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HERE IS A SAMPLE OF RECENTLY SOLD VEHICLES
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF RECENTLY SOLD VEHICLES
SOLD
1966
CHEVROLET CHEVY II NOVA CUSTOM COUPE
-SOLD- Chevrolet first introduced the Chevy II in 1962 to fill the spot in their lineup for a compact car that would compete with the rival Ford Falcon. The idea was to build a fairly conventional car in a variety of configurations to appeal to as many buyers as possible. Available in a variety of trim levels, the top of the line was the Nova, which would ultimately replace the Chevy II nameplate in the later ’60s. In 1966, Chevrolet unveiled the second generation with a more aggressive style, featuring sharper edges and bolder features. Although the second generation was produced for two years only, the performance-oriented styling has made it a favorite among purists and hot-rodders alike. Having received a complete rotisserie restoration, this Nova has been gone through front to back and features numerous performance upgrades. Under the hood sits a Chevrolet ZZ4 crate engine complete with a polished billet serpentine belt system with accessories like air conditioning and power steering. The front suspension has been upgraded with TCI components and utilizes a rack & pinion steering setup for improved handling. The rear features wheel wells with mini tubs housing a narrowed 10-bolt rear end. A set of 4-wheel SSBC disc brakes powered by a hydro-booster helps bring the Billet Specialties wheels to a stop. The interior utilizes custom black bucket seats, complete with a tilt steering column and Billet Specialties steering wheel, as well as a Lokar shifter and custom dash. A cowl-induction-style hood was added, along with a set of billet hinges for it and the trunk. A turnkey example, this exceptionally clean Nova has been dialed in and is ready for cruises and car shows.
SOLD
2016
PORSCHE 911 GT-3 RS
-SOLD- Introduced initially to compete in racing series like the American Le Mans and Porsche Carrera Cup, the GT3 RS was built to be one of the most track focused version of the 911 ever. Since the initial debut in 2003, each generation has seen leaps in performance and technology to push the boundaries of speed, and the 991 generation is no different. Packing a 4.0-liter flat-6 engine putting out 500hp and backed by a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, the car rockets from 0-60 mph in a mere 2.9 seconds. But straight-line acceleration is only part of the formula. Carbon fiber and magnesium are used generously for weight savings, it rides on lightweight single hub wheels with performance tires, and it utilizes state-of-the-art aerodynamic components to maximize handling. Covering only 3,400 miles from new, this GT3 RS is finished in white with the desirable black and silver leather and Alcantara interior. Sold new in New Orleans, it came equipped with a healthy list of options from the factory, including ceramic composite brakes, front-axle lift system and the Porsche Dynamic Light system. The interior features the sound package along with the Sport Chrono package, leather steering wheel ring and gear lever, white-faced gauges and a fire extinguisher. Despite the low miles, the car has been meticulously maintained, with the most recent service in January 2018, per the clean CARFAX. As one of the fastest road-going 911s available today, this well-kept GT3 RS is ready for street or track.
SOLD
1997
LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90
The Land Rover has been an icon of the British automotive industry since its introduction after WWII. With utilitarian roots, the vehicles have been put through the paces in everything from working on the farm to transporting troops in battle. Keeping that same spirit in mind, Land Rover created the Defender to continue the company’s legacy but with a more mass-market appeal. Available in 2- and 4-door versions, they were called either a “90” or a “110” in reference to the wheelbase, and were built in both right-hand and left-hand drive configurations to sell worldwide. The first Defenders were sold new in North America starting in 1993, with several modifications to meet stricter safety and emissions regulations. Initially only the 4-door 110 model was offered, but the strategy changed the next year, with only the 2-door 90 model as the only option until 1997, which was the final year the Defender was available new in North America. This particular 1997 Defender has covered under 46,550 miles from new, and is in excellent original and unrestored condition. It has been well-maintained throughout its life, with the most recent servicing including new springs, wheels and tires. The truck currently sports a set of 18 inch wheels wrapped in BFG tires, with matching spare mounted on the rear door. The original set of 5-spoke wheels are included with the truck as well. Under the hood is the factory 4.0-liter V8 engine, available only in the 1997 model, backed by an automatic transmission. The interior features all-original upholstery, with the factory inward-facing rear seats that fold to the side when not in use. This Defender is an excellent example of a British classic that is quickly increasing in popularity among multiple segments of automotive enthusiasts. As well-maintained, original Defenders are becoming scarcer, their rise in popularity is sure to continue.
SOLD
1971
OLDSMOBILE 442 W-30
-SOLD- By 1971, the muscle-car era was coming to an end, and most manufacturers were franticly shifting their focus to meet emissions and fuel economy standards. When Oldsmobile continued the performance-oriented 442 model into '71, it would be the last year as a stand-alone model, as the following year it became just an option package for the Cutlass. Although all power was down across the board for all GM brands, the W-30 package was still available, making 350hp from a 455ci V8. The W-30 cars were very similar in terms of features and appearance to the 1970 models, sporting fiberglass hoods with scoops, performance upgrades on the engine, a wing on the rear decklid and the iconic red front fender wells. In total, just 920 cars left the factory in 1971 with the W-30 option, making them one of the lowest production years of that option package. This particular 442 W-30 coupe is one of the 920 that left the factory in 1971, finished in its original color combination of black with black interior. It is the recipient of a frame-off, no-expense-spared restoration to the highest standards. Featuring its matching-numbers 455ci engine, it retains all the correct W-30 components and is backed by the original 4-speed manual transmission. Helping put the power to the ground is a 3.73 posi-traction rear end. The like-new interior is well-optioned, with a console surrounding the floor-mounted shifter, a sport steering wheel, power trunk release and the Rally Pack gauges. The car comes with a stack of restoration receipts as well as a partial Build Sheet authenticating it to be a true W-30. This 442 is an exceptionally high-level restoration on a rare car in one of the most desirable color combos, making it a must-have for any serious muscle-car collection.
SOLD
1989
ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SPIRIT SEDAN
Needing a major update from previous generations, Rolls-Royce introduced the SZ platform in 1980 to serve as the new base for all its cars. An angular, more contemporary style was utilized, equipped with elements like square headlights (as opposed to the traditional round ones) and smoother, less “swoopy” lines, giving the car a stately look for the time. However, the iconic vertical grille was left alone, featured front and center and adorned by the statuesque Spirit of Ecstasy emblem. The platform was utilized for several models across the Rolls-Royce and Bentley platforms, including the Silver Spirit/Spur, Silver Dawn, Park Ward limousine, Mulsanne, Turbo R and many others. The Silver Spirit featured a 6.75-liter V8 with Bosch fuel injection good for a smooth 220 horsepower. The cars achieved the smoothest possible ride thanks to a self-leveling hydraulic suspension from Citroen and were equipped with comforts like 4-wheel power disc brakes, air conditioning, power windows and seats, all standard. Having covered just over 23,000 miles from new, this 1989 Silver Spirit is a stunning example of a classic Rolls-Royce. Purchased new in Beverly Hills, CA, the car first was owned by the Hearst family, founders of the famed mass-media conglomerate by the same name. Retained by the family until a few years ago, the car has been incredibly well-kept and cared for its entire life. The interior features the original white Corinthian leather seats with burgundy piping, complemented by a burgundy carpet with the original wool floor mats. A combination of wood trim work is used throughout the interior and shines like new. The car runs and drives beautifully like a classic Rolls should, and everything from the air conditioning to the power seats and windows works. A modern stereo has been hidden in the dash compartment with Bluetooth capabilities for entertainment. As a low-mileage, well-cared-for example, this particular 1989 Silver Spirit is ready for its next owner to be driven in comfort and class.
SOLD
1997
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS
After a 24-year hiatus, Chevrolet officially brought back the “SS” moniker for the Camaro in the midst of the production run for the fourth generation. Starting with a standard Z28 powered by the 5.7-liter LT1 engine, a functioning hood scoop was added along with a high-flow air intake, the sway bars were upgraded to larger units and special aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Comp T/A tires were used to increase performance. To help with production, Chevrolet contracted Street Legal Performance, better known as SLP, to modify the stock Z28s into full-blown SS cars. With the goal of taking down the Mustang in both GT and Cobra variants, SLP offered additional performance upgrades, like high-flow exhaust systems and Hurst shifters, that could be purchased and installed before taking delivery from the selling dealer. This particular 1997 Camaro is one of 3,038 SS models produced, of which only 734 were black. It features the standard SS LT1 engine, but has numerous optional upgrades, including performance exhaust, Hurst performance shifter, oil cooler package and more. The engine is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, sending power to the optional Torsen Torque-Sensing limited-slip rear differential. From new, the car has covered just 20,880 miles, supported by a clean CARFAX, and is still in like-new condition. It comes with loads of documentation, like the original Window Sticker and sales addendum, owner’s manuals, warranty info, courtesy key, a second set of keys and a wheel lock key. With low miles, excellent documentation and a list of performance upgrades, this Camaro SS is a great candidate for any Camaro collector
SOLD
1972
FORD F-100 EXPLORER PICKUP
-SOLD- By the final year of the fifth generation of Fords F-Series trucks, a variety of options and trim levels were available to fit the needs of almost any buyer. Among those were the Ranger, Ranger XLT, Sport and Sport Custom, but there was a lesser-known package that allowed buyers to get almost every high-end option but at a lower price: The Explorer Special. Available in four different trim levels dubbed A, B, C and D, it featured options like polished spear moldings, added exterior trim around the drip rails, power steering & brakes, swing-lock mirrors, automatic transmission and even air conditioning. The Explorer package also featured unique interior and exterior color combinations not available with other trims. This particular 1972 F-100 features the D-level package, which consists of every single option available in the Explorer trim. Finished in Wind Blue, it has a matching blue interior with bench seat. It’s powered by its original 360ci V8 with a Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission. For driving comfort, it came factory-equipped with power steering and brakes, as well as air conditioning. The exterior has all the trim options, complete with the side spear moldings, bright windshield trim and drip rails, swing-lock mirrors and chrome bumpers. As a largely original example, the truck comes documented with a framed Elite Marti Report, original Ford warranty card, and numerous brochures and sales literature from 1972. Although Ford made over 390,000 F-100s in 1972, only a handful came equipped with the Explorer package – and even fewer retain all the original components and options today. With exceptional documentation and a high level of originality, F-100s like this are a rare find.
SOLD
1989
DODGE DAKOTA SHELBY PICKUP
-SOLD- 20 years after the last Shelby-powered Mustang rolled off the line in 1969, Carroll Shelby and his company finally made his return to V8-powered vehicles, except this time it was a little different. After establishing the partnership with Chrysler in the mid-1980s for the Shelby GLHS, Carol set his sights on a pickup, the Dodge Dakota. Dodge shipped stripped-down trucks to Shelby’s SoCal shop, where the truck’s 3.9-liter V6 was swapped out for a 5.2-liter V8 good for 175hp. All trucks came with a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a 3.90 limited-slip rear end. Shelby upped the performance look with 15” alloy wheels, a front air dam, fender flares and a bed-mounted light bar extension. For the interior, a sport 3-spoke steering wheel was added, along with Shelby-patterned dark gray cloth seat inserts. The end result was one of the best performance pickups at the time, until dethroned years later by competitors the GMC Syclone and Ford F-150 Lightning. This particular Shelby Dakota is the very first one produced of the 1,475, Serial #1. It was initially sold to a retail customer, then later purchased back by Carroll Shelby for use as a personal vehicle and shop truck for Shelby American. After several years in service, it was placed in the Shelby Museum collection, where it remained until 2016. Today the truck is presented in its highly original condition as used by Shelby. It retains the original white paint with black graphics and two-tone maroon and gray interior. The truck comes documented with numerous copies of registrations and insurances cards tying it to Shelby American, and even comes with a speeding ticket issued to Donald Rager, COO of Shelby American, from Arizona Department of Public Safety in 1996. With provenance from one of the most recognizable names in American automotive performance, this Shelby Dakota is a great piece for any Shelby enthusiast.
SOLD
1970
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CUSTOM COUPE
The Resto-Mod trend continues to gain steam in the collector car world, with buyers embracing the concept of melding classic looks with modern performance. Upgraded suspensions, disc-brake conversions, custom wheels and engine swaps are all popular upgrades to improve performance, reliability and even comfort. However, a balance between old and new is a crucial to a great Resto-Mod, which is exemplified by this 1970 Chevelle. The exterior is finished in a deep red with white SS-style stripes. To complete the Super Sport look, 454 SS badging has been added to the side and an SS grille was installed. A raised cowl-induction-style hood with hood pins was installed to finish things off. Under the hood is a 454ci big-block V8, boasting numerous performance upgrades like a FITech electronic fuel-injection throttle body, MSD ignition, HYD roller cam and Edelbrock aluminum heads. Backing up the engine is a 5-speed manual transmission, putting the power to a 12-bolt rear. The suspension has been upgraded with QA1 coilovers all around and tubular A-arms in the front. Hotchkis sway bars and rear link bars were added as well. It rides on staggered-fit Bonspeed two-piece billet wheels, and power Wilwood disc brakes bring them to a stop, with 6-piston calipers in the front and 4-pistion in the rear. The interior has been restored with stock-style seats, door panels, headliner and center console. Upgrades like a modern stereo, Hurst shifter, billet steering wheel and Auto Meter gauges add just the right finishing touches. With the right blend of old and new, this 1970 Chevelle is the perfect example of classic style and modern performance.
SOLD
1993
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 40TH ANNIVERSARY CONVERTIBLE
-SOLD- 1993 marked the 40th anniversary of Chevrolet introducing the Corvette, and they wanted to celebrate it. The automaker decided that of the 22,058 Corvettes made that year, 6,749 would be built with a special "40th Anniversary" package that featured unique Ruby Red paint with a matching red leather interior. Under the hood, most cars came equipped with a 5.7-liter LT1 V8 engine and a 700R4 automatic transmission as standard, with a 6-speed manual as an option. The option code for the 40th Anniversary edition was Z25, and it cost an additional $1,455. Included with the special paint and interior were 40th anniversary badges inside and out. Amenities like air conditioning, power windows and locks were standard, with a variety of options available. This particular example is a true time capsule, with just under 5,000 miles on the odometer from new in 1993. The car is 100% original and unrestored, having been cared for exceptionally well through its life, with only consumables like fluids and tires being changed. The special Ruby Red paint still has the showroom shine without excessive chipping or wear. The red leather seats are still soft with no signs of wear or cracking, even on the side bolsters. Mechanically the car runs very strong and shifts smoothly through the gears of the 6-speed manual transmission. Everything, from the air conditioning to the power windows and seats, works, and it retains the original factory Dolby stereo as well. The factory red cloth convertible top is in fantastic shape with no rips, and the rear window is clear with no yellowing or cracking. As a low-mileage example of a special edition, this Corvette is a great piece for any collector or enthusiast.
SOLD
1970
OLDSMOBILE 442 CONVERTIBLE
-SOLD- Wanting to compete with brand rival Pontiac and their newly introduced GTO, in 1964 Oldsmobile introduced the 442 option for the Cutlass. The name was derived from the car being equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor, 4-speed transmission and dual exhaust. Although in later years the car would be offered with an automatic transmission option, it retained its status as the top-of-the-line performance model. As the muscle car wars began to heat up, Oldsmobile made the 442 a stand-alone model instead of just an option package to focus on increasing the performance of the car even more. By 1970, they had reached the pinnacle, offering a standard 455 V8 engine rated at 365hp with a host of go-fast options available. This particular 442 is a three-owner car; the most recent owner acquiring it in 1975. The car was cherished by the family and eventually retired from daily driving duties. At that point, a complete nut-and-bolt restoration was commissioned to restore the car to exact factory specifications. It was refinished in the original shade of Astro Blue Metallic, a correct blue convertible top was installed and matching blue interior complete with bucket seats was reupholstered. During the restoration process, the body was taken off the frame and down to bare metal, the original matching-numbers engine and transmission were rebuilt, and every detail was addressed. Once the highest-quality restoration was completed, it won First Place at the 2011 Oldsmobile Club of America Nationals and took Best in Class at the 2012 Oldsmobile Club Pacific Regionals. From the factory, the car came well-equipped with options like air conditioning, performance 3:23 posi-traction axle, power disc brakes, automatic transmission, deluxe steering wheel and more, all documented on two original Build Sheets. Additionally, the car comes with a binder of restoration photos, receipts, original Protect-O-Plate and various other paperwork from the long-term ownership. Backed up by an incredible amount of documentation, this unique triple-blue convertible is an excellent example of the peak of Oldsmobile muscle.
SOLD
1965
SHELBY GT350R
From its inaugural season in 1957, the B Production class of the SCCA had been dominated by Chevrolet and drivers like Dick Thompson and Don Yenko - that is, until 1965, when Jerry Titus and Carroll Shelby teamed up. To beat the competition, Shelby modified the street version of his GT350 with a host of performance upgrades and lightweight parts to make a special "race" model. These race versions were distinguished by an "R" in the CSM number rather than an "S" that was seen on the standard street cars; thus the GT350R was born. The formula resulted in Chevrolet being dethroned by Jerry Titus piloting a GT305R to the championship. After a successful season capturing the B Production Championship, Shelby felt Ford wasn't doing enough to celebrate the achievement and took matters into his own hands. He loaded up a 289 Cobra, a 427 Cobra, a GT350 street car, a GT40, a Cobra Daytona and this GT350R with SFM #5R213. Dubbed the "Cobra Caravan," the cars went on a 12-city tour to promote the racing success of the Shelby cars. After the tour was over in 1966, 5R213 was sent, along with four other R models, to a group of wealthy businessmen in Peru, who wanted to form a spec racing series of their own. The car was campaigned in numerous Alpine-style races, including a Sixth Place finish in the inaugural running of the Caminos Del Inca in 1966. In 1984, three of the cars were bought back to the U.S. by Richard Cohen and Gary Nufer. They essentially had to be smuggled aboard a Peruvian military plane into Miami to avoid being seized or cut up by the DEA, but, once stateside, all three cars found new owners. In 1998, 5R213 was purchased by Jay Bentley, who commissioned it to be restored and prepped for vintage racing; however, he sold it before completion to Corey Lawson. Lawson then went on to have it restored to concours specifications, with the intent to show it in 2004. It changed hands again before the current owner acquired it and commissioned John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations to restore it to the highest possible standards in 2017. Once complete, the car took Gold at the SAAC-42 Concours and the 2017 Shelby Mid America Meet, as well as MCA Gold at the Grand Nationals the same year, making it an elusive "Triple Crown" winner in the Shelby world. With only 20 or so known to exist of the original 36 R models made, these are some of the most prized cars among Shelby collectors. Additionally, being featured in the Cobra Caravan makes this one of just four R models with Shelby factory history. With the combination of a Triple Crown concours winner and extensive history and significance, 5R213 is the definition of a blue-chip collector car.
SOLD
1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z/28 RS
For the 1967 model year, Chevrolet threw Camaro's hat in the ring to join the "pony car club," bringing its own curvy style in coupe and convertible bodies, and offering a plethora of cosmetic, comfort and performance options. The most popular combination was a base coupe with a 327ci small-block V8 and a 2-speed Powerglide transmission. However, options of more muscular engines established Camaro's street credibility. The SS package debuted a 350ci small block, and the 396ci big blocks were available with up to 375hp. A regular-production option known as RPO Z/28, the Special Performance Package, included an exclusive 302/290hp high-compression engine and handling upgrades that made the Camaro eligible for the SCCA Trans Am Racing Series - and in its first year of racing, the reputation of winning 10 out of the 13 races made it all the more popular. The SS and Z/28 could be combined with the popular Rally Sport package - essentially hidden headlights, different taillights and an upgraded interior. Ultimately, the Camaro Z/28 was one of the most potent small-block production muscle cars ever made. Originally painted in Rallye Green, this example now sports a beautiful combination of Ermine White with black interior. What makes this matching-numbers Camaro Z/28 RS very special is its highly optioned features, including SCCA Trans Am-style front spoiler (which is supported by correct brace bars), front and rear bumper guards, vinyl roof, J52 4-piston power front disc brakes, RS exclusive taillights and black/chrome Rally sport fuel cap, reverse lights, special quick ratio steering, Tic-Toc-Tach, center console, wood-grain steering wheel, and right-hand outside mirror. Inside are all-vinyl seats with a luxury fabric option, molded vinyl door panels with built-in armrests and carpeted lower door panels. Engine codes from the Flint, Michigan, engine plant, intake manifold casting numbers, detail-correct GM hoses and tower clamps, correct Muncie M21 manual transmission casting codes (factory warranty replacement), 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears and Cowl Tag information from Norwood, Ohio, all add up to a real-deal 1968 Camaro Z/28 RS with a matching-numbers drivetrain.
SOLD
2006
BMW M3 CONVERTIBLE
Often referred to as an “E46” by enthusiasts, the BMW 3 series of this generation was first introduced in 2000 and ran all the way to 2006. Although the E46 name encompasses all variations of the 3 series, the most popular and desirable is the top-of-the-line M3. Powered by a 3.2-liter inline-6 engine with 333hp, buyers had the option of two transmissions: an electronically controlled sequential manual gearbox (SMG for short), and a true 6-speed manual for those who wanted to more pure sports car feel. By the end of the production run, the E46 M3 had racked up award after award from the automotive press, and was the benchmark of performance for sport coupes and convertibles. This 2006 convertible model is an excellent example of what made the E46 so popular. Finished in Titanium Silver Metallic, it sports all of the original paintwork, equipped with the optional 19” wheels and has a clean vehicle history. The inside is trimmed in gray leather and features a Harmon Kardon stereo. With the popularity of these cars from new, many of them have changed hands multiple times and racked up high miles in the process, making this car incredibly unique with just three owners and 21,100 miles from new. Additionally, it has the highly desirable 6-speed Getrag manual transmission instead of the SMG unit. It comes with multiple keys and a custom-fit car cover to help keep it in showroom condition. As time goes on, the E46 is rising in popularity and getting harder to find in such original condition. With a convertible top, low miles, a known history and a true manual transmission examples like this are far and few between.
SOLD
1963
BRYANT'S 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
As the world of custom cars and professional sports often overlap, many professional athletes want a car that mirrors their performance or style. One of the best examples of that is this custom 1963 Impala convertible made for basketball legend Kobe Bryant. As one of the all-time great players in the NBA, known for his tenacity and drive, the Impala needed to be molded in the same way. The build was originally commissioned by his wife, Vanessa, as a Christmas gift, who sent it to the crew at West Coast Customs to start the transformation. They began by media-blasting the body down to bare metal, making sure the fitment was tight and body lines smooth. Then a custom House of Kolor blend of purple and royal blue was applied, giving the car a similar hue to the purple Bryant donned as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. All the chrome and trim was rechromed and polished, as well as new glass installed all the way around. To finish off the look of the exterior, a matching purple convertible top was installed. For the interior, everything was reupholstered in white leather and accented with royal blue carpet and seat piping. The door panels were stitched with a custom pattern, featuring genuine Swarovski crystals. A top-of-the-line stereo was installed, featuring a Sony amplifier, trunk-mounted subwoofers and multiple interior speakers. For the engine, a 327 small block Chevy was built with Edelbrock performance upgrades and a brand-new exhaust. The front brakes were converted to power discs to help with drivability. What really sets the car apart, however, is the suspension. Equipped with 2 Pro Hopper pumps, three Adel dumps, front 6” cylinders and 12” rear cylinders, the car will raise and lower with the flick of one of four switches. Powered by eight recently replaced batteries, the hydraulic suspension also features rear coilovers and molded front upper A-arms for a smoother ride. Capping off this classic style lowrider is an essential set of 13” 100-spoke Daytona wire wheels painted to match the body. Once the car was complete, it was featured in the November 2007 issue of Lowrider magazine and remained in Bryant’s personal collection for several years. Built with a level of detail and quality befitting of a five-time NBA Champion, this 1963 Impala is a great collection piece for car and sports enthusiasts alike.
SOLD
1966
CHEVROLET K10 4X4 PICKUP
-SOLD- Following the success of the “Task Force” generation of trucks, Chevrolet introduced a new design for the next decade in 1960. The new line featured more simplistic styling as well as a new naming scheme. All trucks would begin with either a “C” for 2-wheel drive or “K” to denote 4-wheel drive and end with a 10, 20 or 30 depending on 1/2-, 3/4- or 1-ton rating. The recipe was a success, with Chevrolet setting new sales records from 1964 through the end of the production run in 1966. Over 25 different configurations were offered – such as bed length, drive, bed style and other options – so buyers could get something that suited their exact needs. This particular 1966 K10 was built from the factory as a 4-wheel-drive, fleetside short-bed pickup, and was one of only 678 produced in that configuration that year. It has undergone a full nut-and bolt restoration to factory spec with several drivability upgrades, including power steering and brakes. The attention to detail is exemplary, right down to the engine bay and underneath the truck; every piece has been painted or powder-coated in this high-level restoration. That impeccable engine bay houses a 327 V8 backed by an automatic transmission, with a Rockwell T221 divorced transfer case putting power to the 4-wheel-drive system. The exterior has been repainted in a factory two-tone combination of light green with white, complemented by a refinished wood bed with a high-gloss shine. Rounding out the rugged 4x4 look are a set of 15” period Rally wheels with all-terrain tires. The Fawn Beige interior has been restored to like-new condition with several upgrades for comfort, like a sliding rear window, tilt steering column and a retro-look modern stereo. The fact that so few in this configuration were produced, combined with the incredible detail of restoration, makes this K10 one of the best examples of a classic 4x4 available.
SOLD
1968
PONTIAC GTO CONVERTIBLE
-SOLD- The entire Pontiac model lineup was completely redesigned for 1968, with the image-leading GTO awarded Motor Trend's prestigious Car of the Year award. Now riding on a shorter 112-inch wheelbase length, the 1968 GTO introduced Coke-bottle inspired "fuselage" styling sporting a long hood/short deck stylistic treatment. Frontal styling was bolder than ever before, with optional concealed headlights and a tough body-colored Endura bumper, which was hit but left undamaged by John Delorean's sledgehammer in a famous TV ad. The basic GTO engine for 1968 was a 400 V8 with 350 horsepower. Buyers could also specify the Ram Air I 400 V8 with 360-rated horsepower, which was quickly succeeded after March 1968 by the Ram Air II with a 366-horsepower rating and upgrades that included forged pistons, lightweight valves and free-breathing cylinder heads with round exhaust ports. Ram Air-equipped GTOs received a dealer-installed fresh-air induction kit with functional hood scoops as well. Finished in Mayfair Maize with black interior and convertible top, this full matching-numbers driveline example has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration with 100% of its original sheet metal, including floorboards and trunk pan. The same owner for 30 years enjoyed this a highly optioned car with its 400ci, 4-barrel V8 with Ram Air heads, Hurst Dual Gate "His and Hers" shifter, Safe-T-Track differential, power front disc brakes, power steering, power top, upgraded interior lighting package, AM/FM stereo, tilt steering column, sport steering wheel, remote trunk release and the original Rallye wheels riding on red line tires. This rare GTO is in exceptional condition and represents the height of Pontiac performance and image for 1968.
SOLD
2014
DODGE CHALLENGER R/T SHAKER
When Dodge revived the Challenger in 2008, the retro inspiration was obvious. Bold sculpted lines formed a muscular and aggressive look, and under the hood was the classic muscle car formula of a big V8 and rear-wheel drive. When the 2014 model year launched, buyers had the option to take the nostalgic inspiration to the next level with the limited edition R/T Shaker model. Available in the R/T variant with the 5.7-liter HEMI, the hood featured a large cutout with the iconic Shaker air scoop bulging through as a nod to the iconic design feature of '70 and '71 Challengers. Powered by a 375hp 5.7-liter V8, buyers had a choice of an automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. The interior featured high-performance leather-wrapped front seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a 6.5-inch Uconnect touchscreen entertainment system. A performance tubed suspension was added, along with polished-face 5-spoke aluminum wheels. Dodge built just 1,000 examples with the iconic Shaker package, making them hard to come by. This particular example is finished in white, with a black interior featuring orange contrast stitching. It's equipped with an automatic transmission, touchless entry and push-button start. Having covered just 11,200 miles from new, it is a showroom-pristine example of a limited-production muscle car. With the popularity of the Challenger since it was reintroduced, as well as being one of only 1,000 and with incredibly low mileage, this is sure to be a favorite among collectors.
SOLD
1965
FORD MUSTANG
The history and significance of the 1965 Ford Mustang is shared and explained in many ways. The fact that it is still in production 50-some years later in the 21st century, with more than 9 million built to date, alone might justify its very compelling significance. Lee Iacocca's brainchild, with the help of many remarkable designers, was a brilliant combination of aiming for a car would cost $2,500, weigh 2,500 pounds and could carry four people - all based around a strong yet lightweight unibody with multiple bracing, minimal brightwork and a European-style recessed sporty grille. The early Mustangs (affectionately referred to as 1964-1/2s) rolled off the assembly line in March 1964 in Dearborn, Michigan, while the car's national debut was a month later at the New York World's Fair. As an early production car - number 1,062 of 121,538 Mustangs in that first year - out of the San Jose assembly plant, this 1964-1/2 example was sold new in Southern California, where it has remained for the last 54 years, meticulously maintained. It retains all of its original parts, including the 289ci D-code engine (with identification tag), 4-barrel carburetor, oil feed distributor, generator, 4-speed manual transmission and drivetrain showing just 53,210 miles on the odometer. Factory-ordered in Raven Black, it has been repainted once with clear coat for longevity and protection. The interior, also ordered in black, retains its original Rally Pack, Bakelite shift knob, seatbelts, steering wheel, radio and gauges. Other details include dual exhaust, factory-installed chrome-styled wheels with new tires, spare tire and jack. This 1964-1/2 Mustang is a true time capsule representing the creation, history and evidence of the Ford Mustang from its conception. The documentation of date codes and casting numbers are in a binder for the new owner.
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2017
FORD SHELBY GT350R
-SOLD- The Ford Shelby GT350 musters up memories of ready-built race cars and road-racing glory. Nostalgia is sweet, but the pony-car performance war - now five decades old - is vicious and shows no signs of abating. Ford's response was the raucous Shelby GT350R - the screaming track-tuned naturally aspirated flat-plane-crank V8 (code-named Voodoo) that revs to 8200 rpm and channels its 526 horses through a gratifying 6-speed manual gearbox. The GT350R exterior is optimized for extra performance. To start with, the vehicle has received a redesigned front splitter as well as a huge carbon-fiber rear wing, which help improve and enhance the balance between down-force and lift. Adding more aggressive chassis tuning and riding on 19-inch carbon-fiber wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, you'll notice on the sides its red brake calipers, which come in handy when bringing the monster to a halt. On the inside, the vehicle features leather-wrapped racing seats that feature a red contrast stitching. The steering wheel is wrapped in leather and features red stripes. Red trim is also featured on the vehicle's badging and stripes due to the colors racing appeal. Showing only 400 miles on the odometer, chassis HR429 is specifically developed for the tracks but still street-legal, offering a rare opportunity to own an investment-grade, track-ready machine in a striking "one-year-only" exterior color of Grabber Blue. A sport-themed black interior complements the car and offers most every option possible from the factory, including the electronics package, black racing stripes, black wheels, car cover and includes the customer appreciation gift. With a reported 835 total "R Models" built in the 2017 model year, only 28 were Grabber Blue, and only 8 of those had the black stripes. Ultimately, a rare and complete showstopper making no compromise for your day-to-day life on the track or on the road.
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1957
FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE
The Ford Thunderbird began life in 1953 and debuted in 1954 as Ford's sleek two-seater in response to the Chevrolet Corvette. Unveiled to the public at the Detroit Auto Show, it was embraced by the public and was immediately and warmly received. Production began in September 1954 as 1955 model. Sporty, trimly proportioned and all-steel construction, the Thunderbird was powered by a 292ci V8 engine and equipped with a removable hardtop, as well as plenty of standard and optional features and amenities. With 16,155 examples sold during its inaugural model year, it was clear Ford had a successful entry into the American sports car market. Redesigned for 1957, the final two-seater Thunderbirds are considered by many collectors and enthusiasts today as the most beautiful of all produced. The front bumper was smoothed out and dropped down in the center, the trunk extended to accommodate the spare wheel repositioned inside the car, and a pair of neat canted tailfins flowed back along the rear fenders to the large, rounded taillights. Smaller-diameter 14-inch wheels lowered the car for a sportier stance, and several high-performance engines were offered, up to a 285hp racing special. The 312ci V8 became the Thunderbird's standard engine, and now produced 245hp. Sales rose briskly to 21,380 for 1957, but it would in fact be the final model year for the two-seater Thunderbird. Sleek and sporty, this beautiful 1957 Thunderbird presents itself remarkably, as it has been garaged, stored and covered since its older restoration. Equipped with power steering, power brakes and power windows, it is powered by the 312ci V8 with a four-barrel carburetor and "Ford-O-Matic" transmission. Now ready for an enjoyable and comfortable driving experience with wire wheels, CD, AM/FM radio, two tops (red port-a-window hardtop and a white soft-top). With only 500 miles since Amos Minter's recondition of paint, interior, carpet, trunk liner, chrome and windows, this example will make for an enjoyable driving experience, standing out as one of the most iconic convertibles ever produced.
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1969
CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP
-SOLD- When Chevrolet introduced the second generation of the C10, buyers had an option of three trim levels; Standard as the base, Custom for the mid-level and Custom Sport Truck (CST for short) as the top of the line. The standard offered a no-frills, get-the-job-done truck for those who simply needed utility and nothing more, but for buyers that wanted more luxury and style, the CST was the way to go. The exterior was enhanced with multiple body side moldings to break up the optional two-tone paint as well as a simulated wood-grain stripe running the length of the truck and across the tailgate. The bumpers were finished in chrome instead of painted. Additional trim was added around the windows and tailgate to give the truck an upscale appearance. On the inside, buyers had an option of bench or bucket seats with upgraded vinyl door panels and various bits of brightwork to complete the higher end feel. By 1969 multiple power options were available; five in total, ranging from a 250ci inline 6-cylinder to a monstrous 396 big-block V8. This particular 1969 short-bed C10 was built from the factory as a CST trim, equipped with a 396ci big-block V8, automatic transmission, air conditioning, heavy-duty suspension, power brakes, power steering and rear posi-traction. Painted in the original color combination of dark green and white, it sports a Saddle interior with rare bucket seats and center console, featuring all the amenities of the CST interior. As highly optioned as the truck came originally, the engine currently features original GM aluminum heads and intake manifold, almost as if it were a factory special. Several upgrades have been made to enhance the driving experience, including a polished tilt steering column and a retro-look modern stereo. Overall this C10 CST is an excellent example of a highly optioned factory truck set up for performance.
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1992
DODGE VIPER RT/10 CONVERTIBLE
Dodge put the supercar world on edge when it introduced its Viper at the 1991 Indianapolis 500 race with Carroll Shelby piloting the car. After its stunning reception, people instantly realized these high-horsepower roadsters would be destined as future collectible vehicles. Its innovative design, unbelievable brutal V10 power and limited production instantly launched the car to modern classic status. Often referred to as the Shelby Cobra of the '90s, today, low-mile, first-generation, first-year 1992 Vipers are coveted among collectors and performance enthusiasts. Powered by the legendary Lamborghini-designed aluminum 8.0-liter V10 producing 400hp, the vehicle is backed with a 6-speed manual transmission. The body is a tubular steel frame with resin transfer molding (RTM) fiberglass panels. It has a curb weight of 3,284 pounds and lacks modern driver aids such as traction control and anti-lock brakes. Its large tires allow the car to average close to one lateral g in corners. The Viper was one of the most elite and impressive cars of its day, boasting performance achievements of 0-60 times in just 4.6 seconds, completing the quarter-mile in 12.6 seconds and having a top speed of 150 mph. It could be argued this vehicle's very introduction helped spearhead the renaissance in the all-American supercar creation during the quarter-century that followed. The 1992 Dodge Viper RT/10 offered here is #133 of the 285 Vipers built in that inaugural production year. With a clean CARFAX, the car has spent most of its life carefully stored and just admired; it has averaged about 75 miles per year since new, with the odometer reading just 1,941 actual miles. The late Carroll Shelby added even more collectability to this car by signing it in two places. This Viper represents a true, low-mileage piece of American automotive history.
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1970
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302
Ford's performance machine, the Boss 302, was a direct competitor to Chevrolet's Camaro Z/28, offering more performance on a reduced-weight chassis. It proved its worth on the track, winning the SCCA 1970 Trans-Am Racing Series. It was equally popular in the showroom, offering customers a vehicle just as comfortable on the road as it was on the track. In the February 1970 issue, Car and Driver further praised the Boss's street manners, stating, "It is quiet and exudes quality, very much like an expensive European GT car. The stiff suspension and high shock absorber control give it a very purposeful feel, and because the body doesn't quiver or rattle when you hit a bump, the overall impression is most satisfying." Under the hood, the Boss's high-output 302i V8 was said to produce 290hp at 4600 rpm, and actual output was estimated to be far higher. Ford spared no expense to ensure this would be a Trans-Am-worthy power plant, installing new "dry-deck" Cleveland-style heads with 2.33-inch intake valves and no head gaskets, solid lifters, an aluminum high-riser manifold, super-high-flow Holley 4-barrel carburetor, high-capacity dual-point ignition, four-bolt central-main-bearing caps, cross-drilled forged crankshaft and special pistons. Documented with the original factory Build Sheet and Deluxe Marti Report as the ONLY 1970 Boss 302 Mustang built with these options, and a history of being rotisserie restored and owned by a highly recognized Mustang expert, makes this car as "blue chip" as they come. Restored sparing no expense, its matching-numbers drivetrain (other than the factory replacement block) is perfect from the carburetor through the 4-speed close-ratio manual transmission to the rear end. Colors from the factory were Wimbledon White with Black Clarion Knit/Corinthian hi-back vinyl bucket seats. The numerous rare options on the Window Sticker included fold-down rear sport deck seats, rear deck spoiler, Traction-Lok differential, optional 3.91 axle ratio, Sport Slats, power steering, tilt steering wheel, AM radio, Décor Group, tinted glass complete, Magnum 500 chrome wheels, tachometer and trip odometer.
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1955
FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP
The second-generation Ford F-Series truck was arguably more aesthetically pleasing than the first, with a more modern cab, lower beltline and high-quality construction with a more integrated look. A very successful four-year production run, including this 1955 model, continued Ford Motor Company’s dominance in the truck market. An extensive binder of books and records summarizing parts and details of the restoration and modification of this fully customized pickup is included for the new owner. The Black Cherry DuPont exterior paint is presented flawlessly. In excellent condition in and out, it has a magazine-ready look and is sure to be a top contender at any car shows it attends. Offered at just a fraction of the total expense, the truck will save the new owner months, if not years, of painstaking build costs and time. Taking a vintage pickup to this level of restoration and customization is, in a word, remarkable. The list of components fills the binder. For power, the 350ci engine is strong and steady, and is backed up by an automatic transmission. The front and rear suspension system is from No Limit Engineering (with 4-link in the rear) riding on RideTech airbags – so in the parked position “slamming it on the ground” makes for a beautiful visual. The truck safely and effortlessly comes to a stop with the help of Wilwood brakes. Customization and visual cues of the 1955 Ford F-100 are noticed immediately, from 20” Billet Specialties wheels, through the cab (chopped 3” with a front flip hood) to the chopped front bumper and “suicide doors.” A custom interior and dash let you ride in comfort and sportiness, and Vintage Air keeps you cool a warm day. Ultimately, this pickup is a turn-key, ready-to-cruise custom with a fit and finish to always keep you smiling.
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1963
CHEVROLET IMPALA CUSTOM
In late 1956, Harley Earl, General Motors' foremost designer, put his stamp of approval on the Chevrolet design team's drawings for the new Impala. With Corvette-like cues, especially the grille, the packaging and dimensions would be a new full-sized sedan with vast appeal across various demographics. In 1963, after three generations of changes and improvements, the Impala featured rectilinear styling with an engine-turned aluminum rear taillight panel surrounded by a chrome border on SS models. It offered jet-smooth styling, with the front and rear fenders appearing V-shaped. The sport sedan featured a new, creased roofline and new "coved" instrument panel with simple indicator lights for hot and cold engine conditions. The Impala was the top-of-the-line full-sized model offering from Chevrolet, had the most standard features and could be optioned with most anything. Offered here is a tastefully customized and modified 1963 Chevrolet Impala with incredible attention to detail, including smooth one-piece front and rear bumpers, new glass and weatherstripping. Modernizing performance and good looks for a full-sized sport sedan begins with a 350ci power plant using a March serpentine belt system backed by a 700R automatic transmission and 10-bolt rear end. Just amazing responsiveness is the outcome. Classic Performance Products front and rear suspension with 18- and 20-inch American Racing wheels improves handling, and 4-wheel disc brakes assist with safety in slowing down this beast. Vintage Air keeps passengers cool, with a secret audio sound system and full custom leather interior adding further comfort. This striking third-generation Impala custom is ready to be enjoyed year-round with most of the modern comfort and conveniences of today's automobiles.
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1962
CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE
The Cadillac Series 62 was restyled and re-engineered for 1961. By 1962, there were six- and four-window 4-door hardtops, a 2-door hardtop and a convertible. Engines remained 390ci V8s with 325hp, and all cars were equipped with an automatic transmission. Four-barrel induction systems were now the sole power choice. Popular options included air conditioning, Guide-Matic headlights and a full suite of power features. A fully optioned car could tip past the $6,000 mark. Ultimately, for those who wanted the ultimate in power, style and comfort, the 1962 Cadillac Series 62 convertible delivered on all accounts. Sporting a stunning style, even in its standard livery, this 1962 Cadillac Series 62 convertible takes the ownership experience to a dramatically higher new level. For power and performance, there is new muscle under the hood with a 6.0-liter LS2 350hp engine. Chassis modifications were made to fit the incredible new powertrain, which includes a custom-built 4L70E transmission. For an improved ride to keep up with the amazing power, there's upgraded 3-link coilover rear suspension with an adjustable upper wishbone, polyurethane bushings and adjustable ride height in the rear. This is one ride that has to be seen - and heard - to be truly appreciated. The hit of the 2014 SEMA Show, this Caddy has been the "poster child" and show vehicle for the Hifonics audio brand for several years, and the auditory horsepower of this car's system is off the charts. We're talking about a 5,000-watt audiophile paradise utilizing technology that allows big power in a smaller space: All components are neatly tucked into the trunk of this rolling playground. Cool blue underglow lighting completes the package. A ride in this amazing, one-of-a-kind Cadillac Series 62 convertible will have you singing out loud!
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2015
DODGE CHALLENGER R/T CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
As the most famous muscle car produced by Dodge, the Challenger was reintroduced in 2008 as a retro-inspired muscle car for the modern day. Much like when it was first introduced in 1970, Dodge offers a variety of trim levels and engine options to meet the demands of buyers today. However, there is one option Dodge had available in the 1970s but not offered today: a convertible top. That’s where Convertible Builders, LLC, of High Springs, Florida, stepped in to offer buyers the car that Dodge doesn’t offer. This 2015 Challenger started as a Sublime Green Challenger R/T, and underwent the full transformation to remove the solid roof and replace it with a full power convertible top. With the conversion done, the car still retains a large portion of its trunk and interior space, but features all the necessary structural reinforcements necessary for safety and stability. Additionally, features like power roll-down quarter windows, heated rear window and full fabric headliner are included to give the car a truly refined factory feel. With less than 1,000 miles on the odometer, it’s in showroom-fresh condition In addition to the convertible top, the Challenger also received custom upholstery on the seat with green accents to match the exterior paint. This – combined with the factory amenities like an 8.4-inch touchscreen, power seats, automatic transmission, 5.7-liter HEMI engine and finished in a color only available in 2015 – makes this Challenger a turn-key cruiser ready for the streets.
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1974
CHEVROLET C10 SUPER 10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Thoroughly redesigned from stem to stern, the all-new third-generation C/K trucks beginning in 1973 proved to be the longest-lived series in Chevrolet's history, and the three-box styling has proved quite popular since. Aside from wheels and hubcaps, there really wasn't much that was round anywhere in the design - other than the body sides that featured a sculpted character line with a central plateau panel - resulting in them being affectionately known as "square-body" trucks. Now an icon of the truck community, this custom 1974 Chevrolet Cheyenne Super 10 known as "Syndicate Series 1" was painstakingly and meticulously built by Squarebody Syndicate using only the best products the market has to offer, with many one-off parts like the aluminum air cleaner and steering wheel, used to replicate a stock appearance. Powered by a crate LS3 V8 engine dressed by Holley Performance to look like a stock 350 connected to a 4L65E automatic transmission, it rides on a custom Porterbuilt chassis using an Accuair E-Level suspension system for smooth yet responsive ride and performance. Attention to detail and the blending of the old with the new can be found throughout, including the full leather interior with New Old Stock OEM seat inserts, and one-off wheels with powder-coated whitewalls. Wearing its original Catalina Blue and Frost White colors, the striking truck has won multiple accolades, including the General Motors Design Award at SEMA, along with the top 5 Chevys of SEMA 2015 and the coveted Street Trucks "Truck of the Year" award in 2016.
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2006
MAYBACH 57 S
Maybach, one of the world's most exquisite nameplates in the 1920s and ’30s, was founded by Karl Maybach – the son of Wilhelm Maybach, who developed the first Mercedes. The Maybach nameplate reappeared in the form of two closely related ultra-luxury sedans, each of which holds nearly every sort of comfort and convenience feature. Maybachs come in two sizes: the regular Type 57 and the extended-length Type 62. The model designation indicates the car’s length in meters: 5.73 for the Type 57 and 6.17 for the Type 62. Special features include electronic braking and an Airmatic Dual Control air suspension. Maybach unveiled a Type 57 S at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany, in September 2005. Its intercooled twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 generates 604hp, which is 54hp more than the regular Type 57 engine. Maybach styling balances classic and avant-garde features, with a goal to deliver an “entirely new definition of first class.” The doors, hood and fenders are made of aluminum. Bi-xenon headlights and a Parking Assist System are standard. The Type 57 S upgrades included a sport-tuned suspension, a modified front end and 20-inch wheels. The Type 57 S offered here is a striking color combination of Baltic Black exterior with an Aspen White leather interior, accented with black piping, piano lacquer finishes and carbon-fiber elements. All four seats are heated and can recline, and a quad-zone climate control with two air-conditioning units keeps everyone comfortable. There’s no lack of entertainment with a 9.5-inch TFT flat-screen television, a DVD player, a refrigerated compartment, a cordless phone with two handsets and a 21-speaker Bose Dolby sound system. Each sedan also has Mercedes’ Tele Aid emergency communication system and COMAND integrated control system. Champagne flutes, umbrellas, a loading trunk sill protector and a Maybach battery trickle charger are just a few of the indulgences included. Only 15,000 miles from new, with the original Window Sticker showing a manufacturer’s suggested retail base price of $367,000. With its additional options – including rear-side curtains, retracting folding rear table for both left and right with solar module/solar power cabin ventilation – the total retail price came to $379,300. Ultimately, this is a remarkable, sophisticated ultra-luxury sedan with very few comparisons at this price.
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1968
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS 396
Having undergone a dramatic redesign, the Chevelle rolled into 1968 with a longer wheelbase, more aggressively styling and a whole new attitude. The Super Sport became a series on its own, with the designation of SS 396 and available in the sport coupe, convertible and El Camino bodies. Engine options remained the same as the previous year, with three versions of the 396-325hp, 350hp and 375hp. All SS 396 cars came standard with a bench seat, standard gauges and 3-speed automatic transmission. Buyers had the option to upgrade to bucket seats, Rally gauges and a 4-speed manual if they chose. This 396 SS was restored with the goal in mind of driving it like Chevrolet originally intended. It was repainted in the original shade of Seafrost Green, using as many original and NOS parts as possible. Under the hood sits the original 396/350hp big-block V8 backed by an automatic transmission. It retains all of its original comfort options, including power steering, brakes and air conditioning, all of which are in good working order. The entire restoration of the car is well-documented with lots of photos showing the different stages of progress. The documentation continues into ownership paperwork dating back to the second owner, who purchased the car back in 1969. Additionally, it features copies of the original Window Sticker and an NCRS shipping report. Since completion, the car has won numerous shows receiving many plaques and trophies, all of which go with the car. This Chevelle SS 396 is a turn-key muscle car ready for the street.
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