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What a year for a great car! The 1965 Chevy Mal SS was the epitome of Chevrolet’s brilliance and ingenuity in cars of that age and time period. For 1965, Malibus and other Chevelles of that year received new grilles and revised tail sections and had the exhaust pipes replaced but carried over the same basic styling and body styles from 1964. Basically, this was the year that Chevrolet worked out the kinks and made a car that was already a really good car into a great car. Some of the more classic and iconic embodiments of the cars stayed the same though, with the Malibu and Malibu SS models continued as before with the SS featuring a blacked-out grille and special wheel covers that were very liked and very desired across the boards. With the 1965 Chevy Mal SS, the top engine option was now a 350 hp, 5.4 liter, V8. Upgrades were the [...]

Now this is a car that you will not see out cruising the beat on a regular basis. This car is the embodiment of rare, and there are thought to be very few of them in the United States currently. The 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider was a special car to say the least and it was very much liked and admired all across the nation.

For a little bit of history on the car, the Series 3 Spider was first initially previewed in North America for the 1982 model year with the introduction of 2.0 liter Bosch electronic fuel injection to replace the SPICA mechanical injection that was standard in the Series 2. The Series 3 was considered to be the, “Coming into the fold” year for the Spiders, and the 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider could not embody that concept any better.

To look further into it, the Spider underwent a major styling revamp in [...]

This particular Buick has their Wildest Engine:  the 425ci, dual 4 Barrel, 375 Horse Power Riviera Grand Sport Engine! Making this car Very Rare!

The 1965 Buick WildCat is quite the classic car. It packs a punch and a wallop as far as power goes, yet it is perfect and intrinsically excellent at being comfortable, safe, and well-built and easy to maintain. The 1965 Buick WildCat is a favorite amongst classic car enthusiasts who want a car from the 1960s but who want one that is affordable, that is fast, that is well built, that is easy to maintain, that is not excessively complicated, and that will withstand the test of time and be a comfortable ride for all who tour in it for years to come. The 1965 Buick WildCat presents and offers all this and more.

The 1965 Buick WildCat was the first year of the second generation of the Buick WildCats. It [...]

The 1969 Buick Stage Convertible was thought by many to be the hallmark of the 1960s Buicks. In fact, for years the Buick motor company had not stepped into the muscle or performance car category as other major auto manufacturers had. By the late 1960s, Buick was ready for its power play, and boy did they really deliver.

The 1969 Buick Stage Convertible is considered to be one of the most desirable and one of the rarest of the Buick performance vehicles from that era. Considered by many to be a marketing tactic, Buick had been holding back on releasing its first versions of muscle and performance cars for some time. True enough, Buick didn’t really shine in the performance area until the late 1960s.

1969 saw Buick absolutely challenge the muscle car market with its infamous GS Stage 1 model that featured a very impressive 400 cid motor that was a stroked and bored [...]

This was one of the most stable, smooth, and cool cruiser cars of the 1970s. The 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix brought a whole new look to a car that was already quite popular and which simply became even more popular as a result of such styling. In fact, minor styling revisions for the car included a new cross-hatch grille up front and triple cluster taillights in the back of the ride. Inside the vehicle, more changes occurred. For the interior the traditional “burled-elm” trim was replaced by a new teakwood design and upholstery trim patterns for vinyl and cloth selections were revised for both bucket and bench seat offerings that the car was now available in.

Not much changed under the hood in 1972. Why? Pontiac had a great thing going with the engine set up for its 1970s era Grand Prixes, so if it wasn’t broken then why fix it! Engine offerings remained the [...]

442 converted into a Hurst Clone. Interior is Like New and the car drives Like New. Has original Manual included.

  • 455 GM V8
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Power Steering and Brakes
  • Console

63 Impala, with Chevy’s BIG 409 V/8

Nothing says style and grace like a 1963 black Chevy Impala.  This car captures the epitome of 1960s classic cars with its smooth, curved look and sleek, aerodynamic body style.

The 1963 Impala was a special car all on its own, featuring as it did rectilinear styling with an engine-turned aluminum rear taillight panel surrounded by a chrome border on SS models. This car had chrome.  This car had the look.  This car had it all!

The engine choice for the 1963 Impala was similar to that of the 1962, with the small-block 283-and-327-cubic-inch (4.6 and 5.4 L) V8s being the most popular. These cars packed a punch, especially in the two door coupe models.

In 1963 the Sport Sedan featured a new, creased roof line too, which was quite popular.  A new “coved” instrument panel with simple indicator lights for hot and cold engine conditions was also [...]

The 1961 Chrysler 300 Convertible.  What a great car.  The 1961 Chrysler 300 Convertible was a fashionable, luxury, fancy and extravagant car made for high end, family driving.  The 1961 Chrysler 300 Convertible was considered one of the most luxurious and nicest cars of the decade, and right off the bat it set the bar pretty high for 1960s era luxury cars.

The 1961 300G saw another restyle of older versions of Chrysler convertibles.  For example, the grille formerly wider at the bottom than it was at the top, was now inverted for the 1960s models; the quad headlights, formerly side-by-side, were arranged in a fancy angled fashion, actually pointing inward at the bottom, in a manner reminiscent of 1958-1960 Lincolns, and 1959 Buicks actually.  To add to the appearance of the car and to truly make it one of the most luxurious cars out there, small parking lamps below the headlights were likewise slanted [...]

This 1958 Pontiac Chieftain is one of the nicest ones out there.  It might even be the nicest one left, as there are so few of them and these models are as rare as can be.  This Chieftain is in legitimate mint condition.  This particular Pontiac was very popular in that era, and there are many who have the utmost respect and admiration for this model, a respect that is only increased by how few of them are left in the country today.  This one has been restored and gone over time and time again with a fine tooth comb to get it to the highly sought after status of a true, “mint” condition model.

We’ve never seen a more immaculate Pontiac.  This particular model has low miles as the engine was just restored and the body, the frame, the undercarriage, and the interior have also all been fully redone and restored to meet highly [...]

Now, THIS is a classic car.  Reminiscent of a critical period in the history of the nation, the 1936 Hudson Terraplane brings back memories and is known and recognized for a lot of different reasons.  The car is iconic to history, and it harkens back to an era when a car company was still able to make and sell cars even in the grips of an economic depression the likes of which the nation had never seen before.

The Terraplane itself was a car brand and model built by the infamous and historic Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, between the years of 1932 and 1938.  In its very first maiden year, the car was branded as the Essex-Terraplane, and then in the year 1934, the car became merely the Terraplane.  And what an impressive car it was too!  They were inexpensive, yet powerful vehicles that were used in both town and country, as [...]

Custom leather – loaded with all of the Corvette accessories. Frame-up restoration at our shop. Engine also rebuilt and re-tuned in our shop. Producing almost 400 horsepower! Only 73,000 miles!

This DeVille has all of the Cadillac accessories including factory air. Priced way below book value. Only 93,000 Miles!

One previous owner

Condition: Like New
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Tan
Transmission: Automatic
Mileage: 62,000

This 1973 Pontiac Trans Am 455 is a real beauty.  Meticulously well-treated and well-taken care of, this 1973 sports a flashy orange paint job, all black wheels and tires, and traditional lights and chrome.  This car is all perfection with its updated engine, sleek, well-maintained body, and clean interior.

The Trans Am was initially a specialty package for the Pontiac line up, typically upgrading a lot of different things like handling, suspension, and horsepower, as well as minor appearance modifications such as exclusive hoods, spoilers, fog lights, and wheels that all added to the look and the appeal of one of Pontiac’s most famous vehicle lineups.  The Trans Am has been around for years and has represented a whole generation of specialty Pontiac vehicles.  It was one of the most desired cars of the 1970s and 1980s, and is still highly desired and sought after today.

This model has all of that and more in [...]

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Own this rare American Muscle Car! Low Mileage Classic American Muscle Car Tastefully Restored Fast Easy Financing 1969 Pontiac Firebird Convertible 1969 Burgundy Pontiac Firebird Convertible The classic, instantly recognizable 1969 Pontiac Firebird convertible car is something that any 1960s era enthusiasts would absolutely love to have as their own.  This beauty absolutely takes the cake when it comes to the 1960s cars and what they had to offer.  This car isn’t even just famous for being a classic either, talk about a special muscle car and a classic car combined!  That makes a huge difference and the auto enthusiasts of the nation appreciate the history that is the 1969 Firebird for both its classic appeal and its muscle capabilities. The Muscle, Pure and Pristine There were a few things about the 1969 Pontiac Firebird that made it special and keeps it out there and in our minds and in our hearts as a truly special vehicle.  Possibly the biggest excitement over this car doesn’t have anything to do with [...]


Back in the 1970s, no one was quite building trucks like Chevrolet and GMC was.  The C/K series of Chevy trucks were earning nationwide recognition back then as being the best of the best when it came to affordable trucks, and to this day this series is generally thought of and appreciated with awe and good memories across the boards.

The C/K was actually Chevrolet and GMC’s first full-size pickup truck line from 1960 until 1998 in the United States.  This line became instantly famous for being versatile and highly useful.  These were luxury trucks in the cab and workhorses under the hood.  For this series, the “C” indicated two-wheel drive and the “K” indicated four-wheel drive, signifying that these trucks were made with many different options available to the consumer.  The C/K series eventually evolved into the Silverado and other similar trucks in the 1990s, but nothing was quite as significant as the [...]

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