- Offered from a private collection
- The third of nine factory 330 Lightweights built
- Built with the Aluminum Package option and 426 Max Wedge V8
- Beautifully presented full restoration
Called the “Alumatub,” this hand-crafted Boyd Coddington creation was built on the popular “American Hot Rod” TV series on the Discovery Channel.
It has a hand-formed all-aluminum body by Marcel Delay on a specially constructed Coddington aluminum frame and chassis.
It’s powered by an aluminum 350-ci Chevy engine, with Barry Grant Demon Six-Shooter three-deuce carburetion, a TH350 Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission with a Mooneyes electronic shifter, and it has a Winters quick-change rear end, one-off knockoff wheels and lift-off top. It’s Read More
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.
This all-original, unrestored survivor, 1965 convertible Mustang was purchased new in October 1964. Since then it has remained in the same family and has been garaged since new.
It has 14,633 original, documented miles. Like-new inside and out, it’s in pristine condition and runs like a top.
It has original everything. The convertible top is in excellent condition and original rear plastic window is crystal clear. It’s equipped with the original 289-ci 225-hp Read More
Such was the demand for vehicles in the immediate aftermath of World War II that the 1946 Chryslers — like most other American makes — reappeared looking much the same as they had in 1942. One difference in the model line-up was that the wood-embellished Town & Country model, previously available only as a station wagon, was available either as a sedan or 2-door convertible on both the New Yorker (8-cylinder) and Windsor (6-cylinder) chassis.
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- 327-ci/375-hp L84 V8
- Original numbers-matching engine
- Last year for Rochester fuel injection
- Original Muncie M20 4-speed transmission
- First year for four-wheel disc brakes
- Optional knockoff aluminum wheels
- Presented in Nassau Blue
- Pristine two-tone blue and white interior
- Body-off restoration
- Completely detailed
- NCRS Top Flight Award winner
Manufactured during the abbreviated 1942 model year, this GMC ¾-ton pickup is quite a rare sight. Upon purchasing the vehicle in 2010, the owner commissioned a full restoration of the already clean and solid truck.
The body was brought down to the bare metal and finished to a very high standard. Under the freshly manicured body, the powertrain was subject to an extensive refurbishing, where anything that was Read More
This Olds has been campaigned in vintage racing and does show some signs of track time, but is largely straight and clean. The interior space will only need updated safety equipment to return to competition; however, all components are currently present.
The heart of the car — the Banjo Matthews chassis — is complete, with lots of good racing components ready for their first shakedown and adjustments. While Read More
The Chrysler 300G was the last 300 to wear Virgil Exner’s famous fins. Major differences from the previous year’s model included a new front end with canted quad headlamps and a new rear treatment, which lacked the faux-continental spare of the 300F. The 1961 300G was tested by Road & Track magazine and it went from 0 to 60 mph in 8.4 seconds. Quarter-mile stats were 16.2 seconds at 87 mph.
Without a doubt, this is one of the more Read More
Built on the hit TV show “Monster Garage,” this car was chopped and sectioned by Gene Winfield, Dick Dean and Bill Hines with frame and running gear by Fat Jack.
The interior features a handmade skull in the dash by Norm Grabowski. The dash and headers were done by Jesse James, and the paint is a one-of-a-kind Winfield fade-away job by Gene Winfield. Automatic transmission. From the Tammy Allen Collection.