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Classic Industries Scratch & Dent Blowout Sale

After the success of our first Classic Industries Parking Lot Sale in May 2019, we decided to follow it up with an even bigger and better event: the Scratch and Dent Blowout and Customer Appreciation Event. On August 24th, 2019, we invited local customers to our Huntington Beach Retail Showroom for big savings on less-than-perfect, open-box, and clearance restoration parts. We also used the event to show our appreciation for customers, with free food and beverages and opportunities to spin the Prize Wheel. Continue Reading

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1973 Charger - A Mopar Mixture

Over the years, we've seen quite a few restomod builds arrive at the parking lot in front of our Retail Showroom. This category of vehicles combines original-style restoration parts with modern components to create a unique blend of old and new. Many restomods add only a handful of subtle changes under the skin, and some take this further, replacing the entire engine and suspension with brand-new parts. However, few restomods we've seen are as extreme as this 1973 Charger. In fact, so many of its parts have been swapped out that some might say the term doesn't adequately describe it. Continue Reading

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'67 Mustang "Eleanor" Sold for $852,000

For car enthusiasts, it's always enthralling to watch classic vehicles appear on the silver screen, whether they're piloted by the dashing hero or the nefarious villain. Engines roar, tires squeal, and inevitably some unfortunate street vendor's fruit stand gets knocked over during the chaos. But in the end, these cameos can provide new appreciation for our favorite vehicles, and also inspire younger generations to learn to love these cars as we do. The 2000 action film "Gone in 60 Seconds" has an incredible lineup of classics, with the most recognizable being a '67 Mustang known as "Eleanor." Continue Reading



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