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This incredibly original and documented 1969 Bronco Utility Wagon has clocked only 16,471 miles. Sold new on January 6, 1969 by Smyth County Motor Co. in Marion, VA. Documentation includes the Virginia State Police Inspection Certification forms from 1969 through 1993, copy of the original title, Original warranty card, temporary owner card, registration slips, maintenance booklet, and Deluxe Marti Report. The 302 cubic-inch V8 engine was first introduced as an option for the 1969 model year and produced 205 horsepower with 300 lb-ft of torque.
This 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is finished in the desirable B5 Blue with Black Interior. Powering this incredibly solid muscle car is a 440 V8 mated to an automatic transmission. 1969 was the first full year of Super Bee production and features the Bee mascot, black Bumble Bee stripe and Power Bulge Hood. This Bee also comes with the original numbers matching 383 High Performance engine. Options include Power Steering, Full Gauge Package and custom Cragar wheels. VIN: WM23H9A225912
This beautiful Gibbons bodied 32 Ford came from a nationally recognized collector and enjoyed garage space with one of the 75 most significant 32's and Goodguy's Street Rod of the year. Very well built car with a Henry Ford Framed "Boxed" on a jig 3.25 axle ratio Ford 9in. 454, Automatic, 9” rear. Boyd wheels, stereo, tilt and power windows and a leather interior by Rad Rods by Troy.
The 40th Anniversary Edition was an optional package for all 1993 corvette models and only came in Ruby Red inside and out. Some unique features are the 40th anniversary embroidered headrest, floor mats, ruby red center wheel inserts and chrome emblems making these corvettes a true celebration of Corvette history. This 1993 Corvette 40th Anniversary Edition Convertible come with a 5.7 Liter 300hp LT1 motor and 4-speed automatic transmission and 22,404 miles. The LT1 was referred to as “America's Most Respected V8” because it was the most powerful small block V8 ever placed in a production Corvette. Other features of the Anniversary Edition include driver & passenger 6-way power sport bucket seats, climate control air-conditioning, Delco/Bose music system consisting of AM/FM stereo with CD player and stereo cassette.
The predecessor to the Chevrolet Tahoe, the K5 Blazer was the smallest full-size SUV of the C/K family. Built from 1969 through 1991, these were known as the Chevrolet Suburban and were “full convertible” with the removable tops until 1975. Designed and marketed to compete against the International Scout and Ford Bronco. The Blazer became extremely popular given the marriage of off-roading and luxury features like air conditioning and automatic transmissions. This superb example offered at Valenti Classics is from California and features a built 383 stroker engine, Turbo-hydromantic 350 transmission with a 2500 stall converter and 3.73 gears. Finished in the highly desirable orange and white two-tone finish with a rick black bucket seat interior. Creature comforts like power steering, power brakes, tilt column and air ride suspension make this truck a dream to drive. The custom deluxe interior is meticulously trimmed out and has a GM center console, wood steering wheel and full gauge package with tachometer and modern stereo system.
A read deal 442 Hardtop 4-Speed California car.