1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

Complete, no-expense-spared, nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration done very correctly with attention to detail. This is a true 23,000-mile car and comes fully documented with all of its options on its full Marti Report. 351 M-code V8, 4-speed transmission, Ram Air hood, power disc brakes, stripes and in-dash tach. Fully loaded car. Finished in Grabber Yellow with black interior, this car is a true head-turner. Underside done in factory-correct red oxide.

1971 Plymouth GTX

Teddy Pieper © 2014, courtesy of Auctions America

Offered not only with the powerful 440+6 engine package and manual 4-speed transmission, this Autumn Bronze Metallic GTX is also presented with a few very unusual features. It has the desirable Air Grabber hood, A33 Trak Pak option, power disc brakes, split-back bench seat, pistol-grip floor shifter, and very rare add-on non-console stereo cassette player/recorder setup.

Records indicate that this is one of 62 440+6 pack manual transmission GTX hard tops produced in 1971. Given the options on this example, Read More

1970 Plymouth AAR ’Cuda

Courtesy of Auctions America

Presented in striking Tor-Red with AAR graphics, this Plymouth has looked “race-ready” since day one. It includes an AM radio, Rallye dash, center console with Slap Stik for the automatic transmission, black vinyl bucket seat interior, Rallye wheels, space-saver spare tire, jack and sidepipes with new mufflers.

This is an original AAR edition with a properly date-coded block that has been restamped to match this car. This 340 Six Pack V8 is connected to the original transmission, and the rear Read More

2002 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 coupe

Courtesy of Russo and Steele

Created by Matt Murphy in 1999 to build specially tuned Chevrolet high-performance cars that were emissions-compliant, modern versions of the famous dealer-modified Chevys of the 1960s and early 1970s, GMMG quickly forged an outstanding reputation. Focusing on the fourth-generation Camaro and Firebird, GMMG created a new generation “supercar” with durability, reliability and modern technology. Clearly echoing the Baldwin-Motion, Berger, Dick Harrell, Fred Gibb, Nickey and Yenko dealer-tuned Chevy supercars of the past, the GMMG Camaro was available through selected Chevrolet Read More

1970 Ford Torino 429 CJ Type N/W

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

Before the new generation Torino came out in 1970, the Ford Dealers Association in Oregon got together with an idea to promote the new body style. The special Torino would be unique to the Northwest, and 601 were to be produced.

Available in three colors, this one is Pacific Blue with a black hood, dual chrome hood-lock pins, dual racing mirrors, rocker panel racing stripes and argent-styled wheels.

Of the 395 Type N/W models made, only five are 429s and Read More

1957 Ford Thunderbird E-code

Ford introduced its 1957 models on October 1, 1956. In addition to the new-for-1957 styling, the big news that really caught buyers’ attention was a choice of four powerplants. Among them was the optional 312-ci E-code variant, producing 270 horsepower through a modified Holley dual 4-barrel setup borrowed from the 1956 Lincoln. 21,380 examples rolled off the production line that year, and just 977 were produced with the vaunted E-code option.

This Thunderbird is the recipient of a high-quality two-year Read More

1969 Hurst/Olds

John Henricks, courtesy of Mecum Auctions

A refined street brawler

  • Sold new by Minyard Motors Inc., Anderson, SC
  • Documented with Hurst Performance Research papers, original build sheet and factory warranty books
  • Completely frame-off restored from late 1990s to early 2000s
  • Completed by Nyle Wing, Wings Auto Art in Ionia, MI
  • Restoration completely documented with photos start to finish
  • Matching-numbers engine
  • 455/380-hp V8 (#396021F) code QE, Ram Air hood
  • Turbo 400 transmission (#69OH1352)
  • Posi rear end (SH-3.23 ratio)
  • Power steering and disc brakes
  • Tilt steering column
  • Read More