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1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD (57 T-BIRD)
1957 Ford Thunderbird with automatic transmission. last two passengers sport model built. The interior is completely original with new digital radio, Power brakes and few other improvements.
1957 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER
1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Replica Convertible finished in gorgeous Silver with a beautiful Brown interior. This Brand New Replicas 356 Speedster built by Vintage Speedster. It uses a 1968 Beetle a steel frame and a fiberglass body. They put a lot of work into making sure it looks like an authentic Speedster, but under the skin, it breaks with tradition.
1964 1/2 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
The 1964½ was made available in two models: the coupe and the Convertible. Both of these versions sported expanded hoods and shorter rear decks as compared to the prototypes. They also featured chrome curving bumpers and grilles with a running horse, and complete wheel covers. A 6 cylinder engine was available in both the models. Buyers had the feasibility to choose between a three-speed or four-speed transmission, or an automatic transmission. The interior comprised of a “wall-to-wall” carpeting with front bucket seats, or an optional front bench or rear bench seat. It also consisted of a sports car styled steering wheel, floor mounted shifter, and a full headliner. The floor of the 1964 1/2 Mustang has no toe pad but a heel pad, and it stops at the inner rocker panel.
A total sum of 121,538 Mustangs were manufactured during the 1964½ model tenure.
1964 1/2 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE D-CODE
The 4-speed 1964 1/2 D-Code Mustang Convertible is a beautiful classic for any vintage cars collector in CA.
The 1964 1/2 D-code have full wheel covers accompanied with a chrome grille with vertical bars featuring the distinguished, galloping horse emblem. It also features carpeting throughout the floor. The front bucket seats are standardized with an optional front bench seat. It also comes with factory air conditioning. High finish, amazing body color! A great choice for a comfortable and luxurious experience.
You can rent it specifically for filming, weddings and special events only.
1964 FORD THUNDERBIRD
1964 saw a major redesign for the Thunderbird line up. The hoods were longer; the side panels were highly sculptured, with mirror-image feature lines, at the belt line and lower bodyline. The front-end treatment was more aggressive looking and featured a larger hood scoop. Taillights changed dramatically to the rectangular style light set in a massive chrome rear bumper. The car we have here was built in San Jose, California and still has the original Black California license plates on it. The body, floors, interior and chrome are all in very good condition, with a lot of it having been re-done. The paint overall, is in very good condition, with just a little Patina due to having a few years of age to it. The dash top is very good and the door panels are excellent. All of the bright work around the dash is in very nice condition giving it a very fresh look. The original Ford radio is still mounted in the Dash. Power comes from the 390 cubic inch V8 that was originally rated at 300 horsepower and coupled to Cruise-o-Matic automatic transmission. Other features include Air-Conditioning, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Convertible Top and Tilt away steering wheel. It has, what was often installed by the dealer, the optional Sports Roadster kit. To set the car off it has the whitewall tyres and rear fender skirts. Finished in its original colour combination of Silver Mink over Silver Blue Interior and a White Convertible Top.
1965 Chevy Nova Wagon
The year 1965’s Chevy Nova was revamped with a cleaner front-end styling by introducing a new full- width grille with integrated single headlights. The side lights were repositioned down to the deep- section bumper. The taillights along with the backup lights and the rear cove were restyled. The users were given six power choices with the expanded engine lineup.
Both the Nova and the Chevy II started off as compact that provided “maximum functionalism with thrift.” It was released as 4-door wagon body type. It’s an RWD (rear-wheel drive) with a manual 3- speed gearbox.
The interior comprises of vinyl bucket seats and dashboard gauges. The engine options either offered a 6 cylinder or V8; up to 300 horsepower and a dual exhaust.
1965 FORD MUSTANG GT289
The Ford Mustang is the central piece in the entire muscle car mania. Ford Mustang has the honor of being the most successful in the history of production cars. It is the car that many automakers dream of introducing. The Mustang is the type of car most automakers dream of launching. Nobody could have guessed the longevity and the success Mustang maintained through the years, and never even missing out one model year in approx. fifty years. Ford unintentionally created Mustang as its destined
performance flagship car.
The Mustangs incorporated sculpted lines and also a group of other standardized features. Only the GT model featured fancy fog lights mounted in the front grille with a standard bar, none of the other models had those. Instead of Mustang’s standard lower rocker panel molding, Ford introduced three sporty lower horizontal stripes on either side of the car. The GT 289 featured an attractive chrome hood trim part right above the front grille.
1965 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
The 1965 Continental look was the final look that later defined the final appearance for the classic Lincoln body style. The front fender featured mounted parking lights and different tail lights with ribbed trim with considerably fewer changes resulting in the ‘Lincoln Continental’ look. The new improvisations were pretty inspiring as compared to the other models. And yet they had maintained the signature elegant lines with no visible chrome trim to deviate from the design. Maintaining this sense of integrity and standard helped Lincoln earn its prestigious repute.
The revamp also featured front turn signals and side lights on the wraparound lenses on the front fenders instead on the front bumper. It also sports similar turn signals and side lights on the rear. The Continental was given Kelsey-Hayes disc brakes for improved braking ability for the front wheels. Also, it features front seat belts with standardized retractors. An oil pressure gauge was also added to improve Lincoln’s reliability!
1966 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE
Eldorado comes from two Spanish words meaning ”The Golden One” which was introduced between the years 1956-1976. it was the Cadillacs company golden anniversary. The big body Cadillac convertibles of the 60’s are some of the most iconic body styles that were designed and brought to market. This Cadillac Eldorado is a vehicle that just begs for attention as it glides down the road.