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132563 / 1972 Pontiac GTO

For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7apck5f One of the most aggressive looking GTO's ever built the 1972 model was once again an options package and had a pile of comfort and style while retaining much of the bite of its forebears. This very cool Lucerne Blue number retains all of its original body panels, its original 400ci engine, is exactly as the Pontiac Historical Society documents lay it out and it's a four speed - that's the way you want one. Great cars to drive these tigers are collectables on the rise! Underneath, you'll find an exceptionally clean chassis. This isn't a full frame off restoration - it didn't need one! Those are the original, clean floors, rust free frame and original rear end and handling package suspension. A quick evaluation is all that's necessary to see the original brake and fuel systems were up to their tasks and required no major replacement. That's the original undercoating you're looking at! So many of these cars died an early death it's refreshing to see one that's so clean! Deep blue paint covers the rock solid, original exterior. The front end is definitely the best part with its straight body color bumper, excellent deeply inset grilles and aggressive hood. The GTO exclusive fenders with rear air extractors add interest to the sides of the car and look awesome with the mint Rally II wheels and new Firestone G70x15 Wide Ovals. The body is straight - care taken during its cosmetic restoration is evident. The trim and chrome is in excellent shape and is mostly original to the car. Bodywork was minimal and the finish work was done to a high standard. This is an attractive car with no hidden gremlins. Comfortable black vinyl seats with new covers are the order of the day in the restored interior. The sculpted, clean dash pad covers the fully functional and clean original gauge cluster and nice original engine turned finish panels. Original door panels with original armrests are very nice, interior chrome is original and excellent and there's new carpet at your feet. The factory Formula steering wheel is in excellent shape and feels great in your hands. The center console with its Hurst shifter is also a clean original - there are no complaints from in here. The cabin's simply a great place to spend time! Open the trunk to find a brand new Wide Oval mounted to a fifth, mint Rally II wheel. There's a new mat on the floor, the proper jack, new weather-stripping on the rail and a fresh coat of spatter paint underneath. Like the interior and undercarriage, there are no problems and no surprises. Pop the hood and find the original, numbers matching engine in a detailed engine bay. That's the correct original air cleaner on top of the rebuilt mill. Some liberty was taken with the internals as the compression's up to around 10:1 and there's a Ram Air IV spec cam to get the power up to where you'd expect a 400 to be. Those are original chrome valve covers on the motor, a restored vacuum Booster and master cylinder on the firewall and a new battery and correct spring clamp cables tucked away in the corner. New belts and hoses (with correct tower clamps) are reliable replacements in this excellent driver! Solid, original body and engine cars are tough to come by. So are desirable cars with great color combinations and manual transmissions. And, so are cars which are still affordable! This car's all three and it's only going to get more valuable over time! Don't wait on this one!


 


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1972 Pontiac LeMans For Sale!
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1971 Pontiac GTO RAM AIR 455HO Action
This is a 1971 Pontiac GTO with factory optioned 455HO Ram Air, 4-Speed, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Air Conditioning, and Tilt Steering Column





1970 Pontiac GTO 455 V8 Muscle Car
I thought you might like a look at this very slick 1970 Pontiac GTO. This beast is powered by the big 455 V8, topped with an aluminum intake and four barrel carb. All that power is being sent through a turbo 400 automatic to a posi rear. The interior is in black vinyl and it's looking like new as well. As you could hear in the video, it definitely sounds healthy too. This car could roast the tires without even trying. I hope you found it interesting, thanks for taking a look! Be sure to check us out on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/RamblinAroundTV Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO www.GatewayClassicCars.com The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010





132654 / 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/d3vvyon This rare and exceptionally well-done 1960 Bel Air was painstakingly crafted into a highly detailed show car during a thorough three year, 110K restoration. Looking both modern and classy at the same time, this awesome 1960 Bel Air is proof that Chevrolet's decision to cut back on the chrome and focus on streamlining their models was an excellent idea. The proportions are spot-on, there's appropriate use of trim, but it's not excessive, and the fins that everyone hated in 1959 (and love today) have been sculpted into to a better integrated design. Its body was walnut shelled to bare metal and then completely perfected in a concours quality build that even includes GM factory bolts. In late 2009, when everything was fully sorted and the project was close to completion, its straight and smooth panels were covered in GM's subdued and classy Suntan Copper paint. Because GM didn't stamp partial VINs on their blocks until the mid to late 60s, it's exceptionally hard to prove an early 100% numbers matching Chevrolet. That said, this Bel Air does in fact have a date code correct big block 348 motor that has been restored to all of its original glory. As the top powerplant for the 1960 Bel Air, the turbo Thrust 348 utilized a cast iron block, tubular steel pushrods, steel rocker arms, a side oiling lubrication system, crowned pistons and cylinder based combustion to create a Kansas flat torque curve. This particular 348 has been upfitted with Chevrolets slick Super turbo Thrust tri-power system that sends gas through three 2 barrel carburetors and ramps power up to an impressive 280 horses. Below those carburetors, the engine and very distinctive bowtie branded valve covers wear a thick coat of traditional Chevrolet orange, and at the sides of the block, correct rust free Exhaust manifolds make quick work of spent gases. In their effort to provide this car with a concours restoration, the builders equipped it with all the right details including a correctly decaled reproduction radiator that sends water through reproduction GM hoses with correct tower clamps, a correct reproduction Delco generator and even a correct reproduction Delco battery. Behind that torque rich big block motor you'll find a proven and reliable Borg Warner T10 4-speed transmission. GM didn't stamp partial VINs on early 60s transmissions, so it's almost impossible to prove a true numbers matching car; but, as with this Bel Airs 348 powerplant, its T10 transmission is indeed a date code correct piece. During the extensive restoration, the cars body was removed from its frame and both the frame and original suspension were rebuilt and completely powder coated. Inside that frame, a brand new reproduction factory Exhaust system with correct front mounted mufflers still features original decals on its silver tail pipes and has a deep heavy sounding tone. Above the frame, super clean Suntan Copper floors are straight and rust free, and at the corners of the frame you'll find completely rebuilt drum brakes. Power flows through 14 inch steel wheels that wear vintage looking 8.50-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown tires. One of this car's most noteworthy features is its cool new tan and copper interior. Completely restored from the seats and door panels to the fresh carpets it looks great and feels fresh. At the front of the car, a killer body matched dash holds rebuilt instrumentation, radio and heater deletes, and a body matched steering wheel with a chrome horn ring. At the base of the firm bench seats new carpeted floor mats sit on either side of a chrome floor mounted 4-speed shifter with a white cue ball. Above the seats a new copper headliner holds new tan trimmed sun visors, and at the sides of the seats, new door panels are decorated with new stainless trim, new chrome handles and new arm rests. The trunk reminds us of how big full-size cars really were, and features some very well-fitted houndstooth mats below a correct decal, spare tire and jack. With a high quality restoration that is beyond reproach, and a color combination that makes it a complete knockout at shows, this 1960 Bel Air is the kind of build that you can't touch for our asking price.





American Muscle Car - S01E02 - 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
http://www.facebook.com/pages/199919191991991/117872974990642 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. Disc 1 1964 Pontiac GTO 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge 1953-62 Chevrolet Corvette 1967-69 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 1964 Ford Fairlaine Thunderbolt Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350 Disc 2 Buick Gran Sport 1969-71 Hurst Oldsmobile 442 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 and SS 454 1961-64 Chevrolet Impala 409 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda and Dodge Hemi Challenger 1968 Chevrolet Nova SS 396





1971 Pontiac GTO FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
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1972 Pontiac GTO 455 FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1972-pontiac-gto-455--c-1121.htm 1 of only 235 built! Matching #'s 455cid big block V-8 - YC code, turbo 400 automatic, 12 bolt Saf-T-Trak posi rear, brand new Orange Flame paint, black bucket seat interior, factory console with Hurst his/hers shifter, new Rally II wheels w/ BFG radial T/A's, great sounding new dual Exhaust, new glass, all new interior, Endura front bumper, ram air hood, fast ratio power steering, beautifully restored, window sticker/ PHS docs, ultra rare, Just restored! http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              301.816.1000       end_of_the_skype_highlighting





132694 / 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cr3zgxz With only 1,189 miles on its odometer, this 1994 Impala SS is a showroom new super low mile time capsule that is a close to perfect as a factory built car can get. In 1994, you could order a brand new Impala SS in any color you wanted as long as it was black; and coming from a brand that was synonymous with Dale Earnhardt race cars and custom Jon Moss creations, I can't think of anything more fitting. With absolutely no rain spots and no fading, this stealthy street bruiser's basecoat/clearcoat paint is in spectacular shape and it likely hasn't seen much of the sun or rain during its entire 17 year existence. Under that paint, 100% factory sheetmetal provides an OEM level of fit and finish that creates a mint condition muscle car which looks, feels and drives just like it rolled off the showroom floor. A car that looks this evil couldn't have just any engine, either. Chevrolet dipped into the Corvette parts bin and pulled out a 350 cubic inch LT1 engine, slapped on some durable cast iron heads, threw in a different camshaft that improved low-end torque to move the cars large mass and, voila! The Impala exclusive LT1 generates 260 horsepower and a neck-snapping 330 lb./ft. of torque just off idle. Of course, you have to make sure the car's accessories communicate with the new engine properly, so a higher output electrical system and a high capacity reverse flow cooling system were also added for the sake of drivability. These engines are virtually indestructible, and with good maintenance practices, over 100,000 miles is not uncommon. What else would you expect from a package that was routinely hammered by police forces and taxi drivers across the country? Backing up the cars torque rich LT1 is GM's reliable 4L60E electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission that is equipped with a factory transmission cooler. Behind that transmission, a set of 3.08 gears combine with a limited slip differential to provide easy high-speed cruising and surprisingly good fuel economy for such a large car. Holding that tough drivetrain in place is a larger gauge metal frame that, along with the cars sport tuned suspension was lifted directly from the Caprice's hugely successful 9C1 police package. At the front of the car a traditional double A-arm suspension benefits from quick-ratio power steering, a larger front stabilizer bar and DeCarbon gas pressure shocks. At the back of the car, a rugged 4 link suspension includes a second beefy stabilizer bar and reinforced springs that were borrowed directly from the Corvette. Standard four-wheel, 12 inch diameter ventilated disc brakes and 4-wheel ABS handle the stopping duties, and the factory dual Exhaust system allows the hot engine to breathe, but retains a quietness and civility that is perfect given the cars luxury sport mission. At the corners, striking 17 inch brushed aluminum wheels ride on fresh 255/50 BF Goodrich Comp T/A radials. For 1994, the Impala SS interior received some welcome upgrades from the already luxurious Caprice cockpit. Leather was the only choice in the Impala, and in this car it remains in excellent showroom fresh condition. Part of the Impala SS package was embroidered "SS" logos in the front headrests and a traditional Impala logo at the center of the rear bench, and both look factory new with no staining or picks. The carpet shows few signs of use and has been protected by factory carpeted floor mats since new, and above the seats, a contoured mouse fur headliner shows no signs of staining or fading. The Impala exclusive leather wrapped steering wheel is more akin to the wheel in a Camaro than a luxury car, and excellent looking padded door panels are trimmed with chrome button for the cars power windows and power door locks. Behind the steering wheel, a pristine dash houses digital GM gauges, controls for the cars climate system and an optional stereo system. If you've been looking for some clean modern muscle to show and have fun with, you'll be hard pressed to find a better car than this essentially brand new 1994 Impala SS!





132983 / 1965 Shelby Superformance Cobra
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cxheobg This 560 horsepower supercharged 427 replica is a fully sorted and expertly detailed show car that wears a licensed Shelby body and features autographs from both Carroll Shelby himself and legendary engine builder Jack Roush. When you take a car to SEMA, you're displaying in front of hundreds of the most skilled and influential car guys in the world. Every part of the car has to be flawless and EVERYTHING about the cars build has to be absolutely perfect. This '65 Cobra began with exceptionally solid fiberglass that doesn't show any signs of waves or ripples. On top of that fiberglass, an even and smooth gel coat provides an excellent canvas for the cars wet-look Pepper Gray paint and a killer set of red and silver racing stripes. Once that spectacular paint was buffed to a brilliant shine, proper finish work ensured that this laser-straight re-creation looks every bit as good as the old school aluminum 427 Cobra it replicates. But enough about the trim, let's get to the REALLY amazing part of this Cobra. The cars fresh 351 Windsor V8 has been bored and stroked to 408 cubic inches, features an 8.5 to 1 compression ratio and puts out a dragon slaying 560 horsepower and 575 lb./ft. of torque! The top end of the motor is beefed up by a Paxton Novi 1200 Supercharger with seven pounds of Boost, an Aeromotive high performance electronic fuel pump with dual filters and a Boost adjustable fuel pressure regulator, and a polished Edelbrock Performer RPM intake. Spark is provided by an MSD 6AL ignition system, an MSD points distributor and MSD Super Conductor wires, and slick ceramic coated headers make quick work of the spent gases. Cooling isn't an issue with the cars fan cooled aluminum radiator and polished water pump keeping everything in check, and the detailed build even included grade-A ancillary components like a power brake Booster and engine oil cooler. This Cobras entire custom fabricated aluminum engine bay is held together with aircraft style aluminum rivets and features complete satin nickol AN fittings and stainless steel braided hoses. Bolted into this car's correct all tubular steel frame is a modern TKO600 5-speed performance transmission that is equipped with a McCleod scatter shield and a Centerforce clutch and pressure plate. That transmission feeds a tough Dana 45 limited slip rear end that does an excellent job of transferring the cars massive power to the ground with very little drama. At the front of the chassis, modern tubular upper and lower control arms are equipped with a heavy duty sway bar and coil overs that house performance Bilstein shocks. Out back, four more modern tubular control arms are equipped with a second heavy duty sway bar and two more coil overs with performance Bilstein shocks. Stops come courtesy of a four wheel Wilwood brake system that sends fluid from a hydraulic clutch master cylinder via braided hoses to red Superlite big bore four piston calipers which clamp 13 inch slotted front Wilwood GT rotors and 12 inch slotted rear rotors. Keeping this Cobra glued to the race track is a custom a set of 18 inch American Racing Shelby Pin wheels that wear 275/35 front and massive 335/30 rear Michelin Pilot Sport radials. Jump inside the car and you'll find nice custom embroidered leather seats that feature Cobra four point racing harnesses with cam-lock releases. The cars painted dash is covered in tight black leather and houses an autographed Carroll Shelby glove box beside correct Smiths black faced gauges which include a traditional 8,000 RPM no redline tachometer. Below the seats, new carpet is protected by rugged Superformance floor mats, and at the sides of the seats, the cars fiberglass doors have been covered in matching black leather. In front of the driver, a 15 inch leather wrapped steering wheel features satin aluminum spokes and a correct Superformance horn button, and beside the driver a chrome shifter and chrome hand brake sit directly in front of a chrome fire extinguisher. Don't miss this opportunity to own a spectacular turn-key car that's just as nice as an original Cobra, and probably more fun to drive, at a fraction of the price.





1968 Pontiac GTO 400 V8 Hurst Shifted Original Muscle Car
This is an amazing three-owner, PHS documented, real 1968 GTO that is sure to make some collector proud! The engine is the original, numbers matching 400 CID, 350 HP YS code engine that has been completely rebuilt by the previous owner. It has a stock compression ratio of 10.75 to 1, Torquer series camshaft and intake from Edelbrock, roller rockers, new Quick Fuel SS-750 carburetor, Hooker headers, and newer alternator, Howe 4 core radiator, and twin electric cooling fans. The transmission is a factory correct 400 turbo that has been rebuilt and has a 2800-3000 stall converter. The rear end is also worth mentioning - it is the original, numbers matching 10 bolt rear end with a newer Auburn carrier and 3.90 Richmond gears. The body has been removed from the frame by the previous owner, and there were new body mounts and hardware installed, as well as all of the factory undercoating removed. The trunk and floor pans were then painted semi-gloss black for a clean look to the undercarriage. The paint on this car is base coat/clear coat Regimental Red and it looks very good! The interior is white vinyl bucket seats with a center console and Hurst His and Her shifter, and with the exception of new carpet and a new headliner is in very nice original condition. Other options on this car include A/C that has been upgraded to R134-A, AM/FM radio, power steering, power disc brakes, rear air bags, Hotchkis front and rear sway bar kit, Hotchkis upper and lower rear control arm kit, new 15" Rally II wheels with new trim rings and center caps, BF Goodrich raised white letter radial tires, full size spare tire, seat belts, remote mirror, and hideaway headlights. Documentation that is with the car includes the original owner's manual, build sheet, Protect-O-Plate, and the original dealer's bill of sale. Thanks for checking it out! Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars in Fairmont City, IL (Near St. Louis, MIssouri) The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010





132646 / 1966 Dodge Charger
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6utw2tu This bargain priced 1966 double black Charger is a freshly restored big block, 4-speed street warrior that will get a ton of respect and appreciation anywhere you show it and provide endless entertainment behind the wheel! The beneficiary of a frame off restoration that was completed just last year, this fully detailed 1966 Charger's refurbished panels and brand new all-business black paint are as crisp as a fall morning at the local drag strip. During the extensive restoration, correct Chrysler code B Black was laid down over an exceptionally straight body that includes new high quality quarter panels and front fenders. Once the deep basecoat/clearcoat paint was dry and buffed to a glossy mirror-like shine, the cars original and surprisingly straight stainless trim was buffed to an excellent shine and reinstalled in its rightful place. The result is one spectacular show and go piece that is so much fun to drive and show off, you'll almost feel guilty. Lift this Charger's black hood and you'll find a correct 383 cubic inch warranty block that was fully rebuilt during the cars restoration. At the top of the motor, a satin black air cleaner with a correct Mopar decal sends air into a Carter Competition Series carburetor that's fueled through stainless fuel lines. Below that carburetor, the big block engine wears a fresh coat of correct Chrysler turquoise and a new coil and distributor shoot fire to the cylinders through fresh Mopar wires. At the sides of the block, factory replacement Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a throaty dual Exhaust system, and in front of the block there's a fresh 26 inch radiator with a factory clutch fan. The correct Chrysler code B Black engine bay is exceptionally clean and has been nicely detailed with new Mopar V-belts, correct hoses and clamps, a reproduction Mopar battery, and a fresh washer fluid container. This is definitely an engine compartment you'll want to show off every time you park the car. Behind that legendary Chrysler engine you'll find an A833 4-speed manual transmission that sends power to a familiar 8.75 inch rear end. Holding that super reliable drivetrain in place is a correct front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that benefited from a slew of new parts and hardware during the restoration. At the corners of that suspension, correct four wheel drum brakes provide firm stopping, and at the front of that suspension, factory correct power steering helps make turning easier and more precise. Exhaust is handled by an aluminized true dual system that provides an aggressive tone, but isn't overbearing, there are fresh bushings all around, and new stainless fuel and brake lines run from both a new fuel tank and a new brake reservoir. At the corners, a cool set of 14 inch Hurst wheels that wear excellent 235/60 BF Goodrich T/A performance radials. The best part of first generation Chargers is their spectacular cockpits; just look at that excellent full length console in this cars correct P4X interior! Not only does it appear to be ripped straight out of a Chrysler show car, it creates a super rare four bucket sedan layout that makes you instantly think of luxury cars. At the front of the console a continuous motion clock sits at the base of the cars 4-speed shifter and at the rear of the console a folding arm rest provides added cargo room. At the sides of the console, great looking light stitched seats wear reproduction covers in the front and original covers in the back. Below the console, new black carpet shows no sign of wear or usage, and above the seats, a fresh headliner sits holds light stitched sun visors. In front of the driver, electroluminescent gauges that were WAY ahead of their time include a standard tachometer and the correct wood rimmed steering wheel perfectly complements the cars silver trim. At the sides of the seats, new silver trimmed Charger exclusive door panels feature new chrome bits, correct "Charger" emblems and switches for the cars power windows. The black ones always go the quickest and I don't expect this correct black on black '66 383 car will prove an exception to that rule; especially when you consider its incredible $40K price tag.





132600 / 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/87qwuov Originally built in Windsor Canada and sold in sunny California, and rescued from a Las Vegas scrapyard by our own Joe Angelucci in the 1980's after the original owner passed away, this rust free Dodge Dart eventually made its way east to be massaged into a serious street machine by RK Motors own Mentor, Ohio restoration shop. With all original sheet metal, including doors that open and close like the car just rolled off of the assembly line, this was the perfect Dart to transform into a low-cost cruise night machine. Once the body was clean and prepped, a thorough block sanding ensured its ultra-straight perfection and a stunning coat of 1970 only Chrysler code FJ5 Sublime Green highlighted its no-nonsense old school looks. The result is a super slick Mopar road warrior with only 32,303 original miles and killer looking classic lines that carry the same visual punch as an airport fire truck! Under the car's hood, you'll find a clean 1971 era 360 cubic inch V8 with date correct heads and correct orange paint. Completely rebuilt and properly detailed during the cars restoration, the Sublime Green engine compartment is extremely correct and the stout small block runs every bit as good as it looks. At the top of the motor, a black air cleaner sits on top of an Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor that is complete with stainless fuel lines and braided throttle cable sleeving. Below that carburetor, air and fuel is funneled into an Edelbrock intake manifold that sits between two cool looking finned Mopar Performance valve covers. Below the valve covers, ceramic coated Hooker long tube headers send Exhaust into a true dual system, and behind those valve covers an MSD distributor sends spark from an MSD Blaster coil to MSD Super Conductor plug wires. In front of the motor a correct radiator sends water through fresh hoses and a correct alternator is spun by a fresh V-belt. This car is extremely quick and dead reliable! An A-body with a stout 360 will outrun most B-body 440 cars all day long! The underside of this Dart is has been expertly restored and is in excellent shape! The powerful 360 engine sends its thrust through a rebuilt 1970 A727 Torqueflite transmission that is held off the ground by fresh shocks, fresh front and rear bearings and bushings, and heavy duty springs. At the back of the car, a new stainless fuel tank sends fuel through new fuel lines, and at the front of the car a fresh brake Booster sends fluid through new brake lines to new front pads and new rear drums. Exhaust is handled by a nice looking aluminized system that is complete with great sounding Dynomax mufflers and great looking stainless tips. The cars frame and floors are solid and display no signs of rust or serious weathering, and the inner fenders have been undercoated to protect against moisture and road grime. At the corners, 225/60 BF Goodrich T/A Radials are mounted to original small bolt pattern rallye wheels that add a clean racy look. The correct black bench interior in this Dart is absolutely spotless and presents as brand new. The original dash pad, instrument cluster and gauges are all in excellent un-restored condition, and the correct heater controls now sit above a correct code R11 Dart AM Transistor radio. The original seats which have been rebuilt with new foams and recovered with new Legendary seat covers combine with a new headliner to add a crisp finished look to the interior. Below the seats, new carpet is bordered by correct M31 door sill trim and protected by cool carpeted mats with stitched in "Dart" logos. At the sides of the seats, new door panels sit on black painted inner doors and feature mint California original door handles and window cranks that function well and look great. In front of the driver, there's a new Tuff wheel, and in the fully restored Sublime with black carpet trunk there's an awesome sounding Pioneer Premier CD changer. If you're looking for a reasonably priced, super-clean, tight, low mileage Mopar to show, build on and drive like it was meant to be enjoyed, this Dart is for you!





RARE Matching 1972 455 GTO For Sale!
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1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop
1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop. Offered for sale by St. Louis Car Museum & Sales. See more of this car and others at www.stlouiscarmuseum.com *SOLD!*




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