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For sale by our Nashville showroom is this eye catching 1956 Ford F100 Panel Van. Under the hood of this rowdy resto-mod is a massive 460 cubic inch V8 fed by a pair of 4-barrel carbs and a beefy C6 3-speed automatic transmission. One look under the hood into the clean engine bay and you can't help but appreciate the work that has gone into this Ford. The massive long tube headers stand out pro...
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Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to offer this 1962 International Harvester Scout 80. The Scout is an off-road vehicle produced by International Harvester from 1961 to 1980. The 1962 International Harvester Scout 80 came as a 4x2 or a 4x4, sat on a 100-inch wheelbase, and was offered in four configurations, the no-top Roadster, the Cab-Top pickup, the Travel-Top station wagon, and ...
1961 Chevrolet Corvair 95 Rampside Pickup ?Restored seldom-seen ramp side pickup example ?Debut year for the Rampside model; one of only 10,787 examples made in 1961 ?Unibody, forward control pickup truck with passenger-side ramp to load/unload cargo (code R-1254) ?110HP 145 CID air-cooled, flat six-cylinder engine mounted behind the rear axle ?Two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission and 3....
Rauch & Lang of Cleveland, Ohio, started in the carriage industry, much like many of its early contemporaries in the automobile business. Beginning in 1884 as a partnership between wagon builder Jacob Rauch and a real estate magnate Charles Lang, the company was quite successful from the start. Rauch & Lang set their sights much higher than ordinary wagons, focusing on luxurious and prestigious...
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1931 Mack Truck

As one of America's most enduring heavy-duty truck manufacturers, Mack's pioneering origins date to 1890 when John M. "Jack" Mack joined the Fallesen & Berry carriage and wagon works in Brooklyn, New York. By 1893, Jack and brother Augustus purchased the company and William, another brother, joined them the next year. Carriages soon gave way to wagons and experiments with steam and electric pow...
1931 Ford Model A Wood Wagon (Mary Tyler Moore) ?Titled and personally owned by Mary Tyler Moore since 1992! ?Was completely restored for her in 1992 ?Custom-built 1931 Ford Model A Woody Wagon ?Originally built for use at the Lake George tourist area in upstate New York ?Absolutely beautiful wood work! ?Formerly owned by Mary Tyler Moore; titled as a 1984 Ford in her name ?Dashboard autographe...
2002 Cadillac Escalade Limousine ?5.3L V-8 engine with multi-port fuel injection (code LM7) ?Four-speed automatic transmission (code 4L60-E) ?Two-wheel drive ?Dual batteries under hood ?White Diamond exterior with white vinyl room. Pewter leather interior for driver and minder up front; black leather with pewter trim and black carpet for passengers ?Air-conditioning, front and rear; cruise cont...
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is thrilled to present this beautiful 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible for sale on consignment with our showroom in Phnix, Arizona. The Bonneville line up, which consisted of a 2-door convertible like this car to body styles such as a 4-door station wagon and 2/4 door hardtop, was Pontiac's most luxurious brand during the 1960's. The restoration of this exa...
Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable 1953 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country Station Wagon One of only 1,399 New Yorker Town & Country Station Wagons made in 1953Original 331 CID Hemi Firepower V-8 engineM6 Presto-Matic two-speed semi-automatic transmission and 3.54 gearingCaravan Beige over Cocoa Brown Metallic exteriorAll-original brown/tan c...
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is happy to offer this funky 1962 Mercury Comet Station Wagon marketed on consignment with our Arizona showroom, located in North Phnix. Back in the early 1960's the Interstate Highway System had just been completed and Americans were more eager than ever to pack the whole family into the car and hit the open road. This Mercury Station Wagon and many others li...
Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1979 GMC Suburban 2500. The Suburban nameplate has been a staple in the General Motors lineup since 1935. Considered to be the first mass produced station wagon. The 1979 GMC Suburban is a seventh- generation model that was produced from 1973-1991. Prior to 1973 the Suburban had only one door on the left side. Front and rear air conditio...
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