- Extremely rare and legendary race-bred performer
- Factory M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed car with 4.10:1 Positraction
- Very well equipped with options including chambered exhaust
- Rare Fathom Green over green; legendary L72 427 show-winning restoration completed during 2004
- Verified COPO vehicle by Ed Cunneen of the COPO Connection
- Presented as delivered when new in Olympic Gold over black interior
- Shown at The Quail — A Motorsports Gathering on two occasions
- Desirable Z/28 spec with 4-speed manual transmission
- Iconic muscle car perfect for rallies or Sunday morning drives
This 1968 GTO is the ultra-rare and desirable Ram Air II model from the private collection of Jim Mattison, founder of Pontiac Historical Services (PHS). It is one of only 199 4-speed Ram Air II GTOs built in 1968. This car still retains its born-with engine, transmission and rear-axle components.
The car received a no-excuses, frame-off, three-year restoration and was completed in 2013. The car was completely disassembled and stripped to bare metal by well-known Pontiac restorer Marvin Minarich. The Read More
By specifying COPO Code 9561 (9562 for a Chevelle), dealers could order an L72-equipped 427 Camaro. However, COPO Code 9560 belonged to some really exotic hardware. It provided dealers with a race-ready performance car equipped with the all-aluminum ZL1 427 conservatively rated at 430 hp.
Production #53 is reported to be the only Code 590 Dover White ZL1 equipped with the M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed manual transmission. The car was titled at one time to COPO “guru” Ed Cunneen. It Read More
- Perhaps the finest restored example
- Cadillac-LaSalle Club Senior Award winner
- Loaded with options
Cadillac redesigned its models in 1965 and continued a slow evolution of the new styling in 1967 with reworked contours, which gave the cars an appearance of greater length and muscularity. Underneath, the valve train and engine fan were refined for smoother operation, and a new carburetor was fitted. Body mounts were tuned, with the result being a car that was everything that a Cadillac Read More
This very rare and low-production Special Edition Trans Am has it all. This style Trans Am was immortalized in the “Smokey and the Bandit” movies. This “Bandit” is 100% original and has less than 750 miles on it. This Trans Am is one of the lowest original-miles Special Edition cars in existence. It is documented with all its original books, papers and PHS paperwork.
The 1974 Pontiac Firebird and Trans Am Super Duties were the very last of the high-performance cars from the ’70s. A total of 943 were produced for the 1974 model year. Of that number, only 212 were equipped with the 455 Super Duty and manual transmission, and this is one of them with less than 9,500 actual miles.
This three-owner car has been professionally restored and is in show condition with fresh paint to factory code and all-original sheet metal. Read More
This 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 convertible is a nicely restored example with a 4-speed transmission, power steering and power brakes. Trim tag with series 13867 indicates it is a true factory SS 396.
Clad in Regal Red (paint code R2) over black interior, it is a classic combination that never fails to turn heads. Paint quality is excellent; the car is also nicely detailed underneath and in the engine compartment. Interior appointments include bucket seats and center console.
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- Documented with the Certificate of Authenticity by Nickey Chicago and Don Swiatek as an L88 conversion
- Documented by NICB as delivered new to Nickey Chevrolet on 11/17/73
- Notarized affidavit from the second owner detailing the history of the car
- The last known car converted by Nickey Chevrolet before closing at the end of 1973
- The car scored 999 points at the 2013 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals, receiving a Concours Gold Certification and the award for the Best Chevrolet-Modified Read More
- A one-off GM Design prototype with numerous unique features
- Equipped with the fascinating Raindrop
- automatic top
- Reportedly used by Harley Earl during his
- retirement in Florida
- Documented and well researched
- An important landmark in 1950s GM styling