For Chevy enthusiast looking for a Nova that has it all, look no further!
If you are looking for a car that you can show and maintain, and don’t have to restore, this Camaro is gorgeous!
Detailed write-up coming soon......
For the AMX enthusiast looking for a well-preserved car that’s been nicely restored, this car is should be your pick.
This Ranchero not only looks great, but it is also a blast to drive!
If you looking for a clean Cobra that’s a blast to drive, this Superformance MK3 is a great choice.
This 69 Boss Mustang had a complete rotisserie restoration to original specification. Documentation includes the original invoice(Eminger), and a Deluxe Marti Report.
The 1970 Chevelle was one of the most iconic vehicles from the muscle car era. These full-size cruisers offered big power and plenty of room for those looking to cruise the mean streets. Since the release of the 1970 Chevelle, they’ve remained in favor with the muscle car enthusiast and today represent a very collectible and drivable classic.
If you are looking for an absolute blast of a classic car, this Vette is for you.
For the Ford enthusiast looking for a stunning 60’s cruiser, the Thunderbird convertible is a beaute!
For Corvette enthusiast looking for one of the cleanest Z06’s on the market, this car should get your wheels turning.
For the GM enthusiast looking for a factory rocket ship, this CTS-V is mint.
The Nomad is a fully engineered, off-road-capable...missile. You could drive it daily, you could rip it down a fire road.
Whether you are looking to drive to shows, or for a classy weekend cruiser, there may be a no better, or more iconic candidate than this 1955 Ford Thunderbird.
For the Thunderbird enthusiast looking for a proper car, you can’t go wrong with a Minter.
You'll have a hard time finding a nicer Nomad on the market because this is one of the nicest ones ever built.
This Chevelle will be going to Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, AZ January 11-19 2020.