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1904 Cadillac Tulip Tourer
1904 Cadillac Tulip Tourer. Runs well. Never restored. Some modifications through time, but no one has touched it other then to service it up and keep it running in more then 50 years. Car is located in central Virginia. . .
1910 International High Wheeler Model A Auto Buggy
1910 International High Wheeler, Model A Auto Buggy. Runs well. Solid never restored estate vehicle. Has recently been registered. Good for export. Headlights need some work but are there. Vehicle located in central Virginia. . .
1922 Lincoln 7 Passenger Touring
1922 Lincoln, Leyland Lincoln) 7 passenger Touring. Nice old barn find car. Nice original example, but needs some TLC. Runs well. Has original owner's manual. Missing vacuum tank. Located in central Virginia. . .
1922 Locomobile Model 48 Sportif
This is extremely well preserved example of one of the pioneer automobile collectors iconic model. Known history back to the late 1940's. Extremely original with a one time respray many years ago. Recently tuned up. Runs great. Recent new canvas top and tonneau cover. Nicely preserved leather. Presentable paint. Clear title. Location in central Virginia. Call or Text 215-906-7001 Or, email . .
1927 Ford Model-T Speedster (Mercury Body)
1927 Mercury bodied Speedster. Formerly the property of Tom Powels (famous Lincoln collector from Reseda, CA). Older restoration. Two speed Ruxstel rear end. Frontenac Overhead Valve Racing head. Disc Racing wheels (or will sell with proper 21" 1927 T wire wheels). Fresh out of storage. Paint has issues. . .
1929 Packard Custom Dietich
This is a special order Super Eight Packard Custom Dietrich dual cowl phaeton, with a great history and only a few owners since new. Odometer reads just over 60,000 miles. We feel the mileage is very possibly the actual miles, from new. Even the door panels and back seat are still the original leather. The original side curtains are still with the car. One lady owned the car from 1930 to 1987 (Sharon, Connecticut). Recent servicing. She runs and drives. . .
1930 Lincoln Model L
1930 Lincoln Model L LeBaron Convertible-Roadster. This is an older restoration, over a rock solid good original car. This is the one of 100 built reported to have been built. Elegant styling, rumble seat, golf club compartment, and full leather interior. This is a Model 185 and 1930 was the year it was first introduced. This is a very handsome, quality coachbuilt CCCA Classic. Priced modestly. . .
1931 Packard Model 840
This is the premiere sport model true classic roadster for Packard, in their final year of offering factory built (Dietrich design) side curtain open cars with fold down windshield. The "Deluxe Eight 840" was equipped with the biggest engine Packard offered coupled with the SWB (short wheelbase) Super 8 chassis (140"). The car offered here is a beautifully preserved older restored (former CCCA national 1st prize winner) example. It was the only known example of its type that was sold. . .
1931 Lincoln Model K Custom Berline
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. . .
1936 Lincoln K V-12 Coupe
This is body number 26 of 26 LeBaron coupes built in 1936. It has had a recent major servicing a brake overhaul by a top shop. It runs and drives out very well. It is a two seater version with a golf club compartment and trunk in the rear. This is a great mostly original car that is in very well preserved condition. It could benefit from some minor cosmetic improvements. It is a massive 145 inch wheelbase CCCA Classic. . .
1936 Packard 115 C
1936 Packard 115 C Convertible Coupe with rumble seat. This is a great little six cylinder version of the famous Dietrich design that was shared with the 120 model. This car was recently removed from storage (since 1985). The car underwent a major servicing. The fuel system was completely gone through. The brake system was completely overhauled. It has had a valve resurfacing job and a major tune up. It runs and drives excellent. The cosmetics are just so-so. . .
1939 Hupmobile Sedan
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. . .

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