1961 Corvette C 1 numbers matching C4 drive /lt1 resto mod. Paul Newman design frame, suspension, engine and transmission installation. No expense spared drive to the show quality.
C4 LT1 engine, suspension, transmission and rear end Sanderson cast iron ceramic coated headers Reworked computer by Tec 12 All gauges and clock done by Gauges by Roger Reproduction leather seats Al knock Be Cool radiator Flaming River stainless steel steering column Reduced size leather steering wheel Am Fm Mp3 Wonderbar reproduction stereo Eva six 4000 series brakes with temperature dots Adjustable brake proportional valve Powder coated frame All stainless steel exhaust and brake and gas lines Show chrome alternator, a/c compressor, bullet serpentine system Vintage A/C New electric windows
A gorgeous and rare 1956 corvette. This was one of 387 produced with 210 hp engine. This beautiful corvette is finished in Aztec Copper. This 1956 Corvette is in original condition with matching numbers. Low mileage and full ownership history of this Corvette. There were 3467 1956 Corvettes made, and very few are left.
Beautiful Fresh Resto Mod 1940 Oldsmobile Dynamic G-Series Coupe, built by American Gasser in Saginaw, MI. The body was totally disassembled and media blasted. The body mods include rear fenders widened 3″ so no mini-tubing had to be done. Custom fabricated running boards, Frenched headlights, shaved hood center molding as well as moldings over the head lights. Both vertical grill pieces have been shaved on both sides of center grill, and a hand fabricated center grill. The handles, moldings, taillight housings and license plate light housing have all been powered coated to match the wheels. Powering this beauty is a LS3 GM engine with headers and custom intake. Transmission is a Tremec TR-6060 6 Speed manual transmission.
A Gorgeous Fiberglass Street Beast Body with custom paint. The engine is a 350 tune port with 4L60E Transmission. Vintage heat and air conditioner. The front end is custom built frame with a Mustang II front end. The brakes are front disk. The steering, brakes and windows are powered. Tilt steering wheel, and has suicide doors with electric door poppers. Has only been driven 16xxx miles since built.
1971 Chevrolet Camaro that has been through a recent complete restoration. The car shows very well and the pictures do not do the Chevrolet factory color code correct â€œmulsanne blueâ€ paint finish justice. 1970 marks the beginning of the second generation of the wildly popular Camaro line that has led to its iconic status of the car today. The restoration is a full frame-off process that was completed 5 years ago. Only 3000 miles have been logged on the car since that time driving to & from car shows, mostly. The power plant in the front is a 350 CID V8 leading into a 4-speed auto transmission that were both rebuilt during the restoration process. Transferring that power train to the ground is a 10 bolt rear differential housing 3:73 gears. The custom interior is very nice with all new door panels, custom leather seats with the color matched â€œCamaroâ€ stitched into the headrest, a new dash with custom color matched trim pieces, headliner, & carpet. All of the custom pieces & additions have all been tastefully done. The car sits on very nice polished Cragar wheels with Mickey Thompson tires. If the paint, interior, and stance of this car hasnâ€™t already won you over, once your eyes catch the incredible attention to detail in the engine bay you will be in love. Showing nice additions such as MSD ignition, polished engine components, custom painted & polished Holley 4-barrel carburetor. No expense has been spared during the restoration process that this car has been through.
Frame off restoration 2011/2012. California car, parked in garage from 1978 to 2010. Odometer read 57K, did not function so was replaced, only 400 miles added since restoration. T-top automatic, rebuilt turbo 400. Rebuilt 427 dyno-ed at 423HP. Power windows, power steering, power brakes. Original engine code was “decked” off in the past, re-stamped TO531IQ. Block casting #3935439 E138 (May 13, 1968), Heads are June 3, 1968, rear-end code AW May 17, 1968. Car kept as original as possible, several bins of original parts and documentation included. VIN number on frame is correct. Only known issues are a bad buff area with small crack under rear bumper, can see only if lying on ground, speedometer is off 5-8 mph. Car was our uncles and have several before, during and after restoration pictures. Have original build sheet from gas tank.
If you’ve been paying attention to ’50s Chevrolet values, you already know that the 1958 Impala convertible is the biggest star in the bowtie universe. This incredible ragtop is beautifully restored and highly correct, offering everything an investor would want and everything a hobbyist can love.
Painted brilliant code 923 Rio Red, this big ragtop definitely has the right look. In 1958, the guy who ordered this car new seemed to understand that there was just no point in going subtle, not with all that chrome and the tri-tone interior. And when it was restored, they spent extra time to get it right, because this is a car that attracts a lot of attention. There’s a lot to absorb on the ’58 Impala, but even if you look closely, you’ll see that every detail is razor sharp, from the unique fins to the cool jet-like outlets on the lower quarter panel. Gaps are exemplary and the doors close with ease, the trunk lines up just right, and the giant hood lines up neatly with the grille surround. And speaking of the grille, the massive chrome bill on this car delivered spectacular results, as all the jewelry is in excellent condition. All the wonderful details that make the ’58 Impala so special are here, and all of it got the restorer’s touch before it was bolted into place. This car is simply off-the-charts nice.
I mentioned the tri-tone interior and it has also been expertly restored to as-new condition. New seat covers, fresh carpets, and gorgeous door panels with red anodized inserts accurately re-create the factory look and this is one of those cars that you can drive every day for a month and not notice all the details. Check out the two-tone steering wheel, the neatly accented floor mats, and accessory tissue dispenser under the dash. The gauges are in excellent condition, with a wide speedometer up top and auxiliary gauges in the bright metal dash panel below. There’s also a factory AM radio, which is the only component on this entire car that’s not functional. Overhead there’s a power convertible top that seals this big ragtop up without effort and it comes with a red boot for warm weather. And thanks to the continental kit out back, the trunk is positively massive and is finished with a correct mat and jack assembly.
The biggest engine you could get in 1958 was a 348 cubic inch V8, and the top performer was the tri-power version like this, featuring three 2-barrel carburetors. The uniquely shaped valve covers make it easy to spot in the engine bay and the trio of carburetors hides neatly under a large, round air cleaner. Chevy Orange paint and correct hardware, fasteners, and fittings make it look very correct. It still generates electricity with a generator and it’s fitted with a reproduction Delco tar top battery, so they obviously cared about making it look right as well as run properly. Remarkably, this big luxury cruiser is fitted with a 3-speed manual transmission, which makes it a great performer with that muscular V8 under the hood. It also sounds great with that dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers offering a classic ’50s soundtrack. Beautifully detailed chassis components, shiny red floors, and all-new hardware make this a car you can drive and show with confidence. And those gorgeous 15-inch chrome wire wheels make a high-impact car even more appealing and carry proper 7.50-14 Firestone wide whites.
Cars restored to this level are obviously quite rare, and when they’re the iconic 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible, it all adds up to a blue-chip, #1 investment car that’s a joy to drive.
1933 Ford 5 Window Coupe Hot Rod 409 Chevy 33 Hotrod
A Gorgeous 1933 ford 5 window coupe it is a all steel Henry ford car. This car has been a hot rod since the early 50’s and updated throughout the years until 1968 then from there it sat until 2012 when I had purchased it. The only thing we had done was changed the tires and fluids and tuned it up and we had been driving it ever since. Since we owned it we put about 2700 miles on it and this car does not skip a beat. The engine in the car is a 64 Impala ss 409 with a 6×2 offenhauser intake it is .20 Pistons with a isky cam and it sounds great. It’s backed up by a automatic transmission and a 57 Chevy rear end. The body on this car has absolutely no rust or rot anywhere as this car was never stored outdoors. The interior is in good shape it is starting to show some age but has no rips and still cleans up nice. This is a great car that has been on many road trips and has always been the star of the show with the 409 sticking out. if you are looking for a true old School hot rod this is it. I love this car but I recently retired and me and my wife are looking to travel the country the the toys must go. If you have any question please feel free to message me thanks and happy bidding Car has a clean Massachusetts title.
Recently restored 1968 Camaro SS 396 Convertible with Muncie 4 speed. Car was featured in Hot Rod Magazine (April 2014) as a Barn Find. As the article states the prior owner started to restore the Camaro but gave up on the restoration in 1981, then the car sat in a Barn until 3 years ago. As noted in the article the original engine was removed long ago, once into the restoration I sourced, rebuilt, and installed a proper HO 396.
All the tell tale signs were noted during the restoration to solidify the Hot Rod Magazine article that this was in fact an original SS 396 (BB heater core, BB cross member, date correct 12 bolt posi rear, proper fuel lines, as well as front 4 piston power disc brakes). Car has the original hood, floor, doors, and trunk. car came with n.o.s. fenders had installed, had to replace the 1/4s on the car (installed a pair of high quality full panels). Decided to bring the car back to its original rare P1 color combination, Sea Frost Green (less than 3% built this color in 1968) with a white top. To be honest I have rebuilt 5 prior first generation Camaros and never even seen a car this color, it is a Beautiful color. All new bushings, shocks, suspension, all new brake lines, and rebuilt brake components,compete new Flowmaster exhaust system, new under dash wire harness. All original glass in the car minus a replacement windshield, replaced gas tank and fuel lines. All electrical works, minus the original radio that is installed but inop, not sure who in there right mind would want a radio with the beautiful bello from the 4 speed 396? 15×7 rallys in front staged by 15×8 in rear, new radial t/a tires. The rebuilt 396 was brought back properly with a cast intake and Holly 4 barrel carb, engine has less than 600 miles on it. Car runs and drives very nicely, a serious car for a serious buyer clean SC title in hand. Of course any serious bidder is welcome to come see/drive the car in person prior to the end of auction.