By Dave Ashton
Today’s roundup of American-made muscle cars.
We have a rather nice Dodge Charger restomod in great condition, a 1973 Dodge Challenger R/T, a 2005 Ford Mustang GT and a 1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible.
1970 Dodge Charger Restomod
This is set to be a 14 month restoration project which is being sold for $85,000. not the cheapest around, but an amazing amount of details coming to this ride is listed below. The seller says they will consider a trade for a numbers matching 4 speed Hemi.
‘Born 318/auto now Custom built 440 bored .030 over, polished Edelbrock dual quad carb setup, Wizard Cooling system, custom 2.5 exhaust system with electronic cutouts for that strait header rumble.
Completely rebuilt 727 TorqueFlite with B&M shift kit. Rebuilt/restored 8 3/4 rear end with new 3:55 Sure Grip posi. LED headlights and sequential LED tail lights. Real FC7 Plum crazy purple car now with painted black bumble bee stripe with black custom interior.
Modern leather power seats, custom gauge cluster, Flaming River wheel, brand new suspension with upgrades from Just Suspension and Hotchkis. 17 inch Year One Magum 500 wheels with power steering and power Wilwood discs up front. Everything new or rebuilt. Class winner at 2016 Boston World Of Wheels. Tens of thousands of dollars worth of receipts. Amazing car, very fresh and as nice on the botom as it is on top.’
Available here on craigslist.
1973 Dodge Challenger 440
Engine: 440 big Block
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Although this car has the hallmarks of an R/T it is a regular 440cu. engined car in great condition. The engine is said to be a ’67 440 which is being rebuilt with a mild cam and new carb., Headers Dual Exhaust, 355 Rear Posi., New Willwood 4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes.
Rare 2005 Ford Mustang GT Roush Stage 2
Engine: 4.6L 281Cu. In. V8
This fine ride has a $4500 custom paint job, Ford performance racing rear end with 3:73 gears, new clutch, brakes and tires. modifications include a full Bassani exhaust, Steeda Tri Axe shifter, Exedy clutch, JLT cold air intake, BBK throttle body, and SCT custom tune.
‘The Roush Stage 2 Mustang package includes all of the Stage 1 option content, plus a performance suspension that is second to none, as explained by RPP Engineering Manager Paul Burke.’
1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible matching numbers
Engine: 1964 GM V8
with 8 cyl r and transmission, with power brakes pump Hydro-vac, OEM rims, paint is good-fair loke 12 ft good looking not a showroom or perfect paint job in scale 1-10 is 7 the tires are almost new/good, , chrome all around engine, non factory A/C car, new gas tank, fuel pump, etc, etc daily driver, new OEM radiator and electro-fan, interior super clean and OEM, everything works, lights and all flow master exhaust, too many things to enumerate, this car runs flawlessly and drives smooth this’s a head turner unmolested all OEM, dash new radio. Over 20K invested in this beast, so make it yours for a fraction of the market price.
1964 GM V8 Cylinder Engine
Hydro-matic Automatic and brand new transmission
Black interior seat very nice color combination
A history of the car 1964
‘The new intermediate F-85 now rode a conventional body-on-frame chassis with a perimeter frame. Wheelbase grew to 115 inches (2,900 mm), overall length to 203 inches (5,200 mm), and weight by more than 300 pounds (140 kg). Both the aluminum V8 and the Roto Hydramatic were discontinued in favor of a new cast-iron small-block V8 of 330 cu. in. (5.4L) displacement and an optional two-speed Jetaway automatic transmission with variable-pitch stator. Buick’s 225 cu. in. (3.7 L) Oddfire V6 was the standard engine.
The body styles of the previous model returned, and a new Vista Cruiser, a stretched-wheelbase (120″/3048 mm) version of the standard station wagon featuring a raised rear roof with tinted skylights and a fold-down, forward-facing third seat, debuted on February 4, 1964. The 4-4-2 model, derived from the BO-9 police package, was also introduced in March 1964 (costing $285.14 in 1964), as an answer to the new intermediate muscle car market created by the Pontiac GTO that same year.’
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