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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!
1971 Chevy Vega GT "Jega"
A 1971 Chevy Vega GT built for Jegs Performance... The "LSX 454" under the
hood is just the frosting on the cake of this very nicely built Race
Car...I was able to catch up with the Car at the Detroit AutoRama
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Hot Rod Vega
Like the dinosaur the Chevy Vega is something that has gone extinct...this
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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.
1971 Chevy Vega Commercial - Worst Car Ever Made in the USA in Modern Times
The Chevy Vega was built to compete with the likes of VW, Toyota and Datsun
in the USA. It was Chevy's first Sub Compact Car. Although there is
always some debate. This car is considered by many as being one of or
actually, the Worst Car Ever Made. It's very subjective. It was heavily
recalled by GM for prolbems, the alluminium engines warped, the front cowl
sections rusted thru in a short period of time. The overall build quality
was very suspect. The Ford Pinto had some Safety issues or at least a bad
reputation earned rightly or wrongly with the placement of the Gas Tank
and the AMC Gremlin had detractors to it's styling but was reliable car,
but the Vega was real junk.
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!
1975 Chevy Vega Street Rod - SOLD!
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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!
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~~SOLD~~1976 Cosworth Vega For Sale~Custom 3.0L V6 Race Motor~5 Speed~Firethorn~One of a Kind!
1976 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega
Only 62,420 Miles
2 Owners & Fully Documented w/ Original Window Sticker
~ An ENORMOUS Amount of Money Was Invested in This Car ~
~ ONE OF A KIND & TASTEFULLY MODIFIED ~
Under the Hood is a Gently Used Custom Cosworth V6 FBE BOA 703 3.0L Race
Motor. Built in the UK by one of the world leading Race Engine Builders.
GoTech ignition/ECU. Custom Radiator w/ Two Electric Fans to keep the Beast
Cool. Heavy Duty Fuel Pump, Re Built Gas Tank w/ Swirl Pot. Less then 2,000
Miles & Logged Hours. The Original Matching Motor is Crated, LY3 122 EFI
Twin Cam L4 Engine w/ 59,630 Original Miles, 170 PSI in all Cylinders,
Tonawanda # 3807, New Radiator, Water Pump, Upper Gaskets, Drive Belts,
Distributor, Cap, Rotor, Plugs, Coil, Starter, Wires, Wire Harness,
Injectors, Air Filter, Clutch Assembly, Speedo Cable, PCV, Cam Seals, Rear
Main Rope Seal, Fuel Pressure Regulator, Original T50 Borg Warner 5 Speed
Gear Box & Shifter...
Sierra Cosworth 5 Speed Quick Shifter Gear Box w/ 10" Heavy Duty Hydraulic
Clutch & B&M Shifter & a 4:10 Posi Rear..
Custom Dual Flow master Exhaust
Freshly Painted in it's Original Color Firethorn Metallic, Factory Looking
Stinger was Added with Black Accent. The interior is very original and in
exception condition, with a under dash AM/FM CD & 4 Speakers..
New Shocks, Bushings, Coils, Drums, Shoes, Rotors, Calipers, Pads, Ball
Joints, Master Cylinder, Cables, Hoses, Wheel Cylinders, Bearings, Tires.
Sounds Amazing, Drives Excellent, This is a Very Special Car
Electro Rear Defogger
Posi Traction Rear Axle
Twin Cam L4
5 Speed Manual Transmission
70-13/B S/B Radial w/ White Wall
Cosworth Vega Package
Fire Custom Vinyl Bucket
This Car Was More then a Corvette in the Day, Over $7,000!
~ Always Garaged, Covered, Driven on Sunny Days, Cherished & Loved ~
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132848 / 1971 Dodge Charger R/T
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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
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1975 Chevy Cosworth Vega Blk Lakel090312
John DeLorean at work again! Cosworth helped design the twin cam head, and
the block was slightly smaller (122 c.i.) than the stock block for Vega
(140 c.i.). The car was made for the 1975 and 1976 model years. It was a
first for electronic fuel injection for Chevy...and got good reviews for
balanced performance. The car produced around 140 h.p. but a prototype
produced 170 h.p. with twin carbs. The total production for two years was
3508. Probably the Achilles heel of the car was rust...Vegas were known