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1932 Ford Roadster
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1932 Ford Roadster Dark Green Metallic/Tan Leather

One very nice, exceptional show quality car, with tons of chrome and stainless.

No expenses spared on this beauty. Professionally built by one of the best, and only 600 miles since completion.

Some highlights on this car feature: Harwood Glass Body, T.C.I. Chassis, Chevrolet 350 Cu. In. Crate Motor, 700 - R4 Automatic Transmission W/Overdrive, Ford 9” W/Coil Over Springs, Front Disc Brakes, Polished Tubular Independent Front Suspension, All Suspension Powder Coated, Chromed or Stainless, Stewart Warner Wing Guage Package (Classic Style), Custom Leather Interior W/Under Seat Heat, Interior Tonneau Cover, Custom Teak Wood Wheel W/Custom Wheel Cover, Lokar Floor Mount Shifter W/Tilt Steering Wheel, CD Stereo, 5 Speaker Sound W/CD Stacker.

 

Asking only $85,000.00

 

1933 Ford Roadster
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1933 Ford Roadster, Best of the Best

 

This little 1933 Roadster has been featured in two American Rodder magazine issues since completed and was one of 79 cars picked as the Best of the Best in the Country. Exceptional show quality in every respect.

No expenses spared on this beauty. Professionally built by only the highest quality rod builders in the area. Showing 11,879 sunny day, issue free miles since completion. This car has never been washed and was only polished with dry wash since new.

Some highlights on this car feature: Roadster, by Wescott body W/modifications: DuVal windsheild, Dropped Headlights. Chevrolet small block 383 Cu. In, W/stainless headers, glass Pac’s and pipes, Turbo 350 automatic transmission, T.C.I. Chassis, Front magnum four bar suspension and rear four bar W/Coil Overs. Ford 8” (373:1-Ratio) rear differential, Brakes: front disc W/rear drum, Wheels: 1953 Cadillac 6X15 Wires, Interior M-B Leather and M-B cloth top.

The real focal points of the whole car is the original Auburn dash and gauges with the original 1933 folding roadster top frame assembly. Also the 1939 Ford steering column and 39 Banjo wheel very much compliment the car.

 

Far less than a replacement value today $125,000.00

 

1939 Ford 4DR Sedan Convertible
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1939 Ford 4Dr Convertible Sedan

Washington blue exterior with brown leather interior. All steel with added 1940 hood and grill. 1942 Mercury flathead with dual carbs and aluminum heads. Bright red big and littles with wide whites, chrome center caps and stainless rings really accent this fine automobile.

A very high quality body-off restoration to perfection. Total production of this model was approximatley 3,561 units. We were told this car was sold originally when new at the California World Fair in 1939. Original licence plates.

 

Offered for sale at a very reasonable price.

$129,500.00

 

 

1939 Ford Rumble Seat Convertible
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1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible

This 1939 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet Rumble Seat Convertible is without a doubt, in my opinion, possibly one of the nicest 1939's on the planet.

Jefferson blue exterior with tan leather interior to original. All steel and a perfect frame off show quality restoration as documented with a complete photo album. A four year restoration at a cost in excess of $90,000 using only the finest of craftsman and materials.

One of the finest for the most descriminating perfectionist.

 

Offered for sale at a very reasonable price.

$129,500.00

 

1940 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible
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1940 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible

This 1940 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible is all steel featuring mandarin maroon exterior with tan leather interior. Tan hartz top and matching boot. Flathead, three speed, dual exhaust, rear skirts, front and rear bumper guards with wing tips, twin mirrors, clock and an original working radio.

An outstanding restoration of an exceptional original car. Showing only 26,226 miles believed to be actual.

This car is for the most descriminating collector.

 

Offered for sale at.

$129,500.00

 

1948 Dodge Pickup Older Restoration
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1948 Dodge Pickup, Very Nice Older Restoration

This little 1948 Dodge ½ pickup model DE1-08, built by Dodge Trucks and manufactured by Chrysler Corporation of Canada Limited has only 47,770.7 actual miles since new and has only been driven approximately 3,000 miles since the complete restoration done approximately 10 years ago. Original flathead six cylinder motor with 82 certified net horsepower and a three speed floor mounted shift. Original wheels/hubcaps (please see the picture with the original mounting instructions in the hubcap). Even a complete set of original Chrysler Autopar radial tires. Runs and drives great, exceptional unmolested original condition.

1948 Dodge Pickup Hup Cap Instructions
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Asking Only $16,900.00

1951 Ford Custom 2 Dr
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1951 Ford Custom 2 Door Flathead V-8 ( Rotisserie Frame Off )

1951 Ford Custom 2 Dr with exceptional show quality correct two tone Dune Beige and Penrod Tan paint. Features the flathead V-8 motor, with the first year of the automatic transmission and this car came with this rare option. Completely restored every nut, bolt, washer with a rotisserie frame off restoration that would probably cost double the cost of what I’m asking for this car today not including the cost of a beautiful 35,728.8 actual mile original car to start with.

We have owned this car for the past 18 years

 

Asking only 54,900.00

 

1956 Ford T-Bird
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One of the Finest Most Original Baby Birds in Existance Today
This prestine 1956 Ford T-Bird is quiet possibly one of the finest non-restored Baby Birds you would have the good fortune to own today. Calypso coral exterior with red/white interior. Original Arizona automobile with only two original owners. Very low 59,000 actual miles. Optional high performance 312 V-8 engine with automatic transmission. Engine dress up kit and very rare air conditioning (both dealer installed when new) and power seat make this car very desirable and rare. New Mercedes cloth tan convertible top and original hardtop included.
Very incredible automobile
Asking $79,900.00

1958 Ford T-Bird Big Motor Option
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1958 Ford Thunderbird Original Paint 69K Actual Miles

1958 Ford Thunderbird with the rare H code big motor option and automatic transmission in original unmolested condition. Options include power steering, brakes and windows. Very nice glass and very nice chrome and stainless. Exceptional original paint and only 69,906 actual miles. I had the good fortune of finding this car in an underground heated parking garage belonging to an apartment style condo.

The car was stored for over 30 years. When I received the car I installed a new battery, drained and cleaned the fuel tank, new oil and filter change and did a complete tune up with plugs, points, condenser, cap and rotor. Overhauled the original carburetor and installed new no E fuel and topped off all fluids . The car runs and drives like a finely tuned clock. Probably one on the finest low actual mile cars with original paint you would have the good fortune to find today with exceptional investment potential.

The only reason I have even considered selling this unique piece is I am running out of heated enclosed storage room and just looking to downsize our collection a little.

Asking only $19,900.00.

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409/425 4Spd A/C
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She’s So Fine This 409

This is quite possibly, in my opinion, one of the finest restored 1964 Impala SS 409’s you would have the good fortune to own. The attention to detail and quality of workmanship is next to perfect.

The car originally built in Los Angeles, spent its entire life in California until the last couple of years. This is an original 409 340 horse car engine code QG block with factory air conditioning. The car does not have the original motor to this car, but does have a correct date coded and correct for the era late 1963 early 1964 code QB 409 425 horse block. With all the correct parts to make this car as close to an original car as possible. Correct carburetors and 925/926 exhaust manifolds with an exact reproduction exhaust system.

The approximate total production figures for the 1964 409’s show only 8,684 units, with a very low production of only 1,997 units with the 409-425HP.

Optional equipment includes:

  • L80 (409/425) Muncie M20, 6200 red line tach
  • G80 355 Positraction rear axle
  • C60 Air-conditioning
  • N40 Power steering
  • C14 2 speed wiper/washer
  • Z02 Push-button control radio and rear speaker
  • A01 Soft Ray tinted easy-eye glass
  • V31 Front bumper guard
  • V32 Rear bumper guard
  • Day/Night rear view mirror, rear antenna, Airchute belts

Partial Listing of New Equipment installed:

  • Complete ( exact reproduction ) exhaust system 
  • Power steering pump c/w steering stabilizer and control valve.
  • Power brake bellows and cadmium plating.
  • Correct 409 coil springs.
  • Brakes ( master cylinder, wheel cylinders, hardware kits, shoes, all hard/soft lines.
  • Front End (upper/lower ball joints, upper/lower control arm bushings, idler arm, tie rod ends, stabilizer bushings and links, inner and outer wheel bearings and seals).
  • Air Conditioning (compressor, dryer/accumulator, heater core, expansion valve, high/low pressure hoses, relays and wiring harnesses) with Freezone RB276 refrigerant.
  • Gas tank complete with 3/8” hard/soft fuel lines and ¼” hard/soft return lines.
  • Shocks complete set of four.
  • Wiring harnesses.
  • NOS moldings.
  • Dash pad and interior (original headliner).
  • Seat belts (professionally restored Airchute’s OEM).
  • Correct air cleaner c/w NOS filter element.
  • Correct radiator and fan shroud, incorrect cooling fan (aftermarket).
  • Original style T3 headlights
  • NOS tail light housings, lenses, and bezels.
  • Date coded hoses and sparkplug wires.
  • Correct all new clutch components, flywheel, clutch disc, pressure plate, throw-out bearing, fork, adjusting rod, cross shaft.

Engine, transmission and differential professionally rebuilt. Car has less than 500 miles since complete restoration. This car has been garaged since new. The car had approximately 87,000 actual miles prior to the restoration.

This car runs, shifts, and drives like a new 1964 Impala SS. The air conditioning blows cold and the complete undercarriage on this car is one of the best.

 

Same attention to detail under as on top.

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1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427/400 Tri Power
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1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 - 400 Tri - Power - 4 Speed

This rare 427-400 Horse Tri Power 4 Speed has 36,745 actual documented miles. Multiple N.C.R.S. top flight awards. Documentation is everything on a car like this and this car without a doubt has it all.

One of the finest unrestored Corvettes quite possibly in existance today.

This automobile is for the serious Investor and most descriminating collector.

1967 Corvette Fact / Specs Sheet

  • Vehicle Identification Number: 194377S114624
  • 437 = Coupe 7 = 1967 14624 = 14, 624 Car Produced
  • Time Built Date: H23 (March 23)
  • Interior Trim Code: Std (Standard) Black Vinyl Interior
  • Body Sequence Code: S4518 (4,518 th Body Built at St. Louis)
  • Paint Colour Code: 980AA (Elkhart Blue [ Lacquer ]) Black Stinger

Mechanical Specifications

  • Engine Casting Number: 3904351 (High Performance, 4 Bolt Main)
  • Engine Casting Date: C87 (March 8, 1967) Engine Serial Number : 7114624
  • Engine Code Number: TO313JC
  • TO = Tonawanda Plant, Buffalo New York
  • 313 = March 13
  • JC = Tri Carbuerated
  • Head Casting Number: 3909802
  • Head Casting Dates: B147 (February 14,1967) B77 (February 7, 1967)
  • Carbuerator (Holley) Numbers 3660 (Primary) 3659 (Secondary)
  • Intake Manifold Casting Number: 3894382
  • Exaust Manifold Casting Numbers: 3880827 (Left) 3880828 (Right)
  • Distributor Serial Number: 1111248 (Transistor Ignition)
  • Distributror Date Code Number: 7B14 (1967 February 14)
  • Alternator Number: 1100696 Amperage: 42 A Date Code: 7C13 (1967 March 13)
  • Starter Number (Delco Remy) 11073657C
  • Transmission Serial Number (S): 7S114624 388501 3884685
  • Rear Axle Code: AT (308 Rear End Ratio)
  • Rear Axle Date Code: 31667 (March 16, 1967)

Documents:

  • Tank Sticker
  • Build Sheet
  • Bill of Sale
  • Order Sheet
  • Protect O Plate
  • Original Keys
  • Mileage Statements
  • Original Title ( Copy )
  • NCRS Judging Sheets, Top Flight Certificate / Ribbon
  • NCRS Restorer Magazine ( Winter 1986 )

Previous Owners : Three and I have all the names and numbers. I have talked with each owner of the car.

 

Very reasonable price in today's market.

$245,000.00

 

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Cvt Can Am Car
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Own this Memorable Piece of History

 

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Convertible, documented Can Am Pace Car. LS 5 360 horsepower, automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, power top, AM push-button radio. This particular car is the Pace Car for the 1970 Can-Am races held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in July, 1970. This car was a (G.M. of Canada Zone Stock Car) as also documented with General Motors Vintage Vehicle Services. I have two original build sheets for the car and the race program for the Klondike “ 200” Can-Am Challenge Cup Series dated July 26, 1970.

This is the Provisional Entry List of the following drivers.

1. George Follmer of Arcadia, CA., U.S.A.

3. Bob Brown of New York City, N.Y., U.S.A.

5. Denis Hulme of New Zealand

8. Tony Dean of Oulton, Leeds, England

9. Bill Overhauser of Sacramento, CA., U.S.A.

11. Lothar Motschenbacher of Beverly Hills, CA., U.S.A.

13. Jerry Titas of Encino, CA., U.S.A.

14. Graeme Lawrence of New Zealand

17. Ron Goldleaf of Watkins Glen, N.Y., U.S.A.

19. Gary Wilson of Towanda, KS., U.S.A.

21. Jerry Smith of Reseda, CA., U.S.A.

24. Bob Nagel of Bethel Park, PA., U.S.A.

25. Jerry Hodge of St. Louis, MS., U.S.A.

26. Peter Revson of New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

27. Frank Kahlich of Gross Pointe, MI., U.S.A.

34. George Drolson of Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

39. Rainer Brezinka of Toronto, Canada.

43. M. Brooke Doran of Burket, IN., U.S.A.

47. Gordon B. Dewar of Ottawa, Ontario

48. Dan Gurney of England

51. David F. Causey of Carmel, IN., U.S.A.

54. Oscar Koveleski of Scranton, PA., U.S.A.

55. Roger McCaig of Regina Saskatchewan

57. John Cordts of Barrie, Ontario

59. Peter Gregg of Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

66. Jim Hall of Midland, TX., U.S.A.

75. Bob Dini of Valley Cottage, NY., U.S.A.

76. Jim Adams of Beverly Hills, CA., U.S.A.

77. Leonard Janke of Pender, NE., U.S.A.

81. Dick Durant of Hazelwood, MI., U.S.A.

84. William Wonder of Glencoe, N.Y., U.S.A.

98. George Eaton of Toronto, Ontario

Chris Amon of New Zealand

Jackie Oliver of England

This car was completely restored from the very good, low mileage original. The restoration included new paint in the original color (original acrylic lacquer), complete detailing of the engine compartment, new top, pads, upholstery, a tinted shaded windshield, and restore trunk. Even the tires are N.O.S. (new old stock) bias ply tires as original.

 

Very reasonable price in today's market. 

$240,000.00

 

1973 Vega Pro Street V-8 Automatic
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PRO STREET “BAD BOY” Street or Track Low Actual Miles

This car was THE COVER CAR for the magazine HOT RODDING on the may 1989 issue. This is a very professionally built 1973 Vega Pro Street version called VEGABOND and I will give you a description of the article. The article began with the car featured on the cover and then on page 3 also page 82 and then continued on page 106. This is an incredible article on a very exquisite car.

The article went like this. Page three “ON THE COVER” “ We went to Phoenix to capture Tito De La Penda’s “Under A Grand Vega,” which is just as nifty as a slightly detailed engine compartment in Tim Thaeyer’s Thunderbird shown elsewhere in this issue. Photo’s by Les “Wow, my first cover!” Bidrawn and Steve “ I hate Sushi” Reyes

Page 82 a complete page with four pictures and the ariticle by Chris Hemer stating. “We’ve got some Vegas,” said Ellis Taylor the proprietor of F&L Auto Wrecking in Mesa, Ariz. For what seemed like a very long time now, Tito De La Pena had been looking for a decent’ 73 Vega that he could transform into a daily-driven street hero. “Come on down and have a look, “Ellis continued, “because we’re just gonna crush ’em up.”

Tito arrived at F&L only a short while later to examine Ellis’ collection. Kicking his way through the yard, he looked at one vega then another. Both were to far gone to consider for his project. Then he saw it - the car he had been looking for. Walking up to it, he noticed that the body was almost perfect, and the engine and transmission had already been removed. Tito began to smile, as he looked inside to determine the condition of the interior. To his amazement, it was in perfect shape, including the seats, which are normally ripped. The odometer showed only 30,000 miles. Perfect!.

Tito wasted no time and took the car over to hi buds at Key Engineering for a no-holds-barred Pro Street treatment, including narrowed 2x3 frame rails and eight point cage, fashioned from mild steel. A narrowed Ford nine-inch spinning 456 gears was hung in place and was fitted with Key Engineering four link, Chassis Engineering coil overs, track locater and a driveshaft loop for safety. The front suspension remains stock, with the exception of shortened front coils to achieve the ride height.

Very little body work was needed, but the moulding holes had to be filled, and the wheel wells stretched for the appropriate Pro Street rubber, Bruce Birmingham of southwest Auto Painting in Tempe, Ariz., came to the rescue, preparing the car for what was to come next: a blinding yellow paint job by Denny Bloom with graphics by Ty Woodhall, both of whom work at Autographx in Mesa, Ariz.

With the outside complete and looking’ good, the interior work was next on Titos’ check list. For this, he contacted Richard Fimbres over at Coulter Cadillac, who not only re stitches Caddy interiors, but also does custom work on the side. Richard reupholstered the flow Fit seats in black velour and laid down the black loop carpeting. A ‘76 Cougar console was adapted to the Vega’s trans tunnel, and houses a Hurst Quarter Stick, as well as Stewart-Warner gages, with all tin and fab work by Tito.

By now, Tito had plenty of time to think about what he wanted in the way of power. Since driving the car every day to work had to be taken into consideration, he decided to go the “rad but reliable” route, and had Larry Westover of the Car Care Company, of Mesa, put together an appropriate mill. Starting with a .030-over four-bolt 350, Larry added a steel crank, Chevy “pink” rods and TRW forged pistons at a streetable 9:1 compression ratio. Chevy 2.02 heads were ported and polished, with valve actuation coming from a Competition Cams stick with .510 lift and 292 degrees of duration. Induction is by a single 750-cfm vacum secondary Holley atop a Holley Contender manifold with ignition by Mallory and headers by Don Hardy. The tranny choice was simple-a Larry Westover-modified ’Glide with Hughs 3200-rmp stall converter and Russell trans cooler.

Rest assured, Tito finally found what he wanted. Now comes the fun part-deciding what you want to do next.

1973 Vega Pro Street Hot Rod Cover Car
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Showing only 39,060 Actual Miles.

Asking only $24,900.00

Far below replacement cost on a build like this today.

 

1983 Mercedes 380SL White Only 32,370 Actual Miles
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1983 Mercedes 380SL Roadster, 32,370 Actual Miles

One exceptional 1983 Mercedes 380 SL Roadster from our private collection. Very nice white exterior with biscuit interior and a chocolate brown convertible top. Also included is the original white matching hard top. The car is loaded up with options and just had a new battery, electric fuel pump and filter assembly as well as a new exhaust system. This car has only 32,370 actual miles and is an extremely nice always garaged investment automobile.

Only $22,995.00

1991 Corvette ZR1
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1991 Corvette ZR1 Low Actual Miles

 

Just as the original 1991 Corvette ZR-1 dealer brochure description depicts, for Corvette enthusiasts, 1990 was quite a year. The introduction of the Corvette ZR1 was the sports car event of the modern era. And the competition is still running for cover.

Never before has an American car attracted so much attention, dominated so many magazine covers in the U.S.A. and in Europe, or received so much adoration worldwide. Among the accolades, a usually reserved Road & Track Magazine named the ‘90 Corvette ZR-1 one of the five best cars in the world.

After a debut like that, you’d expect the Corvette design team to take a bit of a breather; didn’t happen. The excitement continued in 1991-and as before-it begins under the hood.

The already legendary ZR-1 engine the LT5 V8 is an all - aluminum 5.7 liter design. Each cylinder head has dual overhead camshafts (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. Fuel delivery is by microprocessor-controlled Multi-Port Injection with two injectors per cylinder. There is no distributor. Ignition is via a four-coil “direct-fire” system.

Compression ratio is 11.01:1. Horsepower is 375 at 5800 RPM; torque is 370 ft.-lbs. At 4800 RPM.

All-new styling envelops this technological tour de force for 1991. At the front, wraparound halogen fog/cornering lamps and a reshaped front bumper design immediately identify the ’91. The new look also includes horizontal front fender gill panels, wider body-color side moldings and re-styled aluminum wheels. At the front and rear, a new version of the Corvette “crossed flags” emblem. Five interior colors and ten exterior colors.

New standard equipment includes a “delay” feature for accessories. This feature continues to supply power to the entertainment system and power windows for up to 15 minutes after the ignition key is turned to “off” or until the drivers door is opened-whichever happens first.

In addition to the 32-valve V8, features that set the ZR-1 apart from other 1991 Corvettes include flared doors and rear bodywork to accommodate ZR-1’s super-wide rear tires. Rear tread width on the ZR-1 is 61.9 inches - 1.5 inches more than the regular Corvette. The ZR-1 is not available with an automatic transmission. The fully synchronized 6-speed manual transmission - rated at 425 ft. - lbs. of torque - was specifically designed for the ZR-1 by Zabnradfabrik Friedsbafen (ZF) A.G. of West Germany.

A unique Power Key provides the ZR-1 owner with a choice of two engine settings. When “Full” mode is selected, the ZR-1’s full potential is unleashed. “Normal” mode limits the driver to about 210 HP. ZR-1 also includes a more complete roster of standard equipment than other Corvettes. Standard features include a Delco/Bose AM/FM stereo with stereo cassette tape player and digital compact disc player, electronic control air conditioning, leather sport seats with 6-way power adjuster and lumbar support, and a low-tire-pressure warning system. The FX3 Selective Ride Control provides three settings: Tour, Sport and Perf ( Performance ) via a console-mounted switch. Each of these settings gives unique ride and handling characteristics.

After driving the ’90 ZR-1, Road & Track declared, “This car ushers in a new era, in which we are no longer faced with either-or choices…now we can have it all.”

Fort Stockton, Texas, doesn’t roll off the tongue like Indy, Lemans or Sebring. But it is where the fastest cars in the world come to run. It was here, at the Fort Stockton Firestone/Bridgestone high speed test track, that a pair of Corvettes set nine new international class standards and three world records in March 1990. The red ZR-1 that smashed the decades-old mark by over 15MPH (averaging 175.885 MPH) was factory-stock with the addition of a straight-pipe exhaust system, extended-range fuel cell and special Goodyear racing tires.

Eight veteran endurance drivers, including three Corvette engineers, took turns behind the wheel of the ZR-1 in the 24-hour run. They braved gusty winds and freezing temperatures throughout the night, and the hot Texas sun all day long. Through it all, the ZR-1 ran flawlessly. The only stops were for gasoline, tires, and driver changes.

“You need a world-class production car to set world records,” said chief driver Tommy Morrison. “I had a lot of thoughts as we broke the 24-hour record. I remember thinking we’d done something historic. I felt fortunate to be in the car,” he added.

Corvette ZR-1 had already distinguished itself as one of the world’s best production sports car in head-to-head comparisons with Europe’s finest. On the Fort Stockton race track, Corvette ZR-1 delivered race-car speed and endurance for the equivalent of ten Indy 500 races back to back - at an average speed of over 175 MPH.

The ZR-1 had come to run - and run it most certainly did, accomplishing in 24 hours what no other car had been able to do in the preceding 50 years. And the Federation International

de l’Automobile put it all into the record book, lest anyone forget the world-class run of a truly world-class vehicle.

The 1991 Corvette had a very low production of only 2,044.

This Corvette I am offering for sale, has always been garaged and covered. This is without a doubt one of the nicest, very low actual mile originals, I’ve had the good fortune to own and as the description say’s “Like Finding the Needle in the Haystack”. This bright red exterior/red leather interior car features the option of dual removable roof panels. This car was delivered new to Bass Chevrolet, Inc. P.O. Box 2829, Longview TX 75606.

Included in the sale the new owner will receive 2 sets of keys, both removable roof panels, the original window sticker showing the total vehicle price of $65,583.00, the original build sheet, the original owners manual, and booklets and other additional literature on the car.

This ZR-1 is one of the finest cars you would have the good fortune to own today. The preservation and care this fine ZR-1 has received is unsurpassed. Original paint and still gleams like showroom new (four bug marks right side of front license plate cover on the front bumper cover may need buffing, half the size of my baby finger nail) The interior is showroom new with no wear on the driver or passenger seat or along any of the stitching. The air conditioner would freeze you out and no worry of any fluids on the garage floor. The glass is all original and also in exceptional condition with no pitting or scratches. Even the wheels have never been curbed and look like they were just put on the car yesterday (inside and outside). The right rear speaker on the Delco Bose stereo system sometimes makes a buzzing noise (I haven’t looked at it yet but may need a new speaker). What a joy to have owned this exceptional car.

 

Exceptional Value

!!!! Sold !!!!

 

2002 Pontiac Trans-Am Collectors Convertible
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2002 Trans Am Collectors Edition Convertible
This is the rare collectors edition convertible with a six speed. This car was a factory order and totally optioned out. The last year of production for the Pontiac Trans Am.
Stored since new with all the original assembly line decals and window decals as they were when put on the car.  Even the original plastic on the seats. Just the way the car was requested to be delivered and only 18 actual miles.
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2002 Collectors Edition Window Decal on Car
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This is an exceptional opportunity to own quite possibly one of the lowest mile, complete originals, just the way it was delivered.
One of the most popular automobiles of all time.
Offered at a very reasonable price.
$52,900.00

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