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1966 Oldsmobile 442 Coupe

Up for sale is this 1966 Oldsmobile 442 sport coupe, finished in Silver Mist over a black interior, powered by a 400 cubic-inch V8 running through a four-speed manual transmission, with 57,605 miles on the clock. The first generation of the 442 was a subtle but capable version of Oldsmobile’s lowkey coupes and convertibles. Generally not as flashy as their Pontiac GTO cousins, the 442 was nonetheless available with very effective and powerful motors, and firmer suspension components, to make for a more sporting car than the Cutlass upon which it was based. The model year 1966 also saw Oldsmobile add some more style to the exterior, with a more steeply raked C-pillar, and rear fenders with a rising profile and increased height. This is a beautifully and comprehensively restored example of the iconic Oldsmobile 442. Not only benefiting from exceptional cosmetic and mechanical work, this example has only been driven 500 miles since the restoration, and it shows in every aspect.

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1966 Oldsmobile 442 Coupe

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$88,000


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2002 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

2002 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

Up for auction is this 2002 Ford Thunderbird Roadster, in black with a black leather interior, with both a removable black hard top and an electric fabric soft convertible top, running a 3.9 liter V8 engine with a five speed automatic transmission, and 39,308 miles on the clock. Ford’s decision to bring the Thunderbird back to its roots, resulted in this grand touring personal coupe, with retro styling evocative of the original, first-generation 1955 model. As the eleventh -and last - generation of the Thunderbird name, it was a dramatic reversal in size and mission from what the T-bird had been from the 60’s up into the 90’s. At the turn of the century, there was a trend among major manufacturers to go with retro styling cues on some halo models, as a way to establish stronger corporate identities. While some companies came up with models that were just influenced by earlier concepts and designs cues, Ford came up with a modern but direct interpretation of the first Thunderbird with this 2002 model – back to a two seat, low slung personal roadster with round head and taillight designs, and a wide chrome grill on the nose, more streamlined but clearly a direct descendant. This first-year example of the last Thunderbird generation is in excellent condition, with low mileage and very little evidence of wear, and no mechanical issues to be addressed, making kit ready to go for the next owner.

  

18,500

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1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe

Up for sale is this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe, finished in Monza Red over a black interior, with body color removable T-Top panels, and a 454 ci V8 with a four-speed manual. This example with many desirable options and upgrades is very clean, and has been driven 68,168 miles. In 1969, the C3 chassis was only in the second year of production for this generation of Corvette, and was roundly praised for its design. These early examples with the slim chrome bumpers and reverse-rake tail are highly desirable, arguably the “cleanest” design version of this generation. This particular example not only comes in the proper bright, confident color, but also comes equipped with great factory options that mark it out as a proper representation of America’s Sports Car.

  

62,900

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Tribute

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Tribute

Up for sale is this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Tribute Coupe, finished in Fathom Green over a black interior, powered by a 454 cubic-inch V8 running through a four-speed manual transmission, with 86,021 miles on the clock. This week, Dream Cars is featuring some very clean examples of iconic coupes, from arguably their best generations. A couple are thoroughly restored, and all look great on the outside, inside, and underneath – exceptionally well cared for and hard to find, with great specification. This 1969 Chevrolet is a tribute car of the famed COPO specification of first-generation Camaros. COPO is the acronym for the Central Office Purchase Order, which was a department of Chevrolet usually reserved for dealers ordering fleet sales. But because this was the era when GM was removing performance options from dealer ordering sheets – intentionally done as a result of public pressure over fear of high performance cars being considered “dangerous” – the committed upper management at Chevy ensured that the performance options were still available – you just had to get creative about where in the company they were ordered _from_. While that situation made those COPO cars both rare and, now, incredibly expensive, creating a very similar specification from widely available Chevy parts is not difficult – and results in a very desirable tribute car, like the example featured here. With a through restoration and upgrade done both cosmetically ad mechanically, this simple high performance COPO tribute is ready to go for the next owner.

  

90,500

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1990 Ford Taurus SHO 5-Speed

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

1990 Ford Taurus SHO 5-Speed

Up for sale is this 1990 Ford Taurus SHO, finished in Electric Red over a black leather interior, powered by a Yamaha 3.0 liter V6 engine running through a five-speed manual transmission, and showing 187,010 miles on the clock. The first-generation Taurus was a huge success for Ford, and at the time a groundbreaking (and potentially risky) change in design with its aerodynamic form. The real surprise was the addition of a performance model, this SHO model, with substantial mechanical upgrades that drew rave reviews from contemporary automotive press. Starting with a 24-valve V6 commissioned by Ford from Yamaha, it was the only overhead-cam motor available for the Taurus, with 220HP and a 7,000 rpm redline, and it completely changed the character of this sedan. Initially offered only with a five-speed manual transmission, it also featured upgraded brakes and a sport-tuned suspension, SHO-specific alloy wheels in a larger 15” size, and aerodynamic bodywork that made for a very quick and competent sedan, especially compared to any sedan available from domestic competition. This example is a well maintained example with driver mileage, with some wear evident on close inspection, but straight and mechanically solid, ready to go for the next owner.

  

13,500

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