Crevier Classic Cars is offering a True J code 1971 Ford Mustang Fastback. The car was designed during the peak of horsepower wars of the late 60`s and early 70`s and this one was made to do one thing, GO Fast! The car is a simple fastback with the 429 Cobra Jet engine and Top loader 4-speed transmission along with the bullet-proof 9 rear diff. Reported that it is one of 56 that came with this eng
Crevier Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1970 Plymouth Cuda. Built by Ultimate Rides of El Paso, Texas. Starting with a solid Barracuda Convertible, the car was completely disassembled and a rotisserie build commenced. A binder of photographs of the restoration and information accompany the car. Powered by a no nonsense MOPAR Performance 528CI Fuel-Injected HEMI V8, producing a whopping 610hp
Crevier Classic Cars is offering this unique 1963 Fiat 600. This Fiat has been restored. It has a 4 cylinder 633cc rear engine with a 4 speed manual transmission. The car was recently serviced including the generator and new fan belt. Has a roof rack with vintage style lugguage on top complementing the vehicle very nicely. The Fiat fires right up and is a blast to drive around town.
Crevier Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster. This car is equipped with GM`s Performance ZZ4 Crate engine prducing 350hp and a very stout 400ft/lbs of torque. It also features a smooth shifting, optional 4 speed manual transmission. Finished in the very desirable color of Ermine White with a striking red interior and is equipped with both a hardtop and soft top.
Crevier Classic Cars is offering a gorgeous, beautifully restored 1946 Pontiac Woody Station Wagon in excellent condition inside and out. It is a truly unmolested, original that has received a beautiful cosmetic restoration. All the wood is original and has been beautifully refinished to look like new. It is in its correct Sable Black paint. It has its original 248ci straight eight engine that run
Only 3,692 Sportsman convertible were produced by the Ford Motor Company between 1946 and 1947, with a very few being titled as 1948 models. The body numbers were stamped on the firewall on all Sportsmen. Hard Maple from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Mahogany from the Philippines were used to produce the wood bodies, a craft perfected by Ford through years of building station wagons and depo
Presented in White with blue interior, this 1965 RHD Mercedes 230SL Pagoda Auto has had an extensive amount of money spent on it in recent years to maintain its excellent condition. Having had recent work completed by an acknowledged Mercedes Pagoda restorer, it has previous invoices totalling over £60k as part of the comprehensive history folder. The car has had an interesting life, having spent
Lowered price from €24.950 -> €22.950 (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The project of a Volvo sportscar was started in 1957 because Volvo wanted a sports car, despite the fact that their previous attempt, the P1900, had been a disaster, with only 68 cars sold. The man behind the project was an engineering consultant to Volvo, Helmer Pettersson, who in the 1940s was responsible for the V
Looking at the Chrysler line-up for 1931 can be a most confusing bit of automotive research. At the start of the model year on July 1, 1930, most models were hold-overs from the previous season with the “New” CM series not appearing until January 2, 1931. Using a modern engine that would prove to be more economical to produce, purchase, and maintained, this series found plenty of buyers even i
Now in our Houston Showroom is this 1965 Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle is most certainly a classic car, for it began production back in 1938. This Bug is in good condition and ready for its new owner to take it on those nice summer cruises. Its powered by a strong and clean 1600cc 4-cylinder air cooled engine that makes for a fun little ride. It is assisted by a 4-speed manual transmission to hel