1972 Chevrolet El Camino (Owned by Jimmy Buffet)

Vehicle Details

This 1972 El Camino was owned by Jimmy Buffet before it was acquired by its current owner. It is in great mechanical condition and is powered by a 350ci crate engine with a 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor, mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. It’s equipped with power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM JVC radio and subwoofers behind the seats. The bed shows well with no dings or damage, and features a brand-new spray-in bedliner for extra durability. This El Camino also sports a cowl-induction hood. The entire drivetrain and engine were fully restored in 2013, with receipts included.

1970 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

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This 1970 Chevrolet Impala convertible is powered by a 454ci 8-cylinder engine mated to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission and dual exhaust. Restored over a decade ago, it has been well-maintained. It’s finished in its factory shade of red with a new black vinyl interior and a white top. It’s equipped with power steering and brakes, custom Autosound retro AM/FM radio and Rally wheels.

1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS

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Finished in Hugger Orange paint with Rally stripes, this 1970 Camaro RS coupe features Cragar wheels, a spoiler, and a bucket seat interior with console. It’s powered by a 350ci engine backed by an automatic transmission.

1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

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This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible was purchased new by a couple in Ohio, who owned it for 37 years. This nicely sorted original example is one of 1,000 fuel-injected Eldorados produced. The 500ci V8 runs and drives well, backed by a Turbo Hydramatic automatic transmission. This car is equipped with factory air conditioning, power windows, power top, power steering, power brakes, power seat and an AM/FM radio. Also included is a hard parade boot cover painted in the body color. There is also a soft white boot cover included. The undercarriage is clean and solid. This Eldorado has 20,389 original miles.

1965 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III BJ8 Convertible

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This 1965 Austin Healey Mark III BJ8, in Irish Mist Green with Parchment leather interior, is powered by a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine with a Mallory distributor, oversized radiator and cooling fan upgrades, coupled to a Toyota 5-speed manual transmission. It underwent a professional ground-up restoration in 2014 by renowned Healey specialist Knut Holzer of Philadelphia, PA, totaling $82,000, and has been driven 1,400 miles since. Restoration highlights include sandblasted tub and suspension, rebuilt electrical system, new wiring harness, rebuilt line bored and balanced unleaded-fuel-safe engine and carburetors, resealed rear end, rebuilt suspension with new and rebuilt hydraulics, new and rebuilt brakes, new fuel system, new stainless-steel performance exhaust, and a new Parchment leather interior with green piping and new carpeting, new mohair top and boot, and a Moto-Lita steering wheel. The original transmission was rebuilt and is included. The car was stripped to bare metal and all metal panels were acid washed before the base coat/clear coat paint was applied to the exterior, interior, underside, wheel wells and engine bay. Heat insulation was also installed. It wears re-dipped or new aftermarket chrome, original door glass, new windshield, new rubber seals, new interior trunk trim, new 72-spoke wheels, driving lamps and badge bar. This multiple award winner is documented by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust.

1962 Cadillac Series 62 Topless Custom Roadster

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This 1962 Cadillac topless custom roadster conversion features a full shaved exterior, chopped windshield, AccuAir suspension, 22" Raceline wheels and Continental tires. It’s powered by an LS crate engine with a ported LSA supercharger and Stage 3 camshaft, backed by a 4L60E automatic transmission and a Ford 9" rear end. The engine is completely ARP-studded and is equipped with an aluminum radiator, dual electric fans, dual transmission coolers and dual heat exchangers. This Cadillac features a fully powder-coated undercarriage with stainless-steel exhausts. The interior sports a 2014 Cadillac CTS-V conversion upholstered in leather and Alcantara suede, hand-built wraparound rear seats, push-button start, and factory pop-up navigation with a full Rockford Fosgate sound system. The roadster sits on a complete tubular suspension with rack & pinion steering and big brakes all around. All chrome has been replaced to show finish and custom LED headlights were added, along with LED lighting all around. This custom Cadillac was built and displayed at the 2017 SEMA Show.

1932 Ford B400 Custom Boyd Convertible

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Professionally designed and fabricated by the late legend Boyd Coddington, this 1932 B400 was almost entirely completed in Boyd's shop in La Habra, CA, when he passed away unexpectedly. While retaining the basic look and characteristics of this now 83-year-old classic automobile, this all-steel '32 Ford B400 features just about all of the high-performance, safety and creature comforts available on a modern high-performance sports vehicle. These unique features include an ultra-high-performance fuel-injected Roush engine, a 4-speed automatic transmission, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power rack & pinion steering, air conditioning, custom instrumentation, power windows, a premium leather-upholstered interior, as well as a racing-inspired Boyd Coddington all-independent suspension system. This is the B400 model that features a one-off designed steel lift-off Carson top. This '32 Ford Model B400 street rod was custom-designed and fabricated using many of the finest modern components available. It was designed and 90% built by the master Boyd Coddington and finished by THR Restorations, paint by Bernet Carlsen, chrome by Sherm's Custom Plating, one-off steel body by Marcel Del Lay and stunning interior by Ron Mangus. All work performed is of the highest quality. Verified in the Official Boyd Coddington American Registry with a Certificate of Authenticity, the entire vehicle is both highly detailed and well-finished.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Hardtop

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This custom Bel Air was professionally built by some of the best specialists in the hot rod restoration business. Thousands of hours of labor and an extensive list of parts went into this 3-year project, which was completed in 2017. The car has less than 1,200 miles since its completion and was a Magnificent 7 recipient at the Houston Autorama in 2017, including receiving First in Class and an Outstanding Custom Award for the first and only showing of the car. Features include a professionally designed/engineered custom chassis with adjustable coilovers, DSE power rack & pinion, sixth-generation Corvette spindles and a 1" sway bar up front; out back there's a 4-link rear suspension with aluminum Panhard bar holding a custom 9" rear housing with a Moser center section containing 3.89 gears, Truetrac differential and Moser 31-spline axles. A brand-new LS3 hot-cam engine with over 500hp was installed under the hood and is backed by a Tremec T-56 6-speed manual transmission. The engine has a polished front serpentine system, custom-made aluminum valve covers, cold-air intake and coil relocation brackets to hide the coils. The body was removed from the old chassis and stripped to bare metal; a custom firewall, inner fenders, transmission tunnel and trunk floor were fabricated, then everything was painted with PPG single-stage black; the new chassis was powder-coated black before it was assembled. A custom interior was installed by Sid Chavers using Hydes leather and chrome was refinished. A custom audio system was installed using the highest-grade Mosconi and Focal components available, while custom-designed Dakota Digital analog gauges and a custom steering wheel made by EVOD to replicate the original finish off the interior nicely. Other features include Wilwood brakes, custom stainless exhaust with MagnaFlow mufflers, all-new wiring products from Ron Francis with custom mil-spec connectors used in engine bay, Ricks Tanks stainless fuel tank with all-stainless fuel and brake lines, AutoRad aluminum radiator/core support with twin 14" cooling fans, Ringbrothers hood hinges, Flaming River tilt steering column, Vintage Air, Rain Gear wipers, Dynamat insulation and ARP bolts. Budnik Remington L wheels are fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires.

2012 Factory Five Shelby Daytona Re-creation

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This 2012 Factory Five Shelby Daytona re-creation is painted Ford Ingot Silver Metallic with Matte Black stripes. The interior features glove-leather-covered racing seats, with Simpson racing harnesses, cross-stitched door panels and Polk Audio speakers. A combination of Vintage Air defrost, air conditioning and heater keep the occupants comfortable. The dash was signed by Daytona coupe designer Peter Brock. It is powered by a Ford 332ci engine that has been meticulously rebuilt and upgraded with an Eagle crankshaft, internally balanced Mahle forged pistons, high-performance COMP Cam hydraulic cam, lifters, timing chain and gears. Fuel delivery comes from a Ford EFI fuel system. Backing the engine is an aftermarket T5 5-speed manual transmission with a 10.5” King-Cobra-style clutch kit and Factory Five Type 65 exhaust headers. The fiberglass body sits on a complete tubular chassis with a full roll cage, and handling is provided by KONI front and rear coilover shocks. A Ford Racing rear axle girdle was added to the rebuilt Ford 8.8” rear axle. **TITLED AS A 2012 KIT**

1970 Buick GSX Stage 1

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This 1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 was first sold at Tom Endicott Buick in Pompano Beach, FL, and was acquired by its current owner in 1999. Power comes from the matching-numbers 455ci V8 engine paired with a 3-speed TH400 automatic transmission. Modifications include TA Performance aluminum cylinder heads, an Edelbrock intake manifold and Poston exhaust headers. This GSX is offered with removed factory parts, records from current ownership, a reproduction Window Sticker and GSX Historical Society documentation. It comes equipped with factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power seat, power windows, cruise control and factory 8-track player. The car runs and drives well.

1969 Dodge Charger 500

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This limited-production 1969 Dodge Charger 500 has gone through a professional nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. It is powered by a 426ci 8-cylinder HEMI engine and a 3-speed automatic transmission. This vehicle is equipped with performance 3.55 Sure-Grip differential and axle ratio, dual 4-barrel carburetors, locking gas cap, console, AM radio, rear speaker, sport steering wheel and stripe delete. Riding on cast wheels with red line tires, it is an original factory HEMI-powered car. It won trophies both times it was shown at Concours d' Elegance events. Only 500 Charger 500 cars were produced in late 1968, and 67 were equipped with the 426ci HEMI engine. When ordered, it was fitted with flush-mounted grilles, special trim mountings, a flush-mounted rear window, and a shortened trunk lid designed for exceptional aerodynamics. This Charger 500 performs as it should with great power and speed. All gauges, radio, controls, wipers, lights, heater, defrost, fan speeds and roll up windows function as they should. There is no rust on the original body, and the underside is detailed. It is finished in correct Green Metallic paint and shows nicely with the great body panel fitment and gaps. This car has a replacement block, but the original block comes with the sale with a stamping number that matches the car’s VIN (the original block is damaged but is correct to this car).

2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition

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This 2012 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition is still in the wrapper and not dealer-prepped, with 42 actual miles. All stickers and factory markings are on the car, including the plastic protection. This is one of 767 built for the 2012 model year and is finished in Silver Ingot with Race Red highlights. It’s powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It comes equipped with adjustable suspension, unique side- and rear-exit quad exhaust, and unique 3.73 rear axle with Torsen differential. All factory add-ons are still in the box, including an additional front spoiler and air ducts for the transmission and brakes. Track key is installed, and the car has never been raced or abused. It features rear seat and heater delete from the factory for weight savings. It features all available factory options, including Boss interior, reverse side stripe, pedestal rear spoiler and the Boss package car cover. The original battery is included. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company manufacturer safety recalls issued on 05/27/2015: Driver airbag inflator replacement; and on 01/26/2019: Passenger airbag inflator replacement.

1955 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

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This 1955 Cadillac Eldorado convertible is powered by a 331ci V8 engine with dual 4-barrel Rochester carburetors, boasting 270hp, backed by an automatic transmission. This frame-off-restored classic is finished in blue with a matching blue interior and the classic look of the shark tailfins. Options include an electric clock and power steering, brakes, seats and windows. There were 118,579 Cadillacs produced in 1955, with 3,950 of those being Eldorado convertibles. From the World of Classics Collection.

2007 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake

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2007 was the first year of the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake build package. This is CSM # 63. Powered by a Kenne Bell supercharged 5.4-liter V8 engine making 725hp with a 6-speed manual transmission, as well as all the performance enhancements from Shelby Automobile, Inc., when Carroll Shelby was at the helm. $33,000 Super Snake package with key performance enhancements such as Baer 6-piston calipers, Eibach adjustable coilover suspension and sway bars. This is a two-owner car with 1,162 actual miles and complete documentation. Recent paint correction with ceramic coating. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company safety recall on 05/27/2015: Drivers airbag inflator replacement; Ford Motor Company safety recall on 01/27/2019: Passenger airbag inflator replacement.

1971 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1 Convertible

Vehicle Details

This matching-numbers 1971 LT-1 Corvette convertible is powered by a 350/330hp engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. It’s finished in War Bonnett Yellow paint with Saddle interior and white top, and has 49,287 original miles (mileage not indicated on title).

1962 Chrysler 300H

Vehicle Details

This is one of 558 1962 Chrysler 300H coupes produced. It is powered by a 413ci 8-cylinder engine with 2-barrel carburetor producing 380hp mated to an automatic transmission. Options include power steering, brakes, windows and antenna, Golden Tone radio, adjustable side mirrors and leather seats. It’s finished red over a beige interior. From the World of Classics Collection.

1967 Ford Mustang GT "Bullitt" Re-creation

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This one-of-a-kind “Bullitt” re-creation started with an S-Code Mustang GT. New materials and components were used to provide a true image of the cars used in the movie. A tremendous amount of time was spent researching the cars used in the actual movie. The car was disassembled and sanded to bare metal, all car badging holes filled with metal, body gaps fitted, marker lights corrected, and the whole thing finished in Highland Green Metallic paint with the correct exterior trim pieces. All chrome kept on the car was replated. Its American Racing Torq Thrust 16x8” wheels were painted with the correct Eastwood Charcoal Gray, then fitted with Bridgestone Potenza tires. The interior was completely restored to movie specs, down to the wood-grain dash, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and center and overhead consoles. The interior also features Detroit Vintage electronic gauges and a RetroSound Bluetooth stereo/phone system with power antenna. Under the hood rests an 8-stack fuel-injected Roush 402-IR engine with custom “Bullitt” valve covers, body-colored K&N air filters and ceramic-coated headers. Also features a Flowmaster exhaust system, Billet Specialties black anodized aluminum pulley system and Classic Auto Air cooling system, Kevlar short-shift clutch, Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission, aluminum driveshaft and reinforced rear end with 3.50 gears. Other driving features include power assist rack & pinion steering, Wilwood Pro Series disc brakes, and a Total Control sway bar and suspension system. This Mustang has been kept in a climate-controlled collection and comes with Mustang GT parts, receipts and other information. A select offering from the Chip Watkins Collection.

1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible

Vehicle Details

This 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible is powered by a 390ci 8-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed Hydramatic automatic transmission and has 33,500 original mile (title reads mileage exempt). Options include air conditioning, Autronic Eye and cruise control, as well as power steering, brakes, windows, locks, trunk, vents and seats. It’s finished in green with a matching green interior, complemented by fog lights and whitewall tires. From the World of Classics Collection.

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

Vehicle Details

This frame-off-restored 1968 Chevelle is powered by a 396ci big-block engine coupled to an automatic transmission. It’s finished in black with red stripes over a black interior with bucket seats and center console. It’s equipped with power steering, power brakes, dual exhaust, Flowmaster mufflers and American Racing wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich radial red line tires.

1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

Vehicle Details

This real J-code GT, with Marti Report included, is powered by a 302ci engine with a 4-barrel carburetor backed by an automatic transmission. It comes equipped with power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioner, tilt steering, center console and dual exhaust.