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1965 Kirkham Shelby Cobra – Sold

Posted on Jul 11, 2016

Kirkham Cobra-5






427 Kirkham built in 2005 by Master Builder Stewart Hall. Only the best parts and labor used in this " no expense barred build." Key Components include:

Tony Oddo Built Shelby Aluminum Engine - specially configured for similar HP and Torque to original FE Side Oiler Engines:

Crankshaft - Forged
Rods - Forged
Pistons - JE
Camshaft - Crower Roller
Lifters - Crower Roller
Rockers - Crane Roller
Heads- Shelby Aluminum
Intake - Edlebrock 7105
Cathedral Bowl Carburator as Original
Distributor as Original with electronics upgrade
Harmonic Balancer and Pulleys as Original
Turkey Pan as Original
Spellings and Handing Air Cleaner
Oil Pan - Aviaid
Remote Oil Filter- As Original
Cubic Inches - 482
Compression Ratio -9 to 1
Fuel - 91 Octane

Drive Train - TKO 5 Speed Transmission

Suspension - Penske Adjustable Shocks


Derby Black Leather
Wilton Wool Carpet, Interior and Trunk
Custom Battery Cover


Highly Polished Exterior with Brushed Lemans Stripe
Highly Polished under hood with custom Black Epoxy

Absolutely one of the best built and nicest Kirkham 427 Cobras around...only 1,138 miles on the car and sb 100 registration - absolutely pristine condition!  Check out the video at:



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1967 Shelby GT500 – Sold

Posted on May 19, 2016

1967 Shelby GT500 Gable-7






Fantastic Original with Great History, Documentation and more The 1967 Shelby GT500 is a lot of things to many different people. To some its the ultimate muscle car/grand tourer, others love it for being the first Mustang to be powered by the 428. Many others are infatuated with the car for being the first of Shelby's legendary GT500, other love it for being the last of Shelby's LA build GT500s. While many others just love it for the beautiful, powerful styling and Legendary name associated with it. Whether you're a collector or enthusiast, and whatever your reasoning, there is no denying that they are one of the most iconic muscle cars of all time. This 1967 Shelby GT500 was shipped April 24th to Jim Lebens Ford. A special car from day one being a factory Wimbledon White with black interior, factory 4 speed GT500, this car was destined to be cherished by its proprietors, but it would be difficult for anyone to predict how well the car would be maintained and cared for almost 50 years down the road. Going by the accompanying documentation in the form of copies of original titles and the information in the Shelby World Registry, this car would end up in Corpus Christi Texas by 1982. Still in excellent original condition, it would remain located in that town until 1989 when it was purchased by John Clark Gable in Malibu California, son of Hollywood legend Clark Gable. There it would remain until 1996 when it was acquired by another California car collector who was drawn to it by the great original condition. Today, the car remains a very original example of the desirable 1967 Shelby GT500. From the factory applied Wimbledon White paint, showing some patina from the 47 years of aging and use to the great original interior, its a rare reference to how the cars were built back in the day. Per the World Registry, the motor has been removed, freshened and detailed to ensure it still runs strong. With great documentation from copies of titles back to 1982, to original stickers from the all over the car, this Shelby remains a great example of how they were built and how they can be maintained. With interesting owner history and a very desirable factory livery, its a truly rare and unique opportunity not to be over looked.

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1965 Roush Supeformance Shelby Cobra – Sold

Posted on May 19, 2016

Superformance Cobra-6






This Roush/Superformance collaboration takes the term Black on Black to a whole new level. Almost every part with the exception of the lettering on the gauges has either been painted black or black chrome plated. From the carbon racing stripes to the modern 18″ Michelin pilot rubber and giant Wilwood brakes, this Cobra manages to stand out from the sea of Cobra replicas.
Some of the upgrades that set this apart from a standard Superformance Cobra are the Roush assembled 427SR engine making 523 hp, 525lb-ft, which is hooked to a Tremec 5 speed gearbox that funnels all the power to a Dana Hydra-Lok rear with 3.46:1 gears. Suspension is adjustable coilovers by Bilstein and the wheels are custom 18″ American Racing 427-series pin drive wheels. Giant Wilwood 6-piston front calipers and 2 piece rotors. The glovebox door is signed by Jack Roush. A Roush quickshifter sits on top of the transmission tunnel. The clutch and flywheel have also been lightened.
The whole car weighs a featherweight 2450 lbs, and will run the 1/4 mile in 11.2 seconds. That's without traction, stability or launch control.
This Cobra carries a clean CA title and SB100 registration means it is smog exempt (in California). This insane Cobra has only covered 3100 +/- miles from new and is personally signed by Roush.

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1966 Corvette – Sold

Posted on Apr 22, 2016

1966 Corvette Stingray-4






Offering this beautifully restored 1966 L79 Corvette.  This is a matching numbers car with everything restored to its original condition resulting in a NCRS Top Flight Award at the Western Regional in 1996.  The only item not original to the car are the knock off wheels which are quality reproductions made by Corvette America.  The current owner purchased the car in 1988 and completed the restoration in 1994.  Since then, it has been meticulously maintained and kept in perfect condition – only 300 miles driven since restoration.  She is powered by a 350HP, 327 engine and a 4 speed manual transmission that run and drive great.  This is great example of an original C2 corvette, and an excellent opportunity to own and drive a rare piece of automotive history.

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1947 Mercury Woodie Wagon – Sold

Posted on Apr 15, 2016

Merc Woodie-1






Offering this beautiful 1947 Mercury Woody Wagon.  No expense was spared in the complete nut and bolt restoration.  Doug Carr of WoodNCarr led the restoration effort and the 239 flathead was rebuilt by H&H Flatheads.  Everything on the car is original.  She runs and drives and good as she looks.  With only 3400 built, this is a rare chance to own a true collector car.

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1967 Austin Healey BJ8 MKIII – SOLD

Posted on Nov 19, 2015

Austin Healey 3000 mkIII-1






We are offering a beautifuil 1967 Austin Healey BJ8 3000 - one of the last bj8 healeys built.  This is a matching numbers 4 speed car that has gone through a complete rotisserie restoration by Robert Davey and Christian Purer; the entire process documented on CD.  Runs and drives great.  We also have complete ownership history of the car since new in 1967.  One of the nicest Healey BJ8 cars in existence and the best color combo - white on red... one word awesome!

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1966 Cobra AC Replica by Excalibur – Sold

Posted on Oct 29, 2015

Excalibur Cobra-24






Beautiful 1966 Shelby ac cobra replica made by Excalibur.  Powered  by a 390 stroker motor built with close to 500hp paired with a tko trmec 6 speed.  It has a limited slip 8.8 differential. The cobra has close to 23k invested in the motor, transmission and kevlar clutch. It has power rack and pinion steering, a soft top, momo steering wheel, custom audio, and black knockoff wheels.  The cobra is very fast and handles extremely well.  The car is in pristine condition and a blast to drive.

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1955 Mercedes 190SL – Sold

Posted on Sep 30, 2015

1955 Mercede 190SL-19






In 1954, Mercedes introduced its two-door 190SL at the New York Auto Show. Fifteen months later the production version was displayed at the 1955 Geneva Auto Show.  This is one of only 1727 units made in it's inaugural year, 1955.   The car became very popular, outselling it's higher end counter part - the 300SL - by eight to one.  The 190SL production run lasted from 1955 through 1963. Most of the body-styles were open roadsters the rest were coupes. Under the hood is an 1897 cc four-cylinder OHC engine that was capable of producing around 105 horsepower. It took 14.5 seconds to go from zero to sixty and had a top speed of nearly 110 mph. Drum brakes were placed on all four corners of the 14 foot, one inch vehicle. Servo brakes were optional until 1956 at which point they became standard. In comparison to many other nameplates, this is a very low number, guarantying its exclusivity and rarity in today's standards. It was a beautiful sibling to the prestigious and awe-inspiring gullwing door 300SL.  

The restoration of this beautiful example was completed in 2012.  It is a 3 owner, numbers matching car, documented by Mercedes Benz.  Much care has been taken to ensure originality in the restoration process, from the original Bosch headlight trim rings down to the original spare and jack in the trunk.   The problematic Solex carburetors have been replaced with Webers to improve drive-ability, but the original carbs come with the car.  The 1955 year was unique in that it has the goldwing style seats, making this first production year even more collectible.  The car runs and drives great, with only a few hundred miles on it since restoration.  A show stopper from any angle that would make any collection proud.

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1969 RS Z28 Cross Ram – Sold

Posted on May 10, 2015






Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this investment grade 1969 RS Z28 Cross Ram.  This numbers matching Van Nuys built car is truly a rare piece of automotive racing history.  It is estimated that only 3,146 69 RS Z28’s were ever made.  This original black plate car has the added options of a Cross Ram intake and fiber glass hood with hood pins making it one of the most collectable Z28s money can buy.  The car has been through a complete frame off restoration.  The engine and drive train have been rebuilt.   The chassis has been refreshed with all new and correct suspension while the sub frame and control arms have been powder coated.  The master cylinder, brake lines and brakes have been restored using correct parts, and she has brand new BFG tires.   The exterior paint is show quality – a mirror like finish with no chips, waves or scratches.  The stripes have been painted factory correct and not cleared over.  The stainless and chrome on the car are also in show condition.   The deluxe interior has been tastefully restored in black (it was originally medium green).  This car is also equipped with an enduro front bumper, a tilt steering column, and has an original rosewood steering wheel – all of which are relatively rare options.  All of the gauges and systems, including the RS headlights, are in working order.   For those collectors looking to add the holy grail of 69 Z28 Camaros to their collection, here is the perfect opportunity.


By the numbers:

Engine Stamp – V011DZ:  302 Z28 built in Jan 1969, also carries correct partial VIN

Intake Casting – 3941126:  1969 GM cross ram

Carburetors – 3957859:  1969 Holly 4295’s

Tranny Stamp – P9A03B:  Muncie M21 built in Jan 1969, also carries correct partial VIN

Rear end Stamp – BE0119G2:  4:10, 12 bolt, Posi built in Jan 1969

Cowl Tag:

-          Paint Code – 57 57 (Fathom Green)

-          Trim Code – 722 (Medium Green Deluxe)

-          Body Build Date – 01C (3rd week of January)

Here's a video of the car running:



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1969 COPO Tribute – Sold

Posted on May 09, 2015






Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this absolutely stunning 1969 Nickey COPO Camaro tribute car with a real numbers matching 427 COPO motor.

In the 60’s and 70’s Nickey was a Chicago based high performance Chevrolet dealer responsible for some of the most radical street/strip cars known to exist. Specializing in High Performance 427 Camaros and Chevelles as well as a catalogue selling almost any high performance accessory a guy could imagine, Nickey Chevrolet may well have been the forerunner of 427 Camaros and Chevelles ahead of the likes of Yenko Chevrolet, Baldwin Motion, and Gibb Chevrolet.

In no small part was this feat accomplished with the help of one of the winningest racecar drivers of that era, “Mr. Chevrolet”, Dick Harrell. Early in the high performance 427 Camaro days, it was the team of Dick Harrell and Bill Thomas that masterminded the Nickey 427 Camaro. At that time, Bill Thomas was THE guru of big block Chevrolet race motors. This combination of engine builder and racer was of a fame that certainly could sell cars.

The unique tribute car we are offering is a near exact reproduction of a Nickey Stage II 427 Super Car, with the addition of a holy grail 1969 427 COPO motor (see below for numbers). With the telltale Winters foundry casting mark on the intake manifold and the iconic Turbo Jet/450 HP decal on the air cleaner, this is one of the most legendary, powerful, and buttery engines GM ever produced. Mated to a M21 Muncie 4 speed, power is sent to the wheels through a 12 bolt rear end with 3:73 posi gears.

The freshly completed restoration with only 200 miles since completion was painstakingly completed with attention to the last detail. Starting with correct Hugger Orange paint (code 72 72), COPO 9561 trim was meticulously added. Including RPO-D80 front and rear spoiler, cowl induction hood,  Enduro front bumper, COPO curved neck radiator, correct Hurst round bar shifter, and PRO-Z21 style trim.  Rounding off the exterior are a set of period correct style 15 inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wrapped in brand new Firestone Red –Line tires, while the Nickey decals are icing on the cake.

The interior has also been immaculately restored to correct black trim code 711. A set of underdash oil pressure and temp gauges, and a rare steering column mounted fuel gauge help you keep an eye on important fluids. A correct big block heater box and heater core keep you warm if needed while the gorgeous Rosewood steering wheel is paired with power steering and power disc brakes to give the car an intoxicatingly easy drive.

All you need to do is look at the pictures to see what a flawless restoration this Nickey COPO tribute car is. It is an absolute joy to drive and turns heads anywhere it goes. On top of that it has a beast of a motor that will lay rubber at a moment’s notice, and when you pop the hood at a car show, those “who know” know you are not messing around.

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