In the Garage: LIers' classic cars
Check out some of Long Island's most memorable antique, classic or collectible cars. If you have an antique, classic or collectible vehicle to be considered for In the Garage, please submit your information and photo(s) at www.inthegarage.net or contact David Fluhrer, Newsday Cars, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1984 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1984 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta is owned by a father-and-son team who built it back to life in four years.
1963 Volkswagen Beetle "ragtop"(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1963 Volkswagen Beetle "ragtop" owned by Rich Hallberg is similar to the famous "Herbie" beetle used in the 1968 film "The Love Bug."
1972 Pontiac Luxury LeMans(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1972 Pontiac Luxury LeMans coupe owned by Jeff Campbell was the last year of the third generation LeMans, and has been Campbell's since August 1980.
1951 Chrysler Imperial(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1951 Chrysler Imperial convertible is one of only 650 ever made, and comes with a Hemi V-8 and "Indian Metallica Brown" body.
1954 Ford Customline(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1954 Ford Customline two-door sedan has been restored inside and out, with some of the chrome replaced and engine compartment cleaned.
1958 Dodge D100(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This custom 1958 Dodge D100 features grafted 1957 DeSoto fins and a 1957 Chrysler V-8.
1969 AMC Hurst S/C Rambler(Credit: David Fluhrer)
Alan Annunziato's 1969 AMC Hurst S/C Rambler features a special Borg-Warner transmission, Dana rear end and front disc brakes.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am(Credit: David Fluhrer )
Christopher Mollish's 1979 Pontiac Trans Am brings back memories of "Smokey and the Bandit."
1985 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1985 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z owned by Rachel Boley features Chevrolet’s LG4 305-cubic-inch engine and a five-speed manual transmission.
1973 Jeep Commando(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1973 Jeep Commando owned by James Bohuslaw since 2013 features AMC’s venerable 304-cubic-inch V-8.
1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo(Credit: David Fluhrer)
This 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo owned by Danny Collins features an original 350 cubic-inch motor with a "whopping" 145 horsepower.