Here is a very clean, running and driving 1970 Plymouth Satellite. The odometer on the car is showing 42K miles, which are believed actual. This car features the legendarily reliable 318 cubic inch V8 hooked up to and automatic transmission. The car has been repainted once and is now wearing metallic green while the matching green interior is showing original in good condition. This car is rolling on new 15 inch rally rims and is ready for a new home!
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1972 Chevelle SS. This car features a 454 cubic inch V8 moving the factory rated 365 horse power to the rear wheels through a 3 speed automatic transmission. This car was treated to a comprehensive restoration and is now wearing Red paint with a black vinyl top and black stripes and the black vinyl interior is showing like new and features bucket seats, day/night mirrors, air conditioning, power steering and brakes and tinted glass. The car also features front disc brakes.
A Real 242 code, this 1970 Pontiac GTO just came through frame up restoration machine! This 2 owner car is being sold with PHS documents and now features a H.O. Pontiac 428 engine paired up with the original automatic transmission. This original sheet metal car started its life wearing a yellow coat, which has been changed to Arctic White with a new vinyl top, while the new black vinyl interior is showing like original new. Other upgrades include custom rims and new custom red line tires, new exhaust, 4 wheel disc brakes and is lowered 2 inches. This car runs and drives excellent and is ready to roll, in style, to a new home.
Fresh off the rotisserie, this 1970 Dodge Coronet runs and drives as good as it looks! The car now features a MAS built 440 cubic inch V8 pushing 590 horse and 650 pounds of torque to the crank. The potent 440 is paired up to an automatic transmission rebuilt by Stevens Transmissions. The exterior is wearing green with a black tail stripe while the black vinyl interior is showing in like new condition and features 134a A/C. Hard to miss for all the right reasons, this car is ready for a new home!
Another offering from the land of the rising sun, this 1977 Datsun 280Z is in excellent running and driving condition. The car features the original in line 6 cylinder engine paired up to a 1981 manual 5 speed transmission getting power to the 3:90 rear end. The engine is exhaling though new headers which are hooked up to a new exhaust system. The exterior is wearing silver while the interior is showing black. Recent service includes a new alternator, battery and tires making this car is ready for a new home!
A fun throwback to the days when it would actually snow in the winter, here is a 1973 Arctic Cat Panther 440 being sold with a Cat Cutter sled. The engine does not run but does turn over with very good compression in both cylinders.
Here is an excellent running and driving, survivor, 1979 Ford F-150 Ranger Trailer Special. This 2 owner truck features an optional 5.8 351 V8 moving power to the 3:50 posi-trac differential through a heavy duty C-6 automatic transmission. The odometer is showing 65,000 miles, which are believed original. The original paint is showing some nicks and chips but very minimal, overall the paint and trim are very good condition. The original interior is showing like new and features working A/C, intermittent wipers and cruise control. Other features of the truck include new roll-up bed cover, mat, stainless bed rails and dual fuel tanks.
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1976 Ford F250 Ranger XLT Camper Special. This 2WD truck features a 390 cubic inch V8 hooked up to an automatic transmission. The truck is wearing a white and blue 2 tone coat while the interior is showing like new and features A/C and dual temperature control. The odometer is showing 71K miles, which are believed actual. Keep checking back…more photos and information to come!
Here is a very good running and driving example of a 1975 Ford F250 4x4. Having spent most of its life in the dry state of Montana this F250 features a 360 cubic inch V8 coupled to a manual 4 speed transmission and NP205 divorced transfer case. The clutch operates smoothly and transmission shifts as it should. The odometer shows 6,578, which is believed to be 106,578. The mostly rust free exterior is wearing a factory shade of light blue while the interior is showing matching blue in very good condition and features the factory radio and working gauges. Vintage 8-lug 4x4's in this shape are VERY hard to find!
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OK Bowtie enthusiasts, here it is…an excellent running and driving example of a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS L78. Documented with original build sheet, this L78 is one of the rarest Chevelles ever made, less production than the LS6. This particular Chevelle features the best of both worlds, with the L78 rarity and the LS6 power! Under the hood is now a built 454 cubic inch motor moving around 620 hp to the 4:11 gears of the Posi-trac rear end through a 4 speed manual transmission. The exterior is wearing the original paint color of Forest Green while the matching interior is showing original with bench seats in excellent condition. Good luck!
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This car features a High Output 351 Cleveland paired up with an automatic transmission. The odometer shows less than 65K miles, which are believed actual. The exterior is wearing the rare Grabber Lime paint with black accents while the interior is showing dark green vinyl in excellent condition. This car gets a ton of looks everywhere it goes!
Here it is Mopar fans…SG Auction is proud to be offering this numbers matching 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible. This excellent running and driving car features a 318 cubic inch V8 moving power to the rear wheels through a manual transmission with a center console shifter. Well documented, this car has the original fender tag and the body on the car proves it to be originally a Texas car. The orange interior is original and showing in excellent condition. The original broadcast sheet goes with the sale. Here is your chance to hook a very rare car!
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Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The fully restored car features a 350 cubic inch engine hooked up to an automatic transmission. The exterior is wearing white with removable T-Tops while the interior is showing navy blue featuring new door panels and carpet. The odometer is showing 80,000 miles, which are believed actual.
A true 242 code, this GTO shows the best of both worlds! True 70s muscle car style mixed with a modern, reliable power train. This is is an excellent running and driving example of a 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Tribute. This car features a built LS1 getting 420hp to the crank, then ending at 310 rear wheel horse power delivered by the new 3.42 posi-trac differential through a built 4160e automatic transmission. Helping this GTO come to a stop are front disc brakes while riding on 17" US Wheels.
1971 Olds Cutlass 442 convertible tribute . This is a very nice clean cutlass, it runs and drives good and is a factory A/C car with a great black interior that has buckets and factory floor shift with console. It has new paint and has a vert solid and straight body with a new convertible top. It has a 350 4bbl with an automatic transmission. It also has new rechromed bumpers and new dual exhaust.
SG Auction is proud to present this beautiful running and driving 1979 Chevrolet Silverado C/K Bonanza…350 V8 Manual 4 wheel drive. Frame up restoration. Great running truck. All ready to take to the show. Needs nothing
SG Auction is proud to present this beautiful running and driving 1971 Chevrolet Cheyenne…Outstanding! 283 V8 Auto. Power Drum Brakes. Great paint and restoration.
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am. The car features a 400 cubic inch 4 barrel engine hooked up to a manual 4 speed transmission. The odometer is showing 62000 miles, which are believed actual.