This is a documented GT S-code 390, 4-speed car born candy apple
red. Rust free original metal. San Jose built, stored in Nevada,
lived in Arizona. Believed to have less then 34,000 original miles,
documented by title. Just finished a professional show quality
restoration. $4,900 complete engine rebuild on 3-22-17. Bored .30
over, new pistons, lifters, bearings, valve job etc. Has receipt.
New master cylinder, shifter bushings, repaired steering linkage.
This car is dialed in and ready to drive. Body and paint are
outstanding. Pristine fit and finish. Excellent chrome and trim.
New weather strips and window seals. Interior is completely
restored with new upholstery, cushions, carpets, door panels,
headliner, dash pad handles, seat belts etc. Very tastefully
upgraded gauge cluster, Ididit tilt with deluxe wheel and a retro
stereo. Clean trunk compartment with new mat and spare tire cover.
Detailed motor compartment. Very clean, painted underside.
Excellent mechanical condition. Upgraded Edelbrock carb and intake.
Upgraded Borgeson power rack and pinion steering. New dual exhaust
with Flowmaster mufflers and GT tips. Fresh tune up. Turn key ready
for show and go. Less then 1% were 390 cars. How many red 4-speeds
Power disc brakes
Tilt Deluxe wheel
GT fog lamps
Corvette museum gets back a car it gave away
Everything around it burned, but the 103-year-old car made it through
1926 Rolls-Royce has a long and fascinating story of racing, war and ocean travels
Wade Kawasaki and his team will continue to run the vintage vehicle tire supplier
Around 1,000 vehicles will cross the auction block by Saturday late afternoon
The first pre-production hardtop to receive a Ford serial number will be offered at no reserve during the Scottsdale auction in January
The sale also raised thousands for charity
Racers, rider, photographer will discuss career opportunities