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  • July 03, 2015 05:21 PM
    
			
			968 Chevy Camaro The classic late 60's Camaro is arguably one of the most identifiable muscle cars out there and of this style of Camaro many would describe the 1968 model as their favorite. One look at the side profile and there is no question where the inspiration for the newer Camaros came from. These cars look extremely tough and will never lose their fanbase. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro was completely restored in Austin, TX and a complete documentation of the build comes with the car. It was a very high quality build and virtually every component except for the body and frame is brand new. In fact, the entire drivetrain of the car was just gone through AGAIN to insure everything is solid and reliable. This is a car you can have the confidence in to drive you anywhere!...read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 03:06 PM
    Concord North Carolina
    
			
			005 Chevy Corvette Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 01:31 PM
    
			
			981 Pontiac Firebird Classical Gas Motors specializing in the sale and purchase of Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, Streetrod and Special Interest Cars, The most comprehensive Classic Car & Collector Classic Car resources available to hobbyist and enthusiasts....More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 12:01 PM
    Fort Pierce Florida
    
			
			940 Chevy 2-dr Sedan 1940 Chevy sedan street rod daily driver with air conditioning. Great highway cruiser....More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			968 Plymouth GTX That's right, kids, it's big, bad, blown, and pink. Of course, with 800 horsepower on tap, nobody's going to underestimate this spectacular 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible. Beautifully built and ready to rock, this is a car that works on the track but really lives on the street. You have to be on a mission to build a car like this and paint it Panther Pink. You also have to know that doing so will attract A LOT of attention, so they went the extra mile to give all those onlookers something interesting to look at. And this is no race car where cosmetics came second. No, panel fit is excellent, especially for a high-horsepower convertible, and that paint certainly cost a pretty penny. The hood is blacked out, but it's gloss black, so it's easier to maintain and gives the car a slightly different look (as if it needed help in that department). The sheetmetal hasn't been radically modified, and they even managed to stuff those giant rear tires under the stock quarters, so there was no surger...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			969 Plymouth Road Runner High performance with a low sticker price has always been the Road Runner's calling card. Today, they're highly-sought collectables due to the fact that the formula still works. This particular 1969 Road Runner offers a numbers-matching 383 cubic inch big block, an ultra-clean interior, and several performance upgrades that make it a car that will make you smile every time you turn the key. And it still won't break the bank. This 'Bird was restored a few years ago and the bodywork remains straight and clean, with sharply rendered creases on the quarters and decent panel alignment. B3 Ice Blue paint is quite nice, and if you're going to drive it, it's ideal-with those stripes and the hood decorations, nobody will mess with you on the street. These were never intended to be show pieces, and you Mopar fans who were around when they were new already know that they were never perfect, even off the showroom floor. Instead, it has a purposeful look that is ready to rumble, and still presents ...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			971 Dodge Challenger Are you looking for the ultimate in Mopar muscle? Take a look at this nicely restored 426 Hemi Challener!? If you're a Mopar guy you already know that Hemi power is the holy grail of automotive muscle, and once you're behind of the wheel of this Challenger, you'll see why. Hemi power mated to a four speed pistol-grip and a growling exhaust make for the ultimate in street intimidation, and the real question isn't whether or not you want this car. No, it's a question of how you can be the first to throw down your deposit and take it home! Who doesn't like a Sublime Green E-body? Nobody we know, that's for sure. It's an awesome color that accentuates every line on the Challenger's body. It's bright and loud and fun, and the car's builder really let it be the star. There's a Rallye hood instead of a Shaker, no decals, and no black tape stripes anywhere. A simple set of R/T badges, chrome hood pins, and Hemi callout badges on the hood let you say just enough to be heard without looking like...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			955 Chevrolet Bel Air The true measure of a great design is whether it ages well. In the case of this 1955 Chevy Bel Air, the answer is unquestionably that it is one of the greatest automotive designs of all time. Beautifully restored with a few subtle upgrades, this shoebox Chevy is a high-quality piece that is equally at home on the show field or the highway. Finished in India Ivory over Burgundy, there's no mistaking a 1955 Chevy for anything else. The design was game-changing when it was new, and even today it remains a benchmark for all car guys. Sooner or later, we all want to own a Tri-Five Chevy, don't we? The classic lines and restrained use of chrome and brightwork make it difficult to improve on the original, so the builder of this 2-door coupe wisely chose to simply restore it to an extremely high standard. Paint and bodywork are quite good, with a finish that's just a light cut-and-buff away from being a show-contender. Gaps are good all around, and the entire car fits together in a way that mo...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			966 Chevrolet C10 Are trucks the new muscle car? This stunning 1966 Chevy C10 makes an impressive argument. With a built small block, a 4-speed, and bright red paint, it fits the bill and definitely delivers the goods. The regular cab/short bed combination is the one you want if performance is your goal in a pickup, with a few tasteful upgrades, this one looks menacing without radical mods. With classic proportions and a nose-down attitude, it looks fast and functional at the same time. Workmanship is excellent throughout, and you know someone spent a lot of time to get this one right. Completed in 2012, the paint is definitely vivid, which you'd expect from a truck that has won as many trophies as this one has, and the bright GM Victory Red suits the pickup perfectly. These trucks also offer a bunch of neat details, like the mini "spoiler" on the rear of the cab, hood-mounted parking lights, and just enough chrome to make it sparkle. Experts will note that's a 1956 Chevy hood ornament, but it seems to ...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			955 Chevrolet 210 We sell a whole lot of Tri-Five Chevys like this pretty 1955 Chevy 210. Why? Because their classic looks never go out of style, they're easy to modify and typically run and drive like modern cars, and a lot of folks grew up with fond memories of cars just like this. In fact, if I had to name the perfect hobby car, it might be something just like this. Bright red looked great in 1955 and it still looks fantastic today, a tribute to the quality of the Chevy's design. This car was treated to some high-quality care during its rejuvenation, but it respected the original design. That means no chopping, no cutting, no shaving, but plenty of attention paid to things like gaps and finish quality. It's the details on a car like this that make it stand out (well, that and the sizzling red paint), and when it catches your eye, there's nothing on it that will disappoint you. The doors fit well, the line around the trunk lid is even, and the brightly polished stainless side trim between the doors an...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			965 Plymouth Sport Fury If you were at the Indianapolis 500 in 1965, you saw a Plymouth Sport Fury convertible very much like this serving as the pace car. 1500 replicas were built for sale to the public, but when was the last time you saw one? Nicely restored and a neat piece of Indy history, this ragtop offers more than you'd expect. Pace cars are popular collector pieces because they are tied directly to a specific event, and this one makes good use of its long body and bright white paint to show off a complete decal set. The restoration stuck to the factory recipe, using the right colors to make it true to form. Workmanship is quite good, about what you'd get if you bought it new, and the white finish has a great shine that's easy to maintain. Everything fits together well, and with that long body and the stainless trim that reaches from end to end, there's really no place for shoddy work to hide on this car. The decals were reproduced exactly and professionally installed, so they fit right and look great...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			963 Buick LeSabre Short of a pink 1959 Cadillac, I can't think of better ways to collect thumbs-up gestures than this 1963 Buick LeSabre convertible. Everybody loves the wild Rose Mist paint, and with Buick's famous Nailhead V8 under the hood, performance is impressive for a big luxury cruiser. If you like full-sized comfort with a big dose of personality on the side, this LeSabre is the right choice. Yes, that is the original color and yes, it really is pink metallic. But you have to remember the period, with some of the '50s pastels still hanging around and the jet age starting to take off, so it's a brilliant combination of the two. The massive LeSabre got a facelift in 1963 that knocked off some of the pointed edges of the previous year, giving even this brightly colored one a dignified look. It's big, no doubt about that, but there were bigger Buicks and this one delivers sporty performance without casting a shadow the size of the QEII. Paint and bodywork are quite good, certainly good enough to pu...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			956 Buick Special If you're a fan of chrome, then this 1956 Buick Special will certainly hold a special appeal. For many, the appeal of the smallest Buick can be explained by its big car comfort and power and Chevy-sized package, making for one formidable factory hot-rod. The "CMC" paint code on the cowl tag is for the tri-tone combination that was popular on '50s Buicks, sandwiching code M Seminole Red between code C Dover White top and side coves for a truly dazzling effect. No paint job in 1956 ever looked this good, which we can credit to modern paint technology, and the finish will probably look this good for years to come thanks to durable materials. It's clear someone did their homework, because this sucker fits together extremely well. And talk about chrome! That massive grille is composed of dozens of separate pieces, each of which was stripped, polished, plated, and reinstalled to create the grinning countenance that is the Buick front end. Impressive! Of course, it also includes the three "ve...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			963 Chevrolet Impala If you wanted full-sized performance in the early 1960s, the biggest name in the game was Impala. With a half-dozen V8 engines, a dizzying array of performance-enhancing options, and styling that still turns heads today, this 1963 Impala delivers. This one has been tastefully modified to make it an effortless cruiser but retains the timeless character that makes these cars such popular collector's items today. Ermine White was an original color on the '63 Impala, and it never goes out of style. On this car, it looks fantastic rendered in two-stage urethane, and it's always refreshing to see a period Impala hardtop that hasn't been dressed up like a fake SS. The white paint also emphasizes the Impala's length, and someone spent the time to get the bodywork right, so it looks extremely trim and sleek. It's a few years old, so it's not perfect, but the impact is there and everyone will notice this big Imp pulling into the parking lot. The chrome and bright pieces remain in place, and have...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			954 Plymouth Belvedere The "Big Three" were quite a bit different in the early 1950s, but you can see that Plymouth was a player with this handsome 1954 Plymouth Belvedere hardtop. Believed to have just 52,172 original miles, it is the stylish alternative to the "been there, done that" Fords and Chevys. With period-perfect colors, this Belvedere is a hit everywhere it goes. The Santa Rosa Coral paint is fairly fresh and looks right on the curvy early '50s shape. It doesn't use modern metallics, so it feels appropriate even though it's modern urethane, and a quick cut and buff would easily take it to the next level. As a good, solid original car, the way it fits together is pretty much what you would have gotten in 1954 and there's a reassuring solidity to how the doors close and the way the hood latches shut. There are no replacement panels available for cars like this, so all the pieces you see on it are factory-issue and you can see how Chrysler was experimenting with tailfins and "jet-age" trim in the ear...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			972 Chevrolet Chevelle This awesome 1972 Chevelle SS doesn't just think outside the box, it thought all over the box and then burned its house down. The formula may be familiar (a big, honkin' 396) but the details are what set this one apart from the also-rans that you see at all the car shows. It's impressive. Following a 2-year frame-off restoration, this brute-force Chevelle delivers on every front, but there's no sneaking around the fact that the high-impact yellow paint is an attention-grabber. The Chevelle's sheetmetal has been properly finessed, and is as attractive as it was in '72, there's really no reason to try to reinvent the wheel. Note the gently flared fenders, the pointed hood with a custom scoop, and that black vinyl roof accents the subtle crease on the C-pillars. Vivid yellow paint is period-perfect and the SS stripes look right on the A-body sheetmetal, although as you can see, there are a few tricks here, too, including flames licking across the hood scoop that will have most onlookers d...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			972 Chevrolet Chevelle If you need a cool hauler for your shop, a fun piece of muscle that's different from everyone else's, or you're like me and just dig wagons, this 1972 Chevelle is an awesome find. Restored a few years ago and stuffed with a ZZ3 crate motor, it's the ideal long-haul ride for the guy who has everything and likes to take it wherever he goes. These are actually quite rare, as most of them met their fates as the family trickster and rotted away before anyone could even think about saving one as a collectors' item, but here it is. The '72 wagons have the same great front end as the rest of the Chevelle lineup, with single headlights and a blacked-out grille. The paint was done about seven years ago in what sure looks like Butternut Yellow, and it gives the big wagon a svelte look that fits its muscle car intentions. All that steel is quite straight and if this one spent its summers at the Grand Canyon or cruising to Disneyworld, all the scars have been erased. The paint work was done quite w...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			947 Hudson Pickup Hands-down, Hudson pickup trucks like this 1947 example, are the best-looking utility vehicles ever built. Sure, this one has trick paint and a ton of time invested in the cosmetics, but looking underneath all that, you'll find the most perfectly proportioned pickup ever designed. Add in some Hornet-style horsepower and a functional interior, and you have an impressive cruiser that will always stand out in a crowd. Just look at that long, pointed hood, the perfect proportions between the front end and the bed, and those gently tapering fenders that seem to suggest speed, even on a pickup truck. Yes, this one is a work of art. On top of that lovely factory sheetmetal (and yes, it's all original-no reproduction stuff for Hudsons) someone laid down some show-worthy electric magenta paint that dances in the sunlight. And if that wasn't enough, a full set of traditional flames lick across the front end to truly make a statement. And even if bright metallic pink with flames isn't your style,...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			968 Chevrolet Impala It shouldn't be news to anyone that big Impalas like this 1968 hardtop are being snatched up by collectors as quickly as we can find them. V8 power, full-sized comfort, lots of options, and a great oversized muscle car look and you have one of the sleeper hits of the last few years. This one is a good, clean car in an unusual color that will be fun to drive and will undoubtedly attract a lot of attention at shows. The color is called Ash Gold, and it's one of those funky yet cool colors from the '60s that stayed under the radar when it was new and looks totally period slick today. The GT paint code says it also had a Palomino Ivory top, but when it was repainted a few years ago, they went with a single tone and I think it works better that way when you have this much sheetmetal to deal with. It certainly looks sharp and crisp, particularly the arches over the rear quarters, suggesting that it was a clean car to start with, since this stuff isn't available from the aftermarket. No, it's...More...
     
  • July 03, 2015 02:05 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
    
			
			935 Chevrolet Cabriolet Chevy fans, feeling left out in the cold when it comes to mid-30s hot rods? Look no further than this sharp 1935 Chevy cabriolet, which has similar styling to the more common '34 Ford but offers a bowtie twist and extensive recent service so it's ready to cruise this summer. The body is by Downs Fiberglass and accurately captures the unique Chevy shape, which is streamlined like many mid-30s cars but still has upright classic design cues. Flowing fenders, a V-shaped grille, and a curvaceous deck lid give it a sleek look a look emphasized by the chopped windshield and relative lack of ornamentation. The fiberglass is nicely finished and still looks great even though it was finished in 2005. Bright red paint stands out and doesn't need graphics or pinstripes to look fantastic. The chunky body looks more muscular than your run-of-the-mill Ford cabriolet. The wide grille has a shiny insert flanked by a pair of King-Bee-style headlamps, but any evidence of bumpers or other extraneous trim h...More...
     
 
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