If you are looking for a nice, vintage 4x4, this GMC has the look!
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If you are looking for a fully restored C10, this ‘72 has a lot to offer.
If you are looking for a killer ‘72 Blazer, this Chevrolet is as clean as a whistle from top to bottom.
If you are looking for a nicely restored stepside, look no further than this extra clean ‘69.
If you are looking for a Trans Am finished in a great color combination, this 1970 has the look.
This is a proper US, FJ build that can be driven reliably or off-roaded. It has a killer look and can be driven reliably!
This stunning 1964 Chevy C10 has undergone a complete frame-off restoration. It’s minty clean from top to bottom and a wonderful driver.
For the Chevy enthusiast looking for a nice street machine, this Chevelle is always a riot to drive!
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.
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 Thunderbird enthusiast looking for a proper car, you can’t go wrong with a Minter.