This awesome 442 has had a body-off-frame restoration! The previous owner spent over $11,000 on the engine rebuild, transmission and wheels alone! No stone was left unturned!
Mechanics 1966 425ci V8 Bored 0.30 Over, 10:1 Compression Ported Heads Performance Cam Edelbrock Intake Edelbrock 4bbl 800CFM Carb New Tremec TKO 600 5-Speed Transmission New Clutch, New Pressure Plate New Bearing, New Bell Housing New Drive Shaft GM 12 Bolt Posi-Traction Rear End with 3.91:1 Gear Ratio All New 2.5” Pypes Exhaust System with H Pipe New Mufflers Power Steering with New Pump and Close Ratio Gear Box CPP Front Slotted Disc Brakes, Power New Rear Drum Brakes New Brake Lines, Front Pads, Rear Shoes, Cylinders, Springs and Hardware Kit New Master Cylinder New Fuel Lines BeCool Radiator Electric Fans New Heater Core Fresh Engine Paint New Valve Covers and Air Cleaner Aluminum Pulleys Chrome Alternator HEI Distributor New Belts and Hoses New Battery New Wiper Motor New Front Suspension New Edelbrock Rear Suspension New Fuel Pump and In-Tank Sending Unit
Body Ram Air Hood with Cowl Painted 3 Years Ago New Bumpers New Head Lamps New Wheel Moldings New Wipers New Rubber Seals New Door Handles and Lock Cylinders New Mirrors Beautiful Fit and Finish Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid Red Wheel Wells New Quarter Panels Cleaned and Painted Frame Undercarriage is Highly Detailed Solid and Straight Rockers New 15” Oldsmobile Wheels New BF Goodrich Radial T/A’s – 255/60/15 Front and Rear Trunk Mat, Car Cover, Floor Mats, Seatbelts, H/O Emblems
Interior Beautiful Black Interior Bucket Seats Hurst Shifter with New Boot Radio with Speakers Wood Grain Dash Beautiful Steering Wheel Seatbelts New Headliner New Carpet New Seat Covers and Foam Sun Visors New Rearview Mirror New Window Whiskers New Pedals New Door Panels and Window Cranks New Package Tray
Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this sharp 1957 Chevrolet 210 for sale in our Las Vegas showroom. This iconic car has everything you want and need in a classic car. The tan cloth interior is immaculate and the custom center console is a very nice touch to the inside. The exterior of this icon has been done right with yellow paint and finished off with a set of Torq Thrust wheels. This beauty runs strong and cool and has a ZZ4 small block Chevy crate motor backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission. With a Ford 9” rear end equipped with 4:11 gears this car can really lay down some rubber to the pavement. Behind those classic Torq Thrust wheels are updated front disc brakes along with drums in the rear. This car sits right, looks great, and performs, stops, and steers better than many hot rods at twice the price. It’s obvious this car was built right. Options for this 1957 Chevrolet 210 for sale include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Cloth Interior, Tilt Wheel, Seat Belts, Posi Traction, Radial Tires, and Aluminum Alloy Wheels. Don’t miss this 1957 Chevrolet 210 for sale right now in our facility.
1966 Shelby GT350H – One of approximately 50 ivy green Hertz cars produced, this one was originally sent to the San Francisco bay area Hertz rental fleet. The car has spent its entire life on the west coast (California and Washington) and is restored. It includes both the complete original (matching number) Cobra hi-po 289 engine with a hi-po 302 engine currently installed. The hi-po C4 automatic transmission is included with a T-5 5-speed manual transmission currently installed. The original 9” rear end with 3.50:1 gears and original large drum brakes is installed with the original disc brakes in front. The suspension includes Koni shocks with upgraded suspension components installed for open-track use. There are also R-model upgrades including the front valance, rear package tray and R-model style wheels. A set of 5 original 10-spoke wheels is included with the car as well as pertinent stock take-off items. The car has recently been professionally appraised and valued at $220,000. Source: MotorGT
From the mid to late 1960s, Chevrolet released some of the coolest muscle cars ever made. Thanks to their very peculiar looks and outstanding performance, Chevy muscle cars became the kind of rides that every gearhead should own at least once in their lifetime. Most Chevy iconic muscle cars have appreciated tremendously over time.
The Nova is among the classic cars that are perfect for the next restomod. Its very boxy design gives it a true classic muscle car feel. The Nova SS is not to be played with, the 396 V8 L78 version cranks out 375hp, and that’s a lot of power for such a small muscle car. Despite being an all-around fantastic vehicle, the Nova SS is valued at around $40,000 in terrific condition.
Sometimes, carmakers release vehicles that simply do not sell. Plymouth was a company that was fully aware of that. Following a streak of ridiculously awful vehicles, the company understood that some models just needed to be discontinued. They were not the only ones. Dodge made the same mistake with the more recent Dodge Magnum Wagon. The Duster faced the same fate as the Magnum.
The Duster is one of the coolest obscure muscle cars. As the vehicle was only produced between 1969 and 1976, the Duster was one short-lived muscle car. The Duster was not the fastest muscle car out there, but it sure looks good. At the best, the car is equipped with a 340 V8 producing only 275hp. It is quite understandable why the car was quickly forgotten.
Chevelles of the late sixties always prove popular but the 1969 SS 396 Sport Coupe is a firm favorite with many of us. Seen here in Olympic Gold (code 65) it looks both beautiful and a force to be reckoned with.
The look of the ’69 Chevelle Malibu didn’t change much from the previous year. The new models were easy to spot as the deletion of the vent windows gave the car a cleaner look. (Note: The 300 Deluxe models retained the vent windows)
1969 saw the Super Sport now back to being an optional package rather than a model in its own right. This meant that, for this year only, you could have bought a SS 396 2-door post sedan. The total cost of the SS package was $347.60.
Inside, the parchment vinyl interior looks fantastic and complements the exterior color perfectly.
The dash and door panels all have SS identification to highlight the package. The only exception was the 2-door sedan which, because of retaining the vent window, needed different door panels so didn’t get the badge.
Under the hood the standard SS option 396 cubic inch V8 delivered 325 horsepower. However the original owner opted for the 350 horsepower version at an extra cost of $121.15.
This car is paired with a Turbo Hydra-matic automatic transmission – a $222 option when the car was ordered new (a 3-speed manual was standard). To help stop that power, the SS package came with power disc brakes.
A 1969 model Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe would have cost you $2,601 if you had ordered one originally, plus the cost of the SS package.
This car was ordered with a whole bunch of other options including; Soft-Ray tinted glass, sport striping, AM push-button radio, heavy-duty radiator, sport-styled steering wheel, power steering, special instrumentation, dual exhaust, temperature controlled fan and more… the total cost of this car came to $4204.15.
Well, you’d certainly get noticed in this 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix painted in Mayfair Maize the factory pale yellow color (code Y) you see here.
Based on the Catalina body the Grand Prix was probably the most distinctive of the full-size Pontiacs of 1965. This, new-for-1965 body was dressed up with exclusive Grand Prix grille, grilled-over taillamps, fender skirts and special identification badges. Behind the front wheel opening was a Grand Prix nameplate and the rear fender featured a badge.
This personal luxury car was only available as a hardtop coupe and features ‘coke-bottle’ styling as you can see from this side/rear shot.
Those great lines as well as some great engineering resulted in the entire Pontiac line receiving the Motor Trend Car of the Year award.
The desirable aluminum 8 lub wheels were a $120 factory option.
Inside you’ll find the optional bucket seats with all-Morrokide expanded vinyl. There were a total of nine colors available that year.
The 389 V8 with 3 speed manual transmission was standard on both the Grand Prix and Bonneville that year. The original owner of this car opted for an automatic transmission which would have cost him an additional $365.
Other options on this car include power steering and brakes costing $97 and $43 respectively. The AM radio would also have cost a further $61 when this car was ordered new. The big expense would have been the air conditioning that came in at $430.
Pontiac managed to sell 57,881 Grand Prix cars during the 1965 model year at a base price of $3,426.
Driven by the legendary Steve McQueen in Bullitt, this Mustang has been featured in one of the most iconic car chase scenes in history, and it achieved legend status the moment it first appeared on the silver screen in 1968.
This car is so legendary, Ford themselves acknowledge its appearance in the movie and have commemorated it with several special edition Mustangs throughout the years, including one in 2001, 2008, and recently in 2019. The original movie car resurfaced a couple of years ago, and it’s now worth millions. We think it’s 100% worth it.
This is just a fraction of all the cool cars that have appeared on the silver screen over the past few decades. Even when electric cars take over the world, we hope that they still get a lot of screen time in good movies, and we hope filmmakers continue to feature cool cars on the silver screen for years and decades to come.
1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Supercharged 5.0 Coyote Motor 600 Wheel Horsepower for sale on ebay Price:US $174,900.
This 1968 Mustang has had an extensive high quality Rotisserie Restoration utilizing the most modern high performance parts making this a truly unique build. This particular car utilizes modern drive-train components resulting in a no expense spared recreation that will provide insane power, fun, reliability and comfort. Built from the ground up, utilizing an original clean titled 1968 Mustang Fastback V8 C-code car. This car produces 595 wheel horsepower and 498 ft-tq while keeping cool with the A/C blasting.
· Absolutely “zero rust” with laser straight lines.
· Extensive body prep work done to create tight panel fitment.
· All Panels custom molded onto body with perfect alignment.
· Over 200 hundred hours spent just on paint prep.
· Painted in the Iconic Pepper Gray Metallic with Black Shelby style striping painted under the clear using the best PPG material.
· Underside painted body color and finished to show quality standards.
· All hardware and weather-stripping components are new.
· Fitted with all new show quality Green Tint “Classic Industries Glass”.
· All chrome, including vent window surrounds, window glass surrounds and door handles are high quality new components.
· All stainless and aluminum moldings components are new.
· Quick Latch locking hood pins.
· Billet hood hinges by Eddie Motorsports.
· Equipped with a new modified Standard Black Interior that has been upholstered in a Mercedes leatherette Material and stitched to match the original 1968 mustang pattern.
· Headliner is finished in a black Sued Material.
· Seats are fully reclinable manual Mazdaspeed RX8 seat bases with high bolster support customized to replicate original high-back mustang seats.
· Rear seats are standard OEM but matched upholstery to front seats.
· New 13-piece chrome bracket hinge kit for fold down rear seat.
· Custom made solid Center Counsel to accommodate larger tunnel.
· New Black Vinyl Dash Pad along with all new Dash face chrome pieces.
· New overhead 1968 Mustang Fastback Matching Counsel with functioning reading lights.
· All new custom Black carpet.
· Classic Auto Cross Series Gauges.
· Power Window Kit by Electric-Life.
· I Did-It Retrofit Tilt Steering Column with functioning signal and hazard switches.
· Retro Sound In-Dash Stereo Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Ready and fitted with two hidden speakers behind the lower door panel grills.
· New Vintage Gen 4 Magnum A/C system, which cools the car down quickly and efficiently and is controlled by the three button switches on the counsel.
· Coyote 5.0 V8 Engine. with Deatschwerks 78lb injectors paired with a Walbro 450lph in tank fuel pump.
· 20 gallon tank by Mustangs to Fear.
· Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger paired with a liquid cooled intercooler.
· 6 Speed Manual MT82 Getrag Transmission.
· Ford Performance Control Pack professionally tuned by Addiction Motorsports in Simi Valley, CA. Tuned on pump gas making just shy of 600HP to the wheels with a torque reading of 500 at 4500rpm. See pic of Dyno Sheet.
· Mustang to Fear Coyote Headers and H-Pipe for side exit exhaust partnered with Flow Master Mufflers.
· Custom Drive Shaft by Drivelines Inc. spec’d for 700HP and high speed aligned.
· Modern Driveline Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit with McLeod RST Twin Plate Clutch and Flywheel for easy operation and grip.
· Battery fitted to rear trunk area and installed in a aluminum Taylor Battery Box
· Rod & Custom Motorsports Front Subframe Kit with power rack & pinion.
· Rod & Custom Motorsports Front Coilover suspension and 2 way adjustable QA1 shocks.
· Front Wilwood Hubs with 13” Wilwood Rotors and 6 piston brake calipers for premium stopping power.
· Heidts Full IRS Rear Suspension Assembly package with their custom LSD Ford 9” differential center section and Coilover shocks.
When the Camaro arrived in September 1966, it was a very important milestone for Chevrolet. The long-awaited pony car went above and beyond everyone’s expectations despite receiving some negative reviews from prominent car writers. It’s safe to say that the very first edition of the Camaro set the tone for Chevrolet’s take on the pony car.
Though several editions of the first generation were released, only eight engine options were available. From the 230 6-cylinder engine to the beastly 427 V8, the Camaro was made available for various demographics. In 1967, the official first production year, a total of 220,906 Camaros were built.