Spotted in Chicago is a 1985 Cadillac Eldorado Super Fly for $11,500 USD. This is an all original never been painted car. Its been meticulous taken care of and shows pride of ownership. I cant get over the headlight covers! Wow, now that makes a statement. Very unusual. These super fly headlights cost $3,000 for the pair and are made of heavy gauge stainless steel. It also has a Continental Tire kit which was a very rare option.
What do you think of these headlights?
Spotted in Escondido is a 1964 Bill Thomas Cheetah Recreation for $67,000 USD. This car has been built to exact shape and specs of the original car. It built on a Chromoly tube chassis with suspension points for C4 Corvette parts. The suspension is all new C4 Corvette front and rear , full coilovers front and rear, and C4 disc brakes. The engine is an 8 cylinder LS1 motor with cam and dual Holley 4 barrel carbs. The transmission is a T56 6 speed manual transmission. The car is street legal and registered in California. The title shows 1964 Cheetah and not a kit car designation.
What do you think of this recreation?
Post your comments!
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.