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1934 Pontiac Deluxe Coupe
Pontiac, 1934 Deluxe 8 cylinder "three window" rumble seat coupe. 93,330 miles. Straight and solid car. Running boards are a little rough, but new ones come with it. Roll down back window. Very complete and may be a candidate to service up and to use the way it is vs. restore. Clear title. Located in Central Virginia. Call or Text 215-906-7001. Email; . .
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. . .
1936 Ford Deluxe Roadster
Fabulous ten year old restoration by Jim Lowrey of Tilton, NH (same specialty V-8 Ford shop that restored almost all of the Michael Dingman Collection cars). This was a no expense spared show restoration of the ultimate version of a 1936 Ford Deluxe Roadster with all of the rare accessories. Multiple show winner, including the Ford Motor Company award. In a recent telephone conversation with Jim Lowrey Sr., I was told that the restoration cost alone exceeded $150,000. This. . .
1937 Plymouth Deluxe Rumble Seat Sport Coupe
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. . .
1937 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet
Original, never restored/never apart/never rusty example. One time repaint, always dark green. Original, but tattered leather. Deluxe model with banjo steering wheel and radio. 44k approximate mileage showing. I had it serviced up three years ago when I bought it, from its previous owner of 47 years. I'll install a new battery. It ran perfectly, but it does need the shocks rebuilt. Original running boards support the mileage. Dead straight and no evidence of any prior accident damage. . .
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. . .
1941 Chrysler Town & Country
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. . .
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. . .

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