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American Muscle Collection
1965 Ford Mustang GT
A blast from the past!! This STANG has been completely restored and is known as a Resto-mod (restored yet slightly modified). It's a 4 seater and drives like a dream. Jump in this beauty and you automatically feel as if you should be heading up the coast with your friends for a little R&R and she's toned down just a bit to not be noticed yet……well, noticed.
Ford Mustang 1965
   
1967 Ford AC Cobra (tribute)
After retiring from a very successful racing career, Carroll Shelby set his sights on sports car construction. His first project was the Cobra. There is a great racing heritage with these cars. This particular tribute car boasts a 425hp clevor motor weighing in around 2,000 lbs. If you want to get noticed and be heard coming from a mile a way, this is the car for you.
1967 Ford Cobra
   
1968 Chevelle
One of the most Iconic muscle cars of our era is this "SLEEPER" 4 seater Chevelle, packed with power. In 1968 GM redesigned the Chevelle to further emphasize the "COKE BOTTLE" look. This semi-fastback roofline for hardtop coupes became extremely popular and is why it is in demand today for collectors of all sorts. You can get in to this car with your significant other and another couple and speed away to your desired destination in comfort from an era where muscle and power was it's primary concern. With storage for todays traveling couple and design that will always be eye catching, you can't go wrong with this '68
1968 Chevelle
   
1969 Corvette
The third generation Corvette, patterned after the Marko Shark II concept car, was introduced for the 1968 model year and lasted until 1982. C3 coupes featured the first use of T-top removable roof panels and were sold in record numbers. The Corvette's 25th anniversary was celebrated in 1978 with a two-tone Silver Anniversary Edition and an Indy Pace Car replica edition. It was the first time that a Corvette was used as a Pace Car for Indianapolis 500.
1969 Corvette
   
1980 Bandit
This is the ultimate of Tributes when it comes to BANDIT cars. Don't know the movie? Then check out "Smokey and the Bandit." This is a 1980 Trans Am that has been restored with a little bit of 21st century flare. Done in a flat black for todays hot rodder and boasting a professionally built 355 chevy from Maloofs' Racing. She puts out over 400 ponies yet is geared for +20 mpg on the highway. Jump in her and take off.....but, beware of SMOKIES!
1980 Bandit
   
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