This is a very nice and original 70 Charger R/T rear finish panel. It has been completely restored to show car standards using an OEM original Charger emblem that has been rechromed and a new aftermarket R/T emblem.
When we restore these rear panels, we strip them down and polish them to a high luster. We then have them re-anodized and then finally we properly mask it off and professionally paint them in the correct color.
$2250 without core exchange
$1950 with exchange
This is an original 1970 coronet R/T rear finish panel that has been fully restored. It was a very nice original core to start with and had a high quality restoration done. It was fully stripped and then polished to a high luster. It incorporates fully new anodizing and then was masked and painted the correct satin black. The R/T emblem is new and the Dodge emblem is original with new chrome.
This is show car quality
$2850 without a core return
$2450 with a care return
If you are looking for a rare Duster, this is a good one. It is a factory 340 4-speed Duster with the numbers matching motor and transmission that has never been out of the car. The car only has 83k original miles and still has the original carb, exhause manifolds, air cleaner and even the starter motor and master cylinder. The motor runs very good and the transmission shifts smooth.
There is some light rust on the lower part of the car, but the body is stock and original. The whole care only has 83k original miles. The car came from the factory with 3:91 rear axle ratio, but somewhere down the line it was swapped out for 3:23 gears for driving. It still has the proper 8 3/4 rear end housing.
The factory manual disk brakes are in working condition, as is the factory manual steering. No power assisting here.
The car is a factory FJ5 lime green car with side and rear stripes. The rally gauges with tach came with the car from the factory, and they still work. The radiator is also original to the car. The factory front bench seat was upgraded to a correct 70 bucket seats with a new restored covers
The glass is also original and in very good condition. The factory original rubber floor matt with steel kick panels is also with the car. The headliner is coming apart at a couple of the seams. The door panels have speaker holes in the front and the dash pad has a few cracks. The steering wheel is very nice and original with no cracks. Unfortunately the car was in an accident in the early 1970’s that resulted in some damage to the front end that was not fixed correctly. This will need some inner fender work and the front of the frame will also need some work.
The grill is very nice and also original with no breaks. All of the lights work but it will need a turn signal harness for the blinkers. There is a lot of the original paint in many areas on the car with one repaint on the outside body. The trunk is very solid with no holes.
This is a turn key car that runs and drives around the block, or you can spend a weekend and put it on the road for good. Also an excellent candidate for a full restoration if you desired.
UPDATE – We went ahead and did a nice cosmetic cleanup of the gauges that included replacing the gauge faces, new panel and glove box trim, new glove box, new turn signal harness, and a new dash pad. We also fixed the reverse lock out linkage so that all the lights and gauges are properly working now.
Here is a set of ultra rare NOS super bird outside pillar post moldings. These are factory original and have never been mounted on a car. The factory polish finish is still on the molding.
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
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
What a rare find! This is a factory original GTX convertible that we found in California with a solid no rust California body. In fact, the exterior of this car still wears its original paint and the car has only 76k original miles! The interior of the car has been restored along with a new top. The gauges and lights are all operational and working well.
The 440cid motor is the numbers matching motor and has been rebuilt and running great. The carburetor is a new Edlebrock carb, but the original carb is included. The car still has the original starter and alternator as well. Unfortunately the automatic transmission is not the original trans but it has been rebuilt and working great. The front end has been completely rebuilt along with the steering box.
The rear end sports the original 3:23 ratio gears with posi-traction. The original jack and components are still in the trunk and all of the glass is original, even the front windshield which is in nice condition. The original AM/FM radio is in very good condition, but is not working, nor is the Heater and A/C controls as the plastic vacuum control is broken. Other than those items, everything else is working.
This is an excellent driving car and extremely original (Just look at the pictures!) Of course, there are some bumps and bruises but we wanted to leave it original so everyone could see the condition of the body. There were only 700 convertible GTXs built in 1969 and only 365 of them were automatics.
This is an origianl 1970 15″x7″ Hemi steel wheel with the original “450” stamp. The wheel is dated Jan of 1970 and still has the original paint and is very solid and straight.
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