Friday, December 9, 2011

1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427 tri-power 400hp

Beautiful , freshly restored 1969 Corvette 427 Big block with tri-power , 400 hp , 4 speed , FACTORY AIRCONDITIONING , powersteering , brakes , leather seats , loaded ! Original tanksticker , delivery sheet and photos of restoration. Just a beautiful , great running and sounding , no stories car that sold last year at Mecums for $64K. Now , what will you pay today ? I took it on trade and can sell it for less..Make an offer please..

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

2002 Prevost H45 Marathon Coach

2002 Prevost H45 . Conversion by Marathon. 1 owner Coach with 29,000 orig. miles ! This coach is TRULY like new ! mr. and mrs. Clean lived here ! Fanatically maintained and babied ; I mean , even the table and chairs had covers over them when I first eyeballed this wonderful , fully optioned coach. ONE meticulous owner and under 30 K miles ; it does not get any better here , folks ! Always stored in climate controlled warehouse , and not a scratch on her ! 45 " dropdown flatscreen , skirts on fenders , attractive and not too glitzy interior in beautiful earth tones , series 60 Detroit , independent suspension , even the dumphose is motorised ; no getting your hands dirty here , this coach has class all the way..If you know Marathon , you know that they and Liberty are simply the best and the ONLY ones you should ever consider buying. ( and that includes having "over the road / bus air and heat , very important ) All books and records go with the coach ofcourse. This coach needs nothing ; just a new proud owner ! Asking $255,000 firm. Classic car trades may be considered.

Monday, November 21, 2011

1982 Excalibur Rumbleseat Roadster

Wow ! Only 10,000 original miles on this beautiful and rare 2 seater Excalibur Rumble seat Roadster! One of very few ever built and priced to sell. Hard and soft top , V8 , Aut. , power windows and seats , steering and brakes and even the rumbleseat is electric ! Can ship anywhere on the Globe.

1958 Chevrolet Impala Convertible 348 Tri-power !

Here's a beautiful 1958 Chevy Impala Convertible with the rare 348 Big block tri-power option ! Looks , runs and drives great ! Can ship anywhere. P.O.A.

‎1953 Cadillac Convertible

‎1953 Cadillac Convertible - Here's a very nice 1953 Cadillac series 62 Convertible with nice leather and new chrome ($$$!!!!) new paint and new top ! Solid , good running car. Powertop and windows work great ! Can ship anywhere. Price on request

‎1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible

‎1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible - Beautiful 1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Older frame-off resto still showing very ,very nice. National winner CCCA. ( you know that means it was restored right ! ) V12 engine running whisper quiet. Beautiful Chrome , paint , interior and top.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

1960 Mercedes 300 SL Roadster

One of the best Mercedes 300 Sl Roadsters around. Fully restored by 2nd owner. Engine also rebuilt. ( documented ) Beautiful Silver with red leather interior. Has radio and orig. toolkit. Car is located in Europe . Easy and cheap to import / transport to U.S. ( I can easily arrange all that ) SOLD, SOLD !

1930 Duesenberg Derham style Tourster

J197 : Beautiful, Pebble beach prizewinning restoration. ( 2nd place only about 2 years ago. ) Longwheelbase , Billingscoachwork , 32 valve dual overheadcam,swepthandinstruments ,dualsidemounts ,optional and very expensive "superchargerstyle " outside exhaustsystem ,chrome 19" wirewheels ,correct trunk and rack ,roll up division windshield , dual taillights ,sidecurtains etc. This car is in a truly stunning condition , with only around 400 miles driven since the restoration. Own the identical car Clark Gable owned ; she will be the pride and joy of your collection ! A true work of " rolling art " better than money in the bank. UPDATE : SORRY , THIS CAR IS SOLD !!!

2005 Highway Star Custom car trailer

WOW ! LOOK AT THIS ! This 2005 Highway Star Custom Car trailer is truly a Star ! I spent mucho money and had clear lexan see thru sides built into this trailer. We left ALL the frame intact , and hence we did not jeopardize the integrity of the trailer construction at all. I wanted to create a showcar trailer , and I did. It's totally powered by Solar power. We installed a Solar powered fan on the roof , and also solar panels that feed and charge a huge truck battery from which the electricity goes to a converter that supplies power to the LED spotlights that come on automatically with a light sensor , so at night your car is visible without any hook up to shore power ( for which there is a plug also , but you don't really need it ) It's a 25 ft. trailer , and the box is 20 ft on the floor untill you get to the V nose part which is probably another 3 feet orso.The width between the fenders on the inside is 6 ft 10" , hight of fenders inside is 11' , floor to ceiling inside is 6 ft. , inside width wall to wall is 98 ". So , it will accomodate any car..I spent upwards of $15K on this beauty doing everything right and never cutting any corners , but sadly I never used it , so I'm finally letting her go , and I'm prepared to do it at a loss as well..So..My loss , your gain ! Make me a fair offer..Pls CALL for further info as I'm on the road a lot. JP 954 5250600

1984 Johnson Phantom

Here we have a 1984 Johnson Phantom. This is a factory built car , built in the 80's and 90's by a factory called Johnson motorcars out of Davie , Florida. They built 2 models ; one was a look a like of a series 1 Clenet but a little different , called a Johnson Presidential Roadster , the other a Johnson Phantom , which was built on both a Camaro or a Firebird platform and drivetrain. Some came with T tops , like this one here. Has GM V8 , Aut. trans and all power options. Condition is pretty nice , she's only showing around 28 K miles and everything works fine , including cold A.C. ! It was a car we sold years ago ; the last owner passed on , and now it's time for a new temporary custodian for this beauty. Best of all , she's priced very competitive .. ( This car has a Florida title showing it as a 1984 Chevrolet. ) Please call me for more info , thank you ! JP , 954 5250600.

2003 / 1938 Talbot Lago Teardrop coupe recreation

This is a no expense spared , supernice looking , running and driving 1938 Talbot-Lago T150C SS Teardrop coupe recreation. Anyone looking at or driving in this timeless beauty will be really impressed by the superb craftsmanship that shows on this car. Built in very limited numbers by order only. Owner of factory ( TLC Carossiers, inc.) is retiring and building his last car as we speak. ( The business is for sale if interested. ) This is the most desired and updated series II model. The series II custom built chassis utilizes Hyperco coilsprings on QA1 coil-over adjustable shocks. Rack and pinion steerIng with four wheel discbrakes. Stainless steel exhaust. 17 inch Dayton true wirewheels. Super high quality Glasurit paint. All exterior trim is stainless steel that's been handformed in their shop. A 6ft. plus man will be easily accomodated by the spacious interior. Supersoft leather and engineturned dash with beautiful handcarved Honduras Mahogany wood compliment the original looking interior.Powerwindow swithes are original looking knobs on dash etc. The detailed work is simply stunning ! Even the gauges are custombuilt and indicate in French. Performance and ride is that of a modern GT car. Acceleration from o to 60 is only 5.7. seconds ! Engine is a brandnew 3.9. Liter Jaguar / Lincoln LS V8 , 4 cam and all aluminium that is 265 hp., coupled to a automatic 5 speed trans. Shifter looks like a stickshift. A great deal of time , money , blood sweat and tears , combined with proper research and computer designed suspension etc. went into this beautiful , sexy car. Given the fact that a identical looking original Figoni and Falaschi bodied car just sold a few months ago for $ 3.,905,000 ( that's almost 4 million dollars ladies and gentlemen ), and a comparable quality Mercedes Gullwing recreation for $240,000 ,I don't think it's out of line to be asking $175,000 for this particular car which has been properly stored in a climate controlled environment and with only 2000 carefully driven miles on her. You may go to the factory still , and see if you can secure the last car he's building for a little less , but this one is ready to enjoy rightnow , and George may change his mind about his price and update it the way I think he should..There's a total of 21 cars around I believe , and I don't know of any of the others for sale , so I suggest to please consider buying no. 18 , and to come over to see for yourself how beautiful a (re)creation is sitting right here waiting for you..TOO LATE ! SOLD TO JAPAN !

1931 Duesenberg Torpedo Phaeton

This rare car is undoubtedly considered the most spectacular and beautiful open - bodied Duesenberg designed , beside the Weymann Speedster. Featured in several Duesenberg books , she was part of the Don and Sue Eller collection. The chassis no. 2319 originally carried a limousinebody ( coachwork by Willoughby ) which was destroyed long time ago. The engine , carrying no. J396 also came out of a destroyed car with chassisno. 2410 , which was a Derham sedan. The construction of this awe inspiring Torpedo Phaeton body was begun in the 1970's for carcollector John Basset. Unfinished at the time of his passing , it was later acquired by Ed Lucas , who supervised the restoration. ( according to last owner done by famous restorer Brian Joseph.) It is all Duesenberg and as such has won numerous awards like the Bill Mitchell award at Meadowbrook and best of show at ACD. She's in supernice condition , in / out / under / mechanically and is now ready to be shown and enjoyed by her next caretaker. Please inquire for price , thank you. TOO LATE !SOLD , SORRY..

1915 van Blerck Special Speedster

1915 van Blerck Vintage racer. This is a true one-off masterpiece using a massive 200hp plus 17 litre ( yes, seventeen litre ) T head six cylinder engine that was built in 1915 by van Blerck , a famous Marine engine builder in Michigan who built hi-performance engines for the wooden Hacker craft raceboats of the rich and famous. In fact , research shows that his company's Marine engines cost more than the Duesenberg Marine engines at that time ! This massive engine fires it's gas using three sparkplugs per cylinder , and the pistons have to be the size of a two pound coffeecan ! The thundering sound it makes is as special as the engine and the car itself. The pre- 1920's chaindriven Firetruck chassis has been expertly modified by the car's famous California craftsman and builder Gary Wales to accept disc brakes and even hidden Powersteering , which helps stop and turn the huge 38" front and 40" rear tires. The shifter to the indestructible 3 speed transmission is attached to the exterior , and the great looking exhaust hangs off the passengerside looking like a missile ready to be fired. It spits out sparks and shoots out flames periodacally and makes the windows shake just idling in front of your home. The 19 foot long sleek race car body is complimented by a beautiful dash full of gold dials and period swiches and there's lots of brass parts under the hood as well as on the outside of the car, including a huge period spotlight. The carburator was located on the outside on the ( RH ) driversside which looked cool , but it was a troublesome carb and thus it had to go. It has been replaced now and the car starts much easier , idles better and drives better. The hole in the sidepanels of the hood has now been filled with a antique snakehorn pouring it's head out and it looks great ! I've also replaced the louvres in the hood panels with plexiglass , so now you can see the beautiful heart of the machine from the outside too. ( I have the louvres and they will pop right in if you like 'em better ) The sheer size of this racer is definately impressive too : 214" Length , 74" ( over 6ft. ) Tall , and with a wheelbase of 163 " ! I have personally spent considerable time and money recently to perfect the mechanicals on this beautiful machine , and now you can " drive over a house " if you want to. Surely , you will have no lack of torque and you will easily be able to achieve over 100 mph. if you have the guts to..( you gotta be pretty crazy , because at 60 mph you already feel like a God riding a firebreathing dragon-like chariot ! Just imagine the dropped jaws of your fellow Higway users as you roar past them , flames shooting out the exhaust , wearing your leather cap and goggles while you overlook the brass windshield and brass bird hood ornament at the end of the superlong hood in front of you ; it does'nt get much better than that ! This is truly a unique opportunity to aquire a " Jay Leno type of toy " and a funfactor of 10 is guaranteed.. Now , remember folks , this is a TOY and / or a rolling work of art ; some of you may love it , some of you may hate it..Who is to decide what is art ? It's not merely a replica of something and no , it's not " slapped together " on a $500 frame ; the builder spent many , many hours of time and lots of money designing and re-designing parts and creating this " steampunk " early teens hotrod..I think the result is great ; it looks like it just rolled out of a Jules Verne story.. Now as far as the value ; it may be hard to determine for a car like this , but I have paperwork with which I can prove to you that a - welll known in classic car circles - Texas millionaire paid $288K for it at an auction in 2008 , and yes, I have that documented. A well known st.Louis dealer even had it for sale at $385,000 ( but he aint shy ) Now ,I know that may be a decent amount of money to drop on a custom car , but just look at what people pay for unique items these days. $ 40 million for a Chinese vase , 43 Million for a Picasso painting and similar money for other art , and then we have seen millions paid very recently for some stellar classic cars , like 16 mill for a Ferrari and 10 mill. for a Duesenberg.. This car definately qualifies as being a work of art , and best of all , you can drive it ! I was able to purchase this wonderful car for much less than the previous owner and now so can you.. If you want something really crazy and impressive - that no one else has , is beautifully built and sounds like thunder - to be the focus of your collection , this is definately it , and NOW is the time to consider purchasing this beast for a fraction of what it cost to built , and at a super discount for what it sold for before.... Take a look at the movies next to the camera logo on my main victorycars website please. Please CALL for more info , as I'm traveling a lot and cannot always answer your emails in a timely fashion , thank you. MUST SELL NOW ; ASKING ONLY $175,000.!!! MAKE OFFER , MY DOOR IS OPEN , SHE'S GOTTA GO !! CALL JP AT 954 5250600 Copy and paste this link for more info : More on van Blerck the engine builder :

1932 Bentley 4.5. L. Blower Speed Six Le Mans

235+ bhp, 4,566 cc supercharged, L-head MK VI inline six-cylinder engine, modified Bentley MK VI four-speed manual gearbox with Laycock/Petersen ‘P’-Type overdrive, strengthened Rolls-Royce 20/25 chassis with front and rear leaf springs, and competition-specification, servo-assisted hydraulic drum brakes, 14" front, 17" rear. Wheelbase: 132" - A remarkable recreation by marque specialist Bob Petersen Engineering in the UK - Based on an original Rolls-Royce 20/25 chassis - One of the six examples built for noted London Bentley dealer Jack Barclay Ltd. - Impressive and period correct, with incredible performance The famous 4.5-liter “Blower” Bentley originated from the vision of Sir Henry Birkin, who was one of the original “Bentley Boys,” as the works racing drivers were widely known. Birkin set out to convince Bentley’s then-Chairman Woolf Barnato that supercharging, in combination with Bentley’s renowned reliability, would yield winning results on the racing circuit and help the marque continue its success at Le Mans. Barnato seemingly agreed, despite W.O. Bentley’s early objections to supercharging. At least 50 examples were required to homologate the new model for competition, and ultimately 55 cars were built, with the majority offered for sale to the public and five going directly into Birkin family ownership. With their high-output supercharged engines, striking leather-clad Vanden Plas bodies and minimalist cycle-type fenders, the new Bentleys exuded power, speed and grand exclusivity, distinctive elements of the Bentley mystique that continues today. Then, as now, the “Blower Bentley" represents without doubt one of the most desirable British cars ever constructed, and as a result, they are the prized possessions of their owners and appear infrequently at public sales. Many have never come to market, remaining locked within the confines of private collections all over the world, where they will likely remain for many years to come. Magnificently crafted and engineered with uncompromising attention to detail and authenticity during the 1990s by English marque specialist Bob Petersen Engineering, the 4.5-liter “Blower Bentley" offered here is an outstanding automobile. One of six examples built for noted London Bentley dealer Jack Barclay Ltd., it is based upon an original Rolls-Royce 20/25 chassis, numbered GHW 56. The frame was stripped, strengthened and stiffened by Petersen, closely adhering to the original Bentley specifications. In addition, new cross-members, suspension mounts and associated fittings were added to accept the new engine and supercharger unit. A drivetrain from a postwar Bentley MK VI donor car was installed, with the engine fully rebuilt, carefully blueprinted and fitted with a special camshaft and pistons, as well as a special flywheel and a Petersen heavy-duty clutch. The front-mounted Petersen BM MK1 supercharger is very similar in appearance and detail to the original Amherst-Villers units originally used on the Bentleys campaigned in period by the Birkin racing team. A 4.5-liter “Blower”-specification radiator contains a heavy-duty core and provides reliable cooling with a mechanical fan, supplemented by an electric fan as required. Gear changes are provided by a postwar Bentley MK VI four-speed manual gearbox, with the addition of a Laycock/Petersen ‘P’-Type overdrive unit on fourth gear, providing ease of operation at sustained high speeds. Ride and handling at speed are enhanced by a set of period-type Hartford adjustable shock absorbers, while braking is supplied by a set of updated servo-assisted hydraulic brakes, with a pair of 14-inch drums with twin leading shoes up front, and a pair of 17-inch drums at the rear. Of course, the Petersen Bentley is fitted with a set of period-style 19-inch, 70-spoke wire wheels, shod with blackwall tires. Equally impressive is the handsome Vanden Plas-style open coachwork, which was hand-built and executed with remarkable similarity to factory-original specifications, utilizing fabric-covered aluminum panels over ash framing, with the period correct three-door touring body configuration. Wonderful details abound in the cockpit as well, including the rich Connolly leather upholstery and green Wilton wool carpeting, while a black double duck top and a matching tonneau cover provide protection from the elements. The dash, which is made of machine-turned aluminum, is fitted with a set of large, aircraft-type instruments and was produced specifically for Petersen Engineering, patterned after that of the original Birkin team cars. Appropriately finished in British Racing Green, the car includes an incredible level of detail, with numerous fittings authentically reproduced by Bob Petersen Engineering, including the filler caps, stone guards, footplates, fuel tank, radiator, wheels, hubs and many smaller items. Many period features complement this “Blower Bentley,” including dual Lucas headlamps, dual cowl lamps and a folding windscreen with dual “Brooklands” racing windscreens, as well as a side-mounted spare wheel and tire assembly. With the glorious whine of its front-mounted supercharger and a raucous exhaust note announcing its 235-plus horsepower output, this “Blower Bentley” offers performance levels and open-air driving excitement that are nothing short of breathtaking. Complete with its postwar MK VI drivetrain, upgraded hydraulic brakes and overdrive, this car is substantially more comfortable, not to mention safer and easier to drive, than the legendary, priceless and virtually unobtainable originals. Worthy of taking pride of place in any collector’s stable of the finest British high-performance automobiles, this “Blower” will certainly provide a much-needed break from the ordinary for its next owner. Please note, the car is titled as a “1932 Bentley,” with the serial number 1016 marked on the firewall plate. SOLD , GOING TO FRANCE !! MERCI STEPHANE !!

1955 Gullwing 300 SL Recreation

Flying in soon : the BEST recreation of a 300 SL Gullwing ever made. Only super experts that REALLY know these cars can tell the difference. Even has Mercedes drivetrain ( 300 E ) One of only about 200 cars ever built. This spectacular car was built in 1991 by a small factory run by a man called Tony Oistermeier.SUPER LOW MILES ! ONLY 1300 miles since built ! The best of the best..New price in 1991 was a stunning $94,000 !!The original Gullwings are flying higher and higher into the stratosphere price wise ( think $600,000 to $800,000 ), and are actually pulling these particular cars higher and higher too. Still , I can make you the new proud owner for less than the cost to build such a car today..Price on request.SOLD , SORRY !

1931 Packard 845 Waterhouse Victoria by Rollston

Beautiful , professionally frame-off restored Packard Waterhouse Victoria Convertible with custom coachwork by Rollston. Very European look with the dual spares mounted in the rear ; I've been told only two cars exist like this , the other one in a private collection and not for sale. Huge 145 " wheelbase , low windshield and a long hood make this car especially attractive. Truly a very rare , hi- quality car with even rarer options like the beautiful woodlite lights and woodlite marker lights on the fenders , as well as a chrome bug shield in front of radiator. This beauty was once in the collection of the late famous collector Sam Vaughan and also of another huge collector and Texas billionaire , the late John o'Quinn , who paid over $300,000 for this car just a few years ago. Rare FOUR speed transmission and the in-line 8 cyl. engine is in great condition as is the rest of the car ; she's ready to tour. A serious car for a serious enthousiast. Asking price $325,000 / obo. Can ship anywhere on the planet !

1964 Jaguar Mark X

This beautiful Jaguar Mark X has been totally restored to show condition. Just unbelievable , gorgeous condition and fabulous color combination. This car is truly like new and someone has spent a staggering sum of money to make her like this. Even has airconditioning. The wood , leather , paint , chrome , engine , everything looks like it just left the factory. If you want one of the best Jaguar Marks around , you've found it...Asking $45,000 , which is less than the cost of restoring her. Can ship to your doorstep anywhere on the globe.

1929 Rolls Royce Phantom II

Absolutely STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL 1929 Rolls Phantom II Imperial Cabriolet ( Town car / Sedanca ) Recent professional frame-off restoration including engine rebuild by famous marque specialist Brian Joseph. In remarkbly great condition. Super provenance and history , beautiful one-off French Coachwork by Hibbard and Darrin. Asking $235,000. more info : Specifications: 120bhp 7,668 cc, inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf springs and power assisted four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 150" In September 1929, Rolls-Royce made the announcement that the Phantom I chassis would be discontinued. Following Sir Henry Royce’s staunch belief in evolution not revolution, the company decided it was time to replace the Phantom I with a more refined, updated chassis. Rolls-Royce debuted this new chassis – known today as the Phantom II – the following month at the Olympia Motor Show. Improvements included the use of both semi-elliptic springs for both front and rear axles. Of particular note was the PII’s rear springs, which were underslung. A considerable reduction in ride height was the result of the new rear spring layout. When combined with the PII’s new lower frame, the total reduction was on the order of nine inches. Phantom II production spanned a relatively brief period of time, only six years between 1929 and 1935; in all, approximately 1,767 examples of the Phantom II were produced. With the customer’s choice of coachwork from one of Europe’s leading firms, each individual Phantom II was highly distinctive and often tailor-made to the buyer. The Rolls-Royce Phantom II presented here was specially ordered by Robert T. Neely of New York, the founder of Nedick’s and Shanty Shops, a chain of 135 luncheonettes popular till the 1950s. At the time the Rolls-Royce was built, Mr. Neely’s net worth was nearly 10 million dollars. A testament to his wealth and appreciation of fine things, he built his summer home at Sands Point, next door to none other than Mr. William Randolph Hearst. It was indeed fitting that no expense was spared when building this beautifully coachbuilt Rolls-Royce. Notably, the Rolls-Royce ordered by Mr. Neely, XJ-127, was one of the very first examples in the premier year of production of the Phantom II model, and was shipped to Paris to receive coachwork by Hibbard and Darrin. Despite being completely aluminum, the body was quite heavy, and extra supports were added to the frame to accommodate the added weight spanning the 12 1/2 ft wheelbase. The interior compartment, one of the car’s most unique aspects, is lavishly appointed and surrounds its occupants with opulent decadence. As expected, a divider window separates the passengers from the chauffeur, while a speaker system allows them to communicate with him at will. Not one for modesty, the rear compartment is trimmed with German plated gold hardware, and features a faux mink floor cover, a crystal decanter and glasses, the original perfume bottles and lighter, as well as jump seats and window blinds. Throughout the interior of the Rolls-Royce, one will find the Rose and Lily etchings duplicating Mr. Neely’s family crest, a lovely detail further enhancing its individuality. With security always an issue for the wealthy, there is even a hidden gun case built in the armrest of Mr. Neely’s side of the car. Other high-end interior appointments include walnut wood throughout and a Waltham eight-day clock. The leather-padded roof over the chauffeur’s compartment is completely removable for open air driving. The current owner reports that when first built, this magnificent example was toured from Paris throughout Europe for approximately 100 days, before being shipped to the United States aboard the “America Flyer”. Externally, the standout feature of this car is undoubtedly its exceptionally long, polished aluminum bonnet and cowl, the design of which was executed with the intention of creating a beautifully pronounced and flowing appearance. Notably, the employment of the raked windshield, extended bonnet, cowl section and long sweeping fenders – devoid of spare tires – is also duplicated on such prized Rolls-Royce models as the rare Henley Roadsters, as well as numerous other fully coachbuilt and significant models. The dramatic lines of the automobile continue thoughtfully, and meet the dark midnight blue bodywork of the car with purposeful elegance. One of the first Phantom II models to display these features, it is further enhanced at the front of the car by the nickel-plated radiator and Marchal headlamps, finished at the rear with an unobtrusive, single-mount spare tire. In November 1962, at the age of 80, Robert T. Neely passed away and the car was sent to the Finelli Museum in Ohio. The previous owner acquired the Phantom II from the museum in 1999 and treated it to a proper restoration both cosmetically and mechanically. Marque expert Brian Joseph of Detroit performed all the engine work, which included a complete engine rebuild. The engine was also precision balanced and treated to all new wiring. The car received a thorough mechanical service, and we understand it is mechanically fit to participate in RROC tours and events around the globe. This Phantom II, with its polished aluminum bonnet, elegant coachwork and beautifully presented interior, will certainly appeal to those with a predilection for the most opulent and beautiful examples of the period , and she's priced to sell below the cost of the restoration. Asking $235,000 Can ship anywhere on the Globe.

1962 Lincoln Continental Prototype

We just aqquired this beauty at a Classic car auction which sold it for the estate of a prominent car collector in Texas. This is the information given to us : " 1 of only 2 examples to have been built for Lincoln by the Derham Body Company and the only known survivor. This Lincoln Prototype has been fully restored. The wheelbase was shortened 22 " and the reardoors were removed from the design. Sporting Derham badges , this example features a bench seat , a black vinyl top , powerwindows and locks and shows just over 57000 miles." A wonderful car indeed and a true eyecatcher that looks very classy , and runs and drives great. If anybody has any information regarding the history of this car we would welcome it very much.

1937 Cord Sportsman ALL ELECTRIC

1937 Cord Sportsman ALL ELECTRIC streetrod , One -off just finished and custombuilt in Florida using a Aluminium box beam chassis with coil - over fourwheel independent suspension , powered by an TranswarP II electric motor built by Netgain motors and capable of turning 5000 rpm , coupled to a Chrysler 300 rear end , utilizing state of the art lithium - ion batteries and a Evenetics DC motor controller for smooth performance. Wildwood disc brakes and a Heidts independent frontend with power rack and pinion steering make it effortless to stop and steer. This awe inspiring car sports a beautiful combination of Lamborghini Orange Pearl paint and a rich cream Ostrich leather interior. Unbelievable torque and accelaration , combined with silent , smooth highwayspeeds ( range around 80 miles ) make her the perfect Starbucks racer and she draws a crowd where ever she goes. The smart charger in the trunk accomodates both 220V and 110 v , charging the batteries fully in only about an hour on 220 , and yet only three hours with 110V. A 1939 Lincoln Zephyr inspired dash , Duval styled bronze and chromed windshield , custom Briz bumpers , electric-hydraulic hood and trunk and retractable headlights compliment this beautifully designed car and it will surely make a great addition to and be a potential centerpiece for the most impressive car collection of the man who wants and has it all.. Asking $130,000. but... MAKE OFFER , WE'LL TALK !!!

1985 Stutz Victoria 4 door Long wheel base

Here we have the best of the best : Rare , beautuful , desirable , super low production , Italian Coachwork , good ol' USA drivetrain. One of only THREE cars built , this Stutz has only 33000 original miles , and looks the part inside and out , no excuses. True collector car , and the quality is here folks. Beautiful dark blue paint with red leather interior. Made for movie stars and Royalty. A real piece of History. This super exclusive car is priced at only $57,500 !!

1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster

Here we have essentially a brand new car with only 500 delivery miles ! Factory built by Speedster Motorcars in Florida. All the toys and then some ; power windows , seats , steering , brakes , GM Vortec V8 engine , auto trans , aircondition , true wire wheels , the works ! This car sold new for over $100 K. Asking only $75,000 ! Can ship to you anywhere on the Globe..

1958 Buick Century Convertible

1958 Buick Century Convertible. A beautiful , chrome laden 50's car priced at an affordable level below the Limited series cars.. Great condition all around with great looking paint , new top , interior and chrome and a great driver as well. Price on request , please call !

1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster

Here we have a beautiful Auburn Speedster , factorybuilt by Speedster Motorcars In Florida in 2008 , and titled as a 1936 Auburn ! Go to the website to see all the general specs on this wonderful car. She has a real classy color combo : charcoal grey with a darkgreen hue to it , and cream leather , wow ! This 1 owner car looks and drives like new and has only about 12000 miles on her. Newprice was $125,000 , now asking only $75,000..Can ship anywhere on the Globe , no problem.

1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster replica

Here we have a nice Auburn Speedster , probably built in the 80's , ( I cannot tell since title says 1936 )and looks to be recently refurbished , with some rare options like powerwindows and seats ! Ford V8 , auto trans , power steering and brakes and true wire wheels with new wide white wall tires and a great looking color combo ! but Asking only $37,500 !!! Titled as a 1936 Auburn , so no problem with emissions or importing to Europe ! First $37,500 takes her ! Can ship to your doorstep at a very fair price , no problem..Just got her in , so more pics will follow soon..

1929 Rolls Royce Phantom 1

1929 Rolls Royce Phantom Springfield , Lefthand drive. Brewster bodied Trouville Towncar. Same longtime ownership in dry western state. She runs and drives great and is showing some nice patina. This grand olde dame is ready to be enjoyed by her next temporary custodian. Asking $150,000. Can ship anywhere on the Globe at a reasonable price too !

1999 Shelby Series 1 Convertible

Here's a beautiful and rare ( only 249 built ) Shelby that came out of a private collection and is still on a MSO , thus never titled , with only 500 miles on the clock ! It is unbelievably quick with unmatched handling powered by Oldsmobile's 4.0 Liter L47 Aurora V8 engine producing 320 horsepower and does 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds and records 12.8 in the quarter mile at 112 mph! Top speed is 185 mph which is 15 mph faster than the 427 Shelby Cobra!!!. The car weighs only 2650 lbs. The Series 1 is the only sports car that the legendary, Carroll Shelby designed and built from the ground up! Shelby records show that they produced a total of only 249 Series 1's. This car is one of the original 249 production cars built with a seventeen digit VIN. It has a sandwiched aluminum frame & F1 suspension. The convertible top folds away out of sight in a compartment located behind the cockpit. The upgrades include leather seats, 4 piston brakes and a carbon fiber dash. This is a great investment vehicle and a much better place to park your hard earned money than the stockmarket ! This beautiful car has already taken it's depreciation and it will only go up in value from here. Asking only $96,000 and that's a lot less than the $175K it went for when new. Can ship to your doorstep anywhere on the globe at a reasonable price too !

1929 Rolls Royce Phantom Towncar

Just undug this cool barnfind Rolls out of a basement of a mansion in Georgia ! Cool history : she was owned by the woolworth family.. Very original car ; even has the owners manual in the original bag !

1981 / 1937 Cord 812 Phaeton

You're looking at a fullsize Cord 812 Super charged Phaeton continuation car. She has what looks to be a Oldsmobile 350 cu. V8 with automatic trans and a brand new lift-off soft top. Nice burgundy paint with clean tan interior. She comes with a full set of chrome Cord hubcaps in the trunk , but they don't fit the current 16 " rims on the car. The car was 99 % refurbished by a older gentleman , but his wife thought it better for someone else to finish tinkering with it. The man was very particular and did a great job so far ( look at everything labeled ) and she only needs some very minor cosmetics like new window rubbers etc. We think it's a car that was built by South Eastern Replicars ,inc. in Florida in the 80's. To the best of my knowledge , they only built 8 of these cars at a - then- MSRP of $65,000! It is titled as a 1981. The engine runs nice and smooth ( see and listen on the movie link next to the car's listing here.) and she shifts and stops fine. Just got the car in , and we had a brand new top put on of Mercedes cloth type with a nice small oval rear window , looks great ! Please don't make a mistake ; she's not to be compared to the smaller and much cheaper priced 3/4/ size Samco and Warrior / Glen Prey replica's ; this is a total different animal and a much , much more impressive and genuine looking car; even has the tilt head light covers , genuine looking dash and genuine Cord bumpers etc.! Priced to sell at a fraction of what you have to pay for a original car , and ofcourse easier to maintain and much more comfortable to drive. Price on request ,please inquire. Can ship anywhere on the globe for a reasonable price too ! Call me now ! 954 525 0600