1980 Jeep CJ-5 Wrangler Renegade

Courtesy of Auctions America

With a striking color combination of brown exterior and tan interior, this 1980 Jeep also has orange Renegade graphics, orange to yellow tones of stripes and period-correct white steel wheels.

The Jeep is reported as running with the “rare” 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder engine that is also known as the “iron duke.” This is paired with a 4-speed manual transmission and has the popular 4×4 drive system.

The CJ5 has received a recent, sympathetic mechanical restoration that is complemented by what Read More

1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

Courtesy of Hollywood Wheels

This factory racer is a time capsule back to the height of the American muscle car revolution. Developed in the AAR (All American Racers) chassis shop of legendary racer/owner Dan Gurney, the car was then transferred to Ray Caldwell’s Autodynamics Racing fabrication shop. There, Autodynamics finished the chassis developmental work and took over final race preparation and race-day team responsibilities. This specific race car was one of only two (#76 and #77) factory-backed Dodge racing Challengers ever produced, and was Read More

1966 Ford Mustang GT convertible

Dan Duckworth, courtesy of Mecum Auctions
  • Triple-black A-code Mustang GT convertible
  • 289/225-hp V8 engine
  • Four-speed transmission
  • Four-barrel carburetor
  • GT exhaust
  • Power convertible top
  • Deluxe Pony interior
  • Rally Pac gauges
  • Woodgrain console and dash
  • Chrome luggage rack
  • Fog lamps
  • AM radio
  • Styled steel wheels
  • Double-red-stripe tires
  • High-gloss paint on straight body
  • Raven Black with black interior and top
  • Red GT stripe

1991 GMC Syclone Pickup

Courtesy of Auctions America

It was born for performance and became the fastest production pickup in America. Hot Rod magazine wrote in October 1990: “With the Syclone, GMC has taken the most significant step of any manufacturer on transforming the pickup into a true sport truck…The Syclone may be the most significant performance vehicle built in the last 20 years.” Others chimed in: “It’s the performance enthusiast’s dream” and “There are no disappointments. It’s safe to say the Syclone is the most revolutionary truck Read More

1974 Stutz Blackhawk Coupe

Courtesy of Auctions America

The Stutz Blackhawk was an American high-end specialty luxury car manufactured from 1971 through 1987. The Stutz Motor Company was revived in August 1968 by New York banker James O’Donnell. He joined forces with retired Chrysler stylist Virgil Exner, who designed the new Blackhawk.

The new Blackhawk was prototyped by Ghia in Italy at a cost of over $300,000. To offer exclusivity and still allow easy servicing in the United States, a custom-built Italian body was added to a GM Read More

1969 Dodge Dart Hemi Custom

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

Upgraded with a Mopar 478-cubic-inch Hemi engine using twin Holley 4-barrel carburetors on a cross ram intake manifold. Tubular headers, MSD ignition and a host of other performance tweaks are included.

The car features Wilwood front disc brakes and rear drum brakes, following the Hemi Dart theme. The Dart’s clean economical lines are nicely finished in PPG Metallic Blue paint. A straightforward approach is taken with a tan interior and multi-point roll cage, tan carpet and ’Cuda bucket seats mated Read More

1982 Chevrolet Corvette Collector Edition

Courtesy of Mecum Auctions
  • One of 6,759 produced
  • 14,515 miles believed to be original
  • Bloomington Gold Certified in 2005
  • Original window sticker
  • Matching-numbers 350-ci, 200-hp engine
  • Automatic transmission
  • Factory air conditioning
  • Tilt/telescopic steering column
  • Power steering
  • Power brakes
  • Power seat
  • Power dock locks
  • Power outside mirrors and antenna
  • Cruise control
  • Bronze-tinted glass T-tops
  • Bose radio
  • Aluminum wheels
  • BF Goodrich raised white-letter tires