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      CSX 2093 was the 93rd Cobra built and is one of only eight cars modified with the Shelby-developed Dragonsnake package designed to maximize drag racing performance. Depending on options, the package could swell the bottom line to a whopping $8,990, a huge sum in 1960s-era dollars.

      Owned by Jim Costilow and piloted by drag racer Bruce Larson, later of USA-1 ...
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      When Chrysler introduced the redesigned Hemi engine in 1964, it immediately dominated NASCAR and NHRA racing. NASCAR, worried that its fabled parity was threatened, announced a ban of the Hemi engine for the 1965 season. Ronnie Householder, who was Chrysler’s Director of Racing in the 1960's, made the decision to “pull” ace driver Richard Petty, who was the ...
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      This 1963 Pontiac Tempest Le Mans 421 Super Duty Factory Experimental Lightweight is 1 of the 6 examples produced and it is one of only two remaining. After Mickey Thompson and Royal Pontiac dominated Super Stock and A/FX in 1962 with their own specially-prepared Tempest racers, GM’s Pontiac Motor Division took aim at the ...
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      One of just 69 (plus two prototypes) of these special ZL-1 Camaros were ever produced and it is believed that less than 50 remain in existence today. This example was ordered and sold new at Lavery Chevrolet, Inc. of Alliance, Ohio. It is one of only three ZL1s equipped with the COPO 9737 Sports ...
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      This incredible 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible is an impressive custom build with a multitude of features including:

      ENGINE: Pro-built 474 cu. in. V-8 by Curt Harvey of CH Enterprises, Dyno tested at 512 hp @ 5,350 rpm and 568 ft. lbs. of torque at 4,300 rpm, equipped with “Mr. 409” Crankshaft - balanced steel 454, Ross Forged Pistons, 10:1 compression ratio, Isky #3105 Roller Cam, Block align-bored, ...
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      This C-cab is a tribute car to the Monagram model of the PADDY WAGON from the seventies, we all remember as a kid building on the dining room table .Hoping one day when we got older we could drive it down main street for all to see ! Heres you're chance to do just that. Everywhere it goes attracts a crowd, ...
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      Stunningly finished in Rio Red and Arctic White with a correct tri-tone interior, this traffic stopping, first-year Impala is an AACA National First Prize Winner with multiple Best of Show awards and the Classic Chevy International Platinum Certificate to its credit. In addition, it has been featured ...
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      The Classic Chevy Pick at the Goodguys Fall 2012 Del Mar, California Nationals, this custom restoration was done with virtually no expense spared over an 18-month period. It features a classic and nostalgic look with unique modern upgrades. The fully performance-built 383 cu. in. stroker engine was equipped ...
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      This Nova features a Corvette LS1 engine mated to a GM 4L60 automatic transmission with a Lokar shifter. Underpinnings are completely updated with a TCI coil-over independent front suspension, Mustang II rack-and-pinion steering, tubular A-arms, OA1 coil-over shocks, dropped spindles, sway bars, four-wheel GM disc ...
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      A fresh, frame-up “nut and bolt” restoration and customization of an original steel-bodied F100, riding on a powder-coated frame with a custom suspension equipped with coil-over shocks and an anti-sway bar. Power is delivered by a rebuilt 351 Windsor V-8 with a Shelby retro-influenced look and performance, ...
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      Having piloted numerous Top Fuelers and Funny Cars since the 1960s, Kenny Bernstein returned to drag racing full-time and full-throttle with his self-sponsored Chelsea King Funny Car and fully-equipped operation. Commissioned by racing-engine legend Ed Pink, the Chelsea King was built and prepared by the best using only the best. The leading-edge ...
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      This incredible 1970 Oldsmobile 442 “W-Machine” is a three-owner car from new. While Robert “Rug” Kazley knew exactly what he wanted and ordered a W-30 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible at Fullerton, California’s Hansel Oldsmobile, he was forced to wait six months until March 4, 1970 to finally take delivery of his dream car.

      Options specified by “Rug” included the W-30 455 cubic-inch engine, a four-speed manual transmission, 3.91:1 rear gears, and the extremely rare W-27 aluminum rear-axle carrier and housing cover. In fact, this 442 is the sole known example ordered new with the W-27 option, which was offered as a regular-production option only for 1970. Other items chosen by “Rug” included the Rally Package, 8-Track tape deck, and no floor console, with Galleon Gold paint, a white convertible top, white upholstery, steel wheels with “poverty” caps, and stripe delete. However, when the 442 was finally delivered to Hansel Oldsmobile, the car arrived with black side stripes anyway, consequently making the 442 a very rare three-color car.
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