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 beautiful 1970 ’Cuda was finished in Jamaica Blue with light blue accents and gold pinstriping. There are no wild graphics, but its quiet demeanor hides the fact that it carries engine code “R,” designating the 426-ci Hemi.
Plymouth built just 652 hard-top Hemi ’Cudas in 1970. This one is unrestored and is perhaps the most preserved of any, with just under 17,000 miles since new.
This ’Cuda’s factory-original Hemi is still intact and features a high-duration hydraulic-lifter cam, 10.28:1 Read More
This Sting Ray coupe was built in the third week of December 1962 and left the factory wearing 916A Daytona Blue paint over an 898A Saddle leather interior.
The car was equipped with the optional L84 360-hp engine package, M20 4-speed manual transmission, P48 knockoff aluminum wheels, A31 power windows and N11 side exhausts. Its first owner was a 16-year-old Florida teen named Sherry Morris, whose father had promised to buy her any car she desired on the condition that Read More
- Fresno Autorama Sweepstakes Award, 2005
- “Top 5 Customs” at Paso Robles, 2005
- “Outstanding Custom,” Grand National Roadster Show, 2006
- George Barris Kustom d’Elegance Award, 2006
- $20,000 prize, Darryl Starbird’s National Rod and Custom Show, 2006
- First Place, “Hand-built Custom,” Detroit Autorama, 2006
For this extensive, four-year project, Gary “Chopit” Fioto started by removing the roof from a ’55 Ford and modifying a 1988 Lincoln Town Car chassis. Cadillac, Chrysler and Lincoln components are mixed, including canted quad headlights. Read More
This single-owner Country Squire Wagon has less than 1,500 miles from when it was purchased new at Titus Will Ford in Tacoma, WA. As per its original sales invoice, it is equipped with a 400-ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Conveniences include deluxe bumpers, electric rear window, air conditioning, color-keyed seat belts, AM radio, light group, tinted glass and a luggage rack.
The owner stated that the “interior is as-new, no marks and absolutely fresh.”
It is astounding to Read More
- 205-hp, 283-ci V8 engine
- 5-speed manual transmission
- Tubular front axle and live rear axle with
- torsion-bar suspension
- Four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes
The Kurtis 500S offered here had an extraordinarily long gestation period. It was shipped to a Darrel Johnson, of Ferndale, MI, in February 1956 and invoiced as a “500M chassis and suspension.” For reasons unknown, it lay unfinished until acquired by Warren Wetterlund of Napa, CA, in 1999.
Wetterlund, a collector and driver of vintage race cars, 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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For sale at auction: 1970 GMC 2500 Sierra Grande long bed with factory air, factory bucket seats, big-block 396, power brakes and power steering. All original.