Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1980 Mazda RX-7. This car features the iconic Mazda rotary engine. The exterior is wearing red and the interior showing original. Here is a very clean running and driving 1980 Mazda RX-7. The car is showing 66K miles on the odometer, which are believed actual. This is a very nice little sports car that is ready for a new home!
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1985 Chevrolet Blazer K5 Silverado. This Arizona truck features a 454 cubic inch engine moving power to the 4 ton axles driving all 4 wheels, when asked, through and an automatic transmission. The exterior is wearing new black paint while the restored interior is showing like new. Other features on the truck include power windows, a Rancho lift kit and new headers and exhaust system. This truck is ready to roll in style, on the street or in the dirt!
Here is a very good running and driving 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Convertible. This car features a 305 cubic inch V8 hooked up an automatic transmission. The odometer is showing 77K miles, which are believed actual. The exterior is wearing white paint and the interior is showing original red leather. Recent service to the car includes new tires and exhaust system, this car is ready to roll!
Here is a very good example of a running and driving 1987 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. This car features a 5.0 Liter V8 with a Paxton Supercharger moving power to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission. The exterior is wearing white while the interior is showing light gray. Here is your chance to get into a Fox body ragtop because this little pony is being sold No Reserve!
"Obession" started as a 1986 Step-side GMC truck and took 3 months to build. This brute features a small block engine paired up to a double disk slipper clutch with a Doug Nash 5 speed transmission. " Obsession" is brilliantly colored with candy sunset red paint which is transparent and reflects the sun. It was in the 4 wheel drive (modified) class with many different associations. This truck in it's day competed in 25 events each year with a very impressive winning record.
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442. This car features a 307 cubic inch V8 moving power to the 3.55 rear axle through an automatic transmission. The exterior is wearing the original pattern black and gold exterior with T-Tops while the interior is showing in original condition and features a floor shift in a center console. The car also features exclusive 442 Chrome wheels with 4 new BF Goodrich T.A. radials and dual exhaust, the best of the Olds 442 for 1986!
Here is an excellent running and driving example of a 1980 Pontiac Firebird Formula. From 1979 to 1980 Pontiac only built 9,356 Formula Firebirds, putting this car’s production numbers less than that of the Trans Am Firebirds. This solid Firebird features a 301 cubic inch V8 engine backed up with a turbo 350 automatic transmission, both believed to be original to the car. The odometer is showing 63,000 miles, which is also believed to be original. The exterior has only one repaint since new and the quality of the work still shows very well today. The interior is showing in very good original condition and features an aftermarket Sony stereo and working factory A/C.
Remember this micro truck? You are looking at possibly the finest example of a 1984 Dodge Rampage Prospector in existence! Showing just over 8,900 miles on the odometer, this truck has spent its entire existence in climate controlled storage and is as close to a brand new 1984 vehicle you will find. Powered by a 2.2 Liter 4 cylinder motor running power to the front wheels through a floor shift 3 speed transmission, everything works on this truck as if it were new including the A/C. This Rampage is a true museum quality piece for any collector, especially a Mopar collector!
This car is another proud offering of the LP collection. Based in St. Paul MN, Mike and Cavan have built up a real classic car community. Enthusiasts, retirees, friends and family are the driving force behind their shop. With passion for classics, on any morning you will find a steady flow of people working together to tend to the shop and the stable of cars. The shop started as a hobby space and has now become a true resource for like-minded classic car people who put their heart and soul into maintaining and restoring their cars. Bathed in the glow of a large, and continuously growing, neon sign collection the shop has a nostalgic feel of a 50s era gas station. Like most gas stations, there is never a shortage of coffee and donuts to be shared while stories and memories are discussed and made. The cars in the stable are meticulously maintained and most importantly, to do NOT sit around and collect dust! Every weekend you can easily find this crew attending shows around the metro area. The most notable detail about their attendance is every car is driven to the shows, never trailered. That said, if you are fortunate enough to own a car from this stable, you know with confidence first hand, every car is meticulously maintained and ready for the open road!