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1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6

This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 is factory documented and includes both factory build sheets. Powered by a 454-ci V8 engine, it has a 4.25-inch bore, 4.0-inch stroke, ported heads and lighter aluminum pistons. This LS6 is pushing 450 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 500 lb-ft of torque at 3,600 […]

1954 Cunningham C-3 Vignale Coupe

The Cunningham car of the early 1950s was the product of revered sportsman Briggs Cunningham’s determination to win the 24-hour race at Le Mans with an American-built automobile. Cunningham had attempted the feat with production-based Cadillacs, but finding them not sufficient to the task, endeavored to build his own car, […]

1903 Knox Model C Runabout

Knox automobiles were built in Springfield, MA, from 1900 to 1914. The earliest production Knox three-wheelers were built in the Waltham Watch Company’s Springfield factory. For 1903, just one model was cataloged, the Model C, built on a wheelbase slightly extended over its predecessor of 72 inches. The clever, compact, […]

1934 Chrysler Airflow Coupe

The Chrysler Airflow was the first truly aerodynamic streamlined American car. “It bores through the air,” Chrysler advertised — and they could prove it, because the Airflow had been extensively tested in the wind tunnel. But it was more than its form that made the Airflow historically significant. Its steel, […]

1935 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Coupe by Rollston

The Rollston Company was inarguably New York’s finest coachbuilder — renowned for the proficiency of its designers in both open and convertible styles, with conservative or rakish lines. Few American shops of any era were so skilled at so diverse a catalog, all built with outstanding craftsmanship and rock-solid quality. […]

1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird

Finished in the special high-impact EV2 Tor Red, this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi Superbird has had a professional restoration. It is one of 135 produced and is number 1,723 of the 1970 NASCAR wing-car homologation programs. It is powered by its original numbers-matching 426-ci Hemi V8 engine mated to […]

1971 Chevrolet Corvette ZR2 Convertible

This exceedingly rare 1971 Chevrolet Corvette ZR2 convertible from the famed Ed Foss Collection is a reference-grade, multiple award winner of the highest caliber. Known as “Zora’s Racer” after Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov, the ZR2’s entry in 1971 was shrouded in mystery, with no pre-production hype, road tests or […]

1968 Chevrolet Yenko Super Camaro 427/450

Finished in Grotto Blue over blue vinyl, this 1968 Chevrolet Yenko Supercar is one of 70 Yenko Camaros built in 1968, according to Camaro authority Jerry MacNeish. It has undergone a professional rotisserie restoration and is powered by the 427/450-horsepower engine backed by an M21 4-speed manual transmission with 49,108 […]

1930 Cadillac V16 Roadster by Fleetwood

Established in 1902, Cadillac was bought in 1909 by the newly formed General Motors Company, which had begun to bring together several makes and wanted Cadillac as its luxury-car division. Cadillac had made a name for itself through innovation, the equipment fitted to its cars and the number of cylinders […]

1951 “Hirohata” Mercury Custom Coupe

Uniquely American in many ways, the custom-car craze truly found its calling in the late 1940s, blossoming throughout popular culture in the following decade. For many owners, the restyled early post-war Mercury coupes have been the way to go for these changes, and the 1949–51 cars quickly became an open […]