In 1964, the owner of Clarence Dixon Cadillac Dealer in Hollywood ordered a Cheetah, one of noted Chevy performance tuner Bill Thomas creations that was developed as a competitor to the Shelby Cobra. Now’s your chance to own 1 of 15 remaining 1964 Cheetahs because Barrett Jackson is auctioning it off. In addition to being one of only fifteen known to survive, the #006 competition Cheetah is the only Cheetah ever built and raced with the Corvette heavy-duty 427ci L88 aluminum-head racing engine option. The original 4130 chromoly chassis and suspension, complete original fiberglass body, and original fiberglass aluminum interior remain, and they’re just as fantastic now as they were originally. BTM LLC of Arizona performed a museum-quality nut-and-bolt restoration on the car, and it has a fully documented ownership history since 1964.
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