- 302-ci EFI V8 engine
- SelectShift 3-speed automatic transmission
- Only 12,445 miles
- Short box
- 4×4 with lockout hubs
- Power steering
- Power brakes
- Air conditioning
- Dual exhaust
- Twin-traction-beam independent suspension
- Factory 15-inch sport wheels
- Upgraded Ford AM/FM/cassette stereo
- Original delivery paperwork
- Purchased new from Harry Holder Motor Co., Owensboro, KY
- 100-hp, 220.5-ci OHV inline 6-cylinder engine
- 3-speed manual transmission
- Solid front axle, Hotchkiss-type full floating rear axle
- Four-wheel drum brakes
- Offered from the Mohrschladt Family Collection
- Original, unrestored, and quite amazing
- Excellent factory paint and interior
- Known history with only three owners from new
- Just over 35,500 actual miles
Chevrolet’s 1994–96 Chevrolet Impala SS created a performance following. This high-performance car built on a full-size 4-door platform generated an immediate cult following among those who wanted a potent LT-1 but needed the practicality of a sedan over a Camaro SS or Corvette. Today, the car’s status as a true collectible of the 1990s is cemented.
At Ford, there were occasional rumblings of a Police Interceptor for the masses to hit that Read More
Manufactured during the abbreviated 1942 model year, this GMC ¾-ton pickup is quite a rare sight. Upon purchasing the vehicle in 2010, the owner commissioned a full restoration of the already clean and solid truck.
The body was brought down to the bare metal and finished to a very high standard. Under the freshly manicured body, the powertrain was subject to an extensive refurbishing, where anything that was Read More
Monterey Car Week is all about the high-dollar, high-profile, high-glamour cars. But for every multimillion-dollar Shelby Cobra, there has to be a vehicle sold on the opposite side of the spectrum. Here’s a look at the domestic car from each live auction venue that sold for the least amount of money. Being Monterey, there are no bad cars — just possible entrants for next year’s Concours D’LeMons.
Gooding & Company
- One of the finest Continentals in existence; restored to original specifications
- Hand-built at the Wixom Continental Division Assembly Plant
- Award-winning Mike Fennel restoration
- Offered with order sheet, manuals, restoration records and photos
- An outstanding example of mid-century American opulence
Van modifications were Read More
For 1971, performance began to be emphasized less, and when it was, it was aimed Read More
Although the Jeep CJ, International Scout and Ford Bronco got the ball rolling on small personal off-roaders, it was the Chevrolet Blazer that really jump-started the interest in full-size SUVs.
Based on a shortened pickup truck platform, the Blazer was more of a play toy than a work truck. While it was able to go off road for camping, hunting, fishing or just boonie-whacking, most Blazers tended to be used on the highway as Read More
This is a second-series truck with the new-for-1955 styling — and a very rare NAPCO 4×4 conversion.
1955 was the first year General Motors offered the new half-ton pickup with 4×4. NAPCO 2-speed 4×4 conversions were composed of 85% GM parts. The NAPCO slogan proudly stated: “Now you can have a standard Chevrolet four-wheel-drive pickup featuring the traction power of a tank, or at the flip of a finger, a smoother ride over the road.”
This truck has been treated Read More