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1972 GMC C2500 Pickup

This is my 1972 GMC C2500.The Truck has a 402cu.in. big block engine and a 400 Turbohydromatic Automatic Transmission. I bought this Truck three years ago from a Friend who lives in Texas, he shipped the truck from Texas to Germany. Since then this truck has been in my possession, and for me this is…

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1932-34 Ford Pickup Body and Doors

United Pacific Industries announced release of an officially licensed complete steel body 1932-1934 Ford truck shell. Every panel is accurately reproduced exactly like the original truck body and all parts are coated in black EDP primer in order to prevent any rust. Individual body panels are also available to allow customers to restore the ’32-’34…

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1964 GMC 1000 Series Pickup

I bought this pickup, which is from Oregon, numbers matching with 36,000 miles. It has undergone a cab-off restoration, previous to my purchase. Since then it has been stripped right down, minor body repair, painted and the interior replaced using era correct parts. It has undergone an engine swap from the original 230c.i. inline 6-cylinder…

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1938 Chevy Coupe

This is my all-steel 1938 Chevy Coupe. It has a Corvette LT-1 engine with a 4L60E transmission. It also has Air Ride and Vintage Air, and I am proud to say it has never been on a trailer! Rocky Howell Greenville, NC

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1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Convertible

Three years ago, I had been looking for a convertible. Originally I was looking for a ‘64 Tempest, but it turns out almost all of them had been cloned into GTOs. Then one day my grandson was visiting from Georgia and needed a haircut, so we drove downtown and on the way back we saw…

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2015 Z06 Corvette

My Corvette ZO6 is all stock and unblemished. Lots of fun to drive and can really get you in trouble if your not careful. 650 HP is a lot for a light street car. I have no plans to change or upgrade anything, just enjoy this great car the way they designed it! Steve Wilson…

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1966 Chevelle 396 SS

My Chevelle, is a rescue from a previous owner that built a car to sell, not to keep. I am slowly going thru every system and repairing it the way it should have been to keep these old classics alive. The engine is a 396 that has been highly modified, TH 400 trans and stock…

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro

I bought my Camaro in Los Angeles, CA about 3 years ago. It had exactly what I was looking for in a really clean body. Shortly after purchasing it, a big block Chevrolet 427 cubic inch engine with a 454 steel crankshaft which, that was fully internally and externally balanced with forged aluminum JE 12.5…

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1962 Cadillac

I started the restoration from an ugly duckling found in a farmer’s field in October of 2016. Located just outside of Calgary Alberta, Canada the car had sat for years and much of the body was covered with a patina of rust and flaking paint. After bringing it home, new lifters, ignition, carb and fluids…

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1972 Lincoln Mark IV

I have owned my Lincoln Mark IV for 15 years. Its all original except I replaced the vinyl roof and upgraded the ignition system and carburetor to make it more reliable and perform better. I also replaced the tires last year. The interior is red cloth and is completely original including the carpet and looks…

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