One family car, 351 Cleveland, 42,000 actual miles. Asking $3,500
Tom Fuller 843-355-6767. Must sell , Must see to appreciate.
Brian purchased this 40-year-old 1974 Corvette Roadster for his 40th birthday in June of 2014. It is all-original with 22,000 miles, and well optioned with an L82 engine, air conditioning, electric windows, leather interior, black vinyl top, and white ragtop.
Tom’s Cougar has been in his family since around 1973. It’s powered by a 351 Cleveland engine, balanced and blueprinted. It has a roller camshaft, a Holley 750 carb and an aluminum intake. The valve covers have been chromed along with other pieces under the hood. The C-6 transmission was beefed up to be able to take the modifications to the engine. It has been repainted the original color, and the vinyl top is the original.
Mike traded a 1977 Corvette, plus a little cash, for this 1980 Corvette at Jordan Chevrolet in Timmonsville in 1982. It’s completely original except for new paint. It has every option that was available, except for the 350 CID engine instead of the optional L82 motor. Among the many options, it has is a rare factory glass T-Top, a rear deck rack, and a Gymkhana suspension.
Sam says he didn’t buy his 1992 GMC Sonoma pickup new, but has had it for “a long time.” He bought it totally stock and used, with 95,000 miles on it. It now has over 124,000 miles on it. It has a 4.3 liter Vortec engine, and everything on it is original except for the new paint.
Gerald and Pat needed a new “USC” truck. They bought this GMC brand new in 2006 and had put over 130,000 miles on it by the middle of 2013. Since they couldn’t find one painted USC burgundy, they bought this black one so they could put University of South Carolina stickers on it. It has an inline 5 cylinder, 3.5 liter with an automatic 4-speed transmission with overdrive, obviously great on gas.
Sam’s dad bought this 1974 Ford Ranger Pickup new in 1973 and Sam inherited it when his dad passed away in 1975. With 87,000 original miles on it, the truck is all original, except for the step up to a 390 CID engine, a hood scoop and a newly upholstered seat. The truck also features a color coordinated bed cover and windshield sun visor.
Davy & Joanna have had their 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Four Door Sedan for about 10 years. It has a 327 CID Chevrolet engine with “300” heads and a Holley 650 CFM Double Pumper carburetor on an Edelbrock intake. Additional features a reupholstered interior, front disc brakes, a 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive, and an Extreme Flowmaster duel exhaust system with ceramic coated headers.
In 2005, Tom had wanted a T-Bird for over 20 years. He searched the internet, eBay, newspapers and local dealerships, was high bidder on eBay for several, but did not make the reserve. This one was listed on eBay, a Merlot colored 2004 with the tan and black interior. He called the dealer, made a deal and got the car on July 1, 2005. It was only a year old, had only 9,600 miles on it, and was one of only 3,991 made.
Gerald’s F-100 is a work in progress. The engine is a 1968 390 CID backed by a C6 automatic transmission. They have also installed a 9 inch rearend, a Lokar shifter kit and a Toyota power steering gear box. The truck has been lowered approximately 4 inches up front and 4 inches in the back. A 1986 Buick tilt hood mechanism has been installed so the hood tilts forward. Gerald says that was an experience!