Dick Shappy Classic Cars
1000 GPM pumper with booster tank mounted on a giant 202 inch wheel base chassis. Built for the town of Belleville, New Jersey and delivered on 10-30-1939. The last HT built before WW2 and considered the Rolls Royce of fire trucks.
Designed and built in the early sixties by custom car builder Gene Howard (deceased) and titled and referred to in many custom car magazines of that era as "truly rare". Major componants are from the 1950 Buick, 1950 Cadillac, and 1950 Olds.
1911 Cadillac Model 30 Roadster - Under Restoration
Two cars for the price of one. Includes two touring bodies. One body is new and has been professionally duplicated from the other existing body. This is a great opportunity for someone who has the time and ability to build and restore two beautiful early brass era automobiles.
A meticulous five-year complete restoration has just been completed on this very rare and desirable demi tonneau Cadillac with no expense spared. This is absolutely the finest 1911 Cadillac demi available today.
A professional body-off restoration was recently completed on this car. Beautifully restored to show-quality condition with no expense spared. This car won "Best of Show" and took 1st place in its class at the New England Cadillac LaSalle show held on June 15, 2008.
1917 Cadillac Type 57 Three-Passenger Coupe - Very solid original rare body with original interior. New rebuilt engine. Mechanically sound.
1918 Cadillac Type 57 - Custom built New York City laundry truck. In original condition with rebuilt engine.
A complete body off seven year professional restoration has just been completed on this car with no expense barred including a complete engine rebuild using all new parts.
A five year body off, pristine and professional restoration has just been completed. This car is absolutely flawless.
Excellent running, very rare V-8 Dual Cowl Phaeton. Older restoration which is ready for show or touring.
1930 Cadillac Model 353 Fisher Rumble Seat Coupe - Excellent running and mostly original inside and out.
Body number 9 of fifty that were produced. Matching numbers with engine number 700163. Absolutely the nicest original V-16 that we have ever seen. A well cared for 100% complete car that was housed in sunny California.
Sporty one-off coachwork by Lancefield of London. Illustrated provenance. Won Best of Show at the 2019 Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Series event in New Britain, Connecticut.
A one-off custom built body by Rollston open front town car in Pebble Beach preservation class condition. Just freed from over forty years of climate controlled storage.
Only a total of 300 V-16 Cadillac cars were built in 1932. This very rare car is the only 1932 V-16 collapsible rear quarter car that is known to exist today. The car was originally owned by the Block family from Indianapolis, and it was housed at the Indy museum for many years.
1904 Cameron One Cylinder Roadster - Under Restoration
A very rare and wonderful running car which has undergone a meticulous and correct restoration. Made in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
A real Crane Simplex Gentlemen's Speedster with documented factory parts. Extremely rare.
Four cylinder 106 HP Rochester Duesenberg engines were designed by the master pro Duesenberg brothers who set the benchmark for early automobile racing.
This eight-Cyllinder racer's early history can be traced back to Jim Steck of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Steck sold the car to Eldon Eby also of Kalamazoo. The eight engine and transmission are believed to have documented race car history and were acquired from Nelson Thorpe.
The J-268 was shipped to Japan in 1929 as a rolling chassis only and did not have a permanent body built for it until 1958 when it was purchased by a US serviceman stationed there.
Restoration is complete. This newly found Duesenberg J Convertible Sedan stirred up a lot of interest since the story of its acquisition appeared in the March 3rd 2005 issue of Old Cars Weekly Vol.34, No.9.
A six-year meticulous body-off restoration has just been completed on this correct and numbers-matching custom Coupe Roadster by LeBaron. Please refer to our Projects page to see the stages of this restoration in over 180 detailed photos.
1909 Locomobile Model 30 Touring - Very rare and in its original ?barn find condition? with all original and correct accessories.
Tribute to the first Indianapolis 500 winner in 1911. Incredible recreation of a veritable piece of American history. 19,000 man-hours invested to complete with over 1,500 fabricated parts.
A body-off complete Concours restoration has just been completed on this beautiful automobile. Please refer to our Projects page to see detailed photos of this restoration.
Four cylinder 70 horsepower engine with 3 3/4 inch bore and 6 3/4 inch stroke. Piston displacement of 298.2 cubic inches. Wheelbase 115 inches. Weight 3800 pounds. 25 gallon gas tank. Extra 5 gallon oil tank for high speed driving. 32 x 4 1/2 tire size. Made in Trenton, New Jersey.
1921 Mercer Sporting - Original paint on entire body, new running boards and new leather interior.
Rare American delivery Minerva believed to have covered only 20,000 miles from new. Carefully maintained older restoration. Long term ownership. click for more...
An eight year show quality restoration has just been completed on this very rare and beautiful automobile. Please refer to our Projects page to see detailed photos of this restoration.
Awarded "Most Elegant Sports Car" at Amelia Island’s Concours Show which attests to the extremely high quality of this restoration. It is a charismatic automobile while sitting still. On the road, it is reliable, exciting, and quite fast.
This two third scale model car was expertly built using the specifications from the full size 1909 Pierce Arrow UU 36 HP. It is an extremely high quality exact two third scale reproduction of the full size model. It does run and is powered by a 6 volt battery.
Very rare four passenger Roadster. A good running, very presentable, show quality automobile. A new top will be included in the sale price.
Two door, four seat full convertible. 325 BHP V-8 Engine. 120.5 in. wheelbase with overall length of 17 feet 8 inches. Height 7 feet 3 inches. 22 gallon fuel tank. 17 inch alloy wheels.
Offered for public sale for the first time is the 1905 Stanley Model CX chassis number 1305. Last driven 98 years ago, and carefully stored since, period and marque experts believe this to be the most original Stanley example in existence.
This car was purchased from the Harold Coker collection and is regarded as being the most authentic Thomas Flyer in existence. Genuine Thomas cars are in constant demand and this is certainly one of the most significant and desirable ones available today.
This very rare 100% original paint example is in remarkable condition and it possesses the very rare Breeze carbuerator.
This is an extremely rare specimen. It is considered the "Duesenberg" of early American motorcycles. A powerful V twin-cylinder engine rated at 8 to 10 horsepower was produced at the G. W. Curtiss Manufacturing Company in Hammondsport, New York.
Lee Taylor and teammate George Evans made a clean sweep at the 1911 Springfield, Ohio Labor Day meet winning every event they entered. Emblem cataloged these machines as “semi racers” because they were basically stock motors which were tuned and fitted to short coupled racing frames.
Probably one of the most original early Excelsior motorcycles in the world. Purchased from the Leroy Hartung estate in Chicago. An expert has suggested that this example may be 1910 or 1911 but it was purchased as a 1908 model.
In remarkable original condition! The ”M” cylinders, developed by the legendary Arthur Lemon, could be tuned for more power without over-heating. A pair of “M” cylinders on the Super X crankcase gave the 61 cubic inch V twin a major horsepower boost.
Formerly in the Otis Chandler collection. Fully restored and running.
A total fresh show quality restoration has just been completed.
A complete show quality has just been completed.
A very rare mostly original paint example of one of the finest early motorcycles made.
This was the last year of motorcycle production by the Pope Manufacturing Company in its Westfield, Massachusetts plant. They certainly went out on a high note by producing their most powerful Pope twin ever, the Pope Model T.
Sporting an immaculate 61 cubic inch V-Twin inlet over exhaust engine. A professional restoration has recently been completed on this early board track racer and it is now in remarkably pristine condition.
This is an extremely rare belt drive Indian because most of the 1909 producrtion was of the chain drive variety. Seen here is a remarkably original example for sale.
A meticulous professional restoration has just been completed with the help of vintage Harley expert, Lonnie Isam Sr.