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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 […]

1932 Chrysler CH Imperial Cabriolet

This 1932 Chrysler Imperial CH cabriolet not only carries all the swagger and allure of its time, but it is also an example of unrivaled provenance and matching body, chassis and engine numbers, as well as the legacy of being Bohman & Schwartz’s first joint build. Their name is not […]

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

NCRS Shipping Data Report No-expense-spared rotisserie restoration by Mike Swedal of Swedal Classic Car Restoration Correct 302-ci engine Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission 12-bolt 4.10 Positraction rear end Cowl induction hood Stainless chambered dual exhaust X77-D80 coded trim tag Factory paint code 71-71 LeMans Blue with white stripes Original owner’s […]

1912 Kissel Kar Model D-11 Semi-Racer

One of several businesses created in the early 1900s under the ownership of the entrepreneurial Kissel family of Hartford, WI, was the Kissel Motor Car Company. The first Kissel Kar was manufactured in 1905, a 4-cylinder runabout with shaft drive. The earliest cars were bodied by a sleigh manufacturer and […]

1931 Duesenberg Model J Roadster “Green Hornet”

The Classic enthusiast will behold this Duesenberg at first glance and wonder what looks so familiar. Finally, it will click: The body resembles a Packard roadster of 1930–31. The reason, of course, is that the body is a Packard roadster of that vintage. The body, as noted by prominent Duesenberg […]

1933 Marmon Sixteen Convertible Sedan

“The Marmon Sixteen looks like no other car. It borrows little from the past. It will lend much to the future. It is the one example of unhampered coordination of effort by artist and engineer.” — Marmon advertising, 1931 The model Sixteen debuted in 1931. Extensive use of aluminum in […]