Fully Documented, One Owner, Numbers Matching SS396. L34 396/350, M21 4-Speed (Close Ratio) Transmission, F41 Special Performance Suspension, ZL2 Cowl Induction Hood, JL2 Power Disc Brakes, G94 331 Ratio Axle, N40 Power Steering, CO6 Power Top, D55 Floor Console, AO1 Tinted Glass (All), U14 Special Instrumentation, A51 Strato Bucket Seats, N33 Tilt Column
The Holy Grail. This factory Cranberry Red with Saddle Interior has all the trimmings one would dream of. Loaded with documentation including two Build Sheets (one still remains in the car where the factory workers placed it), Original Invoice, Owners Letter and Owners Manual. This car has been pampered it’s entire life and has clocked only 41, 574 miles. Routine service and maintenance has been performed and recent work includes rebuilding of the original born in engine along with a proper paint job. Car retains all of it’s original sheet metal and is ready to hit the open road. Huebsch Chevrolet in Prairie du Chien Sold this car new on November 17, 1970. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity. It is like going back in time and getting everything you could dream of bundled into a Chevelle SS.
Great history with this well preserved driver caliber MGA. These cars are a blast to drive, have a very sporty look and this one is ready for lots of top down fun. All of the service is up to date, so get in, turn the key and have some fun.
1973 GMC Motorhome Eleganza S.E. – 26 Foot (Class A)
V-8 455 cubic Inch (gasoline), TH-425 3 Speed Automatic Transmission, Front Wheel Drive
Power Brakes (Front Disc)
Air Ride Suspension with onboard air compressor (automatic)
8 Lug ALCOA Alloy Eagle Polished Modern Wheels (16×6)
Firestone Transforce Radial Tires (7) LT225/75R16
Original GM Stainless Steel Ladder and Roof Rail
Cargo Pod (rooftop)
TV & CB Antenna
Coleman Mack Roof Air Conditioning Unit
Maxx Air Roof Vent (2)
Onan Micro quiet 4000 Gas Generator (with inside push button start)
Two 25-Gallon Fuel Tanks
SoftRay Tinted Glass
Stainless Steel Engine Air Vent
Floor Plan “3”
Built in Refrigerator / Freezer
Dual Stainless Steel Sink
Gas Furnace / Heater with Thermostat
4 Burner Range (Gas) with Side Kitchen Vent
Central Vacuum System – Built in
Custom Cherry Cabinets
2 Bunk Beds
Dinette / Double Bed
Rear Side Facing Settee / Double Bed – Includes air mattress
Front Privacy Curtain
Stow Away Storage under seats.
Outside patio / entry door light
Rear Instrument Panel (Battery Voltage, Water Level, Gray tank level, propane level)
New Valve and Sewer Hose Kit
In-Line Water Filter
T= Manufactured By General Motors
Z= 3 Axle Motorhome
E= Gasoline Engine
0= GM Interior (1973-1974)
6= Model 260 (26 feet long)
3= Model Year – 1973
V= Manufacturing Plant – Pontiac, Michigan
1= First Digit of Production Serial Number – All production started with 1
0= All GMC Motorhomes had a zero in this position
0598= Production Sequence Number
Very early production – 598th GMC off the assembly line.
Owned since 2013 and driven approx. 4500 miles. The current odometer reading is 80,779 miles.
Recent service work:
Complete front bearings, races, seals and hubs. Rebuilt steering box assembly, fluid changes, new filters, fuel pump, shocks, two batteries, alternator, and tune-up items. Exhaust manifolds resurfaced and new gaskets installed.
The wheels and tires were installed less than 2000 miles ago. Previous owner (prior to 2013) had the engine gone through, transmission, differential, new carpet and seats, suspension, bushings and air bags, new A/C unit, Onan generator, air compressor, microwave, water heater, furnace, and water pump.
This is a very fun and enjoyable motorhome that turns heads like you won’t believe. My family and I have had a blast cruising around the country with it for the past five years. We have logged approximately 4500 miles and it is ready to be enjoyed by the next family. The motorhome runs and drives great. Not a problem cruising down the road at highway speeds and keeping up with traffic. The exterior temperature gauge is not working nor does the cruise control and the dash air is in need of service. These were not major issues or concerns for us so we have sorted out and invested in other more critical areas to make for enjoyable and safe motoring. Let us know if you are ready to have more fun than you ever imagined in this spectacular piece.
Wolf in Sheep’s clothing, Ferrari Engine, 1st car with retractable wing, rare and Unique
Who hasn’t wanted a Ferrari in the garage & who can resist Ferrari inspired passion on the road behind the wheel? Alas, deep pockets have always been required to buy one, then requiring even deeper pockets just to maintain it. Well, this car solves all of your problems and gets you into a Tipo 105L 3.0 liter 32 valve V-8 Ferrari engine featured in Ferrari’s own 308 and Mondial Quattrovalvo models. This proven reliable and easy to maintain engine can be tuned by the motor masterminds at Valenti to achieve its full scale Ferrari sound, power, and glory. They could have this unassuming sedan growling and performing to its fullest. Best of all, you can tell everyone you drive a Ferrari cast in Maranello, assembled by Ducati, and tuned to its fullest intended performance level by Valenti.
This particular model was introduced at the 1986 Turin Auto Show. According to Road & Track “Designed by Ferrari! Built by Ducati! How more red-blooded Italian does it get?”
Historically, Lancia has been noted as a highly innovative and groundbreaking designer often manufacturing some of the world’s most fascinating automobiles. As examples, they were the first to use an electrical system in a production car, established the wide use of fully independent suspensions in the 40s, and the very first use of a 5-speed manual transmission in a production car. The list is long and illustrious.
The Thema was originally designed by Pininfarina as a station wagon whose unassuming features were carried out into sedan form here. It is the closest Ferrari ever came to making a 4 door sedan. Subtle cues hint of the monster within, like special 8.32 badging and 15” Ferrari inspired alloy wheels on 205-55VR Goodyear tires. The nearly 3,000 pound car could do 0-60 in the 6.8-7.2 second range with capabilities of easily reaching a top speed of 150 mph! For cabin creature comfort, there is full instrumentation, auto/sport switch, real wood accent trim, power seats, and even entertainment options that are now considered mundane, rear passenger headphone inputs! Interior seating is all original, luxurious leather made by famed furniture maker Poltrona Frau of Turin. Though established in 1912, it has been a top specialist providing automotive interiors from Italy since the 1960s. There were many other excessive custom features on the car like handpainted belt line stripes, as well as other handmade labor intensive processes that went into its production which made for an asking price $57,000 when new.
THE MOST SPECTACULAR PARTY PIECE THIS CAR OFFERS, did I mention it has a FERRARI ENGINE before, is the FIRST EVER automatically deployable rear wing!!!! While everyone seems to have this today, the Thema was the first to offer it standard on a production model. It provides vital aerodynamic improvements, at speed, when fully deployed. Though you may have seen this feature before, you and your friends will still stand amazed at this fantastic over the top feature this proverbial “sleeper wolf in sheep’s clothing” pioneered. It can also be deployed upon demand for applause at a flick of the switch. A must at 150 mph cruising speed.
This car was never offered in the US, hence its even more exceptional rarity. Only 4,000 were built from 1986 to 1992. Again, according to Road & Track “They’re expensive and rare and imbued with the bulletproof, economical reliability of an 1980s Ferrari engine…..In the UK, where it sold for £40,000 in 1988 money—which is approximately $3.8 million USD today?—in LHD-only guise, just nine were sold.” Anecdotally, there have been sightings of a blue one, seen hither and yon in cyberspace along with this model, plus maybe no more than a half dozen others unaccounted for. So, it is a visual, as well as historical & mechanical, headspinner!
According to Road & Track, Over “30 years ago, Lancia stuffed a Ferrari V8 and created the ‘Thema Hellcat’” so how big a boy are you?
Or, seeing as how the engine could be worth well over $25,000 alone, buy the engine and get the gorgeous carrying case for free!
Rare color combination, 4 Speed, Stainless Exhaust, Low Miles
This numbers matching 2002 Model is in spectacular condition. Major service completed along with new Stainless Exhaust System and header. New clutch, fuel pump, spark plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor, lights, thermostat, fan, fluids and filters. Interior is in amazing condition and retains the original upholstery with a near perfect dash and gauge cluster. New cushions on the front seats and functioning original Blaupunkt Radio. These “2002” BMW models are getting more and more popular so add one to your collection before the market passes you up.
This beautiful restored mild custom is powered by a 48 Merc 276ci Flathead V8 with a 3/4 Isky Cam, Offenhauser Heads, Fenton Headers, Dual Carbs, C4 Automatic Transmission, Mallory Ignition, Hidden alternator inside generator, Walker Radiator, Lokar Shifter, From Disc Brakes, Rack and Pinion, 8″ Ford Rear End and so much more.
California Truck, 383 Stroker, TH350 with 2500 Stall, 3.73 Gears