Some of Jaguar's most significant heritage vehicles are to be sold on the open market. Fancy getting your hands on the very first prototype SS or the Geneva Motor Show E-type? Now is your chance...
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Cars are usually made in factories, not found abandoned and covered in over forty years of dust upon the factory floor. However, in the last few weeks, a 1927 Packard that is still in remarkably good condition has been unveiled in a disused Philadelphia factory.
1927 Packard Discovered in Abandoned Factory After Over 40 Years
Elegantly aggressive – that's exactly how you should view this 1933 Chevrolet Eagle Street Rod sedan. With subtle two-tone paintwork, a custom/comfy interior, a fuel-injected small block, overdrive transmission, and an upgraded suspension, it's everything you want in one distinctive street machine. This Eagle is true General Motors steel, a rarity these days. Chevy's sleek styling already gives this a standout presence against the Ford out there, and everyone loves it when you open up all the suicide doors on this sedan. And there are great details, like the cowl vents and AOOGA! horn. Plus, there's very cool two tone paintwork where the body is maroon, while the fenders and running boards are a slightly deeper burgundy – drawing extra attention to this swoopy feature. But it's more than just the history that makes the car distinct. The modern tires on the wire wheel and bright dual exhaust tips begin to hint that this Chevy has a lot going on underneath the skin. The sea of red continues inside to reveal very custom setup. After all, the custom pattern on the seats and doors is far more intricate than what you got in the '30s. What this era did offer was plenty of interior space, so feel free to take along plenty of family and friends. But the driver is the most important in this custom machine. That's why you have a Grant sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, a Lokar shifter, and the dash is dominated by updated Classics Instruments gauges. More of this driver's car nature can be seen in the engine bay. After all, you can instantly spot the upgrade because small block power was decades away when this Chevy first left the assembly line. In fact, this 283 cubic-inch V8 is more advanced than most out there with an upgrade to fuel injection. Plus, you have an Edelbrock intake and shorty headers adding power to this package. This also has the right supporting components like rack & pinion power steering, front disc brakes, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The suspension has been upgraded where you have a Mustang II-style independent front, four-link rear, and coilovers all around. And since the transmission is a four-speed automatic w/overdrive, you'll easily cruise this classic near and far. This is classic style with all the best upgrades, so if you like a great custom classic and a great value, call now!
1933 Chevrolet Eagle Street Rod
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