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31LINCOLN2016
1931 Lincoln Model K Custom Berline
$79,500
This is a fantastic Custom bodied two-window Berline, by Judkins. 1931 was Lincoln's lowest production year with just over 3,000 cars sold in total. Most were factory bodied, but some extremely special bodies were special ordered and built by the custom coachbuilders of the day. The car offered is precisely one of these special bodied customs. All 1931 Lincoln's were high compression V-8 powered and all used the same 145" wheelbase chassis, very similar to the following year. . .
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1934 Ford Sport Sedan
$49,000
1934 Ford V-8 "Sport Sedan" by Hollbrook. This car was an original Olympia Show Stand (London) car for the 1934 show. It is a "one-off" custom body. Approximate original cost was $4500 USD. This would have been about five times what a standard US delivery version of a factory four door sedan cost when new. It is RHD. It is a true sport sedan with lightweight bucket seats in the front and a bench seat for two in. . .
36HARL2015
1936 Harley Davidson Knucklehead
$78,500
1936 "KNUCKLEHEAD" (36EL1178) with factory sidecar. This is a first year Knucklehead. Museum Stored in central Virginia. Restoration is from either the 1980's or 1990's. Belly cases are matching numbers (36-1207/36-1207). Nicely restored. Like almost all first year/1936 Knuckleheads, it has slightly later frame and pieces. Priced accordingly. . .
37PLYMOUTH2016
1937 Plymouth Deluxe Rumble Seat Sport Coupe
$22,900
This is a car that I bought out of Indiana a couple of years ago, after having searched for one for over 15 years. There are lots of trunk back standard 1937 coupes out there, but next to none of these. I was told that this car stayed with the original family since about 1940. It had been off the road since 1969. The car is overall sound condition, but has a little rust in the lower rear panels and. . .
HUP1939SDN
1939 Hupmobile Sedan
$16,900
This is a very complete and correct car. It spent 40 plus years in a museum in Texas. It seems to run well. It does drive and has brakes. It has wonderful Art Deco styling. Dash plastic has issues. Otherwise, the cosmetics are quite presentable. This car with minimal TLC could be used and enjoyed pretty much as it is. Others, may want to restore it to perfection or it may well serve as a basis for a spectacular Resto. . .
48CHRYSBB001
1941 Chrysler Town & Country
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1941 Chrysler Town & Country Barrel Back. Formerly owned by the Wells Museum. Superb never restored example with nice wood and wonderful original leather. Recent major service. Will entertain serious offers (may entertain trades). Stored in central VA. . .
51MERCURY2016
1951 Mercury Woody Station Wagon
$39,750
This 1951 Mercury Station wagon was sold new and stayed in Mexico until three years ago. It is 100% zero rust / anywhere, ever. Although an amateur restoration, it presents itself quite well and runs well. The original radio comes with it, but needs rebuilding. One piece of glass is cracked, but a new set of correct glass has been purchased and comes with it. The shocks need replacement, is really the only glaring issue that the car has. It starts. . .
70MG2016
1970 MGB Convertible
$22,900
1970 was a unique year for MGB's and the only year that they put split rear bumpers on them. This car is a fantastic example of a largely original car with a one time repaint in its original British Racing Green. The interior remains original with the exception of new carpets. The original padded dash remains perfect original. Mileage on the odometer reads just over 36,000 miles. We believe it to be original as the car absolutely drives out like. . .
87ALFA2015
1987 Alfa Graduate Spider
$14,900
Here is a fine example of one of the last series of Alfa Graduate spiders. Miles on the odometer read approximately 42,000 miles and we believe it to be actual. She runs and drives extremely well. We just installed a brand new set of Michelin Tires. The paint appears to be original and no signs of any rust or significant damage ever. We consider these Alfa spiders to be "blue chip" investments. Museum stored in central Virginia. . .

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