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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This 1970 Camaro Z/28 was purchased new from Dudley Martin Chevrolet in Manassas, VA. This car retains its original interior — door panels, dash and headliner. The car was repainted just over 11 years ago in its original color, Shadow Gray. All the body panels are original to the car, and floor pans still have the original primer. This car is optioned with the LT-1 350/360-hp engine mated to an M22 manual transmission, 4:10 Positraction rear, spoiler package, power steering, Read More
This 1969 Mach 1 Mustang is documented by its Marti Report as one of four produced with these options. It is powered by its matching-numbers 428-ci Cobra Jet engine with correct Holley carburetor, backed by a C6 3-speed automatic transmission, and has resided with the same California owner for the past 15 years.
This highly optioned Mach 1 is equipped with power steering, power disc brakes and factory air conditioning. During its restoration, it was completely disassembled prior to painting Read More
The Fargo Power Wagon is the unique name given to the Power Wagons sold in Canada. They are identical in every way to the U.S. models, except for some unique badging.
This 1964 example underwent a complete frame-off restoration and is powered by a rebuilt 318-ci wide-block engine with poly heads, mated to a 4-speed manual transmission with an NP201 transfer case. It features Warn locking hubs, new 33-inch tires, manual brakes, manual steering and spray-in bed liner.