Offered here is one of the cleanest drivable monsters we have ever inventoried. This tuxedo black over red guts 1963 Corvette has been owned by the same enthusiast for the last 20 years. Recent build and restoration was completed last year at an extremely tasteful no expense spared fashion.
This is a classic example of automotive Beauty and the Beast offering a 800+HP street rod and visuals that offer beautiful stock lines with the hood closed. It wears subtly widened rear fenders to make room for much needed larger rear running gear to the factory twin grilled hood. This hot rod is drivable and enjoyable with adjustable Holly Pro EFI traction assist accompanied by turbo 400 transmission with as added overdrive to keep the cruising revs under control. The suspension has also been thoughtfully built to handle the power as well as your not-so-perfect city streets. The heart of this steroid injected Vette is a Corvette Conspiracy built 409ci small-block pressurized by custom built Procharger that can huff up to 22psi. The smarts are handled by Holly’s EFI management while the anchors are pulled from the C6 ZO6 to manage the power and handling of this wonderfully built resto-mod.
The build on this car is very fresh including paint, running gear, powertrain and much of the interior. This car does not need a trailer and is ready to be driven to your local cruise-in and watch the jaws drop as the cam says hello and your tail lights say goodbye!
Exceptionally clean example of a great 1999 Corvette in black exterior with tan and black 2-tone interior.
We sold this car in 2013 to a local customer when it had 22k miles on it, and he loved it but had to own a Porsche, so he traded it back in to us just recently. Clean Carfax, no stories.
The car is all original paint and completely stock except for a couple minor cosmetic touches including chrome exhaust tips, Stainless steel rear exhaust enhancer plate, and Z06 chrome wheels. We just fitted brand new tires on the car (BF Goodrich G-Force Sport Comp2 - photos were taken before tires were installed). The car is also optioned with the desirable sport seats as well as fog lights. It is completely up to date on service and needs absolutely nothing except a new owner to drive and enjoy it.
Seriously, this car is as clean as they get. The black paint has been professionally polished by our award-winning in-house detailer and has no swirl marks and reflects like a mirror. All books and both keys are included.
1999 Mallett 435 Corvette - #15 of 45.
This car is a wonderful product of the american tuning wars between Chuck Mallett, John Lingenfelter, John Hennessey, and Reeves Callaway, and was produced right here in Northeast Ohio. Chuck and Mallett Cars has an extensive background in Chevrolet tuning and racing. In the mid 1980s, Mallett Incorporated became actively involved in professional racing as paid consultants for the Chevrolet racing division, and competed in the Corvette Challenge series. In the 1990s, Mallett Motorsports was created to service clients from the Trans-Am and World Challenge Series, as well as NASCAR and Winston Cup Championship events. Mallett Motorsports became well-regarded for their expertise in chassis design and tuning, and the construction of vehicles which will not only survive, but win legendary endurance events such as the Daytona 24-Hour endurance race, the 12 Hours of Sebring, the 24 Hours of Mosport, and the 24 Hours of Mid-Ohio.
This is an exceptionally clean and low mileage Mallett 435hp Corvette. We have a stack of documentation which includes the original sales invoice, original window sticker, all Mallett receipts and the Mallett window stickers, and all service records. Additionally, it is registered with the Corvette Museum as noted by the plaque on the a-pillars. It is spectacularly clean top to bottom, inside and out, and is up-to-date on service and ready for the next collector or driver owner to enjoy.
The first owner took delivery through Jack Sullivan Chevrolet on Nov 12, 1998, and had the dealer install the C5 door sills. He almost immediately sent the car to Chuck Mallett, and had the 396hp conversion started on Dec 31, 1998, for a total of $19,420.00.
In the summer of 2000, he had Tom Henry Chevrolet install a Corsa exhaust and the 1-4 skip-shift eliminator.
Apparently 396hp wasn't enough for him, so in Mar of 2001, with 8800 miles on the car, he sent it back to Mallett to upgrade to the 435hp package, at an additional cost of $30,447.74!
This car was traded in to Bobby Rahal Automotive in 2004 with just over 14k miles, and purchased by the most recent owner who kept it in his care until trading it on a C7 Corvette. He drove it extremely sparingly, as it now just has 14,700 miles. We had our preferred shop go over the car and service it to make sure it is ready to party for the new owner.
Mallett 435 #15 optional ugrades in addition to the standard 435hp package:
Factory Z51 Front/Rear Leaf Springs
Z51 Power Steering Cooler
Z51 Rear Swaybar and bushings
Penske/Mallett Double Adjustable Shocks
18x9.5 and 18x12 3-piece Polished Wheels
Mini-tubs for rear wheel housing
Mallett braided Stainless Steel brake lines
Clear Anodized Mallett shifter
Mallett 427 Carbon/fiberglass hood
Long-tube mild steel Jet-Hot coated headers
4-core custom radiator
Slotted and Zinc-plated rotors
Heatmaster Heat Shield tunnel close out
Specter Werkes Exposed Headlamp Modules
2006 Corvette Convertible in excellent condition. Clean Carfax, non-smoker car that has just been serviced and has new tires on all four corners. Original paint, completely stock, and very clean inside and out. Options include Navigation, Heads-up display and heated seats. No-stories car that needs nothing for the new owner to drive and enjoy.
This 1966 Ford Mustang fastback has been restored with GT350R styling in mind and features a professionally built 302 V8 with four
beautiful Weber 44IDF carburetors. Originally started with vintage track duty in mind, it was completed with the focus of being an exceptional street car. The car was purchased largely complete from an Ontario Ford dealer, and was originally a C-code 289 Fastback. Finished with the help of multiple Pebble Beach award-winning shop RX Autoworks, the car is impressively specced with stainless steel headers, a Borg Warner T5 5-speed, big brakes, upgraded suspension, and many excellent details. With less than 3500 miles on the clock since completion in 2012, this car checks all right boxes and was built to an incredibly high standard.
Wimbledon White with Guardsmen Blue painted stripes are how the car was originally finished, and we added high quality dark red vinyl top and side stripes for our personal taste. If the new buyer prefers the traditional blue center stripes, the red ones are easily removable.
A GT350R fiberglass front valence flows more air to the radiator and is similar to what the competition cars had in period. Cap-less 15×8 Torq Thrust D rims with Trans-Am style deep lug nuts are well chosen, as are the stainless mesh radiator grilles and hood/trunk pins. R-model style vented Lexan rear window and spun aluminum side mirrors are nicely executed. A new windshield and windows, as well as the complete chrome surround for the windshield, are still in original packaging and are included in the sale.
A full Stewart-Warner round gauge cluster was fitted and looks awesome behind a 65-spec Shelby wood-rimmed steering wheel. Carpets, headliner, and dash top were all new in 2012, along with the Sparco Evo race seats. Other cabin details include a Total Control pedal set, Hurst shifter, reupholstered GT350 R fiberglass rear seat delete with side panels, R-code dash, and Sabelt six-point harnesses. The whole interior and exterior feel is period-correct, and other than the modern seats, there are no immediate give-aways to the fact that this car might be called a resto-mod. The majority of gawkers think it's a real Shelby, and it of course drives far better than an original, stock GT350.
Underneath the fiberglass hood, a Total Control aluminum brace structure surrounds the balanced 302 running aluminum SVO heads, four Weber 44IDF carbs, JBA mid-length stainless steel headers, and a billet MSD distributor with rev limiter. Other quality items include a cast aluminum Cobra oil pan, Griffin aluminum radiator with large 16inch Spal electric cooling fan and more. Power is sent through a T5 5-speed with a hydraulic clutch system. Final drive is by a 3.9:1 geared limited slip differential.
Handling and driveability is exceptional thanks to an upgraded suspension and braking system. The car runs QA1 shocks, tubular upper control arms, Global West 1.25inch front sway bar and adjustable track rods, boxed lower arms and 560 lb. in. springs in front, with 4 ½ leaf springs, urethane bushings and heavy duty shackles in back. Steering has been converted to rack and pinion with a bump steer kit and collapsible tilt column.
Braking is achieved with 11inch vented and slotted rotors up front, and 10inch drums in the rear. A billet Wilwood brake master cylinder with adjustable bias lets the driver choose their preferred setup.
Additional build details include a Fuel Safe 22 gallon cell with remote fill kit, trunk-mounted Moroso differential vent, functional front and rear brake cooling ducts, JBA stainless steel 2 ½ exhaust system and sticky Toyo Proxes R888 tires. Sold with extensive build process documentation, the car has been driven less than 3500 miles since completion and is fully sorted and ready to go. The Webers have been synced perfectly and have never given me a single hiccup. Even after storing it this past winter (properly, in a heated warehouse with race gas and fuel stabilizer), the car fired up instantly and has always run like a bat out of hell.
I purchased the car with about 900 miles on it since the build, and put just under 2500 miles on it in a year. It originally came with rear-exit dual exhaust, which I swapped out for side-exit glasspacks. The car is almost obnoxiously loud and induces stupid grins and silly laughs every time I get on the throttle.
1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0L Convertible-Reef Blue with White interior and top. 297 actual documented miles since new. This 2-owner car is as new and recently gone through to ensure the best for the next owner. Always properly stored in a climate controlled garage. The P44E option package (LX 5.0L Convertible) was the least produced in 1993, with only 561 rolling off the assembly line in the final year of production. This is a must for any car collector. Both keys and original window sticker are included.
This 2008 Shelby GT500 KR came to us on trade from a large Shelby collection. It has 360 actual, original miles. It is perfect, as to be expected for the collector mileage. It is quote-unquote in the wrapper, as all the plastic on the interior pieces is still on the car, and the books and key fobs have not been unwrapped either. With only 1000 of these made, this is a great car to add to any Shelby collection. Below is the info on the KR model, credits to Car and Driver magazine:
In 1967, the New York auto show played host to the launch of the original GT500KR, a version of the Shelby Mustang powered by a 428-cubic-inch Cobra Jet V-8 rated at 335 horsepower. With the '08 model's supercharged 5.4-liter V-8 underhood wearing a Ford Racing Power Upgrade Pack (revised ignition timing and throttle calibration, plus a cold-air intake), the 2008 KR outdoes its predecessor by 205 horsepowerâ€”a margin greater than the entire output of some V-8 Mustangs of the 1980sâ€”with 540. That herd travels rearward through a six-speed manual with a short-throw shifter to a shorter 3.73:1 rear end (stock is 3.31:1) for quicker giddyap, while snorts and whinnies get an extra edge from a revised exhaust system. The King knows that some of its subjects wind and dip, so the GT500KR gets a unique Ford Racing suspension tune. The production Shelby GT500 was maximized to deliver the perfect balance between ride and handling, says Jamal Hameedi, chief nameplate engineer, Ford SVT. In that same ride-versus-handling continuum, the KR will lean heavier toward all-out handling while still making it drivable on the street. Beyond the yawning hood vents and racing stripes already in place on lesser GT500s, the GT500KR gets the signature hood, reminiscent of the original KR, in carbon fiber with two forward-looking mail slots at the leading edge of the hood feeding the blown 5.4's appetite for air and twist-down hood pins for a more secure racer flair. The stick-through pins on the Shelby GT we tested recently actually vibrated out of their posts on rough roads. The Cobra badges in the grille and on the fenders add wings proclaiming them as the badges of not just any Shelby Mustang but the 40th-anniversary GT500KR. Rocker stripes on the Shelby mimic those on the original car, right down to the typeface used for the lettering. The Triton engine uses four valves per cylinder (versus three in the iron-block truck version) and the cylinder heads from the Ford GT, which has an aluminum block.
Bi-turbo V12 with more torque than you will ever need.
Very good condition car that is all original paint except for the trunk. Clean Carfax and no accidents, and a non-smoker vehicle. We just took the car on trade from one of our customers in Nevada. In the last year it's had a full service done, including brand new Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, new power steering pump, new front brake pads, headlight washer pumps, air filters and cabin air filter, and fresh oil change. It also just had a new battery installed.
The car is in very good condition for the mileage, and shows normal wear, including leather wear on the steering wheel and driver's door handle. The paint is in very good condition, although upon close inspection you will find some etching in the clearcoat on the flat surfaces. There are two small bubbles in the paint where moisture built up, one in the front edge of the sunroof seal, and the other at the trailing edge of the passenger C-pillar.
The car includes all books as well as recent maintenance receipts. This is a great luxury cruiser with gobs of hp and torque, in a classy design that in my opinion has cleaner lines than the newer model CL.
2015 Mercedes G63 AMG - 2-owner car which has been owned by two of our repeat customers. Purchased new and owned until 7900 miles in California, this car is blemish-free, original paint, has a clean Carfax, and has never been smoked in. Excellent condition inside and out, and all up-to-date on scheduled maintenance.
Excellent example of an unmodified and well-maintained 1996 993 in rare and desirable Arena Red Metallic. This car was purchased new locally and remained with the original owner until we acquired it from him in 2015. We sold the car to a regular local client of ours who just traded it back in on another Porsche.
The car is in fantastic condition inside and out, both cosmetically and mechanically. The engine is dry and the underside is clean since the car has only been a summer driver.
We have all service records showing that it was maintained at Fred Baker Porsche and Steinel's Autowerks and verifying the original mileage. The car is all stock down to the original radio, and includes the original window sticker, both keys, radio code card, all original manuals, complete tool roll with all tools, air compressor, microfiber rag, plastic gloves, spare tire, and jack.
Arena Red Metallic
Frey/Black Interior - Partial Leather
AM/FM Radio Cassette Player
Torque Limited Slip with ABD
17inch Wheels w/Cup Design Rims
Full Power Seat - Left
Rim Caps with Porsche Crest