- 1978 Macho Trans Am #202
- The last Macho Trans Am modified by DKM in 1978; two 1978 models were converted in 1979
- The last of nine produced with the HO Racing Specialties turbocharger
- The only turbocharged Macho Trans Am in black and gold
- MCACN Day Two Gold award in 2015
- Featured in September 2016 Hemmings Muscle Machines
- Correct WC-suffix 400-ci, 325-hp V8 engine
- 480 ft-lb of torque
- Borg Warner T10 4-speed manual transmission
- Hurst Competition Plus shifter
- 10-bolt rear Read More
- 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V8 SRT engine
- 8-speed automatic transmission
- Serial no. 0589; accompanied by window sticker
- Purchased from Rick Hendrick Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Charleston, SC
- Includes Demon Crate (customer-arranged pickup)
- Recent delivery example
Ordered from Olympic Oldsmobile in Chicago on October 1, 1969, Mr. Vilinis “Vil” Gaganis optioned this car with the G80 performance axle package, heavy-duty radiator, the M21 close-ratio 4-speed, the W-30 package and Twilight Blue paint over matching vinyl interior.
Gaganis took meticulous care of his Olds, driving it about 75,000 miles in total. In 1998, he sold it to James Voight. During Voight’s tenure, the engine was rebuilt and fitted with hardened valve seats. From there, the car moved Read More
- Carroll Shelby’s personal GT350 H
- On display at Shelby Automobiles since 2008
- Desirable Hertz “Rent-a-Racer” Shelby
- Iconic Wimbledon White with factory-painted Le Mans stripes
- The ultimate in provenance and ownership history
Aman named Jim Lamatrice purchased this 1956 Chevrolet 210 sedan brand new and would own it for the next 45 years.
The best option that year was the Corvette-derived 265-ci, 225-hp Power Pak engine with dual-WCFB Carter 4-barrels, a Duntov-type 30/30 camshaft and factory dual exhaust.
Jim’s classic “Shoebox Chevy” also ended up with the 3-speed overdrive manual transmission and steep 4.57:1 Positraction rear gearing.
Many original Power Pak race cars were radically changed over the years. It is rare Read More
- Reportedly one of three cars independently built to Dragonsnake specification
- One of the very first Cobras to be equipped with a 289 V
- Long period history in SCCA competition on the West Coast
- Wonderful patina inside and out
- A driver’s Cobra, to be used and enjoyed with pride
An original California car, this Road Runner is powered by an original, matching-numbers, high-performance 383-ci V8 engine and equipped with a 727 automatic transmission. Documentation includes build sheet, fender tag and owner’s book.
It’s finished in the rare special-order color of Bahama Yellow. A mid-year introduction color, it’s considered the first of the high-impact paint colors that were not offered until the 1970 model year and is a rare color for 1969.
The photos and receipts from the rotisserie restoration Read More
This Super Bee came equipped with a 440 with three 2-barrel carburetors, a forced-air “Ramchargers” hood, a Mopar automatic with column shifter and Rallye wheels. A coupe model with the defining side pillars and pop-out rear windows, it is among the rarest of Dodges. Of the 15,506 Super Bees produced in 1970, fewer than 200 of the 440s were coupes. Only 87 had automatic transmissions.
This is a very rare find with a very cool story. This car was parked in a storage lot in California in 1983 and was only recently removed from there.
This Chevelle is a rare special high-performance RPO L78 396 car and one of only 2,144 built. The L78 option was discontinued after the first months of the 1970 model year.
- Presented as delivered when new in Olympic Gold over black interior
- Shown at The Quail — A Motorsports Gathering on two occasions
- Desirable Z/28 spec with 4-speed manual transmission
- Iconic muscle car perfect for rallies or Sunday morning drives