1966 Ford F-100
This classic '66 Ford F100 regular cab pickup truck is a good solid driver with some knicks and chips but overall very attractive. The exterior showcases factory a classic two-tone paint configuration of yellow & white. The body is exceptionally solid, although the paint definitely has some chips, bumps and bruises (photographed). All in all in spite of the cosmetics, the truck is a good truck. The interior is in good shape. The seat upholstery shows well as does the dash, door panels and cab. Under the hood is the factory 240 cubic inch inline-6 engine, paired with the factory automatic transmission. This truck is also optioned with air conditioning and power steering. The firewall, inner fenders and core support sheet metal is in very good condition as well. All in all, the undercarriage is very solid. There is some surface rust, but nothing structural.
1957 Ford Thunderbird
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this well documented & stunning 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible in correct Raven Black (A) with Red Interior (XH). Incredibly, this T-Bird has its original window sticker. It displays an older quality complete restoration.This is believed to have always been a no-hit car. It is an absolute pleasure to drive and just gorgeous. We also have many extra parts (inquire). This beautiful & well-optioned T-Bird is very interesting. We have the original window sticker detailing the features and pricing. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos. Be sure to visit this great museum if you are in the Dallas, Texas area. The paint was restored in its factory color of Raven Black. There are some chips and minor imperfections on an otherwise straight and very attractive '57 Thunderbird. The interior features the correct red vinyl (XH) upholstery along with the power-operated 4-way seat & power windows. An AM/FM cassette stereo resides in the factory dash. The car was originally equipped with the signal-seeking Town & Country stereo.
1965 Ford Mustang
Having spent many years in an old building in Texas, our seller resurrected this 64 1/2 and gave it life again. The owner did all of the required work to get the car running properly, the car is ready for someone to give it a good home. Open the doors to 1965. The interior is in good condition. The original trim identification plate is in place and legible. The engine compartment displays the 260 V8 along with original sheet metal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. The floors could use some work, but in general the car is pretty solid.
1970 Oldsmobile 442
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic real-deal 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Sport Coupe. This car is equipped with the factory 455 4bbl. V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The blue metallic paint is in good condition along with the back vinyl top. There are some paint chips and flaws photographed. As always we would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for their unique backgrounds used in many of our photos. The Ram Air hood is paired with a fully functional Ram Air breather system.
Under the hood is the factory 455 along with power
steering, air conditioning, and power brakes. The
original trim identification plate is also in place.
The firewall, inner fenders and core support sheet
metal is intact and in very good condition front to
1980 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this unique 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser Right Hand Drive SUV. This diesel-powered rig is a ton of fun to drive and is in great shape. It is located here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom, ready for a new owner to drive and enjoy it. Be sure to check out the special video of this classic BJ40 in action. The exterior displays the all original body in exceptional condition. We believe the paint is original throughout this Land Cruiser and in very good condition, just showing some evidence of its 35+ year old age in places.
This is the Right Hand Drive import model, legal
here in the United States as well. The paint is a
bit oxidized, but you can see there is no visible
rust. Under the hood assembly is the stout and
reliable 4 cylinder diesel engine.
1999 Pontiac Trans Am
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this limited production 1999 Pontiac Trans Am 30th Anniversary Edition. There were 1600 produced in total with 1065 of them being T-Top Coupes. These cars came standard with the WS6 Performance & Handling Package along with special wheels, interior & Arctic White paint. Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this soon to be classic 1999 Pontiac Trans Am 30th Anniversary edition were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars' of Dallas showroom is located only moments away.
1969 Chevrolet Corvette
Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this
beautiful 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. This car
features a recently installed GM crate ZZ427/480HP
engine along with extensive maintenance done over
the years. Recent work includes the following ;
rebuilt transmission, replaced flywheel, power
steering pump, and battery. The radiator was also
replaced. This is a great car to drive and show. Fly
Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this American
Sports Car were taken at the Dallas Love Field
Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our
friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in
Dallas, Texas. The stinger hood harkens back to the 1967 StingRay
427's classic design. The exterior is finished in
the correct Lemans Blue finish. The paint shows
excellent. This refinish was completed in recent
history and is beautiful. The body fit and finish is
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle 454
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this attractive 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle. This car features custom Cyber Gray base/clearcoat metallic paint over its straight and true body. Silver Super Sport stripes and full SS trim adorns the car. Chromed 15-Inch Rally Wheels are fitted with raised white letter tires all around for that classic muscle car look. This is a car that can be driven to the coffee shop or the car shows. As always, we would like to thank our friends at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for allowing us to photograph classic rides at their historic museum. Be sure to visit them if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.
1928 Ford Model T Hot Rod Rodster
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this unique hot rod. This All-steel bodied '28 Ford features a stout 350 4bbl. V8 behind a 4-speed tranny. The body is finished in satin black front to back with hand pinstriping. The traditional hot rod flair and stance is asthetically pleasuring the eye. The chromed headers sound great. The engine has been dressed with finned aluminum valve covers. The two shifters are a little old school. The small one needs to be forward when shifting through the normal gears, and when you stop to go into reverse, you just pull the small shifter back for reverse.
1975 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this collector quality 1975 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 Coupe. This car displays a beautiful correct color combination of Cameo white and red interior. It is in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically. Power comes in the form of the stock 400 cubic inch 4bbl. V8 paired with the automatic transmission. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photographs of this classic '75 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. There were 27,292 Pontiac Trans Ams produced in 1975, and only 13,670 Formula Firebirds. The interior is in great shape, correct throughout. The vinyl upholstery shows well as do the door panels, dash, gauges, and carpeting. The center console is clean and in great shape too.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1967 Chevy Camaro. This attractive 1967 Chevrolet features a stout 350 cubic inch V8 along with the 12-bolt multi-leaf rear end / differential. it wears full Super Sport badging throughout and is a Los Angeles built example. We don't have extensive history on the car, it was originally Bolero Red according to the trim plate. Today is wears a beautiful blue metallic with white Super Sport stripes. The paint is an attractive driver quality job with a few flaws on close inspection. Please look through our detailed presentation and be sure to play the special video tour and test drive. Fly Low or Fly High, many of our photos of this classic 1st year Camaro
were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of
Flight, located only minutes from our showroom. Be
sure to visit our friends at the historic Flight
Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The
exterior was redone in a blue metallic with white
stripes. According to the trim tag the car was
originally Bolero Red.
1972 Triumph TR 6
Texas Classic Cars is proud to showcase this nicely restored and maintained 1972 Triumph TR-6. This car received a professional refinish of the correct Signal Red color in acrylic urethane. The brake master cylinder & clutch master cylinder has been replaced. The rear brakes are new. The fuel pump & fuel pressure regulator have been replaced. The engine has been professionally tuned. The timing chain and sprockets have been replaced. The exhaust manifold gasket & valve cover gaskets were replaced. The oil pan gasket was replaced. The distributor received new points/condensor. The plugs and wires have been replaced along with the battery. The Stromberg carburetors have been rebuilt. An electric fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator were installed. The battery has been replaced along with the tires. The fuel tank has been removed, cleaned, and sealed. There is a ton of additional work that has been performed as well.
1967 Ford Mustang
Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this custom 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Mustang for 1967 enjoyed a complete restyle with a wider, low appearance. Vertical tail lights appeared while the front grille and side scoops were redesigned. This car has been restored in its correct Vintage Burgundy color and white Shelby-style stripes have been added along with custom 16" aluminum alloy wheels.
The paint and body is in good condition. There are
some paint flaws and chip touch-ups. The bumper
chrome is worn on the lower edges, front and rear.
The driver's mirror is also pitted. The tires are
older on this car and some some dry cracking. I
would recommend replacing all of them in the near
future. The tires are sized front to back at
225/50R16s & 205/55R16s The interior is largely
stock. The upholstery has been restored in an
attractive 2-tone configuration while the dash and
gauges are correct and in great shape.
1930 Ford Model A
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Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this
nice 1930 Ford Model A Pickup Truck, The 1930 Ford
Model A pickup (82-B) was a popular style because it
combined the comfort of Fords main sedan with truck
usability. Today that diverse spirit lives in this
exceptionally well restored example that would be an
attraction at any vintage car show, truck show, or
even parade. The green paint looks great with the
black fenders. This glossy paint job looks very
period correct, and while it looks like a subtle
two-tone indoors, the green shines nicely in the
sunlight. But the real standout opposing hue comes
from the wooden bed. We like this look on a Model A
because it boldly showcases the older style
craftsmanship that came on the earlier vehicles.
While the pickup was one of the most utilitarian of
the Model As, it did come with the fender-mounted
spare wire wheel, which was usually reserved for the
Deluxe models. Given the massive resources out there
for restoring a Model A, it’s no surprise that this
one fits together well with doors that close snugly
and a nicely aligned hood.
1964 Chevrolet Impala
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1964 Chevrolet Impala convertible. This car was recently underwent an extensive cosmetic and mechanical restoration. A 2-owner dry climate car, it was brought down to bare metal and refinished in the correct Palomar Red color while the interior is also correct. The engine was rebuilt, balanced & blueprinted with less than 1,500 miles logged thus far. This is an Impala that is an absolute pleasure to drive and will do well at car shows locally and at larger regional events.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is
the fitting location for many of our photos of this
classic '64 Impala. Be sure to visit our friends at
the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in
Dallas, Texas. The exterior showcases the recent
professional paint job (from bare metal) staying
with the correct Palomar Red.
The paint and body are in excellent condition as is
the brightwork throughout this Impala.
1968 Chevy C-10
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this classic 1968 Chevrolet C10 Custom Cab pickup truck. This truck has been through a recent extensive restoration in mechanicals and cosmetics, A special truck, she retains the vintage feel of yesterday and the Patina look that everyone is crazy about these days. Mechanically, you've got the freshly rebuilt original small block Chevrolet 307 V8 engine, along with modern air conditioning. The interior has been restored, and the exterior has been polished out and preserved in a beautiful patina that only mother nature and a little elbow grease could create.
This truck will take you back in time in many ways.
The body is solid. There is some minor rocker panel
rust photographed, but the old truck is altogether
solid and straight.
1982 Chevrolet S-10 Pro-Street
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this one-off professionally built '82 Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck. This Hot Rod Power Tour ready machine features a street performance supercharged smallblock 350 V8 paired with a Powerglide automatic transmission. This is a very docile truck to drive and goes straight when you put your foot in it, just very well sorted-out. Fly Low or Fly High, be sure and visit the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Many of our photos are taken at the historic Flight Museum. The engine compartment displays the professionally built 383 Stroker,
supercharged with twin Demon carburetors. The engine
was built around 1990 by Monster truck Hall Of Famer
Jeff Dane. The truck has never been raced and has
less than 2000 miles since the build according to
Dane. Exhaust gases are expelled through full length
headers to mufflers with chromed turn-outs in front
of the massive rear wheels/tires.
1970 Chevelle SS 454
Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic 1970 Chevelle SS were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas showroom floor. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The exterior displays a classic Cranberry Red finish with black Super Sport stripes. This car was originally Astro Blue according to the trim identification plate (code 25). This car is believed to have always been a Super Sport 454, it has all of the correct attributes such as the boxed control arms, 12-bolt differential, SS badging and equipment throughout. The paint and body are in good condition. This is a driver quality base/clearcoat finish. The body is straight front to back. Under the hood is the non-matching 454 cubic inch V8. This mill is conservatively rated at 325 horsepower. It was previously rebuilt and a mild performance cam installed. Further inspection of the engine will reveal a number of additions/upgrades such as a Mallory distributor, header exhaust system, Edelbrock
aluminum intake and updated carburetor. The correct
cowl induction breather assembly is intact along
with the fresh air hood.
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning 1965 Ford Mustang fastback. Much professional time and expense has went into this special Mustang. From the brilliant red base/clearcoat
finish to the beautiful contoured bucket seating,
this is a true driver's car and is just a pleasure
to experience both visually and behind the wheel. We
hope you enjoy our presentation. Be sure to play the
video above. The exterior showcases an excellent
body and paint throughout. There have been a number
of Shelby-inspired additions including the white
racing stripes, GT350 rocker stripes, and
lightweight hood with hood pins.
2004 Maserati Cabiocorsa
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful 2004 Maserati Cambiocorsa Coupe finished in original Blue Sebring metallic with contrasting Bordeaux (wine) interior. This is an adult-owned and maintained 3-owner example with a clean carfax. This Maserati was sold new in California and has always been garage-kept. Today, this car is on display and for sale here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas showroom in Dallas, Texas. For those of you who are familiar with Maserati and other high end exotics, , the push buttons on the console have a tendency to get sticky. There is a company in Waldorf, Maryland called Sticky No More. They have a process to take existing buttons that have started to literally turn sticky, and redo them. This Maserati has had the console buttons redone. They are like new and should never need reconditioning. This process cost our seller $1200. The interior is in excellent condition throughout. The Bordeaux interior is the perfect compliment to the special Sebring metallic blue. You'll note some bolster wear and color wear, see the photo above, this is not a new car, but in excellent shape.
1970 Oldmobile Toronado GT
The 1970 Toronado GT showcased the last year of this iconic flowing bodystyle. It is hard to get a Toronado confused with another car. Just this spring March 2016) over $5,100 was spent on various mechanical maintenance on this Toronado with verifying receipts. This example showcases a repaint of the correct Regency Red metallic finish front to back. The vinyl top is in excellent condition and the paint shows well, solid driver quality base/clearcoat. The Toronado rides on a 119-inch wheelbase. By 1970, the overall length had grown to just under 215 inches, from 211 inches in the original '66 model. The wheels of choice are standard Toronado pressed-steel wheels. This 15x6 inch wheels wear 215/75R15 whitewall tires all around.
1952 Chevrolet 3100 Advanced Design
This is a great old truck that is a pleasure to drive. Be sure to play our video/sound clip of this truck on the street. The paint and body show exceptionally well. The hood and doors open and close correctly. The engine compartment is beautifully detailed. You can see the time that went into this truck when you inspect the firewall especially. The interior showcases custom two-tone cloth & vinyl upholstery over the factory bench seating. The dash retains its correct finish and gauges while the factory steering wheel is also intact and paired with a vintage column-mounted turn signal box.
Chevrolet's pickup trucks were produced from 1947
until the mid 1950s. These trucks would be
Chevrolet's first major re-design post World War II.
During this entire production run, Chevrolet trucks
would be number one in sales in the USA.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully done 1968 Chevy Camaro Coupe. This car has the feel of the late 1960s and 70s, with a strong dose of today's performance. Underneath the signature smooth '68 Camaro body lines lurks a GM Performance Parts 427 Aluminum Head crate engine. This package was put together in a nod to the original high performance L-88 427 engine option. This car has undergone a complete restoration by the 1st generation Camaro shop at Camaro House in North Carolina and today is on display and for sale at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this classic '68 Camaro
were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of
Flight Museum, located only minutes away from our
showroom. Be sure to visit the historic Flight
Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The
paint and body show well throughout.
1991 Porsche 944
Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this
nice 1991 Porsche 944 Cabriolet, this Porsche is
featured in triple black, black paint , black
convertible top & black interior which makes for an
elegant yet sporty look. The exterior paint is in
good condition but could be turned into show quality
with as little as a professional buff, this 944 has
the same look as the sporty turbo. Just by examining
the car you can tell it has always been well taken
care of , the interior is in near mint condition
with very little stretch marks on the leather seat ,
the carpet is clean and still looks very good, as
well as the dash showing no sun cracks you can tell
it was mostly garage kept. The power seats function
properly and the a/c blows cold for a comfortable
cruise. This Porsche has been upgraded with an
Alpine HD radio for better sound quality so taking a
long drive listening to your favorite tunes is a bit
more enjoyable as if it not enough just as it is.
Going into the engine compartment it shows the
craftsmanship Porsche put into their vehicles with a
very clean and organized look as well as the trunk
lined in carpet giving a luxurious space to store
1966 Ford Mustang GT
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this stunning 1966 Ford Mustang GT convertible, Presented in stunning signalflare red , this fully restored GT is really something to own, this stang had been in El Paso ,Tx
almost since the car was new and purchased in 2003
by the current owner, This Mustang has undergone a
professional rotisserie restoration as you can see
by the quality work that has been done. The paint is
still in good condition since the restoration done
in 2004. It still looks great combined with all the
chrome and GT accessories, it sure is a head turner.
With this great weather coming up what's a better
time to own a convertible , let alone a real Mustang
GT convertible that has the same drive train as the
Shelby GT350 from the factory making 271hp and
paired to the exhilarating 4-speed manual
transmission. The engine compartment has been nicely
done in black and blue engine with chrome breather
and valve cover, looks just like it came from the
dealership. The trunk is clean and simple showing a
vintage floor mat and full size spare tire, while
the interior also looks like your stepping into
1966, it has been completely reupholstered in
correct pony vinyl interior with matching seat
1954 Oldsmobile 88
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1954 Oldsmobile 88, We are proud to offer a very handsome 1954 Oldsmobile Super 88. Oldsmobile's 88 line got a complete redesign in 1954 which featured a more squared off body shape as well as wrap around windshields.There were 18 solid color and 18 two tone color combinations available in '54. The two-tone blue and white paint conveys a dramatic elegance that you want from an Oldsmobile. Because these are very demanding colors this is a professional respray
that still has plenty of 50s-style gloss when taken
out into the sunshine. Of course the tall whitewall
tires continue this motif with its original. All the
sheet metal appears factory original and expertly
restored to show standards. Cool details like the
globe hood emblem and bullet-shaped taillights
remain and all the stainless trim pieces have been
mirror polished, plus both bumpers are still looking
like new. This is an extremely nice Olds that most
passers-by will take notice of. People have a clear
view of the interior so it's quite nice to see that
the blue on blue wow factor continues on the inside.
1969 Oldsmobile Toronado
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful low mileage 1969 Oldsmobile Toronado deluxe sport coupe. This car just had nearly $9,000 spent in extensive maintenance beginning in December, 2015 and concluding in February, 2016. This Oldsmobile is originally out of California. The mileage of 47,016 is original to the car according to the owner's knowledge and we certainly believe it. This car is just an incredible survivor type example that has had minimum restoration work done as needed over the years. Be sure to play our video below and we hope you enjoy our presentation. The Oldsmobile Toronado
would be the first front wheel drive full-sized
American car since the Cord of the 1930s. The
exterior showcases an older professional refinish in
the original Cameo white color. The paint and body
has been polished and detailed. The body panels
align correctly. The bumper chrome is in good
condition front to back.
1978 Chevrolet Corvette
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1978 Corvette. Seeing this car for the first time you will not know what to think, but take a couple more looks and you'll see it's not just a corvette but a piece of artwork as well. Presented in Dark blue with air brush work by world famous Chris Cruz and tan vinyl interior it is a multiple show winner and has received a "Platinum Vette" award. The owner spent over $40,000. in building this Corvette. With tons of detail in the paint, as well as all of the etching, that goes from the glass to each fan blade and the air breather, the car is quite unique. The spare tire cover has also been painted to match the rest of the cars stripping. The engine compartment shows quite well with no expense spared on chrome and billet accents, all of these add ons
have gone onto a high performance 350 V8 that sits
proudly in the engine compartment. Not only is this
V8 strong but it sounds great too , straight pipes
to quad exhaust tips there is no flow restriction,
matched to a great 3- speed automatic transmission
that shifts smoothly through all the gears.
1967 Ford F-350
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas presents this classic 1967 Ford F-350 stake bed truck, Presented in 2-tone, Fords frost turquoise and black, this old truck looks good and still has lots of life in her. The turquoise paint is not perfect, but a good buff will surely bring that shine back and make it look a lot better. This F350 has been used by a local Dallas Equipment company for years and they are now selling off some of their older equipment. The truck has a lot of life left in it. The engine compartment holds the V8 powerhouse that moves this heavy beast, Fords 352Ci V8 sound great and runs smooth paired to the 4-speed manual transmission that shifts like a charm. The outside stake bed slats have been nicely painted red and contrast nicely , the bed itself is made out of wooden slats that are beginning to show their age but with a little bit of tlc
they will looks just as good as new.
1994 Corvette ZR1
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas
is proud to showcase this immaculate 1994 Chevrolet
Corvette ZR1 After GM acquired Lotus in 1986, the
Corvette division began working with Lotus to turn
the C4 Corvette into the fastest production car in
the world. The Lotus team responded with the
aluminum block, dual overhead cam, 32 valve,
modifications were made in 1993 to the cylinder
heads, exhaust system and valve train of the LT5,
bringing horsepower up from 375 to 405. Keeping all
of that power planted was upgraded braking and
steering systems with adjustable active ride
control. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a
6 speed manual transmission. The 1994 ZR1 5.7 Liter
32-valve, four cam, 405hp V8 Corvette was known as
"King of the Hill." These cars set the automotive
press on their collective ear when they were
released. They were built from 1990 through 1995,
the ZR1 Performance Package which included much more
than just an engine was $31,258. In 1994, the base
Corvette price tag was $36,185, making the total for
this vehicle equipped with the only other option a
glass roof, $69,043, just short of twice the base
model price, and we have the original window sticker
to prove it. In addition to the engine, Lotus helped
GM design the ZR-1's (which in prototype version was
called "King of the Hill" ) upgraded braking and
steering systems, and helped them pick the settings
for the standard "FX3" adjustable active ride
control that Chevrolet was fitting to the car,
helping to ensure that the vehicle was more than
just a modern-day muscle car with a big engine and
no real capability on the track.
1990 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce
Texas Classic Cars is proud to showcase this little affordable & reliable 1990 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce convertible. As always, we would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for allowing us to photograph cars at their historic facility. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away. This is a robust little Italian Sports Car and loves the turns. Power is adequate with the 2.0 litre displacement fuel-injected dual overhead cam 4-cylinder engine, mated to the brisk 5-speed manual transmission. The exterior displays original red paint throughout with some minor stone chips towards the nose. The convertible top assembly is in very good condition. Open the doors to 1990. Keep in mind this is officially a classic car now, over 25 years old.
1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this very special pre-war Plymouth. You're looking at one of the best 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe (P12) Two-Door Sedans anywhere in the world. This particular example has been treated meticulously practically its whole life. We have hand written letters and receipts detailing restoration work done in 1980 and prior. We have a photo album detailing the restoration effort along with an owner's log with details beginning in 1980 into the 2000s. In 1980, the owner explicitly states that only NOS parts were to be procured for what was then this cars ongoing restoration effort. Fast forward to present and you'll find a continued stack of receipts and details about this car. We have the factory owner's manual and MOPAR accessories booket as well. This car is an excellent candidate for AACA competitions.
1960 Jaguar Mark IX
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this gorgeous 1960 Jaguar Mark XI. Presented in a very clean coat of black paint and brown leather interior, this gorgeous and luxurious Jaguar has tons of class and appeal. The Jaguar was repainted in 1991 by Sheldon Classic Auto Restoration. The engine compartment is in great condition which features an enlarged-bore 3.8 L, 220 bhp straight-6 that replaced the previous models 3.4 L 190 bhp
unit. The B-type head of the Mark VIII was retained,
but with a camber at the bottom of the combustion
chamber to accommodate the enlarged bore. Twin HD6
1.75" SU carburetors were fitted. A smaller
electromagnetically controlled auxiliary carburetor
was placed between the main pair of carburetors to
act as a choke. It often proved troublesome
operation and many were converted to manual
switching . Standard compression ratio was 8:1, but
a higher performance 9:1 compression ratio was also
available, as was a 7:1 compression ratio for export
markets, such as Africa, where quality of petrol was
sometimes a problem. The standard transmission was a
four-speed manual system: options included
overdrive, but this one was built with a Borg Warner
three-speed automatic box that shifts like new.
1967 Lincoln Continental
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase
this very nicely restored 1967 Lincoln Continental,
this well taken care of continental is a long one,
but drives like a brand new car it is truly one to
have. The exterior features a nice black paint job
that contours perfectly with all of the diamond
shine chrome. This Lincoln was restored the right
way. It features nice body gaps all the way around
and a smooth powered convertible that gives the car
a whole different look once it down. This big boat
is powered by Fords strong 462ci V8 big block that
moves this Continental with ease and paired to a
smooth 3-speed automatic transmission this is surely
a cruiser and a great driver for any long trip, with
its comfortable suspension mostly any pothole is
like a pebble on the road , most new cars don't even
come close to the comfort these classics bring to
the road. The interior features completely
reupholstered seats, carpeting and a new dash, the
black seats make this Lincoln look like it just
rolled off the factory floor, and with all of its
powered featured its easy to sit back and enjoy the
1981 Corvette Resto
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this like new 1981 Chevrolet Corvette, This 1981 Corvette is one of the best looking C3's that your going to see in Texas, this is basically a brand new car from top to bottom. Starting with the exterior, it features professional paint and body work. If any body work was done it was done extremely well showing nice gaps and straight as an arrow body. Yes both headlamps work , up and down without any issues and the t-tops do not leak air or water, this car is truly one to buy and hold on to forever knowing that the value of these cars will just keep going up as time goes by. Going into the engine compartment this is not your basic C3 Corvette 190hp 350ci V8 no sir , this is on a whole other level with a built 383ci Stoker V8 pushing out 500 ponies and 500ft lb Tq mated to a smooth 5-speed manual Tremec transmission this Vette
is a rocket and if 500hp sound isn't mean enough
just open up the electric cutouts for a sound that
will amaze you.
1972 Chevrolet Corvette 454 LS-5
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful #'s matching 454 powered 1972 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top Coupe. This car has been long-time owned by a gentleman who has cared for this car meticulously. It has had only around 1500 miles logged under his ownership. The original engine has been rebuilt to high performance specifications with LS6 equipment along with GM rectangle port high performance cylinder heads. Be sure to play our video and you'll understand that this is no ordinary Corvette. The exterior displays one quality driver repaint of the original code 945 Bryar
Blue. There were only 1,617 Corvettes ordered in
this metallic blue color for 1972. The body panel
fit is exceptional throughout this Corvette. The
fender gaps are correct as is the door fit and hood.
1972 is arguably the best year for the Corvette C3.
You have the refined Stingray body along with the
last year chromed front bumper. These cars are fast
appreciating in value and desirability has and will
always be high for the '72 Corvette.
1973 Jaguar XKE Series III V12
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful open two seat convertible 1973 Jaguar XKE. The Series III cars debuted the powerful 5.3 Litre
V12 engine along with several driver-oriented
refinements to help define the Series III as a true
Grand Touring car. This example displays a refinish
in its correct Pale Primrose Yellow paint against
black interior with a black canvas top. The paint
and body are in very good condition as is the
undercarriage. The mechanicals are strong, this is a
car that can be driven with ease. The 60,722 miles
on the odometer is believed original to the car, the
mechanical and cosmetic condition is certainly
reflective of this.
1965 Ford Mustang 302
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.
Mercedes Benz M-100 6.9L V8 Engine
engine is a rare find. It is factory rebuilt ( by
Daimler in Germany) and it is in the original wooden
crate with part number and maybe some labels. Always
stored indoors in a constant temperature. There are
no more factory rebuilt engines like this one in any
of our warehouses in the USA and at the time we
acquired it there were none left in Germany. I doubt
there is another one like it anywhere on the planet.
You shouldn't wait to long to buy it from Arv.
Opportunities like this don't come around too
1991 Ford Bronco
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this nice 1991 Ford Bronco XLT, this Ford Bronco has been well kept and updated as you can see in the pictures, the exterior features clean chromed bumper guards, chromed fender flares that stand out with the fresh Black paint job that was done just six weeks ago and it looks great, the rear features a swing gate with a full size spare tire that latches to the tailgate. All power windows work including the rear that can be rolled down with the key or through the switch in the cab. Open up the hood and you'll see that this bronco features a strong and healthy sounding Ford 351 Windsor V8 thats
paired to a smooth 4-speed E4OD automatic
transmission, kick it into 4low and hold on because
this thing will go wherever you tell it to go or
keep on 2 wheel drive for any daily or weekend use.
1970 Dodge Challenger
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this immaculate 1970 Dodge Challenger, The Challenger remains one of the most popular and collectible muscle cars on the market today. Its enduring appeal stems not only from handsome styling, but also from the solid performance engineering that went into it from the outset. Most notably, the Challenger's basic E-Body platform could accommodate the entire Chrysler engine range by virtue of its front sub-frame that was borrowed from the larger Charger/Coronet B-Body cars. In addition, the use of the Charger/Coronet rear suspension layout provided a wide rear track, accommodating the wider tires that became available by 1970. The rest is automotive history. This Plum Crazy 1970 Challenger is a well-presented and attractive example throughout, with a black vinyl roof and black interior that contains bucket seats, center console and woodgrain
trim. It is powered by a 383 cubic-inch, 335
horsepower “Magnum” V-8 engine mated to an automatic
transmission, the heads have been redone and are not
the original heads to the car, and features include
power steering, radio, remote driver's side sport
mirror, twin ducts on the hood, factory road wheels
and Bf Goodrich tires.
1966 Ford Mustang
Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this
1966 Ford Mustang. This nice 1966 Ford Mustang has
been fully overhauled has quite a bit of impressive
upgrades, to start off showing off is the paint,
this stang has been fully stripped down to bare
metal and professionally sprayed with high quality
gloss red paint with white rally stripes that run
from the nose to the rear valance, this cars paint
shines like that of a brand new car. The exterior
features an Eleanor style front bumper and a Shelby
fiberglass hood that give it a meaner look and a
cleaner stance. To ad to the look a new set of
American Racing Torq Thrust style wheels that look
great in their two tone combination. The engine bay
is clean detailed and spacious featuring a strong
running new 302 Cobra V8 Engine that breathes
through an Edelbrock performance carburetor and
intake. The small block is paired to Ford's smooth
shifting AOD automatic transmission, the great sound
effects are product of a custom exhaust system
consisting of equal length headers and Spin Tech
mufflers that run to side pipes.
1962 Chevrolet Impala SS
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS. The 3rd generation of Impala was born for the 1961 model year. The Impala name was just a trim package in 1958, but these model years really got sales roaring. Over 100,000 Impala SS equipped cars were sold in 1962 as buyers couldn’t get enough. The SS came with a beefed up suspension and several appearance upgrades that really enhance their value among collectors today. This Impala SS is in excellent condition inside, underneath and the exterior could use a professional buffing to bring out that show quality gloss. This White over Red beauty has a 327 cubic inch V8 that produces approximately 250 Horsepower. It is a perfect mate to the ultra reliable 2-Speed Powerglide transmission that will allow this car will purr along at 60 MPH without hesitation. Options from the factory include Powerglide
transmission, power steering, wheel discs, tinted
windshield, power brakes, padded dash, push button
radio, seat belts, undercoating and left outside
mirror bringing the final sales price pretty high
for the year, when it was delivered to the new
1957 Bel-Air Convertible
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautifully restored 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible. These 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air convertibles remain popular year after year and it's easy to understand why. They're handsome comfortable reliable cruisers that are timeless. When most folks think of the 50’s this is the car they imagine. This attractive '57 Bel-Air
although from factory a Inline-6 car with a Green on
Green color combination has been faithfully restored
in a correct Matador Red and there's no denying that
the restoration gave it a better look and these good
looks endure year after year. The iconic bodywork is
nicely executed with good gaps and signs of
investment in time and effort to get the panels
straight and ripple-free. The paint is deep and
shiny thanks to an expert buffer and if attracting
attention is what you want few cars can do it
better. It's not perfect of course and it has been
driven but it's also the kind of car you can get in
and have fun without a second thought which is
always better than a trailer queen. All the chrome
has been re-plated and given the costs of such work
these days it probably accounts for a good cut of
the restoration costs.
1980 Camaro R/S
Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this very well maintained 1 owner 1980 Chevy Camaro R/S. Born in Norwood California as a 305/ 155 hp car, it now boasts a built 383 Stroker. Over $6000. was spent on this engine. Every part of this engine is new, and machine shop balanced and inspected, with the exception of the block. The work was done by David Purifoy of Purify Racing Engines. The car had 14,000 original miles and the new engine has just over 1100 miles on it. The engine pairs well with the original 3 speed automatic transmission with a new added shift kit. This Camaro is a great driving car. The Camaro has a good straight body. There are no signs of rust at this time. There are some minor imperfections in the paint, a few little scratches, but nothing serious. This is original paint and interior. Garage kept and always taken care of, the car is exceptional for a second generation Camaro.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1968 Custom Built Chevrolet Camaro. This 1968 Camaro is a track-car built to race in Trans Am Historic Racing, its a new and complete frame-up build with racing suspension and drive train performance parts, the car also has functional lights for street operation. The basic changes that were done to convert this car to a track car include, the street wheels & tires being changed to track wheels & tires, the ride height was adjusted to desired specs, change to correct springs & shocks, specific chassis tuning to camber, and weight blocks depending on the track this beast was running on. This Camaro is ready to be driven either on the road or on the track as it sits, or fully restore it as an awesome pro street car or pro touring car, this car is ready for any modifications, ad-on's,
customization's you would like to do to it. The roll
cage is track certified, go take it for a couple
spins around the track and have fun , or cruise
though the streets, it's your call. The whole
restoration process was done correctly, beginning
with stripping the car down and sand blasting it to
bare metal. Al the body work was professionally done
and gave this car a great stance with the wide body
1995 Ford Mustang GT
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this awesome Custom 1995 Mustang GT Convertible . This is not your ordinary Mustang, this mustang has been completely restored,gutted, stripped , the whole nine-yards. It has roughly 600 miles since fully restored. The Candy Red paint job is immaculate and it has a great stance. Come check this car out for yourself. This spoiler is a ABC Exclusives Boss Shinoda Rear Spoiler. It also has aftermarket Clear with painted covers Tail lights . This SN95 Mustang is truely one of a kind , show car & quality driver. It is a head turner. This Body kit is a Cervinis Stalker Front and Rear bumper cover & Side skirts. The hood is a ABC Exclusives Cowl Inducted High Rise Fiberglass hood. These Front Headlights are one-piece projector headlights. Being a fan of the Transformers, the owners son dubbed the car the "Transformer" due to the fact his dad completely transformed a basic Mustang GT into a one of a kind show car. You'll see the Transformers insignia on the car here in the grill area and on a custom battery tie down in the trunk.
1967 428 Cobra Replica
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this beautiful beast,1967 Ford Cobra Kit . This is not your ordinary Cobra kit car, witch consists of a fiberglass body, this Cobra body is made out of Kevlar . It has a powerful 428 Cobra Jet Engine that has been bored .30 over with a great Ford Top Loader Transmission. This little Cobra pushes out an amazing 598 horses to the rear wheels and weighs only 2400 pounds. Halibrand Cobra wheels on Cooper Cobra Radial GT tires 235/ 60 / 15 -front and a whopping 295/ 50 / 15 rear Driver Roll Bar and 5 point Seat belts.
We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field
Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used
at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this
historical museum if you find yourself in the
Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas'
showroom is located only minutes away.
1985 Chevrolet Corvette Targa Coupe
classic 1985 Chevy Corvette was photographed at the
Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, a
fitting location for America's Sportscar. This is a
good driving Vette that is in overall good
condition, showing average wear for its age. The
exterior is finished in two-tone silver & gray base/clearcoat
paint, a repaint of the original finish. The paint
and body are in good shape with some imperfections,
chip touch ups, and some paint damage at the nose
near the headlamps. The interior features the
original silver leather upholstery, dash and
instruments. The power windows are functional left &
right. The air conditioning blows cold, however the
A/C compressor/clutch is a little noisy when running
and will eventually need future service. The
dash is clean and straight, in great shape. The
factory AM/FM Delco equalizer cassette stereo is
also functional. The instrument cluster is working,
but is somewhat dim. The original option data decal
is still in place and legible.
2003 Harley-Davidson 1200XL
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this well-maintained 2003 Harley-Davidson XL1200 Custom Sportster. This bike has logged 5,660 miles and has been garage kept. The paint is in excellent condition and the mechanicals are strong. We have the windshield, and sissy seat, both removable. The tires are by Dunlop and show well front to back. The brakes are discs. The brightwork/chrome is polished and detailed throughout as are the exhaust pipes. This 100th Anniversary Harley-Davidson Sportster was photographed here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. Be sure and visit us if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. We are located at 1912 W. Mockingbird, Dallas, TX, 75235, just minutes from Dallas Love Field Airport. You can fly in and ride this bike home with confidence.
1941 Lincoln Continental
Texas Classic Cars is proud to present this grand automobile, the 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe. These cars were intially borne of a special design of a one-off car for Edsel Ford himself. The public so well-received the car that it went into production shortly after. There were only 850 coupes and 400 convertible/cabriolets produced in the first production year of 1941. This example features a host of recent work performed including the front end aligned, the engine tuned up, the tie rod ends/drag links replaced, the radiator hoses replaced, the charging generator rebuilt, the gas tank removed & lined, a new sending unit & fuel pump installed, the fuel lines cleaned, the carburetor rebuilt and more. The interior has been restored while the dash retains beautiful factory instrumentation and controls throughout. The push button start button still works as well. the 3-speed manual transmission shifts through the gears as it should and the V-12 has a great sound and is torque-responsible. Be sure to play our video posted above to experience this Lincoln to a greater degree.
1970 Pontiac GTO
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully
restored 1970 Pontiac GTO. This is a nut & bolt rotisserie restored
example boasting modern Hotchkis tubular suspension, a high
performance built 455 big block V8, and high quality cosmetics
throughout. This car was built to cruise and show with
driver-friendly features galore such as a Gear Vendor overdrive
model 3D400. Enjoy our photos and extensive description. This is
your opportunity to own a truly magnificent GTO musclecar.
This transformed GTO began life as a true 242 GTO in the Atoll Blue
color, matching interior, and a black cordova top as is indicated on
the identa-plate. It was built in 1969 and delivered to Coast
Pontiac in December, 1969. In the intervening years, it saw
Bakersfield, Chatsworth, and Almeda, California. In the mid 2000,
the car spent some time in Arizona before arriving it Texas where it
was purchased by its current owner in 2007 Sometime in this journey,
the grand old Goat was changed to a Cardinal Red & Judge graphics
added. This was a clean, rust free, and numbers-matching survivor.
The current owner had a different vision for the car. He set about
to make it one of kind with supreme drivability, while maintaining
the classic '70 GTO look. He also wanted to maintain the number's
viability of the car. The original 400 c.i. engine was removed and
put into storage, replaced with a professionally built 1970 455 big
block you will read about soon. The car was lifted off the frame and
the work began.