1972 Hurst Olds 442 – $35,000

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.

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1980 Pontiac Trans Am – $31,500

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.

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1969 Chevrolet Malibu – $27,000

This Chevy has a chromed-out Stroker 383 motor matched with a brand new turbo 350. The rear has 3.73 gears with 12 bolt main and posi traction. It has a newer Moog front end. The tranny, front and rear end have been driven less than 50 miles.

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2007 Harley Davidson Softtail Deluxe – $14,500

This Softtail Deluxe has a fuel injected motor, six speed transmission, key fob security system, custom two-tone burgundy and cream paint from the factory, custom exhaust from Sampson with extended fishtails, and ape hanger handlebars.

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1939 Model 46C Buick Special Convertible – $90,000

The meticulous build of this red and tan Buick convertible street rod is stunning. It is also a comfortable high tech car with lots of power. Under the hood is a 1965 Buick Nailhead 425 cubic inch, Rebuilt stock with 340 HP and 10.25 Compression Ratio. The tan interior is fully customized.

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