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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. . .
1942 Cadillac Convertible
1942 Cadillac convertible, solid, never restored example, dry stored 1957-2007 by previous owner, under 35K actual miles, Marlboro maroon original paint, no rust ever, runs/drives well, power top operates, cosmetics weak but possibly massaged & kept original or ultimate candidate for show restoration, museum stored in central Virginia. . .
1949 Mercury 2 door coupe
This is a good, solid, unrestored car with 3 speed transmission with overdrive. The car has received a fresh brake system overhaul, it runs and drives well and the interior is serviceable but not great. The interior could use some TLC but is presentable. Located in central Virginia. . .
1950 GMC Short Bed Pickup
1950 GMC short bed pick up truck, column 3-spd manual, 44,338 miles from new. factory red, custom cab with full options, garage kept from new, high point/never restored example. It's possible that no finer example exists. Museum stored in central Va. 215-906-7001 or email . .
1951 Studebaker Champion 2dr.
This is a very good survivor / all original car. It's fresh out of 40 plus years of dry storage. 39,031 miles on the odometer (we believe to be actual), with old oil change door jam stickers to support the mileage as ultra low. Last registered and licensed in 1975. Freshly serviced, new battery, new fluids. Complete brake rebuild A to Z. Seems to run real well. No smoke, good oil pressure, smooth clutch, etc. Options include "hill holder" and factory. . .
1954 Bentley R-Type Saloon
1954 Bentley R-Type Saloon. Late R-Type, US delivery model with Left Hand Drive. Only these very late cars were fitted with the prettier bumpers and Silver Cloud One type bumper guards. Again, only these very late cars were the long-boot style body and all were fitted with automatic (GM Type Hydra-Matic Transmissions). This car was with it last owner for 30+ years, after being given to him by his wife as a twentieth anniversary gift. Mileage. . .
1955 Ford Thunderbird
This is a recent trade acquisition. It was a California car until recent time, hence it is virtually rust free. It does have its original soft top (black) and it is in presentable condition. It seems to run and drive okay, but since it was in storage for many years it should be checked out thoroughly before being put into use. It could use some cosmetic improvements, but overall it is very presentable and very straight. Note: offers and trades. . .
1959 Turner CCA Race Car
1959 Turner Sports Racer. 948cc competition engine (prepared by COMPTUNE). Original Old English White with Blue vinyl color combination, with period correct blue (painted on) racing stripes. This is a good vintage race car complete with its log book. It does run and drive well with much recent work performed. It is great looking and with not much effort or expense it should serve its next owner well as a fair weather vintage sports car or to be put back. . .
1960 Fiat Abarth Zagato
Sestriere Coupe. - Chassis # 757464 / Engine # 100.000 812848 This is a very original example of the Zagato steel bodied Sestriere coupe. The interior remains original and extremely fine, down to the carpets. It spent its life in Santa Ana, California. Prior to my purchasing it about four years ago, the previous family owned it for over fifty years (since 1964). Due to the window seals failing, there is some corrosion blistering on the lower/outer door skins (both sides). The dash. . .
1961 Plymouth Valient
Perhaps one of the more forgotten models from the sixties. This is a very scarce model. This particular example has the three speed manual with floor shift. It is also equipped with full fender skirts which we believe were fitted early on and likely produced by CAL CUSTOM. Although dull, the paint is original. The odometer reads less then 20,000 and after careful examination (and driving it) I believe this may well be it actual mileage from new. The iconic. . .
1962 MGA Mk II Coupe
LHD US market car. Recently underwent a major servicing. It runs and drives extremely well. No modifications. Factory stock, including its 1622cc motor. This is a decent old original car that is fairly presentable, but does have minimal/typical beginning stages of rust. Dead straight and no evidence of prior accident damage. Stored in central Virginia. . .

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