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1969 Camaro Restomod – Sold

Posted on Sep 18, 2013

Classic Car Fusion is offering this immaculate 1969 Pro-touring Camaro with a monstrous LS7 motor.

Originally built as a full rotisserie restored ZL1 COPO clone by Pro Touring Super Cars, it has been substantially upgraded over its original builder’s vision. This is a real code 71 Lemans Blue car according to the cowl tag, and has been refinished to an incredibly high standard that makes the paint look iridescent in the sunlight.

The body has been left alone to let the beautifully styled original sheet metal do all the talking, so there are no modifications to any of the panels, no questionable graphics, no outrageous stripes, just clean vintage steel, with reworked body gaps that are much better than factory. Only the steel cowl induction hood gives it away, but it was a factory option and certainly looks like it belongs there.

Chrome and trim was also kept to a minimum. A subtle touch is the standard front-end and grille. No hidden headlights, no extraneous chrome and emblems, not even the polished stainless wheel arch moldings. The bumpers are fresh, door handles are correct and beautiful. All the lenses are new reproductions and all the lighting on the car is LED. The headlights have also been upgraded to HID units.

The motor in this gorgeous Camaro is the largest small block Chevy ever built, the 427 cubic inch LS7. Lighter than any cast iron engine that originally lived in a muscle car, the LS7 is a perfect fit and features a custom 4-inch induction system, a custom LS7 camshaft by Speed, Inc., and a set of beautifully fabricated Kooks headers. This bulletproof motor was measured at an extremely impressive 650 horsepower on the engine dyno. All of the Z06’s factory bits are included, from the fuel injection system (upgraded to handle the extra power), to the original dry sump oil tank, to the serpentine belt setup up front. It also features a rugged T56 6-speed manual transmission borrowed from a new Pontiac GTO fortified with a stock Corvette LS7 clutch. While out back there’s a factory 12-bolt rear end packing 3.73 gears and a Positraction unit, making for rocket-sled-like acceleration and very pleasant highway manners when you just feel like sitting back and taking it easy.

Suspension upgrades include BMR lower control arms and QA1 adjustable coil-over shocks while braking is managed by massive cross-drilled and slotted Wilwood Dynalite front discs with bright red 4-piston calipers. Out back there’s a similar oversized setup with an integrated parking brake. All the brake lines are stainless including Wilwood braided stainless flex lines. The finishing touch is a set of gorgeous 18-inch COYS wheels custom cut with the proper back spacing. Tires are 245/45ZR18 front and 275/40ZR18 rear BFGoodrich g-Force KDW radials that perfectly fit the wheelwells and give awesome grip.

Inside, its 100% stock 1969 Camaro, from the code 711 black vinyl buckets to the shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel. The seat covers are original, but all the hardware has been restored or replaced with exact reproduction items. The carpets and headliner are new, as are the door panels, and the gauges including the must have Stewart Warner “greenline” tachometer on the steering column have been fully restored. In true factory COPO style, there is no console, no center console gauge package, and few frills outside of an original Camaro radio that has been retrofitted to accept an iPod interface. The trunk is equally well-finished, with spatter paint and a battery relocation box with a like new Optima gel cell battery for better weight distribution.

This is your chance to own an absolutely stunning classic Camaro with all new internals. Just turn the key and it fires up the first time, every time, just like your daily driver. And it idles perfectly with a decidedly ‘60s cackle to the exhaust note.

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1989 Mustang Custom – Sold

Posted on Sep 18, 2013

Up for sale is an absolutely insane 1989 Mustang with a mind bending 740hp fuel injected and supercharged 351 Windsor. This Mustang is a full on street legal race car underneath the stunning custom two tone, airbrushed and pinstriped paint job by Fuhrer Paint Werkz. From a custom 6 point roll-cage built by the extremely reputable Mustang race shop Maier Racing, to the Maximim motorsports K member, front control arms, torque subframe connectors, coil over conversion, and caster camber plates, this Mustang is a tire shredding, corner carving track monster.

The heart of this beast is the balanced, bored, honed and flow tested 351 Windsor. Stacked with ported and polished Trick Flow aluminum Twisted Wedge heads, and an Edelbrock Victor EFI fuel injected intake manifold with Accel 48lb injectors, the icing on the cake is a massive Paxton Novi 2000 centrifugal supercharger.

The fuel system is up to the task with a stage 2 upgrade with all Aeroequip fittings and braided lines, while ignition is controlled by a TPS Motorsports ECU, MSD pro billet distributor and massive 10.4mm Taylor spark plug wires.

The internals of this bullet proof 740hp small block include a polished crankshaft, Isky camshaft, pushrods and valvesprings, Ross pistons, Eagle rods, and Clevite main bearings and rod bearings. All ARP bolt are used to keep things together under boost, and a Canton racing oil pan and high flow Melling oil pump ensures there is oil right where you need it.

Keeping things cool are a Griffin aluminum radiator and a BeCool electric fan, while exhaust is managed by Bassani 1 ¾ shortie ceramic coated headers and x pipe leading to Magnum mufflers with 2 ½ inch pipes and a catalytic converter to keep things smog and street legal.

The drivetrain features 3.55 rear end gears in an 8.8 rear end with a girdle kit. A FMS aluminum driveshaft directs power from the FMS built 5-Speed transmission with heavy duty 10.5” SVO clutch, while shifting is done with a Steeda Tri-Ax shifter and knob.

A TPS motorsports steering rack and tie rod ends help the handling feel like on rails when matched to the Baer brakes and rotors, 17x8 Steeda Ultra-light wheels, and 225/40R17 and 275/40R17 Khumo Ecsta ASX tires.

The interior is as close to a race car as you can get without being stripped out. With the massive white 6-point roll cage dominating the interior, at a close second are the pair of blue Sparco Pro-2000 FIA approved fixed back racing seats with massive 3 inch 5-point Sparco racing harnesses. A full assortment of Autometer gauges helps you keep an eye on all the essential levels in a small block pushing 740hp, while a huge 5” dash-mounted Tach with programmable shift lights make sure you don’t spin the motor too high. Besides some aluminum racing pedals and a radio delete plate the only other modification to this immaculate interior is custom carpet front to back to cover the rear seat delete and fit around the custom roll-cage.

The exterior has been kept “mild” with all new trim, moldings, strikers and latches, a Cobra style front end extension, Cervini’s front valance and GT side scoop delete. The only hint at the beast that lurks beneath is the Maier racing 3” cowl hood…and of course the epic two tone metallic and pearl, custom airbrushed and pinstriped paint job.

This is an incredible opportunity to own and drive an insanely powerful track weapon that will put 740hp worth of rubber on the streets with the slightest blip of the throttle. The feeling of 740 supercharged horses is unlike any street car out there besides the echelons of the supercar world, and you would have to pay 4 or 5 times the price of this car to feel the same acceleration.

Now is your chance to have the ultimate sleeper and Ferrari, Porsche and Corvette killer.

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1967 Shelby GT500 – Sold

Posted on Sep 09, 2013

Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this immaculate all original 1967 Shelby GT-500 Mustang with a period correct date coded 428 8v Cobra LeMans big block.

This gorgeous Wimbledon White GT-500 has been garage kept it’s entire life in a private collection, making it an untouched example with relatively low miles at only 92k. With only 2044 production GT500s built in 1967, this car is in the official Shelby registry at # 1128. However with the last 67 GT500 produced ending with vin numbers 3225, this Shelby with vin ending in 3092 makes it one of the last 150 1967 GT500s ever made.

This classic muscle car was ordered from the dealership in 67 with the factory option “Specially recommended package” which includes power disc brakes, power steering, and 4 point shoulder harnesses. Also on the included vehicle price sheet you can see that this Shelby Vin# Z67410f4a03093 was also ordered with the optional Select-O-Matic automatic 3 speed transmission and an AM push button radio.

The undisputed king of Ford musclecars came with a host of performance upgrades included in the base price for the GT0500. This includes the competition handling package, integra roll bar, tachometer with trip odometer, oil pressure and ammeter gauge, extra cooling package, heater and defroster, deluxe interior, deluxe woodgrain GT500 Cobra steering wheel, and remote controlled outside rear view mirrors.

The 7 liter dual quad 428 lump pushes closed 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 GT500 Eleanor – Sold

Posted on Aug 14, 2013

This is a stunning replica of the Gone in 60 Seconds "Eleanor".  This Eleanor is documented in the Eleanor World Registry as car #231 and is signed twice (on the air cleaner and glove box) by the legend himself, Carroll Shelby, with accompanying documentation certifying the signatures.  With a complete rotisserie restoration of this 67 fastback  just completed, she is in excellent condition from top to bottom.   On the outside, she has all new metal, and is correctly painted with pepper gray and black.  Under the hood,  a 302 is ready to race that is accompanied by a new Holly 650 cfm double pumper carb, March Performance Pulley System, Griffin aluminum radiator with a machined Eleanor cap, a summit chrome water pump, and a new chrome alternator.    She also has power steering, brand new polished ceramic Flowtech headers, and a new Tremec TKO 5 speed transmission.  Stopping this incredible ride is new power assisted Wilwood 4 piston calipers and rotors sitting behind a set of brand new 17'' Shelby wheels and tires.  In the interior, she has signature Shelby leather seats, Classic Instruments Shelby gauges, a Sony flat screen audio/entertainment head end, a custom made console, new carpet, dash and door panels, and the famous "Go-Baby-Go" shifter.  She makes heads turn, pulls strong, and is ready to drive home!


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1969 Pace Car – Sold

Posted on Jul 06, 2013

Classic Car Fusion is proud to offer an extremely rare 1969 Camaro Z11 RS/SS with a 396 big block, 4-speed manual transmission, and only 48,000 original miles.

In 1969 the Chevy Camaro was chosen to be the official pace car of the Indy 500. As the official pace cars had a package and paint redesign, Chevy decided to build repicals under the Z11 option tag.

Only 3,675 Z11 pace car replica’s were ever built and were available starting with a base SS350 with a 3 speed. Rough estimates are that only 15-20% or approximately 550 to 735 were ordered with the 396 big block, making this stunning example even rarer.

The Z11 option was listed on the original dealer window stickers as 'Indy 500 Pace Car Accents' for $36.90 in 1969. The SS side stripes were replaced with the orange Z28 hood and deck lid stripes. The Z11 package added orange D96 fender striping (not normally painted on Z28's), and also added white rocker panels (normally blacked-out on SS cars), and white rear tailpanels on the 396 cars (normally blacked-out on big-block tailpans).

The factory options that came with the Z11 package included C05 white convertible top, D80 spoilers, YA1 deluxe seatbelts, ZJ7 rally wheels, ZL2 special ducted hood, Z22 Rally Sport, Z27 Super Sport, and Z87 custom interior (orange houndstooth, code 720). Cloth seats were not otherwise available in a convertible.

This pristine Camaro had a frame off restoration less than 7 years ago and is in perfect running condition. It has the original 5 14x7 YJ code ralley wheels with original spare and Goodyear Polyglas tires and all original glass. It also has the extremely rare original rosewood steering wheel and console gauges. The power top is great for sunny days, and the 396 big block is powerful enough to light up the tires.

Don’t miss this opportunity to own an extremely rare numbers matching 1969 Z11 RS/SS Camaro Pace Car. This is a beautiful collector car ready to complete your Camaro collection and is almost guaranteed to never lose value.

Below is an extensive list of pertinent date codes and casting numbers.

Fisher Body Tag;
ST69 12467NOR284744 BDY
TR 720 50 APNT
03D    Z11

VIN: 124679N619955
engine front pad code: TO317JB
engine block casting: 3955272 date C13 9
heads: 3931063
distributor: 1111497 9A25
alternator: 1100834 37A
water pump: 3931065 C6 9
intake: 3931067 C13 9
original Harrison radiator tag: IL ZD 00 68R
T3 headlights
custom wide tread: F70-14
front spring tag: HR 3955725
original 12 bolt posi axle with 3.07 gears code: BR 03 10 G1
Gardner deep tone original style exhaust
water pump pulley: 3932402 DU 259
power steering pump pulley: 3770509 CE

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1969 RS SS Camaro – Sold

Posted on May 29, 2013

This is a nut and bolt restoration of an original, numbers matching, X55 Norwood car - no detail left untouched on the restoration.  She has a 350 with correct engine code and stamps, automatic transmission, power steering, power assisted 4 wheel disc brakes, and original factory air.  The paint is the correct PPG Lemans blue matching the cowl tag specs.  Originally, she had a parchment vinyl top which has been removed in favor of a more attractive uniform Lemans finish.  The interior was originally black and white and has been upgraded to the hounds-tooth design.  This car is in show quality condition and drives great!

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69 Pro-Touring Camaro – Sold

Posted on Apr 18, 2013

1969 Pro-Touring Camaro SS

This is one of those rare Camaros that perfectly blends the best of 1969 and 2011. It’s not quite radical enough to even be called a restomod, but there are plenty of upgrades that make the most of the vintage performance hardware underneath.  It was a frame off restoration with a 396 big block (375 HP) with an L89 head paired with a Tremec  5 speed.  Under the hood all the details are correct, from the chrome valve covers and air cleaner with correct decals, to the reproduction hoses with tower clamps, to the reproduction Delco battery.  Noteworthy upgrades include power steering, a massive aluminum radiator, and a hand crafted set of Sanderson headers with 2 ½ inch exhaust.  The chassis has been rebuilt to original specifications.  There’s a disc brake at all four corners, peeking out from behind those gorgeous 18-inch Torque Thrust replicas. Tires are 225/40/18 front and 235/45/18 rear, which give the car just enough rake to keep the nose down.  The dazzling red interior has been restored to better-than-new condition throughout .  The dash pad and the headliner are new and the original gauges were rebuilt and reinstalled.  There’s a factory AM radio in the dash, but hanging underneath you’ll find a rare accessory 8-track player.  As far as 1969 Camaros go, this one is a home-run in every way that matters.

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