1936 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet
1936 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet fully restored, all factory steel. 1936 Ford roll up windows with rumble seats body off full nut and bolt complete restoration of a total rust-free body with no expense spared.
1947 Cadillac Convertible
The series 62 was Cadillac’s most popular model in 1947. This car is equipped with hydra-electric automatic window lifts, power seat and power top as well as the 150 bhp 346 c.i. V/8 engine plus the hydra-matic transmission and AM radio.
1948 Plymouth Convertible
Built by Chrysler – offers a 6-cylinder L head engine and a 3-speed transmission. This vehicle is equipped with radio hydraulic brakes and heater. This car was restored and is in impeccable condition a great drive or a show car.
1957 Hudson Hornet
June 25, 1957 was a sad day for Hudson Cars, as the cars rolled off the production line. The 1957 line up included body styles, a 4-door sedan and the Hollywood 2 door hardtop.
1953 Buick “Skylark” Convertible
The 1953 Buick Skylark was a top-of-the-line limited production specialty convertible. Introduced in 1953 by General Motors. The 1953 Buick Skylark was hand made in many aspects.
MASSEY HARRIS ‘PONY’
The ‘PONY’ was a two plow tractor built by Massey-Harris from 1941, the model 20 was built 1946 to 1948 introduced to commemorate MASSY’S100th anniversary in 1947. The 20 was virtually identical to the earlier model 81 which first appeared in 1941 . The model 20 was replaced in 1948 by the model 22. The 124in (2031) engine inherited from the model 81 and the model 101 before it. Produced 31H>P> (23KW) at the belt and was manufactured by CONTINENTAL, like all MASSEY-HARRIS tractors were at the time. The model 20 offered a four speed transmission providing top speed of 2.5 MPH (4KM/H) in first gear and 13.5 MPH (21.6 KM/H) in fourth gear.
is a LIMITED AMERICAN manufacturer of agriculture equipment, formed by the 1953 merger of machinery manufacturers MASSEY-HARRIS of CANADA and the FERGUSON CO. in BRITAIN . It was based in BRANTFORD, ONTARIO until 1988. The company transferred its head quarters to BUFFALO, NEW YORK in 1997 before it was acquired by AGCO. The new owner of its former competitor ALLIS-CHALMERS ,MASSEY-FERGUSON is one of several brands produced by AGCO ,remains a major seller around the world.