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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.
 


 

 

1979 Cadillac Seville Elegante


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning low mileage collector quality 1979 Cadillac Seville Sedan. This is an incredibly well-maintained example with a folder full of receipts for work performed. This car has accumulated just 43,235 miles since new. This has been a dry, rust-free, West Coast only car since it was 1st issued its original blue & yellow California plates in 1979. This car has been in Cadillac collectors hands since 1989 at only 10 years old. Today the car is proudly displayed here in Dallas, Texas at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. The rarest of all 1976-1979 Sevilles ; finished in the most coveted and rare two-tone Red Cedar Metallic (76) over Cedar Firemist (93). Not only was this paint combination offered for one year only, but these gorgeous colors were never offered again in any other model year.

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo


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Many of our photos of this classic '72 Chevy Monte Carlo were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This copy of the original sales invoice details the features the car was ordered with, adding up to a very substantial retail price of nearly $5,000 on this car circa 1972 ! The corrrect Cranberry Red paint and body are in very good to excellent condition throughout. Again the paint was refinished back in 2008 and shows beautifully today. This is a dry climate Monte Carlo and it shows.

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Triumph TR-6


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic British automobile. For sale we have a 1970 Triumph TR-6 Roadster. This little has has a inline-6 2.5L engine paired with a smooth shifting 4-speed manual transmission. This is a rare find!! This cool little car runs Great!! It has been stored in a climate controlled garage and has always been up to date on general maintenance. You will find VERY minor scratches or flaws but its about to turn 46 yrs old next year! These cars are getting harder and harder to find. Body is in great shape which you can see from the photos. This was a quick little car for its time and is in very good condition. Finished in stunning Jasmine Yellow with very well kept black vinyl interior and a like new black convertible top, this magnificent motorcar has been driven just 54,545 miles from new. This beautifully preserved and maintained TR6 is among one of the nicest examples you will find anywhere on the market today! A complete recent service has been performed, including all new brake system, complete tune up , redline radial tires and more! Finished in the most desired color, make this the perfect example to add to any major collection.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 L 89


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1969 Chevy Camaro L-89 SS396 Coupe. The L-89 Camaro's were out-fitted with the top-tier production powerplant, the 396/375HP engine. This special engine option would set buyers back $710.95. Only 311 buyers opted for this option. This '69 Camaro features this extremely rare option and showcases an incredible restoration to original. The exterior wears its Tuxedo black paint in exquisite fashion while the interior is dressed in Ivory White, detailed with bucket seating and a center console with the gauge package. A factory tachometer resides in the dash. Under the hood, the factory-optioned "JJ" suffix L-89 396/375 aluminum-head V8 is detailed with correct components throughout including the Winter's casted aluminum heads, aluminum intake, and Holley carburetor. Correct type clamps and markings are utilized throughout the engine compartment. The undercarriage is also detailed accordingly, well-restored. Be sure to play our special video of this L-89 Camaro on the street and up-close. 

 

 

 


 

 

1941 Indian Scout  741


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In 1941 the Sport Scout got the plunger-type rear suspension that the Chiefs had been given the year before, also referred to as “coil compression and rebound,” and offering less than two inches of travel. The Indian is not currently running. Our seller asked that we sell it as is, an original 41 Indian. All Export 741's GDA101 & up were supplied with blackout lighting as standard.

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Amphicar


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this rare ,and getting rarer every year, 1965 Amphicar Convertible . This very original 1965 Amphicar with only 146 miles! It has been collector kept nearly all its life being utilized only sparingly! Today, it remains rust free and ready to enjoy! A great piece for any collection or museum! It was a meticulous 4 year restoration. No water leaks whatsoever. The engine rebuild included ( polished crankshaft, valves, rings,gaskets, ect.), transmission with new seals & gaskets, new brake lines and a master cylinder. All U joints, seals and wheel bearings replaced. Also included new propeller shafts and propellers in undamaged housing tunnels, which are rare to find , and a new convertible top. In 1962, an American auto manufacture joined up with a German manufacture to produce the first factory built, public dual-purpose vehicle for land and water use. The company was Amphicar and the Model 770 was born. It was a street legal convertible, and a water ready boat all in one! Manufactured in small quantities each year from 1961 through 1965, only 3,878 were said to have been when manufacturing stopped.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1970 GMC 2500


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1970 GMC 2500 Pickup, this is an immaculate 1970 GMC 2500 Pick Up. This has to be one of the most attractive GMC 2500s to ever roll onto our showroom floor. At first glance, you cannot help but notice how extremely clean this 70 GMC really is. It is sporting a freshly detailed coat of Custom Green paint mixed with brilliant real gold flakes. The trunk bed has been very nicely coated with a thick and strong coating of Line-X Bed liner. Also, all chrome trim on the truck is absolutely outstanding shines as bright as it ever will. As soon as you grip the driver door handle and admire the interior, the first thing you notice is the attention to detail on the inside of this 70. From the wood accents on the door panels to the original dash layout, this 70 GMC is capable of pleasuring you with style and functionality on the inside.

 

 

 


 

 

1978 Volkswagen Super Beetle


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful 1978 Volkswagen Super Beetle convertible. This car has been very well maintained both cosmetically and mechanically through the years. We have an extensive stack of receipts for work performed dating back to the early 1990s. Many of our photos of this classic '78 Volkswagen Super Beetle were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Be sure to visit the historic flight  museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 


 

 

2002 Lincoln Blackwood


$ 14,000.00

 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this very special pre-war Plymouth. You're looking at one of the best 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe (P12) Two-Door Sedans anywhere in the world. This particular example has been treated meticulously practically its whole life. We have hand written letters and receipts detailing restoration work done in 1980 and prior. We have a photo album detailing the restoration effort along with an owner's log with details beginning in 1980 into the 2000s. In 1980, the owner explicitly states that only NOS parts were to be procured for what was then this cars ongoing restoration effort. Fast forward to present and you'll find a continued stack of receipts and details about this car. We have the factory owner's manual and MOPAR accessories booket as well. This car is an excellent candidate for AACA competitions. This is an unusual Plymouth, kept in beautiful condition inside and out. This car is practically museum quality with one exception, you can drive this car. It has been kept mechanically sound without extended periods of storage without care. We have photos documenting the restoration efforts in addition to some great original paperwork. VERY few deviations from original have been made to this Plymouth over the years.

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Corvette Stingray


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray . This is an excellent example of the 1963-1967 C-2 Corvette, that has been beautifully restored. If you are a Corvette collector , nothing would round out a collection like this Goldwood yellow 1965 Corvette Stingray. Only 5.41% of 1965 Corvettes came in Goldwood Yellow. This car has been garage kept and pampered , this car was purchased from us back in 2009. THe car had already been restored, but since then the owner has put in over $19,100. dollars in parts , maintenance, upgrades in this beautiful 1965 Corvette Stingray . For full list scroll down for pictures.  Corvette option N11 Off Road Exhaust system only 2,468 1965 Corvettes had this. Very nicely restored car with respect to original build. This Corvette would look great in your garage. Not only is this a beautiful 65 Vette, but it is a great driver. Our seller has driven it from his home in Illinois to North Carolina and back. He said he would not be afraid to drive this car anywhere.

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Galaxie 500


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 This 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible is for all of those who like to standout in a tasteful and vintage way. It is a true classic on the outside spacious on the inside and packs a nice V8. The Ford Galaxie cars are really starting to come into their own on the classic car market. These cars were truly the full-sized Fords that followed the idea of 'lower wider longer' as far as it could ,even placing the headlights and taillights as far in the corners of the body as possible. This allowed for some seriously large chrome elements such as the wire wheel covers, the bumpers and the grille that almost looks billet-style straight from the factory. The result was a design that was uniquely Ford and uniquely the 1960s. Inside features a correct blue interior ,that looks decent ,but still has lots of work to be put in and holds lots of potential. As expected from the Galaxie line this is a big comfortable cruiser where everyone has plenty of room to spread out. While the interior color draws nice attention when the weather turns wet there is a white vinyl power folding roof to keep you dry.

 

 

 


 

 

1988 Land Cruiser FJ 62


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser "FJ62". This is a very nice original vehicle. The paint , mileage and interior are all original to this well preserved FJ. Toyota continually made minor improvements from year to year in the 60 series and there are too many minor improvements and differences between FJ60s and FJ62s to list. Therefore, it is most helpful to focus on the major differences between the two. Toyota started selling the FJ62 in the U.S. in 1988 with the 3FE model engine. The 3FE gets slightly better MPGs than the 2F from the FJ60 because it is lighter and has electronic fuel injection (EFI). The 3FE also has slightly more horsepower and torque compared to the 2F, although the torque peaks at higher RPMs.  

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Pontiac GTO


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored '66 Pontiac GTO Convertible. This car is out of San Bernardino, California where is spent much of its time. Just over $5,000 was recently spent in upholstery and trim work. The paint and body are in beautiful condition, finished in correct Montero Red. This is a true "GTO" convertible with factory air conditioning. Be sure to play our special video of this GTO in action below. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this stunning '66 Pontiac GTO 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. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. This GTO drives as good as it looks. This is your opportunity to own a fine rolling investment.

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet C-10


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1972 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup, Some things get better looking with time and this 1972 Chevrolet C10 Custom Deluxe is a fine example. Powerful, handsome, and ready to work or play, its a head-turner that still knows how to earn a living. Two-tone has always been a distinctive style on vintage pickups. On this bow tie, it emphasizes the C10s clean, straight lines and gives this former workhorses a feeling of sophistication. It also helps that the green and white paintwork benefits from a modern clear coat practices, so it greatly outshines any factory color. Because this is a Custom Deluxe it comes with some nice extra body chrome, including the upper and lower body side accents that separate the two colors. But just because this is a shining star, don't be afraid to load it up with weekend projects.  The bed is lined with the toughest material you can put on it , line-x bed liner, it will help you bring home the anything from the hardware store without scratching the bed. Inside the two-tone switches to green and white.

 

 


 

 

1937 Ford HRT


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This car was assembled with the best performance components in the industry, donated for advertisement use on the show TRUCKS! The guys on the show walk you through the major aspects of the build and many of the finer details. These men that worked on this truck are true craftsmen. To answer many questions we've had, yes this truck is even better in person and it rides and drives down the road exactly as was the intention. Project HRT was built with the show circuit and streetability in mind. No corners was cut or detail was overlooked in the build of this one-off 1937 'glass bodied Ford Truck. The turn-key 347 stroker V8 crate engine was supplied for this truck by Engine Factory Inc. of Leganon, New Jersey. This powerplant is rated at 415 horsepower. The engine compartment showcases Chassis Engineering motor mounts along with the special Hot Hues urethane finish. The belt system is serpentine drive. The pullies are polished as is the air compressor. Cooling is courtesy of a Be Cool aluminum radiator with electric fan assembly.

 

 

 


 

 

1990 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Hatchback


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase low mileage 3-owner 1990 Ford Mustang 5.0 LX hatchback. It is hard to find an original Fox body Mustang in this kind of pampered condition. This classic 5.0 LX Hatchback showcases the classic Fox Body lines & LX dual chromed pipes we all know and love. The current Auto Check report is very good. The car shows 3 owners the last 2 were here in Texas. It scores very high in comparison to similar cars of this year and model. This is a very nice original Mustang. The exterior showcases original paint in excellent condition. This is a no-hit car with body panels that align correctly throughout. It is just a gorgeous Mustang and drives just as good as it looks. The engine and transmission are in excellent condition. The chromed 16-inch Pony wheels really set the car off, fitted with 225/55ZR16 rubber all around. The interior showcases original cloth front to back in excellent condition. The dash displays original gauges. The factory stereo was professionally replaced with a Pioneer AM/FM CD stereo head unit. Under the hood is the factory 5.0 liter HO V8.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible GT Clone, 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 3 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 and it looks like it worked well. Classic looks are still in place with the stock radio. There are touches of wood accents throughout the car.

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is pleased to showcase this 1967 Ford Mustang. Mustangs are like no other cars, they have their own style . This one has been kept to its original concept. Featured in black paint with nice chrome and polished accents all around, it is just a head turner. 1967 was a year of firsts for the Mustang. It was the first year for in dash air conditioning. Also in 67, Ford offered front power disc brakes. The engine compartment has its upgrades such as Ford Motorsports valve covers and air cleaner, it is clean and detailed as well as the trunk that sports a vintage mat , spare tire and spare tire cover. From inspecting the car we can tell it has been restored a while back, and that includes a change of color and new interior and engine parts as well as some suspension parts. The dash , steering wheel and column appear to be original, as for the seats, door panels and headliner appear to be replaced at the time of the restoration. The entertainment system has been upgraded with a JVC hd FM/AM/CD radio and a pair of Infinity 6X9 rear mounted speaker that make this car sound better than new. For added safety this mustang come equipped with front & rear seat belts, and the power disc brakes sure make a big difference rather than just non powered or drum brakes.

 

 


 

 

1977 Datsun 280 Z


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1977 Datsun 280Z. This car showcases its all-original body in the correct Beige metallic paint. An exceptionally solid dry climate example, this Z car was the perfect candidate for its Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 transplant. This power plant is a street-friendly engine with some performance bolt-ons, paired with a 700R4 Automatic Overdrive transmission. This car features all of the basic driver comfort and safety features such as power front disc brakes, power steering and updated air conditioning. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic Datsun 280Z. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases an exceptional straight and solid original body finished in this cars correct Beige metallic paint. The black racing stripes and front spoiler offer hints at the increased performance capabilities of this Datsun. The wheels of choice are these Eagle Alloy 15-inch rims, giving the car a great stance and curb appeal. The bumpers show well front to back.

 

 


 

 

1971 Volkswagen Bus


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1971 VW Bus. This Volkswagen bus has been restored but it still holds tons of potential. The 4 Cylinder engine runs strong and moves this bus with ease, the transmission shifts through gears with ease. This is a very solid bus , the suspension rides great and smooth. The bus was recently repainted with an aftermarket paint to the close match to Elm Green . There is no body damage to any part of the bus , the front end has never been worked on like many other VW buses out on the market& the sliding door opens and closes with ease . The paint job looks like a quality paint job, and All the chrome shines and looks like new , back to the 70s , this is a good looking and solid VW bus. Interior has new upholstery. The headliner was also re done in white vinyl that looks great. The front seats & rear seats have new covers on them that look mint and match the bus in green and white. By the era of the 1969-1971 Volkswagen Bus, VW's lovable, adaptable rear-engine box had become an iconic on America's highways and in its driveways. The Volkswagen Bus had gained acceptance among suburban families, car poolers, and of course, counterculture types.

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Camaro R/S Supercharged


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas Is Proud to showcase this very nice 1968 Camaro R/S. This Camaro got an upgrade in mid 2012. It had a Vortech Supercharger installed as well as many more upgrades we will list through the ad. Over $19,000.00 was spent on the Camaro from 2012 -2013 at one of the areas best know builders, DuSold Designs, Inc. 20-in Foose "Legend" Wheels give this already good looking 1968 Camaro a better look. This Camaro has a great stance & rides smooth considering its sitting on 20s, it has upgraded Bilstein Shocks We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Fairlane 500


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this unique 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 with some modern updates while retaining its classic features such as the correct light blue metallic paint, body lines, and 289 V8 engine. The wheels give the car an updated stance and can be easily changed. The interior features the original dash, gauges, and steering wheel along with the factory bench seat, restored in vinyl & cloth.As always, we would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for their special location used in many of our photographs. Be sure to visit the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays a driver-quality repaint of the original light blue metallic paint. The paint and body are decent, not perfect. The doors, hood, trunk and roofline are straight as are the fenders and quarters with some flaws down low. The paint loks a little faded on the hood in certain lighting.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang GT


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning 1966 Ford Mustang GT convertible, Presented in stunning signalflare red , this fully restored GT is really something to own, this stang had been in El Paso ,Tx almost since the car was new and purchased in 2003 by the current owner, This Mustang has undergone a professional rotisserie restoration as you can see by the quality work that has been done. The paint is still in good condition since the restoration done in 2004. It still looks great combined with all the chrome and GT accessories, it sure is a head turner. With this great weather coming up what's a better time to own a convertible , let alone a real Mustang GT convertible that has the same drive train as the Shelby GT350 from the factory making 271hp and paired to the exhilarating 4-speed manual transmission. The engine compartment has been nicely done in black and blue engine with chrome breather and valve cover, looks just like it came from the dealership. The trunk is clean and simple showing a vintage floor mat and full size spare tire, while the interior also looks like your stepping into 1966, it has been completely reupholstered in correct pony vinyl interior with matching seat belts.

 

 

 


 

 

1988 Mercedes Benz 560 SL


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic Mercedes-Benz flagship, the 1988 560SL Convertible. This well-cared-for example had a recent major service including timing chain replacement 4,000 miles ago. The odometer is not working and the temperature gauge is not working, although the car runs smooth with normal temp. The paint and body are in very good to excellent condition. The seating was recently professionally re-upholstery. Seldom used, the black soft top is also in excellent condition. Drop the top and cruise, as Mercedes-Benz intended. You were someone if you owned one of these cars in the late 1980s and you are someone if you own it today, albeit at a fraction of the original sticker price. Under the hood is the reliable original and maintained aluminum 5.6 litre V8 engine. This powerplant recently had the timing chain replaced at 104,000 miles. The engine compartment is clean and detailed, with factory accessories throughout.

 

 


 

 

1964 1/2 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible, You are looking at a beautiful D code Ford Mustang convertible presented in Guardsman blue with white interior trimmed in blue. Starting with the exterior, the paint is trimmed with like new pieces of chrome, covered with a new power blue convertible top. All body gaps show nice even lines , and if you think this car looks good with top up , it looks even better with the top down and with its white boot that matches the interior color scheme. The wheels are presented cleanly with wire wheel covers and a like new set of Bf Goodrich tires that give this mustang a classic stance. Open up the hood and you'll find a well organized engine compartment that holds the famous 289ci V8 , it is detailed in correct gold and black. This 289 surely puts out the power needed to move this mustang with ease, mated to a smooth 4-speed manual transmission which bumps up the fun it has no trouble riding on today's highways. 

 

 

 


 

 

1948 Ford Super Deluxe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this specially built 1948 Ford Deluxe Two Door Sedan. This custom street rod has been built to drive and be reliable doing so. It features driver comfort and safety updates such as front disc brakes and air conditioning. As always, we would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for their unique background used in many of our photos. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Ford's production for the 1948 model year dropped to 248,000 units, the cause was anticipation of the upcoming "new" 1949 design, the first of the post-war era for FoMoCo. Fast forward another 58 years and this '48 model is equipped with even more updates in design and function. The paint and body are in great shape as is the chromework throughout this Deluxe Ford. Great time, effort, and expense was spent on this '48 to see that it meets high standards both cosmetically and mechanically. The stance is on point thanks to the professionally lowered front end, updated brakes & power rack & pinion steering.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Chevelle SS 454


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Originally, Chevrolet was going to use the A-body platform to compete with the Ford Fairlane and return their mid-size offering to the same size and scope of the successful 1955-57 models (their wheelbase was actually the exact same size). The Chevelle proved to be reliable and durable while being offered in many different variations. 1964 was the first model year and also the same year the “muscle car” era was beginning. The GM A-body platform provided many legends of this era including the Chevelle as well as the Pontiac GTO, Oldsmobile 442, Buick GS, and more. In 1966 & 1967, the Chevelles were still in their 1st generation but their body went through a massive body styling redesign. The Chevelles in these two years were offered in different trim levels: 300, 300 Deluxe, and Malibu. Front to back this car screams quality. Completely restored, very stock and highly original, very rare, True 138-Code 1967 Chevelle SS. Finished in correct Granada Gold with Black interior. It comes packing a very recently rebuilt big block 454 V8 married to a 5 Speed Manual transmission.

 

 

 


 

 

1948 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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This classic '48 truck was photographed at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. As always, be sure to check out the museum either online or in person.  The exterior showcases Chevrolet's brand new for '48 post-war design. Coined the Advanced Series, these trucks showcased many forward-thinking ideas sure as integrated headlights and a larger, more comfortable cab with seating for three. Other truck manufactures soon followed Chevrolet's lead. The paint and body show well throughout this truck. This is a base/clearcoat finish.  The 5-window cab is in excellent condition. All of the glass shows well, however there is some fading on the outer edge of the passenger windshield glass pane. The rubber seals have been replaced throughout. Under the hood is the torque-rich Thriftmaster inline-6. This powerplant is paired with the Granny-Geared 3-speed manual transmission - 4 gears & reverse. The engine runs smooth and the transmission and clutch operate as they should.  The engine compartment itself displays excellent sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support.

 

 

 


 

 

1957 Chevrolet BelAir Sport


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1957 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe. This car displays excellent paint & stainless along with the correct premium interior & a few polished billet accent dash pieces. The engine compartment is detailed to show as original and complete with the 283 cubic inch powerpack V8 & generator charging system. This is a high quality car throughout. The undercarriage is very nicely detailed as well. This car was completely taken apart and restored. Our facility recently rebuilt the carburetor & installed a new sending unit in the fuel tank along with some additional maintenance.  The exterior showcases beautiful paint & brightwork throughout. The body and paint are in excellent condition. The stainless trim is polished and in excellent condition as well. The gold emblems and gold grille were part of the "V8" BelAir package. This particular example was born a 283 V8 car. The engine compartment is beautifully detailed, showcasing the correct 283 cubic inch V8. This later 283 features 4bbl. carburetion and is dressed as original. The factory breather assembly is in place along with the generator charging system.  Open the doors to 1957. This interior is gorgeous. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this perennial American favorite classic car, the 1957 Chevy.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Lincoln Continental 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this exceptional collector-quality 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible. According to previous owners, this car has only accrued less than 38,000 original miles and its remarkable condition certainly reflects this mileage. There has also been an extensive lot of restoration work performed both mechanically and cosmetically to keep this car in top show & driving condition. This is your opportunity to own a stunning automobile and fast appreciating investment. You will not believe how good this Lincoln drives.  The exterior presents show quality correct Venetian Yellow paint in a base/clearcoat. The paint and body are in excellent condition as is the brightwork throughout this '66 Continental. We have a stack of receipts for the paint & body along with much of the mechanical work. All of this work was performed between 2006 to 2008. This is one of the nicest '66 Continentals you will find anywhere. The body is extremely straight. This has been a garage kept example its entire life, this is evident by the interior condition especially.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1936 Ford Convertible Sedan


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For 1936, Ford further tweaked body and chassis to make for an even more dynamic drive! Center-poised suspension, new front end, wider track, better weight distribution and still a plethora of body styles meant that the 1936 model year was again very successful and found a host of buyers! Today, the styling is still timeless and the car has kept up well against new technologies! Restored several years ago to show-winning condition, it still presents as one of the nicest ‘36s we've ever seen. With its origin being traced back to possibly 3 or 4 owners, we know that one family owned it for over 40 years, the gentleman was a WWII war hero and loved all things car related. He actually turned his garage into a museum. There aren't many questions left for how this vehicle was treated as it shows well throughout! Finished in Henry's favorite basic black, the bodywork is exceptionally straight, as you'd expect. Green-colored pinstripes decorate the body , perhaps not totally correct but certainly a welcome addition, and all the chrome was restored to show standards. Accessories include a pair of driving lamps up front, a side mirror, a Ford script locking gas cap, spare tire .

 

 

 


 

 

1974 Corvette Stingray


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1974 Stingray Corvette.With a numbers-matching 350 Cu. In. small block this 1974 Corvette coupe and beginning of the plastic bumper cars with the chrome rear bumpers finally being eliminated, Powerful fun and relatively inexpensive the '74s are perhaps the biggest bang for your buck in the Corvette collectors world and are your invitation to some of the best car events around. Even though the paint code shows it began as a Mille Miglia Red car, the current color also looks good on a Corvette emphasizing the long low profile and dramatic curves of the Coke bottle fenders. Restored recently, overall it's a clean driver that can be used without worries and still gets appreciative looks at the local cruise night and it looks far better than new with the modern shine of this paint job. The fiberglass is in good condition and shows few to no signs of age.
 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1967 Ford Mustang, The Ford Mustang was born in 1964 and was introduced mid-year and was such a huge success it was described by Lee Iacocca as a Home Run. One of the most desirable features of early Mustangs was the 289 Cubic Inch V8 as seen in this fine example. The 289 not only delivered enough horsepower but was smooth and quiet and proved to be extremely dependable. The 1967 model year saw the first set of mild changes to the front and rear style of the car creating larger taillights and recessed headlamps giving this car a meaner and more muscle-car look. The classic Mustang style was retained due to popularity and has some of the most iconic looks of any classic cars today. In addition to the nice yellow paint, this 67 has a classic black interior that matches the new black convertible top. Much work has been done to this particular car to not only preserve the overall appearance but also to make it mechanically sound and keep with the original style.

 

 


 

 

1976 Cadillac El Dorado


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is showcasing this 1976 Cadillac Eldorado, This is a beautiful 1976 Eldorado convertible. Originally advertised as the only convertible built in America, the Cadillac Eldorado was sold as a legend-to-be and remains one today. Lifelong Cadillac owners lined up to buy the boat sized convertible cruiser and in fact, Cadillac had never built a Cadillac convertible of this size and most likely will never build one again. Cars have since shrunk in size and the idea of rolling down the street in a living-room-equipped vehicle outfitted with a 500 CI motor became a thing of the past. In terms of cruisers, there are not many comparables available today. Finished in Firethorn Metallic with a a White top. The body of the car is in very good condition. Open the doors of the Eldorado and it's like stepping back in time.

 

 


 

 

1985 Chevrolet El Camino


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1985 Chevrolet El Camino, This is an immaculate El Camino from paint to undercarriage, this classic Chevy was purchased new in Whitesboro Tx and moved to the Gainsville area for mostly all of it life, with an outstanding low 38k miles this El Camino was certainly not driven much at all. The Exterior features everything that it did when it was purchased new from the dealership , with the exception of the window sticker of course, such as the nice beige paint job that looks like new although its original 1985 paint. All of the chrome and moldings shine beautifully and contour nicely with the pinstipping that this El Eamino has. The engine is a healthy running 4.3L V6 that became standard for all El Camino's till 1987 where unfortunately production stopped, this V6 has had up to date oil changes and routine service all of its life and the rear main seal was recently replace with its fresh oil change and tune-up.

 

 


 

 

1941 Custom Master Deluxe


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1941 Custom Chevy Master Deluxe. This Resto-Mod 1941 Chevrolet Coupe You have just run across not only a very cool old street rod but a truly excellent driver. Often times in the world of street rods the focus leans towards looks and customizations. Well this is a classic that has the looks but also was set up to be a reliable and comfortable driver. The original steel 41 Chevy Coupe body is painted a nice Tan base coat with clear coat and has a clean finish. The body has been shaved of all door handles and the chrome has been kept to a minimum. All frenched headlights are found up front & rear. All of the rubber is brand new. Centerline wheels are found on all four corners with BF Goodrich tires and look great. Under the hood is a freshly built 350 V8 motor that starts up into a nice smooth idle. It is fitted with an Edelbrock intake,Holley carburetor, roller rockers, custom valve covers and a ton of Polish. All wire components have been hidden to give the engine compartment a clean look. The Th350 transmission shifts smoothly with zero issues. Other components finishing out the drivetrain/suspension include the Mustang II power rack and pinion front suspension, Power front disc brakes,Chevy 10-bolt rear end , a new driveline, Triangular Four bar suspension with adjustable rear coilovers, a radiator shroud with Manual & Electric cooling fans and Sanderson cast iron headers ,Vintage A/C system blows cold.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Shelby Cobra Replica


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this awesome 1965 Shelby Cobra Replica. When a Shelby Cobra replica is this well-built and has all the right features including a freshly built small block all aluminum 427 V8, well then, desirability is a guarantee. The amazing paint, and affordable price, is just what's going to make you act quickly to grab this one before some one else discovers it. You could build a replica yourself, but why bother investing a small fortune if the price is right, and the body looks this good and not to mention the time, money invested in this incredible drive train? This is a complete, and super-straight, roadster finished in a Guardsman Blue with white rally stripes. The overall effect is a super shiny package on this American racing icon that's only reinforced by the bright push bumpers in front, and classic tube rear bumper. Details like the knock-off style wheels, driver & passenger roll hoop, and wide fender flares, suggest that it was built for combat, and the hardware underneath backs it up. But even if you don't turn a wheel on the track, it's certain to turn heads on the street.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Lonestar Cobra


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this very nice 1966 Lone Star Classics Shelby Cobra. There's nothing quite like a Shelby Cobra replica. They are about as much fun as you can have in a car. The gorgeous shape, fantastic performance, and open air motoring create such a thrill, and as a replica you don't have to worry about taking a million dollar car wherever you want, whenever you want.  This example brings a lot to the table. To begin, it is powered by a Built 302Cu. In V8 and great shifting Tremec T-5 5-Speed Manual Transmission. The engine bay is nice and detailed featuring the strong Ford small block engine and its components all in a clean not clustered look. The exterior features stunning Indigo Blue Paint and white rally stripes with red pin striping over an Immaculate Black Interior. 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Pontiac GTO Tri-Power


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible, If you are looking for a 1965 GTO Convertible that is ready to be enjoyed and driven then take a look at this car! This is a frame off cosmetically restored GTO that is meant to be driven and not trailered. It has been beautifully resprayed in Ford scarlet red paint and with a new vinyl top when restored. This GTO was the one to have in 1965 and its still the one to have today, pushing 360Hp from its strong 389ci Tri Powered V8 and mated to a smooth shifting optional 4- speed manual transmission this GTO moves with ease, you can feel the power at your feet. The mixture of great lines , power and sound will surely have heads turning and thumbs up in your direction. All of the chrome shines nicely and shows off the red paint well, accompanied by a good looking set of chromed American Racing wheels with Bf Goodrich redline tires , this Pontiac carries a nice stance.

 

 

 


 

 

1999 Mercedes Benz S500


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1999 Mercedes-Benz S500, this S500 is in immaculate condition all the way around with a low 61k miles you wont find many like this one, starting with the exterior the Black paint still holds a nice shine and the headlight are clean clean with no haze. The nice alloy wheels match nicely and ride smooth through any roads, the windows are factory tinted. Under the hood lies a powerful 5.0L Mercedes V8 engine that moves this big luxurious boat with ease, mated to a smooth 5-speed automatic transmission that cruises shifts and cruises comfortably at any speed. Going to the interior is where the real luxury starts with tons of power options for the year such as power seats with auto memory and heat, to electronic tilt steering and electric mirrors this is the car to have.

 

 


 

 

1951 Ford F-1


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for our photoshoot of this classic '51 Ford F-1. Be sure and visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. The exterior displays a very attractive and straight body restored in Forest green. The chromework has been redone and shows very well front to back. The stance is courtesy of 15-inch color-keyed steel wheels & FORD caps fitted with 15-inch Cooper Cobra radial tires front to back (235/70R15s) along with rack & pinion steering & updated power front disc brakes. The wood bed & stainless strips are beautiful. The tailgate and bed itself is in excellent shape as well as the cab.

 

 

 

 


 

 

2000 Plymouth Prowler


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 2000 Plymouth Prowler. The Plymouth Prowler is one of those cars I'm glad an automaker had the guts to build. Radically different from everything else on the road, then and now, it was hot-rodding elevated to an OEM level and filled with technology. Today, they remain a known quantity and the market is starting to respond to the last of the Plymouths, as cars like this 2000 Prowler are seeing slow but steady increases in value. The pointy nose, the open front wheels, the chopped windshield and the low slung soft top make it instantly recognizable as the Prowler. Yet, the overall look recalls the 1932 Ford roadster. How cool is that?! In 1999 the Prowler got a brand-new aluminum block 3.5-liter V6 engine under the hood that creates performance more fitting a hot rod. At 253 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque this 2000 Plymouth Prowler does 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds and Quarter mile times like 14.2 seconds. There is little argument that this car was a collectible the minute it rolled off the factory floor.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1940 Cadillac LaSalle Phaeton


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1940 would be the last production year for the LaSalle and the finest. The convertible-coupe was available as either a series 50 or series 52 version and appeared in mid model year. There were very few convertible sedans produced and surely only a handful remain today. From our research, there were only 125 LaSalle Series 50 Convertible-Sedan's produced in 1940. The convertible sedan was not introduced until mid-model-year 1940. This is body #49 and displays a beautiful lacquer patina finish in dark blue. The interior showcases beautiful vintage leather upholstery with original gauges and controls. The steering wheel & shift level are also original. The 16-inch color-keyed wheels wear factory optioned ($4.00 each) LaS (LaSalle) hubcaps all around. The LaS insignia harkens to the early days of the LaSalle, first introduced in 1927. This is a beautiful car, finished in a dark blue finish, believed to be lacquer. There is checking evident in close inspection, although the car has an excellent shine. The checking is not dominant throughout the car, only in areas.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Pontiac Firebird 400


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes from the historic museum. Be sure to visit them if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The white convertible top is power-operated and in great shape. We also have a green convertible top boot. The 400 badging is found on the decklid and hood. We find these cars very interesting. The 1969 Firebird 400 is highly collectible and is a fairly low production car. It is unique in the fact that the Firebird400 is a special package, not just the 400 engine. The special twin ducted steel hood was unique to the Firebird400 model. The engine compartment displays the original, matching number's 400 cubic inch 4bbl. V8 rated at 330 horsepower.

 

 


 

 

1970 Chevelle SS Restomod


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this great looking monstrous 1970 Chevelle SS Restomod. The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS was one of the baddest cars on the streets, and it's one of the most desired muscle cars today. So finding one with right look, big-block power, A/C, and a killer interior might just be the right way to become the king of the neighborhood.The clue for getting a Chevelle SS right is not a hard one, but it sure is expensive. For example, this one meant investing heavily in a show-quality respray that transformed what was once a standard coupe, into the mean machine you see today. When this Chevelle left the assembly plant, it looked much different than it does today. For starters, the car was covered in a common coat of single-stage paint. A run-of-the-mill small block lived between its factory-prepped wheel wells. And coated Black fabric wrapped its standard bench interior, it was an era-specific grocery getter that lacked to drop jaws and turn heads. To remedy that, the original paint was stripped and replaced by a slick coat of Cortez Silver and custom Black stripes literally put the icing on the cake. The drivetrain and interior components were traded for custom-stitched buckets and a professionally performance built Crate Chevy ZZ502 big block.

 

 

 


 

 

1990 Chevy SS 502


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this modified 1990 Chevrolet C 1500 Pickup , Here we have a 1990 Chevrolet 1500 SS454. The 454 SS were produced from 1990-1993 and were to be direct competition for the Ford F150 Lightning. The total number of units produced was 16,953 its best year in 1990 with a total of 13,748 units sold, that left a total of 3205 sold from 91-93. The 454 SS had reduced payload capacity smaller than the standard models in the years before. The 454 SS was and still is a pure thrill machine. Stock models are good for mid to high 15 second range in the quarter mile times. Its mid range punch is even better. The 454 SS was manufactured and assembled at only one General motors plant located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This SS is powered by a ramped up 502CID Crate fuel injected big block paired to the trucks original smooth shifting 3-speed automatic transmission. It is clean and in good condition. Nice paint all around except for the hood where the paint is slightly fading and regular small road chips, the body is straight and dent free with factory wheels, Cold ac, hot heat! This truck is truly ready to go. Call or come by to see this truck in person and for more information. These 454 SS trucks are getting hard to find and this one won’t last long.

 

 


 

 

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, Spectacular 1st generation Camaro showing only 40854 miles and a lot less since the restoration! Legendary Chevrolet 350cid V-8 @295hp paired to a smooth TH350 Automatic transmission, Original heavy duty rear differential, although it originaly was a Ash Gold it now has a way better looking coat of Mirror finish Matador Red paint with black Super Sport nose stripe show waxed+detailed, , New Black convertible top , Beautiful Black bucket seat interior with factory console with custom ad on auto meter gauges, Full factory gauges with 120mph speedo, Modern Vintage heat and ice-cold Air Conditioning A/C, Upgraded pioneer AM/FM stereo, All new chrome, stainless and emblems, 15 Chromed Cragar Rally wheels with Hercules high speed radials, Optional Front and rear spoilers, Responsive fast ratio power steering, power disc brakes, 3 spoke SS stainless steel & wood grain steering wheel, Great sounding new dual exhaust, Professionally reproduced, RS and SS package, power equipment top ,goes up and down without any issues, this a very clean and good looking Camaro that is ready to roll, it has Chevys most reliable motor and transmission, take this car on your weekend, weeknight cruise or road trip and have a blast, a great looking car like this one usually doesn’t last long in any showroom.

 


 

 

1955 Chevy Gasser


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is showcasing this 1955 Chevy Gasser, Finished in gloss Black , this car’s finish has a unique mean and aggressive look to it. Its chrome and bright work have a shine finish that pop against this car’s color. Adding additional distinction to this car’s exterior are its chrome Supreme Wheels, which are look and give a great stance to this gasser. The interior of this car has also had custom work to it, featuring Black vinyl seats , the front buckets have tears that have been garage repaired with black duct tape. The dashboard and gauges have custom fit with new autometer gauges and the speedo with a led dispay. A full complement of auxiliary gauges, will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood. Other enhancements include a Hurst shifter, custom steering wheel, and AM/FM stereo with cassette.

 

 


 

 

1966 Chevrolet Nova SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1966 Chevy Nova SS, This great looking Nova has been completely restored from the ground up, having a fast classic often means giving up some vintage appearance to make way for serious power. This 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova doesn't have that problem because it looks perfect for cruising but when the time is right this coupe has also got the power to prove it's still an SS. The crisp Nova body has always been popular with hot rodders. Chevrolet made these sleepers from the factory and that attitude has served it well right into modern times. Rendered in extremely slick and fashionable metallic copper orange paint most folks take one look at the sleek lines and figure that it has to be customized but the truth is this is just the product of a quality restoration. Aside from the custom wheels the rest of the car is original GM styling. Even most of the trim remains intact including the rocker moldings grille and bright chrome bumpers front and rear.

 

 

 


 

 

1990 Cadillac Allante


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Cadillac's Allante was designed and built in Turin, Italy by famed coachbuilder, Pininfarina, available from 1987 until 1993, the final model year. There were 3,101 examples built in 1990. This is a well-maintained 1990 model in hard to find light blue metallic with removable aluminum hardtop, and cloth soft top. The interior is original and in good condition, showing the 10-way power-operated leather recaro seating, digital dash, and power amenities. The drivetrain consists of the original 4.5 liter 200HP V8 & Automatic Overdrive transmission. We have receipts for major work performed in recent years including a complete air conditioning system overhaul, front & rear strut replacement, and a brake system overhaul.

 

 


 

 

1980 Ford Shay


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning 1980 Shay Roadster, Built in 1980. 9952 original miles , 4 Cylinder Ford pinto engine and 4 speed floor shift manual transmission, front disc brakes ,Rack & Pinion steering , turn signals, dual Ah-Oooooga horns! twin fender mounted spares , rumble seat with seat belts. Shay was a Ford factory approved company commissioned to recreate the famous '29 Model A.. Factory built using all brand new Ford parts & sold only through Ford dealers in 1979 & 1980. You can drive it anywhere with a warm heater..or open the front windshield for air conditioning, put the side curtains on in case of cold or rain with the electric windshield wipers, and safety belts for added safety.This car is extremely clean from tip to tail and top to bottom. The 2.3 Ford 4cyl runs flawlessly and the 4 speed transmission is right and tight. Everything works just like it should and everything is tight.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible. This car has been owned by the same owner since 1986 and has records dating back to then. This car was repainted to a brilliant red in 1991. The paint is still in very good condition thanks to the garage-care conditions. This car is showing just over 72,427 miles and this is believed original to the car. At 72,321 miles, the transmission was rebuilt along with the engine (long block). New hoses were installed along with new belts, fuel pump, water pump, harmonic balancer, etc. The battery was last replaced in June of 2014. This is a good solid driving car and will make someone an excellent driver. There are some minor cosmetic issues to address such as the factory steering wheel showing wear and carpeting having some fade.  Many of our photos of this classic '67 Mustang 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.

 

 

 


 

 

1975 Datsun 280Z


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this first-year 280Z, the 1975 model. The 280z would be one of the most popular Z-cars to this day. It was powered by an increased displacement 2.8 liter inline-6. The 280 boasted near identical performance with the original 240Z, a first since the smog restrictions. This example displays very good to excellent sheet metal along with clean and detailed correct silver paint. This car is powered by a previously rebuilt inline-6 paired with the factory 4-speed manual transmission. Options include air conditioning and power front disc brakes along with vintage aluminum mag wheels. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic Nissan/Datsun. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' is located only minutes from the historic Flight Museum. 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang


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This 1966 Ford Mustang is not only a great to drive, it's great to show off as well. Fresh from a fuel injected V8 conversion this Mustang is ready to go. What better color for a Mustang than the bright red. Take a close look towards the front of the car and you'll notice a chin spoiler that has been added, as well as the added hood scoop and side scoops. Also giving it a rally look are white painted stripes that center the car from front to back, with side stripes lining the rocker panel. The chrome bumper up front sits underneath a great looking grill that proudly holds the Mustang emblem. Out back, the chrome rear bumper tops a great looking exhaust valence that's also been painted to match the rest of the car. And finishing off the look are a set of 16 inch wheels from a Mustang Cobra.  Open the doors to a custom interior that looks great in black vinyl. Inside you'll notice the painted red gauge cluster on the dash, as well as the glove box, to make for a sporty black/red two-tone theme.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang

 

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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1966 Ford Mustang. This nice 1966 Ford Mustang has been fully overhauled has quite a bit of impressive upgrades, to start off showing off is the paint, this stang has been fully stripped down to bare metal and professionally sprayed with high quality gloss red paint with white rally stripes that run from the nose to the rear valance, this cars paint shines like that of a brand new car. The exterior features an Eleanor style front bumper and a Shelby fiberglass hood that give it a meaner look and a cleaner stance. To ad to the look a new set of American Racing Torq Thrust style wheels that look great in their two tone combination. The engine bay is clean detailed and spacious featuring a strong running new 302 Cobra V8 Engine that breathes through an Edelbrock performance carburetor and intake. The small block is paired to Ford's smooth shifting AOD automatic transmission, the great sound effects are product of a custom exhaust system consisting of equal length headers and Spin Tech mufflers that run to side pipes.

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlas Supreme 442


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1972 Cutlass Supreme 442. This is the perfect time to own a convertible, nice warm weather during the day and a slightly cool breeze in the afternoon, especially with this great looking 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass. This Olds is one great running car with Rocket 350 under the hood moving this heavy car is not a problem and paired to it is a smooth 3-speed automatic transmission that glides comfortably. If it gets to hot or too cold , have the power convertible top open or close with the push of a button, flip the A/C or Heater on and you're all set. The exterior is in good condition with the exception of some minimal surface rust that has begun to build on the trunk lid, this is merely cosmetic and can be fixed fairly easily. All the chrome shines nicely and contours just right with the blue paint, the interior features white vinyl bucket seat and door panels with wood grain inserts. In between the two bucket seat sits a center console that blends into the car perfectly. The undercarriage is clean and detailed.

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang


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This dry climate '65 Ford Mustang showcases exceptional body panels & base/clearcoat paint throughout. It has been upgraded with front disc brakes & classic auto air brand air conditioning. This is a "C" code 289 with an upgraded 4bbl. intake & carburetor. The engine compartment is very detailed. Inside you will find tastefully customized factory bucket seating in black with red inserts & piping. This is a great car to cruise and show.  Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this classic Mustang 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 paint and body are in excellent condition. The sides show dead straight and the body panels are correctly aligned. The bumpers are in excellent shape as are the emblems. The engine compartment showcases the 289 4bbl. V8 with chromed features such as the strut towers, breather, water pump, and alternator. This is a strong running car. The transmission is a fun to shift 3-speed manual, the standard offered transmission for '65 Ford Mustangs. The inner fenderwells, core support and firewall sheetmetal is in great shape.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Nova SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beast of a car ,a 1967 Nova SS Custom. Super hot mouth dropping Nova! This awesome 2 door will turn heads everywhere you show it off. Sorry Ford fans, but the first-generation Nova is everything Ford hoped the Falcon would be: stylish, fast, and most of all, cool. From the beginning, Chevy's compact was embraced for its combination of timeless styling and the ability to put big horsepower in a lightweight package, and this 1967 hardtop is a fantastic example of how the Nova got it right. Restored and upgraded this one looks awesome, and the sizzling paint looks awesome on the crisp Nova shape. Marina Blue looks right on this Nova. On a Nova like this, it's like a threat because you can't paint a car this color and not back it up with some serious blasting powder under the hood. The crisply creased sheet metal will never go out of style and there are no modifications to the bodywork, not even a cowl-induction hood. Instead the workmanship is very well done, letting the basic design speak for itself and in Marina Blue, it's broadcasting loud and clear.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Chevy Camaro


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1967 Chevy Camaro RS/SS Restomod. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is one of those cars you could look at for hours and still not see everything that's been tweaked sanded smoothed or refinished. Not quite a resto-mod it retains its original Camaro style, but polishes it in such a way that this is a lot more than a regular F-body. The familiar Camaro shape has been completely restored and clearly the work was done on a rotisserie because it's as clean underneath as it is up top. A steel cowl induction hood was installed during the reconstruction of the car and it only emphasizes the ultra-clean lines of the early Camaro. A blacked-out SS grille and RS Headlights smooths the front of the car for a custom look and it works rather well with the Z/28-style chin spoiler. Out back a ducktail spoiler adds traditional Camaro styling and the SS gas cap works well with the rest of the car that has been almost entirely SS badged. Even though this car was a 6 cylinder from the factory, you would never know it. The build was done very well, and the transformation is awesome. The metallic blue paint is a totally awesome Dodge Viper Blue that complements the ultra-smooth look with an unbelievable finish and great looking stripes. Like I said you could spend hours examining this and still be delighted by the tricks you find.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Lincoln Continental


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice example of a 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible, Finished in stunning white paint with a beautiful Dark red leather interior, this magnificent motorcar has been beautifully maintained and has been driven just 88,811 miles from new. 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible including the 462 V8 paired to its reliable 3-speed automatic transmission this car runs and drives great. The windows work, radio works, lights work, and with all new hydraulics for the top, it too works well. This is a very straight bodied car. You will see in the restoration pictures that it was in very good condition when they started. The car was well taken care of by previous owners and mostly garaged. Brand new complete dual exhaust mufflers were installed. The leather is in very good condition (no tears). The chrome is in good condition, but not quite show quality. This is a classic luxury vehicle. It is nicely equipped with features such as Bench Seats, Power locks and windows, and those world famous Lincoln Continental Suicide Doors.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Dodge Coronet 500


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This Coronet does not just look very appealing, she also has the mechanical and interior work done at the same level of quality. A labor of love went into every inch, and it shows. She drives and shows beautifully.  There are receipts for everything that went into the build. One of the iconic muscle cars of the 60's, its hood scoop gives it that aggressive look all muscle cars have.  The paint is called Mitsubishi Rotor Glow, it was a color used on the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer. Because the car was stripped down and prepped, the paint is in excellent condition. Keystone Wheels are wrapped with BF Goodrich Radial T/As, 15X6 front and 15X7 rear.  The interior remains quite original. The seats were recovered, new headliner and carpet, but the door panels and dash are original. The engine was completely gone over. The block was bored and cleaned. The heads were resurfaced, valves ground, and the engine was balanced. There was a new cam lifter installed new rings, a high volume oil pump and new 2M 692 Rings and KB237 Pistons were installed. Aluminum radiator with dual Spal fans for additional cooling.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Ford Bronco


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This '68 Bronco has been treated to an extensive & expensive restoration to build a 1st class vehicle on a solid survivor original example. The drivetrain consists of a crate Ford 306/340HP engine that was installed and upgraded with FAST Electronic Fuel injection & full length header exhaust among other modifications to produce 375HP+.  A Tru Trac Serpentine Belt System has been installed along with Vintage Brand air conditioning. The interior was completely restored from the upholstery to the seals, window mechanisms, door panels, etc. The paint and body are in show quality condition. The suspension and steering has been rebuilt. All of this work was performed late in 2013 and is complete with nearly $33,000 in verifying receipts from Grubbs Motorsports and Tom's Bronco Parts. The hardtop has been restored and a new soft top is included as well. Enjoy our extensive presentation and please be sure to play our video of this classic '68 Bronco in action.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this special Ford Bronco. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The suspension has been completely rebuilt.

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Lincoln Convertible Sedan


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1964 Lincoln Continental convertible. This car underwent an extensive cosmetic and mechanical restoration over the course of 3 years. ProMotorsports in Edmond, Oklahoma is responsible for much of the work. We have a binder full of restoration process photos along with several 10s of thousands of dollars spent. Hundreds of professional hours were put into this restoration. Much of the work was done during 2010 and 2011. Today, the paint and body remain in excellent condition. The interior displaying stunning original black & white leather upholstery. The leather was professionally refurbished. The top assembly was rebuilt and top replaced. The relays were rebuild that control the top. The glass has been replaced. The rubber weatherstripping was replaced throughout. The engine and transmission were removed and gone through, again with receipts. The wheels were fitted with updated wide whitewall radial tires all around. This is your opportunity to own a beautiful, collector quality 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible Sedan.

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Chevelle SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this great piece of true American muscle, a 1970 Chevelle SS . This 1970 Chevelle SS is one of the finest cars on the market. Unfortunately, the 454 block and heads decode to show they are from a 1975 Chevy truck. Making this not a 450 hp engine. However, it wouldn't be hard to add a few things to increase the horsepower. Everything else about the car appears correct. A Muncie 'Rock Crusher' spins power to a 1970-model 12-bolt axle. There is a heavy-duty F41 suspension, which centers factory power steering between stiff springs, boxed control arms and sturdy sway bars. The cars rebuilt power front disc and rear drum brake system is present, and functions exceptionally well. And power meets the pavement through stylish Craigar wheels, with BF Goodrich tires. At a much lower cost and twice the fun of a numbers-matching piece.

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Buick Electra 225


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1970 Buick Electra 225 Convertible, This Electra 225 has been well serviced and maintained. It has original Buick wheels, New convertible vinyl top & Motor AC, new paint, new belts, new upholstery. New carpet with sound proofing and heat shield. New weather stripping, $1,000 spent on front end work. The engine is in great shape it does not burn oil. The paint job is just under two years old with no flaws. Original Radiator, New Alternator. New Battery. The tires are in good shape. New belts and hoses. Everything works except the clock. This is a awesome classic car and a pleasure to drive. It is always a head turner. There are very few of these cars out there, considering there were only 6045 convertibles produced, these car will surely go up in value. This Electra has its original and rebuilt 455-4 Engine and its 3-Speed TH-400 transmission that was also rebuilt recently.

 

 

 


 

 

1982 Corvette Crossfire Injection


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nicely maintained 1982 Chevrolet Corvette. You just won't find a cleaner C3 Vette anywhere for such such a good price. If you're looking to join the Corvette hobby this is a great way to get started for a very modest investment and this one surely won't last long in our showroom. Bright Red always complements a Corvette and while this one shows a few signs of age overall it presents quite well. Fit and finish are about what you got in 1982 which was the end of the line for the dramatic Stingray. There are very few signs of age, no stress cracks and even the bright Red paint which is a few years old looks great. The headlight doors fit flush ,the doors open and close with that distinctive Corvette thunk and there's no negating the worldwide appeal of a car like this. Up close you might note that even the front valance hasn't been beaten on curbs , all the emblems are intact on the Coke bottle fenders and Corvette lettering on the tail. Detailing is crisp and it wouldn't take much to push this one to the next level maybe a professional cut and buff to really make it sparkling. Code 70 Red leather works beautifully with the bright red bodywork creating a classic combination that will never go out of fashion. More amazingly the seating surfaces are very well preserved with hardly any evidence that this car is now 34 years old.

 

 

 


 

 

1953 Corvette Replica


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful representation of a 1953 C1 Corvette, The first generation of Corvette was introduced late in the 1953 model year. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to induce GM to make a production version to sell to the public. First production was on June 30, 1953. This generation was often referred to as the "solid-axle" models (the independent rear suspension was not introduced until the second generation). 300 hand-built polo white Corvette convertibles were produced for the 1953 model year. To own an original in a condition as good as this one is, would run you upwards of the $500,000 , but today you can own one that looks just as good but runs and handles way better for a fraction of the price. This Replica was hand built by Sports Car Classics of Hollywood Florida in 1988, and features all original body panels and an upgraded performance suspension from a Chevy Camaro including Front Disc Brakes and Power Steering which gives it the characteristics of unmatchable modern-day handling and reliability.

 

 

 


 

 

1985 El Camino


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this very nice, well kept 1985 Chevrolet El Camino. The 1985 Chevrolet El Camino is one sweet ride to buy. Starting with a Chevrolet 262 cubic inch V6 and paired to a smooth shifting 3-speed automatic transmission it gives you great gas mileage and tons of new parts and accessories , making this truck one fantastic and economical daily driver. The El Camino can be used as a purely multi-purpose vehicle, whether you prefer a car or a truck, whether you want to go to the grocery store or the hardware store, this El Camino is perfect for you! The AM/FM Radio is an aftermarket Kenwood system, which can be easily used to play MP3 music and cds. Also featuring modern conveniences like Power Brakes and Power Steering, this truck is just as easy to drive regularly as it is to take it to your local car show and have it as a weekend car!

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Impala SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1965 Impala SS, This is a true Impala SS that has been transformed into a modern day hi-performance car. While all of the originality of a 65 Impala SS is clearly visible, the power plant is modern day reliable machine. It has now been gone through front to back, top to bottom to be built into an awesome daily driven restomod. Lots of upgrades include: starting with the tubular suspension, adjustable rear coil overs,upgraded sway bars, 4 wheel power disc brakes, power steering and all new steering components. Drivetrain built 350, mild cam, Edelbrock intake & carb, ceramic coated headers, built 700r4 tranny with a overdrive, 19 x 8.5 & 19x 10 wheels with Falken Tires on all 4. Brand new wiring harness. Interior dash was built with brand new Dakota Digital gauges and head unit, 6x9 speakers in the rear window, front & rear seats are leather, brand new carpet, headliner, sun visors, sail panels, and door panels, tilt steering column and new wheel. In the trunk deadening material was installed. Exterior brand new paint, wet sanded and buffed, looks great, brand new door handles, locks and mirrors, the chrome and trim looks near perfect.

 
 

 

 


 

 

1966 Chevrolet Malibu Sport Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1966 Chevrolet Malibu Sport Coupe. This two-door hardtop classic features a repaint of its correct Tuxedo Black and is powered by its correct 283 cube V8 backed by the 3-speed column-shift manual transmission with overdrive. This car is a virtual time capsule, displaying correct components with exception of a cassette stereo. We have the original warranty booklet & protect-o-plate along with the original owners manual, sales invoice, and copy of original title. The odometer reading of 34,787 miles is believed to be correct. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic '66 Malibu-Chevelle. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is the factory 283 V8. This car was sold new at Mike Persia Chevrolet Company, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina on August 1st, 1966. We have the original sales invoice. We also have copies of all of the original paperwork in a binder. The paint and body are in exceptional condition as is the brightwork front to back.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Pontiac GTO


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The GTO has had a repaint to it's original Mainer Turquoise.  The interior is in very nice original condition except for tear in side panel shown in picture above. Looking at the lower panels it seems the carpets have been replaced at sometime. Factory under dash 8 Track Tape plays, the in-dash AM radio is not operating. The dash is cracked as shown above. The undercarriage is original and in good condition. the flooring is intact throughout. The engine & transmission undersides are in good condition as is the differential. The exhaust system is in good condition. The suspension is clean and detailed.

 

 

 


 

 

1970 1/2 Chevy Camaro RS/SS


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Texas Classic Cars is proud to showcase this rare, desirable 1970 1/2 Chevy Camaro RS/SS. There were approximately 3,000 of these examples produced in the 1970 model year. This car is showing just over 57,000 miles, believed original. Factory correct components are displayed throughout including the interior, exterior, and drivetrain. The paint and body are in excellent condition as are the mechanicals and the interior condition. The mileage of just over 57,500 is believed original to this car. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for our photo shoot of this high quality RS/SS '70 Camaro. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' is located only minutes up the road. The RS features include this bold blacked-out grille and split bumpers. Super Sport specific SS 350 emblems adorn either fender. You can see that the doors line up straight. The paint is very nice. This is a base/clearcoat finish of the correct Forest Green. Under the hood is the correct optional 300 horsepower 350 cubic inch V8. The engine suffix stamping is T0515CRE. The drive train is believed to be original from engine to differential. 

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Plymouth Barracuda 440  


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This is a grass-roots muscle car and an absolute pleasure to drive. This '72 Barracuda was born a 318 car but has been hot-rodded with a built 440 V8 and matching 727 trans with 'cuda treatment!  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic Barracuda. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Barracuda has a great look. Close inspection will reveal a very good driver quality paint job with some minor imperfections. The doors, hood, and trunk line up straight and the body panels show straight as well. The 440 Billboard stripes leave little doubt to what powers this Mopar. Under the hood is this powerful 440. The gentleman who owns this car has had it for approximately 7 years and only put a few thousand miles on it. The engine was built and installed by the previous owner. It runs very strong. There is a mild race cam along with an aluminum intake, Holley 4 bbl, and long tube headers. According to the owner, the 727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission was also rebuilt to handle the increased power. You can tell this car makes great power when you drive it.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1989 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am

25th Anniversary Indy 500 Edition


 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful low mileage original 20th Anniversary 1989 Pontiac Trans Am Turbo. These special cars had the distinction of being selected as the official pace car of the 73rd Indianapolis 500, held on May 28th, 1989. In addition to being one of 1,555 Turbo T/A's produced, this is one of only 162 "Festival" Turbo T/As actually at the Indy 500 race for VIP and parade duty. Part of what makes the 20th Anniversary Turbo T/A special is that it was a full mechanical package, not just decals. We have extensive documentation from new including original owner's manual, promotional material, Indy 500 video, brochures, and negatives from the 1989 Indianapolis 500 race with Bobby Unser, believed to be driving this very Trans Am in the photographs. This car has logged less than 35,000 original miles according to the documentation and owner. It is in excellent original condition both cosmetically and mechanically. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is a fitting location for our photo shoot of this low-flier. Be sure and visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza


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We do have the correct Monza emblems for the car. The body is straight throughout and the paint is in very good condition, a good solid driver quality finish, showing a few chips along the door edges. Open the doors to 1964. This interior has been restored and is in excellent condition. The dash displays the factory instrument cluster. The dash pad is clean and detailed. The carpeting has been replaced as have the door panels. The white convertible top has been replaced and is in great shape. The convertible top boot snaps into place. The original VIN plate is in position. The engine compartment displays the previously rebuilt 164 cubic inch Flax-Six rated at 110 horsepower with the dual carburetors. Further inspection of the engine compartment reveal original sheet metal throughout the inner fenders and firewall. The carburetors and carburetor linkage were just recently rebuilt. The new spare matches the other 4 tires.  The original trim identification plate is intact and legible.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Mustang GT  


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful Real 1966 Caspian Blue Mustang GT hardtop. This Mustang came with white GT rocker panel stripes, GT fender emblem, steel styled wheels, passenger side mirror, grille mounted fog lamps, and a 289ci V8 engine. This true GT is not only a great driver but a nice show car piece as well. The interior decor group consisted of: A five dial instrument cluster with full instrumentation, brightly trimmed pedals, walnut looking deluxe steering wheel, vinyl covered quarter trim panels, bright trim cap on hardtop quarter trim panel, courtesy lights in doors, galloping pony embossed seat covers, molded door panels with pistol grip door handles, wood grain glove compartment door, wood grain appliques on instrument panel, kick panels with half carpeting and stainless trim manual front disc brakes, grille mounted fog lights, with grill bar, GT gas cap, F70x14 tires, GT rocker paint stripes, GT side emblems, special exhaust trumpets protruding through the rear valance, Special handling components, Standard 5 gauge instrument cluster.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Plymouth GTX


 

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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this awesome 1970 Plymouth GTX. This beautiful Matching Numbers car was restored from head to toe, it runs and drives like new. You can feel the road shake as this car races by you, it has a great 390Hp and a whopping 490 ft lbs of Torque. The attention to detail that went into restoring this GTX is perfect, it is one of the best in the market today. The Six-Pack is by far the most desirable setup for the 440; it features 3 2 barrel carburetors. This set up bumpes the 440 from 375 HP to a healthy 390 HP. This particular example also features its original 4 speed manual transmission which makes this thing a blast to drive. Dont miss out on a chance to own a true show quality GTX. The GTX was just a single 4bbl from the factory, but the matching numbers block was just upgraded to the 3 2bbls.  The 1970 GTX received a minor redesign (new grille and rear taillights) Stylists made the lines smoother, and a "power bulge" hood was introduced, as well as non-functional rear brake air scoops. The Air Grabber hood was brought back, but instead of having two narrow openings running length-wise as in 1969, it had one opening scoop located on the power bulge.

 

 

 


 

 

1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Touring Sedan


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special. The 1941 Cadillac was an instant hit and has remained one of the most desirable American motorcars of all time. Finished in McKinley Gray Metallic, this 1941 Fleetwood is a true time capsule. The representation of a high-quality restoration, sparing no cost, this Fleetwood is surely the finest around. When entering the Fleetwood, the door yields the satisfying sound that only a factory fitted door can provide. The interior is immaculate and offers a tour a simpler time, when cars had more character than buttons. Options Radio( That actually still works),Fender Skirts , Fog Lights ,& Trim Rings This ’41 features its matching numbers 346cid L Head V8 engine mated to a 3-Speed Manual Transmission, on the column, producing 150 HP. Driving down the road, shifts are smooth with the 3 speed on the column. Power is bountiful as you run through the gears, always having a little more to make that pass. The suspension is tuned well to provide the comfort and ride that Cadillac is known for after all these years Every angle on the car looks great!

 

 

 

 


 

 

1996 Impala SS


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this very well maintained 1996 Impala SS, The last of the rear-wheel-drive Impalas, they were genuine muscle cars the day they hit the showroom floor. This nice Dark Cherry Impala SS is a very nicely preserved car that comes from its original owner, and shows a low 79,681 original miles! The sleek 4-door sedan looks great for its age, with a few scuffs and scratches here and there nothing a quick buff or touch up can't fix. The Dark Cherry was one of three colors available in 96, and very attractive. It definitely gives the big Impala a classic look. Even with those giant 17-inch aluminum wheels it rides smooth. Fortunately, everything on this one is well preserved, from the urethane bumpers to the slick body-colored Impala SS badges it still looks great. Inside, the Impala got a nice upgrade over the standard Caprice in the form of gray leather buckets and a center console. The interior is clean and the leather on the bucket seats have very little noticeable wear. All the gauges are fully functional, and the Impala came only one way: loaded. A/C, cruise control, power windows and locks, and a powerful stereo were standard equipment, and it all works like new. The original carpets are the only part that might give away the cars age, but they have been protected with a set of matching gray mats. Pop the trunk and you'll find some great storage that looks like new, complete with spare tire and cargo net. The Impala became popular because of it's Corvette-derived LT1 V8, its powerful.

 
 

 

 


 

 

1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Coupe 440 V8 Magnum


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The 1967 Coronet adopted Charger styling cues, including a new single-piece grille, but the car's basic profile was unchanged. The 361 c.i. V8 was dropped that year and a 440 c.i. Magnum V-8 was added. Most notably, Dodge debuted its R/T line of the Coronet which stands for "Road and Track". This sporty trim was available with either a 365 of 375 hp 440 c.i. V-8 or a Hemi engine and included a heavy-duty transmission and unique air intake. In all approximately 340 Hemi Coronets were ordered in 1967. You will see if you decode the vin# that this is the real deal. We want to thank our friends at Frontier's Of Flight Museum for allowing us to shoot the majority of our photos at their great location. Please stop in to visit this great museum when you're in Dallas. We don't have much history on this R/T, but it appears to be quite original, with the exception of probably a paint job in the past. The interior is in good condition except the headliner needs replacing. The original vin tag is in place. There is an aftermarket under dash radio installed because the original in dash radio does not work The tachometer is not functioning.

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Ford F-100


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom built 1972 Ford F-100 pickup truck. This truck showcases a repaint of the attractive blue & white 2-tone finish along with Cragar 15-inch wheels & custom black & blue vinyl interior. Under the hood is the previously rebuilt 351 cubic inch Ford V8 paired with the 3-speed C6 automatic transmission. The engine compartment features air conditioning, power steering, and power front disc brakes. This is a truck that can be driven and enjoyed. Approximately 20,000 miles ago, this truck was repainted, the 351 V8 installed, and upholstery re-done. At that time, the shocks were also replaced and the brakes rebuilt from to back. Our photographs were taken here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas, 1912 W. Mockingbird in Dallas, Texas, 75235. The exterior paint and body is in very good condition.  The cab was painted in white while the body is blue. The bumpers have been re-chromed front and back.

 

 

 


 

 

1999 Porsche 911 Carrera


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this meticulously maintained 3-owner Porsche 911 Carrera 2.  The exterior of this Porsche showcases excellent original silver paint. The interior features factory black leather, also in excellent condition.  The exterior showcases the original Arctic Silver paint, in beautiful condition. The wheels are the factory Porsche alloys, fitted with newer Yokohama S Drive tires sized at 205/50R17s in front and 255/40R17s in the rear. There are over $800. worth of new tires on the rear.  The rotors are drilled and slotted. 1999 brought a complete redesign of the 911 sheet metal, practically the first since the 911's introduction at the 1963 Frankfurt auto show.  1999 wound also be the first Porsche powered by a water-cooled Six. This 3.4 Litre powerplant is factory rated at 296 horsepower. This is a very tame and stable automobile, not your every day 170mph driver. The handling prowess and stopping power is immense. This will someone a wonderful automobile.

 

 


 

 

1935 Ford Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1935 Ford Coupe . This 1935 Ford 5 Window Coupe has a period correct excellent Coach Maroon Paint and Tan Mohair interior that has been completely redone. Exterior Chrome is in excellent condition as well as the red pin stripping that flows through from front to rear and in the chromed front and rear bumper. It also come with a very nicely upholstered trunk Rumble Seat. The rear also features a full size spare tire and fully painted spare tire cover.  Options Include Dual Horns , Dual Outside Mirrors, Clock Mirror, Factory Radio, Bumper Guard & Grill Guard This 1935 Ford 5 Window Coupe was purchased at auction in California in 2013. It has resided in Texas since that time. Our seller is not sure when the restoration was done, but it was probably not long before 2013. Red Wire Wheels W/  Firestone whitewall tires complement this car beautifully. Rumble seat is in great condition .

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Chevrolet Nova SS 


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this one of a kind 1966 Nova SS custom. This Nova shows great craftsmanship , this is a true show car & weekend driver. This is a 640Hp beast street car, driven by a turbo 400 transmission it rips through the streets if you get on it . It was 7 years in the making until it was finished , this is a true SS as well. This 1966 Nova has full custom interior giving it a newer modern yet a still classic look.  We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. The paint is a mixture of DuPont Chroma base and custom-blend black base with red and copper pearl . This 66 is one incredible car. Featured in Hot Rodding Magazine in June of 2007, it is still in great shape.  The original owner and builder spent 7 years building this dream car.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Cadillac DeVille


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful 1966 Cadillac DeVille Convertible. This very well maintained DeVille is a great driver and show car. The body panels , paint, chrome and convertible top are in outstanding condition . Body panels are straight as can be and rust free, The paint has a very nice finish with minor to no scratches and the chrome is like new. This Cadillac is powered by a great running 429ci V8 engine and driven by an automatic 3-speed transmission that shifts smoothly. This car glides through the streets , any bump is virtually unfelt. Every aspect of this car is mechanically sound, brakes feel better than new. In 1966 changes included a somewhat coarser mesh for the radiator grille insert, which was now divided by a thick, bright metal horizontal center bar housing rectangular parking lamps at the outer ends. Separate rectangular side marker lamps replaced the integral grille extension designs. There was generally less chrome on all Cadillac models this year. DeVille scripts were still above the rear tip of the horizontal body rub moldings. Cadillac crests and V-shaped moldings, front and rear, were identifiers.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1971 Chevrolet Blazer K5


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this one owner 1971 K/5 Blazer. We are extremely proud of the history of it's owner. The Blazer was purchased new by one of our great American war heroes. He was one of the few survivors of the USS Indianapolis. Those of you who know your history will know what an incredible feet that was to be one of those few brave men. Those of you who haven't heard the story, just google it and you will be amazed at the entire story of the Indianapolis. There was even a great scene in the movie Jaws, where Quint talks of being one of those survivors. The owner passed this year and the Blazer now belongs to a family member but has not been used, so it is technically a one owner vehicle. This 1971 Blazer in light yellow is a GREAT sounding and GREAT driving K5. Very solid and Straight body, this is an original truck that has not been restored extensively. It has its original CST bucket seats and original back seat. It has no rust, It has been sprayed with it's factory "Light Yellow" color and is average quality. It has a few new parts including interior carpet ,painted dash, glove box, gas tank, miscellaneous interior trim parts.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 2000 Porsche Carrera Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this great looking 1-Owner , Low Miles, 2000 Porsche 911. The Auto Check is clean, it shows 2 owners because the owner moved to Texas and retitled it. LOW MILES!!! GORGEOUS 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera CABRIOLET equipped with Premium Sound System, Power Seats, Premium Leather, Power Convertible Soft Top & Hard Top Included, Factory Wheels 3.4 Litre Water-Cooled Flat 6 @ 296hp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Electronic Dual Zone Climate Control 4-Wheel Anti-Lock (ABS) Disc Brakes / Drilled & Slotted Rotors Driver & Passenger Air Bags & Side Impact Air Bags, Electric Windows & Door Locks Litronic Xenon Headlamps Biarritz White Paint Brown Leather Interior 17-inch Factory Alloy Wheels, Porsche floor mats.This Porsche 911 Carrera CABRIOLET is a non smoker, super clean, well equipped, well kept and maintained rust free vehicle that is in great condition. This Porsche 911 Carrera looks, drives, and runs like new. The Biarritz White exterior on the Brown Leather interior is an absolutely a gorgeous color combination on this vehicle.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Buick Rivera


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1965 Buick Riviera, for sale we have this nice Riviera that does not need much work to make it look greater than it already does. These cars are steadily becoming more and more popular every year, keep it a classic and restore to full factory specs or make it an awesome restomod, that's completely up to you. This car Drives, Runs & Rides great. This is a 2 door hardtop without any stripes or unnecessary chrome work, Everything is simple yet elegant. The chrome on the car is how it was to be originally and is in fantastic shape. There are nicely done details on the hood with chrome and crisp lines. Distinguishing this as a 1965 Riviera, the taillights are located in the rear bumper. The front grille shows a nice shine with the highly sought after clamshell headlights. The stance of the car is great and just how it looked in '65, and also how it should remain , although a new paint job would bring the car to an even higher level. The bucket seats in the front look nice and plush while the back seats look just as nice.

 

 

 


 

 

1978 Pontiac Trans Am


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this great looking & powerful 1978 Pontiac Trans Am. This head turning Trans Am looks and drives great as well. Fitted with a Strong 455 Engine it definitely puts out a lot of power,it breathes though a Holley 1050 Dominator & a TH400 Transmission that shifts through gears smoothly . This is a 2 owner car. Blacked Out Tail lights give this already mean T/A a meaner look. Original Pontiac Snowflake Wheels are in great condition & look great on this car. Come with BF Goodrich 275/60/15 Rears & 245/ 60/15 Fronts. This mean Trans Am comes with blacked out headlamps , side markers & tail lamps. T-Tops have been Tinted to keep the interior cooler during hot Texas weather. Blacked out Pontiac LOGO. This 1978 Trans Am definitely makes its presence known.

 

 

 


 

 

 1982 Ferrari Mondial 8


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas presents this 1982 Ferrari Mondial 8. This Ferrari is a great running and driving car, the sound of a Ferrari is like no other even this 1982 example. Driving this car down the road turns lots of heads and thumbs up, although it could use some cosmetic repair, it is still a great car. The Engine runs smooth and strong , the transmission does not grind , and shifting though gears is as smooth as butter. Suspension is stiff and strong like a Ferrari should, it turns corners with great versatility. Cosmetically it could use some TLC, the paint is original that could use a professional buff , currently it is a 7/10 , the interior is a 5/10, and we would recommend you getting it reupholstered. The Ferrari Mondial has never gained much popularity among the Ferrari following, which is actually quite strange, because its driving qualities were all the same highly praised. In view of the substantial price hikes to which almost all Ferrari oldies are currently subject, the Mondial is still a reasonably affordable Ferrari, but even the prices of this model will eventually go up.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Bentley S3


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this astonishing 1965 Bentley S3. Here is a good, clean example of a '65 Bentley S3 Saloon Right Hand Drive , very attractively finished in Dark Gray and Silver Metallic, with ST James Red leather interior, and color scheme which suits the car very well indeed. In Great condition, looking very smart, with deep shine to the paintwork, excellent chrome ,equipped with wooden dashboard, automatic transmission, power windows, power steering, slim white walls, working air conditioning, fold down trays , vanity mirrors, radio and lots of patina. Excellent car and mechanically sound, the interior is beginning to show signs of wear. This is a lovely S3 Saloon which is running and driving well ,it was purchased from the 1st owner of ten years and then from the long term owners of over 40 years ,she retains a good oil pressure and a good idle. There are very few cars that look as nice as this one, she had a full body restoration in the 80’s and has retained a great look since then. It runs and drives great and looks astonishing , this car turns heads and has people stopping by just to check it out. The paint work is great quality with minor dings from driving, the V8 runs strong with a good shifting 4 speed automatic transmission , this car just feels like a cloud on any road. Don’t pass on this great deal of a lifetime.

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Toyota FJ-40 Land Cruiser


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this iconic 4x4, the Toyota Land Cruiser. This FJ-40 is one of the best in the country, restored to original and in excellent condition throughout both cosmetically and mechanically. These Land Cruiser's are becoming hot commodities in the collector world, an appreciating investment year after year. Introduced to the American public in 1960, the Land Cruiser was built to compete with Jeep and Range Rover's offerings, which it more than did. The powerplant in Toyota's Land Cruiser is an especially robust inline 6-cylinder. These were one of the best 4-wheel-drive vehicles you could buy then and they are now. So many of them were abused and rusted, it is very rare we come across a Land Cruiser in this kind of condition. This example is very easy to drive and safe, featuring power-assist brakes. The exterior is finished in the correct Mustard Yellow color. The paint shows well throughout. The restoration was completed in 2006 and shows extremely well today.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1983 Mercedes-Benz SL 380


 

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This classic 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible is in exceptional condition, well cared for since day 1. We have a portfolio full of service records and receipts dating back to new. This car has had its timing chain replacement and is complete with mechanical records dating to day one. We have the original owner's manual and service booklet, with dealer stamps for maintenance. The cosmetics are strong both inside and out. The original soft top is clean and detailed and the original auxiliary hardtop is also in excellent condition. This car has accumulated just under 100,000 miles and is ready for another 100,000 miles. These are great cars. This one performs beautifully. The exterior showcases exceptional sheet metal and paint throughout. The original blue finish displays one exterior repaint, in very good to excellent condition. This car has a clean Car Fax. It was purchased new in Louisiana and has been here in Texas the majority of its life, since the 1980s.

 

 


 

 

1965 Dodge Coronet HEMI


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Not for the faint of heart, this classic '65 Dodge Coronet HEMI began life here in Dallas, Texas as a manual-shifted 6 cylinder plain jane grocery getter. The car was purchased in original condition from the long-time first owner in 2005. This car was completely disassembled and the transformation began. Many of our photos of this classic HEMI Mopar 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 paint and body is outstanding. The brightwork has been restored throughout this 1965 Dodge Coronet. This is a high quality car. Completed in 2005 and garage kept, the car looks outstanding today, a testament to the build quality. The color and body work was done by South Coast Rides in Houston, Texas. Under the hood is where it LIVES. The Mopar Performance crate HEMI V8 is 528 cubic inches and rated at 610 horsepower. Engine and chassis work has been done by Joe Smith here in Dallas, Texas. Joe is a respected race fabricator here in Dallas. The engine compartment is in excellent condition. Ignition duties are by MSD. A Pro-Billet distributor and MSD 6-AL work together.

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray  


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Fly High or Fly Low in America's Sportscar, 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. Be sure and visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is one of 4,073 Corvettes produced in 1976 in Flame Red, which is certainly orange to the eye. Power comes courtesy of the #'s matching original 350 cubic inch L-48 V8, paired with a newly rebuilt Borg Warner  4-Speed Manual Transmission just installed. The original engine number's are clearly visible. This is a number's matching Corvette.Open the doors to 1976. The interior showcases factory-optioned Buckskin tan custom/deluxe leather interior. The custom interior option featured leather upholstery along with trim accents and carpeted lower door panels. The dash showcases original gauges throughout.  The steering wheel is original and this is a factory-optioned tilt steering column. The leather seat upholstery is in very good to excellent condition.

 

 

 

 


1955 Chevy Handyman Wagon


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Wow, what a completely meticulously restored auto. This beauty just placed 2nd in it's class at the 2014 Dallas Autorama. The work put into her is top grade, as every nut and bolt has been replaced on her.  Not only does she look good, but the way she drives and handles is amazing. The perfect show car , or a weekend driver, this is a great car. Walking around the car, you will notice the flawless paint. The restorer found a color as close to original as possible.She is running around on new tires with factory steel wheels. They have the original style hub cap and beauty ring. As you can see by the original trim tag, The paint was Glacier Blue/Skyline blue, and the trim tag codes out to Blue/Beige for the interior. The ultra leather interior is amazing. All the original side chrome has been polished and the front and rear bumpers are new.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Bronco


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Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this superbly restored 1967 Ford Bronco. The best parts were utilized and 100s of hours have been invested into the restoration of this Bronco. This beautiful restoration was completed by West Vettes in West, Texas under the guidance of Mr. Billy Womack. From the powder-coated suspension to the specially outfitted interior & laser straight Swiss Blue paint, this is a Bronco to be proud of. We have portfolios full of receipts and documentation detailing the build and parts involved. The best components were selected and many parts ordered from Wild Horses as well as Bronco Graveyard among others. We hope you enjoy our detailed presentation. Be sure you play our video posted just above to get an even better feel for this Bronco. The exterior color is a Ford hue, specially selected for this Bronco and known as Swiss Blue. This is a base/clear coat paint of high quality. The body and trim shows excellent throughout. Again, West Vettes in West, Texas is responsible for this well executed build. The suspension has been completely rebuilt and powder-coated. Custom springs have been installed along with new bushings throughout. Many parts were ordered from Wild Horses.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Chevrolet 150 Handyman Wagon


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this striking '55 Chevy. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Chromed Power Brake Booster & Master Cylinder.
Be Cool Aluminum Radiator - Electric Fan - Polished Billet Overflow Tank.
The exterior showcases exceptionally nice paint and body work. The panels are near laser straight and the gaps are correct. This is a well done Handyman Wagon.
The stance is just perfect thanks to dropped spindles & these custom polished 18-Inch alloy wheels & low profile Kumho rubber. This Wagon has also been fitted with a power front disc brake conversion and power steering.  Open the doors to this custom Wagon and slide in. The dash showcase a custom gauge cluster and updated white face analog gauges. The steering column is a polished tilt unit fitted with the factory steering wheel.

 

 


 

 

1953 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Series Pickup Truck. This truck showcases a complete cosmetic and mechanical restoration. The paint and body are in excellent condition throughout as is the wood bed, interior, and engine compartment. The finish is a custom two-tone base/clearcoat over the all-steel body, doors, fenders, and running boards. Power is courtesy of the correct stovebolt-six paired with the 3-speed manual column-shift transmission. The wheels are factory steel wheels, color-keyed to match and wrapped in updated B.F. Goodrich Silvertown Whitewall Poly-Bias tires all around.  Open the doors to 1953. This interior is very nicely done and has been kept low-key and overall correct. The bench seat upholstery has been redone in a tasteful burgundy vinyl while the dash was disassembled during the restoration and refinished. The factory gauges are retained along with the rare working factory radio. This is a Chevrolet push button AM radio, complete with the bakelite plastic controls, a beautiful piece in itself. The factory steering wheel is retained along with a knob assist, bet you haven't seen one of those in awhile.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this number's matching 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible. This car has been garage-kept and is in very good to excellent condition. It is powered by its factory 327/210HP V8 paired with the optional Powerglide Automatic transmission. Options include dealer-installed air conditioning along with power steering, power brakes, and a power top along with the Rally Sport package. The color is the correct Ermine White. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic '67 Camaro Rally Sport Convertible. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases a previous restoration in the correct Ermine White with the black Rally Sport stripe. The paint and body are in very good condition throughout. The power convertible top is black, as ordered originally and power-operated. We also have a black convertible top boot. The top is in good shape and operates correctly. The top interior has some rough repair done, some fabric taped down on the headliner.

 

 

 


 

 

1939 Cadillac LaSalle Touring Sedan


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this vintage 1939 Cadillac LaSalle Series 39-50 5-Passenger Sedan. This example was purchased along with photos of an earlier restoration done to the car in the 1970s and it is believed this car was associated with Gary Cooper. It is said to have been driven in Hollywood, California. 1939 would be the 2nd to last year for LaSalle and is considered one of the finest. These late cars have a unique style and quality that set them apart. This particular example is very attractive car that displays strong cosmetics and mechanicals. This is a car that can be driven and shown. It is powered by the correct 322 cubic inch L-head flathead V8 engine paired with the 3-speed manual column-shifted transmission.  As always, the Dallas Love Field is the fitting location for many of our photos of this beautiful 1939 LaSalle 5-Passenger Sedan. Be sure to visit our friends at the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays a quality restoration in wine & black. The paint is very good to excellent throughout as is the brightwork. Check out the tasteful grille design, just beautiful.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1991 Rolls Royce Silver Spur II


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The Silver Spur was the long wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit, both making their debut in 1980. The Silver Spur would continue through the 80s, while the Silver Spur II made its debut at the 1989 Frankfort Auto Show. This is a well-maintained 1991 Rolls Royce Silver Spur II, long wheel base.  The Silver Spur is 4" longer than a standard Silver Spirit Saloon and was quite a bit more expensive than its shorter sibling. This is a driven and cared for example with less than 70,000 miles on the odometer.  As always, we would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for their historical background used in many of our photos. Be sure and visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Tne interesting aspect of this particular Silver Spur II is that it was ordered without the Everflex roof.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1971 Ford Bronco 


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We are presenting a good driver quality Bronco. This is a good running 71 Bronco. There are some cosmetic  issues that need addressing, but all in all it could be someones daily driver. As usual, we would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers of Flight Museum, for allowing us to do our photo shoots on the property. This is an incredible museum and should be a number one stop on your visit to Dallas. Mechanically the Bronco has had quite a bit done to it. Starting in 2010, the rear brakes were rebuilt. Before 2013 the front drive shaft, bushings and ball joints were replaced. At the same time, New exhausts and headers were installed, along with a new clutch.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Corvette Stingray


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful low miles 1969 Corvette Stingray Roadster, this 1969 Corvette has 2 tops(white soft top& white hard top). This Stingray Convertible with side pipes has an original 96,800 miles . The seller is including two engines ,new ZZ383 aluminum head 425hp Gm high-performance crate motor (500 miles on engine) and original , matching numbers, L46/350 motor. 3 owner car.  This Stingray is in very good condition with tons of power. Always garage kept, weekend car. The paint does show some age. There are minor chips here and there. Awesome for road trips the ZZ383 engine has the performance of an L88 without paying over $60k. Our seller is including the original matching numbers 350ci/350 with the car. This stingray looks great with the top up or down. There is a very nice vinyl hard top in white. Front bumper valance gives it a lower sporty look. Corvette Rally Wheels W/ Goodyear 225/70/15 all around.

 

 

 


 

 

1983 Bobby Allison NASCAR


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We have this great running 1983 Nascar back at our dealership. Sold about 2 years ago to a local Dallas man who had intentions of making it street legal. Needless to say, that never happened. This would be a great car to run locally at the Texas Mile road course. When we had this car the first time, we had several people question it's authenticity. We have no documentation, but we did have several men stop by that were car builders and racers themselves. They verified the fact that this car is built to 1983 Nascar standards and all parts are authentic. The car has no title since it is not street legal, so it is sold on a bill of sale only. The car runs very well. As a matter of fact, our service manager has enjoyed driving it out of our building into our lot everyday.

 

 


 

 

1968 Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this restored 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. This car has been finished in a custom brilliant yellow and shows well throughout. Power is courtesy of a later 350 c.i. 4bbl. V8 with upgrades, paired with the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. This car is complete with its removable hardtop and black convertible soft top. The interior features the stock components with exception of custom yellow & black seat upholstery. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the majority of our photos of this favorite American Sports Car, the Corvette. Be sure and visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. They are located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. The body lines show well and the gaps look great. This is a solid car. 1968 would be the first year of this classic C3 body style and one of the most attractive Corvette designs to date. Open the doors to 1968. The engine compartment is detailed in polished aluminum & chrome. Power is courtesy of a 350 c.i. 4bbl. V8 ( non matching #s).

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Lincoln Continental


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The 1966 Lincoln Continental rode on a wheelbase that measured 4 inches larger than the previous years platform. Standard features included the automatic transmission, power seat, power steering, front disc brakes, power windows and windshield washers. The car is also optioned with air conditioning. This $500 option was checked on most Lincolns for '66. This is a solid example finished in a repaint of its original Platinum Light Blue paint, powered by its 462 cubic inch V8, and showcasing factory blue cloth interior. We hope you enjoy our presentation of this classic Lincoln. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for our photoshoot of this classic Lincoln Continental. Please be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Open the doors to 1966. The Continental was offered as a four-door sedan, four-door convertible, or two-door hardtop version. The sedan was by far the most popular Continental sold, with 35,809 units leaving Lincoln showrooms in '66.

 

 

 


 

 

2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS ZL550 Supercharged


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing 1-owner 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport equipped with the 2SS package, RS package, and very limited SLP 550ZL package along with additional SLP features installed brand new through the dealer that include ; Brembo Sport front & rear disc brakes, Rally-style dual painted stripes and more. This car has accrued just over 6,200 miles and is in showroom condition, always garaged and well cared for. There were only 250 of these automatic transmission backed 2010 ZL550 Camaro's produced and another 250 6-speed manual transmission backed ZL575 examples. This is your opportunity to own #57 of 250 ZL550 Supercharged 2010 Camaro SS cars produced. These SLP Exclusive Features add up to $26,170 in addition to the original $36,330 MSRP. This is a very unique Camaro and an investment for years to come. We have a binder with the original sales invoices, receipts, and special SLP paperwork along with the original window sticker from Webb Chevrolet where it was purchased new. Again, this is a one-owner example. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this low-flying Camao ZL550 SS.

 

 


 

 

1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe


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Chevrolet's Deluxe line was the sales volume leader across the Chevrolet line during the 1940s. These cars were advertised with the styling slogan, "Royal Clipper Styling." The Special Deluxe was a well-appointed version and first introduced in 1940. With a price range of $720-$934, there were 431,199 sold. Chevrolet would produce GM's 25 millionth car in the 1940 model year. This Special Deluxe model 4-door sedan displays an older restoration in brown and tan. The paint and body are in very good condition. The chrome work has been redone. The rubber seals were replaced throughout. Power is courtesy of the classic Chevrolet Stovebolt-Six. This 216 cubic inch powerplant was factory rated at 78 horsepower. Known for their durability, these engines carried the same basic design from the introductory year of 1929 to 1960. This is a good running motor in this car, paired with the 3-speed column-shifted standard transmission. This engine is fitted with an air cleaner & downdraft carburetor. Though the restoration was done some time ago, our shop did some work on this car in February of 2014. We replaced the center drive link, installed a new carburetor, and did some general maintenance. The grille style resembles a higher priced Buick of the time.

 

 

 


 

 

1985 Buick Grand National 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very nice 1985 Buick Grand National. Garage Kept , Original 78,085 k Miles. In 1985 only 2102 were built , this is a 3.8 L V6 turbo charged Grand National , with a 4 speed automatic Transmission. It has a New A/C Compressor , and the Valve Cover Gaskets were recently replaced . The turbocharged 3.8 L came with sequential fuel injection, distributor-less computer controlled ignition, and boasted 200 hp This little V6 easily kept up with V8's of it time Factory Grand National Wheel with Buick emblem caps & Dunlop 215/65 R 15 tires all around. Very Clean Mirror look black paint looks great on this Grand National. We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.

 

 

 


 

 

1997 Lincoln Towncar 


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this well kept 1997 Lincoln Towncar. This Towncar has only 37,878 original miles registered, it drives, & looks like new. Paint is in very good condition. This luxurious 4 Door is very spacious inside and in the trunk . It has its original Lincoln Wheels. Original Owners Manual & Maintenace Schedule and Record book. The undercarriage show the low mileage and how well kept this car is.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to offer this stunning 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Sportsroof Fastback. This is a Marti Report documented Mach 1 finished in its correct Silver Jade metallic paint & equipped with factory optioned luxury interior decor. This car was completely restored cosmetically and mechanically approximately 12 years ago and seldom driven since the restoration was completed. Power is courtesy of the correct 351 2V "H" code V8 engine paired with the FMX 3-speed automatic transmission. The paint and body are in excellent condition while the mechanicals are also first class. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the majority of our photos. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum should you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The Mach 1 was so popular on its inception in this first year of '69 that Ford did away with the GT altogether by the 1970 model year. This example is in beautiful condition throughout. The Silver-Jade Metallic paint was also ordered with this black-out hood treatment. The original trim identification plate is intact. We also have both of the original Ford Owner Cards for this Mustang. These cards are very rare, most were lost over the years. We also have the Marti Report, confirming the color combination & options.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1949 Chevrolet 5-Window Pickup


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this customized 1949 Chevrolet "Advanced Design" 3100 Series 5-Window Pickup Truck. This truck received the majority of its restoration efforts from 2008-9 along with a large binder full of receipts dating from then to now. A GM Vortec Crate 350 engine was installed along with a stout Currie 9-inch differential. This truck was converted to a 5-lug wheel with power front disc brakes and power steering. The paint is a custom matte Chocolate with shiny Almond fenders. The bed is custom stained wood. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic post-war Chevrolet truck. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases custom 2-tone paint in Chocolate Brown & Almond Cream, a classy look. The body is straight and solid.  The front fenders have been replaced, inner and outer. The bumper pan was also replaced along with the firewall and cab corners. The side cowl panels have been replaced along with the window glass & glass seals. The weatherstrip has been replaced. The door handles and lock assembly have been converted to the later push button style.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this exceptional collector-quality 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible. According to previous owners, this car has only accrued less than 38,000 original miles and its remarkable condition certainly reflects this mileage. There has also been an extensive lot of restoration work performed both mechanically and cosmetically to keep this car in top show & driving condition. This is your opportunity to own a stunning automobile and fast appreciating investment. You will not believe how good this Lincoln drives. The exterior presents show quality correct Venetian Yellow paint in a base/clearcoat. The paint and body are in excellent condition as is the brightwork throughout this '66 Continental. We have a stack of receipts for the paint & body along with much of the mechanical work. All of this work was performed between 2006 to 2008. This is one of the nicest '66 Continentals you will find anywhere. The body is extremely straight. This has been a garage kept example its entire life, this is evident by the interior condition especially.

 

 

 


 

 

1975 Fiat 124 Sport Spider 1800


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic 1975 Fiat 1800 Spider convertible. The Fiat 124 2+2 Sport Spider convertible made its debut at the Turin auto show in November, 1966. This model was in production from 1966 until 1980. The cars design and manufacture was by Italian carrozzeria, Pininfarina. This is a mechanically and cosmetically good example in driver condition.  We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. The little stout twin carbureted 1.6 litre engine runs strong with good power, paired with the 5-speed manual transmission. The engine compartment is solid and original throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support.

 

 

 


 

 

1957 BelAir Dusty Rose


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1957 Bel Air. This Dusty Rose Bel Air was fully restored from the ground up in 1996, only used genuine GM replacement parts were used for this classic. A new wiring harness was installed and the odometer was reset to zero at restoration, it was also sand blasted inside and out. Most of the exterior chrome is new ,and a new gas tank and sending unit were also installed, brakes were also completely overhauled. This is the correct color for this 1957 Bel Air. This is a very good quality restoration. This car is great to drive and show ,it is a true classic. It not only looks great with this Dusty Rose color you don't see often on a Bel Air , but it drives great as well . The engine sounds great and has been very well maintained, also the powerglide transmission is the original to this car . Fenders, Doors, and Rear panels are completely straight and have hardly any flaws in the paint.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1956 Buick Roadmaster


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In 1954 Buick Roadmaster and Super shared with Cadillac and Oldsmobile 98 the new General Motors C-body, adopting the new "ponton" appearance, and the addition of "Dagmar bumpers" to the front. Texas Calssic Cars Of Dallas is very happy to present this very nice example of a 1956 Buick Roadmaster, restored not too many years ago. These were large, roomy cars, as much as five and a half inches longer in wheelbase and more 
than nine inches (229 mm) longer overall than in 1953. Roadmaster script was found on the rear quarters and within the deck ornament. Rear fenders had a blunted fin at the rear edge, with dual  "bullet" taillamps below. The paint shows very well on the car, and the bumpers appear to have been rechromed during restoration.  A new panoramic windshield with vertical side pillars was used. Seats had chrome bands on 2-door models and rear seats had an armrest on 4-door models. The front suspension was refined and Roadmaster'shorsepower was increased to 200. The pillared coupe and the Estate wagon were no longer offered as body styles. Overall sales dropped to 50,600. In 1955 broad lower rear fender bands, gold-colored Roadmaster deck script and hood ornament,
 bars on the hubcaps and gold-accented grille were added to distinguish Roadmaster.

 

 

 


 

 

1977 BMW 630 CSI


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this unique and increasingly hard to find 1977 BMW 630csi coupe. This local Dallas, Texas car has just over 30,617 miles, believed original to the car. By Texas law, we cannot guarantee mileage on a classic vehicle. According to the owner of this BMW the mileage is correct and we believe it. The paint and body are in beautiful condition and the mechanicals are strong. The interior is all original and also very well maintained. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic BMW 630csi coupe. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases the correct Anthracite Gray finish, straight and detailed throughout. The body itself is in excellent condition. This is BMW's E24 body. The wheels of choice are classic BBS cookie cutters. These 16-inch wheels are fitted with Toyo radials front to back (225/50ZR16s & 245/45ZR16s) The window glass has very old window tinted, cracking throughout the sides and rear, but you are still able to see through it.

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Chevrolet Impala


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1968 Chevrolet Impala Two-Door Hardtop Coupe. This car features a number of original components and has been re-painted in its correct Ash Gold finish. The drivetrain was recently upgraded with a rebuilt 350 with some performance extras along with a rebuilt 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission. The interior is stock gold vinyl with sound system upgrades. The current wheels of choice are 20-inch knock-off Wires fitted with 255/35ZR20 rubber all around. This is a good running car and drives down the road good.  Many of our photos of this classic '68 Chevy Impala were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays an older repaint of the original Ash Gold finish. The black vinyl top is clean and in great shape. The body itself is exceptional throughout this car with only some minor paint flaws on closer inspection. This Impala rides on classic knock-off 20-inch wire Daytons for a Donk'd look. Of course a stock set of Rally Wheels would easily swap out if so desired. This car drives down the road straight and really handles well. The rebuilt 350 4bbl. V8 makes plenty of power, paired with the 700R4 automatic transmission for easy highway cruising.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Ford Mustang Convertible


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you ever find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This car has had needed updates to make it a reliable and comfortable driver. Our shop just installed a power steering system. The cooling duties are courtesy of an updated aluminum radiator. This Mustang was originally equipped with a 6-cylinder engine, now powered by a stout 302 cube V8.  This Mustang sounds excellent. Be sure to check out our video of this car in action. The exterior presents a good straight body with attractive paint throughout. The front and rear bumper chrome shows well as does the trim throughout. There may be some minor imperfections on close inspection, overall very clean and straight. The wheels of choice are 14-Inch styled-steel wheels fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires all around. Open the doors to 1969. The interior showcases headrest bucket seating and standard accompaniments along with an AM/FM cassette stereo. There is a little wear on the piping on the top of the driver's seat.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray


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Fly Low or Fly High, this legendary '67 Corvette 427 was photographed at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas area.  The heart of this last year C2 Vette is the optional L-68 Tri-Power 427. This was the tame hydraulic lift version of the 427, factory rated at 400 horsepower. Interestingly, this is the rarest of the two tri-power options in 1967. Only 2,101 buyers opted for this L68 option while 3,754 opted for the high-strung L71 435HP tri-power. This particular Corvette retains its original 427 "JC" suffix 400 horsepower tri-power engine, backed by the correct Muncie 4-Speed manual transmission. The engine compartment is detailed to show. The engine stamping is still very legible and correct for this Corvette. The original VIN and trim identification plates are also intact under the dash and in excellent condition. You can still see much of the original green oxide primer under the dash. According to the trim plate, this Corvette was ordered in Tuxedo Black with leather interior.
 

 

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Roadster


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the chosen spot for many of our photos of this great street rod. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The body is by "Show Me" custom bodies. The paint & body work was done by Street Rod Concepts in Clute, Texas. This is a beautiful finish. The color is custom Imron Jade Metallic with House of Colors metalflake and multi-stage clearcoat, color-polished and sealed to a mirror shine. Just under 3,000 miles have been logged on this build. Power is courtesy of a performance-oriented 302 cubic inch V8. An Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold & 670cfm Holley 4bbl. carburetor are responsible for induction duties while ceramic-coated Sanderson exhaust expel the spent combustion gases in a hurry. "Ford in a Ford".  The engine is detailed to show with billet dress and green, green, green! The block was finished in Jade Green as was the chassis and many components. There is a ton of billet aluminum, chrome, and shiny paint on this Roadster.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1985 Chevrolet El Camino


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As always, the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic 1985 Chevrolet El Camino. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located only minutes from the museum. This is an attractive El Camino. The paint and body are in very good condition. The sides are straight and the finish has a good shine to it. This looks to be a professional repaint of the original color. The stock wheels wear newer 215/70R14 Kumho Radial tires all around. The glass has been tinted left & right. Open the doors to 1985. This interior is in good condition. The factory vinyl bench seat is clean and detailed, with some minor damage to the driver's bolster. The upholstery is clean throughout. There are rubber floor mats. The carpeting is original and shows fading and is torn in spots, but is intact. The air conditioning blows cold air.  The dash is original with exception of an updated AM/FM Pioneer CD Stereo. The carpeting is also original and again, shows fading. The steering wheel is original and in good condition. The tilt steering column is functional.

 

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Roadster


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Meet "Cal". Cal is my personal car.  I am Maris, co owner of Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. Built in Texas, Cal has been around the Dallas area all of his life. I  have owned him for the last 12. As always, we want to thank the folks at the Frontier's of Flight Museum for allowing us to do our photo shoots at their great location. Please stop in to see this awesome piece of history. Cal's 350 ci small block has a mild cam and sounds great when he's idling. The casting number is 14010207 making the block a 1980-85 350. He has run cool for the entire time I've owned him. Even in this Texas heat he never gets above 198 even at a red light. He has been a trouble free car for 12 years. Check out my video of Cal just below. This is a true driver's car. His Cadillac air breather gives him a great look. When I bought him, I decided to make a few changes. I added the Sanderson Lime-Fire custom headers and the custom made drop straight side pipes. There are no baffles in the pipes, so Cal can be heard coming down the street for sure. Cal is built on an original 32 Ford frame, therefore is titled as a 1932 Ford.

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford F-100 Pickup


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic 1966 Ford F-100 Twin I-Beam pickup truck. This shortbed fleetside Ford has had a host of restoration work including paint, interior, and drivetrain work. The classic Blue & White two-tone combination looks excellent. The paint and body show well as does the interior. The truck also runs out strong.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic '66 F-100. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The paint, body, interior, and mechanicals are strong points of this truck. It will need some tinkering and finishing though, notably some inoperative gauges. The interior features a beautiful blue bench seat along with the factory steering wheel, quality dash and original speedometer cluster with a few aftermarket gauges.

 

 

 


 

 

1954 Studebaker Champion Deluxe


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Many of our photos of this classic 54 Studebaker Champion Deluxe were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. We hope you enjoy our presentation of this Studebaker. The exterior presents well. The body is straight and the paint finish is a good driver quality condition. The bright work shows well front to back and is intact along with the factory emblems. Some of the chrome has pitted and could use re-chroming. The factory wheels/hubcaps wear updated radial tires all around. Open the doors to 1954. This car showcases correct interior front to back along with the factory gauges, dash, steering wheel, etc.  The original identification plate is also in place and legible. This car is a pleasure to drive.

 

 

 


 

 

1992 Mercedes Benz 500 SL


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this exceptional 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500SL Roadster. This car features the AMG styling package and is complete with maintenance records dating into the 90s. Most recently, we have the convertible top cylinders restored. 500 miles ago the transmission received a full service with the cooling lines replaced along with the filters and fluid. The front shocks have been replaced with Bilstein units, Meyle boots and stop buffers. The power steering box was replaced approximately 15,000 miles ago. The engine motor mounts have been replaced and the instrument cluster serviced. The ignition module has been replaced along with the alternator. The headlamp washer pump has also been replaced. The air conditioning system received a major service 5,000 miles ago with a new compressor and dryer installed professionally. The original radiator was also replaced about 2,000 miles ago, all work documented in a list among other maintenance repairs. The engine oil was just replaced (Mobil 1 Full Synthetic). The exterior displays original sheetmetal throughout under the stunning black base/clearcoat paint. This car is complete with its auxiliary removable hardtop and power-operated black soft top. This is your opportunity to own a very well-maintained 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500SL Convertible.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Cadillac Eldorado 


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Fly Low or Ride Low, many of our photos of this beautiful Cadillac were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases a repaint of the original special green metallic finish. The paint is in  good condition, with a few minor flaws. The body is exceptionally straight throughout and the chrome work shows well. The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado would be the last Cadillac convertible for a number of years.  Open the doors to 1976. The interior features the original luxurious leather upholstery in green. The leather is in very good condition, showing some age fading. This is a garage-kept vehicle. The dash has a notable crack, photographed above. The original door panels are in good condition, the driver's side with cracking on the arm rest. The power seating is working for the driver and passenger. This is a fully appointed Cadillac with power options, including the power trunk feature.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback


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This would be the final year of this 2-year body style. The '67-8 Mustang fastbacks were roomy and displayed a more muscular body than the 1st generation Fastbacks. These cars bring visions of Steve McQueen in Bullitt & get names like "Eleanor" from their admiring audiences. This particular car showcases custom Emerald Green paint with Gold Shelby-Style stripes & hood. It is powered by a 289 V8 with a few street performance bolt-ons, paired with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes front disc brakes and air conditioning. The interior remains stock and is in great shape. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence to own an exceptional 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this customized 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases quality  paint and body in a special Emerald Green base/clear coat with Gold Shelby-Style stripes & fog lamps.  The fog light were just installed with a brand new wiring harness and pull switch. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Chevrolet Corvette L48


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe. This car is powered by its factory number's matching L-48 350 4bbl. engine paired with the Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission. The base L-48 was up approximately 10% in power for 1976 to 180HP. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this '76 Vette, America's Sportscar, were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located just minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.This Corvette is one of 4,182 Mahogany Metallic cars produced in 1976, a Corvette exclusive color. The paint is in good condition throughout this Vette, showing some minor imperfections. This is a repaint of the factory color. The rear bumper cover was replaced with this custom unit for a unique look. Open the doors to 1976. This interior is factory original and in good condition as well.

 

 

 


 

 

1950 Dodge Wayfarer Sportabout


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this hard to find 1950 Dodge Wayfarer Convertible. This example is in very good to excellent condition. This car was purchased by the 2nd owner when it was approximately 2 years old in Henderson, Texas. The car was driven by this young lady to school regularly until she graduated high school. At that time, she was off to college and her father took possession of the car. An executive for AMCO Oil, This gentleman drove the Wayfarer as a personal company car for about 10 years. Time marched on and the car sat garaged, un-restored, and largely un-touched  until 25 years ago. The young lady, now grow and married, decided to have the car restored to its original glory days. During an extensive restoration, everything was kept correct on the car with exception of a few things. The top color was changed from white to tan and the trunk was upholstered. Otherwise, the original engine and transmission were rebuilt, the interior restored and exterior restored along with the brakes, etc. The brakes have been done a few times now. The paint and body are strong, while the brightwork is intact and shows well throughout. The convertible top assembly is manually operated and the windows are true "roll-up" windows. These true convertibles were introduced in mid 1949 and Dodge touted them as the car for all youthful America. It is powered by its correct flathead inline 6 paired with the 3-speed manual transmission. This is a turn-key example that cruises down the road, starts, runs and stops just fine. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Falcon Sprint 289


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this rare 1965 Ford Falcon Sprint two door hardtop. There were only 2,806 of the 1965 Falcon Sprint hardtops built along with a scant 300 convertible versions. The optional "Sprint" package included a 200 horsepower 289 V8 dubbed "Challenger V8" along with special Sprint fender emblems and bucket seating. Convertible "Sprint" Falcons received a center console as standard equipment while the console was optional on hardtop "Sprint" models. This example displays beautiful and correct medium gray metallic base/clearcoat paint along with OEM correct interior & the powerful 289 V8 with performance enhancements that include a Holley 4bbl. carburetor, mild cam, and aluminum intake manifold. These custom 15-inch Magnum 500 chromed wheels are wearing classic raised white letter radials (Cooper Cobra 215/65R15s) all around with spinner caps. The factory identification plate is intact and legible. 63D = Falcon Sprint / K = Medium Gray Metallic Paint / 85 = Red Vinyl Interior / 06K - October 6th Build / 53= Kansas City Plant / 6= Axle 2.80:1 Gearing / 6= C4 Dual Range Automatic.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Pontiac GTO


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This classic GTO features custom light blue metallic base/clearcoat paint over a very solid and straight original body. The 400 cubic inch V8 has been upgraded with an aluminum Edelbrock Torker intake & 4bbl. carburetor. The interior showcases factory bucket seating and accompaniments. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photoshoots. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located right up the road. The light blue metallic paint is in good condition throughout with only a few chips and imperfections. There is a notable chip on the nose you can see. The body is straight and the panels align throughout. This is an attractive GTO. The hood tachometer is functional. The black vinyl top is in very good condition as is the glass throughout. The GTO boasted an extensive re-styling for '68, riding on a 112-inch wheelbase and featuring the new Endura composite front bumper. The wheels of choice on this goat are the factory PMD Rally wheels fitted with 225/70R14 raised white letter Delta GT Road Max radial tires. Open the doors to high performance today, from yesterday. The interior showcases factory black vinyl bucket seating in very good condition. The back seat is also in good shape.

 

 


 

 

1999 Porsche 911 Carrera


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this meticulously maintained 2-owner Porsche 911 Carrera 2. This car was purchased by the 2nd owner in 2000. We have all service records since new. This car will be offered to its new owner complete with a transferable extended warranty. The exterior of this Porsche showcases excellent original silver paint. The interior features factory black leather, also in excellent condition. The exterior showcases the original Artic Silver paint, in beautiful condition. The wheels are the factory Porsche alloys, fitted with newer Yokohoma S Drive tires sized at 205/50R17s in front and 255/40R17s in the rear. The rotors are drilled and slotted. 1999 brought a complete redesign of the 911 sheetmetall, practically the first since the 911's introduction at the 1963 Frankfurt auto show. 1999 wound also be the first Porsche powered by a water-cooled Six. This 3.4 Litre powerplant is factory rated at 296 horsepower. This is a very tame and stable automobile, not your every day 170mph driver. The handling prowess and stopping power is immense. This will someone a wonderful automobile. The engine is clean and detailed, again we have all service records since day 1.

 

 

 


 

 

1981 Jeep CJ-7


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight is the location for many of our photos of this classic 1981 Jeep CJ-7. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. This Jeep is a good solid driver with some tasteful modifications. It rides on 33" BFG Mud Terrain radials all around. The shocks are Pro-Comps. The custom black powder-coated steel bumpers are by Genuine Steel. Full Doors and rolling windows are retained. The roll bars have been padded throughout. The wheels are black powder-coated as well. The black paint is a repaint and a driver-quality job. The flooring/tub has been rhino-lined front to back. The bucket seating features a Bestop cover as does the rear bench seat. The custom 3-spoke wheel is atop the tilt steering column. The dash retains its original functional gauges along with an updated Pioneer CD Stereo, oil pressure, and voltage gauge. The dash pad is in good condition as is the dash itself. This Jeep certainly has the stance. This Jeep will go anywhere.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1971 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this largely original 1971 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. This car was purchased locally in recent history by a gentleman who drove it locally. He had this car inspected and new tires installed along with a fresh tune-up. The air conditioning system blows cold. This is a right hand drive car and it is a pleasure to drive. This is an older car and does show wear and tear, but overall very solid. The interior displays original upholstery while the exterior has received a previous repaint of the attractive Silver Mink colour.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this vintage Rolls Royce. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourselves in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away from the museum. The Silver Shadow was Rolls Royces' most significant automobile since the Silver Ghost. This model took over a decade to come to final production, launched in 1965 and continuing through the early 1970s.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1962 Chevy Nova II 400

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This 1962 Chevrolet Nova is sure is a little car that carries the proverbial big stick. With an usual look on the outside but a very frightening engine under the hood this car will be the perfect one for those looking for a fun way to spend the weekends. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1962 Chevrolet Nova. Some may think that the trick to building a street brawler is keeping it low key, but the owner of this Nova had in mind everything but low key. The exterior is showcased with a red paint and white stripes. Not detailed to show standards but it still looks good on the streets when you stop anywhere. There is a nice mix between old details and newer ones, the shiny chrome around the car looks original. If you are looking to hit the roads hard, this car is what you would be looking for, a lighter weight car and a powerful engine is all you need. The original Nova body has very little modification. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Fairlane 500 XL


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this solid dry climate western car, a 1966 Ford Fairlane 500XL hardtop fastback, beautifully restored and factory-optioned with the 390 cubic inch big block V8 & C6 automatic transmission. Showcasing a restoration in cosmetics and mechanicals, this car is a perfect candidate to show & drive. The exterior has been restored in the cars correct shade of Springtime Yellow while the interior was restored in correct black vinyl, complete with bucket seating and the center console. The original 14x4 wheels were replaced with these 15-inch chromed wheels & B.F. Goodrich Touring radials all around. The original wheels are still available with the car. Enjoy our extensive presentation & be sure to play our video of this Ford in action.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight is the location for many of our photos of this fabulous Ford. Be sure to visit our friends at the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. A dry climate car, this Fairlane displays excellent original sheetmetal throughout the body and undercarriage. The paint was re-done in recent history to the correct Springtime Yellow hue.

 

 


 

 

1970 Plymouth Barracuda


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this remarkably original & complete 1970 Plymouth Barracuda convertible. This is a true one-owner car purchased by a lady who spent some time looking for this specific car. This is a documented car from day 1 with the original intact build sheet, certi-card and more. The story is the purchaser desired this particular color combination specifically with a power operated convertible top. She had a difficult time finding the vehicle with her specifications until locating this car. She purchased it and drove it home where it has remained in her possession its entire life. There were only around 800 Barracuda convertibles with the 318 V8 built in 1970, very very few were ordered in In-Violet Metallic. This car displays much of the original In-Violet Metallic paint, original sheetmetal, interior, and drivetrain. It has the fender tag untouched and in place along with the VIN plate and original stampings in known locations. The mileage of 53,232 is correct according to the owner and documentation provided. This is a great old survivor car that runs strong and drives down the road smoothly.

 

 


 

 

1977 Ford Bronco Ranger


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Ford's 1977 Bronco would be the last of the 1st generation Bronco's and is regarded by many enthusiasts as the best. This revered status was warranted. The '77 model was the best of the breed in many ways. The major change was the introduction of the stout 9-inch rear end.housing. There were few visual distinctions from previous years. A plastic 14.4 gallon fuel tank & auxiliary 8 gallon tank are utilized. This particular Bronco is one of the BEST 1st generation original and correct Bronco's you will find anywhere. This is a 3-owner vehicle. This example maintains the original upholstery throughout. This Bronco drives excellent and displays all original sheetmetal with a refinish of the original paint color scheme, complete down to the tape stripes. The restoration work and maintenance was completed here in Texas. The 302 cubic inch 2bbl. V8 is paired with the 3-speed automatic. Driver comfort and safety features include power steering, power front disc brakes, and air conditioning. This is a Bronco to be proud of and the last of the great original Broncos.

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Volkswagen Type II Transporter  


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This is fine example of Volkswagen's 2nd generation Type II Microbus. This classic VW Type II showcases a recent extensive restoration effort that shows beautifully. The body is exceptionally solid and the paint shows very well. The color is a burnt copper metallic base/clearcoat. The stainless was removed and polished. The front stainless pieces and windshield wipers were just installed. New wheels & tires were installed as well. The interior was completely gone through, including the carpeting, seat upholstery, and headliner. The 1600 c.c. engine is paired with the 4-speed manual transmission. We hope you enjoy our presentation. Be sure to play our video posted just below. This is your opportunity to own a very unique and exceptionally nice example of a 1972 Volkswagen Microbus. These VW's are escalating in value and a solid investment for the future. The exterior showcases custom base/clearcoat Copper metallic paint. This is a very attractive Microbus. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the historical museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas, 75235.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1957 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1957 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup Truck. There were only 2,244 Cameo trucks built in '57. These stylish trucks were produced from 1955 until early 1958. They featured a streamlined bed with special fiberglass panels use. This truck features tasteful upgrades & a powerful smallblock stroked V8. This is one that can be driven & shown. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this vintage Cameo truck. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Chevrolet's  streamlined 3124 Series Cameo Truck rides on a 114-inch wheelbase & is equipped with a 6.5 foot bed. The brakes on this truck have been upgraded with power front discs. The wheels of choice are 15-inch Ultra polished wheels with Futura GS radial tires (235/60R15s). The bed of the Cameo trucks showcased design features such as smooth uncluttered tail light assemblies and a special fiberglass-shelled out tailgate panel. The bed has been recently re-finished and is in excellent condition. The tool box is color-keyed to match the truck.

 

 

 


 

 

2003 Chevrolet SSR


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this specially modified 2003 Chevrolet SSR. This car showcases over $18,000 worth of performance work completed less than 3,000 miles ago. This is a supercharged & intercooled street machine that is an absolute pleasure to drive. With over 500 flywheel horsepower on tap, this SSR is not boring. The owner has enjoyed and shown this SSR with numerous awards to show. It has been dyno-tuned and is emissions legal. This SSR is tame to very drive on the street, yet extremely powerful under acceleration. The transmission has also received modifications to accommodate the increased power. This is a multiple award winner. The awards and banner do not come with this one, you will have to get your own trophies. Extensive work has been performed by The Car Shop in Killeen, Texas. They installed a new Magnuson Magnacharger Intercooled Supercharger kit along with an upgraded valvetrain.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Three Window Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully done 1932 Ford Coupe. This car rides on a high quality Stage III chassis with Pete & Jakes Chrome Hair Pin Front Suspension & Rear Coil-Overs. Power is courtesy of an aluminum-head smallbock 427 Blueprint crate engine dyno tuned at over 565 horsepower. The interior showcases beautiful leather upholstery with Ostrich inserts while the exterior displays show quality base/clearcoat paint. No expense has been spared with this street rod. We also have a stack of receipts detailing the engine, chassis, etc. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this Deuce Coupe. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is one nice street rod. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence to own this amazing car. This street rod can be driven and will do well at largest classic and collector car events. It is highly detailed top to bottom, as you can see. Also, be sure to play our video presentation to hear and experience this car to an even further degree. Power is courtesy of this special crate engine. Ordered from Summit Racing and further developed and tuned, this balanced & blueprinted aluminum-head smallblock V8 made 567HP @ 6200rpms & 554 Lb-Ft TQ @ 4600rpms on the Dyno.

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Roadster


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Fly Low or Fly High, the majority of our photography was done at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The wheels of choice are machine-polished American Racing rims fitted with 195/60R15s up front & 275/60R17s out back. The engine compartment is beautifully detailed. The firewall is polished a quality done. HCC Performance here in Dallas, Texas just completed a thorough detail job and installed several show quality pieces. The block is painted to match the body. There are several key elements including the polished aluminum valve covers & matching billet wire looms. The fuel line is braided steel. The fuel pump is chrome as is the fuel filter. A Holley Hi-Tek air cleaner has been installed. The water pump and pullies are chromed. The oil pan and oil filter are chromed. Cooling duties are handled via a high capacity aluminum radiator & polished billet overflow tank. The electric cooling fan is chromed. Induction is courtesy of a polished Quick Fuel 750 cfm carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake.

 

 

 


 

 

1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer


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The last Grand Wagoneers are new entrants in the classic automobile arena. These SUV's are increasing in value every year now. This is your opportunity to own one before prices get too high. Arguably the best SUV ever produced, the Wagoneer's body panels remained basically un-touched for an unprecedented 29 model years (1963-1991). This example is a driven one, not perfect, but well-maintained, intact and a pleasure to drive. It has mainly cosmetic body flaws. This is a 1990 model that rides on its factory alloys, powered by the 360 V8 and equipped with all of the Grand Wagoneer's power options, including the power rear lift-gate window. The body shows older burgundy paint with some clearcoat deterioration. There are a number of rust bubbles beginning to form and that have formed if you look closely. I will show them in the photos. While the body does have some rust, the underbody is surprisingly solid. This will be a great candidate for a total restoration. The woodgrain trim is in good condition throughout. Open the doors to 1990. The interior is original and in good condition throughout. The cloth & leather upholstery shows well. The power seating is functional for both driver and passenger. The power windows are also functional.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Ford Mustang convertible. This car has been restored in its striking original Caspian Blue metallic  and is complimented by red interior with white pony/luxury upholstery, a very unique combination. According to the trim plate, this car was Caspian Blue with Red Interior. Power comes from a previously rebuilt 289 4bbl V8, although originally powered by a 200 I-6. The transmission is a stout C4 3-speed automatic. This car is equipped with GT features such as trumpet exhaust tips, valence, and fog lamps. The convertible top is power-operated and in great shape. This car is a pleasure to drive and shows well. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic '65 Mustang convertible. Take to the ground and visit our friends at the historic museum or make your way to Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom, located minutes away.

 

 


 

 

1969 Chevrolet Camaro


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe. This car was restored in its correct Dover White finish and retains its factory 307. This powerplant is a far cry from the original rated 200 horsepower. This engine features induction and exhaust modifications and makes excellent power & torque. The interior has been upgraded with deluxe Houndstooth front to back along with a factory center console & gauge package. The wheels are 17-inch torque-thrust style rims with 245/40R17 radials all around. This Camaro also wears SS badging and Hockey Stripes. This car is an absolute blast to drive and show. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic '69 Camaro. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases a restoration in its factory Dover White color.

 

 

 


 

 

1979 MG Midget Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this well-kept and extremely fun to drive 1979 MG Midget convertible sports car. This car has just had approximately $2000 spent on mechanical and cosmetic upgrades, not counting some extensive restoration work done prior to the current owner's acquisition. The 4 cylinder engine has been previously rebuilt. A sport exhaust system has been installed. The master cylinder was recently rebuilt, door seals replaced along with window cranks, side marker lights, and several other noticeable things have been replaced as needed included instrument lenses. The exterior showcases an exceptional repaint in the original brown color while the interior retains factory components and seating, also in excellent condition. The black vinyl soft top fastens securely into place and is in good condition as well. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic '79 MG Midget convertible. This historic museum is located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to check it out if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is just an attractive car inside and out. The mechanicals and cosmetics are strong.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Ford Mustang convertible. This car has been restored in its striking original Caspian Blue metallic  and is complimented by red interior with white pony/luxury upholstery, a very unique combination. According to the trim plate, this car was Caspian Blue with Red Interior. Power comes from a previously rebuilt 289 4bbl V8, although originally powered by a 200 I-6. The transmission is a stout C4 3-speed automatic. This car is equipped with GT features such as trumpet exhaust tips, valence, and fog lamps. The convertible top is power-operated and in great shape. This car is a pleasure to drive and shows well. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic '65 Mustang convertible. Take to the ground and visit our friends at the historic museum or make your way to Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom, located minutes away.

 

 


 

 

1976 Volkswagen Thing Type 181


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Its your Thing! Do what you wanna do!! This type 181 VW Thing was photographed 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 body showcases a brilliant red color throughout. The wheels of choice are custom polished 15-inch rims with 195/50R15 radials all around. This car has been lowered front to back and it drives out great. The steering feels good and the brakes work. It shifts through the gears as it should and the engine has plenty of pep thanks to the header pipe exhaust.  The classic Thing design feature these removable doors & windows. The windshield also folds down. The hardtop is easily removed on this example. Custom upholstery & seating has been installed front to back. The comfortable front bucket seats are leather. The dash is in good condition with the custom 160mph speedometer and an aftermarket tachometer installed. the speedo works and the tach is currently not working. An Alpine CD / DVD head unit is paired with five 12-inch subwoofers & additional speakers.

 

 

 



 

 

1948 Chevrolet 3800 Series


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This quality done 1948 Chevrolet truck was completed approximately 5 years ago. It features updated wiring & fuses, restored paint, chrome, and mechanicals. The HD tires have recently been replaced as well. This one is a joy to drive and show. Be sure to check out our video of the truck in action. Finished in Forrest Green, this '48 Chevrolet has been lovingly restored to original specifications with a few updates. The wiring system and fuse box have been updated throughout. The paint, chrome, and driveline are in great shape. This is a truck that can be driven and enjoyed. It was restored about 5 years ago and shows well today. Tens of Thousands were invested in the restoration effort.  This heavy-duty 1-ton truck is a pleasure to drive. The suspension is ready for what you throw at it.  Be sure to play our video of this great old truck in action. The flat bed rests atop the heavy-duty dually axle. The attractive 5-Window Cab is in great shape. The glass and seals have been replaced. The fresh air cowl vent is still in place. The Forrest Green paint shows well throughout with only a few flaws. The paint and body are in exceptional condition.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1971 Chevrolet C-10 Deluxe


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Many of our photos of this classic '71 Chevrolet 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 exterior showcases exceptional paint and body throughout. The paint is a custom Cherry metallic base/clearcoat in great shape. There are some minor paint imperfections on a well done truck. The wheels of choice are 22-inch Boss Motorsports fitted with Nitto NT420 Radials all around. The tires are in great shape. Stopping power is courtesy of power front disc brakes. Check out the integrated tool box made into the long bed. Under the hood is the the dyno-tuned 350 cubic inch V8. This powerplant put down over 250 wheel horsepower & 315 ft-lbs of torque on the Mustang Dyno with a sheet to confirm. The engine features upgraded induction and exhaust along with a mild performance cam. The engine compartment has been dressed up with chromed inner fenderwells. The core support and firewall are in great shape. Open the doors to 1971.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1949 Cadillac Series 62


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this stunning 1949 Cadillac Series 62 sedan. This beloved automobile showcases a recent high quality upholstery restoration. The paint condition is very good. It is an older paint job, and shows only some minor flaws. This is simply a remarkable vintage Cadillac. Be sure you play our video, posted just below, to better experience this car. The Series 62 showcased unique bright rock panel molding along with a distinctive grille. Trim variations were the main difference between the upscale 62 Series and the 61 Series. This example displays a beautiful original body.  Cadillac's series 62 touring sedan was a big seller. Cadillac's post-war production was limited to only 8 months in 1948, however the Series 62 four door sedan would account for nearly 24,000 of the model line's 34000 units sold. 1949 would bring the fabulous new overhead valve V8 engine and increased sales across the board. The interior is beautiful. The upholstery was just restored with this tasteful 2-tone broadcloth and felt type upholstery.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1948 Mercury Eight


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The Mercury Eight would be Mercury's Marquee name from 1939 until 1951. This particular 1948 model really captures the period. The engine is correct as is the exterior and interior. The body wears all of the beautiful factory brightwork, much of it re-done and in excellent condition. The paint and body show well throughout. The interior upholstery has been restored as well in beautiful pinstripe broadcloth. The headliner is restored. Turn signals have been added and the whitewall tires were recently installed. This is just a great old car. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' shop just removed the fuel tank, cleaned, flushed and lined the tank, flushed the fuel lines, cleaned the carburetor, and replaced the sending unit. Purchased by the current owner in Jackson City, Texas, he has owned it since 1998 and is reluctantly selling it. Please be sure to play our video and look through our detailed presentation.

 

 


 

 

1982 Jaguar XJ-6 Vanden Plas


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In late 1979, the XJ was facelifted again, and was known as the "Series III."  Using the long-wheelbase version of the car, the XJ6 incorporated a subtle redesign by Pininfarina.  Externally, the most obvious changes over the SII were the thicker and more incorporated rubber bumperswith decorative chrome only on the top edge, flush door handles for increased safety, a one-piece frontdoor glass without a separate 1/4 light, a grille with only vertical vanes, reverse lights moved from theboot plinth to the larger rear light clusters and a revised roofline with narrower door frames and increased glass area. There were three engine variants, including the 5.3 L V12, the 4.2 L straight-six and 3.4 L straight-six.
 The larger six-cylinder, and V12 models incorporated Bosch fuel injection (made under license by Lucas) while the smaller six-cylinder was carbureted. The smaller 3.4 L six-cylinder engine was not offered in the U.S. This 85 Jaguar has the 4.6 L straight 6.

 

 

 


 

 

1989 Lincoln Town Car Signatures Series


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this extremely well-maintained and garage-kept 1989 Lincoln Towncar Signature Series. This car was ordered in unique & attractive Light Crystal Blue Clearcoat Metallic with a Dark Blue Cambria Cloth Carriage Roof. We have nearly $12,000 in receipts for maintenance performed at David McDavid Lincoln Mercury in Plano, Texas. These receipts date from 2007 and 51,745-on. The car now has just over 53,000 miles on it. From the air conditioning system replacement to the extensive suspension overhaul, this car has been cared for. The exterior showcases an excellent corrosion-free original body and beautiful Lincoln-optioned Crystal Blue Clearcoat Metallic paint throughout. The paint is in very good to excellent condition, only a few minor imperfections. This color is a perfect compliment to the optional Dark Blue Cambria Carriage Roof with Lincoln insignias.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Chevy 210


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this professionally restored '55 Chevy. This car has had hundreds of hours invested in its complete restoration. The paint and body are outstanding as are the mechanicals. Approximately 2,000 miles have been logged since the build. Power comes in the form of a built vintage 327 4bbl. V8 producing approximately 375 horsepower. This smallblock mill is paired with a vintage Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. Practically everything on this car was replaced or rebuilt within the last 3 years. Please look closely through our detailed photos and description and be sure to play our video.  This Vintage Shoebox Chevy Street Rod / Hot Rod was photographed at the Dallas Love Field Flight Museum. There is a lot of American steel and horsepower on display here. The way this '55 Chevy is setup, it would make a perfect car for the Hot Rod Power Tour. This car is easy to drive, responsive, and should be reliable for the long haul.  The stance is perfect thanks to dropped spindles, updated disc brakes, and these American Racing Special Edition Wheels fitted with Dunlop 245/50ZR17 high performance rubber all around.

 

 

 


 

 

2002 Camaro SS 35th Anniversary


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To commemorate the Camaro, GM showcased this final limited edition for the 2002 model year. These special Camaro's were limited to 3000 produced for the US market and approximately 250 for Canada, coupes and convertibles total. This example has accrued 21525 miles from new. Always garage kept and dealer maintained, this example is in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically. Built in Canada and shipped directly to Texas for sale, the Camaro has had only 2 reported owners. We have an Auto Check report that scores the car at 81 compared to the average 25-55 scores of most out there. The mileage is a accurate and the car has never had a reported accident. The current owners have not driven the car very much so the mileage remained low. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this limited edition Super Sport Camaro. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 


 

 

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28


 

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Fly High or Fly Low, the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic Z/28 Camaro. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is a Norwood built car, born a Z/28 in Cortez Silver with Black Vinyl Interior. The paint and body are in very good condition. The cowl induction hood features classic Z/28 stripes. This stance is partially thanks to the custom 18-inch wheels & low profile rubber all around. The interior showcases factory bucket seating. The luxury knit vinyl upholstery shows very well front to back. The center console is also in great shape. The 4-speed manual transmission is equipped with a HURST shifter.

 

 

 


 

 

1962 Lincoln Continental


 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1962 Lincoln Continental Convertible. This example features custom red paint, a power black convertible top, and rides on its factory wheels fitted with newer wide whitewall poly-bias tires all around. This car features air conditioning along with the powerful 430 cubic inch over-head valve V8 engine. There were 27,849  four door sedans and only 3,212 convertibles built for Lincoln's 1962 Continental model year. This is a rare car and a pleasure to drive. Be sure and play our video posted above. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for our photoshoot of this classic '62 Continental Convertible. Open the doors to timeless styling. Lincoln's Continental was initially conceived as a personal car for Edsel Ford. Buying one of these cars in 1962 would cost you approximately $6,700, a substantial sum of money in 1962 dollars. These care are fastly appreciating in value every year.

 

 

 


 

 

1947 Jaguar Mark IV


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcases this exquisite 1947 Jaguar Mark IV "pronounced Mark Four" Saloon. This car was purchased in England and transported here to the United States where it received an extensive restoration I the 1990s. We have a portfolio of photo and receipt documentation pertaining to the restoration. There was a total of over $32,850 spent at that time. The car has been garage-kept and remains in beautiful condition cosmetically and has received mechanical up-keep. This is a collector quality car with correct English components used during the restoration efforts down to the English Leather upholstery.  Jaguar's stylish Mark IV was produced for a short model run of 4 years, ending in 1949. This was a launch a pre-war design by SS Car Ltd. in 1936. The company would be re-named Jaguar Cars Ltd. after the war. The Mark IV was available with a 1.5 litre, 2.5 litre, or this, the 3.5 litre powered version. This example is a very desirable right hand drive model with the powerful 3.5 litre engine. There were 4,420 of the 3.5 litre Mark IV's produced in total.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1983 Jeep CJ-7 Laredo


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this solid 1983 Jeep CJ-7 Laredo. This classic 4x4 was updated with a latter 4.0HP Fuel-Injected inline-6 paired with the 4-speed manual transmission. This is a Laredo Jeep, and a Laredo custom graphic kit was installed recently and the paint professionally detailed and polished. The wheels have been fitted with 31x10.50R15LT B.F. Goodrich Radial T/As all around, including the rear-mounted spare. This is a reliable rig, ready to drive daily or on weekends. It also has a custom locking console & locking hood assembly, with key.  The exterior showcases a good solid black finish with Laredo graphics throughout. Open the doors to fun. This CJ-7 is well-maintained both cosmetically and mechanically. The interior showcases restored/replaced upholstery front to back. The Jeep not only has a locking hood, console, and gas cap, but there is a locking steering column as well. The dash features the original speedometer cluster along with a quartz clock, tachometer, and updated Clarion AM/FM CD Stereo. The air conditioning system features low-profile ventilation. The door panels are clean and detailed and the door undersides are solid.

 

 


 

1957 Ford Thunderbird


 

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Except for perhaps a 1959 Cadillac, there's no better representative of the flashy '50s that the 1957 Ford Thunderbird, and if you want to go back to the '50s this is how you do it. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1957 Ford T-Bird.  Except for perhaps a 1959 Cadillac, there's no better representative of the flashy '50s that the 1957 Ford Thunderbird, and if you want to go back to the '50s this is how you do it. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1957 Ford T-Bird.  The car seems to glow all by itself, and you can even notice in our pictures. The color reaches out to its surroundings, giving everything a very rich red. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1990 Buick Reatta

 

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This Buick Reatta is in excellent shape, and has been  very well taken care of. There were low production numbers for this model, this year. Only 2132 convertibles were produced in 1990. The convertible top is still in very good shape and unlike other tops with a plastic window for the rear, this one is glass, and it also had defroster built into it.  The owner upgraded the wheels to a set of Cadillac Seville wheels with Goodyear Viva II tires which gives it a cleaner look with its polished appearance. Owner also has original wheel with a set of Michelin Mx4 tires. The interior seats, door panels, armrests, steering wheel are all in excellent shape. The right horn button is not working however. Blue leather interior with blue trim runs inside. The driver seat is controlled electronically for its adjustments.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1986 Jaguar XJ-6


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This is a 2-owner car. The 2nd owner purchased this car approximately 20,000 miles ago. We hope you enjoy our presentation. Feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. The exterior shows well, but shows paint wear & sun fade upon further inspection. The exterior showcases the solid and straight original body. The paint finish is faded and checking. This is a 20-footer paint job. There are a number of imperfections shown well in the following photographs.  Here is checking and fade that is prevalent throughout the exterior. This is a rough area on the driver's side lower part of the windshield trim, I'd say the most unattractive spot on the car. It is solid here as well, however there is rust coming through in this area.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1988 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL


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The flagship 560SL made its debut in 1986, replacing the 380SL. This is a powerful classic luxury convertible in very good condition. By 1988, the sticker price approached $60,000 for Mercedes-Benz muscular 560SL. This example displays factory base/clearcoat silver metallic paint and blue leather interior. The factory alloy wheels and tires are in good condition. The 5.6 litre V8 engine runs smooth and feels very powerful, paired with the 4-speed automatic transmission. This car is complete with its original books/manuals, hardtop and blue convertible soft top.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior paint and body show very well. The doors, hood, and trunk are correctly aligned. These are well-built cars. The wheel well molding/lip is dented, shown above on this fender. The auxiliary hardtop fastens snugly into position and the paint is excellent. The original headliner is also in great shape. The blue convertible soft top was practically never used and shows very well, easily retracted into its base.

 

 

 

 


 

 

2002 Ford Mustang SALEEN S281


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very unique and hard to find Laser Red 2002 Ford Mustang Saleen S281 S/C Coupe. This is a very well-maintained adult-owned example that has accumulated just over 49,500 miles from new. Always garage kept and dealer maintained, this collector-quality Saleen Mustang is in excellent condition.  The exterior showcases the original paint and Saleen added graphics throughout, in excellent condition.  The front and rear fascia's show well. These are aggressive cars in both style and performance. This is a very tight handling car that is an absolute pleasure to drive. The clutch grips strong and the car has amazing power.  Under the hood is the original Saleen identification plaque (#450) along with the Saleen-modified Supercharged & Intercooled 4.6 Liter 2V engine rated at 365 horsepower & 400 Ft-Lbs. of Torque. This engine features a cold-air-induction system and just performs outstanding. The engine compartment is clean and detailed, what you would expect from the low mileage Saleen.

 

 

 


 

 

1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this rare Final Edition Hunter Green 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. Considered by many to be the best SUV ever built, the Grand Wagoneer enjoys appreciating values and is a joy to own and drive. This example is very well cared for and is in excellent condition. They only built 150 of these in Hunter Green for the final Grand Wagoneer production year of 1991. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer enjoyed an unprecedented run of 29 model years (1963 to 1991) without any body panel changes. Hunter Green would be the most rare and desirable color of these last year models. The last Grand Wagoneer ever produced was completed on June 21st, 1991 and in Hunter Green. This is one of the 150 built in this rare hue. Only 1560 total Grand Wagoneers were produced in 1991. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic Grand Wagoneer. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The Grand Wagoneer (SJ Body) enjoys a cult following with appeal to a wide arrange of buyers. Today these Jeeps also boast increasing values every year. Get one while you can. This particular example is the rarest, a Final Edition finished in the hard to find Hunter Green.

 

 

 


 

 

1994 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this soon to be classic 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. This car showcases its factory-optioned Polo Green Metallic in very good to excellent condition throughout. The options are all functional and this car is a pleasure to drive. The 300 horsepower original LT-1 engine is very responsive. The Nitto tires are also in excellent condition, recently replaced front to back and on the factory 17-inch alloy wheels. This is a car that can be driven daily or on sunny weekend days. This is a garage-kept vehicle that is currently for sale and on display here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.  The paint and body show very well throughout. There were 3,534 Corvettes ordered in Polo Green for '94, including coupes and convertibles. Out of 23,330 Corvettes produced in 1994, only 5,346 were convertibles.

 

 


 

 

2011 BMW M3


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this coveted limited edition 2011 BMW M3 Frozen Gray Coupe. Only 30 of these M3s were produced in this special deep metallic Frozen Gray.This exclusive paint job consists of a special BMW ColorSystem silk matte clearcoat over a Space Gray Metallic base coat. These cars were similarly equipped, this example priced out at $78,900 with additional options. Unique Fox Red & Black bi color Novillo leather was specified in all Frozen Gray M3 Coupes along with the Competition package & M Double-clutch transmission. Special paint care instructions are included along with the original records, manuals, window sticker, and paperwork. This Frozen Gray M3 has accumulated 1,882 adult-driven miles and is in showroom condition. The paint and body show as new along with the interior and undercarriage. This car has only seen beautiful weather and is stored indoors. This M3 is proudly displayed here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.

 

 

 


 

 

2013 BMW M6


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this stunning 2013 BMW M6 Coupe. This special M6 Coupe is in showroom condition, have accumulated just over 800 miles. From the Black Sapphire Metallic paint to the special optioned Black Merino Leather, this 2013 BMW M6 is just stunning. This is your opportunity to purchase this well-optioned Ultimate Driving Machine at a substantial savings from the $122,095 window sticker price. This BMW also displays BMW M Performance Parts including : M Performance Exhaust, Aerodynamic Carbon Fiber Mirrors, Carbon Fiber rear spoiler & lower air diffuser. This is an individual-owned meticulously cared for automobile. We have the original BMW Certification, original paperwork, manuals, and more.  The M6 would make a reappearance after a 2 year absence in 2013. The '13 model is more powerful and refined by far. Economy is also improved. Acceleration is courtesy of a 4.4 liter 32-valve 560 horsepower Twin-turbocharged & intercooled V8 paired with BMW's precise M Double-clutch transmission with launch control. BMW's M Performance Exhaust is "Goosebumps for your ears" according to BMW, we agree.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Chevrolet Nova


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This custom Nova was photographed mostly at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Nova / Chevy II was not born a Super Sport, it has had Super Sport trim added inside and out along with a high performance 350 smallblock V8 & Muncie 4-Speed. We have a 3-inch stack of receipts dating from 2006 to 2009 for the build. We have the original Warranty Booklet with Protect-o-Plate, Owner's Manual, and 1967 Chevrolet Accessory Guide. According to the trim plate, this Nova was originally rare and desirable Nantucket Blue. It has been refinished and restored in a Marina or Nassau blue, base/clearcoat and in very good condition. Again, this is not an original Super Sport car. The paint and body show well throughout. There are some paint touch-ups and a few scratches if you look closely. The front and rear bumpers are in good condition. This little Chevy II has a killer stance and makes plenty of power. Under the hood is the high performance built 350 4bbl. V8. This non-original powerplant features an aftermarket 282 Crane performance cam along with an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake & Holley 4bbl.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this beautifully restored classic 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This is a rare factory-optioned "S" code 390 equipped Mustang complete with options. This car was stripped to bare metal and restored in Raven Black with a blackout hood, spoilers, and rear slats. The wheels of choice are Magnum 500s fitted with B.F. Goodrich radial T/A tires all around. This Mustang was restored with attention to detail and is complete with a photo album of the restoration efforts and a framed deluxe Marti Report documenting the original options and production numbers. This Mustang was produced on May 22nd, 1969, at San Jose, California, fourteen days ahead of schedule and delivered to Al Eames Ford in Anitioch, California. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of America's favorite Pony car were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight's parking lot. The Flight Museum is located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.

 

 

 


 

 

1954 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this show quality 1954 Chevrolet 3100 Series 1/2 shortbed pickup truck. This truck is powered by its torque-rich rebuilt 235 cubic inch inline-6 paired with the 3-speed column-shift manual transmission. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' classic service facility just installed a new low profile air conditioning setup along with a low-profile custom audiosound AM/FM stereo. The paint and body show well as does the interior, restored throughout. This beautiful 1954 Chevrolet 3100 Series Thriftmaster Pickup Truck was photographed primarily at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum along with our location. Be sure and visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.  The chrome was removed and re-chromed throughout. The brightwork shows very well throughout this truck.  The glass and seals have been replaced. The paint is in very good condition throughout. This is an all-steel truck, including the cab, fenders, hood, and running boards.  Open the doors to 1954 and today. This interior features updated two-tone vinyl bench seating along with the factory dash- restored along with restored factory gauges

 

 

 


1972 Ford Bronco


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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. If your looking for some road options for camping, hunting, going to the beach or running around town, this Bronco would definitely make you smile while driving to do any of those things. The tires are BF Goodrich All Terrain, which are perfect for part time visits to off road excursions.The red paint with white accents, is in good condition. The inside has matching colors that highlight the interior and give a sport feel. The owner does not have a top for the Bronco. What you see is what you get. If you are a true Bronco enthusiast, who needs a top! 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. This car has been built to drive. It has several distinct features suck as the fiberglass hood, side exiting exhaust and the custom black & yellow paint scheme reflecting Carol Shelby's famous '66 Terlingua Racer. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our shots of this race-inspired '66 Mustang 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 car is a pleasure to drive. The styling is inspired by Carol Shelby's famed 1966 Mustang Terlingua racer. The paint & body are in very good condition. This is a very nice Mustang. Under the hood is the strong running roller cam equipped 289 cubic inch V8 with upgraded induction and exhaust. This responsive engine is paired with a C4 3-speed automatic transmission. This metal label is affixed to the fender, referred to as the buck tag, a factory feature usually lost over the years in these classic Mustangs.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod Roadster


 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic all-steel hot rod Model A Roadster. This '29 model showcases custom paint, interior, and a powerful 327 Vette engine. With a Mustang II front end with disc brakes, a 9-inch Ford rear end, and air conditioning, this street rod can be driven and enjoyed. The body is all steel, including the running boards and fenders.  The color of choice is a '66 Chrysler Chestnut brown with flake. This is a base/clear coat finish that shows well throughout, displaying some true hot rodders "classic" pinstriping. The cloth soft top and upholstery was recently done by Rod & Customs out of Kansas. We also have snap in side windows when you desire to run the air conditioning. The engine is a Corvette 327 4bbl. V8 (casting 3858174) paired with a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. This powerplant runs out strong. Induction duties are courtesy of a 4bbl. carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through chromed block-hugger headers and a muffler dual exhaust system. The ignition system has also been amplified with a HEI distributor. The hood assembly is easily removed when desired, only a top, no side panels. Look closely and you'll find lady silouettes throughout the pinstriping.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am


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This Trans Am showcases an extensive restoration completed in 2014. Much of work performed by done by Texas Trans Ams with verifying receipts. The 400 cubic inch engine was rebuilt (less than 400 miles) along with the transmission and rear end. We have receipts for the work performed. The engine features forged pistons and a performance cam along with custom headers & dual exhaust. The transmission was built with a stage 1 shift kit & the rear end was fitted with 3.55 gearing. The paint is quality base/clearcoat in the correct & one-year-only Martinique Blue with the hood decal, just as the car came. We also have the PHS documents confirming the original options. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this beautifully restored Trans Am were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases a professional refinish of the correct Martinique Blue with blue graphics.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1984 Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to offer this classic flagship Mercedes-Benz, the 1984 500SEL Sedan. We have a portfolio of maintenance records dating back to 1986 to current along with the window sticker & Mercedes Benz' 1984 book detailing the various models and options. This luxurious car is showing just over 220,000 miles and is still a pleasure to drive. These cars are quite reliable and this one is no different thanks to meticulous care & service over the years. A well cared for example, this car was sold new in San Jose, California for just over $52,000 in 1984 dollars. We have receipts for thousands spent in maintenance through the years. The most recent work performed includes brake service & replacement and new Michelin tires installed 4,000 miles ago with verifying receipts. The transmission was also serviced at that time. The engine has been checked and given a mild tune up with new spark plugs and the throttle body serviced, all work performed in late 2013-14. The photographs were largely taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum should you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet Custom Deluxe Highlander


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1972 Chevrolet Custom/Deluxe pickup truck. This truck is unique in the fact it is dry climate solid throughout & carries the special promotional code for the Highlander trim option. The exterior has been restored and finished in metallic green base/clearcoat. This truck was factory-ordered medium green. The interior displays the special Scottish plaid Highlander seating while the original steel wheels have been replaced with polished 17-inch American Racing torque thrust wheels. The factory-equipped 307 cube V8 starts and runs smooth, paired with the TH350 3-Speed automatic transmission.  The Dallas Love Field is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. The wheels of choice are these polished American Racing 17-inch Torque Thrusts fitted with Fuzion Radials sized at 265/65R17 all around. Open the doors to 1972 and Chevrolet's one-year-only Highlander interior option.

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Chevrolet Custom Deluxe Truck


 

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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic Chevrolet truck. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The chromed front bumper shows very well as does the Rosedale red finish. There are only some minor paint flaws, notably some cracking on the front edge of the hood you have to look for. The exterior displays what is believed to be the all original Rosedale Red solid color throughout. The body is just excellent. This truck was seldom used. Under the hood is the factory optioned 350 cubic inch 4bbl. V8, rated at 165 hosepower. This powerplant is original with recent maintenance done including the Rochester carburetor rebuilt and water pump replaced. Here's a fun fact, 1976 would be last year for Chevrolet Orange engines. Further inspection of this engine compartment will reveal the factory jack mounted in its correct location along with factory components throughout, including the breather. Factory decals are intact throughout as is the amazing original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. Open the doors to 1976, this truck is a virtual time capsule. The interior is all original.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 GMC Shortbed 1/2 Ton


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This long time Texas truck has been owned by the current owner for over 33 years. It is a good solid truck, powered by a stout iron block 250 cubic inch inline-6 paired with the 3-speed column shifted manual transmission. The truck has been repainted in white and has a few interior updates. This is a good old cruiser, riding on its factory 16-inch steel wheels and radial tires all around. This truck really has the look of yesterday and is fun to drive.  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. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas showroom is located only a few miles away from the museum. The exterior showcases an older repaint on the all original body. The paint and body are in good condition, showing some minor flaws. The interior features cloth & vinyl bucket seating along with older updated gauges. The gauges are functional. An AM/FM cassette stereo was also installed. The 3-speed column-shifted manual transmission goes through the gears as it should and is paired with the stout 250 cubic inch inline-6 cylinder engine.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Pontiac GTO


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the appropriate location for this classic GTO's photoshoot. Be sure to tour this historic museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful Tyrol Blue Metallic 1967 Pontiac GTO. This car showcases a restoration in its correct paint color. It just had its 400 cubic inch 4bbl. V8 rebuilt and a host of other work performed in 2014 with receipts totaling over $6,400 performed by LoneStar performance in Addison, Texas.  The Tyrol blue base/clearcoat paint shows very well. The body is straight and in good condition. There is some notable body filler, primarily on the rear quarter panels under closer inspection. Although the styling was essentially a carry-over from the '66 model year, there were differences. The plastic grille inserts were replaced with a chromed wire mesh design.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom modified 1969 Chevy Camaro. This car features a GM Performance Parts aluminum-head ZZ502 cubic inch V8 paired with an Auto Gear Muncie M-22 Rockcrusher 4-speed manual transmission. The rear end is a stout 12-bolt posi-trac. The exterior showcases custom red base/clearcoat paint with black Z/28 stripes and the full spoiler package. The wheels are 15x7 Rallys fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radials all around. This car has been fitted with Vintage Brand custom air conditioning along with a power front disc brake and power steering conversion. The interior consists of factory style components throughout including the red vinyl headrest bucket seating, Super Sport console gauges, a 6K redline OEM type tachometer, and HURST shifter. We have a notebook full of receipts. Many tens of thousands have been invested in this Camaro. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang


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This car underwent an extensive rotisserie restoration. This Mustang was disassembled down to the bare body. The drivetrain was rebuilt. The suspension has been rebuilt and the interior restored to original. Few miles have been logged since this restoration was completed. We have several photos of the restoration in progress. The paint was refinished in the correct shade of Springtime Yellow. The bumpers were rechromed and the factory wheels were refinished and fitted with Michelin Whitewall radial tires all around. The finish and body are exceptional. The 14-inch wheels also feature spinner wire hubcaps all around. The black convertible top has been replaced, the top frame assembly restored and cylinders replaced. The power top functions correctly and is in excellent condition.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Bronco


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1st generation Ford Bronco. This 1966 beauty has been finished in light blue metallic paint with white painted bumpers and a white auxiliary hardtop assembly. It has been fitted with 18-inch custom wheels & 265/70R18 Rocky Mountain ATS tires. This rig is a blast to drive and is powered by a stout 302 cubic inch smallblock V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The 4-wheel-drive system is functional with Hi & Lo. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for our photo shoot of this attractive '66 Ford Bronco. Be sure you visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. We are located only minutes from the Flight Museum. The paint and body show very well throughout this Bronco. The painted bumpers help this Bronco retain the vintage look along with the matching fender flares. The windshield wipers have been updated. This interior is very well done, featuring custom white upholstered factory bucket seating and matching door panels. The door hinges are chromed.

 

 


 

 

1957 Chevrolet BelAir 4 Door Hardtop


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We hope you enjoy our high definition video of this Bel Air. This special car was built in Tarrytown, New York and would find a home in St. James, New York in 1957 through 2011, when the car made its way here to Texas. This car showcases a restoration in its factory colors of Onyx Black & White and is propelled by its factory 235 cubic inch inline-6 & powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission. The interior has been restored with new correct upholstery throughout.  Many of our photos of this perennial American favorite were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior presents an exceptionally straight and solid body throughout, repainted in its factory color combination. The chromed bumpers show well front to back. The front and rear emblems have been replaced and are in excellent condition. The interior upholstery has been restored to original front to back. The seat upholstery is clean and detailed as are the door panels, all replaced with original style components. The carpeting has also been replaced as were the kick panels and package tray. The dash displays the original gauges. The original Motorola Transistor AM radio is still in place too and will turn on.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Volkswagen Beetle


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this outstanding classic 1967 Volkswagen Beetle. This car was originally sold on May 25th, 1967 here in Texas at Morris Volkswagen in Arlington, a suburb of Dallas. This car has retained its correct colors and restored as needed over the years. This is a superb example of arguably the best year Volkswagen Beetle. The color is the correct Savannah Beige. We hope you enjoy our presentation. This is a car that can be driven to a car show and win. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic Beetle. Be sure to check out the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. We have the original owner's manual for this Beetle. The exterior displays the correct Savannah Beige paint in great condition. The body is excellent. The roof rack looks great on this classic VW Beetle. The stance is perfect on this Volkswagen. The car has recent suspension work done with receipts to verify. It drives and handles great.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1957 Chevrolet BelAir


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"This 1957 BelAir, VIN VC57S259650, was born during the third week of June, 1957 at the Chevrolet assembly plant, St. Louis, Missouri. It was originally purchased on July 5th, 1957 by Jack Dill of Newport, Arkansas, for the sum of $2,250. The vehicle's title was issed by the state of Arkansas on July 22nd, 1957. The Dill family utilized and maintained the vehicle for the better part of 17 years. During the early part of the 1970s, the Dills were unable to continue utilization of the vehicle and the Bel Air remained in the garage for the next 15 years. During the summer of 1989, the estate for the family sold the car to a dealer, Orville Wagner, of Mena, Arkansas. Mr. Wagner aired-up the tires, placed a battery in the car, and put gas in to the tank and the Turbo Fire 283 V-8 engine cranked and started after 15 years of rest. Mr. Wagner drove the Sport Coupe from Newport to Mena, where he held the car for a month, occasionally driving it to keep the battery charged. On August 3rd, 1989, Jay LaGregs of Tyler, Texas, learned of the availability of the '57 from a student in his class at Tyler Junior College. Contact was made with Mr. Wagner and on August 5th, a trip was made to Mena to view and drive the vehicle. A purchase agreement was signed on the day with Mr. LaGregs agreeing to purchase the Sport Coupe.  The car was driven from Mena, Arkansas, to Tyler, Texas, with a brief stop at the Jack Philbrick homestead in Sulphur Bluff, Texas. 

 

 

 

 



 

 

2004 Chevrolet Corvette


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this spectacular Corvette 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.  We have a bound album of this Corvette during its construction process. Classic Reflections Coachworks is considered to be the best in the business. They used their extensive aerospace engineering background to transform the 2004 Corvette C5 into a 1962 Corvette C2. This car was brought to CRC in pristine condition prior to their extensive transformation. The are just under 30,000 original miles on this car, according to the odometer and mileage reports. The stance on this car is simply perfect. This is a car that can be driven anywhere with confidence and style. The chromed bumpers are hand formed and very attractive. The front end assembly features special twin air induction for the LS-1. It tilts forward. You can feel the lightweight of the composite body. The paint is in excellent condition throughout this Corvette. Open the doors to luxury and high performance. The interior is finished in eye-popping torch red.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1955 Oldsmobile Super 88 Convertible

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Two-Tone paint would return in 1955 along with a re-designed body for the Eighty-Eight series. The exterior appears just as it would in 1955. The paint was restored with PPG base/clearcoat in the factory color combination of Turquoise & Polar White. The 15-inch factory wheels/hubcaps are fitted with Broadway H78-15 Wide Whitewall Poly-Bias tires all around. The front end has been rebuilt & aligned. This car is a pleasure to drive. It has power steering and power-assist brakes. Much of the exterior brightwork has been re-plated and or polished to a high luster. The front end was re-styled for 1955, the Oldsmobile letter now in the grille assembly. Open the doors to 1955. The interior is in simply beautiful condition throughout. Under the hood is the Super 88's 324 cubic inch 4bbl. "Rocket" V8. The engine compartment is detailed to show, appearing original but with some updates. The factory oil bath HD air cleaner has been converted to a dry element filter. Also the oil filter has been replaced with a screw-on replacement type. The generator charging system has been rebuilt with an Optima battery & new battery tie-down installed. Engine gaskets have been gone through and paint detailed as needed. The carburetor has been rebuilt. The distributor was rebuilt. This is all recent work.

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427


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Fly Low or Fly High, Chevrolet's Corvette is America's Sports Car. This big block powered 427 rag top 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. The exterior showcases a beautiful Safari yellow finish throughout. The doors, convertible top lid, and the hood open and close correctly. Under the hood is the original #'s matching rebuilt 427 cubic inch V8, factory rated at 390 horsepower. The original casting number and block pad stampings are clear and legible. Further inspection of the engine compartment will reveal correct components throughout along with a clean and detailed core support, inner fender wells and firewall. the inner fender lips are straight and smooth throughout this Vette.

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Pontiac Laurentian Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful classic 1955 Pontiac Laurentian Convertible. A very rare Canadian produced example, this convertible is in exceptional condition. This is a long-time one-family owned vehicle. A host of mechanical work has recently been performed here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas (November 2014)including the gas tank removed and refinished, the carburetor rebuilt, the braking system gone through and rebuilt along with a tune-up. We have receipts totaling approximately $2,000. This Pontiac is motivated by its factory Pontiac 261 cubic inch inline-6 cylinder engine & powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission. With a correct Matador red & white  exterior paired with red & white vinyl interior, this is a true crowd pleasure. We do not know how many of these Canadian produced examples remain, but it is very few. We do know that only 656 Canadian produced 1955 convertible Laurentians were built.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. The museum is located only a few miles from our showroom. Be sure to visit the historic museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Pontiac is a car that can be driven & shown. This car has won several awards over the years. The following photos show the car in the early-mid 1980s during restoration work.

 

 

 


 

 

1994 Mercedes Benz E320 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class convertible. This E320 is a pleasure to drive and is in exceptional condition. The interior is very clean. The paint has an excellent shine while the drivetrain is silky smooth. Always a Texas car, this Mercedes is complete with its original owner's manuals.  This is a well maintained Mercedes-Benz. You can see some scuffing on the front bumping in the photo above. The exterior finish shows well throughout. The paint has been professionally polished and is in good condition. The wheels of choice are the factory 15-inch alloys fitted with 195/65R15 radials all around. The power convertible top works both up and down. We have the windscreen as well. The convertible top is clean and in very good condition. The interior is very clean and detailed. The leather upholstery is very comfortable and free of major wear as is the carpeting. The dash and instruments are in very good condition as are the woodgrain accents. The climate control and stereo is functional as are the gauges.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang 2 + 2 Fastback


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback. This car underwent an extensive restoration completed approximately 5 years ago with few miles logged. The body was brought down to bare metal and any rust repaired & panels replaced as needed. The paint is Suburst Orange. The interior was stripped and restored/replaced with original type interior. The rubber seals were replaced throughout. The 289 engine is date correct and rebuilt. A T-5 5-speed manual transmission has been installed. The braking system was updated with a power front disc brake conversion kit. The suspension was removed, upgraded and restored throughout. The wheels were updated with these polished 15x7 REV rims. So much has been done to this Mustang, it is a proven show car as well. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is our favorite place to photograph our cars. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The paint and body are in excellent condition. This car was restored right and it shows. The Sunburst Orange paint is in beautiful condition. The doors, hood, and trunk lid align correctly and the body panels show straight.  The interior has been completely restored. The dash was disassembled, prepped and painted the striking Sunburst Orange to match the exterior. The carpeting and upholstery have been replaced along with the headliner, door panels, fold-down rear seat, kick panels, windshield, Grant GT steering wheel, weatherstripping, and much more.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Shelby 427 AC Cobra Tribute Roadster


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present another classic, this tribute AC Cobra. This car showcases a quality Classic Roadster Body & Frame, built with their 427 car kit. Power is provided by a built 351W V8 making around 400 horsepower, shifted via a T-5 5-speed manual transmission. One thing unique to this car is the Classic Roadster 427 build kit features an extended foot box for taller drivers. Weighing around 2,200 pounds, this drivetrain more than motivates this Cobra Roadster. All of this power is transmitted to a beefy Ford 9-inch rear end with a Detroit Locker. The battery was relocated to the truck for an almost 50/50 weight distribution.This car was built street or race ready with lowered suspension, a non-cosmetic roll bar, a 5-point race harness & extinguisher. You just need gloves and helmet and you're ready for track day. It rides on pin drive wheels wrapped in GoodYear race tires. The tires could use replacement in the near future. The car also is equipped with an electric fan & alarm system. Although originally completed in 1994, less than 2,700 miles have been logged thus far on this great Roadster. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1953 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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Dottie is a 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Series Pickup Truck. This is no ordinary truck, Dottie was stored garaged and undisturbed in Pearland, Texas starting around 1974 until late 2013. Once she was pulled out of the garage, her basic needs were tended to once again. The gas tank was removed and flushed. The engine valve cover & side gaskets were replaced along with the oil pan gasket. The battery was replaced. Seat belts were installed. Door weatherstripping was replaced. The headliner was replaced along with the rubber floor mat. The speedometer cluster was removed and tended to along with the other original gauge cluster. Four new LT215/85/16 radial tires were installed all around. The radiator cap was replaced. The water pump was removed and rebuilt. Exhaust flange gaskets were replaced and a broken stud replaced in the exhaust manifold. A new choke cable has been installed. The window felt channels have been replaced. The door glass functions smooth for both driver and passenger. A broken vent hinge on the driver's door was repaired. A new grommet was installed at the starter. The dome light assembly was repaired (see video) along with the windshield wipers and distributor ( new vacuum advance installed). The horn and headlamps were made functional along with brake lighting. Of course, the braking system needed attending to.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

1979 Mercedes 450SLC

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This great 450SLC had some partial restorationin the past few years. One of the items on the list was the custom white pearl paint job. Another item replaced was the deluxe custom chrome trim. You will find a higher amount of chrome accents on this model. From the front grill , to the wire wheels, side louvers, and trim on the inner door jams. The aftermarket wire wheels were added at the time of the partial restoration. Overall, this is a very nice 450 SLC. It drives well and runs strong. One of the items replaced in the partial restoration of this car are the louvered side windows that were about $1000. each. Also replaced were all new moldings and liners in the doors and windows.

 

 

 



 

 

1968 Chrysler Imperial Crown Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful classic Chrysler Imperial Crown Coupe. A great car in itself, this 1968 Imperial Crown Coupe is much different from the rest. This car was ordered with the Mobile Director package, a feature offered only on 1967 and 68 model year Imperials. The Mobile Director basically served as an informal conference lounge in the Crown Coupe. This example is believed to have been part of a military dignitaries' fleet at some time, due to the custom - fitted, well - fabricated flag stands at all four corners. From stem to stern, this stately automobile measures at 18 feet, 8.5 inches. It rides on its factory 15-inch wheels wrapped in 3-band-whitewall poly-bias tires all around for a vintage look. The tires are in very good condition. This is a car that can be driven. It steers, stops and handles very nicely. The exterior is finished in its correct Military Blue metallic paint, showcasing one previous re-paint. The chrome and bright work show very well, with some minor pitting on pot metal I will detail in the photographs. Most of this car's smaller trim is high quality stainless steel. The paint itself shows very well, with a few minor imperfections.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet Nova


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Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this professionally restored 1972 Chevrolet Nova. This car features quality base/clearcoat paint in the correct Antique White along with a very strong rebuilt drivetrain consisting of a powerful 350 cubic inch smallblock V8 with upgraded induction, exhaust and a mild cam. The Muncie 4-Speed HURST shifted manual transmission is paired with a stout GM 12-bolt with 3.73 gearing and posi-traction. The suspension has been fully rebuilt. The undercarriage is in excellent condition. This is a car that can be driven and shown with great success. The engine compartment is detailed to show, with authentic parts throughout. The exterior has been restored in Antique White and displays excellent brightwork, paint and sheetmetal. The interior features factory bench seating, restored in red vinyl & cloth. Open the doors to 1972. The car has been restored with great attention to detail. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic Chevy Nova 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 interior is in excellent condition, the bench seating displaying cloth & vinyl. The dash is clean and detailed, complete with working factory instrumentation and an upgraded custom audio AM/FM bowtie logo stereo. We have several pieces of original GM documentation.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1928 Packard Custom Eight Series 443 Sedan


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing motorcar, the 1928 Packard 4 Series Custom Eight Sedan. This car displays a masterful restoration completed by Old Iron Works in Montgomery, Texas in May of 2014. Old Iron Works restores these great vehicles to the highest quality and standard. They showcase their vehicles at Concours d'Elegance shows throughout the United States. Less than 100 miles have been logged since the restoration of this spectacular Texas sold example of a Packard motorcar. According to the long time current owner, this car was sold to a Victoria, Texas doctor in early 1929. This car was showcased at the Packard Ft. Worth company, a Texas Packard dealership originally opened in 1925, out of business at this location by 1929. The old dealership building is photographed below along with the identification plate for this car. The car spent some time in a Houston, Texas showroom in original condition and was purchased approximately 25 years ago by the current owner who decided to commission the deserving restoration efforts executed throughout this fine Packard.  1928 would be a banner year for Packard. The model 443 would be offered in 19 different body styles while the Custom Eight segment offered 9 distinctive body types, all built on the 143-inch wheelbase chassis. This car is finished in striking Maroon & Black. You could order a Packard in a number of standard color combinations, while the Packard Eight cars could be had in any combination of colors, stripings, and trim to meet individual tastes. The engine is a work of art.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1956 Mercedes-Benz SL 190


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Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this stunning 1956 Mercedes-Benz 190SL Convertible. This car is a long-time Dallas, Texas owned vehicle which the previous owner acquired in 1974. We have receipts and documentation dating back 42 years along with the original owner's manual and a few documents in German. This car has had a host of restoration work performed over the years. Most recent, in 2013 the car was gone through mechanically with over $18,000 spent to bring the car to road-worthy condition after a 15+ year storage. The braking system was gone through front to back. The carburetor was rebuilt and the engine tuned up. The front end was attended to with tie rods replaced, a fresh alignment and more. The car drives beautifully. The body was professionally refinished in the cars correct Fire Engine red paint during the mid 1990s. We have receipts for this as well. The body panels align correctly and the car shows very well. We have receipts for all of the brightwork receiving fresh chrome plating during the 90s, showing excellent today. The paint and body are still in excellent condition. This car has been kept stored indoors, last driven regularly in the mid 1990s. We went through this car and have enjoyed cruising in it. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence. Inspections are welcomed and encouraged.  Be sure to play our video/sound presentation posted below along with looking through the detailed photos.

 

 


 

 

1965 Buick Special Convertible


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Out of over 600,000 Buicks produced in 1965, there were only 3,365 Buick Special convertibles. The Special was Buick's low level intermediate car from 1964 until 1969. This example was originally purchased by a doctor from Ft. Wayne, Indiana. It is currently displayed here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. The exterior showcases a repaint of its correct Flame Red paint while the interior has also been restored, again in red. This is an affordable collector classic that you can drive and enjoy. Recent maintenance performed includes the brakes replaced and battery replaced. The rear shocks and springs were also replaced along with the swaybar.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.  The wheels of choice are the original 14-inch Buick rims fitted with nice 205/75R14 Whitewall Radial tires all around. We also have a matching spare wheel/tire. The body shows exceptionally well and the paint is in very good condition. All of the distinctive brightwork is intact and in great shape, including the bumper chrome. The power operated black convertible top was replaced about 2 years ago and is in great shape. We also have the convertible top boot to match.

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford Mustang GT


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Fly High or Fly Low in America's pony car, many of our photos of this classic Mustang convertible were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is a very unique Mustang with several options. This car is believed to be a factory GT, it shows all of the attributes along with the "A" code 4bbl, V8, the dominantly GT ordered powerplant.

The exterior presents a nice base/clearcoat blue metallic finish. The paint has some flaws and chip touch-ups. There is a scrape and ding on the driver's side rocker panel, just below the door. Altogether, the car shows well and could use some improvement in a few areas. The fog lamps and headlights are functional. The exhaust system showcases the correct trumpet exhaust tips out of the rear valance pan. The interior showcases the optional Pony luxury interior in good condition throughout.

 

 

 


 

 

1947 MG TC Midget


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We are proud to present this beautiful 1947 MG TC Midget Roadster. This car showcases a nut & bolt restoration after a lengthy storage. This extensive restoration has just over 70 miles logged,.and 1211 hours of labor logged by the owner. He kept track of every minute he spent on the restoration. From 1946 until 1950, only 10,000 were produced. This was considered very successful for the little post-war Roadster. Only a fraction of these were imported to the United States. It is unknown how many remain today. This example is in pristine condition, one of Moss Motors Limited' finest.  The picnic basket is very rare,  vintage, English, complete and the perfect compliment to the open air roadster MG TC. Just after the war, many people started importing these cars into the US, sparking a new era in open air motoring and better times. These are extremely rare items, made in England. These came from the long time owner along with the MG.  We have photos detailing the restoration work. Here are a few photos of the work in progress. The chrome is just breathtaking. Many thousands have been spent on the chrome work alone.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1951 Ford F-5 Boom Truck


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Big trucks like this 1951 Ford F5 remind us today that life was very different  in the 1950's. Most of the heavy lifting around town was handled by trucks very much like this one, designed to carry immense loads at modest speeds. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present this 1951 Ford Custom F-5 Boom Truck. The Ford F series was excellent to transport heavy loads, and the fact that they still remain "handsome" does not hurt. Today they are still the fastest growing cars and trucks for collectors or car lovers. The current owner purchased the truck three years ago and had it restored to use for trade shows for his company. It ended up being used only once and the owner then just parked it in his warehouse for a little over a year. He brought it to us to refresh and sell. We installed a mechanical fuel pump, new 8 volt battery for more starting ease, new plugs, and also a new master cylinder.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Chevy Impala


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This awesome Impala was originally assembled in Arlington Tx. It's the result of a 3 year ground up restoration. We are very happy to have this car in our inventory. Our Impala came from the factory in Arlington, TX as a true SS, but a 6 cylinder car. You could actually get the SS package on a 6 cyl. in 64. There is a fully electric convertible top, that has been redone and looks incredible whether its up or down when driving around town. Absolutely beautiful chrome and aluminum trim work everywhere. The color tones all complement each other and nothing is out of place, even though creativity is in abundance throughout this build. Black and Silver paint with a custom green pin stripe, works highlighting this one of a kind paint job. The unique exhaust creates a sound that rumbles and lets others know how special a machine this is. New Painless wiring system with Dakota Digital Dash.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1947 Chevrolet Pick Up


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This antique '47 Chevrolet truck was initially updated & restored in 1984. A Chevrolet 350 4bbl. V8 & 3-speed automatic transmission was installed along with updated power brakes, power steering, and a tilt steering column. The interior was updated with vinyl/cloth upholstery and a neat overhead compartment with an AM/FM cassette stereo & clock. The body is straight and the silver base/clearcoat paint needs some work in areas. The chrome shows well throughout. This is a truck that can be driven on todays roads in comfort.  Chevrolet's Advanced Design series pickup trucks made their debut in 1947, the first post war production year. GM would be the first to debut their post-war light-duty truck design. These trucks were extensively re-designed and the cabs were configured for more room, comfort and vision. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The new cab for '47 would be eight inches wider & seven inches longer than the previous generation GM trucks.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero Deluxe


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This classic '65 Falcon-Ranchero is powered by an updated 302 cubic inch V8 while retaining its original body and correct interior. Originally ordered in Dallas, Texas, this car retains its correct color combination of Wimbleton White with blue vinyl interior. The paint and interior are in exceptional condition while the later 302 performance V8 runs very strong. This is a great car-truck to cruise show and enjoy. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location of our photshoot of this Falcon-Ranchero. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The museum is located only minutes from our showroom. The current owner purchased the Ranchero in 2011. Since then he had the engine and transmission rebuilt and there is less than 1000 miles on both since then. Close inspection of the exterior will reveal exceptional body condition throughout. The paint has an excellent shine and curb appeal. The brightwork is in good condition as well.  The exhaust turns out just in front of the rear wheels and sounds excellent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Ford Bronco 4-Wheel Custom


 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dalas is proud to present this classic '69 Bronco 4x4. Tastefully customized and an absolute blast to drive, this Rig is ready to drive, show & enjoy. It was built to climb but the owner deemed it too nice for hard use. The paint shows well and the mechanicals are strong.  The exterior is restored in classic Ford Grabber Blue with fender flares. The paint and body are in exceptional condition. There are only a few minor paint imperfections, notably a small paint crack on the passenger side and a couple of paint stress cracks on the hood. This is a polished and finished out base/clearcoat job that shows very well. The body is straight throughout.  We have a bikini soft top fastened in place. The doors are fully dressed and complete with glass. The bumpers are heavy duty rock crawler ready front to back. These were specially ordered bumpers. Many of the parts for this Bronco were ordered from Wild Horses. The rear bumper is complete with a custom mount for the spare tire/wheel. The wheels and tires of choice are these custom 15-inch alloys fitted with 33x15.50x15LT Super Swamper tires all around. The 6-inch lift consists of 4-inch springs with 2-inch blocks in the rear & custom shocks.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer 4 x 4


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this official classic. Now 25 years old, this '88 Grand Wagoneer is an appreciating collectible. This is a very clean example that is a pleasure to drive. It is in very good condition inside and out. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic Grand Wagoneer. Chrysler would produce the Wagoneer beginning in late '87 and running through the final production year of 1991. These are the most well-equipped examples and the best road-going machines. This example is no different.  The exterior presents the classic faux wood paneling throughout. The paint is in very good condition as well, with some minor imperfection on close inspection. The rear window is power operated to raise and lower, a standard feature with the Grand Wagoneer. Open the doors to 1988. This interior features all original components, down to the original AM/FM cassette stereo. A leather-wrapped steering wheel and tilt steering column were standard. The Grand Wagoneer was a well equipped offering indeed.

 

 

 


 

 

1974 Datsun 260Z


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic 1974 Datsun 240Z were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. The exterior presents a custom blue & silver base/clear coat paint job in good condition throughout. This is a custom finish that really sparkles and shines in the light. If you are a Dallas Cowboy fan, this would be the car for you !  The wheels of choice are later ZX alloy wheels fitted with nice radial tires all around. Additional modifications include the rear louvers & rear spoiler. Under the hood is the 2.6 liter inline-6 cylinder engine. This is a strong running powerplant, fitted with a Clifford research aluminum intake manifold & 4bbl. carburetor. The original sheetmetal is intact throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. The engine features an updated A/C compressor. This car has the OEM style dealer-installed air conditioning. The interior fan is NOT working.  The interior features stock black vinyl upholstery throughout, in good condition. 

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 350


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The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos, a fitting display of American air power & American road power. Be sure and visit the historic museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is truly a striking car, in person, in video and in photos. Be sure you play our video of this Camaro in action. The exterior showcases a professional restoration in the correct Garnet Red color. The paint and body are in excellent condition throughout this car, with a few minor chip touch-ups. Again, this Camaro retains its original GM body panels throughout. This is a dry climate Camaro and it shows.  Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm the original trim identification plate in place. This is a true X-11 Norwood built Camaro. The original sheetmetal is in excellent condition throughout this car, including the firewall, inner fenders, and core support.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray


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This '69 Corvette has a few unique features, one of which is '68 doors installed on either sider. The car is otherwise correct body-wise and is intact, including the wiper door assembly - not working. The tan convertible top has been replaced and is in very good condition throughout. The hood latch cable assembly needs work/replacement. The hood is held down with hood pins currently. The wheels of choice are the factory 15-inch Rallys, fitted with raised white letter B.F. Goodrich tires all around. Chevrolet beauty rings & center caps are in place. The engine and transmission are in good condition. The engine was replaced with this later 350 cubic inch street-friendly V8 with upgraded induction & exhaust. The side exhaust system sounds excellent. Be sure to check out or video of this Corvette in action. The interior features the stock gauges, center console and bucket seating. The gauges are functional with exception of the clock. An AM/FM CD Stereo has been installed along with aftermarket speakers in the rear. The rear storage compartments have cracked frames and are in need of replacement, inexpensive through many Corvette parts distributors (Ecklers, Corvette America, etc.).

 

 

 


 

 

1979 Pontac Trans Am


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Mast Motorsports is responsible for the stout 454 cubic inch monster mouse all-aluminum smallbock LSX engine. This powerplant was dyno-tuned to 625 horsepower & 605 ft-lbs of torque. The engine has less than 2,000 miles logged. The transmission of choice is a built Tremec TKO-600 5-speed manual. Stopping duties are handled via power 4-wheel-disc brakes.  Rolling stock of choice are the FOOSE Nitrous 18x8 wheels fitted with 245/40ZR18 radials. The rear tires are lacking in the tread department. This is a real Hoss to drive and is very sound mechanically. The engine compartment proudly displays the LS-series LSX V8 built by Mast Motorsports, complete with a functional Shaker hood scoop. The computer is an M-90, setup to control the factory gauges. The owner had a laptop connector added to make it easy to adjust settings. The exhaust system consists of custom LS-headers paired with true duals and the correct Trans Am turn-down exhaust tips. The original firewall, inner fenders, and core support are in excellent condition structurally. Also, the original trim identification plate is intact, confirming this to be an original Starlight Black Trans Am.

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Mercedes Benz 280 SL


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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to represent this classic 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Roadster. This is a beautifully restored & maintained 2-owner Texas example. The exterior finish is the correct white color over all original sheetmetal. The green upholstery has been replaced with leather. Power is courtesy of the factory 2.8 Litre inline-6 cylinder engine coupled with the rare 4-speed manual transmission. Only 20% of all 280SL's were produced with this transmission according to the research I've done. This car received a comprehensive mechanical service in November of this year by Nine-Eleven Automotive in Dallas, Texas to the tune of over $6,175 (w/receipt). This is your opportunity to own a collector quality 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Roadster. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic W 113 Roadster. Be sure and visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Mercedes was sold new to a dentist at Park Place Mercedes in Dallas, Texas, 1969. The car was sold to the current owner approximately 22 years ago.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1926 Ford Model T Coupe 


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This example features Henry Ford steel throughout along with good solid woodwork throughout the flooring. It rides on stock 21-inch steel rimmed wood spoke wheels with old Firestone 4.50-4.75-21 tires all around. The tires are dry cracked but holding air. There is a spare tire mounted in the rear. The interior features a re-upholstered black vinyl seat. The dash features the amp gauge & ignition. There is no odometer or speedometer on this model. The floorboard is covered by a rubber mat. The pedals are in good condition and the foot starter is working. The hand crank doesn't want to catch on the teeth, but the engine will start and run. Under the hood is the good running 4-cylinder. We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas decided to recruit the local Model T club to help us get this stored Model T running. Be sure to play the video. An alternator has been installed, otherwise its stock underhood. The flooring and suspension appears to be in good shape throughout. This T has been kept stored out of the weather since its older restoration.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang GTA 2 + 2


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this Marti Report documented 1967 Ford Mustang GTA 2+2 Fastback. This car showcases quality paint, mechanicals, and factory options. This car was last purchased 18 years ago as an anniversary present to a blessed husband. It is an absolute pleasure to drive and shows remarkably well. The GTA was the GT Mustang equipped with an automatic transmission. These GT's carried special GTA badging. The GTA was only available in 1967, the '68 model year GT automatics were simply "GTs" again.  The GT Equipment group for '67 includes the grille mounted fog lamps, power front disc brakes, dual exhaust with chromed quad outlets, a GT gas cap, rocker panel stripes, and GT or in this case, GTA emblems. This is a well-optioned factory Mustang GT, complete with the Marti Report, door identification plate & buck tag.  The Marti Report is basically a copy of the factory build & options record. The buck tag is the metal tag affixed underhood while the car was being assembled, detailing features. The buck tag seldom remains and is a great way to document your classic Mustang.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1969 Buick Electra 225 Convertible


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Buick's Electra showcased an extensive re-design for 1969, arguably the most attractive of the Electra model years with a more swept-line design. This example is finished in its correct Signal Red. The paint and body are straight and in good condition throughout. This is a really good old car. It runs great and drives down the road straight. The body is original and solid, but the paint has a lot of nicks and chips. I detailed several of them in photographs. 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 the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The engine compartment is original, housing the factory 430 cubic inch V8. This was the only available engine for the '69 Electra 225 and is rated at 360 horsepower. This car features air conditioning, power steering and power brakes. This Buick has had 3 owners since new. Originally purchased in Dallas by a business man for his wife's birthday, she used it just here locally. In the ninties, it was sold to a doctor in the panhandle of Texas and the current owner purchased it in 2000. The miles are believed to be original.

 

 

 

 


 

 

2007 Ford Mustang GT 


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Fly High or Fly Low in this Supercharged Mustang, 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 the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Mustang has something extra in the form of an Intercooled Whipple Supercharger system. This roots-type blower provides instant horsepower and torque under throttle. The engine compartment is very clean and detailed as is the rest of this Mustang. The handling capabilites have been increased thanks to an Eibach Pro System suspension install along with adjustable Steeda caster & camber plates. A set of 18-inch OZ wheels fit this package to perfection. This car gets a lot of compliments and is very tastefully done, not too much, just right.  The exterior showcases the original silver base/clearcoat paint with black Shelby stripes. The paint and body are in excellent condition. This car has only accrued approximately 38,500 miles thus far. The interior is in excellent condition.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1961 Sunbeam Alpine 


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This Classic '61 Sunbeam Alpine has just had over $22,000 invested in mechanicals by a reputable European classic car restoration company here in Dallas, Texas. We have a binder full of receipts for the work performed by Kip Motor Company in Dallas, Texas. We also have an additional thick folder with thousands in additional receipts. Kips guarantee's their work and is very knowledgable on European classic cars. This car has had the engine removed and rebuilt, the engine cooling system restored, the gearbox removed and resealed, the brake system gone through and restored, and much more. We have a great original factory brochure and original tuning booket. This is an excellent candidate to finish a 1st class mechanical restoration with new paint and interior. The engine was removed and completely rebuilt. The special carburetors were rebuilt and new throttle shafts installed ($700+). Be sure to play the video/sound clip. This car runs excellent. It is a completely driving project. Here are a few photos of the engine rebuild in progress

 

 

 


 

 

1983 Porsche 930 Turbo


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic Porsche 930 Turbo. This early production example (000961) is complete with its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and is in excellent condition. The 930 was Porsche's top of the line 911, manufactured between 1975 and 1989. Changing emissions regulations would force Porsche to withdraw the 930 from the American markets in 1980, however they were still available in Europe. This European example is fully legal here in the U.S., currently titled in Texas. The 930 Turbo would eventually return to the U.S. market in 1986 and would run until then end of the 930 production in '89. We hope you enjoy our presentation of this classic Porsche. Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this Porsche 930 Turbo 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.

 

 

 



 

 

1969 Chevrolet Malibu Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this mild custom 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu convertible. Over $15,000 was spent at Frisco, Texas Automotive in 2011 on an extensive mechanical restoration with verifying receipts for the work performed. The new late model 350 engine and 4-speed automatic transmission was installed. The exterior has been massaged with the full black-out treatment to match the black base/clearcoat paint finish.  Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this Malibu ragtop 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, Texas area. The exterior features a black base/clearcoat finish over an exceptionally straight body. The bumpers are blacked out front to back. The door handles are also painted with textured black paint. Under the hood is the latter GM crate 350 V8, installed by Frisco Automotive in 2011.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1975 Ford Bronco


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 4x4 Ford Bronco. This little Bronco that could has been completely gone through mechanically and cosmetically. This is a well restored example that is a joy to drive. It is powered by a street-friendly modified 302 cubic inch V8 and is finished in green metallic paint. There are several custom features on this rig detailed in the features above. The exterior is finished in metallic green with contrasting fender flares. The wheels of choice are polished Mickey Thompsons all around, fitted with 33x12.50R15LT Mickey Thompson Baja MTX tires all around including a matching spare tire/wheel. The bumpers are custom fabricated tubular units front and rear. An electric WARN 8000 winch has been fitted up front. The rear bumper also includes a custom mounted military gas can and a heavy-duty rack to transport something of your choice. The soft top is in great shape. We also have the hard top for this Bronco, included.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1932 Ford Roadster


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Fly Low or Fly High, the majority of our photography was done at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The wheels of choice are machine-polished American Racing rims fitted with 195/60R15s up front & 275/60R17s out back. The engine compartment is beautifully detailed. The firewall is polished a quality done. HCC Performance here in Dallas, Texas just completed a thorough detail job and installed several show quality pieces. The block is painted to match the body. There are several key elements including the polished aluminum valve covers & matching billet wire looms. The fuel line is braided steel. The fuel pump is chrome as is the fuel filter. A Holley Hi-Tek air cleaner has been installed. The water pump and pullies are chromed. The oil pan and oil filter are chromed. Cooling duties are handled via a high capacity aluminum radiator & polished billet overflow tank. The electric cooling fan is chromed. Induction is courtesy of a polished Quick Fuel 750 cfm carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake.

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. This car is finished in an older repaint of its correct Thunderbird Blue. This car is an excellent driver, a pleasure to cruise on the road. The air conditioning system is modern and works great. The 292 4bbl. V8 is powerful and the transmission shifts as it should. The power steering and brakes make this an easy car to drive and it is very attractive.  Fly High or Fly Low, 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. The white convertible soft top is in good condition, tucked away behind the seating under the color-keyed vinyl flap. The exterior showcases a re-finish of the factory Thunderbird Blue color. The paint is in very good condition throughout with some imperfection. The paint was just professionally detailed and polished. Drop the top and enjoy this classic Thunderbird. The auxiliary hardtop is in great shape, correct with no portholes for this early '55 Bird. The passenger side door glass is cracked but intact. Open the doors to 1955.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1976 Triumph TR-6


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1976 would be the last year of Triumph's TR-6. This is a well-maintained example finished in an older repaint of its original red color. The tires were replaced about 3 years ago and the car hasn't accrued many miles since. The gas tank was also recently replaced. The engine and gearbox work correctly. This car is a pleasure to drive. The TR6 makes a great touring car due to its soft and responsive independent suspension.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The paint is in good condition with a few flaws detailed in the photographs. TR-6 stripes / decals show well down both sides. The black vinyl top is in good condition throughout. The soft tops were slightly re-designed for the TR6 model. We also have a full tonneau snap cover. The engine compartment is exceptionally clean, housing the strong running 2.5 liter inline-6 cylinder engine. Induction duties are handled by the correct twin Stromberg carburetors, complete with the correct breather assembly. Further inspection of the engine compartment confirm original sheetmetal and factory decals throughout the core support, firewall, and inner fenders.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Chevrolet Corvair Spyder


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The Chevrolet Corvair Spyder is a very collectible car. There were only 4761 units of the Monza Spyder Convertible produced in 64.  Corvair was the only car produced by Chevrolet to feature a rear engine. With  good performance, styling, good looks and very economical, it’s a great car to drive around town. We are very proud to present this classic Monza Spyder. The Corvair was just treated to a complete engine rebuild here in Dallas. It had been in storage for quite some time in the owners garage.  The body is in very good condition. It's straight and solid. The paint is in good condition all throughout, there are signs of some chips but nothing too noticeable. The car to our knowledge hasn't been totally restored, but was treated to a paint job not many years ago. 

 

 

 

 



1969 Dodge Coronet R/T


 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this show worthy '69 Coronet R/T. This car showcases a professional 4-year ground-up restoration to this beautifully detailed piece of Mopar Muscle history. This custom built show car is an original 440 R/T and is powered a professionally massaged 440 that makes a dyno-tuned 410 wheel horsepower on pump gas, conservatively tuned I might add. Approximately 6300 miles have been logged on this amazing car, all on Sunday afternoon drives and to the car shows. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to call Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 for any details. Also, be sure to play our video/sound clip just below to see this R/T in action.

  Dodge's Coronet holds the unique distinction as being the first Mopar to carry the R/T or Road and Track moniker. The R/T option was introduced on the 1967 Coronet. This car keeps the tradition alive. This is an original R/T 440 Coronet that has been restored to a beautiful show quality car. This is a multi-awarding winning car that has regularly participated in shows throughout the southwest. The R/T package features big block 440 V8 power as standard equipment (optional was the HEMI 426), heavy duty suspension, beefier brakes, larger tires, and R/T badging. The Coronet R/T was only offered for 4 production years, beginning in 1967 and ending in 1970, the glory days of the American Muscle Cars. Enjoy our presentation of this amazing R/T. Read on!
Mark Renfroe Custom Paint & Body of Long Grove, Oklahoma is responsible for the mile deep custom black base/clearcoat finish.

 

 


 

 

1985 Chevrolet Camaro


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Though many people say there was not much that happened during the 1980’s,  Chevy proved they could still produce a performance sports car. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to offer this 1985 Camaro. This car was popular among many car enthusiasts who wanted raw V8 power without breaking the bank. The exterior was redesigned for this model year by adding more enhanced ground effects in the form of front and rear bumpers, a front valence, and side skirts.  The exterior color is two toned with white down the sides.  The new air induction hood is painted  metallic black and is continued across the roof and  trunk. The 15” 5-spoke wheels are in excellent  condition as are the road friendly radial tires.  The front headlights were modified as part of the exterior transition from the previous generation.

 

 

 



 

 

1967 Chevrolet Camaro


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This is one fine 1st generation Camaro. Originally a Bolero Red car, the exterior now displays a beautiful cherry red metallic base/clearcoat finish with Super Sport striping & badging. The wheels of choice are factory 14-inch Camaro Rally Wheels wrapped in 205/70R14 Goodyear Eagle ST radial tires. The manually operated convertible top is in excellent conditon. The steel cowl induction hood is not original to the car, but fits it perfectly. Open the doors to 1967. The interior features deluxe black bucket seating along either side of the center console & HURST 4-speed shifter. The dash is in excellent condition. This car features a factory tachometer and the SS console mounted gauge package, all functional. The door panels are also in excellent condition. The carpeting is clean and protected with Camaro embossed floor mats.

 

 



 

 

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray convertible. This car runs and drives exceptionally well. The side exhaust system sounds amazing. The body and paint are in excellent condition as are the mechanicals. Be sure you check out our video of this beautiful Sting Ray on the street. A stunning Nassau Blue Corvette, the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museums' Aircraft were a nice addition to our photos. Be sure you visit the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The paint shows well throughout. The body lines up straight. The knock-off wheels are in excellent condition as are the whitewall 215/75R15 radial tires. The interior is in excellent condition, restored to original and maintained. The dash is clean and detailed, the factory gauges and bezels clear and bright. The steering wheel is a polished wood three spoke small diameter. The vinyl is in great shape throughout. The center console is in great shape.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang GT 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Ford Mustang GT Hardtop Coupe. This car is a special GT, complete with its original Ford Warranty Booklet. It was purchased new at Armstrong-Johnson, Inc. in Austin, Texas. This is a well-optioned GT with the "A" code 289 4bbl. V8 and an array of factory options. This is a collector quality car inside and out.  Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic Mustang GT 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 Mustang GT was finished on June 28th, 1965 according to its data plate. The original  warranty booklet/owner's manual shows the car to have arrived at Armstrong-Johnson, Inc. Ford in Austin, Texas on July 7th, 1965. This is your opportunity to own a collector quality 1965 Ford Mustang GT. The door identification plate is intact. This Mustang displays its correct features including Pony Interior & Wimbleton White Paint. It shows a Houston, Texas DSO (62) and was sold new in Austin, Texas.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Chevrolet Corvette 396/425 Stingray


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The top-tier engine for 1965s Corvette was the L-78 396 cubic inch 4bbl. V8, rated at 425 horsepower. This option would set you back an additional $292.00. There were only 2,157 built with this engine option. This car is one of those, still powered by its number's matching original 396. This car was also ordered in Goldwood Yellow. Only 1,275 of all Corvettes were ordered in Goldwood Yellow in 1965, the only year this color was offered. Creature comforts are few with this Corvette. Under the hood you'll find the 396/425HP engine and little else. The engine compartment is correct, complete with its ignition shielding, black breather, and Harrison overflow tank for the radiator. The exhaust system features the correct iron manifolds. The fuel filter is correct as are various small engine components. Induction is courtesy of the correct Winter's casted aluminum intake & Holley double pumper 4bbl. carburetor. Be sure to play our video of this Corvette 396 in action.The engine stampings are clear and correct for this Corvette, matching the VIN and confirming this to be the high performance 396/425HP(+). The transmission also displays the factory VIN stamping, confirming it to be original to this car.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1925 Ford Model T Delivery 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this nicely restored 1925 Ford Model T Delivery. This "special delivery" showcases custom woodwork throughout the doors and rear area. The paint has been done in a great shade of red. The engine  runs good. Be sure to play our video/sound clip. The gearbox and handbrake are also  functional. Remember, this is a model T and it is a challenge to drive unless you are very familiar with them. The exterior shows a great amount of time and detail spent restoring this Model T. Ford produced over 15,000,000 Model T's from 1908 until 1927, but none were like this one.The wheels of choice are Ford's steel rimmed, wood spoked 21-inch wheels fitted with B.F. Goodrich Silvertown whitewall poly-bias tires all around (4.40/4.50-21 4-plys), including a spare tire.Model T's are often referred to as "Tin Lizzys" or "Tin Lizzies".

 

 

 


 

 

1925 Ford Model Pickup 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this antique 1925 Ford Model T. This "T" truck features a custom steel C-cab and is a real head-tuner. This one is fit for business or your motoring "albeit slow" pleasure. The exterior features a steel body and front fenders along with a full hood assembly. The wood bed is well done and complimented with wood bed rails. The wheels of choice are antique Ford steel-rimmed & wood spokes. The rear tires are heavy-duty load bearing B.F. Goodrich Power Express while the front tires are very old Wards Riverside tires. The spokes have been painted red. Check out the custom C-cab. The cab is steel as are the doors, fenders, and hood assembly. The vinyl, wood & burlap work is well done. The interior is Spartan at best, consisting of a vinyl-covered bench seat. The dash and steering wheel are intact. The throttle and spark control are located on the steering wheel. The floorboard features the transmission pedals for Forward and Reserve along with the brake. There is also a foot starter.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1921 Ford Model T Doctors Coupe


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We want to thank Pat Ferguson and his friends from the Cowtown T and the Lonestar T clubs for coming by to help us get all 4 of our T's running and to give us a lesson on these great old cars. Thanks gentlemaen. This vintage Ford Model T, circa 1921, was photographed on location here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. The enclosed one-seat Model T with trunk was often referred to over the years as a Doctor's Coupe. This was for several reasons. One reason is a doctor needed to be available in all kinds of weather, the T was enclosed. The doctor's bag was easily placed in the trunk section. Besides all of this a Ford could get you anywhere, paved or not! A doctor needed this kind of durability in this Model T Coupe to make his house calls. So a "Doctor's Coupe" is more of a description than an actual model designation.  This car displays an older repaint of the original black along with Henry Ford steel throughout. All of the glass is intact, including the two-piece windshield. The upholstery has been restored in gray cloth and is in very good condition. This is a well-optioned Model T, complete with a speedometer & odometer assembly along with a hand brake.

 

 

 


 

 

1979 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine


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This is a running and driving '79 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine in good condition but in need of some minor repairs such as air conditioning not working and the passenger front door handle not working. This car is mechanically strong and the cosmetics show exceptionally well inside and out. This is a dry climate Cadillac and it shows. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure and visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The paint and body are in good condition with only a few chips and minor imperfections. The body is exceptionally straight throughout. The rear tail light plastic insert pieces are intact with exception of a broken panel between the rear bumper and license plate. The interior is very clean. The original cloth upholstery is clean and detailed front to back. The dash vinyl displays great color and is free of cracks. The door panels and carpeting are in very good condition. This is a clean factory interior.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Ford F-100 I Beam


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This classic '66 Ford F-100 features a hot powertrain in the form of a street friendly 351 4bbl. V8 behind the 4-Speed Manual HURST shifted transmission. This is a good old truck that is a pleasure to drive. Be sure to play the video. The engine sounds strong, paired with the custom dual exhaust with turn-outs molded/trimmed in the rear fenders for a unique look & sound. This classic I-Beam Pickup Truck showcases a midnight black custom base/clearcoat finish. The body is straight and solid. There are some paint chips on closer inspection, a good sized one on the passenger door down low.  The interior features high-back headrest custom gray cloth bucket seating that is comfortable. The dash retains its original gauges along with a Sony CD Stereo & equalizer. There is an amplified Pioneer 12-inch subwoofer & box between the seating. This sound system is  easily removable if so desired. It has some kick to it, check out our video if you haven't. The bed features wood strips and is solid throughout as are the inner bed panels. The inner panels have been painted with a rhino-line type finish. The bed strips were also painted. The fuel fill was installed in the bed. You can see the fuel tank in the undercarriage photos.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1981 Chevrolet Corvette


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Fly High or Fly Low in America's Sportscar, the Chevrolet Corvette. This classic '81 Vette 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.Fly High or Fly Low in America's Sportscar, the Chevrolet Corvette. This classic '81 Vette 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 an always black on black Corvette, displaying a recent driver quality paint job. The T-tops are grey tinted glass. Open the doors to 1981. The interior features factory leather bucket seating and the original gauges throughout. A JVC cassette stereo has been installed. The power driver's seat is working as are the power windows. The rear storage compartment are intact. The dash itself is in exceptional condition, free of cracks or typical distortion. Under the hood is the 5.7 liter V8, complete with original features down to the smog equipment. This car is fully equipped. The underhood light is even working.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne Super 10

 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic '72 Chevy C-10 Cheyenne Super 1/2 ton pickup truck. This truck is a pleasure to drive. It has had a host of restoration work done in recent years including paint and mechanicals. This is a Cowboy Cadillac ready to drive and enjoy. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic truck. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.The custom two-tone paint was complete d approximately 2 years ago. The paint shows well throughout this truck. This is a pearl orange & white base/clearcoat finish. The chrome bumpers and trim is in very good condition as well. Under the hood is the correct 402 cubic inch V8. This engine runs strong. The top end was rebuilt with a fresh valve job 5 or 6 years ago. This engine is paired with an updated 700R4 4 speed automatic transmission. The engine compartment is clean and detailed, showcasing the original sheetmetal throughout the inner fenders, core support and firewall. The hood underside is finished to match the exterior. The wiring was redone throughout this truck as well approximately 2 years ago.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1970 & 1/2 Ford Falcon Torino

 

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This '70s inspired muscular stance is thanks to rear air shocks & custom 15-inch wheels with wide 295/50R15 Mastercraft Avenger Radials in the rear & 235/60R15s up front. This Torino / Falcon was photographed 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 paint is really detailed. There are flames throughout along with skulls of all types. The body is straight throughout. This is a real head-turner.  Under the hood is the previously rebuilt 302 cubic inch V8 backed by an Automatic Overdrive transmission. The engine runs good and is a mild street friendly power plant. The firewall, inner fenders and core support sheet metal is in good condition throughout. The interior features comfortable high back Recaro bucket seating along with the standard gauges. There is also a classic Sun column-mounted tachometer and a trio of underdash gauges. A clock has also been fitted in the dash. There is a Pioneer CD Stereo mounted in the glovebox.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1969 Chevrolet Chevelle


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The transmission is by Keisler Engineering, a Tremec TKO 5-Speed with supporting hardware including a blow-proof bell housing and all GM A-body equipment for a perfect fit & function. The clutch is a 3-Stage High Performance. The transmission has a 31-spline yoke with a chromoly driveshaft to the built 12-bolt differential. The linkage is by Lokar Performance. The stout rear end features 300M chromoly axles, Hotchkis trailing arms, and KYB air shocks. The front end has been completely rebuilt with replaced tie rod ends, ball joints, bushings, steering box, sway bar, Hotchkis springs and KYB shocks.The cooling system features a Be Cool aluminum radiator with dual 12" electric fans. The exhaust  system is high performance & high flow front to back. Gasses are expelled through 2" ceramic-coated Hooker headers to full 3-inch dual pipes with Mega Flow mufflers. There are cut-out plates if you want to make this Chevelle really rumble and thump. Be sure to play our video.

 

 

 

 

 

 


1980 Mercedes Benz 450SL


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This gorgeous dream of a car is in very good condition ready to be driven away. A Champaign Metallic finish is showcased on the exterior of this car; in very nice condition once you see the car you will fall in love. You will drive in class to the golf course or tennis courts either as a convertible or a hard top. This 450 SL sure has that classic look of the earlier Mercedes models.Since 2012, some of the repairs that have been performed are; new sun visors, new brake calipers and pads, new subframe bushings, new exhaust system, a new battery, new pan gasket, and new plugs along with some basic maintenance. The body is very straight and there is sure no sign of repairs or chips/scratches.

 

 

 



 


1966 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this unique survivor '66 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible. This car showcases an older finish of its correct Sierra Mist finish. It is powered by the 425 cubic inch V8 rated at 360 horsepower and equipped with options. It rides down the road smooth and is sound mechanically.
Oldsmobile used the Eighty-Eight designation from 1949 until 1999. It was the bestselling full-sized Oldsmobile for decades, especially the entry-level 88 and Dynamic 88. The Delta name first appeared in 1965 along with fresh styling and engineering changes. This '66 model carries these changes over.
This car runs smooth. The engine compartment displays the undetailed and original high compression 425 cubic inch V8 rated at 360 horsepower. The factory breather is un-touched. This car has received regular maintenance. Closer inspection will confirm clean and detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support.

 


 

 

1936 Chevy Master Deluxe


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 Beautifully long and low, the Master De Luxe is enhanced by the wide windows and doors. A great vehicle that has received a body off restoration and if your looking for a very nice 36' Chevy, this one should be taken into serious consideration. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present to you this 1936 Chevrolet Master De Luxe. This 1936 Master Deluxe Sedan was partially restored when purchased by the previous owner.  However there were a lot of things wrong with the car, including that it had been in an minor accident at some point. The new owner had a dream of keeping the exterior as original looking as possible but re-designing it with a powerful modern engine, transmission, brakes and air conditioning so that it can cruise the highways of today.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2005 Orange County Choppers


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Here is a chanced to own a definitely unique bike styled  for charity. It was the first bike OCC built for St. Judes Hospital. The bike is painted in a beautiful burgundy wine color with custom pin stripes and St. Judes logos on rear fender and gas tank.  The previous owner claims the bike to be 1747 cc. Both tires and brakes are in very good shape. Paul senior and junior both signed the bike's tank with clear coat applied over the signatures to keep them intact. Just in time for the new OCC series that is coming out soon, it's your chance to own one of their originally built bikes before Sr. and Jr. split. Maltese cross rear brake light for when you are signaling stopping, a common touch for these custom bikes. The OCC name is evident through out the bike.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass


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This classic '71 Oldsmobile Cutlass S is powered by an upgraded 455 c.i. 4bbl. V8 engine for excellent torque and cruising ability. This Olds is a "Rocket." The convertible top power operates up and down correctly. Be sure to play the video to see this Oldsmobile in action. The convertible top itself is in very good condition. There is a 2-inch tear photographed above. The exterior showcases a good straight body and paint throughout with only minor imperfections.  The body is overall very straight and in good condition along either side. The quarter panels, doors, fenders, hood and trunk lid align correctly. Open the doors to 1971. This interior is very nice, showcasing custom black vinyl upholstery with red vinyl accents. The rear window cranks are in need of service, replacement clips, etc. The center console houses the "His & Her's" style shifter with manual selection available. The dash features the original gauges along with an under-dash trio of engine vital gauges. A JVC CD stereo has been installed along with kick panel speakers.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1978 Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car


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Fly Low in America's Sportscar, or Fly High at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. As always, we would like to thank them for allowing us to photograph our cars there. It is a must visit. The exterior displays quality paint throughout. The body panels align correctly. The finish shows very well. The graphics are all in place. Originally, GM only planned to produce 300 of these to commemorate the first 300 Corvettes produced, although a total of 6502 made it to dealer showrooms.The M1131 blue-tinted glass T-tops are the most desirable ones of the era. Open the doors to 1978. This interior is excellent and original. The silver leather interior is intact, clean and detailed throughout. The "clamshell" Corvette bucket seating is comfortable. The dash pad is clean and straight, with no cracks. The gauges are original and all functional, yes, even the clock works.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1967 Chevrolet Camaro 383 SS Custom


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Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this classic American muscle car were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight, located just minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays quality paint and sheet metal throughout. This car was gone through in 2011, with a base/clear coat red finish & black SS striping. The car was originally Maroon according to the trim identification plate. The paint is in excellent condition, very presentable throughout this Camaro. This car is built to drive.  The brakes consist of custom calipers with  drilled & slotted front discs and full-face rear discs, power-assisted. The rolling stock is these BOSS 18-inch wheels fitted with NITTO Extreme ZR radials fitted with 275/40ZR18s out back and 235/40ZR18s up front. Open the doors to 1967. The interior is largely as it should be, with correct seating, center console, and factory gauges. The upholstery is in good condition front to back. The factory center console houses the HURST 4-speed shifter, paired with the Muncie 4-speed.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


 

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Fly High or Fly Low in America's Sportscar, many of our photos of this Corvette were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. This is a Vette that you can get in and drive. The exterior presents a very good and straight body with nice paint throughout. This is an all white Corvette, although it was originally turquoise & white. The current owner has had this car since 2004. It has been garage kept. The white auxillary hardtop is in great shape, fastening and sealing as it should. The headliner is intact. The glass is clear all around. There is some slight frazzle in the rear windows. Open the doors to 1961. The interior showcases the original seats with recent seat covers & seat belts.  The dash displays the original gauges, all functional with exception of the clock. The original steering wheel was replaced with a smaller diameter, leather-wrapped steering wheel. We do have the original wheel. The dash vinyl is intact throughout and in good shape.

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Volkswagen Beetle


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic '66 VW Beetle restored in a Love Bug theme. The exterior showcases a pearl white finish with Herbie stripes & number 53 graphics. It rides on custom wheels & is powered by a peppy 1300 c.i. engine. The paint and body show well through this little Beetle. For those of you too young to remember the "Herbie The Love Bug " movies, heres a short clip from the Disney movie. This is the first that Herbie's owner realized he was special. This one is as cute as a Bug. The two wood & metal custom trays really add to this Beetle. It would look great with perhaps some vintage luggage and or surf boards affixed. The tires are in good condition all around as are the polished custom wheels. Open the doors to 1966. The interior features restored vinyl bucket seating along with a restored rear seat. The upholstery is a burnt orange.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1956 Chevvrolet 210


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic '56 Chevy 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 classic Two-Ten Chevrolet has been treated to a complete restoration, disassembled and restored throughout. The paint and body is in excellent condition as is the brightwork throughout this '56. The stance is courtesy of a number of things. 2-Inch dropped spindles feature 4-wheel-disc-brakes & 17-Inch Foose wheels wrapped in 235/55ZR17s front & rear.The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout. The engine is a vintage rebuilt 427 4bbl. V8 with an aluminum intake, 4bbl. carburetor, upgraded ignition, mild cam, and header dual exhaust system with mufflers. It sounds excellent. Be sure to play our video. Open the doors to yesterday, today. The interior is in excellent condition, featuring custom original-style vinyl seating with threaded cloth inserts, The door panels are restored to match.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1984 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic Italian convertible, the Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce 2.0. This example is very well cared for and it shows. This is a beautiful car and is in excellent mechanical condition. The Alfa has been a California car until 2012. It has a clean car fax showing no accidents and actual miles. The exterior showcases the light blue metallic paint and is in great shape throughout. This is a dry climate Alfa Romeo and it shows. The Spider displays the classic Italian styling throughout. The interior is in excellent condition. The soft top has a new back window installed just 2 years ago. The upholstery is clean and detailed as is the dash, however there is a crack in the dash shown in the photos. The factory gauges are intact and functional with exception of the clock, not working. Notice the Nardi steering wheel and shift knob. The 5-Speed manual transmission shifts through the gears with authority. The Blaupunkt CD stereo sounds excellent.

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible. This car has logged less than 8,000 miles since its extensive restoration effort, completed in 2011. This car has been restored in its correct Rangoon Red. Every body panel has been replaced with exception of the doors. Many of our photos of this American favorite 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 exterior showcases a professional refinish in the correct Rangoon Red. The paint is in very good condition throughout with only a few minor flaws. Open the doors to 1965. This is a real red on red car. The interior has been tastefully restored. The upholstery has been replaced throughout along with the the carpeting and rubber seals. The door panels were replaced and new floor mats installed as well. The original steering wheel has been leather-wrapped as well.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1955 Cadillac Coupe Deville 


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This is a great old Cadillac. This '55 Series 62 Coupe Deville appears to wear much of the original old laquer paint. the finish is checking and chipping throughout, however the body itself is very solid. This is a dry climate Cadillac and it shows. This is a complete, running and driving project Cadillac.  The exterior presents the great all original body and brightwork. The chrome will need restoration front to back, however it is in good condition. Under the hood is the 331 cubic inch Cadillac V8. Be sure to play the video of this Caddy to hear the engine. Further inspection of the engine compartment will reveal factory components such as the oil bath air cleaning and external oil filter. This is a running engine and sounds and idles smooth. The transmission shifts as well.  You can see the factory power brake setup above. We did a still video because the brakes do need some work. Our seller just wants to sell the car as is. The autotronic seeing eye box is still in place. The sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support is original and solid as well. Open the doors to 1955. This interior appears mostly original, intact and well preserved. The white leather upholstery is in very good condition front to back.

 

 

 

 

 


2006 Chevy Callaway Corvette


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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. Here is a chance to drive American Muscle and performance rolled into one. A Corvette upgraded by the wizards at Callaway. Chevrolet has for years had a winner with the Corvette, but with with Callaway, your in a completely different level of performance.  The engine is a 6.2 liter (378 cu in) Callaway modified LS3 V8, powered by an Eaton Supercharger with air/liquid intercooler integral to intake manifold.. This Corvette is wonderful in styling, driving, and performance. There isn't anything like the sound a supercharger brings. And when you apply the gas your smile should increase also.

 

 

 



 

 

 

1971 Chevrolet C-10 Custom Classic

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful classic Chevrolet C-10. This '71 Chevy displays beautifully inside, out, and under the hood. We are happy to have it here.As always, we want to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for letting us take photos there. They are located only a few miles from our showroom. We enjoy driving our classic cars & trucks there for photos. The exterior showcases a lot of time and attention to detail spent on this truck. The Dark Cherry base/clearcoat is color-sanded, polished, waxed, and sealed. This finish is detailed to show. The trim was also removed and restored throughout. The chromed grille assembly is beautiful as are the front and rear bumpers. The engine compartment is like a jewelry box. The inner fenders, hood underside, and firewall are polished and detailed to match the exterior.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1978 Chevrolet Corvette 25th Anniversary Custom


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this beautiful 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary Custom Coupe. This car is owned by its original purchaser, a long-time GM Design Engineer, now retired. We have extensive documentation including the original order form, invoice, and window sticker for the car. In addition to having less than 70,000 original miles, the car has been restored extensively with some tasteful customizations. It has been garage kept from day one. Werner Meier, Masterworks Automotive Services is responsible for the work performed during this meticulous restoration. Documents detailing all work performed are included along with pictures taken during the restoration. We'll do our best to detail this work.Many of our photos of this perennial favorite American Sports Car were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1931 Chevrolet 3-Windows


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas  presents this custom built '31 Chevrolet 3-Window Coupe. This car is running & driving and in need of some finishing work, primarily door glass & tracks installed. We don't have them. A lot of time and money has been spent on this one and the owner is ready to sell as it is today. It will be a good project for someone to finish up. The exterior showcases an all-steel body with fiberglass fenders and steel running boards. The hood assembly is also steel. Power is courtesy of a mild street friendly 350 cubic inch V8 paired with a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. The engine features updated induction courtesy of an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake & Holley 4bbl. carburetor. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through block-hugger headers and a custom dual exhaust system, turn-downs just before the rear end. It sounds excellent, be sure to play our video. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes form our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this attractive classic 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible. This car has been restored in Jade Green with Parchment interior. it is powered by a built 289 2bbl. V8 paired with the factory 3-speed manual transmission. This is a strong running car that is a pleasure to drive. it sounds great too, be sure to play our video. The cosmetic condition is exceptional as are the mechanicals.The Ivy Green metallic paint is the correct finish for this car. The paint shows exceptionally well throughout. The doors, hood, and trunk lid align correctly. The paint has an excellent shine and the car is straight. The brightwork was restored front to back as well. The wheels of choice are these 15-Inch REV custom wheels fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires all around. Open the doors to 1965. The interior has been restored in Parchment color. The seating is in excellent condition as is the dash and door panels. The carpeting is also clean and detailed. An aftermarket AM/FM Mustang cassette stereo has been installed. The seat belts have been replaced as well. Carpeted Pony mats protect the carpet.

 

 

 


 

 

1974 Porsche 911 Targa 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to offer this exceptionally clean and well cared for 1974 Porsche 911-T. This car is a great driver, showing just over 91,000 miles logged. It is finished in classic Porsche Guards red with tan leather interior. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior finish is in exceptional condition. The paint shows well throughout as do the bumpers and trim. Open the doors to classic Porsche performance.  The gauges are functional and original to the car. A Pioneer CD stereo has been tastefully installed along with upgraded speakers. The seat upholstery is clean and detailed front to back. The Targa Top fits snugly in place and is easy to remove. The removable targa top is in very good condition, it folds easily and can be placed in the rear. The trunk features the factory spare tire/wheel and jacking equipment along with clean carpeting. The sheetmetal is in good condition throughout.

 

 

 



 

 

1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible


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We are proud to present this beautiful 1955 Pontiac Star Chief convertible. This has been a garaged & pampered car, taken out on sunny weekends for the occasional cruise. It has had much work performed over recent years including paint, chrome, mechanical restoration work, etc. I will detail in the our description. This car was purchased as a special  50th wedding anniversary present. The owner had a new 55 when he started dating his wife.They did not keep the car for a long period of time, so years later they decided to find another. It showcases its correct two-tone colors and is just a very nice car. 1955 was a banner year for Pontiac. Although the Star Chief made its debut in the 1954 model year, It was back for '55 with a brand new design and "V8" power to boot. The paint and body are in excellent condition as is the factory bright work. This is a stunning car with few flaws to be found. The two-tone paint is finished in Bolero Red & Castle Grey, the correct color codes this Pontiac was born with. Pontiac's Star Chief features much more standard equipment than a Chevrolet at the time. These cars even featured some equipment offered in Buicks.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1990 Lotus Esprit


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The charge-cooled SE Esprit derivative was the most powerful variant with the most accelerative power and the fastest-selling Esprit to date, with 264bhp and 0-6mph in under 5 seconds. From its formal unveiling on 10 May 1989 to the close of its debut year, the Lotus Esprit Turbo SE recorded production of 563 units. There are two twin mounted gas tanks, with filler holes on each side of the vehicle. Although it has the status of being a "supercar", gas milage is still respectable at 17 city and 28 on the highway. Tires are Toyo Proxes 4's in excellent condition and with plenty of miles yet to go on them. Flaws are at a minimum for a car that is 23 years old and has not been restored. If you haven't driven a turbo yet, your are in for a treat, at the way it kicks in the power and gets up and goes from its four cylinder engine. Front and rear vented disc brakes.

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible


SOLD

 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this long time Texas Karmann Ghia convertible for sale. This car was purchased from the original family in 2013. It underwent a complete restoration approximately 3 years ago. Fly High or Fly Low, 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. The exterior presents an exceptionally solid and straight body with a good blue finish throughout. The white convertible top is in very good condition, paired with a white convertible top boot.The interior features the factory seats restored in the correct white vinyl. The dash is clean and detailed, complete with the original gauge cluster. The 4-speed manual transmission shifts as it should and the clutch grips well. The emergency brake is functional. The Volfenhag AM/FM CD stereo, also functional. The undercarriage displays the original underbody throughout. The rear floor pans have been cut out and replaced. The suspension is in very good condition front to back.

 

 

 


1983 Jeep CJ-7


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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. The "Jeep  CJ", a civilian version of Americas workhorse, the famous Willy's Military Jeep from World War 2.This 4 wheel is perfect for the ranch and trips down to the coast to visit the beach. With its rugged looks and design, it will handle much more than many other SUV's. Originally a dull green body with "Sand Witch" painted on the side, the CJ came to us in un-restored condition. We sold it to the current owner and he began the restoration. It was painted this great metallic blue and the interior was detailed and cleaned. The seats still need reupholstering, but all in all the Jeep is in good condition.

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Sports


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this fully restored 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Sports Coupe. This car displays high quality paint and features excellent mechanicals. We have done a host of work on this car in the last 2 years including a full tune with a carburetor replacement, a classic auto air conditioning system installed, and additional maintenance. We have receipts for approximately $5,000 detailing the recent work The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Pontiac's Firebird was introduced in 1967 to compete with the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang. The car's design features Camaro F-body basic features & the GTO's A-body drivetrain with asthetic changes such as special louvered quarter panels, tail lamps, and a Pontiac styled front end. The suspension and subframe were also modified to handle the 400 engine. With 82,560 Firebirds produced in 1967, only 18,632 were ordered with the 400 engine. The exterior showcases exceptional midnight black base/clearcoat paint over the very straight sheetmetal. The doors, hood, and deck lid align correctly. This is an attractive Firebird.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 El Camino


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We are very happy to present this great 68 El Camino. The El Camino was repainted to whte which was not the original color. Even though the car is badged as a 396, dont let it fool you. Its a sleeper with a large 502 sleeping under the hood.  Important engine vitals can be monitored know through the aftermarket gauge cluster. High performance Hurst Slap Stick Automatic Shifter, Pro-Matic 2. Aftermarket 6x9 speakers mounted in boxes behind driver and passenger seats. The carpet is the only real issue that would need addressing. The owner was getting ready to replace it until his wife fell in love with a great 73 Cuda we had in stock. It now resides in their collection and the El Camino needs to find a new home.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1974 Chevrolet Corvette


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This slightly customized 1974 Corvette has a few modifications. The Manza Package was added to the car. The Vette was painted about 4-5 months ago. It was taken down to fiberglass and done right. The original wheels have been replaced with aftermarket customs. The shape of the Stingray has always been an attention grabber. Four-wheel disc brakes included in the car for better stopping power. New bushings in rear springs and shocks. The calipers, shoes, rubber lines, and master cylinder were replaced within the past year. All the emblems are in place and the badges as wells, there is absolutely no mistaking this Corvette anywhere. The interior is partialy new and some still original. The seats and door panels seem to have been replaced, but the remainder is original and showing it's age. The gauges are functional, but the clock does not work. All of the components for the A/C are in the car, but it is not working. T-tops come out smoothly and easily. Current owner changed the window rubber and there is new mirrors all around the car. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

1961 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1961 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. This car has been judged & awarded a coveted Top Flight Award from the National Corvette Restorer's Society. This Corvette is one of only 358 produced with the two-tone color combination of Fawn beige with white coves. It retains its original number's matching drivetrain, body, and options. The exterior showcases the beautiful original body & brightwork. This is a no-hit car with original bonding strips intact. Much of the Fawn Beige finish is believed original with some older paint work. The paint shows patina in areas, but is very presentable throughout. I have posted several detailed photos of paint flaws, chips, color fade through near one of the tail lights and a few other blemishes on this beautiful survivor. This car is equipped with its original auxillary hardtop, RPO code 419, in excellent condition. The white convertible top has been replaced with this quality Al Knoch top. It is very clean and detailed as is the convertible top frame, fastening in place correctly.

 

 

 

 



 

 

1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this antique Ford Model A. This '31 Tudor Sedan is a pleasure to drive and presents exceptionally well throughout. The exterior finish shows well over the Henry Ford steel body. The 2-tone grays are contrasted with black full length fenders & a pinstripe. This is a really nice Model A. The brightwork shows well throughout. The Flying Quail deluxe hood ornament fits this Ford perfectly. The paint features Ford colors, Pembroke Gray, French Gray, and a pinstripe. These classic drabs fit this car perfectly. The paint and body are in very good condition with only a chip here or there. An every-mans car, this Model A runs down the street well. The clutch grips good, the steering and the brakes operate correctly. The gauges are working, this "A" has been converted to a 12-volt alternator charging system for reliability sake. This work was recently done in our shop. We also removed the gas tank and sent it out to be cleaned and coated.

 

 


 

1952 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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This classic Five-Window showcases a frame-off restoration completed in 2004. It has had recent cosmetic and mechanical updates. This a great old truck ready to show and enjoy.  The chrome work is excellent throughout this truck. The paint is a custom burnt orange base/clear coat metallic that really looks good. The paint and body are in great shape, with only a few minor chips and nicks. The interior was recently updated with ultra-leather upholstery.  The dash displays the classic original instruments. The steering column has a working turn-signal box attached. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts through the gears as it should. This is a truck that is geared for highway cruising.  The cab shows exceptionally well inside, and out. The doors and door panels are clean and detailed. The door undersides are in excellent condition.

 

 

 


 

1981 Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler 4x4


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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. If you find yourself in Dallas, Texas, be sure to visit the Flight Museum.  The exterior is finished in red base/clearcoat. The paint shows well throughout as does the body.  The bumpers are custom, polished front & rear. The front bumper also features a 2-speed electric winch. There are auxillary fuel and water cans mounted to the rear along with a matching spare 31-inch Dunlop tire/wheel. This rugged stance is partially thanks to the custom American Racing 15-inch wheels wrapped in Dunlop Rover Radial tires sized at 31x10.5R15LT all around. The soft doors and top and are in great shape. We also have full hard doors and a hardtop, pictured below. The hard doors are painted and finished to match the red, in Red. The door glass and tracks are intact and functional. The interior door panels are black vinyl, in great shape. The hardtop is also good and solid, finished in black with a white underside.

 

 


 

 

1972 Chevrolet Chevelle / El Camino Classic


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Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic '72 Chevrolet El Camino were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. This '72 displays a unique color, it has been restored in its original shade of Midnight Bronze metallic, a great brown along with the factory optioned black vinyl top. The wheels are the correct 14-inch Rallys, fitted with 225/70R14 radial G/T tires all around. We have part of the original build sheet for this El Camino, still legible.  The engine was replaced with a crate 350 in 1998. This powerplant runs out strong, paired with the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. The 4bbl. V8 accessories include air conditioning and power steering. This car is also equipped with power brakes. The engine compartment displays original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. This is a dry climate El Camino and it shows in the metal condition. The original cowl identification plate is in place. This is a Midnight Bronze El Camino, ordered with the black vinyl top and black vinyl interior.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible


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The paint and body are in excellent condition. The finish is the correct Pinehurst Green. All of the chrome/brightwork shows well throughout this Olds. 1972 would be the final year for the Cutlass Convertible. The Cutlass Supreme was Oldsmobile's top intermediate vehicle, available as a 2 or 4-door Holiday hardtop or convertible. There were 105,087 Holiday Hardtop coupes produced compared to only 11,571 convertibles. This car was purchased new at Dorsey Buick Olds in Dalton, Georgia. We have receipts and paperwork dating back 30 years+ along with the original owner's booklet and literature.  Many of our photos of this last year Cutlass Supreme Convertible were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure and visit the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.  The convertible top is power-operated and complete with a boot when retracted. The top works as it should and is in great shape. We have original documentation for this '72 Olds Cutlass Supreme Convertible including registrations, dealer packet, owner's manual, and Oldsmobile Emissions Control Systems booket. We also have receipts for some work performed over the years.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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

SOLD

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


 

SOLD

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


 

SOLD

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

 

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


SOLD

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


SOLD

 

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

SOLD

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


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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


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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


 

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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


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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


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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


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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


 

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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

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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


SOLD

 

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.