service in performance upgrades that will complete your checklist of must haves to make your machine just the way you want it.Here is a short list of our High Quality...High Performance services.Power windows, heat/Vintage Air (Certified Dealer and Installer)Engine rebuildingCarburetor rebuildingTransmission upgrades and serviceRear differential service including gear installationBrake service includingDisc Brake ConversionsSuspension rebuilding and upgradesTotal modernization of classic/muscle cars including addingPower steering, power brakes, tilt columns, cruise controland MUCH, MUCH MORE
1975 Buick LeSabre Custom Convertible Absolutely Gorgeous Le Sabre Convertible This car has been extremely well maintained and is highly original. Factory Air Conditioning 350 V8 Automatic New Power Convertible Top w/ Glass Rear Window Power Steering & Brakes Showing 30,337 Miles Runs & Drives Great New Tires New Exhaust & Muffler Financing available-up to 7 years, as low as 6.0%! ......... Call Austin at 863-226-8590 or email email@example.com