1993 Ford Mustang Special Edition LX Convertible
This is a super car that is another great one to consider for a good ROI down the road. Only 1503 yellow limited edition LC convertibles were introduced as 1993 ½ models. Ford built Ford built 1,500 white and 1,503 yellow limited edition LX convertibles. This Mustang is in excellent condition and all panels still have the original factory panel stickers. The yellow exterior is pristine and the black leather bucket seat interior is excellent. The Pony emblems grace the headrests and floor mats. Engine is a 302/225 hp 5.0 liter HO with an automatic transmission. Also unique to this yellow LX are the chromed Pony rims. Other features are AC, power lumbar seat, power windows, and a great Pioneer sound system. Located in NC.
1983 Ford Thunderbird One Owner Low Miles
This is a very interesting car and one I would call a sleeper of an investment. Now is the time to buy these cars with low miles and originality. This is the improved aerodynamic turbo Coupe which has a sportier look than prior editions. Based on the Fox type unibody platform, this car was designed to be lightweight and simple. The red paint still looks new. I would say that you can compare the condition of this car to a 6 month old demo in 1983. Black leather bucket seat interior is in excellent condition. A show driver, engine is the 2.3 Liter 4 cylinder turbo with a 4 speed automatic transmission and only 12,071 original miles, one owner. Great for fuel economy and you wont be left behind with this power! Features are ps, pb, pw, pdl, AC, stereo, cruise, tilt, and more! Always garaged, this car is located in NC.
1959 Pontiac Catalina outside of garage for 1st time in 50 years
1959 Pontiac Catalina sedan was stored in Philadelphia ghetto garage since 1964 with 40,023 miles and 1964 Pennsylvania Inspection sticker still present on windshield.
1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2
1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2 W51. I was the second owner of this classic. '64 was a great year for Pontiac. They introduced two performance models in response to their competitors in Detroit. The GTO took the Headlines but they also introduced the Catalina 2+2 that was equivalent to the SS on the Chevrolet line. It had an option code of W51 and came with a 389 4 Barrel with 10.5:1 Compression 306 HP and 420 Lb Ft Torque bucket seats and badging. The little old lady I purchased this car from in Virginia took excellent care of it. It 92,000 original miles and still retained the original interior right down to the clear factory floor mats! Only 7,500 were produced so it is somewhat rare.