- Fifth-place finisher at 1957 Indianapolis 500 with Andy Linden
- “Smokey” Yunick’s first Indianapolis 500 entry (1958)
- Driven at Indy in 1958 by Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee Paul Goldsmith
- AACA Senior First Place Award and Race Car Certification
- Multiple awards; appearances include 2005 Goodwood Festival of Speed
- Great presence; offered in top operating and show condition
- Crowd pleaser with “Offy” power and onboard starter
Almost 100,000 Chargers were sold in 1968, with 17,584 of them outfitted with the Road/Track package. Of those, only 475 were produced with the optional 426 Street Hemi, including the example offered here. Making this car even more desirable is its rare color combination of dark blue over an Electric Blue interior.
Mopar restoration expert Julius Steuer purchased the car and, in 2009, restored it at his shop in Los Angeles. David Mikkelson acquired it shortly after the restoration was Read More
This Camaro convertible underwent a high-quality body-off restoration completed in October 2017. It is powered by a 396-ci engine and Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. It features a 12-bolt Positraction 3.55-ratio rear end, center console with gauges, tachometer, power top, steering and disc brakes, Delco AM radio, front and rear spoilers and Rally wheels. This Camaro is finished in Matador Red with black convertible top and black striping.
- 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
- 2012 Detroit Autorama Don Ridler Award winner
- 2012 Goodguys Custom Rod of the Year
- 2012 SEMA Mothers Polish Excellence in Design winner
- 2012 Legend Cup winner
- Featured in Street Rodder Premium and AutoWeek
- 1150-hp twin-turbo V8 by Gale Banks Engineering
- No. 868 of 1,000 1996 Corvette Grand Sports produced
- One of 810 Grand Sport coupes
- 29,959 actual miles
- Sold new in Michigan
- Resided on East Coast for seven years before moving west
- Admiral Blue paint with an Arctic White stripe and red hash marks
- Two-tone interior with Torch Red leather seats
- LT4 5.7-liter V8 engine
- 6-speed manual transmission
- Gloss black five-spoke wheels
- Gloss black front brake calipers
This 1984 GMC 4×4 “Fall Guy” re-creation pickup is powered by a rebuilt 350-ci 4-barrel engine with dual exhaust and a rebuilt TH400 automatic transmission with a rebuilt NP208 transfer case.
Both axles have been rebuilt: a 10.5-inch, 14-bolt rear axle and a 10-bolt front axle with 4.10 gears and open differential with custom truss. It has custom driveshafts and a six-inch suspension lift. The body is all GM sheet metal and is painted with Martin Senour primer, sealer, base Read More
This amazing Ford woodie, incorporating numerous pieces of original Birdseye and Tiger Maple, was purchased new on January 2, 1947, by Jeanette Schaffer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It remained in the Milwaukee area until 1985.
The body was refinished in its original color of Maize Yellow many years ago, which is the only major work that has ever been completed or required. The wooden body is in remarkable condition for its age, with minor staining around several of the bolt and Read More
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
All Adventurers built between 1956 and 1958 were limited in production, but the 1957 model was especially so, having been introduced later than the rest of that year’s DeSoto line. There was no mention of the model in the catalog and no Adventurer brochure — just an insert for the owner’s manual, welcoming owners to “the elite Adventurer family.” Elite, indeed; in 1957, only 300 convertibles were made.
The car offered here is even rarer in being equipped with factory Read More