Here is a 1958 Corvette Gasser Mr VOO DOO for sale in San Rafael, California for $88,000 USD. In 1961 James Sparacino of Dallas Texas bought this car and drag raced it till 1974 when he died. Family members continued to run Mr VOO DOO until it was parked in the family garage around 1977
Here is a 1983 Aquila 2800 for sale in Lansing, Illinois. This is a 1 off custom show car built by a NASA aeronaurtical engineer named Bill Ewing. He built this car out of his home shop in California. His intention was to over engineer every component for lasting fucntion. It has 34,000 miles and uses a 2.8 Mercury V6 engine more commonly found in the Ford Mustang.
Here is a 1968 RS Camaro Convertible with factory air condition. Seller states this car in all original and in excellent condition. He is the second owner and still has all the documentation from the original owner.
1989 Saleen SSC Mustang #130 Last One Built
This 1989 Saleen SSC Mustang is numbered 130 which means it is the last one ever built. This car sold for $18,500 in Skagit, Washington. The first person that came to look at it bought it right away. This price is on the low side given the low mileage and condition. Another one sold this year atBarrett-Jackson Scottsdale sold for $41,800.
I just wanted to document this car and say the new owner got an amazing deal!
Here is a 1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible for sale in the San Francisco area. It is a matching number example and rare with only 402 convertibles made in 1968. Seller states this car is even more rare due to its serial number indicating it was built in 1967. I recently came across a white GT500 for sale for $180,000 so this maybe a good deal. I have never seen this color on a Shelby but its stunning. It is a gold color that was rarely ordered when new. The car has been reprayed once before and the top was changed from white to black. This car has also been part of the Shelby Registry for over 30 years and has only 66,000 original miles.
This rare Chevrolet Camaro car with 28 factory options sold on December 12, 1968 to Patricia Murray from Huntington Beach, California . It was purchased at Fletcher Chevrolet in Encino, California for $4,590.24. The Chevrolet Corvette & Ford Shelby GT500 sold for the same price in ’69. The ’69 Z28 sold for less. Only the ’69 Yenko & Zl1 sold for more.
Seller states it was ordered with 28 factory options. Many of which are extremely rare. Not only is this the most highly (Factory) rare optioned ’69 Camaro ever built, it is the most highly rare optioned First Gen period. Not once has one showed up with this many rare options, all in one package.
Having all these options in a First Gen Camaro is enough to satisfy any First Gen enthusiast, but what really sets this car apart from all the rest is it’s “Special Order Paint” option: GM Paint Code 80; “Powder Blue”. This is the only