1970 Chevelle SS: $149,900
Up for sale is a gorgeous 1970 Chevelle SS. This is the definition of a pro touring car. It is equipped with an built LS2 making 530 horsepower, 6 speed manual transmission, 4 wheel wilwood disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors, A/C, pioneer sound system, custom leather interior, staggered aluminum wheels, 12 bolt rear end, and a custom blue metallic paint job that draws a ton of attention. The car will drive high speeds like a brand new car and performs flawlessly. The car was rotisserie restored and would easily cost over $200,000 to replicate. This car needs nothing and is ready for a new home. Be sure to watch the videos for more details on this stunning Chevelle.
1968 Charger widebody:$325,000
Up for sale is a stunning custom built 1968 Charger. This car is a 1 of 1 build with no other Charger like it. The body is an original 68 body that was put on a 2016 Challenger Scat pack Chassis. No expense was spared and countless hours went into this car. The entire body was stripped and a custom hand made wide body kit was installed. The body mods are made from steel not fiberglass. The panoramic sunroof is something you will not see on another 68 Charger. The dash is wrapped in alcantara and was done professionally. The car comes equipped with paddle shifters. power windows, launch control, power sunroof, power drivers seat, custom made interior with leather covers, alcantara wrapped headliner, and a 2016 Challenger gauge cluster. The engine is a 392 Hemi with a texas speed cam and MDS deleted lifters with an 8 speed trans to back it. The car was painted Nordo gray on a rotisserie. This car will draw crowds wherever you go. I have never seen a car draw so much attention and I have owned many high end custom builds. It is very fast and a blast to drive.
1971 Charger R/T:$65,900
Up for sale is a stunning 1971 Charger RT. This is a factory 440/4 speed with a 3:54 dana. The entire drivetrain is matching numbers. The car was originally GF7 green with saddle interior and has been changed to FC7 purple with black interior. Let me start by saying that the paint on this car is very nice. The car was blocked straight and the panels were gapped beautifully. The panels all look to be original as well. The engine has been upgraded with Edelbrock aluminum heads and an edelbrock aluminum intake. It runs and drives very strong. They only made 332 440/4 speed chargers that year and I have to imagine that less than half of them are still around. This car is collector quality and was restored professionally. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find a car that hasn't been slapped together with tons of issues to sort out. This is a turn key car that will stand tall at any car show. Please watch the video for more details on this beautiful Charger.
1964 Coronet 500:$24,900
Up for sale is a beautiful 1965 Coronet 500. This car is factory equipped with a 361ci engine backed by a 3 speed 727 torque flight. The car is extremely solid and looks to retain its original factory sheet metal. The car also runs and drives excellent and makes a surprising amount of power and torque. The paint and body are very presentable, overall I would say its a strong 8/10. The interior is in excellent condition for its age and is very comfortable. This is a turn key car that you can drive anywhere. If you're looking for an entry level affordable classic, this Coronet will not disappoint you.