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  • 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pace Car


    The Chevrolet Camaro is the one of the most iconic cars of the 1960’s. Production began in 1967 and the cars were offered with a myriad of options from six cylinder engines to monster big blocks. These cars helped define the muscle car era. Nothing did this better then the “big block” Camaros!! The car on offer here is one of the rarest of all Camaro variants. It is 1967 Camaro Pace Car convertible. One of only 43 “Festival” cars that were actually used in Indianapolis during the month leading up to the race. According to the experts, there were only 100 of these cars produced; 88 327 CID “small block” cars 5 396 “Big Block” automatic transmission cars 7 396 “Big Block” 4-speed manual transmission cars This car has a numbers matching, date code correct, engine and transmission and has undergone a fully documented rotisserie restoration and remains in wonderful condition. VIN 124677N213442 TRIM TAG: O4D R 67-12667 NOR113360 BODY 732-Z C-1 PAINT “ “ 2LGS 3L 4N -061A TRIM TAG DECODING: 04D (April, 4th week Build date) 732-Z (Bright Blue Interior, Z= bucket seats) W (tinted windshield) 2LGS (group 2, L= 4-speed, G=Console, S=rear antenna) 3L (group 3, L=Rally Sport) 4N (group 4, N=396/

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
    For sale
    The Classic Car Gallery
    203-256-9800 VIEW CONTACT NUMBER


    --All Black with Black leather and Black carpeting, 12,000 kilometers/7,000 miles from new, History from Massini, Original colors, Matching numbers. Imported to the USA shortly after its original build, this Boxer was sold to its first owner, Mr. Tom Marron of Bellmore, New York, through Steven Kessler Motor Cars, New York City’s Ferrari franchise dealer at the time. In the early 1990’s, the Boxer had been traded back by Mr. Marron to Steven Kessler Motor Cars. In 1993, this Boxer was owned by Mr. Bruce Perrone, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with 3,400 kilometers showing on its odometer. Mr. Perrone retained the car for only two years, offering it for sale in the Ferrari Market Letter in September of 1995, stating that it now had 4,300 kilometers in the advertisement. It is believed that the car remained in the Pittsburgh area until at least 2003. Sometime thereafter, it was acquired by a New York based collector. In mid-2015, Autosport Designs performed an engine out major service and prepared the car to show standards. It was then sold to a California based Ferrari collector. Most recently this 512 BBi has received an $11,000 service at GTO Engineering in Los Angeles to keep in top fo

    Last update: 16 Days Old
    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 7000 mi
    For sale
  • 1993 Porsche RS America


    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present this stunning 1993 Porsche 911 RS America. Between 1993 and 1994 Porsche only produced 701 of these cars for the US market; this makes the RS among the rarest of all 911 variants. Finished in Black over Black cloth, this RS is one of the most desirable of the limited production 911’s. This car has been enthusiast owned and maintained, and with only 54,910 miles on the clock she has clearly been babied her entire life. She came from the factory with all 4 available options, optioned with Limited Slip, Factory Sunroof, Air Conditioning and Radio. The exterior paint is near showroom; the paint shines with great depth and a luster. The interior is in excellent condition as well. The engine compartment belies the mileage of the car as it is in near showroom condition. The mechanicals are excellent and all systems work as they should. Her original 3.6 liter flat-6 engine gives great power and the transmission shifts with authority. The car has an FVB Brombacher muffler, but the original comes with the car. She runs a Bilstein PSS-10 suspension kit installed just last year; the original shocks come with the car. She has her original window stick

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1993
    • Mileage: 55000 mi
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  • Bobsy SR3


    Exceptional Bobsy SR3 Sports Racer! Huge investment by its owner and throughout its history. Lotus Twin Cam w/185hp - 1700cc. Hewland MK9, Dual Weber's. Long list of top tier components, very quick chassis, 2-1/2 hrs. on motor. Can also be seen on RaceCarLocators.om and email at: Ricksminis1@msn.com

    Last update: 2 Months Old
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    Richard Larner
    509-868-2034 VIEW CONTACT NUMBER
  • Jaguar XK120


    Completely original, never restored ! A unique discovery since this beautiful Jaguar XK120 DHC is completely original and never restored. Complete original paint, original interior trim, comes with all original accessories and documentation and with only 52.000 miles on the clock. This car was produced on the 17th of July 1953 in British Racing Green with Tan interior trim. Dispatched on the 13th of August 1953, through Hornburg, Los Angeles USA to its first owner R Palmer. During 1956 the car was transferred to Kenneth Linscott of Denver, Colorado who kept the car until the nineties. Now the car is beautifully preserved, in perfect running and driving condition with extremely nice and well preserved original interior trim. The car comes with its original accessories like a complete tool roll, jack with rachet lever, wheelbrace, tyre pump and a grease gun under the bonnet. Original Literature like the Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook, a full set of original unused Owners' Registration Cards, Jaguar Overseas Distributors and Dealers list, Drophead Coupe Instructions for operating the Head, Trico Windscreen Washer instructions, Teclamit Lubricating Oil Filter Service Instructions. Matching numbers, comes with a Heritage Certificate. Please contact us to make an appointment to view this magnificent original Jaguar XK120 DHC in our showroom in Bilthoven, The Netherlands. We are continuously looking for similar cars for outright purchase or to sell on a commission basis.

    Last update: 13 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
    • Mileage: 52000 mi
    • Engine size: 3.4
    For sale