This 1971 Dodge Charger is believed to have been a one-owner vehicle until purchased by the current owner in 2011.
One of only 332 believed to have been built, this desirable 4-speed car is being sold with a Galen Govier report as well as other related paperwork. It is in excellent overall Read More
This ’63 Galaxie 500 XL is the product of a meticulously finished, show-quality frame-off restoration with an eye toward subdued customization and increased performance. It’s a multiple award and show winner, including Ford Muscle Pick at the Goodguys Northwest Nationals in 2011.
It was delivered from the factory in Rangoon Red over red Read More
This fabulously restored 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible has it all: gorgeous Matador Red paint, full dress inside and out and the rare FJ-code 283/250-hp fuel-injected V8 and Powerglide automatic drivetrain.
With its fender skirts, optional extra rocker and fender-skirt bright trim, dual antennas, driver’s spotlight mirror, spinner wheel covers, wide whitewalls Read More
In its first year of production, the 396/425-hp big-block-equipped 1965 Chevrolet Corvette was at its rarest in coupe form, a fact that today makes this beautiful example a rare find. It has been driven just 2,200 miles since the completion of its restoration in 2002, which included refinishing it in the original color Read More
The continuous history of this 1928 Cadillac V8 Town Sedan has been established since 1932. While the provenance of the “Al Capone” armored Cadillac has never been questioned, its origins were never confirmed beyond reasonable doubt until now.
Thorough documentation begins with the purchase of this 1928 Cadillac by Harry LaBreque in May of 1933 Read More
This 1932 Ford has everything, including an LS1 fuel-injected powerplant backed by a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Suspension parts include a polished aluminum nine-inch Currie rear end, four-link, and coilovers in the rear. Up front is a chrome dropped I-beam axle, chrome Pete & Jake’s split wishbones, chrome shocks, rack-and-pinion steering and So-Cal finned polished aluminum Buick-style covers over power disc brakes.
Inside is a custom leather interior by Ron Mangus, air conditioning and power windows. Other features include a remote Read More
Based on the 1993 concept car of the same name, Plymouth’s Prowler was designed in the style of the all-American hot rod. Combining an advanced aluminum frame and body with a 3.5L/253-hp V6, independent suspension, power steering and 4-wheel power disc brakes gave the Prowler impressive performance and attracted heated competition between prospective buyers.
Driven a mere Read More
This 1962 Lincoln Continental convertible was acquired by William Rodina of Bridgewater, CT, after a full restoration was done on the car. Contours and paint are all excellent, and the exterior brightwork is of very good quality. The odometer indicates slightly fewer than 75,000 miles, which is believed to Read More
Built at the Oshawa, Ontario, plant and sold new at Elliott Motors in Belleville, Ontario, this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge is particularly well appointed.
The list of desirable features is headed by the WS-code 400/366-hp Ram Air III engine, here mated to a 4-speed manual and augmented with a sport handling package, power steering and power brakes.
Sold new at Bill DeFouw Chevrolet in Lafayette, IN, this fully restored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is one of 3,754 produced with the mighty RPO L71 427/435-hp Tri-Power big-block engine.
An optional M21 Muncie 4-speed manual transmission, 4.11 Positraction rear axle and factory side exhaust add even more potency to this milestone mid-year Corvette, which also features Read More