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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$84,900.00
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.
$0.00
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.
$34,900.00
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.
$24,500.00
1985
CHEVROLET CAMARO IROC Z/28
Named after the famous racing series, Chevrolet introduced the IROC option package for the Camaro Z/28 in 1985. The package featured an upgraded performance suspension with lower ride height, 5-spoke wheels, upgraded aerodynamics, and special decals and stripping. The result was a car that made its way in to Car and Driver magazine’s 10 Best list for 1985 and the public responded well, with Chevrolet selling just over 21,000 units in the first year. Finished in Bright Blue Metallic with black cloth interior, this IROC Z was sold new in Tonawanda, NY, on September 9, 1985. It was ordered well-optioned, equipped with power locks and windows, tinted glass, rear defrost, air conditioning, automatic transmission with overdrive, tilt steering wheel, auxiliary lighting and the iconic T-Tops with removable glass roof. Additionally, the original owner sprung for some dealer add-ons, including rust prevention, AM/FM stereo cassette equalizer, body side/door edge guards and four mud flaps, bringing the out-the-door delivery price to a staggering $17,354.42. The car has been very well cared for from new, used sparingly, showing just 19,895 original miles. It is well-documented with the original purchase and sales contracts, as well as all the factory warranty information and GM protection plan card. Included with the documentation are also the factory T-Top backs and original radio. With low original miles and extensive documentation on a well-optioned car, this IROC is a great example of an iconic piece of ’80s Chevy history.
$61,900.00
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.
$79,000.00
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.
$139,000.00
1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 CONVERTIBLE
The 1961 and 1962 first-generation "C1" Corvettes are the only two years to have a major updated rear end known as the "wedge tail," which would go on to lay the groundwork for the C2 Stingray. What sets the '62 apart from the '61 is the paint within the scalloped side sections, known as "coves." Previous years featured white and other colors to contrast with the body color, but this was exchanged for a matching color scheme. The chrome border was also removed, and a vent now appeared behind the front wheel. Under the hood, the small-block Chevy V8 engine's displacement was increased to 327ci. Offerings simplified to just four: There were three carbureted versions as well as one fuel-injected. The carburetor engines made 240, 300 or 340 horsepower, respectively, while the fuel-injected model put out an impressive 360hp. GM also simplified the transmission offerings, providing either a Powerglide automatic or 4-speed manual transmission. Seatbelts were standard from the factory, as were a heater and defroster. General Motors built 14,531 examples of the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette, marking the most popular model year for the first-generation C1 'Vette. This example is a properly restored original 1962 fuel-injected Corvette with its matching-numbers 327/360hp engine (balanced and blueprinted), finished in brilliant Roman Red exterior paint with black leather interior, and restored with all New Old Stock or factory-original equipment manufactured parts. It is equipped with a Wonder Bar radio, .373 posi-traction rear end, 4-speed manual transmission, convertible top, direct-flow exhaust system, metallic brakes and whitewall tires. Accident-free since completion of the restoration some years ago, this Corvette has covered nominal mileage and the overall presentation remains excellent throughout, with very good panel fit. It starts easily with excellent oil pressure and awaits its new enthusiastic owner to drive and enjoy it.
$89,000.00
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.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$84,900.00
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.
$0.00
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.
$34,900.00
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.
$24,500.00
1985
CHEVROLET CAMARO IROC Z/28
Named after the famous racing series, Chevrolet introduced the IROC option package for the Camaro Z/28 in 1985. The package featured an upgraded performance suspension with lower ride height, 5-spoke wheels, upgraded aerodynamics, and special decals and stripping. The result was a car that made its way in to Car and Driver magazine’s 10 Best list for 1985 and the public responded well, with Chevrolet selling just over 21,000 units in the first year. Finished in Bright Blue Metallic with black cloth interior, this IROC Z was sold new in Tonawanda, NY, on September 9, 1985. It was ordered well-optioned, equipped with power locks and windows, tinted glass, rear defrost, air conditioning, automatic transmission with overdrive, tilt steering wheel, auxiliary lighting and the iconic T-Tops with removable glass roof. Additionally, the original owner sprung for some dealer add-ons, including rust prevention, AM/FM stereo cassette equalizer, body side/door edge guards and four mud flaps, bringing the out-the-door delivery price to a staggering $17,354.42. The car has been very well cared for from new, used sparingly, showing just 19,895 original miles. It is well-documented with the original purchase and sales contracts, as well as all the factory warranty information and GM protection plan card. Included with the documentation are also the factory T-Top backs and original radio. With low original miles and extensive documentation on a well-optioned car, this IROC is a great example of an iconic piece of ’80s Chevy history.
$61,900.00
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.
$79,000.00
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.
$139,000.00
1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 CONVERTIBLE
The 1961 and 1962 first-generation "C1" Corvettes are the only two years to have a major updated rear end known as the "wedge tail," which would go on to lay the groundwork for the C2 Stingray. What sets the '62 apart from the '61 is the paint within the scalloped side sections, known as "coves." Previous years featured white and other colors to contrast with the body color, but this was exchanged for a matching color scheme. The chrome border was also removed, and a vent now appeared behind the front wheel. Under the hood, the small-block Chevy V8 engine's displacement was increased to 327ci. Offerings simplified to just four: There were three carbureted versions as well as one fuel-injected. The carburetor engines made 240, 300 or 340 horsepower, respectively, while the fuel-injected model put out an impressive 360hp. GM also simplified the transmission offerings, providing either a Powerglide automatic or 4-speed manual transmission. Seatbelts were standard from the factory, as were a heater and defroster. General Motors built 14,531 examples of the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette, marking the most popular model year for the first-generation C1 'Vette. This example is a properly restored original 1962 fuel-injected Corvette with its matching-numbers 327/360hp engine (balanced and blueprinted), finished in brilliant Roman Red exterior paint with black leather interior, and restored with all New Old Stock or factory-original equipment manufactured parts. It is equipped with a Wonder Bar radio, .373 posi-traction rear end, 4-speed manual transmission, convertible top, direct-flow exhaust system, metallic brakes and whitewall tires. Accident-free since completion of the restoration some years ago, this Corvette has covered nominal mileage and the overall presentation remains excellent throughout, with very good panel fit. It starts easily with excellent oil pressure and awaits its new enthusiastic owner to drive and enjoy it.
$89,000.00
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.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
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Saturday 9-3

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Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9-3

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9-3

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.