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.
2001 Chevrolet Corvette
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.
1970 Corvette Stingray
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.
1975 Buick LeSabre
This beautiful 1975 Buick LeSabre represents the
last of Buick's full sized rear wheel drive model.
Even when compared to the luxury of a convertible
Cadillac, this Buick was really a status symbol back
in the disco era. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is
proud to present this 1975 Buick LeSabre
Convertible. A true example of what GM could produce
in its really historic track record of amazing cars.
There were not many of these Buick convertibles
produced, and it would be very hard to find one that
is in this great condition, making this a very
1973 Plymouth Barracuda
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
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
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.
2003 Chevrolet Super Sport Roaster
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
any Chevy fan this would be a fun choice combining
postwar cruiser image with a very modern day
hardware and reliability.
1970 Oldsmobile 442
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
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
1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver
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
1963 Ford Falcon Futura
The Falcon features a 289 with
348 dyno-verified horsepower.
This is a very nice Falcon
Futura ready to show, drive, and
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
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.
1956 Mercury Montclair
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present
this 1956 Mercury Montclair. The Mercury design is
considered one of the best of what was a banner year
for every domestic American automaker. The full-size
Montclair was Mercury's newest model. This is a very
fine example .Showcasing a Lauderdale Blue and Classic White with
a spectacular two tone upholstery on the interior
this car has been an iconic car for all Americans in
its era, and still is a car that any collector would
love to own. The chrome throughout the car is in outstanding
condition. The emblems are in very good condition as
well. The interior has showcased for years the
classic blue and white with all original features
such as the bench seats and dashboard. The dash is
in exceptional condition.
1969 Ford Mustang Convertible 302
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
1971 Pontiac Grand Prix
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
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
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
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
1968 Datsun Fairlady 1600
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.
1969 Oldsmobile 442
The Oldsmobile 442 was a muscle car produced by the
Oldsmobile division of General Motors. It was
introduced as an option package for F-85 and Cutlass
models. In 1968 was the first year the 442 was a
model of its own. Here is a sports car that would
leave you speechless while driving, for the driver
who insists that the beauty of his car goes far more
than skin deep. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is very
proud to present a car like this 1969 Olds 442. This
quality example features a built 400 ci engine
making it a joy to drive. The exterior is finished
in a quality teal base coat / clear coat,
showcasing a very nice paint with a great quality of
work. Overall the car is in great condition. The
trunk is solid with zero signs of rust, and the body
does not show rust either and the interior is in
good condition as well.
1988 Mercedes Benz 560SL
This classic 560 SL shows a fair black paint in need
of some repair. Showing door imperfections,
scratches and chips, overall the car is in good
shape on the exterior. The seats need some work
done, they show wear and cracks covered with tape.
The dashboard is in very good condition with all
gauge working as well.
Previous owner added an aftermarket MP3/CD player to
tune in to your favorite stations while driving this
is in good condition front to back and also the
headliner as well as door panels . The seats really
are the one feature that could use upgrading on an
otherwise nice interior on a 25 year old car.
1947 Buick Super Convertible
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 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.
1973 Red Ford Mustang
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.
2001 Aston Martin DB-7 Vantage
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present
this well-maintained 2001 Aston Martin showcasing a
great looking silver clear coat paint featuring a
black convertible top powered by its original V-12
Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love
Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only
minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our
friends at the Flight Museum if you find
yourself in Dallas, Texas.
If you wanted luxury at the turn of the millennium,
then you would have looked no further than the
infamous British sports car line of Aston Martin.
This DB7 is a Vantage Volante - convertible. Just
having the "Vantage" emblem on the rear of the car
meant that you were getting the most powerful and
uncompromising model in the Aston Martin family.
1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler
This Jeep was previously advertised by Texas Classic
Cars of Dallas, the Jeep showed signs of rust around
the windshield, and had diamond plate around the
quarter panels. The owner had us remove all rust and
remove the diamond plate pieces to make sure there
was no rust underneath. We found a solid body and no
rust. The Jeep was repainted. This work was just
completed within the last month.The 1984 Jeep CJ-8 was a long wheel base version of
the CJ-7, introduced in 1982 and manufacture through
1986. It features a removable half-cab, creating a
small pick-up style box. The
chrome front bumper and nerf bars add just that
right touch to the CJ. The front end of the car
was completely rebuilt, upgraded brakes,
steering box and new shocks were added to this
Scrambler CJ-8. The door panels look good and
the door bottoms are solid.
1961 Chevy Impala Bubble Top 409
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There are only a select few cars that have been cool
from the moment they were built, and the 1961 Impala
Bubble Top is one of them. Texas Classic Cars of
Dallas is very proud to present one of a kind Impala
SS Bubble Top. It's a restored ride packing a 409ci
block under its hood and making it a lot more than
just a good looking body design. The current owner
of this awesome Impala purchased it and found that
it needed a little refreshing. He took it to Carr's
Corvettes and Customs, and had the car completely
gone over. We have a notebook with detailed photos
and invoices of every item. There is for sure not
many of these fine cars around. Maybe you have seen
one with the same exterior, but it's what's under
the hood that counts. Making this Impala stand out
from the others is the Dual Quad Core 409 V engine
producing 425 HP.
1969 Dodge 440 Six Pack Super Bee
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
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.
1982 Mercedes Benz 380 SL
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.
1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck
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,
1935 Chevy Sedan
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.
1970 Pontiac GTO
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present
this show worthy '70 GTO Pontiac The Judge. This car
showcases a perfect orbit orange paint, Pontiac's marketers wanted
to reach a youthful and extroverted audience, and
they sure figured out the best way to grab their
attentionWhat makes this Judge unusual is that it was built
in Canada. Pontiac altered the GTO's styling for
1970, gave a new endura nose with exposed headlamps,
bodyside creases and a redesigned rear end.All the
Judge engines could be paired with either automatic
or manual transmissions, this car comes equipped
with a four speed manual transmission attached to
10.4 inch diameter clutch discs in 400-inch engines.
There was no mistaking who held veto power over the
competition. All the judge V-8's used a cast iron
dual-plane intake manifold with a four barrel
Rochester Quadrajet carburetor.
1978 Corvette Pace Car
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,
1951 Ford F-100
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.
1971 Mustang Mach I
Ford’s Mach 1 was completely redesigned for the 1971 production
year, as was the rest of the mustang line. The Mach 1 was a high
performance version of the standard Sport Roof model. Mach 1's base
motor was reduced; it was also available with the largest Mustang
engine ever produced, the 429.
We understand, according to the owner of this great car, that it is
a true survivor and not a restoration. It is as close to original as
can be after 42 years. There have obviously been a few changes over
the years, such as tires and hoses and belts, but all to spec.
The 1971 Mach 1 represents an important vehicle manufactured close
to the end of the muscle car of era.
The bright red and black two-tone paint on the exterior of this Mach
1 really catches your eye while you drive past, its either that or
the loud roar of the factory Ford 429-4V CJ engine with Ram Air with
The beefy V-8 is connected to factory options C-6 select shift
Cruise-O-Matic transmission that ends up in the rear connected to
the factory optioned 3.50:1 gears. Making this car a perfect choice
to drive around town.
"Mustang excitement is meant to be personal, versatile and
affordable. For whoever you are and whatever your driving style" -
Ford Mustang brochure in 1971.
1971 Corvette Stingray 454
We are very proud to present this awesome 1971 Stingray. This
beauty was featured in Corvette Fever Magazine in June 2008.
The Chevrolet Corvette has been an iconic American sports car, since
its introduction in the 1950s. The 1971 Stingray was very similar to
the 1970 model; the 1971 had amber parking light covers instead of
clear. The main difference in the '71 model lay under the hood, as
engines were to meet new federal guidelines.
This monster is equipped with a beefy 365hp 454 cu in V-8 engine. It
has been bored 0.060 over and included forged pistons and
crankshafts, even a set of roller rockers. Also APR head bolts hold
it all together. The engine is matched with a numbers matching
4-speed Muncie Close Ratio transmission feeding a 3.08:1 limited
slip rear end. The current owner swapped out the original 4.11 rear
end for the current one. The original will go with the car.It has
had a complete internal rebuild.
1966 Corvair Monza
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.
1984 Porsche 911 Cabriolet
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
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
1976 Cadillac El Dorado Bi-Centennial Edition
This Cadillac is number 36 of the last 200 identical U.S convertible
productions. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present a
fabulous 1976 Cadillac El Dorado Bicentennial Edition, #013836.
The final convertible and the mystique surrounding it make this a
hidden treasure from the frame up to the convertible top. This
Cadillac is a first class show stopper, assembled and loaded with
every available feature Cadillac made for the year 1976. Straight
from factory this Bicentennial edition showcases a cotillion white
El Dorado 1976 convertible was the only convertible now built in
America, and it would not be repeated in 1977 everyone knew they
only had once chance to get a new convertible. This is now your
opportunity to own this very classic Caddy.
Stunning white wall tires wrapped around painted-to-match center
caps, also another feature unique to this model.
1989 Mercedes Benz 560SL
We have on display in our showroom, this very nice 1989 Mercedes 560
SL. Always a Texas car, it is in very nice condition. The Car Check
report list 3 possible owner and mileage last reported in 2007 in
Ft. Worth as 92,722. The current owner reports that the speedometer
broke last year and that there are approximately 300 mile more on
the odometer from the reading shown at 102,755. It also shows a very
high score on the Auto Check. Similar cars to this one are showing
scores of 15-36, ours is rated at 54.
The car shows well, and it is obvious that it has been well cared
The 280, 380 and 500 SLC were discontinued in 1981 with the
introduction of the 126 series 380 and 500 SEC coupes. A total of
62,888 SLCs had been manufactured over a ten-year period of which
just 1,636 were the 450 SLC-5.0 and 1,133 were the 500 SLC.
Both these models are sought by collectors today. With the exception
of the SL65 AMG Black Series, the SLC remains the only fixed roof
Mercedes-Benz coupe based on a roadster rather than a sedan.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle 454
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
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.
1971 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe / LT-1
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.
1973 Plymouth 340 Barracuda
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.
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.
1969 Pontiac GTO
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
1957 Chevrolet BelAir
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
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
The bumper end pieces were BelAir options & the gold script and
grille mesh also hints at the "V8" power under the hood.
1957 Porsche 356
Super Speedster re-creation
This fun machine is complete with a folding tan soft top and
removable side window curtains.
The bumpers are painted front and rear. The paint condition is very
good, with only minor imperfection. Approximately 27,556 miles have
been logged thus far on this car.
The first Porsche 356 engines were 1500 c.c.s later upgraded to 1600
c.c.s and ranging from 60 to 75 horsepower. The original cars
weighed approximately 1750 lbs with no wasted space.
Power is courtesy of this V.W. 4 cylinder engine. This mild
powerplant is paired with the 4-speed manual transmission.
The padded dash and instruments are in good condition. Jaegar black
face gauges include a 160 mph speedometer and 7,000 rpm tachometer.
The seating and carpeting shows well throughout. This car has been
kept stored indoors.
Porsche's 1600 Super Sport was produced from 1948 until 1965. It was
Porsche's first production automobile and first sports car to bear
the fabled Porsche nameplate. This is your opportunity to own a very
fun and affordable version of the classic Roadster.
The wheels of choice are chromed 15-inch wheels wrapped in 155/80R15
radial tires all around.
1958 Chevrolet BelAir
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully
restored classic 1958 Chevrolet BelAir. This car is powered by its
correct 348 cubic inch, 250HP engine and features a number of unique
factory options and upgrades while retaining its correct interior
and exterior components. See the extensive list of features above.
We have extensive original documentation for this Texas BelAir.
The exterior has been refinished in Tropical Turquoise over Artic
White. The paint and body is in beautiful condition as is the
restored bright work throughout this BelAir.
Chevrolet's 1958 model year showcased an extensive re-design and
would stand-alone with many unique asthetic features not used again
the following model year.
We hope you enjoy our presentation of this recently restored 1958
Chevrolet BelAir 348. This car was sold new at Superior Chevrolet in
Rockwall, Texas and has been a Texas car since. We have the original
owner’s manual, registrations dating through the 50s to 70s from day
one as well as the original dealer inspection report, warranty book,
warranty card, dealer brochure and more. This car features rare
factory options along with added features.
1986 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Roadster
The illustrious SL Roadster history dates back to 1954. The 560SL
was introduced in 1985. Its classic type 107 body shell was in use
since 1970. The all-aluminum 5.6 liter V8 made the 560 the fastest
SL car produced. This example showcases original attractive silver
paint and red interior. It is well-maintained and complete with
original books and service records. Thousands have been spent in
maintenance at Park Place Motorcars and Autohaus of Dallas with
receipts to verify over the years.
This Dallas, Texas car is complete with its window sticker totaling
$52,300 from Rocket Oldsmobile-GMC in Abilene, Texas.
We have the original paperwork and manuals as well, down the
original dealer inspection sheet.
The black soft top is original and seldom used. There are some minor
frays where it folds. Its showing age, but is in good condition. The
plastic windows are also intact and clear.
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.
1926 Rolls Royce Twenty
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
1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
Ford's personal sports luxury car has never looked
better for 1956. This example showcases the Thunderbird's classic
good looks to the tee.
This example runs smooth, powered by its correct 312 c.i. 4bbl. V8 &
automatic transmission. The exterior is finished in classic Peacock
Blue. The paint and body show exceptionally well. This car was
originally Sunset Coral with a Colonial White Hardtop according to
the trim identification plate. It drives down the road straight and
is a pleasure to cruise in.
The factory brightwork shows well thorughout as does the auxillary
There is no soft top with this classic Thunderbird.
The wheels of choice are the correct 15-inch steel wheels & hubcaps,
wrapped in B.F. Goodrich Silvertown White whitewall tires.
Ford modified the Thunderbird body for '56 with the elimination of
the trunk-mounted spare tire/wheel. The spare was relocated to the
exterior rear bumper in a decorative design known as the Continental
Open the doors to the 1950s. The interior showcases beautiful blue &
white vinyl with a matching dash and vintage gauges.
1956 would be Ford's introduction of Lifeguard Design safety
Equipment, becoming the first major auto manufacturer to focus on
1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Hardtop Custom
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this
upscale '57 Olds 88. This car has been built to perform on the
street and cruise with ease. It runs better, is safer, and
good-looking to boot. This is a very nice Olds with a unique
history. It was originally sold to Cromwell Industries on January
Oldsmobile debuted a brand-new design for 1957. The Super 88 was the
performance lightweight with luxury appointments rivaling the
top-tier Olds 98. This example has been upgraded even further. Power
is courtesy of a 455 c.i. 4bbl. V8 from a '73 Olds 98. This big
block is paired with a stout TH400 automatic transmission. A latter
GM front clip with disc brakes has also been installed along with
power steering. This classic Olds88 is a pleasure to cruise. It has
been driven in Texas and is inspected each of the last 3 years.
“Make a Date with a Rocket 88”
The exterior is finished in a custom sparkling red metallic & black
clearcoat. The paint shows well and is very slick, with only minor
imperfections to note. The finish was completed in 2011. The chrome
was removed and replated. The stainless steel has been polished. The
is very straight. The doors, hood, and trunk open and close
Open the doors to this fabulous '57.
1965 MG MGB Convertible
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
1972 Chevrolet C-20 Custom Pickup Truck
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.
1969 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
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
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.
1979 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster
This classic 450SL Mercedes Roadster is
well-maintained and an absolute pleasure to cruise in. This Benz
showcases classic Mercedes Astral Silver paint with tastefully
understated black pinstriping.
Closer inspection will confirm straight and clean body panels
throughout. The paint shows very well with minor flaws. The
Mercedes-Benz R107 SL chassis was used from 1971 until 1989, a
testament to its excellent design characteristics and styling. This
Mercedes is certainly no different. This is a very handsome car.
These wheels are true chromed Zenith wire knock-offs, including a
spare in the well. We have an extra "new" boxed Zenith wire that
will be available to the new owner for a nominal fee, if so desired.
The interior showcases original components along with select
tasteful upgrades. The steering wheel of choice is a Nardi signature
wood 3-spoke steering wheel. Sound is courtesy of a Blaupunkt AM/FM
The dash remains in exceptional condition, thanks to garage care
throughout this Mercedes' life.
The original black leather shows age and wear on both the driver's
and passenger's seat of this un-restored interior.
The power windows are functional. The air conditioning blows cold.
1994 Lotus Esprit Turbo S4
This is a highly maintained example complete with
records. Over $90,000 has been invested in this Lotus. This is one
of the nicest Lotus Esprit S4 cars you will ever see. Many of these
cars can be found with low mileage such as this, but FEW will be
found that has had such an impeccable amount of time and detail
spent maintaining it mechanically. The car features a number of
aluminum and stainless steel components to prevent rust. These cars
were built to be driven. This Lotus is proudly on display in Texas
Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
The exterior showcases the original classic red finish in excellent
condition throughout in excellent condition. The doors, hood, and
engine cover open and close correctly.
The S4 was the first Lotus to feature power steering. The power
steering pump has been replaced on this highly maintained example.
The braking system has also been upgraded with an AP system up front
and braided steel lines. Also, the brake master cylinder has been
replaced. The lightweigh factory OZ alloy wheels are wrapped in
newer high performance Z-rated Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus tires
sized at 215/40ZR17s & 245/45ZR17s in rear.
1966 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this
unique survivor '66 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible. This car
showcases an older finish of its correct Sierra Mist finish. It is
powered by the 425 cubic inch V8 rated at 360 horsepower and
equipped with options. It rides down the road smooth and is sound
Oldsmobile used the Eighty-Eight designation from 1949 until 1999.
It was the bestselling full-sized Oldsmobile for decades, especially
the entry-level 88 and Dynamic 88. The Delta name first appeared in
1965 along with fresh styling and engineering changes. This '66
model carries these changes over.
This car runs smooth. The engine compartment displays the undetailed
and original high compression 425 cubic inch V8 rated at 360
horsepower. The factory breather is un-touched. This car has
received regular maintenance. Closer inspection will confirm clean
and detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and
1946 Ford Super DeLuxe Convertible
We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas are proud to
present this beautifully restored classic Ford convertible. A fine
post-war example, this Super DeLuxe showcases the classic features
of an iconic automobile. It is finished in its correct Dynamic
Maroon with the upscale Super Deluxe specific interior package. It
is powered by the correct 59AB 239 c.i. flathead V8 and is a
pleasure to cruise down the road. The undercarriage is as clean as
the top. This award winner is sure to please all Ford lovers.
The exterior showcases a beautiful Dynamic Maroon finish. This car
was treated to a loving restoration years ago and is in excellent
condition today. The car has been on display for a number of years.
It is currently displayed in Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom.
Ford's Super DeLuxe was the top trim offering for 1946. You could
get it in sedan, coupe, convertible, or station wagon form. They
were available with both a six and eight cylinder engine. The latter
rated at 100 horsepower.
The power-operated convertible canvas top with brown vinyl piping is
brand new and just installed. This high quality top is by Lebaron
The convertible top interior is clean and detailed as well,
showcasing restored bows and weatherstrip.
Open the doors to this classic Super DeLuxe and enjoy the vintage
1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible
The 1941 model year brought a thorough re-design of
the Ford line-up. This beautiful pre-war Super Deluxe Convertible
showcases the unique features of the model year and an array of rare
Ford equipment including a power-operated canvas top. The car
displays an older quality restoration with originality in mind. It
was kept in museum display for a number of years. The color finish
is the correct Florentine blue. The interior is dark blue leather &
power is courtesy of the 221 ci Flathead V8 engine.
The exterior is finished in the correct color of Florentine Blue.
The stainless and trim show well throughout as does the finish, with
only minor imperfection.
1941 Ford Convertible side glass was limited to the door glass,
there were no rear windows. The convertible canvas top itself is in
beautiful condition. It was just installed. This high quality top is
from Lebaron Bonney. The steel bows have been restored in body color
with a fully-finished wood bow & glass rear window. The optional
convertible top mechanisms for 1941 could be had with either
hydraulic, vacuum, or an electric screw-type operation. The '41 Ford
was certainly ahead of its time in an uncertain time.
2001 Plymouth Prowler Convertible
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this one-owner,
garage-kept 2001 Plymouth Prowler. It has been kept covered when not
This modern classic, a 2001 Plymouth Prowler Roadster, has been
meticulously maintained since day 1. The car is on display at Texas
Classic Cars of Dallas. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas
Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our
The exterior is finished in the original Prowler Silver in excellent
One Subtle upgrade is the elimination of the factory front bumpers.
They have been replaced with sleek lighting. The original bumpers do
come with the car.
Always garaged, the condition is certainy a testament to its
Factory gauges include the sporty column-mounted tachometer. Just
over 6,800 miles have been logged on this Prowler thus far.
The black manually-operated soft top is in new condition. As you can
see, this Prowler is in good company at Texas Classic Cars of
The upholstery is in excellent condition throughout. The Agate color
leather seating shows very well, as does the carpeting and gauges.
This is a non-smoker car that has been well cared for.
1965 Dodge Coronet “HEMI”
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Not for the faint of heart, this classic '65 Dodge Coronet HEMI
began life here in Dallas, Texas as a manual-shifted 6 cylinder
plain jane grocery getter. The car was purchased in original
condition from the long-time first owner in 2005. This car was
completely disassembled and the transformation began.
The paint and body is outstanding. The bright work has been restored
throughout this 1965 Dodge Coronet. This is a high quality car.
Completed in 2005 and garage kept, the car looks outstanding today,
a testament to the build quality. The color and body work was done
by South Coast Rides in Houston, Texas.
Under the hood is where it LIVES. The Mopar Performance crate HEMI
V8 is 528 cubic inches and rated at 610 horsepower. Engine and
chassis work has been done by Joe Smith here in Dallas, Texas. Joe
is a respected race fabricator here in Dallas. The engine
compartment is in excellent condition. Ignition duties are by MSD. A
Pro-Billet distributor and MSD 6-AL work together. Induction is more
than adequate thanks to the special-tuned Demon 850 cfm annular
discharge carburetor. Vintage Air Conditioning has been installed
with a special bracket to relocate it to the bottom, a discreet
setup that functions excellent. Engine cooling duties are taken care
of by a Griffin Aluminum extra capacity radiator. The fabricated
aluminum plate on the hood underside is setup for this single 4bbl.
setup, which was chosen for reliability and power. With a change of
the aluminum plate, you could run dual carburetors if so desired.
2002 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this 2002 Chevrolet
Corvette Z06. This is a dealer maintained Texas example retaining
its original drivetrain and cosmetics.
Chevrolet's Corvette C5 Z06 is a technological achievement. The most
rigid of the Corvette C5s, the Z06 is also the lightest. This
special factory option got you a lightweight windshield, reduced
sound deadening material and more. The car is well over 100 lbs
lighter than a similar equipped coupe. Options were limited with the
The engine compartment showcases the 405 horsepower 5.7 Liter LS6
V8. This power plant is paired with the factory 6-speed manual
transmission. This engine retains its original intake and is stock.
The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout. The hood
underside retains its original insulation as well. The LS-6 featured
many improvements over the base Corvette's LS-1. This engine
featured completely re-designed cylinder heads along with oiling
modifications, valve train modifications, an improved cam, and more.
All of this bumped up the factory rated horsepower 50+ ponies.
1932 Ford Three-Window Coupe
This is a classic Hot Rod V8, the original Chrysler HEMI. This is a
1956 Chrysler Hemi balanced & blueprinted, built for the polished
6-71 Littlefield Blower. Massive Brooks Rods handle the 700
horsepower capability of this engine. The Blower makes 6lbs of boost
and is good for up to 10lbs. This is a SERIOUS machine that is a
pleasure to drive, however, accelerates with EXTREME caution; it is
not a car for the inexperienced driver.
The exterior showcases quality paint throughout. This is a Gibbon's
Body 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe in vivid yellow.
The quality is evident throughout this build, including underneath.
The 4-link rear suspension features chromed 4 bars with urethane
bushings. The GM Turbo 350 automatic transmission features a street
friendly 1800 rpm stall converter.
2005 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Convertible
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this
well-maintained 3rd generation Dodge Viper. This SRT-10 convertible
features exceptional factory black paint throughout and is powered
by its original 8.3 Liter 505HP V-10.
Approximately $5,000 was spent in late 2011 on a complete service
and tune-up by Dallas Chrysler Dodge. This car is in excellent
condition thorughout. It was issued a manufacturer buyback remark on
its title due to a found faulty window motor which kept causing a
short. That was since replaced and the current owner has
documentation to back this up. This Viper is ready to own, show and
Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of
Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to
visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in
The exterior showcases factory black paint throughout. The body
panels align correctly and the paint is in exceptional condition.
This is an always garaged Viper.
Factory forged aluminum wheels are fitted with ultra-performance
Michelin Pilot Sport tires sized at 345/30ZR19 & 275/35ZR18. There
is some rim scuffing photographed as well.
Open the doors to high performance. This Viper is a pleasure to
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. "
1957 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Wagon
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
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
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this show worthy
'69 Coronet R/T. This car showcases a professional 4-year ground-up
restoration to this beautifully detailed piece of Mopar Muscle
history. This custom built show car is an original 440 R/T and is
powered a professionally massaged 440 that makes a dyno-tuned 410
wheel horsepower on pump gas, conservatively tuned I might add.
Approximately 6300 miles have been logged on this amazing car, all
on Sunday afternoon drives and to the car shows. Enjoy our
presentation and feel free to call Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at
214-616-2317 for any details. Also, be sure to play our video/sound
clip just below to see this R/T in action.
Dodge's Coronet holds the unique distinction as being the first
Mopar to carry the R/T or Road and Track moniker. The R/T option was
introduced on the 1967 Coronet. This car keeps the tradition alive.
This is an original R/T 440 Coronet that has been restored to a
beautiful show quality car. This is a multi-awarding winning car
that has regularly participated in shows throughout the southwest.
The R/T package features big block 440 V8 power as standard
equipment (optional was the HEMI 426), heavy duty suspension,
beefier brakes, larger tires, and R/T badging. The Coronet R/T was
only offered for 4 production years, beginning in 1967 and ending in
1970, the glory days of the American Muscle Cars. Enjoy our
presentation of this amazing R/T. Read on!
Mark Renfroe Custom Paint & Body of Long Grove, Oklahoma is
responsible for the mile deep custom black base/clearcoat finish.
1969 Mercury Cougar Convertible
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.