1970 Plymouth Road Runner – $55k – SOLD

This is a very rare and desirable Road Runner that came from the factory with the Lime Green paint and a pistol grip 4-speed manual transmission. This car is in solid driving condition with the numbers matching 383cid and numbers matching 4-speed tranny. The repaint is about 20 years old but still looks good with a few dings and mars here and there. The body is solid, though one of the quarter panels was replaced during that repaint. The rest of the panels are original as is all of the interior which is still soft and comfortable. The carpert were replaced at some point in its life.

The car runs and drives well, though the bias-ply tires are not the best for cruising, and are not entirely correct for the car. The glass is in excellent condition and is very clear all the way around. The black vinyl top is also in excellent condition and was replaced at the time of repaint. The color combo with 4-speed and dust-trail stripe make this a very unique and desirable car that can be enjoyed on the road.

$55,000 SOLD

1970 Dodge Dart – $7900 (SOLD)

It is rare to come across these classics that are in their original condition, especially in good running condition like this one. This is a very original 1970 Dodge Dart Custom with the legendary slant-6 engine with only 100k original miles.

The car is running and driving and has a new vinyl top that really makes the car look a lot younger than it is! The car has good tires and this original California car has no rust anywhere and has the original classic California blue and yellow plates.

The paint and interior are original as is the glass which is in very good condition. This is a nice survivor car that can be driven and enjoyed now.

$7900 – SOLD

66 Rambler 770 Cross Country Wagon – $7500 (SOLD)

Well, you do not see these every day! This 1966 Rambler 700 Cross Country Wagon has been sitting in storage for many years before we found it and now offer it for sale. We literally just pulled it from storage and polished the paint…and look at it shine!

It did take some work to get the 232 cid 6 Cylinder running, but its now running, though the trans is a bit weak. It is an extremely solid California car and very original. It does need some upholstery work, but it is all there. There is a crack in the front windshield as well, but the glass for the most part is very good, as is the stainless and trim.

$7500 – SOLD

1970 Plymouth Barracuda – $23,900 (SOLD)

This 1970 barracuda car has spent its entire life in California and still has the original blue California plates from 1970. It is a desert car and as a result it is very solid with no rust spots anywhere. The care does have new paint that is not a show paint job but more in line with driver quality.

The driver side quarter panel does has some bondo due to a side swipe from years ago. There are also a few other small spots here and there but there is nothing major. The floor and trunk pan are solid and clean with only light surface rust on bottom side.

The seat covers on the rear seat are original and very brittle. The front seat covers are also brittle and we would recommend that they be recovered. The dash pad has many cracks and either needs a cap, a cover or be replaced with a new one. The front grill is new and fits very nice. The glass on the car is all good and original. The bumpers are original and are very nice cores for a re-chrome or you can buy new ones.

This Barracuda was an original 6 cylinder car with 3-speed stick, but there is no drive train now so it is perfect and ready for an upgrade. We do have a motor available upon request and to make life even easier for you, there is also a V8 K-member that comes with the car and it is even already powder coated.

This is a very good builder car that you can build to your own taste.

$23,900 – SOLD

1970 VW Westfalia Camper Bus – $19,500 (SOLD)

This is a rare 1970 VW Bus: Westfalia camper. It is an original California car that runs and drives very good! There was one repaint done many years ago and it looks good from about 10 feet but does have scratches and dings.

The top has been repainted and it has a new canvas top and cot to make it perfectly functional! A recent tune up has been performed which included adjusting the valves, a new carburetor, a new clutch and all the fluids changed.

The interior has been freshened up and has the original cabinets in good shape. The car also includes new tires, a new windshield and many other general items needed for reliability and usability. It is not a fully restored van but a very clean and solid driver that is ready to have fun!

It even has the original California black plates and is very solid

$19,500 – SOLD

1970 Plymouth Roadrunner – $17,500 (SOLD)

This is a real 1970 Roadrunner that has always been a desert car and very dry. It is an original black car with black interior and rear black stripe. Somewhat unique, and fun, is that this car is an original 4 speed car with bench seat. The car does include the original fender tag with inspector stamps to verify the unique options.

The car has been apart for some time and is missing some items but everything for this car is available. The front seat is out of a 4 door and does not have the split. It does come with a correct 1970 trans but it is not the numbers matching trans. We got the car with a 1972 400cid but we also have a late 60’s 383 if someone is interested in that motor to go with the car.

None of the sheet metal needs to be replaced and even the trunk is solid. The pictures are how the car comes and is how the car came to us. We have added several parts to make it more complete and to help someone get their restoration project started. The glass is nice and original with factory tint. All the windows go up and down and doors shut very nice. Front windshield is new but will require a new gasket when the car is put on the road. The rear end is an 8 3/4 with no possi and 11” drum brakes all the way around. All and all, a unique Roadrunner that will make a grate restoration project.

$17,500 – SOLD

1967 Dodge Coronet 440 Wagon – $19,500 (SOLD)

1967 coronet 440 station wagon

This is a factory 383 car with 727 automatic transmission. The power steering has been rebuilt and the power brakes now have a new master cylinder. The paint and body are all original, which looks great for the age. It shines up nicely after it was cleaned and buffed. There are scratches and fading but it still has a shine!

The interior had to be completely redone and we added a little custom work but it is super nice and new both front and rear. The materiel is NOS material from the 60’s. The carpet is also new and all interior metal was sanded and painted. The door panels are original and in good shape.

The motor has had a 4-barrel swap with original intake carb and air cleaner. The heads were also freshened up for reliability and performance. The car drives very nice and gets tons of attention with its very solid, no rust body from California.

$19,500 – SOLD

1971 Cuda 340 4 Spd – $49k (SOLD)

This is a real 1971 cuda 340 4 speed. The original color is black with white interior, which will be an incredible combination when finished.

The car has an original 93k miles and came from Arizona and is now in California at our shop. This is an extremely rare and very cool optioned car. The motor and transmission are numbers matching and appear to never have been out of the car.

The car was a special order car with factory A/C, power disk brakes and power steering. It also came with an am/fm stereo and ultra rare dictaphone recorder with console. The car has been sitting for more than 20 years and just recently got up and running. Yes, it is a running and driving car that is registered for the street.

There are some rust areas as seen in the pictures. This is centered around the back window area due to someone installing a very poor makeshift vinyl top. The floor behind the driver seat has a rust hole because someone left some wet rags sitting for a long time. It is painful to see these things happen. The remaining pans and frames are in great condition. The passenger side rear quarter panel has been changed many years ago with NOS parts with the number still on it. The remaining panels are original.

Back in the day, the rear wheel lips were rolled up for fat tires. The car drives down the road good but we would not consider it a daily driver. With some minor upgrades and some good ol’ TLC it can be a good driver. The grill is a new aftermarket set up. All of the lights and gauges are in working order and the glass is In good original condition. The body was recently stripped and put into primmer because it was so ugly.

The car will still need to be properly aligned and gapped when the metal work is completed. It does come with a new rear Dutchman’s panel to fix rust.

This is a super rare find with correct numbers and paper work including original fender tag and build sheet. We are certain it is a one off car and we have never seen anything like it. Black is the ultimate color for a Cuda and to get a 4-speed with A/C required a special order from Chrysler.

49k – SOLD