This matching-numbers, two-owner Nova has been garaged since new, is completely rust-free and has just 17,460 original miles. It even has its original vinyl roof. It recently underwent a nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration.
It is powered by its balanced, blueprinted and reassembled 396/350-hp big block V8 engine and 4-speed manual transmission. It is equipped with all the options available when new, and its all-original interior features factory bucket seats, console and gauge package with factory tachometer in the dash.
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Powered by a Hi-Po 289-ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission, this K-code Mustang recently completed a rotisserie restoration. The exterior features factory-correct Caspian Blue paint with white stripes. It’s equipped with a Ford nine-inch rear axle, Special Handling Package, 8,000-rpm tachometer and vinyl bucket seats.
This is not a restored car, but an original. It’s still in its original Dover White, Scottish Heather and Maltese Gray, with only minor touch-ups over the years to keep it in pristine condition.
This is number 268 of the 276 Packard Caribbean convertibles produced in 1956, the eighth-to-last one ever produced. It has its original 374-ci V8 engine with original components and automatic transmission.
Inside, the seats and top have been meticulously duplicated to the original specifications due to Read More
This particular Kellison was purchased new by SCCA Executive Director Don Rodimer. In 2001 the car passed to its current owner. As he wished to use the car in driver events, the car was made fully street legal. Lights, turn signals and a windshield wiper were all installed to meet compliance.
It has since been impeccably maintained and has taken part in the New England 1000, among other events. It has a full SVRA Group 4 logbook and is ready Read More
Ordered from Olympic Oldsmobile in Chicago on October 1, 1969, Mr. Vilinis “Vil” Gaganis optioned this car with the G80 performance axle package, heavy-duty radiator, the M21 close-ratio 4-speed, the W-30 package and Twilight Blue paint over matching vinyl interior.
Gaganis took meticulous care of his Olds, driving it about 75,000 miles in total. In 1998, he sold it to James Voight. During Voight’s tenure, the engine was rebuilt and fitted with hardened valve seats. From there, the car moved Read More