1968 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible

Vehicle Details

Having undergone an extensive restoration, this 1968 GT500 is in good condition throughout. Originally a home-office reserve special-order car #2505, it was ordered with a 3.50:1 Traction-Lok differential, a C6 automatic transmission, power steering and front power disc brakes. It is powered by a matching-numbers 428/335hp Cobra Jet V8 engine, and is documented with its Shelby invoice, Window Sticker, Shelby American Build Sheet and a Deluxe Marti Report. The black interior is presented with wood-grain elements, a center console and a radio, and the glovebox door is autographed by Carroll Shelby. This car only has 291 miles since its comprehensive restoration, and is one of the 402 Shelby GT500 convertibles produced.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

Vehicle Details

Beautiful 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hardtop powered by a matching-numbers 283/245hp engine with dual 4-barrel carburetors and an automatic transmission. It has been frame-off restored and received the 985-point Gold Spinner Concours Award. Some of the other included options are the electric wipers, whitewall tires, push-button radio, one-piece front bumper, rocker moldings, spinner wheel covers, dual rearview mirror and deluxe heater finished in its original colors of Sierra Gold. It's been recently wet-sanded and polished and is a high-end, highly restored 57 Chevy. A select offering from the Bryan Frank Collection.

1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

Vehicle Details

This 1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer has been restored back to its original specifications. It’s powered by a 350ci V8 engine backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission, and is equipped with air conditioning. This truck has spent most of its life in western Colorado. It’s finished in its original shade of yellow over an all-new interior that’s been upgraded with houndstooth upholstery. This Blazer is also equipped with power steering and power brakes, and its original sticker is still in the glove box.

1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner

Vehicle Details

Introduced in 1954, Ford's glass-top Skyliner was a prestige version of the Crestline Victoria hardtop coupe, with an acrylic transparent roof panel over the front seat. Now part of the top-of-the-line Fairlane series, it was twinned with a steel-topped coupe, the Crown Victoria, which had a streamlined roofline and a bold chrome tiara in the B-pillar location. Just 1,999 were built.

This Skyliner is the real deal. It has been restored in Snowshoe White and Tropical Rose colors, with matching vinyl interior and black carpets. It is equipped with a tinted glass top, push-button radio, electric clock, Magic Aire heater-defroster, dual exterior mirrors, cruiser fender skirts, chrome lake pipes and Continental kit.

Powering this Skyliner is an M-code 272ci V8 engine with 4-barrel carburetor mated to a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission, and is equipped with a dual exhaust system. Wide whitewall tires fitted to Kelsey Hayes front wire wheels with spinner caps give the car an elegant appearance.

1964 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300 Convertible

Vehicle Details

This matching-numbers 1964 Corvette convertible underwent a nice restoration and is powered by a factory-correct 327/300hp 8-cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. This rust-free convertible is presented in Riverside Red with black interior and a white top. It comes with the original wood steering wheel, AM/FM radio, and all gauges are correct.

2014 Dodge Viper GTS

Vehicle Details

This 2014 SRT Viper GTS, VIN #001, is one of 33 black cars equipped with the Time Attack Package, which was a $16,000 upgrade. It’s powered by an 8.4-liter V10 engine backed by a 6-speed manual transmission with power rated at 645hp and 600 ft/lbs of torque, and a top speed of 193 mph. The Time Attack Package provided an advanced aerodynamic package, lightweight Sidewinder II Wheels finished in Matte Black, Pirelli Zero Corsa tires, Bilstein adaptive suspension with firmer levels of damping, carbon-fiber under hood X-brace, carbon-fiber rear taillight applique and two-piece Brembo brake calibers painted in TA orange. The aerodynamic package adds 200 pounds of downforce at 100 mph. This one-owner Viper has less than 200 actual miles, and was never raced or wrecked. It has spent its entire lifetime in climate-controlled storage and is completely original. It comes with all paperwork and books.

1963 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge Hemi Sedan

Vehicle Details

This 1963 Plymouth Savoy is a true Max Wedge sedan, as decoded by Galen Govier. It’s powered by a date-code-correct 426ci 8-cylinder Max Wedge engine mated to a BorgWarner T85 3-speed manual transmission with aluminum bellhousing and a correct shifter. It features uncut, unported heads, rockers and pushrods, and original valve covers, exhaust manifolds, Cross-Ram intake, linkage, carburetors and air cleaner.

1997 Panoz AIV Roadster

Vehicle Details

This 1997 Panoz AIV roadster is in stock condition with 6,500 actual miles (mileage not indicated on the title). It's powered by a Roush-tuned 4.6-liter V8 engine backed by a 5-speed manual transmission and a Ford drivetrain. It features an aluminum body and chassis, and is finished in black with silver and gold metal flake over a black interior. This Panoz is one of 176 AIV roadsters built, and is equipped with 4-wheel power disc brakes, power steering and air conditioning.

1969 Dodge Charger R/T

Vehicle Details

An all-matching-numbers example of the 1969 Dodge Charger R/T that has been painstakingly restored in the U.K. over the course of four years. Originally a Texas car and having rested in a Houston garage for almost a quarter of a century, the Charger was purchased and exported to the U.K. in 2012. It was found to be in good original condition, having never previously been restored.

The original handbook, warranty booklet and original keys were all there, alongside registration paperwork pointing to the car only having a total of two U.S. owners. The original Build Sheets, which were found inside, are included. A chassis-off rebuild was not performed, as the car was in good condition, and the only sheet metal that was replaced was the trunk floor. Everything attached was either thoroughly cleaned or rechromed. Very little was replaced with remanufactured parts, apart from all-new rubber weather seals.

The original 440ci big-block engine was thoroughly gone over and fitted with an electronic distributor, and the original carburetor was replaced but was retained. The interior was removed, allowing for the interior of the shell to be cleaned and repainted. The bucket seats were treated to new covers and the carpet was replaced, along with the top dash pad and front door capping.

Everything else is original, including the headliner, which still shows its manufacturer date stamp of 1968. The original air conditioning system is present and correct, outfitted with a new compressor and has been fully serviced. The drivetrain was upgraded; however, all of the original components have been retained. The front subframe was upgraded to a QA1 tubular unit with adjustable shock absorbers and the steering box upgraded to a Borgeson unit.

The TorqueFlite automatic transmission and final drive were fully overhauled, the original manifolds replaced with ceramic-coated headers, and a custom aircraft-grade stainless-steel exhaust was fitted with MagnaFlow mufflers and recreated stainless-steel rectangular tips.

Other upgrades include a RetroSound replica radio (original retained) with modern functionality, including Bluetooth and media connectivity, along with upgraded discreet speakers and subwoofer, Thatcham cat 2 Scorpion immobilizer and Vodafone Cobratrak vehicle tracker. This Charger was finished in B5 Blue with a white top and rear stripes, and features power steering and a center console.

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS Coupe

Vehicle Details

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS is powered by a freshly rebuilt matching-numbers 302ci 8-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Its current owner purchased the car in 2003 and had the engine rebuilt to its original specifications in 2004. This Camaro includes General Motors of Canada Limited documentation, its NCRS Shipping Data Report, engine rebuild receipts and original Protect-O-Plate, and has been authenticated by Jerry MacNeish.

1967 Shelby Group II Race Car

Vehicle Details

The first of the 26 total Shelby Racing Co. Mustang Group II FIA-GT SCCA Trans Am race cars. This Shelby was purchased by George Kirksley, and tested by Jerry Titus and Chuck Cantwell prior to its delivery at the Sebring Trans-Am race in 1967.

It was driven by Freddie Van Beuren Jr. and Donald Sesslar during that race. It was also driven by Alan Moffat at the SCCA National Race at Watkins Glen in 1967. With full documentation, this Shelby race car was restored to exacting period authenticity, and has since won the coveted Shelby American Automotive Club Division 1 Concours Gold Award at SAAC 34 in 2009.

It’s powered by a 305ci 8-cylinder engine with dual 4-barrel carburetors mated to a BorgWarner 4-speed manual transmission and a Ford 9” rear end. It is correct throughout and is signed by Chuck Cantwell, Bernie Kretchmar and Carroll Shelby. FIA papers, a Marti Report and SVRA medallion are included.

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Convertible

Vehicle Details

This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger Mark 1A is presented in green with a black interior. Its original 260 engine was replaced with a 289ci engine with a 4-barrel carburetor backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. This Tiger comes equipped with traction bars, aluminum wheels, aluminum radiator with an electric fan, headers with custom exhaust and an oil cooler. Its VIN is listed on page 304 of “The Book of Norman, Vol. I” by Norman Miller.

1971 Dodge Demon

Vehicle Details

This 1971 Dodge Demon is powered by an upgraded 340/275hp V8 engine mated to a 3-speed 727 automatic transmission. This real FY1 Top Banana Yellow Demon rides on Mopar Rally wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich radial T/A tires and has a black vinyl top. It is equipped with an 8-3/4” rear end, power brakes, power steering, HEMI grind camshaft and headers. It comes with its Fender Tag intact.

1970 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Re-creation

Vehicle Details

This 1970 Chevrolet Yenko Nova re-creation was the recipient of a comprehensive restoration and has seen minimal miles since. It’s powered by a GM 427/425hp big-block engine with ceramic-coated headers, backed by a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission that transfers power to a 12-bolt rear end with 4:11 gears and posi-traction.

Power brakes provide the stopping power. The exterior shows well in professionally laid black paint with upgraded Yenko striping, arrow-straight sheet metal and correct gaps. The interior is all new, and features only the essentials, including an 8,000 rpm tachometer. This Nova rides on a set of steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps wrapped in Firestone wide oval tires to complete the retro look of 1970.

1971 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Vehicle Details

A professionally done, concours-style restoration was performed on this documented, National Award-Winning, factory-produced 1971 Oldsmobile 442 convertible. It is documented with its original Broadcast Sheet and Protect-O-Plate. This 442 is powered by its matching-numbers 455/365hp V8 engine and Turbo 400 automatic transmission backed to a 12-bolt 3.23 posi-traction rear axle with a W27 aluminum differential cover.

It’s finished in its factory-optioned blue on blue color scheme with a white convertible top and white stripes. It comes loaded with factory options, including W25 air-induction hood, factory air conditioning, power steering, power top, power disc brakes, sport steering wheel, bucket seats with console, Hurst Dual Gate shifter, Chrome SSI wheels with correct G70 Firestone wide oval raised white-letter tires, sport mirrors, AM/FM radio, factory gauge package with tachometer and F41 heavy-duty suspension.

It’s also equipped with T3 headlamps, correct-stamped hoses and tower clamps, factory decals and a detailed underside. Still wearing all of its factory-original sheet metal and spending the majority of its life around the Phoenix area, this 442 has only changed hands three times. It was the First Place winner at Oldsmobile Nationals in 2015 and is one of 1,304 produced.

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Convertible

Vehicle Details

This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 convertible is a full frame-off restoration car. The car is painted in its original color, Fathom Blue with white stripes, with the ZL2 cowl hood. The 454/450hp LS6 engine numbers match the block number, signifying it was built the Tonawanda engine plant with a March 25 build date.

The LS6 comes standard with a 4-barrel carburetor and correct Winters aluminum intake manifold. Cooling the engine is a correct heavy-duty radiator. The engine is mated to the original matching-numbers Muncie M22 heavy-duty 4-speed manual transmission. Power is sent to the rear wheels through the posi-traction rear differential, and then to the correct SS wheels with YA-code stamp.

Firestone tires are mounted on all four corners and on the spare. Keeping the car riding smoothly is the correct F41 suspension (standard for the SS) and factory power steering. Power brakes provide the front discs and rear drums with proper stopping power. The interior is furnished with the black vinyl bench seat, 4-speed combination, and a standard AM/FM radio with dual speakers. Matching the interior is the black power convertible top, and the black vinyl convertible top cover is included.

1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass W-31 Holiday Coupe

Vehicle Details

This all-matching-numbers and correct 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass is one of 1,029 W-31 Holiday coupes produced and one of only 74 known to exist. This car was special-ordered in Sebring yellow paint and remained in the possession of the original owner until June 2000.

Unique to the W-31 were the select-fit hand-assembled engine, specially calibrated Q-Jet carburetor, factory aluminum intake manifold, large high-rpm harmonic balancer, 10.5:1 high-compression #6 cylinder heads, special camshaft and 3.90 posi-traction rear end. This exampled retains its original 350/325hp W-31 V8 engine and its original 4-speed transmission, and has been kept in a collection for 11 years.

It comes with its original Window Sticker, Build Sheet and Protect-O-Plate, as well as the original owner’s manual and sales literature. Also included are $10,000 in engine receipts from Oldsmobile performance engine builder Mondello, and a letter from original owner's daughter. The W-31 was the Original Parts Group Oldsmobile catalog cover car. A select offering from the Bryan Frank Collection.

1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS

Vehicle Details

This triple-black 1967 Camaro has recently undergone a complete body-off restoration. The original engine has been upgraded to a GM performance ZZ 427ci big block mated to a BorgWarner close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. This Camaro was factory-optioned with a Tuxedo Black exterior, black vinyl top, black deluxe interior, tilt wheel, tachometer with console gauges, 4-piston power disc brakes, power steering, fold-down back seat, 12-bolt posi-traction rear differential with traction bar, tinted glass, front and rear spoilers, and a Delco AM radio.

1951 Ford Country Squire Woody Wagon

Vehicle Details

This 1951 Ford Country Squire Woody wagon is presented in Hawthorne Green with redone chrome trim over brown interior. This wagon is powered by a Ford 239ci Flathead V8 engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. It’s equipped with Fenton exhaust headers leading into a dual 2” exhaust with crossover and Smitty's glasspack mufflers, Jamco coil springs and torsion bars, Teflon-lined rear leaf springs, black steel wheels with chrome trim and whitewall tires.

The custom surfboard rack is complete with a vintage-style plywood surfboard. Adding to its looks are the original and period-correct decals on the driver’s side rear glass, and all-new maple wood. The interior features correct upholstery, wood-grain dash with in-dash clock and radio, clean glass and fresh components throughout. This Woody was featured on the cover of Hemmings Classic Car, issue #12 in September 2005 and was previously owned and displayed by Ford in the Ford Museum until the early 2000s. It was originally owned by a California surfer before being purchased by Ford Motor Company.

1982 Porsche 911 Turbo

Vehicle Details

One of 1,027 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo coupes made, this example is finished in Guards Red over a black leather interior. It is powered by a 3.3-liter 300hp 6-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. This is a fully restored example with 53,211 original miles and presents in good condition throughout. It is equipped with RSR-style air dam, oil cooler, brake cooler and upgraded wheels. The Guards Red paint accentuates the iconic 911 lines with its proper flares and rear wing.

The body is comprised entirely of its original factory-installed panels, all of which are laser-straight and damage-free with good panel gaps throughout. The interior is in good condition, and the dashboard and all of the original instrumentation remain in good condition. All pieces of glass, including the windshield, are in good condition with no cracks or major imperfections. All exterior rubber trim components including door handle gaskets, window seals and squeegees, whale-tail edge, impact bumperettes and bumper accordions remain fresh.