#202 1952 Crosley Pick-up

Eugene Adamson, Elgin, IL

Has a Bearcat motor out of a boat (in board) 59 cubic inch.

#206 2006 Chevrolet SSR

Steven Jensen, Machesney Park, IL

Two-tone paint, less than 500 miles, LS2 Corvette, T-56 6 sp, 1 of 15 produced with options and final production run. Every option possible 1 of 1.

#914 1971 Porsche 914

Chris DeRango, Rockford, IL

Complete custom build with a 350 Chevrolet engine. Many speed options included. 

#166 1955 Ford Thunderbird

Jerry Knuth, Rockford, IL

New one-of-a-kind engine installed by owner

#167 1958 BMW ISETTA

Jerry KNuth, Rockford, IL

Fully restored by owner- three-wheel car produced in Germany. 

#162 1982 Excalibur Phaeton

Jordan Martin, Machesney Park, IL

Projected top speed of 134 mph. Built in Milwaukee, WI at the Excalibur factory owned by legendary designer Brooks Stevens.

#165 1978 Pontiac Trans AM

Arne Toman, Machesney Park, IL

This a very clean pro touring "Smokey and the Bandit" themed Trans AM.

#164 1974 Dodge Monaco

Arne Toman, Machesney Park, IL

Blues Brothers Mobile replica. 

#163 1996 Chevrolet Caprice

Arne Toman, Machesney Park, IL

This is a turbocharged Drag hearse with an Iron Maiden theme. It also happens to hold the world record for Quickest and fastest hearse.

#123 1985 ASC McLaren Capri

Steve Lamb, Rockford, IL

Very rare 1985 ASC McClaren Capri, 1 of 551 ever produced and 1 of about 250 left in existing. This car has only 54000 miles, has the Mclaren suspension with a foxbody chassis and a E.F.I 5.0 liter Years built 1984-1986 Cost was about $21,000 Most parts are interchangeable with the Foxbody Mustang.

#92 1960 Metropolitan Convertible

Hylan Gray, Roscoe, IL

1 of 8553 DeLoreans produced between 1981 and 1983. 

#101 1982 Delorean DMC-12

Myles Cochran, Chicago, IL

Very good condition Delorean

#99 1955 Chevrolet Cameo

Shawn Sweeney, Rockton, IL

I have a restored and updated 1955 Chevy cameo pickup. Restored to original body and interior with 350 and 700r4 trans . 4 weel disc brakes and American rims

#93 1971 AMC AMX Prototype

Michael Spangler, Jefferson, WI

The 2-seat AMX was produced from 1968-1970. This particular car was once owned by Richard A. Teague, AMC Vice President of Design. This car was originally his 1968 AMX then re-created by Teague and his staff to be the prototype for 1971 and beyond if it were to be produced. Basically it has a new front fenders hood & Grill (all handmade fiberglass. It also sports a new interior.

The proposal for the 2-seat was turned down for production, though some of its styling ideas were used on the 1971-74 Javelin/AMX (4-seater) the front fenders grille and hood were used. The seats were also used for production.