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1967 CJ Super Custom

ID# 203385Posted Nov 28
FOR SALE $35,999

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1967 CJ6 with Custom powder coated 1 piece roll cage, frame, rocker steps and swinging Spare and jack gate. Chevy Ram Jet 502 crate engine with custom headers and dual 18" magnaflow mufflers. Dana 300 transfer case, 44 front diff and 60 rear diff with 456 gearing, and turbo 400 transmission with quicksilver 3 speed ratchet shifter. Extra trans cooler and intercooler fan. Pro-comp secondary gauges, original speedometer with ODO. Dual solid axle long travel suspension with sway bars and bump stops. 35" Wrangler A/T tires for the road, plus 20" wide rear paddle tires and front wedge tractor tires for sand, and vehicle cover included. All work done by professional off road shops or factory trained master techs. Work orders available upon request.

1977 Ford f-250 Dentside

ID# 204564Posted Nov 20
FOR SALE $37,000
1977 Ford F-250

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Hello, I have a beautiful 1977 Ford f250 Dentside for sale. Truck has been gone through top to bottom and is in amazing condition, always garage kept. The front has Auto fab front beams, radius arms, pivots, and shock hoops with King 3.0 bypasses. Under the hood is a ford 460 with c6 transmission and msd Ignition. Interior has Classic dash carbon fiber insert with Autometer Gauges and wireless Apple car play, also has a viper alarm with key fob. The truck has a heater, no AC. NO TRADES! Cash only, I'm asking 37,000 OBO. Motivated seller, shoot me a offer worst I can say is no. (cash on hand will be required for test drive)

1960 Rag Top Baja

ID# 204133Posted Nov 03
FOR SALE $18,000

Vintage Vehicles-204133

Equipped 2L type 4 engine with FAT shroud and 40idf carbs bus box built by Wrightgear box with 930 cv joints 3x3 trailing arms also widen beam Rack pinion steering Rust free vw, Car is currently registered.

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1971 Turbo Baja Bug OBO

ID# 204124Posted Nov 03
FOR SALE $34,500
1971 VW Baja Bug

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Car was built for someone’s son but was too fast and sat in his private collection until I bought it. I picked it up and finished the car to my liking. I recently had a baby and am starting a new business, so my life changed faster than the car was finished.

I had Paradise check the car out when I purchased it. They adjusted the valves and installed a high-torque starter. Dan Baudoux rebuilt the cage from the b-pillar back, went through the trans, tuned the suspension, and cleaned up the wiring.

Solid car and looks badass. I'd categorize this as a new build with pretty much all new parts. The tires still have some nubs! The wrap isn’t perfect but looks great for on the car. Starts right up hot or cold.

2187cc Turbo and Trans Built by Paradise Motorsport
930 Axles
Method Rims
Tensor 33” Tires
6AN Fittings / Braided Lines
Phoenix Fuel Pump
Oil Cooler up Front
Electric Power Steering
Red Top Optima Battery
Original Clyde Berg Catch Can
Baja Designs “Brights”
Corbeau Seats & Rear Bench
Turning Brake
PCI Race Radio (Intercom, Radio, and Headsets w/ Bluetooth)
Two PCI Headsets
Dual Rear Whips

I am 6'5" and fit with the seat all the way back. My wife is 5'10" and is good with the seat moved forward. In one of the photos you can see that the cage is radius'd to allow more room for the driver.

I’m happy to do FaceTime calls to show the car and help load it on a trailer. I’ve used Bears Transport enclosed (known mostly on Porsche forums) before. They use great carriers and have treated me well: 847-810-7641 [email protected]

My cell is 616-706-7233 and the pickup zip code is 49506. Thanks!

Mickey Thompson's Challenger III

ID# 202756Posted Oct 31
FOR SALE $165,000
1975 Mickey Thompson Challenger III

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Own a piece of Off Road Racing history! Challenger III actually started out as ORMHOF inductee Larry Minors vehicle that he had built by Smokey Allerman back in 1975. This car was built to compete against friend and rival Parnelli Jones and his Big Oly Bronco and then the Chevy Blazers. Minor and fellow ORMHOF inductee Roger Mears raced the "Smokey SSI" chassis in a few races in 1975 including the Baja 500 and Baja 1000. In 1977 Mickey Thompson bought the car from Minor and changed the suspension and body to closely match his desert racer (Challenger IV). Challenger III was used solely as Mickeys short course racer but was also used at the 1977 Riverside world championships as a camera car with another ORMHOF inductee Johnny Johnson at the wheel.

Challenger III was built like a sprint car with a straight axle, but also supporting a VW styled beam front suspension with torsion bars and dual MT gas shocks. Steering is a Chevy Saginaw box attached to a center mounted "slider". Halibrand knock off hubs were used with Airheart calipers. The motor is one of 33 (we were told) custom aluminum blocks designed/built/raced by Thompson with aluminum brownfield heads and Holley 4 barrel carb. The motor is original, spins freely and is attached to a B&M 2 speed power glide transmission. The seat is suspended in the chassis with dual motorcycle shocks and a panhard bar. The rearend is a Henry's Magnesuim Dana 60 with titanium axle tubes, 3 link style suspension with Rick Hasselo 43" long custom 2.5" coilover shocks, summers brothers axles, knock off rear hubs and Airheart calipers. The small short course fuel cell is located in the rear in front of the rear sway bar/bump stop.

This car was torn down to the frame, cleaned up, located hard to find parts to get it back in the condition it is in now. This is a museum build but could be easily be made a runner if the new buyer wanted. This car is a true collectors vehicle because it is hard to find an off road vintage car this original, with the number of ORMHOF inductees tied to it and in such good shape. The racer was professionally appraised by Gary Haugley (Classic Auto Appraiser of San Diego) at $317,000 last year in its current condition.

Check out the complete on-line build here:

Willing to negotiate, give me a call and lets talk. Serious inquires only please

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Mickey Thompson's Challenger IV

ID# 202759Posted Oct 31
FOR SALE $485,000
1978 Mickey Thompson Challenger IV

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Own a piece of Off Road Racing History!!!

Built in 1977, Challenger IV was the brain child of none other than Speed King, Mickey Thompson.
We believe Challenger IV was one of the most technologically advanced off road cars of its era. Mickey was incorporating massive shocks, Truggy chassis (part truck, part buggy), V8 power and 36" tall tires that would become the norm in off road racing, only this happened in the late 70's while it took a few decades for it to catch on.

CH4 was restored in 2014, raced the NORRA Mexican 1000 (DNF while leading at the 600 mile mark), then raced and WON the Vintage class at the 2016 MINT 400. Since that time it has been used at trade shows, museum tours and even hit the La Jolla Concours D'Elegance car show and pulled off an impressive 2nd place in the race car category. The racer is prepped and even though it has been retired by it's current owner it can still be entered at any Off Road Racing event like the MINT 400, NORRA 500 and NORRA 1000. Don't be fooled, this is no trailer queen, she is a fire breathing dragon.

CH4 has a 112" wheelbase, 12" of front wheel travel with Halibrand knock off hubs, wilwood calipers, Howe performance Saginaw steering box, King shocks and Sway a way torsion bars. The motor is a 383 Chevy stroker, Holly carb, Brodix aluminum heads, Accel ignition, roller rockers and CR Racing radiator. The motor is rated at approx 500 hp. Trans is a 2 speed power glide built by Gearworks in Las Vegas, 3 link rear suspension connected to a Henry's magnesium Dana 60 with Titanium axle tubes, Halibrand knock off hubs and wilwood calipers. The fuel cell is a FuelSafe bladder and hold 46 gallons of 100 octane. All plumbing uses Earls Performance fittings and the racer was professionally wired by THR Wiring in San Diego. Cockpit consists of titanium trans shiels, suspended Mastercraft safety seat with motorcycle shock, B&M shifter, assortment of gauges and Accel coils for easy switching if needed. CH$ only has approx 800 race miles on it since restoration but was prepped after its last race in 2016.

The full build can be seen here at:

Classic Auto Appraiser (Gary Haugley) professionally appraised CH4 in 2022 at $787,000.

This historic racer is being offered at $485,000. Price is negotiable, serious inquires only please.
If sold as a pair (CH3 and CH4), we can negotiate a better price.

Call Rory for more details.

1965 Triumph Herald convertable

ID# 204849Posted Nov 30

FOR SALE $12000
1965 Triumph Herald

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1965 Triumph Herald convertible, 1200cc engine, 4 speed manual transmission, runs great, garage kept.

Jeepster commando windshield frame

ID# 204822Posted Nov 30


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OEM 67-73 Jeepster commando windshield frame & mirror sun visors. Windshield has crack but everything is in good condition for oem

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Jeepster commando front clip

ID# 204823Posted Nov 30


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72-73 Jeepster commando front clip OEM. Have many other Jeepster parts

Jeepster commando

ID# 204824Posted Nov 30


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72 to 73 Jeepster commando Hood in great condition for age and being OEM comes with hood hinges and front hood lock

Jeepster steering column

ID# 204825Posted Nov 30


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OEM Jeepster commando steering column. Have many other Jeepster parts

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