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1967 Chevrolet El Camino Truck
Originally built in Fremont, CA this 1967 Chevrolet El Camino with black and gold plates features the original 283 V8 engine with dress kit, Powerglide automatic transmission, Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold with Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor, power steering, power front disc brakes, heavy duty radiator, MSD electronic ignition, Autometer gauges, AM/FM cassette, custom wood steering wheel,...
1966 Ford Mustang 2 Door Coupe
New paint on this California born straight and dry Mustang coupe. This Mustang features 200 cu in straight 6 cyl engine, C4 automatic transmission, factory AM/FM radio, white-wall radial tires, factory hubcaps, painted in the original Silver Blue Metallic, Blue Vinyl interior, factory floor shifter. This Mustang runs and drives great! Call to discuss. VIN# 6R07T136683
2009 Ford Shelby GT500 Base 2dr Convertible
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1971 Chevrolet Nova 2 Door
This super clean Nova features a healthy 472 cu in big block engine, M21 Muncie 4 speed transmission, disc brakes, Lecarra steering wheel, Auto Meter gauges, black interior, tinted glass, 2 1/2" exhaust with Hooker Super Comp headers, Flowmaster mufflers, 3:42 rearend, Posi Traction, steel wheels with dog dish hub caps with beautiful Cottonwood Green paint. VIN# 113271W285238
1965 Ford Mustang 2 Door Sedan
Very dry California built "C" code with factory 289 V8, automatic transmission, floor shifter, GT Racing steering wheel, AM/FM CD, bucket seats with Pony seat covers, Mustang floor mats, tinted glass and chrome Cragar wheels. VIN#5R07C240812
1962 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door Hard Top
This resto mod was built to drive, bring it to a cruise night or on a road trip, besides looking great it features : Body: Stripped to metal Paint Du Pont Black and BMW Silver Three coats of clear - color sanded and buffed Trim in excellent shape Suspension: Front end and rear complete rebuild / Hotchkis components Rear air springs Front 2 inch dropped spindles Disc...
1962 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door
383 small block Stroker motor, Weiand polished, blower 4 bolt mains, Airflow research aluminum heads, Roller Rockers, Roller Cam, gear-driven cam, 750 Holley Carburetor, B&M ratchet shifter, Stewart-Warner gauges, Autometer tach, 700 R4 automatic transmission with overdrive, stall converter, Posi 4:11 gears, front disc brakes, 605 power steering, Flowmaster exhaust, front adjustable shocks,...
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe
This Sunday cruiser features the infamous 265 V8 engine updated to a 50's style hotrod with Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and intake manifold and a modern day distributor and wiring. The valve covers and a few other items have been chromed and a new custom radiator keeps this beauty running cool. This nostalgic red and white beauty features a Power Glide automatic transmission, Wonder...
1963 Buick Wildcat 2 Door Convertible
This 1963 model marks the first year that the Wildcat was its own series; and no longer a sub-series of the Invicta line. All told, Buick produced 35,725 Wildcats for the 1963, with just 6,021 being convertibles. This particular Wildcat retains its mostly stock look but has been treated to some well placed updates. Under the hood it boasts a 1965 401 cu in Nailhead V-8 engine with...
1961 Volkswagen Beetle
4-cyl. 1192cc/40hp 1bbl Curb Weight 1,764 lbs. Length 160.6 in. Wheelbase 94.5 in. 807,488 Produced For a car that had a rather odious beginning as a people’s car commissioned by Adolf Hitler, the Beetle came to be loved by multiple generations of basic transportation seekers on every continent with the possible exception of Antarctica. Originally promised to pre-war Germans...
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