- Among the most historic 1940s California dry-lakes roadsters
- Built by Albata Club members Chuck Spurgin and Bob Giovanine
- 1948 SCTA Class A Roadster Champion: perfect 1,800-point score
- Featured on the cover of the March 1949 issue of Hot Rod
- Displayed in the Historic Hot Rod Class at Pebble Beach in 2010
- Dry Lakes Racing Hall of Fame inductee
- Grand National Roadster Show Class Winner
- Formerly of the Nick Alexander Collection
- Rare Marmon-Herrington all-wheel-drive woodie
- Multiple award winner, including First in Class at Pebble Beach, 2003
- 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine
- 6-speed manual transmission
- Hurricane cold-air intake
- Dry-sump lubrication
- Kooks Headers
- CORSA Performance exhaust
- Power-steering fluid cooler
- Gearbox oil cooler
- Differential oil cooler
- PFAVT adjustable coil-over dampers
- Front 6-piston brake calipers
- Rear 4-piston brake calipers
- Radially vented and cross-drilled brake rotors
- Head-up display
- 9,294 miles
This is an original car from the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds.” This car was used in the street scenes in the movie, and it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Cinema Vehicle Services signed by Ray Claridge, president of Cinema Vehicle Services.
Also included is a license plate that was on the car in the movie. This Mustang is powered with a 351-ci Ford Motorsport crate engine mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission, and it is equipped with Read More
In April 1967, Dave Conner placed an order for a new Camaro convertible destined for fame as a Super Stock drag racer. Conner’s order included the L78 big block, M21 Muncie 4-speed gearbox, and Posi rear end with 4.10 gears. Finished in Tuxedo Black over gold, the new car cost $3,761.25.
In 1968, Conner’s Camaro appeared at Raceway Park in New Jersey wearing a new “Batcar” livery inspired by the Batman franchise’s distinctive color scheme. In 1970, Conner sold the Read More
- 426 Hemi with 4-speed and Trak Pak
- One of only 284 Hemi 4-speeds built for 1970
- Documented by Mopar expert Galen Govier
- Includes original Chrysler broadcast sheet
- Only 19,850 miles, believed original
Constructed at Chrysler’s Hamtramck, MI, assembly plant with a scheduled production date of October 6, 1969, this ’Cuda left the factory finished in Code EV2 “Tor-Red” Hi-Impact paint. It was ordered for maximum performance with legendary Code E74 dual-carbureted 426 Street Hemi V8 engine breathing through Read More
This 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint is an SCCA Trans-American FIA/GT race car. The 999 VIN and the fiberglass doors, front fenders, hood and trunk lid identify this Falcon as a “63 Prototype” car.
It was driven and built by Shelby team driver Bob Johnson and was sold in 1967 to SCCA driver Jim Harrell, who raced it in the 1968 SCCA A-Sedan races.
The race car was acquired by its fifth, and current, owner in 2016 and recently underwent a Read More
In 1962, only 4,102 Corvair 95 Rampside trucks were built. This truck is registered in the Corvanatics Corvair 95 Registry and is one of only 101 registered. All of the registry paperwork is included. It was completely restored and is in show-quality condition.
As the trim tag indicates, this truck was born Crystal Turquoise, but during the restoration it was painted Woodlawn Green and Cameo White.
Everything on the exterior has been replaced or restored, including all the glass. It’s Read More
The first multi-cylinder Cadillac was their 4-cylinder model introduced in 1905. It was a bit primitive in construction, but Cadillac knew they had to move on from the single-cylinder motors they had become known for. With this new model, Cadillac was able to offer a relatively powerful and good-performing car at an excellent price.
Each successive year after its introduction saw the Cadillac 4-cylinder model gradually upgraded. The engine’s displacement was increased, and the car was more refined throughout.
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- Rotisserie restoration
- 408-ci engine upgrade
- Automatic transmission
- Light blue cloth interior
- Bench seat
- Cragar wheels
- Original front and rear seat included
- Engine upgrade receipts