This is a pristine 1978 Nova with only 7K actual miles. The black body and red interior are original with a condition that you would expect from a low mileage car. The real surprise is under the hood.
With its orange and cream color scheme, this Chevy lives up to its nickname “Dreamsicle”. The restoration, completed in 2009, started with a ’31 Chevy frame which was boxed. It has a steel body, fiberglass front and rear fenders, and front and rear bumpers from a ’32 Ford.
This is a very nice GTX that deserves to be driven. It’s powered by a 1963 Maxi Wedge 426, 4BBL, 67 Torque Flight Tranny with shift kit, positraction and dual exhaust. The exterior is B5 Blue and is straight and solid.
This is a “Farm Fresh” Ford Dually Rat Rod complete with a manure spreader on the front. It is built on a 1967 1-ton Camper Special chassis and powered by a Ford 352. It has power steering and power brakes.
The muscle of this S-10 Blazer puts it in a class of its own. The body of this blue 2-door SUV has been lowered 3” in the rear and 4” in the front and has a cowled hood. It’s powered by 388 CID 350 block 400 crank internally balanced with a Holley Carb and Air Flow Research (AFR) Intake and AFR Aluminum Heads.