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These vehicles are being sold as is, where is, with no warranty expressed, written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuine, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. Although every effort is made on our part to accurately describe vehicle you, it is the buyers responsibility to see that his/her classic and collector car purchase meets their individual criteria. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. The seller will make every effort to disclose any known defects associated with the vehicle at the buyers request prior to the close of the sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any oral or written statements about the vehicle. A personal or 3rd party inspection prior to purchase is highly recommended.
 



 

 

 

1972 Chevrolet El Camino


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1972 Chevrolet El Camino musclecar. This example sports a recent crate 454 engine with performance extras. Approximately 2,000 miles have been logged on this engine. We have receipts for the work performed. The engine and transmission were installed by Luttrull McNatt Chevrolet in Sanger, Texas. This car/truck is very fun to drive and a real head-turner with its red finish & white SS stripes. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. Many of our photos of this El Camino were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum should you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior is finished in bright red with full Super Sport 454 badging throughout along with SS stripes on the cowl induction hood. Note there are some chips along the door edge as seen above.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Cobra Mk4 Roadster by Factory Five Racing


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this Cobra Roadster Tribute were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The MK4 features several design improvements over previous Factory Five replicas, namely are more footwell room, improved chassis, and improved body features. The exterior is finished in PPG Ford Sonic Blue base/clearcoat with Shelby Stripes. The paint and body are in excellent condition. The engine compartment is in excellent condition. You can see the time and attention to t\detail that went into this car.  The MK4 features revised wheel wells and additional subtle changes. The chassis is in excellent condition throughout this Cobra. The rear end is an 8.8 Ford with 3.31 gearing. Mated with the T-5 manual transmission, this is the perfect combination of acceleration and every day drivability. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1991 GMC Syclone Pick Up

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The 1991 Syclone set a new performance standard for hot rod pickups, combining turbo power, all wheel drive and a sport suspension. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present to you this very unique GMC pick up truck.  Syclone was based on GMC's regular cab compact Sonoma pickup. Coming from a mild four cylinder to the 160hp 4.3L EFI V6 engine, then added a turbocharger with 14 psi boost, oil cooler and dual exhaust outlets. A 4 speed automatic transmission was the only transmission. The body was painted from it's original black, about 10 years ago, the original black trim is all over this truck and with the correct emblems and a very clean finish. Inside there are two large  bucket seats in black cloth trimmed with a bright red piping and red embroidered Syclone is on each seat back. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom restored 1956 Chevy BelAir. Born a BelAir, this car has been updated with a 502/502HP GM crate engine paired with a 700R4 4-Speed Automatic. The paint job is PPG Base/Clearcoat while the interior is restored headliner to the carpet. This car drives very nice and will do great for any long distance touring. The stout 9-inch rear end is geared for the highway.  Chevrolet did a thorough re-design for the 1956 model Chevrolet's front to back. This example has several custom features, we have a thick binder of receipts for the build work. The 502 crate engine was installed in 2009. The interior was completed re-done in 2011. The work performed in the binder dates from 2009 on. The 4-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt in 2009. The chromed bumpers show well front to back. The chromed sabretooth grille  is a very cool addition.  The paint and body work is professionally done and it shows. The body is straight. The paint finish is quality PPG base/clearcoat with  the paint formulation information included. The pearl blue flames  over the pearl white paint really shines in the sun and shade.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1967 Ford Bronco Custom 4x4


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Ford's Bronco was introduced in 1966 to complete with the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout among few others in the 4-wheel-drive small suv segment. The Bronco features its own specific chassis. This 2nd year example is in very good condition. This little Bronco gets around. This one is fun to drive, powered by its original 200 cubic inch six & 3-speed column-shifted manual transmission. We have receipts for over $5,200 spent in 2006 on various mechanical needs. The U-joints were replaced along with the slip yoke. The fuel pump has been replaced. The brake master cylinder was replaced. The carburetor was rebuilt. The shocks were replaced along with the coolant hoses and alternator. The transfer case was also  removed and rebuilt at this time.

 

 

 


 

 

1978 Pontiac Trans Am


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This high quality Trans Am left the factory a Y88 Gold Special Edition T/A, it now showcases a professional restoration in the classic Black & Gold theme. The gold mirrored T-tops are in excellent condition. Under the hood is the factory-optioned 6.6 litre 450 cubic inch big block V8. This car is fully equipped under the hood. The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout. This Trans Am is in exceptional condition. Open the doors to 1978. The interior is in excellent condition as well. The dash displays the factory gauges & machine-turned trim. The dash pad itself is in excellent condition as are the door panels, upholstery, and carpeting. This is a quality car throughout. We have PHS documents detailing the original options and features. This car was originally a Gold SE edition and now sports the full Bandit treatment. The front and rear cloth upholstery is in excellent condition. The trunk is clean and detailed to original specifications. The space-saver spare tire/wheel are also in place.

 

 

 


1965 Ford Cobra Factory Five


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The most iconic roadster to ever hit the streets is now easier to own than ever. With the original Shelby Cobra's worth nearly 7 figures, many companies offer full "kit car" applications to build your own. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this 1965 Ford Cobra.  This beauty is a kit produced by a company called Factory Five. They make different versions of the roadster to fit your everyday style and driving habits. Either order a base kit and add everything to a one you own, or purchase a full kit with all parts and components needed for assembly. The paint is courtesy of  PPG. Painted Ford Sonic Blue code 5960 and Ford DBC White code 3876 with clear coat, the car has a great finish. Titled as a 1965 Ford Cobra the students at the Mesquite ISD vocational school built this car from the ground up. We have sold 2 of these cars for them. Originally sold here last summer, we now have the car for sale agian. The current owner doesn't get time to drive it anymore, and it's too great a car to let it sit around.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1988 Mercedes Benz 560 SL Roadster


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We have the original window sticker. This car was priced at over $63,400 in 1988 dollars. We also have the original books, manuals, and some receipts. The major service (timing chain) was done about 2,000 miles ago. The exterior finish shows exceptionally well. This is a dry climate, garage-kept Mercedes-Benz and it shows. The convertible soft top is clean and detailed throughout. We also have the auxiliary hardtop, in excellent condition. Open the doors to luxury. The interior displays clean original black leather upholstery throughout. The dash is clean and detailed, the original gauges functional and clear.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau


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This Thunderbird showcases a custom plum metallic base/clearcoat finish with a few dark blue accents. It is powered by its strong factory 390 cubic inch 4bbl. V8 rated at 315 horsepower & paired with the stout C6 automatic transmission. The interior features factory bucket seating in Ivory. This is a great car to drive and show off. It rides on the original wheels/hubcaps with updated whitewall radial tires. This '66 Thunderbird is the last of the "Jet Bird" design, photographed at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure and visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.The exterior showcases a professional custom paint job completed in 2003 in a dark plum base/clearcoat with dark blue metallic highlights. These are the major paint accents on this Thunderbird. The finish is base/clearcoat, polished to a mirror shine.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air


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Back in the mid 1950’s, there were not many more cars you wanted to be seen in than a Bel Air. This car was pure status and never failed to impress. This 1956 example of what came off of Chevy’s production line, still catches the attention of many spectators almost 60 years after it was produced. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1956 Chevy Bel Air.  The 56 was completed approximately 5 years ago.  There are many new modifications done to the car, all of which add to the eye catching appeal. As always, the exterior is what really catches the attention of anyone on a Bel Air. The bright yellow paint job is so clean that you are almost required to wear sunglasses when looking at it up close. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1957 Mercedes-Benz 190SL Roadster Classic


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The 190SL shared many design features with its big brother, the legendary 300SL with exception of the chassis. This example showcases a brilliant red finish over the iconic body lines. The front end & fenders feature some customization work, primarily the latter headlamp assemblies & fender vents. This work was performed during the paint & body restoration, giving the car an even greater resemblance to its bigger brother, the 300SL.  The interior is quite striking. The white and red really fit well together.  The dash and vintage instrumentation & gauges are in beautiful condition. The factory-fitted VDO instruments are functional. The Becker push-button radio is intact and also functional.  This is simply a beautiful interior. The white leather upholstery is in excellent condition. Under the hood resides the correct 1.9 litre Mercedes-Benz straight-4 SOHC engine, paired with the 4-speed manual transmission. The engine runs smoothly and the transmission shifts as it should. Again, this is a car that can be driven and shown. Be sure to play our video demonstration of this classic Mercedes.

 

 



 

 

1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Galaxie Skyliner


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this collector quality 1959 Ford Fairlane Galaxie 500 Skyliner Retractable Hardtop Convertible. This 12,300 original mile car underwent a frame-off restoration under the skillful hands of the retractable master, Mr. Jerry Miller. This has to be one of the finest Retractable Ford's in the world. It has been on the cover of Collectible Automobile magazine in June, 2003 & with a full feature article. This has mostly been a California car, acquired from a Farm Trust (estate purchase) with the mileage stated as correct. We cannot verify nor authenticate the actual mileage. We do know the car was completely restored and is in excellent condition. It displays its correct Geranium & Colonial White Two-Tone paint along with extensive factory options. The quality and condition of this car is excellent. During 1959, Ford's Galaxie Skyliner was part of the full-sized line-up. It carried both the Fairlane 500 & Galaxie designations.

 

 



 

 

1957 Chevrolet BelAir


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The exterior displays a good clean driver-quality black finish. The paint shows well throughout, but has several imperfections when you look closely. There are some chip touch-ups and other minor flaws I will detail in the photos. The stainless and chrome is in exceptional condition. All of the glass in also in good condition on this car. Check out this front bumper, Dagmars, and V8-BelAir exclusive gold grille & emblems. The wheels of choice are these 17-inch Eagle Alloys wrapped in 245/45ZR17 rubber all around. The brakes have been updated with a power-assist front disc setup. The interior is tastefully done, finished in ultra-leather with custom bucket seating and a matching center console. The door panels are press-molded custom pieces, attractive. The door undersides are solid, right and left. The steering column is a tilt unit, paired with a leather-wrapped billet steering wheel. The dash itself displays the factory BelAir trim in great shape along with updated Classic Instruments gauges.

 

 

 



 

 

2005 Lotus Elise - BOE Supercharged


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The Lotus Elise is one of the best handling road vehicles ever produced. This Lotus Elise has been further modified by BOE Fabrication with their REV300 Supercharger kit along with clutch & transmission upgrades. All of this work was performed by BOE. This example also features a fixed-position hardtop and further stiffening.  Fly High or FLY LOW, many of our photos of this street/race Elise were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom floor. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.  The original exterior paint is in exceptional condition throughout. This is an extremely capable and well-maintained automobile. Under the hood is the BOE supercharged 1.8 Liter DOHC high performance engine. BOE went even further with this particular car, upgraded the transmission and clutch assembly with high performance units. The clutch feel is very stiff and precise. It holds great. The wheels of choice are these black powder-coated 16 & 17-inch Rota brand wheels fitted with 225/45ZR17 & 205/50ZR16 Continental Extreme Contact High Performance Radials.

 

 

 



 

 

1972 Toyota Land Cruiser


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The exterior presents the original steel body throughout with driver-quality paint. The finish is old and faded, touched-up in areas, but presentable. The body is straight and true throughout. The paint is just fair at best. This has always been a light blue Land Cruiser. The wheels of choice are the stock steel 15-inch rims fitted with 31 x 10.5R15LT Chaparral Radial XT's all around.  The rear-mounted spare tire & wheel rides atop the custom steel rear bumper. There is diamond plate around lower body areas throughout and some minor rust. The front bumper is also custom, featuring a towing rig. Open the doors to a spartan and functional interior. The seating is not original, cloth buckets fitted in this FJ40 for comfort. The dash features the original gauge cluster along with an older aftermarket trio of gauges. The glove box door displays the original shift instructions. Under the hood is the stock & durable carburetor-equipped inline-6. This engine runs out strong, paired with the stock 4-speed manual tranny. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support.

 

 

 



 

 

2006 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Edition


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The Crossfire has a clean Auto Check report and verifies the mileage and that it is accident free. You are welcome to a copy upon request. The exterior presents the original Sapphire Blue Metallic paint in excellent condition. The black convertible soft top is clean and detailed, showing and functioning as new. This is a Limited Crossfire with the two-tone leather upholstery and luxury features. This car is optioned with the premium 240-watt Infinity Sound System and features standard options such as climate control & side impact air bags.  The upholstery is in excellent condition. This is a well-maintained car with less than 12,000 original miles. This car only has 11,746 miles on it. The factory alloy wheels are paired with quality Continental Touring Contact Eco Plus radials ; 225/40R18s up front & 255/35R19s in the rear. The power & speed-sensitive rear spoiler is a unique feature to the Crossfire.

 

 

 


1995 BMW 318i Convertible


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The 318i is BMW's budget-friendly model. This example is a 2-owner Texas car that has received regular maintenance throughout its life. It displays the original paint, interior and is powered by the original drivetrain. This is a very economical car with a small-displacement DOHC inline-4 cylinder engine paired with a factory 5-speed manual transmission. The interior is exceptionally clean throughout. This is a  well-cared for BMW and it shows. The leather upholstery is in excellent condition front to back. The dash is clean and detailed. The instruments are functional throughout this car. It drives down the road straight and true. The brakes stop straight. This car is ready to enjoy. The manual 5-speed transmission makes for excellent economy. The exterior presents the original body and paint throughout in good condition. This has always been a dry climate, garage-kept BMW and it shows. The blue convertible top is clean and detailed, in great shape.

 

 

 


 

1966 Chevrolet El Camino


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Many of our photos of this classic '66 El Camino were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is a bare bones El Camino, restored to original specifications. It is powered by what is believed to be its original 283 cubic inch 2bbl. V8 paired with the 3-speed standard column-shifted transmission. The paint was restored in the factory Regal red finish, chrome done along with it. This is a great looking El Camino, in very good to excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition.  Open the doors to 1966. The interior features restored bench seating. The transmission is a three-on-the-tree while the dash retains the original gauge cluster. The steering wheel is a woodgrain 3-spoke. The stereo system has been upgraded with a '66 El Camino specific custom audio AM/FM digital stereo. The headliner has been re-done along with the door panels. The rubber door seals were replaced as well. The dash is in very good condition.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1966 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this '66 Mustang. This car has had over $20,000 spent in recent restoration work, primarily by a local Mustang restoration company, Mid-Cities Mustang Inc. They are responsible for an extensive engine rebuild and the refinish of the paint. We have receipts verifying the work performed. The paint and body were completed in June 2013, along with interior restoration. The engine was rebuilt in February, 2014. The transmission was rebuilt previously, in March of 2012. This is a beautiful, road-worthy Mustang you can enjoy.The recent professional finish was done in black base/clearcoat, again completed in June, 2013. The paint is exceptionally nice on this Mustang, as is the body and undercarriage condition. It rides on custom 14-Inch Mangel Custom wheels with 195/70R14 radials front to back. The bumpers have also been re-chromed. This is a very attractive car.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1963 Studebaker Avanti


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The Studebaker Avanti was a personal luxury coupe built by the Studebaker Corporation between June 1962 and December 1963.Studebaker itself referred to the Avanti as "America's Only 4 Passenger High-Performance Personal Car!" in its sales literature. The Avanti was developed at the direction of the automaker's president, Sherwood Egber.

"The car's design theme is the result of sketches Sherwood Egbert "doodled"on a jet-plane  flight west from Chicago 37 days after becoming 
president of Studebaker in February, 1961. Designed by Raymond Loewy's team of Tom Kellogg, Bob Andrews and John Ebstein on a 40-day 
crash program, the Avanti featured a radical fiberglass body design mounted on a modified Studebaker Lark Daytona 109-inch convertible chassis
 with a modified 289 Hawk engine. The car was fitted with front disc-brakes which were British Dunlop designed units, made under license by Bendix , "the first American production model to offer them." A Paxton supercharger was offered as an option.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1964 Lincoln Continental

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This is a very nice 64 Lincoln. It just went through a complete cosmetic restoration. Originally a peach color, the owner decided to give it this classic triple black look. The paint , interior, and top are all very recently completed. The paint , interior, and top are all very recently completed. This is a beautiful Lincoln Continental.  You can't help but be reminded of the reasons it was so classy. Used for  government and corporate use, the Lincoln was a very popular car in the 60s. The top operation on these cars is a show stopper in itself. All in all, over a period of 3 years, this car has had approximately  $25,000. invested in it's restoration. Cosmetically it still has a few things that could be done to bring it to an even higher level, but it's a very nice car as it sits.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1966 Lincoln Continental


 

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Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. These Lincolns are among the favorites ever designed, with their slab sides and suicide doors. The convertible is a shade of green. It also functions as it should. The top lowers down into place, exposing this true 4-door convertible at its best.  The interior features the original leather upholstery, showing its age, but intact. The original door identification plate is intact. The dash houses original instrumentation throughout. The upholstery is original front to back. The power driver's seat operates front to back and tilts, the other functions will need attention. The exterior displays the correct white finish. The paint and body are exceptional throughout. This is a dry climate car and it shows.

 

 



 

 

 

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Roadster


 

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We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for allowing us to take photographs at their historic museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Mercedes' W113 chassis coupe/roadster body made its debut at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show. This nimble sports' luxury chassis was used through 1971, the final year. This example was treated to a beautiful restoration. The original green finish was upgraded to vintage Mercedes Pearl Green (Seafoam Green). This unique color was offered on the legendary 190SL Convertibles. It was the perfect color choice to restore this car in. We have several photos from Bud's Benz of the car in the restoration process, as shown above. This Mercedes looks amazing in person and gets tons of compliments from Mercedes' enthusiasts that have visited our showroom in the few days its been on display here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. The car was disassembled with all paint and interior restoration completed in 2009 by Bud's Benz. It has been garage-kept since and is in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically.

 

 



 

 

 

1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod


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Ride LOW or Fly High at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. We drive our vehicles up there for many photos, check them out too. This grass-roots chopped & channeled hot rod is no "rat"! The 383 Chevy's header-exhaust pipes sound great. Be sure to play our video for the experience. Don't be scared, this welded web lattice work doesn't have real spiders on it! The interior features spider-web stitched vinyl bucket seating along with a custom dash & stainless steel panels. The gauges consist of vintage S&W units along with an 8,000 rpm tachometer. The doors are secured with the original latches & safety-latches, dead-bolts. The horn is a vintage Warner unit with pull handle. A custom slide on and snap-on black roof cover with a padded red backing seals up the top well when desired.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Custom


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This 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille has led a pampered life, showcasing original body panels throughout. This car recently underwent an extensive restoration effort, showcasing beautiful Silver Gray metallic base/clearcoat paint with matching custom leather interior. It runs and drives beautifully and displays even better. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. Many of our photos of this gorgeous car were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. The exterior displays exceptional paint throughout. This is a well-cared for car with excellent qualities about it. The engine compartment is in show quality condition. This is the Cadillac 429 cubic inch V8 with accessories including power brakes, air conditioning, power steering and cruise control.

 

 



 

 

1966 Ford F-100 Custom Cab


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The exterior showcases beautiful two-tone Caribbean Turquoise & Wimbleton White paint with Custom Cab trim. These are the correct colors for this truck, confirmed by the trim tag. The body itself has always been a dry climate, cared for truck. The paint and body are in excellent condition. This truck is a pleasure to drive. The interior features restored OEM-style cloth & vinyl silver-thread turquoise upholstery in a beautifully restored cab. The dash was disassembled and the cluster sent off for restoration. The headliner has been replaced. The door panels and rubber seals were also replaced along with the carpeting. The low-profile air conditioning system is by Vintage Air. The windshield wipers have been upgraded. Power Windows has also been installed along with a custom CD Stereo & tasteful speakers. This truck is NICE.

 

 

 



 

 

1950 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1950 Chevrolet 3100 series light duty pickup truck. Chevrolet's Advanced Design trucks made many strides post-war in a prosperous, up-lifting time. This was the era where a pickup truck driver was a small business owner and working man. You may need the owner's manual. We have the original one. This truck has spent the last two years in a private owner's garage. He purchased the truck from a gentleman in Missouri in its present condition. Prior to that gentleman's ownership, the truck was in an Arizona collection. Today, it is proudly displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. This truck was built right. it has been disassembled and restored well. The paint is in very good condition as is the sheetmetal throughout. The chrome is in excellent condition. The grille and bumpers are beautiful front to back. You'll open the hood to find a jewel of an engine compartment.

 

 

 



 

 

1939 Cadillac La Salle


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully done 1939 Cadillac LaSalle Street Rod Coupe. This car features high quality paint & interior along with a strong big block drivetrain. This one is built to drive in comfort and win car shows. We had the privaledge of selling this particular street rod a couple years ago and now the new owner is ready to free up future ventures. We know this beautiful car well.  These tail lights have been reworked with '53 Buick lenses. There are numerous body modifications done to this car. The trunk lid has been smoothed & tag mount frenched. The cowl vent has been smoothed. The gas filler door has been relocated with Fagan door/cap. The bumpers and stanchions have been re-chromed. The running boards are steel replacements.  The exterior displays beautifully. The paint and body are in excellent condition. The windshield is "butted" in true street rod fashion. The wheels are 18-inches, by Billet Specialties. The stance and presence on this 1939 LaSalle is like none-other. This is a one-of-a-kind street rod.

 

 

 



 

 

1941 Ford F-1 Pick Up


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful classic Pre-War example of Ford's F-1 Pickup Truck. This 1941 model has been treated to an extensive frame-off restoration completed in November, 2012. This truck has been built to drive with comfort and win trophies at local and larger regional car shows. Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this classic F-1 Pickup Truck were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.  The exterior showcases quality base/clear coat brilliant red paint throughout. The steel body and running boards are in exceptional condition throughout. The interior is beautifully done, finished in tan leather with vinyl accents. Our shop installed insulation under the carpet, up the fire wall and on the floor just a few months ago. The seating features tan hides with contrasting stitching. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1991 MItsubishi 3000 GT


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This 3000GT is in exceptional condition. This is an un-modified naturally aspirated DOHC V6 powered example that is a pleasure to drive. The paint and interior is very clean and detailed. We have extensive service records dating back to 2002 at 57,919 miles along with its original books/manuals and window sticker. The car sold new at Fred Moore Mitsubishi in Columbia, Missouri. The car was professionally repainted approximately 5 years ago at a cost of about $5,000. This is a car that can be driven and enjoyed. The exterior presents a clean professional repaint of the original Monza Red color. This car had a sticker price of $25,903.00 off the showroom floor. These were extremely advanced cars in their time. This 3000GT was photographed at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is a one owner car with a very good Auto Check report. It is rated at 67 points when comperable cars are averaging 13-37 points. The miles are actual and there are no accidents reported.  

 

 



 

 

1985 Mercedes-Benz 380 SL


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic Mercedes-Benz were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in or near Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays very nice paint and body throughout. There are few imperfections to be found on this car. The bright work is in excellent condition. This is an always garaged Mercedes-Benz and it shows. Open the doors to luxury. The interior is in beautiful condition, the dash, upholstery, door panels, and carpeting is clean and detailed. The red leather upholstery was recently replaced with OEM type hides on both front seats and is in excellent condition. The dash displays all original instrumentation and the factory-optioned Becker cassette stereo sound system. Close inspection of the dash will reveal a couple of minor cracks near the windshield vents. The auxillary hardtop is in excellent condition inside and out.

 

 

 



 

 

1929 Ford Model A Super Deluxe


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These popular Model A replica's were produced between 1979 and 1982. This particular example is titled as a 1980 model. These are well-built cars, so much so that Ford actually waived design patents on the Model A and offered the Shay Replica's for sale in their showrooms across the United States. At one time during the Shay Model A production run, Shay was the 6th largest automobile manufacturer in the United States. This car is a turn-key example that is very fun to drive. This is certainly a unique car. As always, many of our photos of this Shay "A" were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, only minutes from our showroom. The exterior presents a good solid two-tone paint finish with full running boards & dual sidemount spares. The trunk features a rumble seat and steps to get you there, just like the original Model A. The Roadster top is easy to fasten to the windshield and lower into position. The top itself is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1996 Nissan 300ZX 2+2


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Most of our photos are taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. It is a wonderful place to visit for a family outing also.  This is a one owner 300zx that has been kept in very good condition since it was purchased in the Dallas area. the owner always kept up on the maintenance of the car and kept receipts of the work done.  Overall the paint is in good condition and lacks the fading associated with red autos. There are touch up marks between the headlights from normal road rocks around the badge. And the lower spoiler has a minor crack in it. There are some door dings and the normal wear and tear found on a daily driver.

 

 

 



 

 

1983 Jeep CJ-7 Laredo


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This tough Jeep features an updated inline-6 engine that has logged approximately 100,000 miles. This work was done around 2004. The transmission is a T-18 4-Speed with a Granny 1st Gear. This Jeep is a lot of fun to drive and will make someone a great ride. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Ft. Worth area. The suspension is basically original with a 2" shackle lift. The wheels are stock, fitted with B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain T/As all around with a matching spare on the rear. The interior is in great shape throughout. THe metal piece on top of the steering column is a locking device that fits over the ignition and locks the steering wheel. The seat upholstery is clean and detailed front to back. The dash and door panels are in excellent condition. The gauges are functional. The 4-speed transmission shifts as it should along with the 4-wheel-drive. A Clarion CD Stereo has been installed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1993 Nissan 300 ZX


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To quote the original dealer brochure in 1993,  the 300ZX was " the blending of all-out race car with sophisticated sports machine." This car is loaded with everything, power windows, seats, door locks, steering, brakes. The dark grey leather bucket seats are in very good condition. Drivers seat has multiple adjustments for comfort. The 2+2 denoted 2 bucket seats up front, with a 2 passenger rear seat. All 4 wheels are in excellent condition. There is not a sign of  anyone getting too close to a curb with this car. This is a one owner car and the mileage is actual. Bose audio sound system in car. Very smooth running and quite engine. Steering very tight, and you will not have rattles or wind noise issues.Original exhaust is still stock with a soft quite sound. The engine compartment is impeccably clean. Vin number clearly seen on car. Etched glass also shows the cars vin number.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1981 Chevrolet Corvette


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There aren't too many men that haven’t dreamed of owning a corvette at some point in their lives. This 1981 is an example of great way to get into the Vette hobby without having to spend a lot of money.  Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to bring this 1981 Chevrolet Corvette. We haven't seen too many 1981s in this color. This one still wears the original paint, showing some effects of it's age. It has its normal wear and tear, and some parts of the car are chipped, but it can still be enjoyed without having to worry about stone chips or getting caught in the rain. This is a true driver.  Chevy has been known for its great designs and even in 1981 they did a great job. The quality had improved; you will find decent gaps, neat bumpers and T-tops that seal up well. This one seems to be all-original and hasn’t had any dressing  up with aftermarket add ons. The interior is also showing it's age.  The seats have some wear and tear, and are covered with cloth covers, and the driver’s side has some holes as pictures show, while the rest of the interior is still in fair condition.

 

 

 

 


1979 Mercedes Benz


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This beautiful Mercedes was the third year of the new “W123” platform/chassis. There were some differences that had not been seen in the past, but the company wanted to model its new cars based off their S-class styling. One of the key features about this Coupe is that in fact it is diesel powered. There was not a turbo introduced until 1981, but the power is more than enough to get you where you need to go.The exterior is classic Mercedes at its best. The new, larger front bumper corrals the headlights in one sleek style as you take in all the bodylines of the car.  One of the new exterior features is the chrome molding that completely wraps around the front and rear windows on each side as one solid piece.  More chrome trim runs along the entire side of the body as it swoops into the big rear bumper.  

 

 

 



 

 

1974 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am


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Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos were taken at the historic Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior finish presents well throughout. The paint and body are in exceptional condition. The blue Firebird graphic was ordered on this car at a cost of $42.90 according to the PHS documents. The 455 4bbl. V8 is number's matching to this car, factory rated at 255 horsepower. The engine compartment displays the original sheetmetal through the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The original trim identification plate is in place as well. The engine runs smooth & strong, paired with the factory 3-speed automatic transmission. Be sure to play our video. The 455 engine option would disappear altogether by 1976.

 

 

 


1977 Pontiac Trans Am


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Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Please stop by this great museum if you find yourself in Dallas.
The movie Smokey and the Bandit was a childhood favorite for many car enthusiasts, and this 77 Trans Am is from the same year as the one used in the movie causing so much on screen mayhem and entertainment. Sure to get many conversations from the over 40 crowd wherever you drive it.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1964 Ford Falcon

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Up until mid 64 the Falcon was marketed towards America's youth. But, in 64 the ever popular Mustang was launched. The Falcon, even with the addition of the Sprint with it's V8 engine, the Mustang greatly overshadowed the Falcon. This Falcon is a fun convertible with its smaller body size and unique styling. The wheels are with hubcaps as usual with cars of this era. Most of our photos of this auto were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. This Falcon is a great candidate for a restore if you are looking to throw some love into an auto. With a little care you can have an auto that shows your individuality. Keep it original, or drop a little bigger engine in it and do a little customizing.

 

 

 



 

 

1995 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom


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The paint is beautiful, by DuSold DeSigns. This Harley-Davidson was stripped down to bare metal and refinished. The chrome is in excellent condition throughout. The tires were just replaced, although only 2,662 miles have been logged on this motorcycle thus far. The seat is by Badlander with a mini backrest. The pipes are by Screamin' Eagle. This is simply a beautiful bike.  The Evolution V-Twin engine runs like a DREAM. Be sure to play the video! There are many subtle features that went into this build.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1972 Chevrolet Nova Custom


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This classic Nova has been treated to an extensive restoration. The paint & body show exceptionally well, finished in midnight black base/clearcoat with red stripes, buried in clearcoat, color-polished to a mirror shine for the sinister & muscular look. As usual, many of our photos were done at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit them if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This stance is partially thanks to the 15-Inch American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels wrapped in Cooper Cobra radial tires. The rear tires are sized at 235/60R15s & fronts are 235/60R15s. Traction bars also aid in gripping the pavement. Under the hood is this later 350 c.I. 4bbl. V8. Induction is courtesy of an Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor atop a GM aluminum intake. Exhaust gases are expelled through free-flowing long tube headers to a custom dual exhaust system with turn-downs at the rear axle.

 

 

 



 

 

1965 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Ford Mustang 4-Speed Coupe. This car showcases its correct Rangoon Red color in a nice re-finish with new chrome throughout. The 289 "C" code V8 engine runs very strong and is paired with the factory-optioned 4-speed manual transmission.Our photoshoot of this classic Mustang was done at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The interior is in excellent condition. Check out the factory Rally Pac Gauges. Both the tachometer & the clock work. The steering feels great and the brakes stop straight. The dash and gauges are in excellent condition. The woodgrain GT steering wheel really fits this car's attitude perfectly.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2004 Chevrolet Corvette


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To this day Corvettes are probably the most iconic cars that are around. They have changed their design but keeping the same basic curves. They get recognized everywhere it drives to; and this one doesn’t make a different. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 2004 silver corvette. We would like to thank our friends from the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas Love Field where the photoshop of this 2004 Corvette took place. The Museum is located only a few minutes from our showroom, make sure you visit them if you are in town. To experience one of the best American muscle cars you got to look at the details first. This one comes in a shinny silver paint, and black interior.  The condition of its paint is beyond flawless, with the shiny coat still like if it was brand new, and the black tires with chrome wheels attract the attention of anybody. The corvette is equipped with the Z51 Performance Package, handleing suspension from the factory. 18x9.5 inch alloy wheels are chrome plated. Front and rear disc brakes help improve the drivability of the vehicle. The hardtop on this car comes out, being able to have a semi convertible car for those days when it is just the right temperature outside. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1973 Volkswagen Thing


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The Volkwagen Thing was only imported to the United States for 2 years. Only about 25,000 made it here to the States. This example, the Type 181 was the left-hand drive model imported to the USA. This example showcases custom dark red base/clearcoat paint and is a pleasure to cruise. The exterior displays the original sheetmetal throughout. These are very unique vehicles. The doors are removable as is the top. Even the windshield folds down in the Thing. Originally, the Thing was only available in three colors, Blizzard White, Pumpkin Orange, or Sunshine Yellow. The vinyl top on this VW Thing is in very good condition throughout as is the glass and removable window panels. Not only are the Thing's doors removable front to back, they are interchangeable. Interestingly enough, Volkswagen's Thing was built on the VW micro-bus pre-68 chassis. The engine compartment displays the reliable little dual point 1600 c.c. VW engine. This is a strong running little car that shifts through the gears with ease.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1987 Buick Grand National


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Fly Low in the Grand National or Fly High, many of our photos of this GM classic were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. 1987 would be the final and pinnacle year of the Grand National. The base turbocharged 3.8 liter engine churned out 330 ft-lbs of torque at 2400 rpm while making 235 horsepower at only 4,000 rpms. These cars boast sub 14-second quarter mile times at over 100mph off the showroom floor. This example has some modifications. The exhaust system is custom, from a high flow downtube to free-flowing intercooler piping and dual exhaust system, all displaying beautifully throughout. It runs excellent. An aftermarket fuel pressure regulator and hi flow in-tank fuel pump are also in place.

 

 

 


1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z28


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1973 was a good year for Camaros, and even more for the Z28. Neat options were available and one of the more appealing F-bodies.  This Camaro is a true Z-28 which you can see by the VIN#. It is also it's original engine, as per the stamping on the block.Dark blue paint and white racing stripes make for a good looking car.  The paint and bright work are in very good condition. The body panels line up well, and the body is straight. The duck tail spoiler gives a muscle car look to this Camaro and it sure has the power to back that up. Gone is the split front bumper from 72 and back is the full bumper.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1964 Buick Rivera


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This special Riviera has been in the same family since purchased new by the original owner in McKinney, Texas. This gentleman was the editor and chief at the McKinney Gazette. He passed away in 1965 and his wife became owner of this beautiful car. She later moved with the car from McKinney, Texas to Grand Saline, Texas. When she passed away in 1991, the car went to her nephew. All during this time the Riviera was well taken care of and always garage kept. In the year 2000, her nephew decided the car needed to go to his sons. This car is a true survivor, displaying much of the original paint, interior, and #'s matching drivetrain. It is a beautiful car that drives down the road very nicely.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1927 Chevrolet Roadster Capitol


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Cecil is a classic 1927 Chevrolet Series AA Capitol Roadster. Pricing was set at $525 for both the two-door Roadster as well as the four-door Touring car. One could spend upwards of $800 for a well-equipped version of Chevrolet's Capitol. This example sports a canvas convertible top, rear mounted spare, swing-away windshield, whitewall tires, and steel wheels.The 1927 Chevrolet AA Series Capitol would help unseat Ford as number one in automobile sales for 1927. The 3-millionth Chevrolet rolled off the assembly line in 1927. There were more than 650,000 Capitol Series vehicles built in 1927. Eight body styles made up the new Capitol roster. The Capitol was billed as the " Most Beautiful Chevrolet Ever ".

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang


 

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Clean may be the perfect word for a car like this one, a lovely 1965 Ford Mustang coupe that pretty much describes the Mustang era in the 60’s. From the red stripes to the white paint to the detailed interior and moving to the engine bay the car looks great. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1965 Ford Mustang coupe to you. Someone took a great deal of time to come up with a great little custom Mustang that has touches of  a  Shelby GT  and all in a 6 cylinder car. When you dream about cars, you may be dreaming of something custom or simply an original model.  The paint looks fantastic with the red stripes along the car; the paint is fairly new and coated with quality PPG Deltron base/clear coat. Starting the list the owner of the car did a custom Shelby exterior that includes side scoops, Shelby wheels, hood scoop, and GT 350 badged wheels.The tail lights are from a mid 60s Cougar. Nothing comes in between this Mustang and the street but the new  racing modular wheels wrapped in Starfire tires. Black buckets in the interior are like good old friends for people that own Mustangs. Its all in excellent shape, remarkably restored with the new Ford licensed reproduction products. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang 2+2


SOLD

 

The fastback generation of Ford’s pony lineup is one of the iconic body styles of all time. Originally named for the fighter plane P-51 Mustang, Ford later just related the cars to the Mustang horse. Many of our photos were taken at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum just outside of Dallas Love Field Airport. Please pay this great museum a visit next time you're in Dallas. This fastback was built in San Jose, California and spent most of it's early life in that state. The current owner's dad bought the car for her in 1987 and she has owned it ever since.  Crisp lines, great details and the Vintage Burgundy color paint make this Mustang  look like it just rolled off the showroom floor in 1965. Unfortunately the door tag has been lost over the years and we can't verify the color or much else other than that it is a factory 289.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Chevy Post


SOLD

 

Close inspection of the exterior of this car will confirm that this is one of the nicest, black, sinister looking Chevy's on the market today. Originally built and individually owned here in Texas, this car has been a cherished, garaged, and street driven member of the family. You may remember this beauty from our web site a few years ago. We sold it for the original builder and it remained here in Texas loved by it's new owner just as much.  It has been extremely well taken care of. The current owner has decided it's time to move on to another. We are proud to have this black beauty back. The heart of this Chevrolet is a professionally balanced and blueprinted DART 427c.i. block. AFR 220 aluminum cylinder heads provide plenty of breathing room for the Weiand polished supercharger to force feed this engine.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1924 Ford Model T-Bucket


 

SOLD

We have all seen plenty of these t-buckets , each one different in some way.  Texas Classic Cars of Dallas presents this older built T-Bucket. We also have a set of front and rear fenders that come with the car. This car is not only a blast to show but it is as well to drive. Power is courtesy of a 327 V8.  The engine is stamped F0429RB. It's a 1962 327 built in Flint, MI on April 29th, and came from a full sized car. That may not sound like much of an engine, but in a T-Bucket that's more than enough power to get you there fast. The deep red body and black frame make a nice combination and the many chrome parts set off this bucket. Exhaust gases are expelled through custom pipes that sound awesome.  Stopping power is thanks to the disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1949 Willys Jeepster


SOLD

 

Thank you to our friends at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum for their great photo background. Please stop in and pay a visit to this fantastic museum. Willys Overland took several steps to improve the Jeepsters position. The vehicle that truly lets you enjoy the nice days out. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to bring to you this unique 1949 Jeepster. The Jeepster borrows some features from both the Willys Station Wagon and truck, attempted to bridge the gap between the post war and the new era. This classic showcases a yellow paint job.  The current owner has owned it since 2007 and has not used it too much ever since just for special occasions.For as old as this Jeepster is, it is in exceptional condition, what better to enjoy the sunny days of spring than in an open car like this one.  Both doors close nicely and the grey top can be taken off for a convertible car. Moving along to the interior, the seats are covered with a red vinyl that looks to have been restored, they show no signs of wear or tear and the dashboard is all steel matching the color of the exterior. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1979 Chevrolet Corvette L82


SOLD

 

The L82 350 is a performance version of the base 350 and manufactured between 1973 and 1980; both powered the Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro. Texas Classic is happy to present this 1979 Corvette L82, powered by a 350 cu in V8 engine and more than capable of producing 225 horse power this sweet ride will leave you wanting more of it. Featuring a light blue corvette paint, looking great and showing almost no chips throughout the car. There are some small bubbles in the paint which we will show in upcoming pictures. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. The 1979 corvette was given a facelift with the fastback rear  and aggressive rear gaving all of the C3 a new and more muscle car look. The performance image of this car could not be found anywhere else. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Victoria


SOLD

 

 Many of our photos of this auto were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. The owner of this fantastic Victoria used to be President of National Ford V-8 Club and a member of all Texas Chapters, he loved this automobile and all of his early Ford V-8s and  cared for them all extremely well, until his passing in 2011. Mr. Murphy Stockton has been missed greatly by his  family as well as his V-8 family.Anywhere you look on this vehicle, you will see everything is in tip top shape. The paint, chrome, interior, and metal condition are excellent. There is a large chip on the continental kit tire cover, which is being repaired.  1951 was the first year for the Ford-O-Matic transmission.

 

 

 

 


1968 Chevrolet Camaro


SOLD

 

This Camaro may look like a typical 1968 Camaro SS hardtop, but take another look with a stout 383 under the hood and  4 speed automatic tramission and an impressive attention to detail this car is nothing but ordinary. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this amazing and very fast Camaro. The paint and the body work were done a few years ago, stunning black stripes running from the front grille to the rear through the spoiler over a the red base/clear paint this car sure attracts a crowd anywhere it goes. SS badges all over the car, black grille and the details give a look that shows off the classic Camaro lines quiet well.

 

 

 


1963 Lincoln Continental


 

SOLD

This is a beautiful Lincoln Continental.  You can't help but be reminded of the reasons it was so classy. Used for  government and corporate use, the Lincoln was a very popular car in the 60s. The new Continental's most recognized trademark, front-opening rear "suicide doors", was a purely practical decision. The new Continental rode on a wheelbase of 123 inches (3,100 mm), and the doors were hinged from the rear to ease ingress and egress. When the Lincoln engineers were examining the back seats that styling had made up, the engineers kept hitting the rear doors with their feet. Hinging the doors from the rear solved the problem. The doors were to become the best-known feature of 1960s Lincolns.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 302

SOLD

 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very rare & perennial favorite American Muscle Car, the 1969 BOSS 302 Mustang. This car was sold new at Dar Quinn Ford in Brawley, California.  This BOSS showcases a good solid dry climate body finished in bright Calypso Coral. Out of the 1,628 Boss 302 Mustangs produced in 1969, only 410 were ordered in Calypso Coral. The mechanicals have been attended to extensive with over $20,000 spent in recent rebuilds of the engine, transmission, suspension, along with necessary maintenance as needed to date. Approximately 500 miles have been logged since the drive train rebuild. The odometer mileage of 94,534 is believed original to this car according to the long time owner. We certainly don't doubt this. This is your opportunity to own a true collectible. The aggressive stance leaves little doubt to the Trans Am racing appeal Ford's Boss Mustang brought to the scene on its 1969 introduction. You could order the BOSS in one of four colors, Wimbleton White, Acapulco Blue, Bright Yellow, and this eye-popping Calypso Coral.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1996 Jaguar XJS

SOLD

Jaguar has always been know for its English styling and status. This design shows that elegance and craftsmanship throughout. This is a very nice example of a 2 owner car with miles averaging just around 4800 a year. The car was purchased in the Dallas area and has remained here ever since. The top is in excellent shape and is operated electronically from center console button. The  tan interior is in very good shape. There is also very nice touches of wood trimming on steering wheel and dash. The interior door panels and carpet are very well kept. The interior is in very good condition.

 

 


1969 Ford Mustang Convertible 302


SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present another gem out of the personal collection of golf-great Lee Trevino, a 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible coming from the factory with the optional Ford 302 cu. in. V8 producing around 210 HP. The fit and finish is very good on the 69. There are a few minor little dimples in a few spots, but nothing really serious. The car was driven and enjoyed. 1969 was a very influential year in the muscle car era.   Ford was not going to go unnoticed. This pony is a stunning example of how you were able to drive to a showroom floor and buy a car that would not only compete with other muscle cars on tracks and straights, but also let you have the most luxurious ride imaginable without sacrifice.


 



 

 

 

1965 Shelby AC Cobra Replica

by BackDraft Racing


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This high performance street drivetrain features a 302 cubic inch V8 with extras. A Holley 4bbl. carburetor feeds the air/fuel mixture to an aluminum Edelbrock RPM Air Gap intake manifold. Ignition duties are more than handled by a pro-billet distributor and MSD Blaster Coil. A performance cam gives the car a perfect power curve. The horsepower is estimated at 350, more than enough to get this Cobra moving in a hurry. The valve covers are classic finned aluminum with Ford Racing script. A serpentine belt system & chromed pullies drive the alternator and water pump Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and detailed quality components throughout. Custom polished coolant hoses are paired with a polished billet overflow for the cooling system. 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1937 Chrysler Airflow Imperial C-17


SOLD

 

This beautiful Airflow has been Texas owned since 1966, having underwent an extensive no expense spare frame-off restoration in Amarillo completed in 1997. We have many photos of this car in its disassembled bare form along with the engine and chassis. The original L-head 8-cylinder engine was rebuilt during the restoration by Cecil Johnson at Tristate Machine.  Chrysler's Airflow was produced from 1934 until 1937. Sales dwindled year by year to only 4,600 units for '37. This advanced stream-lined design was perhaps too ahead of its time. This particular example is in beautiful condition, boasting a seasoned restoration of which originality as the focus. Always a dry climate car, the undercarriage is very solid with no signs of panel replacement or rust. The paint is in beautiful condition, as is the body throughout this car. The paint work was by Ken Henson, completed in 1997. The Airflow design was subjected to extensive wind tunnel testing by Chrysler engineers including Carl Breer, Fred Zeder, and Owen Skelton. Orville Wright was also involved in the wind tunnel testing. The dashboard is a work of art in itself. The factory gauges and dash are in gorgeous condition on this Airflow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1957 Chevrolet BelAir


 

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Our background is shot at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum located at Dallas Love Field. We thank them for allowing us to shoot most of our shots at their location. Please stop in and visit the museum when you are in Dallas. We are very proud to present this beautifully restored 57. It is truly one of the finest out there, and as you know, there are many 57s on the market. There is no mistaking the iconic rear wings of the Bel Air. The fit and finish of the Bel Air are fantastic. The chrome and bright work on this car are outstanding. The Bel Air has the so called "California one piece bumper".  Chevy's attempt at air stream styling gives this auto some great features.We don't have the history of this beautiful Bel Air, but it has been well taken care of.  The badging is gold as is signature to the Bel Air. Front bench seats that let you keep your "honey" close to you while driving, were the thing back in the 50s. We also installed a new retro fit updated correct Chevy radio with the newest modern updates.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1972 Chevy Corvette

SOLD

Rally wheels are in excellent condition. Interior wise, the steering wheel, GM seatbelts, gauges, carpet, along with the console and rear storage bins are in excellent condition. Vehicle was fully serviced in January 2014. all instruments gauges, lights, turn signals,brakes, engine,transmission and rear-end are in good operating order.The undercarriage is just a nice as the topside. Notice the chrome and stainless steel finish and how perfect it is. The undercarriage is just a nice as the topside. Notice the chrome and stainless steel finish and how perfect it is. The seats are real leather and were reupholstered and new foam was installed just prior to 2012. 

 

 



 

 

 

1973 Ford Mustang Match 1

SOLD

This is a very nice driver quality Mach 1. Painted its original white, with the interior changed to black. It was originally blue. The interior is in very good condition. All the seats and door panels look great. Like to do burn outs? Someone added a line lock to lock the front brakes just for that reason.  You have factory gauges giving you oil, temperature, and alternator info to help keep track of engine vitals. The odometer reads 35481, but we don't have any idea if that's actual. The stereo system includes an aftermarket deck that has the looks of stock, but allows for aux inputs. Also you have the aftermarket Sony Xplod speakers for a little better kick in sound quality.

 

 

 

 


1955 Chevrolet Bel
Air/150/210 Hard Top


SOLD

 

This magnificent example of a classic car still to this day catches the eye of every car enthusiast around the world. Chevy was ready to become a serious contender in the luxury car market, all while still keeping the “hot rod” feel. This is the first generation that sported the iconic two-tone paint scheme in which these cars are known for. All new styling, performance and luxury were added to this generation Bel Air and it did not fail to please any future buyer from then until even this day. The exterior is really the attention getter of this beauty. The classic two-tone red and white paint job is beautifully accented with plenty of chrome trim allowing for no doubt that once behind the wheel of this car, you are to leave others in envy. Many of our photos were shot at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum located at the Dallas Love Field Airport just minutes from our showroom. Please visit this great museum when you are in Dallas.

 

 

 


1972 Chevy Monte Carlo


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This beautiful white Monte Carlo drives as great as it looks. The inside could seat five adults and there is plenty of room for luggage or groceries if used as a daily driver. Fender flares help keep the visual lines flowing as Chevy marketed this auto as a Luxury model . This is why you will not see this model with a standard transmission. This car is amazing. The chrome and bright work are in very good condition. Dual exhaust blows out the rear, but the sound is still low key and pleasant. All four tires are like new with less than 500 miles on them. The car was ordered with rear fender skirts.Purchased at Don Allen Chevrolet in Pittsburgh, PA,  the Monte Carlo has had only 2 owners.  Our seller has the window sticker, owners manual and protecto plate. This car is truly a survivor. Other than a paint job and new tires and a few new items, the car is original. The  mileage is believed to be actual, and the car shows very little wear inside.

 

 

 


2007 BMW 328I


SOLD

 

Rack and pinion steering

4 wheel disk bbrakes

Fuel injected

6 cyclinder 230 horsepower

One Owner Texas Car

 

 

 


1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck


SOLD

 

For the 1958 model year, all Chevrolet light duty pick up models were designated as Apaches. They were a favorite of farmers and ranchers. They trucks are most common to be owned by collectors for their simple design and classic styling.This '58 Chevy is an 1100 series, built in Atlanta, GA. The restoration was a complete one. Not knowing for sure, it looks like a complete body off.The recipe for success is easy, take a 1958 Chevy truck, paint it white and give it a comfortable and stylish interior. The result will speak for itself, making this pick up a show worthy piece. It has been well taken care of ever since coming out of the showroom in 1958.The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 


 


1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck


SOLD

 

For the 1958 model year, all Chevrolet light duty pick up models were designated as Apaches. They were a favorite of farmers and ranchers. They trucks are most common to be owned by collectors for their simple design and classic styling.This '58 Chevy is an 1100 series, built in Atlanta, GA. The restoration was a complete one. Not knowing for sure, it looks like a complete body off.The recipe for success is easy, take a 1958 Chevy truck, paint it white and give it a comfortable and stylish interior. The result will speak for itself, making this pick up a show worthy piece. It has been well taken care of ever since coming out of the showroom in 1958.The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

1947 Buick Super Convertible


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From the early 1940s to the early 50s, Buicks absolutely dominated the highways of America above other brands. Bold designs, a smooth ride, and superb after great sales and service paved the way for Buick's amazing success. Buick's spectacular grille with its chrome bars make it  a great American iconic car. The luxurious exterior that is showcased leaves everybody that sees this car cruising around wish they were the proud owner.Today, a convertible  such as this amazingly restored Series 56-C is a rare sight.  The Buick was discovered in an old garage that had trees growing in front of the door. The trees had to be cut down to even get the car out.  It's hard to believe that what came out of this garage is the beautiful car you see now in our ad. The current owner of this car had real vision. He wanted to maintain the beauty of the 47 while creating a car he could drive and enjoy.The front clip and rear end are from a 1980 Trans Am. This car drives like a new car. The updated tan interior with its  bench seats that are very comfortable, is the  perfect color to blend with the stunning deep metalic  green exterior. 

 

 

 

 


1971 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe / LT-1


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This is 1 of 1,949 LT-1 equipped Corvettes produced in 1971.
A two-owner car, this example was purchased new from Winchester Chevrolet in Winchester, Virginia. It was Bridgehampton Blue with blue interior. During the first owner's tenure, the car was repainted white. The 2nd owner acquired the car in 1990 with 69,000 miles on the odometer.
Today, this classic Corvette LT-1 is proudly on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
Under the hood is the classic high performance LT-1 smallblock V8. Introduced in 1970, the LT-1 gained fast notoriety with its 370 horsepower solid lifter, performance cam equipped V8. 1971 brought low lead fuel and lower compressions. With 9.0:1 compression, this engine is factory rated at 330 horsepower. This example's original engine has been fitted with an Edelbrock carburetor atop the factory aluminum intake. The cam has been replaced with a newer LT-1 cam, replaced solid lifters, bearings, oil pan, and general tune-up items. This powerplant is backed by the Muncie M-21 4-speed manual transmission. The original breather has also been replaced.

 


1982 Mercedes Benz 380 SL


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Texas Classic cars brings you this very nice 1982 Mercedes 380SL. From 1980 to 85 there were 53,200 380SLs  produced, only 9926 were built in 1982. We have the Auto Check report for this Mercedes and it scored a 57 out of an average range of 15-36. The report can be emailed to anyone who requests it. It shows as a 2 owner car, the current owner having just installed new exhausts and muffler.The exterior in in good condition throughout. Ther e are a few minor flaws in the paint, but nothing major. We believe the car has always been a Texas car. The Auto Check doesn't start until 1990 and it has been in Texas since then.

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

1955 Ford PickUp F100


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In the '50s, Ford F100 was simply a pickup truck designed to put in a full day's work without any complain. Now days they are highly a collectables car that make very nice rides. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas present to you this 1955 Ford F100 Pickup Truck.  Built and put together not long ago, this burgundy paint captures great curves of the Ford's design. The 1955 pickup styling was clean and modern, but it had way more to it, it looked more like a truck, tough, solid, practical and handsome explaining its success when new and also as a collector vehicle.  Classic chrome 5-spoke Panther Juice wheels in place and Toyo tires. Restored recently, but not a frame off restoration, fit and finish in some parts is fair and in others needs some more work. The front grille is an example of how good the design back in the 50s was. The bed is still in need of work. Also the 4 holes in the top of the side rails need addressing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Mercedes Benz 230 SL


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Perhaps one of the most luxurious brands on the market is the Mercedes Benz, this handsome 1966 230SL  could be one of the most successful models of the late 60’s.  It's a wonderful example of engineering that defines the brand to this day. With production of both the  300SL and the 190SL cars coming to and end in 1963, Mercedes Benz needed  a new car to carry the SL (Sehr Leicht, very tight) torch. And while the previous cars immortalized the SL moniker, the 230SL was more a spiritual successor to those cars than a direct descendant. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present to you this 1966 Mercedes Benz 230SL.  Mercedes debuted the 230SL at the Geneva Auto Show in March of 1963, to  great acclaim. Exterior styling was a departure for Mercedes, which had until this point relied on rounded, even bulbous curves to characterize its automobiles. But the 230SL bordered on square, pulled off through the use of clean, elegant lines. intellegent placement of the wheels in proportion to the rest of the design, and a tall "pagoda" removable hard top.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Plymouth Barracuda


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The sleek lines of the E-Body Barracuda are unmistakable. Gone was the stigma of the Barracuda being an economy car. The 1970 Barracuda featured an all-new body design. Built on a short, wide platform that became known as the E-body, the Cuda and Challenger shared this platform, however no sheetmetal interchanged and the Barracuda was built on a 108-inch wheelbase, slightly shorter than the Challenger. This '70 model certainly takes things to an entirely new level in terms of performance and killer good looks while embracing the raw muscle car feel and sound. This is TRULY a ONE-of-ONE built Mopar.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1973 Ford Ranger F100


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Chrome trim throughout the truck both inside and outside in excellent shape. This is a great daily driver and work truck still to this day. Classic styling, dependable and just a fun truck period. Ford redesigned the pickup with a new simplified box construction utilizing a single strong sheet of steel, made the inside panel, wheelhouse and part of the floor one solid piece.The bed is well used, as this truck was a driver. The doors are solid underneath. The factory air is working. The engine compartment is solid and clean. The Ford runs great.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Jeep Super Wagoneer


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Productions numbers for this vehicle were very low, some say as low as 1200. Purchased by a local Dallas resident in 2011, the vehicle was purchased in Washington state and brought to Legacy Classic Trucks in Wilson, Wyoming to be restored. While there, the Jeep underwent over $34,000. in restoration.  Many of our photos were taken at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum located at the Dallas Love Field Airport. PLease stop in and visit this great museum, when you're in Dallas. This Jeep has unique styling in the trim and top that not seen often. You can see the very different texture of the side trim in the pics.Secretaudio SST stealth unit in center console. Capable of playing remote Ipod units for taking your music collections with you. All seating is in excellent condition all throughout the vehicle. Chrome trim accents from the doors to the rear cargo area give the classy retro feel inside.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Lincoln Continental


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This is one of the most classic automobiles in the history of cars. The 1964 Lincoln came with the suicide doors, making it really easy for those in the back seat to get out of the car. Locally purchased at Downtown Lincoln Mercury in Dallas in 1964, the same family has owned it ever since. It appears the car has had a repaint to it's original color. The body is straight and solid. The brightwork has very few flaws. There are a few dents in the stainless, but for an original 49 year old car, it's quite good. The family decided to sell the car and asked that we get it running. We flushed the radiator, dropped and cleaned the gas tank, rebuilt the carburetor, and did a complete tune up. The Lincoln runs great now. The original Lincoln hub caps are in good condition all around. As for the interior of the vehicle, there are signs of wear and tear from over the years. The seats have are definately showing their age, but are still just as comfortable as before. The new owner will definately need to do some restoring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Cadillac Coupe DeVille


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Many of our photos of this auto were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Cadillac class and styling are surely present on this beautiful  DeVille. New up front was a bi-angular grille that formed a V-shape along both its vertical and horizontal planes. The main horizontal grille bar was now carried around to body sides. Outer grille extension panels again housed the parking and cornering lamps.This was the 17th consecutive year for the Cadillac tail fins with a new fine-blade design carrying on the tradition. This is a very fine example of the 64. It has been well maintained over the years. The car was painted back to it's original color about 8 years ago. The car came from California originally, and was brought  to Dallas  about  12 years ago. The Sewell Cadillac emblem was added to the car.  

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1980 Toyota FJ Cruiser


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The history of the FJ40 body style is extremely vast. The model has been very popular in other countries for over 50 years. It's body style is timeless, and they are know for being very rugged. This model FJ43, a variant of the FJ40 line is unique. It gives you the styling of the FJ40 but with a longer length body. Much like a Jeep Scrambler has a longer length body. This will allow you obviously to carry more give you more stability on the road driving. The rear split doors give excellent access to entry. Also notice the rear spare tire, which will give you the ability to carry larger size tires if you choose later to upgrade to. his is a two owner vehicle. The original owner was in Colombia, from where the second owner purchased it. It was then imported into the U.S. where it now resides. Documentation as well as tags support this info. We have the import documents as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford  Bronco Convertible


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1966 Bronco frame off restoration completed late 2013.  The Bronco demands attention with an immaculate exterior including flawless paint, custom bumpers, wheels and tires.  The interior is has all the modern comfort with new seats, marine grade carpet, adjustable front and rear seats, 3 point safety belts, drink holders and sleek lines with polished aluminum accents.  The ease of handling will surprise anyone with lifted vehicle experience and especially restored Broncos - no wobbles down the road, smooth shifting, easy turning with a firm feel of the road and power braking. For added comfort the Bronco has integrated A/C and heat. This is a chance to own one of the off road icons of the 60's and 70's. A 66 Ford Bronco, that has been restored to a level that needs no further updates. It has a very long list of items that improve the beauty and function of the truck. The lights are HID headlights with LED Halos (bi-xenon) a very cool light. Custom front bumper and skid plates give a very aggressive look, yet are very functional if needed during off roading.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1950 Nash Statesman Broughman


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Nash was an independent auto manufacturer established in 1902. In 1954, Nash merged with another independent, Hudson, to form American Motors Corporation.After World War II, there was a flood of ideas of what postwar cars should look like, and the designs featured sleek body lines flowing backs in a teardrop shape, with a low roof and enclosed wheels. Several companies showed off these concepts but only Nash put such a car into production. That was the 1949-1951 Nash Airflyte. There is also a large amount of various extra NOS (new original stock) parts that are included with the car.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Coupe

High Roller Speed Shop


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Penned from the desk of the owner of this great coupe, "Life is short, screw gas prices, drive a hot rod" what better saying than that? This bad boy is Texas titled as a 1932 Ford 2 door. This is an  iconic Ford Deuce Coupe the kind that has been honored by movies like American Graffiti and the music of the Beach Boys. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one of a kind car to you. The drivetrain consists of a 454 Chevy engine connected to a fresh TH350 transmission and a 1985 jaguar rear end.  It's bones are a Heritage body with a Clarke frame. A closer look at this coupe will leave you speechless. A three window body with a 4 inch chop that is gel coated black. The dice seem to be the theme of this amazing hot rod. Front suspension is a spring over 6 inch dropped axle with 27 inch hairpin radius rods and chrome shocks. Rear suspension consists of adjustable coil overs with rear radius arms connected to the Jaguar rear end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1979 MGB


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Bucket seats and the top down, a nice 4 cylinder engine and a  manual gear box, can all make you want to believe that your money is well spent.  Restored a few years ago, the MGB has not been driven much lately. The owner asked us to go over the car and be sure everything was good to go.It needed brake hoses, so we replaced those, checked the engine over,  and detailed the car.An deep orange exterior was one of the popuar colors for this years British car, something that will draw peoples attention is that clean solid body; and the only way we know how to enjoy this car in Texas is with its top down.   The doors you will notice close without any problem and fit perfectly fine, in the back we can see its chrome luggage rack for those weekend getaways.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Chevrolet Corvette 327


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A car like this is what most of the Corvette lovers are looking for to add to their collection, a matching numbers 327, a 4 speed gearbox and a fantastic red paint job, it is sure a very nice and ideal way to have vintage Corvette to add to your future. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette. Thanks to the previous owners of this car, there has been very little wear at all on the car. From door jams, and anywhere you  look it's  covered in it's original code 2974AA Rally Red paint. Chrome bumpers were still in fashion in 1968, and accent  the delicate look of the grill work on the front  and a subtle duck tail spoiler out back, give the car a sleek look so popular to this generation Vette. The corvette aluminum wheels are wrapped in Goodyear tires. These wheels are not original to the car.  The previous owner added a little striping, nothing too obvious, but a little extra. There are 2 sets of T-Tops with the car, the tinted glass ones you see here and a solid painted set as well.  There is also a car cover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1989 Pontiac Firebird


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As you can tell from the video, the engine sounds good and there is no smoke coming out of the exhausts. Pontiac wanted to end the 80’s the best way it could by producing a Firebird that was ready to tear up any pavement around. The F-body is one of the highest production lines produced. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present this 1989 Pontiac Firebird.  This year Pontiac was fast and not super expensive. Being seen in this car at high school increased your social status. The exterior is a brilliant shade of black. The paint shows well with just a few minor imperfections. The firebird wheels add the effect of “built for speed”. The F-body styling was eye catching to any muscle car enthusiast back in that time, and still to this day, these cars are highly sought after because of their exterior views.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang


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There aren't that many 67 Mustangs in this condition for such a great price. This 1967 Ford Mustang coupe has been restored inside and out in 2004. A darker red paint, and a V8 engine give life to this great little Mustang. Anybody knows that the Mustang coupe represents what most enthusiasts bought back then if they wanted a great car for a good price. The dark red paint is eye catching. It's not the cars original color, but it looks great on this little coupe. Restored in Dallas, Texas and kept through the years in a dry and warm climate, this very straight muscle car wears fresh paint and there is not one person that isnít attracted to this classic body style.  Great panel alignments and a black vinyl roof dress it up very nicely. Stunning chrome, bright and authentic badging all around the car. The wheels are wrapped in Cooper Cobra tires. Notice the clean under side of the doors. This is a solid little Mustang. This one has been redone and ready to show and go, black bucket seats that bring to life the muscle car era. Round gauges covering half of the red and black dashboard. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2000 Jaguar XKR


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Few automotive marquees have the romance and the heritage of Jaguars. From the beginning in the 1930’s to the present its sedans have been their specialty, sports car have been acclaimed for theirs designed and more importantly for their performance. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 2000 Jaguar XKR supercharged convertible. Dropping the supercharged version of a 4.0L engine created the XKR; it was the fastest accelerating car in the current Jaguar line ever.  There is absolutely no lack of power, not with 370 horses on tap. Showcasing a red paint, the XKR it is distinguished by its wire mesh grille, functional hood louvers, small duck tail and 18 inch five spoke alloy wheels. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Mustang GT


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The 66 Mustang was treated to a frame off restoration a few years ago by Mustangs of Chicago. The GT came with cut away dual exhausts exiting through the rear valance with trumpeted style pipes. The dash has the correct GT wood grain with 5 gauge cluster. 1966 GTs had the option of manual or automatic transmissions. This pony is equipped with it's correct Cruise-O-Matic 4 speed automatic transmission.The correct color and trim for our 66 was Emberglo Metallic body and Parchment Crinkle and Rosette Vinyl with Emberglo, standard interior. It's obvious the restoration shop thought the car would look much better in the current colors and the Pony interior. We would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum for their great background for some of our photos. Please stop by and see them when you're in Dallas. Classic looks are still in place with the stock radio. There are touches of wood accents throughout the car. The top has it's matching boot. The trim and decal package are distinctively GT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra


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This car was Fords creation meant to blow the doors off the competition. The Cobra, which  in 1994 displayed a more powerful V8, was now able to go toe-to-toe with the Pontiac Formula/Trans AM as well as the Chevy Z28 Camaro. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra. Around 10,000 units were produced this year, and the price tag was a little high compared to competitors. However, the Cobra did not fail to please most car enthusiasts that were searching for an adrenalin rush . The exterior also saw some new modification not previously seen on other year models. The taillights were vertically themed, which was added to all mustangs that year, and paid homage to those of the original Mustang, with three quasi-vertical elements. The black finish is good condition, it is showing some stone chips on the front, however, that is because the car is completely original and being sold by the original owner. The special racing wheels and rear spoiler assure you that the car was going to do everything it could to drive all that power to the ground.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1934 Ford 2 Door Sedan


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If you live in the Dallas area and are looking for a show winner,  we've got just the car for you. The 1934 Tudor is one of the most highly sought after cars in the industry. The classic styling and modern technology really can make these cars one of a kind. This example of a modern “resto-mod” did not fail to impress. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one of a kind 1934 Ford. Every single nut and bolt was nearly replaced during the process in turning this beauty into a dream show car. It is an all steel car with original bumpers and still attached to the original frame. The brilliant red exterior color choice really gives off the hot rod vibe once you first glance at the 34 Ford. The paint is in perfect condition due to it's owner taking extremely good care of her. The front and rear bumpers have been rechromed and the new $3000 front grill really gives off the appeal of a work of art.  The fit and finish on this 34 are exceptional. No expense was spared in this build. During the restoration, the owner added a few modern touches to the suspension and brake system. Out back you will find coilover shocks and springs, while there was also the addition of Willwood disc brakes on all four corners. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1939 Chevrolet Sport Coupe


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If you are in the market for an award-winning car look no further, this slick 1939 Chevrolet 2 door Sports Coupe may be just the right hot rod for you. Room for 4 people, a smooth 350 V8 engine and all of the modern conveniences. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present to you this amazing hot rod. This original Texas car has a steel body with Superior Fiberglass rear fenders, hood and side panels, and running boards. THe hood hinges are from Sachse Rod Shop. The front and rear ribbed  bumpers are by Briz. The Porsche Red paint looks great on the Chevy's curves, going beyond the original look the owner chose to wrap the nose in yellow flames. Many of our photos are taken at the Frontiers of Flight Museum located just outside of Dallas Love Field. please stop in and visit this great museum next time you are in Dallas. Headlights and taillights were molded into the fenders for a slicker look. The front suspension is a Mustang 2 with Air Ride Technologies air suspension and shocks, there is also  Mazda power steering with remote fill and power brakes and a Chassis Engineering sway bar. All of this makes for great handling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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