1999 Shelby Series 1 Convertible

Vehicle Details

The Shelby Series 1 is the only car ever designed and engineered by Carroll Shelby from a clean sheet of paper and built from the ground up. This hand-built, limited-production sports car is #219 of 249 produced. A naturally aspirated Oldsmobile 4.0-liter V8 engine is set back in the chassis in a mid-front mount configuration for optimal 50/50 balance. With dual overhead camshafts, sequential fuel injection and high-flow dual exhaust, the Oldsmobile V8 produces 320hp and 290 ft/lbs of torque. The engine is mated to a ZF 6-speed manual transmission. The chassis is comprised of an aluminum frame with a race-derived double wishbone independent suspension.

This car will do 0-60 in 4.4 seconds and its top speed is 170 mph. The carbon-fiber and fiberglass-composite body is painted silver with the stripe delete package. The Cobra-style aluminum pop-up fuel filler cap creates an attractive race car detail. The interior is comprised of leather bolstered seats with power-adjusted sport controls. Much of the interior components came from General Motors, including the premium Monsoon sound system. Power windows and locks, along with air conditioning, provide comfort and convenience. Power steering and 4-wheel power disc brakes deliver confident road control.

This car comes complete with its original Window Sticker, owner's manual from Shelby American and limited-edition leather embroidered jacket designed by Jeff Hamilton. This car is completely original, except for the battery, and has 544 actual miles.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Custom Split Window Coupe

Vehicle Details

1963 Corvette Split-Window Pro-Touring Resto-Mod with a professional high-quality and high-dollar build. This ‘Vette is powered by a 2014 6.2-liter Camaro ZL1 LSA engine with 8,900 miles and a supercharger pulley and tune, mated to a 2014 Camaro ZL1 Tremec TR6060 OPT MG9 6-speed manual transmission.

Exterior features include wide fender conversion, 1966 Corvette BBC hood, 1965 Corvette front grille, 1964 Corvette smooth rooftop, six 1967 Corvette brake lights, rearview mirror with integrated rearview camera, power door mirror and the frame was done in SR3 Motorsports C2 Red Torch powder coat.

The interior features 2004 Corvette electric seats, Auto Meter Pro Comp series gauges, Flaming River steering wheel and quick-release hub, and a chrome Flaming River steering shaft.

This Corvette also features power electric windows, Sanden chrome air conditioning compressor, Powermaster chrome alternator, 2014 Camaro ZL1 power steering rack, Corvette C4 front and rear suspension, QA1 shock absorber, 2015 Camaro SS OEM Brembo brake conversion, JBA stainless-coated headers, Hydratech hydroboost and new Dana 44 with 3.45 gears. It’s riding on 20” Intro XLR Hauler wheels and 20” Nitto Invo tires.

1966 Pontiac GTO

Vehicle Details

This 1966 Pontiac GTO is powered by an upgraded 400ci V8 engine backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. It is an older restoration that was completed around 2008 and included a new interior, rebuilt engine and new paint. It rides on a set of Goodyear Eagle tires on Rally II wheels.

Recently it was converted to front disc brakes with an upgraded suspension with tubular adjustable lower and upper control arms, and upgraded springs and shocks. This GTO includes PHS paperwork and a reproduction Window Sticker.

2012 Ford Shelby 1000

Vehicle Details

This 2012 Shelby 1000 was built by Shelby Performance with a wide-body kit and has had one owner. It has 1,146 actual miles. The 1000 detail on the side of the car is the only 1000 to be painted on, not stickered, by Shelby. The engine build has been documented by video. This Shelby is powered by a 5.4-liter, Kenne Bell liquid-cooled supercharged V8 engine making approximately 1,100hp and a 6-speed manual transmission.

This CSM #10 is the only car to be built with a glass top and was featured in a brochure. The Shelby 1000 was the last project designed by Carroll Shelby. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company manufacturer safety recall issued on 02/22/2017: Passenger airbag inflator replacement.

1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Race Car

Vehicle Details

This 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint is an SCCA Trans-American FIA/GT race car. The 999 VIN and the fiberglass doors, front fenders, hood and trunk lid identify this Falcon as a “63 Prototype” car. It was driven and built by Shelby team driver Bob Johnson and was sold in 1967 to SCCA driver Jim Harrell, who raced it in the 1968 SCCA A-Sedan race.

The race car was acquired by its fifth, and current, owner in 2016 and recently underwent a complete mechanical restoration, leaving all cosmetics in as-is condition from the 1968 season. It is now powered by a 289/458hp 8-cylinder engine mated to a Super T-10 4-speed manual transmission and a 9” Ford rear end with Detroit locker and 3.70 gears.

After its mechanical restoration, this Falcon was raced at the Weathertech International Challenge at Road America in 2017. This documented race car was a First in Class Group 6 winner and is Goodwood eligible. It includes FIA papers and an SVRA Medallion.

1997 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Vehicle Details

  • 4.6-LITER / 305HP V8 ENGINE

  • MANUAL TRANSMISSION

  • POWER STEERING

  • POWER BRAKES

  • AIR CONDITIONING

1993 GMC Typhoon

Vehicle Details

  • 4.3-LITER / 280HP TURBO V6 ENGINE

  • 700R4 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

  • ALL WHEEL DRIVE

  • POWER STEERING

  • POWER BRAKES

  • POWER WINDOWS

  • AIR CONDITIONING

  • AM/FM RADIO

  • LEATHER INTERIOR

  • ONE PREVIOUS OWNER

  • FULL DOCUMENTATION

  • ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER, BOOKS, PURCHASE ORDER, DEALER INVOICE AND TITLE COPY

1931 Ford Model A Hot Rod

Vehicle Details

  • KENTUCKY STATE ASSIGNED VIN

  • 1953 CADILLAC 331CI V8 ENGINE WITH FOUR DOWN DRAFT HOLLEY CARBS

  • 4-SPEED TOPLOADER MANUAL TRANSMISSION

  • CUSTOM JERE JOBE INTAKE SYSTEM

  • ALL STEEL ORIGINAL FORD BODY

  • OFFENHAUSER VALVE COVERS

  • BAFFLED SIDE PIPES

  • BLUEPRINTED, ALIGN BORED, DECKED AND BALANCED MOTOR

  • PETE AND JAKES POLISHED FRONT STRAIGHT AXLE

  • LINCOLN DRUM BRAKES

1935 Chrysler Custom Airflow

Vehicle Details

  • REBUILT STRAIGHT 8 CYLINDER ENGINE

  • MANUAL TRANSMISSION

  • AIR CONDITIONING

  • BODY WAS REMOVED AND DIPPED AT TIME OF RESTORATION

  • GARAGE-KEPT

  • REGISTERED MEMBER OF AIRFLOW CLUB OF AMERICA

1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Vehicle Details

* Big Block 396 cid V-8 Engine 
* 4-Speed Manual Transmission 
* Super Sport Tribute 
* Fresh 396 
* New Hurst Competition Floor Shifter 
* New Interior 
* New Tires 
* Over $21,000 Spent in Restoration in 3 Years 
* New Boot & Benzel 
* New Griffin Radiator with High Performance Fans 
* New Starter 
* New Power Steering Box