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.
This black GTO convertible went through a frame off restoration around 5 years ago. There is less than 300 on the restoration. The all new black interior is immaculate. It’s powered by a 400 date code correct motor with automatic transmission, dual exhaust and RAM air (which was added).
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.
Here’s a clean low mileage 2009 Yamaha Raider S with less than 2300 miles and in very mint condition!! It has a Vance and Hines pipe and also stock pipe. No scratches or marks!
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.
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.
We are proud to present this absolutely beautiful 1966 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-Door Post 427 4-speed muscle car from the Paul Teutul Sr. collection! It’s finished in its original factory color combination of mist blue exterior wrapped around medium blue vinyl bench seat interior.
This 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 represents an absolutely outstanding example of professionally designed and fabricated exotic Show Car. This particular Chrysler 300 SRT-8 has been transformed into a ‘Supercar’ with a ‘no expense spared’ mentality. Everything about this “one-off” car has been hand built, from the engine, to the multi-piston calipers, to the prototype shocks. It has a top speed of over 190 MPH, and well over 700 hp. Handling is simply amazing and precise.
This is a very rare Boss Mustang that went through a complete rotisserie restoration around 12 years ago and was freshened up in 2010 including the motor and tranny. There are less than 400 miles on the motor.
Repainted to original color, the midnight green with vinyl top, on this Pontiac GTO, really stands out. It’s powered by 400ci V8 with turbo Hydra-matic automatic transmission, 4BBL carb, and dual exhaust.
This red GTX is in very good condition. Powered by the numbers matching 440 6-Pack with 4 speed manual tranny, dual exhaust and posi, this car is a highly sought after Mopar.
This showy red 1957 Chevy Bel Air went through a complete restoration in 2010. It’s powered by a 350 short block Chevy engine with turbo 350 3-speed auto transmission and dual exhaust.
This Viper Red Cobra replica is in excellent condition. It’s powered by a 1986 Corvette 427, 435 HP, 400 transmission, posi and side pipes with less than 1000 miles on the build. The tan interior is like new.
The frame off restoration of this 1957 Chevy is flawless. This is a laser straight California car powered by 502 hp Chevy 502 CID crate motor with Turbo 400 transmission
Brand new still on crate – never been fired up. This is a Ford Racing Performance Parts 4.6L two valve crate engine.
Attention all of you NASCAR fans, own a piece of NASCAR history. One of only 21 HP Edition Camaros built in 2010, this super-quick all-motor Camaro proves the limitless potential of the admired LS3. Customized by Hendrick Performance.
This original 1979 Z28 Camaro is an ideal candidate for a restoration. It runs great, powered by a 4BBL 350 V8 with dual exhaust and automatic transmission. The exterior is white with blue accents.
This Chevelle SS has been taken to the next level. Under the hood, the Ram Jet 502 blends the legendary torque and performance of the Big-Block with a modern port fuel injection system and tunnel ram-style high-rise intake manifold. It’s a combination that offers uncompromising performance in a visually stunning presentation.
This Monte Carlo is powerful and ready for the strip. It has a full frame chassis and weighs 2800 lbs with 4 link suspension. The front clip comes off the body which is painted Passion Purple. It’s quickest ET is 9.79 seconds and fastest mph is 137.
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.
This 1957 Chevy 150 looks like it just rolled off the show room floor, but when you look under the hood you will see how special it is. The restoration, which was completed in May 2012, was very high quality. The attention to detail is nearly flawless.
This Road Runner lives up to its name! It’s powered by a ’68 440 block dyno’d at approximately 465 hp
This 1969 Mach I Mustang is painted in Gulfstream Aqua and it looks immaculate.
Features such as a high performance motor, automatic transmission, power front disc brakes, rack & pinion steering, a luxury leather interior, power windows and solenoid operated doors make this custom Rod unique.
With over $65K invested so far, the car has been through a rotisserie restoration.
Nicknamed Orange Juice, the Sunset Pearl with Real Fire ghost flames paint on this is stunning. It was featured in Hot Bike magazine in 2007.