4 speed 427 Corvette Coupe
Recently Sold for $5200 on eBay
How long do you think this '69 Corvette has been gathering dust in some backwoods garage? Try 30+ years! But it's a "dry storage" according to the seller. This Vette was hit hard in the distant past which bent the frame and trashed the front clip. The front clip is workable. The frame maybe not so much.
There's not much more than a shell here, but it did come with a 428 cid, 390 hp engine. The seller calls it a "matching numbers" block that he believed to be a "factory grind-out". But as most Corvette enthusiasts know this was a rare occurrence. It's much more likely a "previous owner" grind-out.
Other factory options on this Tuxedo Black coupe include black leather interior, 4 speed transmission, power steering, air conditioning and power brakes.
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1968 -1972 Corvettes for sale now on eBay:
Mustang used as storage shed
Recently sold on eBay for $600
This 1967 Mustang coupe is storing as much junk as the shed next to it! And check out the weeds growing up through the engine bay!
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Once proud HEMI sits in the weeds
This 1968 HEMI Charger was a theft recovery more than 30 years ago and has been rusting away ever since. The factory Dark Green paint and white vinyl top have been replaced with so much rust that it’s probably not worth saving, especially since it’s factory 426 HEMI is long gone.
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Camaro Project Car
Recently Sold for $4,100 on eBay
When is a barn find not a barn find? When the owner doesn’t even bother putting it in a barn! This is more of a “field find” since it’s been left out in the weather for a decade or more in some farmer’s field. Read more on 1967 Camaro RS Convertible – $4,100…
’65 Mustang GT Coupe sits in yard
Didn’t meet reserve price
This GT coupe was recently on eBay and got up to $3400, but didn’t meet the reserve. It’s a factory GT which has some value, but it’s a coupe and not a K code 289. The 1965 Mustang convertible and fastback GT’s are where the money is. Read more on 1965 Mustang GT didn’t hit reserve…
Is this 440 Charger just a parts car?
Recently sold on eBay for $3,800
This is a prime example of a classic, and very collectible Mopar. But it seems to be missing more parts than it has. If everything (or even most of everything) was in place this big block Charger would be worth some serious coin. The original Air Grabber hood alone would be worth $1,500-2,000. Read more on 1971 Charger R/T 440 for $3800…
Camaro Project Car
Recently Sold for $2,700 on eBay
This looks to be one of those failed restoration projects. You know, the kind where the guy has been working on it for an hour a month for the last 6 years and still doesn’t seem to be making any progress? It also looks to have some questionable 80′s upgrades like the wide meats in the back and the aftermarket louvers on the rear window. Read more on 1967 Camaro RS – $2,700…
’63 Corvette Stingray, 327 cid 4 speed
Recently Sold for $14,000 on eBay
You could sort of call this Corvette a “barn find” but certainly not a “survivor”. This 1963 Stingray has been sitting in storage as you see it in these photos since 1978. No history on why it was gutted so long ago and then stored, but maybe even then the owners foresaw what these Corvettes would fetch at auction. Read more on 1963 Corvette Convertible – $14,000…
Twin ’67 Ford Mustang Coupes
Recently Sold for $1775
Here’s a pair of Mustang coupes that recently sold. They’ve obviously been sitting for years gathering rust and waiting for their owner to get started on their restoration. Neither is a particularly rare muscle car. They’re small block cars; one is a C code 289-2v and the other a slightly more desirable A code 289-4v. The A code is fairly nicely optioned with a C4 automatic, air conditioning, power disc brakes and power steering. It even had a black vinyl top, which would explain some of the surface rust. Read more on 1967 Mustang Coupes – Two for $1775…
’67 Ford Mustang Convertible
Recently Sold for $1651
This convertible pony is in bad shape. Years of sitting in the midwest “rust belt” has probably decayed it beyond possibility of a restoration, but maybe not for the right buyer. It actually runs and drives if you believe it. The mechanics aren’t in bad shape. Well, not as bad as the body at least.
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