1967 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Coupe

Vehicle Details

This custom Camaro is the product of a no-expense-spared, 8-year, frame-off build with a SpeedTech performance chassis. It’s finished in Hot Rod Black paint, and sports shaved bumpers, drip rails and door handles. This Camaro is powered by a Z06 LS7 engine putting 527hp to the rear, mated to a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission and is equipped with stainless-steel exhaust, Quick Time bellhousing and a 12-bolt Moser rear end. It features a custom-built frame and chassis, all-new sheet metal, Ringbrothers shifter, Corvette Z06 brakes with 6-piston calipers, Vintage Air, and many custom carbon-fiber components, including the hood, spoilers, trunk, valence panel, inner fenders, header panel, wiper cowl, firewall, speaker corner and radiator support cover. The custom black interior features red stitching, Classic Instruments gauges, Kenwood audio system with Kicker speakers, front and rear camera, and remote start, windows and trunk latch. It’s been mini-tubbed and rides on 18x10” front and 19x12” rear Z06 wheels. This’ Camaro also features Autocross pedals, flush-mounted Fesler glass, electric hideaway headlights, all LED lights, QA1 coilovers on all four corners, and Watson StreetWorks push-button start. Over 2,500 hours were spent on this Resto-Mod and in 2018 it was awarded Best Muscle Car at the Bowling Green Holley LSFest.

1957 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket 88

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This 1957 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket 88 convertible with a recent restoration that shows well. It’s powered by a factory J2 Tri-Power 371ci engine backed by an automatic transmission. In addition to the J2 option, this 88 is equipped with power steering, power brakes, electric clock, Wonder Bar radio, heater, power antenna, power seats and a power top. It’s finished in two-tone blue and white paint with a matching interior and is one of 6,423 Golden Rocket 88 convertibles built in 1957.

1955 Porsche 550 Custom Spyder

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This newly built, all-electric 1955 Porsche 550 was custom-built by a professional shop and has 300 miles since its completion. It features an electric drivetrain with a horsepower dial from 90hp up to 200hp and an automatic transmission. This power pushed this custom Spyder from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and it gets up to 300 miles on a single charge. Named after James Dean’s “Little Bastard,” this Porsche is known as “Electric Bastard,” and comes with a matching gas-pump-style charging station.

1950 Chrysler Town & Country Newport

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This 1950 Chrysler Town and Country Newport coupe is powered by Chrysler’s legendary straight-8 323.5ci engine boasting 135hp with a 3-speed automatic transmission. One of 700 examples built, this car has benefited from a comprehensive restoration. The car is also fitted with an AM radio and heater. Under the hood, everything is clean and well-detailed with proper hoses, clamps and labels. This car also features the factory-correct fluid-drive transmission.

1933 Packard 1002

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This Packard 1002 is one of 1,099 produced in 1933. This 2-door, 5-passenger coupe wears a burgundy/pearl two-tone paint scheme that sets off the wire wheels and gorgeous chrome brightwork. The original Straight-8 engine and 3-speed manual transmission were rebuilt in the early 2000s as part of a full restoration. As the original Packard plate shows, this car was delivered to its first owner in Springfield, MA, in July 1933.

1962 Chevrolet Impala SS 409 Convertible

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This drop-top 1962 Chevrolet Impala is powered by a 409ci V8 engine with dual 4-barrel carburetors and an automatic transmission. This car underwent a frame-off restoration and is finished in Ermine White with a Roman Red interior. Options include whitewall tires and power steering. From the World of Classics Collection.

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Vehicle Details

This genuine 138-coded Super Sport sold new at Barker Chevrolet in Ranier, OR, on November 23, 1967. It is documented with the original Protect-O-Plate and original manuals. It is powered by its original matching-numbers 396/325hp engine with a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and original 12-bolt rear end. It's also equipped with power steering, black vinyl top, Bright Blue upholstered interior and nice chrome glass and trim. It rides on Rally Wheels with red line tires. Bright Blue upholstered interior. This Chevelle was ground-up restored a few years ago on an arrow-straight body with nice fit. It's refinished in the original color of Ermine White.

1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

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This undocumented 1965 Pontiac GTO convertible is powered by a 389ci 8-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The exterior is painted in Dark Mint Green with black interior and black top. Frame-off restoration from the World of Classics Collection.

1961 Chevrolet Corvette 283/270 Convertible

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This matching-numbers, frame-off-restored 1961 Corvette is powered by a 283/270hp engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission and has been driven 721 miles since its completion. It is finished in black with a black top and red interior, and features dual carburetors, a Wonder Bar radio and Rally wheels.

1959 Chevrolet 3100 Custom Pickup

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This factory big-back-window Apache short-bed truck underwent a frame-off transformation into a Resto-Mod pickup and was completed in January 2019. It’s finished in House of Kolor Sunset Pearl Orange paint over a black leather custom interior with Dakota Digital gauges. Powered by an LS engine with FiTech fuel injection system mated to a 4L60E automatic transmission. It comes equipped with custom exhaust, SPP power 4-wheel disc brakes, modern front suspension, power rack & pinion steering and Vintage Air. This pickup features a wood bed with stainless trim and hardware, all-new smoked glass with new seals, all-new chrome and front grille, modern LED lights, a Gloss Black painted frame and custom staggered wheels and tires.

1980 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

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his unique soft-top has undergone a full frame-off restoration. Any replaced part has been a Toyota OEM part. This one-owner, well-maintained, made-in-Japan Land Cruiser is powered by its original matching-numbers 4.2-liter 6-cylinder 2F engine mated to its original 3-speed manual transmission. Both the engine and the transmission have been fully serviced. It’s finished in its original shade of Pueblo Brown and has 175,000 original miles (mileage not indicated on title). This FJ40 is equipped with OEM front disc and rear drum brakes, OEM Japanese axles, new military tires and new OEM hubcaps, OEM glove box auxiliary lamp, custom-made floor mats, original removable soft doors, new soft-top, gray upholstery. Well-preserved original documentation includes the original owner's manual, dealer invoice from 1980 and a photograph of its owner with the vehicle.

1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

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This 1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4x4 has undergone a full frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration. It’s powered by a hand-built 350ci engine with 4-bolt main, Vortec heads and a mild cam pushing 385hp. It’s equipped with aluminum intake with a 650 Dual Line Holley carburetor, aluminum radiator, Turbo 350 automatic transmission, factory transfer case, Speedway Blue PPG paint, factory scroll deluxe seats, tilt steering, tachometer, slide bar radio, true 10" Rally wheels with BFGoodrich All Terrain tires, Rancho RS 5000 Shocks and Hooker competition headers. It’s been driven 1,108 miles since its completion, and includes its original Bill of Sale and owner's manual, and two factory fiberglass hardtops.

1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

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This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition Y81 is one of 748 produced. PHS paperwork, original Build Sheet and Window Sticker are included. This original, matching-numbers vehicle is powered by a 400ci 8-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission and features a highly detailed undercarriage.

1974 Pantera GTS

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This is one of 138 GTS cars built in 1974. This true GTS is confirmed with the letters “GT” in the VIN. It’s finished in Brilliant Silver with a GTS blacked-out hood and engine cover, black leather interior, radio delete and larger custom billet wheels resembling the original design. The designs and materials for performance improvements came from Pantera experts from California, the Midwest and South Florida. The cooling system has been improved with radiator, water tubes and flow system design. The air conditioning has been moved to the front of the car. The electrical system has improved wiring and ignition. The 351ci Cleveland engine remains in stock condition, except for an improved cold-air intake and exhaust system, and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. An adjustable rear shock tower brace was added as well. The odometer reads less than 17,000 original miles (the title reads mileage exempt). Car has been kept in a climate-controlled collection and seldom driven. Included are several original Pantera parts, original electrical schematic, receipts, and records of over $100,000 dollars invested on improvements.

1989 Porsche 930 Turbo Cabriolet

Vehicle Details

The 1989 Porsche 930 was a one-year-only production car with a 5-speed manual transmission. This car continues its exclusivity with having a black power cabriolet top, the original Guards Red paint and Fuchs wheels. Motivating this 930 is a 3.3-liter 6-cylinder engine. The original odometer reads 29,130 miles (the title reads mileage exempt). The car comes with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity along with maintenance/improvement records totaling close to $20,000. This Porsche has been kept in a climate-controlled collection. Tool kit, manuals, documents, and other Porsche items/parts are included.

1959 Edsel Corsair Convertible

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This 1959 Edsel Corsair convertible is powered by a 361ci V8 engine with an automatic transmission. This is a restored car and is one of 1,343 produced in 1959. The exterior is finished in black paint over a black-on-gold interior. Options include power steering, brakes and windows. From the World of Classics Collection.

1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

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This 1959 Cadillac Series 62 convertible is powered by a 390ci 8-cylinder engine with an automatic transmission. It is highly recognizable by its iconic huge tailfins with dual bullet taillights and pink and white exterior and interior. This convertible comes outfitted with a Continental kit, power antenna, AM/FM radio, power steering, brakes and windows and power seats. From the World of Classics Collection.

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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Finished in Sage Green with a black canvas top and a white porthole hardtop, this T-Bird was awarded Best in Show at the Moonshine Festival in Dawsonville, GA, in 2008. Upgraded mechanics include aluminum heads and intake manifold, dual-chamber power 4-wheel disc brake master cylinder and Flaming River power rack & pinion steering. It’s powered by a 312ci 8-cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission, and has been driven 7,000 miles since its restoration.

2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

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The introductory year of the ZR1 was a special year for the Corvette. This was the first Corvette to exceed 200 mph and achieve true supercar performance. The famed LS9 6.2-liter supercharged engine produces 638hp and 630 ft/lbs of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, and cross-drilled Brembo ceramic bakes bring the ‘Vette to a stop. This ZR1 has a Cyber Gray exterior, Cyber Gray-painted ZR1 wheels, carbon-fiber roof, Ebony custom-perforated leather insert sport bucket seats and a custom leather-wrapped interior. Other options include the 3ZR premium equipment group, AM/FM/CD/satellite/navigation/Bluetooth/phone Bose premium sound system, heads-up display and a power tilt and telescoping steering wheel. This Corvette has 3,600 actual miles and comes with its Window Sticker, ZR1 booklet from GM, all purchase documents and service receipts.

2012 Lexus LFA

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The Lexus LFA was conceived and built as a true supercar, with 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, 0 to 100 in 7.5 seconds and a top speed in excess of 200 mph. Powered by a 4.8-liter V10 naturally aspirated engine that revs from 600 to 9,000 rpm in under one second, backed by an automatic transmission. The engine is hand-built and signed by Takumi craftsmen from the Toyota Yamaha F1 Program and balanced with the LFA's exceptional handling and meticulously engineering to meet the demands of both the racetrack and everyday driving. Features a carbon fiber/aluminum/titanium hand-assembled body and frame. Only 500 LFAs were produced in Japan; this is #444 and one of only 170 allocated and sold to the U.S. market. The exterior color is a Pearl Gray with a black/charcoal interior accented with red leather and red stitching. It has been driven 5,200 actual miles and never raced or driven in rain or snow. Always stored in a climate-controlled garage and meticulously maintained by the present original owner. Passenger side airbag recall was completed in October 2018.