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If you’re looking for one of the ultimate American muscle cars, the 1970 AMX has got to be near the top of the list. This little recognized muscle monster has all of the collector car qualifications; rarity, extreme performance & great eye appeal!!! Let’s start with rarity. Only 4116 AMX’s were produced in 1970 with only 1632 bearing the 390/4-speed combination. Narrow that even further as this AMX has the highly desirable “Go-Pack” as well as many of the Dealer installed High Performance options from the “Group 19” package including an Offenhauser aluminum intake with dual Holley 4 barrel carbs, headers, Lakewood scatter shield/bell housing, limited slip diff, electronic ignition & many other goodies, pushing the horse power over the 400 mark as noted by the NHRA. The option list on this AMX is also extremely desirable including factory AC, close ratio power steering, power disc brakes & tilt steering.
The previous owner, a doctor from Saginaw, Michigan, had minor cosmetic reconditioning performed on a no rust, no hit original sheet metal body. All panels are laser straight with great fit & finish.The car was originally a “Shadow Mask” version but the doctor opted to have the nose painted in the same gloss black as the rest of the body. The interior is in showroom new condition with all vinyl, carpets, dash pad & trim renewed with NOS components as needed.
To drive this car is a real treat with “break neck” power, great steering & brake response yet with all of the comfort options available in the day.
One thing is for sure…you won’t see another 70 AMX, 390 Go-Pack/Group 19, 4-speed with all the toys, at any car show or cruise nite you’ll attend. We’ve owned the car since 2003 & haven’t seen another like it!!


The Amphicar is an amphibious automobile, the first such vehicle mass-produced for sale to the public starting in 1961. The German vehicle was designed by Hanns Trippel and manufactured by the Quandt Group at Lübeck and at Berlin-Borsigwalde. Its name is a portmanteau of “amphibious” and “car”. The Amphicar was designed to be marketed and sold in the USA. Compared to most boats or cars, its performance was modest, and only 4000 were produced by 1965. Nevertheless, it is still among the most successful amphibious civilian autos of all time, and still often prized and preserved as novelty collectible automobiles today.

BMW 507 Roadster

The 507 frame is a shortened 503 frame, the wheelbase having been reduced from 2,835 millimetres (111.6 in) to 2,480 millimetres (98 in). Overall length is 4,835 millimetres (190.4 in), and overall height is 1,257 millimetres (49.5 in). Curb weight is about 1,330 kilograms (2,930 lb). The body was almost entirely hand-formed of aluminium, and no two models were exactly the same.

Front suspension is parallel double wishbones, with torsion bar springs and an anti-roll bar. Rear suspension has a live axle, also sprung by torsion bars, and located by a Panhard rod and a central, transverse A-arm to control acceleration and braking forces. Brakes are Alfin drum brakes of 284.5 mm (11.2 in) diameter, and power brakes were optional. Late-model 507s had front Girling disc brakes.
The engine is BMW’s aluminium alloy OHV V8, of 3,168 cubic centimetres (193.3 cu in) displacement, with pushrod-operated overhead valves. It had two Zenith 32NDIX two-barrel carburetors, a chain-driven oil pump, high-lift cams, a different spark advance curve, polished combustion chamber surfaces, and a compression ratio of 7.8:1, yielding 150 metric horsepower (110 kW) DIN at 5,000 rpm. It is mated to a close ratio four-speed manual transmission.  A contemporary road test of a 507 with the standard 3.70:1 final drive was reported in Motor Revue, stating a 0–100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration time of 11.1 seconds and a top speed of 122 mph.

Buick Wildcat Convertible

An absolutely stunning example of a 1st year Wildcat Convertible, that is entirely original with the exception of one repaint in its correct white color. The car has been garaged its entire life and was pampered by its two elderly previous owners, which is why it still retains its excellent original convertible top, back window and top pads along with the convertible top boot. The glass is mint original including the graduated tint windshield, and the original carpeting, door panels, and seats are in “time-warp” condition. The steering wheel does not have so much as a scratch, nor a crack. The dash and pad and gauges and interior chrome are commensurate with the rest of the interior. Even the trunk retains its original lining material and cardboard along with the spare, jack and hold downs…all in excellent original preserved condition.

The body panels are “arrow-straight” and the floors and trunk sheet metal are in fabulous un-altered original shape. The brushed aluminum exterior and stainless trim glistens like new. The 401-Nailhead V-8 generates 425 lbs/ft of ultra-smooth torque and puts out 325 horsepower at 4400rpm via its 4-barrel carburetor, resulting in the ultimate in luxury performance of the day.

As the saying goes, “cars are only original once” and this Wildcat is perhaps the finest original-condition, unrestored car that we’ve ever had to offer.

Guaranteed to please!

El Camino


Here is one of the most desirable “Hot Rod Trucks” in the market!  One of only 1,973 El Caminos produced with the brutish 454/360 HP mill, this LS5 monster will pull a full load, your boat…or house…or smoke the tires to the rims. The choice is yours !!!  The power is put down through a 3:59 12 bolt posi via an M-22 4-speed. If you really want to jack up the torque, re-install the original 4:10 posi that comes with the car.

Power steering, power disc brakes, center console, bucket seats, everything works including the clock. Not a show car but much, much, much better than a driver. It’s a very strong #2 car that needs absoloutely nothing to be thoroughly enjoyed for many years to come.

This is a no rust, no hit, no stories SS-454 that will put a smile on any “motor head’s” face.

Chevrolet Nova SS L-79

Chevrolet’s “LITTLE GIANT”, the 1966 Nova SS L-79. Starting life as an unregistered “drag strip killer” in Cleveland, this Nova SS had quite the notoriety on the strips & streets of Ohio! Showing off it’s victory tally are the series of hash marks etched on the inside of the glovebox door. This particular Nova was later featured on the factory Nova poster published in the late 70’s where you can still see the tow bar mounts under the front bumper.

Having been lovingly owned by the same couple from 1990 to 2004 only 28,756 miles have accrued though it’s total ownership history. Re-finished in it’s original Regal Red color, the original, never rusted never replaced sheet metal is as straight as they come with the black bucket seat, column mounted tach, center console SS interior just as “showroom” new! A tribute to it’s exquisite condition is the Silver Award achieved at the 1991 Nova Nationals in York, Pa. scoring 825 points in the judging.

The fun stuff really happens when you turn the key & the 350 horse power 327 comes to life & puts the power down through the M20 4-speed & limited slip diff… Better hide your “pink slip”!!!

This wonderful muscle car runs, drives, performs & even smells like a new 66 Nova SS.

No disappointments here!!

Chevrolet Corvette Split Window Fuelie

Sorry, This One is SOLD…SOLD…SOLD!!!
Very low mileage survivor with correct matching numbers throughout. Three known owners with one repaint reported over the original paint as physically verified by the bonding strips showing through the paint on all bonded surfaces. The interior is original as well, in incredibly well preserved condition testifying to the 51,000 miles recorded on the odometer. Overall this is a wonderful example of the first Fuel Injected Stingray Corvette. It performs as it did when new with no excuses!!!

Chevrolet Corvette 427/435hp Convertible


We acquired this iconic Corvette Roadster from a well known Corvette collector in Marietta, Georgia. This Big Block Vette has a very interesting & documented history that was capped off with a ground up restoration by the famed Corvette Restoration Specialists, The Nabor Brothers. Sporting it’s original 435hp/427ci engine, the power goes down through the 4-speed gearbox & limited slip differential. The brute force of the “big block” is nicely amplified through the signature side exhausts. Drivability is enhanced with factory power steering & 4 wheel disc brakes. The Sunfire Yellow exterior combined with the Black Stinger hood & Black interior make this one of the most eye appealing Corvettes ever produced.

Chevrolet Corvette 327/Fuel Injected Convertible

Sorry, This one is SOLD…SOLD…SOLD!!!

It took almost 7 years to find a worthy replacement for our original 63 Fuelie roadster that fell victim to an unfortunate accident. But the wait was well worth the discovery of this wonderfully preserved NCRS Top Flight example. This original

63 Fuelie underwent an exhaustive “body off” restoration back in the 90’s & has travelled less than 1,000 miles since. This car was featured at one of the NCRS Top Flight meets in Florida where Zora Duntov(father of the Corvette) & Larry Shinoda(designer of the Sting Ray) were in attendance & autographed the underside of the hood attesting to the quality of this wonderful automobile. This Corvette came along at an opportune time as we had just recently parted with the “book end” 1963 Sebring Silver Split Window Fuelie that had been part of our collection for many years. Now the barn is overfull again, & it’s time to “thin out the herd” a bit.

A spectacular example that is ready to drive cross country or participate at the top of the mountain at any Corvette event!!!