The 1932 Chrysler CH Imperial offered by RM is believed to have been the first car to receive a Bohman & Schwartz body. In many ways, it represents a watershed moment in California coachbuilding. While the car could easily have been built on the longer CL Imperial, choosing the 135-inch-wheelbase CH chassis created a design that was taut and sporting.
Painting the Chrysler’s famous Indianapolis-inspired radiator shell and extending the cowl exaggerated the length of the hood. Further emphasizing this Read More
• 136-ci flathead Ford V8
• Rare Edelbrock speed equipment
• 130 hp
• In/out gearbox
• Live-axle suspension with transverse leaf springs
• Rear-wheel hydraulic drum brake
This Dreyer-Ford was not only a successful racer back in the day, but New Jersey driver John Harris successfully vintage-raced it for decades. It comes equipped with extensive period speed equipment, including twin Stromberg 97 carburetors on an Edelbrock intake manifold and Edelbrock alloy heads.
The Jahar Racing Midget is authentic and Read More
1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS L89
VIN: 124379N593096; sold by Barrett-Jackson
• Undocumented L89 aluminum heads
• This rare Super Sport Camaro is an X66-code, non-trim big block finished in original color combo of Code 71 LeMans Blue exterior with Parchment interior and vinyl top
• Meticulous rebuild of the entire drivetrain; over 500 hours spent on the show-quality body and paint
• All components are date-code-correct
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS L89
VIN: 124379L501175; sold by Gooding & Company
• One Read More
• 447-cid, 520-hp V8 engine
• 4-speed manual transmission
• Fresh restoration by car’s third owner
• Ramcharger lift-off hood with display stands
• Performance upgrades
This 1969 Super Bee was treated to a fresh restoration by its third owners, Jerry and Rickie Lane, along with significant engine upgrades. It has a 447-cid RB block, 10:1 Mopar Performance pistons, Mopar Performance solid-lifter cam and adjustable rockers and 452 heads. Completely rebuilt in 2002, the engine has been dyno-tested at 520 Read More
This classic Black 2000 Hummer H1 is powered by a GM 6.5-liter turbodiesel engine upgraded with a RapTorque engine-boost kit to nearly 295 horsepower for ease of operation in today’s highly demanding freeway-driving conditions. The GM 4-speed automatic transmission features the Torque Trak system to assist in difficult off-road driving conditions. The new Electronic Differential Lock system (E-Lockers) has made it virtually impossible for the current owner to get the vehicle stuck.
A woodie with Full Classic status
This 1948 Chrysler Town and Country shows only 77,630 miles, which is believed to be from new. The interior is finished completely in striking blue leather upholstery, a rare option in 1948 (supposedly only 10% were ordered with the leather option). It is complemented with gray Wilton wool carpeting and is well appointed with a plethora of factory-correct accessories including the dual-cowl-mounted spotlights, dual side-view mirrors, dual amber-colored fog lights, rear-view mirrors, a deluxe Read More
Top Fuel terror
The Blood, Sweat & Nitro Top Fuel dragster is the only surviving original Jim Davis chassis with a full aluminum body by the famous Jack Hagemann. Driver Gary Ritter terrorized the competition with this car at drag strips such as Famoso, Half Moon Bay, Lions, OCIR, Irwindale, Sears Point, Carlsbad and Fresno. Fremont Drag Strip was the car’s home track, and Ritter took home his share of trophies.
While attending the 2005 Hot August Nights event with Read More
Originality vs. eyeball appeal… a never-ending battle
1945 Ford GPW
- Real military Jeep
- Frame-off restoration by noted military Jeep restorer
- Classic, timeless style and looks
- Very capable both off-road and on
You’d be hard-pressed to find a better example than this 1945 Ford military Jeep. Yes, this is a military version and not a civilian converted to military specs. It received a complete frame-off restoration by a renowned specialist of Army Jeeps.
1944 Willys MB
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