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132702 / 1975 Chevrolet Vega Cosworth

For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7ls72l8 This all original 1975 Cosworth is one of 2,061 cars produced for the '75 model year, has only 291 actual miles, and has all of the rare and difficult to find Cosworth Vega parts right where the factory installed them. Assembled at GMs historic Lordstown, Ohio manufacturing facility, and finished in standard issue 1975 Cosworth Vega code 19 black acrylic lacquer, CV number 1094 is every bit as clean today as when it left the showroom floor. The car has remained in all original, non-repaired condition thanks in small part to GMs anti-rust improvements, and in large part to immaculate maintenance and care given by loving owners throughout its life. Today, it features an old school factory appeal that you just can't find in its restored peers. With 110 horsepower and a 6,500 RPM redline, the Cosworth Vega was one of the hottest performing cars available in 1975 and featured a hand-built mill from GM's Tonawanda engine plant that was individually signed by its builder on a sticker that occupies the cam cover. Measuring in at 122 cubic inches, and wearing a correct partial VIN of 40392, this Vegas DOHC inline-four features sturdy forged aluminum pistons, a heat-treated forged steel crankshaft and forged connecting rods that both reveal the engines racing ancestry and assure high performance durability. To meet ever increasing US emissions standards, a custom designed stainless steel Exhaust header and Bendix electronic fuel injection with pulse-time manifold injection, four injector valves, an electronic control unit (ECU), five independent sensors and two fuel pumps were installed. Thanks to this revolutionary engine, the Vega was the first Chevrolet car to feature electronic fuel injection which warranted an HEI distributor for increased spark and a heavy duty radiator for increased cooling. At the bottom of this sophisticated Chevrolet, an original Saginaw 4-speed manual transmission, which wears a correct 338835 casting number and a correct 15U240392 partial VIN, sends power to an original 10 bolt rear end that's packed full of stout 3.73 gears. Holding that sports car drivetrain off the ground is an original F41 heavy duty suspension which includes a 'torque arm' rear end for optimum rear axle power control, larger rear stabilizer bars, Vega GT springs and shocks, provisions for the Vega's "fast Steer" option and front disc brakes. At the center of the car, an original single pipe Exhaust system snakes spent gases along the floorpan to a factory replacement muffler which barks an exotic four cylinder growl through two polished stainless tips. And at the corners of the car, 13 inch British-made, gold-painted cast aluminum wheels spin correct BR70-13 Goodyear Custom Steelgard Radials around chrome lug nuts and satin finished Chevrolet center caps. Take a look inside this pristine Cosworth Vega and you'll find the typical all business/no compromises black interior that these cars have built a reputation for. The custom bucket seats, which are completely fresh and display no signs of wear at all, nicely complement a 100% straight and crack-free dash. Inside that dash, an engine-turned gold bezel houses a Cosworth exclusive 8,000 RPM tachometer between a 120 MPH speedometer, gauges for the engines vitals and a gold-plated plaque which is branded with the cars 1094 build sequence number. Below those gauges, a correct radio delete sits next to the cars original heater/defroster; and in front of those gauges, a familiar black steering wheel is centered behind a blue Cosworth Vega horn button emblem. At the floor, the booted shifter for the Borg Warner T10 transmission springs up from like-new black carpet which is protected by color-keyed floor mats. And at the roof, the cars original mouse fur headliner stretches tightly around vinyl sun visors and a bright courtesy lamp. The door panels, which look as good as new, are decorated with attractive stainless trim and chrome handles for both the doors and windows. And the hatch, which is lined with the same black carpet as the floor boards, appears to have never been used. If you're a serious collector who's been searching for something rare and unique, here's your opportunity to own one of the nicest and most underappreciated cars on the planet! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!


 


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1972 Vega Pro Street
A 1972 Pro Street Vega I shot while at the Shades Of The Past Rod Run 2013.....This car has been in the family since almost new...Driven by the current owners Dad back and forth to work for sixteen year....A cool Car...With a cool history...check it out!!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other awesome cars I shot at this show!! My apparel provided by: http://www.etmotorgear.com/ Check them out!!!





Hot Rod Vega
Like the dinosaur the Chevy Vega is something that has gone extinct...this one has had a little work done to it..cool as a Vega you will see...ck it out!!!





800+ Hp Chevy Vega burnout!
A friends 434 Smallblock Vega doing a burnout in front of Sonics (You can see the manager in the background). Sounds much meaner in person,sound is a little distorted. Go pro videos soon to come of this car!





132848 / 1971 Dodge Charger R/T
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7ll4lkx If you're the kind of buyer who wants to actually enjoy the hobby with a car you can drive and show off for years, this 1971 Charger R/T is, without a doubt, one of the best deals on the planet! Fresh out of a high quality $60K concours restoration began with a rust-free original body that was stripped, sanded and massaged to better than showroom condition. Once the panels were correctly aligned, and the cars intimidating slab-sided ambiance was fully reconstructed, a correct, retina searing coat of Chrysler code GY3 Curious Yellow paint was expertly applied under a correct flat black rear spoiler and fresh Charger R/T decals. The result is an ultra-straight, fully detailed pavement pounder which elicits comments and stares every time it hits the road. Lift the long, freshly finished hood and you'll find the cars original 440 cubic inch Magnum V8 which has been fully rebuilt and detailed for show. On the passenger's side of the engine, a correct 2536430 casting number, which confirms the block as a 1966-72 440 RB engine, sits between a February 11, 1970 date code, a day shift indicator and a 3 o'clock time symbol; and on the bottom of the engine a correct partial VIN of 1A150580 is stamped just in front of the cars bellhousing. Air flows through a correctly detailed satin black dual snorkel air cleaner into a correct four barrel carburetor which is bolted to a glossy Hemi Orange intake manifold. At the front of that intake, a correct point distributor sends fire from a correct coil into 7mm high temperature plug wires; and at the sides of that intake, Hemi Orange valve covers hang above correctly restored Exhaust manifolds. Cooling is supplied by a restored Chrysler radiator which utilizes correct hoses and clamps sends water past fresh V-belts and rebuilt engine accessories. And power is provided by a correct Mopar red top battery which sends spark through a correct Mopar voltage regulator. Behind this Charger's killer big block is a rebuilt A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission which shifts smoothly and powers down the road with ease. As with the body of the car, 'clean' is the name of the game down below with glossy Curious Yellow basecoat/clearcoat floors displays not so much as a spec of road dirt or chip of bare metal. Up front, a good looking factory suspension has been fitted with new bushings and a rebuilt steering box; and out back, a familiar 8.75 Sure Grip rear end utilizes steep 3.55 gears to throw the power to the pavement with authority. At the center of the car, a fresh mandrel bent aluminized Exhaust system sends spent gases into an H-pipe crossover and sturdy dual chamber mufflers. And at the corners of the car, rebuilt drum brakes provide quick and reliable stops. All this Mopar goodness rolls on a traditional set of great looking 15 inch Rallye wheels which spin fresh 245/60 BF Goodrich Radial T/A white letter tires. Sit down inside this great looking Charger and you'll find an all original Houndstooth interior which is accented with tasteful wood and stainless trim. The vintage seat covers, fresh carpets and tight headliner display no signs of obvious wear and tear, and the door panels and full length console feature fresh and well-preserved wood appliques. That like-new carpet is protected by color-keyed floor mats, and that original console houses a correct T-handle shifter for the cars A727 transmission. In front of the driver, the cars original dash holds original gauges above a correct factory heater, a modern Sony CD player and a rare, optional Rim Blow steering wheel. And behind the cockpit, a clean and freshly painted trunk is authentically detailed with a new vinyl mat, a full size spare tire and a correct decklid decal. Cars like this concours restored '71 Charger are what make this hobby fun. It combines a slew of trophy winning ingredients with a price that is substantially lower than most freshly completed muscle cars and enough fire power to humble even modern performance cars. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





JRE Atmo Cosworth engine dyno run ford escort mk1 rally car engine
This is our 2.0 N/A Cosworth engine on our Dyno, this produced 251bhp. for more info or to purchase engines/ parts e-mail info@jreracingproducts.com or visit the website www.jreracingproducts.com.





1972 Chevrolet Vega - Hot Rod for Sale
1972 Chevrolet Vega (hatchback) Hot Rod ENGINE: 8 Cylinder - TRANSMISSION: Automatic - TITLE: Clear WARRANTY: None - CONDITION: Excellent - MILES: 400 EXTERIOR COLOR: Cortez Silver - INTERIOR COLOR: Black This is an excellent example of a well built, streetable Chevrolet Vega (Hot Rod). It has show quality good looks and it's streetable, reliable and very fast. I'm selling it because I'm getting something else and don't have the space for both. Details are as follows: Brand new professionally built 10:1 SBC 427 stroker-roller motor (400 miles on it), Milodon oil pan, Dart SHP block, Eagle crank and rods, Probe pistons, ported and polished Edelbrock Performer RPM heads and Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake, Comp Magnum cam, Holley 750 Street HP DP carb, K&N X-treme air cleaner system, Hooker Super Competition headers (ceramic-coated), all MSD ignition, custom Matson's aluminum radiator with fan and trans cooler, Continental 10" 3000 stall converter, Custom built manual reverse valve body TH400 with a trans. brake mated to a Hurst Pro Stick shifter, aluminum drive shaft, 12 bolt rear end with Summers axles, Richmond 3.73's and an Eaton posi, S-10 spindles & brakes, line locks, exquisitely done 3" Exhaust to the Flowmasters and 2.5" pipes over the axle that dump out behind the MT ET Street Radials on Centerline wheels, 6-point padded roll cage, beautiful aluminum dash with all Auto Meter Sport Comp gauges including a Monster tach with shift light, push button start, all new Painless wiring, new Corbeau racing seats and harnesses. Car has many NOS parts like parking lenses, tail lenses, bumpers, glass, moldings and much more. New Additions as of 09/2013: New Wilwood Forged Dynalite Pro Series 15" front and rear brakes, new Billet Specialties "STREET LITE" front and rear wheels, new Kumho front tires, new Mickey Thompson E.T. Street Radials, new Motive Gear 3.08:1 rear end gears, QA1 adjustable rear coil overs, Moroso battery switch (mounted behind license plate), and Moroso battery jumper terminals (underneath the car). Dyno: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTGZrWaxw88 ***Correction on stats: 427ci SBC engine & 457hp and 549ft/lbs torque at rear wheels! Also see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8_K6Y7s5vw





1972 V8 Vega GT
1972 Vega GT--20k original miles, mostly original paint, original deluxe interior, genuine 1970 350/360hp LT-1, matching block, heads, intake, carburetor, distributor and air cleaner, TH350, Hurst Auto Stick II shifter, 12 bolt posi, 4.10 gear, Stewart Warner Green Line gauges, Cragar s/s wheels and Goodyear Polyglas tires. Found car this way years back. Had been garaged since the mid 70's. Fun little car to drive on the street.





1975 Chevy Vega Street Rod - SOLD!
http://www.fabulous50.com and http://www.fabulous50sclassics.com Cute little street rod! This 1975 Vega is all set up with the 350/350 combo. Hugger Orange with a tan and black interior and bucket seats. It has a B & M shifter, positraction rear end, a GT sports steering wheel, headers, dual Exhaust, Zexius 15" rally tires on the back and Federals on the front, and Ultra wheels. This is a good solid car and a turn key driver. In the olden days we would have called it the scat pack. Either way, get down tonight and have a great time with this one! For more information please call us at 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719. Vehicle information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired. Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery arrangements are available. Do you have a classic car or truck or muscle car for sale? Please give us a call? 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719 and ask for Jim.





Chevy Vega engine Turbocharged
This is a schnieder cammed,ported Vega engine on 12 PSI Boost. It uses a Corvair Corsa turbo in a "draw through" design. The rubber hose you see expanding and contracting is just a radiator hose we used to fire it up. That is being replaced with hard tubing. The nasty idle is the cam..I am going to have to run it at about 1000 rmp idle. Boost comes on at 1200rpm. Any questions,just email me. I have been keeping Vega engines in vegas for years.





132405 / 1939 Ford Sedan
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7k4kmba For NASCAR fans, David Pearson needs no introduction. He currently holds second place on NASCAR's all-time win list, and is the driver that chased Richard Petty to greatness. He was also among the inaugural class of inductees to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, receiving votes from 50 of the 53 voters. Speaking of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, this 1939 Ford tudor sedan is the very car that Pearson drove to the induction ceremony from his home in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Beginning his career in Fords, it is only fitting that a Ford should carry him to the Hall of Fame, and this one does it in style. A very mild custom, perhaps too conservative to even be called a hot rod, it is nonetheless an extremely clean and well-restored example built by one of the truly great drivers of our time. The paint was expertly applied over beautifully prepped Henry Ford steel, and has a deep, soft luster that looks highly authentic on the 72 year old body. The color is probably a pretty good approximation of Garnet Maroon, which was on the color palette for 1939 despite Henry Ford's objection to red paints. All the original trim remains in place as well. The stainless is brilliantly polished, and the chrome bumpers, like the paint, have a nice patina that you just can't duplicate. The engine is a correct 24-stud flathead V8 with aluminum heads and a 2-barrel Stromberg carburetor perched way up top. It has undoubtedly been rebuilt, and probably sports a few hot-rodding tricks inside if you can believe the Isky cam cards that accompany the car. The block has been painted to match the body, although the heads are raw aluminum, and the original front-mounted distributor remains in place. The original 3-speed manual still lives behind the engine and shifts beautifully, driving the original banjo-style rear end. All four corners now wear modern tubular shocks, and there's a dual Exhaust system tucked neatly up into the frame rails. It all rides on a set of 16-inch Ford steel artillery wheels wearing V8 hubcaps and trim rings, along with a set of wide whitewall bias ply tires with tubes. The warm, welcoming interior looks straight of pre-war America, complete with simple fabrics, tasteful use of wood graining on the dash, and lovely art deco gauge faces. All the Bakelite plastic knobs and handles remain in excellent condition, and the banjo steering wheel is a work of art. A rubber floor mat protects the carpets up front, fitted beautifully around the shifter that extends gracefully up from the floor. The trunk is surprisingly spacious given the car's fastback profile, and holds a matching spare tire and wheel assembly. If this were merely a nice 1939 Ford Deluxe tudor, I'd say that it's a rare find in this condition. But adding in the David Pearson connection and the fact that it is a very well-known car adds tremendously to its value. If you're a '39 Ford fan, a NASCAR fan, or a David Pearson fan (or all three!), you owe it to yourself to put this lovely tudor sedan in your collection today. Call now!





132333 / 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/78zlna7 For many Camaro fans, the pure lines of the '67-68 cars are as good as Camaros get, and I tend to agree. This one has been finished properly, and the sheetmetal seems stretched over the chassis, giving the car a lean, predatory look. Bodywork is nicely done, and it looks as good as it does because someone too the time to sweat the details. The paint might be a little dark to be Matador Red, but it's handsome nonetheless, and perhaps the most interesting feature is the color-keyed SS stripe up front. Almost ghost-like on the top of the grille, it darkens to almost black by the time it reaches its point at the edge of the doors, a very cool touch. The tail panel and lower valence have been blacked-out to give the car a little bit of an edge, but it's far from flashy. The subtlety stops the moment you lift the cowl induction hood, however. Instead of a carbureted old-tech iron 350, you'll find a modern all-aluminum LS1 that appears to be from a Camaro. Dressed up in bright red Corvette Z06 coil covers and sporting an aluminum intake in place of the factory plastic unit, it's making notably more power than any original 350 would, and does it reliably and smoothly thanks to the wonders of factory fuel injection. Enough chrome was sprinkled throughout the engine bay to make you realize this is no junkyard dog, and it's impressive as hell the first time you open the hood at a show. Best of all, it starts instantly, idles perfectly even when it's ice cold, and everything works like it would in a brand new car—you just can't beat factory engineering for reliability. That LS1 was originally paired with a 6-speed manual, so that's what lives behind it now, a rugged T56 6-speed manual that features not one, but two overdrive gears that make highway cruising, even with 4.10s in the 10-bolt, a pleasant proposition. A massive dual Exhaust system with a crossover system delivers that unique LS1 sound and fat sway bars keep it tight in the corners. Instead of oversized and flashy alloys, the builder went with tried-and-true Rallys wearing brand new 15-inch BFGoodrich Radial T/As that are always in style. Inside, well, you can forget all pretext of pretending this is a stock Camaro. Deeply bolstered buckets are provided for the front passengers, and they've been upholstered in black velour instead of slippery leather for obvious reasons. The back seat has been upholstered to match, adding a bright red Chevrolet bowtie emblem to the seatback. Auto Meter Ultralight gauges fill the original instrument pods, and it appears that this is an original factory air car, as there are correct eyeball vents in the dash. The steering wheel is a gorgeous billet piece from American Racing, and the center console has been modified to hold a quartet of auxiliary gauges in a fitting tribute to the original. You'll also note that the Optima battery has been relocated to the trunk, where you'll also find a full-sized spare and a fresh mat. Documentation includes an original owner's manual and 1968 Camaro brochure. The subtlety of the exterior work, especially that SS stripe, will win this car a lot of fans at shows, while the power under the hood and killer interior make it an absolute blast to drive. Fully sorted and with everything fully functional, it's exactly the kind of car that gets a lot of second and third looks at a show, and drivers of much more modern machinery will be stunned when you swat them with this 43-year-old coupe. Fast, cool, and functional, this car has everything going for it. Call today!





132502 / 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst/Olds
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/8374j5g This 1969 Hurst/Olds tribute is an extremely well done car that features a correct 455 and is priced at about a third of what it would take to build something like this from the ground up. A 2007 nut and bolt rotisserie restoration started with a 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass and, using correct colors and details, professionally transformed it into the fine tribute you see here. The straight and clean body was covered with a basecoat/clearcoat finish that includes correct Cameo White under correct Firefrost Gold stripes that have been professionally trimmed in black, just as the original Hurst/Olds were. Up front, grilles borrowed from the 442 have been completely blacked out just as they were on original '69 Hurst/Olds. In the middle of those grilles a Firefrost gold stripe with its surrounding black accents starts where the bumper meets the center of the nose and runs to the top center of the cars correct 'mail box' hood scoop which includes correct "H/O 455" decals. The cars sporty profile is emphasized by correct Hurts/Olds emblems, correct Hurst/Olds rear quarter decals, correct English racing mirrors and correct Firefrost Gold stripes. At the rear of the car, dual Hurst/Olds trunk emblems sit below a tall decklid spoiler that is correctly trimmed at each end with Firefrost Gold and black pin stripes. The engine is a correct code 396021F 455 Oldsmobile Rocket block that sounds meaner than most of the cars in our RK Motors showroom. Turn the key and a Demon carburetor sucks air through a new correctly decaled chrome air cleaner and feeds fuel from stainless lines into to an Edelbrock Performer Oldsmobile 455 aluminum intake. Behind the Demon carburetor, an HEI distributor feeds fire through Taylor wires which are loomed around pristine chrome valve covers. Below those valve covers, ceramic coated long tube headers send Exhaust out through a true dual Exhaust system. Someone paid close attention to the details during this cars restoration as the Cameo White body panels mesh seamlessly with the satin black engine bay and contrast well to the orange engine block and silver accessories. The bottom of the car has been over restored to include glossy and spotless Cameo white on the floor board that contrasts brilliantly with a satin black frame and drive line that are in excellent shape. A 12 bolt limited slip rear end and sits behind a correct double A-arm front suspension and is held in place by a triangulated four link rear suspension. Braking is provided by correct power drums all around and turning is aided by factory correct power steering. A turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed transmission sends power to the rear wheels while Exhaust flows out of the long tube ceramic headers into a true dual system complete with a crossover and Flowmaster mufflers. At each corner of the car, 14 inch Oldsmobile stamped style 2 wheels are painted in Firefrost Gold, trimmed in chrome and feature chrome trim rings, chrome lug nuts and chrome center caps with red Oldsmobile rocket logos. Wrapped around those SS2 wheels is reliable 225/70/14 BF Goodrich radials. Inside the car, new vinyl seats sit on new sound deadening insulation and new carpet that is protected by new mats. Front and rear door panels feature the same pattern as the seats and are decorated with great looking chrome and stainless trim pieces. A factory correct short console features wood grain applique and houses a dual gate chrome Hurst shifter for the cars TH350. The dash pad shows no signs of sun damage, housing the cars gauge cluster and chrome vents for the heat and air conditioning. The lower dash is trimmed in stainless and houses a correct Oldsmobile AM radio with a courtesy light above the knobs and controls for the heat and air conditioning. On the passenger's side of the dash you'll find a correct Hurst/Olds logo attached to the locking glove box and in front of the driver, a four spoke satin finished steering wheel features a red Oldsmobile rocket logo. This 1969 Hurst/Olds tribute is a phenomenal car that could not be reproduced for three times the asking price.





Paul Jackson, Jr.'s 1969 Oldsmobile 442 - Jay Leno's Garage
It may only get about 5 mpg, but it's still exactly what Olds called it back in the day - the "Keeper of Cool." » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/JLGSubscribe » Visit the Official Site: http://bit.ly/JLGOfficialSite THE BEST OF JAY LENO'S GARAGE » Exclusive First Looks: http://bit.ly/JLGExclusives » Ultra Rare Supercars: http://bit.ly/JLGSupercars » Jay's Book Club: http://bit.ly/JLGBookClub JAY LENO'S GARAGE ON SOCIAL Follow Jay: http://Twitter.com/LenosGarage Like Jay: http://Facebook.com/JayLenosGarage ABOUT JAY LENO'S GARAGE A new video every Sunday! Visit Jay Leno's Garage, the Emmy-winning series where Jay Leno gives car reviews, motorcycle reviews, compares cars, and shares his passion and expertise on anything that rolls, explodes, and makes noise. Classic cars, restomods, super cars like the McLaren P1, sports cars like Porsche 918 Spyder and Camaro Z28, cafe racers, vintage cars, and much, much more. Subscribe for more: http://full.sc/JD4OF8 NBC ON SOCIAL: NBC YouTube: http://full.sc/MtLxIM NBC Facebook: http://facebook.com/NBC NBC Twitter: http://twitter.com/NBC NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC/posts Paul Jackson, Jr.'s 1969 Oldsmobile 442 - Jay Leno's Garage http://www.youtube.com/user/jaylenosgarage Jay Leno's Garage http://www.youtube.com/user/jaylenosgarage





PRR J1's and Santa Fe 2-10-4's at Sandusky, Ohio (1956)
Video of Sandusky, OH in the summer of 1956 when Pennsy leased Santa Fe 2-10-4 engines to help with a surge in traffic. This is a really great video with lots of great scenes of both of these engine types. Footage from "Steam and Diesel on the PRR. Vol. II" by Herron Rail Video http://www.herronrail.com/





1976 Chevrolet Vega Nomad Wagon
Car owner Michael Veitengruber talks about his rare 1976 Chevrolet Vega Nomad Wagon.




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