1991 GMC Syclone Pickup

Courtesy of Auctions America

It was born for performance and became the fastest production pickup in America. Hot Rod magazine wrote in October 1990: “With the Syclone, GMC has taken the most significant step of any manufacturer on transforming the pickup into a true sport truck…The Syclone may be the most significant performance vehicle built in the last 20 years.” Others chimed in: “It’s the performance enthusiast’s dream” and “There are no disappointments. It’s safe to say the Syclone is the most revolutionary truck Read More

1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

In 1969, AMC worked with Hurst Performance Inc. to create the SC/Rambler. All cars had a 390-ci 315-hp engine with 4-speed transmission. Painted in its unique “A” scheme of red/white/blue exterior with matching headrest and gray interior. Options include functional Ram Air hood scoop, Hurst shifter, heavy-duty suspension with sway bar, torque links, staggered rear shocks, power disc brakes, and a steering column-mounted Sun tachometer. This car is listed number 290 in the Hurst SC/Rambler Registry.

1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 427

Carol Duckworth, courtesy of Mecum Auctions

• 427-ci engine

• 4-speed transmission

• 12-bolt rear end

• Power steering

• Power brakes

• Dual exhaust

• Detailed engine compartment

• Royal Plum with black vinyl top

• Black bucket seat interior

• Console

• Factory gauges

• Rally wheels

• Redline tires

• Owner’s manual

1969 Plymouth A12 Road Runner

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson Auction Co.

This car has undergone a meticulous rotisserie restoration and is finished in R6 Scorch Red. Ranked third-fastest muscle car ever produced and track-tested at 12.91 at 111 mph quarter-mile by Ronnie Sox in stock trim.

Documented original A12 M-code lift-off hood car. One of 422 4-speed M-code 440 6-barrel cars produced and number 34 of 195 accounted for in the Chrysler Registry. Authenticated by Galen Govier with documentation that supports VIN number, fender tag, body stamps, matching-numbers 440 6-barrel engine, Read More

1967 Chevrolet Yenko Super Camaro

Chip Riegel, courtesy of Gooding & Company

This finely restored Yenko Camaro is one of the approximately 54 examples modified for the 1967 model year, as per the copies of the original Yenko inventory sheets. Starting life as a 396-ci Super Sport model built at GM’s Norwood, OH, plant in June 1967, this car was delivered to Yenko’s dealership later that month, and a copy of the original handwritten Yenko service invoice lists the conversions undertaken on July 18. Modifications included replacing the engine block, installing a Read More

1958 Edsel Pacer convertible

Teddy Pieper ©2014, courtesy of RM Auctions

This Edsel Pacer was used as a daily driver and then restored by the late actor Sage Stallone, son of Sylvester Stallone. It is attractive in its medium gray metallic paint and red-and-white vinyl interior.

Most recently, it received a cosmetic freshening that included the installation of a new convertible top and a rear-mounted dual-exhaust system. This car is in very good to excellent condition throughout, making it a stunning example of the most desirable year of Edsel production.

1960 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

Pawel Litwinski, courtesy of Bonhams

With just 16,200 miles and few devoted owners from new, this 1960 Impala convertible must be one of most original examples left.

Equipped with the high-output 348-ci engine, this exceptional Chevrolet has been a cornerstone of the current owner’s exquisite Southern California collection for decades, and was purchased by him from the second owner, who had used the car sparingly for parades and other special occasions. “It took me about 12 years to purchase this unique Chevy,” states the owner. Read More

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible

David Newhardt, courtesy of Mecum Auctions

• Five-year restoration

• One of 34 built in 1970

• One of 20 4-speeds

• Documented on the Chrysler Registry as a factory V-code convertible

• 440-ci Six Pack engine

• 4-speed transmission

• Dana rear end

• Power steering

• Power disc brakes

• Air Grabber hood

• Bucket seats and console

• Original fender tag

• Copies of old title to the mid-1970s

1982 Pontiac Trans Am “Pepsi Challenger” Funny car

David Newhardt, courtesy of Mecum Auctions

• First Funny Car in NHRA history to run 250 mph in the quarter mile; set national record at Baton Rouge, May 1982

• Set national record 5.73 elapsed time at the 1982 U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis

• First Funny Car in NHRA history to run in the 5.6-second range: 5.637 seconds, Indy, September 1982

• Posted NHRA National event victories at Montreal and Englishtown, NJ; the 33rd and 34th career wins for Don Prudhomme

• No. 1 qualifier four Read More