Here is a very solid running and driving example of a 1975 Chevrolet Nova. This nearly rust free California car features a 350 cubic inch V8 hooked up to 3 speed automatic transmission. The exterior is wearing retro-primer white paint while the original interior is in need of some attention. It is a true factory A/C car and ready for a new home!
Here is a very good running and driving survivor example of a 1974 Chevrolet C-30 Crew Cab. The odometer is showing 72,000 miles, which are believed actual and the original build sheet still under the seat! This 3+3 Camper Special truck features a 350 cubic inch V8 paired up to a 4 speed SM465 Saginaw Muncie manual transmission with 14 bolt full float axle sending power to the 16.5" wheels. The exterior is showing a beautiful survivor patina dark green paint. The sheet metal nearly rust free and there is no filler to be found. The interior is in fantastic original condition with both light green bench seats showing like new. The factory rubber floor is in near perfect condition. All 6 lap belts are present and function as they should, while the glass in tact with no cracks and window cranks are in working order. The truck has just been treated to a fresh oil change and carburetor rebuild. The truck runs fantastic and the cruise control, all gauges and dual fuel tanks work. This sweet old truck is ready to drive home with no worries!
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1979 Lincoln Mark V Givenchy Series. This solid, 1 of 2,262 according to the Marti Report, car features a 400 cubic inch V8 2V engine paired up to a C6 automatic transmission. The exterior is believed to be wearing the original Crystal Blue Metallic Moondust factory paint, code 2D, while the Crystal Blue Leather Twin Comfort Lounge seats and interior is showing in very good original condition. Working as it should, the ultra rare factory moon roof does not leak. A very lucky person is going to take this beautiful car for smooth ride home because it will be crossing the block at No Reserve! This is the last of the big Lincolns in a time when size mattered!
This completely restored, running and driving 1970 Chevrolet C-10 Shortbox Fleetside Pickup features the original 250 cubic inch 6 Cylinder, which has been completely rebuilt. The fresh engine is backed up by the original 3 speed, on floor, manual transmission. Wearing fresh green paint the truck was completely painted inside and out in pieces. The interior features new weather stripping, window felts, rubber floor and Vintage Air with 134a has been professionally added on under dash. Mechanical service to the truck includes new brakes, tires and tie rod ends. This Chev runs, drives, stops like it did as a brand new truck in 1970 fresh off showroom floor. This Pickup is ready for cruises and hot summer days!
Documented by its original build sheet; recent high quality 2014 restoration; rare correct code 78 beautiful Rosewood metallic paint with black SS stripes; new black convertible top; rust free straight body and good solid problem free bottom side; new 350 high output deluxe crate motor; 350 t.h. 3 speed automatic transmission; 10 bolt rear end with 256 gears great highway cruiser; power steering and front wheel power disc brakes; like-new great looking black interior with ss trim; code ZJ7 rally wheels with like new white letter tires; this is a gorgeous great driving collector car -- new exhaust that sounds super; no TLC or repairs are needed. Just put the power top down and enjoy!
A real code 35 GT fastback -- the original m 351 v 8 has been replaced by a 429 cu. in. big block V8 -- both the engine and c6 automatic were rebuilt during restoration somewhere around 2005. This GT has a rust-free body and solid bottom side. It originally came from Carthage, TN; in 2011 it came to Iowa and has never been driven in the winter; the dark blue paint looks very nice and has the contrasting GT stripe; nice black interior; the speedometer has been replaced by a GPS speedometer and tach. In 1970, Torinos had a new look body with a longer hood and fastback roof-line. Additional auction information online at sgauction.net
This 1970 Ford XL Convertible is showing 61,660 miles on the odometer, which believed to be original. This car features a well maintained 351-2V engine paired up with a three speed automatic transmission. The body is in excellent condition, following a beautiful exterior restoration eight years ago and the restoration photos go with the sale. The Interior is showing in good original condition. This care has been a family treasure for the last 25 years, now it is time for a new prideful owner to carry on the journey!
Here is a solid, unmolested, mostly all original 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu. This running and driving 3 owner car was built in Kansas City, Mo, sold new at Kooiker Chevrolet in Rock Rapids IA and comes with the original build sheet and original rally rims with tires. The car features a 245 hp, factory rated, 350 v8 coupled to a 350 turbo automatic transmission. The car is wearing original Classic Copper paint, code 67, and black vinyl top on the exterior. The interior is mostly original with the exception of the retro fit radio. The odometer is showing just under 55K miles and is believed to be correct. In the summer, the car is driven once a week by the current owner, weather permitting. This Chevelle is a prime candidate for a resto-mod project or can be kept as an original survivor, either way this car is ready to go!
1974 Lincoln Continental:
This 1974 Lincoln Continental features a solid 460 cubic inch motor delivering power to the rear wheel through the reliable 3 speed, C6 automatic transmission. This is a two-owner car with records dating back to 1976 when the current owner purchased it from the first owner. With production numbers just over 29,000 for the 1974 model year, this car is a true testament to Lincoln’s philosophy at the time; Bigger is better! The car is showing around 80K miles on the odometer and runs and drives great.
1975 Bricklin SV-1:
Here it is! This fine running example is 1 of 2,100 Bricklin SV-1 cars built in 1975, which has the distinguished title of being the only production model in history to feature power gull wing doors. Showing just 27,000 miles on the odometer this car is powered by the legendary Ford 351 Windsor, which moves power to the rear wheels through a 3 speed automatic transmission. It features the Safety Orange acrylic and a Phoenix Brown interior. The answer to the big question: YES, both doors operate, up and down, as they should! The car has A/C and features the original Bricklin Digi-Plex stereo/clock combo.