This 1957 Buick Roadmaster Convertible, fully restored and beautifully finished in two-tone White and Red, was one of the most beautiful and fully-optioned cars of its time.
This 1940 Cadillac Series 75 Town Car is one of just 53 produced in 1940 and was once part of the esteemed Harris Laskey Collection. Featuring Coachwork by Fleetwood, this was one of the most elegant and expensive cars produced by Cadillac in the day. Customers could custom tailor their Town Cars to exacting specifications—including colors, amenities and interior materials—literally creating a custom of their very own.
In 1940, General Motors introduced the new Cadillac Series 62 line of cars as an entry-level replacement for the Series 65. Designed by the legendary Harley Earl, the Series 62 was based on a new C-body platform, which was shared with the Buick Roadmaster and Super, the Oldsmobile Series 90 and the Pontiac Torpedo. Lower and sleeker than its predecessors.
This Parklane is stunning. The Fiesta Red and white interior is also spectacular, and the dash still retains its original paint. This wagon has the 292/200hp Thunderbird V8 under the hood with a 3-speed manual overdrive transmission. This rare Ford has won awards at the Ford Crown Victoria Association and the Denver Tri-State show. There were fewer than 12,000 units of these 2 door wagons produced. This is a quality collector car.
One of only 37 M-Code 1963 Sports Roadsters - Build with nearly every available factory option - Exceptional restoration by noted model expert Jim Wulf - 390 CID OHV-V-8 Engine.
This features its original A-code 289ci engine with factory Palomino Pony interior, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, disc brakes and center console. A complete ground-up restoration was performed on this well-optioned rust-free Arizona car with all of its original factory sheet metal. With just two previous owners, this 1965 Mustang has spent its entire life in Southern Arizona.
Red Flag for China’s Elite. China has contributed many great things to the world throughout the ages. Gunpowder, paper, printing, the umbrella and the compass are among their list of their many contributions to society, however, Chinese luxury automobile manufacturing is not on most historians’ lists. Most people, including many car enthusiasts, are unaware of the fact that China produced hand-made luxury limousines starting in the 1950s.
Commemorating the Centenary of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s Birth - Rare- One of Only 20 Centenario Roadsters Built - Striking Black and Yellow and Carbon Fiber Accents - Exceptionally Well Equipped with Luxurious Appointments - Just 57 Miles from new.
This LaSalle Convertible Coupe is one of just 452 Series 52 “Special” Convertible Coupes produced with the attractive new GM “ torpedo” body. It has been given a no-expense-spared restoration resulting in an AACA award-winning show car. The Series 52, introduced in 1940, featured clean lines, integrated headlights, Art Deco cues, and no running boards.
The one-off – Geneva Auto Salon Car, Coachwork by Moretti. 1966 Maserati 3500GT Coupe Speciale. Formerly part of the Alfredo Brener collection
Complete with Soft Top, Luggage and Tools. This car was first registered on November 1st, 1961 in Stuttgart Germany. The car was purchased by a Mercedes employee and registered in his wife’s name. It was driven on a regular basis with the exception of winter months and always garaged.
Rare one year only body style. This magnificent driving car received the Classic Car Club of America National First Award and 100 point Senior Award. First year with down-draft carburetor and full Syncro transmission. Only 3912 miles on a full restoration.
1933 Packard Super Eight Model 1004 7-Passenger Sedan - Chassis no. 654-I63 - Single Stromberg Carburetor - Subject of a $250,000 restoration - 2013 AACA Senior First Place winner.
Series 1508. 175 bhp, 473.3 cu. in. L-Head V-12 engine, three-speed manual transmission, independent coil-spring front suspension, live rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs, and four-wheel power-assisted hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 144 in
1969 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI - Mulliner Park Ward Limousine - Custom designed for Harrod’s Department store, London.
Here is the finest completely restored Volvo P1800ES Hatchback on the market today. This fine automobile has recently undergone a full restoration. No corners were cut during the restoration and the work was done very well by professionals both in Canada and Sweden.
Coachwork by Mayfair, One-Off Coachwork, Chassis no. 154080, Motor No. 154080, Kommission No. 227800, Prominently featured in Jan Melin’s “The Supercharged 8-Cylinder Cars” Stunningly presented, the Mayfair bodied 540K offered here is a beautiful example of the English coachbuilding firm’s masterwork. With a long known history and an award winning frame-off restoration, this is one of the most unique and handsome examples of an open 540K Mercedes.
Coachwork by Kellner, Ownership History: George “Geordie” Hormel II, J.B. Nethercutt, Harrah’s Automobile Collection, Domino’s Classic Cars of Ann Arbor, MI, Blackhawk Collection. This One-of-A-Kind 1938 Packard Twelve (Model 1608) Torpedo-Cabriolet by Kellner was custom built using the rear body section off a - 1930 Renault Reinstella Torpedo Scaphandrier - by the original owner who is believed to be George “Geordie” Hormel II, heir to the meat-packing Hormel Foods Corp.
The 1940 Custom Darrin was the last one completely designed and built by Dutch Darrin in Hollywood, CA and Central Body Co, Connersville, IN. The officers at Packard Motor Car Co. liked the design so well they bought the rights in full from Dutch Darrin toward the end of the 1940 run.
Frame-off restoration by Auto Craft of Kansas City in 2011. 348 CI V-8 engine with Tri-Power / Tri-Power system restored by Hot Rod Restoration in 2010 / Engine rebuilt in 2009 / Original sheet metal with dual exhaust / Original factory exhaust system.
The most recognized image of Bentley cars during the vintage Cricklewood period of the company’s life is that of out-and-out sportscars and fast tourers. However, it is often overlooked that W. O. Bentley made an effort to market his cars toward the ‘carriage trade’, particularly with his larger 4, 6 and 8-litre models.
Here is a Show Quality 1947 Dodge Power Wagon that is finished in Sea Wolf Green / Black with Brown interior. As with Willys-Overland, Dodge began making plans for a postwar version of the WC series trucks before the war actually ended. As it was nearing introduction, the automotive rumor mill had it called the WDX General Purpose Truck, and there were even some preliminary materials handed out using this name.
Coachwork by Fleetwood. Engine No. 5000102. Body Style 5579. One of 8 V-16 All Weather Phaetons produced for 1933. One of four documented factory original All Weather Phaetons in existence. Documented by a copy of its original build sheet. Fresh comprehensive engine and rear differential rebuild with receipts. Previously presented at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) Full Classic.
Coachwork by LeBaron. Chassis No. 7802053. Engine No. CG1773. Body No. 172126. Multiple Award Winner - 2008 AACA Senior National First Prize Winner - 2010 AACA Grand National Winner First Prize - One of the most stylish cars of the 1930s.
Chassis No. 1545H. Engine No. FB2843. Body No. C91 422. First time offered for sale in 35 years! Recent award-winning restoration - Supercharged V-8 engine - Iconic Art Deco design - Full CCCA classic.
Chassis No. H94317. A representative of Lincoln’s landmark redesign. One of 350 Lincoln-Zephyr cabriolets in 1940. Designed by Ford Guru E.T. “Bob” Gregorie. 120 hp, 292 cu. in. L-head V-12 engine, Stromberg carburetor, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle and ¾-floating rear axle with transverse leaf springs, and four-wheel, internal-expanding hydraulic brakes. Wheelbase: 125 in.
Chassis# I2272014. Motor# B602372. Rare and desirable Convertible Victoria. Last year of the legendary Packard Twelve. Numerous factory options. Well documented history. National show winner.
An excellent example of the famed eight-cylinder Isotta Fraschini. Meticulously detailed, jewel-like original coachwork by Castagna. Originally delivered to prominent horse breeder Jean Boalt Chambers. Known history since new, including noted early collector D. Cameron Peck. Very well-preserved restoration with many original features
One-off coachwork for American playwright and socialite C. Blevins Davis. Among the most dramatic and modern bodies on the Silver Wraith. Dual-cowl design with a fully disappearing top. Documented by Rolls-Royce Foundation build and history records.