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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$24,900.00
1985
FORD MUSTANG SVO
While four-cylinder cars rarely blip the excitement meter for most automotive enthusiasts, one exception is the Mustang SVO. Built during the early ’80s, these turbo-charged 4-cylinders proved intelligent engineering could deliver high-performance from conservative cubic-inch displacement engines. The SVOs, with their race suspension, turbocharged engine, electronic fuel injection, and unique scooped hood and dual rear wing, were welcome limited-production models at a time when American V8 performance had hit the bottom of its malaise. Today they represent a special niche in Mustang history. All SVOs built after April 1985 were designated as “mid-year.” Factory modifications to the engine consisted of increased 15 PSI boost pressure, different intake manifold, water-cooled turbo, an enhanced .48 turbine for quicker spool-up, injectors increased from 30 to 35 pounds per hour, updated EEC IV processor, dual mufflers and tailpipes. The engine modifications increased the output to 205hp at 5000 rpm, with 240 ft/lbs of torque at 3200 rpm. The only changes to the body consisted of new flush Aero Style headlamps. A scant 439 of 1,515 ’85 SVOs were produced mid-year, which made this the rarest of the breed and the most sought-after. All-original and unmodified, delivered in Medium Canyon Red Metallic with a gray interior showing just over 23,000 actual miles, the car is verified with a good, clean CARFAX. Accompanying the vehicle are the original owner’s manual, operating guide, warranty ID owner’s card, dealer stock hang tags, miscellaneous registrations, insurance cards, parts receipts and a First Place trophy from the 2004 Shelby Spring Fling.
$250,000.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429
--SALE PENDING--The ’69 Mustang Mach 1 took the place of the GT and proved very popular, combining racy looks with luxury trimmings. As usual, the high-performance models were more expensive and correspondingly rare. Only 1,934 buyers ponied up $3,450 for a Boss 302 and 857 buyers paid $4,798 for a Mustang Boss 429. The Boss 429 motor was a heavily modified racing motor that Ford wanted to homologate for NASCAR racing, and all were built at Kar Kraft in Brighton, Michigan. These homologation specials didn’t scream performance with their relatively subtle badging, but they were blisteringly fast. As was customary in the 1960s, their 375hp rating was highly conservative. Those in the know looked for the Kar Kraft “KK” number and the NASCAR identification label. Both of those are present and accounted for on this highly documented 1969 Boss 429. Sold new in Kearny, Arizona, a month after being built on February 13, 1969, its Deluxe Marti Report confirms it left Kar Kraft (KK1333) painted Candy Apple Red with a black vinyl interior, along with the requisite Boss 429 performance gear and few luxuries aside from an AM radio. Accompanied by Erminger Build Sheets, letters from Ford and Kar Kraft quality checklists, the car is outfitted with Magnum 500 wheels and period-correct Goodyear tires. In exceptional condition throughout and one of the first 150 examples built, this highly coveted and collectible “Boss 9” is at the top of the Ford performance food chain for 1969. Included for the next owner are two professionally done 2-foot by 3-foot poster boards with all documentation and highlights for your next car show or concours event.
$27,900.00
1991
CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1
For 1991 the Chevrolet Corvette had what might have been history’s most expensive engine upgrade. To many, it was worth every penny. For a whopping $31,683 the ZR1 came equipped with the LT5 engine developing an astonishing 375 horsepower, thanks to four overhead camshafts, an 11-to-1 compression ratio and four valves per cylinder. The ZR1 was capable of 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds, a 13-second quarter-mile at about 110 mph and 180 mph top speed. Most significantly, the fuel-injection system shut down eight of the 16 intake runners until half throttle, so the engine was powerful and flexible, with a 7,200 rpm redline. Imposing and attention-getting performance of the day, indeed. Qualifying for judging at a National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) event, this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 was sold new in Walnut Creek, California, and resided in nearby Danville all its life. Ordered with the desirable factory black-on-black combination, it is clean, well-maintained, and been garage-kept. The car comes with impressive documentation from new for the next owner, including the ZR1 box, marketing materials, Window Sticker, keys, owner’s manual and more. The car was awarded the “Chevrolet Choice Award” at the 2005 Grand Prix of Sonoma. Now showing less than 42,000 original miles from new with a 6-speed manual transmission, it comes with the optional dual removable roof panels, which are in excellent condition. Tastefully added and professionally powder-coated wheels provide a visually appealing complement to the car, rounding out a complete package for all C4 enthusiasts and collectors.
$89,900.00
2016
CHEVROLET CAMARO YENKO
The year was 1969 and muscle cars were in full swing. Each of the “Big 3” manufacturers had developed their own version of the ultimate high-performance big-block engine pony car. That led Chevrolet’s Central Office Production Order (COPO) system to produce a limited run of 1969 Camaros with the L72 427ci engine, and other factory-installed performance equipment, for a very select number of dealers. In the tradition of those awesome first-generation muscle cars, Specialty Vehicle Engineering introduced the 2016 Yenko/SC Camaro. Beginning life as a Hyper Blue Metallic, 6-speed Camaro 2SS coupe equipped with optional dual-mode performance exhaust and 8” touchscreen with navigation, it was transformed into a fire-breathing 700hp beast. This Camaro was #1 of a limited production run of just 50 cars, as indicated on the key fobs, engine compartment and dash plaque. The Yenko/SC included a hand-built 427ci LT1 naturally aspirated 700hp engine with aluminum block and heads, 5-spoke wheels with Gunmetal finish, upgraded supercar tires, embroidered headrests and floor mats (unopened and still in the wrapper), and much more. Showing just over 1,100 miles from new with a clean, one-owner CARFAX, this car comes with every shred of paperwork from its purchase at Huebner Chevrolet in Ohio, including all documentation from Specialty Vehicle Engineering with addendum, original Window Sticker, original sales receipt, odometer statement, brochures, keys, Build Sheet, owner’s manual and more. In excellent low-mileage condition, with a recent oil change in April 2019, this #1 Yenko/SC Camaro is ready for enjoyment and is certain to be an amazing collectible throughout time.
$179,000.00
1956
FORD F-100 BIG-WINDOW CUSTOM PICKUP
Ford truck people went back to the drawing board five years after the F-1’s debut, this time shelling out a reported $30 million on what arguably represented Detroit's earliest application of an ergonomic study ? at least as far as truck development history is concerned. The result was the F-100, a milestone pickup if there ever was one. The most popular and unique year of this generation Ford is the 1956 model, as this was the only year of this generation that had a wrap-around windshield. Stunning in its looks and uniqueness when compared to earlier models, people can spot a ’56 from a block away. Starting with a visually appealing truck, the restoration and attention to detail on the build of this pro-touring “big-window” just gets better and better. A 505hp LS7 engine mated to a 4L70E automatic transmission provides an impressive power foundation. Underneath, there’s a boxed frame with a Newman Car Creations all-Corvette suspension, carbon-fiber driveshaft and half shafts, tilt hood and exhaust by Lemon Headers. The rear fenders are widened by 2-1/2” and the laser-straight all-original steel body is covered in beautiful maroon paint. It also has rounded door corners and a custom rear bumper. The entire truck has been soundproofed with Dynamat. The custom interior features Ron Francis Wiring, a Kenwood stereo with Garmin GPS, stock dash with gauge cluster redone by Redline, an Ididit chrome tilt steering column, Vintage Air, Eldorado leather 6-way power seats, and electric seats, windows and door locks. This custom pickup rides on 18” Billet Specialties wheels.
$49,500.00
1970
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Today, the second generation of Chevrolet C10 pickups are some of the most beloved collector vehicles in existence, and for good reason. Also known as the “Glamour Pickups,” they’re drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess a good build quality and are easily drivable in modern traffic. With such a good working canvas, levels of restoration can range greatly, suiting each owner’s personal tastes, given widely accessible parts and upgrade choices. Ultimately, the love affair with a pickup is broad and far-reaching, as most everyone has a connection or favorite memory, making them hot commodities to own. After a frame-off restoration, all four boxes have been checked on this stunning 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup: Body, interior, refinements and powerplant. The bodywork is extraordinarily smooth and straight, with gold metallic paint, panel fitment and brightwork all crisp and nice. The tops of the bed stake holes were filled and smoothed, as was the exterior tailgate handle, so the release is moved to the inside of the color-matched Rhino-lined bed. The custom TMI saddle leather interior is flawlessly stitched and riveted, as are the door panels. The center console and cup holders add modern convenience to the bucket seat layout, which features fresh carpeting. Refinements include power steering, power disc brakes, 12-bolt rear axle and American Racing wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch billet in the rear), with a beautifully detailed engine bay and undercarriage. The “crown jewel” of this truck is the beast of a power plant: a 383ci stroker V8 engine built with Brodix aluminum 18-degree heads, Eagle rods, team “G” intake; it is a full roller motor (camshaft, lifters, rocker arms) for amazing sound and performance.
$29,500.00
2001
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS CONVERTIBLE
The 2001 production year was the shortest of any Chevy Camaro to date. The base powerplant for the 2001 Camaro remained the 200hp V6, with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. But Z/28 power was boosted to 310hp from the 5.7-liter, 346ci V8. SLP Engineering ? known for working magic with GM’s F-Bodies since the late '80s ? supplied the parts to turn a Z/28 into an SS. And in doing so boosted the horsepower up, yet again, to 325. Only 1,452 Z/28 convertibles were produced in 2001, and about half of them had the 6-speed manual gearbox. Rarity really sets in when you factor this example is only one of 144 triple-black, 6-speed convertibles. Ticking almost every box on the options list ? including leather-trimmed bucket seats, acceleration slip regulation, Hurst short-throw shifter and the premium Monsoon sound system ? this is a fully loaded, high-performance Camaro with few rivals. Showing just over 12,700 miles on the odometer, with a clean CARFAX, it comes unmodified with all the original equipment and tasteful upgrades documented from the dealer, including front grille with SS center logo, ZR1 chrome-plated aluminum wheels and dual-performance exhaust system. Complete with factory keys and remotes, correct Super Sport floor mats, factory parade boot cover and documentation that includes its original Window Sticker, odometer disclosure statement and dealer addendum for the upgrades, this Camaro SS is about as close to perfection as one gets.
$52,500.00
1973
CHEVROLET BLAZER
While Jeep, International and Ford had been making small off-road-oriented multi-purpose vehicles, it was GM who supersized them to the half-ton pickup platform. Essentially a K10 pickup with a very short integral box as part of the interior, the K5 Blazer pioneered the pickup-based SUV. While retaining the stock pickup doors, the standard top was made out of fiberglass and could be unbolted. The Blazer was also available without a top, with a vinyl soft-top or with the popular hardtop. All had a tailgate/lift gate configuration in the back, and model range/powertrain availability mirrored the half-ton pickups. The Blazer proved successful enough that when GM redesigned their trucks for 1973, the Blazer was part of the program. For the second-generation Chevrolet Blazer, the top was abbreviated, just covering the rear section aft of the cab. It was copied by Chrysler with the Dodge Ramcharger and Plymouth Trail Duster in 1974, and by Ford with the second-generation of the popular Bronco in 1978. Showing just over 100 miles since an exhaustive frame-off restoration, this custom 4x4 1973 Chevrolet Blazer leaves nothing undone. Paint and bodywork (taken down to the metal) were carefully and meticulously completed with all new moldings, exhaust and new suspension undercarriage parts, including a 4” Rough Country lift. Now running perfectly, the 350ci 4-bolt main engine was sent out to the machine shop for a complete rebuild, including new seals and rings – all backed by an equally rebuilt automatic transmission. The interior features new Dakota Digital gauges and a nicely appointed, period-correct colored interior and carpet. The air conditioning blows cold for a nice comfortable cabin, and the top comes off easily for a sporty convertible feel if desired.
$49,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$24,900.00
1985
FORD MUSTANG SVO
While four-cylinder cars rarely blip the excitement meter for most automotive enthusiasts, one exception is the Mustang SVO. Built during the early ’80s, these turbo-charged 4-cylinders proved intelligent engineering could deliver high-performance from conservative cubic-inch displacement engines. The SVOs, with their race suspension, turbocharged engine, electronic fuel injection, and unique scooped hood and dual rear wing, were welcome limited-production models at a time when American V8 performance had hit the bottom of its malaise. Today they represent a special niche in Mustang history. All SVOs built after April 1985 were designated as “mid-year.” Factory modifications to the engine consisted of increased 15 PSI boost pressure, different intake manifold, water-cooled turbo, an enhanced .48 turbine for quicker spool-up, injectors increased from 30 to 35 pounds per hour, updated EEC IV processor, dual mufflers and tailpipes. The engine modifications increased the output to 205hp at 5000 rpm, with 240 ft/lbs of torque at 3200 rpm. The only changes to the body consisted of new flush Aero Style headlamps. A scant 439 of 1,515 ’85 SVOs were produced mid-year, which made this the rarest of the breed and the most sought-after. All-original and unmodified, delivered in Medium Canyon Red Metallic with a gray interior showing just over 23,000 actual miles, the car is verified with a good, clean CARFAX. Accompanying the vehicle are the original owner’s manual, operating guide, warranty ID owner’s card, dealer stock hang tags, miscellaneous registrations, insurance cards, parts receipts and a First Place trophy from the 2004 Shelby Spring Fling.
$250,000.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429
--SALE PENDING--The ’69 Mustang Mach 1 took the place of the GT and proved very popular, combining racy looks with luxury trimmings. As usual, the high-performance models were more expensive and correspondingly rare. Only 1,934 buyers ponied up $3,450 for a Boss 302 and 857 buyers paid $4,798 for a Mustang Boss 429. The Boss 429 motor was a heavily modified racing motor that Ford wanted to homologate for NASCAR racing, and all were built at Kar Kraft in Brighton, Michigan. These homologation specials didn’t scream performance with their relatively subtle badging, but they were blisteringly fast. As was customary in the 1960s, their 375hp rating was highly conservative. Those in the know looked for the Kar Kraft “KK” number and the NASCAR identification label. Both of those are present and accounted for on this highly documented 1969 Boss 429. Sold new in Kearny, Arizona, a month after being built on February 13, 1969, its Deluxe Marti Report confirms it left Kar Kraft (KK1333) painted Candy Apple Red with a black vinyl interior, along with the requisite Boss 429 performance gear and few luxuries aside from an AM radio. Accompanied by Erminger Build Sheets, letters from Ford and Kar Kraft quality checklists, the car is outfitted with Magnum 500 wheels and period-correct Goodyear tires. In exceptional condition throughout and one of the first 150 examples built, this highly coveted and collectible “Boss 9” is at the top of the Ford performance food chain for 1969. Included for the next owner are two professionally done 2-foot by 3-foot poster boards with all documentation and highlights for your next car show or concours event.
$27,900.00
1991
CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1
For 1991 the Chevrolet Corvette had what might have been history’s most expensive engine upgrade. To many, it was worth every penny. For a whopping $31,683 the ZR1 came equipped with the LT5 engine developing an astonishing 375 horsepower, thanks to four overhead camshafts, an 11-to-1 compression ratio and four valves per cylinder. The ZR1 was capable of 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds, a 13-second quarter-mile at about 110 mph and 180 mph top speed. Most significantly, the fuel-injection system shut down eight of the 16 intake runners until half throttle, so the engine was powerful and flexible, with a 7,200 rpm redline. Imposing and attention-getting performance of the day, indeed. Qualifying for judging at a National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) event, this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 was sold new in Walnut Creek, California, and resided in nearby Danville all its life. Ordered with the desirable factory black-on-black combination, it is clean, well-maintained, and been garage-kept. The car comes with impressive documentation from new for the next owner, including the ZR1 box, marketing materials, Window Sticker, keys, owner’s manual and more. The car was awarded the “Chevrolet Choice Award” at the 2005 Grand Prix of Sonoma. Now showing less than 42,000 original miles from new with a 6-speed manual transmission, it comes with the optional dual removable roof panels, which are in excellent condition. Tastefully added and professionally powder-coated wheels provide a visually appealing complement to the car, rounding out a complete package for all C4 enthusiasts and collectors.
$89,900.00
2016
CHEVROLET CAMARO YENKO
The year was 1969 and muscle cars were in full swing. Each of the “Big 3” manufacturers had developed their own version of the ultimate high-performance big-block engine pony car. That led Chevrolet’s Central Office Production Order (COPO) system to produce a limited run of 1969 Camaros with the L72 427ci engine, and other factory-installed performance equipment, for a very select number of dealers. In the tradition of those awesome first-generation muscle cars, Specialty Vehicle Engineering introduced the 2016 Yenko/SC Camaro. Beginning life as a Hyper Blue Metallic, 6-speed Camaro 2SS coupe equipped with optional dual-mode performance exhaust and 8” touchscreen with navigation, it was transformed into a fire-breathing 700hp beast. This Camaro was #1 of a limited production run of just 50 cars, as indicated on the key fobs, engine compartment and dash plaque. The Yenko/SC included a hand-built 427ci LT1 naturally aspirated 700hp engine with aluminum block and heads, 5-spoke wheels with Gunmetal finish, upgraded supercar tires, embroidered headrests and floor mats (unopened and still in the wrapper), and much more. Showing just over 1,100 miles from new with a clean, one-owner CARFAX, this car comes with every shred of paperwork from its purchase at Huebner Chevrolet in Ohio, including all documentation from Specialty Vehicle Engineering with addendum, original Window Sticker, original sales receipt, odometer statement, brochures, keys, Build Sheet, owner’s manual and more. In excellent low-mileage condition, with a recent oil change in April 2019, this #1 Yenko/SC Camaro is ready for enjoyment and is certain to be an amazing collectible throughout time.
$179,000.00
1956
FORD F-100 BIG-WINDOW CUSTOM PICKUP
Ford truck people went back to the drawing board five years after the F-1’s debut, this time shelling out a reported $30 million on what arguably represented Detroit's earliest application of an ergonomic study ? at least as far as truck development history is concerned. The result was the F-100, a milestone pickup if there ever was one. The most popular and unique year of this generation Ford is the 1956 model, as this was the only year of this generation that had a wrap-around windshield. Stunning in its looks and uniqueness when compared to earlier models, people can spot a ’56 from a block away. Starting with a visually appealing truck, the restoration and attention to detail on the build of this pro-touring “big-window” just gets better and better. A 505hp LS7 engine mated to a 4L70E automatic transmission provides an impressive power foundation. Underneath, there’s a boxed frame with a Newman Car Creations all-Corvette suspension, carbon-fiber driveshaft and half shafts, tilt hood and exhaust by Lemon Headers. The rear fenders are widened by 2-1/2” and the laser-straight all-original steel body is covered in beautiful maroon paint. It also has rounded door corners and a custom rear bumper. The entire truck has been soundproofed with Dynamat. The custom interior features Ron Francis Wiring, a Kenwood stereo with Garmin GPS, stock dash with gauge cluster redone by Redline, an Ididit chrome tilt steering column, Vintage Air, Eldorado leather 6-way power seats, and electric seats, windows and door locks. This custom pickup rides on 18” Billet Specialties wheels.
$49,500.00
1970
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Today, the second generation of Chevrolet C10 pickups are some of the most beloved collector vehicles in existence, and for good reason. Also known as the “Glamour Pickups,” they’re drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess a good build quality and are easily drivable in modern traffic. With such a good working canvas, levels of restoration can range greatly, suiting each owner’s personal tastes, given widely accessible parts and upgrade choices. Ultimately, the love affair with a pickup is broad and far-reaching, as most everyone has a connection or favorite memory, making them hot commodities to own. After a frame-off restoration, all four boxes have been checked on this stunning 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup: Body, interior, refinements and powerplant. The bodywork is extraordinarily smooth and straight, with gold metallic paint, panel fitment and brightwork all crisp and nice. The tops of the bed stake holes were filled and smoothed, as was the exterior tailgate handle, so the release is moved to the inside of the color-matched Rhino-lined bed. The custom TMI saddle leather interior is flawlessly stitched and riveted, as are the door panels. The center console and cup holders add modern convenience to the bucket seat layout, which features fresh carpeting. Refinements include power steering, power disc brakes, 12-bolt rear axle and American Racing wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch billet in the rear), with a beautifully detailed engine bay and undercarriage. The “crown jewel” of this truck is the beast of a power plant: a 383ci stroker V8 engine built with Brodix aluminum 18-degree heads, Eagle rods, team “G” intake; it is a full roller motor (camshaft, lifters, rocker arms) for amazing sound and performance.
$29,500.00
2001
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS CONVERTIBLE
The 2001 production year was the shortest of any Chevy Camaro to date. The base powerplant for the 2001 Camaro remained the 200hp V6, with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. But Z/28 power was boosted to 310hp from the 5.7-liter, 346ci V8. SLP Engineering ? known for working magic with GM’s F-Bodies since the late '80s ? supplied the parts to turn a Z/28 into an SS. And in doing so boosted the horsepower up, yet again, to 325. Only 1,452 Z/28 convertibles were produced in 2001, and about half of them had the 6-speed manual gearbox. Rarity really sets in when you factor this example is only one of 144 triple-black, 6-speed convertibles. Ticking almost every box on the options list ? including leather-trimmed bucket seats, acceleration slip regulation, Hurst short-throw shifter and the premium Monsoon sound system ? this is a fully loaded, high-performance Camaro with few rivals. Showing just over 12,700 miles on the odometer, with a clean CARFAX, it comes unmodified with all the original equipment and tasteful upgrades documented from the dealer, including front grille with SS center logo, ZR1 chrome-plated aluminum wheels and dual-performance exhaust system. Complete with factory keys and remotes, correct Super Sport floor mats, factory parade boot cover and documentation that includes its original Window Sticker, odometer disclosure statement and dealer addendum for the upgrades, this Camaro SS is about as close to perfection as one gets.
$52,500.00
1973
CHEVROLET BLAZER
While Jeep, International and Ford had been making small off-road-oriented multi-purpose vehicles, it was GM who supersized them to the half-ton pickup platform. Essentially a K10 pickup with a very short integral box as part of the interior, the K5 Blazer pioneered the pickup-based SUV. While retaining the stock pickup doors, the standard top was made out of fiberglass and could be unbolted. The Blazer was also available without a top, with a vinyl soft-top or with the popular hardtop. All had a tailgate/lift gate configuration in the back, and model range/powertrain availability mirrored the half-ton pickups. The Blazer proved successful enough that when GM redesigned their trucks for 1973, the Blazer was part of the program. For the second-generation Chevrolet Blazer, the top was abbreviated, just covering the rear section aft of the cab. It was copied by Chrysler with the Dodge Ramcharger and Plymouth Trail Duster in 1974, and by Ford with the second-generation of the popular Bronco in 1978. Showing just over 100 miles since an exhaustive frame-off restoration, this custom 4x4 1973 Chevrolet Blazer leaves nothing undone. Paint and bodywork (taken down to the metal) were carefully and meticulously completed with all new moldings, exhaust and new suspension undercarriage parts, including a 4” Rough Country lift. Now running perfectly, the 350ci 4-bolt main engine was sent out to the machine shop for a complete rebuild, including new seals and rings – all backed by an equally rebuilt automatic transmission. The interior features new Dakota Digital gauges and a nicely appointed, period-correct colored interior and carpet. The air conditioning blows cold for a nice comfortable cabin, and the top comes off easily for a sporty convertible feel if desired.
$49,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
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Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.