Thursday, November 26, 2015

1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe Sedan

1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe Sedan This is one of the nicest original examples to be found. With only 36,000 miles from new, this well maintained Chevy is an unbelievable time capsule. Finished in its original Texas Ivory paint with its original interior, it is a must see!! The Chevy has light patina on the paint, but nothing you would change. Equipped with radio and heater, this is one of the finest original un-restored Chevy’s we have ever seen. It runs and drives beautifully and is ready for any show or tour. Perfect preservation “class” car. This is truly one of one!! $32,500.
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Wishing you all a wonderful holiday


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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

1962 Austin Healey BN7

1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MK II BN7 Roadster BN7L 14004 BMIHT Heritage Trust Certificate on file (registered for over 25 years with the Trust) Restored to exact standards and colors as new (Ivory white with red interior) Most of the parts were sourced in England. BODY OFF – every nut and bolt restoration- driven 500 miles since restoration Please note the last picture showing my addition of badges an Lucas road lights. This Healey has only traveled 500 mile since restoratio.n It drives better than new. It is the best Healey I has ever drvien. PERIOD !! One of only 355 BN7 two-seater , tri-carb cars built. (April 1961-March 1962 (last of the two-seaters built Only about 175 survive according to Austin Healey historians Complete with top, side curtains and tonneau cover. This restoration is over the top!!
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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

1950 Nash Statesman Sedan

1950 Nash Statesman Super Sedan Showing only 37,000 miles, this Nash is an amazing survivor. Finished in Midnight Black with beautiful original gray pinstriped cloth interior, the Statesman Airflyte is awesome. The excellent chrome trim shows well. This is a great preservation Nash that can be driven or shown. Equipped with the original Nash flathead 6 and 3 speed transmission with optional overdrive, it is a pleasure to drive. The original owners manual, overdrive instructions, tire pamphlet, warranty registration in the owner’s name are with the car. A great feature of the Nash was the addition of folding front seats to configure into a bed. Travelling or camping made it easy to stop and take a nap. Priced fairly at $29,900.
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Thursday, November 5, 2015

1953 Porsche Pre A

1953 Porsche Pre A This is a very special Pre-A Porsche Coupe. The following is a brief description of this EXPERIMENTAL car (#51465) released and sold by the Factory in the summer of 1954 to a U.S. soldier. The soldier, stationed in Germany, flew for the CIA Airline "Air America" and stayed in Germany after the war and married a German girl. He was fluent in German and befriended a Porsche family member. The company was really small at that time, and he was able to buy the "Versuch" or test car in June, 1954 directly from the factory--- after all it was test car and had no more value to Porsche. After about 10 years, the family moved back to the States and brought the car with them. The documentation includes: Factory "cardex" showing it to be a test car. Also shown is a certification letter from Porsche showing it to be a White car with red leather. The 1953 test features on the car were used on the 1954 models. They include: "Clap" windshield wipers, 5 dated and finned wheel covers, a complete tool kit, factory installed antenna, a Distributor brass cover plate, a special transmission mount in addition to the original mount still on the car, and a set of original road lights with safety bars. Luckily, the car has been in dry climates since coming to the States in about 1962. There is no evidence of rust including the very very solid floors. Repainted in 1972, the Porsche is now in need of refreshing if desired. The headliner, carpet, side panels and rear seat are all original. The front seats were re-done in red leather-- however -- the underside of them is totally original and in excellent condition. The factory changed the motor when it was sold from 32325 to 32988- which makes sense after "using up the original". #32988 is an early 1954 motor. The transmission, no.2619 is original to the car. Trades considered.
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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

1941 Cadillac Convertible Sedan In my opinion, the 1941 Cadillac is the ultimate tour car for CCCA Events. It has plenty of power with its 346 cid L-head V-8 engine mated to a smooth 3 speed manual transmission. The independent front suspension with coil springs, plus the rear semi-eliptic leaf springs riding on a 126 inch wheelbase, supply a smooth and stable ride. This particular Cadillac has been in my hometown (St. Louis) since new. It was owned by the Lindburg family for over 50 years. I remember seeing it in their Cadillac Showroom in the 1960’s. I purchased the Cadillac almost 8 years ago and have enjoyed it on many great outings. Notice that radio pre-set radio stations are all St. Louis stations—some still in business. The maroon paint was in fantastic condition –it was applied at Lindburg Cadillac back in the ‘60s. The tan leather is also in great condition. I replaced the black hartz cloth top in 2013 as well as adding new wide white radial tires for safe driving. Come drive it and you will agree. $92,500. Trades welcome


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