- 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
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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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
This Camaro convertible underwent a high-quality body-off restoration completed in October 2017. It is powered by a 396-ci engine and Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. It features a 12-bolt Positraction 3.55-ratio rear end, center console with gauges, tachometer, power top, steering and disc brakes, Delco AM radio, front and rear spoilers and Rally wheels. This Camaro is finished in Matador Red with black convertible top and black striping.
- LS3 402-ci, 300-hp V8
- Documented one-owner car, with original title and Protect-O-Plate
- Factory air conditioning
This rare special-order Heavy Chevy was marketed as a lighter version of the SS and advertised much lower stated horsepower as an insurance beater. Heavy Chevys were factory coded as a base Chevelle and theoretically avoided the SS title, which triggered staggering double-digit insurance premium increases in the early ‘70s.
The factory RPO code YF3 made this a rare Heavy Chevy, a sub-model Read More
If starring as an attraction in Floyd Garrett’s Muscle Car Museum in Sevierville, TN, serves as an endorsement for a vintage machine from that classic era, then this 1965 Pontiac GTO comes highly recommended.
But that’s not the end of this fantastic GTO’s credentials. It has twice won the GTO Association of America’s Concours Award and was chosen as Popular Favorite GTO at the 2015 GTOAA Nationals in Columbus, IN. A YR-code car denoting its 389/360 horsepower V8 and automatic Read More
- Ground-up restoration approximately 10 years ago
- Featured in Chevy Rumble magazine, August 2008
- Original body panels and chassis
- Date-correct L72 427/425 V8 engine
- Muncie M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed transmission
- 12-bolt rear end
- Power brakes
- Rare radio delete
- F70-15 Firestone Redline bias-ply tires
- 400-ci, 366-hp V8 engine
- 4-speed Muncie transmission with Hurst shifter
- Rare hideaway headlamps
- Complete PHS documentation including copy of build sheet and window sticker
- Full body-off restoration
- Judge package
- Many other desirable factory options
- Outstanding condition and presentation throughout
- Part of Davis Collection
- SS 327-ci 350-hp L79
- 4-speed Muncie
- 71k actual miles — fully documented
- Original Protect-O-Plate
- Matching-numbers engine
- 12-bolt Positraction rear axle
- Over $80k spent on rotisserie restoration in 2013
This is a very rare find with a very cool story. This car was parked in a storage lot in California in 1983 and was only recently removed from there.
This Chevelle is a rare special high-performance RPO L78 396 car and one of only 2,144 built. The L78 option was discontinued after the first months of the 1970 model year.