Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to present this 1977
Excalibur Phaeton Series III marketed on consignment with our
Arizona showroom, located in North Phoenix. Around 3,500 Excaliburs
were built in Milwaukee, WI that used engines and transmissions
from GM and were styled after the Mercedes-Benz SSK, a 1920's
Roadster designed by Ferdinand Porsche. When you set your eyes on
the Neo-Classical body, it's hard to know where to look. This Beige
Excalibur has two spare tire holders, side exiting exhaust headers,
a canvas roof, rear luggage holder and a front end that is very
Mercedes-reminiscent with horns, chrome grille and a hood ornament.
These cars are designed to turn heads like a Rolls Royce but could
be bought for the same as a down payment on the former! It's safe
to say the 454 CID V8 "big block" engine is a surprising thing to
see under the hood of this Excalibur Phaeton considering the square
footage but it fits in there! Estimated output is around
215hp/350lb ft of torque for the 1977 model according to statistics
sourced online. Parts are easy to find for Chevy motors and most
mechanics will know how to work on them when you're in a pinch.
Similarly, the 3-speed TurboHydramatic automatic transmission
provides reliable gear shifting. Inside this Excalibur, you'll find
some modern conveniences that you'll be grateful for such as a full
set of gauges, air conditioning, an AM/FM stereo, steering wheel
from a Corvette and a floor shifter. Tan vinyl seating is generous
with room for five people if needed and the detachable hardtop is
well constructed. If you're looking for a vehicle that will make
you feel like you're a movie star in Hollywood, California but
won't come with the expensive repair bills then this Excalibur is
worth looking at! Give our helpful and knowledgeable Sales staff a
call by dialing (623) 900-4884 for more information on this 1977
Excalibur Phaeton Series III for sale. Alternatively, emailing
[email protected] is a way to get any quick
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