Cars and Trucks

Check out our selection of used and salvaged inventory!

1965 Chevrolet
El Camino
Price: Inquire

Rear end damage as shown. We’re selling this one COMPLETE OR AS PARTS. Call with your needs!

1969 Chevrolet
El Camino
Price: Inquire

Ouch! Looks like some innocent texting-while-driving took this guy right up the rear! This car sells as parts, front end sells complete. Call for availability and pricing

1965 Chevrolet Chevelle
Price: $10,900

Left side damage on this 2 door post car, big-block, AT, 12-bolt rear, disc brakes, PS, Vintage AC, power front seats, and more. This car runs and drives as-is, interior is nice, under hood details are clean. Repairs needed include left fender, left door, left 1/4 panel, and left rocker.

1970 Chevrolet
Price: $4,900

This truck is a pretty clean, life-long AZ vehicle. Outside of the work related injuries shown on the fender, door edge, and box, this is a really solid truck. Power plant is a 350 w/ 4spd manual trans and very basic options.

1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk
Price: Inquire

California car, hit both front and rear as shown. Selling complete or possibly parts.....

1969 Chevrolet Impala
Price: $13,500

Purchased through the 2nd owners family this Impala spent its life in Colorado Springs. The car is original throughout but has had one repaint. The power train maintains the original 396 big block V-8, Turbo-Hyro 400 trans, and 12 bolt rear end. This is a great running old classic and drives as good as any you'll find. The floors, trunk, body and paint are nice, and the mechanics are solid.

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix
Price: $14,900

One owner, lifetime California car, heavily documented. Call or email Scott with questions

1965 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Price: $9,850

Hard hit up front as shown. Needs complete front sheet metal, frame pull or section. This one will make a nice starting point for your next garage project. It's equipped with a small block V-8 and TH 350 transmission.

1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Price: $8,950

Nice, solid, extremely rust free example of a desert-dry Cutlass, stock and original throughout. Power is a 330 4bbl high output V-8 w/AT. Options include AC, PS, PB and more. This car runs and drives good, tires are excellent. Check out our photos for detail on the condition of the body, paint, underbody and floor 

1972 Chevrolet Chevelle
Price: Inquire

This one got a little warm inside as you can see. Prior to the fire this was a nice example of a dry rust-free western Chevelle. We're not sure if this car will go in the direction of parts or if there's someone out there looking for a project of this scope, but it does have potential. The front end (less hood) look nice, doors are both repairable, rear clip also looks pretty good. Frame and suspension are unharmed as well as the small block V8 and AT. 

1972 Buick Skylark
Price: $2,975

350 V8, w/ AT, runs and drives. Complete as shown or possible part-out 

1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 396 Convertible
Price: $7,250

Here's a project car you don't find sitting around for sale in everyone's backyard. This big block convertible was apparently crashed several years back and simply parked. As you can see, it needs a full restoration throughout. The car has a numbers matching 396/AT (engine code IV w/turbo hydro) and appears very authentic under the hood and all around for that matter.

1972 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Price: $5,500

This original SS, 350, AT, factory AC car is blasted up front as shown. Needs include all front end sheet metal and sub frame replaced, plus overall restoration. The body looks decent from the cowl rearward, doors, 1/4's, floor and trunk appear solid, interior is rough

GTO (tribute) project car. Someone has started and done a great deal of the groundwork on this one. The chassis, drive line, suspension, frame, and a good amount of the body work is already done. The wheels and tires are new, engine is fresh. See our photos for complete detail

1972 Pontiac GTO
Price: $6,950
1941 Chevrolet Coupe
Price: $2,250

Rat rod, street rod, hot rod candidate. Independent front suspension, 4-link rear, solid project car

1979 Pontiac
Price: $2,000

350 V8/ AT, available complete or for parts

1968 Buick Skylark
Price: $2,950

This old Buick is a real nice mostly rust-free California car with damage both front and rear as shown. The car runs great and drives fine as-is. Frame and suspension appear undamaged. Power is Buick 350 W/ AT. The engine, trans, suspension, and brakes are real solid. Sells with Centerline Wheels as shown. You decide if you want to part it out or rebuild.

1968 Chevrolet C-10
Price: $2,500

Center front end damage as shown. Truck has basic options, power plant is a 350 V8 4bbl. w/ 4 speed manual trans. The general condition of the body (outside of damage) is very solid-not rusty. Good potential for rebuild or excellent parts. 

1974 AMC Javelin
Price: $5,250

Solid hit on the left front as shown. This is a rust-free car with potential to rebuild or nice quality parts for your project. Powerplant is a 360 V8 w/ AT 

1973 Chevrolet Camaro
Price: $17,500

California car, clean title. This car sports a stout-running aluminum head small block 350 (exact variation unknown) with aluminum intake, Holley 750 double pumper, MSD distributor, MSD 6AL ignition control, Turbo-Hydro 350 trans, 10-bolt rear, headers, and more. The engine runs awesome and the car drives good as-is. Interior is black vinyl and in good condition with the exception of a rip in the drivers seat. This one offers the opportunity to get into a highly sought-after and solid 2nd generation Camaro. Work in Progress; More photos soon!

1962 Buick Special Convertible
Price: $8,950

Original Oldie, V-6 AT, Recent Engine Overhaul. Runs and Drives Great!

1971 Chevrolet
El Camino
Price: $3,200

Left front damage as shown. Equipped with 350 small block, AT, 10-bolt rear. Parts car or repair???

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
Price: $29,900

Sharp stance with Boss custom wheels. Excellent interior and top, nice finish, f4 wheel disc brakes, good solid driver quality machine. Power is supplied through a 350 w/4 speed transmission and GM 12 bolt rear.

1987 Chevrolet Silverado C1500 
Price: $7,950

This is really a great running / driving old square-body Chev pickup. The truck is an Arizona original and completely rust-free. Power is supplied through a 350 TBI V8 / AT, and creature comforts include (ice cold) AC, cruise, tilt, power windows and locks, plus more

1968 Chevrolet C-10
Price: $12,900

Left front and right rear damage, 350 AT, runs and drives good. Easy repair with fender included. Drive it away today for $12,900!

1969 Chevrolet
Price: $18,900

Mild custom, no damage, solid driver quality truck with great curb appeal. Features small block V8, AT, 12-bolt rear, front disc brakes, 22" wheels, custom interior & more

Original numbers matching, 4spd, factory AC car, very complete, needs restoring


1964 Pontiac GTO
Price: $12,900
1974 AMC Javelin
Price: $10,950

Something for the 70's SCCA freak! Light misc. damage up front including bumper, valence, and spoiler. Car runs great and drives good. Power is a 404 V8 w/ AT. Sells As-Is.

1986 Jeep CJ-7
Price: $4,975

Theft recovery, runs great, drives. Power is a 258 EFI 6 cyl. w/ 4 speed manual, options are basic. Body has misc. bumps and bruises as shown, needs paint, or drive as-is.

Century 412 wrecker body / wheel lift, V-10 AT, AC, 203,000 miles, California truck (no rust), runs out good, excellent rubber, new cables

2004 Ford F-450 Super Duty Wrecker
Price: $9,950
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible
Price: $10,500

Olds 350 4bbl. w/AT, front end damage as shown, runs and lot drives, black interior is decent, tires look nice, convertible top looks good. Features include power windows, power locks, security, tilt wheel, and more. Overall, this car looks to be a pretty easy and quick build. Ship or pick-up location is Maricopa, AZ.

1972 Chevrolet Nova
Price: $8,900

350 w/ AT, Runs and Drives but needs all around TLC and in need of a complete interior.

1969 Chevrolet
Price: $4,950

Restoration started and incomplete as shown. This car has a very solid and mostly rust-free body. All parts shown in photos are included. Engine is a 350 w/TH AT and 12 bolt rear end.

1964 Pontiac Grand Prix
Price: $5,900

This old Grand Prix has engine fire damage up front as shown and is selling complete as pictured with a bill of sale - no title. The overall condition of the body looks pretty decent, floors and trunk look good. The interior is stock, appears original, and is complete. Fire damage under the hood is extensive and did get into the cowl. These cars are hard to find and so are parts. You decide if you want to part it out or rebuild

1966 Chevrolet Caprice
Price: $10,900

This is an affordable, very dependable and fun driver for just about anyone - not selling as a show car but not priced as such. The body is clean outside of a couple of small areas on the right quarter panel and left fender that will need a re-do at some point (or just drive and have fun as-is), floors and trunk are very solid and free of rust (see photos). Silver finish is low-gloss / matte. Power is supplied by a very fresh 350 w/ mild cam delivered by a turbo 400 and a 12 bolt rear w/ 307 posi-trac. Options include power steering, power brakes (disc fronts), leather power seats, 20" wheels. Silver finish is low-gloss / matte

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