Unique Models We'd Love to See in Our Rare Car Shop

Our rare car shop of Customs & Hot Rods of Andice is always eager to take on new clients and take on new projects. This is true whether you're bringing us in a vintage van or a classic hot rod in need of some authentic restoration work. Of course, unique models will always turn our heads and if you're looking for a particularly unique and rare project car to bring into our rare car shop, then you should keep your eye out for these gorgeous models:

Looking for Your Next Project? Unique Models We'd Love to See in Our Rare Car Shop

  • 1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible. This mid-size car was uniquely inspired by that cheeky and quick Warner Bros. cartoon character, and it certainly earned the moniker. Plymouth designed this model to be a big step away from what had become a traditional muscle car set-up and towards a greater performance-oriented set-up. It was a huge hit then and it remains to be a stunning example of Plymouth's changing eras. Today, there are just over 300 models of the first generation convertible models, thereby making them a great choice for the rare car buyer looking for a historically significant model.
  • 1970 AMC Rebel "The Machine". The American Motors Company produced the gorgeous muscle car known as the Rambler Rebel between 1967 and 1970, but they did something extra special with the 1970 production year. For this year, they offered a unique limited-run edition known as "The Machine" that was all things patriotic. This edition featured an extravagant white, red, and blue trim. It also featured the company's then-largest version of their second-generation V8. It was a vehicle that lived up to its name and continues to be a hot pick among hot rod and muscle car enthusiasts. With just around 2,300 models sold, this version of the 1970 AMC Rebel is a rare yet findable project car.
  • 1966 Chevrolet Biscayne L72. The Chevrolet Biscayne was first debuted in 1958 and, as a model, included a series of body styles. This included two- and four-door sedans as well as a station wagon. The initial idea for the Biscayne was as a low-cost, no-frills family vehicle. But designers shook things up when the 60s rolled around. By 1965, the muscle-car era was at its zenith and gearheads started to look at the no-frills Biscayne as the perfect platform for a souped-up muscle car build. Chevy engineers saw what their market was doing and in 1966 they offered a ready-to-go market version: The 1966 Chevy Biscayne L72 whose engine was rated at an incredible 425 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. 183 of these versions were sold but, alas, only a dozen are still accounted for, making this a rare car lover's dream machine.

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