Finished in black over a gray interior, this 1995 Dodge Viper RT10 has traveled just 16,500 miles since it hit the road.
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For the Chevy enthusiast looking for a nice street machine, this Chevelle is always a riot to drive!
If you are looking for a vintage F250, it’s doubtful you’ll find one this nice. Thanks for looking!
This rotisserie restored 1962 Impala SS is an excellent cruiser with a healthy dose of horsepower, a great stance, AC, disc brakes, and a nicely upgraded suspension
This is an awesome driving truck with a rebuilt drivetrain, an updated chassis courtesy of CPP, power steering, power disc brakes. You could hop in this truck and drive it anywhere, and the bottom is clean enough to eat off of.
For the truck fan looking for a great driver, this GMC fits the bill.
For the Pro Street enthusiast looking for a really fun car, this car is fresh and a blast to drive.
For the C10 enthusiast, this is a really nice drivable truck!
This GT2 is a high option car and had an original sticker of just over 205k. It has a GIAC tuner, aftermarket exhaust parts, and comes with the original exhaust parts as well.
If you are looking for a beautifully preserved C3, this red Vette is for you.
For the Porsche enthusiast, this 997 GT3 is an analog feeling masterpiece that will be appreciated and admired for many years to come.
This fully restored GMC drives great and looks amazing. You'll have a hard time finding a nicer one!
If you are looking for a pre-war car to show, this Olds will bring home some awards, but it is equally adept as a cruiser!
The 1957 Star Chief Custom Safari Transcontinental was introduced mid-model year to coincide with the release of the Bonneville(a fuel-injected convertible). In 1957 all of the wagons used the name “Safari” however, only 1894 Transcontinental versions were built during the short production run and very few exist today.
For the classic car enthusiast looking for the ultimate cruiser, this 1949 Cadillac is quite the car.
For the Thunderbird enthusiast looking for a proper car, you can’t go wrong with a Minter.