Of all the classic 1950's Mopars which have become so popular, none is more rare than this 1958 Dodge Coronet Super D-500 Convertible. There are only 11 examples known to remain. This is one of the nicest.
When Daniel Schmitt & Company entered their new listings this week we were stunned to find this 1958 Dodge Coronet Super D-500 Convertible among them. You can bet it will send a tremor through the Mopar collector community when this story gets out. You are getting the news first right here in the Cars On Line newsletter. As they say in their ad, "here is a collector's Dream Find."
The incredible Dodge classic '50s convertible is featured here in gorgeous Eggshell white over Crimson Red with a beautiful red and black interior and a white convertible top.
The Super D-500 Dodge was introduced in 1958. It came with a 361 cubic inch V8 fed by factory dual quad carburetors. It's factory produced " Wedge" single rocker head design was rated at 325 horsepower. The dual quads, 10:1 compression ratio, hot factory cams and large bore created all that horsepower. It has the 3-Speed push-button TorqueFlite automatic transmission and four power drum brakes. "Dodge introduced the Super D-500 in 1958 as one of the first factory hot rods," according to Daniel Schmitt & Company. The St Louis collector car gallery said that Dodge had to add bigger brakes and a heavy duty suspension to handle all that extra power. They say it has under 51,000 miles. In addition to the dual exhaust system with beautiful chrome exhaust tips, this car also has an AM radio with dual antennas.
A limited number of Dodge new car buyers checked off the Super D-500 option package in 1958 making it one of the most valuable Mopar collector cars today. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire one of the rarest and most historically significant Mopars in existence.
June 16, 2017
Linked above are the New Listings and Price Changes pages. These pages are updated in real time to include every addition to the Cars On Line.com Collector Car Market.
As we've said before, June will be the most active month of the year for car shows (see our Cars On Line Car Show Calendar for a list of top shows.) Next week our COL Car Show Team will be very busy. On Friday we will be covering the 2017 Raleigh Classic Car Auction in Raleigh, North Carolina, June 23-24, 2017. We like this auction because they always have great cars at very affordable prices. Our readers will benefit greatly from researching their offerings this year. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter next week to get notifications when top cars will be coming up for sale. Your comments on the sale will become part of the conversation.
Then on Saturday we will be covering a special RM-Sotheby's sale in California. This year they will be hosting the 2017 Santa Monica Auction, June 24, 2017 at the historic Barker Hangar. Over the past five years, the event has emerged as a highlight on SoCal’s buzzing collector car scene. With RM-Sotheby's adding their considerable branding onto the Santa Monica Auction this year, the event promises an even more thrilling lineup of over 170 collector cars. You will find popular collector cars such as this 1955 Chevrolet Nomad Wagon being offered at No Reserve. Don't miss our coverage. Follow this link to see our preview of the 2017 Santa Monica Collector Car Auction online.
When Reggie notified us that he had SOLD his classic resto rod he made an interesting comment. "The original owner of the 1932 Ford Phaeton saw the ad and bought it back!" he told us. Built in 2009 by the Rod Shop in California, he said it had been a consistent show winner. Naturally, the orignal owner wanted it back when he spotted it for sale on Cars On Line. And why not? They say it wins every show it appears at. Now Reggie knows why we always say, "You can advertise anywhere ... but you can sell through Cars On Line." To view more vehicles SOLD Thru Cars On Line this week click this link.
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Most collectors would be happy just to own a 1969 Mustang Boss 429 muscle car such as this one being offered for sale by Show Your Auto.com. But this particular Boss 9 is a special car. KK1649 was purchased new by Willard Kendig, inventor of the Kendig Variable Venturi Carburetor. Kendig was a self-taught automotive genius with a knack for inventing industry changing innovations. He loved this car so much he drove it often, and ended up testing some of his ideas with this car. He owned the car until his death in 2011.
The current owner purchased the car, not long after and completed a concours restoration in 2015. It shows only 117 miles since the redo. All original or NOS parts were used where ever practicable, according to Show Your Auto.com. They say it is one of the finest restorations you'll likely see.
There is no substitute for seeing the car in person when you buy, online or anywhere. But if you can't get to see the car yourself, the next best thing is to have a qualified body man look at it for you. The Cars On Line Inspection Service can put an automotive expert to work on your behalf. A report was done on a 1967 Corvette Coupe with a built 468 ci motor on behalf of one of our clients. It is typical of the information you will receive from a COL report. It includes three video documents and 50 of the over 250 high-resolution photographs included with the official report. See what the inspector had to say by following this link. For more information about the Cars On Line Inspection Referral service, or to order an inspection click here.
Remember the Robert Mitchum movie "Thunder Road"? Mitchum's character would have loved this 1949 Ford Coupe powered by a 1953 flathead V8 with machined 3.71 GMC blower. There's numerous photographs of the patina'd survivor to look at, and a total of five videos as well. In addition to the walk around video above, you can click here to see the flathead winding out on a straight country road. (You can imagine it pulling away from the bushwacking revenuers.) Click here, here, and here for a chance to hear the engine perform. You'll also want to read the story of the build. This one is unique.
Video ads have become the most important development for internet sellers. Just upload your video to YouTube and we'll embed your video in your Cars On Line.com ad at no extra charge.
Here are a few more ads with interesting videos:
|1966 Buick Gran Sport||Wildcat 445, see video||Video|
|1988 Mercedes-Benz 560SL||5.6L V8, auto||Video|
|1972 Buick GSX Tribute||Stratomist blue||Video|
|1949 Chevy Fleetline Custom||Mustang II, needs nothing||Video|
|1970 Chevelle 454||NOM 454, recent resto||Video|
|1957 Chevy 210 Post||400 ci / 400TH/ 12-bolt||Video|
|1966 Corvette L79||Laguna blue, 4-spd||Video|
|1970 Pontiac GTO||PHS documented||Video|
|1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria||Black/yellow two tone||Video|
An Arab emirate used this 1995 Mercedes-Benz S 600 for his own safety. And thanks to the ballistic armored body panels and bullet proof privacy windows, you too can feel secure in your safety when traveling in this Level 7 security vehicle. We're told this armored car commanded a $600,000 price tag when new. It still has less than 16,000 miles and is available for way less. You never know what you'll encounter on your way to work, do you? This one is featured in the Low Miles Section of the Cars On Line website.
The following are recently listed Low Miles cars:
1974 Cadillac Eldorado Convt, Orlando Classic Cars, 26k orig miles, White/white, Auto
1979 Cadillac Eldorado, Orlando Classic Cars, 9k orig miles, Red Cedar Metallic, Auto
1996 Porsche 911 Turbo, Classic Autosmith, Only 18k miles, Turbocharged, Midnight Blue
2000 Jaguar XJ8 Vanden Plas, Fastlane Classic Cars, 37k miles, 4.0 Liter Fuel Injected V8
1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula, Gateway Classic Cars, 22k actual miles, Red/Lt gray, T-tops
The Connecticut-based owner of this 1957 Ford Thunderbird says it probably has just about a month's worth of part-time work left on it. That means you can fix it up and be on the road long before summer's over! It features a rebuilt 312ci V8, red hard top with port hole as well as a black soft top, and all original parts.
The following are just some of the cars available in the Project Car Section this week:
1928 Willys Whippet Overland from Cadott, WI, Garage-kept, Motor is free, Body all there
1949 Cadillac Fastback from Braymer, MO, Runs well with a 331 eng., New dual exhaust, Patina
1937 Plymouth 4-Dr Sedan from Mauston, WI, Runs/drives, Inline Six, 3-spd manual, Good resto
1972 Plymouth Barracuda, Carroll Street Auto, Petty Blue, Sure grip, Cuda 340, Bucket seats
1970 VW Microbus from Sahuarito, AZ, Features a portable toilet, two mounted showers, more.
1957 Jaguar XK140 Droptop, Beverly Hills Car Club, C-Type head, Red/red, Dual carbs, Blue plt
1971 Jaugar XKE 2+2, Beverly Hills Car Club, Silver/black, Auto, A/C, OEM radio, Solid wheels
1969 Mustang Mach 1 R Code, Benza Motors, 428 Cobr Jet, Ram Air shaker, Fully documented
1969 Mustang Mach 1 R Code, Benza Motors, Raven Black, Marti Report, Includes parts
1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible from Everest, KS, Strong bones, Sunfire Red w/metal flakes
The DuPont Black is accented nicely with a custom mix Champagne color and lime pinstripe done by hand. It's all coming together on this all steel 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan Slantback, featured here via a private seller in New Jersey. Other features include a 350/350 driveline, Heidt front end, custom grill, new chassis, and more. It was originally listed for $87,000, but is now just $65,000! That's not bad after the 6-digit restoration it was reported to have. If you want to cut into that price even more, the seller has noted that they are open to possible trades, so take a look at the ad and get in touch with the owner!
You'll find hundreds more PRICE REDUCED vehicles on the Price Reduced Feed today. Here are just a few:
|Vehicle For Sale||Original Price||Reduced To|
|1970 Chevelle LS6||$39,500||$32,000|
|1964 Plymouth 2 Door Post||$37,900||$33,900|
|1969 Mustang Mach 1||$79,000||$75,900|
|1935 Ford Tudor Sedan Slantback||$87,000||$65,000|
|1970 Boss 302 Mustang||$76,000||$69,000|
|1967 Chevelle Pro Touring Wagon||$32,000||$28,000|
|1960 Chrysler 300F 2-Dr Hardtop||$77,000||$67,000|
|1979 Pontiac Trans Am||$23,500||$18,500|
|1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible||$65,000||$60,000|
|1962 Dodge Dart Convertible||$75,000||$65,000|
|1957 Chevy 150 Series Sedan||$49,995||$42,500|
|1981 Pontiac Nascar Trans Am||$32,000||$28,000|
|1965 Corvette Stingray||$58,000||$39,000|
The PRICE REDUCED ads are not the only bargains to be had in this week's listings. Click here to go to the DEAL of the DAY feature below.
1934 Ford Cabriolet
Custom build. GM 468ci w/ 671 BSDM Supercharger.
1940 Willys Coupe
Art Morrison chassis. Modern driveline. LS1
1932 Ford 3-Window Cpe
Pete & Jakes Chassis. A/C. Mercury flathead.
1932 Ford 5-Window Cpe
Henry Ford steel. HotRod Magazine feature.
1934 Ford Coupe
Cinnamon Pearl. No expense spared. Crate 350.
1940 Ford Pickup
GM 400ci V8. Vintage A/C. Auto. Painted dash.
1941 Willys Americar
Blow the competition away. Has a 502 Rame Jet.
1932 Ford 3-Window
Gabe Lopez leather int. iPod/Bluetooth stereo.
1923 Dodge Custom
Well maintained. Cougal front end. 10-bolt differential.
1940 Ford Cabriolet
Henry Ford steel body. Great build. Vintage Air.
1934 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
High dollar professional build. Show quality.
1941 Willys Outlaw
Outlaw Performance body and chassis. 350 Chevy w/ B&M polished blower.
1936 Chevy Pickup
350 Chevy engine w/ 700R4. All steel (except rear fenders).
1933 Plymouth PD
392 Hemi. New paint. "50 miles on rebuild." See ad for more!
1940 Chevy Custom Sedan
Chopped top. $10,000 in upgrades. Clean.
1932 Ford Coupe, Streetside Classics, Show-stopper build, Slightly chopped top
1938 Ford 5-Window Cpe, Streetside Classics, All steel, Race-built 351 V8, A+ build
1933 Ford Vicky, Streetside Classics, Pearl White Metallic/Camel, 350ci V8, Cold A/C
1936 Ford Sedan, Gateway Classic Cars, Black/burgundy, 3-spd auto, 327 CID V8
1923 Ford T-Bucket, Gateway Classic Cars, Red/red, Custom wheels, 302 CID V8
1935 Dodge 5-Window from Marquette, MI, All steel, 350 w/ alum. roller rockers
1947 Studebaker Hot Rod from Clarks Hill, IN, Handmade bed, Drive it anywhere!
1941 Chevy Hot Rod Pickup from Racine, WI, 4" Chop, 3" channel, Only $12,500
1929 Mdoel A Sedan from Manchester, NH, Prof. built, Rebuilt 350, SLIDE SHOW
2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT
Black over black leather interior. Panorama roof.
2007 Aston Martin DB9
6.0L (450 hp) V12 w/ rare 6-speed manual. Says 18,245 original miles.
2003 Ferrari 360 Modena
Black on black. 3.6L (400 hp) V8. Says 13k miles.
1999 Dodge Viper RT/10
One owner w/ all original documents. 8.0L V10.
1958 Chevrolet Impala 2-Dr HT
Rotisserie restored. 348ci V8. Continental Kit.
1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible
348 Tripower V8 (280 hp). Rare 4-speed man.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
283 V8. Pearl White w/ Red and Grey interior.
1971 Chevrolet C20 Ramp Truck
Fully functional and ready to work.
2006 Forest River Car Hauler 44'
See additional photos in the ad.
1978 Ford Bronco 4X4
Fully-sized. 351ci V8. Front brakes.
1971 GMC 4x4 Pickup
Rust free. Restored. Fresh 350. SLIDE SHOW
1975 Toyota Landcruiser
Original factory PTO winch. Driver quality.
1991 Land Rover Defender 90
Wagon body type. Sunroof. Premium wheels.
2017 Bentley Bentayga
6.0L Twin Turbocharged W12 (600 hp) w/ 8-speed. Glacier White.
1954 Chevrolet 3100 Panel Truck
Has a 10-bolt rear. Silver leather buckets.
Fresh ads appear first on the New Listings page
1979 Chevy K/C 3500 Wrecker
Immaculate cond., Hydraulic dual winches.
Fresh ads appear first on the New Listings page
1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
390 V8. Show quality restoration.
1966 Ford Thunderbird, Top Notch Vehicles, Recently repainted, 390 V8, $9,995
1960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Streetside Classics, Cream, 283 V8, Manual, Blue interior
1963 Ford Fairlane 500, Streetside Classics, 260 V8, 4-spd manual, Show or go!
1966 Pontiac Bonneville from Seattle, WA, Many new parts, 97k miles, Just $12,000
You can see all the fresh ads as they are listed each day on the New Listings page
1931 REO Flying Cloud
Recently restored. Award worth paint. Highly detailed.
1934 Chevrolet Roadster
Older resto. New wood. Custom fender skirts.
1970 Dodge Charger
Restored. Includes build sheet. Has a 440ci V8 6-pk.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
Performance Hood Pkg. Wood steering wheel.
1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee
Matching #s. Woodgrain Rallye dash.
1970 Dodge Challenger T/A
Go Mango paint. Only 13k actual miles.
1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda
Registered and documented.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convt
Equipped with a 383ci Six Pack. Vinyl int.
1970 Plymouth Barracuda
White vinyl int. 340 CID V8 6-Pack. 3-spd Auto.
1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S, Streetside Classics, Period correct 340 V8
1972 Plymouth Duster from West Palm Beach, FL, Sassy Grass/white, 318ci, Runs well
1970 Plymouth Road Runner from Adel, GA, Purple/black/gray, Mostly original, No rust
1969 Plymouth Road Runner from Centralia, IL, Now has a well-built 440, Off-frame resto
1970 Plymouth GTX, Old Forge Motorcars, 440ci V8, A833 4-spd w/Hurst pistol grip
1968 Plymouth Road Runner, Midwest Car Exchange, Great sounding 440ci V8, 4-spd
See hundreds more for sale in the Muscle Car Section.
1969 Yenko Camaro 427 SC
Clean and #s matching. Cruise night ready.
1969 Camaro Z/28
No rust. Titl wheel. Great cond. SLIDE SHOW
1969 Camaro Z/28
Cortez Silver. Dana 60 10-bolt. Perfect lines. Ex-race car.
1967 Camaro Z/28 RS
Hurst shifter. Factory style gauge cluster.
1969 Camaro Z11 Pace Car Convt
True Pace Car replica convertible.
1969 Camaro SS, Streetside Classics, Longtube/duals, Red, Cowl induction hood
1967 Camaro, A&E Classic Cars, Brite Red/black, Vinyl bucket seats, SunPro gauge cluster
1968 Camaro, Carroll Street Auto, Tuxedo Black/red stripe, Cowl hood, 350-4V 4-spd 10-bolt
1969 Camaro SS Convt, Classic Autosmith, Tuxedo Black/Houndstooth int, Factory A/C
1967 Camaro SS Convertible from Sandy, UT, Strong big block 454, Turbo 400, Shift kit
1968 Camaro SS, Hanksters.com, Charcoal, RWD, 396ci Big Block, Auto, See photos in ad
Find hundreds more in the Camaro Section of our website.
1972 Corvette LT1
Documented with original tank sticker. Great stance.
1965 Corvette Roadster
Factory correct. 396/425 hp. 4-spd. SLIDE SHOW
1974 Corvette Big Block 454
Black leather interior. 52,117 miles.
1974 Corvette 454, Streetside Classics, Only 310 made that year, Factory build sheet
1968 Corvette Convertible, KC Classic Autos, 327/350 hp, Lemans Blue/black, Build sht
1974 Corvette from Londonderry, NH, Medium Blue, Long time owner, Hurst shftr, SLIDE SHOW
1967 Corvette, Gateway Classic Cars, 327/350 hp, 4-spd, Burgundy/black, 4-spd manual
1967 Corvette Convertible, Hanksters.com, 327/350 hp, 5-spd, Light Blue, See photos in ad
You can find more like these in the Corvette Section!
1972 Chevy Nova SS
Matching #s eng. All original int. Factory tach.
1970 Chevrolet Nova SS L78
GM of Canada docs. Original console.
See more in the Nova Section!
1962 Chevrolet Impala 409 Bubble Top
Dual quad 'QB' 409. Original Borg Warner T10.
1964 Chevrolet Impala 409
Correct Ermine White. Red bench seats.
See more in the Impala Section!
1971 GMC Sprint
Built 383 Stroker. Auto. Cousin to the El Camino. $17,900
1968 Chevelle SS, Streetside Classics, Period correct 396, TH400 trans, Vintage A/C
1971 Chevelle, Streetside Classics, Burgundy Metallic, Horseshoe auto, 396ci V8, Duals
1969 Chevelle SS from Cumming, GA, Dealer-restored, Two owner car, NOM 396, SLIDE SHOW
1972 Chevelle, Cruisin Classics, 350, TH350 auto, 12-bolt rear, Great sound, Riddler wheels
See more in the Chevelle Section!
1970 Shelby GT350
Original with just 53k miles. Tinted glass.
1968 Shelby GT500
California car. Triple Crown Gold Winner. Docs.
1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible
Trailered show car. Police interceptor.
1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible
Documented. White convt. top. Restored.
See more in the Shelby Section.
1969 Mustang Mach 1 428 Q-Code SCJ
Only 361 Q-Code cars produced.
1969 Ford Torino S Code
Restored. Date code 390ci V8.
1969 Mercury Cyclone CJ
Toploader 4-spd manual. 428ci Cobra Jet
1963 Mercury Marauder Fastback
Built by Kuntz & Craft Machine. Bored/stroked.
1970 Mercury Cyclone 429
Ground shaking Thunder Jet. Ram Air shaker hood.
1964 Pontiac GTO
Single stage enamel paint. Tri Power 389. 4-spd.
1966 Pontiac Catalina Convt
A total cruiser. Has an original 389 CID V8.
1966 Pontiac GTO
389 Tripower. Manual 4-spd. Factory A/C.
1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J
Nearly stock. Clean survivor. 400 V8.
1970 Pontiac Trans Am
Matching #s 400ci V8. PHS documented. A/C.
1966 Oldsmobile 442
Has a 400 Tripower, 4-spd, and bucket seats.
1967 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible
Restored. #s matching 400ci V8
1969 Oldsmobile 442 W-30
Performance upgrades. White leather.
1966 Oldsmobile 442 W-30
Rare factory tach. Documented.
1962 Buick Station Wagon
Very rare! Rebuilt and warmed up 401 big block.
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Safari Wagon
LS1 engine with 4L60E trans. Vintage A/C.
1951 Pontiac Streamliner Eight Deluxe Station Wagon
Rare color combo.
2009 "Plymouth Cuda" Drag Pak
Converted into a Cuda. SLIDE SHOW
2017 Porsche 911 Convertible
540 hp Twin Turbocharged 6-cylinder.
2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
One owner. 707 hp Supercharged Hemi V8.
2009 Shelby GT500KR
Says 10,800 original miles. Colorado Red w/ silver stripes.
2015 Mustang GT Anniversary
5.0L Coyote V8 (420 hp). 6-speed manual.
2013 Corvette Z06
One owner. 7.0L V8 (505 hp) w/ 6-speed manual. 3LZ Option Pkg.
2007 Porsche 911 C4S
"Nearly every factory option ordered!" 3.8L Flat 6 w/ 6-speed manual.
2013 Corvette Convertible from Mayville, MI, 3LT Accessory Pkg, 435 hp, Low miles
1999 Corvette from Fraser, MI, Black on black, Well maintained, Under 16k orig miles
2015 Mustang GT 50th Anniversary, Gateway Classic Cars, Wimbledon White
2017 Porsche 718 Boxster S, The Garage, Racing Yellow, 2.5L Turbocharged 4-cyl
2016 Corvette, Fastlane Classic Cars, Red, 6.2L LT1 V8, Automatic, High optioned
2010 Camaro SS, Old Forge Motorcars, Red Jewel, Black leather, 6.2L V8, 426 hp
2006 Corvette Convt, Gateway Classic Cars, Silver, Pampered and babied, Clean!
2004 Corvette, Fastlane Classic Cars, 5.7L Performance Built V8, Nicely modified
1999 Porsche 911, Crown Concepts, Silver, Black leather, 6-spd man., $21,997
2014 Dodge Ram 1500 Express
One owner. Says 15,200 original miles.
1954 Ford F100 Custom
Ford 347ci stroker V8. Complete frame-off resto.
1967 Chevy CST 10 Custom
Original steel. Stunning show truck!
1949 GMC Custom
Magazine cover and SEMA featured. GM LS1 V8. Custom chassis.
1953 Buick Century Custom
455ci engine. Called "Peaches and Cream."
1953 Ford F100 Custom
2003 Ford Lightning 5.4L Supercharged V8.
1953 Chevy 2-Dr
Nice paint and trim. About 400 hp. "Drives and handles great."
1948 Chevy 3100 Custom, Streetside Classics, 350 V8, Cruise or update for show
1957 Chevy Bel Air, Streetside Classics, Matador Red, Strong 327 V8, 4-spd man.
1952 Chevy 2-Dr Sedan from Lincoln, NE, Black PPG paint, 350, "A great cruiser!"
1956 Chevy 210 Sedan from Arizona, Show quality paint and body, Ultra leather int.
1954 Ford Pickup, Unique Specialty & Classics, Please contact dealership for info
1972 Dodge Dart Swinger Pro Street
408 stroker. Plum Crazy, white bumblebee stripe.
1967 Pontiac Firebird Pro Street
383 stroker. BDS 6-71 Supercharger. $24,500
1956 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup
Freshly rebuilt 350 V8. Recently restored.
1938 Ford Custom Pickup
Originally a service fire truck. Refinished in 2002.
1972 GMC Sprint
Cool and rare! Well maintained and detailed 250 V8.
1954 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup
Frame-off resto completed around 8 years ago.
1960 Willys Truck
6-cylinder engine w/ 3-speed. Truck bed in beautiful condition.
1964 Chevy C10 Pickup
Doc'd 54k miles. New wood bed. "Drives as new." SLIDE SHOW
1966 Chevrolet C10 Pickup, Streetside Classics, 350 TBI V8, 700R4 Overdrive, PS
1955 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup, Streetside Classics, Restored, Vortec V8, Vintage A/C
1948 Ford F3, Country Classic Cars, Flathead 6-cyl, 4-spd, Nice body, Just $10,950
1972 Ford F-250 Pickup, Beverly Hills Car Club, Strong V8, Automatic, $16,500
1966 Corvette Grand Sport Resto Mod
"Insane no-expense-spared custom build."
1971 Ford Torino Cobra Custom
Discovery Channel TV build. SLIDE SHOW
1969 Camaro RS/SS Resto Mod
Complete restoration. SLIDE SHOW
1966 Pontiac Acadian Canso SD
Professionally rebuilt, modified during resto.
1966 Pontiac Tempest
Says over $100k invested. See ad for a full list of specs. SLIDE SHOW
1969 Camaro RS
Built to cruise! LSX 376. 4-speed OD transmission. Vintage A/C.
Totally restored 8 years ago. Has 1980 Z/28 drivetrain.
1971 Ford Torino GT
All original. 351 Cleveland w/ C6 transmission. $27,500
1989 Mustang LX
Completely redone, no money spared. Dyno'd at 555 hp. Only $19,500
1969 Camaro SS Pro Touring
Pro-built pro-stock. 600 hp 468 big block.
1968 Pontiac Firebird LS3 Convt
Purrs until NOS kicks in. Then it roars.
1969 Pontiac "Trans Am" Resto Mod, Gateway Classic Cars, Black, 6-spd auto, Leather int.
1940 Chrysler Royal, Gateway Classic Cars, Olive Green/beige, 4-spd auto, #s matching
1970 Chevelle Resto Mod, DC Classic Cars, 540 V8, 690 hp, Automatic, "Fresh"
1967 Chevrolet Nova, Streetside Classics, White, 400 V8, Auto, "Straight & Clean"
1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup, Streetside Classics, Blue/White, 350 V8, Plaid int.
1969 Chevy El Camino SS, Streetside Classics, Vortec 350 V8, Great paint, Slick!
1969 Camaro RS/SS Resto Mod, Streetside Classics, Yellow, 5.7L LS1 V8, 4-spd
1972 Corvette Resto Mod, A&E Classic Cars, LS3 (430 hp) FI eng., 6-spd manual
1973 Plymouth Scamp from Taylorsville, KY, 340 4bbl, 5-spd, "This car thumps!"
1966 Mustang Coupe from Hamburg, NY, "This is a fun car to drive!", Just $21,500
1980 Camaro, A&E Classic Cars, Bright Silver Met., 383 (522 hp) eng., Automatic
1993 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
Carries 13 passengers. Runs great.
See more for sale in the Limousine Section online.
1966 Mustang Convertible
Professionally restored to factory specs.
1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible
Highly optioned. Rare and desirable!
1966 Mustang GT
Meticulously cared for over the last 20+ years. 289 V8 w/ 3-speed.
1965 Amphicar 770
Matching #s. Take to the land or sea!
1967 Pontiac Bonneville Convt
Regimental Red over red interior. 400 V8.
You'll find more for sale in the Convertibles Section of the Cars On Line website.
1979 Camaro Z/28
Says numbers matching Chevy 350 small block. 4-speed manual.
1981 Camaro Z/28
Original factory build sheet. Says 68k miles. SLIDE SHOW
2004 Chevy SSR SS Roadster
Says 42k orig miles. 5.3L engine. Automatic.
2007 American Ironhorse Texas Chopper
2013 Harley-Davidson FLHRSE Road King
110ci engine w/ 6-speed. Upgraded stereo.
2009 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softtail
Fuel Injected 96ci V-Twin. Loaded w/ options!
1967 Corvette Convertible
Rare find! Older frame-off restoration.
1967 Chevy Nova Gasser
"Beautiful high quality frame-off pro built Nova."
1963 Chevy II SS Gasser
Chevy Performance 383 stroker. SLIDE SHOW
1963 Blown Chevrolet Deuce Nova
Motor built by Roche Racing Engines. Clean!
1970 Dodge Dart 340
Plum Crazy with white stripe. Built for street/strip. Just $23,000
1971 VW Transporter Bus
"Grooviest bus on the road."
1952 VW Beetle Zwitter
Restored split window. SLIDE SHOW
1973 Jaguar V12 Roadster
Well maintained. Signal Red over tan leather int.
1957 Mercedes-Benz 190SL
Same owner for many years. Mechanically sound.
1967 Austin Healey 3000 Mk III
Known history from new. One of 5,495 built.
1964 Porsche 356C Karmann
One of 4,744 built. "Performs wonderfully."
1958 Austin Healey BN6
Older high quality resto. Needs nothing.
1976 Triumph TR6 Roadster from Gulfport, MS, Green, New Palomino leather int.
1952 MG TD Roadster, Carroll Street Auto, British Racing Green, Fully restored
1972 Jaguar E-Type V12 2+2, Beverly Hills Car Club, Very clean, Presentable!
1962 MGA Mark II Convt, DC Classic Cars East, White, 1622cc 4-cyl, 4-spd man.
1973 BMW 2002, Motorcar Studio, Golf Yellow, Mostly stock, 4-spd man., Driver
1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC, Gateway Classic Cars, Silver Blue, 4.5L V8, 4-spd
1954 MG TF Roadster from Ashville, NY, Black, Completely restored to orig, 4-spd
1979 MGB Roadster, Velvet Hammer Motorcars, Pageant Blue, Only $7,900
Look for more in the Cars On Line Sports Car Section.
Everything is new or restored on this Concours-quality, award-winning 1966 Shelby GT350H Tribute. You'll find it in Houston, Texas with a private seller. Features include a 331 stroker with MSD electronics, a Tremec T5 transmission, Legendary Magnum 500 style wheels, leather interior, and vintage air conditioning. We're told it received a photo-documented restoration as well. Check out the ad!
The following are more recently listed Muscle Car Clones:
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass, Streetside Classics, Rallye Tribute, Yellow/black, 350ci V8
1967 Oldsmobile 442 Convt from Merritt, BC, Canada, 455 big block, Red, Manual drums
1970 Dodge Challenger, Gateway Classic Cars, 440 R/T tribute, Orange/black, 727 3-spd
1968 Mustang GT500, Classic Cars of Sarasota, Shelby tribute, White w/blue stripe, Metal hood
1962 Chevy Impala Convt, Showdown Auto, SS 409 tribute, Rare options deleted, Power top
The DEAL of the DAY preview gives you first shot at all the cars that will be highlighted in the DEAL of the DAY feature on the Cars On Line home page. Often these cars sell in the newsletter before they even make it to the home page! You'll always see them here first though.
When Dodge came out with the Charger in 1966 it was one of the game changers for Dodge going forward. Here is one of those game changers, a 1966 Dodge Charger which has been listed for sale by a collector in Stouffville, Alberta, Canada. One of the photos in the ad says a lot about the quality here. Look at the photos that show the undercarriage. It seems to look pretty clean underneath. Have it inspected to be sure. The seller says the rebuilt 383 big block Mopar engine has been rebuilt .40 over, and it has a 3-speed automatic transmission. He says it was a restoration project when he acquired it, but he does not indicate whether the project is complete. That's a question to sort out. With an asking price of $20,000, it will be our DEAL of the DAY this on Saturday.
They say this one is "super clean." It is a 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible just posted for sale by Classic & Collectible Cars of Las Vegas. The car looks to be a nice driver quality convertible from the photos. This is a play on having a convertible to drive for the summer. It is very affordable. With the 145 ci Flat Six engine and a 4-speed manual transmission it is the right car for summer fun. The ad copy says it comes with wire wheel covers, AM radio, auxiliary audio input. It further states that this one is a "Rust Free California Body" with a "super clean Interior and top. Moreover, they say it "Runs & Drives Great." It will be our DEAL of the DAY on Sunday. The price is just $12,750.
Every collector is well aware of how important the word "rare" is to the value of a collectible vehicle. This is a good example. Here is a 1971 GMC Sprint just posted by a private seller from Springville, California. Most of our readers know that GMC made an "El Camino" which they called the Sprint. There are far fewer Sprints out there in the collector car market than El Caminos. Thus the rarity. He does not give you a lot of information in the ad, only the it has a built 383 stroker motor, an automatic transmission, air conditioning, stereo/speakers and rear air shocks. He says it is uper clean and runs great. It does look real nice in the photos. It will be our DEAL of the DAY because the asking price is only $17,900. We've met GMC Sprint collectors who think the values could be much higher.
Among classic pickup truck enthusiasts it has become a trend in the last few years to look for classic International Harvestor pickups. It is rare to find one in this type of condition however. A private seller from Wallingford, Connecticut is offering his 1966 International Pickup at a very affordable price. International Harvestor was always a smaller company that tried harder. You got more with one of their pickup trucks. This one is a Model 1200 1/2-Ton long bed with Creeper gear manual locking hubs. He says it is in great condition with about 102k miles. He also says it has a "Beautiful solid body and undercarriage. Interior redone dual exhaust." It has the 302 ci V8 engine with a 4-speed. It will be our DEAL of the DAY this coming week. The asking price is $11,000.
Mustang convertibles are so popular among car collectors that a whole segment of the baby boom generation is dedicated just to this one model of car. This 1968 Mustang Convertible is not a first generation Mustang, so it comes at a discount to those original 1965 and 1966 models. For someone who just wants the attention that comes from driving a classic Mustang convertible this one may be an affordable option. Also, the engine is a 200 ci 6 cylinder which the owner says has been rebuilt and painted in 2010. The C4 3-speed automatic tranny was rebuilt in 2009. He says the engine and tranny have less than 7K miles. So the price is interesting at just $15,000. It will be our DEAL of the DAY later next week if it lasts that long.
A private seller from Novato, California listed a 1981 Fiat 2000 Spider which looks so nice in the photos it is hard to believe it has over 120,000 miles on it. He says you must drive this one to believe how sweetly it handles. So much has been replaced or updated on it that it is one to look at. For instance, the seller cites a complete engine overhaul with just 12,000 miles and a new clutch, suspension, alternator, convertible top and a brake overhaul with about 5k miles. Other items he notes have been replaced include the catalytic converter, timing belt, most gaskets and a complete front end rebuild. And there is more. It will be our DEAL of the DAY this week with an asking price of $11,900.
There is more than a little patina on this old workhorse, but KC Classic Auto says it "runs awesome." Again, here is a rare 1953 GMC 100 Pickup. You just don't see a lot of these around. They say it has a very nice interior with added gauges, turn signal, fog lights, seat belts, and more. The wiring is new and it was converted to an alternator. KC Classic Auto tells us it has had "tons of work done with receipts to make this truck drive great." It has a 6 cylinder engine with a 3-on-a-tree manul transmission. This one will be our DEAL of the DAY this week. It is fairly and affordably price at $14,900.
Often there are more cars that deserve to be in the DEAL of the DAY than we can schedule for our front page feature. Here is a list of cars that just missed the cut for the DEAL of the DAY this week. Remember, you saw them here first:
|1949 Mercury 72||$26,499||Kettle Falls, WA|
|1976 Cadillac "El Camino"||$10,550||Staunton, IL|
|1964 Pontiac Catalina||$15,800||Cannelton, IN|
|1971 Ford Ranchero 500||$18,900||Lenexa, KS|
|1968 Ford Galaxie 500 Convt||$15,750||Los Angeles, CA|
|1985 Mercedes-Benz 380SL||$13,995||Atlanta, GA|
|1962 Ford Falcon||$10,497||Tucson, AZ|
|1966 Mustang Convertible||$16,500||Hyannis, MA|
|1985 Toyota Celica GTS||$13,000||Arvada, CO|
|1977 Corvette||$12,900||Two Rivers, WI|
|1973 Lincoln Continental MK IV||$10,000||Goldsboro, NC|
|1975 Corvette L-82||$13,000||Orland Park, IL|
Cars for under $10,000:
|1971 Ford Torino||$6,995||Jackson, WI|
|1974 MGB Roadster||$9,995||Atlanta, GA|
|1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL||$7,900||Troy, MI|
|1970 Mercury Monterey Convt||$8,995||Jefferson, WI|
|2002 Mustang Convertible||$1,300||Jackson Beach, FL|
|1976 Chrysler Newport||$5,995||Jefferson, WI|
|1982 Oldsmobile Toronado||$5,200|
We want to remind you that just because we feature vehicles here based on their price, we are not endorsing these vehicles. We have not inspected or appraised any of the above vehicles. We are pointing out that these vehicles are priced at a discount to the market. When you buy from a private party the purchase is always "as is" and "where is." There is no warranty implied or given on any of these cars by Cars On Line. It is your responsibility as the buyer to protect yourself from misrepresentation of any car advertised. We strongly recommend having a vehicle inspected as one precaution before you buy.
Here are some of the comments from happy sellers who were nice enough to tell us about their experience advertising on the Cars On Line website.
"Love this site!" Joe marked his 1967 Chevelle SOLD using the $45.00 Run Till Sold ad.
"I am pleased to say my 1969 Dodge Charger SOLD in just a couple weeks as a result from my Cars On Line ad."
Daryl from Chanhassen, Minnesota said, "Always have great luck with you guys! Thanks for your service!" Daryl used the Run Till Sold ad to sell his 1962 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz.
"The original owner of the 1932 Ford Phaeton saw the ad and bought it back!"
Todd from Lincoln, Nebraska said, "You have a great production here. Alot of people come to this site." Todd SOLD his 1992 Mustang using the Run Till Sold ad.
Below is a list of cars SOLD Thru Cars On Line during the past week (June 09, 2017 through June 15, 2017.)
|2008 Dodge Magnum RT||1962 Cadillac Eldorado||1969 Dodge Charger|
|1969 Mercedes 280SL||1940 Ford Coupe||1967 Chevelle|
|1965 Chevy Bel Air||1947 Chevy Fleetline||1961 Ford F-250 Wrecker|
|1967 Lotus Super Seven S2||1928 Franklin Airman||1979 Pontiac Firebird|
|1968 Camaro||1971 Boss 351 Mustang||1940 Ford 2 Door|
|2016 Ferrari California||1948 Chrysler Woodie Convertible||1994 Excalibur Cobra|
|1963 Dodge 330 Wagon||1956 Chevy Nomad||1965 Chevy Bel Air|
|1967 Chevelle||1969 Camaro||1969 Dodge Charger|
|2008 Dodge Magnum||1969 Chevy El Camino||1940 Ford Coupe|
|1933 Dodge DP Coupe||1923 Ford T-Bucket||1959 Ford F-100|
|1972 Chevy C10||2014 Porsche 911||1972 Chevelle SS|
|1966 Mustang||2006 Pontiac GTO||1956 Chevy Bel Air|
|1992 Mustang Convertible||1929 Ford Model A Highboy||1972 Chevy Nova|
|2015 Dodge Charger||1971 Chevelle||1957 Cadillac Eldorado Conv.|
... ALSO INCLUDES WANTED-TO-BUY
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DISCLAIMER: Readers should be aware that the editiorial comments made in this newsletter are strictly the opinion of the author, Larry Kolb. Mr. Kolb offers his editorial opinion of the marketability of these cars based on information provided by the sellers. Neither Mr. Kolb nor Cars On Line.com has seen or inspected these cars. These comments are not to be mistaken for advertising, nor should they be considered an endorsement of any product. They are strictly editorial in nature. Neither Mr. Kolb nor Cars On Line will profit from the sale of any of the cars mentioned here. No warranty of these vehicles is implied or given. It is strongly recommended that anyone interested in the purchase of these vehicles should have them inspected before the sale.
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