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RK Motors Charlotte presents this as THE FINEST restored Hemi '67 GTX on the planet. It was a 1st place winner in the invitation only Classic American Performance class at the 2009 Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Cars and was a nearly impossible to find original paint survivor Hemi car with its original fender tag and broadcast sheet.
Tim Wilhelm and our restoration crew first documented the car before carefully taking the car apart, labeling and bagging every nut, bolt and screw. After chemically stripping the entire car, Tim and company took the gracefully aged body to task. Before, during and after photos reveal the extremely minimal work needed to patch the bottoms of the quarters and one rocker - NO other sheet metal was cut out, including the perfect trunk floor. After weeks of sanding, primer went down and slowly, as the panels received more and more attention, the body was ready to paint. DuPont Chromapremier paint was chosen, and the carefully matched WW1 white was laid down. Layers of clearcoat were added and wet sanded and buffed to its current condition. Every piece of exterior trim is original with the exception of the antenna and base, the windows, rocker and wheel lip moldings, lock set, marker light lenses, fender turn signals, and the taillights and bezels. We replaced the 1977 aftermarket wheels with 1967-only wheels which are fully restored and carry a spring date code. The '67-specific hubcaps are outstanding originals which were fully restored.
We sent the motor to noted Hemi expert Larry Shepard for a full-on, no-expense-spared concours restoration. Not far into the engine's disassembly, Larry gave us a call and told us not only was our Hemi a clean one, it was a factory Super Stock piece! The fender tag shows this car was scheduled for build on June 28, 1967, making it most likely the very last '67 Hemi X built. Shepard's went through the engine leaving no part untouched and creating one of the finest detailed Hemis on the planet. Then we restored the engine compartment using original and correct pieces all the way down to the screws that secure the fender tag... Literally days were spent researching the correct finishes on parts through examination of original parts, other GTX's and phone calls to experts such as Frank Badalson and Dave Wise.
The sheet metal underneath was treated to the same care as the top, and sports a fresh coat of white paint. While this was originally an undercoated car we elected to paint the car white everywhere. It would take very little effort to apply the coating if you wish. The chassis and suspension under the car was carefully researched, restored and re-assembled with every piece being exact to factory appearance and specifications.
After we disassembled the interior, we sent all of the chrome trim and pieces for a show quality restoration. Then the gauge cluster went to Auto Instruments, a sample of the original headliner went to SMS Auto Fabrics and the seat belts went to SSnake Oyl Products. New Legendary upholstery and door panels were ordered along with new window cranks and armrest bases from Van's Auto and a new center console, top plates and shift knob from BE/A. Auto Custom Carpet supplied both the rug and the logo floor mats and Mega Parts provided various small parts including the firewall insulation, the glove box liner and the sill plates. The dashboard and steering column were completely torn down, media blasted, cleaned and sent over to the body shop for paint along with the kick panels, center console, rear seat crown, dash pad, speaker grille, steering wheel center cap and steering column trim. The original armrest pads, door jamb windlace, seat backs and side panels were refinished in the proper P6K code copper dye. Finally, we installed the freshly restored wood grain wheel from Gary's Steering Wheels along with an original center cap from Mitchell Motor Parts.
This car is here to show we can build no-excuses, no B.S. show car, which few in the world can rival. Incredibly documented, long term ownership, numbers matching, original sheet metal, award-winning and near flawless in every way.
1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX For Sale~ALL ORGINAL!!
1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX
440Ci / 375hp
Famous 727 Torque Flite Automatic Transmission
323 Rear Sure-Grip Axle
Full Gauges Instrument Panel
Sport Steering wheel
Sport Bucket Vinyl Seats
Red Streak Tires
This 1967 Beauty Marks, GTX Style includes Dual Scoops on the hood, Chromed
Dual Exhaust, Pits Stop Gas Cap and
Special Red Streak Tires ALL Standard.
1967 440cu V8 The a Monster Big Block with 375hp
Heavy Duty Torsion & Sway Bars Standard
This one of the most Outstanding Cars Of the 1967 Era, just sooo unique!
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132503 / 1964 Pontiac GTO
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If you're looking for exclusivity, this is the GTO to own. The paint is a
special order color not on the Pontiac books and reflected in the cowl tag,
it is factory-equipped with a 389 Tri-Power engine and optional 4-speed,
and has enough documentation to answer all the questions you're sure to get
at the Pontiac Nationals.
The color is correct, and research suggests that it's close to Sunfire Red
Metallic, but not quite. The bodywork was expertly refinished and the body
was given a thorough block sanding in preparation for the unique finish.
With the clean, unadorned lines of the first GTO, there's really no place
for shoddy workmanship to hide, and it's immediately obvious that this car
is as straight as they come. The crease along the lower body remains sharp,
gaps are very good throughout, and the paint finish has a subtle glow that
has to be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Of course, the chrome was
also refinished, the stainless was polished, and any glass that wasn't up
to snuff was replaced with new pieces.
Although there are probably 50% more Tri-Power GTOs in existence today than
were ever built by the factory, this one is, indeed, a real Tri-Power car,
according to the window sticker and build sheets acquired from PHS. When
the car was restored several years ago, it was detailed for show and still
shows nicely, with only minor signs of use. The Pontiac Turquoise finish on
the block and heads remains bright, the carburetors and linkage all work
correctly, and it wears a trio of miniature chrome air cleaners just as it
did when it was new. An aftermarket A/C system was apparently installed
sometime in the car's past, and it has been retained, rebuilt, and now
carries modern R134a refrigerant. It also offers optional power steering,
however power brakes were not specified on this high-option car for some
reason. It runs beautifully, fires up easily, and thanks to a newer dual Exhaust system with Flowmasters and
proper turn-downs, it sounds downright ferocious.
This is also a factory M20 4-speed car, and offers a 3.23 gear set and
Saf-T-Track limited slip as well. The chassis was properly finished at the
time of the restoration, and like the engine bay shows lights signs of use.
The floors are solid, the frame shows no indications of previous damage,
and it appears that there are new shocks at all four corners. Redline tires
are a period-perfect touch, and the original full wheel covers with
simulated knock-off centers have been retained, giving the car an
appropriately authentic look.
The cowl tag suggests that this car originally had a red interior, but
after seeing how gorgeous the white buckets look inside the lovely red
coupe, nobody will complain. The buckets have been reupholstered using
correct materials and patterns and obviously everything is new, including
the door panels, dash pad, headliner, and even things like the sunvisors. A
full-length console offers an accessory tachometer located down low, just
below the A/C. Also note that this car carries factory power windows, an AM
radio with deck-mounted power antenna, and a custom sports steering wheel
that has been color-matched to the interior. The fully finished trunk
offers a correct trunk mat and matching spare tire cover for a factory
There can't be many first-year GTOs more unique than this. From the custom
color to the long list of options, it's a great car with a fascinating
pedigree. The restoration was exceptionally well done, and the car has been
driven only sparingly since it was completed, so it still looks great. If
you've always wanted an early GTO, this is the one to own. Call today!
67 Plymouth Belvedere For Sale - New Carlisle, IN
1967 Plymouth Belvedere for sale complete restoration (not rotisserie).
Took over 8 yrs. to complete. Engine is a Ray Barton built 493 inch Stroker
with Barton fully ported and polished Edelbrock aluminum heads, comp cam,
630 lift with crane roller rockers and solid lifters. I have the complete
engine build sheet. Engine produces over 600 h.p. and over 600 ft. lbs.
torque on 93 octane pump gas. I also have the Dyno sheet from Bartons shop.
The transmission is Mopar 727 with shift kit and 4000 stahl Kohn converter
and shift kit. Shifts normal, no reverse pattern. The rear end is 8 3/4
posi unit with 4.10 gears. It is extra heavy duty unit with Richmond gears
and 1/4 inch drain plug in housing. It has drive shaft loop and passed NHRA
inspection. The frame rails have been connected (full frame), super stock
springs in rear with Mopar performance shocks and Koni 90/10s up front.
Complete new brake system, including lines. New gas tank, battery and new
under dash wiring. It has MSD ignition 6al with tach and shift light. 7000
RPM limiter. Engine runs cool (200 degrees F. @ 85 degrees F.) The car
drives like a new 67 with power steering. Be very careful when flooring
pedal on street cause its a real handful. It goes straight on the strip
with a best time of 11.47 @ 118 mph and has more in it! The car has been in
Mopar Muscle magazine, November 09.
You can view all of my pictures on Flickr at:
Call Lynn at 574-654-8062 or 219-448-1511. Car is located in New Carlisle,
132634 / 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
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Decked in a smooth coat of traditional red paint and sporting a custom
upholstered interior, this red hot 'tri-five' is an exceptionally restored
weekend warrior that is ready for endless nights of carefree cruising.
The beneficiary of a recent frame up restoration, this picturesque '57
Chevy utilizes the highest quality replacement parts on the market to
create a no excuses car with classic good looks. During the extensive
restoration every piece of the body was honed and fine-tuned until it was
as close to perfect as it could get. Once the panels were properly fitted,
a fantastic coat of traditional red paint was professionally applied and
the car was re-assembled into the arrow straight coupe you see here.
Centered in this hot Chevrolets satin black engine bay is a fully dressed,
great sounding 350 cubic inch V8. At the top of that 350 a polished
aluminum air cleaner sends air through a reusable filter into a chrome four
barrel Edelbrock Webber carburetor. Below that carburetor, an Edelbrock
aluminum intake manifold holds a chrome covered coil in front of a
Pertronix Flame Thrower billet distributor. On each side of the intake, new
chrome valve covers sit above loomed Taylor wires and block hugger headers
which send gas into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system. In front of the engine, fresh
V-belts spin a chrome alternator, a polished AC compressor a chrome power
steering pump and billet pulleys behind a correct radiator that's equipped
with fresh hoses, an electric fan and a smooth billet cap.
Underneath the car, a stunningly straight and smooth chassis is finished in
GM satin black, and along with the cars clean suspension parts, hints that
this '57 Bel Air has been frame off restored at some point in its life. The
floor pans are solid and don't appear to have any significant repairs, and
the chassis shows surprisingly little curb rash despite being 54 years old.
Up front, the cars Chevrolet Orange oil pan sits in front of a beefy
5-speed manual transmission that shifts better than any OEM unit produced
in 1957. Holding the drivetrain in place is a clean suspension which
includes the cars correct coil springs inside of upfitted front disc brakes
and recently replaced leaf springs and shocks inside of correct rear drum
brakes. Keeping the car connected to the pavement is a sweet set of 15 inch
American Racing Torq Thrust IIs that are outfitted with traditional knock
offs and 215/60 front and 225/60 rear BF Goodrich Comp T/A radials.
Inside, a striking red custom interior that looks rich enough to be velvet
takes this '57 Chevys visual pop from a 10 to a 15! The stylish, curved '57
Chevy dash is painted bright red to match the exterior of the car, and is
detailed in spectacular stainless trim from door to door. On the left side
of the dash, the cars red and chrome gauge pod includes a bow-tie equipped
speedometer, a fuel gauge and a temperature gauge. In the middle of the
dash you'll find a correct AM radio above controls for the cars Vintage Air
climate control system, and on the passenger's side of the dash a Bel Air
exclusive script complements a factory clock. Below the dash, custom
covered red kick panels flow into spotless red carpet which holds a fire
extinguisher, a chrome Hurst shifter and red rubber floor mats with
colorful Chevrolet crests. The cars fully restored red bench seats feel
firm to the touch and feature stainless trim in front and a center mount
Bel Air speaker in back. At the sides of the seats, custom covered door
panels are detailed with flawless stainless trim and chrome handles, and
above the seats, a custom red headliner hangs custom visors. In front of
the driver, a red tilt steering column is complete with billet stalks for
the turn signals and column, a large Autogage tachometer and a 'cut down'
original Bel Air steering wheel.
Fully sorted and ready to hit the road, this 1957 Bel Air is a highly
desirable 'tri-five' that's been tweaked with all of the right stuff to be
a serious road machine and a weekend trophy winner.
132997 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
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With Z/28 values skyrocketing, this 100% numbers matching is exactly what
you want. Just one of 6,067 V8 Camaro coupes to be sold in
Canada, it has a history as vivid as its code 79 Rallye Green paint.
Subject to a frame up restoration in 2009, the body is rock solid and shows
wells from every angle. Though roughly 5% of Camaros produced in 1969 rolled
out of the factory in Rallye Green paint, the color remains eye popping.
Twin white rally stripes painted onto the ZL2 hood, trunk and D80 high rise
spoiler break up the sea of green and add an aggressive look to the car.
Panel fitment is significantly better than factory and all chrome work is
showroom quality. Stainless steel trim appears to be original and shows it
Under the hood, the original DZ 302 SCCA spec V8 remains planted in the
subframe. Branded with the correct casting number, date code, engine code
and partial VIN, you can rest assured the block is absolutely authentic.
Beneath the single snorkel air cleaner, the original 780cfm Holley 4-Bbl
carburetor sits atop the correct Winters aluminum intake. Finned aluminum
Corvette valve covers offer some style to the engine bay while hinting at
the 302's performance potential. With correct chalk markings, new hood
insulation and a well detailed block, this is an engine bay you can show
Power application is handled by a close ratio Muncie M21 4-speed manual
transmission. Branded with the correct casting number, partial VIN and
P9S1B Muncie stamp, the gearbox checks out in every way. Power is finally
transferred to a BV code rear axle with Positraction and 4.10 gears. These
numbers matching parts are complimented by an undercarriage restored to
factory specifications, including the J52 power front disc brakes and F41
heavy duty suspension. At the corners, 15x7 rally wheels with stainless
steel beauty rings and finned center caps are wrapped in reproduction
Firestone E70x15 tires.
Inside, the standard black interior is all business. With it's Canadian
history, you may expect the speedometer to read in kilometers per hour but
that's not the case. Being Norwood-built, it has a standard mph unit. The
original owner freed up some extra cabin space by option against a center
console which, in this case, looks to have been a good choice. The black
bucket seats show well and the dashboard is free of any major
imperfections. Out back, the trunk is covered in the correct spackle finish
just like the factory sprayed. A correct trunk mat and spare tire round out
Documentation consists of historical information from GM of Canada, an
original owner's manual and two cd's full of images. All important pieces
such as casting numbers, partial VIN's, engine codes and date codes have
been photographed and laminated for quick reference.
With an eye-popping factory color, a unique Canadian history and a price
that can hardly be argued, this numbers matching Camaro may be the ideal car for
that empty spot in your collection. Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
1967 Plymouth GTX Belvedere STK # 1017
New for 1967 was the "gentlemen's" muscle car, the Plymouth Belvedere GTX.
This fine example features a #'s matching 440 V8 that produces 375 HP and
490 ft/lbs of torque. It's backed by the original four speed transmission
making this a true muscle car in every sense of the word. This gorgeous GTX
is optioned just like it would have been from the factory right down to the
ZZ-1Gold paint and black vinyl interior. Comes documented with an original
build sheet that's in good condition and adds value to the car. You have to
love the sharp body lines on the '67 GTXs, these are some of best looking
muscle cars from the entire era. For more details please e-mail us at
email@example.com or give us a call at 704-598-2130.
1968 Plymouth Belvedere 440 GTX
Jerry bought this car new...when he was 22..he lost his license for one
year the next day...that started the long drag racing history of this
car...he held records in the car before it was over..now it's back to
stock..see the car...hear the story...very cool..
132636 / 1980 Pontiac Trans Am Turbo Pace Car
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As one of only 5,700 cars built to commemorate the first time one car paced
both the Indy 500 and Daytona 500 in the same year, this 1980 Trans Am turbo Pace Car is one of the most exclusive
Trans Ams ever built.
Owned by one very meticulous owner and garage kept for its entire
existence, this pristine California Pontiac is one of the cleanest second
generation Trans Ams we've ever offered. Thanks to three decades of
exceptional maintenance and a little cosmetic T.L.C. from RK Motors
Charlotte's first rate restoration shop, the car presents as well today as
it did it when it rolled off the showroom floor over 30 years ago. A bright
and crisp coat of correct GM code 11 Cameo White covers 100% original body
panels which are straight, rock solid and free of waves and major
imperfections. Because this Trans Am has never been fully disassembled, it
still displays completely accurate panel gaps that are surprisingly tight
and provide the car with great panel fitment and correct factory alignment.
On top of the ghost white panels, a fresh set of tri-color outlining
stripes perfectly complements a five color 'turbo bird' hood decal and factory applied
Indianapolis 500 Pace Car door stickers to complete the look.
Under this Trans Ams "turbo" stamped
hood you'll find an all original Pontiac code YL turbocharged 301 V8 that made substantially more
twist than the mighty 6.6 liter it replaced while being significantly more
efficient. Originally conceived as an economy offering, the Pontiac 301 was
beefed up with a slew of upgrades in preparation for a Garrett TBO-305 turbocharger. Once the turbo was installed, it created a waste limited 9
PSI of Boost and helped the reborn
301 achieve 236 horsepower and a serious 345
lb./ft. of torque. Riding below a factory installed heat shield that
prevents the paint on the car's hood from bubbling, that Garrett blower is
fed by a high pressure fuel pump, cooled by a high pressure oil pump and
breathes through turbo specific Exhaust manifolds. Below the turbo, a YL 301 specific Rochester Quadrajet M4ME
800 CFM carburetor sits in front of an original HEI distributor which sends
power to the cylinders through blue Belden Edge plug wires. All the hard
parts around the motor, from the belt driven accessories to the brake Booster and turbo mandated C51 air conditioning are factory
original pieces, and all the belts and hoses appear to be in good working
Behind the motor, the cars original tough and proven turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic
transmission sends power to the cars original 3.08 Posi-traction rear end,
and a standard WS6 handling package. For 1980, the WS6 package included
larger sway bars, better shocks and springs, a tighter steering gear box
and newly designed power front and rear disc brakes that, when combined
with the cars standard power steering, made for serious handling ability
and greatly reduced stopping distances. Power flows to the pavement through
pliable 225/70 white letter Goodyear Polysteel Radials that are mounted to
exclusive 15 inch 'turbo' style aluminum
The cars all original fully equipped Oyster interior features optional
doeskin vinyl with hobnail cloth inserts which creates a sophisticated
appearance. The firm and comfortable seats are nicely patterned pieces that
feel every bit as comfortable as they look, and the original brown carpet
shows very little wear. Between the seats, a clean gray console houses
chrome switches for the cars power windows behind an engine turned shift
plate, and above the seats, a stain free headliner is stretched tight
around the cars mirrored tops. In front of the driver, an excellent looking
engine turned dash houses crystal clear gauges above controls for heat and
air conditioning and the cars exclusive Delco-GM seek/scan stereo cassette
player. At the sides of the seats, excellent Oyster door panels that
feature bright 'turbo bird' embroidery
are detailed in pristine stainless trim and chrome door handles and door
lock buttons. Connecting the driver to the road is a correct aluminum
steering wheel that features a gray rim and sits on an optional tilt
With its clean turbocharged motor,
fantastic interior and rare low mileage, this has to be one of the nicest
Trans Am turbo Pace Cars available
1966 Plymouth Satellite Hemi Test Drive Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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This Satellite Hemi car is 1 of 314 made with the torque flite 3 speed
automatic transmission. This is a true survivor! This car is very clean!
The engine compartment has been cleaned, not painted. The undercarriage has
been completely cleaned.
Numbers Matching 426ci Hemi Engine
Original Dana Posi-Traction 3:23 Rear End with Factory Paint Marks
Carter AFB Carbs
Under the Hood has been Cleaned Only
Hemi Only Trans Cooler
Fender Tag Intact
New Gas Tank
New Rear Springs and Shocks
Steering Gear is Solid
Front Drum Brakes
New Bushings in Sway Bar
Drive Shaft with Original Part Number
Hemi Bracket for Starter Relay
Beautiful Red Paint
Redline Tires, BF Goodrich Silver Towns by Coker -- F70x14
Great Looking Hubcaps
Beautiful Solid Straight Body
Chrome and Stainless Look Great
Doors Fit and Operate Great
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Solid Clean Trunk
Quarters are Solid
All Original Trunk Floors with Original Paint
Hemi Only Extra Plating in Front of Rear Springs
Hemi Torque Boxes
Floorboards are Original, and in Great Shape
Wheel Wells are All Original
Beautiful Original Interior
Door Panels are in Great Shape
Some Fading on Chrome Trim
Interior Lights Work
Dash Pad Looks Great
Beautiful Steering Wheel
Seatbelts Front and Back
Upholstery Looks Great
Variable Speed Wipers
AM Radio Works
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1967 GTX Survivor vs Corvette
Unrestored 1967 440 GTX drag racing for the first time in 38 years. This
1967 440 4 speed Plymouth GTX was stored in a warehouse in 1973. I
purchased it in 1998 and was the first person to drive it on the road since
'73. I put it in a shed awaiting restoration 9 years ago. On the day this
video was taken (October 30, 2011) it literally had dirt dauber nests and
cob webs still in the engine compartment.