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1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

One of only 1,100 396/375hp Camaros produced in 1967. Very few remain in existence. Certified as original RS/SS L78 4 speed by Jerry McNeish. Trim tag never off of the car (also certified by McNeish) verifies original factory RS/SS with black deluxe interior. Numbers & date code matching engine, transmission, and rear. McNeish says that the engine & rear appear to be factory original. Trans is part number and date correct, but there is no VIN stamp present (factory omission?). Factory traction bar in place. Full, professional restoration just completed. purchased from previous owner of 35 years. Pictures of car before and after restoration available. It was very respectable looking before being restored - not a rust bucket.

Price: $ 73,500.

Call SoCal Car Guy
323-798-5709.  LOS ANGELES, CA.
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1978 FORD JOHN WAYNE'S SUPERCAB LARIAT PICKUP / TRUCK

This Ford F350 SuperCab Truck, “The Duke”, was originally owned by John Wayne. The Truck was especially built for John Wayne by Ford. The truck is powered by a 460 V8 and an automatic transmission. The truck was made about as tough as John Wayne himself. There were only 500 Ford SuperCabs built in 1978, making this truck a collector vehicle on its own. He used this truck to pull his dressing room trailer and for Harper Catering service that he was a part owner of when on location, and as his personal vehicle while he was at his ranch, the 26 Bar in Stanfield, Arizona. The truck was then sold to Dick Hammer, a stuntman, who was a good friend of “The Duke”. Dick Hammer (pictured with John Wayne) was a stuntman in such classic films as Stagecoach, Stallion Canyon, and many other great Western movies. He also owned a restaurant for 57 years in southern Utah called the “Famous Dick’s Cafe”, which he operated until the age of 90. It was as much a Hollywood museum as it was a cafe. After a long filming day, John Wayne and the film crews would come to the cafe for supper. Dick Hammer is credited with bringing dozens of film crews and actors, including John Wayne and Clark Gable to the western scenes of southern Utah. When Dick Hammer retired, he sold the truck to John D. Day, “World Champion Horseman”, who grew up with the truck. Day allowed the truck and his ranch to be used in a Suzie Boogus music video for the song “Some Day Soon”. The truck appears pretty much the same as it was when John Wayne drove it. The truck will be auction at No Reserve at Mecum Kissimmee 2020 Florida Auction on January 11th. Visit: Mecum.com. 262-275-5050



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262-275-5050.  KISSIMMEE, FL.

 

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1965 FORD MUSTANG GT 2+2 FASTBACK COUPE

1965 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback Coupe. High Performance 289ci V8 engine, 4 speed trans. Matching numbers K code car, fold down rear seat, factory chrome wheels, factory style dual Redline.

Price: $ 65,000.

Call Martins Auto - Used Cars
606-864-7434.  LONDON, KY.

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