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1969 Pro-Touring Camaro – Sold

Posted on Mar 25, 2015

 

1969 Camaro LS2-9

 

 

 

 

 

Nicknamed the Carbon Fiber Camaro, this is an excellent example of what a pro-touring 1969 Camaro should be all about.  It was originally built by Miranda out of Florida, the same company that built the 67 Nova that made the great 8 last year at the Detroit Autorama and also was a finalist in the Barrett Jackson cup.  This car was later cloned by them with the second rendition coined the Carbon Copy Camaro.  This car has only 7k miles on it since the build was finished. The body and paint are laser straight. The fit and finish is incredible. The car features a built LS2 with close to 500hp and a 6 speed Tremec transmission.  The LS2 also has a Billet Specialties tru trac serpentine setup. It has Ride Tech front suspension with a Hotchkis front sway bar.  The rear has a Ride Tech 4 link with a 9 inch Moser rear end.  Qa1 adjustable coil over front and rear shocks.  The car has a flawless mini tub and fits 20x12 Boyd Coddington wheels with 315 tires.  The fronts are 18x9.  The Camaro has Baer brakes with 4 piston fronts. The car also has a Vintage Air setup.  Other upgrades include carbon fiber Ultra Lite gauges, aluminum radiator, 3 inch exhaust and headers, custom center console wrapped in leather and rebuilt factory seats with hounds tooth. The Camaro also has DSE electric motor RS headlights. The battery has been relocated to the trunk.  This is your chance to own one awesome pro touring Camaro.  There was no expense spared on this build.

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2013 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca – Sold

Posted on Jan 25, 2015

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Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this extremely rare and already collectible 2013 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition in an elegant and subtle black with reflective matte silver hood and side stripes.
The Laguna Seca edition of the Boss 302 is a track oriented limited production run from 2012 and 2013. With only 750 cars built during 2013, and having subtler color accents, this final production year makes this car all that much more desirable, especially with only 4000 miles on the odometer.
While the Boss 302 engine is enhanced with an upgraded intake system, forged rotating assembly, CNC ported heads, revised camshafts and a high flow "runners in the box" intake taken from the 302R racecar, the Laguna Seca edition is further upgraded with Recaro sport seats, a Torsen 3.73:1 limited-slip rear differential, Tremec 6-Speed with a short throw shift kit, revised suspension tuning with unique spring and damper rates, and a larger rear stabilizer. The Laguna Seca edition also loses it's rear seats, which are replaced by a Ford racing cross-car X-brace to increase structural rigidity by approximately 10%.
This perfectly factory tuned race car for the streets was delivered with 19x9-inch front and 19x10 inch rear light-weight alloy wheels with R-compound ultra high-performance tires. The current owner however upgraded the tires to massively sticky 335/30-19 rear and 285/35-19 Michellin Pilot Super Sport Plus tires. Ford Racing front brake ducts help cool the 14-inch 6-piston BAER vented and drilled brakes.
This is an incredible opportunity to own the ultimate rendition of Ford's outgoing S197 chassis, tuned from the factory to it's most potent track ready iteration with almost a decade of suspension and drivetrain development. This will undoubtedly be considered the most perfectly balanced and greatest handling solid axle Mustang ever built.  Close to $20k in upgrades on this boss 302... ghost cam tune, JLT intake, Eibach adjustable racing suspension, full roll cage, 6 piston Baer brakes, massive 335 michelin sport tires on rear with 285's up front. The roll bar was installed at Canepa design in Santa Cruz, ca.
Don't miss this chance to add this iconic car to your collection, or thrash it's 444HP @ 7,500RPM screamer of a motor around your local track and see Porsche drivers cry.

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2009 Supercharged Dodge Challenger – Sold

Posted on Jan 25, 2015

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Classic Car Fusion is offering this 6-speed, fire breathing, tire roasting, 670HP Procharged 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 - 6.1 Hemi in stunning Hemi Orange with only 10,600 miles.
This already potent Hemi powered muscle car has been expertly tuned at TPS Motorsports with Procharger's HO intercooled centrifugal supercharger kit with only 6 lbs of boost. To ensure bullet proof daily driving reliability, the motor has been upgraded with a Comp Cams 112-501-11 Extreme Fuel Injected camshaft, complemented by Comp Cams HiTech pushrods, uprated valve springs, and high performance steel valve spring retainers. Finally the whole package has been meticulously tuned and mapped on the dyno, and the whole car has been wet sanded flat and has no factory orange peel.
Ordered from the factory with the optional 21X tack pak, this beast of a car has a 3.92:1 axle ratio with DEC and WP2 20" wheels with the optional GT slotted BREMBO big brake kit. Weighing in at just under 4,150 pounds, the Dodge Challenger is the biggest and roomiest of the new breed of 2 door American musclecars, balancing its menacing looks with comfort and practicality.
This is an excellent opportunity to own a sleeper with 670 dyno proven supercharged and intercooled horse power. Ride around town in complete unobtrusive comfort, or flick your ankle to unleash thick clouds of good ole American tire smoke. This is your chance to live your inner Bo Duke fantasy, albeit with more than double the horsepower. The engine bay has also been signed by the President and CEO of Chrysler's SRT division Ralph Gilles.  Over $20,000 invested in upgrades on this car with the supercharger, wheels, and custom hood/paint.  See the Dyno of the car at http://youtu.be/SPAadZ6v78c

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Kurt Busch NASCAR – Sold

Posted on Sep 23, 2014

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Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this professionally restored 2000 Kurt Busch Roush/John Deere #97 Winston Cup Series NASCAR.

This is Kurt Busch's rookie year car where he made his debut into NASCAR in the Winston Cup Series replacing Chad Little mid season. The iconic John Deere livery on this Ford Taurus has a Roush Kraft chassis cradling a Roush/Ford all aluminum 430 cid 850 hp 830 ft-lbs carbureted dry sump V8 with newer SC1 Roush heads.

This extremely fast and well sorted NASCAR has a who's who list of racing goodies including a Tex Racing T101 transmission, tilton clutch and flywheel, 8,738rpm limited MSD 6T ignition, Wilwood Pro Lite calipers and master cylinder, Detroit locker 4.33 and 5.00 differentials, and Eibach springs with Brenner shocks.

This now vintage Roush Winston Cup Car has been restored to exacting specifications by Gary Trout of Gary Trout Autosports in Cross Plains, IN. The caliber of the restoration is of the highest quality with special care towards safety and reliablility. During the restoration a passenger seat with full restraints was added for some extra fun. The entire vehicle was then wraped in a fresh and original to 2000 John Deere #97 livrey.

With only 2 hours on the engine since a complete rebuild this classic Kurt Busch Winston Cup NASCAR comes with a spare rebuilt engine, a spare set of wheels and tires and some brand new spare clutches and braided hose.

Also included in the sale is an air conditioned race trailer and everyting in the pictures below.

Now is your chance to own a classic 850 hp Winston Cup NASCAR in perfect running condition. With the iconic green and yellow John Deere livery this is an unbelievably fun track car for an incredibly affordable price. Soon to be eligible in vintage racing series across the country, this Kurt Busch rookie year car is sure to be a solid investment.

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1966 Ford Mustang Vintage Race Car – Sold

Posted on Aug 25, 2014

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Classic Car Fusion is offering this extremely cool vintage road race prepped 1966 Ford Mustang coupe. This turn-key street legal race car with black California plates has over 150k invested in it, and is eligible for open track events, vintage racing, SCCA track days, or use as a completely streetable hotrod.

At first glance you can't help but notice the imposing and impressive 275/45/17 Hoosier slick road race tires on all four corners, hinting and it's road race pedigree. Wrapped around custom offset 17x8.5 PSE wheels and Willwood Superlite disc brakes all around, the ample grip and stopping power is backed up by a host of Global West road racing suspension components including tubular lower A-arms, strut rods, subframe connectors, and 650lb rate coil springs. Further suspension upgrades and mods include modified front shock towers, 1970 Mustang "big bearing" spindles, Traction Master traction bars, custom fabricated Maier racing panhard bar, and Koni racing shocks on all four corners.

Supplying power to the massive sticky tires is a fully built and Dyno tested 351 Windsor small block with custom ported Edelbrock Victor aluminum heads, forged flat-top 10:1 compression pistons and a huge solid lifter flat tappet race camshaft with stainless roller rocker arms. In keeping with the race prepped engine, other racing goodies include a custom built power steering system with Saginaw type pump and remote reservoir, a large capacity oil cooler with HP-6 oil filter system, ported and heat coated Edelbrock Victor intake manifold, MSD 6AL ignition and a Holley 750 CFM HP carb. Rounding out the engine bay is a race spec water pump, Boss 302 harmonic balancer, Ford racing 140 amp alternator, custom aluminum radiator, and stainless braided hoses and AN fittings throughout the car. The rest of the drive train is more than capable of handling the power at wide open throttle and starts with an aluminum flywheel with light weight scatter shield, backed by a close ratio 4 speed Top-loader with road race gears and a custom built kevlar clutch. A custom built steel 3" driveshaft then sends power through a 9 inch rear end with 370-1 Ford gears and Tru-Trac posi.

Moving on the the exterior we have 2 inch widened kevlar front fenders from Maier racing along with an R-model front racing apron and steel framed fiberglass hood. Making this race car lighter still is a Lexan rear windshield and gutted door glass.(which does come with the car). An exterior mounted electric cut off switch on the tail light panel insures safety and racing compliance.

Finally the interior is kept to a bare minimum with an SCCA sanctioned roll cage, 5 point harnesses and a fixed back racing bucket seat for the driver. The original dash and all gauges are in perfect working condition with the addition of a column mounted Autometer tach and a trio of custom mounted coolant gauges on the golvebox. For further safety and weight distribtion, a Fire Safe 22 gallon fuel cell is mounted in the trunk along with an enclosed relocated battery.

As you can tell, this is a well sorted race and track car eager to be taken to the limits. This is your chance to own an unbelievably fun, fast, and loud car for a fraction of the cost it took to build it.

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1969 Z28 Numbers Matching – Sold

Posted on Mar 23, 2014

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Classic Car Fusion is offering this immaculate numbers matching incredibly original 1969 Camaro Z/28 in stunning Hugger Orange. Designed from the factory to compete in the notoriously competitive SCCA Trans-Am series, the solid-lifter 302-cid V-8 with a monstrous 850-cfm four-barrel carb was a Z/28 exclusive. It’s road-racing roots are evident in the peaky engine and the undisputable fact that the Z/28 suspension package made it one of the best-handling cars of the muscle car era.

With a single repaint in it’s extremely well cared for life, this gorgeous original California black plate Camaro has a few extra rare options including a rare flat hood. Interior options include rear fold down seats and a set of quad center console gauges displaying fuel, oil, temp, and battery levels. Under the hood an original emissions compliant Air Injector Reactor system reduces exhaust and crankcase emissions to meet 1969 California and federal air pollution emission standards.

This Z/28 comes with the original body broadcast copy and original Protecto Plate with dealer paper work. After adding $458 to the $2,726 base price of a Camaro coupe in 1969, this RPO Z/28 includes the F41 handling suspension with E70X15 raised-letter tires on seven-inch wide wheels, quicker steering, twin rally stripes and front disc brakes. The high revving race ready solid-lifter 302 with a 850-cfm four-barrel carburetor is exclusive to the Z/28, and backed by a close-ratio Muncie four-speed manual transmission with a Hurst shifter, sends plenty of power to the wheels through a 12 bolt rear end with 3.73:1 gears.

Good enough for 14.8 seconds at 101 mph in the quarter mile, the Z/28 was a road-racer first, and a street car second. Yet it’s racing pedigree and excellent handling ensured that 7,199 Z/28s were sold in 1968, and sales nearly tripled for the 1969 Camaro Z/28.

With the highly sought after single year styling, race proven engine and handling, and iconic color this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is arguably the most desirable Z/28 of all. This is your chance to own a piece of automotive and motorsport heritage.

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1967 Shelby GT500 – Sold

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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Classic car fusion is excited to offer this immaculately restored 1967 Shelby GT-500 Mustang Fastback with a 428 8v Cobra LeMans Police Interceptor big block and a 4-speed manual transmission.  Number #1302 in the Shelby registry.

The gorgeous Wimbledon White paint is like new thanks to a very recent full rotisserie restoration undertaken in January of 2013. From the engine bay to the undercarriage, the wheel wells to the trunk, no piece was left unrestored or unpainted.

The undisputed king of Ford musclecars came with a host of performance upgrades included in the base price for the GT500. This includes a competition handling package, integral roll bar, tachometer with trip odometer, oil pressure and ammeter gauge, extra cooling package, deluxe interior, deluxe woodgrain GT500 Cobra steering wheel, and remote controlled outside rear view mirrors.

This particular GT500 was preordered from the dealership in November 1966 with a few extra performance options including power disc brakes, power steering, a 4 point shoulder harnesses, fold down rear seats, Thermactor exhaust system, radio, and Parchment Décor front bucket seats.

The 7 liter dual quad 428 lump pushes close to 500hp despite the comically low horsepower rating of the late 60’s at only 335hp to pass regulations.  With more than enough power to light up the tires wherever you go, this is a great opportunity to own a piece of Shelby history, and one of the most beautiful and coveted American muscle cars every built.

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1967 Mustang Fastback “Eleanor” – Sold

Posted on Feb 12, 2014

CamStancePhotography.comThis is one of the finest recreations of Eleanor that you will ever lay eyes on.  We started with a 67 S code fastback - a rust free, California car.  She was completely taken apart and stripped down to bare metal.  The body and paint work on this car is flawless.  Every gap lines up correctly, the new fiberglass parts fit seamlessly onto the car, there are no ripples, chips or flaws in the paint.  In addition, every jam, lid, and well has been meticulously finished and she is painted the correct Dupont pepper gray and black.  All new glass and trim was installed including the vent window frames.  The interior has been completely refinished sporting lots of Shelby parts.  The glove box is signed (and is documented), Shelby Classic Instrument gauges, Shelby signature seats, Shelby cobra wheel, and of course the signature "Go Baby" shifter.  All panels were refinished or replaced and the carpet and headliner are new as well.  Under the hood, she has a 351 Windsor with a high performance cam, Shelby valve covers and air cleaner, all cooled by a custom Griffin aluminum radiator.  The engine has been painted pepper gray with black accents to match the exterior of the car.  Behind the engine is a Tremec 5 speed and a 9" rear end.  Underneath, all of the control arms and bushings have been replaced, sub frame connectors added as well as sway bays.  She has Wilwood 4 piston brakes at all four corners as well as a Wilwood master cylinder.  This car is a true joy to drive and will turn heads at every corner.  Here's you chance to own a pristine example of one of the most famous movie cars of all time.

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1969 Camaro ZL1 Tribute – Sold

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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Classic Car Fusion is extremely excited to offer this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 replica.  This car is a tribute to the original 1969 ZL1 #9 with the correct Winters Foundry ZL-1 427, fully restored and in absolutely perfect condition.

This "tribute car" started with a rust free Georgia car built at the Norwood plant as an 8 cyl. Sport Coupe and originally coded as an x44 car just as were used for all original COPO builds including the 69 ZL-1s

The car went under a total ground up rotisserie restoration and is finished in a stunning coat of correct Cortez Silver (paint code 69).  The car has the original quarter panels, doors, trunk panels and floor.  A NOS GM ZL-2 ducted and operational hood was added for originality and to fit the massive 427.  All the glass is date coded new while the interior was restored in black using mostly GM parts.

The crown jewel is the engine, where the block is a correct L88 ZL-1 427 aluminum block made from the original ZL-1 mold (casting number 3946053), with period correct Winters open chambered aluminum heads (casting number 3946074) and period correct Winters intake (#198). In 1997 GM used the original ZL-1 block mold (but used today’s technologies and aluminum) to reproduce only 200 of these new blocks. The ZL-1 block in this car is extremely rare and is one of the 200 “updated” blocks poured from the (original) ZL-1 mold found in 1997 in storage at the Winters Foundry.

Equipped with a new GM forged cross-drilled crank, new forged GM dimple connecting rods, 10:1 TRW forged pistons and roller rockers, this engine is much more reliable than the barely street legal original ZL-1 motors.  The tach drive distributor is the correct item, the pulleys are of the deep grooved type and the carburetor is a Holley double pumper.  The correct exhaust manifolds are also installed mated to a 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust system. With such a rare block, the engine was professionally built and balanced while the transmission which is a fully rebuilt 4 speed M-21 unit has a new GM clutch and flywheel.  The rear end is also a completely rebuilt 12 bolt, BL coded, item with 4:10 gears and a new Eaton posi traction diff.  Every suspension part in the front and the rear has been replaced by brand new, correct items, including the entire brake system.  Everything on this Camaro has been rebuilt, redone or replaced.  With only 495 miles since being finished, this car drives absolutely flawlessly.

For a little history on the rarity and value of this care we have to step back to 1969.  In 1969, if a buyer wanted the “ultimate” Chevrolet Camaro, they could contact GM’s “Central Office Production Order” department, known as “COPO”.  A GM corporate edict forbade Chevrolet from installing engines larger than 400 cu in (6.6 l). Requests from dealers (notably Don Yenko) who were dealer-installing 427 cu in (7.0 l) engines in the Camaro caused Chevrolet to use an ordering process usually used on fleet and special orders (taxis, trucks, etc.) to offer 427 engines in the Camaro. Two Central Office Production Orders (COPO), numbers 9560 and 9561, were offered in the 1969 model year.

The COPO 9560 used an all-aluminum 427 cu in (7.0 L) big-block called the ZL-1 and was designed specifically for drag racing. The package was conceived by drag racer Dick Harrell, and ordered through Fred Gibb Chevrolet in La Harpe, IL, with the intention of entering NHRA Super Stock drag racing. Just 69 ZL-1 Camaros were produced, the engine alone cost over US$4,000 — nearly twice that of a base coupe with a V8. Though rated at 430 hp (321 kW) gross, the ZL-1 made 376 SAE Net HP in its "as installed" state. With exhaust changes and some tuning, the horsepower jumped to over 500.

The ZL1 engines were hand assembled in a process that took 16 hours each, in a room that Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov described as "surgically clean". All ZL1 engines were manufactured at the Tonawanda Assembly Plant before being installed in Corvettes, Camaros, or sold over the counter to racers.

Now let’s fast-forward almost 30 years…

In 1997 the Winters Foundry (that produced the 69 original ZL-1 aluminum blocks in 1969) decided to do some spring cleaning and get rid of some old block molds that had been unused for so many years.  One of the chief Chevrolet engineers that worked on the 1969 ZL-1 project got word of this and he then convinced Chevy to make these ZL-1 427 blocks again in "Limited Quantities."

Before they poured the new blocks the same engineer used his knowledge (and now almost 30 years of historical race info) of the blocks and decided to "update" the New ZL-1 blocks to make them stronger, more efficient and run cooler than the original 1969 blocks.

This beautiful car has one of those 200 extremely rare updated aluminum blocks, making it extremely collectible in its own right, especially considering it is a direct replica down to the last option of car #9 of the original 69 1969 ZL1s.  And while the original #9 Cortez Silver ZL1 Camaro sold at Barrett-Jackson on January 21, 2012 for $451,000 you can have this immaculate replica with the same legendary aluminum 427engine for less than a quarter of that price.

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1971 Barracuda – Sold

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this fully documented Car Craft Magazine 1971 Hemi Cuda with a Dick Landy built 426 Hemi. This ground up 1998 restoration was meticulously documented across 4 issues of Car Craft Magazine culminating in one of the most featured magazine musclecar builds.

Assembled by renowned Ultimate Rides in El Paso Texas this stunning Curious Yellow Plymouth Barracuda was prominently featured in Year One’s catalogues and Year One magazine ads. Also featured in Performance Suspension Technology’s catalogues and ads, this Cuda is extremely well known.

Built in partnership with the above mentioned Year One and Performance Suspension Technology, this is not your typical clone. Fully laden with every part they make for the cars including all new suspension, leather interior, electrical wiring and harnesses and sheetmetal.

Other goodies include a B&M Built 727 automatic transmission putting power through a Drive Train Specialists built 3.55 geared 8 ¾ Sure Grip differential. But the crowning jewel is the Dick Landy built 426 Hemi pushing an impressive 510 horsepower and 505 ft/bls of torque. Landy was perhaps the leading expert and builder of the venerable Hemi. Unfortunately Dick Landy passed away in January of 2007, but the engine he built sounds incredible and reacts like only a Hemi can when asked to. The distinctive Top Fuel inducing cackle of the legendary motor is a mechanical symphony and brings a smile every time you get on the gas.

Although not quite restored in the 21st century a few modern upgrades include a Griffin aluminum radiator and Baer disc brakes on all four corners, 13” up front and 12” in the rear. To fit the new big brakes a gorgeous set of 17” Centerline six spoke billet wheels were fitted and wrapped in 275/40/17 and 255/40/17 Kumho Ecsta rubber.

Needless to say this is an absolutely stunning driving and handling Barracuda with a master built 510 horsepower Hemi rumbling under the telltale Shaker hood. This is an incredible chance to own one of the most iconic muscle cars of the 70’s not to mention a car that was heavily documented and featured.

A quick look at the pictures show the immaculate built quality and timeless beauty of this Hemi powered Plymouth Barracuda.

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