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  • February 28, 2015 03:52 PM
    Concord North Carolina
     966 Ford Falcon Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • February 28, 2015 03:49 PM
    Concord North Carolina
     949 Willys Wagon Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • February 27, 2015 01:57 PM
    Fort Pierce Florida
     947 Ford Convertible 1947 Ford Convertible street rod...More...
     
  • February 27, 2015 01:33 PM
     951 Mercury Pickup With "old school", "traditional", and "nostalgic" being some of the top buzzwords in the car scene this very nicely done 1951 Mercury M100 is sure to fit right in. Formerly owned by the "Austin Speed Shop", not only is this truck unique by being an old Mercury Pickup, but it was done in that classic throwback hot rodder style that always grabs attention. On first glance you may think it is coated in primer but that special color is Hot Rod Flatz "Copper Pearl". Get it out in the sun and the paint really comes alive. Nicely laid down scallops grace the fenders. Additionally, the truck has some of the coolest pinstriping out there that were laid down by "Scratch". It accents the original style trim creating a very cool look. The original style grill and headlights are in place but the grill has been done in a combination of chrome and Black which work well together....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • February 26, 2015 03:25 PM
    Elkhart Indiana
     007 Ford Mustang by ROUSH! 07 roush stang! Year: 2007 Make / Model: Ford Mustang Mileage: 18611 Title Status: Clear Engine: 8 cyl. Transmission: Manual Exterior Color: ROUSH GRAY Doors: 2 Interior Color: -- Vehicle Description Car Specifications Price: $28,990 Item Location: FT. WAYNE, IN AREA Year: 2007 Make: Ford Model: Mustang Engine: V8 Engine Size: 427 HP BY ROUSH Exterior Color: ROUSH TUNGSTEN METLC. GRAY Interior Color: 2 TONE GRAY Transmission: 5 SPEED STICK image description Description: WOW SAVE THOUSANDS REDUCED ON FEB 26 15 TO $28,990.00 FIRM HERE''S THE SKINNY: ROUSH PRICE WHEN NEW; $58,000 MILES DRIVEN SINCE NEW: 18,611 SO YOU SAVE $29,000 FOR A CAR THAT IS LIKE NEW, NEVER BEEN SMOKED IN - ALWAYS GARAGED - NEVER BEEN DRIVEN IN RAIN, OR SNOW!! ADULT, MALE OWNER WAS A PERFECTIONIST AND VERY FUSSY SPECS; ONLY MADE 15 IN THIS COLOR RARE UPGRADED DELUX SEAT PACKAGE FROM ROUSH FACTORY. LOADED, H...More...
     
  • February 25, 2015 04:20 PM
    Concord North Carolina
     965 Mercury Monterrey Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     969 Dodge Charger If there's one muscle car we know will make the phone ring, it's this 1969 Dodge Charger. A perennial favorite among Mopar fans, this is arguably the best-looking powerhouse of the late-60s. Each of the three years has its proponents, so if you're a '69 fan, this one with its numbers-matching 383 and factory A/C probably warrants at least a phone call. It won't be here later, I can promise you that. Repainted in 2014, this super sharp Charger definitely has the look, from the hidden headlights up front to the razor-sharp fender lines, to the flying buttress C-pillars out back, and there's nothing else that looks like it. The Dark Green paint is the car's original color and we're always especially fond of Chargers with elegant and subtle paint jobs, simply because it lets the gorgeous body shape speak for itself. Aside from adding a black R/T "bumblebee" stripe around the tail, they restored it just the way it came out of the box, although Chrysler wasn't building anything this shiny in...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     970 Dodge Super Bee In 1970, the Dodge Super Bee's look changed, but the mission stayed the same: high performance at a reasonable price. This beautifully restored trophy-winner continues that tradition with correct 440 Six Pack big block performance, a long list of options including the desirable A33 Trak Pak group, tons of documentation, and a great look that proves Mopars only get better with age. It is also only a two owner car with the current owner having it since 1978. Muscle cars were never about subtlety, so why not go all-out? This gorgeous Super-Bee wears a correct coat of Sub-Lime and a high-contrast bumblebee stripe to great effect. Borrowing some styling tips from big brother Charger, the new Super Bee was altogether more sophisticated in 1970, beginning with a twin-grille look that would become a Mopar hallmark for the better part of that decade. All the steel on this car has been finessed into shape, probably better than new given how Chrysler was bolting stuff together back then, and it l...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     955 Chevrolet 3100 If you look through the Streeside Classics inventory, you'll see a few trucks like this 1955 Chevrolet 3100, but the ones for sale are only a fraction of the dozens we've had come through our doors. The simple fact is, these trucks just don't last long on the showroom floor, and the zooming prices and our inability to keep them in stock despite that fact suggests that they are very desirable collectables. They're also pretty darned good trucks. Hunter Green really dresses up the working-class 3100, and I'm guessing that very few of these trucks looked this bright when they were new. But who's complaining? This pickup looks fantastic! The paint isn't perfect, but it sure looks right on the curvy old truck sheetmetal, all of which is steel and in excellent shape. The bed is correctly restored and painted body color, and while it shows some signs of use, what's the point of having a pickup if you don't haul stuff with it? The stake sides are a nice touch, adding functionality and a bit of...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     954 Chevrolet Corvette Now before all the purists get upset that someone modified a somewhat rare 1954 Corvette, take a closer look. This one was skillfully built from the ground up as a tribute to Zora Arkus-Duntov's V8 test mule, the car that virtually guaranteed the Corvette's future. The fact that it also pares the early Corvette shape down to its bare essence only helps in the looks department and with modern tech under the skin, it remains highly usable every day. Everything on this car is newly restored within the last year and the custom body modifications closely mirror those used by Duntov to create a legitimate 150 MPH Corvette. The early Corvette's soft, doughy look is gone, replaced by a clean, pared-down racer look that's quite possibly the most attractive C1 ever built. No wasted pieces, no extraneous chrome, just straight fiberglass and that beautiful Corvette shape that simply speaks for itself. Build quality is quite good, although they were careful not to make it perfect in order to keep t...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     969 Ford Mustang The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is an icon among icons, a car from the pinnacle of the muscle car era that does more with less and as a result has become a blue-chip collectable. And for many of us, there's one in the past that got away, and now with prices on these cars skyrocketing, we thought we'd never get to own one of these awesome cars. Well, this 1969 Boss 302 proves that real Boss 302s are still out there for attainable prices. Now, we're not going to tell you that this is a perfect car, because you've already figured that out by the price. However, you're looking because you're interested in an affordable Boss, and this one is definitely a real-deal G-code Boss 302. It's an older restoration that's ready for driving, and if you've experienced a Boss 302 already, then you know that driving is what they do best. Code 9 Bright Yellow is this car's original color and it was pretty popular in 1969, probably because of how well it contrasts with the blacked out hood and Shinda-designed s...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     970 Chevrolet Camaro From a private collection this 1970 Camaro Rally Sport has been body-off restored to perfection. Sold new at City Chevrolet in San Diego, CA with a production date of April 3, 1970. Owner history dating back to 1990 with documentation of dealer delivery to City Chevrolet. This Camaro remained in California until 1990, CA blue plate on the car at the time of purchase included in sale. TRIM TAG identifies Van Nuys, CA 04A Build Date; 713 Black Custom Interior and 53 53 Camaro Gold Exterior Paint. No expense spared on the restoration using many NOS parts. Exterior â?" This real Rally Sport split bumper has excellent Camaro Gold paint with the Z28 strip package applied. It sports Z28 spoilers along with the correct vintage Z28 wheels/NOS trim rings/center caps to include Goodyear Polyglas tires. Over $900 spent on restoration of window trim with Restro-Trim. Interior â?" Black Custom Interior â?" Outstanding interior with upgrade of the Z28 dash gauge package. All gauges were restored by A...More...
     
  • February 24, 2015 12:00 AM
    Pensacola Florida
     932 Ford Roadster 1932 FORD ROADSTER...More...
     
  • February 21, 2015 10:41 AM
    Concord North Carolina
     978 Pontiac Firebird Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
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  • February 21, 2015 01:31 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     967 Ford Mustang Are you tired of red resto-mod Mustangs yet? Perhaps this stunning silver-over-red 1967 fastback will cure what ails you. The incredible build not only gives the car serious performance credentials, but it's so drop-dead gorgeous that people will follow you for miles just to ask you about it. It's that kind of car. The transformation on this Mustang isn't as dramatic as you'd think, but that's the quality talking to you. The bodywork is expertly done and the icy silver paint works better on the vintage Mustang body shell than you'd expect. It looks light, crisp, and clean, and with a full de-badging, very sleek. It's got a few signs of use, because, after all, who could blame a guy for climbing in and hitting the road in this car? The '67's details work exceptionally well, with the crease along the sides standing out clearly in silver and the hood seems ideally designed for the white stripes that stretch to the windshield and out over the deck lid. Nice, right? Even better, check out h...More...
     
  • February 21, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     964 Chevrolet Corvette Beautifully restored, fitted with a few smart upgrades like A/C and a 4-speed, plus a cackling small block under the hood, what more could you want from your mid-year except a split rear window? There's not much left that I can say about the Sting Ray that hasn't already been said, and since you're reading this, I'll assume that you really want to know about the car itself. Well, the original code 940 Satin Silver paint has given way to vivid Riverside Red, and who can argue with the results? The fiberglass underneath is very good with all of the usual Corvette issues handled properly and obviously they focused on getting it right rather than adding factory-style "imperfections." Gaps are quite even all around and thanks to the miracle of modern urethane paints, it has a deep, vivid shine that highlights all the Sting Ray's wonderful curves. All the brightwork was freshened, including the bumpers and ribbed rocker panel trim and even though the split window was gone, the glass in this ...More...
     
  • February 21, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     972 Ford Mustang The '71-'73 years of Ford Mustangs tends to have a polarizing effect on car enthusiasts. Regardless where you stand, there's no denying that they have become highly sought after by Mustang lovers. It's easy to see why when you take a look at this '72 Mustang convertible. Equipped with the numbers matching drivetrain and a killer look, its hard to go wrong with a pony car like this! Let's take a closer look. The incredible look is achieved through a nice two-tone paint scheme that decorates the body. A great coat of white and black really accentuates the curves of the 'Stang, while subtle chrome used throughout make it a real head turner. You'll notice right away that the black top is in good shape and ensures no matter the weather, you can enjoy your Mustang. Tucked under the front bumper is a black chin spoiler that sits below the twin headlights and famous Mustang emblem. The hood features twin inlets and is covered in more black to give it a nice intimidating look. The chrome, door ...More...
     
  • February 21, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     936 Ford Cabriolet Pro-built rods come in two flavors: fiberglass and steel. Like muscle cars, the ones that serious collectors choose to own are those made of metal, like this 1936 Ford, which is a real-deal cabriolet built by Ford. Powered by a 350 cubic inch V8 and beautifully finished inside and out, it's a multiple show winner and a look at the details will tell you all you need to know about why. Steel adds value, and while the fiberglass makers have come a long way, most enthusiasts prefer the Henry Ford original whenever they can get it, so this one features a Henry Ford body that's been smoothed, massaged, and updated for a truly trick look. It's still unmistakably a 1936 Ford, even bathed in that incredible two-tone paint job with trick airbrushed graphics on its flanks. The timeless Art-Deco shape of the '36 Ford never goes out of style, and the details that make this car special include the custom wrap-around grille with matching hood inserts, slick two-piece bumpers, shaved handles and hinge...More...
     
  • February 21, 2015 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     965 Chevrolet Impala Chevy's Impala practically defines full-sized muscle, and this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS delivers a sleek resto-mod look that's still big on performance. The two-tone color scheme emphasizes the Imp's awesome shape, and the strong-running LT1 engine provides the performance to back it up. It's obvious now that you've seen it, but the Impala's 1965 redesign is perfect for the two-tone combination. The sleek roofline is a big part of it, and while the car undeniably got bigger, it also got sleeker. The cowl induction hood adds to the overall look of smooth speed and the way the color break follows the fender line accents the often overlooked curve just behind the doors. The work was done a while ago but thanks to careful ownership and plenty of hand waxing, it's holding up very well and still shines well enough to attract attention at cruise nights. They did the job right, with crisp masking between the two colors as well as lots of time spent blocking all that sheetmetal so the reflectio...More...
     
 
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