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Fully sorted and paint shop fresh, this 1965 GTO is the PERFECT car for any serious GTO fan who wants to prowl the streets in one of the most bad ass American cars to ever hit the road.
The beneficiary of a complete frame up restoration, this handsome GTO is a perfect blend of expert craftsmanship and fine attention to detail. The cars straight and solid body is covered in a deep, highly polished coat of GM code A Starlight Black paint that is so fresh you'll swear you smell wet paint as soon as you're within five feet of its glistening panels. Under that paint, straight and tight panel gaps, which are consistent throughout the car, indicate that this GTO was a solid piece even before the restoration began; and, as we all know, with a color like Starlight Black you simply can't hide misalignments of imperfections. The result is a clean, show-worthy GTO which looks great hammering down the highway, but is subtle enough to stay under the radar.
Under the hood you'll find a YS 389 V8 that was completely rebuilt during this GTOs extensive restoration and then upfitted with Pontiac's legendary Tri-Power setup. Correct chrome valve covers sit at the sides of three Rochester 2 barrel carburetors which each sport their own small, round air cleaner as original. Below those carburetors, a brand new coat of correct Pontiac Turquoise adorns the car's engine block from intake to oil pan, and a correct optional seven blade GTO fan sits behind a correct radiator that's equipped with correct GM hoses and tower clamps. At the sides of the block, correct reproduction Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a true dual Exhaust system, and throughout the engine bay, detailing is nicely done including a properly finished master cylinder, a correct bright yellow throttle return spring, correct decals and a correct reproduction Delco Energizer battery.
Logging very few miles since their complete restoration, this GTOs satin black floor and rust free frame are absolutely spotless and present as if they were brand new. During the restoration, the car's front suspension was completely rebuilt along with the its four wheel drum brakes and power steering was added to make the turns a little more manageable. Power from the growling 389 is sent to a Muncie 4-speed transmission which spins a familiar GM 10 bolt rear end that's complete with new coil springs, new shocks and a reproduction maintenance tag. In front of that transmission, the cars turquoise oil pan is completely dry indicating no leaks, and at the sides of that transmission, a nice mandrel bent true dual Exhaust system incorporates two turbo mufflers, authentic wrinkle bent tail pipes and stainless steel turn downs. At the corners, correct silver painted rally wheels wear perfect stainless trim rings and center caps inside of four E70-14 Firestone Super Sport Wide Oval redlines.
Inside the car a newly assembled black vinyl interior features firm Pontiac stitched seats and a completely restored walnut veneer trimmed dash. Positioned directly in front of the driver, correct optional rally gauges that are intended to be reminiscent of European sports cars look great and function just as well as they did in 1965. Below those gauges, a correct factory optioned AM push button radio sits in excellent looking new chrome trim which contrasts well with the gloss black lower dash. Between the seats, a new full length console holds a chrome Hurst shifter inside of excellent looking 'mile-long' finned trim, and below the console, new black carpet is protected by color matched floor mats with vibrant GTO emblems. At the sides of the seats, new door panels feature new stainless trim and chrome handles under correct red GTO emblems, and above the seats a new black headliner still retains its factory gloss. In front of the driver, a correct stainless trimmed Pontiac steering wheel features a trademark turquoise centerpiece inside of a pristine chrome horn ring.
Packing a Tri-Power 389 under the hood and a slick shifting 4-speed Muncie transmission, this iconic black on black '65 GTO is an ideal blend of performance and style!
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1965 Pontiac GTO
The Pontiac GTO is an American automobile built by Pontiac Division of
General Motors from 1964 to 1974. It was a muscle car classic of the 1960s
In early 1963, General Motors' management issued a ban on involvement in
auto racing. At the time, Pontiac's advertising and marketing approach was
heavily based on performance, and racing was an important component of that
strategy. With GM's ban on factory-sponsored racing, Pontiac's young and
visionary management turned its attention to emphasizing street
performance. The GTO was basically a violation of GM policy, but since the
GTO was an option package and not standard equipment, it fell into a
loophole in the policy.
The GTO was restyled for the 1965 model year. It had Pontiac's
characteristic vertically stacked quad headlights. The restyled GTO had a
new simulated hood scoop. Another cosmetic change was the black "egg-crate"
The previous owner of this black beauty owned the car since the early
1980's. She bought it out of Ohio. It has had a complete frame off
400ci Motor with Tri-Power
Muncie 4 Speed Transmission
Engine and Trans Rebuilt in 2003, About 2k Miles on the Rebuild
10 Bolt Posi-Traction Rear End 3:89 Gears
Manual Brakes, Drum Brakes all Around
New Exhaust System with Aluminized
Hoses and Belts in Good Shape
Period Correct Distributor and Nice Wires
Radiator in Great Shape
Newer Gas Tank
Parking Brake is Hooked Up
Aluminum Bell Housing
New Springs and Shocks
New Bushings and Ball Joints
Nicely Painted Motor
Beautiful Black Paint Job, Painted in 1997
Very Nice New Chrome
New Rubber Installed
Undercarriage is Nicely Painted, No Patches
Frame is also Nicely Painted
Firestone Firehawk Tires 225/70/14 Front and Rear
Fit and Finish is Excellent
Finished Trunk with Mat, Spare and Jack
All New Interior, Door Panels, Seat Covers, Headliner, Carpet, Etc.
Dash is in Great Shape
New Wood Inlay
Knobs Look Great
Pontiac Floor Mats
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PHS documented, legendary matching #'s 389cid V-8 Tri-power 3X2bbl carbs,
Muncie 4-speed trans, HD 3.55 rear diff, fresh mirror finish Starlight
black paint, beautiful black bucket seat interior, factory console + rare
vacuum gauge, rally dash w/ factory tach & gauges, power brakes, wood &
stainless steering wheel, rare rear defroster, Rally I wheels w/ redline
tires, great sounding dual Exhaust,
show detailed engine compartment & trunk w/ jack & spare, great driving &
looking, very collectible!
1965 Pontiac GTO STK # 98.mpg
Attention ladies and gentleman, we have one of the ultimate "Gentleman's
Muscle Cars" here now just waiting for you to come grab her up. A numbers
matching 1965 Pontiac GTO 2 door Hard-top (code 37) with the must-have
factory 4spd. This stunning example of pure American muscle is P.H.S.
documented and is a prime example of why GTO is an American icon of
automotive history. This professionally restored "Goat" boasts a numbers
matching 389 V-8 which originally produced 335hp and 431ft-lbs of torque
with the 4bbl carb set-up but now has the awesome tri-power set up
producing 360hp and 424ft-lbs of torque. For those of you who love slamming
through gears, the stock W code M-20 wide ratio 4-spd transmission with the
Saf-T-Trac rear end housing 3.23 gears, this GTO is ready to go and punish
anyone willing to challenge it. Tube headers exit out full dual stainless
Exhaust with Flowmasters and sound
absolutely amazing. The absolutely magnificent Montero Red (code R)
exterior with matching original steel wheels wrapped in bias-ply Red-line
tires gives this GTO that fresh from the factory look. This is an orignal
Montero Red car as shown on the PHS documents. The original black vinyl
interior was changed over to red (216-35) including seats, dash, headliner,
door panels and carpet. The original AM push-button radio is still mounted
in the dash even with an upgraded JVC AM/FM/CD player mounted underneath
the dash. New Pioneer 6x9 speakers are also mounted in the rear package
tray. Rally gauge cluster with Tach, custom sports steering wheel, Soft-Ray
glass all around, power steering and bucket seats are among some of the
options that this stunning "Goat" boasts. The GTO standard options include
Sports Type springs and shocks, special 7-blade fan and fan clutch, chrome
air cleaner cover along with chrome valve covers and GTO emblems. Come on
out and see this magnificent GTO and you will not be disappointed in any
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information,
please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
1965 Pontiac GTO Royal Bobcat
Lance Lambert talks to Jim Wangers, Godfather of the GTO, about the Royal
Bobcat package. They discuss the history and what all was included.
132684 / 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado
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You're looking at what is without question the nicest 1968 Oldsmobile
Toronado on Earth. With just 10,042 original miles, this triple black
luxury cruiser is at the leading edge of an emerging trend. As stunning as
this car is, imagine the reaction when it hit the streets in the late
1960s! Finished in black with a black vinyl top, it's a rare color
combination from an era when bright metallic were all the rage. As a
low-mile original, you know the car has never been apart, rusty, or
damaged, so all the body gaps are just as the factory did it, and it fits
together extremely well. The guys at Oldsmobile knew they were building
something special, and it would become a halo model for the entire General
Motors corporation, a symbol of their engineering prowess.
The big news for 1968 was indeed big—455 cubic inches big! Generating a
very impressive 375 horsepower and a towering
510 pounds of torque, the wonderful V8 easily moves the Toronado in a way
that says muscle car more than luxury coupe. It is also beautifully and
expertly detailed, with proper Oldsmobile Turquoise paint on the block, a
correct air cleaner and decal, and a lot of bright hardware that looks
fresh off the factory assembly line. Thanks to its outstanding originality,
this car is a veritable road map for restorers and will be a contender at
the highest levels, and not just in survivor classes, but in any class.
At first glance, one would think that a big coupe with an American V8 up
front driving the front wheels would be a recipe for understeer, but the
truth is that the Toro is quite well balanced and even agile for a car of
its size. GM engineers did a spectacular job of packaging, which puts the
torque converter behind the engine in the usual place, but the special
TH425 3-speed automatic lives next to the engine, not behind it. The whole
assembly is driven by a chain that GM called "indestructible" and after
years of real-world testing in the field, that has proven to be largely
true. This one also features power drum brakes at all four corners, with
the finned drums themselves used as design elements poking through the
wheels. Those handsome wheels are unique to the front-wheel-drive full-size
GM vehicles, and carry period-perfect narrow white stripe radials.
The black interior is brilliant, with avant-garde design and beautifully
executed detailing that shows you that GM was pulling no punches in the
1960s. The unique drivetrain allows a completely flat passenger compartment
floor, which means six can ride in true comfort. The wide bench seats offer
an inviting combination of fabric and vinyl seating surfaces, with the
front seat giving the illusion of buckets thanks to a wide center armrest.
The gauges flank an extremely cool rotating speedometer, just behind a
steering wheel clearly influenced by Olds' rocket insignia. There's also an
AM/FM radio, a power antenna, and just enough chrome to offset all the
black upholstery. The giant trunk carries a full sized spare and jack
assembly tucked way up in the front, leaving plenty of room for a week's
worth of luggage.
Make no mistake, the first generation Toronados are appreciating quickly.
Of course, the trick is always to find a low-mileage, solid example, and
there just can't be any nicer than this. Add in the highly desirable triple
black color combination and its simply stunning presentation, and you have
a Toro that will win fans wherever it goes. Compare this car to any of its
muscle car cousins and you'll see that it represents a screaming bargain at
the same time. Big horsepower in a trim, 2-door
coupe package has always been a winning recipe, and Oldsmobile fans have
known it for years. Now it's your turn. Call today!
Dodge Charger 1968 blown hemi
this is Nick suckow's car in September 2008 before it was stolen. If you
have any information about this dodge charger please let me know.
http://www.weau.com/home/headlines/33732019.html# Back in 1984,
high-schooler Nick Suckow bought himself a '68 Dodge Charger. He was gonna
fix it up and roar down the road. Nick was born a gearhead. A hot rod. From
the first time he drove, he drove hard. The redline was always at hand.
When he joined the Army out of high school and shipped to Germany he got
hooked on the autobahn, where you could ease over to the left lane, stomp
the foot-feed flat, and shoot, they just let you go. "Fast," Nick likes to
say, "isn't the same as reckless." All that racing around, and then life
served up a grim little joke: The day Nick Suckow wrecked - the day his
life changed forever, the last day he ever stood on his own two feet - he
was going 35 miles per hour with his seatbelt on. He'd been married two
weeks. He and his wife were on their way home from their Wisconsin
honeymoon, making the run back to Texas in Nick's Gran Prix. They were
towing a rusted-out Ford Bronco - Nick always had his eye out for a cheap
beater, and he had found one up north. On a rough stretch of road Nick
crawled in the Bronco to keep it straight. The front tire hooked a pothole.
The tie rod snapped. The seat belt broke. He landed in the ditch. The
Bronco landed on his neck. Nick says he remembers the sun in his eyes. Then
the darkness closing in. A lot of years, then. Hospitals. Home. Hospitals.
The marriage ended. Back to Wisconsin. Rehab, and more hospitals. The speed
demon, not going anywhere fast. But eventually he had them drag that
Charger out. Arranged to get it in the shop. Whenever he had a little
money, he'd get some work done. "They whittled away at it," he says. "I
told my mom, if I die, dump my ashes in the fuel tank, and I'll go down the
drag strip one last time." Seventeen years. Seventeen years of learning how
to live from the neck up. Seventeen years of whittling. Hed show you the
latest pictures - a quarter panel here, a shot of primer there, a couple
tires. He'd get down to the shop, supervise in person when he could. He
couldn't run the wrenches, but he could run the show. He'd sneak out for a
little speed fix sometimes - once a paraplegic friend strapped Nick's chair
to a motorcycle sidecar and they blew down the road, one good pair of arms
between'em. Nick says it was good to feel the wind on his face. On a sunny
day in October of 2006, Nick Suckow's pals helped him slide from one set of
wheels into another. They strapped him in the passenger side, and you could
see the anticipation on his face, even behind the mirrored shades. The car
cruised out of the lot, and then picked up speed, the blower making a Mad
Max whine as the wheels warmed to the road. After a nice easy ride, the
Charger pulled to a stop on an isolated little stretch of blacktop. There
was a quiet moment, before the driver wound that 426 fuel-injected blown
Hemi up tight. Then Nick Suckow gave the nod and went fishtailing down the
blacktop on a journey that had never really ended.
1965 GTO - Hemmings TV Episode #4
Gene Teston reflects on his high school days and when he fell in love with
muscle cars and his current ownership of the "pride of his life", his 1965
Pontiac GTO. What a great car!
How to Build a Chevelle in a Day - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 2
On this episode of HOT ROD Unlimited, Doug Glad and the Car Craft crew try
to transform a beater 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle into a respectable street
machine in one day!
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132667 / 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR
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As one of only 1,614 automatic 'Cuda AARs ever produced, this freshly
restored small block Mopar is the ideal car for any enthusiast who wants to
win trophies at the show AND look good hauling them home.
Chrysler code FC7 In Violet Metallic is by far the most appealing hue to
come out of Chryslers hip 1970s 'brighter is better' muscle car mindset;
and when executed correctly it is one of the most timeless and dynamic
colors to ever adorn classic Detroit metal. Expertly applied over a fully
restored 'Cuda body which includes brand new floorpans and high quality
reproduction quarters, this cars straight and flat In Violet paint
absolutely glows under its trademark black organisol horizontal panels. The
result is a durable, modern finish which creates a high energy visual
masterpiece that oozes the bare knuckle confidence and old school appeal
which made this Mopar the stuff of legends.
Pull the pins on the flat black fiberglass hood and you'll find a date
correct 340 cubic inch Mopar Trans Am block. Although SCCA Trans Am race
cars were limited to 302 cubic inches, Plymouth decided that the 340 was a
better fit for its street car, and the extra cubic inches generally made
the AARs faster than their Mustang and Camaro competition. Specifically
designed for high performance applications, the beefed up 340 utilizes
three 2 barrel carburetors, a dual plane aluminum intake, a dual points
ignition system, unique high flow cylinder heads, a bigger cylinder bore
with domed pistons, a more aggressive camshaft and a forged steel
crankshaft to create a hefty 10.5 to 1 compression ratio. Due to SCCA
regulations and increasing insurance costs, the motor's output was
understated to 290 horsepower on paper, but in
reality it creates somewhere north of 315 fire breathing horses and easily
disposes of most stop light challengers even today. Whatever the number,
the engine bay of this particular AAR is in brilliant show-ready condition,
with immaculate detailing and exact finishes throughout. The cars awesome
purple paint provides an electrifying contrast against the 340s fresh coat
of Hemi Orange and the massive correctly decaled Six Pack air cleaner looks
great peeking through the cars functional black hood.
The high-winding small block churns power through a tough A727 TorqueFlite
3-speed automatic that was professionally rebuilt and equipped with a new
torque converter just last year. Included with the Trans-Am package is
power steering and a few minor suspension modifications to help the car
hook up quicker and perform better. An 8.75 inch Sure Grip rear axle with
3.55 gears is held up by specially tuned shocks and re-cambered rear
springs which also lift the rear of the car roughly two inches to
accommodate the unique side-exit Exhaust system. Braking is handled by a factory
equipped power front discs and heavy duty 11 inch rear drums, and the car
proudly stands on a new set of 15 inch Rallye wheels featuring what is
generally regarded as the first application of staggered tire sizes with
new 225/60 front and 255/60 rear BF Goodrich T/A radials.
Inside, the cars well-executed, fully restored black vinyl interior is
simple, functional and showroom fresh. The driver and passenger high-back
bucket and rear bench seats are showroom fresh and show no signs of any
wear at all. Below the seats, new black carpet is protected by heavy duty
rubber 'Cuda mats, and above the seats a taut and wrinkle-free headliner
stretches from door to door and window to window. On the doors, new molded
panels proudly hold the 'Cuda name amid subtle stainless trim, and both the
pistol-grip shifter and optional wood grain steering wheel perfectly match
the cars full console and slick Rallye gauge pod. In front of the driver,
rebuilt gauges have all been fully re-faced to better than new status, and
an original Chrysler AM radio still lives in the center of the dash.
With their unique execution and super rare status, Chrysler E-bodies are
extremely hot sellers. The 'Cuda AAR might be the most collectable small
block Mopar of all time. Great performance, unmatched exclusivity and
classic good looks are exactly the combination that creates lasting value.
Awesome 1965 Pontiac GTO. Nice!
A cool looking first generation Pontiac GTO, either a 1964 or 1965, I'm not
sure Maybe a viewer might tell us the year. This is how it's supposed to
look. Nicely done.
132505 / 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport
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With a real deal LS6 454, a close ratio 'rock crusher' transmission and GMs
highly desirable black on red color combination, this incredible Chevelle
provides you with the exclusive opportunity to own a car that looks, drives
and draws a crowd just as well as any numbers matching LS6 Super Sport for
about HALF the price.
Looking mean and sounding positively evil, this killer black and red
Chevelle rolled off GM's Atlanta, Georgia assembly line during the first
week of February, 1970 and began life as a simple V8 Malibu sport coupe.
For years it soldiered on with a not-so-appealing shade of gold exterior
paint and a tepid saddle interior until we decided to spice things up a
bit. This Chevelle then received a top notch build as an LS6 tribute to
better than new condition, and it looks like a million bucks from every
angle! A slick coat of GM code 19 Tuxedo Black paint was applied along with
GM code 75 Cranberry Red SS stripes and buffed to a mirror-like shine. Upon
completion, the reborn Chevelle SS was shipped directly to our RK Motors
showroom where the stares haven't stopped and the jaws continue to drop.
In addition to this cars freshly rebuilt real deal LS6 replacement block
and heads, the engine bay has been detailed to a very high level and would
fool all but the most enlightened Chevelle fans at any show. Slide the hood
pins out and you'll find a correctly functioning cowl induction system
attached to a completely finished hood. Below the correctly decaled satin
black air cleaner, a Holley four barrel carburetor sits on a correct Winter
aluminum intake. At the back of the intake, a correct points distributor
sends spark through new AC Delco wires across a new set of factory correct
chrome valve covers and correct reproduction Exhaust manifolds. Inside the freshly painted
Chevrolet Orange engine block, KB hypereutectic pistons, a Comp Nostalgia
Plus cam and Clevite bearings ensure that the spark leads to big
compression. New GM hoses with appropriate tower clamps connect the engine
to the radiator, and new V-belts complement a slew of correct accessories
which include a Delco branded brake Booster, a correct radiator with the
appropriate warning decal on its upper support, a correct coolant overflow
tank and a reproduction Delco battery.
Underneath the car, you'll find a factory fresh chassis and floorpans that
have been restored to the absolute highest standards. A top notch M22
Muncie 'rock crusher' 4-speed transmission sends power to an era correct 12
bolt Posi-Traction rear end with pavement pounding 4.10 gears. Bolted to
that chassis is a factory correct suspension that was fully rebuilt during
the restoration and houses correct front power disc and rear drum brakes.
Inside that suspension, a like-new driveshaft spins a correctly tagged
differential, and Exhaust is handled
by a mandrel bent aluminized system which runs from the cars correct gray
manifolds to great sounding Flowmaster dual chamber mufflers. Connecting
this awesome Chevelle to the pavement is four new 235/60 Cooper Cobra
radials that are mounted around 14 inch Super Sport rally wheels, pristine
stainless trim rings and authentic SS center caps.
Check out the new interior! The worn out saddle cockpit panels were
completely replaced with a new red vinyl and the solid floors were covered
with new black carpets and "Chevelle" stitched floor mats. The new red
seats provide an excellent contrast against the black exterior paint and,
along with new red door panels feature show worthy stainless trim and
factory fresh chrome handles. Overhead, factory correct seat belts are
tucked into their clips below a tight-fitting red headliner, and beside the
seats, a pristine red console houses a traditional chrome Hurst shifter
inside of excellent finned trim. In front of the driver, a straight, red
dash houses a new black instrument panel with crystal clear gauges above a
factory correct AM radio and chrome trimmed vents for the cars
heater/defroster. In front of that dash, a tilt steering column holds an
excellent looking reproduction GM rally wheel above great looking chrome
trimmed foot pedals.
If you're in the market for a spectacular Chevelle SS to throw your weight
around with on the street and at the shows, this is your car!
132611 / 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
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Combining a healthy dose of pro-touring attitude with one of the best
Chevrolet designs ever produced, this irresistible red and silver 1955 Bel
Air custom is a 502 powered monster that puts a new spin on an old
Starting life as a simple '55 Chevrolet sports coupe, a recent frame-off
restoration ensured that its long and tall body panels were returned to
their rock solid factory appearance. Once the body was free of ripples and
imperfections, killer glowing red and faded silver basecoat/clearcoat was
applied to exactly duplicate the cars more timid original two-tone paint.
It's very apparent that someone spent a lot of time getting this rounded
masterpiece smooth as panel alignment is great from front to back and the
entire build exhibits excellent details and first-rate finishing work.
Today, this Bel Air car presents exceptionally well and has the visual
punch of a fire engine while maintaining a clean and modern look.
Pop the cars domed hood and you'll find an impressive 502 cubic inch
Chevrolet motor that has been completely outfitted for both show and go. At
the top of the motor, a large satin finished air cleaner forces air into a
giant four barrel Holley carburetor that is complete with braided hoses and
an inline fuel pressure gauge. Below that carburetor, a high rise Holley
Team G intake holds an MSD Blaster 2 coil which sends spark through an MSD
billet distributor and a firewall mounted MSD ignition system to black
Taylor performance plug wires. In front of the motor fresh V-belts spin a
chrome alternator above an upfitted power steering pump, and at the sides
of the motor, Exhaust exits through
great looking ceramic coated long tube headers. Cooling is supplied by a
heavy duty aluminum radiator that is equipped with two quick spinning
electric fans, a billet overflow tank and a custom body matched fan shroud.
At the bottom of this '55 Chevy the custom theme continues with a smooth
shifting Richmond Super Street 5-speed transmission that sends power to a
Ford 9 inch rear end which is equipped with both traction bars and 4.11
Richmond gears. Braking is supplied by an SSBC four wheel disc system that
is complete with slotted front rotors, and a nice true dual Exhaust system sends spent gases through
Flowmaster mufflers and stainless tips. The cars satin black frame and
floorpan complement a rebuilt "Glide Ride" ball-joint suspension which
benefits from stronger components and upfitted power steering. All this
head turning style rides on 18 inch 5 spoke Boyd Coddington wheels that are
wrapped in 225/40 front and 285/40 rear Dunlop radials.
Climb inside this Bel Air and you'll find a completely custom interior that
features dramatic colors and enough great looking aluminum trim to balance
Alcoa's books for a day. Featured in bright red and black leather, the cars
modern seats are all-day comfortable and the leather fits without any
wrinkles or annoying creases. Overhead there's a new headliner, and below
the seats like-new black carpet lies below chrome trimmed pedals, carpeted
floor mats with red "Bel Air" scripts and a chrome Long shifter. On the
doors, custom black and red door panels look great behind billet handles
and feature trick billet arm rests that are branded with cool "55"
inscriptions. In front of the driver, the cars bright red dash has been
completely trimmed in stylized polished aluminum from door to door and
features a passenger's side "55" inscription, a center mounted direct fit
Chevrolet tape deck and a combination of Classic Instruments and Autometer
gauges. Connecting the driver to the road is a polished steering wheel that
sits on a polished steering column and mimics the look of the cars original
wheel down to its horn ring. Behind the cockpit, Pioneer speakers, which
match the speakers found in the cars custom kick panels, hang over a custom
upholstered trunk that features the same red and black theme as the car's
If you've been looking for an exceptionally nice, custom Bel Air that has
twice the street credibility of an original car for a fraction of the
price, this '55 Bel Airs combination of performance and style can't be
beat! Call today!
1965 Pontiac GTO FOR SALE
PHS documented, rare, factory air-conditioning, matching #s YS coded 389cid
V-8 @ 335hp, turbo 400 auto, Saf-T-Track
rear, new mirror finish Reef turquoise metallic paint, matching bucket seat
interior w/ factory console, power steering and brakes, original AM radio,
Rally Is w/ redline radials, new chrome and stainless, great sounding
correct bumper exit Exhaust, correct
T3 headlights, nicely detailed & great driving original GTO muscle car.