CERTIFIED!! SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Crystal Red exterior, Ebony/Cashmere interior. 638hp supercharged LS9 engine, 6 speed manual transmission, posi rear-end. Factory features include the $10,000 3ZR Preferred Equipment Group (leather-wrapped door panels and dash, bias-pattern console finish, dual power heated sport seats with airbags, memory package, tilt-n-tele, universal garage door transmitter, Bluetooth package), Bose CD/XM/MP3 stereo with Navigation and steering wheel controls, chrome wheels, F55 Magnetic Selective Ride Control, chrome wheels, OnStar, Heads Up Display, dual zone electronic climate control, electric rear hatch pull-down, keyless entry and start, HID headlights, fog lamps, power windows, power locks, power steering, power brakes, power mirrors, tilt, cruise control, ABS, traction control, Active Handling. Coming with a clean Carfax and LOADED with options, this 2010 Corvette ZR1 shows 22,557 miles, and is in nice condition. This cars paint is vg, with a great shine. Clear protective film has been applied to the front bumper, headlights, front half of the hood and fenders, lower fenders, side mirrors, lower doors, lower quarter panels, lower rear bumper, and rocker panels. Factory chrome wheels are free of curb rash, and Continental Extreme Contact DW tires show an average of 9/32nds tread depth remaining in the front, and an average of 7/32nds remaining in the rear. The interior of this 2010 Corvette ZR1 shows good-vg factory leather seats and door panels, and vg steering wheel and center console. Other additions to this car include an aftermarket performance clutch, window tint, Lloyd floor mats with ZR1 logo embroidery, pedal covers, and a Mild2Wild remote fob for the factory Dual Mode Exhaust. This car features a corrosion-free subframe, has been fully serviced, and all instrument gauges, lights, turn signals, brakes, engine, transmission and rear-end are all in good operating condition. Please do not assume that this is an average condition Corvette, as Buyavette specializes in hand-picked Corvettes that are loaded with expensive factory options. All of our Certified Corvettes are way above average condition for the miles. In addition, they are all fully serviced. Consider that sellers rarely spend money getting full service before offering their car for sale. Dealers typically only wash the car before offering it for sale. We however adhere to strict quality control standards when purchasing, as well as inspections and service. All Certified Corvettes are fully serviced and ready to enjoy. Call us today to put this world class supercar in your garage! 22K Miles. CERTIFIED!! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Our Price: was $63,999 NOW $59,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
Go ahead and get excited, because your eyes arent deceiving you. This is a real-deal, documented E-code 1957 Thunderbird. That means dual quads atop the 312 cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. In a sea of early Thunderbirds, THIS is the one to own. It shouldnt surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field, and weve never seen a 2-seat Bird as highly detailed as this one. They stuck to the original specifications with this one, giving it a coat of code F Starmist Blue paint, as it was new, although the quality and shine are simply astounding. For many, the 57 Thunderbird is a favorite, with its more pronounced fins that were a part of the 1950s automotive landscape. Its been in the current owners hands since 1979 and since a full restoration about 10 years ago, it has hardly been driven so its very fresh. The chrome was treated to show-grade refinishing, and every single component on the car was buffed and shined before it was reinstalled, so it glitters no matter where you look. Its also loaded with other unique features, including a dealer-installed continental kit, original radio antenna on the deck lid, and beautifully fitted fender skirts. This is a very impressive car. The interior is restored to the same standards using correct two-tone blue vinyl that does a pretty good impersonation of leather. The wide bench looks more like two close-coupled buckets and makes the sporty T-Bird strictly a 2-seater. Everything inside has been refinished to show standards, including the gorgeous door panels, exceptional steering wheel, and precisely detailed gauges. Its all quite correct, from the neatly clustered instruments to the floor shifter for the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. For show purposes, there are no updates or modifications to any of the interior systems, and even the original AM radio remains in its engine-turned panel in the dash. The spare tire moved back into the trunk for 1957, and even with the continental kit, this one is neatly finished with a correct reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire with jack assembly. And yes, dont worry, this one comes with two tops, a color-matched light blue hardtop with porthole and a beautifully fitted navy blue canvas convertible top with a crystal clear rear window. As nice as it is, this Thunderbirds status is almost entirely due to the E-code engine under the hood, complete with dual quads. With 270 horsepower, it was a neat experiment in creating a Corvette-eater that could still cruise the streets of Beverly Hills. Topped by the distinctive air cleaner, the 312 cubic inch V8 was fully rebuilt to stock specs and fully detailed with a dress-up kit. Every detail is correct, from the hardware securing the valve covers to the reproduction battery, and it runs as it should with a healthy bark from the dual exhaust. You can see bright red engine paint on the oil pan from below, and take a few minutes to enjoy the fully detailed chassis thats ready for the most demanding judges. Both power steering and power brakes make this E-Bird easy to handle and for style, nothing compares to a set of chrome wire wheels wearing 205/75/14 Coker Classic wide whitewall radials. There are only a few Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this, and they all have superchargers. If youve been looking for the one of these to complete your collection, this might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now!
Both the Mustang and the Cougar grew in 1971, but the Cougar seems to wear the extra size better than its cousin. This 1973 Mercury Cougar XR7 convertible has a sporty look that works with a luxurious interior to create a unique kind of muscle car, and with a rare 351C Cobra Jet V8, its more than just pretty. Subtlety was lacking in the early 70s but this relatively muscular cat keeps its performance credentials on the down-low. The chiseled good looks of the Cougar reflect both the pony car and Lincoln DNA in its family, and depending on the angle, its both sporty and elegant. The narrow front grille with power dome hood are certainly reminiscent of Lincolns of the same period, while the kicked-up quarter panels behind the doors are pure Mustang, making for a very attractive package. It was repainted not too long ago and has a great shine and good sheetmetal underneath, a perfect Sunday afternoon cruiser that doesnt need any special attention. A chrome trunk rack is an unusual accessory but we have to admit that we like how it looks, and a set of Magnum 500 wheels keeps it looking aggressive. Nobody will mistake it for anything else from behind, as the downturned taillights and massive chrome bumper are unique to this model, and it still carries factory Cougar badging. If youve driven an early 70s Mustang, youll feel right at home in the mostly original interior. The bucket seats are a little wider and a little softer, but the array of round gauges are pure pony car. The interior is showing some signs of age, but its still serviceable and were undecided on whether wed preserve or restore the seats. The rest is pretty darned nice, including the carpets and door panels, so leave those alone. The gauges are still bright and crisp and the woodgrained applique still looks bright. For entertainment, it serves up the original AM/FM radio and the options list includes power windows, A/C (works, but needs a charge), and a tilt steering column. The top is power-actuated and stows with the touch of a button and is probably only a few years old. Fords 351 cubic inch Cleveland Cobra Jet V8 was torquey and very user-friendly in the Cougar, offering good performance without being fussy. Given the condition of the engine bay, we have every reason to believe this is the cars original powerplant and has probably never been out of the car. Ford Blue paint is nicely preserved and like the interior, it would probably be a mistake to start restoring things. Clean it up but dont go too far. Power steering and power front disc brakes were standard equipment on the heavier, more luxury-oriented Cougar, and it exhales through a proper dual exhaust system with both mufflers and resonators, so it never sounds too aggressive. An FMX 3-speed automatic transmission is unobtrusive in operation and it carries a heavy-duty 9-inch rear end with towering 2.75 gears, making this a fantastic highway cruiser. The undercarriage is pretty original, but this car has spent most of its life in a warm climate so while its a little grungy, you wont be worried about its structural strength while youre out cruising. Magnum 500 wheels can make even a school bus look sporty, so theyre perfect for the Cougar and carry 205/70/14 BFGoodrich radials at all four corners. A nice combination of performance and luxury, this Cougar ragtop suggests that you dont have to give up fun when you grow up. Call today!
Despite decades of engineering progress, nobody has managed to duplicate the floating, effortless feeling of a true American Luxury car like this 1977 Lincoln Mark V. With a giant V8 up front, chiseled features, and a long list of features, this is as close as youre going to find to the ultimate American luxury car experience. If you were at the top of the world in 1977, THIS is what you drove. With such careful maintenance on this car, you know the bodywork is in good shape. Body gaps and fit are still just as the assembly line workers bolted it together, and the paint is as nice as 1977 technology would allow, although there are the expected signs of age. The color is elegant and sophisticated and doesnt date the car as badly as some of the other choices available in 1977, making this one a great choice for the serious collectors, and a professional buff would really make it shine once again. The original burgundy vinyl padded half-roof remains in outstanding, unblemished condition thanks to years of careful ownership, and the chrome is in great shape and there sure is a lot of it! Lenses, the hood ornament, and the rub strips along the lower flanks of the car are all in great condition. And yes, the folding headlights work properly. We see a lot of these cars, and this one is better than most. Inside, the burgundy cloth interior is the epitome of 70s fashion and luxury. Sure, it looks a little bit like Hugh Hefners living room, but you cant argue with the preservation and amazing comfort levels. You are enveloped by a soft power drivers seat, which offers plenty of support for long-haul cruising, making this a fantastic road trip car. There are a lot of controls for all the power options, ranging from power windows and locks, to cruise control on the steering wheel, to the beautiful clock nestled into the dash. Of course, A/C and a tilt wheel are included, and the original radio is in the dash but has been supplanted by an AM/FM/CD unit underneath. Deep pile carpet and tons of sound insulation reduce wind noise to little more than a whisper and theres simply nothing else that feels like one of these 70s land barges. Even the trunk shows well, with mouse fur mats and what may be the original space saver spare tire with a complete jack assembly. Lincolns 460 V8 won the displacement war, as Cadillac downsized to a 425 V8 in 1977. Entirely original and showing proper maintenance, the engine bay is packed with wires and hoses, all dedicated to making the big Lincoln waft along in eerie silence. The big V8 makes enough torque to give the sensation of limitless acceleration, much like an electric motor, and drives the power accessories without hesitation. Hoses, belts, and other routine maintenance items have been replaced, but for the most part its 100% stock and original under the hood. A C6 3-speed automatic shifts almost imperceptibly, and with 2.73 gears in the 9-inch rear end, this car is as great a highway cruiser as youd expect. Its super clean underneath, obviously coming from a southern climate, and it sits on big 235/75/15 whitewall radials and simple hubcaps for a classic Lincoln look. The world will never again see cars like this, and youll be amazed by how well this one looks, drives and handles. Lincoln knew what it was doing when it built this car, and one drive will show you the way. Call today!
As the middle child of the Tri-Five Chevys, we get fewer 1956 Bel Airs than 55s and 57s. Why this is, I cant say, but it does mean that when an ultra-nice 56 Bel Air convertible like this shows up everyone takes notice. With a frame-off restoration, awesome colors, and that famous small block V8, it looks and drives like Americas favorite collector car. This car has had a cost-no-object frame-off restoration, which will give you a very good idea of how nice it truly is. It wears new paint, of course, and it accurately duplicates the original Crocus Yellow over Onyx Black paint scheme it wore on the showroom floor in 1956. The sheetmetal is straight enough to wear black paint easily, with fit and finish that are worth of this cars high-profile look and A-rated collectable status. The doors open and close the way only a solid, original cars door can, and since this car has practically been restored down to the molecular level theres a spectacular shine to the finish. All the trim is fully restored, as are the bumpers, which probably cost as much as a college education to restore. Accessory fender skirts and a continental kit make it look long and low, and if youre going to have a high-profile Chevy convertible, you may as well get one loaded with goodies. The two-tone interior was restored to factory specs while they had it apart for paint, and the results are impressive. The funky materials they used back then were a joyous tribute to the optimistic 50s and theyre accurately replicated inside this convertible, making it a great place to spend some time. Correct door panels echo the exterior styling with the swooping armrest inserts and the bright trim band that runs across the dash glitters like jewelry against the black instrument panel. Out of respect for the original design, the factory AM radio still lives in the dash and its fully operational. The gauges were likewise restored and show bright printing on a black background, and there are exactly zero deviations from stock. Theres also a brand new black convertible top with new top cylinders and pump, and our photo shoot was probably the first time it had ever been down because it has zero wrinkles. Finally, the trunk is finished as original, with a reproduction rubber mat and correct jack assembly (the spare tire lives in the continental kit, as it should). To make this Bel Air the ultimate 50s cruiser, theres a correct 265 cubic inch V8 under the hood, fully rebuilt and detailed for show. Thanks to the Power Pack option, it has a 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust for a bit more horsepower, and with power steering and power brakes, its as easy to drive as a modern car. Correct hardware, fasteners, and clamps make for a show-ready presentation and theyve even included all the original-style tags and decals. The 2-speed PowerGlide automatic transmission shifts properly and feeds the original rear end with highway-friendly gears inside. A brand new dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers has the right rumble without being obnoxious, and you can see what a clean car this is just by glancing at the chassis photos. Four steel wheels with wire hubcaps and proper wide whites give it a classic look and an OEM feel. Beautifully finished, with all the original parts that were already in excellent shape expertly preserved, this is a high-end Bel Air thats ready to travel or show anywhere. Call today!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
Think about what a big deal the Model A was when it hit the streets in 1928. With the look of a baby Lincoln, 4-wheel brakes, and lively performance, it was everything the Model T was not, and every bit as durable. Today, cars like this 1928 Model A roadster are fantastic collectables whether youre just starting out or have a massive collection already. This Model A has the kind of story you want to tell. A decade ago this was a sedan that belonged to a WWII veteran. He sold it to the next owner who saw huge potential in the chassis. So a new roadster body was built, and this vintage Ford was given a complete restoration/rebirth.The unusual colors on this A are bright and cheerful, combining cream with green to highlight the details. On the stylish little roadster bodywork, they look fantastic and theyll help this one stand out at shows, where so many of them will be black or dark green. Fit and finish are extremely good, and its quite likely that no Model A was this nice coming out of Dearborn in 1928. Note that as an open car, there are no exterior door handles, a sure-fire way to identify an early 1928 model, and the chrome windshield frame identifies it as a deluxe roadster. The detailing is quite correct, from the accessory bumpers to the single early-style drum taillight to the cover for the rear-mounted spare. Other upgrades include chrome instead of nickel on the radiator shell and headlight buckets, a Boyce moto-meter, and one-piece splash aprons that give it a smoother look. The interior is correctly restored in brown leatherette, which was Fords version of weatherproof vinyl. The Model A is simplicity itself with no unnecessary components, but somehow they managed to make it stylish as well as functional. The interior is cozy for two, offering plain door panels and a simple dashboard thats also the cowl-mounted fuel tank. The instrument panel offers only the basics, and there is no windshield wiper, but what else do you expect on a car without any windows? A reproduction rubber mat covers the wooden floorboards, and the beautiful steering wheel is correct for the earliest Model As. The black canvas top folds easily giving the roadster a sporty look, and two can squeeze into the rumble seat out back, which is finished in matching brown leatherette. The torquey little four cylinder engine is simply a delightful machine. Reliable and tough, it over-performs given its modest specifications, happy to trundle around town with a minimum of shifting thanks to its prodigious torque output and yet still capable of running all day at 45-50 MPH. The engine features a high-compression head for a bit more performance, and given the reliability of these cars and the vast network of parts suppliers out there, it should be easy to maintain and will run virtually forever. It has been upgraded with a 6-volt alternator but still runs the original updraft carburetor and distributor with flat copper plug leads. The Mitchell manual transmission features Synchromesh, so its a joy to shift and the factory suspension and brakes make it fun out on the road. The chassis is highly detailed thanks to the fresh restoration and the reproduction exhaust offers that familiar Model A sound. Correct 21-inch welded wire wheels wear reproduction 4.50-21 blackwalls that look exactly right on the modest Model A. The charm is undeniable, both in looks and on-road performance. If youre a car guy, you owe it to yourself to own a Model A at least once in your life and this is an excellent one. Call today!
Out of production for decades and theres still strong demand for the legendary VW Microbus, especially those with the coveted Westfalia camper conversion. To date, nothing else has appeared that can match its combination of utility, reliability, and simplicity, and, of course, theres no denying the appeal of a vintage VW to folks who were there when they were new. This bright yellow 1972 Volkswagen Microbus is exactly what youve been looking for. Functional, clean, and never used for anything more challenging than exploring the edges of civilization. The bodywork is in decent shape, as youd expect from a vehicle thats led an easy life, and all the original badges, lenses, windows, and other hard-to-obtain parts are still there. The bright paint is sunny and cheerful, albeit showing signs of age and use, so you can look at it as a slice of history or a blank canvas on which to create your own Summer of Love tribute. The Westfalia camper top gives it a distinctive look that VW fans can recognize a half-mile away, but beyond that, there are no notable modifications (and you cant really call the camper top a modification anyway). The front-mounted VW emblem is as big as they come and you can tell VW was serious about the campers abilities thanks to the campground hook-ups and vent windows on the side of the van. Inside, its as funky and as practical as you remember. Tan vinyl upholstery is durable, easy to maintain, and perfectly captures the look of the era without being too outrageous. The original gauges are all functional, and the upright driving position is probably something well never experience again in a consumer vehicle. The original ventilation controls are still as indecipherable as ever, and theres plenty of headroom fore and aft so you can walk between the seats to see whats going on in back. The pop-up tent is in excellent condition, making room for a family to spend a weekend together in the great outdoors. Details like the portable table, the various seating and dining configurations, and a bright, airy interior make it an excellent choice, then and today. Even the cabinetry is in great shape, suggesting someone really took care of this bus when it was new and spent quite a bit to fix it up today. Power comes from a familiar air-cooled 2.0 liter Volkswagen flat-four, straight out of the Beetle. No, it isnt very fast or powerful, but it is reliable and virtually maintenance-free, so youll always get where youre going...eventually. Routinely driven hundreds of thousands of miles, these vans are legendary in certain circles, and they come by that reputation honestly. The engine bay is a bit dirty, but it runs great and all the important parts are still in place, so dont sweat it. It starts with a traditional VW exhaust note, and things like the recent tune up, fresh shocks, and front disc brakes are important if youre hitting the road. The 4-speed manual transmission shifts well, even though the linkage has to reach waaaay back there, and its easy to get the hang of the bus-like steering, with the front wheels right under your seat. Its original underneath, but theres no structural rust, which is a death sentence for these vans, and it tracks straight on the open road. Newer 205/65/15 Continental radials have been fitted to a set of sporty BRM wheels, so it drives better than ever and looks cheery doing it. Iconic, practical, and timeless, this VW Microbus is the one youve been waiting for. Call today!
For those of you looking for an early Thunderbird but need space for your family, this pretty 1962 Thunderbird hardtop is definitely a wise choice. A recently serviced and painted car that coddles like a Lincoln but packs serious blasting powder under the hood in the form of a muscular 390, its an affordable cruiser that is part of a market thats suddenly heating up. Dont worry, the wheels are the only major modification, making this a Bird thats welcome just about anywhere. Bullet Birds like this have long lived in the shadows of their 2-seat siblings, but that seems to be changing and cars like this bright blue Bird are the reason why. The styling is a big upgrade over the first square Birds following the conversion to four-seater, offering a sleek profile and lovely 1960s detailing thats restrained and tasteful. The particular blue wasnt on the Ford color charts, but it looks great, with a white top that perfectly complements the sophisticated look. The paint looks good and shiny over some pretty straight bodywork, particularly those jet-inspired quarter panels that look like theyre about a quarter-mile long. The recently restored chrome bumpers have a brilliant shine and Ford designers were hitting on all eight cylinders when they added the lovely strip of trim that stretches from nose to tail and neatly integrates the door handles in its design. The lack of a padded roof is a rare choice on a Thunderbird, but the white hardtop gives this car an added dose of sophistication that fits it quite nicely. Personal luxury was the Thunderbirds primary mission, and the handsome black interior doesnt disappoint in that regard. Buckets seats and a console are the sporty part, but with correct seat covers and firm foam underneath, they coddle rather than grab. Matching black carpets look great and the wood accents warm things up and make it feel luxurious. Check out Fords trademark swing-away steering column, which tilts out of the way by lightly tugging on the shifter lever, and the leather wrap that makes it easy to grip. The three individual pods ahead of the driver hold the primary gauges, with things like the radio (a new AM/FM/cassette unit) in the center stack, along with a lockable compartment in the center armrest. The trunk is truly massive, and carries a correct reproduction mat as well as a full-sized spare tire assembly. Its likely that the 390 cubic inch V8 under the hood is the original engine, but since Ford wasnt doing matching numbers in the traditional sense in 1962, so we cant prove it. It does look quite correct with an oversized air cleaner up top and Ford Blue paint on the block itself. It has been recently serviced with a lot of new equipment, including a full tune up, rebuilt carburetor, fuel pump, starter, alternator, timing chain and gear, oil pump, radiator, water pump, and belts and hoses, all within the last 2000 miles. Power steering and brakes are welcome additions to a heavy cruiser like this, and the dual exhaust system burbles like it has something to hide. The brakes are surprisingly effective, the automatic transmission shifts almost imperceptibly, and the rebuilt front suspension has the ability to float over bumps like a hovercraft. Steel wheels with simple hubcaps are a clean look and they wear 205/75/14 whitewall radials for a period look. This is just a great cruiser whose color combination does a good job of camouflaging the hardware underneath. Bullet Birds are definitely heating up, making this an excellent buy for today and for the future. Call today.
Full-sized 70s luxury cars are heating up in the collector car market as the guys who knew them when they were younger are buying up the cars of their youth. For the guy whose family traveled with the Cat, this 1974 Mercury Grand Marquis Brougham should be a neat throwback to a time when luxury meant big V8s, couch-like seating, and a pillow-soft ride. If you like your coupes big and flashy, this Mercury is right for you. As long as a school bus and bright red, it proudly stands as a monument to the excesses of the 1970s. Were pretty sure the bright red paint is original and this car still looks great, suggesting that someone went the extra mile to take care of it even during the oil crisis in which it was born. The sheetmetal is in great shape, with sharp creases along the tops of the fenders, that hood thats probably six feet long all by itself, and long quarters that seem even longer thanks to trim-fitting fender skirts. There are a few thin spots, a bit of fading, but for a high-quality survivor, this car needs no apologies. The hidden headlights make it look a lot more like its big brother Lincoln and dont worry, theres plenty of bright chrome and stainless trim to make it look expensive, and its all in very good shape. Even the white vinyl top, which adds some great contrast, remains bright, clean, and with no clear issues underneath. You got genuine 6-passenger comfort in your Grand Marquis, and nobody will be complaining about the accommodations. The handsome off-white upholstery remains in good condition and offers that kind of all-day comfort that you just cant buy anymore. Like the exterior, the interior appears to be mostly original, so theres some mild discoloration in a few spots like the door arm rests, but also like the paint, it would be a crime to change any of it. Gauges cover only the basics, but some enterprising soul has added auxiliary gauges under the center stack, probably a good idea. This car also has just about every option Mercury offered in 1974, including A/C, power windows, locks, and seats, cruise control, a tilt steering column and an AM/FM stereo radio. Both the back seat and the trunk are massive, with the trunk area expensively upholstered in matching gray carpets. Ford gave you plenty of horsepower to move all this sheetmetal in the form of a 460 cubic inch V8. This is reportedly the cars original engine, and it is indeed effortless in everything that it does. Smooth, torquey, and able to consume vast quantities of interstate in a single stretch, this is a fantastic cruiser. Its still wearing original Ford Blue paint on the major components and aside from routine maintenance items, its quite original. Its backed by a C6 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end with towering highway gears inside. The underside is just as clean as youd hope on a survivor like this, and includes a mellow-sounding single exhaust system that just whispers along at speed. Factory steel wheels with Mercury hubcaps are the right choice, as are the recent whitewall radials. One of the feature cars in Collectable Automobile magazine, this clean, handsome Grand Marquis is a great entry-level hobby car with a strong pedigree and a lot of character. Call today!
Despite Henrys insistence that the Model A be a simple car, the factory put a dizzying array of bodies on the same chassis, including perhaps a half-dozen different versions of the simple 4-door sedan. One of the more unusual styles was the leatherback like this 1929 model, which offered a padded roof and no quarter windows for a slightly more formal look. Obviously a favorite tour car, this 1929 Model A sedan looks correct wearing a period-correct green and black color combination. As most experts will tell you, the fenders should be black like they are here, giving the little A the look of its big brothers over at the Lincoln store. The restoration is quite old now, but that makes this the kind of Model A you want to own: seasoned and sorted, ready to enjoy. All four doors fit well enough, the hood lines up and with a snug-fitting leather top, it is ready for another 80 years of enjoyment. It isnt perfect, it isnt a show car, but it looks right out of the 30s and the price is certainly right. The brightwork is good, working with the patina on the rest of the car so that nothing stands out. And with sidemounts and a trunk, the formal-looking sedan seems like it should cost much more than it does. For touring, Im a fan of four-door sedans. Everyone seems to love the roadsters until the weather gets wet or cold, then theyll envy your closed car and its comfortable cloth interior that stays dry and warm. Both front and rear seats wear handsome mohair upholstery that looks factory-issue and appropriate in the semi-formal sedan, and its quite comfortable. It probably isnt original, but again, it was done some time ago. The dash is standard Model A, with a stainless instrument panel housing speedometer, gas gauge, ammeter, and the ignition switch, and it could be easily cleaned up with some polish and elbow grease. The only notable deviation from stock is the black painted dash. In back, theres room for three-across seating in the tidy little Ford, and thanks to the formal sedan bodywork, it feels cozy. The stock Model A engine works so well because its torquey and the cars themselves are light weight. This one sports its original Zenith updraft carb, distributor, and other ancillaries, because those systems work just fine. Theres an accessory exhaust manifold with a heater that is more for show than function, but the rest is as Henry made it. Its a little dirty and grungy, but you could clean it up in an afternoon to make a big improvement without a big investment in time or money. The factory 3-speed manual transmission is still there and still needs a quick double-clutch to shift, but youll get the hang of it quickly. The frame and undercarriage look about right after a few decades of touring, and the exhaust has a proper conical muffler that offers just the right sound. Its obvious that the wheels have been recently refinished and now wear 21-inch blackwall tires as original. A neat little Ford that runs great and doesnt cost a lot to buy or maintain. It seems that the market is rediscovering the Model A, as we cant seem to keep them in stock, so dont hesitate, call today!
No question the 1958 Impala is a landmark automobile, and has rapidly eclipsed its popular Tri-Five siblings in terms of desirability and value. This stunning resto-mod retains everything that was great about the stunning Impala, and adds a few modern conveniences to create what is perhaps the ultimate 50s luxury cruiser. The 58 Impala never looks as good as when its dressed in pastels. With light blue paint and a white roof, it has a pure 50s look that really emphasizes the dramatic one-year-only styling. During the restoration, they took their time so the doors fit extremely well, the gaps are quite good, and all that glittering trim was carefully aligned to give it exactly the look the designers dreamed of in 58. Two-stage urethane creates an high shine that will look this good for years and years, and all the correct Impala logos were faithfully replaced when it was dry. A small fortune was spent on chrome, from the massive bumpers to the delicate fins atop the front fenders to the dual antennas on the rear fenders, all of it is shiny, bright, and in great shape. Very impressive! It has been driven, of course, so perfection isnt the goal, but this is a trophy winner at any local show, especially with the skirts and continental kit out back. Although theres a lot of new stuff under the skin, the interior was restored to factory specifications using blue tri-tone upholstery as original. The beautiful door panels feature blue anodized inserts, and youll note that the big steering wheel was painted to match, complete with white accents like the bodywork. The factory gauges have all been restored, and its possible that the 120 MPH speedometer is no longer just a dream for this car. A/C has been subtly added under the dash, but beyond that its pretty much the way GM built it back in 1958, which was the entire point. The factory AM radio is gone but the AM/FM unit in its place looks pretty authentic, there are correct floor mats for protection, and even the original clock is still in the dash over in front of the passenger. As you can imagine, the back seat is massive and features that trick pop-up armrest, while the equally gigantic trunk is trimmed with a correct mat and includes a CD changer. The top engine in 1958 was a 348 cubic inch V8, instantly recognizable by its W-shaped valve covers. With plenty of dress-up, including a chrome air cleaner and finned aluminum valve covers, it looks as flashy as the rest of the car. Rebuilt 500 miles ago, it was dressed in Chevy Orange paint so theres no question that this is Bowtie muscle. Up top theres an Edelbrock intake manifold and a Holley carburetor, although the original Tri-Power setup is included with the car. The A/C system uses modern components and R134a refrigerant, so its effective and easy to service, and the braking system uses a dual-circuit master cylinder feeding vented front disc brakes for safety. A 3-speed TH350 3-speed automatic transmission spins the original rear end, so its happy around town and on the highway, and the burbling dual exhaust system sounds fantastic blowing through a pair of chrome tips just under the rear bumper. Original wheels and spinner hubcaps give it a retro look and wear fresh wide whitewall radials for better ride and comfort and an authentic look. This is an extremely impressive 58 Impala that captures not only the best of what was possible at the time, but everything that it could be with just a bit of modern technology. Call today!
When was the last time you saw an early Mercury Marquis? Fords intermediate brand focused on luxury, and it would be OK to look at this 1972 Mercury Marquis as a bargain-priced Lincoln. Massive, black, and powered by a giant V8 engine, it is a true American land yacht. And since its lived its entire life with the same family, its been very well maintained and shows just 55,653 original miles. Basic black is always a good choice on a luxury sedan, but in 1972, not many people chose it. There were, of course, plenty of browns, beiges, and greens, which makes this one stand out without shouting about it. The paint is original and still looks quite good for being 46 years old, offering a decent shine and only modest signs of use and age. Not perfect, but certainly a dignified car in middle age and you could probably buff out a pretty good shine with some elbow grease. Its truly massive and the design language is a neat mix of Ford and Lincoln, which suits its spot in the lineup just fine. Theres a lot of chrome, of course, and it accentuates the squared-off nose and long flanks without looking over-done. Hidden headlights were still a thing in 1972 and the hood ornament looks an awful lot like Lincolns cross, which was surely intentional. Theres a black vinyl top to add some formality and for being original, its shockingly nice. Most of the chrome is good to excellent aside from the grille between the taillights, which is showing its age. The red brocade fabric interior is just beautifully preserved and a great contrast to the black paint. Yes, theres a little fading on the carpets, which is all but inevitable where red is concerned, but youll note the wonderful diamond-pleated seating surfaces are just fine and show no splits or tears. Likewise, the door panels and dash pad are not cracked or dried out and even the steering wheel shows no signs of deterioration. Fords familiar square gauges give a basic view of the hardware, but this is a luxury car, not a sports car, so what do you really need? Its loaded with features like A/C (needs to be serviced), power seat, power windows, cruise control, tilt column, remote mirrors, and an AM/FM stereo radio. Rear seat space is massive, as is the trunk, which still carries its original carpe set and a spare tire assembly with jack. Fords mighty 429 cubic inch V8 provides motive force and its pretty impressive. Even though smog rules had taken the edge off all engines, the 429 remained effortless in the Marquis. Its nearly silent, pulls like an electric motor, and simply goes about its business without calling any attention to itself. And with so few miles, its in excellent condition and runs great. Turn the key and it fires easily and theres some evidence of routine maintenance throughout the engine bay. You could spend a weekend tidying things up and this would be one heck of a preservation class car, too! The C6 3-speed automatic transmission shifts unobtrusively and with towering highway gears in the 9-inch rear end, its a car just built for road trips. The undercarriage is original but tidy, having never seen winter weather and it sits on big whitewall radials that help with the pillow-soft ride. This is a lot of sheetmetal for the money, and its an unusual car in nice original condition. Altogether, that makes for an easy way to get into the hobby. Call today!
Theres no doubt the Ford Thunderbird was a game-changer when it hit the market in 1955. Not designed to compete with the Corvette, but surely inspired by it, the Ford was more luxury than sport, but that was just fine in the eyes of Thunderbird buyers, who eagerly bought every single one Ford could build. This lovely Thunderbird Blue 1955 T-Bird has been with the same owner for nearly 55 years. Impressive! Thunderbirds are notorious for rusting in some pretty demonic ways, so finding a solid example is important. The paint is 13 years old but it remains in fantastic shape, making this one of the most impressive early Birds weve seen in a long time. Code T Thunderbird Blue was accurately replicated using modern finishes so its bright and clear in person, and all the chrome shows quite well. To say it was an expensive job would be an extreme understatement, but I think youll agree that it was worth every penny. This car has also been fitted with a correct non-porthole hardtop, which might look odd but the porthole didnt show up until 1956. 1955 also included unique exhaust outlets in the bumper guards and what many enthusiasts consider the most pure shape: no pointed tail fins and no continental kit to mar the lines. This is a great-looking baby Bird! The bright and cheerful 1950s were in full swing inside the Thunderbird, complete with two-tone turquoise and white seats. Thunderbirds came pretty well loaded, but this one also includes goodies like A/C, power windows, a power seat, and a 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, so motoring is effortless and luxurious, as intended. The seat covers are exact replicas of the original equipment, and matching door panels are like art with their bright trim and sculpted vinyl. The instruments are original and in decent shape, including the sweeping speedometer and tachometer to the left of the instrument panel. Theres also an AM/FM/cassette radio, which fits neatly in the original radios slot. This is a single top car (the base Bird came with either a hard top or a soft top, but both was an extra-cost option), but with the way it looks and the A/C, youll be more than happy to keep the hardtop in place. The trunk offers reasonable storage space, even with the full-sized spare living inside. Power for the Thunderbird is supplied by Fords P-code 292 cubic inch Y-block V8, which makes a robust 198 horsepower. Finished with red Ford engine paint, those distinctive finned valve covers with Thunderbird logos, and a chrome air cleaner, its a study in early industrial design; Ford designers knew the engine had to be pretty in this car! It was rebuilt some years ago and shows signs of use, but it has also been properly maintained so it continues to run well today. It starts easily and drives beautifully, with a crisp V8 burble from the tailpipes providing the perfect accompaniment, and the modern A/C and alternator blend in well enough that most folks wont notice. The suspension is trusty, with soft springs for easy cruising, and drum brakes that are more than adequate for the T-Birds modest curb weight. Classic 6.70-15 Firestone wide whites with standard hubcaps give it a true 50s vibe. Early Thunderbirds are as stable as granite in the market. Buy this one today, enjoy it, maintain it, and it will always reward you with great performance and almost guaranteed resale. Call today!
Both the Mustang and the Cougar grew in 1971, but the Cougar seems to wear the extra size better than its cousin. This 1971 Mercury Cougar XR7 convertible represents either an affordable vintage cruiser or a great starting point for an amazing resto-mod. The paint is recent and nicely done, and we like the burgundy color that gives it a grown-up look that suits the Cougars upscale mission. The chiseled good looks reflect both the pony car and Lincoln DNA in its family, and adding big wheels and some attitude only enhances the image. The narrow front grille with power dome hood are certainly reminiscent of Lincolns of the same period, while the kicked-up quarter panels behind the doors are pure Mustang, making for a very attractive package. The late-model color works quite well on the vintage bodywork, and its easy to imagine it with, say, a blacked-out hood and a modest spoiler out back for some balance. But even as it sits, its rather handsome and the Cougars shape has aged quite gracefully. The front bumper is in good original condition, but well admit the rear bumper needs to be re-chromed if your intention is to keep it stock. But beyond that, this is a great-looking car. If youve driven an early 70s Mustang, youll feel right at home here. The bucket seats are a little wider and a little softer, but the array of round gauges are pure pony car. Its possible that the interior is original, so the drivers seat has a split and the fabric is a little faded, but new seat covers are included with the sale. Youll note nice black carpets on the floors to provide some welcome contrast and a center console adds to the performance vibe. The gauges are custom white-faced dials that look great in a machine-turned instrument panel that definitely works in the XR7. For entertainment, the original radio was dumped in favor of a JVC AM/FM/CD stereo, although the door speakers have yet to be installed (another opportunity for you to do it your way). The power convertible top is in good shape and the trunk is outfitted with a full mat set and a full-sized spare tire. Fords 302 cubic inch V8 was torquey and very user-friendly in the Cougar, offering good performance without being fussy. This one has been significantly upgraded with FITech fuel injection, an Edelbrock intake manifold, an HEI distributor, and a set of long-tube exhaust headers, so you know where the real money was spent. With those cool Edelbrock Racing valve covers and a serpentine belt drive system, along with a set of adjustable strut tower braces, it looks far more modern under the hood than youd expect. Power steering and power front disc brakes were standard equipment on the heavier, more luxury-oriented Cougar, but the recent Flowmaster dual exhaust system has a wonderful low burble that totally sounds like a muscle car. The automatic transmission snaps off quick shifts, so this Couger feels a lot like a late-model 5.0 Mustang rather than a vintage cruiser. The undercarriage is pretty original, but this car has spent most of its life in a warm climate so while its a little grungy, you wont be worried about its structural strength while youre out cruising. Its also fitted with 4-wheel disc brakes which look ideal behind late-model Mustang wheels carrying 235/55/17 performance radials. Lots of money was spent where it matters, making this Cougar a blast to drive and only a few upgrades away from being something truly special. Take this opportunity and make it your own. Call now!
Size was still king in the early 70s and its probably impossible to get more sheetmetal for your dollar than this 1972 Lincoln Continental sedan. A nice combination of originality and upgrades, its a luxury car first and foremost, but theres a surprising edge to it that youll probably enjoy if you want something a little more than your grandfathers Lincoln. The white paint appears to be almost entirely original, and knowing that, you know that the car is straight, clean, and has lived an easy life. Thats the great thing about original paint; theres just no place for bad bodywork to hide. Well argue that this 72 Lincoln has a trim look to it that out-paces Cadillacs bottom-heavy designs, although its by no means a small car. Quality was still tangible at the Lincoln store, with doors that slam shut with ease and good body gaps throughout. There are a few blemishes and touch-ups, which are to be expected on 45-year-old paint, but for the most part, this car has a great all-of-a-piece look that we find quite appealing. The gothic styling and hidden headlights work as well here as on any other Lincoln of the era and the black padded vinyl top adds an air of formality thats certainly appropriate. Big chrome bumpers, that delicate strip of chrome atop the fenders that recalls the suicide door Lincolns of the 60s, and those big taillights are mean this Continental is impossible to mistake for anything else. Inside, you will be delighted by acres of black leather and enough stretch-out room for the starting lineup of the LA Lakers. Again, its almost entirely original and given the condition of the leather, you know someone loved this car. The leather, the door panels, and even the carpet and headliner are extremely well preserved and its hard to not feel like a million bucks when youre behind the wheel. Theres a dizzying array of buttons, knobs, and levers at your fingertips because this Continental is loaded, including power windows, locks, and seat, A/C, cruise control, a tilt steering column, and an AM/FM/8-track stereo. You also get a fairly comprehensive set of gauges, joined by an aftermarket tach up top, just a reminder that this Lincoln has a little something extra under the hood. Everything works, including the A/C, and if this isnt the ultimate road trip car, I dont know what is. Just look at the size of that trunk! The biggest Lincoln used Fords biggest V8, a 460 cubic inch mill thats been augmented with the usual speed parts, including an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold, MSD ignition system, and an open-element air cleaner. Bright red ignition wires look great against the Ford Blue paint and youd better believe this sucker is a runner! It starts with a bark from the twin exhaust pipes and idles with a bit of aggression, but thats only noticeable because its a Lincoln. Theres torque everywhere and it feels totally effortless thanks to the quick-shifting C6 3-speed automatic transmission. The brakes are all new, including the wheel cylinders, and it was just fitted with fresh tie rods and an alignment, so it tracks like a cruise missile on the highway. Its extremely tidy underneath, showing that it has never lived anywhere but in a warm climate, and the peerless Lincoln luxury ride is still the most amazing thing about the car. Big 225/75/15 Goodyear radials ride great and give the luxury cruiser a bit of an edge with their white letters, and the stock hubcaps will always look right. Complete with manuals, this is a fantastic heavy cruiser thats totally sorted and ready to hit the road. This truly is first-class travel. Call today!
Mid-60s Thunderbirds, particularly convertibles like this 1966 model, are seeing some recent gains in the market, and this is a great car for cruising and casual shows. With a cool period color, all the luxury and comfort options, and a smooth 428, it delivers personal luxury unlike anything else of the era. Drawing on both the original Ford Retractable hardtops and the Lincoln Continental 4-door convertibles, this big Bird is the epitome of Fords high-end products in 1966. The restoration was finished years ago, but this car still owns eyeballs everywhere it goes. Wearing bright turquoise paint, it looks a mile long yet incomparably sleek. Workmanship is quite good throughout and with that much sheetmetal, there are plenty of places for things to go wrong. Fortunately the guys in charge of the restoration didnt miss a thing. Note how well the doors line up with the quarters, the deep shine, and the total absence of waves that would suggest significant bodywork underneath. Trim is surprisingly restrained on this lovely Thunderbird, but details like the fender-mounted turn signal indicators, faux hood scoop, and the finely detailed grille are in excellent shape. And yes, the sequential turn signals are fully functional. The interior features new Italian leather upholstery, and combined with just a few woodgrained accents and stainless trim, it makes this feel like an adults car in every way. The bucket seats offer gorgeous upholstery with a wonderful combination of pleats and quilted seating surfaces, and the rear seat with its wrap-around look is perhaps even more inviting. A ribbon-style speedometer and small round pods for the auxiliary gauges are an incredible piece of design, as is the swing-away steering wheel that really makes a difference in ease of entry. Check out the little tricks like the original clock replaced with a digital piece and a newer AM/FM stereo head unit. The insanely complex top mechanism on these cars is a ballet of electro-mechanical automation, although this one has been upgraded with linear actuators in place of the original hydraulic rams, so its more reliable. Most importantly, it works properly with zero issues and the black convertible top fits well. The trunk is also correctly finished with gray mats and plenty of space (provided you keep the top up). Fords 428 cubic inch Q-code V8 was optional equipment in the 1966 Thunderbird and makes the kind of leisurely torque you need in a luxury machine like this. Fully rebuilt about 5000 miles ago, it has a few upgrades such as an Edelbrock carburetor, HEI distributor, and a giant aluminum radiator to keep things cool. Theres also plenty of Ford Blue paint and an open-element air cleaner proudly advertising the big block underneath. This big Bird uses a C6 3-speed automatic transmission linked to 3.00 gears in the 9-inch rear, so it just loafs along at highway speeds without breaking a sweat. A new dual exhaust system gives it a burbly V8 rumble thats got a bit of muscle car DNA in it, and with disc brakes becoming standard equipment in 1965, its a fine road car in every sense of the word. Right-sized 215/75/15 whitewall/redline radials look great on those vintage Cragar mags. 60s convertibles like this are red hot right now, so dont delay and get this awesome Thunderbird into your garage. Call now!
All original 1978 Mark V (Paint/Interior). This car comes equipped with the factory moon roof option as well as the 460 cubic inch engine with dual exhaust. It was ordered with the rare and very attractive Cordovan and White luxury group. The leather in the interior is unmarked and remains supple. Original floor mats, spotless luggage compartment. No cracks in the dash or steering wheel. Tires have been replaced but the original Michelin X radial tires have been stored and go with the car. A few mechanical enhancements have been made to improve usability- A/C converted to R134, new master cylinder and drive belts. Regular professional maintenance. I've owned this car for several years and purchased it with just over 6,000 miles on the odometer, which is reflected on the title. Dealership sample books and a few NOS spare parts go with the car. Garaged and comes with custom cover. Note PayPal not accepted. Cash or escrow transaction only.
OK... Here it is! (Just in time for the convertible season) THE Curvy-Sexy 2001 BMW Z3 3.0 Roadster Convertible with only 39K Original MILES!!! This one is Complete with the SPORT package, which includes the Sport seats, NEW mesh grille insert, NEW TSW Black/Chrome lip "Bimmer" style wheels with Like NEW Continental 50K HP Performance Tires all around, DINAN Strut Brace, NEW Black Top, NEW Pioneer-Ipod-USB ready/Cd Sound system w/Compact woofer, NEW Remus Custom Muffler to give it that Low Porsche-Like Rumble, But not too loud. NICE Bavarian Auto-sport Floor mats, Tinted Windows, Front and Side AIR BAGS, and More... (I may be forgetting something) Special order Dakar "Racing" Yellow Exterior with Black interior, with Cinnamon Leather Heated Seats & Door panels, and Wood-grain console, Of course it has power seats, locks, windows, & Top. Bottom line is... This one is NICE, Fast and a real head turner. Get the Ultimate Driving Machine for serious Roadster FUN! This car has 225 horsepower, (Biggest engine for the Z3) and will throw you back in the seat, and you know you are in a true Sports Car. It is a non smoker, garage kept, Extremely CLEAN Car! Formally owned by a BMW Dealer manager... Serious Buyer's only, Please. CASH & CARRY. Other Features Include, 5-Speed Manual Transmission,"M" Shift knob, Fog Lights, Custom interior Trunk Lid Storage, & Back Wind Blocker. YOU Will NOT be Disappointed! These classic BMW's are getting hard to find in this condition and with such LOW miles!
1968 Camaro SS Restomod- orange and white wrap (Hunter Green under wrap). Car has made cinematic history as one of the “Evil Twins” built for the 2014 movie Need for Speed and was part of the HotRod Power Tour having been owned and driven by celebrity car guru Rutledge Wood . Beautiful car inside and out, runs perfect! Links to videos of history below and a brief Spec sheet! Serious Buyer only !50khttps://youtu.be/oofo4_-7-lwhttps://youtu.be/8XEDu-3GS6oSpecsYear 1968 Make Chevrolet Model Camaro / SS Engine Chevy Perf LS3 / 6.2ltr / 430hp Mods Forgeline GZ3 18″ wheels, Continental Sport Contact 3 tires, TMI Pro Sport R houndstooth seats, Heidts 4-Link rear suspension, Vintage Air GenIV AC Kit, Grip Royal steering wheel, Wilwood brakes, Kicker audio system, Odyssey Performance battery, KC LED Headlights Read Less
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The Ford Woodie (or Woody) Wagon is an iconic American treasure. Since the initial debut of the Ford factory built wagon, Ford was the leader in the station wagon market and in 1940 Ford produced the only wagon on the market with a V-8 engine under the hood. The craftsmanship that went into building these wagons is legendary, and the outstanding styling of the 1940 models has kept this particular version of the woody at the top of the list for collectors for decades. Woodie wagons were never produced in great quantities and the attrition rates were high due to their utilitarian use. When they gained huge popularity in the 60s as surfer wagons, the trend for modifying them as hot rods was launched and today, most of them that have survived have been modified. This Ford Deluxe wagon is a custom built wagon that Ford Motor Company never built, but should have. It is a 2 door wagon. All original early Woodie wagons were 4 door cars. The last ford Woodies were 2 door wagons. There were only 8730 original 1940 Ford Woodies built. You are looking at one of the most beautiful, custom built, 1940 Ford 2 door Woodie Wagons you have ever laid your eyes on! This is a One of a kind car with a Hand Made, Maple Body, built by Jody at Cowboy Customs in South Carolina. Cowboy has built about half a dozen of his Custom wagons. The first one was a 34, then a 36, then a 37 then this 40 and a later 50 Ford and 50 Mercury like the 50 Mercury model that How Wheels built as a model. This Woodie is powered by a new 350 Chevy crate engine and a 700R4 automatic Overdrive Transmission! This beauty offers these power options. Power steering, power drivers seat, power disc brakes, power windows, and power door locks to keep the suicide doors secure when driving down the road. She has cold Air conditioning, tinted windows, a Kenwood Am/FM CD player, American Racing Wheels and BF Goodrich Tires!! It has been built about 4 years and has been driven only a little over 6,000 miles since it was built. I purchased this beauty from the builder. When he built the car, he finished it in Black and I am just not a black car fan, so I had him disassemble it and repaint it in a gorgeous red color. You can own this awesome One of a Kind beauty for only $60,000 which I feel is very fair for a nice custom built one of a kind vehicle like this one in the condition this gorgeous beauty is in. I have full documentation on the build with plenty of photos. If you do not particularly like this one, the builder can build you one to your specs. He has built a 34, a 36, a 37 and this 40 Ford Woodie. We are considering building a 1941 Lincoln Continental Woodie wagon in the near future. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may buy it today while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at a 1985 Lincoln Towncar. She has been well taken cared of and has new cold AC and a new top...The original owner was the father of the guy who owns it now. After it sat in a garage for years after the owners passing, it was sold but has made its way back to its original family, so only a 3 owner car! I feel that my price of $3,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a project like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
A survivor grade presentation of a 1964 Chrysler Imperial Crown. This rare and premium classic cruiser is believed to original everywhere from 413ci V8 to the Pine Mist Metallic paint so yes, we are excited about this one, too! The luxury of a Cadillac or Lincoln, but the rarity of a Mopar thats what this Imperial offers. And speaking of scarcely seen vehicles, this one is truly a standout with its level of survivor-quality features. For starters, according to the consignor, the Pine Mist Metallic paint is original to this car. Combined with the white pinstriping, and this sedan has the sweet appeal of mint candy. And nothing says luxury like a ton of brightwork. As a true 60s machine there was a lot of thought and design that went into the chrome bumpers just look at the intricate design of the rear one! Plus, detail elements like the trim that runs from headlight to taillight looks so nice and intact that it truly highlights the long and sleek profile of this premium Imperial. This hardtop sedan truly has room to carry all your family and friends in style and comfort. The two rows of button-top seating have the kind of intricate design that you only get once when new! And this is survivor-grade right down to the Imperial crown logos on the side trim. This is a true luxury machine, thats why you have rare features like a power adjustable seat and power locks. Plus, there are even provisions for factory air conditioning and power windows. Youll love slipping behind the dual spoke steeling wheel that has a pattern that matches the dash. This gives you a clear view at the gauge cluster, which truly looks like automotive jewelry. And the push-button transmission is all part of the premium vintage charm. With the originality of the interior and exterior, its great to have the original V8 under the hood. It has the perfect presentation for a survivor where the details are correct, right down to the decals. And the overall well-sorted appearance means its led a cared-for life. Theres even a new brake booster and master cylinder. The Imperials luxury also means power, and the 413 cubic-inch V8 offers plenty. Inhaling deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, these big block motors were becoming popular on the drag strips during this Imperials era. But this one is tuned for all-out comfort. Thats why you can pull away from stoplights with authority, and it cruises with confidence. What also helps this easy driving attitude are the power brakes, power steering, and three-speed automatic transmission. This one is so original and accurate, that even the mileage is believed to be correct averaging less than 1,300 miles annually! Its amazing a premium survivor like this can also be so affordable. Dont miss this opportunity, call today!