Equipped with the rare L69 360-hp tri-carb intake system and 4-speed manual transmission. Original, rare color of Autumn Bronze paint code MM. Options include power steering, power brakes, factory AM/FM radio, bucket seats, console, factory tachometer and vacuum gauge.
Very correct restoration with minor upgrades to improve performance and reliability. Engine rebuilt and Read More
This fabulously restored 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible has it all: gorgeous Matador Red paint, full dress inside and out and the rare FJ-code 283/250-hp fuel-injected V8 and Powerglide automatic drivetrain.
With its fender skirts, optional extra rocker and fender-skirt bright trim, dual antennas, driver’s spotlight mirror, spinner wheel covers, wide whitewalls Read More
Built at the Oshawa, Ontario, plant and sold new at Elliott Motors in Belleville, Ontario, this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge is particularly well appointed.
The list of desirable features is headed by the WS-code 400/366-hp Ram Air III engine, here mated to a 4-speed manual and augmented with a sport handling package, power steering and power brakes.
Beautiful rotisserie restoration on an original and very rare split-bumper Z/28. This is a matching-numbers example. Equipped with solid-lifter 350/330-hp LT1 V8 with heavy-duty close-ratio 4-speed transmission and Positraction rear end with 3.73 gears.
Options include power disc brakes, heavy-duty suspension and D80 spoiler package. Beautiful Mulsanne Read More
Chassis number: 114270W362886
- 396-ci 375-hp engine
- Matching numbers
- Wide-ratio Muncie 4-speed
- 3.31 12-bolt Posi rear end
- All dated components in restoration
- Nova Nationals award winner
Chassis number: 446370H273985
This particular Buick GSX has been the recipient of a meticulous, concours-grade, nut-and-bolt restoration and is one of the finest examples available. It has been nationally judged twice and was the recipient of the Concours/Restored Gold award at the Buick GS Nationals. It has spent its recent restored life in a museum and private collection.
It has its original matching-numbers engine, transmission and rear differential, and is finished in the stunning original Code Q-Q color of Saturn Read More
For a short time, the Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 represented the pinnacle of General Motors performance and stood alone as the only vehicle in history to take GM’s top horsepower rating over the Corvette. With a factory-advertised 450 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 500 ft-lbs of torque at 3600 rpm, it was also the highest-output Chevelle ever offered.
Known as the “Pilot Car,” this particular 1970 Chevelle 454-ci Turbo-Jet LS6 is the earliest known and documented of 4,475 RPO LS6 Read More