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  • December 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    Sutter Creek California
     964 Chevy C10 1964 Chevy c10 big window, Shortbed stepside pickup, 327, auto...More...
     
  • December 20, 2014 11:21 AM
    Concord North Carolina
     975 Pontiac 2-dr Hardtop Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 08:48 PM
    Fort Pierce Florida
     939 LaSalle 4-dr Sedan 1939 Lasalle all steel street rod with air conditioning...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 03:54 PM
     007 Ford Mustang The car was purchased in 2007 as a GT500 from the factory and was then sent to Shelby America where it was upgraded and became a 40th anniversary Shelby edition. If that wasn't enough the car was then taken a step further when it received Super Snake power which consisted of a high performance Roush Ford Racing Supercharger. Plus is got the $20,000 Super Snake hood added. The car easily cranks out 725 horsepower and is a true performance machine. The 5.4L Supercharged V8 combined with a Tremec 6 speed makes it a very tough competitor on the street....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 03:45 PM
     969 Chevy Corvette Everyone who knows Corvettes have their favorite body style. Well if your a fan of the C3 this is a classic you need to check out. This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette combines a high quality restoration with some rare features making it among the nicest out there. This was the second year for the C3 Corvette and was early enough in this line of body styles to still have nice chrome work and a vintage look. Later down the road for the C3 a lot of the chrome/trim work gets eliminated so many find the earlier years more desirable. In addition to looking incredibly nice, the car is a factory 427 car which are highly sought after....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 03:23 PM
     970 Mercury Cougar "The mood is upbeat. The spirit is untamed. The car is Cougar.” This was one of the many taglines Mercury used in their sales brochure for the classic Mercury Cougar. These cars were incredibly unique and built to perform. This 1970 Cougar is a nice driver and is a factory XR7 edition which included simulated wood trim, a tachometer, an electric clock and special wheel covers. The exterior is coated in a bright yellow that suits the look of the car nicely. This is paired with nice chrome bumpers, stainless trim, and one of the most uniquely designed front grills made. ....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 03:16 PM
     962 Chevy Bel Air Greatly resembling the Impala the Bel Airs were great looking classics. This 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air is a really nice car that needs very little to be considered a complete, restored car. Most of the work has already been done and it needs very little to be finished out. Coated in a Burgundy and Silver two tone paint the cars exterior is all done. The body panels are all very straight and the car is rust free. The paint has a very slick finish and beautiful shine. This paired with the beautiful chrome work gives the car a great look. Nice chrome wheels sit under all four corners and are wrapped with Firestone Firehawk tires.....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 03:06 PM
     011 Ford Mustang The 2011 Ford Mustang incorporated some redesigns from the previous years and is one of the most popular styles released. There are others out there for sale but you are going to have a tough time finding one even half as nice as this one. It has been meticulously maintained and detailed out since new. There is no doubting that the owner cares for his investment as the car looks like new despite being driven 118,000 highway miles. Don't let that odometer scare you though because within the last 4,000 it has received all new brakes and tires. Plus, it has never missed any standard factory services or maintenance requirements....read the full description or check out classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 19, 2014 02:48 PM
     971 Chevy Chevelle This 1971 Chevelle is a true documented super sport. It comes with the original build sheet and window sticker. The car currently resides with the second owner who purchased it in 2002 from the original owner in California. It has 18,000 miles at that time and the original owner purchased the car in high school and drove it for 2 years before he entered into the service and stored the car away. Prior to being sold this car was a dealer demonstrator car. If you were in the market for a Chevelle and went to the dealership this classic would be parked on the showroom floor so the dealer could demonstrate all of its features live and in person. In additional to all of that original documentation the car comes with the dealer demonstrator book which showed the salesman how to promote this car against their competition.....check out the full description or classicalgasmotors.com for additional information!...More...
     
  • December 18, 2014 04:41 PM
    Concord North Carolina
     009 Harley Looking for a classic car, muscle car, sports car, exotic car, or antique car? AutoBarn Classic Cars has your investment wheels....More...
     
  • December 16, 2014 11:11 AM
    Elkhart Indiana
     931 Ford hiboy Reduced! Vette v8 FI 31 ford all steel tudor rod veete v8 and rear end...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     968 Dodge Charger Brute force meets elegance in this incredible 1968 Dodge Charger resto-mod. You can't get past the brutal look which quietly screams horsepower, and inside you'll find 440 cubes of Mopar's finest to back up the image. It's subtle in a not-so-subtle way, a car that gets a lot of attention without having to scream about it. The color is called Pewter, and it's borrowed from the GM color pallet, and it works exceptionally well on a performance car; after all, it debuted on the C5 Corvette. It's so fresh you can almost smell the wet paint and if there's a better looking canvas than a '68 Charger, I can't imagine what it might be. The sharp edges are highlighted by the glowing paint and the combination of the soft hue and black accents makes for a very intimidating package. Fit and finish are excellent, far better than most Mopars of the era, and most of the exterior trim, including the bumpers, mirrors, door handles, and even the bezels around the cool little round side marker lights were ...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     966 Plymouth Valiant Lightweight sleepers aren't anything new, but in a sea of Novas and Falcons, this 1966 Plymouth Valiant stands out. It nails the low-key look you need for a sleeper and backs it with a 360 cubic inch V8 that makes this unassuming 2-door more than a match for much more potent machinery. Repainted less than two years ago, this 2-door Valiant has seemingly led a good life. Survival rates on these cars is quite low, and while they were popular back in the day, not many achieved collector status and as a result they were used up and thrown away. Somehow this one survived and got rejuvenated in a big way, because the black paint looks extremely good. There are a few scratches and nicks here and there, which are unavoidable with black paint, but the clean bodywork shines throughout. It's got a few custom tricks that make it look even more sinister, starting with some painted trim, a general d-chroming, and an industrial-strength look that's usually reserved for this car's bigger brothers. Fit...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     957 Chevrolet Bel Air Some of the best custom cars are those that don't mess with the original styling. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop looks pretty stock at first glance. Sure, it's lowered and has some flashy wheels, but it's only after you look under the skin that the extent of the modifications become apparent, and wow, are they impressive! How about a fuel injected big block, a leather-lined interior, and all the modern conveniences. The best of both worlds? You bet! When you imagine a '57 Chevy, something very similar to this Matador Red Bel Air hardtop probably springs to mind. And that's for a very good reason, because it's perhaps the #1 most popular hobby car of the '50s, and surely one of the top five of all time. It's got just the right combination of elegance, flash, and practicality that makes these Bel Airs popular year after year. At any rate, this one is beautifully finished, which is relatively easy when you start with a west coast car that spent its life in the desert. It's all origin...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     957 Chevrolet 210 It's no secret that we love 1957 Chevys here at Streetside Classics, but the way they sell also proves that there are plenty of fans out there for these classics as well! With timeless looks and the ability to become just about anything you can imagine, there are few better choices for your next car than this lovely 1957 210 4-door post sedan. Covered in a correct coat of its original Surf Green, today it absolutely stands out due to the Epoxy Primer with Imron paint. Simply put, this pastel queen knows how to combine style and class like royalty. Thanks to the great color green and contrasting white, the chrome comes to life accenting the lines of the car and giving this four door sedan the wow factor. You already know that chrome isn't cheap, and the '57 is literally covered in it, amazingly this includes the original bumpers that have been re-chromed. So there's a small fortune wrapped up in the details on this car and the results speak for themselves. From the front grille to the b...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     966 Shelby Cobra For sheer thrills on the road, nothing beats a Cobra. Built to look traditional, this gorgeous blue Shelby replica delivers big V8 thrills with razor-sharp handling, all wrapped in a package that looks like it could have rolled out of the Shelby American factory forty-five years ago. Classic Motor Carriages has been building Shelby Cobras longer than just about anyone but Shelby American, but even the best fiberglass needs expert prep, so this one received hours and hours of sanding and smoothing before the Guardsman Blue paint was applied. And since Cobras always look naked without them, a set of slick Titanium Silver stripes were added in the correct proportions, then trimmed with burnt orange pinstripes, giving this roadster the look of having come right off the show field, not just the racing grid. Fit and finish are well above average, and it obvious this build was not done in someone's home garage, but by the pros at York Sports Cars in Ashland, Virginia. The doors fit well, the ...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     965 Plymouth Fury III Cars like this 1965 Plymouth Fury III were muscle cars before we knew to call them muscle cars. Pared-down mid-size hardtops stuffed with big block engines were a Mopar specialty, and this Fury doesn't disappoint. In fact, this might be one of the best deals we have in our showroom right now. If you are looking for a classic that packs big block power under the hood that you can unleash on the open streets without feeling guilty about it, then this is the classic for you. Visually the body lines of the Fury are still as desirable today, as they were the day it rolled out of the factory. Still covered in a correct coat of Ice Blue, the cantilevered roof line was a Chrysler trademark throughout the '60s, and it works especially well here, imparting a sleek look to the otherwise conservative Fury. At the front, you'll find the unmistakable stacked headlights that flank the famous red, white and blue Plymouth emblem. The chrome and trim throughout the body is in really good shape, especial...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     957 Chevrolet 3100 This Chevy Task Force era truck will bring some blue skies to a cloudy day. With a bold personality mixed with the charm and style that came with the fabulous fifties, this truck is made to turn heads on the road. With plenty of power stemming from a fresh 350 to get around, there should be no stopping you! This Tropic Turquoise beauty brings brightness to a world filled with the same old same old painted autos. During its extensive restoration, the truck was lowered just a bit, giving it a nice sturdy stance, while not dropping it so much that it renders the truck useless. The open grille and hood lines distinguish this truck as the '57 it is, and having a contrasting tan color in the grille has made the front end really stand out. The emblems have been shaved to give the exterior a clean look that doesn't distract from the lines of the shapely fenders. The oak planks of the truck bed have been replaced and look fantastic providing a nice contrast against the Turquoise. This American ...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     970 Dodge Challenger Chrysler's E-body twins, the Cuda and the Challenger, remain A-list muscle and this 1970 Dodge Challenger offers all the explanation you'll need. In-your-face aggressive, it backs up its awesome look with a 440 cubic inch big block and Six Pack induction, suggesting that if you have the proverbial big stick, walking softly is purely optional. OK, we'll deal with the obvious stuff first: the blacked-out nose. If it's not for you, that's OK, but if you like your muscle to look a little sinister, then please stick around because this one gets everything right. The graphite colored hood treatment that extends to the fenders is actually quite nicely done, with crisp masking and a cool satin finish that looks slick. It follows the contours of the fenders, leading you to a set of Road Runner style stripes that finish the look. Underneath, there's Hemi Orange paint that's in excellent condition, the perfect foundation for a fast car that's used to getting attention. Panel alignment is quite go...More...
     
  • December 14, 2014 01:30 AM
    Charlotte North Carolina
     965 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III The last of the big Healeys, this 1965 BJ8 Mark 3 is a wonderfully maintained 3-owner car that also happens to be the most desirable of the bunch. Finished in a traditional color combination that sparkles, as well as a gorgeous interior, it offers more than $7500 worth of recent work and a known history dating back to day one. There's no more appropriate color on a big Healey than Healey Blue, although this one was originally British Racing Green, which might be a close second. Repainted about ten years ago, this big roadster still looks great with only minor signs of use, which it wears like badges of honor. A long life down in Atlanta means that the usual rust demons were kept at bay with this one and it's one of those rare cars that has been properly maintained all its life and therefore never needed a full frame-off restoration. Clean bodywork has factory-style gaps and great panel alignment so it looks properly assembled and the way it feels is unique to cars that have never been ...More...
     
 
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