Perfection, is what I would say! Beautiful car, looks like it just came from the showroom. Original owner, and the window sticker is there for inspection. I can see why someone would keep a car like this for 41 years! Amazing, when you think of it!
1977 Dodge Adventurer Warlock Likely Clone Blk
Very, very rare truck! I've seen plenty of the Little Red Express
editions, but this is the first Warlock I've seen! This has the 360
V8...plenty of power to make this truck a real performer. The black has a
lot of metal flake..almost looks charcoal in color.
1966 Dodge Coronet 500 hardtop
This is a beautiful restoration! Highly unusual color, perfect interior.
Whoever restored the car did an excellent job!
Datsun 240Z Early70s Red
Datsun wasn't known as Nissan in the U.S. at this time...that name would
come later, switching names to the familiar world wide name. This car
helped shift the focus from the British sports cars that had dominated
imports for some time...Datsun offered a dependable, fun car..at $3500 in
1971 that was significantly less than a Corvette of the period at $5300.
Granted, they weren't in the same class, but the Datsun offered sports car
fun at a relatively low price. And it looked good, too!
1964 Plymouth Valiant Signet 200 crm
Valiant actually made the shift in styling in 1963. People found this car
much more mainstream than the original Valiant styling of 1960. In
addition to two and four door sedans, Valiants came in hardtops like this
one, convertibles, and four door stationwagons. Very useful, plenty of
power with either the slant 6 or V8.
This is the last year for pushbutton control of the automatic.
132913 / 1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7gnuc8u
As one of only 46 4-speed Ram Air IV Trans Ams produced for the 1969 model
year, this fully restored, 51,445 mile time capsule features all original
west coast sheetmetal, a complete numbers matching drivetrain, a highly
original interior and full documentation that dates all the way back to the
its dealership checklist.
According to the Pontiac Historical Services documentation included with
the sale of this badass tin indian pony car, it was assembled at GM's
Norwood Ohio manufacturing facility in June of 1969 and shipped to Bud
Meadows Pontiac in Seattle, Washington on July 21st of that same year.
After serving as top-notch showroom eye candy for exactly two months, its
papers were signed by Seattle resident Carlos Palencia and it began a 36
year run as an immaculately maintained, one owner west coast muscle car.
When the second and current owner, an avid Firebird collector, took its
keys in the summer of 2005, he inherited a 95% complete survivor that was
probably one of the most authentic Trans Am Ram Air IVs in the world. So,
instead of polishing the car into an over-restored beauty queen, he
documented every square inch of its body and initiated a highly accurate 18
month rotisserie restoration which used as many original parts as possible.
When the first Ram Air IV rolled out of the factory, Pontiac brass could
hardly keep a straight face as they announced it would produce 'only' 345
rightfully so, because after this car's current owner had its original
engine blue printed and rebuilt to AMA specifications by highly regarded
Pontiac expert Dan Jensen, it hit the Dyno with a whopping 438 horsepower and 452 lb./ft.
of torque! At the top of the engine, a fully functional induction system
feeds roughly 50 degree air into a correct Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel
carburetor which is bolted to an original Winter aluminum intake. That
intake sends a high octane air/fuel mixture into original round port
cylinder heads which, with the help of high performance rocker arms, a
bigger cam, modern scat connecting rods and an Arma-steel crankshaft,
provide the kind of combustion that makes this Trans Am one of the nastiest
muscle cars on the road. Spark for that combustion is provided by a factory
points distributor which sends power from a modern Crane coil and ignition
module to date-coded Packard TV R Suppression wires. Exhaust from that combustion is handled by
original long branch Exhaust manifolds
which roar into a stainless true dual Exhaust system. And heat from that combustion is
controlled by a leak-free radiator which is hooked to reproduction GM hoses
via original tower clamps and an original plastic fan shroud that features
original factory grease marks.
Behind the high revving motor, an original Muncie M-21 close ratio 4-speed
transmission sends power to an original 10 bolt rear end that's still
equipped with an unmolested Safe-T-Track differential and mountain climbing
3.90 gears. That solid drivetrain is centered in the cars original front
double A-arm and rear leaf spring suspension which, thanks to the standard
Y96 ride and handling package, includes stiffer shocks, better springs and
a heavy duty front stabilizer bar. And at the corners, power flows to the
pavement through original 14 inch GM Rally II wheels which spin familiar
Goodyear Polyglas F70-14 white letter tires around pristine stainless trim
rings and awesome "PMD" branded center caps.
Swing open this Trans Am's solid white doors and you'll find a correct GM
code 200 blue vinyl interior that's a nice mix of both top notch factory
equipment and high quality reproduction pieces. The original standard
bucket seats, which we're simply re-covered during the restoration, provide
comfortably firm support and display no fading or tears. Between those
seats, a familiar Hurst shifter still features its factory optioned 'wood'
shift knob. At the front of the car, an excellent looking original dash
hangs a rare 'stacked' gauge pod, which was added during the restoration,
above controls for the heater and an original Delco AM radio. And behind
the cockpit, the car's fully restored trunk props an original spare tire
and jack assembly on a correct houndstooth mat.
If you're looking for the ultimate, investment grade Pontiac muscle car,
here it is! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
information on this awesome car!
132152 / 1970 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air IV
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bmsk3es
This spectacular, 100% numbers matching 1970½ Trans Am Ram Air IV is one
of only 59 built with a 4-speed, and fully documented with a build sheet. A
life-long west coast car, this was one of only 24 RA IV cars built at the
Van Nuys assembly plant.
Gaps are exemplary, panel fit is very good, and this might be the most well
assembled early F-body I've ever seen. The Polar White paint matches the
factory finish exactly, and the decals are reproductions. Out back, the
ducktail spoiler fits beautifully and carries the correct TRANS AM
Simply selecting RPO 342 got you the famed 370-horsepower round-port Ram
Air IV engine, which delivered much more than simply an advertised 25 hp
over the standard D-port Ram Air III engine. Atop that intake and under the
solenoid-operated scoop, the Rochester Quadrajet carburetor makes its home.
The cylinder heads are 614 castings, the block is a correct WW unit, the
intake is a correct 97999 casting, and the unique Ram Air IV Exhaust manifolds have been beautifully
The Muncie M20 4-speed manual is the original, matching numbers piece,
while out back, the RA IV was the only Firebird to receive a 12-bolt rear
end as standard equipment (this one is packed with 3.73 gears and a Posi
for explosive acceleration). The heavy-duty power disc brakes have been
fully rebuilt, and correct F41-spec shocks are at all four corners. It's
finished off with a set of original date-coded Rally II wheels and
Firestone Wide Ovals.
This one sports its original code 211 Medium Bright Blue Vinyl interior.
The seats and door panels have been reconditioned and re-dyed, but the
carpets are spectacularly original, as is the headliner. The trunk features
that fitted floor mat, as well as a full-sized spare tire with complete
One of the rarest Pontiacs ever built, with low original miles, 100%
matching numbers, and a ton of documentation. Call now!
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West Coast Auto Craft and Steve Bowers' 1970 1/2 Trans Am
This is our most recent completion. Steve Bowers' all original 1970 1/2
Trans Am. Such a cool car and such a cool guy. Exactly the kind of work we
love to do. Please check out our other videos and our website
1970 Firebird Formula Ram Air III w/ air and 4 speed
1970 Firebird Formula Ram Air III. 1 of 192 ever produced and super rare.
M20 Muncie 4 speed with factory Air and special order GM Castillian Bronze
paint. Numbers matching drive train. original interior including retro
SunPro era correct working tach. PHS documented,
1971 Pontiac Firebird Formula 455HO Muscle Car
1971 Pontiac Firebird Formula, 455c.i. 4BBL H.O. (#s Matching) 335 H.P. V8
(YE Coded), turbo 400 Automatic (#s
Matching) Transmission, 10 Bolt Rear w/ 3.08 Posi-Trac, P. Steering, P.
Disc Brakes, Stock AM Radio w/ Separate AM/FM/CD, Full Gauge Package to
Include Tach, Rear Spoiler, Factory Air Conditioning, Remote Sport Mirrors,
Functional Factory Ram Air Hood, Dual Exhaust, Buckets/Console, Rear Window Defogger,
Seat Belts, Correct Nordic Silver Exterior (Paint Code-13), Correct Black
Vinyl Interior (Trim Code-209), Pontiac Ralley II Wheels w/ Radial Tires,
Appears to have Original Floors, Quarters, & Fenders, California Built Car,
Nice Chrome & Finish, PHS Documentation, Appears to be Pretty Original, One
of Only 321 Formula 455 H.O. Birds Produced in 1971! VERY RARE Hard to Find
Classic Muscle Car!!
Test Driving 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400 V8 Four-Speed
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I thought you'd like a look at this nicely restored 1969 Pontiac Firebird.
It's powered by the 400 V8 4 bbl, backed by a four-speed manual trans. It
really looks slick inside and out. It's equipped with the dual hood
scoops, hood mounted tach, rally wheels, and very nice blue metallic paint.
The interior has been completely restored and looks nearly new. These are
excellent driving and handling cars. I hope you find it
interesting...thanks for watching!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, Missouri.
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010