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1933 Chevrolet Coupe

This 1933 Chevrolet Coupe comes equipped with dual side mounts, rumble seat and carrier rack on the rear. It comes equipped with a 6-cylinder engine and a standard 3 speed transmission plus a starter which combined the starter switch and gas pedal. It has quality paint which present the car well. The interior was redone a few years ago but shows very well and is in good condition – as a Buyer you will be pleased to own this car. (Mileage not guaranteed)

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. Perfect fit and finish, gorgeous maroon color. With a tan interior and top. All the mechanicals including 21 stud flat head 85 HP V/8 engine. All mechanicals were completely rebuilt and or replaced to like new condition. STARTS, SHIFTS AND STOPS AS IT DID WHEN HENRY BUILT IT. I have had this car over 30 years. “It’s one of a kind.”  (Mileage not guaranteed)

 

 

1939 Ford Deluxe Coupe

Spectacular Restoration! Last year for the rumble seat! Stunning color combination! Truly one of the finest examples of this rare classic! Finished in classic grey color with a tan leather interior and a black convertible top. The automobile has been excellently restored, ready for show or drive. This automobile will not disappoint the most critical – “A RARE FIND”. The 1939 Ford is equipped with 85HP, 221 cubic inches, 8-cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission live axle suspension with transverse leaf springs, four wheel hydraulic-actuated drum brakes. PLUS – “Power Steering” which others don’t have. National First Prize Winner 1979 for the Antique Automobile Club of America. (Mileage not guaranteed)

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. It also sports the noticeable and popular stilling addition – optional “Sombrero” full wheel covers. The car was painted in original Cadillac color of madeira maroon metallic with a beige convertible top and a factory replacement interior. This is a low original mileage car with only 24,750 miles in the odometer. If you are looking for an automobile of this caliber. LOOK NO FURTHER – THIS IS THE ONE – IT’S ONE OF THE BEST. (Mileage not guaranteed)

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. The car is maroon in color with a maroon trim and beige seating. The convertible top is Beige. This is an excellent driver. (Mileage not guaranteed)

1955 Chevrolet Bel-air Convertible

Chevrolet was the most popular car built in 1955. This car sports a 265 c.i. turbo fire V/8 producing 162 HP coupled with a power-glyde transmission. 55 Chevrolets were built with a 12-volt electrical system allowing use of power equipment such as this car has… Power windows, power seats, power convertible top, power steering, power brakes, radio. The car is equipped with about 90% of all options available. The car was painted with 2 of the most popular colors – shoreline beige and gypsy red. Combining a factory interior in beige and red and a beige convertible top. If you are looking for the Best – this is it. (Mileage not guaranteed)

1956 Packard “Caribbean” Convertible

This convertible is a personal luxury car produced by Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. It comes complete with a 374 c.i. V/8 producing 310 HP coupled with an improved “ultramatic” transmission and a “torsion level” suspension providing a truly extraordinary ride and handling. This was the last edition of the TOP OF THE LINE- CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE produced. It sports most every luxury – class option including “reversible new seat covers” that reverse from cloth side to leather side. Show chrome wine wire wheels with white wall tires, power windows and power top were also included. This car came to me with 16,000 miles registered. Packard only produced 276 Caribbean Convertible for 1956, the last year of production – painted in standard colors – Dover white, maple orange and Corsican black. If you ever had the desire to own a luxury car such as this – this may be the one. (Mileage not guaranteed)

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. Sales plummeted to only 4,100 units sold in 1957. This was recognized as being UNFAIR to Hudson as it was quite a car in its own, right solidly constructed with excellent good qualities. Mechanical upgrades were significant. The engine is a 327 c.i. version with a carter 4-barrel carb, dual exhaust and producing 255 HP. The transmission is a General Motor Hydramatic but billed as “Flash-Away Hydramatic”. The car was purchased from an estate and has only 50755 miles. It is in excellent condition, but paint would be rated 7 to 8 out of 10 points. You need to drive a car of this caliber to realize the better points of Hudson. (Mileage not guaranteed)

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