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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$35,000.00
1993
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
First formed in 1993, Ford launched the Specialty Vehicle Team as an in-house tuner to maximize the performance of a select handful of their models. Known as SVT, the group had four core pillars for their cars: Performance, Exclusivity, Substance and Value. One of the first production offerings turned out under SVT was the 1993 Mustang Cobra. As the last year for the popular Fox Body, SVT engineers went to work modifying all performance aspects. The fuel-injected 5.0 Windsor V8 saw a power increase with GT40 high-flow heads, the drivetrain was strengthened with a modified BorgWarner T5 manual transmission and the suspension utilized specially designed components for better grip. With numerous other upgrades added, the result was one of the best-performing Mustangs in decades. Purchased new in Arizona by a Motorola executive for company use, this low-mileage example has been under the care of the same owner since it was delivered. It wears most of its original Vibrant Red factory clear coat paint and retains the original cloth interior. There were only a handful of options available from the factory, and this car is equipped with several – including the preferred equipment group, front license-plate bracket, 4-way power driver’s seat and rear-window defroster. Additionally, the dealer installed window tint, remote lock/unlock with alarm and a trunk-mounted CD changer before delivery was taken. Since new, this Cobra has covered just under 31,000 miles and has always been in Arizona. It comes with detailed maintenance and service records, as well as the original Window Sticker and a sales brochure. As the popularity of Fox Body Mustangs continues to rise among collectors, the top-of-the-line 1993 SVT Cobra will likely outshine them all.
$59,500.00
1961
FORD F-100 PICKUP
Ford has never been afraid of bucking the status quo for innovation and improvement. In 1960, they proved this by offering their F-series pickup as a unibody construction, a first for any pickup from the Big 3. The advantage for Ford was a simpler assembly process, allowing for lower cost of production. The bed and cab were no longer separate pieces, as the bedsides were spot-welded directly to the door sills, making the cab and bed one solid piece. As innovative as it was, the public preferred the traditional separate cab and bed on frame, and Ford ended production in 1962, making the unibody trucks very rare and desirable in the truck world. This example from 1961 was treated to a museum-quality, nut-and-bolt restoration to return it to original factory specifications. Starting with a rust-free Southwest truck, the body was repainted in the factory two-tone combination of Academy Blue and Corinthian White. All chrome was replated, the trim was polished and a set of Firestone whitewall tires with matching spare was added. It's powered by a 292ci V8 engine, backed by a 3-speed manual column-shift overdrive transmission. Under the hood is incredibly detailed and period-correct, right down to the hose clamps and battery. The underside has been completely cleaned and detailed to showroom condition as well. Inside, the soft surfaces were reupholstered with the factory-correct padded dash, armrests and bench seat. It also is equipped with factory temperature controls, cigarette lighter, AM radio and a white steering wheel with a chrome horn ring. With a no-expense-spared restoration focusing on quality and originality, this is a premium example of classic Ford innovation.
$169,500.00
1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO "Z/409" CUSTOM COUPE
-INCOMING INVENTORY- Inspiration for custom builds can come from a variety of places. Some people want to build the dream car from their youth, others want to incorporate the latest technology in a classic body, but this 1969 Camaro draws its inspiration from a rather unique perspective: What if Chevrolet had debuted the Camaro 10 years earlier? Starting with a rendering from automotive artist Steve Stanford, the concept was to build a 1969 Camaro with the styling cues of a 1961 “bubble top” Impala. The most obvious trademark feature to incorporate would be the roof line, for which the rear third of a 1965 Corvair roof was incorporated and massaged seamlessly into the car. Numerous other body modifications were completed, such as recessed waterfalls cut into the decklid to accommodate 1961 Chevy emblems, flush-mount rear taillights, redesigned front and rear valence panels with recessed aluminum ribbed plates and integrated rocker moldings. To create the unique flush-mounted rear glass, a custom mold was sent to Finland, where the new rear window was made. For the wheels, a one-off set of 5-pin aluminum knockoff-style with custom adapter plates were made using original Corvette knockoff wheels and factory stainless center caps. The theme of the build didn’t stop at the exterior. A 1961 Chevrolet dashboard was crafted to fit in the interior, complete with an original 1961 steering wheel, SS 409 Sun Tach and factory-style air-conditioning ducts. The bucket seats are upholstered with 1961-spec Seville grain red vinyl with matching headliner. A 409 4-speed shifter arm was adapted to the Turbo 400 transmission, surrounded by a resized chrome shifter console. Custom door panels, quarter-panels and rear package tray help complete the interior. Once the design for the interior and exterior were established, there was only one engine befitting a car like this: a dual-quad 409 with the classic “Camel Hump” heads. Starting with a 1962 SS 409 block, it was bored and stroked to 472ci and utilized original-spec Carter carburetors and a 1962 date-coded aluminum intake. Once built, the engine was good for 498 horsepower with 466 ft/lbs of torque, all backed by a Turbo 400 and Ford 9-inch rear end. Despite its classic inspiration and design, several modern components have been added for it to drive like a true performance car. 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes were added, along with a complete Heidts subframe and 4-link, with everything tied together by a set of subframe connectors. A thunderbird steering rack was added, along with mini tubs in the rear. Additionally, for comfort, a top-of-the-line stereo system, tilt steering column and air conditioning were added. With over 5,000 hours in the build, the “Z/409” is a multiple award-winner with appearances at the Grand National Roadster Show, Sacramento Autorama and Portland Roadster show. It also has been featured in numerous publications, including the cover of Hot Rod magazine. This unique Camaro defines the term “one-of-a-kind” with a retro take on a classic platform.
$335,000.00
2018
FERRARI 488 GTB
As the follow-up to the successful 458, Ferrari introduced the 488 in 2016 as successor. When first unveiled, it made waves in the automotive world with the announcement that the engine displacement would be smaller than the outgoing 458 and utilize a twin-turbo setup, a first for a flagship-model Ferrari. The end result was a 3.9-liter V8 rated at 660 horsepower capable of revving to 8,000 rpm, making that trademark Ferrari exhaust note. Aerodynamics were heavily emphasized during the development, with an almost a 50% increase in downforce over the 458 with even aerodynamic drag. An aluminum monocoque chassis with carbon-fiber components helps minimize weight, allowing for a power-to-weight ratio matching Ferrari’s even more powerful F12 Berlinetta. Finished in the classic shade of Grigio Silverstone, this 2018 488 GTB has covered just over 200 miles since it was purchased new. It came equipped with a plethora of optional carbon-fiber components, including rear air ducts, side splitter and wheel center caps. It has 20” forged diamond wheels, backed by carbon-ceramic brakes with red calipers. Completing the exterior is a set of the iconic “Scuderia Shields” adorning the front fenders. The interior features Rosso Red leather-upholstered Daytona-style seats, dash and door panels, as well as black carpeting. The seats are fully electric and embellished with black stitching, as well as the iconic “Prancing Horse” logo embroidered into the headrests. It also has the optional carbon-fiber steering wheel with LED shift indicator and carbon-fiber center console bridge. It utilizes a state-of-the-art infotainment system complete with backup camera, as well as front and rear parking sensors. The Ferrari 488 GTB has been hailed as one of the very best mid-engined supercars currently on the market. As a blend of the latest technology for all-out performance, Italian style and craftsmanship from Maranello, the 488 GTB is in a class of its own.
$64,900.00
1991
ACURA NSX
As the first mass-production car to feature an all-aluminum body, the Acura NSX broke new ground in the world of sports cars. Instead of a large displacement V8 or V12, it packed a 3.0-liter V6 engine with Honda’s famous VTEC (variable valve timing and lift electronic control) system. Although the cars were only rated for 270hp, a curb weight of just over 3,000 pounds gave the car an excellent horsepower-to-weight ratio and excellent handling capabilities. The formula was a recipe for success, with Acura selling just shy of 2,000 cars in 1991. This particular 1991 example comes from a collection of several low-mile, pristine-condition NSXs. It is finished in the factory shade of Formula Red with a black leather interior. Originally sold new in Ohio, it has spent the majority of its life being well cared for in the state of Washington, before the current owner acquired it and brought it to Arizona in 2015. With just 20,800 miles on the odometer, it has been maintained well with dealer service records dating back to 2010, including a replacement of the timing belt at 19,000 miles. The car is in exact factory spec, having never been modified or tampered with. It retains the stock stereo head unit and the stock leather seats are near factory condition. The factory 16” wheels are in excellent condition with no curb rash or scratches and it still retains the factory spare underneath the hood. As a well-maintained, unmodified car, this NSX is a great example of an up-and-coming collectible.
$69,800.00
1966
CHEVROLET CHEVY II NOVA CUSTOM COUPE
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.
$29,800.00
1972
FORD F-100 EXPLORER PICKUP
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.
$65,000.00
1970
OLDSMOBILE 442 CONVERTIBLE
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.
$189,000.00
1970
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CUSTOM COUPE
When building a custom car, it’s the details that separate the best from all the rest. Focus and attention to the small parts of the look and performance add up to make a big difference, but comfort and functionality are crucial as well. This 1970 Chevelle is a well-executed example of all those things. The body has been modified with shaved drip rails, flush mounted front and rear glass, and a cowl-induction-style hood, finished in a high-gloss black with silver SS-style stripes. The bumpers have been painted to match, the rear taillight lenses were smoked, and the car rides on a set of 20” Asanti 3-piece wheels to complete the menacing look of the exterior. On the inside, a handmade custom dash and console highlight a unique interior complete with custom door panels and modified GTO seats. Additionally, a set of Auto Meter gauges has been added, along with a high-level stereo featuring a JVC head unit with backup camera, navigation and Bluetooth. For comfort, Dynamat sound deadener was applied throughout the interior and a Vintage Air system was added, complete with billet control knobs, in the center console. This car really comes alive under the hood, with a massive 572 Chevy big block pushing 620hp backed by a programmable TCI 6-speed transmission. Helping put the power to the ground is a pro-touring suspension style with coilovers and Wilwood disc brakes to bring everything to a stop. The attention to detail continues with the underside and engine bay, which have the same high-gloss black finish as the exterior, and a set of billet hood hinges were added to match the accessory drive. Details like keyless entry, GPS tracking and a Passport 9500CI radar detector have been added to cap off this impressive build. With a combination of looks, performance and comfort, this Chevelle showcases what it takes to build a top-tier Resto-Mod.
$179,000.00
1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
As one of the most iconic American cars, the Corvette has proved to be one of the most popular platforms for a Resto-Mod. The styling of the first-generation Corvette has always been loved by many, but for those who want great driving performance by today’s standards, they leave something to be desired. The custom world has stepped in to address that and bring them into modern day, which this 1962 Corvette showcases. On the outside, the body has been modified for a more aggressive performance look, starting with a custom grille fabricated from 1957 and 1958 Corvettes. The headlights have been frenched in and a custom ZR1-style hood, complete with transparent hood insert, have been added. The interior features Flame Red leather to match the Salsa Red exterior. The car has also been upgraded with Auto Meter gauges, a custom sound system, tilt steering wheel and Shiftworks shifter. To get the car to handle and drive better than a new sports car, the chassis has been replaced with one from Art Morrison. It utilizes C6 suspension components, Detroit Speed steering rack, adjustable coilovers and a rear triangulated 4-link suspension. It’s equipped with power disc brakes on all four corners and utilizes stainless-steel hardware for excellent stopping power. To finish off the modernization, under the hood sits an LS3 crate engine backed with a 4L65E automatic transmission. Power is put down through a 9-inch posi-traction rear with stainless-steel axles. Using only top-of-the-line parts with countless hours of custom fabrication and design, this Corvette is an excellent example of how to transform a classic into a modern performance machine.
$69,000.00
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.
$59,000.00
1981
DELOREAN DMC-12 GULLWING
Former U.S. automotive executive John DeLorean created the DeLorean Motor Company, which produced only vehicle, the DMC-12. Unconventional in almost every way, the car had many innovative features, including a fiberglass underbody, steel backbone chassis, rear-mounted engine, brushed stainless-steel body panels and gull-winged doors. The prototype was introduced in October 1976, with production not beginning in early 1981. The power plant featured a Peugeot-Renault-Volvo (PRV) 2.85-liter V6 that was designed and built under special contract with the DMC company. It produced 130bhp, was fuel-injected, and had four-wheel independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes and air conditioning. Options included a no-cost manual or automatic transmission and gray or black interior. DeLorean turned to Colin Chapman, the genius behind Team Lotus Formula 1 and the associated Lotus production-based sports cars, for the car's suspension. As a very recognizable movie car from the popular "Back to the Future," trilogy, DeLoreans have a cult-like following and a host of clubs, collectors and fans worldwide. This example is one of the lowest-mileage, one-owner DeLorean DMC-12s in existence, showing just 631 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title). The car has been driven almost every month since new for proper preservation, and continues to ride on its original Goodyear NTC tires with the floor mats still wrapped in their factory plastic and stored neatly in the front trunk compartment. Powered by a 174ci V6 engine and 5-speed manual transmission, it features a gray leather interior. The standard features list includes stainless-steel body panels, gull-wing doors with cryogenically treated torsion bars, air conditioning, an AM/FM cassette stereo system, power windows/locks/mirrors, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, tinted glass, body side moldings, intermittent/constant windshield wipers and an electric rear-window defogger. The underside epoxy is still in good condition and it comes with a car cover. Original paperwork - including the Golling Datsun Odometer Mileage Statement, original insurance documents and multiple Michigan registrations - accompanies the sale.
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1971
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Building on the successful first series of C/K pickup, Chevrolet launched a revised version in 1967. Coil springs remained at all four corners beneath the restyled Chevy C10, but a crisp, clean pickup appeared on the outside, and in some opinions the new Chevy looked even more modern than its half-ton Ford rival, which was also updated that year. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972. Numerous changes occurred in 1971, with the most apparent and visual being the new large "egg crate" grille. The 1971 and 1972 Chevy pickups which finished out the second generation, tend to be the most popular among many enthusiasts. This Chevy C10 pickup underwent a full frame-off restoration and is powered by a fuel-injected LS3 engine with CNC ported heads, backed by a new GM Supermatic 4L70E transmission. It also sports a full tug-welded stainless exhaust, including Quick Time cutouts with a Ron Davis radiator, sure to keep operating temperature in check. A new-generation RideTech suspension keeps the truck riding comfortably yet responsively. A comfortable bench seat with the appropriate black and white houndstooth fabric is neatly accented with leather-trimmed sides. To make the trip safe and comfortable, it includes Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, an Ididit steering column, cruise control and Vintage Air. It rides on Budnik wheels and Michelin tires. Offering the best of all worlds, this custom pickup provides the turn-key readiness of a modern engine, classic stylings of a C10 and cool factor of a custom hot rod - and is ready to hit the streets and cruise.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$35,000.00
1993
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
First formed in 1993, Ford launched the Specialty Vehicle Team as an in-house tuner to maximize the performance of a select handful of their models. Known as SVT, the group had four core pillars for their cars: Performance, Exclusivity, Substance and Value. One of the first production offerings turned out under SVT was the 1993 Mustang Cobra. As the last year for the popular Fox Body, SVT engineers went to work modifying all performance aspects. The fuel-injected 5.0 Windsor V8 saw a power increase with GT40 high-flow heads, the drivetrain was strengthened with a modified BorgWarner T5 manual transmission and the suspension utilized specially designed components for better grip. With numerous other upgrades added, the result was one of the best-performing Mustangs in decades. Purchased new in Arizona by a Motorola executive for company use, this low-mileage example has been under the care of the same owner since it was delivered. It wears most of its original Vibrant Red factory clear coat paint and retains the original cloth interior. There were only a handful of options available from the factory, and this car is equipped with several – including the preferred equipment group, front license-plate bracket, 4-way power driver’s seat and rear-window defroster. Additionally, the dealer installed window tint, remote lock/unlock with alarm and a trunk-mounted CD changer before delivery was taken. Since new, this Cobra has covered just under 31,000 miles and has always been in Arizona. It comes with detailed maintenance and service records, as well as the original Window Sticker and a sales brochure. As the popularity of Fox Body Mustangs continues to rise among collectors, the top-of-the-line 1993 SVT Cobra will likely outshine them all.
$59,500.00
1961
FORD F-100 PICKUP
Ford has never been afraid of bucking the status quo for innovation and improvement. In 1960, they proved this by offering their F-series pickup as a unibody construction, a first for any pickup from the Big 3. The advantage for Ford was a simpler assembly process, allowing for lower cost of production. The bed and cab were no longer separate pieces, as the bedsides were spot-welded directly to the door sills, making the cab and bed one solid piece. As innovative as it was, the public preferred the traditional separate cab and bed on frame, and Ford ended production in 1962, making the unibody trucks very rare and desirable in the truck world. This example from 1961 was treated to a museum-quality, nut-and-bolt restoration to return it to original factory specifications. Starting with a rust-free Southwest truck, the body was repainted in the factory two-tone combination of Academy Blue and Corinthian White. All chrome was replated, the trim was polished and a set of Firestone whitewall tires with matching spare was added. It's powered by a 292ci V8 engine, backed by a 3-speed manual column-shift overdrive transmission. Under the hood is incredibly detailed and period-correct, right down to the hose clamps and battery. The underside has been completely cleaned and detailed to showroom condition as well. Inside, the soft surfaces were reupholstered with the factory-correct padded dash, armrests and bench seat. It also is equipped with factory temperature controls, cigarette lighter, AM radio and a white steering wheel with a chrome horn ring. With a no-expense-spared restoration focusing on quality and originality, this is a premium example of classic Ford innovation.
$169,500.00
1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO "Z/409" CUSTOM COUPE
-INCOMING INVENTORY- Inspiration for custom builds can come from a variety of places. Some people want to build the dream car from their youth, others want to incorporate the latest technology in a classic body, but this 1969 Camaro draws its inspiration from a rather unique perspective: What if Chevrolet had debuted the Camaro 10 years earlier? Starting with a rendering from automotive artist Steve Stanford, the concept was to build a 1969 Camaro with the styling cues of a 1961 “bubble top” Impala. The most obvious trademark feature to incorporate would be the roof line, for which the rear third of a 1965 Corvair roof was incorporated and massaged seamlessly into the car. Numerous other body modifications were completed, such as recessed waterfalls cut into the decklid to accommodate 1961 Chevy emblems, flush-mount rear taillights, redesigned front and rear valence panels with recessed aluminum ribbed plates and integrated rocker moldings. To create the unique flush-mounted rear glass, a custom mold was sent to Finland, where the new rear window was made. For the wheels, a one-off set of 5-pin aluminum knockoff-style with custom adapter plates were made using original Corvette knockoff wheels and factory stainless center caps. The theme of the build didn’t stop at the exterior. A 1961 Chevrolet dashboard was crafted to fit in the interior, complete with an original 1961 steering wheel, SS 409 Sun Tach and factory-style air-conditioning ducts. The bucket seats are upholstered with 1961-spec Seville grain red vinyl with matching headliner. A 409 4-speed shifter arm was adapted to the Turbo 400 transmission, surrounded by a resized chrome shifter console. Custom door panels, quarter-panels and rear package tray help complete the interior. Once the design for the interior and exterior were established, there was only one engine befitting a car like this: a dual-quad 409 with the classic “Camel Hump” heads. Starting with a 1962 SS 409 block, it was bored and stroked to 472ci and utilized original-spec Carter carburetors and a 1962 date-coded aluminum intake. Once built, the engine was good for 498 horsepower with 466 ft/lbs of torque, all backed by a Turbo 400 and Ford 9-inch rear end. Despite its classic inspiration and design, several modern components have been added for it to drive like a true performance car. 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes were added, along with a complete Heidts subframe and 4-link, with everything tied together by a set of subframe connectors. A thunderbird steering rack was added, along with mini tubs in the rear. Additionally, for comfort, a top-of-the-line stereo system, tilt steering column and air conditioning were added. With over 5,000 hours in the build, the “Z/409” is a multiple award-winner with appearances at the Grand National Roadster Show, Sacramento Autorama and Portland Roadster show. It also has been featured in numerous publications, including the cover of Hot Rod magazine. This unique Camaro defines the term “one-of-a-kind” with a retro take on a classic platform.
$335,000.00
2018
FERRARI 488 GTB
As the follow-up to the successful 458, Ferrari introduced the 488 in 2016 as successor. When first unveiled, it made waves in the automotive world with the announcement that the engine displacement would be smaller than the outgoing 458 and utilize a twin-turbo setup, a first for a flagship-model Ferrari. The end result was a 3.9-liter V8 rated at 660 horsepower capable of revving to 8,000 rpm, making that trademark Ferrari exhaust note. Aerodynamics were heavily emphasized during the development, with an almost a 50% increase in downforce over the 458 with even aerodynamic drag. An aluminum monocoque chassis with carbon-fiber components helps minimize weight, allowing for a power-to-weight ratio matching Ferrari’s even more powerful F12 Berlinetta. Finished in the classic shade of Grigio Silverstone, this 2018 488 GTB has covered just over 200 miles since it was purchased new. It came equipped with a plethora of optional carbon-fiber components, including rear air ducts, side splitter and wheel center caps. It has 20” forged diamond wheels, backed by carbon-ceramic brakes with red calipers. Completing the exterior is a set of the iconic “Scuderia Shields” adorning the front fenders. The interior features Rosso Red leather-upholstered Daytona-style seats, dash and door panels, as well as black carpeting. The seats are fully electric and embellished with black stitching, as well as the iconic “Prancing Horse” logo embroidered into the headrests. It also has the optional carbon-fiber steering wheel with LED shift indicator and carbon-fiber center console bridge. It utilizes a state-of-the-art infotainment system complete with backup camera, as well as front and rear parking sensors. The Ferrari 488 GTB has been hailed as one of the very best mid-engined supercars currently on the market. As a blend of the latest technology for all-out performance, Italian style and craftsmanship from Maranello, the 488 GTB is in a class of its own.
$64,900.00
1991
ACURA NSX
As the first mass-production car to feature an all-aluminum body, the Acura NSX broke new ground in the world of sports cars. Instead of a large displacement V8 or V12, it packed a 3.0-liter V6 engine with Honda’s famous VTEC (variable valve timing and lift electronic control) system. Although the cars were only rated for 270hp, a curb weight of just over 3,000 pounds gave the car an excellent horsepower-to-weight ratio and excellent handling capabilities. The formula was a recipe for success, with Acura selling just shy of 2,000 cars in 1991. This particular 1991 example comes from a collection of several low-mile, pristine-condition NSXs. It is finished in the factory shade of Formula Red with a black leather interior. Originally sold new in Ohio, it has spent the majority of its life being well cared for in the state of Washington, before the current owner acquired it and brought it to Arizona in 2015. With just 20,800 miles on the odometer, it has been maintained well with dealer service records dating back to 2010, including a replacement of the timing belt at 19,000 miles. The car is in exact factory spec, having never been modified or tampered with. It retains the stock stereo head unit and the stock leather seats are near factory condition. The factory 16” wheels are in excellent condition with no curb rash or scratches and it still retains the factory spare underneath the hood. As a well-maintained, unmodified car, this NSX is a great example of an up-and-coming collectible.
$69,800.00
1966
CHEVROLET CHEVY II NOVA CUSTOM COUPE
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.
$29,800.00
1972
FORD F-100 EXPLORER PICKUP
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.
$65,000.00
1970
OLDSMOBILE 442 CONVERTIBLE
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.
$189,000.00
1970
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CUSTOM COUPE
When building a custom car, it’s the details that separate the best from all the rest. Focus and attention to the small parts of the look and performance add up to make a big difference, but comfort and functionality are crucial as well. This 1970 Chevelle is a well-executed example of all those things. The body has been modified with shaved drip rails, flush mounted front and rear glass, and a cowl-induction-style hood, finished in a high-gloss black with silver SS-style stripes. The bumpers have been painted to match, the rear taillight lenses were smoked, and the car rides on a set of 20” Asanti 3-piece wheels to complete the menacing look of the exterior. On the inside, a handmade custom dash and console highlight a unique interior complete with custom door panels and modified GTO seats. Additionally, a set of Auto Meter gauges has been added, along with a high-level stereo featuring a JVC head unit with backup camera, navigation and Bluetooth. For comfort, Dynamat sound deadener was applied throughout the interior and a Vintage Air system was added, complete with billet control knobs, in the center console. This car really comes alive under the hood, with a massive 572 Chevy big block pushing 620hp backed by a programmable TCI 6-speed transmission. Helping put the power to the ground is a pro-touring suspension style with coilovers and Wilwood disc brakes to bring everything to a stop. The attention to detail continues with the underside and engine bay, which have the same high-gloss black finish as the exterior, and a set of billet hood hinges were added to match the accessory drive. Details like keyless entry, GPS tracking and a Passport 9500CI radar detector have been added to cap off this impressive build. With a combination of looks, performance and comfort, this Chevelle showcases what it takes to build a top-tier Resto-Mod.
$179,000.00
1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
As one of the most iconic American cars, the Corvette has proved to be one of the most popular platforms for a Resto-Mod. The styling of the first-generation Corvette has always been loved by many, but for those who want great driving performance by today’s standards, they leave something to be desired. The custom world has stepped in to address that and bring them into modern day, which this 1962 Corvette showcases. On the outside, the body has been modified for a more aggressive performance look, starting with a custom grille fabricated from 1957 and 1958 Corvettes. The headlights have been frenched in and a custom ZR1-style hood, complete with transparent hood insert, have been added. The interior features Flame Red leather to match the Salsa Red exterior. The car has also been upgraded with Auto Meter gauges, a custom sound system, tilt steering wheel and Shiftworks shifter. To get the car to handle and drive better than a new sports car, the chassis has been replaced with one from Art Morrison. It utilizes C6 suspension components, Detroit Speed steering rack, adjustable coilovers and a rear triangulated 4-link suspension. It’s equipped with power disc brakes on all four corners and utilizes stainless-steel hardware for excellent stopping power. To finish off the modernization, under the hood sits an LS3 crate engine backed with a 4L65E automatic transmission. Power is put down through a 9-inch posi-traction rear with stainless-steel axles. Using only top-of-the-line parts with countless hours of custom fabrication and design, this Corvette is an excellent example of how to transform a classic into a modern performance machine.
$69,000.00
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.
$59,000.00
1981
DELOREAN DMC-12 GULLWING
Former U.S. automotive executive John DeLorean created the DeLorean Motor Company, which produced only vehicle, the DMC-12. Unconventional in almost every way, the car had many innovative features, including a fiberglass underbody, steel backbone chassis, rear-mounted engine, brushed stainless-steel body panels and gull-winged doors. The prototype was introduced in October 1976, with production not beginning in early 1981. The power plant featured a Peugeot-Renault-Volvo (PRV) 2.85-liter V6 that was designed and built under special contract with the DMC company. It produced 130bhp, was fuel-injected, and had four-wheel independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes and air conditioning. Options included a no-cost manual or automatic transmission and gray or black interior. DeLorean turned to Colin Chapman, the genius behind Team Lotus Formula 1 and the associated Lotus production-based sports cars, for the car's suspension. As a very recognizable movie car from the popular "Back to the Future," trilogy, DeLoreans have a cult-like following and a host of clubs, collectors and fans worldwide. This example is one of the lowest-mileage, one-owner DeLorean DMC-12s in existence, showing just 631 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title). The car has been driven almost every month since new for proper preservation, and continues to ride on its original Goodyear NTC tires with the floor mats still wrapped in their factory plastic and stored neatly in the front trunk compartment. Powered by a 174ci V6 engine and 5-speed manual transmission, it features a gray leather interior. The standard features list includes stainless-steel body panels, gull-wing doors with cryogenically treated torsion bars, air conditioning, an AM/FM cassette stereo system, power windows/locks/mirrors, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, tinted glass, body side moldings, intermittent/constant windshield wipers and an electric rear-window defogger. The underside epoxy is still in good condition and it comes with a car cover. Original paperwork - including the Golling Datsun Odometer Mileage Statement, original insurance documents and multiple Michigan registrations - accompanies the sale.
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1971
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Building on the successful first series of C/K pickup, Chevrolet launched a revised version in 1967. Coil springs remained at all four corners beneath the restyled Chevy C10, but a crisp, clean pickup appeared on the outside, and in some opinions the new Chevy looked even more modern than its half-ton Ford rival, which was also updated that year. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972. Numerous changes occurred in 1971, with the most apparent and visual being the new large "egg crate" grille. The 1971 and 1972 Chevy pickups which finished out the second generation, tend to be the most popular among many enthusiasts. This Chevy C10 pickup underwent a full frame-off restoration and is powered by a fuel-injected LS3 engine with CNC ported heads, backed by a new GM Supermatic 4L70E transmission. It also sports a full tug-welded stainless exhaust, including Quick Time cutouts with a Ron Davis radiator, sure to keep operating temperature in check. A new-generation RideTech suspension keeps the truck riding comfortably yet responsively. A comfortable bench seat with the appropriate black and white houndstooth fabric is neatly accented with leather-trimmed sides. To make the trip safe and comfortable, it includes Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, an Ididit steering column, cruise control and Vintage Air. It rides on Budnik wheels and Michelin tires. Offering the best of all worlds, this custom pickup provides the turn-key readiness of a modern engine, classic stylings of a C10 and cool factor of a custom hot rod - and is ready to hit the streets and cruise.
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