1971 Dodge R/T Charger; 426 Hemi; numbers matching.
1972 K5 Blazer
This 1972 Blazer K5 CST features a 470 hp 5.3 LS-1 motor coupled to a sturdy 4L60e automatic transmission, which can get power to all wheels…if needed! The brake system was given an upgrade to discs on 4 corners to accommodate the extra horsepower. This rust free Oregon truck has gone through a recent nut and bolt restoration with the total project approaching $100K, and it shows! With the goal of keeping the original look of the truck while adding modern equipment, great attention detail and quality was given. The interior features the original style dash with a factory tachometer and tilt steering column while the 8-way power seats are wrapped in correct houndstooth inserts. The truck is also equipped with Vintage Air while still using the original factory controls. This truck is ready for many miles of driving fun in the sun!
1970 Buick GS Stage 1
This 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 was built on March 17th and sold to the new owner by Riley Motor Company in Sheridan, Wyoming on April 4th 1970 which was shortly after General Motors management dropped the corporate mandate of limiting the displacement in it’s intermediate models to 400 CI. As luck would have it the Buick engineers had the perfect engine already worked up in the full-size models; the freshly minted 455 CI V-8, which promised enormous potential. In 1970 the GS tune on the 455 included a moderate cam, large valves and a redesigned dual-intake cold-air induction system which was introduced and underrated at 350 HP. The Stage 1 performance package boosted compression from 10.0:1 to 10.5:1 and subbed a more aggressive cam, stiffer valve springs and ported and polished heads with larger valves for a mere $199.05 more. With that, the factory stated an increase of just 10 HP, but any person who drove this car knew the HP increase was much greater! Whatever the actual number, with the exception of Cadillac’s 500 CI V-8, the Buick GS Stage 1 delivered the most torque of any American production car in 1970. This GS Stage 1 is wearing understated Burnished Saddle paint and interior with a black vinyl roof. It is a matching-numbers Stage 1 with a “SS” stamped 455 engine mated to a Turbo 400 “BB” stamped automatic transmission sending power to the “OO” stamped case with factory ordered Posi-traction. Optioned with power steering and disc brakes, A/C, the Sonomatic Stereo and tape player, remote mirror, full-length center console on Buick factory 15x7-inch sport wheels this car is loaded up from the factory. This amazing and beautiful Stage 1 coupe is fully documented with the original window sticker, build sheet, Protect-O-Plate and the original Bill of Sale.