1961 Chrysler 300G Hard Top

The Chrysler 300G was the last 300 to wear Virgil Exner’s famous fins. Major differences from the previous year’s model included a new front end with canted quad headlamps and a new rear treatment, which lacked the faux-continental spare of the 300F. The 1961 300G was tested by Road & Track magazine and it went from 0 to 60 mph in 8.4 seconds. Quarter-mile stats were 16.2 seconds at 87 mph.

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1954 Chevrolet 210 Custom Hard top

Built on the hit TV show “Monster Garage,” this car was chopped and sectioned by Gene Winfield, Dick Dean and Bill Hines with frame and running gear by Fat Jack.

The interior features a handmade skull in the dash by Norm Grabowski. The dash and headers were done by Jesse James, and the paint is a one-of-a-kind Winfield fade-away job by Gene Winfield. Automatic transmission. From the Tammy Allen Collection.

1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner

  • F-code supercharged Thunderbird 312-ci, 300-hp V8
  • Automatic transmission
  • Continental kit
  • Twin dual-purpose spotlight/mirrors
  • Rare — one of 13 built in 1957
  • Only 1957 F-code Skyliner with power front windows
  • Beautifully restored in factory-correct colors
  • Multiple AACA winner
  • 2011 Best of Show at Skyliners of America National

1973 Chevrolet Corvette Motion Performance Manta Ray GT

  • One of three Motion Performance Corvettes built in 1973
  • Custom bodywork and numerous special Motion Performance features
  • 350-ci engine with 425 dyno-tested horsepower
  • Reworked Turbo 400 transmission
  • Center console, T-tops and letter of authenticity signed by Joel Rosen, aka “Mr. Motion”
  • The only 1973 Motion Performance Corvette Manta Ray GT known to exist

1969 AAR Eagle Mk 5 F5000

When Formula A offered a 5-liter class in 1968, the series took off in the United States as the “American Grand Prix.” The springboard was the adoption of the Chevrolet V8, tuned by Traco to deliver more than 400 horsepower. Dan Gurney instructed All American Racers designer Tony Southgate to modify the 1968 Eagle Indy chassis for the new series.

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1932 Ford Miller Automotive Roadster

This Highboy not only looks the part, it is the part. Built by Miller Automotive, of Chino, CA, it was timed at 142.97 mph at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats on August 21, 1954. Powered by the venerable flathead, with Offenhauser aluminum heads, three 2-barrel Stromberg carburetors, a Harman and Collins magneto and a Halibrand quick-change rear end, it remains in its racing condition.

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