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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.
 

 

 


 

 

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


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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. 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

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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


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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

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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


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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.

 

 


 


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.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Chevrolet Corvette 327


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1989 Pontiac Firebird


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

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1967 Ford Mustang


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2000 Jaguar XKR


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

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1966 Mustang GT


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra


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

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1934 Ford 2 Door Sedan


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1939 Chevrolet Sport Coupe


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

 

 

 

 


1973 Plymouth 340 Barracuda


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic '73 Plymouth Barracuda. Born a high price class, 318-equipped Barracuda, this car now sports a full 'cuda cosmetic package and upgraded 340 cubic inch engine. Our facilities have completed a lot of recent mechanical work including replacing the heater core, air conditioning compressor and components along with a replaced sending unit for the gas tank and various mechanicals. We have approximately $4,000 in receipts to verify this. This work was performed in 2012.
Plymouth's own pony car was in its final years in 1973. The Barracuda was produced from 1964 until 1974. This example has been equipped with full Cuda treatment including the High Impact Vitamin C Orange Paint, Billboard Stripes, Spoiler, Badging, and the 340 c.i. 4bbl. powerplant.
The exterior displays classic 'cuda styling cues including the sinister blacked-out tail light panel and spoiler.
Closer inspection of the finish will confirm an exceptionally solid and straight car with a good driver quality finish. The paint has been polished to a mirror-like shine; there are some chip touch-ups and minor imperfection on closer inspection.
 

 

 


 

 

1967 Impala


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Rear fender skirts ordered from the factory give the classic Impala a nice finished look. Original Ermine white paint is as nice as the day this car ran the streets in 67. This 67 Impala is a true survivor. Our current owner is said to be only the second owner of this great example of a highly optioned original car.All chrome from front to rear is in excellent condition. Many of our photos are taken at the Frontiers Of  Flight Museum. The museum is located just outside of Dallas Love Field and is a must see when you are in Dallas. The vinyl roof is in great condition. We didn't detect any signs of the normal rust appearing under the top that you usually find in a car of this age.The Chevrolet Impala was the best selling car in the United States. It's 1965 sales of over 1 million units, still stands as a record . It was a "prestige car within the reach of the average American citizen". Sorry, the hood was left open a bit in this shot. It fits fine as you will see in the other shots.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe


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The cars you want to own are those that have been built professionally, and more when it comes to this gorgeous 1933 Ford Coupe, the quality is impressive and the look is timeless.  Reliable power and a few custom features not always seen in a 33 street rod. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one of a kind '33 Ford Coupe. The quality of the Taylor Performance body ( 2 1/2 " chop) and chassis ,  are extremely impressive, all the ’33 Ford design details are there and except for the shaved door handles, it could pass for a Henry Ford creation.This car is ready to show and go. Take it to any local show and walk away a winner. It does not have anything unessential, and with the idea that quality is what matters and the details making it special. A PPG Flamenco Red with Sunburst Yellow and Monarch Orange flames make way to an awesome looking Custom Rod. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1969 Pontiac 400


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The Firebird 400 Convertible is an extremely rare automobile. There were only 6,981 400s produced with automatic transmissions. Of those, the majority were coupes. This rare example has received a recent "driver quality" green metallic paint job. The paint is in excellent condition with only a few minor chips and imperfections. This car is equipped with front disc brakes. The "400's" Grill area are identified with a Chrome surround, a triangular center arrow emblem, and silver paint surrounding the mesh centers. You can see by the first page of the PHS Report, that this is a true 400. The green vinyl interior, like the exterior, is in excellent driver quality condition. The automatic transmission is a three speed Turbo 400. The radio has been replaced with a SONY Stereo / CD player.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Ford Mustang Convertible 289


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This very beautiful 1968 Ford Mustang convertible is one of those cars where not one inch of it hasn’t been restored, polished or touched. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing and unique 1968 Mustang.  All the way around, inside, outside, under the hood and even underneath the car there is something that has been changed, if not all of it. This car has won many awards after its restoration and its current owner purchased the car after it's restoration. One look at this stunning aqua paint and you will fall in love instantly. From far away you will like it but when you get really close you will be able to see all of the details this car has and how much time was put into it to get it to how it looks now.  The gaps are stunning and the panels are as straight as they can ever be, just like the car looked in 1968, maybe even a little better. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 El Camino


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GM based it's second generation El Camino on the Chevelle platform. The 65 was treated to a mist blue metalic paint job about 1 year ago. The bed was not painted at the time however. We want to thank our friends at the Frontiers of Flight Museum, located just outside of Dallas Love Field, for their great location for some of our photos. We highly suggest visiting this great museum when you are in Dallas.The body on the El Camino is very straight and in excellent condition. The mileage is said to be original, but we have no documents proving that. The interior appears to be original and is showing it's age. The dash is still in good condition, but there are some cracks in the upholstery.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1987 Camaro IROC Z


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We would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers Of  Flight Museum for their great backdrop for our ads. Please stop in and visit this great museum. They are located just outside of Dallas Love Field. Slant nose styling gives the Iroc a sportier look. The engine compartment is very well detailed. The 350 L98 spec'd at 225 hp @ 4400. Dual driving lights are down in the lower bumper spoiler. All Iroc Z's came with 145 speedo's this year. There is an aftermarket tach on the dash. Car comes with power windows and locks, and original radio. The cars interior is a gray cloth that complements the white paint and black accents.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1968 Buick Skylark Regal


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It was purchased from the original owner around 1990 by a Buick collector who kept it about 10 years and sold it to another Buick collector. Current owner bought it from a friend who had it for sale at his small dealership in North Dallas.All for headlights are T3 bulbs. The driver's side low beam is out, but owner is reluctant to replace it since they all match. Vinyl top is near perfect. 68 was the only year for the "halo" effect of the top around the rear window.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2008 Lincoln Mark LT


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Americans sure love pick up trucks, they also love luxury so what is better than having both in one? For them, there 2008 lincoln Mark LT luxury pickup was built. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present to you this 08’ Lincoln. Based on full size pick up, the Mark LT differentiation is the waterfall grille, additional trim and special taillights.  The 2008 Lincoln Mark LT offered in one crew cab body style with a 5.5 foot bed. A four-wheel drive and 18-inch alloy wheel, plenty of chrome trim, bumpers and mirrors. This one showcases  black metallic paint in  nice condition; there are some minor scratches on the body,  and its bed currently has a rubber mat and shows a little wear. The truck has the power package,  a sunroof and many more options.  In this year the Lincoln pick up truck earned a five star rating for its crash worthiness in frontal impacts. The interior will offer more of a luxury look. Starting with its wide, accommodating seats. The Lincoln Mark LT interior with its contrasting wood accents and leather give the impression expected of a premium brand.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1965 Chevy Chevelle Malibu


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Chevelle Malibu was Chevy's entry into the muscle car battle with the other auto builders in 64. The SS was available in a 2 door hard top and convertible version in 65. This Malibu is an SS tribute. It is badged very well, and has many SS features. However, you can tell by the VIN# and some other details that it is not the real thing.  It is a nice driver quality car. It is an older frame off restoration according to it's current owner. Chrome trim and bumpers in excellent shape and not showing any rust. Power disk front brakes and drums in the back. We want to thank our friends at Frontiers Of Flight Museum for their great background for our photo shoots. Please visit this great museum located just outside of Dallas Love Field.

 

 

 

 


1967 Pontiac Boneville


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There are not many cars from 1960's that you can just go out and purchase that have been literally untouched since day one. This 1967 Bonneville is just that, over the entire life of this car, it has had 5 owners, only 2 of them actually paid for the car. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this Pontiac Bonneville. We have the entire paper trail of this car from it's original window sticker, to the current owners title and everything in between. Each one of those owners very few miles a year on the vehicle. A car with a paper trail like this one can really be a key factor in knowing your getting a true original, including a PHS report, window sticker and all the copies from when the car was first bought. 

 

 

 


 

1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V


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For those of us back in the 70's not looking to get into the muscle car world were looking for a way to cruise around town in style. This Mark V was a stunning alternative for those looking for comfort and class. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V. The Mark V has been technically a one owner car. Owned by the same woman almost all of it's life, the car was left to her great nephew upon her passing. He has only owned it a short time and has driven it very little. It is a very well kept car. The car includes its original documentation, owners manual, owners card and odometer mileage statement front 1977. The Continental series is one of the most widely known factory lines produced by a Lincoln. Luxury was first class and still plenty of power to get where you were going in a hurry. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1953 Alving Healey


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When it comes to rare, no other cars come near the rarity of this Alvis Healey. The reason this car is considered so rare is that there were a limited number of the cars actually built and the cars never made it into production. Being one out of only 25 Alvis Healeys ever built, it is said to be included in the small number of only seven that are actually running  and on the road. Needless to say, you won't find yourself running across another one of these automobiles anytime soon. Mounted on the well known Healey chassis, the shell for this all enveloping aluminum body is produced by Panelcraft and trimmed at the Healey works. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this 1953 Alvis Healey. The current owner purchased the car from one of the known owners of the car, Mr. Lang of Chronoswiss watch Company. Mr. Lang purchased the car in 2006. Many of the photos on the internet show this car with it's Chronoswiss logos. A man named Roger Crouch is the secretary of the Association of Healey owners; which is a club that looks after Healey cars built by Donald Healey Motor Company in Warwick. There is a letter personally signed by Roger Crouch that invites the upcoming new owner of this Healey to be part of the Association.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1970 Corvette Stingray 454


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Looking for a Corvette that hits all of the right numbers is not easy, Stingrays production is one of the most well known automotive cars of all time. Most believe it is more popular than any of the Mustangs produced. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1970 Chevrolet Corvette 454.This glorious example of a true Big Block Stingray leaves no wondering  how massive the corvette was during its time in the muscle car era. The exterior is covered in a Marlboro Maroon finish and is still in excellent condition. The car has been completely restored, the exterior has been repainted. All the way from the engine to each and every inch of this amazing Corvette.

 

 

 


1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air / 496 Big Block


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This beauty can really pack a punch while looking gorgeous at the same time. Bel-Air guys can relate to Corvette owners in terms of how there is sometimes no expense spared to make sure their ride is truly one of a kind. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air custom ride getting its amazing power from a 496 cu in big block. This Chevy Bel-air is a prime example of what hard work can produce. There is a full list of aftermarket goodies this car has; from the interior, to the exterior, and even the hood.Pictures can not even explain how great of a body this car has, the fenders and all of the chrome around the car are in beyond perfect condition, even though it has been driven almost 14,000 miles since its build. This car has been well taken care of since that time. 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 be sure to visit them.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1964 Pontiac Star Chief


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You may have seen one of these cars in your neighbors garage when you were a kid. Back in 1964 Pontiac's most popular cars were the GTO and Bonneville. The Star Chief was more of a family car. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas presents this 1964 Pontiac Star Chief.  The Odometer shows 5,178 miles. It was in storage since 1974. We have no documents however to prove this to be actual miles. The exterior looks almost new with excellent GM Bermuda Blue PPG paint. There are one or two very minor flaws on close inspection. This 4 door is accented with new 18” chrome wheels.The interior is totally original. Someone had begun a very nice restoration on this classic old original. The original interior shows some wear and tear. The interior is all that is needed to complete this restoration. Bench seats in front and rear with arm rests for added comfort and style.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1957 Ford Thunderbird


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This beautiful 1957 thunderbird represent a remarkable time in the 50's. Many enthusiasts consider the "baby birds" one of a kind cars. Subtle tail curves, a wider grille, Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to bring this 57 T-Bird to you.  In beautiful Thunderbird red over a red and white interior, its combination as any other thunderbird is what draws peoples attention. It is the cars original color. This is an older restoration.  The fit and finish is very good on this car, and it is absolutely straight.  Nothing is better than  well-applied paint, with a shiny surface that looks wonderful on a T-Bird body. These types of cars are all about the details, from excellent chrome on the rear all the way to the front. There are a few minor scratches as seen above, and in a few of our other shots. Another feature on this amazing Ford Thunderbird, is the chrome original hub caps with a  wide white and red wheels.  The addition of the Continental kit really adds to the great look of this car. The hard top with its porthole is a classic look.

 

 

 

 




 


1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this famous 'Cuda convertible. This car is known as Nash Bridges #1, used in the filming of the Nash Bridges television series starring Don Johnson. Four cars were produced for the series. This car is actually the lone real Cuda of the group and the 1st acquired for filming. The other cars were 318s. From the factory, this car was one of approximately 85 4-speed 340 convertible Cuda's produced in 1970.
This is a fully documented, completely restored example and is the sole Nash Bridges car now powered by the 426 Hemi

“Frank Bennetti, movieland car czar, was recruited by Don Johnson to acquire four matching Curious Yellow Cuda convertibles. Bennetti's frantic search for 'Cuda convertibles was on . He found the first car (VIN: BS27H0B163146) in the Los Angeles area the next day. It was a decent restoration of a 1970 'Cuda 340 automatic. The owner had converted it from a four-speed, and had kept all the parts needed to restore it back to manual shift. Bennetti's team pulled the 340 engine and replaced it with a warmed-over 360. When the four-speed was installed, a Lakewood scattershield was fitted at Don Johnson's personal request. Other modifications include the installation of a '71 front clip replete with a Shaker hood scoop. This car turned out to be Johnson's favorite of the group and was not to be used for jumps. But, in the first episode of the fall '96 season, this 'Cuda rocketed through a San Francisco intersection at low altitude and upon landing, the front end collapsed. The front end was then rebuilt with a heavy duty K member with heavy duty torsion bars, and more. This car has a rubber front bumper, whereas the other cars are painted steel. "
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe


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1969 would be the last year of the available 427 c.i. big block V8 engine. This example is powered by a latter 454 c.i. with aluminum heads, good for 390+ horsepower. Block casting number is 14018445. Induction duties are taken care of by a Holley 4bbl. carburetor atop a Weiand aluminum intake manifold. The manifold has been painted Lemans Blue. Vintage finned aluminum valve covers were chosen as well as braided lines and anodized fittings for the fuel rail and more. This is a clean and detailed engine compartment.

This is your opportunity to own a very unique big block 454 powered 1969 Corvette Stingray Coupe.
The exterior is finished in the correct Lemans Blue finish. The paint shows excellent. This refinish was completely less than 2 years ago and shows beautifully today. The body fit and finish is exceptional.
A classic one-piece stinger design hood has been fitted on this car along with a flared fender kit for the aggressive, yet subtle look. This car is certainly true to its Corvette heritage. Badged as a 427 powered example, this car sports a stout 454 c.i. big block V8.
 


 

1972 Chevrolet Chevelle


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If you're like the owner of this car and prefer the look of the later Chevelle and the sound of a small block then this 1972 Chevelle Malibu will get your attention with no doubt, and Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present it to you. This car has been owned by one family only. The VIN# decodes to tell us this was an Arlington, Texas built car with a 307 from the factory.  In June of 1992 the car went under factory specs restoration through May 1993 to restore its age of 20 years with all original colors maintained. The Forest green will impress  you with how great it looks and how good the condition  is throughout, considering it has been 20 years since the restoration. The look is definitely traditional, but thats always what you want in your small block Chevelle, finish quality is great and the car was clearly very straight before any paint or work was done to the car. No worries about what is hiding in places we cannot see this car is in very go condition. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1956 Chevrolet BelAir Nomad


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 To this day, wagons are seen by most as a “soccer mom” or “grocery getter” type of vehicle. But, in 1955 the automotive world was introduced to the most jaw-dropping wagon ever produced. The Chevy Nomad was a wagon based off the popular Bel-Air already in production by Chevy. Nomads were produced on and off from 1955 to 1972. This  wagon was truly a status symbol around the country, and would leave others in envy once you passed by. This 1956 Nomad has been under its current ownership for about 3 years and it is nothing short of pure eye candy.  The wagon can be considered a “show car” after you take one detailed glance over the car to see that not a single inch was untouched.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1974 Volkswagen Thing Julius


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It may look like the illegitimate love child of a shipping container and a dumbster, but the VW Thing was in fact the resurrection of a German military vehicle. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present this 1974 Volkswagen "Thing". The Volkswagen Type 181 was a two-wheel drive, four-door, convertible, off-road, military vehicle manufactured by Volkswagen from 1968 to 1983.  Originally developed for the German Army, the Type 181 was also sold to the public, as the Kurierwagen in Germany, the Trekker in the United Kingdom, the Thing in the United States (1973-1974), and the Safari in Mexico. Civilian sales ended after model year 1980.  The Thing has been popular not because it could go "fast" or has a beautiful body design, but mostly because it was just so strange. The body is squarish and utilitarian, but undeniably unique for a passenger car. The orange paint makes this car even more unique, a shine that looks like it was just done not long ago.

 

 

 

 


 

 

2000 Chevrolet 1500 Z-71


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Chevrolet is probably if not the most well known automotive brand of all times. Silverado is their big pick up truck and most known for the successor of the C/K series updated on the outside while everything underneath is brand new. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas presents this 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Z-71 extended cab. The 1500 Silverado is the smaller of the wolf pack of all Silverado models. The Z-71 suspension option raises the Silverado up 2.7 inches, a full-length bed and additional cab room.   This great one owner low mileage truck scores very well on the Auto Check report. In an average of 63-81 points it scores a 94. We can email you the report upon request. Chevy never goes wrong when choosing the styling of each of their models. They wanted people to know what it was right away, the Silverado is more rounded and the flare side bed adds a good bit of character. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2004 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars is pleased to offer for sale an exceptional example of a 2004 Corvette convertible. This is a 3 owner low mileage car. This extremely low mileage car is stunning in it's color combination of dark blue LaMans paint with a tan top and matching leather interior. The top is easily retracted back or pulled closed manually.  The corvette is equipped with  a suspension that is so popular it is used on many resto-mod classic cars because of its smoothness.   This car is equipted with 4-wheel ABS, front and rear vented disc brakes, and traction control.  The 20" chrome wheels, are wrapped in 275/40 Z run-flat tires. With these tires you could experience a puncture and still travel 50 miles before the tires ran out of air. We want to thank our friends at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum, located at Dallas Love Field, for allowing us to shoot many of our photos there. Please visit this great museum when you are in Dallas. 

 

 

 

 


1989 BMW 635 CSI


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1989 BMW 635 CSI. The BMW 635 roots date back to the high performance Cs coupes of the late 60's, combining styling and powerful  SOHC engines for great performance.  The black exterior is in  fair condition, showing  the car has been driven  throughout its 24 years, and displaying chips and scratches in the paint. This BMW has had regular tune ups over the course of the years, there are receipts showing all of what has been done to the car mainly maintenance work. There is also a large bin of parts, from plugs to shifter knobs. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1969 Camaro Pace Car. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 


 

1972 Chevrolet El Camino


 

 

Chevrolet El Camino was most known and specifically made to be a utility vehicle between 1959-60 and 1964-87. In 1972 El Caminos wore single parking and side marker lights on their front fenders. Not often do we get to see a car like this in very nice condition, and Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present to you this 1972 El Camino. Many years ago, people back in, 1972 could easily call this El Camino, Chevy's cool truck. It was basically a Chevelle body with a bed and was very interesting to the muscle car crowd. It can be very hard to come across one of these cars that is very straight, clean, unabused and this one is the very prime example of one. The bright yellow custom paint makes this car look handsome and especially when it's combined with custom stripes in the rear of the car and a cowl induction hood. 

 

 

 


 

1969 Corvette Stingray


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Green Corvettes were common back in 1969 but today it is very rare to see a car this color. Get it on and pull up in a 1969 Stingray and you will be sure to have a guaranteed great parking spot at the valet parking at your favorite restaurant.  Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to bring to you this amazing 1969 Corvette Stingray.  This classic Corvette refined the new 1969 model with changes that increased horse power as well as changing small things that were not liked by customers; In 68 they had the push down handle and the push button together which was not a great idea. In 69 GM went back to the press down handle again. The paint is  in great condition, there is no mistaking the sleek shape of a Corvette when it's out on the roads. This one has a very nice look and clean lines. What are the odds,  the car vin tag and the title have the same numbers and the engine and transmission are off by one number. The title and VIN tag end in 703462, and the engine and transmission are stamped 703465.

 

 

 



 


1972 Chevrolet C-20 Custom Pickup Truck


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The exterior showcases an older driver quality finish in Midnight Blue with Silver accents. The paint is driver quality at best, with a number of chips and imperfections. There is also orange peel texture to the paint. This is a 20-footer paint job on an otherwise good and solid body.
This is a 127-inch wheelbase truck riding on custom 16-inch alloy wheels. The tires are older Goodyear Eagle GT IIs out back sized at 285/60R16s and newer 225/60R16 radials up front.
Under the hood is a rebuilt 350 c.i. V8 paired with the TH350 automatic transmission. This engine has been fitted with an Edelbrock aluminum intake and 4bbl. carburetor. Exhaust gases are expelled through iron manifolds to true dual exhaust pipes. Ignition spark is provided by a GM HEI distributor. Just recently the air conditioning system was replaced with a new condensor, compressor, and lines. It blows cold.
The interior features clean blue and silver vinyl upholstery and is in need of some finish work. The dash houses functional gauges and is missing a radio. Also, the center air conditioning vent will need to be installed. The air blows cold, without vents for direction.


1966 Oldsmobile Toronado


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Back in 1966 everybody knew exactly what Oldsmobile stood for, this one features a black paint all through out and chrome bumpers, the Toronado weighing 4800 pounds, 211 inches long, and riding on a 119 wheelbase, was the first front-drive production car made in America since 1937. The Toronado has not been restored, it looks as though it may have been painted, but overall is quite original. The body as a whole is pretty straight and shows some chips and defects throughout the entire car on the exterior. This is a really good candidate for a restoration. The interior sure showcases a 1966 Oldsmobile look with no doubt. Including bench seats front and back; very spacious. Light cream looking color seats and its complimentary black in some parts of the car.  The paint on the front of the dash is peeling, but otherwise the dash is in very good condition.

 

 


 

1957 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight


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The Oldsmobile 98 was a full size automobile and the flagship model of the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. A complete reengineering greeted the Oldsmobile fans in 1957. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 57' Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight. We are happy to present this very nice 4 door sedan that is a good driver. Again the top of the line Oldsmobile was 4 door body style 98 series, this year is officially titled Starfire 98.  Being part of its tasteful 50's styling, this car showcases a light turquoise paint, in very nice condition and a prime example of how amazing this car was when new and how much more value it has now adays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

1969 Pontiac GTO


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful PHS documented 1969 Pontiac GTO Hardtop Coupe. This car is finished in its unique factory two-tone colors of Midnight Green & Cameo White. It is in excellent condition and a joy to drive or show.
The GTO was in its 2nd year of a dramatic re-design in 1969. The front end was equipped with the classic endura bumper. This example has a replacement nose piece. 1969 would also be the first year of the "Judge" package.
This classic GTO was sold new at Ken Bender Buick-Pontiac Inc. in St Charles, Missouri at a cost of $4,316.57. The exterior has been refinished in the its rare original Midnight Green with Cameo White Top. The paint is in very good to excellent condition throughout. The body is exceptionally straight.
The doors, hood, and trunk lid open and close correctly. This is a beautiful car.

 

 


 

 

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454


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The 1970 Chevelle is almost one of those cars that wherever it goes has a universal appeal. A 454 big  block Chevy is the king of muscle cars. This one is an exceptional example that offers show quality curves and options, and it extremely accurate to the smallest detail. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present to you this 1970 Chevelle SS 454. Cars like this demand high quality owners. Rolling around in a Chevelle SS 454 sends a pretty nice message to those looking at it driving around the streets. When it has the original factory white SS stripes over a black paint all it screams is performance. What we have here is a car that is very close to being a totally original car.  Factory original cowl induction hood fits well, and chrome hood pins give it extra detail that only works on vintage muscle cars like this 1970 Chevelle.

 

 

 

 


1970 Oldsmobile 442


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This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible represents the highlight of Oldsmobile performance. Powered by a 455 cu in V-8 making 370 hp, this car is ready to hit the road. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1970 442 Oldsmobile. This car is a real 442 Oldsmobile, the previous owner decided to do a W30 recreation of the car.  He added the signature red inner fenders and all of the  W30 badging to the car. Featuring code 78 Burgundy Mist  paint with white stripes,  the paint is clear and shows almost no chips or imperfections. Bumpers front and rear are in perfect shape,  the body is straight as a pin and all body panels line up well. Its convertible black top is in great condition, no tears or marks throughout and it fits in place just like it should, coming  with a cusom boot,  as shown in the pictures. The black vinyl seats, front and rear, have been  recovered and new foam added within the last year.

 

 

 

 


 

1998 Pontiac Trans Am


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In 1998 Trans Am received a face lift dominated by the new pop up headlights as well as other modifications, GM saved the best for last with its fourth generation Firebirds. This one is the upgraded version equipped with the WS6 package. T, which boosted horse power from 285 to 305. There were only 255 of these Trans Ams built in 1998.  Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1998 Pontiac Trans Am.  Much of the credit for this enhanced civility belongs to the new LS1 V8 engine, a variant of the power plant. The engines major component the aluminum block, the revised head design, the eight coil ignition system.  There's no mistaking on recognizing a 98' Trans Am in the streets, finished in a silver paint which was by far the most popular color in 1998. Still as shiny as the day it was new, the body has been maintained for more than a decade and shows very little evidence of having been driven. 

 

 

 

 


 

1985 Jaguar XJ6


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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.

 

 

 

 


1969 Corvette Stingray 427


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The elegance and beauty of a typical GM convertible and the raw American muscle of a big block 427, this 1969 corvette has it all. Over the years, corvette has been a prime example of how automobiles can perform under any driving circumstance. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1969 Corvette Stingray.In the straights, around the corners, or even showing off at the local car show, this beauty is the complete package. Making it even more mouthwatering is that fact that the car has its original matching numbers engine. The current owner has had the car here locally for 13 years and he purchased it from a local Dallas resident. You will see from the photos that it is clearly a dry weather car.The exterior is a classic example of how GM was able to draw you in without even lifting the hood. The brilliant red paint is eye catching. The factory corvette rally wheels wrapped in Goodyear rubber help provide as much traction as you can for all 390 ponies under the hood. 

 

 

 

 

 



 


1926 Rolls Royce Twenty


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The Rolls Royce was coined the "Best Car in the World" in 1906. Over 100 years later, much has changed but the phrase remains true. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very rare 1926 Rolls Royce Twenty, chassis # GZK53.
This Rolls Royce showcases an older restoration along with a recent, extensive engine rebuild at a cost of over $11,000. The body is finished in burgundy & black with a tan convertible top. The Rolls Royce chassis measuring at 129-inch wheelbase, vintage 20-inch wire wheels are wrapped in 6.00-20 Denman Rayon Whitewall Tires, complete with a matching rear-mount spare.
During the mid 1930s, the 1920s designed Rolls Royce cars were becoming out of fashion. The chassis however remained extremely servicable and durable. Two London coachbuilders were utilized to construct updated bodies, the most exclusive of these was the Three-Position Drophead Coupe. The Drophead Coupe body was based on the superior post 1925 Rolls Royce chassis, chosen for the 4-wheel braking system. The body was further updated with vertical radiator shutters and more modern steering wheel. This example features these unique features along with a later leather upholstery & antique woodwork. Little history is available on these unique Rolls Royce cars.

 


1951 Ford F-100


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In the history of automobile, the 1951 Ford F-1 pickup marked a turning point in both styling and engine design. This meant better functionality and ergonomics in a time when both the accent was put mainly on force and engine optimization.951 Ford truck was painted a different exterior color, it was originally all green. It was painted a dark maroon to match the Texas A&M color. According to the previous owner, it was owned by the college and  it attended  all of  the home games at A & M.This 1951 Ford Truck sits on P235 75 R/15 both in the rear and the front of the car. The quality of the paint is extremely professional as can be seen with the reflection in the picture. The current owner has kept this truck in storage and taken very good care of this great old '51 Ford. We are not sure just when the restoration was done, but the truck has been driven very little over the past few years.  years.Simple and clean  is the interior which  has been completely restored about five or six years ago, while holding  to its original roots. The bench is comfortable with a renewed vinyl cover with its fresh upholstery and matching door panels.
 


2003 Chevrolet Super Sport Roaster


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How many convertible roof pickup trucks could you name? Not many, in fact this car combines the look of a customized 1950's pickup with the rear-wheel drive power train of a sports car. Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this 2003 Chevrolet SSR (Super Sport Roaster). Based on GM's midsize SUV models, the SSR has a high seating position and trucklike ride. It has just two seats and a pickup bed with a convertible top.This SSR has not seen much light in these past years, it is brand new and it still smells like it. With its window sticker still in place this truck will give you what your looking for. Only 38 miles put on the car, it has a long life to live ahead. The car has remained in storage and has not been exposed to the real world yet. The paint is in extremely good condition as it is shown in all the pictures. For any Chevy fan this would be a fun choice combining postwar cruiser image with a very modern day hardware and reliability.

 

 

 

 

 


1972 Chevrolet C-10


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This 1972 C-10  has undergone a very nice restoration. It was just finished in the last month or so. Built by a local private builder here in the Dallas area, it has been done very tastefully, still looking very original with slight modifications. Bragging show quality paint, a fresh 350 engine and 308 Posi rear end and 700 R transmission, this is one of those vehicles you would love to own. With an original  524 red orange paint code,  the builder went with showcasing a deep base coat / clear coat in Hugger Orange, giving this car a show-worthy look. All of the exterior trim pieces are new. The bodywork has professionally been rendered, and it looks better than it did when brand new many years ago; all the chrome and stainless steel are in good condition.  The C-10s were built to be driven, but this one would now be a good contender at any local show.

 

 


 

1931 Essex Sedan Super Six


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The Essex was a brand of automobile produced by the Essex Motor Company from 1918-1922 and Hudson Motor Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1922 and 1932.  Thus meaning not many were built and are very rare to come by if you are in the market.  This Essex has been resto-mod restored with many new modern features. However, there is still many features installed which were originally equipped on the vehicle. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this 1931 Essex Sedan Super Six. The exterior still looks as good as it did back in 1931. The car has been painted black which can be determined was the factory color. Starting up front, you first notice the massive front fenders on either side of the huge chrome front bumper.

 

 

 

 

 




 


1957 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Wagon

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic, restored 1957 Chevrolet Two-Door Sedan Delivery Wagon. This car is powered by a built performance 350 c.i smallblock V8 paired with a 700R4 automatic transmission. The interior features custom upholstery and the exterior is finished in a tasteful pearl creme paint job.
A unique and rare member of the Tri-Five family, the '57 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery featured an upright B pillar unlike the sloped pillar of the Nomad Wagon. This example features exceptional paint and body. This is a classic sure to turn heads.
The 1955-57 Chevrolet were well-known for their V8 engines. This Special Delivery continues the tradition with a well massaged 350 c.i. smallblock V8. This powerplant features all the goods including a Holley 4bbl carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake and Dart Iron Eagle cylinder heads with 2.02 intake & 1.60 exhaust valves. A thumpity-thump Crane hydraulic 284 camshaft and free-flowing header dual exhaust system round out this healthy engine combination. The transmission of choice is a stout TH400 automatic.
 


1969 Camaro Z11 Indy Pace Car


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Replicas of the pace cars were white RS/SS convertibles with white tops ordered under RPO Z11. All of the options that were available on this car are the same ones as the original Pace Cars. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1969 Camaro Pace Car.  1969 marked the second time in three years that Camaro had been chosen to pace the Indy 500. To help them stand out on the large Indy track the 1969 pace cars were designed to be visible and painted Dover white RS/SS and Hugger Orange stripes  and houndstooth vinyl and cloth seats.The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1969 Camaro Pace Car. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Now lets open the doors to a unique 1969 Camaro. The interior, door panels, upholstery,  and dashboard are very nicely detailed, and orange bucket seats are in place up front and  bench seat in the back. 

 

 

 


1935 Chevy Sedan

Daddy's Girl


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The Master Deluxe 4-door Sedan,  was priced at $660 and weighted 3,085 pounds in 1935. The car had a production of 57,771. Both front a rear doors opened towards the front, which over the years became known as suicide doors.Daddy's girl is the name of this 1935 Chevy 4 door Master Sedan, its the original body with fiberglass fenders. One of 1,200 ordered for military staff cars. Stationed at Ft. Bliss until 1941 at which time she was transferred to White Sands, N.M. In 1946 the Army retired her to the moth ball fleet. She remained untouched until 1957 when she was sold as scrap to a Salvage company.For two more years she was unattended until Diamond Auto Wreckers in OK purchased her. In 1971 she was bought by Kirk Williams of Oklahoma City for $20; her restoration began in 1985. By 1991 Donald Fife of Modesto, CA bought Daddy's girl and during the next eighteen months she won numerous trophies. 

 


 


2004 Mercury Marauder


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This may look like a typical  Grand Marquis from the outside but a true Marauder is everything but that. Under the hood you will find the strong Interceptor engine. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present to you this 2004 Mercury Marauder. Late 2004 was the end of another era of Marauders. Here's your chance to own one. This one still has a great deal of driving pleasure ahead of it. The Marauder has only had one owner  since it was purchased new. You can see that it has been well taken care of. This was Mercury's way to show you can still have fun in a "town car" style vehicle like you would see driving people around town. All the luxuries are still there of drivability and comfort but with the addition of enough power to note this car a true sleeper. Typically you will see these cars coated in a black exterior but this Mercury stands out from the rest showing off its beautiful burgundy exterior. If you take a close look at the exterior of the car you can see some spots have scratches and a few dings.

 

 

 

 


1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air


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This is a very meticulously restored very desirable 1956 Chevrolet Nomad 2 door wagon. A complete frame on restoration with every nut and bolt touched was completed in May of 2009 with just under 1200 miles after restoration this car is ready to hit the roads. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing Chevrolet Nomad. Finished in yellow with white inserts this wagon is an eye catcher anywhere it goes. The body was completely stripped down to the metal and finished flawlessly. There is absolutely not a speck of rust or corrosion anywhere on this beauty. While the body was being worked over all the chrome was straightened and refinished. Everything from the windshield trim to the bumpers have been finished to like new condition.  

 

 

 

 

 


1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver


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The 25th anniversary Corvette, it stands alone today as all Corvettes have since the summer of 1953, a truly unique and finely machined two seater, America's only true production sports car. The legend lives on and improves as legends do, with the passage of the time. The 1978 Corvette is a prime example of style, with its silver exterior and power can be easily combined to create an eventful experience for even the highest of collectors.
In addition to adding silver anniversary badges to the exterior, changes for 78' included squared-up instruments panel housing for the gauges, redesigned door panels with new armrests and door pulls.  This is a very nice low mileage original. The current owner bought it from it's original owner. Sold on the east coast, it was built with the higher 185 hp and not one of the 175 hp cars sold in California. The first owner put the majority of miles on the car. It was in storage for quite some time and the current owner purchased it in 2008. GM made sure that this car was going to appeal to car enthusiast for many years and the 1978 Corvette, has lived up to that reputation. If you're looking to be able to enjoy yourself and have the time of your life, this Corvette will more than suffice that urge.

 

 

 


1965 Shelby Cobra Replica


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1965 Shelby Cobra recreation, this beauty is a quality replica from Backdraft Racing located in Durbin, South Africa,  they specialize in the re-creation of the Shelby Cobra roadsters. Producing many types of options, even track models complete with a hard top. The Shelby Cobra is to this day one of the most iconic and rarest sports car roadsters to ever come off the assembly line. Because of the rather high prices the true Shelbys brings, the "re-creation" aftermarket kit has become a thriving business for many companies.

 

 


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. Now, the car is being sold to help raise money for their next build,  and it is the second car we have sold for them.

 

 



1969 Mercury Cougar Convertible


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We are proud to present this very nice 1969 Cougar. This car was originally purchased in Odessa, Texas. At 101,000 miles, this Cougar was treated to an extensive restoration.All of this work took place January to June, 2010 at a documented cost of $18,511.74. Much work was done including the engine rebuilt, transmission rebuilt, interior restoration work, and an extensive suspension rebuild. We have a portfolio full of receipts and a typed 
chronological summary of the work performed.This is a quality car you can drive, show and enjoy. We hope that you enjoy our presentation. In October of 2011, the Cougar had clocked 3300 miles since the rebuild. It was treated to a new set of points and new fuel filter and a tune up. The Cougar now has only 3706 miles on the odometer.As always we would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers of  Flight Museum located just outside of Dallas Love Field. They always welcome us to do our photo shoots at their great museum. Please stop in and pay them a visit if you find yourself in Dallas.

 



 


1957 Chevrolet BelAir


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Chevrolet's classic 1957 Wagon was available in several configurations. This is the top-level BelAir Beauville Wagon. This unique wagon displays custom yellow paint along with its correct & polished BelAir trim throughout. The doors, hood and tailgate-decklid open and close as they should.
The interior features black vinyl seating front to back.
The dash is clean and in good condition, fitted with an aftermarket AM/FM stereo cassette. The factory steering wheel was also retained. The dash was refinished along with the rest of the car in the custom yellow finish.
The tailgate lowers in place and is solid throughout. The interior has been custom upholstered in carpeting throughout.
Rubber BelAir floor mats are fitted front to back.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this classic '57 Chevrolet BelAir Beauville Wagon.
The bumper end pieces were BelAir options & the gold script and grille mesh also hints at the "V8" power under the hood.
 


1966 Corvair Monza


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We are very happy to present this very nice example of the 1966 Corvair Monza. Please enjoy our presentation.
The car had been painted yellow in the 1970's, it was recently repainted in the original Tropic Turquoise, however a black primer was used and the top coat shows as a beautiful deep blue. Really stunning with the white convertible top and bright blue interior.
The paint is very shiny and the trim is very nice and largely original. This is not a number one perfect car, but rather the car has leaded a comfortable existence, well maintained by its current owner. Since new it has always been in good condition and regularly gets what it needs in order to keep it looking and running as it should. The bright work on the Corvair is in good condition, with only one or two little dents. The bumpers show well.
The interior is all original from factory, never been retouched. New rockers were installed in 2010 as well as, body panels straightened new rubber gaskets, window felts, front windshield and some smaller moldings replaced. Everything is in very good condition.
 


1969 Dodge 440 Six Pack Super Bee


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1 of only 826, hardtop 440 6-pack 4- speed A12 Super Bees produced in 1969. Finished in the original Hemi Orange, this car was restore about 5 years ago and has only been driven 2,700 miles.The engine in the car is a date-correct 1969  E440 HP 440. The carbs are correct part numbers for a 1969 1/2 4 speed car andhe air cleaner assembly is original.The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photo shoot of this awesome 1969 Super Bee. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

 


 


1984 Porsche 911 Cabriolet


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There are few cars that have been successful on racetrack around the world, Porsche venerable icon is one of perhaps a dozen designs that more than anything simply says "sports car". Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1984 Porsche Carrera Cabriolet 911.
The down force created from this massive spoiler or whale's tail as it is often referred to, helps provide superb handling at high speeds.
The paint shows well, with some minor imperfections.
The Carrera's interior is compact yet accommodating; you will have no trouble telling that its layout is typical from the 1980s.
All redone black leather interior well maintained by its owner, including aftermarket alpine AM/FM CD radio working in perfect conditions.
 


1963 Ford Falcon Futura


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The Falcon features a  289 with 348 dyno-verified horsepower. This is a very nice Falcon Futura ready to show, drive, and enjoy. A close inspection down either side will confirm clean and detailed Rangoon Red paintwork and beautiful bright work. This is a well-documented example with receipts and paperwork detailing the parts used and worked performed to restore this red hot custom Falcon. This Atlanta, Georgia produced '63 Ford Falcon Futura two-door hardtop is restored in its original color of Rangoon Red. The paint and brightwork are in exceptional condition throughout this car. The finished work was done in 2002 with receipts to verify, its condition today a testament to the high quality restoration work on this car.

 

 


1971 Pontiac Grand Prix


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The Grand Prix was completely redesign for the 70's; featuring a longer hood, upper part of the bumper runs across the grille, seven inch single lamps, the addition of boattail molded rear deck lid. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present this 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix. Showcasing a deep dark green finish, the car was painted approximately 3-4 years ago to it's original color. It is a three owner  car  one of which was dealership. It has clearly been very well kept and the car is all original, with straight body panels, chrome and stainless trim. The interior is in very nice shape with a creamy green all throughout the seats and dashboard. Featuring bucket seats in the front, showing no signs of tears or cracks. The dashboard displays individual gauges, all working. The mileage shows this car has not been driven very often, the first owner who had it for most of it's life,  passed away and it was sold to a dealership which immediately sold the car to its current owner.

 


 


1956 Chevrolet Pick-Up 3100


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When the current owner bought this '56 Chevrolet, it was a running, driving solid pickup. It was equipped with a 350 Chevy under the hood and its body work was decent. But while the truck was nice it was not nice enough.As you will see by our photos, the owner took the 56 to another level. This 1956 Chevy 3100 pick up sure shows the joy of simplicity. In today's world sometimes it's nice to sit and drive in something that just does its job like a machine and enjoying it while driving it. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1956 Chevrolet 3100 pickup.

 

 

 

 


1970 Chevrolet Chevelle 454


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle. This quality example features a built 454 ci engine making it a joy to drive. The exterior is finished in a quality charcoal color base coat/clear coat.
This is a modified 1970 Chevelle that has had some major upgrades to the engine. The work was done by a local mechanic who was working at a Chevy dealership. Overall the car is in good condition. The trunk is solid with no sign of rust, and the body does not show signs of rust either. The paint is fair and the interior is in good condition as well. The body panels line up well.
There is a Mallory Pro Tac, 15" Weld Racing Wheels, 28x10 15LT sportsman rear tires.
There is the specially designed racing hood to compensate the high rise manifold.
This Chevelle is powered by a 454 c.i engine with a K&N filter.
The engine has high flow Merlin heads along with a high rise intake allowing for optimum airflow throughout the entire RPM range.

 


1978 Corvette Pace Car


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This year marked the 25th of the Corvette, and Chevrolet introduced the most extensively redesigned Corvette since 1968. Twenty-five years after the birth of "America's Sports Car", the Corvette finally got a chance to pace the Indy 500 in 1978. This car was also the first Pace Car in the history of the race to use an entirely stock drivetrain. Being only 1 of just 6,502 ever produced, along with the 2-tone black silver paint scheme and fender flares, it makes this car a true eye catcher. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1978 Corvette Pace Car. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.


 


1973 Plymouth Barracuda


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This beautiful Mopar really catches the attention of any automotive enthusiast. The iconic dual front headlights lets you know this car means business. This is a "E-body" chassis code while being in the "special" pricing category meaning this model is towards the top of production accessories from the factory. The E-body plymouth Cuda was one of the meanest and sharpest looking cars during the muscle car era, and was built to blow away any of her pony car rivals. The E-body plymouth Cuda was only produced for 4 years.The original owner owned it for 30 years, TX Toy Box purchased this Barracuda about six years ago owned it until the current owner bought it from them. The current owner had the Cuda  painted  Plum Crazy which was a very popular color available in 71 and 72. The car was black when purchased.  The factory rear spoiler is intact. 

 

 

 


1970 Corvette Stingray


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The 1970 Corvette, was a legend before its time. With classic styling, big flared fenders, vent gills and the fiberglass body, the "Vette" is unmistakable. Featuring its 300 horsepower 350cu in V8 engine, this car will take you anywhere desired. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very happy to present this 1970 Corvette Stingray. The 984 Daytona Yellow will definately turn heads. With a very nice paint, but showing, the car is still in very good condition. This 1970 Vette has been owned by one woman since the day she drove it from Friendly Chevrolet's dealership in March of 1971. You've all heard about the little old lady from Pasadena, well we have the true story of the little old lady from Dallas. Now 91, and  still  driving until just last month, we are sure she could tell some great stories about herself and her Stingray.

 

 


2001 Chevrolet Corvette


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This was a trademark year during the Corvette C5 generation. It's the first year GM introduced the Z06 Corvette.  THis standard LS1 can hold its own though. The stylish silver exterior and its all red interior really make this Vette stand out from most other on the production line. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this 2001 Chevrolet Corvette convertible. The car has a manual top that takes little time  to put up and down. Even with the V8 engine under the hood and manual transmission this car is  still seen as being a possible daily driver . Disc brakes can be seen on all four wheels which will help you slow down from any speed. GM equipped the car, with the now iconic, 5-spoke aluminum Corvette Racing wheels. 18 inch wheel are out back and 17 inch wheels fill out the front. The wheels wrapped in Michellin Pilot Sports tires, which will provide more than enough traction for any driving habit you may have.

 

 

 



 


1965 MG MGB Convertible


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Originally conceived as a closed car (think MGB GT), the MG soon developed into a roadster. Introduced in 1962, the MG became endeared in the hearts of motoring enthusiasts for decades to come. This lovingly maintained 1965 model year example sports a recently rebuilt 4-cylinder engine with plenty of power, paired with the 4-speed manual transmission. It is finished in classic British Racing Green and is a blast to drive. This is a long-time one-family owned example since 1966, affectionately refered to as "Kitten".


Under the hood is the stout 4 cylinder engine. This twin-carbureted powerplant was rebuilt with power in mind. It runs smooth and has a linear torque curve. The original 1965 MGB engine was rated at 95 horsepower with peak torque at 110 lb-ft. This example is producing in excess of this, while remaining fully streetable. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' service facility oversaw the rebuild, with new pistons installed, bored .030 over, bearings and seals replaced. Also, the carburetors were both rebuilt. The fuel tank and lines were flushed out and coated. The brakes have been checked. The slave cylinder was replaced. Approximately $7,000 was spent 2 months ago on this rebuild and other work performed to this MGB with verifying paperwork.
 


1973 Red Ford Mustang


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The 1973 Mustang convertible was the last of its type until the 1980's. Only minor changes differentiated the '73 models from previous years. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing and great looking Ford Mustang, equipped with a 351 CID V8 2V rated at 177 hp and a  3 speed automatic transmission.  It has been a one family car for over 30 years, the  current owner purchased it many many years ago wanting to restore it  for his daughter. Ever since then this Mustang has  received 1st place awards on several occasions. It was driven quiet a bit and in 2006 owners decided to refurbish the car again. We have  invoices to show what  has been done. Since then it has been garage kept and driven for fun.  Bright red paint has always been a Mustang classic, and it looks amazing on this '73 model. The car has been restored nicely. The original color however was white,  but the owner felt red was more appealing.


 


1968 Datsun Fairlady 1600


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Datsun roadsters are pleasant-looking with more of a bias toward "cute" than handsome, the small hood and stacked tail lights are unique features. This Datsun has gone under major restorations. Current owner has over $16,000 invested in its restoration. The series was a predecessor to the Z-car in the fairlady line. The SPL311 had an independent front suspension, the hood badge said "DATSUN" in all individual letters, the rear badge said "Fairlady" and the side badge "1600". Originally from Midland , Texas, this car has remained a Texas car since new. This 69' Datsun showcases all brand new interior, with invoices showing all the work that has been done. In 2010 the carpet, door panels, seat covers were all restored making the interior of this car looking like new.

 


 


1965 Ford Mustang Convertible


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This beautiful piece of American automotive history is still to this day seen as a status symbol. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this restored 1965 Mustang Convertible, powered by a 289 cu in V8 engine and a 3 speed automatic transmission, this car allows you to ride in style as well as feel the era of sports car as if it was still present. Not only does just the exterior of this 1965 Red Mustang really grab your eye, but it is also a part of a gold legend Lee Trevino's personal collection. Another eye catcher is that it's a convertible. This is perfect for putting the top down and enjoying the upcoming summer weather while cruising around town.  How would you like to put your clubs in the trunk and show up at the course with this personally  autographed beauty.

 


 


1969 Camaro RS/SS


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We are very pleased to present this magnificent 1969 Camaro RS/SS Convertible. Restored to as close to factory original as it could be, the only non-original item is the oversized dual exhaust system, which includes a pair of Flowmaster mufflers in place of the original transverse piece, making this Camaro sound awesome.
This Camaro was built in the second week of January 1969 in Norwood, CA. It carries a CE warranty replacement block with casting number 395572 and a casting date of 3/21/69. Since the original block is not present, this is not a matching #s car, but is as close as you can get.
1969 was the final year for the first generation of Chevrolet's well received and popular Camaro. The Rally Sport/Super Sport model, just one of many 69 Camaro variations in GM's stable, was both powerful and attractive.
The body work is outstanding. The body panels line up with perfect gaps and accurate alignment throughout.
 


1953 Chevrolet Bel Air 


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We are very proud to present this great 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air. It has been partially restored just recently by a local Dallas gentleman who appreciates the old classics.
In 1953 Chevrolet renamed its series and the Bel Air name was applied to the premium model range. The 53 Chevy was advertised as "entirely new through and through" as well as "a glamorous new star, isn't that about the prettiest thing you ever saw?"
Some changes were, a dressed up body with fresh sheet metal below the belt, one piece windshields, and a prominent oval grille. Rear ends on hardtops gained a bulkier look, and introduced two toning on Bel-Air rear fenders.
Current owner added all new chrome bumpers recently.
Lesser models had no model designation anywhere on the car, only having a Chevy crest on the hood and truck.
Its unique design, emblems and white walls that come with the tires makes your mind want to go back to 1953 while cruising this amazing car on Sunday afternoons.
 


1963 Pontiac Tempest Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1963 Pontiac Tempest Convertible. Nobody else in the car field came close to building a car with this engine and transmission setup. The car to see is the Pontiac Tempest, if you can wait that long. This has been a one family car, it was all original until 1990 when the family decided to repair it  as needed.The Tempest was not driven for the last several years. The owner decided it was time to get her out of the garage and get her running well and asked us to bring the great little car back to life again.  We didn't need to do much. We dropped the fuel tank and had it flushed and cleaned. We changed fuel lines and changed filters. We rebuilt the carburetor and basically just gave the Tempest a really good cleaning. The result is a really nice car to have fun with.This car is equipped with various driving comforts, while still keeping its original and classic look. The exterior is finished in a nice red finish while the interior is a 63' classic red and white to match the exterior. This is a great starter car for the first time classic buyer. It's priced right and economical.

 


 


1954 Airstream Travel Trailer


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A trailer that's light on the hills and fast on the straightaway; a natural for those who want a lightweight trailer to go places. Back in the 1950's, camping was just as much an American pastime as baseball. Getting out to enjoy the great outdoors  to help relieve the problems of a stressful workweek was very popular. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this iconic 1954 Airstream Travel Trailer.  The Airstream is 18 feet in length covered with the iconic aluminum shell. To this day, the exterior of these production travel trailers is unmatched from a visual standpoint. The Wanderer is the travel trailer for two, ideal for rough, back country travel, off the beaten track, where others rarely venture. Extremely light weight, sturdy and tough. Due to its rather short length; there is only a single axle equipped on the chassis. Giving you the opportunity to maneuver when backing up to the perfect position onto a campsite or putting away for storage. 

 

 





 


FINA Go-Kart


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This Go-Kart is owned by retired Dallas Cowboy great, Mr. Pettis Norman. Pettis was instrumental in Tom Landry's defense. He held the Cowboy's tight end position for nearly a decade, helping start the legendary franchises legacy of great tight-ends. The car was won by Mr. and Mrs, Norman in a charity auction at Texas Motor Speedway years ago. It is powered by a Briggs & Stratton 3.5 Horsepower engine and is perfect for beginner Go-Kart drivers. This Go-Kart also makes an excellent conversation piece. You can view it at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.

VIDEO OF THIS GO-KART IN ACTION - - - http://youtu.be/GN-APANFIgc
 


1972 CHEVY BLAZER


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The K/5 Blazer was the smallest full size SUV version of the General Motors C/K Trucks family. Introduced to the Chevrolet line in 1969, the full-size Blazer was replaced in 1995 by the Chevrolet Tahoe.
The exterior is in fair condition throughout this classic 72' Chevy Blazer. The paint and body are in fair condition with some imperfections on closer inspection.
The top is showing its age.
This '72 Chevy Blazer rides on 33x12.5 R15 LT tires.
The doors are solid underneath. This is the area that usually rusts first.
The cab has a factory cassette player and Sony speakers.
This '72 rustic Chevy blazer truck carries an aftermarket Edelbrock carburetor.
The undercarriage is solid.

 


1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
 


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This ‘64 Stingray is an all numbers matching, letting you know it has been restored with some new components, while maintaining it's original drive train. Making this a highly sought-after car for any collectors. 1964 saw the introduction of front seatbelts in American automobiles, the second generation Corvette - the "Stingray" as what it was called - was a major design departure from the previous generations built by General Motors from 1963- 67. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present one of the most iconic automotive bodies ever seen in history, 1964 Corvette Stingray.
All bonding strips are clearly felt throughout the underside of the body, proving that the Corvette has not had any body parts replaced. The owner did however install a new hood.
A new white vinyl top was installed.
New wiper motor and pump have been installed as well as new headlight motors, and directional signal switch.
The Daytona Blue color really allows it to stand out from any other cars around it. Packing stealthy 327 cu in V8, backed by a standard 4 speed manual transmission, this car still lets you enjoy all the perks of driving a sports car while keeping the elegance of style.
 


1964 Oldsmobile Starfire


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this '64 Oldsmobile Starfire. The 1964 Oldsmobile was a personal luxury car designed to turn some heads. This brilliant white Starfire had plenty of body lines to really catch attention of any spectator. The 1960's versions were a new breed of Oldsmobiles that combined luxury, sportiness and power all in the same package. This example is beautifully redone to show quality. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is located only minutes from our showroom and is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.The exterior showcases a very nice paint, while the chrome finish through out the car will do nothing less than leave you speechless. This is a great collectors car to add to your collection.

 


 


1950 Olds 88 Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this unique, 1950 Olds 88. Oldsmobile was created in 1949 by combining its new Rocket V-8 from the big 98 series with the smaller, lighter platform of its six-cylinder models.  This 303 cubic-incher delivers 135 horsepower, giving the 88 an outstanding performance. With that, this car brought thousands of buyers the kind of performance once reserved for high-priced cars.Offered with both 3-speed manual or 4-speed automatic, the Olds 88 was universally admired. However, while these cars were good sellers, the convertibles were built in only limited quantities.This car is mostly original, and only some restoration has been done. The convertible top is brand new, and the paint is not original. The Olds was originally blue we believe.

 


 




 


1976 Chevrolet El Camino

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The 4th generation El Camino was introduced in 1973. This version features rectangular headlights along with the classic El Camino style.
This example features all original sheetmetal and flooring throughout. It is a dry climate car finished in two-tone dark blue & light blue metallic. The paint is decent, with a number of flaws on closer inspection. The body itself is exceptional. There are chip touch ups and a paint blister on the hood.
Open the door to 1976. The interior features factory blue vinyl bench seating along with the original dash and instrumentation. An aftermarket cassette stereo has been installed as well. The dash is covered in carpet, likely to cover cracks. There are a few notable cracks on the dash visible as well.The upholstery is clean and nice, displaying some color wear primarily on the driver's side.
The door panels are original and in good shape as are the door undersides.
Underneath this car it is excellent and original. The flooring and frame is a further testament to its exceptional dry climate condition. The exhaust system has been replaced. A new engine option for 1976 was this 305 c.i. V8 rated at 140 horsepower. The engine compartment features excellent sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. This unique Dallas, Texas Mustang was ordered in beautiful Emberglo paint with matching Emberglo & Parchment interior.
This car was refinished professionally in 2007. The beautiful paint & body work is by Randy Walkers Paint & Body of Durant, Oklahoma. This is a well-maintained example that has been well cared for, purchased by the longtime owner in 1992. We have a folder with receipts and registration dating in the early 1980s.
The exterior finish is in exceptional condition. Detailed and polished paint showcases straight and true body panels throughout. There are some minor paint flaws on close inspection. This classic rides on its factory 14-inch steel wheels with classic running horse hubcaps. The tires are newer whitewall radials sized at 195/75R14 on each corner. Open the doors to 1966. This beautifully detailed interior is as the car came from Ford, in Emberlgo & Parchment vinyl. The upholstery has been re-done throughout and is in excellent condition. An aftermarket Mustang AM/FM digital cassette stereo is fitted in the factory location.



 


1957 Chevrolet BelAir Hardtop Classic


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1957 Chevrolet BelAir 2-Door Hardtop. This '57 is equipped with a number of driver comfort features while retaining its classic looks and appeal. The exterior is finished in Onyx Black while the interior is classic '57 Chevy red & black with silver thread. Power is courtesy of a strong 283 V8. The brakes have been replaced with an updated power front disc brake system. An underdash air conditioning system has been installed as well. This one is a pleasure to cruise.
The paint is in good condition with only minor imperfection on close inspection. We just had the car professionally polished and detailed. The paint is approximately a year old. The body is exceptionally straight.
The bright work trim shows well front to back.
The gold grille and matching script are BelAir signatures.
The 1957 Chevrolet BelAir is one of the most recognizable classic cars on the planet, this beauty equipped with flashy '50s extras such as the continental kit and fender skirts.
 


1967 Pontiac Firebird


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Pontiac joined the action with a new firebird in 1967. Released about five months after the Camaro; the firebird shared the same chassis and several other parts with the Camaro. Main difference was in the engine style and options. With a GTO-slitted taillights the new Firebird had a different Pontiac appearance and had a V-8 engine option.
The hood proudly shows off the "400" badge to let any suspicion go by the way side of what this car is capable of. The Firebird is a 2 door hard top completed with a factory automatic transmission.
The styling differences from the 1967 to the 1968 models were subtle, in the front of the car, the blinkers were made larger and extended to wrap around the front edges of the car, and on the rear, the Pontiac arrowhead logo was added to each side.
The body panels line up well.
The exterior showcases a very nice base/ clear coat black finish in very good condition throughout the entire car. This is a first generation 1967 Pontiac Firebird that comes equipped with a factory optioned 400 c.i V-8, with factory specs of a staggering 325hp.
 


1968 Camaro SS 


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The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro was unchanged as it entered its second year of production, although a close inspection would reveal the addition of new front and rear side marker lights. Chevrolet boasted that the 1968 Camaro SS was dedicated to the fun crowd. The white paint throughout this car, is highlighted with silver stripes painted on the hood and trunk and clear coated. Front and rear bumpers are like new. You want a car to remember those years you spent growing up admiring muscle cars? And not just a car to sit in your garage collecting dust? Then look no further this car is just perfect for you!
What else can you do to a iconic Camaro to catch attention other than to keep it detailed and shiny? Simply just turn it into a road-carving monster.

This 1968 Camaro was spared no expense when it came to getting from 0-60 mph faster than most production cars.
A new 2" cowl induction hood was added to allow more air to reach the engine.
Starting with the engine, the original one was ripped out and in its place sits a 496 Stroker with and estimated 550 + hp. Helping the engine gather that much horsepower was the addition of some internal goodies to make any car enthusiast blush.
 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very proud to present this Black-on-Black 1969 Camaro RS/SS.  It is original and numbers matching as it would have been fresh out of the factory. This 1969 Camaro RS/SS came with a Turbo Jet 396 cu. in V-8 that put out an amazing 375 HP and is bolted to a factory 4-speed transmission. Both the engine and transmission are numbers matching, not just by the book, but by the codes! Thus, adding to the rarity of this find. The block is stamped N519591. The transmission feeds that entire horsepower out to a factory 12-bolt rear, complete with the factory 3.73 Posi gears. This car will make you feel like you're in a modern day sports car. To add to the list the car has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration. The Camaro  rides on the factory Rally Wheels and the correct Firestone Wide Oval tires which are also in amazing conditions. Meaning that with the purchase of this car, you will have the key to enjoy life and cruise in style with no other work needed, also making everybody jealous of your amazing ride.

 


 



 


1957 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1957 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe. This iconic 2-door hardtop features a slew of upgrades including a recently built drivetrain from the 350 engine to the overdrive automatic transmission & 3.08 geared rear end.  The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for our photoshoot of this classic '57. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. They are located only minutes from our showroom.
Aircraft styling influences are evident in this classic '57. The turoquoise finish shows exceptionally well throughout. The chrome work is also very nice, displaying re-plated and replaced brightwork throughout.


Under the hood is this completely rebuilt 350 c.i. 4bbl. V8. This powerplant was built less than a few hundred miles ago. It is paired with a built 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission. Engine accessories include updated power steering and air condition. The braking system has also been updated with power front discs. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support sheet metal is clean and detailed throughout.

 


1969 Camaro Z28 - LS1


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The '69 Z28 was one of the hottest-looking rides of the classic muscle car era, and showed what Chevy stylist could do to express performance and excitement. Titles in 1968 and '69 showed, the Z28 was a road-racer first and a street machine second.
Not your basic Z28 any longer, this one has been modified and upgraded to an LS1
With its outrageous red with black striped finish, this car definitely does not keep a low profile. It does not just grab people’s attention it puts on a spectacular show that has people oohing and aching once they see this car driving by.
This Camaro is completely modernized from head to toe. Starting with the frame which was restored and powder coated along with the A arms and the core support.
The engine that powers this beast is an LS1 V8, it was taken from a 1998 Pontiac Firebird with 30K miles. paired with a 4160e transmission, from the same car. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is extremely pleased to present this 1969 Camaro Z28
 


1969 Camaro RS/SS


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This Camaro has undergone major improvements. Body wise, the entire frame and floors were cleaned and refinished. The body was treated to a Lexus Pearl White paint job with the addition of rainbow pearl and charcoal ghost flames around a Chevy bow tie.
Style and performance were the hallmarks of the 1969 Camaro. In many ways this was the ultimate pony car. This was the last of the first generation Camaros. This was the inspiration for the reintroduction of the Camaro in 2010.
The RS hideaway headlights were completely refurbished.
What can you say about a white 1969 Camaro; besides sleek, stylish and a thing of elegance. Not every car can pull off a white exterior and get away with it, but this Chevy passes with flying colors.

 


1969 Chevy Custom 10 


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The date correct 350 engine was installed in 2005 by Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet. There were 52,591 miles on the odometer at the time of the installation. There are now 98,723 miles logged.
The bed of the 69 was repainted and you will notice the paint could use a good color sanding. It is not quite as shiny as it should be.
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas, 75235. We are open Monday thru Saturday. Walk-in visitors and inspections by appointment are welcomed and encouraged. You can reach Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions
 


1965 Ford Mustang Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this little classic 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe. This car was purchased from the long-time original owner. The car was kept in a barn from 1982 until 2010 before its extensive restoration work. The mileage of 45,510 is said to be original to the car. This is a strong running and driving Mustang ready to show.
The exterior showcases a repaint of its original Rangoon Red. The finish is in good condition, complimented by a racing stripe & number decal kit. The paint shows well, with some minor imperfection on an attractive Mustang. The body panels are original throughout this car.
Mechanically, this is a strong-running example. The factory 289 c.i. 2bbl V8 has been recently tuned and runs smooth. The original Auto Lite Ford carburetor has been rebuilt. The radiator was replaced along with various hoses. The air conditioning system has been completely gone through. The compressor has been replaced along with the lines and dryer. This is a 134a system. The inner fenders, firewall, and core support display original sheet metal throughout.




 


1969 Chevrolet Nova SS

 
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This 1969 Nova showcases a professional build, transforming it to a daily-driver capable show quality muscle car. Carr’s Corvettes & Customs out of Plano, Texas recently performed approximately $40,000 worth of work to this Nova with receipts to verify. A level 3 built overdrive transmission is paired with the built 454 V8. This is a stunning Nova. Chrome and billet features are found throughout. This car drives just as good as it shows.
The engine features a high performance cam, induction by a Holley 4bbl atop an Edelbrock RPM air gap aluminum intake & exhaust gases expelled through a custom stainless dual exhaust system. The engine compartment itself is show quality. The accessories are driven with a serpentine belt system. The air conditioning compressor is polished along with the pullies. The disc braking system features a chromed booster and master cylinder. The firewall is beautifully detailed as are the inner fenderwells and core support. The custom cooling system consists of an aluminum radiator and dual slim fans. Much of the work done was in 2010-11. This big block powerplant is back by the built Level 3 700R4 automatic transmission, installled in 2010 by Carrs Corvettes and Customs in Plano, Texas.


 


 



 


 

1980 Camaro Z28


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This 1980 Camaro Z28 is the introduction of a more powerful engine and new trim styles distinguishing it from other models, as well as remaining the second-best selling Camaro for the second year in a row.
The classic black paint and the white-gray radiant Z28 stripes on each side give this Camaro a look that captures the era perfectly while being in a modern style and screaming classic this could be the one in a lifetime opportunity to own a unique car like this '80 Camaro Z28.
The chin spoiler shows no marks from run-ins with parking curbs, the condition of the grille, and the clarity of the taillights, and the white stripe package remains bright and vivid against the black paint, showing that this car spent a good amount of time under the right owners.
New front and rear plastic bumpers
Standard Z-28 tires were P225/70R-15 on 15x7 wheels, the alloy wheels were colored to match the body. Including 11-inch, vented, cast-iron front discs with vacuum assist standard.
Open the door to 1980. The interior features factory black vinyl seating along with the original dash and instrumentation.



 


1948 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful award winning 1948 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet. These fine automobiles were produced in very limited numbers. 1948 would be the last production year for these amazing hand-crafted masterpieces. There were ony 452 Convertibles produced for the model year. 847 Continental Coupes were produced this year as well.
In 2003, this Lincoln was judged Senior Emeritus (1st) at the renowned Classic Car Club of America.
The exterior showcases a quality finish of Lincoln Royal Blue. The finish and body is in beautiful condition.
The brightwork is outstanding and correct throughout this amazing car.
The pre-war and post-war Continental's are very similar, the most striking difference being the grille design. 1948 would of course be the last year of this iconic automobile.
The 1st generation Continental was recognized by the Museum of Modern Art as one of eight automotive works of art. We must agree.

 


 



 


1985 Miller Buick # 22 Nascar

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NASCAR 1985 Miller Buick # 22
Bobby Allison was know as the leader of the Alabama Gang, which included brother Donnie and Neil Bonnett and Red Farmer. He is tied with Darrell Waltrip for third on all-time list of NASCAR Winston Cup winners with 84 wins. Fifty of his wins came on superspeedways. Allison won the NASCAR Winston Cup title in 1983 and was the series runner-up five times. He's won 3 Daytona 500s, leading son Davey to the finish in 1988. Ranks fourth with 57 NASCAR Winston Cup poles. Only Richard Petty led more races than Allison. Bobby Allison has been voted NASCAR's Most Popular Driver by fans six times. Versatile driver who enjoyed racing in other NASCAR divisions and on short tracks on off-weeks from the NASCAR Winston Cup tour. This car was originally built for use in the Winston Cup series.
 



 


1927 Buick Master Six 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1927 Buick Master Six Sedan. This unique Series-50 Buick is a 7-passenger limousine.
Buick's Master Six was produced for a few short years. There was the Standard Six, and this, the Master Six Series 50. This model was available in several configurations, one of which being the 7-passenger limousine sedan, such as this unique Pre-War Buick.
The exterior is finished in a classic two-tone paint with attention to detail. This is an older restoration and there are a number of paint flaws to note on an altogether solid Buick.
Open the doors to the 1920s. The interior has been finished in gray mohair-type cloth in a nod to originality.
This unique 3rd row of seating folds up to the back of the front seats, making room for an extra two passengers.
The dash retains its factory gauges along with the unique trim items. The large diameter steering wheel is comfortable and displays a beautiful patina to it. The horn is also working as is the foot starter & emergency brake. These car rely on a mechanical braking system for primary stopping ability.
The upholstery is in exceptional condition front to back. This is an older restoration. The wood flooring appears to be in excellent condition throughout.
 


1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce 


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We are proud to present this very nice low mileage one family owned Alfa Romeo. The Auto Check report is available and it lists 3 owners only because the owner titled it 3 different ways over the years, first in his company name, then in his wife’s and now his.
The Alfa Romeo Spider is a roadster produced by the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo from 1966 to 1993. Widely regarded as a design classic, it remained in production for almost three decades with only minor aesthetic and mechanical changes. The trhee first series were assembled by Pininfarina in Grugliasco and the fourth series in San Giorgio Canavese. The last Spider was produced in April 1993.
There are some blemishes in the paint, but nothing serious, the usual road rash on the front nose, and some minor spider webbing on the deck lid.


1960 Austin Healey BT7L


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The Austin Healey 3000 model included front disc brakes and a 120 hp, available in two and four-seat versions, almost 14,000 were sold before it was replaced with the 3000 MkII in 1961. This late 3000 BT7L Austin Healey has been repainted 3 or 4 times by previous owners, show casing now a beautiful red finish and a hardtop.
The body on the BT7L has fiberglass fenders and front surround, aluminum rear surround, steel doors with no external handles, wood steering wheel and fender vents.
The body sits on a 2" x 4" x 3/16" thick rectangular steel tubes running from the steering members to the transverse rear spring anchors. There is 2" x 2" x 1/8" thick square steel sub-frame just aft of the rear bulkhead, to which telescoping air shocks are anchored.
This Austin Healey BT7L is truly the description of Beauty and the Beast. The exterior is a thing of beauty as the body lines give off the stylish yet sporty perception of an automotive engineering masterpiece. ll while compacting it into a small, streamline mold. Now, here is where we will wake the beast up. Under the hood is a bundle of goodies to give even the most hardcore more enthusiasts the chills.
 



 


1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible


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This is a low-mileage example that has been garage-kept and pampered. Just over 29,000 miles have been logged thus far. It was purchased from Overseas Motors here in Dallas, Texas with 1,400 miles on the odometer in 1989. The car was lady-driven and lovingly maintained.
The Jaguar XJS offered a host of improvements in 1989, its 14-year of existence. The XJ-S was unveiled in 1975 as the replacement for the legendary XKE. Improvements for the 1989 model year included anti-lock brakes. The convertibles now had a power-operated top as well and heated rear window. This example displays its original convertible top in exceptional condition.
Under the bonnet is the original 263 horsepower 326 cubic inch V-12 engine.
The engine has been well-maintained with hoses and components replaced as needed. Approximately 3 years ago, about $4,000 was spent to fully service the air conditioning system to factory specification. This is a smooth-running powerplant. The original sheet metal and insulation is in place throughout the engine compartment along with factory decals and identification.
 


1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL 


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We are very pleased to bring you this great 1964 Galaxie. The current owners have been it’s caretakers for the last 2 years. According to receipts we can see that it has had 3 previous owners.   The 1962-1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL was the first of the big performance Fords, with bucket seats, console, and posh interior trim. Introduced for mid-1962 as one of the "Lively Ones," the 500XL was a sub-series in the Galaxie 500 lineup (named after the 500-mile NASCAR races in which Ford was doing so well.
Numerous drivetrain options were available from the start, including a four-speed manual
transmission and up to 425 bhp. At mid-season 1963, the XL hardtop gained a sloping semi-fastback roofline (shared with equivalent Mercury's), and a four-door version was added For 1964, styling was more sculptured and busier than the straight-lined 1962-63 models. The 500 was de-emphasized as a performance car after Ford's winningest NASCAR year ever, 1965, in which the division's full-size cars cleaned up on the super tracks against smaller, lighter intermediate competition. However, the XL remained part of the Ford line through 1970, though engines were progressively detuned to comply with federal emissions mandates.


1998 Chevrolet Corvette
Pace Car


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The 1998 Corvette's color "radar blue" almost purple paint and bright yellow wheels presented some of the most extreme looks for an Indy pace car.
For the fourth time since 1978, Corvette was selected to pace the Indianapolis 500 for 1998. Chevrolet decided they wanted to create a car that would get noticed in parades and races for the Indy 500; one that would stand out while being followed by other 33 cars.
The Goodyear 245/45 X 17 and 275/40 X18 rear tires are a unique offering. These tires were designed with sidewalls that are stiff enough to support the car. Sensor within each wheel monitor the tire pressure and alert the driver when there is significant loss
From purple exterior color to its bright yellow wheels, this car could never go unseen. With its yellow and black leather interior, this '98 Corvette Convertible Indy 500 Pace Car could officially be the car of your dreams, and this is now your opportunity to own a truly amazing car.
 


1948 Packard Custom 8

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The new Packard models featured clean and streamlined free flow styling. Though their bodies were somewhat rounded, they featured an elongated hood an “ox-yoke” upper grille and a horizontal, wraparound lower grille. More important, however, was the smooth and solid operation that distinguished Packard from its competitors.
The inside of this car is all original, no changes. It’s like stepping into a Pullman car of the period, luxury from front to back. The dash and window moldings were wood grained with pear wood panels on the upper door panels. The seats showcase a beautiful blue, all in good conditions.
Very typical 1948 Packard wheel and classic dashboard with all gauges working.
There was remarkable durability and longevity designed into these cars, from the outset, all components were truly overbuilt. Now this is your opportunity to enjoy a unique car like this one, and Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present it. Come to our showroom in Dallas, TX and delight your eyes with this beautiful ride.
 



 


1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Custom


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully done 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. This is a custom muscle car built to perform and show. It is fitted with a late model all-aluminum GM crate LS-1 V8 & electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission along with upgraded disc brakes and much more. The suspension system has been modified to handle like a world class car. This Camaro has the stance and goods. It is not an original RS/SS, but a custom build!
Much time and attention to detail were spent building this Camaro.
The custom hide-away grille is functional.
Beneath the cowl induction hood is the GM crate LS-1. This car was built approximately 2 years ago. The engine was ordered new and is not a rebuilt unit. This 345 horsepower powerplant is paired with a crate GM 4L60E automatic transmission for precision shifting and cruising. This crate LS-1 also features an aftermarket performance cam. This car has been setup and tuned to produce 415 wheel horsepower on pump gas in its current configuration.
 



 


1968 Buick Skylark GS Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1968 Buick Skylark GS Convertible. This car features a later 455 c.i. power along with its original body and interior. This is a good driver that is solid and presentable.
The exterior showcases an older repaint in the original Ermine White. The paint is in fair condition with a number of imperfections such as chip touch-ups and general age. It is presentable as the photographs depict, but does have flaws. It appears to be a dry climate example by the exceptionally solid body. The factory brightwork is intact throughout.
This classic Buick has a unique history. It was purchased near Hartford, Connecticut in early 2012 where the car has been stored in a temperature controlled tobacco barn for more than 35 years. The original interior shows light wear for its age and suggests the mileage of 29,000 could be the original. We don't have further history other than the long-time previous owner.

 





 


1975 Pontiac GrandVille Convertible


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Luxury and performance meet in this 455-optioned GrandVille Pontiac convertible, Pontiac's only convertible offering for the year model. 1975 would be the last year for an open-air Pontiac for over a decade. This example is in exceptional condition and is laden with factory options. Well maintained in mechanical and cosmetics, this collector car is ready to drive, show and enjoy. This is a collector quality, PHS documented example. In a 4 year production run, there were over 5,000 Grandville convertibles produced. In the final model year of 1975, only 1,519 sold. This is one of the better ones you will find anywhere. This car sold new in Iowa and has been in Texas now the majority of its life.
The exterior showcases straight original sheet metal and trim throughout under one re-repaint of the original Cameo white.
 


1968 Ford Mustang Convertible 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible
The exterior showcases a factory candy-apple red color. In fair condition with a few minor flaws. This '68 convertible is really ready to turn heads and leave you with an ear to ear grin as you run about town with the top down. This Ford Mustang rides on P205/75R14s
The bright work and chrome are in good condition. This car is a driver, not a real show quality Mustang, but can be enjoyed as a daily driver or taken to the next level by its new owner. The dash displays the original speedometer
Powered by an 8-cylinder that runs as smooth as silk.
It's a 3 speed automatic that shifts good, C4 is Fords name for it.
 



 


1967 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible. This car received over $13,400 in restoration work from Blue Sky Classic cars in Budd Lake, New Jersey in 2008. Today, the car is on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. This is very nice example of a classic Mustang convertible, ready to own, drive and enjoy.
The exterior was originally Lime Gold metallic, refinished in brilliant red. The paint and body show well throughout with few imperfections. The body is very straight. The doors, hood, and trunk lid align well.
The Mustang showcased its first re-design for 1967. The car still rode on its 108-inch wheelbase, the body lengthed approximately 2-inches. The front suspension track was widened another 2 and 1/2 inches. The Mustang would now accommodate its first optional big-block V8. This example features the C-code 289 with increased performance.
The tail lights showcased an extensive re-design too, they were larger in stature. A custom exhaust system has been fitted with these quad chrome tips on each side.
The front end and grille enjoyed a muscular re-design as well. The 1967 Mustang was and is a hit with the public. There were over 400,000 Mustangs produced in 1967, with 38,751 standard interior convertibles produced.
 


1970 Chevrolet Caprice 454


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This 1970 Chevy Caprice was a look at what time period modern enhancements are made of. These was an option upgrade from the very popular Chevy Impala.
In 1970 the Caprice received a new facelift on the front end by getting a full wrap around the bumper under the grill.
Outside, a rust free body, with original paint, chrome and trim. All are in excellent shape with the dealer's sticker still on the beautiful, bright shinny rear bumper. Vinyl top is impeccable, no rips or fading.
This 70' Caprice is a second owner. All its been done to the car is the replacement wear items such as, brakes, belts, hoses, plugs, wires and gaskets.
It’s been said that cars like this don't exist anymore. It’s been said that cars like this are only an urban legend, but be prepared to be surprised. This 65K original mileage big block car defies the nay-sayers and proves if you search long and hard enough, you can still find an unmolested, all original car out there and here it is; A 1970 Chevrolet Caprice, numbers matching, beautiful example of a survivor automobile. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this unique ride.
Slight wear on the driver's seat arm rest can be noticed.

 



 


1957 Chevrolet 3100 Series Pickup


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The "Full Moon" is a custom built 1957 Chevrolet 3100 Series Pickup Truck with power and goodies. This truck was cruised in the 2011 Hot Rod Power Tour and is a pleasure to motor down the road in. With Big Block power and 50's Chevy "Looks", this is a crowd-pleaser sure to make you and everyone around you smile.
 

This truck was a 2011 participant in a stretch of the Hot Rod Power Tour. A quality build, the truck was signed by its builders on one of the bed's wood planks.
Power is courtesy of this stout 454 c.i. dual 4bbl. V8 engine paired with a TH400 Automatic Transmission & 9-Inch Ford rear end. The engine compartment and hood underside feature hand pinstriping and detail throughout. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are body color and in excellent condition. The engine features dual 4bbl. carburetors atop a polished aluminum intake. The fuel rail features anodized lines and fittings. The core support shield has been chromed and shows very well. Polished covers line the upper and lower radiator hoses. Polished aluminum pullies have been used along with billet brackets and chrome. The alternator is chrome. An Edelbrock chromed upper end package includes a vintage series oval breather. Breathing duties are taken care of by full length headers flowing through dual pipes.
 



 


1968 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible 


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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this very unique classic Ford Convertible. This 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 was ordered in Diamond Blue with Dark Red interior. It is powered by the 302 c.i. 2bbl. V8 and cruises down the road with authority. Originally ordered to a dealer in Jacksonville, Florida, the car is currently on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom. This is your opportunity to own an unusual classic convertible.
The exterior is finished in a quality re-paint of its correct Diamond Blue color. The body showcases exceptionally straight and clean body panels underneath the polished blue finish.
Originally from Arizona, this Galaxie spent 30 years in the dry climate of New Mexico. Purchased by the current owner's father in the 90s, it has been well taken care of. The engine is original and never rebuilt.

 



 


2001 Chevrolet Corvette Z06


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this exceptionally clean and well-maintained 2001 Chevrolet Corvette Z06.
Chevrolet's fabled Z06 nameplate was back with a vengeance in the 2001 Corvette Z06. These cars boasted reduced weight, increased power, handling, and many race-ready features in a street car. The Corvette Z06 features a special LS-6 engine and 6-speed manual transmission unique to it. This example sold new at Les Marks Chevrolet, Inc. in La Porte, Texas. It is proudly on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom.
The exterior is finished in its factory original Quicksilver metallic paint throughout. The paint is in very good to excellent condition. This is an always-garaged example with 57, 730 original miles.
Under the hood is the factory LS-6 5.7 Liter V8 rated at 385 horsepower for 2001. This Z06 exclusive engine features a host of improvements from the factory over the base LS-1. This power plant is paired with the stock 6-speed manual transmission. The engine compartment displays stock components throughout along with the original breather assembly, fitted with a K&N filter.
The Z06 Corvette received a lighter windshield along with special brake cooling ducts and gunmetal gray wheels with ZR-rated tires. This example is fitted with correctly sized 275/40ZR17 & 295/35ZR18 Kumho radials.



 


1967 Chevrolet Camaro


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe. This early production example features its number's matching drivetrain along with some unique factory options. It retains the majority of correct components down the “new" Firestone Super Sports Wide Oval tires.
GM unveiled the Camaro only 4 months after the Mustangs introduction. This example was made the fourth week of September, 1966 and was #4814 off the assembly line. The car was purchased in Palm Springs, California were it resided until 2001. With a base price of $2,500, the options on this particular car raised the showroom price to approximately $3,500.
The exterior showcases a professional finish in blue metallic base/clearcoat with a classic "SS" stripe. The paint and body is in exceptional condition throughout with only minor imperfections on closer inspection. This is a beautiful Camaro with many unique options.
 



 


1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very well maintained classic 1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. We suspect that you, your buddy, your 2nd cousin, or even your brother's girlfriend drove one of these cars in the 1980s, but we doubt it was this nice. This example showcases quality paint, interior, and mechanicals with 64,690 miles believed original to the car. Garage kept and pampered, this one is in beautiful original condition, ready to show and drive. Take a trip back to 1983 with the newly introduced Chevrolet Camaro 3rd generation in its 2nd year.
The Z/28 featured specific spoilers, ground effects and 5.0 liter High-Output V8 performance. The exterior showcases clean and detailed factory paint and pin striping.
The wheels of choice are machine polished 15-inch Z/28 Alloys wrapped in 225/60R15 Goodyear Eagle GTII Radial Tires.
Open the doors to 1983. Yes, the hatch lid stays up.

 


 



 


1967 Ford Mustang GT 500

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The Shelby GT500 is one of the most collectible Mustang's of all time. This beautiful example is an early production (#329) Shelby and is listed in the Registry. It was originally slated for delivery to a customer through Hi Performance Motors Inc, the order however was apparently cancelled. The car was shipped to El Paso Auto Center in El Paso, Texas on 7/26/67. This car remained in maintained original condition through the 1990s. It was treated to an extensive professional restoration, completed in 9/04. Today, this Shelby is proudly displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. It was recently inspected at our facilities by Shelby guru Craig Conley of Paradise Wheels, Inc. The engine, transmission, and rear end are correct. This car retains excellent factory sheetmetal throughout. Also, the Ford serial number stampings are all intact as is the Shelby identification plate.

We have the original Shelby window sticker and Marti Report. There were 472,209 Mustangs produced in 1967, of which 2,048 were built as GT500s. This is one of 102 Wimbleton white GT500s produced in 1967, of these 79 were equipped with black decor seats. 49 had no air conditioning or thermactor system. This car (#329) is one of those Shelbys.




 


1973 Ford Mustang Convertible

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1973 would be the last year of this iconic body style of the Ford Mustang. This quality example features very nice paint, body, interior, and mechanicals.
The exterior displays a quality repaint of its original Medium Bright Yellow. Black accents have been added along with the classic black-out hood and spoiler that fit this car perfectly. The interior has been professionally converted from Ginger to Black. Recent maintenance was performed at Mid-Cities Mustang in Dallas, Texas. This includes a complete check-up. The shocks were replaced. The A/C O-rings, sight rings, and dryer hose assembly was replaced. The power steering gear box and hoses were replaced. The wiper motor was replaced. The FMX transmission was rebuilt as well.
The 1973 Mustang features this unique grain-vinyl black insert on the rear tail light panel.
The front parking lights were vertical in the 1973 Mustang grille. The black-out hood and front spoiler fit this classic Mustang perfectly.
Under the hood is the optional "H" code 351 2V Cleveland V8. This power plant is paired with the FMX automatic transmission. The transmission was recently rebuilt, shocks replaced and air conditioning serviced. Factory extras include air conditioning, power steering, and power front disc brakes. The power steering gear box & hoses were also recently replaced. The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout, showcasing factory components along with the original core support, firewall, and inner fenders.
 




 


1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Custom

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This one of a kind Mustang showcases a professional rotisserie restoration to the highest standards. Well over $100,000 has been invested in the amazing build of this Mach 1 428 Mustang. Completed in 2009, the car was soon featured on the cover of Muscle Car Review magazine. This is an exquisite, multi-award winning muscle car. It is powered by its correct Q-code engine, which was removed and re-worked to over 550 dyno-proven horsepower. The paint and body is also exquisite, brought from bare metal to stunning laser straight Mineral Gray metallic. This Resto-Rod Mustang possesses winning power, looks, and performance. This is your opportunity to own a 1st class American muscle car, the 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1.

 



 


1953 Chevrolet 3100 Series Pickup Truck


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 3100 series 1953 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. This quality example features a latter Chevrolet 350 engine and is a joy to cruise in. The exterior is finished in a quality ruby red metallic with vintage brightwork. The chrome has been re-done.
Chevrolet's 3100 series pickup truck enjoyed a host of improvements for the 1948 through 1953 model years. 1953 would bring further refinements to these attractive trucks. This is a fine post-war '53 Chevrolet Pickup. These were and are often referred to as Chevrolet's Advanced Design trucks.
1953 Chevrolet's featured slight grille design changes. The chromed grille shows excellent.
The 1953 Chevrolet model year also featured a split windshield design.
This stance is thanks to the custom American Racing alloys wrapped in 215/65R15 & 275/60R15 Eldorado Legend GT radials.
Closer inspection of the finish will confirm clean and detailed body panels throughout. The paint has an excellent shine and appeal, although there are a number of chip touch-ups and a few minor imperfections. Altogether, a very nice truck. The glass has been replaced along with the rubber seals throughout.



 


1966 Chevrolet Malibu Sport Coupe


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Chevrolet's 1966 Chevelle/Malibu model line debuted a beautiful re-design with smooth lines and updated brightwork. This classic '66 Malibu Sport Coupe was originally finished in two-tone cameo beige and sandalwood tan. It showcases an older re-finish in classic Marina Blue and is powered by its correct 327 V8, recently rebuilt with approximately 3,000 miles logged. This is a good-looking driver ready to own and enjoy.
The paint has an excellent gloss and shine. The body is exceptionally straight. The doors, hood, and trunk lid align as they should. There are a number of chips and imperfections if you look closely in our photos. This is an attractive muscle car, but it has flaws.
This is the Malibu Sport Coupe model. The '66 model showcased a sleek new roof line with a recessed "tunneled" rear window.
There are some paint imperfections as you can see, but the car is quite attractive. We try to show everything possible. There is a substantial scrape along the right rear wheel moulding area.
The interior features light fawn vinyl upholstery with bucket seating.
The dash displays a very nice functional Dakota digital dash assembly specifically tailored to fit these Chevelle/Malibu's along with the factory trim & an updated AM/FM cassette radio, MP3 ready. An amplifer is mounted in the trunk. The carpeting, upholstery and steering wheel have been replaced as well.
 



 


1923 Ford T-Bucket Hot Rod Roadster


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Motivation is courtesy of this 454 cubic inch Chevrolet big block V8. It has been massaged with a mild performance cam along with induction coutesy of twin carburetors atop a polished Edelbrock Street Tunnel Ram intake. A polished Twin-Butterfly Bug Catcher sits ready to engulf copious amounts of air. This healthy powerplant is paried with a GM TH350 3-speed automatic transmission
Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through custom large diameter ceramic coated headers and side exhaust pipes.
This is a detailed T-Bucket. The fiberglass body is clean and in very good condition throughout. The hot purple metallic paint fits this car perfectly and has an excellent shine and appeal. This is a base/clearcoat finish.
The front end features a Superbell suspension and chromed transverse front leaf spring.
The frame is highly detailed to match the rest of this hot rod. The front disc brake system features polished calipers & stainless steel brake lines. The rear end is a 10-Bolt Chevrolet unit with coil-over shocks.



 


1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 502


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. This custom built Chevelle is powered by a GM 502 crate V8 backed by a Doug Nash 5-Speed Manual Transmission. This is a serious car for a true driving & Chevelle musclecar enthusiast.
The stance is thanks to custom 18-inch wheels wrapped in 245/40ZR18s up front & 275/40ZR18s out back. Suspension modifications help this Chevelle to handle better than it ever did. Hotchkiss front suspension is paired with upgraded front & rear sway bars along with Hotchkis trailing arms. Stopping power is courtesy of a custom 4-wheel CPP disc brake system.
The exterior displays the correct Green Mist finish. There is also a hint of green pearl that shows in the black striping. This is a professionally done paint job with some touch-ups and imperfections on a quality car.
 



 


1984 Porsche 911 Carrera


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1984 would be a great year for the Porsche 911. Redesigned and now designated "Carrera", its appearance didn't receive a drastic change, but the cars mechanics certainly did. This is a quality Cabriolet version, finished in classic Grand Prix White.
Open the doors to high performance. The Porsche 911 has been setting the standard for decades. The 1984 model year was no different.
The exterior showcases Grand Prix White paint in very good condition throughout. This is a dry climate Porsche and is shows. The paint is exceptional, with minor imperfection on closer inspection.
Underneath the vented whale-tail is the classic 3.2 liter engine.
Power is courtesy of the robust flat-6 engine. 1984 would debut an increased displacement 6 cylinder engine of 3.2 liters by combining the Porsche Turbo's 74.4mm stroke with the 911SC's 95-mm bore. This fuel-injected powerplant is good for approximately 200 horsepower and paired with the 5-speed manual transmission. The engine runs smooth and the gearbox shifts through the 5 forward gears and reverse as it should.
 




 


1965 Chevy Nova

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this special Chevy II Super Sport. This documented SS was purchased new at Johnson Chevrolet Company on Ross Avenue in Dallas, Texas. This is confirmed with a copy of the original retail order from Johnson Chevrolet along with the factory warranty booklet & protect-o-plate. This car was originally ordered with a 4-speed manual transmission and 283 V8. The engine is a special built 383 c.i. stroker V8 dyno-tuned to over 320 wheel horsepower & 400 ft-lbs of torque. Extensive build receipts & a dyno sheet is also available.
350 c.i. V8 bored & stroked to 383 cubic inches / Comp Cams Roller Assembly / High Performance Cam / Holley 650 Carb w quick change bowls / Holley mechanical fuel pump / Summit Dual Plane Air Gap Aluminum Intake / Pro Comp 72cc Aluminum Heads w 180cc Ports - Intake matched / Scat 3.75" stroke rotating assembly fully balanced / 6" forged & balanced Scat rods / Windage Tray 6-quart deep sump Moroso pan / Flat Top Forged Pistons / MSD Distributor / MSD Rev Limiter / Optima Battery / HEI Ignition / Custom Header Dual Exhaust / Much More


 



 


1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz


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1978 would be the last year of the classic big Eldorado. This example is original, with one repaint approximately 6 years ago in its original shade. It rides on classic 15-inch wheels with White/Gold line tires and is a pleasure to cruise.
The engine compartment displays the factory 425 cubic inch V8 rated at 180 horsepower. Standard features include power front disc brakes, air conditioning, and power steering. The engine bay features factory components along with original sheet metal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. Further inspection of this Eldorado Birritz' luxurious interior will reveal clean and detailed original features throughout. The upholstery shows well as do the interior panels and carpeting.
The back seating is seldom used and in great shape. Opera lighting was standard the rear passengers in Cadillac's Eldorado Biarritz.
This Eldorado is also optioned with Cadillac's 40 channel CB radio and working AM/FM 8 track stereo, good buddy.
 




 


1995 Chevy Camaro Z/28 Convertible


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This 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is powered by its original 285 horsepower Lt-1 paired with the automatic transmission. It is in excellent condition and a joy to drive
The exterior showcases original silver metallic paint throughout. This is a garage kept example and this is reflected in its condition throughout.
The doors, hood, and trunk lid open and close correctly.
The interior features clean and detailed original leather throughout. The carpeting is in exceptional condition as is the plastic dash. The original gauges are functional throughout as are the power windows and optional BOSE AM/FM CD Stereo. The air conditioning blows cold.
The paint displays an excellent shine throughout.
The optional power driver seat works as it should and the seat bolsters are exceptionally clean.
The power-operated white convertible top is in excellent condition.
We have original manuals and records for the car.
The 1996 Camaro Z/28's LT-1 5.7 liter 350 engine is factory rated at 285 horsepower. This example features its original engine that is completely unmodified from stock. Further inspection of the engine will reveal clean and detailed factory components throughout.
The underbody is clean and detailed, displaying the factory flooring and underside. The exhaust system is original as well. This is a very clean, dry climate Camaro and it shows.
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 540
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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully built '69 Chevelle Street Machine. No expense was spared during the expensive, painstaking transformation of this car. The cosmetics, mechanicals, and sheer driving enjoyment is off the charts. Sanderson's Customs & Conversions out of Pilot Point, Texas is responsible for much of the work performed. Highlighted with modern driver comfort features, 540 cubic inch power, curb appeal, and maximum driving excitement, this is the one of the finest Chevelle you will ever feast your eyes on or have the opportunity to own, drive, and show. We have paperwork detailing tens of thousands invested in parts and work performed. Over $95,000 has been invested in this amazing car.

 



 


1973 BMW 3.0 CS


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1973 BMW 3.0 CS Coupe. The exterior showcases a high quality bare metal refinish completed in 2006 in the original color of Fjord Blue. The paint is in very good condition, with some chips and imperfections to note. The body shows very well. There is a small "ding" on the passenger fender, shown above.
These bumpers are pre-'73 European pieces. The factory brightwork is intact throughout and in very good condition.
The BMW 3.0 Coupe is one their proudest automobiles. The 3.0CS was introduced in March of 1971 and produced until December, 1975. There were a total of 11,063 produced. These cars were meant to showcase BMW's skill at manufacturing a high performance, stylish vehicle. They succeeded at that. These are beautiful cars that are mechanically sound.
Speaking of mechanics, power is courtesy of the original M30 inline-6 cylinder engine with a rebuilt cylinder head. Approximately 10,000 miles have been logged since the rebuild. The 3-speed automatic transmission was also rebuilt at this time, approximately 10,000 miles ago. The car runs smooth and shifts out well. The engine compartment will not win any concours awards, but certainly displays solid original sheet metal and components throughout the inner fenders, core support, and firewall
 



 


1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Hardtop Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe. This low mileage example is original and in very well-maintained condition. Sold new at Jerry Heflin Courtesy Chevrolet in Cincinnati, Ohio, this car features full documentation down to the original build sheets, invoice, books, manual, and brochures. You can trace registrations back and see that the mileage is original to the car. Technically, this is a two-family owned Oldsmobile and has always been garage kept.
Oldsmobile’s Cutlass Supreme was offered as a wagon, sedan, or two-door coupe for 1976, this coupe features very nice original paint and very clean factory interior.
The exterior finish shows well, with some imperfections on closer inspections. The body is exceptionally solid and clean. This is an outstanding 36+ year old survivor. The finish has a good shine to it. The white vinyl Landau top is in very good condition as well.
The cloth & vinyl upholstery is in excellent condition. This is an always-garaged example and it shows.
The dash displays clean and functional original instruments and very nice trim & bezels. The Delco AM/FM Stereo works as does the climate control unit. This Oldsmobile also features a tilt steering column, remote driver's mirror, and cruise control.
 



 


1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful matching #'s 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Super Sport Coupe optioned with the performance-oriented 350 horsepower 327 c.i. V8. It was assembled at the Baltimore, Maryland plant and sold new at Jim White Chevrolet in Toledo, Ohio at a substantial total sticker price of $3,883.35.
According to research done, there were approximately 290 similar L-79 optioned 1965 Chevelle/Malibu's produced in 1965. This example shows exceptionally well and is a pleasure to cruise & show. After an extensive restoration, few features were changed down to the original AM radio. Hot of Hot Rods here in Texas is responsible for much of the engine & suspension work.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for our photo shoot of this classic '65 Malibu Sport Coupe. This fine Super Sport L-79 is a road rocket straight from the 1960s. These cars were considered underdogs running with the big blocks and would hang with the best of them.
 



 


2005 Harley-Davidson Custom Road King 


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Southeast Custom Cycles' paint department was given free reign on the creation of this Bike's finish. Dozens of colors and over 225 years of pinstriping later, this one of a kind motorcycle finish was created. It has a 4-layer effect with custom fading, marble, ghost work, pearl and more. This is beautiful paint. Approximately 8,661 miles have been logged thus far on this garage kept 2005 Harley-Davidson Road King.
The finish is striking to say the least. The paint has astonishing detail work and is in excellent condition. There is a scratch on a rear saddlebag, very few imperfections on this show quality cruiser.
The modified Milwaukee Bagger custom saddlebags and rear fender for that wide look. This bike was also lowered about 1 1/2 inches. The custom seat is very comfortable. The mirrors are blacked out and chrome-work is polished and detailed throughout this motorcycle.
Custom Vance Hines pipes expel the combusted fuel-air cocktail in a hurry. This Screamin Eagle 95 cubic inch powerplant features 25-degree fuel injectors and a TTS Mastertune Custom ECM tune. This is a strong runner and looker.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback. This car displays quality paint, interior and mechanicals.
The restoration work was completed approximately 10 years ago and the car has been garage kept since. The exterior is finished in classic Candy Apple Red. The paint shows exceptionally well and the body is very straight. The rubber weather-strip has been replaced throughout.
This car has come a long way. Here is a photo shown above of the restoration in progress. This car was completely disassembled and built from the ground-up.
The interior displays beautiful classic luxury interior.
Pony upholstery is paired with luxury door panels. The carpeting is protected with Pony mats as well. The factory center console has wood grain accents along with the glove box door and door handles. These were also luxury-interior exclusive features.



 


1961 Jeep Willys Wagon


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1961 Overland-Willys Wagon. These wagons were produced from 1946 until 1964. They were the first wagons to utilize steel construction, much sturdier than their wood-fitted counterparts. This example is of the last generation Willys Wagons and is in excellent condition. This car was discovered in a Nebraska barn where it had been for over 30 years. It was purchased from the family of the original owner.
The exterior is finished in beautiful metallic green & white. The paint shows well, with minor imperfection. The body is in exceptional condition.
The interior is straight out of 1961. This spartan interior is clean and detailed throughout. The original green vinyl upholstery is very nice. This is original interior along with the vintage original steering wheel. The mileage on this Willys of 49,985 is believed original and the condition certainly reflects this.
 



 


1958 Jaguar Mark VIII Sedan


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The elegant Jaguar Mark VIII Saloon was produced from 1956 until 1958 in a short production run of 6,227 cars. This example has amassed just over 78,000 original miles thus far. This is a good solid example with an older repaint from white to back and original interior. The car boasts solid mechanical upkeep including brake jobs and replaced fuel system with electric fuel pumps. It is a pleasure to cruise and has a beautiful patina about it
These cars were noted for Grace, Space, and Pace in original literature. We have the original owner's bound manual as well.
The exterior showcases beautiful bright work. These are very attractive cars as you can see.
The Mark VIII had a single piece windshield. The windshield surround chrome has just been restored and is included.
The car was last painted in black laquer in the 1960s and is in good condition, recently waxed, but showing patina. The body is solid and straight with only minor imperfection. There are some paint buff through marks on the trunk lid notably. This car is an excellent dry climate Jaguar, not suffering from the corrosion issues these cars have.



 


1968 Chevrolet Camaro


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This custom '69 Camaro features vivid pearl yellow paint and a healthy 327 V8 & 5-speed. This is a real head-turner. Not a number's matching car, this is one you can drive to the car show and enjoy. The majority of the work performed was completed in 2007 and approximately 1880 miles have been logged since.
The paint has a real appeal in the bright sunlight. You can see the pearl "flake" in both the yellow and the black stripes. This shine is accentuated further with the custom 18/20" Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped in Nitto NT555 rubber.
The paint is in very good condition with some minor flaws on closer inspection. Completed in 2007, the car has been kept garaged. The 1968 Camaro would really be a special Camaro with its own unique features setting it apart from the '67 and '69 model years. The vent windows would be eliminated for 1968 while retaining the smooth body lines of the original Camaro.
Under the cowl hood is the performance-oriented 327 c.i. V8.
This 327/300+HP engine runs good and features many performance upgrades while remaining very street friendly. Fuel is fed via a Holley 4bbl. carburetor atop an Edelbrock aluminum intake. Spent gases are evacuated in a hurry through the custom dual header exhaust system. This car also features electronically-operated header dumps or exhaust cut-outs in addition to the mufflered dual pipes. It has a mild performance cam as well. Be sure to play our video of this Camaro in action.
 



 


1962 Ford Galaxie 500 Sunliner


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 Sunliner Convertible. This car showcases an older refinish in its correct Rangoon red finish, complimenting by red vinyl interior and a power convertible top in white. This car is a great cruiser and a classic Ford design with toned-down, sleek lines and plenty of bright work.
Ford's Galaxie displayed subtle lines and design cues during the 1960 through 1964 model years. This example showcases original gleaming bright work throughout along with tasteful chromed skirts. The body is straight and the paint shows well with only minor imperfections.
The power-operated parchment color convertible top raises and lowers with ease. The top itself is in very good condition, previously replaced.
The interior is straight out of 1962.
The dash displays original bright work and instruments along with the working factory AM radio.
The steering wheel displays the working horn rim and an extra loud horn. Be sure to play our video.
The red vinyl upholstery is correct and in good condition. The front seating has some seam seperation in one area and a few small tears in another.
 



 


1986 Buick Grand National Turbo


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic turbocharged 1986 Buick Regal Grand National T-Type. This car is largely stock and un-modified. It is a blast to drive and a solid, dry climate example showing some normal wear and running strong.
The exterior showcases original & straight sheet metal throughout in a repaint of the original black. The paint itself is in good condition as well, showing only minor imperfection.
The doors, hood, and trunk open and close as they should and align correctly.
The 3.8 SFI Turbo emblem leaves little doubt to the extra power housed under the hood. The 1986 model year Grand National was a major improvement over its predecessors with the addition of an intercooler, boosting horsepower to 245 & torque to 355 ft-lbs. In addition the the extra-cool air, the turbocharger was adjusted to match a newly modified upper and lower intake manifold. The exhaust system was also re-designed to evacuate the extra gases in a hurry. These cars are becoming collectible classics in a hurry and are true performance icons of the 1980s. This is well-maintained example. It has recently had the shocks and motor mounts replaced. Also, the air conditioning has been serviced and the power seat was recently repaired as well.
 



 


1966 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Classic Pickup Truck


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1960 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Pickup Truck. This Ford features a host of improvements in mechanics along with a cosmetic restoration in its original two-tone Caribbean Turquoise & Wimbleton White. This is a great-driving truck and shows very well.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for our photo-shoot of this classic Ford Pickup Truck. 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 from the museum.
The exterior displays exceptionally nice paint and body. This truck has been taken to a new level. The windshield is tinted. The rubber moulding and weather-strips were replaced throughout this truck.
The brightwork is detailed throughout.
This is a custom cab truck.with "Custom" exterior door handle guards
Open the doors to the 1960s with some modern touches. The air conditioning system is a conversion package by Vintage Air.
 



 


1976 Ford Ranger XLT


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1976 Ford Ranger XLT Pickup Truck. Powered by its factory-optioned 390, this truck retains its original interior along with updated paint, tool box, and more. It is a "Cowboy Cadillac" and a pleasure to drive, as you can see in the video above.
Prior to the compact pickup truck introduction, the Ranger XLT was a top trim package for Ford's full-sized F-100 in 1976. This chrome-laden pickup truck is very unique. It isn't often you see a vintage FORD truck in this kind of condition.
The familiar squared grille and headlights are unchanged. The front bumper rubber is very nice as are the bumpers and trim throughout this '76 Ranger XLT.
The interior features the factory-optioned tan vinyl & cloth with brown accents. The bench seat upholstery is in excellent condition, accompanied by a comfortable center console, sitting in place, not mounted.
 



 


1949 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this low mileage classic 1949 Plymouth Coupe. This car has a unique history dating back to 1949, when it was purchased by a Texas railroad worker. He unfortunately passed away the same year and the car remained in his wifes possession for the decades to follow. The story is she drove this car once a week to church and to the grocery store. This is the reason for the low mileage of 17469. We cannot document the mileage, but have no reason to doubt the owner's story. He acquired the car from the grandson of the original owners in San Angelo, Texas. The car recently received a host of restoration work including new paint, replaced upholstery and a complete engine tune. It was originally gray on gray and has been refinished in this lusterous red with tasteful gray cloth upholstery.
The above photo is from vintage Plymouth advertising literature. Plymouth would be the last of the big 3 manufacturers to release its true 1949 models. Chrysler Corporation's brand-new post-war design was revolutionary in comparision to their 1946-8 counterparts. 1949 would be Chrysler's Silver Anniversary year with $90 million invested to bring the line up to market. Ford's shoebox design concealed a host of mechanical improvements under their skin and Chrysler followed suit.
 



 


1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe


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The '34 Ford has to be one of the more popular street rods through the years.
This car has been owned over 24 years by the same owner. It has been driven regularly and kept garaged. This is a car that can be driven to the car show and win the trophy.
The traditional Ford V8 grille is in excellent condition as is the chrome work throughout this Ford.
The engine compartment is clean and detailed, home to a strong running 350 4-bolt Chevrolet smallblock V8. This engine is paired with a built TH350 Automatic transmission with TCI torque converter. This car features air conditioning along with billet pullies throughout. The finned aluminum valve covers are paired with a traditional louvered chrome breather. Induction is courtesy of a 4bbl. carburetor atop an aluminum Edelbrock Street Master intake.
Check out the cruise control unit. This is a real highway cruiser that you will enjoy driving.
The tail lights are the favorite teardrop blue dots.
The undercarriage shows very well. This is a car that was built to drive in comfort. The rear end is a reliable Chevrolet 10-bolt unit with highway-friendly 3.08 gearing. The front end consists of A-frames along with rack & pinion steering.
The windshield cranks out like it should and the rear window rolls up and down, very cool features of the '34 Ford 5-Window Coupes.
 



 


1972 Chevrolet Custom C-10 Pickup Truck


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Beginning life as a dressed up Chevy Cheyenne, this Texas truck was disassembled and restored to this beautiful condition approximately 3,000 miles ago. This is a truck that drives and shows exceptionally well. You can drive it anywhere comfortably. The truck was taken off the frame; the chassis has been sand-blasted and sealed front to back. The fasteners have been replaced and or restored. This is simply a well-restored, beautiful example of a 1972 Chevrolet C-10.
The exterior is finished in GM yellow, displaying excellent paint and body throughout. The body panels are straight and detailed. This is a corrosion-free truck that has been kept garaged and pampered since restoration.
The level of detail is excellent on this pickup. The glass and seals were replaced along with the chromed re-done and all rubber components replaced.
Originally equipped with Cheyenne trim, the exterior was stripped of the chrome for this unique look.
This is a Cowboy Cadillac, as well call them. The interior features the black deluxe vinyl upholstery and a few tasteful upgrades.

 



 


1966 Pontiac GTO Hardtop Coupe / Number's Matching 389


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The GTO would become a standalone model for 1966 and an instant classic. This protect-o-plate documented, number's matching example showcases an older frame-off restoration. Originally Cameo Ivory, the car was refinished in brilliant red. It is powered by its original rebuilt 389 c.i. 335 horsepower V8.
This car is complete with its original engine and protect-o-plate warranty booklet with metal plate still attached.
The exterior showcases an exceptionally straight body and nice red finish throughout. The paint is in good condition with some imperfections to note. Much of the restoration work was done in the mid to last 1990s. We have 3 binders full of receipts and photos detailing the chassis and engine removal.
Under the hood is the original 389 c.i. V8. This original engine block was removed and rebuilt. The transmission and suspension components have also been removed and rebuilt. Much of the work done to this car was in the mid to late 1990s, with a recent refresh in several areas. The engine compartment displays its original firewall, inner fender, and core support sheet metal throughout.
 




 


1975 Datsun 280Z Classic

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“This Original Low Mileage Z car comes from a line of 4 meticulous owners. This vehicle has been in two classic collector's possession with work done only by competent vintage "Z" specialists. The 3rd owner purchased it from the widow of the original owner's about 10 years after he passed away. The car sat in a garage for over a decade unused or moved after his passing. The 3rd owner then went completely through the suspension at 30,000 miles along with many interior restoration components. The car was also refinished in its original Silver Metallic at this time. The 4th and current owner (myself) in the past 1000 miles has replaced the master cylinder and full front end brake assemblies, installed a new rack & pinion steering system, and a total engine rebuilt was performed with all work done by Z-Tech in Florida. The 4th owner has to sell this beautiful Datsun collector due to health issues that prohibit his driving this small a car again. This was due to a severe accident he had at the hands of a hit and run driver while bicycling near his home in Orlando, Florida. Otherwise he would have kept this vehicle as a weekend driver in the garage for the next 40 years."
The paint and body is in excellent condition. This Datsun showcases one repaint of its original Silver Metallic finish over the dry climate sheetmetal. At that time, the emblems and rubber seals were replaced throughout.

 




 


1956 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan


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Factory brightwork is intact throughout and showing well front to back.
The exterior showcases a respray in Robin Egg blue on this classic Town Sedan. The finish shows very well on this dry climate Fairlane with minor imperfection on close inspection.

The door panels themselves are original style and in good condition. The door undersides are also solid on this dry climate Fairlane.
The interior displays clean and attractive optional blue
vinyl and patterned cloth interior upholstery.
An add-on vintage FrigiKing air conditioning unit has been installed as well. The unit blower works as it should, but is not blowing cold.
The dash features the classic original brightwork along with refinished painted surfaces.
The original gauge cluster shows well and the speedometer is working.
Under the hood is the optional 200 horsepower 292 Thunderbird Special V8. This engine, along with the 312 was first offered in the Fairlane in '56. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and solid inner fenders, core support, and firewall sheetmetal throughout.
The rear exhaust exits through the bumpers, reminiscent of the Thunderbird.
 



 


1993 Cadillac Allante Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this last-year Cadillac Allante Convertible. The 1993 model year was the most successful of the 7-year run of Cadillac's 1987-1993 two-seat convertible, the Allante. This example is a latter built car and is a joy to drive
Many of our photos of this 1993 Cadillac Allante were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom.
Famed Ferrari designer Pininfarina designed and built the Allante bodies in Italy and then shipped them to GM's Hamtramck, Michigan plant for final assembly. The 1993 Allante would be the most expensive of the series and most expensive Cadillac ever. This fully equipped version's window sticker stands at $62,970.00. Total production of the 1993 model year would amount to 4,670 units.
 



 


1965 Chevrolet Impala


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1965 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport. This 396 powered Chevy showcases quality paint, interior, and mechanicals on a 6-year old restoration. This is a true no-frills muscle car with big block power & a 4-speed manual transmission. This car has just received a professional polish and detail. It is a beautiful car and a joy to cruise and show
The exterior showcases a professional refinish in this Impala's correct color of Regal Red. The paint, body and chrome work is in excellent condition. The paint shows well throughout, completed approximately 5 years ago.
The 1965 model year's fresh design showcased the aerodynamic fastback roof on the coupe. The wheelbase is 119 inches. The Impala SS continued to be a separate model within the series displaying specific trim throughout the exterior and interior along with a host of power train options.
Sporty and elegant, with 10 engine options, the Impala was back and better than ever. Chevrolet would go to sell more than 2.4 million cars with the Impala alone setting an industry record with more than 1 million units sold.
 



 


1971 Chevrolet Nova


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this recently restored 1971 Chevrolet Nova Custom. This car has been treated to an extensive restoration along with mechanical upgrades to make it comfortable for long distances cruising. The car recently completed a HOT ROD Power Tour long haul from Detroit, Michigan to Arlington, Texas June 2nd through the 8th with zero problems. It is a pleasure to cruise and in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically
The exterior showcases quality done base/clearcoat paint along with re-chromed bumpers and replaced weatherstrip. The emblems, trim and more have been replaced. This is a beautiful Nova. The fit and finish is very nice. The doors, hood, and trunk align correctly and close easily.
Classic Super Sport trim has been installed throughout along with an SS hood, healthy 454 GM crate V8 & Tremec 5-Speed Manual Transmission.
The wheels of choice are highly polished American Racing 17-Inch Hopster wheels wrapped in Parnelli Jones blackwall radials sized at 255/45R17s & 215/45R17s.

 



 


1962 Chevrolet Impala SS


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this high quality classic '62 Impala Super Sport. This top-tier Impala Hardtop Chevrolet SS boasts tens of thousands spent in recent mechanicals and cosmetics. It is powered by a GM crate 350/330HP. This is a beautiful car and a pleasure to drive.
The exterior is finished in the correct 918 Aqua Mist, also known as Twilight Blue. The paint and body is high quality and in exceptional condition. The chrome work has been restored front to back.
The interior has been restored with attention to originality along with tasteful modern upgrades such as an ididit tilt steering column, direct XM radio, leather-wrapped billet steering wheel, and vintage air conditioning system.
The upholstery features fully restored aqua blue SS bucket seating.
A polished ididit tilt steering column is fitted beneath the leather-wrapped billet steering wheel.
There is a trio of Sunpro gauges to monitor the oil pressure, water temperature, and voltage. These gauges are mounted in a discreet chromed bezel.
In addition to the SS exclusive aluminum dash trim, a direct XM radio has been installed wired into the AM/FM head unit.
This is a very nice car. The upholstery is in excellent condition. The weather-stripping has been replaced throughout as well.

 



 


1977 Ford Bronco


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic trail ready 4-wheel-drive 1977 Ford Bronco. This Bronco displays restoration completed around 2000. It was brought down to bare metal and refinished throughout. The drivetrain was replaced, suspension upgraded, interior upgraded, and much more. Today, this is a stout classic Ford Bronco in very good condition.
This Texas Bronco is at home on the trail or the street. It showcases a Wild Horses system 9, 3.5 coils with 4.5 rear leaves, suspension system and a 2-inch body lift.
The exterior is finished in vivid PPG Viper Yellow with accents. The paint is in very good condition, with some flaws if you look closely. The body is very solid and straight.
Bushwacker Duraflex Fender Flares fit this Bronco's persona perfectly.
The wheels of choice are American Mags, fitted with 35-inch General AP Grabber tires sized at 35 x 12.50 on all four corners with a matching spare.
The custom front tubular bumper features KC Lighting and a WARN winch, both operated with overhead toggle switches.
The rear bumper also houses a spare tire/wheel and fuel can.
The interior features Autometer gauges along with the stock speedometer cluster. The dash was disassembled and refinished in matching PPG Viper Yellow. The tub and interior has been rhino-lined. A Quick Air II system is operated with a toggle switch and easy-read gauge.



 


1967 Chevy Camaro Convertible RS/SS


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible. This is a true RS/SS with its original trim tag to confirm it.
1967 would introduce the brand new Camaro to the table. GM was now in the Pony Car business.
The factory trim identification plate is in place. This is a Norwood, Ohio built example with the options decoded as follows ; Rally Sport (3L), Super Sport (4P), 4th week November build date (11D), Tinted Glass, Center Console, Bolero Red Exterior, Black Custom Vinyl Interior, V8 Convertible
Under the hood is the warmed-over 400 c.i. smallblock V8. Gone is the original engine. This powerplant has been fitted with a performance cam, higher compression, updated 4bbl. carburetor and aluminum intake along with a free-flowing exhaust. The transmission of choice is a performance-oriented TREMEC 5-speed manual.
 



 


1965 Pontiac Tempest Lemans


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This is one of 14,227 Pontiac Tempest Lemans Sedans produced in 1965. This is a well-documented example built at the Fremont, California assembly plant and sold new at Bryant Pontiac in Covina, California for $3,277.38. We have the original warranty booklet with the metal plate as well as the owner’s manual, window sticker, registration receipts, and several vintage road maps from California. This is your opportunity to own a very unique Pontiac Tempest Lemans.
The exterior is finished in its correct Bluemist slate metallic finish. The body is exceptionally straight and the paint is in good condition as well. This is a dry climate, California car and it shows. The car is proudly on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
Open the doors to the mid 1960's. The hood, trunk, and doors open and close correctly.
This interior retains its correct components such as the AM pushbutton radio, padded dash, and round gauges.
The optional padded dash is in excellent condition.
The 2-tone vinyl seating shows well front to back. There is some damage to the driver's side shown above, frayed piping.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this Dallas, Texas DSO 1966 Ford Mustang Hardtop. Sold new at Jarmon Ford in Carrollton, Texas, this Mustang is complete with its original owner's manual. The colors of choice are the factory correct hues of Sauterne Gold with Light Ivy Gold & White Pony Luxury Interior. The car shows excellent and is a pleasure to drive and show
The exterior showcases its correct Sauterne Gold paint professionally refinished. The paint and body is in exceptional condition.
The interior features factory-optioned Light Ivy Gold & White Pony (luxury) interior complete with matching seat belts.
Under the hood is the strong-running 289 c.i. V8. Originally a 2bbl. C code, this engine has been fitted with an Edelbrock Performer 289 intake & Holley 4bbl. carburetor. A modern air conditioning compressor and components have been fitted to this car along with the Ford interior air conditioning vent box.
Further inspection of the engine compartment confirm detailed and solid sheet metal throughout. The factory VIN stamping is clean on the inner fender. The door identification plate is also in place. This is a Dallas, Texas shipped example sold new at Jarmon Ford in Carrollton, Texas.
 



 


1989 Buick Lesabre T-type


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The sport-luxury Buick LeSabre T-type was produced in limited numbers during a short 3-year production run. There were 15,938 in total, with 5389 produced in 1989. This example is one of the last produced. It is a recipient of the Senior Preservation Award at the 2007 Buick Nationals meet in Bellevue, Washington. This is an extremely well-maintained, always-garaged example.
Buick's LeSabre T-type was listed as a separate model, when it was actually an option package on the LeSabre coupe. Appealing to younger buyers, this sport-oriented LeSabre featured front & rear air dams, T-type badging, a grand touring suspension, special 16-inch alloy wheels, and other exclusive features. The T-package was available at an added cost of $1,958.
This beautiful example displays excellent Ruby Red Clearcoat paint throughout. The finish is original to the car with exception of a professional repaint of the polyurethane body cladding as needed. This is an always garaged example and it shows.
These black-center 16-inch alloy wheels are fitted with Yokohoma radials sized at 225/60R15 on each corner. Combined with blacked-out trim, there were hints of the Grand National T-type.




 


1955 Ford Thunderbird

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This classic first-year Thunderbird is finished in its correct Raven Black. The exterior showcases straight body panels and nice paint throughout. This beautiful example shows well throughout.
The 1955 Thunderbird's auxiliary hardtop was devoid of the traditional portholes. Introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in 1954, the Thunderbird was an instant classic. Built to compete with Corvette, Ford had a winner.
The black soft top is also in excellent condition. This classic interior features the astra-dial daylight illuminated speedometer as well as the optional power seat. The upholstery is finished in black and white vinyl.
Under the hood is the Thunderbird 292 c.i. paired with the later C4 Automatic Transmission. The transmission was recently rebuilt. This Thunderbird power plant is rated at 198 horsepower. The engine compartment features the original firewall, inner fenders, and core support in good condition throughout. The valve covers are the original finned units.
The exhaust gases are expelled through the original bumper exits.
At a cost of $3,151, only 16,155 1955’s Ford Thunderbirds were produced.


 



 


1965 Ford Mustang Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this outstanding nut & bolt rotisserie restored 1965 Ford Mustang. This car is a show quality street machine inside, outside, and underneath. It is built with 100s of hours invested both in design and execution. Virtually every nut & bolt is either stainless, plated, or chromed for looks and rust prevention. Power is courtesy of a balanced and blueprinted 302 cubic inch V8 paired with a Tremec 5-Speed.

The exterior is finished in Victory Red. The paint and body are excellent. This car showcases a complete rotisserie restoration, stripped to bare metal.
The engine compartment has been built to show quality, as has the rest of this Mustang.
A Shelby Fiberglass Hood & Tachometer were fitted on the car.
The undercarriage is show quality & features modern suspension upgrades such as coil-over shocks & springs up front as well as powder-coated and chromed components throughout. You'll find stainless steel braided lines, coated fasteners, and shiny Victory red paint throughout. This underbody is outstanding. Special welded subframe connectors reinforce the entire unibody.

The interior showcases the same quality as the rest of this high class classic Mustang. Complete Parchment Pony upholstery is paired with real Mahogany Stained Wood accents.



 


1969 Chevrolet El Camino 


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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautifully restored 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle / El Camino. This classic Chevy underwent a complete restoration approximately 3,000 miles ago. It was completed in 2009 and is complete with a stack of receipts. The exterior displays very nice Hugger Orange paint throughout. This is a detailed build inside and out. It is powered by a healthy 350 c.i. pump gas V8 backed by a 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission. This is a cruiser that you can show.
The exterior showcases a high quality base/clearcoat finish in Hugger Orange. The body panels align correctly and the body is very, very straight and clean. This is a really nice '69 El Camino that we are proud to display.
Under the steel cowl induction hood you'll find a warmed-over 350 V8. Note the intricate hand pinstripes accentuating the cowl bulge.
This drivetrain has approximately 3,000 miles thus far. The engine features a roller valvetrain with hydraulic lifters and roller rockers. The improved smallblock Chevrolet's increased thirst is quenched via a Holley 750cfm 4bbl. carburetor atop a Hugger Orange powdercoated aluminum Edelbrock RPM Air Gap intake manifold. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through custom Hooker headers and a true dual exhaust system with Thrust mufflers. The fuel/air mixture gets an enhanced spark courtesy of an MSD 6-AL box with rev limiter. Timing duties are spot on thanks the gear drive unit.



 


1955 Chevrolet BelAir


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this powerful classic 1955 Chevrolet BelAir. This car has been built to drive and show. It is track ready, but yet to make a pass. Tens of Thousands have been invested in this one-off Fifty-Five
The exterior has been finished in unique two-tone White & Red. The paint and body show well throughout. This is an all-steel bodied '55 without fiberglass panels. It retains the steel hood, fenders, and body. Terry's Outback Restoration of Edgewood, Texas is responsible for much of the time and execution spent on this Classic Street Beast.
The power 4-wheel Wilwood Disc Braking System is by Tuff Stuff.

Under the hood is the powerful Chevrolet Big Block V8. This balanced & blueprinted engine was assembled with precision and care by Kevin Helm Racing. This is a dyno-tuned powerplant churning out 718+ horsepower at 6500 rpm and 643 lb-ft of torque at 4800 rpm.
Induction is courtesy of a just plain 'ole MEAN BDS Supercharger system. This polished 8-71 blower is topped by twin 850 cfm. polished Holley carburetors, quenching the thirst of this pressurized beast of an engine.

 



 


1956 Chevrolet BelAir Sedan


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“Enjoy our brief tour of this Fabulous Fifty-Six”
Certainly aircraft styling influences are on display then and now.
The exterior showcases exceptional paint throughout. The body panels are very straight and correctly aligned. This is a professionally done restoration and it shows.
The chrome and bright work have been restored and are also in excellent condition.
An interesting note is the millions Chevrolet spent to design the 1956 Chevrolet. The many one-year-only design cues were soon a memory with the introduction of the new 1957 Chevrolet.
Bowtie lenses are a nice touch.
Chevrolet's upscale BelAir trim package was available on the hardtop and sedans.
Under the hood is the later 350 c.i. V8 engine. This powerplant features 4bbl. carburetion courtesy of a Holley carburetor atop an Edelbrock aluminum intake. Note the restored condition of the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. This engine bay has been completely gone through and shows extremely well. The cast iron manifolds breathe through the custom dual exhaust system and sound excellent.
Accessories include power front disc brakes, power steering and air conditioning. The transmission of choice is the stout GM TH400 3-Speed Automatic.

 



 


1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this limited production 1996 Chevrolet Corvette GS. This is #403 out of 1,000 produced in a one-year-only model run. These cars were built to commemorate the Grand Sport racing Corvette C2s. This is a pristine collector quality example with 37,404 original miles. It is an always garaged and well-maintained car, never modified or raced. This is one of only 810 coupes produced and one of only 270 GS Corvettes total with red interior. Even fewer were ordered with the F45 adjustable suspension. The exterior is finished in original Admiral Blue with white strip and the legendary red hashmarks. The paint is in excellent condition.
The optional Torch Red & Black interior is the most desirable on the Grand Sport cars and was only opted to be installed in 270 of the 1000 produced.
This GS is also optioned with the 3-way adjustable F45 suspension.

Under the hood is the LT-4 Grand Sport V8. This special powerplant was under-rated at 330 horsepower. These engines were the only available powerplant with the Corvette Grand Sports and only available with the ZF 6-speed manual transmission.



 


1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible. This nice example showcases a very clean exterior, interior, and strong engine. We have thousands in receipts from 2011 alone, detailing the rebuilt transmission, replaced fuel pump, new Convertible top boot, and much more. This is a well-maintained example finished in its correct Goldwood yellow. The paint shows very good throughout, with imperfections on closer inspection. This is a very straight and clean Corvair ready to drive and enjoy.
1964 would be the last year of this classic early Corvair body style. The 1964 is widely known as the best of the early Corvairs thanks to their suspension improvements. Also, engine displacement was increased to 164 cubic inches for the year model. Base horsepower increased to 95, with 110 horsepower being optional.
The interior is finished in classic black vinyl seating with standard accompaniments. The bucket seating is in great shape.
The rear vinyl seating also shows well.
The Delco AM radio is in place and works as it should.
The unique Corvair Monza dash and brightwork is intact throughout and in good condition. The factory rim-blown horn and steering wheel are also intact.
The factory doors and door panels show well, as do the door undersides.
 



 


1955 Buick Special


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Buick's Special showcased a brand-new body design and chassis for 1954 along with the classic Nailhead V8. 1955 would bring still more changes with a streamlined grille and beautiful chrome-laden tail light & bumper design. This example showcases the classic low and wide design along with the classic two-tone red & white paint scheme of the era. The brightwork is in outstanding condition throughout. This is no ordinary Buick. This car has been built for comfort, reliability, and show. We hope you enjoy the following presentation.
A trio of VentiPorts announced the Special model designation. The 1949 to '57 Buick Specials have 3 VentiPorts, while more expensive offerings had 4.
The paint and body show exceptionally well throughout this '55 Buick. There are subtle and tasteful custom features to look for.
Another custom feature are these polished aluminum wheels. These Boss Motorsport 20-inch wheels are wrapped in high performance Goodyear Eagle GTII radials sized at 275/45R20 all around.
Open the doors to classic Buick style and modern Buick luxury. The interior features plush leather seating and driver comfort features. The steering wheel and interior leave no doubt you are still in a Buick.
 



 


1972 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limousine


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1972 Cadillac Fleetwood Executive Limousine. 1972 would be Cadillac's 70th year of production and a high point in their model year. This unique Fleetwood Seventy-Five Limo shows well and is a pleasure to ride or drive. Less than 1,000 of these 9-passenger limousines were produced in 1972. Thousands of dollars have been spent to maintain this Cadillac. We have receipts throughout the 2000s for numerous jobs performed on this car
The exterior is finished in classic Silver. The paint shows well, with only minor imperfection. The body is exceptionally straight throughout. This car is fully silver, without the rust prone padded vinyl top or sunroof.

This is when a limousine meant something. The interior features plush cloth and leather upholstery along with footrests for your rear occupants along with opera lighting.
The driver's compartment is clean and detailed as well, showcasing the two-tone upholstery along with the vintage dash and instruments. A latter Kenwood AM/FM CD Stereo has been installed under the dash as well. This is a driver's car, with nearly 1,000 just spent in 2011 rebuilding the front end & aligning the car.
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe 


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This beautiful 1969 Chevy Camaro features quality base/clear coat paint along with reliable mechanicals, high quality interior, and Z/28 trim.
The Camaro was a success. From its introduction in 1967 until the last first generation car in '69, sales figures were on the rise and Americans were in love with the Camaro. The 1969 model year brought a dramatic restyling. The Camaro received new quarters, door skins and fenders along with a beautiful redesigned interior and trim.
The '69 Camaro appeared low and wide. The grille became a deep set version that fit the car perfectly.
The tail lights were also re-styled, broken into three sections. A heavy "eye brow" crease was sculpted into both sides of the '69 Camaro, extending from the front wheel well to the rear wheel well. A matching crease went from the rear wheel well to the rear quarter panel.
Under the '69 Camaro's menacing cowl induction hood you could order anything from an anemic 6 cylinder engine to a ground-pounding 396 or very rare 427 big block. In all, there were 14 engine combinations available in the 1969 Camaro. This was truly the heyday for the American Muscle Car. This example is fitted with a stout 350 c.i. 4bbl V8 producing approx. 375 horsepower.



 


 

1973 Ford Mustang 1 Fastback


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This 2-owner Mustang Mach 1 was purchased from the original owner's estate. The 40,560 miles are believed to be original to this car. This Mustang body styled was produced from 1971 until 1973 and would be the last of this classic fastback body. It is finished in its correct Medium Yellow Gold with Black accents. It is powered by the stock 302 c.i. 2bbl. V8 and is a pleasure to cruise and show. This Mustang shows well throughout.
Easily distinguished from its lesser brethren, the MACH 1 features aggressive styling cues throughout. This broad, muscular stance is further accentuated with the MACH 1 front & rear spoilers in addition to the eggshell black hood treatment and striping. This car retains its stock features throughout.
Special stripes and lettering leaves no doubt you are looking at a Mustang Mach 1. The urethane front bumper is original and in excellent condition as well.
Open the door to 1973. This classic interior features the factory Mustang high back vinyl seating in excellent condition throughout.

 



 


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Enjoy our presentation of this classic 1964 1/2 early production San Jose, California built Ford Mustang Convertible. This Mustang was restored by it's owner approximately 5 years ago and has been garaged since. It is mechanically sound and a pleasure to drive with the classic 260 V8, as you can see in the video above. The owner chose a bright white instead of Whimbleton white. The interior features Pony upholstery in red. This is your opportunity to own unit production number 100426. 1965 Mustangs produced from March 1964 until late July 1964 are referred to as "64 1/2" Mustangs
 

These 14-inch styled steel wheels show very well. The brakes have been re-done throughout.
The exterior is finished in classic white. The paint and body are in exceptional condition with only minor flaws to note. The paint work was done 5 years ago. The brightwork shows well. The wheels of choice are classic reproduction 14-inch Styled Steel Mustang wheels wrapped in raised white letter performance tires sized at 195/70R14 on all 4 corners.
Unique to the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustangs were angled hood edges.
 




 


1968 Chevrolet Camaro


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this unique '68 Chevy Camaro in Butternut Yellow. A Los Angeles built example, powered by its numbers matching 327 4bbl. V8, this 4-speed backed Camaro is a good solid musclecar.
The exterior is finished in Butternut Yellow with White Rally Sport Stripes. The body is exceptionally straight and the paint shows well on this dry climate Camaro. There are some chips and scratches to note as well, seen in the photographs.
Note the scratch shown above. This Camaro is also equipped with upper and lower body moulding along with front & rear spoilers.
Classic Super Sport striping is adorned on the hood, decklid, and paired with hockey stick sport stripes.
Open the doors to 1968. The interior features factory black vinyl standard bucket seating along with a center console & SS style gauges with voltage, clock, oil pressure, and temperature. A Clarion AM/FM CD Stereo has been installed as well. Sony speakers are mounted in the rear panel behind the window.


 



 


1975 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this exceptional 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. Out of 33,836 Corvettes produced in '75, only 4,629 were convertibles. 1975 would be the last Corvette convertible year model until 1986.
This beautiful example is believed to have accrued just shy of 50,000 original miles. Its condition certainly reflects this. Also, note how straight the odometer numerals are.
This example showcases excellent paint and body in its factory correct Silver color. The exterior displays smooth, glossy paint throughout; free of the typical stress cracks. This is a garage-kept Corvette and it shows.
Under the hood is the number's matching 350 L48. This powerplant was factory rated at 165 horsepower, but certainly feels like much more. This is a strong running Corvette. 1975 was the 1st year that Corvette offered only a single engine displacement (350) since 1964. 1975 would also be the 1st year of a high energy ignition system for Corvette, replacing the archaic points & condensor ignition. The factory ignition shielding is in place as is the fresh-air cowl breather. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and detailed original fiberglass throughout the inner fenders. The core support and firewall are also in excellent condition.

 




 


1969 Chevy Camaro Super Sport
 

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A true enthusiast's option, the L-89 aluminum head 396 would set you back over $700.00 in 1969. Approximately 311 were known to have been ordered. How many of them were ordered in Tuxedo black with Ivory Interior? This one was.
This beautiful Super Sport L-89 Camaro features its correct engine, transmission, and rear end. It is finished in its correct Tuxedo Black paint with Ivory White Interior. This is an extremely high quality car restored to original. This is your opportunity to own a very rare COPO Camaro.
The exterior showcases high quality Tuxedo Black paint. The finish of the car is excellent. Body panels align correctly and the reflection is deep and smooth throughout the car. The Super Sport striping is even and bright throughout. This is an incredible Camaro.
Under the hood you'll find the 396 big block L-89 engine. This seldom seen powerplant was factory rated at 375 horsepower. Few buyers opted for the iron-head L-78 version with the same horsepower, even fewer opted for the whopping $700+ aluminum cylinder head L-89 engine. These lightweight heads made for a substantial weight savings on the front end, where the Camaro needed it most.

 


 



 


1974 Triumph TR-6

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This well-maintained Triumph TR-6 is finished in its correct color of vivid Mimosa yellow. The 43,924 miles are original to the car. The finish is recent and shows well. This is a mechanically well maintained example and is ready to cruise and enjoy. Feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The popular TR-6 model Triumph was introduced in 1969 and produced until 1976. An upgrade from the previous models, the TR-6 boasted an increased displacement as well as improved interior accompaniments and trunk cargo space. Approximately 94,619 TR6's were produced during the production run, the majority destined to the United States.
This example has been restored in its original shade of bright Mimosa yellow. The paint and sheet metal shows well throughout.
This stance is thanks to the factory 15-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin X Redline radial tires. The spare tire/wheel is also in place in the recessed trunk compartment. Stopping power is thanks to power-assist front disc brakes. The brake system has been recently gone through, the master cylinder was replaced as well as the flexible brake lines and rear brake cylinders.


 




 


1994 Ford Mustang Convertible Indianapolis 500 Pace Car 


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The 1994 Ford Mustang would become the 3rd to pace the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was powered by a new version of Ford's High Output 5.0 Liter V8 rated at 240 horsepower. 1,000 of these cars were produced, all convertibles in red with tan interior. We are proud to introduced # 488.
This well documented example is complete with original window sticker, decal box, and an album full of information, the SVT registry page, and much more. The car was sold new at Leif Johnson Ford Inc in Austin, Texas.
1994 would also be the debut year of a brand new Mustang bodystyle, replacing the long running Fox body design.
The exterior presents a high quality Rio Red base/clearcoat finish. Although this is a low mileage example, it was recently professionally painted to eliminate any imperfections, door scratches primarily. It is an always garaged example and never wrecked.


Open the doors to this classic Pace Car convertible. The interior features factory-optioned saddle tan leather with Pace Car accents. The plaque is in place on the console, confirming this to be car #488 out of 1000.

 



 


1967 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this well-maintained original 1967 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe. Wearing its factory Sandalwood Beige finish and powered by the 429 V8, this Cadillac rides and drives down the road smooth and with style. This car was purchased new at Frank Kent in Ft. Worth, Texas and has been in the same family since 1972. The mileage is said to be original to the car.
The 1967 Eldorao featured a new knife-edged design with hidden headlights and a formal roofline. This front-wheel-drive Eldorado is well optioned and was at the top of Cadillac's line for 1967.
The exterior presents factory Sudan Beige paint throughout. The finish is in exceptional condition, with a number of chip-touch ups on the all original dry climate body. The paint is also original with exception of some paint work on the right rear quarter panel. There are some imperfections to note such as minor bubbling in a few areas under the dark brown vinyl top. The car also has an extra NOS fabric top.
Open the doors to 1967. The interior features original components throughout. Factory Sandalwood leather upholstery shows well. The perforated leather is clean and free of tears. The dash features the original instruments. Factory optioned include auto-dimming headlights, power seat, power windows, and intermittent wipers. The air conditioning system is factory original as well.

 



 


2007 Dodge Magnum SRT8


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this meticulously maintained and always garaged 2007 Dodge Magnum SRT-8. This special wagon has been mildly customized with subtle features and is in excellent condition. It was previously Chrysler executive owned. This wagon has been kept in climate controlled storage and always garaged with approximately 9,765 miles on the odometer thus far.
The exterior showcases excellent Black Crystal Pearl paint throughout. This is a very well cared for vehicle.
According to Chrysler literature, the Dodge Magnum's low glass to body ratio gives it a protective appearance and unmistakable road presence. This beefy SRT8 version with its 6.1 liter HEMI and aggressive styling cues certainly adds to this description.
The factory coated 20-inch alloy wheels were sent to LA wheels and specially chromed for this vehicle. They are fitted with high performance tires sized at 245/45ZR20s & 255/45/ZR20s.


 




 


1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Fastback


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The classic Galaxie was produced from 1959 until 1974. 1964 was the 4th and final year of this body style. This example is finished in bright red with a white hardtop and paired with original stainless that has been polished. The paint and body is good & presentable, with a number of chips. Overall, it shows well.
Open the doors to 1964. The interior features vinyl & cloth bench seating along with factory instrumentation. There is an aftermarket Kenwood AM/FM CD Stereo in the dash not coming on. An underdash air conditioning system is also installed and is working, blowing cold. This was a new system installed approximately 2 years ago.
The vintage tachometer is column-mounted and not working.
A HURST shifter has been installed as well.
The upholstery is in good condition, plush cloth with vinyl.
The over-bored version of the 260 V8 made its debut as well in '64. This example is powered by a latter smallblock Ford with breathing modifications. An Edelbrock Street Master Intake & 4bbl. carburetor are paired with free flowing headers and a dual exhaust system. Engine accessories include power steering and air conditioning. Further inspection of the engine compartment confirm original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support.

 




 

 


1966 Daimler Majestic Major DR450 Limousine 

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We are proud to present this beautiful classic 1966 Daimler Majestic Major Limousine. This restored example features a recently overhauled upper engine ($7,000) along with quality paint and interior. This is the perfect classic vehicle for your personal or business use. We hope you enjoy our presentation.
In 1961, Daimler introduced the formal limousine version of its Majestic Major, the DR450.
The DR450 was built on a lengthen chassis and weighs in at approximately 2 tons. Only 864 examples were built until the last production year of 1968. This example showcases quality British Racing Green & Black paint throughout.
The beautiful interior features two rows of seating for rear passengers.
The driver's compartment is luxurious in its own right. The wood dash features an array of instruments and switches controlling everything from courtesy lighting to the glass partition.
The upholstery is in excellent condition front to back. The carpeting is clean and detailed as is the headliner and door panels.
 




 


1924 Ford T-Bucket Roadster

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We have seen many T-Bucket's, but none with such quality and curb appeal!
This car is a blast to drive and show. It has won many trophies and plaques.
This is a true Hot Rod.
Power is courtesy of this balanced & blueprinted small block Chevrolet V8. This "roller" valve train features angle port heads & induction courtesy of a Holley 850cfm 4bbl. carburetor atop a tunnel ram intake. MSD ignition handles the spark duties with a pro-billet distributor and wires.
This is a powerful T-Bucket and not for the faint of heart. It is surprisingly easy to drive. Note the Lokar shifter and tilt steering column.
Exhaust gases are expelled through these custom side pipes. It sounds excellent. This car actually has two sets of pipe headers, one for show and one for running.
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350


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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautifully restored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 350 SS. This car is finished in its factory correct Bright Blue Metallic with Ivory Houndstooth interior. Simply stated, it is absolutely stunning.
Power is courtesy of the warmed-over 350 c.i. 4bbl. V8. This is the original block - (pad stampings T10205HA & 19N559068) mated to the correct Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission. This engine has been fitted with aluminum Edelbrock cylinder heads as well as an aluminum Edelbrock intake. Exhaust gases are expelled through true ceramic coated headers to a free-flowing dual exhaust system.
The engine compartment itself is in excellent condition. The inner fenders are clean and detailed as is the firewall and core support. The air conditioning system has been added and is in excellent working condition. Detailed components are found throughout this Camaro. Polished billet aluminum valve covers are paired with a chromed timing cover and power steering pump. Also you'll find a chromed alternator & bracket as well as replaced & restored components throughout.
 



 


1933 Buick Model 57 Sedan 


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this antique 1933 Buick 50 Series Model 57 Sedan. This is an older survivor in well-preserved condition


This classic Buick is owned by legendary NFL football player, Mr. Pettis Norman. Mr. Norman is an original Dallas Cowboy and a class-act. He was an intricate part of Tom Landry's offense throughout the 1960s and we are proud to advertise his Buick for him. Thank you sir!


Replaced the Series 121, Buick's Series 50 models were in their 4th year in 1933. They ride on a 119-inch wheelbase and feature a strong X-frame chassis. This example rides on vintage 17-Inch Buick Wheels wrapped in Wide White Poly tires sized at 6.00-17s. Overall height was lower by 2.25 inches.
The dual side mount spares are also in place.
This is an elegant automobile from a bygone era.
Buick sales literature touted the new veed grille design and a
beavertail rear design specific to the Sedans.

 




 


1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible


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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautifully restored 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. This car underwent a complete restoration completed approximately 6 years ago. This car is in excellent condition, ready to drive, show and enjoy. Thousands have been spent on everything from the engine and transmission rebuilt to a 4-wheel disc brake system, to the deep Rangoon Red finish. This car has been completely re-wired to original specifications. It is a beautiful example, indeed.
"This 1964 Ford Thunderbird is a 100% rust free car from new with no rust or repair anywhere, ever! It is finished in its correct colors of Rangoon Red with Red Leather Interior, and white convertible top. This rare southern classic underwent a ground-up restoration including exterior, interior, chrome, top, mechanical, and all new wiring of the entire car to factory specifications. Options include all original matching number 390 V8 with chrome dress-up kit, automatic transmission Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels, and upgraded to 4-wheel disc brakes for reliability.
All aspects of this highly optioned car were attended to during the restoration including the interior, which was redone in leather not vinyl with the very rare dual reclining seats and headrests. The chrome and brightwork is equally impressive. The engine is ready to score big at any Ford meet and the underside is similarly well detailed.
 


 



 


1966 Ford Mustang


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Always a dry climate example, this car was originally ordered to a dealership in Dallas, Texas and is proudly displayed in our showroom
This stance sets this 'stang off perfectly. The wheels are 17-inch polished Boyd's wrapped in 245/45/ZR17 Falken tires all around. GT styled stripes adorn the lower body lines.
The front end houses a custom billet grille.
Behind the billet grille is this strong-running 302 c.i. V8. This powerplant features induction courtesy of a Holley 4bbl. carburetor atop an aluminum Edelbrock intake. Exhaust gases are expelled through chromed headers to true dual pipes that sound excellent. This was originally a C-code 2bbl 289 equipped Mustang. The rear end houses highway-friendly 2.80 gearing. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm will and detailed sheet metal throughout the firewall and core support. The inner fenders are also in excellent condition, the original identification stamping in place.

 
 


 



 


1937 Chevrolet Business Coupe

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This beautiful 1937 Chevrolet features a high quality brilliant red finish over an all steel body. The finish and body is in excellent condition. This 1937 Chevy Master Business Coupe is ready to show, drive, and enjoy.
A Business Coupe, this beautiful Chevrolet is certainly all business... and pleasure! The original body style identification plate is in place, confirming this to be a regular Two-Door 1937 Chevrolet Two-Passenger Business Coupe.
The doors, hood cowls and trunk lid open and close correctly. This is a body off frame restoration and it shows.
The interior features custom pressed vinyl interior panels and leather seating along with all quality gauges and wiring. The upholstery is in excellent condition throughout.
The dash has been completely restored in a beautiful metallic gray finish. The gauges are classic white-face Autometer that include a 120 mph speedometer, oil pressure, temperature, and voltage gauge. A quartz clock has also been incorporated in this very tidy setup.
 



 


1968 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible


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Chevrolet's Corvair was produced from 1960 until 1969. The latter example featuring much improved suspension geometry, etc. This example is powered by the 2.7 liter engine with dual carburetors. It features a clean, polished black exterior, red vinyl/cloth interior, and is a pleasure to drive and show. This is a well-maintained example that features components replaced and restored as needed. The top was recently replaced and later air conditioning system serviced
The 2nd generation Corvair features a fully independent rear suspension similar to the Corvette. Power is courtesy of the 2.7 Liter engine with twin carburetors. This powerplant was available with 95 horsepower all the way to 180 horsepower with a turbocharger. The 4-carburetor "140" versions were rated at 140 horsepower. This example's twin carburetor version produces approximately 110 horsepower. A later 134A air conditioning system has been installed as well.


 




 


1937 Ford Five-Window Coupe 

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The high quality OZE body is finished in DuPont Hot Hues Champagne & Burgundy. The finish is show quality. This is one serious street rod.
The killer stance is thanks to the Air Ride Technology & Billet Specialties Wheels. 17x7s in front & 18x10 in back. These polished wheels are wrapped in B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A rubber sized at 215/45ZR17s up front & 255/55R18s in back. The rear end features a Ford 9-inch & 4-link suspension in conjunction with the air bags.
The sculpted suicide doors feature power operated dead bolts as well as polished billet hardware. The interior showcases the classic wrap-around dash to perfection. This Coupe features beautiful leather upholstery and fine craftsmanship throughout. The custom center console features special fabricated cup holders and an armrest along with the Alpine stereo head unit, billet air conditioning controls and indicator lighting. The headliner features a beautiful sculpted design as well. The lighted instruments are by Classic Instruments. This vintage series includes the 120mph speedometer, voltage, fuel level, water temperature, and oil pressure. The carpeting is Mercedes. The seatbelts are color matched. Much time and effort went into the creation of this interior.




 


1939 Ford Coupe


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Under the hood is a healthy high performance 327 c.i. Chevrolet 4bbl. V8. This powerplant features an Isky high performance street/strip cam along with free-flowing header exhaust to custom dual pipes. The transmission of choice is a stout TH350 automatic, paired with a GM posi-traction '55 rear end. Accessories include air conditioning, power front disc brakes, and power steering. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm a quality custom firewall as well. The valve covers and aluminum intake manifold are polished. Induction is courtesy of an Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor.
The undercarriage features a Fatman chassis along with a Mustang II front end and front coil-over suspension. This is a solid underbody. This car has been garage kept.
The power-operated trunk lid features custom upholstery inside.
Edsel Ford is largely credited with the unique design of this era Ford. Lincoln and Mercury design cues are also evident in the stylish 1939 and 1940 Fords.
The opera windows are a beautiful design feature.
The stylish Coupe design is favorite among enthusiasts. This example showcases an older blue metallic base/clearcoat finish in very good condition. There are minor flaws present on close inspection. The brightwork shows well throughout as does the window glass and steel body.
 




 


1957 Ford Thunderbird

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1957 Ford Thunderbird.
This attractive last year baby Bird was ordered in very unique Thunderbird Bronze with Bronze interior & Colonial White Porthole Top.
Power is courtesy of the D-code 312 4bbl. Thunderbird V8 engine factory rated at 245 horsepower & 332 ft-lbs of torque.
The identification plate is in place. This car was originally ordered in Los Angeles, California and still sports its correct Bronze & Copper Combination with the Colonial White hardtop.
The interior features factory Copper seating along with factory instruments. This would be the first year of optional solid Copper interior.
The seat upholstery shows well as do the door panels. This is an older restoration that shows well.
The tachometer is not working. The speedometer works as it should.
The door undersides are solid.
The 1957 Ford Thunderbird would be the last of the iconic early 2-seat Thunderbird's. The sheetmetal was re-designed, rear quarter panels lengthed, and the interior re-designed in several areas.
The porthole hardtop was considered a standard feature for 1957, although a non-porthole top was available when requested.

 



 


1993 Porsche 928 GTS


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The 928 GTS is remembered as one of the finest Grand Touring Sports Cars ever. During the 93-95 928GTS production run only 406 were produced for North America. This example is in the 928 registry and has been well maintained. This month the car has just received over $7,500 in repair work. This includes a new clutch assembly, new air conditioning compressor from Porsche with lines needed. Also the steering rack was just replaced. All of this work was done at 928 Docs in Denton, Texas. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The exterior showcases the original black finish throughout. There are minor imperfections on this exceptional low mileage example. Approximately 38,809 miles have been logged thus far on this garage-kept example.
The 1993 Porsche 928 GTS would be the fastest of the 928 cars to date. Power is courtesy of an all-aluminum 345 horsepower V8. This special engine features a crankshaft with 8 main bearings instead of 6, lighter connecting rods and forged pistons. Compression was rated at a healthy 10.4:1. This engine is paired with the optional Getrag 5-Speed Manual Transmission. This month the clutch assembly was replaced and flywheel surfaced by a Porsche specialty shop in Denton, Texas. The 1993 model features an upgraded clutch over previous 928s.

 




 


1958 Chevrolet Impala


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Chevrolet's Impala made its debut in 1958 as an upscale trim package on the full-sized BelAir. Its popularity enticed GM to give the Impala its own model designation for 1959. The Impala would be American's favorite full-sized Chevrolet for decades to come. This example features desirable options such as the 348 V8, Onyx Black interior and multi-colored factory interior.
The exterior showcases an exceptionally straight body finished in the correct Onyx Black color the car was originally born with. The finish is quality done, showing a few minor imperfections on close inspection. Overall, the paint and body are very nice.
The side stainless is exceptional. The front and rear bumper chromed has been restored.
The upholstery is the correct multi-colored fabric and imitation leather. The seating is in good condition front to back, with some wear evident on the driver's side.
The dash displays the original instruments and brightwork throughout along with the later AM/FM cassette stereo. The speedometer is working, however neither the lighter nor the clock are working.
 



 


1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am


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The Pontiac Firebird enjoyed big success for 1978. The Trans Am was the top optioned model and certainly the best seller. A record 187,285 Firebirds & Trans Ams were produced this year, with 93,341 being Trans Am car. This WS4 T/A rides on its factory 15-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 225/70R15 Goodyear Eagle II rubber all around.

The exterior of this Trans Am is finished in correct Chesterfield Brown upper and lower colors with gold Trans Am lettering.
The iconic Firebird is in place on the hood along with the factory shaker hood scoop assembly.
Closer inspection of the finish will confirm clean and detailed original body panels throughout. The paint shows well with only minor imperfection.
The Trans Am's classic glass t-top panels are in very good condition on either side.
Under the hood is the 6.6 Liter 400 c.i. 4bbl. V8. This power plant was rated at 220 horsepower when fitted in the Trans Am. The engine compartment displays the original firewall, inner fenders and core support sheet metal throughout.
Open the doors to the 1970s. This interior showcases the correct Camel tan vinyl upholstery throughout and is in excellent condition.
The dash displays the classic race-inspired factory gauges, tachometer and machine-turned dash trim. The tilt steering column is fitted with the factory 3-spoke steering wheel.
 



 


1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL Roadster


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this well-maintained 1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL Roadster. 1972 would bring the first year of the classic R107 Mercedes chassis. This line would be produced until 1989 in various configurations.
The blue soft top is clean and seals well. It has had a tear repaired on the driver's side, photographed.
In addition to the blue soft top, we have the auxiliary hardtop, also in exceptional condition, complete with the headliner and weather-strip.
Open the doors to 1972.
The blue upholstery is in excellent condition throughout.
Under the hood is the Mercedes 4.5 Liter V8 engine with 230 SAE horsepower rating. This power plant is paired with the 3-speed automatic transmission. Further inspection of the engine compartment will reveal solid firewall, inner fender, and core support steel along with factory components and identification. This car was recently serviced at Kraus Automotive in Lewisville, Texas. The air conditioning blows cold.
The undercarriage features factory independent front and rear wishbone suspension along with solid flooring throughout.



 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Convertible


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1966 would mark the one millionth Mustang produced.
This Dallas, Texas example showcases its correct Candy apple Red finish with Red Crinkle & Red Rosette vinyl interior. It has been fitted with updated air conditioning and is a pleasure to cruise in. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The exterior showcases a repaint in the original Candy apple red in good condition throughout. The paint has a nice gloss and the body is in good condition as well, showing only minor imperfections.
This stance is thanks to the factory 14-inch styled steel wheels wrapped in 195/75R14 whitewall radial tires. The majority 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 dash is clean and detailed, displaying the original gauges, steering wheel, warning lights and brightwork. The factory radio has been replaced with an aftermarket Mustang cassette stereo. The air conditioning works exceptionally well, thanks to the updated compressor. It blows hard and cold.
 


 



 


1978 Pontiac Firebird Esprit


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1978 Pontiac Firebird Esprit. This car is in excellent condition inside, out, and underneath. It is a great car to show and drive. Firebird sales soared to record highs in 1978 with over 187,000 sold. The mid optioned Firebird Esprit was sold with a base price of $4,842 and 36,926 were produced.
This beautiful example features quality base/clearcoat silver paint with black rally stripes. The body displays quality paint and steel throughout this dry climate Pontiac. The paint work was done approximately 8 years ago and is in excellent condition today.
Open the door to 1978. The interior features restored bucket seating along with clean and detailed factory components throughout. The dash and instruments feature wood grain trim. The original radio has been replaced with a CD/MP3 AM/FM Stereo.
The sport-oriented gauges show well
The bucket seating and center console is in excellent condition. The upholstery has been restored. This is a very clean interior.
We have the original build sheet as well.


 



 


1994 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
“The Pennzoil Bike”

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In 1994, Pennzoil Inc. contacted Dale's Harley-Davidson in Mt. Vernon, IL to provide a one of a kind FLSTF (Fat Boy) for a sales and marketing program to be launched in 1995. The motorcycle was painted in Pennzoil signature colors and was accented with hand painted Pennzoil logos on the tank along with the unique Harley Davidson logo decals.
After Pennzoil received the motorcycle, they contracted 50,000 give away posters of this magnificent machine (The original posters can still be found on EBay occasionally). After the posters were produced, Pennzoil's legal department confirmed with Harley-Davidson's legal department and decided the proximity of the two trademarks was not satisfactory to either company. The posters were scrapped, but the motorcycle survived. This is your opportunity to own the original and only Harley-Davidson Pennzoil Bike.
Here are a few photos of an original page from Pennzoil's "Ticket to Ride" Harley-Davidson give-away. This was taken from a page in Popular Mechanics, October, 1994. This is the actual motorcycle offered today, the only one produced. The hand-painted Pennzoil logos compliment this beautiful Harley-Davidson perfectly.



 




 


1955 Chevrolet Two-Ten Custom

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The "210" was Chevrolet's mid-level model. 1955 would be the 1st year of the classic Tri-Five Chevy. 210 sales would be beaten by the better-equipped Bel Air . Many features offered on the Bel Air could be found on the 210, but not the entry level 150.
This example showcases a beautiful complete, frame-off restoration with less than 1,000 miles logged thus far.
The exterior is finished in brilliant silver and red base/clearcoat. The finish is in exceptional condition throughout, displaying beautifully on straight, detailed body panels.
The brightwork is polished and beautiful. The chrome bumpers have been restored as well.
This custom interior is stuning. Underneath the carpeting is a full dyna-mat insulating and sound-deadening material. All the window regulators have also been replaced. The wiring is by American Auto Wire.
This classic interior is finished in grey and red vinyl with red piping
Classic bucket seating is paired with a custom made center console with cup holders.
The dash displays a Classic Instruments Tri-Five analog gauge cluster along with a polished tilt steering column and 4-spoke wood wheel. A Pioneer CD Stereo has also been installed.



 




 


1978 Chevrolet El Camino Custom


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The Chevrolet El Camino made its debut in 1964 and was produced until 1987 in various configurations. 1978 would be the debut of a sleek new body style for El Camino
The interior features restored vinyl bench seating along with replaced carpeting. This is a very clean interior.
The dash displays excellent vinyl throughout along with the factory gauges, a mini-tachometer column mounted, along with autometer gauges to monitor water temperature and oil pressure. The 3-spoke Grant steering wheel fits this car perfectly.
The 4-speed manual transmission is a rare option for this year El Camino or any year. Although originally equipped with a 305 V8, this El Camino now sports a strong running 350 V8 along with this 4-speed manual gearbox with B&M shifter.
The bed is in very good condition as are the interior bed panels and tail gate. The bed is further protected with a rubber mat.
This El Camino rides on factory 14-inch wheels wrapped in 225/70R14 B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires.
The undercarriage showcases the stout factory 10-bolt rear end along with the dry climate solid flooring and framework throughout. The shocks have been replaced with Bilstiens.
Under the hood is this stout 350. Breathing duties have been enhanced via a 4bbl carburetor atop an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake. Headers breathe through free-flowing dual exhaust. The ignition is HEI. This El Camino is also equipped with air conditioning, power steering, and power front disc brakes. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support is clean and detailed original.
 




 


1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this resto-mod 1967 Ford Mustang. This car packs a potent 390 c.i. with extras.
1967 would bring the first major restyle of the Ford Mustang, showcasing a big power new Mustang, now available with a big block engine for the 1st time.
Many of our photos of this classic muscle Mustang were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Its muscular stance is courtesy of classic Cragar rims wrapped in B.F. Goodrich rubber. The front tires are sized at 165R15s and the rears are fitted with 275/60R15s. Front disc brakes provide the stopping power.
The exterior is finished in classic Candy apple red, the correct color for this Mustang. The exterior features straight body panels throughout. The paint is in good condition with a nice shine throughout. The quarters, doors, fenders, and undercarriage are solid. The finish has some fade on the hood and is in need of a professional polish, seal, and wax. This is a dry climate example and it shows.

 




 


1950 Chevrolet 3100 Series


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Chevrolet's Advance Design of pickup trucks debuted in 1947 and ran until 1955. In that time period, Chevrolet was the leader in truck sales. These are attractive trucks today and this one is exceptionally nice. This particular example has been restored down to the chassis. It is a nut & bolt restoration and is in excellent condition. This is a 1/2 ton delivery truck you can show with pride. It is a pleasure to drive. This one can be driven to car shows or used as an excellent business advertisement.


1950 would be the last year for the driver’s side cowl vent. This truck's has been restored to original, complete with new seals. The weather-strip has been replaced throughout this truck along with the body panel welting. This truck was completely disassembled during the restoration. We unfortunately do not have pictures of the restoration, but you can see the quality of the work.
The engine compartment displays the smooth running inline 6-cylinder engine. This power plant was factory rated at 95 horsepower for 1950 and is paired with the 3-speed manual transmission. This example features chromed trim throughout along with a very nicely painted and detailed firewall, inner fenders, and core support. A beautiful Harrison copper radiator is also utilized along with the Delco-Remy generator. The foot-operated starter is still functional as well. This is a mostly period-correct restoration with attention to detail for reliability as well.






 


1966 Chevelle SS 396
 

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The 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport wass known as the "Chevelle SS396" to represent its 396 big block engine as standard and seperate model status. The 1966 model year also brought redesigned bumpers, a new roofline with a recessed rear window between the sailing roof panels and the twin scoop SS hood was introduced this year.

Redline tires were also a standard Super Sport feature. This Chevelle's factory optional 14-inch Rally Wheels are wrapped in updated Coker Classic Redline Tires. The '66 Chevelle rode on a 115-inch wheelbase. The wheels have been refinished to match the rare code L Tropic Turquoise paint.
 




 


1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Convertible


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Convertible. This car sold new at Star Motors in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It was serviced at their Mercedes dealership from day one, as verified by the filled out warranty booklet with the car. This is a well-maintained example finished in black with original tan leather interior. It is an exceptionally low mileage example ready to own and enjoy.
The exterior showcases a deep black finish in good condition throughout. There are some chip touch-ups and paint flaws on an otherwise exceptional car.
The interior showcases the original tan leather interior and factory wood grain throughout. The dash is free of the typical dash cracks found in this ear Mercedes-Benz. This is a garage-kept example and it is reflected in its condition.
The original books and manuals are included along with two convertible top tools.
The upholstery is in beautiful condition throughout. The air conditioning blows cold and the stereo works correctly as do the power windows. The factory first aid kit is also in place.

 


 


1974 Datsun 260 Z


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Datsun's successful Z series was introduced in 1970 with the 240Z and continued into the one-year old 260Z model for 1974. This example is a long time one-owner car out of Florida. It is a good solid Z driver ready to enjoy.
The exterior has been finished in brilliant red. This was originally a bronze car. The paint and body are in good condition, there are a number of imperfections, notably some shallow dings along the passenger door edge photographed. This is a garage-kept, dry climate example and it shows throughout.
Under the hood is the strong running 2.6 liter inline 6 cylinder engine. This dual carburetor powerplant was factory rated at 139 horsepower. It is backed by the 4-speed manual transmission. Interestingly, all 260Z cars were equipped with 4-speed manual transmissions.
Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm solid original firewall, core support, and inner fender sheetmetal. Much of the bronze finish is evident underhood.
Jaguar and Ferrari styling is evident in these classic Datsun Z cars.


 


 



 


1939 Plymouth Pickup

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Plymouths light duty truck line included the wood bodied station wagon, commercial delivery, and the express line of trucks, such as this example. The Express was a cab & chassis truck featuring full fenders and running boards. These Art Deco design inspired utilitarian trucks were dubbed "PT" and produced from 1937-39. This is a well maintained truck, with receipts dating to the early 2000s.
This timeless grille is complimented with burgundy paint & black fenders/running boards.
This truck underwent a body off restoration and had all new rubber mounts installed.
The exterior displays an all steel body with driver quality paint.
The rear bumper is custom made with a hitch incorporated.
The tailgate, doors, and hood open and close correctly.
This truck rides on 15-inch wheels with 205/75R15 whitewall radial tires. We also have an extra set of 16-inch steel wheels with 6.00-16 tires.




 


1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully preserved and remarkably well documented original 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454. This survivor example has accrued just over 38,000 original miles. The first 25,000 miles were logged by the original Texas lady owner. We have the original sales invoices dating back to the original purchase from Stovall Chevrolet in Burleson, Texas on December 12th, 1969. We have each subsequent resale invoice over the years as well as the original protect-o-plate, warranty booklet, build sheet, and much more. This is your opportunity to own a true collector quality 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454.
Assembled on September 18th, 1969, this Monte Carlo is one of only 3823 SS454 optioned cars built for the 1970 model year.
The exterior is finished in its original Champagne Gold finish with a matching top. The paint is in very good to excellent preserved condition throughout as is the original sheetmetal. This is a true dry climate Texas example.
Under the hood is the original 360 horsepower 454 c.i. big block V8 and factory components throughout. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are in maintained original condition.


 




 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1969 Chevy Camaro SS 350 musclecar. This car is finished in its correct Hugger Orange finish with Orange Houndstooth interior, wow!
This unique '69 Camaro Super Sport showcases an older restoration in its correct and rare trim combination of Hugger Orange with Hugger Orange Houndstooth interior. It is powered by its correct "HB" suffix 350 4-bolt V8 rated at 300 horsepower.
This beautiful Camaro features its correct code 72 Hugger Orange finish with a black vinyl top.
The Super Sport specific stripe package compliments this rare Camaro perfectly.
Under the hood is the original "HB" suffix 300 horsepower SS exclusive Camaro V8. 1969 would be the first year of Chevrolet's increased displacement smallblock V8, growing from 327 cubic inches to 350.
Hugger Orange Houndstooth Interior could only be ordered with a Hugger Orange coupe or the special Pace Car convertible.
The interior is in excellent condition throughout. Orange Houndstooth bucket seating is paired with the optional center console & automatic transmission.
 




 


1967 Chevrolet Camaro R/S

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Chevrolet launched their own version of the pony car in the "new" Camaro for 1967. This first-year Camaro could be ordered with nearly 80 factory options and 40 dealer accessories. There was a plethora of engine options to choose from, an anemic 6 cylinder all the way to a asphalt ripping big block V8. This example showcases older restoration work and is a solid driver throughout. This is a true Rally Sport Camaro.
The exterior is finished in brilliant red with black rally sport stripes. This is a color change in good condition. The body panels are straight. This is a true Rally Sport car as confirmed by the trim identification plate.
Classic Hide-away headlights are the most prominent Rally Sport feature.
Equipment includes front & rear spoilers, wheel well moulding, lower body moulding, and 14-Inch Rally Wheels wrapped in B.F. Goodrich radial T/As.
Open the doors to the classic '67 Rally Sport.
The interior features stock black vinyl bucket seating paired with the optional factory center console. The dash displays the original gauges along with a Sony AM/FM CD Stereo. Originally Red interior, much of the car features dyed panels. The center console paint is chipping. This was originally an Ermine white Rally Sport with red interior.

 




 


1946 Lincoln Continental Convertible

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The original iconic Lincoln Continental was introduced in 1940. After WWII, production continued with few changes until 1948. Conceived by Edsel Ford and Ford's chief stylist, Bob Gregorie, the Lincoln Continental was a luxury connesouirs automobile. This beautiful automobile was a hand-crafted affair for the status-conscious consumer of the day.
The interior displays automotive art and style at its finest, not replaced during the restoration, there are a few small imperfections here and there. This Art Deco inspired design features functional gauges throughout, including the elaborate original signal-seeking AM radio. Lincoln Land performed much of the work. The wiring has been gone through as well.
The exterior styling is unmistakable. The elegant lines project poise and grace. This example features an older finish just professionally polished and detailed throughout. Originally a midnight blue, the now black finish, is in good condition, with noticeable imperfections on close inspection. The paint was completed in 2009. Lincoln Land completely went through the convertible top system. The cylinders valves, wiring, top frame, cylinder covers, hydraulics, etc. has been attended to. The convertible top has been replaced along with a custom convertible top boot.
 




 


1964 Lincoln Continental


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Completely re-designed in 1961, the Continental continued its attractive styling for the 1964 model. This example showcases well over $20,000 spent in cosmetic and mechanical restoration work in the last few years. It has been finished in pearlescent white. The interior has been restored in leather, the engine & transmission removed for rebuild, and many more things have been done to this Lincoln.
A dry climate example, the exterior displays quality paint along with polished bright work throughout. The finish was professionally done at a cost of $6,000 and certainly shows well today. The 1964 Continental was available in 18 new exterior colors.
The interior features beautiful custom fitted leather interior. The interior was disassembled and restored, the original dash removed and refinished as needed also. The seating was completely replaced with leather and is in excellent condition.



 




 


1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic '66 Lincoln Convertible.
Of the 54,000 Lincoln Continentals produced in 1966, only 3,180 are convertibles.
The 1966 Lincoln Continental was available as a two-door hardtop, four-door sedan, or four-door convertible. This beautiful convertible has been restored in black pearl base/clearcoat with black leather interior.
The '66 Continental’s wheelbase grew 4-inches for the model year. This example rides on custom 22-inch knock-off wire wheels wrapped in 255/30.ZR22 Nitto NT 555 high performance radial tires.
The interior features classic factory style leather seating along with the original bright work and instruments. Take a tour of 1966.
The upholstery is in excellent condition.
An aftermarket Alpine CDE-123 AM/FM CD Stereo is mounted in the glovebox at ready.
The Continental was laden with amenities such as power windows, power vent windows, and power seat.
 




 


1983 Jeep CJ-7


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This classic CJ-7 is dependable and a blast to drive.
The exterior showcases a full Camo wrap on an exceptionally solid dry climate body. There are paint flaws and nicks if you look closely on this solid old Jeep.
The interior features vinyl bucket seating along with covers. The vinyl is in good shape, the driver's seat is an off-color. The rear seating is also in very good condition. The flooring has been rhino-lined and is in great shape. The Spartan instrument cluster is original and features a working speedometer. A Panasonic AM/FM CD Stereo has been installed as well.
Under the hood is the dependable Jeep inline 6-cylinder engine. This AMC powerplant is paired with the recently rebuilt 5-speed manual transmission and replaced clutch. Further inspection of the engine compartment confirms original and detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support.
The undercarriage highlights classic heavy-duty Jeep suspension along with the original underbody. This is a dry climate Jeep and it shows. The rear axle seal was replaced in July 2011.


 


 



 


1959 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop

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The attention to detail is prevalent throughout this quality build. The Roman Red paint is in excellent condition throughout, with only minor imperfections to note. Subtle custom features include shaved door handles, mirrors, and antenna.
The amazing stance and presence is accomplished by first lowering the car. Two coils were removed from the front springs and one coil from the rear for that solid stance. This fine machine rolls on American Racing polished Torque Thrust wheels sized at 17-inches in the back and 16-inches up front. The tires are 225/55R16s up
front and 275/50R17s in the back.
All of the exterior anodized trim has been worked and chrome plated for the ultimate shine and curb appeal.
The rear end of the 1959 Chevrolet Impala is unmistakable. This smooth custom truly accentuates the classic lines of the '59. The rear three-piece lower valence panels have been joined, creating a single piece requiring hidden bracing.
Under the hood is this beautifully detailed engine compartment along with the high performance 383 Chevrolet stroker mill. This powerplant features Canfield aluminum heads along with dual Edelbrock carburetors. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through the custom coated ram horn style header-manifolds to true dual pipes.


 




 


1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in hot & correct Buccaneer red. This is a well-documented example in its correct configuration. The car was sold new at Barber Pontiac Company in Norwood, Ohio.
Extensive paperwork is included with this exceptional Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. We have the owner's manuals, registrations, loans, and original dealer invoice and dealer window sticker copy from 1975. We also have the original build sheet with all factory options. This is a truly well-documented car.
The original build sheet is shown above.
Pontiac's 2nd generation Firebird enjoyed broad appeal so much that the basic design lasted until 1981. The 1975 Pontiac Trans Am was one of the few surviving muscle cars into the mid-late 1970's. This example shows excellent paint, interior, and mechanicals. There are a few minor flaws present on close inspection. The rubber insert above the front bumper is in need of replacement.
 




 


1968 Ford Mustang Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1968 Ford Mustang convertible. This car was originally sold at Bolin Ford Inc. in Bristow, Oklahoma to a doctor and remained in the same family until recently. The car features quality paint, interior, and a detailed engine compartment in excellent restored original condition. A beautiful example, this car is ready to own and enjoy
The exterior showcases an older quality refinish of the correct Gulfstream Aqua paint. The finish is in very good to excellent condition, showing only minor imperfection. The body panels are straight and clean throughout. This is a dry climate Mustang from day one and it shows.
Under the hood is the last year 289 c.i. 2V V8 engine. 1968 would be the debut year of the 302 cubic inch V8, soon to become the standard V8 engine for Mustangs. This example is powered by its correct C-code 289 2bbl. V8, paired with the Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission.
The engine compartment itself is highly detailed. It has been restored to original with attention to detail prevalent throughout. Note the correct hoses, clamps, and Ford parts used in the restoration. Further inspection will confirm clean and detailed inner fenders, core support and firewall sheetmetal.
 




 


1983 Texas Stallion


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These hand-built street cruisers were built in very limited numbers in the early 1980s. H.W. Herndon purchased the company that originated in California, moving it to Ft. Worth, Texas. 250 of these cars were scheduled to be built. Only 15 were completed prior to Herndon's untimely death. This example is number 5, originally built for Dr. Wayne Roop of Ft. Worth Texas.
This car features quality construction. The factory consisted of 7 workers and turned out approximately one car each month. The body is hand laminated fiberglass. The bumpers and bumper guards were moulded by hand. The paint is finished in a brilliant red. Only 7,100 miles have been logged on this luxurious, low-slung and mean Texas Stallion.
The cockpit is exceptionally luxurious in comparison to similar American V8 powered muscle such as Shelby Cobra replicas. The upholstery features leather specially imported from England that took approximately two weeks to cut and stitch together according to workers at the time. In addition to this luxurious interior, an auxillary hardtop special made for it is also included.


 




 


1966 Toyota Land Cruiser

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This classic Toyota Land Cruiser displays a full body off restoration, completed in 2008. We have a file full of receipts as well as photos detailing the extent of the restoration. Cool Cruisers and Specter Performance were the primary companies used for parts. This 4-Wheel-Drive Toyota is in excellent condition.
The heavy duty FJ-40 series Land Cruiser was introduced in 1960 and was soon America's best-selling Toyota. Global production surpassed 50,000 vehicles in 1965. The popular and durable FJ40 series was produced through the early 1980s.
The interior features restored upholstery in black vinyl with red piping, seating front to back along with full seat belts. During the restoration, the interior was gutted, painted and the flooring was rhino-lined.
The instrumentation is spartan at best and functional. The dash retains its utilatarian nature. It was disassembled and refinished during the restoration along with the rest of this classic Land Cruiser. The windshield is new. All weather strip and rubber seals were replaced during the restoration along with the speedometer gear.

 




 


1960 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

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We are proud to present this beautiful 1962 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible. This car spent the majority of its life in Palm Springs, California and is a long-time one-owner car.
Cadillac would continue its second year of the classic re-style. This Series 62 is finished in stunning Persian Sand color. The exterior showcases quality paint and chrome work throughout.
The interior displays factory saddle tan leather upholstery in excellent condition. This classic Cadillac is optioned with the 6-way power seat, power windows, power vent windows, and the autotronic eye.
The dash is beautifully detailed and complete with the original gauges and brightwork in exceptional condition.
Under the hood is the very nice restored and maintained engine compartment. This car showcases correct components including the clamps, hoses and 390 engine. This powerplant is factory rated at 325 horsepower. This is a beautiful engine bay ready to show. This car runs smooth and drives out very nice. Be sure to play our video/sound clip.
Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm an exceptionally clean and detailed firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The original trim identification plate is intact as well, confirming the options and Persian Sand color. This Cadillac is also optioned with air condition, unusual for a California convertible.
 




 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
396 Convertible 

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1969 would be the 3rd year of the 1st generation Chevrolet Camaro and the most aggressive styling yet. Low and wide, the sheetmetal design was changed all around the car. The fenders and body retained a crisp line. The headlights and front end took on their own design cues. Trim changes were also incorporated. The iconic 1969 Camaro is often considered the best of all Camaros in many circles. This fine example is no different.
This beautiful Camaro Convertible is a true X-22 code Super Sport big block car finished in its correct Garnet Red Exterior with White Hockey Stick Stripes. This Camaro features an approximately 4-year old nut & bolt restoration. The drivetrain is fully restored and the exterior was brought down to bare metal and finished in the correct Garnet Red paint. It is motivated by the powerful 396 big block high performance engine rated at 375 horsepower. With exception of ultra-rate COPO Camaros, the 375HP
396 was the biggest horsepower Camaro available.
This is a fully restored example with a detailed chassis, interior, engine compartment, and body. It is in excellent condition, ready to drive and show. This classic '69 is proudly displayed at our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas, 75235. We are open 6 days out of each week. Walk-in visitors and inspections by appointment are welcomed and encouraged. This is your opportunity to own a collector quality Camaro RS/SS.

 




 


1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one-family owned 1967 Pontiac GTO. This car was given to the grandson by the grandfather who purchased the car new. It has had recently maintenance done here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas as well.
The exterior has been re-painted in Regimental Red. According to the trim identification plate, this car was originally Mariner Turquoise.
The interior retains its correct Parchment vinyl. Bucket seating and sport-oriented round gages were standard in the Pontiac GTO. This example showcases quality upholstery throughout along with the standard original GTO gauges including a clock and the factory AM radio.
The 4-speed manual transmission shifts with authority and the clutch grips strong, last serviced at 79,685 miles with a new pressure plate install. Our facilities at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas completed over $2,000 of recent work including the master cylinder replaced, front brakes done, alternator re-wired and the heater core replaced.
The factory PMD Rally Wheels are wrapped in 225/70R14 Dayton Radial S/R radials.
Under the hood is the base 400 c.i. 4bbl. V8. This powerplant was factory rated at 335 horsepower. This example runs exceptionally strong and is a pleasure to drive with the 4-speed manual transmission. The engine compartment displays its original firewall, inner fenders, and core support sheetmetal throughout. The original trim identification plate is also in place.


 




 


1962 Chevrolet Impala Hardtop Coupe

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1962 Chevrolet Impala Hardtop Coupe. This quality example features updated mechanicals along with vintage looks
The exterior is finished in brilliant red with a white hardtop. The paint is in exceptional condition, showcasing clean and detailed body panels throughout.
The brightwork is polished and in very good condition. The unmistakable Impala features are on prominent display throughout this classic '62.
The Impala was Chevrolet's premier full-sized vehicle for 1962.
Under the hood is the strong running 355 c.i smallblock V8. This engine was rebuilt and bored .030 over approximately 4 years ago. It is topped with Edelbrock fuel-injection along with high-flo cylinder heads. Exhaust gases are expelled through ceramic-coated headers to a custom dual exhaust system. The engine compartment displays a clean and detailed firewall and inner fenders throughout. The power steering is an updated 605 unit. The power front disc brake system is also updated. Cooling duties are taken care of courtesy a polished aluminum radiator and dual electric fans. A serpentine belt system drives the accessories that include a modern air conditioning compressor and updated alternator. This reliable engine combination is paired with a 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission.

 


 



 


1974 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
 

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There were 10,255 Trans Am's produced in total for 1974 while only 4,648 were fitted with the 250 horsepower 4-bbl. 455 engine option. This example features its correct white exterior finish with blue Trans AM Firebird. This classic Pontiac is in excellent condition. It is an always Texas, sold new at Monk King Pontiac in Denton, Texas. The brakes have recently been replaced as well as the tie-rods. This is a great cruiser ready to show and enjoy.
The exterior showcases original sheetmetal and excellent paint throughout. This is a true WS4 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am.
We have the PHS documentation confirming the 455 4bbl engine option and build specifics.
Spoilers front and rear are paired with the infamous Firebird and Trans Am decals, leaving no doubt to the Trans Am status of this Firebird. This T/A rides on its factory 15-inch PMD Rally Wheels wrapped in 225/70R15 series Toyo Extensa A/S Radial Tires.
 


 



 


1968 Ford Galaxie XL Convertible


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Ford's Galaxie nameplate began in 1959, continuing into the early 70's. This '68 model Galaxie XL Convertible is a 390 V8 optioned example with recent upholstrey work. This is a good solid driver ready to enjoy. We hope you enjoy our presentation.
The 1968 model year Galaxie showcased a fresh re-design. Hide-away headlights were featured in the XL, LTD, and Country Squire models. This Ford's headlights work as they should. Be sure to play our video.
Ford's '68 Galaxie rides on a 119-inch wheelbase. This example is fitted with 15-inch Cragar S/S wheels wrapped in whitewall radials.
The dash features the original gauges along with the factory Philco AM radio (not working). The dash itself has been recovered along with the front & rear seating and door panels.
The seats are clean throughout.
There were six available engines for the '68 Galaxie. This example is powered by the Y-code 265-270 HP 390 2bbl. V8 with 9.5:1 compression.
The engine compartment retains many original components and is paired with the C6 automatic transmission. The engine compartment displays a solid undetailed firewall, inner fender, and core support steel.

 


 



 


1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS


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This quality '72 Chevy Chevelle Super Sport displays a professional repaint of its original Cream Yellow exterior color. The paint and body show exceptionally well throughout this dry climate Texas SS. The original 350 engine has been rebuilt & bored to 355 cubic inches with less than 500 miles logged. This is a quality example ready to show and enjoy.
The Chevrolet Chevelle SS is the quintessential American Muscle Car. There were only 5,333 Super Sport Chevelles produced in 1972, making it one of the rarest Chevelles. Many of our photos of this great car were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom.
The Super Sport features a blacked out grille with SS badging. 1972 would be the 2nd year for the Monte Carlo inspired single front headlamps. The bumpers line up correctly, the chrome in good condition. The rear bumper is scuffed on the passenger side edge. The working hood pins are in good condition. The hood opens and closely easily. The hood hinges are in good condition.



 


 



 


1968 Mercury Cougar Hardtop


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Assembled at the San Jose, California plant, this loaded Mercury Cougar hardtop was originally sold in Los Angeles, California. Today this classic Mercury is proudly on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
The Cougar was introduced in 1967. Sales literature at the time touted the sleek, luxurious new cat as "The Man’s Car." It would be Motor Trends car of the year.
The exterior showcases a repaint of the original Lime Frost Metallic. The paint is very good to excellent throughout. This refinish work was done in 2006 at a cost of over $3,800 with verifying receipts. This is an exceptional dry climate Cougar and it shows. The original bright work is intact and in good condition throughout. Note the factory side molding throughout along with polished wheel well
The interior features luxurious bucket seating along with a center console. The horn is rim-blow operated. The gauges are original and in good condition. There is an aftermarket temperature gauge mounted under the dash out of sight. The original Philco radio has been replaced with a Pioneer cassette stereo and is included. There is also a CD changer mounted in the trunk. We do have the original radio.
 


 



 


1955 Cadillac Coupe Deville


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The 1955 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe Deville was built on a 129-inch wheelbase. This example rides on 15-inch wire wheels wrapped in 225/75R15 wide whitewall radial tires. It has been finished in brilliant red with a white top and is powered by the optional 270 horsepower dual carburetor V8. This is your opportunity to own a beautiful classic Cadillac Coupe Deville. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The chrome bumpers were re-done in the late 1990s.
The exterior paint shows well as does the bright work through this Cadillac. Minor imperfections are present on closer inspection. It rides on beautiful wide white radials.
The '55 Coupe Deville received this gold script lettering on each side.
Harley Earl styling at its best is on display in the 1955 Cadillac.
The 270 horsepower Eldorado engine was available in all Cadillac’s for 1955. An extra $161.00 would get you this "Power Package." These dual Carter carburetors and nifty bat-wing air cleaner added 20 horsepower. The engine compartment is clean and in good condition throughout. Notice the air conditioning system features a modern compressor and was added at a later date. This engine was last rebuilt in the late 1990s. We have paperwork for various parts and work performed at this time. It runs well today and is paired with the 3-speed Hydra-matic automatic transmission.
 




 


1971 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this documented 1971 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible. This is one of only 1,304 Oldsmobile 442 Convertibles produced in 1971 and a well-optioned example. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
This Oldsmobile was recently featured in March, 2012 at the DFW Auto Show in Dallas, Texas.
The exterior showcases the correct Sandalwood yellow finish. This is a solid example that has been restored and well maintained. Recent work includes the addition of the W-30 Stripe package & emblems.
The interior has had extensive restoration work done in the correct style from Legendary Interiors. The upholstery is in excellent condition.
We have a folder full of history dating back many decades, including DMV, service, and sales records.
This car was ordered with Saddle interior. The dash and instruments are clear, clean and detailed throughout. An extremely well optioned 442, this car is equipped with the power 6-way driver seat, power windows, power locks, air conditioning, tilt steering column, an AM/FM 8 Track Stereo, and cruise control among other options. The W-30 Ram Air hood assembly is fully functional, complete with the vacuum-actuator operated breather.
 




 


2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully maintained 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Earnhardt Edition. This car is showroom new, complete with all books, manuals, the original window sticker and more. It is in show quality new condition, ready to display, drive, and enjoy. This car was original delivered to Smedleys Chevrolet Sales Inc in Vandalia, Ohio. Today it is proudly on display in our showroom.
These limited editions Monte Carlos were produced for the 2002 model year only in a run of 3,333 units, commemorating Dale Earnhardt's signature number 3. The car was dreamed up in 2000 and came to light thanks to the cooperation of the Earnhardt family, Chevrolet, and Richard Childress Racing.
The exterior displays show quality original paint and graphics throughout.
Dale Earnhardts illustrious NASCAR career and reputation gave light to the Monte Carlo project. Prior to his untimely death, Earnhardt is said to have been honored to have his legendary status commemorated on such a special vehicle.
 




 


1974 Datsun 240 Z Custom

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Datsun's classic Z series sports car has withstood the test of time. An excellent original design, this Z has been transformed into a street cruising powerhouse with strong fuel economy and reliability
This is a mean looking Datsun indeed thanks to the body modifications. A full Kaminari Body kit has been installed, including the front and rear spoilers, side skirts, and rear bumper. The body itself has been professionally massaged and finished in late model Electric Green.
The heart of the beast is this 1996 LT-1 with Motor Sport modifications including the motor and transmission mounts. These engines were the staple of the Chevrolet Corvette, Camaro Z/28, and Firebird Trans Am of the year. The last year LT-1 was the best of the 2nd generation Chevrolet V8. This engine runs strong, topped with LT4 fuel injection. Electric Green has been applied to the fuel injection covers as well as the alternator and air conditioning compressor. Engine cooling duties are handled with a 2-Row Aluminum Radiator. The entire engine compartment has been restored in matching Electric Green. This is a very nice car. The drivetrain also features fitting upgrades to handle the increased power I will detail for you as well.
The interior is fully restored, retaining the original feel with subtle upgrades. Full sound-proofing has been installed along with new carpeting and upholstery.

 




 


1965 Lincoln Continental

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one-family owned Texas Continental. This unique car was special ordered at Renfrow Motor Company in Borger, Texas for the dealership owner's wife. She received a new car every year and this was her beautiful car for 1964. This always garaged example display the original Fiesta Red finish and red leather interior. Mr. Renfrow was color blind and the majority of his personal cars over the years were ordered in Red. This would be Ms. Renfrow's last new Lincoln as they were divorced in 1965. She held on to this car for decades garaged until recently. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The exterior displays its original Fiesta Red finish in exceptional condition throughout. There are only minor paint chips and flaws to note. This car's vintage finish was recently professionally polished and sealed. The bright work shows well and is intact throughout this special Lincoln. Also, the owner spent over $1700. having us go over the car and repairing or replacing anything that needed attention.
Open the door to 1965. The interior is in outstanding condition. This is a true red on red Lincoln Continental. The upholstery is original and in beautiful condition, thanks to having been kept garaged its entire life.

 


 



 


1967 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 

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Designed by Donald Healey, the 3000 was produced from 1959 until 1968 with designations of MK I, II, and III. The latter versions were the most luxurious. The MK III also sported the powerful increased displacement six cylinder engines producing approximately 150 horsepower. With the relatively light weight and power, these are true sports cars, highly desirable and collectible. This example received a nut & bolt restoration completed in 1995 and showing very well today.
This beautiful example is finished in solid black and rides on its correct chrome & stainless 60-spoke wire wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. The paint and body look to be in exceptional condition throughout.
Roll-up windows, a Walnut veneer dashboard and center console make the MKIII Austin-Healey the most luxurious of the 3000 models.
The BJ8 MKIIIs 2+2 configurations make for comfortable cruising for yourself and three passengers.
The interior is finished in tan with walnut highlights throughout the dash. Toggle switches operate the headlamps and courtesy lighting. The 60,055 miles are believed original to the car. This is a turn-key example that rides and shows excellent. The 1964 & up Austin-Healey 3000s received an interior re-design and is quite driver friendly and attractive.
 




 


1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe. This car has been finished in bright red and is in excellent condition both mechanically and cosmetically.
The exterior showcases high quality Bright Red paint. Although not the original color to the car, the restoration is done to high standards. This car shows extremely well. The brightwork and chrome is restored. The badging is clean and nice. All of the soft rubber components were replaced during the restoration as well. This is a beautiful Mustang.
Under the hood is the classic 289 c.i. 2bbl. V8 paired with the C4 Automatic Transmission. The engine runs smooth and the transmission shifts as it should. This car runs and drives down the road very nicely.
The "Buck Tag" is in its correct location.
Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm the quality of the restoration work. The firewall, inner fenders, and hood underside are restored in clear coat black and display a smooth, gloss appearance.
The undercarriage is in outstanding condition, also finished in gloss black with rebuilt suspension components.
Open the door to 1967. This is classic Mustang interior. Black vinyl bucket seating is paired with the factory center console, all in excellent condition.
 


 



 


1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396. This car has been refinished in its correct shade of Lemans Blue.
The white vinyl top and white Super Sport specific stripes fit this classic American Muscle car perfectly.
Open the door to 1969. The interior features beautifully restored white vinyl throughout. The pearlescent white interior is in excellent condition. Classic bucket seating is paired with the factory center console.
The dash features the Super Sport specific round gauges along with the factory optioned tachometer and clock. The gauges are functional throughout with exception of the clock. The original radio has been removed in favor of a digital faced AM/FM stereo paired with Clarion speakers. This classic Super Sport interior also features driver safety and comfort including air conditioning, power steering, and power front disc brakes. The door panels are in excellent condition as are the door undersides. The Super Sport 396 Chevelles features SS396 badging on the door panels.
Under the hood is this era-correct 396 c.i. 4bbl. V8. This is a '69 block (T1108YP suffix) mated to the original TH400 automatic transmission & 12-bolt posi-trac differential. The engine compartment is exceptionally clean and detailed throughout. This car is optioned with power front disc brakes, power steering, and air conditioning.
 
 





 


1948 Chevrolet 3100 Thriftmaster
Delivery Truck


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored '48 Chevy 3100 Enclosed Delivery Truck. This example features quality paint and interior along with reliable mechanics. The 1948 & '49 Chevrolet trucks were very similar in appearance. It is rare to find an enclosed Delivery that has been kept like the originals and not street ridded.

The finish is clean and detailed throughout. This cream finish is highlighted by Dove Gray panels. The paint shows very well with only minor imperfections on close inspection. This is a beautiful example. Open the doors to 1948.
The interior displays good black vinyl seating. Note the steel seat backing and bottom has been restored to match the exterior. The dash displays functional original gauges along with an aftermarket AM/FM stereo Cassette.
 


 



 


1935 Chevy Master Sedan


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This is a very well built and quite unique street rod. I want to begin by noting the exceptional driving impressions and ride manners of this car. This is a comfortable and safe cruiser ready for touring and shows. This car has been featured from 1999 through the 2000s in Autorama shows. Autorama awards include Best in Class trice, Outstanding in Class twice and others. This Sedan was also the recipient of Street Rod Magazine's 30th Year Showcase - Award of Excellence.

Beginning life as a standard 1935 Chevrolet Master Sedan, this car was put into a Texas barn where it was stored until 1955 when the Spencer family purchased it for $50.00 and towed it home with a rope. The car was 1st registered in 1962 in Big Spring, Texas. It stayed in the Spencer family for 42 years. Many records and documentation are included with this unique Chevy.
 


 



 


1938 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery


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Chevrolet continued their sales lead over Ford in 1938, in spite of the poor economy. The Deluxe and Master Deluxe series enjoyed a firm following along with the durable utilitarian models. This is a 1/2 ton Sedan Delivery built on the 112-inch wheelbase. This beautiful example has been built for driver comfort and cruising.
The exterior displays very good to excellent paint throughout. Dreaming Dreams is the theme of this 1938. These graphics are hand-painted and smooth.
The interior features comfortable bucket seating along with a 2nd row for your friends & grandkids.
The dash is finished in a full set of vintage series VDO gauges with gold bezels. The steering wheel is a classic Cadillac wheel with the tilt column.
Many of the correct '38 Chevy knobs remain in place. A Kraco cassette stereo has been installed along with a digital read-out CB radio. Vintage air conditioning has also been installed, notice the low profile vents.



 


 



 


1969 CHEVY C-10

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We are very proud to have this awesome custom C-10 in our inventory. The frame off nut and bolt restoration is extremely well done.
Restored to as original as possible, but with those not so original touches, such as extensive chrome work and lots of modern conveniences, this truck is a sure show winner.
The body lines up extremely well.
The custom design wheels are surrounded by 28.5/30R22 101W rubber in front and 245/352R20 95W in the rear, giving the custom it's great stance.
This beautiful truck drives as good as it looks thanks to power steering and 4 wheel disc brakes all around.
Just the right touch of pin striping, on the cowl induction hood.
There was careful attention paid to every detail in this restoration.
The undercarriage is where this truck really shines, literally. You will see what we mean in the pictures to come.
The bed is restored to better than new.
The quality of this restoration shows right down to the undersides of the doors.
 


 



 


1975 Ford Bronco 4x4


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Built to drive & show, this '75 Ford Bronco features midnight black paint along with the tough as nails Bronco persona. This Bronco underwent an extensive body-off restoration completed in 2011. The 1st generation Bronco debuted in 1966 to compete with the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scouts, carrying on until 1977. This Bronco was completely restored and shows well. It features many upgrades throughout both in cosmetics and mechanicals. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The soft top assembly is by Best Top, including full soft doors. The customer tubular rear bumper is paired with a matching spare 32x11.50R15LT B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain tire. The wheels and bumpers are powder coated.
The paint is in excellent condition. There are few flaws to be found on this Texas-solid Bronco. Any rust was cut out and replaced with steel. This is a rust-free example that was restored right. The entire Bronco was sandblasted prior to preparation and paint work.

 


 



 


2004 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Convertible
“Supercharged” 


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On September 20th, 2005, this Viper was awarded by Anna Nicole Smith to a fellow Texan, winner of the TRIMSPA Million Dollar Makeover Challenge for her inspiring essay. A true celebrity car, this Viper has received numerous upgrades including the Paxon Supercharger upgraded engine, custom snake theme leather interior, custom paint, and Earmark Custom JL Audio System.
The winner of this amazing Viper is a true car enthusiast herself. Originally black, the car was then treated to a professional air brush customization by notable Dallas airbrush artist, Jerry “The Mad One." This car is known as the "Venomous Bastard." This Viper has been exhibited at national and regional custom car shows.
The interior has been customized in a color-coordinated "Snake-Theme" cream and black leather interior. The engine compartment is clean and detailed, displaying this serious 8.3 Liter Supercharged V10 by Racing Solutions. The Novi 2000 Paxton Supercharger, piping, and intercooler is polished and ready.
 


 



 


1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Replica 

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Titled as a 2006, this Lone Star Performance (LS427) high performance Cobra Roadster tribute machine sports a high performance 408 cubic inch V8 with 480+ horsepower matched to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. This car is in excellent condition. It drives, handles, looks and sounds like the superb beast it is
The dash is in beautiful condition, highlighted with a walnut backing & black face VDO gauges. The 3-spoke polished & wood Cobra steering wheel fits this car perfectly.
Under the hood is the Engine Factory built 408 cubic inch high performance 351 Windsor based stroker smallblock V8. This healthy powerplant churns out approximately 485 horsepower. This car is not for the faint of heart. Induction is courtesy of an 800 cfm Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor atop an Edelbrock RPM Aluminum intake manifold. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through ceramic coated headers & sidepipes. This car sounds excellent, be sure to play our video/sound clip.

 




 


1973 Ford Mustang Convertible 

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In what would come to be the last convertible Mustang for a number of years, the 1973 Ford Mustang was also the last of this body style. Of the 134,867 Mustangs produced in '73, only 11,853 were convertibles. This example is finished in metallic blue and features an assortment of power options. The engine compartment displays the strong running 351 c.i. V8. Originally equipped with the 2bbl, carburetor, this example now sports 4bbl. induction. Factory options include air conditioning (not working), power front disc brakes, and power steering. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm the original firewall, inner fenders, and core support sheetmetal to be original and in good condition. This engine compartment is undetailed.
 




 


1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 427

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic 1969 Chevy Corvette Convertible. This beautifully restored Lemans Blue example is equipped with its factory 427 c.i. 4bbl. V8 rated at 390 horsepower and backed its original Muncie 4-speed manual transmission.
The exterior presents show quality Lemans Blue paint over the original body. The panels are extremely straight and the paint itself displays an excellent luster throughout free of typical stress cracks associated with the Corvette Stingrays. This is a beautiful car displaying an NCRS ready restoration.
These trim inserts were only available on the 1969 Corvette's fender louvers. '69 would also be the last year of the classic shark gill design, replaced with metal "eggcrate" inserts for 1970.
Open the door to 1969. The Bright Blue interior is in excellent condition throughout. The seat upholstery is clean and detailed. The dash displays the factory gauges throughout.
Under the classic L-88 hood is the last year 427 big block engine. This is the original engine to this car, confirmed by the stampings and castings. This engine is factory rated at 390 horsepower. The distributor ignition shielding is in place as is the correct breather and valve covers. The core support is in excellent condition. The inner fender lips are also very nice, an indication of a no-hit car.
 




 


1982 Buick Riviera Convertible

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This luxurious body style was introduced in 1979. The convertible version came to light in the spring of '82. These cars hold the distinction of being GM's first convertible since the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado. With options, the 1982 Buick Rivera Convertible was also GM's most expensive car of all marques for 1982, including Cadillac. Only 1248 factory convertible Buick Riviera's were produced in 1982.
This example has had a repaint of it's original Firemist Red, in 2001. The body displays original panel throughout with smooth, glossy base/clear paint throughout. These cars were available in either Fire mist Red or White.

Open the doors to luxury. The interior again was available in only red or white leather. This example showcases its original red leather upholstery in excellent condition throughout.
This is a well-optioned Riviera. Fully equipped, a 1982 Buick Riviera Convertible would set you back about $27,500 off the showroom floor. The power amenities include seats, windows, cruise, mirrors, locks, top, trunk release, and the optional AM/FM Delco cassette stereo.
The wood grain and upholstery is in excellent condition throughout.
The trunk is clean and detailed. The remote trunk release button works. This is a multiple award winner. Some of the awards are shown above. The one non factory item in the car is the amplifier installed because passengers in the back seat complained of not being able to hear the radio.
 


 



 


1957 Chevrolet Two-Ten

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored and modified 1957 Chevrolet. This car displays high quality cosmetics and 1st-rate mechanicals. It is built to drive and show. We are proud to have this car displayed on our showroom floor. Less than 650 miles have been logged on this spectacular 2-year body-off restoration completed in 2008. We have receipts totaling well over $50,000 in the restoration alone.
The exterior displays high quality blue metallic base/clearcoat paint along with show quality chrome and brightwork. This was a body-off restoration to exacting standards. The body has been media-blasted and block-sanded to perfection.
The chrome work is show quality throughout.
The 1957 Chevrolet remains one of the most desirable, instantly recognizable, and collectible American cars of all time.

 


 



 


1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR


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We are proud to present this beautiful and classic example of Carroll Shelby's finest. The GT500 would be in its second year of production in 1968. This is a documented 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback ordered with the 428 CJ and sent to Shelby American for conversion to the GT500KR. The Cobra-Jet 428 equipped Shelby Mustang's were affectionately and fittingly known as "The King of the Road." The GT500 was deleted and replaced by the GT-500KR mid way through production in '68.
This special '68 Shelby was originally ordered to Ron's Ford Sales in Bristol, TN.

This is one of 1,053 GT500KR Mustangs built in 1968. This Mustang was
 scheduled to be built on July 26th, 1968 was finished two days ahead of schedule on July 24th, 1968. In 1969 Shelby would end his agreement with Ford. Many '67 and '68 Shelby Mustangs were issued as '69 and '70 models under the watchful eye of the FBI.


 



 


1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

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Ford's Mustang showcased arguably its most desirable body in the 67-68 Fastback models. These cars have been depicted many times over the years in classic roles, such as Steve McQueen’s legendary Bullitt car along with Eleanor from the movie " Gone in 60 Seconds "

Under the hood is where this Mustang's horsepower happens. This is a professionally built 302 c.i. with increased displacement. Induction is courtesy of a Holley 4bbl. carburetor atop an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake. Ignition duties are taken care of by MSD, including an MSD 6AL, MSD coil, MSD distributor, and MSD plug wires.

This example was built with extra horsepower and streetability in mind. The exterior showcases a burgundy metallic finish in good condition throughout, with only minor flaws on close inspection, overall very presentable.
 


 



 


1970 Plymouth Barracuda

HEMI CUSTOM
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This amazing 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is the result of over $300,000 documented dollars spent and 2,200+ labor intensive hours invested to create this very special one of a kind '70 HEMI 'CUDA. This is your opportunity to own the premier American Muscle Machine. Less than 300 miles have been logged on this spectacular show quality muscle car.
6.1 Liter HEMI POWER by Indy Cylinder Head

Indy Cylinder Head's crate 6.1 Liter Hemi V8 is an excellent high performance engine with such features as : fully CNC ported 6.1 Indy cylinder heads / 2.08 x 1.60 Valves / Compstar 4340 crank / Compstar H Beam Rods / Mahle Coated Pistons / 6.1 Intake CNC Port Matched Inside & Outside Polished / ARP Main, Head Studs & More. This specially tuned powerplant produces approximately 600 horsepower and 600 Ft-Lbs. of tire-shredding torque.
Induction is courtesy of dual Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetors atop an aluminum high performance intake manifold. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through specially fabricated long tube headers to a polished exhaust system. Further inspection of the engine compartment will showcase the attention to detail throughout this engine bay. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support were prepared and painted along with each steel component. Cooling duties are taken care of by a polished high capacity aluminum radiator, polished billet overflow, and dual electric fans. The engine has been detailed to match the car. This is a beautiful machine, just as our high resolution photos depict.
This vehicle is striking, displaying a rotisserie nut & bolt restoration and beyond.


 



 


1964 Chevrolet  Impala


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The classic tail lights are an Impala trademark since their original inception in 1958. In 1964, Chevrolet produced nearly 890,000 Impalas.
The engine compartment shows well. This latter 350 c.i. V8 features an aluminum intake and Holley 4bbl. carburetor. The radiator fan shroud has been chromed. The alternator and mounting bracket are chromed. An Optima yellow top battery fires the Mallory Unilite distributor and coil. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are in good condition throughout. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas installed the custom air conditioning system unit recently at a cost of approximately $2,900.00.
The undercarriage showcases original framework and flooring throughout.
The interior features vinyl upholstery with cloth inserts in good condition throughout.
The exterior displays an exceptional brilliant silver metallic base/clearcoat finish throughout. Much of the stainless and chrome work has been restored and shows well throughout. The windshield chrome was replaced. Also the shocks have been replaced and the Classic Auto Air system newly installed. This work was performed by our shop at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas at a cost of approximately $3,500 with verifying receipts in 2010-11.
 


 



 


1951 Pontiac Chieftan


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The chrome-laden Pontiac Chieftan was one of the first all-new Pontiac car designs in the post WWII era. This car features much work done in 1995. The exterior was re-painted. The bumpers and grille were re-chromed. The engine and transmission were overhauled as well. The carpeting was replaced. The brakes were re-aligned and drums turned. The wheel bearings were packed and wheel cylinders replaced, all in 1995. This work has approximately 15,000 miles logged thus far.
This beautiful example features exceptional bright work throughout along with a dry climate original body and undercarriage.
This is a Texas car and it shows. The original Texas inspection sticker from 1973 is still on the windshield and the Texas Dealer Insignia is still the back.
Open the door to 1951. This interior is original to the car, showing some wear, but remarkably intact throughout. The headliner is in exceptional condition as is the rear seating. The carpeting was replaced in 1995.
The dash displays beautiful all original chrome throughout along with this working original AM radio. Be sure to play our video/sound clip of this '51 Pontiac in action.
The engine and transmission were overhauled in 1995. At that time, the fuel pump was replaced, the carburetor rebuilt, the starter replaced, generator rebuilt, and the cooling system removed, cleaned and re-installed.


 



 


1951 Chevrolet Five-Window Pickup Truck


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1951 Chevrolet Five-Window Pickup Truck. This truck has been lovingly restored by the longtime owner down the frame. We have 200+ photos documenting the extensive restoration work done along with $25,000+ in receipts alone.
The grille is beautifully detailed and complimented by amber lights. Due to the Korean military action, chromium was a rare commodity in 1951. The majority of '51 Chevrolet trucks sported painted grilles.
Under the hood is the beautifully detailed and rebuilt Series II inline 6 cylinder engine. This power plant is paired with the 3-speed manual transmission. This is a 1957 Chevrolet Pickup drivetrain that was completely rebuilt. The engine, transmission, and rear end have been rebuilt. This is an EXCELLENT cruising truck at highway speeds. The rear end is fitted with 3.73 gearing.
Close inspection of the engine compartment reveal beautifully detailed inner fenders, core support, and firewall sheet metal, paint, and fasteners throughout. The engine block, manifolds, carburetor, and external oil filter show very well. The correct breather assembly has also been utilized.

 


 



 


1962 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe


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Open the door to 1962. The dash displays detailed and correct gauges along with a vintage era-correct Sun tachometer complete with the control box under the hood. There is an aftermarket trio of gauges under the dash to monitor oil pressure, water temperature, and voltage.
This unique model was only offered for four years, 1958, 1960, 1961, and this, the 1962 model year.
Under the hood is the legendary 409 c.i. dual 4bbl. V8. This era-correct "QB" suffix power plant was originally rated at 409 horsepower in 1962 with the dual Carter carburetors underneath the dual snorkel breather. The intake manifold casting number is 3814881 & the engine block pad stamping is T1227QB. The engine casting number is 3830814 (1963) The correct Delco-Remy generator is in place. Later Power Steering has been added. Also not the vintage Sun tachometer’s control box is mounted in place on the driver's fender well. This is a fully functional antique tachometer.


 


 



 


1987 Porsche 944S 

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The Porsche 944 is a sports car built by Porsche from 1982 to 1991. It was built on the same platform as the 924, although 924 productions continued through 1988. The 944 was intended to last into the 1990s, but major revisions planned for a 944 S3 model were eventually rolled into the 968 instead, which replaced the 944. The 944 was a successful model and was available as both a coupe and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms.
In 1987, the 944 S was introduced. The 944S featured a normally aspirated, dual overhead cam 16 valve 192 PS (141 kW; 189 hp) version of the 2.5 liter engine. This marked the first use of four valves per cylinder heads in the 944 series. Performance was quoted as 0 – 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.8 seconds and 230 km/h (140 mph) top speed.
Dual air bags were optional on the 944S, as was ABS
This is a 2 owner car and although the original owner was in New York, there is no evidence of rust and the car was very well taken care of. We have receipts from the first owner from 2007 when he spent over $4000 on improvements and maintenance.

 


 



 


1991 Porsche 911 Carrera II


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Porsche's 911 continued to be its sales leader by far. The introduction of the Carrera 4 didn't stop rear-wheel-drive faithful’s from their desires, hence the Carrera 2. This Porsche shared the Carrera 4's high performance accompaniments such as the 3.6 liter 247 horsepower engine, speed adjusting rear spoiler, revised suspension, and high performance brakes. Porsche offered the 1991 Carrera II in this Cabriolet version as well are a Targa version and Coupe.
The rear spoiler is adjustable with a switch as well as self-adjusting at speeds greater than 50 mph.
The engine is the standard high performance 247 horsepower 6 cylinder engine mated to the 5-speed manual transmission.
The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout. Just over 46,000 miles have been logged on this extremely clean 1991 Porsche Carrera II.
The exterior maintains its original red finish throughout, in very good to excellent condition. The original alloy wheels are wrapped in Toyo high performance radials sized at 225/50R16s in the back and 205/55R16s up front.
The cockpit features very clean original leather seating and carpeting as well as original Carrera mats.




 


 



 


1970 Ford Mustang Mach I


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This '70 Mach 1 driver is finished in Grabber blue and features all of its correct Mach 1 features. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
The Mustang Mach 1 was so well-received by the public in its 1969 debut, that by 1970 the GT Mustang was no longer offered. The beautiful Sports roof Mustang was fitted with racy spoilers, trim, and more features to set them apart. This example is no different.
The Grabber Blue finish has some flaws, chip touch-ups and minor imperfection when you look closely.
The classic rear window louvers or "slats" fit this machine perfectly.
Fly High or Fly Low. Many of our photos were taken at the historic 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 are in Dallas, Texas.
The interior features the standard Mach 1 Mustang features including the high back bucket seating, race-oriented instruments, wood grain paneling, clock, and Mach 1 badging.

 
 


 



 


1996 Corvette Grand Sport


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful original 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe. This car is number 520 of only 1000 produced
This example has accrued only 26,663 miles since new. It is on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom. We have the build sheet, window sticker, brochures and more original to this Grand Sport. It is also in the Grand Sport Corvette registry.
Under the hood is the very special LT4 engine. This one-year only V8 is the last of Chevrolet's 2nd generation smallblock and was the most powerful to date. Rated at 330 horsepower, the LT4 offered up loads of additional torque down low and well as increased RPM capability and horsepower. The LT4 featured improved cylinder heads along with a special valvetrain. Hollow intake valves were paired with sodium-filled exhaust valves. Crane partnered with GM to utilize 1.6 ratio aluminum rocker arms. The crankshaft was also specially machined and unique pistons were utilized to further increase the compression ratio. These special engines were required equipment in the 1,000 Corvette Grand Sports and optional in all Corvettes for 1996, only when paired with the 6-speed manual transmission.

 
 



 


1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible
 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this pampered classic Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible. This is your opportunity to own a well-maintained example ready to own and enjoy. This 3-owner car has been maintained impeccably by the previous two and current owner over the last 7+ years. It has been regularly serviced as needed at the German Auto Center in Plano, Texas.
 

The exterior showcases a quality red finish throughout. Although not perfect, there are very few imperfections on close inspection. This is a very nice Mercedes, obviously well cared for. This car was professionally repainted using correct Mercedes paint approximately 15 years ago and is in excellent condition to this day, thanks to a pampered, garaged life.


 



 


1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute


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1972 would be the last year of this iconic body style. This example features a high performance 350 c.i. 4bbl. V8 paired with a TH400 automatic transmission.
The exterior is finished in brilliant red base/clear coat with black Super Sport striping. The paint shows very good throughout with only minor imperfection.
This muscular stance is courtesy of classic 15-inch Chevrolet Rally wheels wrapped in 275/60 series & 215/70 series rubber.
Open the door to classic high performance.
The interior features black vinyl bucket seating along with the original instrument cluster. An 8K RPM tachometer is mounted on the steering column. The center console is in place with the aircraft-styled horseshoe shifter.

 


 



 


1973 Plymouth Barracuda
340 'Cuda Tribute

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic '73 Plymouth Barracuda. Born a high price class, 318-equipped Barracuda, this car now sports a full 'cuda cosmetic package and upgraded 340 c.i. engine..
Plymouth's own pony car was in its final years in 1973. The Barracuda was produced from 1964 unti 1974. This example has been treated to a full Cuda treatment including the High Impact Vitamin C Orange Paint, Billboard Stripes, Spoiler, Badging, and the 340 4bbl. powerplant.
The exterior displays classic 'Cuda styling cues including the sinister blacked-out tail light panel & spoiler.

 


 



 


1979 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible

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This is a two-owner Texas Beetle Convertible. The 1st owner kept the car in storage and rarely drove it, nor did the 2nd owner. The odometer reading of just over 25,000 miles is actual. 1979 would be the last model year of the classic American VW Beetle convertible until the introduction of the New Beetle decades later. This quality example is a pleasure to own and show.
The exterior displays classic Volkswagen style. The brilliant green metallic finish is in exceptional condition throughout this well-restored Beetle. You have to look for the few flaws, note the ding above, just behind the driver's door.
Open the door to 1979. The tan upholstery is in very good condition front to back, with a small puncture shown above on the rear seat


 



 


1962 Ford Galaxie 500XL Convertible


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The Galaxie name was used for Ford's full sized line for 1962. The upscale Galaxie 500 and this, the top Galaxie 500XL were also introduced in 1962. This Galaxie 500XL Convertible is on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
The exterior displays a professional finish in its correct Viking Blue metallic. There were 13 paint options for the '62 Galaxie. The finish shows well over straight body panels. The chrome is also in excellent condition throughout this Galaxie.
Ford's 1962 Galaxie retained the re-designed shape of the '61 models. One of the distinctive features of the '62 models is this stylish "new" grille design.
Open the door to 1962. There were 47 possible color-keyed interiors this year, this car ordered in Blue Vinyl.
The interior is in very good to excellent condition throughout this classic Galaxie. The dash displays beautiful original brightwork & instruments throughout in very good condition, as is the dash.
 


 



 


1942 Chevy Open Cab Firetruck

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This is your chance to own a piece of American history.
We were told this great old truck came from Wisconson. It apperars to be unrestored and as original as can be. In the condition it is in, we can't imagine it served it's life in the snow country, especialy with it's open cab.
What a great piece for a collector of old fire trucks.
The engine number is actually the number on the tilte which tels us it is the original engine. The 6 cylinder runs great. We don't believe it has been rebuilt recentl, but seems to be tight. THere are no major leaks that we have noticed.
The Sterling Siren is still operational as you heard in our video. The red strobe light also works.
 


 



 


1963 Chevy Corvette
Split Window Coupe

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Chevrolet's Corvette Stringray debuted in the 1963 model year to an enthusiastic public. Available in convertible form or coupe, it was an asthetic and engineering success and grew to become one of the most collectible Corvettes of all time, especially the "Split Window" Coupe.

The 1963 Corvette was revolutionary in both style and mechanicals. This example features its original number's matching drivetrain and body. This car was in long term Texas storage. It was recently resurrected at our classic car repair facility here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. The engine was 1st removed and disassembled, then rebuilt and detailed. The clutch assembly has been replaced. The engine was completely detailed as well. New wiring has been installed throughout the engine compartment. A new factory breather assembly has been installed as well as a new wiper motor. The belts, hoses, and alternator were replaced as well as gaskets, engine wiring harness, and much more. We have receipts totaling over $5,000 spent in this recent restoration work.


 



 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this completely restored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS350. Much attention to detail has been taken with the car to keep it original and correct. A well-documented example, the car is finished in Glacier Blue and complete with its original protect-o-plate and very rare broadcast sheet
Introduced as an option on the original Camaro in 1967, the SS350 package debuted the increased displacement "350" c.i. V8. The "SS350 package" Continued into the '69 Camaro. This SS features the correct 300 horsepower engine (engine suffix HB, casting 3932388). This quality car displays correct GM components throughout the engine compartment.
The exterior is finished in striking Glacier Blue. White "Hockey Stick" Super Sport stripes adorn the front fenders.
The paint is high quality, showcasing the crisp lines of the 1969 Camaro bodystyle.
Open the door to 1969. The interior features the optional code 716 Blue Custom vinyl upholstery in show quality condition.
 


 



 


1969 Chevy C-10 Pickup Truck


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Touted as the most significant cab and sheet metal styling change in Chevrolet history, the new design of the '67 and up Chevrolet Pickups gave new meaning to style in a utility vehicle. This style would carry over into the 1969 model displayed here.
The 1969 model C-10 1/2 ton truck was basically a carry-over from the freshly designed '67 with styling changes such as this single headlight front grille assembly with Chevrolet embossed into it.
The correct Dark Green finish is in excellent condition throughout this dry climate Chevy.
We have the original warranty book with protect-o-plate and owner’s manual.
Under the hood is the beautifully detailed and reliable Chevrolet 327 2bbl. V8 engine. This power plant is paired with the 3-speed manual transmission.
The bed has been restored with new wood and strips. It is in excellent condition as are the bed interior panels and tailgate.
The painted bumper was factory equipment according to the optional identification decal still located in the glove box.
Open the door to 1969. The interior features a restored bench seat in tan vinyl.
The factory gauges are intact along with a three-spoke Chevrolet steering wheel and an upgraded Kenwood CD Stereo.
 


 



 

1965 Ford Mustang

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This very nice C Code 289 V8 2 bbl 200hp is a 2 owner car. The original owner stored the car for over 20 years before the current owner bought it and brought it back to life.
The interior is in excellent condition. The new items are the dash, the package tray, driver's seat cover and carpet, and the console was added. The rest of the interior is original.
The undercarriage is in excellent condition. The original floor pans are solid and rust free.
New headers were installed as well as dual exhausts.
As you can see, we have the original wheels and Mustang hub caps that will go with the car. We also have the original air breather, valve covers, and original springs.
This is a great show quality Mustang, ready to drive and enjoy.
 


 



 


1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

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Standard equipment for the 1965 Corvette now included front and rear disc brakes. Side exhaust pipes, functional front fender louvers, and a restyled grille were also featured on the '65 models. This example showcases its original body displaying a repaint of Ermine white.
1965 Corvettes offered a host of creature comforts, available but seldom ordered. This car is equipped with the Teakwood steering wheel along with power windows, leather seats, an AM/FM radio, and power antenna. The gauges are functional, including the tachometer and clock. This car is showing just over 73,950 miles, believed to be original to the car.
This Corvette Coupe is also optioned with the 402AA Black Leather interior, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, and Soft-Ray tinted glass.
1965 would be the first and only year of the 396 big block engine in the Corvette. This example is equipped with its original 327/250HP V8, with a vintage '66 big block hood looming above.

 


 



 


1932 Plymouth All Steel
Three-Window Coupe

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this RED HOT '32 Plymouth Coupe. This car has run a dizzying 10.4 ET @ 135.5 MPH in the quarter mile. It was built in 1986 and has been driven regularly in street duty on tours and to car shows. Just over 13,250 miles have been logged thus far on this special street rod.
Not for the faint of heart, this car rides on Polished Slot Wheels fitted with 165R15 Coker Tires up front & huge 31 x 8.50-15LT Mickey Thompson Sportsman radials out back. We have an extra set of Goodyear drag slicks that are included along with the custom hydraulic tilt trailer.
The Hot Red Ditzler Starthane paint is in very good condition, with very few imperfections & chip touch-ups on closer inspection. This is a well done hot rod and this is reflected both cosmetically and mechanically. It was built to drive and show, displaying a straight mirrored shine throughout.
The front end displays an array of polished and chromed components. The disc brakes are accompanied by chromed shocks, a polished swaybar, polished tubular a-arms and more. The front license plate is recessed behind the grille for a sinister appearance.
 


 



 


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible

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You are viewing a beautiful example of Ford's early Mustang. This car has been treated to an extensive body-off restoration, the paint & body completed in 2004. Today, this car shows extremely well. It is always garaged and currently on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. This car has won 1st place in multiple car shows. It is the perfect Mustang for cruising and showing.
On April 17th, 1964, Ford introduced the original Pony car, the Mustang. These are now commonly referred to as the 1964 1/2 Mustang. Production of the original body style continued for approximately five months until it was changed when Ford began production of the new 1965 model on August 1st, 1964. This Dearborn, Michigan built Mustang carries a warranty plate date code of 14E (May, 1964) finished in striking Prairie Bronze.

 


 



 


1949 Buick Super Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful AACA winning 1949 Buick Super 8 Convertible. This car was originally sold on September 15th, 1949 by Paul Abel Motors, Inc. of Muncie, Indiana to Mrs. Lawrence A. Lang of Cincinnati, Ohio. Today, this car showcases a complete mechanical and cosmetic frame-off restoration to original Buick standards, completed in 1999. It has been in climate controlled storage since. Today this stately Buick is prominently displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
We have the owner’s manual and the original warranty booklet. The original identification plates are also in place.
The exterior styling is timeless, accentuated by the restored factory bright work. The grille assembly and stainless shows exceptionally well throughout this Buick.
The paint is Sequoia Cream and is in excellent condition, freshly polished, waxed, and detailed professionally.
Open the door to yesterday's luxury, today.
The dash displays beautiful original instrumentation and Sequoia Cream paint work.
The upholstery has been beautifully restored throughout.

 


 



 


1956 Cadillac Coupe Deville

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This extremely well-documented & option-laden 1956 Cadillac Coupe Deville was sold new in Tucson, Arizona to Dr. G. Bancroft by Paulin Motor Co. This beautiful Cadillac is factory equipped with the optional 305 horsepower dual carbureted version of Cadillac's Iron 365 cube V8 as well as air conditioning. We have paperwork dating back to two original bills of sale. We have the original Cadillac owner identification card, the lubrication manual with maintenance noted from Paulin Motor Co along with many more rare documents pertaining to this Cadillac.
This car was acquired from the widow of the original owner back in 1980. The car has been garage kept and well cared for. A copy of the May, 1980 issue of Hemmings Motor News is also provided with the advertisement for this Cadillac.
 


 



 

1978 DATSUN 280Z

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This beautiful Datsun 280z has 51,505 miles, believed to be original. Owned in a classic car collection for over 20 years, it has been well taken care of and run and driven monthly.
This car is turn key ready to show and drive anywhere. The owner bought to drive and show for the next 40 years, but must sell reluctantly due to a recent accident while bicycling. Medical injuries now prohibit him from driving small vehicles. Well over 20k invested in this car. The owner also has for sale separately a brand new factory set of 1978 OEM wheel covers, only set in the US purchased from Z-source in Arizona, found in a store room at a Datsun dealer when relocating to a new building. Also, a new factory cut aftermarket interior carpet set for 1978 Z models.
 




1937 Ford Phantom
"The Three Window Coupe”


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The features are extensive on this amazing machine. This extensive nut & bolt build was completed in 2002. Less than 1,500 miles have been logged on this, The Phantom Coupe.
We have a categorized assortment of receipts, specifications, and descriptions of parts used in the extensive build of this machine. Over $80,000 has been spent to build this car.
The Body is by Minotti. This is the Ford Phantom Three Window Coupe, featuring components by Dan Fink and much, much more.

Power is courtesy of a professionally balanced and blueprinted B&M Supercharged racing 350 Chevrolet V8. The engine was built by Canton Racing Engines and features a high quality Lunati valve train along with a host of performance and show quality parts. The cylinder heads are Dart 72cc high performance heads underneath Billet Specialties valve covers. The B&M Supercharger produces approximately 9 lbs. of boost on this pump-gas friendly show car. The engine compartment is detailed to show, featuring polished aluminum components throughout. The specially ground Lunati cam was chosen specifically for this combination and is aided by low friction lifters and Lunati 1.5 roller rockers. The Super Charger is a Polished B&M 250 Power Charger. Induction is courtesy of twin tuned Holley 750 cfm 4bbl. carburetors. Exhaust gases are expelled courtesy of John Savage through free flowing headers to a custom dual exhaust system that sounds excellent. The charging system features a Street & Performance Alternator; the starter is a chromed Hamburger unit. The ignition system is by MSD. The Air Conditioning System features a polished compressor and is 134a converted. The transmission is a 700R4 overdrive built to performance spec with a 2800 stall converter.


 


 



 


1966 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88

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Oldsmobile's "88" is a long-standing tradition with American motorists. The 88 nameplate was used from 1949 until 1999. The 88 was also the division's top selling line from 1950 until 1974. This well-kept example is a turn-key car ready to enjoy. This car showcases over $10,000 spent in a bare metal refinish in its original Laurel Mist color.
The 88 received an extensive styling and design re-engineering in 1965. This coke-bottle shaping and rounded lines would continue to 1970. The 1966 model displays the majority of the '65s features with only slight changes, such as a revised grille and tail section.
This example proudly displays an exceptional finish in the correct Laurel Mist color. The paint and body are in very good to excellent condition throughout, with few minor flaws on closer inspection.
Under the hood is the 425 c.i. "Super Rocket" V8. This is the 2nd year this engine was offered in the Oldsmobile. Factory options include air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes. Inspection of the engine compartment will reveal clean and detailed original inner fenderwell steel, core support, and firewall areas. The original trim identification plate is also mounted in place. This is a strong running engine, be sure to play our video/sound clip. The underhood insulation has also been replaced. The engine runs strong and the automatic transmission shifts as it should.
 


 



 


1955 Chevrolet BelAir 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this  1955 Chevrolet Bel Air.

9000 miles have been logged since completion of this restoration.
This very nice 55 Bel Air Our Bel Air rides on Goodyear Eagle ST-P225/70/15 tires w/ CC Center line wheels Paint-Metallic blue with a tint of emerald All velour interior w/contrasting blue/light gray color  Hurst Ratchet Shifter After market custom Chevy stereo, all digital, w/ Kenwood speakers and Sony amp This 55 is truly ready to drive and enjoy. A very solid car worthy of any local show Power Steering Sun Super II Tach
After market custom air conditioning installed with original fan and temp controls
Electric windshield wipers 650 c.f.m. 350 CI-375 H.P. Turbo 350 w/shift kit and Hurst shifter. 30,000 over, 10:1/4-1 Pistons. 202 Double hump heads, reworked
R.V. Cam. Hooker headers with custom exhaust. Mallory ignition. Edlebrock Carb
Engine built by J & M Machine in Houston around 2001


 



 


1953 CHEVY BELAIR

SOLD


Please enjoy the following photos of this great old survivor Chevy. You will be amazed at the condition of the original interior and the condition of the car in general for a vehicle 58 years young.
In December of 2009 the 53 was treated to some needed mechanical upgrades. The carburetor was rebuilt, and all new plugs, points, wires, and condenser were installed. A new fuel tank sending unit was installed.
Also done at that time, the transmission was dropped and all new seals were installed, the radiator and transmission cooler were repaired, the original generator was rebuilt and a new voltage regulator was installed. A new 180 degree thermostat was installed and the engine was painted and freshened up.
The 53 has been treated to a repaint of its original color, and al of the chrome has been redone.
Fitted with the deluxe hood ornament and moldings, the car looks great. Easily a winner at a local show in the original 50's class.
 


 



 


1986 Buick Grand National

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this professionally modified 1986 Buick GN. This car has a portfolio of receipts detailing the upgraded precision turbo, built automatic transmission, and built engine along with the upgraded brake system, alcohol injection, tuning, and more. Well over $15,000 spent in these upgrades and maintenance. The built engine has just over 10,000 miles and the transmission has accrued only about 2,000 miles, both built especially for the increase in horsepower. This is a tight, excellent machine ready to own, drive, and enjoy.
 


 



 


1966 Chevy Chevelle 

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A standard V8 Malibu Sport Coupe from the factory, this Chevelle has been transformed into a great looking SS 396.
As always, we would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum at Dallas Love Field, for their great background for some of our photos. Please visit their great museum when you're in the Dallas area.
The Chevelle has been outfitted with the correct SS 396 hood.
We are proud to present this 396 Chevelle. Its 396 Long Block was rebuilt early this year, as was the transmission. The engine is bored .030 over, there was a complete valve job performed. This Chevelle runs great.
The chrome is all excellent on the 66
The classic 66 lines of this Chevelle are desirable to many.
1966 saw a complete restyle of the Chevelle on the previous frame that included smooth contours, a broad new grille and bumper treatment, and curved side windows. Bulging rear fender lines and a "flying buttress" roofline (tunneled into the "C" pillar) were highlights of the '66 hardtops, shared with other GM "A" body models. The new body reflected the "Coke bottle" body shape that became the fad for American cars in the mid-1960s. A hardtop-styled Sport Sedan joined the Malibu series. Chevelles continued in 300, 300 Deluxe, and Malibu trim. Available engines were a 327-cubic-inch V8 instead of either of the sixes, or the mid-level option, a 220-horsepower 283-cubic-inch V8. Judicious attention to the options list could add a tachometer, mag-style wheel covers, and sintered-metallic brake
 


 



 


1970 Jaguar XKE SERIES II

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1968 Saw the introduction of Jaguar's Series II with a re-designed nose & tail along with lights that met with U.S. Federal regulation. Sports Car International magazine listed the E-Type Jaguar as number one on their Top Sports Cars of the 1960s. This example is finished in brilliant red with biscuit interior and a matching top. This is a numbers matching, driving quality example that you can cruise in and enjoy.
Series II cars utilized larger Girling disc brakes along with a stronger chrome-plated wire wheel. This example rides on a set of 15-inch wires wrapped in 205/70R15 B.F. Goodrich Radial Touring T/As.
The finish shows well with minor imperfections present on closer inspection. It is a very good driver quality finish.
The XKE was conceived with the spirit of the XKC & D-Type racing Jaguars of the 1950s.
The bonnett shows well, as does the brightwork.
The paint displays a straight reflection down either side.
The aerodynamic design and appeal of the Jaguar E-Type cemented the legacy of this legendary mass produced supercar.

 


 



 


1965 Pontiac Bonneville 

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This beautiful Bonneville has less than 3000 miles since restoration
Nicknamed "Bonn-Evil", this awesome Bonneville has won many awards at numerous car shows. Not just a time-slip collector down at the strip, Bonn-Evil is ready for wet weather thanks to a specialty windshield wiper kit. This is a cool compact aftermarket wiper system designed for smoothed firewalls. The wiper motor is located inside right above the glove compartment and there is also a hidden washer system.
As always, we would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Dallas Love Field, for their great background for some of our photos. Please visit their great museum when you’re in the Dallas area
A street machine in stance and performance alike, it puts the power to the ground through giant Hoosier Pro Street Radial tires in the back and B.F. Goodrich Comp T/As out in front, all on Billet Specialties GTX07 aluminum rims.
 


 



 


1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa

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Originally purchased in California, and always garaged, this 1982 911 is a fine example of the great heritage of Porsche

Targa top, targa for short, is a semi-convertible car body style with a removable roof section and a full width roll bar behind the seats. The term was first used on the 1966 Porsche 911 Targa, and it remains a registered trademark of Porsche.
 

Mechanically, the 911 was notable for being rear engined and air-cooled. From its inception the 911 was modified both by private teams and the factory itself for racing, rallying and other types of automotive competition. The original 911 series is often cited as the most successful competition car ever, especially when its variations are included, mainly the powerful 911-derived 935 which won 24 Hours of Le Mans and other major sports cars races outright against prototypes.

 


 



 


1973 Ford Bronco

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302 c.i. 4bbl. V8 / built w Extras - MSD billet aluminum dual point distributor, MSD electronic ignition, MSD spark plug wires, Blaster Coil, Edelbrock Performer Carburetor, Torker Intake, and more
The exterior has been restored in vivid yellow. This is a 2-year restoration on an exceptionally solid, dry climate Bronco. It has been stored winters and is currently on display in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
This is a no-rust example. The finish was done right. There are a number of chip touch-ups on closer observation, however the paint shows well.
This menacing stance is thanks to the beefy 5-inch suspension lift paired with meaty 33 x 12.5R15LT Baja Claw Radials.
The front and rear bumpers are by Duffy.
The above photo gives us a peek at the Dana 44 Front axle housing as well as the Superlift setup and Kustom KC stainless steel off-road lights.
 


 



 


1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible
SOLD
1972 would be last year of this classic bodied Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. The 442 was once again an option on the Cutlass. This 350 4bbl. powered '72 Cutlass is a pleasure to cruise in.
This classic Oldsmobile displays an exterior repaint that is in decent condition. This is a solid, driver quality car. There are a number of knicks and imperfections in the paint. The door jambs and trunk underside still show the original gold finish.
The doors, trunk, and hood open and close correctly. The body panels line up straight.
The power top operates as it should and seals up well throughout.
The interior features re-upholstered seating along with the original instruments and dash. The dash features the original gauge cluster along with a Sony CD Stereo system installed in the ashtray, hidden when the door is lowered.
The door panels are in exceptional condition throughout..
The door undersides are solid, indicative of a dry climate car.

 


 



 


1953 FORD F100 CUSTOM

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Truly one of the finest custom trucks we have seen here at Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas, not one item on this fine truck has gone untouched by the builder.
Built here in Texas, this custom truck is an absolute joy to drive. The owner built it drive as well as show, and we can honestly say, he did one heck of a job. The suspension in this truck is more solid and smooth driving than most new vehicles.
The truck has a 12 volt electrical system, with Halogen head lights.
Custom step rear bumper
Every body panel on this truck is as straight as an arrow. We just can't say enough about it. The base coat/ clear coat paint job is amazing.
Painted Wheel Smith steel wheels with chrome V8 dog dish hub caps and chrome beauty rings are wrapped in BF Goodrich TAs, P255/65R16s front and P285/60R16s rear.
Ford custom polished running board step plates.
We noticed a few shots of the truck look like there are chips in the paint. These are just reflections, because there is not a scratch or chip in this beautiful paint job.
The regular hood hinges have been replaced with the modern No Limit Hood Kit.
 





 

1965 Dodge Coronet AF/X Racer Tribute

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this outstanding re-creation of a legendary 1965 NHRA Mopar AFX. Only 11 of the original cars were produced, 5 of them Coronets. NHRA outlawed them for some time in 1965. These crazy machines drew massive crowds and were eventually re-instated to race. The NHRA finally said you could run these "Funny" cars and the phrase stuck.
Meet the first "Funny Car!" These funny machines featured altered wheelbases. The rear end has been moved forward 15-inches and the front K frame has been moved forward 10-inches to aid in weight transfer. These are the correct distances. These were absolute terrors at the track. This example has just been completed. It is a rotisserie restoration by the Mopar guru's at Pro Classics in Texarkana, Texas just completed with few miles logged to test and tune.
This amazing machine features power by an all-aluminum 528 cubic inch, Hilbourne Electronic Fuel Injected High-Performance Hemi V8 that produces approximately 650 horsepower on 93 octane pump gas. Power is transmitted through the heavy duty 4-speed manual transmission to the full spool, 4.30 geared rear end.



 


1957 Chevy Bel Air
SOLD

Originally equipped with a 283 4bbl. V8, this car is now equipped with the correct early GM aluminum dual quad intake manifold (casting 3731394) & dual carburetors. A solid lift cam and lifters have also been installed. This drivetrain was completely gone through in 2007 and rebuilt by E.T. Automotive in Garland, Texas. We have verifying receipts. This combination was built to accurately replicate the optional 270 horsepower dual quad V8 in 1957, although the cylinder heads have been fitted with hardened seats and valve guides made for today's pump gasoline during the 2007 rebuild. The ignition system is also upgraded, featuring an MSD Pro-Billet distributor. This is a turn-key engine that runs out strong. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts correctly. The car drives down the road with ease. Modern Air Conditioning has been installed for driver comfort.
 


 



 


1956 Chevy 150 Sedan

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Built to be a driver, this 56 is everything its owner wanted. It has everything needed to be able to just get in, turn the key and go. With A/C, power steering and power brakes, it is a joy to drive.
This 4 door sedan is great for a family. You can easily put a car seat in the back.
The chrome bumpers are in very good condition, as is the brightwork.
Not built to be a show car, the paint has some issues. There are a few areas that are starting to chip a bit, but in general it doesn't look bad.
The interior is well done. The vinyl and tweed fabrics finish off the inside of the 56 very nicely.
A Kenwood CD Stereo was added for your listening pleasure.
The engine is not dressed up to show, but the well maintained 350 ci engine runs great.
The undercarriage is clean and solid. There is no rust and the floors look good.
The duel exhausts make the 56 sound great.


 


 



 


1976 FORD BRONCO

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If you have wanted an early Bronco, this is the year and model that will get your attention. The 76 model came stock with the bigger front end, power steering and power breaks. The "deluxe" model is the Ranger. Here it is... Automatic transmission and four wheel drive. Here is your chance to get the Bronco you wanted at the price you wanted. It would be best to do a bit more work before it is a daily driver.
The exhaust has been stubbed out in front of the rear tire and chrome tipped. This shorter exhaust path makes for a nice sound
The diamond plate interior looks fantastic. The original panels come with the truck as well
The stereo is a marine Sony. This is a great choice as you might be exposed to too much moisture with the Bronco having an open dash. The stereo has a remote. Great when your sitting on the tailgate! The JBL amp powers the Sony sub in the back. The 4 speakers are Focal up front and Polk Audio in the rear.


 



 

1952 Chevy Pick Up 3100

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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to offer this beautifully restored 1952 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. This truck showcases recent quality cream paint throughout along with new chrome work, strong mechanicals, a new wood bed, and many more classic features. This is a turn-key example ready to own, show, and enjoy. Please scroll slowly through our photos and enjoy the presentation.
The classic front end of the '49 to '52 Chevrolet trucks are unmistakable. This truck showcase new chrome work front to back.
Closer inspection of the body will reveal very good door, hood, and tailgate fit along with an exceptionally solid body and paint.
This is a desirable small-back-window truck.
The tail light chrome is excellent. This truck features working headlights, tail lights, and turn signals and is ready for street cruising.
The Chevrolet beauty rings and caps are in excellent condition, displayed on the restored and painted steel factory wheels. These are wrapped in newer wide whitewall tires.
The running boards feature optional Chevrolet step plates.
One of few distinguishing features for the 1952 Chevrolet trucks over the '51s were the pushbutton door handles.
Chevrolet's post-war offerings were laden with chrome, unlike times just prior to WW2. This beautiful grille assembly has been re-chromed along with the bumpers.

 


 



 

1955 Buick Century

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The 1955 Buick Century was a personal design favorite of Harley Earl himself. Mid 50's GM styling is often considered to the pinnacle of American car styling. Built on the smallest Buick platform of the year, the Century also boasted the most powerful engine, the 322 cubic inch Nailhead V8 rated at 236 horsepower. This is a turn-key example finished in its correct Cascade Blue & Dover White colors. It has been updated with modern air conditioning and is factory-optioned with power steering & power brakes.

This older, presentable finish has a number of imperfections, such as these large chips on the driver's side door along with some chips along the front edges where the hood meets the fenders along both sides. The paint shows fair and is in decent shape over an exceptionally solid body.
From the 1930's until 2005, Buick's Century nameplate was utilized. This example displays original intact stainless and trim throughout along with nice chrome displayed on the front and rear bumpers.
 


 



 

1960 Plymouth Fury

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In 1960, the Plymouth Fury was the top offering in Plymouth's line-up. Legendary designer Virgil Exner was the man responsible for this classic style known as "The Million Dollar Look."
Many of our photos of this classic '60 Plymouth Fury were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at their historical museum if you visit Dallas, Texas.
This classic Plymouth Fury showcases driver quality paint along with intact & rare brightwork throughout.
The doors, hood, and trunk open and close correctly.
The paint displays an excellent gloss and overall appeal. There are a number of paint imperfections and chip touch-up if you look closely.

 


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1967 Chevrolet C-10 Custom

SOLD
 

1967 showcased a dramatic re-styling and re-engineering of Chevrolet's C/K truck series. No longer were these pickups considered simple work horses. They now took on a more comfortable role as everyday transportation and more. As you know, today the 67-72 Chevy Pickup's enjoy an enthusiastic following. This pampered Texas truck showcases a frame-off restoration. This is your opportunity to own an exceptionally nice truck ready to show & enjoy

This Chevy was as solid as can be prior to the extensive restoration. Check out the following "before" pictures. I want to mention that we have the original warranty book & protect-o-plate to this truck as well, tucked away in the glovebox.
 



 


1968 Chevrolet C-10 Pick Up
SOLD

Chevrolet was celebrating 50 years of of building trucks in 1968. This example was sold new at A & H Chevrolet in Arizona. We have the original protect-o-plate, warranty booklet, manual, build sheet, and registration from new.

The exterior displays a beautifully detailed dry climate body and white finish, correct for the truck. There are some minor imperfections on close inspection on this original bodied truck. This great truck was originally purchased by our sellers grand father in Casa Grande, AZ. It went from there to here in Dallas and has remained in the family until today.

 


1978 Chevrolet Corvette
Silver Anniversary


SOLD

 

1978 wound be the 25th Anniversary of America's Sportscar, the Chevrolet Corvette. Two special edition models were introduced to commemorate this special occasion. There was the Indianapolis 500 Pace car tribute & this, the Silver Anniversary Edition. This beautiful '78 Corvette Silver Anniversary features recent high quality base/clearcoat paint along with rebuilt mechanicals and a quality restored factory interior. We have a portfolio full of receipts pertaining to this car. Tens of thousands have been invested in this Corvette's cosmetic and mechanical upkeep.

Under the hood is the numbers matching 350 c.i. V8. This engine features a mild performance cam along with a recently rebuilt upper end. An Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake & 650cfm Holley Spreadbore carburetor was added. Exhaust gages are expelled through Competition Corvette Ceramic Coated headers to a hi-flow dual exhaust system (sounds excellent). The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout. The alternator was replaced with a 100amp Powermaster unit. The fuel pump has been replaced and the radiator upgraded with a 4-core unit. The factory 3-speed automatic transmission has also been rebuilt & upgraded. Less than 1,000 miles has been logged on this recent mechanical work. We have over $30,000 in receipts for the work done on this fine 78.


 



 

1970 Chevrolet El Camino

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This stunning '70 El Camino is fresh from a professional frame-off restoration completed in 2008. This photo-documented, no-expense spared restoration started on a beautiful example of Chevrolet's El Camino. This El Camino features power steering, power front disc brakes, and air conditioning.Restored from the bare chassis-up, no bolt was left unturned in this beautiful car restored in Autumn God with a Buckskin top.The engine is the original 350 c.i. V8 rated at 300 horsepower. This engine has been rebuilt and runs excellent.
Inspection of the engine compartment itself will reveal a beautifully restored and detailed engine bay with the original trim tag intact. The firewall, inner fender wells, and core support are in excellent condition.The attention to detail is prevalent throughout this restoration. The engine itself displays proper casting codes and dates throughout. The cylinder heads are 3927166 - the block casting is 3970010 - intake manifold casting is 3985577. This Flint, MI built powerplant carries the stamping of V0627CRE.   A multiple award winner, this number's matching 3-owner example sold new at Jack Williams Chevrolet in Ft. Worth, Texas. Today it is proudly displayed in our showroom at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.

 


 



 

1958 Chevy

 348 Tri-Power

SOLD


Built by the Chevrolet division of General Motors and introduced for the 1958 model year, the NEW '58 Impala was quoted as "Longer and Lower, Wider and Strong" in Chevrolet literature.
The Impala nameplate was first unveiled in 1958 as an upscale trim option on the popular Chevrolet BelAir series. Chevorlet's most expensive offering, the upscale Impala didn't feature BelAir badging anywhere. Certainly aided by the extensive redesign for Chevrolet's '58 model line-up, The Impala did so well that GM brass gave the green light for the Impala marque to become its own model for the following year.
The Impala nameplate is unmistakable! These crossed flags and Impala marque were first unveiled in 1958. Over the last 2 years, this car has received a great deal of restoration work, including an attractive interior restoration in the correct red vinyl with silver-laden multi-colored inserts. The finish was also restored and in exceptional condition, with some minor imperfection to note (chip-touch up, etc). Altogether, this is a very attractive Impala ready to own, show, and enjoy!
 


 



 

1982 GMC JIMMY

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This GMC was sold originally by the GM dealer in Wichita, Kansas and the current owner purchased it from the Gm dealer's lot in 1985. He then moved to Texas where the Jimmy has resided ever since.
Used as the family car when the kids were growing up, the condition of the Jimmy will amaze you. It does actually have 153,707 miles on it, but with the rebuilt engine and the constant maintenance, you will not believe it.
The Jimmy is the Sierra Classic. When the owner had it repainted he didn't put the emblems back on because they were fading and just didn't look good on the newly painted body.
In 1998 the owner treated the Jimmy to a repaint of it's Carmine Red original color. He also removed the dash pad and sent it to Just Dashes in California to be restored.
Since 2001 when the owner bought a new car, the Jimmy has been driven very little.

 


 



 

1955 CHEVY BEL AIR

SOLD

This incredible 55 has over $106,985 Invested $21,385.15 in 2006 alone was spent at A&W Productions.
This beautiful Bel Air started is transformation around 2006. One of the major changes was the addition of the 502/510hp Ramjet engine.
There is over $11,000. just in that alone.
At the same time a GM 4L60 Performance Overdrive Transmission was installed.

No expense was spared on this great Bel Air. All of the best products were purchased to bring the car to what you see here today.
The two tone paint is very nice, with only a few minor chips around the trunk edge.
There are little details all over the car right down to the Chevy bow tie tail lights.
The Billett Specialty Wheels are wrapped in BF Goodrich 255/50 ZR16s front and back.


 


 



 

1965 Ford Mustang

SOLD


Painstakingly and lovingly restored by her owner, this beautiful Mustang is extremely nice.
Badged as a GT, the car has some GT options, but not all. Missing are the front disc brakes and the special handling package that were part of the package.
As always, we would like to thank our friends at the Frontiers Of Flight Museum at Dallas Love Field, for their great background for some of our photos. Please visit their great museum when you're in the Dallas area.

The body is very straight on this car. It appears to have ben a very solid body before the restoration. The paint work was dones a few years ago by a local shop in town at the time called the Velvet Hammer.


 


 



 

1955 Chevy 150

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This beautiful '55 Chevrolet was built to drive and show. Built in California around 2003, this car has spent its time in the fair weather of California & now Texas. The car is proudly displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. The paint and body are outstanding as are the mechanicals. This Chevy is powered by a 401 cubic inch stroked small block V8 easily producing over 400 horsepower on pump gas. The transmission is a 4-speed overdrive unit & the rear end is from a '58 Corvette. With updated power steering and power front disc brakes, this is a very easy car to drive and will be a pleasure for someone to show and enjoy on the street.
The exterior is finished in Turquoise and in excellent condition. The body displays quality paint and fit throughout this dry climate example.
Hand pin striping adorns the body line and deck lid if you look closely.
These are custom Headwind Headlights.
This is one fine Tri-Five Chevy ! This car was appraised by Classic Auto Appraiser in Mission Viejo, CA for $51,500 in 2003 with a booklet detailing the car and parts used in its extensive build. Under the hood, you'll find a highly detailed engine compartment along with a 401 cubic-inch stroker V8.
New, sleek styling earned the 1955 Chevrolet the nickname of "The Hot One." This car certainly lives up to that reputation.


 



 

1953 Happy Home Travel Trailer

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this recently restored vintage travel trailer. This beautiful 'lil vintage Camper is ready for your road trip. She is affectionately known as "Betty Jean." This is the perfect Camper for your road trip.
"Betty Jean" was originally manufactured by the Happy Home Trailer Company based in El Monte, California. It has been lovingly restored. The exterior is finished in aircraft quality red & white paint. The Happy Home Campers boast insulation and an all-aluminum body construction.
The exterior features a custom hand-made red & white awning that is affixed in a special grove along the top edge above the door.
Come on inside, and don't leave the screen door open !
 





 

1957 Chevy Bel Air

SOLD


This amazing '57 Chevy BelAir is fresh from a nut & bolt, frame-off restoration finished in 2010. Just over 1500 miles have been logged since completion. This is a comfortable car that drives better than new thanks to modern updates throughout. This is a '57 BelAir built to drive, show, and enjoy. Be sure to play our video below to experience this car to an even greater degree.


Chevrolet's BelAir was produced from 1950 until 1975. Of all these years, the 1957 has to be the most recognizable. With its low, sleek design, tail fins, and rocket-inspired design cues the '57 Chevy is an American Classic since its inception. This stunning car features new smoked glass with vent window delete.
 


 



 

1969 Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside Custom

SOLD


On its introduced, the "Action Line" of Chevrolet line of pickup trucks was touted as the most cab and sheetmetal styling change in Chevrolet history. This example features custom Turquoise paint along with original brightwork in exceptional condition
THis '69 Chevy LWB truck rides on a 206.25 inch wheelbase and sits on steel 6-lug wheels wrapped in 275/60R15 radial tires.
Closer inspection of the exterior will reveal painted and detailed components throughout. The sheetmetal and paint show exceptionally well on this dry climate, Texas truck.
The interior features custom upholstery throughout. The captain bucket seating is finished in turquoise cloth to match the paint. The dash has been restored as have the door panels, and headliner. The Delco AM radio is still in place as are the factory gauges. An underdash air conditioning unit is accompanied by an updated A/C compressor under the hood. This is a very nice interior with tasteful custom touches.
 


 



 

1969 Ford Mustang Mach I

SOLD


Ford's Mustang Mach 1 made its debut in 1969. An instant hit, the Mach 1 boasted sales of 72,468 in comparison to only 4,973 GT variants sold in '69. It was introduced as an in-between model of the lesser priced GT and more expensive track-oriented BOSS 302s and 429 equipped cars. The Mach 1 was tested flat-out at Bonneville, where it broke some 295 USAC speed and endurance records. With its sinister stance, black-out hood, special scoop & graphics, and a plethora of engine options, Ford's Mach 1 Mustang would cement its place in the American Muscle car history books. This beautiful example showcases a complete restoration and is a fitting homage to its Mach 1 brethren's glory days!
An attention magnet, this Mach's exterior is finished in its correct F5 Gulfstream Aqua paint over original sheetmetal. The paint shows exceptionally well throughout. This is a base/clearcoat show quality finish. The car showcases original quarters and all factory welds as verified by C & S Performance (formerly Keith Craft Motors).
 






1956 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special.


SOLD

 

1956 was another banner year for Cadillac. Even with the introduction of a "new" Lincoln and redesigned Chrysler Imperial, Cadillac continued to be the leader in luxury automobiles. The beautiful 1956 line-up moved Cadillac up to 9th in American Automobile Sales with 154,577 Cadillac’s produced. Only 17,000 were Series 60 model. We are proud to present this beautiful 1956 Sixty Special Sedan.

1956 would be the last year of the unique P-38 fighter inspired tail fins. The '56 Cadillac's were designed at a cost of 35 million by General Motors. GM was by far the American automotive industry leader in 1956 with well over 3 million units sold that year.

The 1956 models showcased this redesigned egg crate grille with special Cadillac script badges.


 




 


1970 Chevy Chevelle HOT LS-6 CUSTOM 454 SS Pro-Tour #1

SOLD


You are viewing a no-expense spared, body-off restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport. This pristine example began life as a rust-free Nevada car and has been transformed to the LS6 spec. high-revving big block 454 touring machine you see today. This car is also going to be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue of a major magazine publication. Yes, this is one "Super Chevelle!" Approximately 1,000 miles have been logged on this amazing American Muscle Car.

This Morgan & Son built (Bud Morgan) big block Chevrolet engine features a stout 4-Bolt Main GM 454 CE block (casting 3999289) built to LS-6 specifications. This fully balanced and blue-printed assembly features a top quality rotating assembly, highlighted by the GM NOS LS-6 Forged Steel (3967416) crankshaft. Polished beam GM dimple rods spin with Speed Pro Hyper Pistons. Plasma Moly Rings provide supreme piston to cylinder wall sealing. Induction duties are courtesy of a tuned Holley double pumper 4bbl. carburetor atop an aluminum GM LS-6 "snowflake" high performance intake (casting 3963569). The cylinder heads are Pro Comp Aluminum heads with high performance hardware that includes Comp. guide plates, pushrods and springs along with Comp Ultra Gold roller rocker arms. A specially ground Pro Comp solid lift camshaft has been utilized for maximum performance across the RPM range. Power climbs up to an excess of 550 horsepower on 92 octane pump gas. A Cloyes double roller timing chain keeps the timing accurate. MSD handles the ignition duties with a Pro Billet Distributor, 8.5mm Wires, and High Performance Coil. A Melling High Volume Oil Pump works in conjunction with a Milodon high performance oil pan.
 


 



 

1990 Lotus Esprit SE

SOLD


In production from 1976 to 2004, the Lotus Esprit debuted as a concept car at the 1972 Turin Motor show. This aerodynamic design kept its basic stance for many years. This rare example is one of the few Esprit SE Turbocharged versions built. A 1990 model, only 698 SE's were produced with 211 delivered to the United States. This example has only accrued just over 22,500 miles since new. This is your opportunity to own a well maintained example in excellent condition.
In 1987, the Espirit was unveiled with a striking new design influenced by famed McLaren F1 designer, Peter Stevens. A new Lotus patented process was invented to create the body, called the VARI process, offering many advantages over the traditional hand laid process. Further reinforced with Kevlar, the Esprits torsional rigidity increased by 22 percent.
In 1989, the Esprit was again improved. The turbocharged engine received a water to air charge cooler which Lotus named the Chargecooler. This produced what you see here, the SE (Special Equipment) version.
 


 



 

1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

SOLD


The 1971 Chevelle showcased new front end styling featuring powerful new single headlamps, a new bumper designed, and integral park/signal/marker lights. This example is finished in brilliant red with black stripes.
The exterior features the prominent Super Sport badging throughout along with brilliant red paint in very good condition.
Open the door to 1970. The interior features factory Super Sport accompaniments including the tachometer, bucket seating, and a center console. The interior is in exceptional condition.
The bucket seating displays clean upholstery throughout.
The dash displays the Super Sport specific gauges.
Chevrolet's Chevelle rides on a 112-inch wheelbase. This power front disc brake equipped SS rides on custom polished 15-Inch Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped in 235/60R15 & 275/60R15 Firehawk Indy 500 Radial tires.

 


 



 

1947 Ford Super Deluxe

SOLD


This is a turn-key & stunning 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Two-Door Sedan. This car featuers recent (July 2011) extensive mechanical restoration that includes a complete professional rebuild of the flathead V8, new clutch kit, hoses, belts, gaskets, radiator clean & test, and more with receipts to verify (cost of $6404.95) The gas tank has been replaced with a new steel tank. along with a new sending unit & pickup. Along with recent quality paint & chrome, this classic Super Deluxe shows beautifully and is ready to enjoy.
The exterior displays an exceptional and recent quality paint job. This is a fine post example of Ford's Super Deluxe. Prior to the war, the 1942 models retain the same body. The Super Deluxe enjoys several styling differences while retaining the same basic structure.The brightwork is beautifully detailed. The chrome has been redone.
The iconic Ford grille displayed a beautiful re-design for 1946-7 with these horizonal bars and rectangular grille opening.
Open the doors to 1947. This Ford displays a beautiful interior with the classic features of Ford's Super Deluxe.
 


 



 

1946 Chevrolet 1/2 ton Pickup Truck

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1946 Chevrolet truck. This truck underwent an approximately 4-year nut & bolt restoration to its present and remarkable condition. This truck was restored over a period beginning in 2002, and ending sometime in 2006-7 From the owner's desk,
" In 1946, this Chevrolet truck was purchased by Truman and Tootsie Butler of Princeton, Texas to assist on their family farm hauling cotton and hay. Serving well until the year 1967 when it was decided to retire the old truck and put it out to pasture, where it sat for nearly twenty years. At that point, the truck was then purchased by Leon Blassingame of Garland, Texas who in turn gave it to his son-in-law, John Whitsell of Rowlett, Texas. John had all intentions in restoring this old farm truck with his grandson who was approximately 4 years old at the time. Throughout the next fifteen years, the truck sat rusting and became completely unworkable next to John's shop. He never found the time to work on it and his grandson grew up finding other interests.
 


1957 Chevrolet BelAir Convertible

SOLD

 

The 1957 Chevy is considered to be the most recognizable collectible American car in the world. With their timeless styling and prominent fins, it is no wonder the 57 Chevy is instantly recognized all over. Chevrolet produced the BelAir from 1950 until 1975. The 1957 BelAir stand alone. This example is a driver that features additional comfort and safety features such as power 4-wheel disc brakes and vintage air conditioning.
The exterior presents an older Matador red finish that shows a number of flaws on close inspection. There are chip touch-ups and lacquer checking especially down low when you look closely. Not a show car, the paint is still very presentable as you can see. The hard to acquire stainless and brightwork is intact throughout. The bumpers are peeling in areas and in need of rechroming on some sections. This car runs and drives exceptional.
 





 


1981 DeLorean DMC-12

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful original 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 Sports Car. This garaged example has accumulated just over 2500 miles now. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. We have the original window sticker, owners books & manuals, a binder full of literature and VHS tape for this car along with several letters from DMC direct in the early '80s. We have receipts for the air conditioning being serviced and a new compressor installed in 2007, as well as an extensive suspension inspection, rack & pinion replacement, and four wheel alignment from 2007 to the sum of $3,537.31.
John DeLorean had a vision of a sports car that would accomodate a taller stature. His intense interest in GM's Aero Vette certainly placed a role in his design execution of the DMC. This mid-engine American Sports car was produced from 1981 until 1983. Just over 9,000 examples were produced. Approximately 6500 are believed to exist today. Many of the original buyers still cherish their DeLorean.
 





 


1963 Ford Falcon Futura

SOLD
 

We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautifully built 1963 Ford Falcon Futura. This car features quality paint, body, interior, and professionally built high performance 289 with 350 dyno-verified horsepower. This is a very nice Falcon Futura ready to show, drive, and enjoy. This is a well-documented example with receipts and paperwork detailing the parts used and worked performed to restore this red hot custom Falcon, The Falcon was produced by Ford Motor Company from 1960 through 1970. A huge sales success for Ford initially, the Falcon was offered in a variety of body styles : two-door and four-door sedans, two and four door station wagons, two-door hardtops, convertibles, a sedan delivery, and the Ranchero Pickup. For a number of years, the Falcon name was even used on passenger versions of the Ford Econoline.

 This Atlanta, Georgia produced '63 Ford Falcon Futura two-door hardtop is restored in its original color of Rangoon Red. The paint and brightwork are in exceptional condition throughout this car. The finished work was done in 2002 with receipts to verify, its condition today a testament to the high quality restoration work on this car.


 


 



 

1948 Pontiac Silver Streak

SOLD

The 1942-1948 Pontiac Streamliner was the last prewar Pontiac and its post-war continuations in Pontiac's upper priced series. This original last-year '48 Streamliner showcases its factory paint, interior, and drive train in well preserved condition. It is a pleasure to drive and enjoy as it is.
The 1948 models were fitted with Silver Streak chrome script, a term earlier applied to Pontiac styling. 1940 would also be the first year for Pontiac to offer an automatic transmission, the Hydra-Matic. Another interesting fact is Pontiac produced 123,115 Streamliners with 8 cylinder power in '48, while only 37,742 were fitted with the 6 cylinder engine.
This is a great driving car. It shows 22,366 miles and judging by the condition and mechanicals of this Pontiac could very well be the original miles.


 


 



 

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396
SOLD
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful, frame-off restored, numbers matching 1968 Chevy Chevelle SS 396. This collector quality car showcases beautiful Fathom Blue paint along with its original drivetrain and options.
396 4bbl. V8 / 250HP - This engine is original to the car, stamping is T0628EU / Engine Block - 3916323 / Heads - 3917215 / Intake – 3883948
The 1968 Chevelle showcased an extensive redesign. The boxy squared look was replaced with this aerodynamic fastback style. An instant hit with the American public, the 1968 models boasted an astonishing record high of 417,844 Chevelles sold in total. There were 4 models available, beginning with the Chevelle 300 and ending with this, the formidable Chevelle SS396.
Built the 4th week of July, 1968 at the Baltimore, Maryland plant, this collector quality Super Sport features some unusual options. It is one of 131,700 Chevelles to be fitted with the 396 big block engine. This car is also one of 55,309 hardtop Chevelles produced and one of only 3,795 ordered with the M40 Turbo 400 transmission. Interestingly enough, this car was also ordered as a column-shifted car with bucket seating, unusual itself.
 


 



 

1958 Chevrolet BelAir Nomad Wagon

$ 35,000.00


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 2-owner 1958 Chevrolet Nomad Wagon. We have the original invoice and more documentation/history. This is a low-mileage original '58 Chevy Nomad Wagon with only 47,823 miles logged thus far. This Nomad was purchased new at Townsend Brothers Chevrolet in Dover, Delaware to a Midwest City, Oklahoma buyer. The car was then driven back to Oklahoma where it was sold only a month later at Ralph L. Bolden Oldsmobile in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was here that the last owner purchased this well-appointed American Classic. Its travels include family road trips to New York & Los Angeles.
The Nomad was Chevrolet's top-of-the-line wagon offering in 1958 and was only available in 4-door configuration. The other available wagon models were the Yeoman and Brockwood.
Chevrolet's Nomad Wagon carried the same color configurations and accessories as the BelAir line. This example wears its factory two-tone Sierra Gold & Arctic White paint. Two-Tone paint was an extra option at a cost of $33.00 according to the original invoice.
1958 Chevrolet literature stated " You've never had handsomer reasons to move into a new wagon. " We are inclined to agree with this! What an amazing find this Nomad wagon is.
 


 



 

1984 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

SOLD


The 1984 Chevrolet Corvette was a technological marvel of its time. The C4 Corvette was such a great design, it continued for 12 years, ending in 1996. This low-mileage example is a great driver ready to own and enjoy.
The exterior showcases custom Silver paint with a black racing stripe. There are some imperfections to note on closer inspection, mainly chips on the rear panel and some scratches.
Altogether this Corvette shows very well, as you can see in our photos.
This stance is courtesy of custom 18-inch wheels wrapped in 265/35ZR18 rubber.
This is your opportunity to own America's Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette. The C4 body design went through extensive wind tunnel testing and was a far cry from the 70's C3 Corvettes in design and function.
The interior features carbon fiber themed accents along with original gauges and controls. The transmission is a 4-speed manual. All 1984 Corvettes came with the 700R4 automatic transmission only, so this is a unique upgrade to the '84 Corvette.
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1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this Dallas, Texas ordered 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark 3. This proud American Luxury car is on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars is open 6 days out of the week. We are located within minutes of Dallas Love Field Airport. Walk-in visitors and inspections by appointment are welcomed and encouraged. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
Lincolns Continental Mark 3 was introduced in 1969 to much positive fanfare. This pricey luxury cruiser was an instant hit with the public. The sleek design features a long sweeping hood and concealed headlights.
The 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark 3 rides on a 117.2 inch wheelbase. It rides on its original 15-inch wheels/wheelcovers wrapped in 225/75/R15 Futura ATD Whitwall Radial Tires.
 


 


1939 Buick Special

SOLD


"Touring Sedan"

This stately Buick Automobile has recently had the transmission overhauled, a new clutch & pressure plate assembly installed, a new rear main bearing replaced, and the linkages re-worked, the 1939 boasted a 30 percent increase in sales for Buick, with war looming on the horizon.
 

This is an older finish with checking on the trunk, there are flaws on close inspection. It appears this is an old lacquer finish, showing some patina.
This car is loaded with character!
"A Buick Eight"
 


 


1967 Pontiac GTO

SOLD


This documented example is complete with the PHS report, Original Warranty Book & Protect-O-Plate, a copy of the original title, and owners manuals. This is a low-mileage original Texas car in superb condition.
This survivor example showcases one repaint of the original Gold finish. Closer inspection will confirm this GTO to have excellent all original sheetmetal throughout.
The engine compartment houses the original 400 cubic inch 4bbl. V8 rated at 335 Horsepower. This engine's serial number corresponds with the PHS report (#'s matching) The transmission is correct as well The 400 cube powerhouse V8 is mated to the Muncie 4-speed wide-ratio manual transmission.



 


 



 

1969 Porsche 912

SOLD


The exterior shows extremely well, with a brilliant orange finish highlighted by excellent body panels throughout this dry climate example. Much work was done during the extensive restoration. It is built to drive and enjoy, with added air conditioning along with engine, exterior, and interior upgrades.
This beautiful 912 has been fitted with 911 S bumpers both front and rear. It is also equipped with CIBIE fog lights and chromed mirrors. The 912 was produced from 1965 until this, the last production year, 1969.
In addition to the cosmetic restoration work, the factory engine has been built with approximately 4,000 miles logged since restoration. The engine was re-sealed, dual Webber carburetors installed, new belts, and air conditioning installed as well. It is mated to the 5-speed manual transmission. The engine compartment is dressed with chromed features and displays solid original sheetmetal throughout when you look closely.
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1971 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow

SOLD

The Silver Shadow was in development for approximately 11 years prior to its introduction in 1965. It was Rolls Royce's most significant motorcar since the Silver Ghost. The Silver Shadow was also Rolls Royce's most successful car with 16,717 units solid during its lengthy production run. This was quite an impressive feat for such a pricey automobile (The 1st year 1965 Silver Shadows base sticker price was upwards of $20,000). This is your opportunity to own a quality example you can drive and enjoy. It has been in a local Dallas, Texas collection for a number of years.
 



 



1953 DeSoto Powermaster


SOLD

The Desoto Powermaster was produced from 1952-54. You are viewing a very nice example with quality paint, brightwork, interior, and mechanics.
The Powermaster debuted during Desoto's 25th Anniversary, taking the place of the Desoto Deluxe and Desoto Custom.
250 Cubic-Inch Flathead 6
This Powermaster is on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas 75235. You can reach Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions
 


 



 

1967 Shelby Cobra Tribute

SOLD


This street-proven Cobra replica has logged just over 20,000 miles. It is an absolute pleasure to drive. Be sure you play our video location above. This is your opportunity to own a quality replica ready to enjoy
The high quality body is by NAF finished in bright red with white racing stripes.
Classic Cobra features are prominent throughout this quality re-creation. The chromed roll bar is mounted in its correct position to the original competition Cobras.
Under the hood is this stout 302 c.i. V8. This engine features induction courtesy of a Holley 4bbl. carburetor atop an aluminum intake. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through the powder-coated header exhaust system to the true side pipes.
These side exhaust pipes sound EXCELLENT.
Open the door to 1966. The spartan interior is race-bred with few features other than vintage Stewart Warner gauges, leather bucket seating, Cobra steering wheel, and the 5-speed shifter. This car is also equipped with an emergency brake assembly, turn signals, windshield wipers, and a heater/defroster.
The small box on the console is removable.
The dash displays these vintage Stewart Warner gauges including a 160mph speedometer, 8,000rpm tachometer, oil pressure, water temperature, fuel level, and charging output.
This is an easy car to drive with plenty of power. This is not a car for the faint heart!
 





 


1970 Dodge Challenger RT/SE

SOLD

 

The 1970 Dodge Challenger was one of the last true Pony cars. You could order a Challenger with everything to an anemic slant 6 cylinder engine to a fire-breathing 440-6bbl. or the gnarly 426 Hemi. This example was ordered with the 383 4bbl. High performance engine and finished in one of Dodge's special vibrant colors, FJ5 Sublime Green, in excellent condition.

The R/T package could be fitted to standard Dodge Challenger body or this optional Special Edition. The Special Edition features include a vinyl roof with the small "formal" back window ; an overhead console, and leather bucket seating.
The paint and body show very well on this quality Challenger.
The R/T Challengers came standard with this, the high performance 383 4bbl. V8 rated at 330-5 horsepower @ 5,000rpm & 425 lb-ft. torque @ 3,200rpm. This high performance engine is correct, but not the original to this car.

 


 



 

1968 Ford Mustang Hardtop

SOLD

This Marti Report documented example features its correct Sunlit Gold paint & Ivy Gold interior. It is one of only 56 Mustangs built in 1968 with this paint/trim combination. Originally ordered to Center City Motors in San Diego, California
This Mustang boasts records-receipts dating back to the mid 1990s. It has recently been inspected and various maintenance performed such as replacement of the valve cover and intake manifold gaskets. The radiator has been replaced with a high capacity 3-row unit along with the belts, hoses, and thermostat. The Air Conditioning system has also been completely serviced. All of this work was performed by Advanced Auto Repair in Denton, Texas at a cost of over $2300. With receipts to verify.
The Sunlit God finish is in good condition, with some imperfections on closer inspection, as shown above. There are a few chips on the windshield cowl, also there are a few scrapes, a ding and chip on the driver's side rear quarter panel.
This interior is in exceptional condition. Finished in its correct Ivy Gold with standard bucket seating, Note that the air conditioning controls and discreet vents have been installed.
 



 


1956 Ford Fairlane Club Victoria
 

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The Ford models were completely re-designed in 1955 with distinctive brightwork and a low & wide body for a very attractive look. The '56 Fords were changed very little. This example showcases custom white paint along with subtle custom touches, true to a by-gone era. This perfect stance is thanks to the factory 15-inch steel wheels & custom 4-bar hubcaps. They are wrapped in very nice American Classic Wide Whitewall tires.
Custom touches include this tasteful grille and chromed headlight brows.
The original door handles have been shaved, however the body remains original and retains its correct brightwork in exceptional condition.
We have a remote keyfob to operate the doors.
Under the hood is this potent 292 cube V8 with vintage speed equipment. This 2-overhead-valve Y-Block V8 engine features Offenhauser finned valve covers, three Holley carburetors & matching intake, custom Red's headers, along with painted and detailed components throughout. It sounds excellent through the vintage glasspack mufflers and is paired with an automatic transmission
 



 


1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop Coupe


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1961 Chevy Impala Hardtop Sport Coupe. This car features custom white paint, two-tone interior, and is powered by the legendary 348 4bbl. V8.

Chevrolet's 1961 Impala rides on a 119 inch wheelbase. This example sits right on custom wheels sized at 235/40ZR18s in front & 245/40ZR20s in the rear.

The interior features two-tone red/white vinyl & cloth seating that shows well throughout.
Standard Impala equipment included such luxury features as an electric clock, parking brake warning light, back-up lights, de-luxe window cranks, fingertip door releases, and extra long armrests with built in safety reflectors.
 





 


1989 Corvette Convertible Custom

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This beautiful low-mileage Corvette Convertible has spent the majority of its life garaged & covered or cruising the car show circuit. It spent its first decade in Californa, then spent time in Arizona. Today, the car is proudly on display in our Texas showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane, just minutes from Dallas, Love Field Airport. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.
This car has only managed to accrue just over 43,400 miles from new. This is owner and car fax verified mileage. This car performs and handles excellent.
The 1989 Corvette enjoyed a host of refinements. Larger brakes and a revised performance suspension became standard equipment. 17-Inch Alloy wheels were now the base wheel. This Corvette has been upgraded with a show quality set of true knock-off wires, complete with the lead hammer.
The Royal Blue top is in excellent condition. This custom top was fitted to this car approximately 3 years ago. The headlight motors have been rebuilt and the alternator replaced recently as well.
 


 



 

1968 Cadillac Deville Convertible

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This beautiful 1968 Cadillac Convertible is finished in its desirable original colors of San Mateo Red Metallic & White Leather interior.
The finish is older with a number of imperfections on closer inspection.
The 1968 Cadillac models showcased modest exterior redesign along with classic Cadillac lines. This example rides on its original 15-inch wheels wrapped in 235/75R15 Arizonian Silver Edition Whitewall tires.
The biggest spotlight on the "new" ;68 Cadillac models was this increased displacement 472 c.i. 4bbl. V8 rated at 375 horsepower. At the time, this stout power plant was also the largest production engine in the industry. It is mated to the smooth shifting 3-speed automatic transmission. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and solid original inner fenderwells, firewall, and core support steel. The original cowl identification plate is also in place. We have receipts from 2004 where the air conditioning compressor was replaced and much work was performed to the sum of $4,278.59. The air conditioning was overhauled and the convertible top replaced.
 


 



 

1972 Datsun 240Z

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This is your opportunity to own a very well documented 240Z ready to own and enjoy. This car was recently purchased from the original owner in 2010. Over $6,000 was recently spent (2010-11 with verifying receipts) on brake replacement, engine work, paint, and interior detail & restoration as needed. This car was delivered to Bud Black Datsun in Broken Bow, Oklahoma where it sold in 1972 with a sticker price of 4,456.00. This well-maintained classic Z car has spent its life in the Dallas, Texas area. It showcases original sheetmetal throughout and is finished in its correct color of metallic green.

 



 


1979 Martin Brothers Custom XS650 Yamaha Bobber
 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this, the first ever Martins Brothers Japanese Origin Custom Motorcycle. This special Bike has all the details off the high end V Twins with the reliability of a solid parallel twin. This is your opportunity to own a quality built custom bike that is not a cookie cutter copy of the rest out there.

 

This Bike is specially prepared for performance and reliability. When the build was started, the Yamaha was believed to have just under 13,000 original miles.
This classic Candy Apple Red Flamed Paint job is by Shorty of Elite Automotive with art work and pinstriping by Joe Martin. The finish is striking, especially in the full sun
The seams have been smoothed. Notice how the lines come together. There is fine craftsmanship on display here. The rear fender is molded into the frame. There is so much detail work to note on this magnificent Bike.


1932 Ford Roadster

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The 1932 Ford Roadster has been the hot rodders prefered fodder for decades. This classic example is built on a high quality N & N chassis. It features an N & N body coated in midnight black with "25s" Less than 1400 miles have been logged on this very well built car. The paint and mechanics are in excellent condition. This Roadster drives as good as it looks
This beautiful stance is thanks to the Wheel Vintique Red Powdercoated Wire Wheels sized at 15 x 5 & 15 x 10. Tires are Hoosier 31 x 12.5R15LTs & 26 x 7.50R15LTs.
The interior features classic hot rod accomidations including Moon gauges, an 8K knee-knocker mounted tachometer & a tilt steering column underneath a LeCarra Banjo Half Wrap Steering Wheel. A LoKar shifter and pedals have also been incorporated into this beautiful hot rod.
The beautiful upholstery is finished in bright red Ultra-Leather and complimented with matching seat belts.
 


1941 Lincoln Continental V12 Coupe

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The 1st Lincoln Continental was designed to be Edsel Ford's personal luxury car. Produced from 1939 until 1948, The 1st of these beautiful Lincoln Continentals were available only as cabriolets. The Coupe was introduced in 1940. Only 404 Continentals were produced in 1940 with that figure reaching 850 coupes in 1941, this being of one them. This is a very sound automobile that can be driven and enjoyed. The old lacquer finish is in need of restoration

The distinctive styling was considered "strictly continental." Working under Edsel Ford's keen eye, Bob Gregorie designed the uniquely sleek and uncluttered Art Deco design. These cars were virtually hand built and a testament to fine automotive manufacturing accomplishment of the times.
The Lincoln Continental was originally designed on the Lincoln-Zephyr V12 chassis. The 1941 model lost the "Zephyr" nameplate altogether.
 


 



 

1936 Ford Convertible Deluxe Mid-Year

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Stylists for Ford Motor Company working towards the 1937 Ford models rushed into production a new clam shell deck lid rear body stamping that was brought out mid-year on the 1936 Ford Convertible Sedan in a heavy contrast to the earlier slant-back design. This was likely the biggest change to a body profile without new designation in Ford history. This is also the first Ford to have the spare tire installed inside the trunk. A total of 5601 Convertible Sedans were produced in 1936, an exact number on these trunk-equipped mid-year models produced is unknown, although approximately 100 are accounted for today according to 36fords.com. Total Ford production for 1936 was 972,812. This is a very rare automobile indeed.
This well documented example is affectionately known as "The Duke." The car showcases a long-term, loving restoration to its present remarkable condition. This car has spent the majority of its life in California and is proudly displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. Arriving in Texas in 2004, It has done very well in vintage shows, accumulating a number of trophies, best of shows, and a coveted Yellow Rose Classic All Ford award. This car was awarded 985 out of a possible 1000 points by The Early Ford Club of America at the Central National Meet in Abilene, Texas, First Dearborn Award. The items have since been corrected. The correct dual-sided wide whitwall tires are also equipment on this beautiful car. This Ford is ready to judge at large national meets. This '36 & 1/2 Ford Convertible is a multiple award winning and a strong contender for all AACA & vintage automobile activities.





 


1970 Cadillac Deville Convertible

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Cadillac set an all-time division record in 1970 with 238,745 units build. Only 15,172 Deville Convertibles were produced. This example was sold new at Sewell Village Cadillac in Dallas, Texas. It has been in the Dallas area its entire life.
1970 would be the final year of the iconic Deville Convertible. This model dates back to the 1940 Series 62 Convertible Coupe. This stately Cadillac Drop-Top weighs in at a portly 4,660 lbs. It rides on its original wheels/wheelcovers on a 129.5 inch wheelbase.
This classic American Luxury car rides on 15-Inch Cadillac Wires with spinners, wrapped in Firestone Whitewalls sized at P235/75R15 on all four corners.
The interior was originally antique brown leather, it has been restored in white leather at the same time the paint was refinished and the convertible top replaced. This finish and interior is a few years old and shows well today. Little attention is needed on this dry climate example.

 


1962 Pontiac Catalina

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We are proud to present this beautiful 1962 Pontiac Catalina. This car features quality paint, interior, and a professionally built 389 c.i. engine fitted with three Rochester carburetors. We have receipts in excess of $11,000 in work performed. This is a turn-key cruiser ready to enjoy.
The 1962 Pontiac's received a thorough facelift, displaying contoured lines and very unique tail lights, such as this beautiful '62 Catalina 2-Door Hardtop.
The exterior showcases a brilliant silver metallic base/clearcoat finish over straight sheetmetal.
The doors, hood, and trunk open and close correctly. The body panels fit properly. This car is an absolute please to drive and a real head-turner.
Underneath the louvered hood rests a specially built 389 c.i.d. tri-power.
 





 


1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
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This beautiful '65 Ford Mustang Convertible has underwent a quality restoration. Over $20,000 was invested in the cosmetics alone. The paint was brought down to bare metal and finished in Rangoon Red. This is your opportunity to own an excellent example of America's Pony car. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 for further details. Enjoy our video/sound clip of this Mustang Convertible in action below.

The 1st "Pony Car," Ford's Mustang was introduced in April of 1964 in a highly successful campaign. Originally the Mustang was named for the P-51 fighter plane, but with early allusions to the horse motiff, it was quickly embraced and utilized. The Mustang was an instant classic with the American public. 22,000 were sold in the first day. Within two years, the 1,000,000th Mustang was produced.
 



 


1983 Zimmer Golden Spirit

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This Golden Spirit was built in March, 1983 by the Zimmer Motor Cars Corporation in Pompano Beach, Florida. The car was sold and delivered to Larry Lange Pontiac-Cadillac in Plano, Texas where it was purchased. This car has remained in the Dallas, Ft. Worth area its entire life, this car was ordered and delivered at a cost of $62,652.63 with verifying paperwork. A prestigious automobile, this car turns heads today, just as it did nearly 30 years ago. The Zimmer Corporation is still in business today making stunning creations. A 2010 Zimmer starts at around $120,000. Today, you can acquire this car at a fraction of the original purchase price.
 

This particular example has accrued just over 21,000 miles. It is currently on display in our classic car showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' facility features a full service classic and special interest vehicle shop as well. Our vehicles go through a thorough professional evaluation. We are located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas 75235. You can reach Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-213-7072 with questions.
 


1973 Triumph TR-6

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The Triumph TR-6 was one of Great Britain's most successful touring convertibles ever produced. They were the successor to the TR5/TR250 and predecessor to the TR-7. The TR6 quickly became one of the best selling models with 94,500 sold during the production years of 1969 to 1976. This well-maintained example features recent paint and mechanical restoration work including rebuilding the 6 cylinder engine, rebuilding the brake system and application of a brilliant red paint job. We have many receipts verifying the work performed. It is an excellent driver ready to enjoy.

This beautiful example features a recent paint job that shows well throughout. There are minor chip touch-ups and otherwise minor imperfections on this exceptionally nice TR6 that you have to look closely for. The doors, hood, and trunk open and close correctly. The body is finished in brilliant red. Much of the brightwork has been replaced including the very expensive tail light bezels.
 


1937 Ford Roadster

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This awesome roadster, which beat out 7 of 8 Riddler contenders at Goodguys Columbus for top 5 positions for street rod of the year in 2007, features many One-Off components.
The Coast to Coast Chassis has been modified and smoothed. The undercarriage features all polished stainless components, all stainless air, fuel, and brakes lines, and all polished stainless fasteners along with a custom built 9-Inch rear end.
The dash is beautifully finished to match the exterior. The gauges are by Classic Instruments. The steering wheel is a special One-Off atop a polished & finished tilt steering column.
The trunk features flush mounted Orion Audio components.
As recently as the March Good Guys Lonestar Nationals this year, this beauty won the "Chopped & Dropped" pick.

The body is a beautifully modified Wild Rod Factory Body. The Custom Paint is a special Two-Tone Mix consisting of Topaz Metallic & Harvents Moon Beige - Saffron Copper - All BASF Materials (2006 SEMA Show Feature Car for BASF)
Polished Stainless Steel Grille
Bonspeed Delta Wheels are sized at 20 inches in the rear and 17 in front. High Performance Dunlops are sized at 215-40-17 in front & 275-35-20s are in back.
The Wild Rod Factory Body shows extremely well.
These air conditioning vents are One-Off custom made.

1959 Cadillac Series 62 Hardtop Coupe
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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this astonishing 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Hardtop Coupe. This example was originally sold in St. Louis, Missouri. This is an unrestored example that is factory stock and as it left the factory in 1959. The odometer's mileage reading of approximately 27,799 miles is correct per the ownership history and the amazing original condition of the car. You will never find another Cadillac like this one. This is quite possibly the finest unrestored '59 Cadillac in existance. As you marvel at these amazing photographs of this Cadillac that has withstood the test of time, remember one thing, they are only original once
In the early 1980s with approximately 18,000 miles on it, this Cadillac was purchased by a museum in West Virginia where it stayed for 22 years. They then purchased a Biarittz and sold this coupe. It was purchased with 19,000 miles by a gentleman who accrued the additional mileage to date. The car was last purchased in California and flown here to Dallas, Texas where it has enjoyed great success in several car shows. This is truly a one of a kind Cadillac that has stayed original. This is a near immaculate example both cosmetically and mechanically. This car has obviously enjoyed meticulous care over the decades by each and every loving owner. The exterior is finished in the original Dover White paint and the astonishing interior is the original Silver-Black Carlisle Patterned Metallic Nylon with White Elascofab Bolsters & Trim.
 



1993 Porsche 928 GTS

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We are proud to present this beautiful example of the Porsche 928 GTS. This adult-owned and maintained example is in excellent, maintained original condition ready to own, drive, show, and enjoy, first introduced in 1978, the 928's original intention was to replace the 911 model line. The 928 series continued to evolve over the years, reaching its pinnacle upon introduction of the GTS model in 1992. Replacing the S4 and GT variants, The 93-up Porsche 928 GTS is arguably (by far) the best in the 928 series. This front engine/rear wheel drive 32 valve 5.4 Litre V8 equipped Porsche was rated at 345 horsepower @ 5700 rpm & torque rose to 369 lbs/ft @ 4250 rpm.. This package also boasted 50/50 weight distribution.

 


1955 Chevrolet BelAir

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This Classic Tri-Five Chevrolet is on display in our showroom.
Designed from scratch, the introduction of the all-new 1955 Chevrolet lineup ushered in a new era for Chevrolet and ensured them a place in American hearts for generations to come. The chassis, the body, and the engine selections were all new. Low and wide were new General Motor's buzz words that factored into development of the '55 Chevrolet. Come visit Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom for your fresh '55 Chevrolet !
The "new" '55 Chevy rode on a 115 inch wheelbase. The 1955 chassis was 18% lighter and 50% stiffer than the previous generation Chevrolet's. The factory 15-inch wheels on this car feature the original hubcaps along with Sears All-State 4-ply 6.70-15 wide whitewall tires
Two-Tone paint was very popular in the mid 50's and Chevrolet certainly offered many attractive combinations. This example features a Texas solid body finished in its correct trim tag verified colors of Gypsy Red & Shoreline Beige. The body and brightwork is in exceptionally good condition throughout. This car showcases original sheetmetal. It has always been a dry climate example. This is reflected throughout the body and undercarriage.
 





 


2008 Custom Built Chopper
 

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EASY RIDER CUSTOM TRIBUTE CHOPPER

Built in 2008 by Killa Cycles

This Rigid Chopper showcases yesterday's look with today's reliability and performance. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Captain America ! Approximately 600 miles have been logged on this amazing Bike since completion.

Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Jack Nicholson starred in the cult classic Easy Rider in 1969.

 





 


1973 Buick Centurion Convertible

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We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautiful one-owner '73 Buick Centurion Convertible. Only 10,296 were produced during its short three-year production run. 5,739 were built in 1973. This is your opportunity to own an unbelievably nice and rare 1973 Buick Centurion Convertible Coupe.
The exterior displays a quality professional re-paint of the original brown poly metallic finish. The original sheet metal is in excellent condition on this dry climate Texas example. The paint work was done in 2005 & at that time the front suspension was completely rebuilt. This car drives and rides beautifully.
We have receipts totaling in excess of $5,800 for this work alone.
This car is factory optioned with power windows, and the AM/FM pushbutton radio. The Centurion was Buick's top convertible in 1973. This would be the last year of this short-lived luxury cruiser.
This beautiful car rides on its original 15-Inch Buick Rally Wheels wrapped in newer 225/75/15 Fisk All-Season Radial Tires.
 



 


1931 Ford Model A Pickup Truck
 

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There were 4,839,340 Model As produced. 1931 Would be the last year of the A model. These were hard times, in contrast to 1,261,053 A's produced in in 1930, only 626,579 were produced in '31, less than half.

The 30-31 Model A trucks were true workhorses. This example features a wood & steel bed. The steel bed sides are highlighted with wood railing. This truck has withstood the test of time. It is fresh from a lengthy dry Texas storage. It does run, be sure to play our video. This one displays original steel & fiberglass front fenders. This Model A has not succumbed to the hands of hot rodders or customizers all of these decades past. The paint is poor and chipped. The body is steel throughout with the exception of 'glass front fenders.
 





 

 

1964 Ford Thunderbird Landau Hardtop

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Ford's Thunderbird showcased extensively updated style for 1964. The "new" Jetbirds displayed smooth edges and more of a squared appearance that the sharp lined 3rd generation ThunderbirdShowcasing the new formal look, the 64-66 Thunderbird were also known as the Flair Birds. When Ford released the Thunderbird, they refered to it as a personal luxury car.In 1964, one could order the Ford Thunderbird as a convertible, a hardtop or this, the Landau Coupe. The Landau version (63B on data tag) sported this exclusive vinyl top with the distinguishing bars. The Landau Coupe was a luxurious version of the Hardtop.The paint shows extremely well. This is a high quality 'Bird.
Originally a vintage burgundy example, this car showcases a professional refinish in brilliant red. The paint and body show exceptionally well throughout.
This beautiful stance is thanks to these striking 15-Inch Thunderbird Wire Wheels with spinners. The tires are GT radials sized at P215/75R15 on all four corners. This T-Bird is also equipped with factory fender skirts.
This proud American car rides on a 113.2 inch wheelbase.





 


1998 Mercedes-Benz 500SL Convertible

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This Mercedes-Benz 500SL Convertible has only accrued 48,747 miles since new. This proud SL is on display in our showroom. The 1996 to 1998 are widely considered the best SL Mercedes ever made. These quality built examples are far from the watered-down Daimler-Chryslers. These examples utilized the much improved 5-speed automatic transmission mated to the high performing quad cam V8 engine.
The SL designation dates back to the days of the 300SL Gullwing Mercedes. The German referred to SL as "Sport Leicht" or "Sport Light." The R129 chassis replaced the long standing R107 SL class in 1989 and was produced until 2002.
This beautiful '98 Mercedes-Benz 500SL Roadster has accumulated only 48, 747 original miles. This is a well maintained, garaged example ready to own, show, and enjoy.
 





 


1946 Ford Super Deluxe Wagon
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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic Woodie, the 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Wagon. A proud Ford indeed, this Woody displays an older, driver quality restoration very well. A beautiful post-war example, it has just been professionally polished and detailed throughout. Take advantage of your opportunity to own a marvelous '46 Ford Woody Wagon.

Offered exclusively in the Super Deluxe line, the '46 Ford Woody found 16,960 buyers. Today, survivors are few, as the wood-based bodies succumbed to the elements at a much higher rate than their steel-bodied counterparts. This is your opportunity to own one of these beautiful post-war examples.
 


1972 Chevy K-5 Blazer

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic K5. Originally a Colorado Rig, this Blazer was fully restored in 2000 to the beautiful truck you see here. It has always been well-maintained and still boasts its original body, flooring, and frame. The truck has been refinished in its original Dark Olive color. The interior has been restored to original specs. The factory 350 c.i. V8 and Turbo Hydramatic transmission has been rebuilt. This Blazer runs and drives excellent and is capable of driving anywhere in the U.S.A comfortably and reliably. It features an array of factory options including four season air conditioning, Cheyenne equipment, and more
Chevrolet introduced a new breed of Chevrolet trucks in 1967. The C/K pickups were considered luxurious and functional, a comfortable truck that could handle the workload. In 1969, Chevy debuted a two-door, short wheelbase, topless version of their truck line coined the "Blazer." Suspension and power train options were shared with their 1/2 ton truck counterparts.
 





 


1933 Chevrolet Bus
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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this very unique vintage 1933 Chevy Bus. This is an original Wayne Works converted Chevrolet Motor Coach that has been restored to an eye-catching Street Rod Party Bus. With a beautifully upgraded interior, paint work, modern amenities and modern drivetrain components, this is the perfect bus for business & pleasure cruises. This Bus is currently on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas. Walk-in visitors and inspections by appointment are welcomed and encouraged. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to call Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.

This original all-steel motor coach body is by Wayne Works in Richmond, Indiana. Wayne Works was one of the earliest school bus manufacturers in America. We have never seen another example of this rare short coach. Very few were produced and even fewer survive today.





 


1966 Replica/Kit Makes Cobra
Dyno @ 608HP

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The LS427 Roadster model by LoneStar Performance features high tech components specifically tailored to meet the demands of a big block powered Cobra replica. From the rigid tubular chassis to the specially prepared Vinyl Ester Resin impregnated body, the LoneStar Cobra is built to drive & enjoy. This is a brutally fast and safe turn-key tribute ready to enjoy. Over 5,000 street driven miles have been logged since its 2001 completion.
This beautiful example has been fitted with a very special engine. This 427FE engine has been stroked to 490 cubic inches. It features a forged rotating assembly and high flowing Edelbrock Aluminuim FE cylinder heads. This is a balanced and blueprinted assembly with paperwork & receipts to back it. This engine features 11.5 to 1 compression and has been dyno tuned. The peak Torque output is 635 @ 4500RPM and peak horsepower output is 608HP @ 5500RPM. This amazing engine is backed by a professionally built Ford C6 automatic transmission.
 





 


1957 Chevrolet BelAir

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The 1957 Chevy BelAir is considered to be one of the best American cars ever. Highly collectible, This Tri-Five Chevy features the power pac 283 4bbl. V8 mated to the Powerglide automatic transmission. We hope you enjoy our presentation. This is your opportunity to own a rolling investment and a piece of American automotive history, the '57 Chevy BelAir!
This quality driver features a recently rebuilt front suspension along with a solid & straight body. The original stainless is intact throughout and the chrome bumpers show well front to back. The glass is in good condition throughout.
The interior features custom two-tone red & black vinyl seating with red piping.
The engine compartment is clean and detailed, housing the strong running 283 4bbl. V8 engine. This "DB" suffix 283 is a factory 4bbl. engine. Charging duties are taken care of by the correct generator. You'll notice the firewall, inner fenders, and cure support are exceptionally clean and detailed. The front end components have been rebuilt and it shows. This engine is dressed with the correct breather, valve covers, and breathes through factory GM manifolds to true dual exhaust pipes with chromed tips. It runs strong and is paired with the optional Powerglide automatic transmission.






1965 Dodge Coronet WO51
Super Stock 426 HEMI


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This amazing Mopar is proudly on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom. We hope you enjoy the colorful story of this '65 Dodge WO51 Super Stock Hemi Coronet. This is a very rare opportunity to own a legendary piece of Hemi Mopar racing history. Only 83 miles have been logged on this legendary machine, a quarter-mile at a time. Parked in 1971, after setting a world speed record in its class two years prior, this Dodge spent decades in Texas barn storage before its 2007 unveiling & rotisserie resurrection by the hardcore Mopar enthusiasts at Pro Classics in Texarkana, Texas to "1965 dealer-delivered showroom stock."

The story of this particular AHRA record-setting factory bred racer begins with a young starry-eyed drag racer in Ohio. In 1964, then 26-year-old Harmon "Harm" Friend worked at the local Ford plant in Lorrain, Ohio. He raced his Corvette Stingray at the Norwalk track on the weekends. More than impressed by the '64 Hemi cars laying waste to his Blue-Oval and Bow-Tie brethren, Harmon decided it was time to step up.

 



 


1959 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Convertible

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The Ninety-Eight was Oldsmobile's beautiful flagship for 1959.
Please enjoy the following video presentation of our remarkable '98 Olds in action.

This '59 Oldsmobile is proudly on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas 75235. This beautiful car features quality paint, chrome, interior, and recent extensive mechanical restoration that includes the engine, transmission, suspension, and more we will highlight for you. This high quality driver has attended "Cruise the Coast" twice, a testament to its reliability.

 



 


1958 Chevrolet Apache Truck
 

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored '58 Chevy Apache. This truck features modern power, an upgraded chassis, and yesterday's looks. Over 75K has been invested in this one of a kind truck. Just over 1,000 miles have been logged on this amazing classic Chevy. Enjoy our presentation and again, you are welcomed and encouraged to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 for further details.

The 1958 Apache received a face lift. The front end was redesigned with four headlamps now instead of two. The grille was also worked over into this tasteful design.

The engine compartment showcases this GM performance crate Ram Jet 350 c.i. fuel-injected V8 mated to a 700-R4 overdrive transmission. Accessories also include Power Steering and Vintage Air Conditioning. On a side note, 1958 would also be the first year of GM factory-available air conditioning.

 





 


1979 MGB Convertible

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The MGB was a true sportscar. Produced from 1962 until 1980, they are an economical, easy to work on, and fun machine to drive. This example showcases strong mechanicals along with nice factory interior, functional gauges, and a clean detailed exterior. The car was repainted approximately 7 years ago and shows very well today. The engine's valves have recently been adjusted and it is running strong

The MGB changed very little over the course of its 20-year lifespan. The main changes were cosmetic and mechanical, to meet stringent U.S. safety and emission standards.

On its introduction, the MGBs 1798 c.c. engine was rated at 100 horsepower. The basic design was kept the same, with parts added over the years to accomodate the above mentioned emissions standards. Parts are readily interchangable among the MGBs. This example features induction by the single Zenith Stromberg carburetor. Earlier models utilized twin SU carburetors.
 





 


1978 Jeep CJ-7 Custom
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From 1954-1984 the Jeep CJ-5 endured a successful production run. Their rugged design, practicality, durability, and curb appeal are strong today. The CJ-7 was introduced in 1976 to much excitement in the 4x4 world. The CJ-7 offered numerous upgrades over the CJ-5 including wider door openings and more leg room for the front and rear passengers. This beautiful CJ-7 showcases several custom features and is finished in brilliant Admiral Blue Metallic painted about 4 years ago.
This CJ-7 Rides on a 93.5-Inch wheelbase and has been fitted with polished 15-Inch M/T wheels wrapped in 31x10.5R15s. Yokohmas Geolander All-Terrain tires.
We were told that this odometer shows original mileage.
The interior features a restored original dash with custom chrome touches as well as upholstery by Besttops.
The tan Soft-Top is by BestTops.
This Jeep features an all-steel body as well as steel doors with full glass.
The front grille assembly and bumper have been chromed.
Under the hood is this potent 304 c.i. V8. This engine features 4bbl. induction atop an aluminum intake and exhaust gases are expelled through ceramic coated headers to free-flowing dual exhaust.





 


1983 Land Rover Series III

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The workhorse Land Rover was produced from 1948 until the mid 80's, a testament to their durability. This solid example features a drivetrain consisting of the strong Stage One 3.5 Liter V8 mated to the 4speed manual transmission. The engine has been rebuilt completely along with the cylinder heads and the clutch was replaced. All of this work was done approximately 200 miles ago. This is a very sound vehicle both structurally and mechanically.
This Land Rover Series III rides on a 109 inch wheelbase. This model was the predeccesor to the Defender.
The chassis is basically a Range Rover setup with constant 4-wheel drive and heavy duty locking hubs. The steel wheels are wrapped in Pirelli Akros Scorpions sized at 205/R15s on all four. In addition to the rolling stock, we have dual spare tires/wheels, one on the hood and one sidemount in the bed.

 



 


1972  Chevelle El Camino SS 454
 

SOLD
 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this well-appointed 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle El Camino Super Sport 454. This car is on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane, only minutes from Dallas, Love Field Airport. We are at the intersection of Harry Hines Blvd. and Mockingbird Lane.

1972 would be the last year of the 3rd generation Chevelle/El Camino body style. A true Super Sport, this car was originally Tan with Antique Light Elk Fabric Interior. It is powered by the correct 3999289 casted 454 c.i. 4bbl. engine and finished in brilliant blue with black interior.

Open the door to 1972. The interior features a host of features including bucket seating, a center console, a tilt steering column, along with the Super Sport exclusive features.

The 1972 model year featured minor styling revisions including single unit side/parking lights and a revised twin bar grille. This was also the 2nd year of the single beam headlight units.
 



 


1957 Porsche 356 Speedster
Carrera Tribute Replica

 

SOLD
 

Built on a '57 VW Beetle chassis, and powered by a 1915cc VW air-cooled engine (approx. 85HP), this car is extremely easy to maintain and utterly reliable. This car is also equipped with a frigid cold under-dash air conditioning system that works great.

These kits retail in excess of $30,000 not including donor parts or assembly. This is a well-optioned example that has accrued only 10,477 miles since completion.
The Carrera model was the top offering in the 356 Porsche in 1957. They were originally powered by a much better 100HP version of the air-cooled 4 cylinder engine.
Today, an authentic Carrera would cost well into 6-figures. This is your opportunity to have all the amazing looks without the high price tag. Also, this car is much more reliable that the original collector examples.
The exterior features sleek lines that are timeless. The doors, engine deck lid, and trunk open and close correctly, with proper alignment.
 




 



1934 Ford 3 Window Street Rod

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is extremely honored to present this custom built 3 window coupe.
Having personally known one of the owners of this great car, we know how well it has been taken care of. This custom car was built buy Archie’s Body Shop of Rhode Island



2000 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe

SOLD


This magnificent automobile is in excellent condition.
Powered by the 8.0 Liter V10, this Viper has accrued approximately 15,928 miles on the odometer. This is a street-driven Viper, adult owned and never abused.
The Viper GTS Coupe was made available in 1996. The Coupe shared design cues with the famous Shelby Daytona Coupes. Carroll Shelby was a figurehead in the design of the original RT/10 and had a hand in the Fixed-Roof-Coupe version of the Viper as well.
Continued evolution, the 2nd generation Viper enjoyed a chassis that was lighter and more rigid along with a number of upgrades and improvements over the Spartan-equipped 1st generation Vipers.
 


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1959 Ford Fairlane Convertible

SOLD
 

Introduced in 1957, the Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner Retractable Hardtop showcased Ford's technology at its best. This example is a 1959, which would be the last year of the Skyliner.
Although it shared its 118-inch wheelbase with standard Fairlane 500 Hardtops, the Skyliner had a lengthened and revised frame with more body mounts.
1959 was the venerable Skyliner's last year of production. The 1959 model year boasted new exterior sheetmetal, and a fresh interior design. They were substantially improved in terms of ride quality, handling, and build quality.
 



 


1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Convertible
 

SOLD
 

Mercedes-Benz 230SL was manufactured from 1963 to 1967. Only 19,831 were made and 11,726 were exported.

The 230 was considered a revolutionary design for the Mercedes-Benz SL line. It was available as a coupe, or this, the grand touring 2-seat roadster.
This example features its well maintained auxillary hardtop.
The black soft top is in very good condition throughout, seldom used.
Open touring allows you to enjoy the Mercedes-Benz 230SL Convertible in its element. This grand touring 230SL Roadster showcased safety refinements featured the use of special zones front to back to aid in the event of a crash.
In 2001, this example was professionally refinished in brilliant red. It was originally a light cream. The front bumper was replaced and any imperfections repaired. The left fender had a ding repaired. The Sikkens finish was applied, color polished and buffed to a shine. Today the paint is still in good condition throughout.
This is a beautiful example that is a pleasure to drive.
 



 


2007 Saturn Sky
 

SOLD
 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully detailed and maintained 2007 Saturn Sky Convertible. This extra clean vehicle has only managed to accumulate about 1,389 miles. It has always been garage kept. This is a non-smoker vehicle complete with the original books & paperwork. IT HAS NEVER BEEN DRIVEN IN THE RAIN EVEN. We also have the original window sticker. This well-appointed Sky sold for $31,143 on the showroom floor at Saturn of Plano here in Texas.

The exterior displays the beautiful factory Onyx black finish in excellent condition throughout. The black convertible top shows and performs as new.
The interior features black leather seating as new. This is a non-smoker vehicle and it smells new. The dash, instrumentation and controls are easily to see and operate.
The trunk is clean and detailed. We have the front license plate mounting bracket and hardware complete in the factory packaging.

 



 


1971 Chevrolet Cheyenne 10
 

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored '71 Chevy Cheyenne truck. This southern example showcases quality paint, interior, and mechanicals. It runs and drives excellent and is ready to show and enjoy.

The 1971 model year continued the successful design introduced in '67 with only minor changes. C10 and K10 were the 1/2 ton models, with the C designation pertaining to 2-wheel drive and the K meaning 4-wheel drive. This is a 1/2 ton 2-wheel drive with the 6 1/2 foot bed.

No longer was the Chevrolet truck series a Spartan, work-oriented line. The 67-72 C-10 Chevrolets showcased improved design and comfort throughout. This is a true Cheyenne Shortwide and is in excellent condition. This Chevy showcases a quality repaint of its factory original colors. This is a southern truck, clearly indicated by the outstanding condition of the paint and underbody.
 



 


1932 Ford 5-Window American Graffiti BEST Tribute Deuce

SOLD

We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to present this beautifully detailed 1932 Ford 5-Window Hot Rod. This car has been built in the fashion of the original '32 Ford driven in the movie American Graffiti by "Milner." This example has been built with authenticity and driveability being the forefront. 1,361 miles have been logged on the build, completed in 2001. The car was signed by Paul LeMat who played the role of John Milner. Countless hours and attention to detail is prevalent throughout this fine Hot Rod Deuce. The car is correct down to the very scarce Man-A-Fre aluminum intake manifold with four 2bbl. Rochester carburetors. This is likely the best replica of Milner's bad to the bone '32 Coupe in existance today. Please read our detailed description carefully and pay attention to the detail in the photos of the car. There was a lot of research that went into this car prior to its build and during.



 


1903 Oldsmobile Surrey Runabout

(Replica Built 1958)
 

SOLD

From 1901 to 1904, the Curved Dash Oldsmobile was the best selling car in the world. It was also the first car badged as an Oldsmobile. The Bliss Company, of Canton, Ohio produced 500 of these high quality all steel replicas in 1958. They were specially built promotional cars. This example was produced for Dyer products, as indicated on its identification plaque.
This Motorcar features tiller steering, wood spoked wheels, and the optional surrey top.
It features working brass lamps and tail lights
One of the 1st automobiles, the Oldsmobile Surrey traversed rough terrain with ease. There are 7 1/2 inches of ground clearance.
 



 


Chevrolet's 1964 Impala Super Sport
 

SOLD

Chevrolet's Impala Super Sport enjoyed continued success in 1964. This example is a very nice southern car that has been beautifully restored throughout.
This example features its original 327 c.i. 4bbl. V8 engine rated at 300 horsepower. As you can see, the engine compartment was restored and detailed with originality in mind.
A very rare feature, this car is equipped with factory cruise control.
The exterior showcases a beautiful Palomar Red Metallic finish. The paint is in excellent condition on this dry climate Impala. You have to look hard to find any imperfections. This is a car that can be driven to the car show and win. It is outstanding.
Super Sport styling cues are prominents. The machine-turned SS exclusive exterior trim is in excellent condition. This is simply a quality example of a 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport.





 


1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air

SOLD


It began with a dream... This 1955 Chevrolet features the best in design and execution. Over $92,000 has been invested in this high quality machine, transforming it into what you see today, not including the meticulous labor. This is a car that handles and rides every bit as good as it looks.Powered comes courtesy of a Chevrolet Gen IV 620 horsepower 496 c.i.d. Cotton Racing Engine mated to a Keisler Engineering Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission.

These polished Billet Aluminum Wheels are by Intro. Pavement Grip is provided by Nitto tire. NT555 Extreme Radials are sized at 225/40ZR17 up front and 275/40ZR17s in the rear. Stopping power is thanks to the high-tech Hydra-Boost braking system. These dual piston calipers press down on 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors.

Underneath this HOT stance is high quality suspension and driveline components throughout. Tubular A-Arms, Heidt's 2-inch drop spindles, polyurethane bushings, anodized high performance front and rear sway bars and coil-over shocks make for superior handling and ride quality. The rear end is a Currie 9-Inch with 3.50 gearing and 31 spline axles.



 


1969 Chevelle Malibu SS396

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 1969 Chevelle SS396. This car was purchased in 2005 by its current owner and lovingly maintained. Approximately $11,800 has been invested in mechanical and cosmetic upkeep during this owner's tenure with verifying paperwork.

This beautiful Super Sport Chevelle is finished in its original shade of Monaco Orange with a white vinyl roof. This is an original code 72 Monaco Orange car. "Monaco Orange" (72) and "Daytona Yellow" (76) are exclusive to the SS cars and will prove a '69 to be a true Sport Sport. This Chevelle was repainted in 2006.
In 2005, the Muncie 4-speed transmission was rebuilt at a cost of $1,373.
Powered by its correct high performance 396 c.i. 4bbl. V8 (casting 3969854) this muscle car sounds and performs excellent. It drives just as good as it looks. This is a turn-key cruiser. Open the door to 1969. Actually the doors, hood, and trunk lid align correctly throughout this SS396.Slide in the bucket seats. The interior features SS396 floor mats along with a replaced factory center console, dash assembly, chrome vent balls, AC Delco headlight switch & knob, seat shelf/jute backing, dome light lens and shift console slider replaced in 2005. The correct upholstery shows very well throughout this Chevelle.





 


1971 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this amazing 1-owner 1971 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible. This car is displayed in our Dallas, Texas showroom. We have paperwork from day one on this outstanding convertible. In addition to the original warranty information, owners manual, and maintenance records, we have the original check for $1,599.89, the total cost in 1971! Manufactured in October of 1970, this car was sold new at Airport Volkswagen in Honolulu, Hawaii and has amazingly had the same owner since.

This Volkswagen was completely disassembled and restored during the 1990s to its present near immaculate condition. A daily driver from 1971 until 1980, the car was kept in outstanding condition. It was put into storage from 1980 to 1991, at that time the restoration work began. The car was put into storage with approximately 96,000 miles on the odometer. Approximately 6,000 trouble-free miles have been logged thus far since this extensive build. This turn-key example drives great and stops straight.
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

SOLD

Crisp body lines and prominent features were evident on the '69 model Impalas. This example showcases a medium blue metallic finish on its straight original body along with a number of features
The 350 cubic inch V8 was factory rated at 255 horsepower. Engine casting number is 3932388 & engine stamping is T0114HV, from our deciphering this is an early 350 c.i.d. 4-bolt V8. The car runs out strong.
This stance is thanks to the factory 15-inch Rally Wheels wrapped in Coker Classic Redline tires sized at P215/75 on all 4 corners.

 





 


1964 Buick Riviera
 

SOLD


The Buick Wildcat 465 is newly rebuilt with less than 250 miles logged. This engine was completely gone through with a Master Rebuild kit. Pistons, seals, and bearings have been replaced. The block was bored .030 over. All gaskets were replaced. The factory exhaust manifolds have been ceramic coated. The 4bbl. carburetor has been rebuilt as well. This Wildcat V8 runs excellent. The ignition system has been upgraded. An MSD 6AL box has been installed along with an Optima Red Top battery. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are clean and detailed on this California car. The original trim identification tag is in place as well.

The custom air ride suspension operates easily and rides excellent, very smooth. The original springs are also included. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas also features a full service classic car center. Inquire for details if you happen to desire the springs installed at an affordable rate
 



 


1955 Chevy Bel Air
SOLD

Designed from scratch, the introduction of the all-new 1955 Chevrolet lineup ushered in a new era for Chevrolet and ensured them a place in American hearts for generations to come. The chassis, the body, and the engine selections were all new. Low and wide were new General Motor's buzz words that factored into development of the '55 Chevrolet. Come visit Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom for your fresh '55 Chevrolet !

The "new" '55 Chevy rode on a 115 inch wheelbase. The 1955 chassis was 18% lighter and 50% stiffer than the previous generation Chevrolet's. The factory 15-inch wheels on this car feature the original hubcaps along with Sears All-State 4-ply 6.70-15 wide whitewall tires
 



 


1938 Chevrolet 5-Window Coupe

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom built 1938 Chevy Coupe. This car features superior driver comfort features as well as a later, reliable Chevrolet drive train, this beautiful street rod was first converted in 1982 in Cornelius, North Carolina. After the initial build was completed, the car was sold in 1988 where it was repainted and other changes were made. The car was then purchased in Florida in 1994 and a complete frame-off restoration was done. The suspension was replaced as was the engine, transmission, interior, paint, glass and the list goes on. In 2004, the engine, rear end, and interior was replaced. The car was color sanded and clear coated in 2006 to its current and beautiful Peterbilt Truck Brilliant Blue.

Chevrolet spent an astonishing $26 million redesigning the 1937 model years. Little changed in the 1938 models. The most distinguishing characteristic of the '38s are a restyled grille and enlarged hood louvers.
 





 


1969 Ford Mustang

SOLD


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful rotisserie restored 1969 Ford Mustang. Ford's '69 Mustang showcased an attractive re-design. The Mustang gained 3.8 inches of length in front of the wheels and the Mach 1 made its debut. Born a 302 powered Mustang Fastback, this car displays Mach 1 graphics. The exterior showcases a brilliant red finish highlighted by quality sheetmetal throughout. The hood is finished in gloss black with matching scoop and rear spoiler.

A rotisserie restored example, this car underwent a recent, extensive overhaul as you can see in the restoration process photos above. We have a CD of the Mustang during various stages of the build. This aggressive stance is courtesy of polished 17-inch Torque Thrust wheels wrapped in high performance Nitto NT555 radial tires.
Mach 1 decals have been added to further accentuate this beautiful design. This is a 302 powered Sportsroof (Fastback) Mustang.
A high performance SSBC front disc braking system provides the stopping force. They consist of these high performance calipers along with cross-drilled & slotted rotors.
 





 


1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible

SOLD


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully detailed '67 Pontiac Firebird convertible. This is a factory black car with black interior and a black top. We have the original protect-o-plate, warranty booklet, and window sticker. This car was sold new at Andy Klein Pontiac in Overland Park, Kansas. The factory V.I.N and cowl trim tags are also in place. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to own a true triple black Firebird convertible ,Out of 82,560 Firebirds produced in 1967, only 15,528 were convertibles.

The Firebird was introduced in 1967 to compete with the Chevrolet Camaro after GM brass vetoed DeLorean's Banshee project. The Firebird was designed from the Camaro's F-body design and the GTO's A-body drivetrain with a different rear end, subframe, split grille front end, six vertical louvers on the rear quarter panels, and louver styled tail lights. Improvements were also made in engine placement, front suspension,
and reinforced rear springs.
 







 



The “Hot Deuce”
Custom 1932 Ford Three-Window Coupe


SOLD


The 1932 Ford has been the hot rodders weapon of choice for decades. 1932 would be the first year of the Ford V8.

This beautiful street rod showcases a high quality Gibbons body atop a polished square tube chassis along with a host of high performance parts to make a tractable and beautiful street machine.

From the highly polished Winter's Quick Change Rear End to the Heidts Super Ride Suspension, this Hot Rod displays the best in form and function.

This stance is thanks to machine polished 18-inch and 20-inch American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels wrapped in B.F. Goodrich G-Force T/A rubber.

Suicide Doors were a feature on the original Three-Window Coupes. Ford offered up two Coupe models in '32, the Three-Window and the Five-Window, both of which became affectionately known as the "Deuce Coupes." These cars were stripped of weight by hot rodders in the 1940s and on.
 



 


1972 Ford Mustang Hardtop Coupe

SOLD

This '72 Mustang was purchased new in Dallas, Texas by a local professor and has remained here since. This is a beautiful one-family owned example. We hope you enjoy our presentation, the exterior showcases all original sheetmetal under one repaint of the original Gold Glow Metallic paint. The paint is in exceptionally good condition as is the white vinyl top with only minor flaws present on close observation, the original door identification decal is in place and the door undersides are solid.

The interior is finished in its correct Ginger Vinyl. The high back seating is complimented by the factory dash and clear, functional instruments. The original Philco AM radio is in place and functional as well. This Mustang is also optioned with air conditioning,
and power steering.
Under the hood is the stock, unmodified 302 2V V8 engine. This powerplant was rated at 210 horsepower. The engine compartment displays beautiful original detail work throughout. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are clean and solid as well.
 



 


2009 Martin Bros. Purple Springer
Custom Motorcycle

SOLD

- Martin Bros handmade gas tank, oil tank, exhaust, rear fender, handlebars, top motor mount/coil cover, battery box, and seat
- Customized Martin Bros. Frame, 2" Forward Stretch with Curved Front Downtubes, Dropped Seat and built in rear fender
- Polished 124 C.I. S&S Motor, Polished 6 Speed Overdrive Transmission, Polished BDL Belt Drive w/ Chrome Clutch Dome and Chrome Starter
- Springer Fork Assembly, Stock Softtail Length, w/ Custom Martin Bros. Front Fork
- Black Powdercoat Daniel Boone Wheels, 18x6 rear, 21x2.15 front, with custom drilled accents and matching polished stainless brake rotors and matching polished aluminum sprocket
- Chrome HHI Brakes
- Black Powdercoat Daniel Boone Forward Controls
- Westbury Cap, Matt Hotch Kickstand, Regina Gold Chain, PM Hand Grips, Nology Coil, Crane Ignition, & S&S Super G Carb
Learn more about the amazing work done on this bike at the Martin Bros. website here- http://martinbrosbikes.com/





 


1940 Ford Deluxe

SOLD


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful classic, the 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe. This car underwent a complete, frame-off restoration beginning approximately 25 years ago. Factory parts were utilized exclusively down to nuts and bolts. The original steel body was chemically dipped to bare metal and refinished in lacquer paint, which today is presentable, but showing it's age. The woodwork has been replaced as well from original patterns. All glass was replaced and etched with the correct Ford logos. It took approximately 11 years to put this vehicle back together to its present condition. The Columbia Overdrive rear end is not original, but was rebuilt and installed. The upholstery is Mohair, by LeBaron Bonney. This beautiful car has been stored and seldom enjoyed.





 


1967 Mercury Cougar XR7
 

$ 27,500.00


This is a wonderful example of a true survivor car. This car was original ordered in Los Angeles, California. It had the same owner for 40 years. The 2nd owner has had the car for approximately 4 years. This car showcases quality cosmetics and mechanicals throughout. It is turn-key and ready to drive, show, and enjoy.

The engine compartment proudly displays this recently tuned 289 c.i. 4bbl. V8 engine. The original engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout, still displaying the original vin stamping. The door identification tag is in place as well. The car has been regularly serviced and driven little. The intake manifold was resurfaced and gasket replaced in 2008. Also the the carburetor was rebuilt in '08 & new shocks were installed. The stabilizer bar bushings have been replaced. Also the headlight switch assembly was replaced in '08.
 



1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible

SOLD

We are proud to present this '72 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible.
The 2nd generation Mercury Cougar was introduced in 1969 with a longer, wider body on the same 111-inch wheelbase. The 1969-73 Mercury Cougars are considered the last of the true Ponycar Cougars. The 1972 Mercury Cougar was certainly a combination of luxury and performance. Out of 53,684 Mercury Cougars produced, this is one of 1,929 XR7 Convertibles.
 



 


1950 Hudson Pacemaker
SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this rare and unique piece of automotive history, the 1950 Hudson Pacemaker.
Vintage 1950 Hudson advertisement's coined the phrase "The New Step-Down Ride" This was due to their low center of gravity and superior handling for the time. We have a number of factory brochures & advertisements that will be included with this Pacemaker.
Powered by its 162 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine donned the POWER DOME, the Pacemaker was rated at 112 horsepower. This example features a recently rebuilt clutch assembly along with replaced transmission bearings and seals. We have receipts to verify the work performed in 2009-10. Also, engine gaskets have been replaced. The fuel pump has been replaced and the motor mounts replaced. We have receipts for extensive front end work, bushing replacement, U-joints, etc. All of this totals over 2,500 spent in 2010.
 


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1964 Cadillac Coupe Deville

SOLD

This beautiful Cadillac Coupe Deville originally came from California and is proudly displayed in our Texas showroom.
The exterior display one repaint of the original light blue metallic finish. This paint was applied in 2006 and shows excellent today on this dry climate Cadillac.
The 1964 Cadillac's showed little exterior styling changes from the 1963 model line-up. Even lower tailfins created a straight-through beltline accentuating length. The tail light housings were also reshaped.

 



1968  Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe

SOLD

This example is powered by a recent professionally built 383 c.i.d. stroked high performance smallblock 4bbl. V8 backed by a 3 speed automatic transmission and stout 12-bolt rear end. Be sure to play the video/sound presentation above. The lowly original 307 is long gone. This engine features aluminum cylinder heads, a high rise aluminum intake manifold, a Holley 4bbl, carburetor, upgraded ignition, and full free flowing exhaust system with ceramic headers and dual pipes (sounds excellent.) We have the air conditioning parts in a box along with the exterior brightwork pieces.


Although the 1967 Chevelle and Malibu rode on a 155-inch wheelbase, the newly designed 1968 models rode on a sporty 112 inch wheelbase. This '68 V8 Malibu Sport Coupe rides on 15-inch Chevrolet Rally Wheels wrapped in B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires. The front tires are 245/60R15s and the rear tires are 275/60R15s.

 



'50 Ford
Classic American Hot Rod
"Flatheads Forever"

SOLD

Meet "Lu-Lu"
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully built custom '50 Ford Coupe. Less than 1,500 miles have been logged on this great 1950 Ford Coupe since complete restoration.

LuLu's ready to cruise. She rides on 15-inch steel wheels with Old-Style Caddy hubcaps. Wide whites are sized at 205/75 all around. Let’s go for a ride
She's got decorative "dummy" Lake Pipes & Spot Lights.
 



 


1984 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Roadster

SOLD


These legendary SL Roadsters remained largely unchanged cosmetically from their introduction in 1970 to the final production year of 1989.
This example showcases original paint throughout along with the original hardtop and black soft top. Always a garaged example, the finish and body show beautifully throughout, with very minor flaws on close inspection. The bright work and trim are in exceptional condition throughout as well.
These SL Roadsters, referred to as the W107 series, rode on a 96.7 inch wheelbase. This example rides on its original 15-inch Alloy wheels wrapped in 205/65R15 series Michelin X One radial tires on all 4 corners.
 







 


2004 Mustang Cobra SVT Convertible

SOLD


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully maintained two-owner example with only 17,636 miles logged. I want to mention first that this Cobra has never seen rain! It has always been garage kept. Produced from 2003-04, these cars feature the best of SVT along with supercharged power. There were 13,776 Cobras manufactured in 2003. In 2004 only 4,664 SVT Cobras were produced. Out of these, 1,896 were convertibles. This is one of 209 Mustang Cobra Convertibles ordered in Redfire Clearcoat in 2004.

The body displays quality original paint throughout. Protective plastic guards the Cobra's aggressive front fascia and hood edge.
This car was ordered with the optional 17 inch 5-Spoke Chrome Wheels. They are wrapped in the original Goodyear Eagle F1 rubber.
We have the original window sticker, confirming this car was to Central Ford in Houston, Texas. Always a Texas car, it is on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom. This is a fully documented, matching number's example. This vehicle is number 1870 of the 1896 Convertible SVT's built in 2004 complete with its SVT paperwork.
 



 


1963 Impala Convertible SS

SOLD

1963 brought continued success to Chevrolet's Impala. Gone was the BelAir Coupe now, and this further increased sales of the ever-popular Impala. We are proud to present this multiple-award-winning example. Over the last ten years, this Super Sport has been featured in a number of hardcover Chevrolet publications such as Great American Convertibles (1999), Collectible Automobile (2001), The Chevrolet Chronicles (2002), Chevrolet Chronicle (2006), and Chevy Classics (2008). This is your opportunity to own an extremely fine '63 Chevy Impala Convertible.

Assembled in Atlanta, Georgia on March 10th, 1963, This Impala was transported to California and purchased new from Selman Chevrolet in Orange, California. The original owner received it as a graduation present from her parents the summer of 1963. She kept this Impala from 1963 until 1981 always keeping it stored inside the garage and out of the weather and elements. The car was relocated to west Texas in 1982 with the original owner and placed in storage. It was then again relocated to Ft. Worth Texas in 1992 and again placed in storage in hopes to someday be restored.



 


1936 Ford Club Cabriolet

SOLD


Ford introduced these bodies of Ford known as model 48s in 1935. The popular V8 engine was made standard, no longer could you get the Model A's 4 cylinder engine. You are viewing a beautifully restored example powered by a Chevrolet crate engine dressed in vintage chrome. With reliable features such as power front disc brakes, Mustang II suspension, a TH350 automatic transmission and a Ford 9" rear end with 3.25 gears, this is such a please to cruise in, The detailed frame-off restoration of this amazing Ford was completed in 1996 and has been driven very little since. The Club Cabriolet 4 seat convertible is rather rare today. There were only 4616 of these fine cars produced in 1936. Modified, yet not molested, you have an original looking car with modern conveniences.

1936 would be the first year Ford utilized pressed steel wheels in favor of wire wheels. This example features beautifully restored wheels wrapped in whitewall radial tires sized at 225/75/R15 on all four corners.
 



 


1950 Ford Custom 2-Door Sedan

SOLD
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully detailed 1950 Ford Custom 2-Door Sedan. This car is motivated by the famous Flathead V8 along with the 3-Speed Manual Transmission & Overdrive. It is equipped with driver comfort features such as modern air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes. Also, the charging system has been converted to 12 volts. Turn-key and ready to enjoy, this is a stylish example that will bring years on years of classic Ford enjoyment. We hope you enjoy our presentation
 

 



 

1968 Oldsmobile 442
SOLD

Close inspection of the exterior will reveal a number of paint chips and touch-up on a solid body. The metallic blue finish is complimented by metallic silver. This is a professional base/clearcoat finish that is in good condition throughout with exception of imperfections such as chips. Please look closely
through our detailed photographs

The interior has been custom refinished in aftermarket gray cloth & blue vinyl. The upholstery is in good condition, complimented by factory gauges and a clean dash pad.
This car can be enjoyed as it is, or restored to original



 


1966 Ford Mustang

SOLD

2+2 Fastback
Out of over 600,000 Mustangs produced in 1966, only 35,698 fastbacks were made. Enjoy the driving videos below
This example showcases an older repaint of its original Springtime Yellow finish. Close inspection will reveal a number of paint flaws on this exceptionally straight Mustang.
This honest example is a turn-key driver ready to enjoy.
The interior features factory bucket seating along with a lighted center console, AM radio, and air conditioning.


 




1970 Plymouth 340 Duster

SOLD

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this classic American Muscle Car, Plymouth's 1973 Duster with a rev happy 340 cube V8 and a slew of options.
This Duster is on display in our showroom. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, Texas 75235. This is your opportunity to own a largely original and well optioned '73 Plymouth 340 Duster.
Under the hood sits the factory optioned "H" code 240 horsepower 4bbl. V8 mated to the TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
This is a Plymouth Duster "Special" 2-Door Sports Hardtop.

 

The engine compartment is clean and detailed, showcasing a beautiful original firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The 340 runs strong and the transmission shifts as it should. Under the hood, you'll see this is a quality example that retains its originality with proper care and upkeep over the years. The 340 cubic inch V8 has never been overbored. This engine is equipped with a mild performance cam, new carburetor, new intake manifold, and Mopar performance valve covers. The belts and hoses have been replaced. This is a nicely maintained and dressed up example that has been adult owned and not hot rodder. The car was last purchased in 2001 in Glendale, Arizona and driven here to Dallas, Texas where it has remained in dry climate conditions and garage kept. The battery has just been replaced as well.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

SOLD

This classic '66 Mustang Convertible features the correct Candy Apple Red finish in good condition throughout.

The interior showcases upgraded Pony interior. This has always been a red on red example and is a great 'lil driver.
The dash features the original instrumentation along with an upgraded JVC cassette stereo system.
This is a factory equipped 3-speed manual Mustang, confirmed by its door tag.
The original door tag is in place.
Under the hood is the correct inline 6 cylinder engine. This 200 I-6 features a recent tune-up including replaced fuel pump, spark plugs & wires along with recent radiator hoses and clamps. It runs smooth and the original 3-speed manual transmission shifts as it should.
 





 


1932 Chevrolet Confederate BA
Deluxe Roadster


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Chevrolet's 1932 Confederate BA featured one-hundred seventeen styling and engine improvements over the 1931 model year. The 1932 Confederate Sports Roadster is often considered one of the finest Chevrolet's ever produced. This time capsule example showcases all of the original features along with a stunning original steel body, running boards, and fenders. This is your opportunity to own a quality example of one of the most famous Pre-War Cabriolets.
Although Ford newly introduced 1932 models stole most of the headlines, Chevrolet's vehicle exceeded it in form and function, partially thanks to Ford's new "V8" bugs to work out. In the face of V8 competition from Ford, Chevrolet came out number 1 this year. Sales further confirm the public's embrace of the new Chevrolets. Chevrolet outsold Ford by approximately 100,000 units in 1932 to post the only profit by a GM division during this historically difficult year for automotive manufacturers. Chevrolet's introduction of the "new" 1932 Confederate BA series with its sleek hood and flowing fenders found much favoritism among automobile enthusiasts. Today, the 1932 Confederate Roadster is widely considered one of the most attractive cars of the Classic-Era.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

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This car was originally ordered with the 3 speed manual transmission, it has been upgraded with this 4-speed transmission. This is a very good driving and running example. Be sure to play our video/sound clip located at the beginning of this presentation.
In March 1966, the one millionth Mustang rolled across the Dearborn assembly line in Michigan. 1966 was a banner year for the Ford Mustang and often considered one of the best years. These styled steel wheels were "new" for 1966. These are wrapped in modern P195/75R14 series Mohawk Montega A/S radial tires.
The exterior presents a quality red finish with a number of chip touch-ups and minor imperfections on close inspection. The paint displays an excellent gloss, it was recently professionally polished and waxed.



2004 Chevrolet SSR

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful '04 SSR Roadster Pickup. Finished in Slingshot Yellow, this SSR showcases a host of factory options and equipment. This is a pampered, garaged, 1-owner example with approximately 25,000 miles logged thus far. With all of the equipment, this MSRP of this SSR was just shy of $48,000. We have the original books & manuals to this non-smoke example as well.
Proudly displayed in our showroom, this SSR is ready to own, pamper, and enjoy. We are located at 1912 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, Texas 75235 and we love yellow!
 



1957 Pontiac Star Chief

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this rare '57 Pontiac Star Chief 2-door hardtop, between 1954 and 1957; the Star Chief was Pontiac's prestigious car.

The chrome star trim easily identifies this top of the line Pontiac. This car showcases all of its original brightwork still in place. The paint is driver quality at best, a number of flaws and imperfections are present, and however the body is straight, showcasing the dry climate Pontiac very well.
 



 


1958 Cadillac Coupe Deville


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This is your opportunity to own an exceptionally solid '58 Cadillac Coupe Deville Hardtop, 1958 sales were at their lowest production numbers since 1954, but styling was in full stride, the '58 model year showcased a full facelift that included a new grille design along with brightwork refinements.
This Texas solid example features a polished Ebony Black Exterior
 (not the original color) with a Silver top.


Close inspection of the exterior will confirm an overall very straight body with correct panel alignment. The black repaint shows well with only minor flaws present on close observation. This is obviously a dry climate example and its condition reflects this.
 



 


1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible

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The 1961 Lincoln Continental was a fresh design, aimed to turn around the Lincoln division, which it certainly had a hand in. Not only was it the beginning of increased sales for Lincoln, but it brought a fresh prestige to the marquee.
These crisp, straight lines and straight styling was Elwood Engels major accomplishment. He was responsible for the complete design of the car.

There were only 2,857 of these 4-door Lincoln Continental Convertibles built in 1961.

This example is finished in its correct Honey Beige color. The paint is older and has a number of imperfections on close inspection. This is a driver quality car that you can drive now and enjoy. It is mechanically and structurally sound. This is a dry climate example.
 



 


1973 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this '73 Corvette Stingray Convertible.
1973 Would be the last year of the iconic chrome bumpers on the Corvette.
The exterior showcases a bright yellow finish complimented by a black convertible top. We have the auxiliary hardtop as well, complete and painted yellow to match.
The interior features the factory deluxe package, consisting of black leather seating and specially trimmed door panels.
The dash is straight and clean, still showcasing original gauges throughout. The original tachometer is not working, although the speedometer, clock, and oil pressure gauges are working. The factory radio was removed and a Kenwood Sirius ready CD/MP3 stereo head unit professionally installed.
 


 



1966 Chevrolet Chevelle

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is privileged to present this 1967, 1000 horsepower, Chevy Chevelle Malibu

 

This Chevelle showcases top quality mechanical engineering. The monstrous 588 cubic inch Supercharged V8 engine has approximately $30,000 invested in it alone. This is a street-driven vehicle producing in excess of 1,000 horsepower on 93 octane gasoline.



 


1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible

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The 1968 Camaro body is often considered the sleekest of the first generation Camaros. 1968 Saw the elimination of vent windows and very crisp, streamlined styling with wider wheels, new front & rear marker lights and sporty Strato bucket seats.

A well optioned example, this car is equipped with upgraded air conditioning, power windows, power steering, a power top, and power front disc brakes. Built in January 1968, this car was ordered with standard black bucket seats and a very unusual special order paint code (unknown) displayed on the trim tag. This is a driver's car with over $3,000 recently invested in its mechanical reliability. Various bushings were replaced along with an electrical inspection, various gasket replacements, and more. We have verifying receipts for the work performed.



1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

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This '72 features a powerful 383 cubic inch V8 along with quality paint & body.
Showcasing a body off the frame restoration, this '72 Chevelle was built to move & show. Original a 350 2bbl. V8 car, this Chevelle carries Super Sport badging and performance equipment throughout.

Power is courtesy of this professionally built 383 cube V8. A Holley 4bbl. carburetor feeds the fuel/air through an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake manifold. The ignition is upgraded and fitted with an MSD 6AL ignition box as well. Exhaust gases are expelled through header pipes to true duals with chrome turn-down tips. This turn-key Chevelle runs and sounds excellent

 



 


1976 Triumph TR-6

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The Triumph TR-6 was introduced in 1969 as a replacement to the TR5/TR250. The TR6 became the most popular model and more of these were produced than any other, eventually being replaced by the TR7.

The engine is the 152 cubic inch 6 cylinder, fed by dual Stromberg carburetors.
Close inspection of the exterior's metallic cherry finish will reveal a straight and clean driver-quality paint job with a number of minor flaws on close observation. The body is straight throughout.


 





 


1967 Pontiac GTO

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this remarkable 1967 Pontiac GTO hardtop. Over the course of an extensive 4-year rotisserie restoration, this GTO was transformed into an absolutely beautiful show quality example showcasing top quality craftsmanship and components throughout. Completed this year, we have extensive photo documentation of the restoration as well as a categorized three-ring binder of detailed receipts totaling in excess of $189,000 spent on this one of a kind professionally built '67 GTO.

Power is courtesy of Butler Performance Engines. This 461 cubic inch powerhouse is dyno-tuned @ 475 Horsepower & 525 ft-lbs of Torque.

The custom interior features top quality leather and fabrication work throughout. Tasteful brushed aluminum compliments the factory interior configuration quite well.

This is truly "One of One." The His and Her's Shifter works a high performance TCI TH400 Automatic Transmission.



 


1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


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The original Stingray Corvette was unveiled to the public with much fanfare. Today, the body and style is still a master work of art. This example boasts $7,200 in recent mechanical work by a local, Dallas, Texas performance shop, with receipts. This includes a rebuilt braking system along with new tie rod ends and suspension bushings. This is a turn-key example ready to enjoy. This is one of only 2,621 Corvettes equipped with the Powerglide automatic transmission in 1963


 



 


1932 Ford Three Window Coupe

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Much time and attention to detail has been spent to create this beautiful street rod.
High Quality paint and mechanicals are on display throughout this boulevard cruiser. Just over 7,500 miles have been logged on this beautiful car.
The full fendered 'glass body is by Hastings. She rides on an original '32 Ford frame that has been fully boxed and detailed. The frame features a Model A front member & tubular dynamics X member along with components by Pete & Jakes. Stainless Steel Bolts & Fasteners were used exclusively in the build of this Deuce. Also, this car is titled as a 1932 Ford.
 



 


1966 Ford Mustang Coupe
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High Performance Street & Show Circuit Ready

With the increasing popularity of Rest-Mods in mind, this 1966 Coupe was transformed to the next level. This Amazing Steed began its life as a dry climate Dallas, Texas ordered car. This Mustang displays original sheet metal throughout. Just over 3,000 miles have been logged on this complete restoration. This classic '66 Mustang features modern performance and yesterday's timeless looks in one beautiful package. We have tens of thousands in receipts documenting this extensive restoration. Enjoy our presentation and again feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 for further details.

 


 



1965 Replica/Kit Makes Cobra 4-Speed

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This 1965 Shelby Cobra Replica

Built on a '96 Ford Mustang chassis, this car features a quality Shell Valley Body. The body fits correctly throughout. There is some minor chip touch-up on the edge of the drivers side door upon close inspection.
Power is courtesy of a reliable, street-performance oriented 350 c.i.d. Chevrolet V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Vintage S&W gauges monitor the engines vitals. Theses gauges include a 160 mph speedometer & 8,000 rpm tachometer.
This Cobra is easy to drive and handles good.
 



 



 


1982 Chevrolet Corvette

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18,495 Original Miles
Heavily Documented, One Dallas, Texas Owner
PURCHASED NEW AT FRIENDLY CHEVROLET IN DALLAS, TEXAS

This beautiful un-restored original '82 Corvette is on display in our Dallas, Texas showroom, Original Aluminum Alloys Wheels & The Original Goodyear Tires. These tires were cutting edge technology in 1982. WOW.. This Corvette has always been garage kept. Amazing Original Interior, All Original Engine / Transmission / Rear End / Under hood components except battery / NUMBERS MATCHING, Collector Quality Original Corvette
1982 would be the last of the C3 Shark Body Style. This example showcases original paint throughout. The doors and hood are aligned correctly. This is a no-hit original Corvette.
 



 


1969 Chevrolet Camaro
 

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This is your opportunity to own a high quality '69 Camaro. This example showcases an extensive 2-year cosmetic and mechanical restoration a solid, dry climate Camaro.

Completed in September of 2007, this Texas solid Camaro has been restored to a high standard. This car also has its original warranty booklet, protect-o-plate, and manual. Although not originally a factory Super Sport car, this example is equipped with all of the SS equipment, a professionally built high performance 400 cubic inch V8 engine, driver comfort features, and more.

 




 


2008 CORVETTE

Limited Edition 427 Z06 LS7 V-8


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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is extremely proud to present this awesome piece of American engineering. 

Detroit announced this special edition for 2008, which ran it’s buyers $13,000.00  more than the mass produced Z06. If you wanted the navigation system it was another $1750.

There were 505 of these cars built, not coincidently the horsepower of the cars, and only 427 of them for the North American market, which just happens to be the cubic inches of the engine.


 


1957 Jaguar XK SS Re-Creation D-Type

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This stunning Sports Car design, the Jaguar XK-SS was based on the racing D-type Jaguar We spent the day cruising through downtown Dallas, Texas to show off the road manners of this superb automobile.
Homage to Jaguar's racing history, the XK-SS was a full road-going machine. This re-creation was painstakingly assembled in the fashion of the original XK SS cars. Completed in 2005, this body was based on a mold taken from one of the original 16 XK-SS cars. There are less than 100 XK-SS re-creations & original cars combined worldwide.
 



 


1957 Chevrolet Bel Air


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Nomad Wagon
1957 would be the last year of the Nomad Sport Wagon. This model was the least produced with only 6,534 produced.
The '57 Nomad wagon's trim was interchangeable with the BelAir Sport Coupe models.
This beautiful example showcases quality paint, trim, and interior. It is powered by a 400 c.i.d. 4bbl. V8 engine and equipped with Power Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, and Air Conditioning.


 

 

    1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Official Pace Car 

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Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful '69 Chevy Camaro Pace Car convertible. This car sports its original 300 horsepower 350 cubic inch engine along with a host of factory options. This example was frame-off restored in 2003. It has accrued approximately 2,500 miles since the restoration.

 This car is originally from Arizona.

Out of a total of 243,085 Camaros built in 1969, 37,773 were optioned with the Rally Sport package. Only 34,932 were equipped with the Super Sport package. Only a total of 3,675 Camaros were optioned with the Z11 Pace car option. All Norwood built Pace Cars carried the Z11 code on the cowl tag. Another interesting fact is the actual race prepared Pace Cars were built at the same Norwood plant. Some of the actual pilot cars whereabouts are unknown to this day. There is no official list of the actual race cars that exist. It is generally accepted that 3,675 dealer replica Pace Cars were built.
 

 

 



1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS


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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this quality restored 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions.

The engine compartment features a high performance 396 c.i. engine. This big block V8 features a Holley 4bbl. Carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake and an upgraded exhaust system including headers. It is completely detailed and dressed in factory chrome. The original cowl tag is also in place.

 


 



1985 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe

$
9,500.00
 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this outstanding '85 Cadillac Eldorado.

Finished in Charcoal Metallic, and complimented by the quality bright work, this Cadillac is a sure crowd pleaser.

The exterior displays lustrous base/clear coat paint throughout. The glass is in excellent condition as is the body. This is a garage-kept example and it is evident in the condition of the paint, interior, and undercarriage. The exterior showcases one repaint, professionally done.
Open the door to true American luxury...
 



 



1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

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The Corvette Stingray of 1969 featured a host of improvement over the introductory '68 model of the 3rd generation Corvette.

The engine compartment proudly displays the 427 cubic inch V8. This is a '69 Corvette block, correct for this car (1969 Corvette 4-speed backed 390HP), but not its VIN matching engine, this well optioned Corvette features power steering, power brakes, and air conditioning, notice that all of the ignition shielding is in place as well as braided steel plug wires. Factory exhaust manifolds are used as well.

 


 




1969 Buick Electra 225 4-Door Hardtop

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this low-mileage '69 Buick Electra 225.

This car displays very well throughout, showcasing a beautiful original interior and all original sheet metal.

This car rides, drives, and handles beautifully. The air conditioning blows cold. The power windows all work. This is a car that is ready to get in and enjoy today.

Only 53,377 miles have been logged on this car. It was purchased from the original Texas owners.
 



 


1978 Chevrolet Corvette

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Silver Anniversary (25 years of the Corvette!)
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful & very original 1978 Chevy Corvette 25th Anniversary Edition.
The Silver Anniversary Edition consisted of this special 2-tone finish and Anniversary Badging. Its sister car, the Pace Car Edition, featured additional front and rear spoilers and a Pace Car decal set. Today, both the Silver Anniversary & Pace Car Corvettes are desirable collector’s items.
This example is turn-key. It runs and drives excellent. The 66,165 miles are believed original to this car. Its condition certainly reflects this.
 



 


1933 Plymouth Deluxe PD Coupe

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Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this Multiple Award Winner. This 1933 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe is a beautiful show car. Meet “Ruby"
The factory coined the '33 Plymouth Coupe the "PD Deluxe Six" Ruby has won over 100 major awards in the southwest. We have receipts totaling over $18,000 for upgrades performed in her recent history.

 





 



2004 Ferrari 360 Spider - Rosso Corsa Red

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Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is very proud to present this low mileage 360 Spider Pininfarina.

The Ferrari 360 is a mid-engine midsize two-seater sports car produced from late 1999 until 2005. The 360 replaced the Ferrari F355 and was itself replaced by the fairly similar Ferrari F430.

For the 360, Ferrari partnered with Alcoa to produce an entirely new all-aluminum space-frame chassis that was 40% stiffer than the 355, yet 28% lighter despite a 10% increase in overall dimensions. Along with the new frame was a new Pininfarina body styling that broke ranks with the last decade's sharp angles and flip-up headlights, replacing them with a rounded appearance that harkened to the 1960s.

 



 


1965 Chrysler Imperial Crown Convertible

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1 of 633 built, this is your opportunity to own a beautiful example of Chrysler's top offering for 1965, The Imperial Crown Convertible. A collector quality example, this is a fine automobile in superb condition. This is a car that runs, drive, and shows very well.
At a substantial cost of $6,105, customers opted for only 633 of these special convertibles in 1965.
 



1968 Dodge Charger

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General Lee that is!
A turn-key cruiser and a proven crowd pleaser', this '68 Dodge Charger features a performance built '70 big block 440 along with the famed General Lee paint scheme.
Close inspection of the exterior will reveal a straight, detailed body with good paint throughout. The chrome work is showing its age in places, giving the General even more character! Get out of the way, or face this custom push-grille.

The engine compartment features this strong running 440 cube 4bbl. V8. This is a 1970 block. Induction is courtesy of an Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor atop the Iron 440 intake manifold. Full length h