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
- The first of two examples built for the 1968 season
- Raced in 1968 by Mark Donohue and Sam Posey
- Numerous podium finishes, with many years of successful club racing in Europe
- Comprehensive restoration to 1968 specifications and livery
- Raced and shown at many events, including eight appearances at the Monterey Historics
- Well documented, including letter of authenticity from Penske engineer Ron Fournier
This very rare and low-production Special Edition Trans Am has it all. This style Trans Am was immortalized in the “Smokey and the Bandit” movies. This “Bandit” is 100% original and has less than 750 miles on it. This Trans Am is one of the lowest original-miles Special Edition cars in existence. It is documented with all its original books, papers and PHS paperwork.
This beautiful 1970 ’Cuda was finished in Jamaica Blue with light blue accents and gold pinstriping. There are no wild graphics, but its quiet demeanor hides the fact that it carries engine code “R,” designating the 426-ci Hemi.
Plymouth built just 652 hard-top Hemi ’Cudas in 1970. This one is unrestored and is perhaps the most preserved of any, with just under 17,000 miles since new.
This ’Cuda’s factory-original Hemi is still intact and features a high-duration hydraulic-lifter cam, 10.28:1 Read More
This single-owner Country Squire Wagon has less than 1,500 miles from when it was purchased new at Titus Will Ford in Tacoma, WA. As per its original sales invoice, it is equipped with a 400-ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Conveniences include deluxe bumpers, electric rear window, air conditioning, color-keyed seat belts, AM radio, light group, tinted glass and a luggage rack.
The owner stated that the “interior is as-new, no marks and absolutely fresh.”
It is astounding to Read More
- The lowest-mile, original-engine 4-speed Hemi Daytona documented 6,435 original miles
- Documented with two broadcast sheets
- 1970s ISCA show car that wore custom paint
- Formerly part of the Otis Chandler Collection
- Formerly owned by NFL linebacker Kevin Greene
- Professional restoration by Roger Gibson
- The first Mopar restored with correct factory markings on the undercarriage
- Original 426/425-hp Hemi engine
- 4-speed transmission
- Power steering and brakes
- Vintage photos of the car with custom show paint and before/after restoration
• Frame-off restoration
• Real J-code Hemi car
• Equipped with a 1968 date-coded 426 Hemi
• Rare Dark Turquoise metallic paint
• White bucket seat interior with console
• Power steering
• Power brakes
Rarely are automobiles as sought-after and seemingly immune to market fluctuations as Carroll Shelby’s GT350, and the first-year editions are consistently the most valuable of that breed.
The Shelby American Automobile Club’s World Registry keeps detailed records of each Shelby-modified Mustang made; the 1965 GT350 presented here is a solid, documented example treated to a high-quality restoration several years ago. It remains in excellent, well-preserved condition.
S/N SFM5S260, the car was originally shipped to Koons Ford in Falls Church, VA, Read More