This stunningly restored Sunbeam Tiger was built, according to its chassis number, in the early stages of the Mark I’s production. A tedious ground-up restoration was performed on this rust-free car with its original panels.
The new black bucket-seat interior includes a beautiful burled walnut dash with a full set of original gauges and factory wood-rim steering wheel. All chrome has been replated, including the dual racing mirrors, front and rear bumpers complete with bumperettes, gas cap, and the Read More
This is the very first Ford Pilot Plant/Pre-production Mustang hard top.
This 1965 Mustang started the Pony Car revolution in American car building, resulting in the later creation of the Camaro and Firebird. It was hand-assembled at the Ford Pilot Plant and is one of three known existing Pilot Plant Mustangs to survive.
- 289-ci V8 engine with mild cam
- Column-shift manual transmission with four-wheel drive
- Professional body-off restoration
- Correct paint and interior per Marti Report
- Ceramic-coated exhaust manifolds
Presented in as-found cosmetic condition, the dust and patina of long-term static storage remain, visually conveying its nearly 30-year slumber. This 1967 Shelby 427 Cobra retains many features that are often lost to time or restoration. These include the remains of the warning sticker on the speedometer, its Beclawat windshield badge and its fuse-box covers. The chassis number is hand-etched on its Shelby American foot-box tag and remains on the hood and trunk latches and the transmission tunnel.
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This Ford Mustang is very special thanks to its finish and history. It was made especially for Henry Ford II, as confirmed by a certificate from Ford France, dated January 3, 1991, which states: “The Ford Mustang serial number 6F08K285715 was the vehicle commissioned by Ford for Henry Ford II during his stays in France. It benefited from a special finish, paint and leather upholstery. This Ford Mustang also served as the course-opening car for the 24 Hours of Le Read More
- K-code 289-ci HiPo V8 engine
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Restored by marque expert Fred Glazier Jr.
- Displayed at the Simeone Museum
- Very correct with numerous and extraordinarily rare specific K-code FoMoCo parts
- All exterior sheet metal is original Ford (as noted by Fred Glazier)
- Customer-ordered per factory buck tag
- Deluxe “Pony” interior
- Very rare factory build sheet
- Factory AM radio/8-track stereo
- Original documents and receipts pertaining to the restoration
- Rally Pac gauge cluster
- Bucket seats with seat belts and center Read More
- One of the 199 Z06 Corvettes produced in 1963
- Built on May 7, 1963, and delivered to Harry Mann Chevrolet in Los Angeles, CA
- Equipped with the Z06 special-performance equipment option, which included heavy-duty finned metallic brakes, special backing plates, cooling fans, air scoops and heavy-duty suspension, shocks, springs and sway bar
- L84 fuel-injected 327/360 V8 engine
- M20 4-speed transmission and Rochester fuel injection unit
- Power windows and Delco radio
- This car underwent a nut-and-bolt restoration in factory-correct Riverside Read More
- Rocket 455-cid V8 engine
- Automatic transmission
- Restored by Thornton Brothers
- Copy of window sticker
- Copy of broadcast sheet
- Restored to original specs
- Factory air conditioning
- Rare 8-track tape player
- Sports console
- Generously appointed from the factory
The popular and respected 442 Package included FE2 suspension with heavy-duty front and rear stabilizer bars, wide 14-by-7-inch wheels, louvered hood, special 442 grille, hood and body painted stripes, and 442 badging. You could choose from four body styles and you could Read More
To ensure that Shelby American would have its 1966 GT350 models in dealerships when Ford released the new ’66 Mustangs, Shelby ordered an additional 252 cars from Ford’s San Jose plant at the very end of 1965 production.
These change-over cars (often referred to as carry-overs) were essentially Shelby-spec ’65 GT350s. They received the same performance modifications as the ’65s, as well as full-length exhaust, functional rear brake-cooling ductwork and Plexiglas rear-quarter windows. To many collectors and experts, these cars Read More