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      • 1923 Buick 28-55 Touring Convertible
        • Price: $34,900
        • Stock Number: 10918
        • Engine: 242ci I6
        • Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
        • Mileage: 70612 Believed Original Miles
        • VIN: 1023947
        • Exterior Color: Maroon
        • Interior Color: Maroon Vinyl

          The 1923 Buick 28-55 Touring Convertible, the ultimate in cruising, with the top down and wind in your hair. That unique sound of a vintage automobile and everyone you pass stops and points as you smile and wave back accepting their admirations. Yes, 94 years young and still turning heads. This 1923 Buick is a joy to behold, drive and own. Can you picture yourself cruising the neighborhood in this American classic? The distinctive sound, the classic look and the uga horn, which gives it, added character. Show the kid down the block what 31 inch rims look like. This is a family car. It's meant to be driven. Load up the kids or grandchildren and cruise the neighbourhood, drive to the park for a picnic or cruise to the local Sonic for a burger.

          The body is finished in burgundy paint with black fenders and a burgundy interior. The radiator cowling, bumpers, headlight bezels, door handles and assorted trim are in a chrome finish. The burgundy interior seats and carpet are in good condition. The top canvas is white in color. The wood spoke wheels are detailed with pin striping. The rear spare tire carrier holds one spare tire.

          The car had a cosmetic restoration and is mostly original, and still has the original leather seats. 3 speed stick shift transmission with reverse gear. The peddles as in today's cars consisting of clutch, brake, and accelerator. The 1923 has a combination electric starter and generator. Another innovation for Buick was the overhead valve train which is still in use today. Overall, the 1923 Buick was ahead of its time in engineering, comfort, and design. A great 94-year old, American Made, classic. The car is in good mechanical working order and in its original configuration, no non-period modifications to mechanics with original seats and interior side panels too. Yes, it has some love marks because it is a family car, well-loved and driven instead of just sitting to be admired. Our understanding from the previous owners is that this car was used as a parade car at the Indy 500 for parade laps. The '23 still has the 1961 500 Festival plate on it as well. There is nothing major to worry about from a cosmetic stand point. A good solid, straight car with another 94 years of enjoyment just waiting for you!

          This is an older restoration but owned and maintained by the same family as part of their collection of many antique and classic cars for the last 25 years. This Buick looks great and runs good. This is a very usable antique car and great for touring or family outings.

          Please call or email with any questions!

        • 1929 Ford Hi Boy
          • Price: $39,900
          • Stock Number: 10732
          • Engine: 355ci V8 4-Bolt Main
          • Transmission: 350 Turbo Automatic
          • Mileage: 12000 Highly Maintained Miles Since Build
          • VIN: A89977329
          • Exterior Color: Porsche India Red
          • Interior Color: Tan

            We received this outstanding highboy from the original builder recently and it was truly a labor of love. What really grabs the eye here is the very clean workmanship and attention to detail. Practically everything shy of the upholstery and paint is a product of his expert craftsmanship. He started working on this in 1983, and over a period of nine years, patiently built it step by step to his exacting standards.

            Starting with an A. I. fiberglass body and a set of original deuce rails, he then narrowed the Gennie frame two inches, and notched the bottom of the body to clean it up a little and make it sit down on the '32 frame better. The body was further updated by fabricating a rolled rear pan and chopping the windshield posts four inches, the detailing them for a clean fit to the body.

            Under a custom Steve Hardin three-piece aluminium hood rests a very reliable 4-bolt 350, that is now a 355. The .030 overbore, HEI ignition, and four-barrel Holly 600 atop an Edelbrock Performer ensure trouble-free cruising. The front end is based around a four-inch dropped Super Bell axle that rides on Posies spring and four-bar system. The rear axle is a Ford eight-inch unit riding on a pair of Alden coil-over shocks, using 170 pound springs, with a Pete and Jake ladder bar system. The front brakes are JFZ discs. The hefty five-spoke 10-inch wide rear wheels are from American Racing. The matching front wheels are four inches wide. Tires are in great condition.

            A Boyd dash insert plays an integral part of the interior, which includes VDO cockpit gauges, a three-spoke Lecarra steering wheel, and a custom stitched and very comfortable bench seat with plenty of leg room.

            With over 25 trophies (including several Best of Show) this is a beautiful highboy that has been driven about 1500 miles per year, showing 12,00 highly maintained miles. It's in pristine condition and needs nothing.

            Please call or email with any questions!

        • 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
          • Price: $19,900
          • Stock Number: 10945
          • 200ci Inline 4
          • Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
          • Mileage: 67771 Believed Original Miles
          • VIN: A3236735
          • Exterior Color: Blue & Black Fenders
          • Interior Color: Red Vinyl
          • One Family Owned

            We like the Ford Model A Roadster because it's one of those great classics that don't discriminate. They can be appreciated by nearly anyone no matter their mechanical skill or financial ability. This 1931 Model A Roadster is the perfect example of an affordable classic that chugs down the road with ease and gets smiles wherever it goes.

            The '31 convertible is one of the best ways to enjoy the Model A. The two-tone Blue and black paint keeps everything period correct, while at the same time, gives this classic a nice impression of sophistication, especially when the sunlight hits it to give the to two deep colors a true distinction.

            Open the door and you'll see the seats, door panels, and top are believed to be original. Everything feels authentic from the classic four-spoke steering wheel to the bright instrument panel. But no one has tried to ruin this time machines atmosphere with bulky aftermarket parts like air conditioning or a radio. Instead, this thoroughly correct interior means raising the front windshield and putting the top down to get your ventilation the way families did a few generations ago. This '31 has had paint and body work, along with the motor being rebuilt 20 plus years ago and at the time of rebuilding the motor, the motor has had hardened valve seats put in to be able to run on unleaded gas.

            The engine has been under the good maintenance of a careful owner/driver. So, you have a strong runner. This classic motor is the backbone of the Ford Motor Company, so when it's a runner like this, you feel instantly connected with history with every chug of the exhaust. The torquey engine is great for parade routes and can keep up with traffic around town. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly with a quick double-clutch and the brakes are effective for a vehicle with modest performance and light weight. In total, this 85+ year-old is still a fun runabout.

            Great colors, great material, and a great price - this is the right Model A for those people who love driving their history. If that's you, it's time to hurry up and call today!

            Email or Call withy any questions!

        • 1936 Ford Roadster Convertible
          • Price: $39,900
          • Stock Number: 10415
          • Engine: 350ci V8
          • Transmission:350 Turbo Automatic/li>
          • Exterior Color: Burgundy
          • Interior Color: Burgundy and Gray Leather
            • This outstanding sedan was built in 1999 and driven very little only on dry summer days. It was designed to be both a show and go machine. Those goals were accomplished and beyond. Only the very best parts, paint, and mechanical components were used in building this very cool and different street rod.

              It has undergone a complete frame-off in the process. The original steel sedan body has been chopped, smoothed, shaved and frenched. The fiberglass front fenders have late model recessed rectangular headlights. The custom tail lights are molded in. A custom fabricated, molded hood and scoop has been added for extra appeal.

              The interior has been custom fabricated with a solid oak dash unit holding the VDO gauges and heating controls. The front bucket seats are wrapped in tan velour and vinyl, matching the custom built rear bench seat. The door panels, kick plates, and headliner are installed to matching specifications. A GM late model tilting column holds the chrome Grant 3-spoke steering wheel that turns the Mustang II with rack-n-pinion effortlessly.

              The custom boxed frame holds the rebuilt and slightly modified small block Chevy in place. Many high performance parts have been used throughout the drive train. This car is in overall great condition inside and out and has passed an NSRA 23-point safety inspection.

              This is a show and street machine that won't get lost in the crowd. Please call or email for more information.

        • 1937 Chevrolet Street Rod
          • Price: $29,900
          • Stock Number: 10905
          • Engine: 355ci V8
          • Transmission: Turbo 350 Automatic w/Shift Kit RWD
          • Mileage: 3738 Miles on build
          • VIN: GC285661
          • Exterior Color: GM Victory Red Clearcoat
          • Interior Color: Grey Tweed Bucket Seats
          • AM/FM/Cassette Stereo Radio 350ci Bored .30 to 355ci
          • 4 Bolt Main

            Offered here we have a 1937 Chevrolet Street Rod Truck. This street rod gets enormous attention and thumbs up everywhere it goes. The steel cab sits on a custom frame which was built with 2 inch by 3 inch materials. The bed is original but has been cut down and has a new hickory bed. Sitting in the bed of the truck is a new Harwood 8-gallon fuel cell. The front is a Mustang II Rack and Pinion, the front spindles are from an 84 S-10 Blazer with a 2 inch drop and 11 inch rotors. The rear end is also from an 84 S-10 Blazer. The exterior was painted in GM truck victory red with a clear coat finish and has a great look and shine!

            When you open the door, and sit in the Pro Custom seats, you are presented with a new wood dash and all new gauges, Tachometer, and speedometer. The interior is done in a grey tweed cloth and has all new tinted glass.

            Turn the key and fire up the '69 Chevy 350 which has been bored .30 over to a 355, has World heads, 202 intake stainless valves, 194 exhaust valves, Block Hugger polished headers, and polished side pipes. Comp cam lifters, Comp intake, roller rockers and an Edelbrock carb. The '37 has a 4-bolt main and a 350 Turbo automatic with a shift kit. The vehicle was CAT certified and weighed at 2480 pounds.

            Despite the availability of components, building a quality street rod that looks, runs, and drives as it should, is still a serious undertaking. The builders of this Chevy didn't cut a single corner, and it shows from every angle. With all the right parts, and tasteful looks that will always draw a crowd, this slick little street rod would be a great addition to any garage. Don't miss the chance to park it in yours!

            Email or call us with any questions or to stop by our showroom to see in person!

        • 1937 GMC Truck Street Rod
          • Price: $39,900
          • Stock Number: 10795
          • Engine: Chevy 350w/mild 350 RV Cam. 4 Bolt Mains
          • Transmission: Turbo 350 w/cooler, B&M Sport Shifter
          • Mileage: 8282 Miles on build
          • VIN: C22806584
          • Exterior Color: Viper Red
          • Interior Color: Tan & Viper Red
          • Engine: New radiator and cap New upper and lower hoses

            Offered here is a well-built custom 1937 GMC Street Rod Truck. It has been a one owner for the last 10 years. The truck is all steel except the fenders and running boards which are fiberglass. The bed of the truck was custom built specifically for this truck.

            The body has laser straight lines and the top has been chopped four inches and was very well done. The exterior paint is PPG Viper Red and also has a PPG Clear Coat.

            The engine is a Chevy 350four bolt main with a mild RV Cam. It has and Edelbrock Performer Carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Edelbrock chrome air cleaner and valve covers. Aluminum radiator and shroud. GM HEI distributor, MSD spark plug wires and chrome alternator. It has power steering and power brakes, as well as an E-Z wiring system. When they built this truck they didn't forget the air conditioning. It has vintage air, heat and de frost with a chrome compressor and Mini Gen II kit.

            The front brakes are Wilwood Dynalite Pro series front hub kit with 10.75" diameter vented rotors. Rear brakes are drum. It has a Chevy 10 Bolt rear end and Monroe shocks. Coil overs in front and leafs in the rear.

            The transmission is a turbo 350 with cooler and a B&M sport shifter.

            The interior is in as excellent condition as the exterior of the truck. It has S-10 tilt steering column with a chrome steering wheel, VDO gauges on the dash and a CD player. The door handles and cranks are the original 1937 GMC parts. It has a working windshield wiper just in case you get caught out in the rain and custom defrost vents in the dash. All of the glass of the truck is tinted and in perfect condition. There are no air or water leaks since it has all new door and window seals. The air and heat work great and the driver's seat is power. This truck even has the original GMC door keys.

            The bed is definitely one of a kind. It was made just for this truck and frame. It is beautifully lined with diamond plate.

            The front wheels are BF Goodrich G-Force 235-35ZR-18 on Coy's 18x8 chrome C5's and the rear wheels are BF Goodrich G-force 255-30ZR-20 on Coy's 20x10 chrome C5's.

            This GMC Truck has been driven to shows and has not been a trailer queen. It has won awards at for best truck & best paint at most shows it's been to including Goodguys 500 World of Wheels.

            Email or call us with any questions or to stop by our showroom to see in person!

        • 1941 Willys Coupe
          • Price: $59,900
          • Stock Number: 10886
          • Engine: 383 Chevy Stroker 450HP V8
          • Transmission: 700R4 Automatic w/Overdrive & Lokar Floor Shift
          • Mileage: 2459 Miles on Build
          • VIN: SB000090
          • EExterior Color: PPG Chili Red Clear Coat
          • Interior Color: Oyster & Red Bucket Seats
          • Engine Built by Doug Herbert Performance Racing
          • Eldebrock Thunder Series AVS Carburetor 650CFM
          • AN Racing Flex Hose Plumbing
          • Power Tinted Windows
          • Power Door Locks/Keyless Entry Doors
          • Pioneer Multimedia Navigation Receiver w/Integrated Back up Camara
          • Vintage Air Conditioning
          • Flameless River Power Steering/Tilt/Lecarra Wheel
          • Wildwood Power Front Disc/Rear Drums
          • Rearend: 8.8 Ford/3.73 Ratio
          • Body: Innovative Street Machines/Fiberglass, Shaved Hood, Doors and Trunk Roof 3 inch Chop/French 38 Ford Tail Lights/Tubbed Rear Wheel Wells

            Presented here is a 1941 Willys Coupe which is an icon in the street rod community and with its bad 383 stroker V8 and red chili paint, it makes it one of the slickest builds we have had in our showroom.

            The red chili paint that grabs your attention is courtesy of a true investment in a professional hand and plenty of modern clearcoat. The results are incredible! Of course, it helps that this custom build started with a premium Innovative Street Machines body built on an extra durable chassis. But for this mean machine, the details are what count. The door handles are shaved (you open them by remote) and there's no superfluous chrome, which keeps your focus on the iconic electric shaver grille. It's smooth in the rear where the French 38 Ford tail lights provide the lights when you need it. Some cars try to hide their aggressive stance, but not this one, those fenders can barely contain it. The Centerline 18" wheels look fantastic on the front and the rear sport wheels are there to give strength to where the BF Goodrich TA rubber meets the road.

            Open the door and this coupe looks like a comfortable place to conduct some business. In between the low-back leather bucket seats is a custom center console that has the Lokar floor shifter and Pioneer Multimedia Navigation HD Receiver stereo with an integrated back up camera. The red chili paint continues throughout the dash and the door trim. CI Classic Instruments make up all the gauges in the dash. So, you know there must be something special under the hood and that is a huge understatement.

            We suggest grabbing some sunglasses before inspecting the engine bay. The pulleys, water pump, valve covers, alternator, hoses and nearly every other component has been polished for an attention-grabbing shine. The appearance is meant to draw people in but the full build is designed to blow their doors off. This has a 383ci stroker built by Doug Herbert Performance Racing which puts out approximately 450 horsepower. But this motor is a full build designed to handle a ton of extra power. That's why it has great performance components like aluminum heads, Edelbrock Thunder Series AVS 650CFM carburetor, high performance ignition system, aluminum radiator and an electric fan. You'll love the rumble next to your ear using the 700R4 automatic transmission. This feeds the Ford 8.8 rear with 3.73 gears for great power take-offs. This is a true performance package that's easy to live with thanks to Flameless River power steering. You even have unbeatable stopping power of a performance Wildwood power brake package.

            This is an amazing unbeatable street rod in every way – from its stellar appearance to the thundering V8. You know how special this high-quality build is; so you better get your hands on this one before its gone!

            Call or email with any questions!

        • 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible
          • Price: $44,900
          • Stock Number: 10913
          • Engine: 239ci Flathead V8
          • Transmission: 3-Speed Column Manual w/Overdrive
          • Mileage: 1781 Miles on Build
          • VIN: 1464950
          • Exterior Color: Dynamic Maroon
          • Interior Color: Burgundy Cloth w/Leather Trim Bench Seat
          • AM Radio
          • Frame-Off Restoration
          • Dual Exhaust
          • Optional Heater
          • Power Convertible Top
          • 2 speed Columbia rear end

            For the first few weeks, the '47 model was identical to the '46 and also had some holdovers from the 46 Super Deluxe model. Items like the red accents on the grill work, central parking lamps, and a different hood ornament make this '47 super rare! Ford then restyled the body slightly first by moving the parking lights from above the grill to below each headlight. Exterior moldings were changed from grooved to a smooth design. A new hood ornament with a blue plastic insert was installed. A new hubcap design became available in March. The interior dash color was changed from red accent to gold. By September, the roof-mounted antenna was moved to the cowl. Horns were moved to in front of the radiator from the engine compartment. The final 1947 models were titled in November.

            Our '47 came from a private collection and has been meticulously maintained since acquiring the car many years prior. The '47 received a frame-off restoration nearly 30 years ago and has only seen a meagre 1781 miles since the restoration and engine rebuild. The '47 has been finished in the correct dynamic maroon with the beige cloth top and maroon interior. The overall fit and finish of the exterior is exceptional and is highlighted by brilliant chrome accents that follow the cars classic lines. The cloth top is near new and features an upgraded electric motor for ease of use.

            Slide inside the '47 and you will see the interiors well finished wood dash welcomes passengers with its warm, honey finish and art deco styling. The seats, carpets, steering wheel, gauges and AM radio are all in excellent condition. The trunk retains its full size spare tire, jack, and tools with plenty of room for your luggage too.

            The '47 Ford is powered by Fords 239 Flathead V8 which was rebuilt at some point when the frame-off restoration was being performed. The 239 V8 is backed by the column 3 speed manual shift transmission. drum brakes, sturdy suspension, and a 2 speed Columbia rear end help keep this Fords road manners in order. Push the start button and this Super Deluxe fires up easily, settling into a well-tuned idle. Press the clutch and grab a gear and off you go, a true testament to thorough maintenance and a good restoration.

            Of the 22,000 units produced in 47, there are very few left. This car was preserved with a show quality restoration so that future generations can enjoy a bit of Ford history too. So don't miss your opportunity to carry on the legacy of the 47 Ford Super Deluxe with none other than the finest example available today.

            Call or email us with any questions!

        • 1951 Ford Custom Pickup (Front Wheel Drive)
          • Price: $34,900
          • Stock Number: 10607
          • Engine: 350ci V8 with Tri-power
          • Transmission: Turbo 400 Automatic
          • Exterior Color: Yellow & Brown
          • Interior Color: Brown & Yellow
          • AM/FM cassette Stereo
          • Power windows
          • Power door locks
          • Cruise control

            Take a look at this fantastic FRONT WHEEL DRIVE show truck. This is probably the most unique classic truck offered for sale in the market place. Professionally built in the mid 1980's and driven very sparingly. It won the "World of Wheels" show in 1985.

            The chassis and almost all mechanical components are 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado. The Olds drive train features the 455ci motor rated at 375 horsepower. Simply put, the truck body was placed on an expertly modified Toronado chassis. The tilt steering column, air conditioning, heat, brakes and just about everything else are pure Olds Toronado.

            The assembly is done to perfection and this most unusual truck drives and handles in a wonderful manner. Country roads or interstates, you will be amazed and highly pleased with the overall performance.

            It really is the best of both worlds with classic looks with modern driving and many creature comforts. Those comforts include air conditioning, heat, power windows, power steering and brakes and more.

            We can safely guarantee that you will never see another like it on the road or at your local car shows. All the mechanics and cosmetics are in top shape. Don't miss this once in a Blue Moon opportunity. Call or email for more information.

        • 1955 Dodge Royal 4 Door Sedan
          • Price: $12,900
          • Stock Number: 10825
          • Engine: 270ci 4.4L Red Ram V8
          • Transmission: 2-Speed Automatic
          • Mileage: 38065 Actual Miles
          • VIN: 34887307
          • Exterior Color: Sapphire White & Regal Burgundy Poly.
          • Interior Color: Sapphire White & Black Cloth and Vinyl
          • AM Radio
          • Power Steering

            "Open the door on tomorrow" was the advertising statement for the new 1955 Dodge cars that were being introduced. "What's really new in motor cars? There's just one way to find out! "Step up to this new Dodge!" 1955 was the year of a complete styling turn-around for Chrysler, a styling renaissance led by Virgil Exner, the 1955 Dodge had a 120-inch wheelbase and a length of 212.1 inches – 6.6 inches longer the 1954 Dodge. The dodge had flair, with a wraparound windshield and very clean lines. The flagship of the Dodge line was the Custom Royals sold as two door hardtops, four door sedans, as well as, two door convertibles.

            Preserved from time, the 1955 Dodge Custom Royal offered here was termed in '55 as the new and thrilling future for the Dodge brand! All lines of this Dodge are clean and the paint is in very good driver condition. The Chrome still shines bright but does show some age. Slide into the driver seat and slip back in time with the Dodge wraparound windshield. Start her up and shift the Royal into drive with the Dodge innovative dash shifter lever. The interior just like the exterior has been well preserved and maintained by previous owners. The interior is very clean with some wear, but presents well overall.

            Look under the hood and you will find the 270ci 4.4L V8 Red Ram engine Dual Exhaust, which was a rare PowerPack option. Matched with the 2-speed PowerFlite automatic transmission, it was a pleasure to test drive.

            Call or email us with any questions!

        • 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
          • Price: $47,900
          • Stock Number: 10298
          • Engine: 292ci V8
          • Transmission: Automatic
          • Mileage: 38718 Actual Miles
          • VIN: P5FH230286
          • Exterior Color: Torch Red
          • Interior Color: Red & White Vinyl
          • Frame Off Cosmetic Restoration in '08 with Limited Miles Driven Since Completion
          • 12 Volt Electrical System
          • Red Hard & White Canvas Top
          • Power Seats / Cabin Instruments Operating Properly except Clock & Radio
          • Drum Brakes
          • Fresh P205/75/R15 Wide White Wall Tires

            This classy looker was Henry Ford's direct response to GMs Corvette. In the Thunderbirds first year of production they out sold the Corvette 32 to 1. The buyers of these beauties were obviously happy with their choice. Our 1955 Thunderbird has gone through a frame off cosmetic restoration with very few miles driven since completed. The T-Bird has both the Hardtop and Convertible top. The vehicle has 38,718 miles since it was new so whoever picked this car to do a restoration wanted to start with a solid original low mileage car. The color of this classic is Torch Red with a red and white vinyl interior. If you have an interest in this vehicle or have any questions please call or email us!

        • 1956 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Coupe
          • Price: $44,900
          • Stock Number: 10625
          • Engine: 2324ci 4 Barrel Carb
          • Transmission: Automatic
          • Mileage: 28000 Actual Miles
          • VIN: 568M445059
          • Exterior Color: Turquoise & White
          • Interior Color: Turquoise & White
          • Amazing Restoration/Serious dedictation to preserve

            While the Tri-Five Chevys have been taking a beating in the market lately, the values of their corporate cousins at Oldsmobile and Pontiac have been steadily inching upwards. This 1956 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday coupe with just 27,836 original miles is perhaps one of the nicest low-mileage cars available anywhere, and it is backed by a complete and documented ownership history

            Arguably the most handsome car to come out of the GM design studios since the war, this Oldsmobile Super 88 is a brilliant study in 1950s style and engineering. The paint and bodywork on this Holiday coupe is a combination of original and restoration work, but there was a strong inclination to use NOS parts wherever possible. Replacement parts include the right front fender, both bumpers, the hood ornament, and both taillights, most of which were installed during the original owner's tenure. At some point later in its history, the trim was removed and restored, while the body was refinished in its original turquoise and ivory paint scheme. The blending between the original areas and the restored areas is seamless, and the end result was good enough to have won the Ransom E. Olds award at a National Oldsmobile Club meet as well as being selected to the 100th Anniversary parade in Lansing, Michigan.

            The interior is 100% original in every way, and shows you what a well-preserved machine this really is. Seats, door panels, carpets, and even the headliner are factory-installed pieces that remain in show-ready condition. There's some wear, but it's hard to believe this car is 55 years old. The dash is a spectacular showcase for Oldsmobile's jet-age styling, with a pair matching of oval-shaped panels in front of the driver and passenger, joined by a stainless grille that houses the radio. The bench seat is still firm and comfortable, and there can't have been more than a handful of passengers in the back during this car's long life—it's just too nice. Everything works as it should, including the radio and heater, and the steering wheel shows no signs of aging or stress cracks, just a warm patina. In the trunk you'll find the original fabric and what very well might be the original spare that has never been down.

            Several years ago, the 324 cubic inch Oldsmobile Rocket V8 was pulled for detailing and at that time the gaskets were renewed, but the mechanicals were untouched-with just 27,000 original miles, it would be a crime to rebuild it. The block got a fresh coat of Oldsmobile green, while the air cleaner, accessories, and carburetor were all restored. The inner fenders and firewall were painted, and then the engine was reinstalled with fresh decals in the appropriate places.

            The engine is backed by a 3-speed Jet-A-Way automatic transmission, which, like the engine, has been removed and detailed, but never rebuilt. The chassis is rust-free, thanks to dealer-applied undercoating that has been touched up here and there, but never completely removed. The suspension is completely original and rides in a way that no restored car could ever equal. Power drum brakes stop the car with confidence, and it wears relatively recent 7.60x15 Universal whitewall tires that are period correct

            Documentation is extensive, including a paper trail back to the original owner, Myrtle Forward, who seems to have owned the car until 1977. There are also volumes of 1956 Oldsmobile promotional materials, including a banner designed to hang in the front window of the dealership.

            Combining the low mileage with careful and sympathetic restoration work, this is like driving a new 1956 Oldsmobile off the showroom floor. With extensive documentation that verifies the low mileage claims, this car is an excellent candidate for preservation class judging. Oldsmobiles are powerful, reliable, fun cars that offer just as much style and performance as the smaller Chevys, often for a lot less cash. Call today!

        • 1963 Ford 350 Standard Cab Flatbed Truck
          • Price: $5,950
          • Stock Number: 10804
          • Engine: 352ci V8
          • Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
          • Mileage: 79553 Believed Original Miles
          • VIN: F35CG330561
          • Exterior Color: Rangoon Red
          • Interior Color: Gray/Tan/Black with Red Trim
        • 1963 Ford F100 Custom "4-Wheel Drive" Pickup
          • Price: $27,500
          • Stock Number: 10853
          • Engine: 5.2L 318ci V8 SD OHV
          • Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic 4WD
          • Mileage: 62423 Believed Original Miles
          • VIN: F10JK410643
          • Exterior Color: Corinthian White & Raven Black Black
          • Interior Color: Black & Red with Corinthian White Trim Vinyl
          • '85 Dodge RAM W-150 Powertrain
          • AM/FM Stereo Radio
          • Recent Full Restoration

            In the coming years, you're going to be seeing a lot more trucks like this 1963 Ford F-100 showing up at events. The reason is that these kinds of vehicles represent an easy way to have V8 power and four-wheel-drive, not to mention a significant part of automotive history, all for a very affordable price. But they're scarce, so good ones like this will not be common without big injections of cash, so perhaps now is the time to buy.

            With a paint job that matches the style, this Raven Black and Corinthian White pickup has a quality old-school look that's both attractive and rugged. It's not full of metallic like modern paint, so it has an authenticity that many restorations lack, and while there's some age and use on it, it will still grab everyone's attention out on the road. Perhaps it worked for a living in the past, but judging by the overall look, it has probably been a favorite hobby vehicle for many years, getting regular baths and wax jobs on weekends. Panel gaps are good and the seams line up well, and all the chrome and stainless trim is in bright condition. The bed has a well-protected wood finish that will look good for years

            Ford has always had quality powertrains but this truck has been fitted with a 1985 Dodge Ram W-150 powertrain. The 5.2L 318ci V8 matched with the 3-speed automatic and four-wheel drive helps to make this truck a workhorse year-round.

            Our team tested all of the mechanicals and test drove this truck and found no issues. The F100 drives and looks show quality.

            Call or email us with any questions!

        • 1964 Ford Mustang Convertible
          • Price: $29,900
          • Stock Number: 10879
          • Engine: D-Code 289ci 225+ HP 4bbl V8
          • Transmission: 4-Speed Manual Top Loader
          • Mileage: 204 Miles on Build
          • VIN: 5F08D212882
          • Exterior Color: Vintage Burgundy w/Black Convertible Top
          • Interior Color: Standard Black Vinyl
          • 1964 1/2 Mustang
          • Rear Drum/Front Disc Brakes
          • 3.00:1 Rearend
          • AM/FM Stereo Radio
          • Pony Interior
          • 3 Owner Car
          • Recent Frame-Off Restoration
        • 1964 Pontiac Lemans GTO Convertible Tribute
          • Price: $47,900
          • Stock Number: 10759
          • Engine: 389 V8 4BBL
          • Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
          • Mileage: 21647 Believed Original Miles
          • VIN: 624P19289
          • Exterior Color: Grenadier Red w/White Convertible Top
          • Interior Color: White with Red Trim Vinyl
          • Aftermarket Tach and Gauges
          • AM/FM Radio
          • Power Steering

            If you are a perfectionist and will only settle for the very best, we invite you to take a look at this absolutely beautiful GTO Tribute Convertible. The workmanship is amazing and the attention to detail is truly astounding. Just as you would expect from a car that looks this good, it runs, drives, and handles in a wonderful manner with zero issues.

            This GTO Tribute checks all the boxes and rings all the bells for an avid collector in every way. The paint is awesome and far beyond a factory application in 1964, very deep and wet looking with no orange peel. All chrome is pristine and the body is laser straight. The top and interior are in impeccable condition and features an upgraded stereo system. Please examine our photos of the underside and you will find it just as nice as the rest of the car. Finding a GTO this nice would be difficult, locating a nicer one would be next to impossible.

            The motor is a YU code block and we also have a tri-power carb setup that goes with the car. Everything on this Pontiac works as it should and the rumble from the big V8 as you go through the gears of the Muncie M-20 4-speed will bring a grin from ear-to-ear.

            Our GTO tribute came from a collection of strictly high-end cars and we are certain you will be a very proud new owner. It's a one-hundred percent turn-key beauty and is ready to show and drive with nothing required except gasoline.

            Please call or email with any questions!

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          • Price: $19,900 Stock Number: 10443
          • Engine: 454ci V8 Transmission: Automatic
          • Exterior Color: Red with White Stripes Interior Color: Black Vinyl
          • This is one good looking 68 El Camino. It's painted in a beautiful red paint and complimented by a pair of white racing strips. Under the hood is a big block 454 Chevy V8 backed by an automatic transmission. The bed of the car has been spray lined with the renowned Rhino bed lining. Both bumpers are chrome and it has stainless steel dual exhaust. It's a strong runner and great performer.

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