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1969 Chevrolet Nova
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1969 Chevrolet Nova


Engine: 396 CID V8
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Mileage: 36,338 ( undocumented )

We are excited to present this 1969 Chevrolet Nova now available at our Philly store. According to historical Chevrolet records This Nova which has been certified by Camaro Hi Performance is an original SS 396, L 78, 375 HP V8. It is equipped with a Muncie M21 4 speed transmission and a 12 bolt 3:55 rear axle. It is all numbers matching. This SS 396 Nova coupe has been certified as real and authentic. The exterior paint has been changed to LeManns blue and is in good condition. The black interior is original and matches the trim identification tag on the firewall. The seats, dash and headliner appear to be original and are in excellent condition. The carpet has been replaced. The Sun tach and Sun gauges are all circa 1970s and in excellent condition. The original AM FM radio is still in the dash and functioning as it should. The engine compartment is clean and well detailed with some minor dress up items and factory decals. This car is a great driver. These big block Novas are getting harder and harder to find. This one with this powertrain is the one to have. To view this 1969 Chevrolet Nova in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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1967 Ford Fairlane
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1967 Ford Fairlane


Engine: 302 CID V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 96,002 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars is excited to offer this gorgeous 1967 Ford Fairlane! Named after Henry Ford’s estate near Dearborn, Michigan, the Fairlane is best remembered for its timeless design and in some models, a healthy powerplant. The famed car had a terrific 15 year run and while it was discontinued after 1970, it remained a favorite to car collectors and enthusiasts to this day! Representing the fifth generation, this 1967 Fairlane is cloaked in classy green metallic paint with a white convertible top that puts it “over the top!” Open the door to reveal a handsome green vinyl interior with comfortable front bench seat and sporty instrument gauges! Powering this Ford is a 302 CID V8 engine linked to an automatic transmission that shifts with ease! Additional features include brand new stainless-steel exhaust, front Wildwood® disc brakes, new brake lines, gas lines front and rear suspension with coil overs and an awesome electrically operated exhaust cutouts that allow onlookers to hear this sweet piece rumble! Don’t ponder about this any longer! Put your pedal to floor and take home this terrific classic today! To view this 1967 Ford Fairlane in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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1987 Ford Mustang  GT
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1987 Ford Mustang GT


Engine: 5.0L V8 F OHV
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Mileage: 29,783 ( actual )

Philly Gateway Classic is excited to have this 1987 Mustang GT as a new addition to our inventory. Finished in Oxford White with the Grey interior, both in excellent condition. This Mustang GT is equipped with AC, AM FM stereo, Cruise control, Power brakes and power steering. The Cloth Interior features high back bucket seats and plush 1980’s carpeting. The dash and door panels are pristine along with the rest of the interior. Exterior styling is highlighted by aerodynamic ground affects, a rear spoiler and really cool louvers on the rear taillights. The front spoiler has recessed fog lights and gives the car an aggressive look. In the mid eighties the Mustang GT was a performance “Best Value”. The Mustang sold for thousands less than their primary competitor the Camaro and delivered better performance year after year. The 1987 model year was special because the GT received a whopping 25-horsepower addition for a total of 225 horsepower to its power peak, new slicked-up aerodynamics, and a modernized instrument panel. Ford also added another round of suspension improvements. One drive of this machine is enough to give even the most jaded autophile a fresh outlook on motor vehicles. The Mustang GT's engine is a tower of power, and the automatic transmission is smooth and precise. There's more than enough torque here to wind the speedometer needle like a clock---and pity the IROC Camaros bold enough to roll alongside to ask for the time. To view this 1987 Ford Mustang GT. in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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1967 Chevrolet Impala SS
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1967 Chevrolet Impala SS


Engine: 427 CID V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Mileage: 4,035 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars Philadelphia welcomes this gorgeous 1967 Chevrolet Impala to our showroom located in West Deptford, NJ! The 1967 Impala represented the fourth-generation of the famed car and was redesigned with sleek styling that featured Corvette-inspired front and rear fender bulges. This incredible car came from Baldwin Auto Company in Baldwin, NY and is only on its second owner who purchased the vehicle 20 years ago! Wearing a brilliant Sierra Fawn and a flawless black vinyl top, this Chevy is a jaw dropper in the looks department! Powering this great car is a 1969 427 CID V8 engine boasting an impressive 424 horsepower and linked to a healthy four-speed M21 closed ratio manual transmission with a Hurst® shifter! Take a peek at the incredible gold vinyl interior equipped with bucket seats, AM Radio and wood grain steering wheel! Additional features include Air Conditioning, Power Brakes, Power Steering, re-chromed bumpers and door handles, Strange® axle, Barry-Grant® carburetor, new center links, ball joints and brakes as well as a F41 suspension with sway bar! Don’t miss out on owning this superb classic! Call us today! To view this 1967 Chevrolet Impala in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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1979 AC Cobra Replica
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1979 AC Cobra Replica


Engine: 302 CID V8
Transmission: Automatic
Mileage: 360 ( since rebuilt )

Gateway Classic Cars is excited to have a 1979 Kellison Stallion. The Stallion styled after the AC Cobra was a manufactured car and is not considered a “kit car”. This example number 2 of only 117 was built for Lynda Carter. It was known as the Wonder Woman Car. It is the only Stallion built without side pipes. Legend has it that this was to protect her million-dollar legs. Jim Kellison, who worked at Shelby, designed these cars and they were sold through select Lincoln and Rolls Royce dealers. The Stallion was designed with three key features in mind: safety, dependability and performance. The chassis, which is the foundation of any automobile, reflects these considerations in every detail. The basic chassis design has drawn heavily on the lessons learned in automobile racing by Jim Kellison, which explains the triangulated tubular steel space frame with a monocoque backbone - something normally found only in competition cars where maximum strength and torsional rigidity are achieved with a minimum of weight. The heart of the chassis is the backbone, which consists of a tubular subframe that supports a foam and steel "sandwich" - two sheets of 20-gauge sheet steel separated by an inch of structural foam. The backbone also insulates the cockpit against the noise and heat of the engine compartment. The backbone and the main rails are the foundation for the rest of the space frame, which provides the Stallion with outstanding crash resistance. Both the front and rear ends have been designed to absorb and dissipate the energy of 30 mph collision. Side penetration resistance is no less impressive: 3" by 4" extensions of the main rails support a network of steel tubing along the side of the cockpit. Each door has an internal framework of steel tubing and steel plates, to which the door hinges and latch mechanism are attached. The chassis was designed around Ford suspension components throughout. This eliminates the durability and service problems long associated with exotic sports cars. The front suspension used in the Stallion was developed by Ford from the experience they gained at Le Mans, Sebring, and Daytona with the GT-40 racing program. The rear end was developed to meet the needs of Grand National stock car racing, and is ideal for high performance applications. While the technical foundation of the Stallion is the heart of the automobile, it is the car's styling that captures the eye. Although the Stallion resembles the AC Cobra, it is neither a copy or a replica. The original Stallion body was basically a full-scale sculpture, built by hand over the prototype chassis and it was from this prototype that the body mold was made. Fundamentally longer and wider than the original, the Stallion also differs in a host of other areas. As far as styling is concerned, the Stallion has the same relationship with the Cobra that the Cobra has with the AC Bristol; similar in appearance, but differing in all other aspects. In this respect, the Stallion follows the traditional pattern of the limited production sports car - each succeeding automobile evolved from the ones preceding, incorporating engineering advances as they occurred while retaining the basic design. The Stallion has drawn on 30 years of automotive racing and technological advances and integrated them into a totally new modern sports car with a body style that harkens back to the early sixties. The Stallion built by the Kellison firm for Ron Samuels and Lynda Carter is a unique, one-of-a-kind, hand-built automobile. To view this 1979 Kellison Stallion in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com

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