1932 Ford Miller Automotive Roadster

This Highboy not only looks the part, it is the part. Built by Miller Automotive, of Chino, CA, it was timed at 142.97 mph at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats on August 21, 1954. Powered by the venerable flathead, with Offenhauser aluminum heads, three 2-barrel Stromberg carburetors, a Harman and Collins magneto and a Halibrand quick-change rear end, it remains in its racing condition.

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1956 Continental Mark II

  • One of the finest Continentals in existence; restored to original specifications
  • Hand-built at the Wixom Continental Division Assembly Plant
  • Award-winning Mike Fennel restoration
  • Offered with order sheet, manuals, restoration records and photos
  • An outstanding example of mid-century American opulence

1952 Muntz Jet convertible

In 1950, Earl Muntz bought Indy car builder Frank Kurtis’s design and all the tooling for a 2-seat sports car and renamed it the Muntz Road Jet.

Muntz stretched the Kurtis “sports car” 13 inches to add room for a back seat. The styling was simple but streamlined. With an unerring eye for exposure, he made sure the Muntz Jets were visible, choosing bright paint hues and flashy Read More

1960 Mercury Colony Park “the Lizard King”

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson
  • 533-ci big-block Ford V8, (estimated) 450 hp, modified for E85 fuel
  • FAST ECU fuel injection, Edelbrock intake manifold
  • Ford C6 3-speed automatic transmission, disc brakes
  • Air Ride Technologies 4-link suspension
  • Built by Boyd Coddington and Hot Rods by Boyd
  • Featured on “American Hot Rod” TV Series

Boyd Coddington teamed up with the SoBe (South Beach) beverage company to design and build the first-ever E85-powered hot rod. The project started out as a rather clean, stock 1960 Mercury woodie Read More

1966 Plymouth Satellite Hemi

Courtesy of Auctions America
  • 426-ci 425-hp Hemi V8 engine
  • Hurst console shift 4-speed manual transmission
  • Frame-off rotisserie restoration in 2013
  • Owner states this car is one of 503 with this engine/transmission combination
  • Two 4-barrel carburetors
  • Dana 60 rear end with 3:55 gears
  • Radio
  • Bucket seats
  • Spinner hubcaps on steel wheels
  • Redline tires

1966 Shelby GT350 “Carry-Over”

Courtesy of Bonhams

This 1966 Shelby GT350’s early life was spent with Worcester, MA, dealer Harr Ford as a racer/demonstrator. In 1967 Francis “Fran” Grayson visited Harr to purchase a new high-performance car and opted for this GT350.

Fran used it extensively both on the road and on the drag strip until parking it in 1976 in a storage building. It only recently re-emerged.

Despite being driven in New England conditions, the Shelby has survived quite well. Some rust has affected the car, Read More

1968 Pontiac GTO Ram Air II

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

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

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