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Here's a classic muscle car that's sure to turn heads. This 1968 Pontiac GTO represents the model at a great time - at the debut of its second generation, when its manufacturer added some well-chosen aesthetic changes that built upon the GTO's already exalted status on the boulevard. A muscle car version of a tuxedo, it wears an outstanding black coat with a white interior and is powered by a n...
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2007 Monaco Knight M-38PDQ COMPLETE SOLAR SETUP New tires September 2016 - 20000 mis on tires 55654 mis. EXTRAS (8) 165 Watt Solar Panels USA made 25 yr warranty new 2017 TPMS (Tire Pressure sensor) System for ten tires Progressive EMS HW50C - Hardwired RV Surge and Electrical Protector System two Deep Cycle Coach Batteries new 2017 (Now 6 total) Eco Charger (fees engine batteries after coach b...
This 1973 Camaro Z/28 RS Tribute is evidence that second-generation F-bodies are some of the best cars GM ever put out. The vivid paint job recent and works quite well on the sleek shape, incorporating traditional details that make it look timeless. Add in a nicely appointed interior and a strong running small block, and you have an easy summertime cruiser that looks like a million bucks and ru...
Just watch, these cool pickups are going to be the next big thing. In 1979, this Dodge Lil' Red Express truck was about as close as you were going to get to a real muscle car with a full bed, and I doubt we'll ever get an OEM building a truck with chrome stacks, wood paneling, and this much personality. With only 5,118 'Lil Reds built in 1979, these cool trucks are becoming more collectable eac...
If you're not driving a vintage Buick, we have only one question: why not? Cars like this 1972 Buick Skylark Custom are affordable V8 fun that deliver more luxury, more comfort, and just as much performance as a comparable Chevelle, all for thousands less. Look around and I doubt you'll find a cleaner and more affordable A-body with factory A/C than this! The bright finish in this Buick is the ...
The all-new Sting Ray (now two words) hit the market in 1968 and totally transformed America's sports car for decades to come. You can still see echoes of this 1968 Corvette in today's design, and with a silky blue paint job, some nice factory options, and a great-running small block, this is the Corvette that you've been waiting for. LeMans Blue is exactly the shade you want on a Corvette, and...
This 1968 Chevelle SS 396 is sure to hit a few high notes with Chevy fans: Big block engine. Show quality paint. Factory A/C. And 100% ready to rumble. This stunning frame-off restored Chevelle is one of the most impressive muscle cars we have in our inventory, so do yourself a good deed and take a closer look. Classic Tripoli Turquoise sure looks good on the Chevelle, doesn't it? Chevy's inter...
With the unprecedented success of the GTO, Oldsmobile was quick to get in on the early muscle car action with the 442. By the time this 1968 Oldsmobile 442 was built, the big A-body bruiser had already established itself as a formidable performer, but one for grown-ups, and as such, it offers things like A/C, a sophisticated color combination, and a great ride. Ivory is this 442's original colo...
Just as they were more than 50 years ago, Mustangs are fast, fun, and affordable ways to get around. Traditional ponies like this 1966 Ford Mustang coupe are a great way to own an icon without spending a ton of money, and when they carry a few clever updates, they make wonderful hobby vehicles that can still be enjoyed every day. Seriously, if you could own a classic V8-powered Mustang coupe fo...
If you're in the mood for a future classic or a retro hauler, stop scrolling and read through, because you've stumbled across a staff-favorite listing. For the price of a 7-year-old Silverado you can have a great looking, 350-powered 1/2-ton with a HUGE amount of eye appeal! This is a 1976 GMC Sierra 1500, loaded as the top-of-the-line truck for comfort and convenience options. Additionally, it...
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