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  1. In 1978 with only 2,188 L'il Red Express trucks produced in its inaugural year, this rare original Dodge Lil Red Express truck was about as close as you were going to get to a real muscle car with a full bed. I doubt today we’ll ever get a modern truck with its big V8, side stack chrome stacks/exhaust, and cool wood package. This Lil Red Express lives up to its name by being neatly dressed up from the factory to look a little vintage with its Bright Canyon Red paint and full gold tape stripe/decal package. Sporting the original 360 cubic inch V8, the performance may still surprise you, even today. A heavy-duty TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic was the only transmission available, and it spins 3.55 gears out back, so it feels punchy around town but cruises easily on the highway. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 360 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a Lil Red Express truck. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes, steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. The chrome dual snorkel air cleaner was also part of the package, and its dressed still to today as the factory did it, right down to the original decal on the lid. The engine bay is tidy for the originality and shows signs of routine maintenance, but no major modifications have been done which suggests its always been treated well. As for the original interior, this truck came with a uniform option: a red bench seat with matching door panels, dash, and carpet that only show very minor use. Overall, this original distinguishable 1978 Dodge Lil Red Express shows a very unique quality truck that is a fast-moving classic. If you want rare and unique, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $30,000 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  2. This is an exceptional example of a frame off restoration 1952 Ford F1 Truck that is powered by a 239 cu in 100hp Flathead V8 engine which is backed up by a 3 speed On-the-Tree manual Transmission. Everything from top to bottom has been meticulously restored/redone including a 12 volt upgrade which shows. The beautiful combination this F1 Ford Truck wears is complete, with the original factory trim tag and exterior/interior that is just beautifully done. Of course, everything is new inside the truck, including rubber mats, upholstered seats, door panels, and the chrome/gauges on the dash, making it look quite crisp in person. The exterior is presented in Axalta Coral Flame Red that is very straight and solid. The interior has also been replaced with a new Tan/Brown two tone interior giving the truck a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. The paint is modern urethane, so it should look great for years to come with only modest maintenance and given that it has been driven so seldom, there are no notable demerits that we need to mention. This truck is extremely well detailed in every way that matters. It has a gorgeous new oak bed, black painted bumpers and stainless that shines like new! It has been completely restored that shows a quality Ford truck that gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $34,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  3. 1935 Ford Coupe Steel Body & Fenders Built 289 cu in V8 Engine Ford Top Loader 4 Speed Manual Transmission 8 inch Rear End Aluminum Western Rims Kelly Springfield Radials Holley Electric Fuel Pump Disc Brakes Martz Reinforced Chassis HoC Candy Apple Oriental Blue Paint Rod Francis Wire Works Wire Kit Power Windows Tinted Windows Dual Exhaust New Chrome Bumpers and re-chromed Grill Custom Stitched Tan Leather Interior Artie Burl Interior/Exterior Pin Stripping Car was restored in 1985 but still looks great! One of the prettiest and nicest coupes around built from frame up! 12,250 actual miles since since restoration. $34,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions!
  4. This is a very nice 1966 Pontiac GTO 2 Dr hardtop that is powered by Pontiacs famous '67 400 cubic inch engine and a '66 Pontiac Tri-Power carburetor set up. This GTO has the correct center console which houses the standard shifter for the 3 speed TH 350 automatic transmission, which transfers the power to the rear wheels. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 400 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a GTO with dual exhaust. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. With only 89,935 miles on the car, the rebuilt engine was recently refreshed with gaskets and seals and a full clean up to be ready for show, and it runs great—this is not your run-of-the-mill trailer queen. The exterior of this car is very straight and solid. There are no rust issues and the car still wears its original factory fenders with all the correct stampings. Frame is solid with no issues. The car came from the factory with a "Martinique Bronze" metallic and was repainted to the factory color. The “Cordova Black” vinyl top was replaced. The Bronze interior has also been replaced with a new interior giving the car a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. This GTO gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $46,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  5. 1955 Chrysler New Yorker St. Regis Survivor/driver condition car 331 Hemi V8 3-speed Torqueflite Automatic Transmission Power Steering This car starts, idles, accelerates, steers, stops and drives nicely. Original chrome, stainless trim, dash gauges and interior fabrics. Two tone factory lacquer paint White leather and maroon cloth interior is very presentable, unrestored and functional. There is not a rust hole in this car anywhere. Very solid! Restore this car to perfection, or drive it as is. $19,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  6. This 1920 Model T Depot Hack is a charming example that wears an older restoration that has taken on a nice and very mild patina over the years. The basis for this depot hack is the chassis of a 1920 Ford Model T Depot Hack with its simple yet reliable mechanicals. The wooden body presents in very good condition throughout, appearing to be restored correctly with good fitting of the doors and beautiful detailing. This Model T is mechanically sound, the simple and robust 176 cubic inch L-head engine and planetary transmission being in good working order. The engine has been rebuilt and balanced in the 1990s with good hoses, clamps, and wiring. Engine detailing is average, showing some signs of use but overall tidy and well-presented. The interior is nice with no rips or tears on the black leather seating, and all wood has been treated and looks good. The canvas top is in very nice condition and the exterior can be fitted and added with a single side-mount spare that is located in the back. The chassis is clean and painted satin black, and it rides on matching stained wooden “artillery” wheels with all black tires which are in great condition. Overall, this Model T is a delightful, enjoyable period piece, that is ready to load up with passengers for runs to the railroad station, freight depot… or perhaps just your favorite local ice cream shop. $17,950 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
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