1965 Ford Galaxie 500XL

Vehicle Details

Striking Rangoon Red & Wimbledon White '65 Galaxie
Fresh 390 ci tri-power V-8 engine!
New TCI C6 3 speed automatic transmission!
New Curry True Trac 9" rear with 3.50 ratio.
Frame off restoration of a rust-free car.
Factory disc brakes, power steering and air conditioning!

1956 Chevrolet Nomad

Vehicle Details

Highly detailed 265 c.i. V8.
3 speed Syncromesh manual transmission.
Power Pal dual exhaust.
Upgraded front disc brakes.
All new polished stainless trim.
Excellent chrome work.
Automatic eye and traffic light viewer.
Period correct white wall tires and basket style wheel covers.
Refinished in original Nassau Blue and Indian Ivory.
Believed to have only 71,000 miles, title reads exempt.
Very original Nomad that has received a cosmetic refresh

1985 Ferrari Testarossa

Vehicle Details

4.9L V-12 engine.
5 speed manual transmission.
44,149 miles.
Excellent condition.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Vehicle Details

New 426 c.i. Hemi crate motor.
Manccini Racing 727 automatic transmission.
Heidt’s front suspension.
Hemi K member.
Mancinni Racing Dana 60 rear with 3.54 gears.
Heavy duty Dutchman 35 spline axles.
Correct hemi leaf springs.
Adjustable Koni shocks.
Ceramic coated headers.
Front disc brakes with slotted rotors.
Leather interior by Legendary Auto.
Pistol Grip “Slap Stick” shifter.
Am/Fm 8 track with MP3 input.
Rhino lined undercarriage.

1969 Pontiac GTO Judge

Vehicle Details

Documented Ram Air III Judge. 
Matching numbers!
PHS Documented Carousel Red GTO Judge.
Fresh frame off restoration completed in 2016.
Hood tach, power steering and power disc brakes.
4 Speed transmission with Safe-T-Track rear.
Restored as sold new.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Vehicle Details

Factory R code 428 c.i. Cobra Jet engine.
Factory 4-speed manual transmission.
Shaker Ram Air hood.
Rotisserie restoration to original specs.
Traction Lok differential.
Deluxe Marti report.
Fold down rear seat. Goodyear Polyglas tires.
Original build sheet.
Original documents.

1969 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi

Vehicle Details

Engine Size: 426 c.i.

Transmission: Automatic

#39 of 51 known to exist.
True 60,122 miles.
Correct 0-1866 carbs for Hemi engine.
Correct radiator.
Comes with original JJ code matching wheels.
Flowmaster mufflers and headers.
Repainted 1998, shows very well.
White vinyl top replaced, originally tan.
Both front brake calipers recently rebuilt.
Garage kept.
Driven only 215 miles since 2003.
Originally a Georgia car, then moved to North Carolina.

1969 Chevrolet Impala SS

Vehicle Details

Super rare, one of reportedly 2,455 produced in 1969.
427/390HP V8 engine.
4-speed manual transmission.
Posi-traction rear end.
Power steering, power disc brakes.
Rally wheels with red line radial tires.
Rosewood Steering wheel, bucket seats and console.
Gorgeous Garnet Red finish on super straight original body with Red interior and black vinyl top.
Very nice original undercarriage. 
Goes down the road in comfort, and it’s a beautiful muscle car!

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Vehicle Details

Engine Size: 396 c.i.

Transmission: Automatic

Two owners, original owner until 2015.
Frame up restoration.
Original GM sheet metal, floor pans and trunk.
Original to car rear end, drive shaft, transmission.
Counter exchange, warranty 1971 - 396/375 engine.
3.36, 12 bolt, open rear end.
Original bill of sale, prot-o-plate and build sheet.
Copy of original title.
Power steering and power disc brakes.
Tinted glass. 
Bucket seats and console.
Factory AM/FM.
Bumper guards.

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS

Vehicle Details

This Impala SS is powered by a 327/300hp V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission and is equipped with power steering, power brakes and correct whitewall tires. It features twin comfort lounge bucket seats, center console, tinted glass, factory AM push-button radio and original factory spinners. It is original except for one professional cosmetic refinish due to oxidation of the original paint.

1968 Plymouth Satellite Custom Coupe

Vehicle Details

This restored Plymouth Satellite has 1,900 miles since its completion. It is presented in High-Impact Red, and badged and finished as a Road Runner. This Road Runner re-creation features high-performance 440ci big-block engine and 4-speed manual transmission upgrades, a Hurst shifter and a factory tachometer. The engine is finished off with a new Edelbrock aluminum intake, new aluminum radiator and shroud, a new MSD electronic ignition, new Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and headers with a dual exhaust system. The car has front disc brakes and a blacked-out Road Runner hood. The interior is all new, from the dash to the bench seat and the headliner.

1964 Dodge Polara

Vehicle Details

This 1964 Dodge Polara has been upgraded with a Stage 2 426ci 8-cylinder Max Wedge engine with new pistons and rods. The engine features Stage 2 heads bored .30 over with correct carburetors and a Cross-Ram intake and exhaust manifold. The engine is mated to a 727 push-button automatic transmission controlled by a 2800 stall converter and limited-slip 355 gears. It’s riding on bottle cap wheels wrapped in radial tires. The red leather interior is era-correct. This Polara underwent a full nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Vehicle Details

Professionally rotisserie-restored to original condition, this 1969 Road Runner has just 13,075 original miles and is powered by its matching-numbers 383ci V8 engine and 4-speed manual transmission. It's finished in eye-popping HEMI Orange with the performance hood treatment. The interior features white vinyl upholstery with a standard front bench seat, black carpeting and a 4-speed manual floor shifter. All factory original gauges are present along with the original Road Runner steering wheel. It even has the famous "Beep, Beep" Road Runner horn. It has been stored in a climate-controlled environment and driven infrequently since the completion of its restoration. This Road Runner runs and drives beautifully, and is ready to enjoy.

1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

Vehicle Details

With power steering, power brakes and factory air conditioning, this 58,000 original-mile-car (the title reads mileage exempt) was in great condition, and in 2007 had a fully documented (on CD) powertrain restoration performed in Wisconsin for $22,000. It is powered by the correct 440/375hp engine with the correct 727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission, 3:55 8-3/4" rear differential and a long list of factory options. This car has original sheet metal with only one repaint using a PPG base coat/clear coat system in its original shade of Bright Blue Ploy. Extensive documentation includes the original Window Sticker, Mopar Broadcast Sheet, Fender Tag Certicard, manuals, previous title copy and photos. In addition to all the factory documentation verifying this is a real R/T car, it comes with documentation reports from Mopar Expert Galen's Tag Service, LLC, including verification and decode of Fender Tag, Broadcast Sheet and Galen's two-page registry verification. A nicely restored and maintained original steel Mopar.

1972 Dodge Demon 340

Vehicle Details

This fully restored, matching-numbers 1972 Dodge Demon 340 is powered by its original 340ci 8-cylinder engine backed by its original automatic transmission and rebuilt rear. It has 35,856 original miles and features dealer-installed dual snorkel scoop and Go Wing spoiler, and rides on new Firestone wide oval tires mounted on Rally rims.

1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D500

Vehicle Details

This Dodge custom Royal has the D500 options with the 315ci HEMI V8 engine with 4-barrel carburetor, backed by an automatic transmission and is equipped with factory air conditioning. Other options include power brakes and steering. The tires were unique to the D500 and included a second place to add air for safety precautions. This car still sports the original safety spare. It has had a repaint in its original colors of Wedgewood Blue, Royal Blue and Sapphire White. The seats and carpet were redone with NOS materials and the door panels and headliner remain original. This Dodge has 10,187 original miles (title reads mileage exempt).

1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

Vehicle Details

Originally a California car, this rust-free 1969 Chevelle Malibu is powered by a 383ci stroker engine mated to an automatic overdrive transmission with a shift kit and brand-new converter. It’s equipped with a deluxe serpentine belt system, 12-bolt posi-traction rear end, MSD ignition, power disc brakes and factory air conditioning with an updated compressor. The black interior features a power bench seat, power windows and door locks, tilt steering wheel, tachometer and an AM/FM radio. It underwent a body-on restoration several years ago with paint and body work done in California.

1969 Ford Bronco Custom

Vehicle Details

This Ferrari Red Bronco has updated seating for four and a Pioneer radio with Memphis Marine high-output speakers. It’s powered by a 351ci V8 engine mated to 5-speed manual transmission, with approximately 2,500 miles since completion. This Bronco comes equipped with Drake Performance headers, Billet Pulley system, high-performance polished aluminum radiator, aluminum intake, 3" stainless exhaust, Dana 44, power steering and brakes, and Superlift suspension with color matched springs and Pro Comp shocks. The exterior features Bushwhacker fender flares, cowl hood, full roll bar, matte black powder-coated custom roof rack and bumpers.

1971 Volkswagen Squareback

Vehicle Details

This two-owner, original 1971 VW Type 3 Squareback is well-documented and includes its original Window Sticker, original sales contract from the California VW dealer, original owner’s manual, and its original warranty and maintenance booklet. In 2009 it was stripped down to be sent out for fresh paint and reassembled. An engine rebuild was performed around the same time as paint; all receipts are included. It features new tires, front disc brakes, a fuel-injected 1600cc 4-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual transmission and an Alpine stereo. This Squareback won First Place in its class at the 2018 Bug Jam.

1959 Lincoln Continental 2 Door Hardtop

Vehicle Details

Beautifully preserved and maintained 1959 Lincoln Mark IV Two Door Hardtop. This car has been in the same ownership hands for many years and it has been fastidiously maintained the entire time. The car is entirely original with 27,000 miles and has only received one very high quality repaint during its entire life. The interior, sheet metal, glass, trunk, floor pans, everything are original. There is no rust on the car and minimal if any rust repair. The floors are solid originals and the trunk is also completely original with original liner and jack in place. The doors open and shut perfectly, the car starts and runs beautifully. All of the chrome and trim on the car appears as if its been restored. I believe it to be totally original. Only the door handles have some very small signs of pitting. Everything else is beautiful. We've safety inspected the car and serviced the brakes and replaced the mufflers. We've also adjusted the carburetor so the car runs great. All of the instruments and controls work. All of the gauges work perfectly as well. The car has a power antenna with its original signal seeking AM radio. All of the windows go up and down perfectly including the 'Breezway' window in the rear. The remote trunk release works perfectly including the indicator light which functions as well. All of the interior and trunk courtesy lights work perfectly as well. The car has an owners manual in perfect condition. All in all, this is a very high level and well-maintained driver car. I think you'd be hard pressed to find a better example.