First Year American Muscle Car Legend: the 1964 Pontac GTO

The Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO) has a charming story behind its development, in which John DeLorean dropped a 389 cubic inch engine in a Pontiac Tempest as an experiment – just to see how it worked. According to the legend, upper management thought they would never sell so much as 500 GTOs and didn’t like that the GTO exceeded ten pounds of body weight for each cubic inch of engine displacement, but eager customers had ordered over 5,000 of these mid-sized muscle cars.

1964 Pontiac GTO for Sale

1964 Pontiac GTO for Sale on eBay

Looking to Buy a 1964 Pontiac GTO?

Can you imagine yourself sliding behind the wheel of this bold, red performance machine, turning the key and feeling the power surge and the heady growl of the engine waiting to take you anywhere you want to go., then feeling the surge of power as you shift her into gear and hit the gas?

The Vermillion red GTO featured above started life an entirely different color; it was Gulfstream Aqua with a dark aqua interior, and the seller mentions having the build sheet from Pontiac Historic Services.

This GTO has had three owners, and as a ten-year project, this performance machine was completely restored by the second owner who kept the original engine and 4-speed transmission intact while changing some other details to make this ride even sweeter than it already was.

Some comfort features were added to the interior during the restoration process, such as adding sound-deadening Dynamat to the flooring and panels and installing a custom sound system that includes a CD player installed in the trunk.

Thanks for taking the time to read about this beautiful ’64 GTO, and be sure to check out this classic Goat on eBay by clicking on the image above if you would like to see the rest of the details on it.

By Laure Justice

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Heavy and Heavenly 1949 Hudson Super Six Lead Sled

The long, thick lines and smooth, aerodynamic  curves of the 1949 Hudson Super Six make it a stunning car to turn into a lead sled, as evidenced by the elegant, sledded-out museum piece shown below.

1949 Hudson Super Six for Sale

1949 Hudson Super Six for Sale on eBay

Information About the 1949 Hudson Super Six

The 1949 Hudson Super Six was released as a full sized luxury notchback coupe, with (according to Automobile-Catalog) a naturally-aspirated 4-stroke Six-262 engine.

(The ’49 Hudson Super 6 shown above is listed for sale on eBay, the listing mentions the car still has the straight six and cork clutch.)

Info on the ’49 Hudson Super Six Shown Above

This 1949 Hudson Super Six runs but the ‘surface needs work; according to the seller, and it is a one-owner, museum-owned vehicle, and it has undergone a few pretty cool modifications.

Let’s visit the interior first since that’s a comfort detail for whoever buys this beauty – the interior has been reupholstered, and from what is visible in the photos, it looks pretty nice.

Why this 1949 Hudson Is a Lead Sled

(I do realize most everyone reading here already knows the terminology, but I don’t want to assume that – so I like to put a few words of definition on terms related to some of articles about these customized vehicles.)

The chrome has been shaved off the doors and leaded in. (I’m ashamed to say I didn’t notice the absence of handles at first glance.)

One last feature I would like to point out on this Hudson Super Six is on the front end – recessed, Frenched headlights that add to smooth, clean lines of this amazing 1949 custom car.

If you would like to learn more about this ’49 Hudson led sled, which is for sale, as of the posting of this article, click on the photo and it will take you right to the listing, or browse around this site to read about some other beautiful classic cars.

by Laure Justice

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Slammed and Chopped 1953 Chevrolet Pickup

I was looking for a rat rod to write about this afternoon, and I got distracted from my quest when I ran across this awesome slammed and chopped 1953 Chevrolet pickup truck.

!953 Chevrolet Pickup; Classic Truck for Sale

!953 Chevrolet Pickup; Classic Truck for Sale on eBay

Check Out This Customized 1953 Chevrolet Pickup Truck!

In 1953, Dwight Eisenhower became President, Peter Pan flew into literary history, and the slammed and chopped Chevy truck in the picture above rolled off the production line.

Okay, some other stuff happened, too, and this truck looked a lot different back then, too.


This customized truck has been slammed, which at its very simplest definition, means it sits very low to the ground, with its frame, obviously, I guess, having a very low clearance.


A chopped top is also part of the customization this truck has undergone – and at its simplest, the term means a section has been removed from the pillars on the cab, and the windshield has been sectioned to accommodate the shorter space.

The stunning mate black and vibrant blue theme is carried through to the interior of this ’53 Chevy truck, with black seats featuring blue welt for contrast, a blue steering wheel, and incredible lacy blue floral graphics painted over a black base on the dashboard.

This truck is a piece of art just as much as it is a vehicle, and it’s listed for sale or trade on eBay and there will be a couple more photos dropped on the Classifieds page here on the site if you want to check them out.

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Ratting Around in a 1930 Model A Rat Rod

I usually think of a rat rod as a car with a lot of patina and a lot of power, so I hesitated a moment when I saw the shine on this chopped top, channeled 1930 Model A Rat Rod – but – it’s edgy enough to fall in the rat rod category and it definitely brings the power with its 350 cubic inch Chevy engine, and its 350 turbo transmission.

1930 Ford Model A Rat Rod for Sale

1930 Ford Model A Rat Rod for Sale on eBay

Looking to Buy a 1930 Model A Rat Rod?

I want to start by mentioning that this rat rod is listed for sale on eBay, and you can tell at a glance it’s going to be a head-turner and totally fun driver for whoever picks it up.

This car already has a lot going for it, and it also has some things that need some work, and the seller details those with a great deal of honesty and even made sure to show the places that need work in his photos, so there’s no guessing or wondering what you need to take care of with this ride.

While this chopped and channeled ’30 Ford Model A is a  great rat rod, it also wouldn’t take a lot to fix up the rough spots and transition it into a classic street rod.

For example, the seats don’t match anything but the red rims on the car, and they aren’t fastened in because they’re too tall for the car.

I was looking on specs for the original height of the 1930 Model A and didn’t find anything, but I did find that there were three million Model A’s built and they came in nine different body styles.

Production of the Ford Model A ended in 1932 with a total of 4,858,644 Models A’s produced from October of 1927 (1928 models) through the end of the A line production.

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Black Ice: Stunning 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe Street Rod

While drivers in northern climates try to avoid black ice on the road, this Black Ice 1938 Chevy Business coupe street rod is the kind of ride no one would want to avoid, and this stunning street rod is up for sale if you’re looking to buy a street rod that really stands out.

1938 Chevy Business Coupe Street Rod for Sale

1938 Chevy Business Coupe Street Rod for Sale on eBay

Black Ice: Stunning 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe Street Rod

This ’38 street rod, named Black Ice according to the listing, has some incredible modifications, and it is a beautiful example of classic iron combined with modern technology.

This one of a kind custom ride features all-wheel drive and is powered by a 4.3 Liter v-6 Syclone turbo charged, plus fuel injected, and intercooled engine, and it has a functional computer and emission control systems.

Thanks to professional craftsmanship and obviously being a well cared for and maintained investment, this all-steel Chevy street rod is as much a piece of art as a it is a vehicle, and this show-stopper has been featured in Street Rodder magazine.

The seller notes that this 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe street rod is a project that was completed in June 1993 and it took 205 man hours, plus a chunk of money, to create this amazing ride.

The car has a lot more features that add to its value and the pleasure it would give its new owner, and rather than list each feature here, I invite you to click on the image to visit the eBay listing where this 1938 Chevy business coupe street rod is listed for sale.

The seller offers, in the listing, to share more photos and even video footage of the car driving down the freeway, as well, so if you are looking for a street rod to buy, or if you just want to get a better look at this stunner, be sure to visit the listing and make contact with the seller on this amazing car.

THIS, is the kind of Black Ice you want to encounter on the roads.

By Laure Justice

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Fanning the Flames in a 1939 Ford Roadster Convertible Street Rod

Check out the subtle flames on this 1939 Ford Roadster convertible street rod! Imagine driving down the highway or cruising around town in this beauty!

1939 Ford Roadster Convertible for Sale

1939 Ford Roadster Convertible for Sale on eBay

Are Your Looking for a Hot 1939 Ford Roadster Convertible Street Rod?

If you answered “Yes” to that, then be sure to click on the image and check out this flamed street rod on eBay.

The seller goes into a lot of detail, and notes that this ride is also listed for sale some other places. (That translates to – if you want it, don’t dawdle.)

The custom paint on this rod is Wedgewood blue with color-changing ghost flamework, and it features a ’39 Gibbons body and a ’39 Ford grille.

The shine continues in the engine compartment, where the 300 HP 350 cubic inch V8 has a chromed water pump and a polished power steering canister, plus a polished Edelbrock carburetor and polished intake manifold.

The shimmer doesn’t stop there, though, because the 100 amp alternator and the A/C compressor are also chrome, plus even the exhaust system is polished to a pristine shine.

The customized interior features reclining bucket seats, leather covered door panels, and tilt steering wheel.

The seller mentions that this car has received the first and second place Best of Show and Best Interior awards at several shows, and on top of it’s beauty, it’s not a trailer queen, it’s a reliable machine that you can drive anywhere.

This is where I would normally add some general specs about the model of car I’m writing about, but since this is a customized street rod, I’m going to stop and encourage you to visit the listing, because the seller included so many details, I had to summarize quite a bit.

By Laure Justice

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The Resplendent 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

For a ride in a car that combines elegance and the power of a true muscle car, you need look no farther than the 1965 Pontiac GTO. And, if you want a taste of this resplendence to own, check out the convertible GTO shown below, which is for sale on eBay as of the posting of this article.

1965 Pontiac GTO for Sale

1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible for Sale on eBay

Interested in Owning Your Own ’65 Pontiac GTO Convertible?

This black on black ’65 GTO convertible which is listed for sale on eBay features a powerful 389 cubic inch V8 engine and a 4-speed transmission, and as noted by the sleelr, it has 3,000 miles on it since its restoration was completed.

The seller shares a 28-point condition checklist in the listing, and also notes that this car was in very nice, rust-free condition even before undergoing the restoration process, and that each step of the restoration process has been documented.

Some Basic 1965 GTO Info

While the 65 GTO had the body shell of the 64 GTO, as noted by Edmunds, it had a redesigned front end that featured stacked dual headlamps, a recessed grill, chromed tail lights with ribbing, and a decorative hood scoop. The biggest change, though, was that it had more power than the ’64.

A total of 75,352 1965 GTOs rolled off the production line, with only 11,311 of them being convertible, like the one featured in the photo.

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Open-Air Cruising in the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

Imagine the joy and freedom of cruising in the fresh, open air and the roar of the powerful Mopar engine as you hit the gas pedal in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda convertible, like this stunning blue model that’s for sale on eBay as of the posting of this article.

1970 PLymouth Barracuda for Sale

This stunning 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is for sale on eBay

Looking to Buy a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible?

The Barracuda shown above is a rare and cool model. The paint color is B7 blue, and its 383 rallye dash has been restored. Only 3.700 miles have been logged on the car since its restoration, and the seller mentions that its 383 hp engine starts and runs great.

The car has been completely detailed, and you can see in the photos in the listing that it is beautiful inside and out. The seller does note that there is some cloudiness on the rear window. A lot of features and specifics are included in the listing for this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda convertible, and you can just click on the image or the link right under it to visit the listing if you want to see more.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Specs

Some basic specs on the ’70 Barracuda include:

The body style of the ’70 Barracuda was the ‘E-body’ and while it was similar in shape to the Dodge Challenger that year, according to My Classic Garage, the Barracuda was three inches shorter in total length.

Engines offered in the ’70 Barracuda started with the 225 cubic inch slant six up to the 440 cubic inch 440 V8; and transmission options in the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda included the TorqueFlite Auto and the 4-speed manual transmission.

Of the 50,623 Barracudas built in 1970, only 2,500 were convertibles.

By Laure Justice

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The Sleek 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2

The ’68 Mustang fastback 2+2 is the type of car that brings back memories of taking laps or going out of town cruising on a hot summer night with great music blaring and a carload of friends enjoying the ride – and the sleek orange fastback shown below is a perfect example of the cars that great memories revolve around.

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback for Sale on eBay

Looking to Buy a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback?

This vibrant orange Mustang fastback is for sale on eBay as of the publication of this article, and it’s sure to be a head-turner if you’re looking to buy a classic Mustang.

The seller shares a great story about this iconic ’68 Mustang. The car was given to a chef who was always late for work in the mid-1990s, and it inspired the chef to start getting to work on time. Then, when buying his own restaurant, he sold the car to the eBay seller with a  promise of a lifetime supply of huevos rancheros.

The seller mentions that he has over 100 pictures of the car available, so serious buyers are encouraged to reach out to him via the eBay listing, which you can access by clicking on the photo or link under it.

This fastback has new brakes, solid trunk, solid rear quarters, and has been in dry storage for about ten years, though the fuel line needs an upgrade asap. This car needs some work, but it is in driveable condition as it sits.

Some Basic ’68 Ford Mustang Specs

According to the official Ford brochure for the 1968 Mustang, three body styles were available, the convertible, the fastback 2+2 (like the one featured in the photo) and the hardtop.

Six different engine options were offered, five stanrds options and one special order – including the 115 hp 200 cubic inch six, the 195 hp 289 cubic inch Challenger V8, the 280 hp 302 cubic inch Challenger Special V8, the 280 hp 390 cubic inch Thunderbird V8, the 325 hp 390 cubic inch Thunderbird Special V8, and the high-performance 302 V8 that was only available by special order.

By Laure Justice

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Bringing the Muscle with a 1967 Chevy Nova

Just for a moment, picture yourself driving down the street in a classic 1967 Chevy Nova with the radio blasting your favorite tunes and the wind blowing your hair through the open window. Everyone turns to look as you go by, and you feel on top of the world. Now, let me tell you, that scene, with you as the star, can be real because the yellow ’67 Nova shown below is listed for sale on eBay as of the publication of this article, to visit the listing, just click on the picture or the ad link directly under the image.

1967 Chevy Nova Muscle Car

1967 Chevy Nova image courtesy of 12hd12

Information About the 1967 Chevy Nova Shown Above

The Butternut yellow 1967 Chevrolet Nova shown above is powered by a 283 engine and it features automatic shift.  The seller describes the car as being like a Yenko SS L79 327 396 427 Supersport, and it is certainly a truly stunning machine.

The body of this ’67 Nova appears to be in great condition, you can see in the pics how the chrome shimmers, and the seller describes the interior as looking as good as brand new !

The carpet in the trunk appears to be perfect, and the engine compartment looks utterly pristine.

Some General ’67 Chevrolet Nova Specs

’67 Nova Engine Options: The Nova came, according to My Classic Garage, with four different engine options in 1967; these included the 194 cubic inch displacement (CID) Hi-Thrift, the 230 cubic inch displacement (CID) Turbo-Thrift 230, the 283 cubic inch displacement (CID) Turbo-Fire (Which is the engine featured in the car shown above) and the 327 cubic inch displacement (CID) Turbo-Fire 327.

1967 Chevy Nova Transmission Options: There types of transmissions were offered from the factory in the Nova for 1967. These were the Powerglide automatic, the fully synched 4-speed manual transmission, and the fully synched 3-speed tranny.

How Many Novas Were Produced in 1967?

A total of 57,700 Chevy Novas rolled off the production line for 1967, with a total of 15 different exterior colors and 7 different Nova interior colors.

By Laure Justice

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