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1932 Ford Deuce Coupe Custom Hot Rod 502 Big Block – $75000

Posted on Sep 09, 2018

1932 Coupe Hot Rod Black-2

 

 

 

 

 

We are excited to offer this stunning custom 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe with a massive GM performance Big Block 502 with aluminum heads, Holly Terminator EFI, and a full Aeromotive Phantom fuel system . This no expense spared Rats Glass bodied hot rod has a full Bobby Alloway chassis with an IFS rack and pinion, finned Currie rear end with polished aluminum center, Wilwood Disk brakes, RideTech coilovers, and Magnaflow exhaust.
The gorgeous custom interior with sage green leather and a one piece suede headliner has ample room compared to original steel bodied 32's. From power windows and doors, hidden BlueTooth audio, to a Vintage Air A.C. system, this sinister Deuce Coupe has all the modern creature comforts you need.
Rounding out the custom parts is a steel three-piece smoothed hood and a set of massive custom Budnik Wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich KDWs all painted in a deep coat of jet black paint laid down by KC's Paint Shop of Gas Monkey Garage fame.

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1966 Chevelle – $40,000

Posted on Jul 23, 2018

1966 Chevelle Turquoise-2

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this immaculate 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Resto-Mod in stunning Artesian Turquoise. Having gone through a comprehensive restoration top to bottom, this sleek muscle car remains true to its factory specifications on the outside and interior. Despite every piece of glass, carpet, trim and brightwork being replaced or re-chromed, it's under the hood and under the car where this build sets itself apart from your typical factory restoration.
The entire drive train has been updated to modern performance and safety levels including engine, transmission, rear end, suspension, brakes, and wheels. To kick things off, a brand new GM performance parts FB385 crate motor was spec'd for a serious power upgrade while retaining the traditional SBC 350CI look. GMPP aluminum heads, dual plane intake, hydraulic roller tappet cam, MSD HEI ignition, and Holley carb ensure day and night performance gains over the original stock motor.
Sending power from the new motor is a completely rebuilt Turbo 400 automatic transmission backed by a Gear Vendors underdrive/overdrive electronic kit enabling nice low RPMs while cruising the freeway. Putting the power down is a Chris Alstaon's Chassisworks FAB9 reinforced rear end.

Helping to keep the car planted are a full set of Hotchkis performance sway bars and springs as well as Edelbrock Performer IAS shocks. Finally a set of Wilwood rotors and calipers on all four corners ensure this Chevelle can safely come to a stop.
We have a massive folder filled with all receipt and invoices for every piece of work done to this immaculate car

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1962 Belair Bubble Top – Sold

Posted on Jun 01, 2018

1962 Chevy Bel Air Bubble Top Custom-2

 

 

 

 

 

1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubble Top Custom "Bubble Trouble"Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer one of the cleanest 1962 Bel Air Bubble Top customs in California. Winning multiple awards during its time on the show circuit including 1st place Radical Hardtop at Sacramento's Autorama and 2nd place Radical Hardtop at the Grand National Roadster Show in 2013. The body modifications are a list of literally every concievable custom mod including a 2.5" chop, 2.5" channel, tucked and frenched bumpers, frenched tail lights, nosed, decked and shaved, custom front bumper with '64 impala blades, solid billet side trim, and much more listed below. Finishing off the exterior is a deep PPG copper paint with gold pearl and matt clear contrasting all the brushed mickel plated brightwork.

The interior is just as radical with a full custom sheetmetal dash, console, package tray, and waterfall all painted to match the exterior. The seats are custom bucket jobs by Glide Engineering and match the Mercedes wool carpet and custom red-gold suede headliner. A bunch of Billet Specialties goodies round out the interior including a custom suede wrapped steering wheel, door handles, and stealth power window cranks.

The engine bay is where this immaculate 6-2 takes custom to the next level. Starting with a Dart Iron Eagle small-block 427 bored and stroked to 4.125/4.00, a set Chevy Performance splayed-valve, symmetrical-port heads give it an absolutely brutal exhaust note with an equally impressive power band. Only the best rotating assembly components were used including a Scat crank, Bill Miller pistons and Comp Cams 0.650-lift camshaft, topped with a hand built EFI manifold and custom built headers done by Jim Farley of Farley Performance and Engineering. Backed by mechanically satisfying Richmond 5-Speed racing transmission, the combo is good for 620 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque on the Dyno.

Putting all that power to the ground while staying menacingly low is taken care of by Ride Tech upper and lower control arms, custom fabbed four-link to a Ford 9" with 3.25 Auburn locker gears, and JRi coil over shocks. Steering is handled by a power rack and pinion and braking is taken care of by massive Sierra Racing Products disc brakes at all four corners. Finishing off the look are Billet Specialties Outlaw wheels in 18x9.5 at the rear and 18x8 at the front.  The perfectly tucked wheels are custom finished with brushed nickel lips and body color centers and wrapped in Falken Azanis RT 615K tires 275/35R18 rears and 235/40R18 fronts.

As you can see from the pictures, there are many more custom components and modifications all of which will be listed below. Linked is also an article on the car from Hot Rod Magazine's April 2015 issue. For more information please feel free to contact us at www.classiccarfusion.com or email Robb at fym95@aol.com.

 ENGINE:

 427 cubic inch- EFI

Dart Iron small block -bore/stroke 4.125/4.00

Chevy performance splayed valve heads

custom built EFI intake manifold

John Meany Big Stuff 3 Software

Custom built long tube headers 3 1/2" stainless exhaust

Ron Davis Racing dual electric fans

Scat crank / bill miller pistons / ARP everything

Richmond 5-speed

Dyno tuned to 620HP (540 RWHP) 500 ft. lbs TQ

 

BODY MODS:

 Chopped 2.5" Channeled 2.5"

Nosed / Decked / Shaved

Bumpers tucked and frenched

Tail lights frenched

Stock hood with '69 Z/28 cowl

Custom body lines on hood / roof / trunk

Removable rear quarter windows

Custom front bumper with '64 impala blade

custom built front turn signals

PPG copper with gold pearl and matt clear

All brightwork brushed nickel

solid billet side trim

Metal work, body and paint by Marcos Garcia at Lucky 7 Customs

Chop /channel / dash by Oz Welch at Oz customs

 

INTERIOR:

 Four leather Glide Engineering bucket seats

Custom suede headliner

Mercedes wool carpet

Power windows

Custom built dash / console / package tray / waterfall

Autometer gauges

Suede wrapped billet specialties steering wheel

Billet specialties door handles / window cranks

 

CHASSIS:

 

Ride Tech upper and lower control arms

Power rack and pinion

Custom fabbed four link

Ford 9" rear end with 3.25 Auburn locker gears

Four wheel disc brakes by Sierra Racing Products

JRi Coilovers shocks

Billet Specialties Outlaw wheels 18x9.5 rear / 18x8 front (brushed nickel lip, body color center)

Falken Azanis RT 615K tires 275/35R18 rear 235/40R18 front

 

ACCOLADES:

 

2013 GNRS 2nd in Radical Hardtop

2014 Portland 3rd in Radical Hardtop

2014 Portland ISCA Interior award

2013 Autorama winner Radical Hardtop

2013 Sacramento voted best handbuilt custom

2015 April Hot Rod Magazine feature

 

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1970 Corvette Convertible – SOLD

Posted on Jan 19, 2018

1970 Corvette White-7

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is offering this pristine 1970 Chevrolet Corvette with just over 63k miles. Finished in Classic White (972) with a red vinyl (407) interior this beautiful classic comes with a paint matched hard top with red headliner and a brand new black soft top.
Exterior options include a rear luggage rack, cowl hood, dual outside mirrors and 15x8 Rally wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/As in 225/70/R15. Other options include air conditioning, power steering, power brakes and AM/FM stereo with auxilary jack for an iPod or phone. The corvette also has a tilt and telescopic steering wheel.
The base option small block 350 was rebuilt by the previous owner and mated to a recently rebuilt 4 speed Muncie transmission. Other services performed on the car this past year include a complete tune up with many new parts, 4 wheel alignment, replaced rear springs, flushed and replaced brake fluid lines, new clutch (less than 100 miles), new starter, new battery, and new engine and transmission fluids.

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1997 Porsche 993 Turbo – Sold

Posted on Dec 15, 2017

1997 Porsche 993 Turbo-2

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this beautiful 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe 993 in spectacular Ocean Bleu Metallic (3AZ94). With just over 77k on the odometer this well maintained and garage kept Turbo is the last generation of the iconic air cooled Turbo charged 3.6L flat 6s from Stuttgart. This example is all original except for the tasty new AvantGarde wheels, although the original wheels are included in the sale.

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1970 Restomod Challenger – Sold

Posted on Oct 19, 2017

1970 Challenger-2

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this newly restored and resto-modded 1970 Dodge Challenger. Painted in a stunning Prowler Purple this iconic muscle car boasts a 360ci 380hp Magnum Crate Engine with 410+ ft-lb @ 4,400 rpm and 9.0 to 1 Compression Ratio. Power is sent to the ground through a 5-speed Tremec transmissioin with overdrive, and the car has been mini tubbed to fit 275/40-R18 tires in the rear and 245/45-R17 in the front. With substantial work done at Campbell Auto Restoration and finished by Apex Autosport in Wisconsin, this MOPAR has won multiple best of show awards because of its flawless build quality and fit and finish. Truly one of the nicest challengers ever built. This challenger has over 200k invested in it and trust me when you see it in person it shows....

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible – SOLD

Posted on Aug 23, 2017

1955 Chevy BelAir-2

 

 

 

 

 

For sale is a beautifully restored 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible in Gypsy Red and Shoreline Beige.  The body is in excellent straight condition with excellent gaps and show quality paint finish with small flaws from normal wear. Interior is also in excellent condition with correct reproduction trim to the car and excellent reproduction fabrics and materials. This gorgeous Bel Air has the original 265 V8 with a 2 barrel carburetor and column shift powerglide automatic transmission. Factory 15x5 steel wheels with Bel Air hubcaps are complemented by 3" whitewalls. The car has been retrofitted with Vintage Air air conditioning controlled from the factory dash levers and controls. A modern stereo with vintage look and feel has also been seamlessly integrated.  Runs and drives well - a great addition to any collection.

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1969 Pro-Touring Corvette : ZL1 Clone – Sold

Posted on May 30, 2017

1969 Corvette Convertible Red-6

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this newly restored and customized 1969 Corvette convertible ZL-1 clone. Completed in 2012, this street/road race car has a custom built Shafiroff Racing aluminum block 509 with all forged and coated internals, T&D Shaft valve train, roller street cam, and road race oil pan. Mated to a new Performabuilt 4L60E "Level III Invincible" automatic transmission with HGM controller and a Gearvendors 5th gear electric overdrive for highway cruising (75mph @ 2200rpm) this Trans-Am style C3 is as comfortable on the freeway as it is on your local road coarse. Backed by a Dana 44 with 4.11 gears and a REM polished and reinforced case, this car puts down 640HP at 5900rpm allowing it to run low 11 seconds in the 1/4 mile. Traction is put down through Mickey Thompson Street Radial ETs wrapped around lightweight Bogart LS6 17x11 wheels, while J-56 brakes with ti rotors and Hydroboost help bring everyting to a stop. The body has one off custom fiberglass Trans-Am style fender flares, front splitter and rear spoiler. The list of further modifications is extensive.

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1955 Ford F100 Pick up – Sold

Posted on Jan 29, 2017

1955 Ford F100-3

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Car Fusion is proud to present this awesome custom pro touring 55 Ford F100.  This truck was built from the ground up by Precision Auto Works in Colorado for San Jose Sharks hockey player Scott Hannan.  It is a no expense spared build featuring a 347 stroker and automatic overdrive transmission. The whole truck has been shaved including the tailgate and the flat black paint job is flawless. The interior is completely custom with custom bucket seats and a custom center console.  She has a perfect stance and ride height with massive rear tires to maintain traction on the road.  Other features include vintage air a/c, huge willwood disc brakes and billet specialty wheels.  She runs and handles like a true performance machine.... one of the baddest trucks around and a complete show stopper.

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1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible – SOLD

Posted on Dec 08, 2016

1968 GT500 Convertible Gold-6

 

 

 

 

 

Offering this original, numbers matching 1968 Shelby GT500 convertible.  This is a very rare piece as only 402 GT500 convertibles were made in 68, and this one has 2 serial numbers which was limited to only those cars built in late 67, and boasts the original gold color which was rarely ordered.  The 428 police interceptor as well as the rest of the drive train are original to the car.  The smog system has been removed, however, it does come with the car.  The interior as well is largely original with the exception of the newer sound system, however, nothing was cut out in the car and all of the original panels come with the car.  The car has been resprayed once and the top has been replaced (it was originally white).  She has been in the Shelby registry for over 30 years, and has only 66k original miles.  The car runs and drives great.  A true opportunity to add a one of a kind to your collection.

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