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For the Chevy truck enthusiast, this museum piece is a peerless example that could not be replicated for a price anywhere near the ask.
This 1972 Chevy C10 short bed was a complete ground up restoration of a West Coast truck. The truck comes with a complete documentation of parts on the vehicle including engine dyno sheets. Good looks and one quick truck make a package that is hard to beat.
For the Mustang enthusiast looking for a meticulously restored K code, we haven’t seen one this nice pop up in a while....
For the Mopar enthusiast looking for an awesome collectable, this pint sized Mopar may be small in stature, but it's big on power.
For the Mustang Enthusiast looking for a little more, this very well cared for GT500 KR is in excellent condition and ready for your enjoyment.
For the Trans Am enthusiast looking for a genuine “Bandit” Y82 that has survived the test of time, this car is your pick.
For the MOPAR enthusiast looking for a street bruiser, this tough looking Plymouth is your answer.
Anybody can restore a car, but cream puff originals are few and far between. The opportunity to buy an MG Midget this nice may not present itself again in the near future.
This 1961 Impala was the recipient of a complete rotisserie restoration back to better-than-new condition. The long and sweeping lines of the Bubble top Impalas make for awesome custom restorations and this car is no exception.
Over the last 5 years, Classic Car Studio has serviced the 4x4 for a good customer, and now it is up for sale. Because the truck uses all M151 running gear it’s easy to service and maintain, and a ton of fun to drive around.
Featuring a ton of custom body and frame modifications, a wild custom interior, custom suspension and a rip roaring Coyote motor, you’ll be sure to turn heads at shows.
This Factory Five Cobra is a Mk III body that was purchased in 2008 and has just over 6,000 miles since completion. It's finished in the Ford GT color Tungsten Silver over a black interior.
Finished in Madeira Maroon over a black interior, this 1965 Chevelle SS is a factory 138 code car with just over 80,000 original miles. This car is built as a factory style sleeper and straight gets after it around town when you mash the pedal.
For the Porsche enthusiast looking for an affordable entry into the shortnose market, this 912 fits the bill.
This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle was restored in 2010 and has been driven just 1,500 since completion. Following the restoration, the Chevelle was a Senior 1st Prize winner with the AACA for 2010.
This 1967 Chevy Corvette was a complete frame off rotisserie restoration that combines killer timeless styling with a huge modern motor for what is certainly an exhilarating thrill ride.
This 1969 Chevy Chevelle is the recipient of a restoration with just 500 miles on it. The Chevelle is a competent cruiser and would make for a great car to take to local shows.
Finished in Hugger Orange over a black and orange houndstooth interior, this 1970 Chevy Camaro Z/28 is the recipient of a 1 year old, show quality rotisserie restoration. Although the car was redone with some minor modifications, is retains its matching numbers engine, matching numbers transmission, and correct rear end.
Finished in Meadowlark Yellow over a black interior, this 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback has been a remarkably solid, Southern car since new.
Despite being built new, Shelby Daytonas are relatively hard to come by. This one took over a year from the time is was ordered, and some can take longer as the factory will only build the cars when it has sufficient orders.