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If you are looking for an Impala SS, it’s rare to find one with the 409 dual quad! This classic Chevy will not last for long!
This 1 of 830 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL is a captivating, collector-grade example finished in factory-specified red paint over Black leather with a Red Pagoda removable hardtop.
If you are looking for a nice resto modded C10, this is a fresh build that you can drive and enjoy!
If you are looking for a 1978 Bronco, this truck has the look!
Lake-tested and ready to become a fun and unique addition to your collection!
For the BMW enthusiast, this car is a great deal in the M6 market and can be driven with confidence.
Built by Classic Recreations and completed in 2020, this 1967 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible is a killer restomod!
If you are looking for a classic Ford truck, this one is clean and timeless!
The 1979 Volkswagen Beetle Epilogue was a special edition built to commemorate the very first Volkswagen Beetle prototype.
After years off the show circuit, the ‘92 was skillfully brought back up to snuff by Noel P. who documented the process on his Instagram page. Kudos to him for keeping the dream alive.
This is a well preserved and excellent driving 928.
If you are looking for a show-quality OBS, this truck is done very well.
This 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman T has just over 6,300 miles since new. The car is in excellent condition and is a blast to drive!
This beautiful 1984 SVO is one of just 4,508 produced for the 1984 model year and makes for an awesome collectible both now, and down the road! Check out the Marti Report at the end of the ad and call us with any questions.
The Chevrolet retains its born with drivetrain including the matching numbers 327/350 HP engine, matching numbers M20 4-speed transmission, and 3.31 12 bolt positraction rear end. This Chevelle is beautifully done and ready to show or drive.
If you are looking for a 2WD Jimmy or Blazer, this is a rock solid example that can be driven with confidence.
Finished in Mariner Blue over a blue interior, this 1979 K10 has just under 79k original miles.
Recent service includes injector rebuilding/testing, and full fluid service. The car is an excellent driver and we have done a lovely 500 miles during our ownership of the BMW.