1945 Dodge WC-58 Command Car

While the Army’s light-vehicle needs in World War II were met by Willys and Ford Jeeps, heavier trucks were largely the purview of Dodge. Over the course of the war, some 700,000 vehicles in the VC and WC series, from ½-ton to 1½-tons, were delivered to U.S. forces. Most numerous are the WCs, a nomenclature commonly believed to derive from “Weapons Carrier.” In fact, it was Dodge’s own company designation, dating from 1941 and unchanged for the duration.

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1965 Plymouth Belvedere Coupe

  • Custom California car built by Mopar restorer Bob Munoa
  • From the Denny Guest Collection
  • Custom Hemi altered-wheelbase car
  • 426 Hemi engine built to 528 ci
  • Hilborn fuel injection
  • MSD ignition system
  • Push-button 3-speed automatic transmission
  • A990 lightweight custom bucket seats
  • Full roll cage
  • Trunk-mounted battery
  • Custom graphic design
  • Tinted windows
  • Solid body

1922 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup

  • Credited with starting the T-bucket craze
  • Hot Rod magazine cover in October 1955
  • Featured on TV in “Mr. Kagle and the Baby Sitter” in 1956
  • Paint, crab-claw flames and pinstripes by Dean Jeffries
  • Car Craft cover: April, 1957
  • Starred on the TV show “77 Sunset Strip,” in 1958, and was called “Kookie’s Kar” after show character Gerald “Kookie” Kookson III
  • Sold to Jim “Street” Skonzakes for $3,000 in 1959
  • Later painted Rose Pearl with Candy Red flames by Larry Read More

1978 Pontiac Macho Trans Am

  • 1978 Macho Trans Am #202
  • The last Macho Trans Am modified by DKM in 1978; two 1978 models were converted in 1979
  • The last of nine produced with the HO Racing Specialties turbocharger
  • The only turbocharged Macho Trans Am in black and gold
  • MCACN Day Two Gold award in 2015
  • Featured in September 2016 Hemmings Muscle Machines
  • Correct WC-suffix 400-ci, 325-hp V8 engine
  • 480 ft-lb of torque
  • Borg Warner T10 4-speed manual transmission
  • Hurst Competition Plus shifter
  • 10-bolt rear Read More
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1961 Lincoln Continental convertible

This 1961 convertible was purchased from well-known Continental expert Gordon Jensen of Marco Island, FL, in December 2014. Gorgeous in Sunburst Yellow, it has the interior wood-grain accents characteristic of the early Continental interiors. Contours and paint are all excellent, and exterior brightwork is of very good quality. The instrument panel is in very good condition and the padding shows no cracks. The black leather upholstery is near excellent, with only the driver’s seat showing any wear. Both front and Read More

1969 Chevrolet Corvette 350/300 coupe

This 1969 Corvette is powered by its matching-numbers 350/300-hp 8-cylinder engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. The rest of the drivetrain is matching numbers as well. It comes well optioned with a bright blue interior, T-tops, pop-out rear window and an AM/FM radio. It rides on a set of replacement tires from the mid-’70s and comes with receipts and ownership history.

1960 Edsel Ranger Convertible

Hen’s teeth, needle in a haystack, unobtanium: Any of these aptly describes a 1960 Edsel Ranger convertible, as only 76 were built.

This one is especially interesting, as it was produced on the last day of scheduled production. It is literally one of the very last Edsels built.

Equipped with the 352-ci 300-hp V8 engine, R35 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power windows and power seat, it demonstrates the Edsel idea well: the idea of getting more for Read More

1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

Beautifully restored convertible with brand-new orange paint on laser-straight body panels. Removable hard top. It’s powered by a 350-ci V8 engine and a 3-speed automatic transmission. It’s equipped with power brakes and power steering, dual exhaust system. New chrome bumpers, exceptional glass, trim and brightwork. Rides on six-lug Chevrolet steel Rally wheels, BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A radial tires. All-new interior with black vinyl bucket seats and center console. AM/FM stereo with accessory connectivity.

1958 Pontiac Chieftain USAC race car

  • Pontiac salesman’s demo car from Freeport, IL
  • Two months invested in race preparation
  • Entered in a 150-mile event at the Milwaukee Mile in July 1958, where it qualified fourth-fastest against factory-backed teams
  • Raced at Rockford, IL, 1960–62
  • Retired from competition in 1962
  • Discovered in 2005
  • Restoration completed in July 2012
  • 370/300-hp V8 engine
  • Harmon Collins roller camshaft
  • Venolia pistons
  • Dual point distributor
  • 3-speed manual transmission
  • Aluminum flywheel and clutch
  • 3.90 rear axle
  • Cadillac front drum brakes
  • Front and rear brake Read More
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