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The word "original"  has been so misused in the car hobby, that the correct meaning bears mentioning here. An item that is original was applied or installed at the factory. A car that has been repainted is no longer original. A rebuilt engine is no longer original. A car that is repainted in the factory-specified color is "correct", but it is not "original". An engine rebuilt to factory specs is "correct", but not "original". A car is only original once.

1988 Chevy Caprice 9C1
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 30,050
9C1 was the option code for the police package on the 1988 Caprice. This car has never seen police service. The original owner was a vendor of police equipment and used it for a demonstration vehicle. It is all original except for the wheels being repainted. The period-correct lights, siren, radios, scanner and shotgun rack all operate. The 350 V8 was not available in the civilian Caprice in 1988.
1963 Buick LeSabre wagon
Engine: 401 V8 Nailhead
Transmission: Dynaflow automatic
Mileage at acquisition: TMU
Only 5,566 of these 2-seat wagons were sold new, so they were not a common sight back then. This one is equipped with factory air conditioning and tilt wheel, and has been upgraded with power disc brakes, bucket seats, console, cruise control, tinted glass and US Mags wheels. The Dynaflow transmission is fluid drive and could be considered a fore runner of today's CVT transmissions.
1969 Olds Toronado W-34
Engine: 455 V8 W-34
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 23,642
The W-34 option on the 1969 Toronado added 25 horsepower to bring the total up to an even 400. Then there's the 500 ft-lbs of torque. To the front wheels. This car is completely original inside and out. The combination of Covert Beige paint, green vinyl top, Parchment interior and the W-34 option surely make it a one-of-one car. It is estimated less than 20 1969 W-34s exist.
1968 Olds Cutlass Supreme
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 42,387
The brutal W-31 engine was intended for the drag strip and was not available on the more upscale Cutlass Supreme model. This Canadian-built Cutlass Supreme was modified as a tribute to the W-31, including the Outside Air Induction scoops under the front bumper. A 4-speed automatic transmission, air conditioning, power disc brakes and 15" SS1 wheels were added at the same time. 
1979 Lincoln Mark V
Engine: 400 V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 21,987
1979 was the last year of the Mark V body style and the last year of the "big" Lincoln. This one certainly qualifies at just over 19 feet long. It is one of only 559 produced with turquoise paint/vinyl top/leather trim combination and has been certified by Kevin Marti as a one-of-one car. It is all original.
1991 Jaguar XJS
Engine: 5.3 liter V12
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 31,447
Jaguars are known for their style and beauty, and this one certainly does not disappoint. It is finished in Brooklands Green paint with Doeskin leather interior. Real wood trim adorns the instrument panel. This car is all original except for pinstriping added by a previous owner. MSRP in 1991 was a stunning $60,425.
2016 Hurst Challenger
Engine: 6.4 liter V8 HEMI
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage at acquisition: 50
GSS Supercars began building Challengers under license from Hurst Performance for the 2016 model year. This was the first production Hurst Challenger built and is serial #1. Hurst modifications include Hellcat hood, gold paint stripes, Hurst shifter, Hurst wheels, black and white leather interior with Hurst logo embroidery, specific rear spoiler, Hurst door sill plates and Hurst badging. 
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1949 Oldsmobile Sedan Delivery
Engine: 303 Rocket V8
Transmission: 4-speed Hydramatic
Mileage at acquisition: 65,945
This is supposedly the only 1949 Oldsmobile sedan delivery produced, and was crafted from an Oldsmobile body by Detroit Coach. However, there is controversy surrounding that claim, and I haven't been able to find any documentation to support it. Either way, it's a very interesting and very unique vehicle. The mileage was represented as being actual mileage.
1953 Studebaker Champion
Engine: 350 V8 Chevy
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: TMU
This Studebaker has traveled a long ways from its humble inline-6, 85-horsepower beginning. It now features a 350 cubic inch small block Chevy V8, automatic transmission, power steering, air conditioning, power disc brakes, dual exhaust and American Racing wheels, most of which were not available when the car was sold new. Base MSRP was $1765 in 1953.
1966 Buick LeSabre Sport Coupe
Engine: 340 V8
Transmission: 2-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 23,155
This car has 23,000 actual miles and mostly original paint. Although over 32,000 of this body style were produced in 1966. they are a rare sight today. This car has been updated for cruising with front disc brakes, air conditioning, fuel injection and cruise control. The front bench seat was replace with Impala buckets and covered in the correct fabric for this car. 
2022 Dodge Challenger Demon
Engine: 6.2L V8 HEMI supercharged
Transmission: 8-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition:20
Based on the 717 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody, the Mr. Norm's 50th Anniversary GSS Supercharged Demon pays tribute to the supercharged 1972 Dodge Demon. The package includes custom paint, custom functional ram air hood, custom white and black leather interior, custom forged 12" wide wheels, and more. Only 10 will be produced and this car is serial #1.
1970 Chrysler 300-H
Engine: 440 V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 72,562
The 300-H has the distinction of being both the largest of the Hurst-branded automobiles and the only one without a Hurst shifter. The Hurst package included special paint along with fiberglass hood and trunk panels.  According to Chrysler factory documentation, only 485 of these were built. They were an expensive car, with the MSRP at $5939 plus optional equipment. 
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1959 Nash Metropolitan
Engine: 2.8L V6 GM
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: TMU
Take a walk on the whimsical side with this 1959 Nash Metropolitan taxi. The power train has been upgraded to a more modern (and more powerful) GM V6, but the speedo still tops out at 80 mph. If you're looking to go stealthy, this is definitely not your car.
1973 Pontiac GTO
Engine: 400 V8
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage at acquisition: 6992
This car was purchased from the original owner, who special-ordered it new and amazingly drove it less than 7000 miles in 48 years. It is completely original except for tires, exhaust and wear items. 1973 was a one-year only body style for the newly restyled GTO. In 1974 the GTO switched to the smaller Ventura body. Only 926 1973 GTO Sport Coupes with 400/4-speed were produced.
1967 Oldsmobile 442
Engine: 461 Rocket V8
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage at acquisition: 78,365
"4-4-2" originally stood for 4 speed, 4 barrel and dual exhaust. The stock 400 engine in this car has been replaced by a 455 bored out to a 461. The transmission is a 4-speed and the rear end is 3.42 ratio with anti-spin. The suspension and brakes have been upgraded and air conditioning has been added. This plain vanilla wrapper is ready to rock.
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1972 Pontiac Grand Prix
Engine: 455 V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: 37,123
This car was purchased from the original owner and is all original. It is a model J, which came standard with a 400 cubic inch engine. Only 5% of model Js came with the optional 455, which this car has. It also has air conditioning, power windows and door locks, 8-track tape player, tilt wheel and bucket seats. It is also rare to see this generation of Grand Prix with no vinyl top.
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass W-31
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Mileage at acquisition: TMU
The W-31 was originally conceived as a car to dominate it's class in NHRA drag racing. This car features a 350 engine with 325 HP, big-valve heads, a specially modified TH350 transmission, 3.91 gears with anti-spin axle, and a Hurst Dual Gate shifter. Outside air is brought into the carburetor through the hood scoops and a specific air cleaner. The Sebring Yellow paint is a special-order color.
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