Show quality body off the frame on a rotisserie restoration. The
owner is a collector and owns a successful collision shop. He built
this car for himself 10 years ago and it looks like it was done
yesterday! It was a real AS 396 to start with. The body is laser
straight. I know I've used that expression before but this one is
absolutely straight with a mirror reflection. Color is gorgeous.
All the trim has been color keyed. Handles, emblems, locks have
been shaved and filled. Bumpers are smoothed. Doors and trunk
operate by remote. The underbody, jambs and engine bay are painted
to match body. Has SS hood and sport mirrors. New windshield and
weatherstrips. Professional interior. Custom carpet installation.
Trunk upholstered to match. Has upgraded wood steering wheel,
custom stereo and for shifter. Tan convertible is tight as a drum.
Mechanicals are rebuilt. GM 350 with 350 hp crate motor. Upgraded
overdrive trans. Upgraded to 4 wheel disc brakes. Entire suspension
is rebuilt. Stainless lines. Fat exhaust with stainless mufflers.
New hoses, radiator, Holley carb, coated headers, fuel pump, wiper
motor etc. Has 17 inch Boyd Coddington wheels with G-Force
BFGoodrich tires. Practically everything on this car is new. It is
show detailed underneath and everywhere. It would cost. Very rich,
Power 4 wheel disc
12 bolt rear
Tilt wood wheel
Boyd Coddington wheels
Young enthusiasts and overseas collectors provide promise for our future, even if cars become self-driving
‘Art on Wheels’ collection ranges from ’29 Duesenberg J to ’71 Mercedes convertible
Neighboring museums work together for the first time and stage an intimate garden party and classic car show
Barrett-Jackson team announces that the notchback GT500 prototype will undergo restoration
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This car is a real ringer that could lead to bidders going back and forth a few rounds
All the elements are there to make the annual Wisconsin car show perhaps the best of its kind in the country
An modern, electric version of the Isetta already has fans lining up
The future isn’t grim, but it will be here sooner than you might anticipate