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226 CID I-6 115 HP Three Speed Manual with Overdrive
226 CID I-6 115 HP Three Speed Manual with Overdrive
Year Make Model: 1952 Kaiser Manhattan
Engine: 226 CID I-6 115 HP
Transmission: Three Speed Manual with Overdrive
Mileage: 52,370 ( actual )
Body Style: Sedan
Exterior Color: Burgundy
Interior Color: Gray
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Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to offer this elegant and classy 1952 Kaiser Manhattan for sale. This is quite the piece of history we have here in our Scottsdale showroom. Dressed in a burgundy paint you are guaranteed to turn heads with this class act. Inside of this beauty is a grey, cloth interior which is in great shape considering its age. This is a four-owner car with the last two owners being of the same family, the current seller bought the car from their uncle. Under the hood of this ride is a 226 CID inline six 115HP engine that only has 52,370 actual miles on it as stated by the seller, Gateway Classic Cars does not confirm nor guarantee these claims as we are not official licensed inspectors or appraisers. The motor is tied to a three-speed manual transmission with overdrive. The shifter is located on the column also known as three on the tree. The inline six engine is a flat head I6. The car is rear wheel driver and really sets the tone for the era it came from. Our 1952 Kaiser Manhattan includes: AM/FM radio, spare tire, cloth interior and wide white wall tires along with hub caps. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1952 Kaiser Manhattan for sale and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Engine: 440-6 V8Transmission: 727 AutomaticMileage: 1,149 ( undocumented )
For sale in our St. Louis showroom is a showroom condition, 1970 Dodge Charger restored as a tribute to the record setting Dodge Charger Daytona. Dodge Daytona’s, also known as the "Winged Warriors", did not compete for long in NASCAR's top Cup series. On the next season of NASCAR, the executives banned aero specs on cars with engines bigger than 300 Cubic inches. Because of their exceptional speed and performance, NASCAR subsequently changed the rule book, effectively banning all four of the Aero Cars from Dodge, Ford, Mercury, and Plymouth from competition by the end of 1970. The Daytona's short-lived NASCAR career makes these vehicles a piece of history, both in Americana sense as well as engineering. This Charger, now fresh after a restoration, has just 1,149 miles. Under the hood you'll find a 440 6-pack big block backed by a 727 TorqueFlite 3-spd automatic transmission. This drivetrain puts power to ground through an 8 3/4 rear-end with 3.23 SureGrip gears. Options include: AC, AM radio(not operable), spare tire, jack, power brakes, power steering, seat belts, vinyl interior, rally wheels and raised white letter radial tires. The rear tires are: BF Goodrich Radial TA 255/60/15. Front: BF Goodrich Radial TA 235/60/15. The thorough restoration was meticulous and consisted of taking the body off the frame and powder coating front end components as well as the K-frame. Original gauges were sent off and refurbished and look great! Heck, the clock is working wonderfully! Just closing the door of a classic you can usually tell the quality of the work performed. These doors shut effortlessly and line up! Looking underneath the vehicle you can tell attention to detail was important to this builder. The biggest benefit someone can obtain here is saving thousands on their own restoration while enjoying a piece of history without worrying about depreciating a true Daytona. It's a win-win. To view this vehicle in greater detail, including an HD video and 100+ HD pictures, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our St. Louis showroom. Please call 618-271-3000 for more information!
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Engine: 2.8L I6Transmission: 3 Speed AutomaticMileage: 77,488 ( undocumented )
Gateway Classic Cars is privileged to offer for purchase in our Dallas-Fort Worth showroom this stunning and highly desirable 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet. The exterior is a beautiful, rich dark green with a thick cognac leather interior. The documentation for this vehicle includes a binder full of service records and the original owner’s manual. Features on this collector quality vehicle includes air conditioning, power windows, power steering, steering column automatic transmission, power disc brakes, Becker Europa AM/FM radio with power antenna, whitewall tires, and heat insulating glass. Mercedes-Benz's elegant Paul Bracq-designed W111 made its debut in 1959 and was produced, in its many variations, through 1971. Among the most desirable variations were the two-door models—the 280 SE Cabriolet and Coupe—which were expensive, virtually hand-built automobiles hailing from the great tradition of German craftsmanship. The wood trim throughout the interior were all genuine solid hardwood. The leather upholstery is thick and comfortable; and both the ride quality and handling are superb. These cars rapidly became favorites of international socialites and celebrities, and they were frequently seen cruising in all of the world's most posh destinations. Just less than 1,400 280SE Cabriolets were assembled from 1968-1971. Their rarity, performance, handling, craftsmanship are all blended perfectly into a design that has become iconic. It is no wonder why the 280SE has become one of the most recognized classic Mercedes-Benz models sought after by collectors today. To see 100+ HD pictures and a video of this 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view the car in person, please call the Dallas-Fort Worth showroom at (817) 310-9400 or email us directly at email@example.com.
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Engine: 383 CID V8Transmission: 3-Speed AutomaticMileage: 970 ( since rebuilt )
In 1958 Chevrolet built the Apache Pickup, in 2012 the design was re-imagined with styling cues from the Cameo pickups and this truck was born. For sale in our Nashville, TN show room is this show stopping custom that has graced the floor of car shows from coast to coast. There isn’t a piece of sheet metal on this truck that hasn’t been tweaked, massaged, or cut to make it more aesthetically pleasing. Based off of ideas from the notes of and conversations with GM’s Chuck Jordan. To say that this truck is one of a kind is an understatement, this truck is more accurately described as irreplaceable. The subtle touches like custom interior and consoles are to be appreciated, but it’s the major touches that grabbed your attention and don’t let go. Custom wood work completed with exotic African hardwoods, shaved nosed, and decked, completely fabricated and redesigned bed sides, and a beautiful candy burgundy paint job. This truck is beautiful, well thought out, and expertly executed. Under the hood is a crate 383 stroker, with all the high polish and chrome you’d expect for a truck of this caliber. Behind that is a stout turbo 350 and a this is connected to a locking ford 9 inch rear end. Inside the truck you have a full digital dash, fully adjustable power seats wrapped in leather, and a brand new stereo system. With over 3000 man hours into this build, it is truly a work of art and craftsmanship with a final fit and finish that would make Bill Hines proud. If you’re ready to take your show season to the next level or simply want to stare and drool, come on down to the Nashville, TN show room or give us a call at 615.213.1800 or visit us on the web at gatewayclassiccars.com!
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