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Here is a crown jewel of any collection: A restored, clean, numbers matching, all original sheetmetal Dodge Charger Daytona. A product of the 1960's, the Daytona stands head and shoulders up on nearly every other car built in its time in stature, looks and desirability.
Outside you'll find V2 Hemi Orange Poly in its correct shade, laid down expertly and rubbed out to a glass smooth finish. Like many other Chrysler colors, there's a luminescent quality thanks to very fine gold metal flake throughout, and it's dazzling. Inferior paint jobs and older restorations are more often dull and without the gold glow, and the difference is amazing. The white stripe on the tail, and the correct, original road wheels and Goodyear redlines give the car a very classy, sleek and unified look.
The interior has a nice mix of new reproduction and original parts. New Legendary seat covers on the rebuilt seats, a new headliner and new carpeting augment the original, un-cracked dash pad and excellent original door pads and panels. New sill plates add shine along with new door handles and re-chromed armrest bases. The original center console shifter wears a fluted shift knob, the gauges were refaced, while new dash bezels run from one end to the other. We added a very cool restored wood grain sport steering wheel as a finishing touch. All switches and buttons work as they should, and the car's a pleasure to drive with the smooth, light power steering and reassuring brakes working with the high torque mill up front.
The trunk floor is original and clean, and is covered by a new mat. Look underneath to find floor pans that were completely stripped and painted black during the restoration, along with new Exhaust, fuel and brake systems. This is a car which drives as well as it looks.
The engine sits in a restored bay with all of its original parts, as well as all new mechanicals and other wear items. That's the original wiper motor, air cleaner, carburetor, Exhaust manifolds and more. There's a reproduction battery, new wire set, new reproduction heater and radiator hoses along with the original radiator and new battery cables. There's an electronic ignition system and a reproduction ballast resistor on the firewall connected to a reproduction engine wiring harness. The car starts and runs better than new, shifts well and tracks straight.
In the collector car market the Daytona needs no introduction: It's the millionaire playboy in the center of attention. It's the platinum bar on top of a pile of tarnished silver coins. Few cars are as popular as they are polarizing, and that simply adds to the car's cache. Beautiful in execution, numbers matching, original sheet metal, fully inspected, Galen documented and running flawlessly this car is a topper in nearly any collection on earth.
American Muscle Car - S02E07 - Dodge Daytona & Plymouth Superbird
The American Musclecar series relives that incredible time when Detroit
produced the most outrageous cars ever to hit the street. From the car that
started it all, the 1964 Pontiac GTO, experience the glory days of power
and speed through the stories of those who lived and breathed it then. This
2-disc set features twelve half-hour episodes devoted to each extraordinary
muscle car from that magical era.
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1959-1963
Pontiac 421 Super Duty
Ford Fairlane GT & Torino Talladega
427 Cobra 1963-1967
Chevrolet Corvette Camaro Z/28
Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird
The Mopar Super Stockers
American Motors AMX
Dodge Challenger TA and Plymouth AAR 'Cuda
Buick Regal GNX
1955-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
1969 DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA -- ONLY 505 OF THESE MADE
Dodge has produced three separate vehicles with the name Dodge Charger
Daytona, all of which were modified Dodge Chargers. The name is taken from
Daytona Beach, Florida, which was an early center for auto racing and still
hosts the Daytona 500, one of NASCAR's premier events. With the failure of
the 1969 Dodge Charger 500 on the highbanks of the superspeedways, tracks
of a mile, or more in length, the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was created.
It was intended to be a high-performance, limited-edition version of the
Dodge Charger produced in the summer of 1969 for the sole purpose of
winning high profile NASCAR races. It won its first race out, the inaugural
Talladega 500 in the fall, although it was a rather hollow victory as all
of the top names had left the track on Saturday in a boycott of the 1969
Talladega race. The 1969 Dodge Daytona won two races in 1969 and another
four in 1970 for a total of 6. Its successor, the 1970 Plymouth Superbird,
won 8 races - all in 1970. One of the five famous aero-cars, the Dodge
Daytona featured special body modifications that included a 23 in 0 (580
mm) stabilizer wing on the rear deck, a special sheet-metal "nose cone"
that replaced the traditional upright front grille, a flush rear backlight,
a 'window cap' to cover the original Charger's recessed rear window,
specific front fenders and hood that were modeled after the upcoming 1970
Charger, stainless steel A-pillar covers and fender mounted tire
clearance/brake cooling scoops. The Daytona was built on the 1969 Charger's
500 trim specifications, meaning that it carried a heavy-duty suspension
and brake setup and was equipped with a 440 CID Magnum engine as standard.
Of special note to collectors is the optional 426 CID Hemi V8 engine, which
only 70 of the 503 Daytonas carried. It had a corporate cousin in the "one
year-only" 1970 Plymouth Superbird. The Dodge Daytona is now a very rare
and valuable collectible, with 440-powered Daytonas reaching into
six-figure territory and 426 hemi-engined cars passing the $300,000 mark.
When this Daytona was new it cost $4,000. Thanks very much for viewing
this rare 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona.
132407 / 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/czmuwrh
This fully documented 1970 AAR 'Cuda features 100% matching numbers, a
high-quality restoration, and is painted my personal favorite color, Burnt
Orange Metallic. Expertly applied over a fully restored 'Cuda body, the
paint is dazzling and it's a good thing the AAR comes with a blacked-out
hood, otherwise you'd have a hard time driving it on a sunny day. A proper
AAR decal package, including strobe stripes and All American Racers chevron
on the rear quarters, has been installed. The blacked-out rear spoiler
matches the hood and ties the whole car together nicely, with the result
being a car that looks every bit the part of a race-ready piece.
AARs received their own unique powerplant, a 340 cubic inch small block
topped by three two-barrel carburetors. While all that carburetion might
seem like overkill on a small block, the result is a car that loves to rev
and never seems to run out of breath. That big air cleaner draws fresh,
cool air from the functional hood scoop, and force feeds the Holleys
underneath. The fender tags are reproductions, but the originals are
included as part of the documentation package, and no liberties have been
taken in their content. And in case you didn't catch it before, this is the
original, numbers-matching engine.
Underneath, this car is incredibly clean with floors that have been
finished like the rest of the body. The original 4-speed manual
transmission spins an 8.75-inch rear full of easy-cruising 3.55 gears. The
AARs received a special side-exiting Exhaust setup, and this one has an accurate
system that doesn't look cobbled together like so many muffler shop
specials. A new gas tank hangs out back feeding fresh lines, and the brake
system has been fully rebuilt at all four corners. The finishing touch is a
set of handsome Rallye wheels wearing staggered-size Goodyear Polyglas GT
The interior is also as correct as the body, done in black vinyl with
high-back buckets as original. If you need any additional proof of the 340s
high-RPM proclivities, look no further than the original 6500 RPM
tachometer, and believe me, nothing sounds more amazing than a V8 running
at high speeds. The buckets feature new seat covers, there are fresh
carpets on the floor, and overhead the headliner is taut and wrinkle-free.
As a performance car, there's no weight-adding console, and it looks pretty
butch with the shifter just sticking out of the transmission tunnel like
that. Under the rear spoiler, you'll find a nicely finished trunk with a
new mat and a correct space-saver spare complete with inflator bottle and a
full jack assembly.
The AAR might be the most collectable of the small block Mopars. With a
fascinating story behind them, they were a cool experiment from a time when
automakers were willing to try almost anything to improve their performance
credentials. They're also fabulous cars to drive, with that lightweight V8
under the hood, handling is exceptional, and those three deuces make a
sound like nothing you've ever heard before. This one is beautifully
restored in a very cool period color and it's a combination that always
attracts a lot of attention here in the showroom. Look at prices on Boss
302s and Camaro Z/28s
lately, and you'll understand why the AAR is so highly sought. Call today!
132408 / 1967 Plymouth Belvedere HEMI GTX
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cp7ta56
Thanks to a thorough and meticulous six year restoration, this 1967 GTX
Convertible HEMI is a magnificent car in every way. Starting with a rust
free, low mile car, this GTX was disassembled down to a bare body, with the
doors, hood, deck lid and fenders removed for refinishing. Over the next
five years, more than $50,000.00 was spent to transform the GTX body into a
perfectly straight masterpiece, with perfect panel gaps and amazing black
Every square inch of the exterior of this GTX was restored or replaced.
Check out the front and rear bumpers, the door handles, side mirror, hood
scoop bezels, fender-mounted turn signals and the tail light bezels--all of
these chrome items were re-plated to show quality standards. The anodized
aluminum headlight bezels, grill and tail light panel were all restored to
the highest standards. All of the exterior stainless steel, including the
wheel lip moldings, was carefully polished and restored to better than new
standards. The NASCAR style gas cap was replaced with a B/E & A
Specialties high quality reproduction unit. As well, new marker lights,
reverse lights and new emblems were sourced and installed. You can't have
a blinding perfect body without perfect glass, so a complete new glass set
was ordered and installed, along with new window felts, weather-strips,
seals, body plugs and grommets.
Carefully open the perfectly aligned hood and staring you in the face is a
massive chromed 1967 Street HEMI air cleaner and two equally massive
original, restored HEMI valve covers. The vintage HEMI block was torn down
and rebuilt. After the engine was assembled, it was expertly tuned and
balanced. In all respects, this is a brand new vintage 426 HEMI engine,
with correct heads, pistons, rods and crank. Present are two correct 1967
HEMI carburetors, a correct intake, correct Exhaust manifolds, correct water pump, correct
alternator and correct power steering crank pulley. Additional details
abound: correct reproduction battery and positive/negative battery cables;
reproduction washer bottle; correct restored 26" radiator; correct hoses,
clamps and plug wires. A Classic Auto Air system is neatly bolted to the
front of the engine and you'll also notice a correct power steering system
and an MPC power brake system.
Moving on to the underside of the GTX, the entire front suspension was
blasted, and restored. The rear suspension was also blasted and repainted,
with new shocks posted at all four corners. A new fuel tank, along with
new fuel lines, new brake lines and new rubber hoses were installed.
Underneath the car you'll spot a brand new Keisler Tremec TKO 500 5-speed
manual transmission along with a brand new slip yoke, cross member, reverse
light assembly, bell-housing, clutch, pressure plate and throw-out bearing.
The brand new balanced drive-shaft feeds an equally brand new Strange Dana
60 axle, with a 3.54 posi gear-set. The GTX rolls on four brand new
BFGoodrich P225/70R14 red-line radials mounted to four brand new Magnum 500
road wheels with center caps.
Not a single part of the interior of this GTX went un-restored. All of the
following was sourced as new: four door panels; two door handles; four
window cranks; six seat covers, six seat foams; center console; center
console top plates and hardware; pistol grip shifter; two kick panels; rear
seat GTX emblem. Every single piece of chrome in this interior was
re-plated to show standards. The original 1967 seat-belts were expertly
restored and show as better than new. The original instrument cluster was
disassembled and rebuilt and reinstalled into the beautiful re-painted
dash, capped by a restored dash pad. Every dash knob and bezel was
re-plated. The original AM/FM radio was rebuilt by Chet Greenwood. The
Classic Auto Air system is expertly installed and is activated using the
factory heater controls, immediately flooding the cabin with cool air on
hot summer days or nights. To cap off the stunning interior, a brand new
black convertible top with rear glass window was expertly installed on to
the restored convertible top hardware.
This HEMI powered triple black convertible, with a pistol grip 5-speed,
power brakes, power steering and air conditioning is the kind of car that
you can enjoy for a lifetime.
Dom's New Dodge
"Dom", played by Vin Diesel, and the Dodge Charger Daytona share many
things in common, including how they are both standouts in the streets of
London. See how the team created Dom's new Dodge.
134023 / 1970 Buick GSX
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In 1970 Buick introduced the GSX as their answer to Pontiac's GTO Judge and
Chevrolet's Chevelle SS454. Modestly rated at 360hp and 510 ft./lb. of
torque, the GSX Stage 1 was described as a more luxurious HEMI 'Cuda
because of its lighter weight and amazing power. In 2002, this particular
example won a Senior Award from the Buick Club of America and the 'A' Body
of The Year award at the Buick Nationals. In 2010 it racked up Concours
Gold awards at both the Buick Performance Group Nationals and GS Nationals.
Literally every nut and bolt on this GSX Stage 1 has been replaced to
factory standards and showroom shine to ensure that it gets the most points
possible from any discerning judge. Every weld and gap is perfect making
for excellent panel fit and functionality giving this Buick a menacing, yet
luxurious appearance. Chrome bumpers, door handles and window trim add an
element of class and luxury. The combination of black, white and chrome is
complemented by small splashes of color like the rear GSX decals and red
pin stripping around the GSX side stripe. Red, white and blue Buick
tri-shield center caps are bolted to GSX specific chrome trimmed 15 inch
Rallye wheels. Those stylish Rallye wheels are wrapped in reproduction
Super Wide Oval tires as if the car had just left the factory.
Buick's mighty 455 big block V8 was one of the first motors to utilize thin
wall casting and as a result is lighter than a comparable Chevrolet 454.
Take one look under the hood at the numbers matching 455 and you'll see why
this GSX is a gold winning car. Everything from the battery to the decals
has been restored to showroom quality and nothing less than best of show.
This particular GSX was up fitted from the factory with the Stage 1
performance package which added a hotter cam, bigger valves, low
restriction Exhaust and revised jets
in the Rochester Quadra-Jet carburetor. The result is an unpublished rating
of 425hp and a ride that you'll never forget.
This GSX also features Buick's Rallye Ride Control Package which includes a
rear stabilizer bar, firmer front and rear shocks, rear firm ride springs
and rear lower control arm assemblies. Connecting that massive power with
this enhanced driving system is a factory option, numbers matching
close-ratio 4-speed transmission. Equipped in only 188 Buick GSX's for
1970, that transmission sends the torque to the ground via 3.64 gears in a
numbers matching high performance Buick Posi-Traction rear axle. At the
front corners, factory power assisted discs and at the rear corners,
factory power assisted drums bring everything to a stop. The guys at Then
and Now topped off the restoration with a new fuel tank, new fuel lines,
new brake lines, new body mounts and a fresh GM black undercoating.
This sale includes documentation from the GSX Historic Society showing the
car to be GSX number 622 of 678 produced for 1970. Also included are
Concours gold plaques from the GS Nationals and Buick Performance Group
Nationals as well as the Buick Club of America gold medal, affixed to the
grille of the car, signifying senior award status. The car features a
numbers matching 455 V8, a numbers matching 4 speed close ratio
transmission and a numbers matching 3.64 high performance rear end. It is
one of 178 Apollo White cars produced and one of 188 cars equipped with the
Even after 40 years the interior of the GSX still feels luxurious and
comfortable. The gauge cluster consists of a clock and brightwork set
against wood grain texture. The seats and door panels feature upgraded
vinyl, adding to the fresh feeling created by the nicer GSX dash.
This gorgeous GSX has the hardware to satisfy your wants and the class to
fulfill your needs. It has enough power under its hood, luxury behind its
doors and trophies under its belt to make any car guy happy. The sale
includes concours gold plaques from the GS Nationals and Buick Performance
Group Nationals and documentation from the GSX Historic Society. Call today
for a chance to own this award winning car!
6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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132395 / 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28
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This stunning Lemans Blue Z/28 is not only matching numbers throughout, but
also includes rare and desirable upgrades like a real JL8 rear end with
disc brakes and a correct date-coded Crossram intake with dual quads. If
you're going into battle on a road course, this is the weapon you use.
This is a real code X33 Z/28, but look closer, and you'll also find that
it's beautiful and accurate. The Lemans Blue is flashy, no doubt about it,
but in a car that moves like this, that's no sin. Someone invested heavily
in the bodywork, and it looks straight and clean from any angle. Good gaps
suggest that they took their time putting this Camaro together, and even the
rear spoiler fits snugly to the quarter panels. Paint is clearly two-stage
urethane, and the SS stripes have been painted on, which always looks great
because the badges don't interrupt the lines. There's a genuine GM cowl
induction hood feeding the dual four-barrels underneath, and the front and
rear spoilers are part of the D80 package that makes these cars look so
right. The final touch is a set of pinstripes outlining the wheel openings,
which match the primary stripes and tie the whole car together nicely.
Most Camaro fans will
look under the hood and be delighted to find that Crossram intake atop the
original, numbers-matching 302 block. A pair of matched and dated Holley
carburetors feed the engine, and you can check the numbers on the intake
for yourself—it's the real deal. There's a GM offroad camshaft living in
the block, and the engine snarls and barks like a real competition piece,
especially with that chambered Exhaust
system. If you're a numbers guy, you can have a field day with this car,
because it's full of date-code correct components.
The high-winding small block is backed by its original Muncie M21 4-speed
manual transmission. Out back is not just a 12-bolt with a disc brake kit,
but a correct QX code JL8-spec rear end with the correct rotors, calipers,
and hardware, along with a set of 3.73 gears on a Posi limited slip. As I
mentioned, there's a chambered Exhaust
system that sounds amazing, especially at 6000 RPM and new Rally wheels
wear Goodyear Wide Tread GT tires.
The standard blue interior is anything but ordinary, and calling it
standard does a disservice to the guys who designed it. The bucket seats
wear correct reproduction covers that are the right shade of blue—not too
light, not too dark, and with just a hint of metallic, and the door panels
and dash pad match almost exactly. New carpets on the floor are protected
by matching blue bowtie-logo floor mats, and this car is so fresh that
there's still plastic in the foot wells to protect the carpet. The trunk
offers a new mat, full-sized spare, and a complete jack assembly.
Fresh off a complete nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration, this Z/28 is put
together the way many of us would have spec'd our own if were knew then
what we know now. Disc brakes are almost mandatory for a car with this Camaro's performance
envelope, and the correct components used in this one are probably worth a
fortune. And while there are reproduction Crossram intakes out there, this
one sports a correct GM piece with date-coded carburetors, taking it up a
notch above cookie-cutter cars out there. Details are well done, and the
restorer definitely did his homework when it came to duplicating the
factory production marks and techniques. Like many of the more unusual Camaros RK Motors
Charlotte has featured in the past, this one seems destined not to stay for
long—they never do. Call today!
132169 / 1967 Shelby GT500 Tribute
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7o476ug
I flat-out love this car. I'm a big fan of the 32-valve Cobra motors and
how unbelievably smooth they are and how much power they can make. Add in a
6-speed manual, and you have a very potent acceleration curve. Combine that
with what is arguably one of the best-looking Mustangs of all time-the Shelby GT500
fastback - and you end up with a take-no-prisoners supercar. The suspension
and brakes have been upgraded to keep pace with the engine's prodigious
output, while the interior has been left alone because there's no use in
messing with a great design. Ultimately, you end up with a car that's
unquestionably faster than a real
GT500, handles better, stops shorter, is more comfortable to drive, gets
better fuel mileage, and probably will require less maintenance. Whereas
the downside to all that? If you're looking for a heart-stopping cruise
missile that will draw a crowd three deep at the next cruise night, here it
is. It's not cheap, but I'll also bet that it couldn't be duplicated for
the asking price. This is A LOT of car for the money. Call now!
Vintage Test Drive of a 1969 Hemi Dodge Daytona Charger in Quebec Canada
This is a rare video of a 1969 Dodge Daytona Charger with a 426 Hemi engine
being tested flat-out at Mont Tremblant in Quebec Canada by test driver
Jacques Duval. Many people do not realize that the infamous Daytona Charger
was actually more 70 Charger than 69 as it used the fenders and hood from
the upcoming 70 Charger.