The 1963 Buick Special had many refinements for the the model year before a complete makeover for 1964, making the 1963s kind of a stand alone one year only style. Our little Buick Special convertible is a sweet little car having undergone a complete, professional cosmetic restoration just a few years ago and used very little since. Powered by its original "Fireball Six" (135 H.P.) engine and automatic transmission.
Options would include: Custom Exterior Trim Molding, Driver Side Remote Mirror, White Wall Tires, Cig. Lighter, AM Radio, Manual Convertible Top with Matching Top Boot, Full Wheel Covers, Factory Rear Fender Skirts, Custom Fuel Door Trim. As stated this car was treated to a complete cosmetic restoration and done to a very high quality. Professional repaint was done on this laser straight, rust free body. Nearly all chrome appears to be new or polished and the red interior is just about perfect. Brand new radial white wall tires were recently installed. Runs and drives like an absolute dream.
This is a whole lot of car for the money and is ready to drive and enjoy. $17,900.00
The Chevrolet Nova has always been a favorite with Hotrodders and Drag Racers due to its light weight and great looks. Our little Pro Street 1971 Nova started life as a 6 cylinder car that was to be used as cheap economical transportation. This car was reborn just about four years ago into the Ground Pounding Pro Street Rocket Ship you see here. The 496 cubic inch motor was dyno at 720 H.P. 13.1 compression, Polished Dart Heads, 749 Lift Camshaft, 750 CFM Demon Dual Feed Carb. TCI Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission with B&M Pistol Grip Shifter, 4200 Stall Converter, MSD Billet Distributor, MSD 6 AL Ignition, Electric Water Pump, 9 inch Ford rear End with 4.56 gears and Locker and 4 link. Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Rear Aluminum Adjustable Coil Over Shocks. This car is a ALL steel body with absolutely NO rust or rust repair and painted 1969 Chevrolet Hugger Orange. Fiberglass Hood with 4 inch scoop. All brand New Trim and Chrome Bumpers. 15X3.5 Weld Wheels up front and Weld 15X15 Wheels with 31X18.5 Mickey Thompson rear tires. Brand New Interior Door Panels Front and Rear , New Carpet and Dashpad, 6 Point Roll Cage and 5 point Racing Harness Seatbelts. Built For the Street!!! NEVER RACED. This build was over $75K when completed. Super High Quality Professional Build! $34900
Monte Carlo SS!! Super Sport Excitement, Monte Carlo Style!! Throughout it`s six year run most were driven and enjoyed and now thirty plus years later finding a nice, clean low mileage example is a difficult undertaking. Our 1986 Monte Carlo SS has lived the "Good Life" as it has only 34,000 actual, original miles with its one owner from new. Still wearing it`s code 78 maroon paint with all original maroon cloth bucket seat interior. Options are Tilt Steering Column, Cruise Control, Delay Wipers, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Tachometer and Full Gauge Package, Trip Odometer, Right and Left Remote Sport Mirrors, Color Keyed Floor Mats, Rear Window Defrost, Bucket Seats and Full Console, Aluminum Wheels with New B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A Raised White Letter Tires, Electronically Tuned AM/FM Stereo Radio with Seek and Scan, Stereo Cassette Tape with Search and Repeat, Graphic Equalizer, Extended Range Speakers and Digital Clock. This Super Sport is also equipped with the G80 Positraction Rear End with 3.73 gears. Never abused, this car has had only the very best of care throughout its life and has a sky clean car fax.Comes with original paperwork, showroom brochure and postcard. Just completely serviced and and ready to enjoy. $19,900.00
One of just 2,827 units produced, the 1997 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 is pretty hard to come by. WS6 stands for Wide Suspension six pieces. This got you thicker sway bars and stiffer springs. The WS6 also got you a functional "RAM AIR" hood scoop and a free flowing exhaust. Horsepower and torque also got a bump from 305 & 320 on the standard Trans Am to 320 H.P. and 345 F.P. of torque on the WS6 with the all new LS Corvette style all aluminum small block motor. Our code "10" white Trans Am WS6 is a three previous owner car that has been very well kept and driven in a midwest winter. Loaded with options : T-Tops, Power Windows, Leather Interior, Cruise Control, Rear Window Defrost, Duel Power Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Updated Pioneer AM/FM CD Stereo System. Clean Car Fax. This car runs and drives exceptionally well and hard to find in this condition at this price. $10,900.00
Extremely Rare 1963 Oldsmobile Jet fire original factory Turbocharged, Methanol injected aluminum V8, hardtop coupe. Only a few of these are left on the planet in working condition (about 16).
Very original survivor, all stock. This car is rust-free from day 1. Always garage kept. It is in incredible original survivor condition for a 56 year old car. You will be hard pressed to find a better example.
Everything works as it should, it runs and drives great with no issues, and it is fast.
The Jet fire is very rare and hardly ever seen! It gets LOTS of attention at shows. This is a previously forgotten and car model and always draws a crowd..
This is a real and original Turbo Jet fire for the serious collector.
The Oldsmobile Jet fire was only made for 2 years and is the World's first Turbocharged Production car. A few thousand were built. Most people have never heard of these special cars, and with a lot of Turbos being used in many late model cars these days, it has become Historically Significant and a Benchmark Automobile as the first one ever.
Jet fires were Special Built: Jet fires were factory modified to accommodate the special TURBO ROCKET Turbocharged Engine and Methanol injection system. The body was special made for the Jet fire. In 1962 Oldsmobile took a F85 convertible body and welded on a Buick Skylark hardtop (at this time, there was not a hardtop in the F85 line up) to create the Jet fire Hardtop Coupe. Only the Jet fire was a hardtop in the F85 line. No convertible or window post Jet fires were ever made.
This engine is a work of art and an engineering masterpiece being an all-aluminum 215CI 8 cylinder with a factory turbocharger.
The Turbocharger is a Garret Ai Research T-5 built for Oldsmobile that puts out 5-7 psi of boost. The engine compression ratio is 10.25, so there is NO turbo lag. The Methanol injection system stops engine detention and is controlled by the amount of boost produced. The Turbo waste gate will open if the fluid runs out, so there is no way to damage the engine.
This motor was one of a few to have 1hp per cubic inch at the time (215hp/215ci, 301lbs torque). Curb weight is only 2750.
Firewall (cowl) tag decoded: 02A= car built February first week 1963,STYLE63 3147= 1963 Jet fire hardtop, BODY LA2831= Built in Lancing, Michigan plant, 2831th Jet fire built, TRIM 955=Red interior, PAINT C-C=Provincial White lower and upper paint, ACC=2M (nobody know what this stands for yet with these cars) and Ebony Black wheel and engine compartment paint. (some cars had painted body color engine compartment and some were painted black)
Tinted windshield, door edge guards, glare proof tilt-type mirror, Hydra-Matic drive, back-up lamps, glove box lamp, courtesy lamps(All 5 work as they should), parking brake signal lamp, deluxe radio (works!).
Jet fire model standard options included: Turbo Rocket Engine (only engine available in Jet fire model and only in Jet fire, so not really an option), floor carpets, foam padded front and rear seat cushions, safety padded instrument panel, chrome roof drip moldings, chrome roof moldings ,windshield washer and 2-speed wipers, front compartment console, oil filter, deluxe steering wheel, rocker panel & wheel opening moldings.
Comes with original dealer brochure.
The Engine and Transmission are numbers matching which means the engine and transmission are THE "born with" units.
V.I.N.s were not stamped on drive train components in 1963.
Engine number:S256505T= S-T is Turbo Rocket Engine code, 256505 is production number. Block number: JJ333=JJ is Jet fire only engine with longer main cap bolts, special Jet fire pistons, special Jet fire 12 point rod bolts, special Jet fire bearings. 333 is the production number. Transmission number:OX563=OX563 is Jet fire only Hydra-Matic with special valving for higher line pressures.
The original 215CI aluminum engine was just cleaned up, there are no leaks. It starts right up and goes on high idle as it should and then goes down when warmed up. It will sit and idle all day.
New Correct radiator hoses and hose clamps were used.
New correct positive and negative battery cables were used.
Replaced some factory decals in the engine compartment because the originals had small wear on them.
Transmission: Original 4 speed Jet fire only Hydra-Matic.
Rear end: Original 3:36 ratio.
4 new 175/80R13 tires on the original 13” black painted wheels.
Brakes: All new pads, drums turned, new master cylinder.
All 4 headlights are the original T-3 bulbs.
Body: Beautiful 100% rust free with all original panels even the floor. Body is still very original and straight with no waves or dents, which is rare to see. The car still retains some original paint with some correct color match paint blended. It has the look of original paint and it all matches excellent. The paint shines very nice and looks very good. There are a couple very small paint chips with correct touch of paint on. I photographed this there are about 4 on the drivers rear upper quarter panel and I believe 2 super small ones on the hood the size of a pencil point.
All glass is original in excellent condition with no scratches or chips. The car still has the original window and door weather-stripping. Trunk still has original sound deadener in center if it, also has the original trunk mat.
Exterior trim and brightwork: near all the trim is in excellent condition; Front and rear bumpers are original and the chrome is in very good condition. All the side moldings are incredible with no dents or issues. The windshield and back window trim are perfect. The lower rear window chrome trim is perfect as well with no scratches or pits. Even the front vent window door molding trim are excellent with no rust or pits and the chrome is nice the bright. The grill and rear trim under the trunk is perfect with no issues. The only chrome or brightwork pieces that have any small issues are taillight bezels. The top and sides are great but there is some small pits on the lower inside chrome. Nobody makes these new. There is a shop that has rechromed some pairs of originals but he wants $700 a pair for them.
Interior: The interior is excellent ORIGINAL condition. Original factory Turbo boost gauge and Turbo Rocket Fluid monitor works perfect. All gauges and controls work: Heater, Radio, lighter, oil and temp lights, speedometer, gas gauge, All 5 interior and glove box lights. The upholstery is original (not reproductions) and are in very good condition. The red has a metallic shine to it. The seat padding is super thick and has not deteriorated at all, the Burlap is all intact on the underside of the seats with no rips. The seat frame underside is unrusted bare metal. The front and rear seats are so nice for being 56 years old.
The carpet is original and has no rips or fading at all. The seatbelts are all original with also no tears or fading and have super clean factory tags still intact. The chrome has no pits. The steering wheel has no cracks and looks like new. The center console has no cracks and has great factory color. The dash pad is all original with no cracks or issues. The Deluxe radio is unmolested original and the original chrome is in excellent condition with no pitting. I took detailed pictures of up under the entire dash it is 100% untouched and MINT condition. You just don’t see original cars this nice that are 56 years old.
Collectors are just finding out about these cars and values have started going up fast because there is an extremely limited supply. There are a 2 or 3 examples that have sold over the past 5 years.
This car is one of the rarest cars out there as it is 1 of only a handful left with working Turbo and how many survived out of those in excellent survivor unmolested condition. 44,9
On April 25, 1967 Ruth Garster drove her 1960 Chevy to Ewing Chevrolet in Canton Ohio and traded it in on a brand new 1967 Chevelle 300 Deluxe, two door sedan.
Ruth was certainly not a flashy person as she bought the cheapest Chevelle available. The option list was pretty short. Power glide, automatic transmission and floor mats. Ruth only put 18K miles on the little 300 Deluxe in 20 years. When owner number two purchased it in 1987.
Larry was still in high school when he saw the car sitting Ruth's yard with a "for sale" sign in the window. 32 years only added 15K miles to this car until Rally Sport Classics took possession in 2019.
Our little 300 Deluxe has an original build date of second week of March 1967 at the Baltimore, Maryland assembly plant. Still wearing most of it's original code DD Nantucket Blue paint, with trim code 726 Blue cloth interior.
Still powered by the original 230 cubic inch six cylinder motor with 140 HP. Power glide transmission and 3.08 rear axle. The Chevelle is documented with it's original Protect-O-Plate, bill of sale, owners manual, original insurance papers, all in the original plastic envelope. The car has retained just about all of us it's "born with components." Original black-wall spare still resides in the trunk. All original interior, including radio delete plate and original floor mats. The car runs and drives just as tight as it did the day Ruth took delivery in April 1967.
A true unmolested, documented 1967 post Chevelle.
Rarely do you find a Camaro Convertible with such low mileage. Our 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is one-family-owned. It has only 12K original miles. The original owner was an employee of GM's Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant and was able to watch his new Camaro be assembled from beginning to end.
Our low mileage convertible is nicely optioned with the peppy 3.4 liter V6 engine with automatic over-drive transmission. Dual sport electric remote mirrors, air-conditioning, cruise control, remote rear-hatch release, fog lamps, power door locks, power window, leather wrapped steering wheel, remote keyless entry, 16 inch aluminum wheels with locks and body side moldings. Only 12K miles have been accumulated and it's always been stored properly. This Camaro has never even seen rain. Sliding behind the wheel, the car still smells new.
Documented with original window sticker, owners manual, build sheet, special lug nut instruction card, Goodyear tire warranty, courtesy key, Warranty book, Q&A brochure, roadside assistance card, all in the original leather pouch.
A very rare opportunity to own a nearly new, ultra-low-mileage Camaro Convertible.
The Chevrolet Cavalier was one of the most popular cars of the 1980's.. A few decades have passed and few quality examples remain today. Our 1989 Cavalier Z24 Convertible was ordered new by a female employee of General Motors, Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant. She was lucky enough to watch her new car be assembled from start to finish and only used the car for pleasure and special occasions. 19K actual original miles is all that have been accumulated since she took delivery. Loaded with just about every available option: Air conditioning, tilt steering column, cruise control, delay wipers, power windows, power door locks, aluminum wheels, AM/FM Delco stereo with built in graphic-equalizer, cassette player and digital clock, powered by the 2.8 liter V6 with multi-port fuel injection, and automatic transmission.
Our Z24 is still wearing it's near perfect, original dark red metallic paint and flawless black-cloth interior. Still rolling on the original Goodyear Eagle GT+4 raised white letter, radial tires.
This is a very rare opportunity to own a J-body convertible with this incredible low mileage.