This 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne is the textbook definition of sleeper. With that unsuspecting 2-door sedan body style, a bench seat, and even whitewall tires on steel wheels, this car is so low-profile that it’s practically invisible.
This silver-grey metal flake convertible is in good condition. It is powered by a 4 BBL 383 Stroker and puts out around 400 hp with 350 tranny 3:73 gears and dual exhaust. It went through a ground up restoration 10 years ago and has new floor pans, trunk quarters and inner fender wells.
In 1972 the Hurst Olds 442 was the official pace car of the Indy 500. This numbers matching white with gold striped car depicts the official logo on the doors. It is 1 of around 400 made with a landau top. It is in good condition powered by 455 V8 4BBL with automatic transmission, dual exhaust and posi.
This Ford coupe is in excellent condition and draws a crowd at shows. See detailed description for full specs.
This Trans Am is a head-turner. The Ontario Grey exterior really makes the bird pop and looks sharp with the T-Tops. The car was restored about 5 years ago and has 5K miles since completion.