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Milwaukee

Powered by a 351 Cleveland V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Red exterior. Red interior.

The Mustang has been a phenomenon since its introduction in 1964. Considered Fords longest running production car as the nameplate is still used today. With over one million units sold in... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 455 CID H/O V-8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Blue exterior. Black interior.

The Pontiac Lemans was marketed from 1961 to 1981 and the GTO name plate started life as an upgrade trim package on the Lemans. Eventually becoming a stand-alone model in 1963... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a Flat 4 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Yellow exterior. Black interior.

The Karmann Gia was first introduced in the United States in 1956. Over 400,000 units were sold by the end of its run in 1974. Volkswagen produced the Ghia as a... See More

Milwaukee

1973 AMC Javelin

AMX pierre cardin edition

Powered by a 401 V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Silver exterior. Black interior.

AMC hit the pony car market head on with the all-new Javelin. Produced from 1968-1974, AMC was looking to steal some of the market share from the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a L48 350 V8 engine with a 3-Speed Auto Automatic transmission. Red exterior. Black interior.

Ever since the model debut in 1953 the Corvette has been regarded as the standard of high-end American made sports car created to obliterate all competition in its class. The C3... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 360 V8 engine with a 904 Automatic transmission. Green exterior. Black interior.

The Dart had a long production run from 1960-1976. This fourth generation Dart ran from 1967-1976. Sold in many variations including two-door, four-door, and convertible models. Engine options ran from a... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 454 CID Big Block V8 engine with a TH400 3-Speed Auto Automatic transmission. Bright Medium Blue Metallic exterior. Black interior.

'America's sports car' has been produced for over 68 years. A fiberglass car admired over the decades for its unique styling and performance. This 1973 C3 Corvette model was produced from... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 454 V8 engine with a Turbo 400 Automatic transmission. Red exterior. Red interior.

The Excalibur was manufactured in Milwaukee Wisconsin. It was built to resemble the 1928 Mercedes-Benz SSK. Over 3,500 Excalibur's were built before the final car was built in 1990. The Excalibur... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 350 V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Yellow exterior. Black interior.

The Corvette is as American as apple pie. With over 60 years of production and eight design changes the Corvette has withstood the test of time. In 1953 the first Corvette... See More

Milwaukee

1974 Ford LTD

Brougham

Powered by a 400 CID Small Block V-8 engine with a 5-Speed Manual transmission. Brown exterior. Brown interior.

The LTD model was introduced in 1965 as Fords highest trim level on the full-sized Galaxie. Through its long run the LTD was sold in many variations including a two-door, four-door,... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 489 Big Block Stroker V8 engine with a TH400 3-Speed Auto Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

Ask yourself this; Do you like old trucks? Do you like fast old trucks? Do you like fast old trucks with built big blocks? Look no further. This 75' embodies and... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 460 CID V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Tan interior.

The Grand Marquis model was sold by the Ford Motor Company from 1975-2011 as a full-size sedan. Built as a rear wheel that shared the same platform with the Lincoln Town... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 500 CID engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. White exterior. Red interior.

The 1976 model was part of he ninth generation for Cadillac Eldorado's, produced from 1971-1978. For 1975, the Eldorado was given rectangular headlamps, a new egg crate grille, four wheel openings... See More

Milwaukee

1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Supreme Brougham

Powered by a 350 CID Small Block V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Blue exterior. Blue interior.

The Cutlass was produced from 1961-1999. Having a successful run transforming from a compact unibody to a body-on-frame midsized car. The 1960s brought in the muscle car era and Oldsmobile did... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 6.5 Liter 400 CID with Electronic Lean Burn System engine with a 3-Speed A727 Auto Automatic transmission. Green exterior. Green interior.

The Cordoba was produced as a two-door mid-sized personal luxury car from 1975-1983. Distinctively recognized for its Argentinean coin hood ornament. The Cordoba was an instant success with over 150,000 units... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 400 CID V-8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Gold exterior. Gold interior.

The Newport nameplate has been used by Chrysler on and off from 1940-1981. From 1961-1981 the Newport was marketed as a modestly priced model to its big sisters the Chrysler New... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a V8 400 CID engine with an Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

General Motors had an instant hit with the Grand Prix with it's over the top sporty styling and luxury appointments. The Grand Prix had a great run of 46 years and... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 400 CID V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Blue exterior. Blue interior.

The Cordoba was produced as a two-door mid-sized personal luxury car from 1975-1983. Distinctively recognized for its Argentinean coin hood ornament. The Cordoba was an instant success with over 150,000 units... See More

Milwaukee

1977 Dodge B300

Tradesman Custom Van

Powered by a 360 V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Brown exterior. Red interior.

This large bodied van truly manages to take the cake in terms of customization and displays how awesome a vehicle can look with true attention to detail. The outside of this... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 351W CID Small Block engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Brown exterior. Brown interior.

The Thunderbird was produced from 1957-1997 and 2002-2005 as a two-door luxury coupe. Ford has marketed the T-bird for their driving comfort and convenience features over being a performance car. Over... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a I4 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Iridescent Green Metallic exterior. Purple interior.

The MGB was manufactured from 1962-1980. It was marketed as a four-cylinder soft top sport car by British Leland of England. The MGB has been considered as a nicely styled, affordable,... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 427 CID V-8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Yellow exterior. Yellow interior.

Cadillac has always been at the top of the American Luxury car manufacturer market. Building beautiful cars since 1902. General Motors bought the Cadillac brand in 1909 and transformed it into... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a L82 350 CID V8 engine with a 3-Speed Auto Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Silver interior.

The C3 Platform arrived in 1968 sharing a frame and chassis with the previous C2 but now offered improved aerodynamics and better handling with less body roll. This body style flaunted... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 6.6L 400 CID V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Blue exterior. Blue interior.

Pontiac first introduced the first 'Trans Am 'which consisted of an optional handling package in 1969. A limited number were made including 689 hardtops and 8 convertibles that year. This 1979... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 383 Stroker Small Block V8 engine with a Manual transmission. White exterior. Tan interior.

Since it's debut in 1953 the Corvette has set the bar high for American made sports cars in terms of performance under the hood and on the road in terms of... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a Fuel Injected Flat 4 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Red exterior. Black interior.

The Volkswagen Beetle was manufactured from 1938-1973. Remaining basically unchanged as a two-door, rear engine economy car. The Beetle was the brainchild of Ferdinand Porsche and has been marketed as the'... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 400 CID V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. White exterior. Blue interior.

For a longtime standing, the Lincoln name brand has upheld a solid reputation of setting the standard for what it means to be a true luxury vehicle. This 79 model is... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 1970 Pontiac 400 Bored Out to A 480 Stroker engine with a 4-Speed Manual Super T10(NUMBERS Matchin transmission. Atlantis Blue exterior. Oyster White interior.

The Firebird was produced from 1967-2002. Pontiac first introduced the first 'Trans Am 'which consisted of an optional handling package in 1969. A limited number were made including 689 hardtops and... See More

Milwaukee

Powered by a 350/4BBL 300 Hp V8 engine with a TH350 Automatic transmission. Blue exterior. Black interior.

The Camaro has been an iconic brand for General Motors since 1967. Manufactured to be a direct competitor to the Ford Mustang. After six generations and over five million units sold... See More

New Arrival

Powered by a 350 V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Beige and Bronze exterior. Tan interior.

The Corvette is as American as apple pie. With over 60 years of production and eight design changes the Corvette has withstood the test of time. In 1953 the first Corvette... See More

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Rel. November 18, 2022