Thursday, December 29, 2016

Thursday, December 22, 2016

1903 Thomas 18



1903 Thomas 18 

This fantastic Thomas was owned by a collector in Buffalo, NY for many years. He bought it from a museum in Buffalo in the 90's when it closed. The Thomas was a very original and complete car when purchased. It is one of two known REAL 1903 Thomas autos to exist today. . When he passed away in 2000, his estate sold the Thomas to a collector in the State of Washington where it had a complete restoration and finished in 2005. It was shown at a few local Concours shows and driven about 300 miles in Single Cylinder Tours, including completing the Single Cylinder Touring Registry Tour in LaConner, Washington. Shown at Amelia Island in 2014 Now ready for the London Brighton Tour. Interesting trades considered.

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

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Friday, December 2, 2016

1957 Cadillac Biarritz Convertible


1957 Cadillac Biarritz Convertible Beautiful restoration on a rare Cadillac model. This totally correct swept wing styled Cadillac along with the Cadillac Brougham were the top of the line for GM. Only 1800 Biarritz models were produced for 1957. It is powered by a 365 cubic inch V-8 with dual 4 barrel Carter carburetors, topped by a unique Bat-Wing dual-element oil bath air cleaner. A RARE factory Air Conditioning system was supplied new on this Cadillac. Naturally, it is also equipped with full power equipment. Painted in tuxedo black with red leather, the look is exceptional. With the top down, it is covered by a fiberglass "parade boot" that gives the car an even longer appearance. The solft top is hartz cloth black with red piping to match the interior leather. Best of all, the Biarritz rides and drives very well. The engine is smooth as well as the easy shifting Hydra-Matic transmission. Please call for more details.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Friday, November 25, 2016

1958 Volvo PV444



1958 Volvo P444 Two Door Sedan The P444 was the first uni-body car for Volvo. This great example is powered by the B16B engine, only offered for less than a year. It develops 85 hp with a 4 cylinder l.6 liter format. The performance with the factory installed twin carburetor configuration is brisk. The P444 was known as an excellent Rally car in Europe and raced in many SCCA Events in the States. In fact, there are several still racing in Vintage Events. The combination of performance and durability won over many two-seat sports car drivers over the years. “Race on Sunday—drive to work on Monday.” This P444 is in excellent condition and restored to correct specifications. The restoration is indeed Concour quality in every way. Several hundred invoices of the entire process are inclued with the car -- plus atleast 50 articles written over the years on the PV444's. As you can see from the pictures, the undercarriage has been properly cleaned, steamed and painted. New bushing and suspension parts have been changed where needed. The detailed pictures speak as to the quality of the work. In a grouping of pictures shown, the bare painted body with suspension was actually taken to a car event to showcare the work done. The proper color white with offsetting blue interior shows well. This Volvo is ready to hit the road !! Priced at much less than the cost of restoration. Drive it home for $26,500.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

1941 Cadillac 62 Convertible Sedan - Robert Pass



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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1912 Rambler Cross Country - Robert Pass


1912 RAMBLER CROSS COUNTRY TOURING 38 hp. 4 cylinder engine, 120 inch wheelbase This rare Rambler was built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It was named the Cross Country because of its ability to travel long distances with reliability and comfort. Having toured for many miles, the last owner proudly states this Rambler is tour ready. It is also show ready!! Upgrades for safety include: turn signals, stop lights, electric fuel pump, electric starter, a BB-1 carburetor and numerous other items. The restorer of this great car is available to answer any questons. Cosmetically, the burgundy body and black fenders are excellent. The straw colored wooden wheels are fully restored and solid. The Rambler has an imposing stance and is always a hit at a show or tour. Priced to sell to a new caretaker: $79,500.

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