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BUICK, 1937, Roadmaster 80 with body by Brewster. Owned originally by Merrill-Lynch heiress. Full CCCA status recorded 1973, featured on page 103 of “The Classic Car” book by Beverly Rae Kimes. A delight to drive at freeway speeds! Combination of older restoration and excellent original. One of one custom body. Many details. www.vaultcars.com or call Steve Snyder, 714-401-1047. $49,500.

BUICK, 1941, 90 Limited model 91. Excellent throughout. Owned and maintained by Buick agency most of its 70 years. Drive like new at 70 mph with wide white radials. A great CCCA Classic for $24,500. Transportation arranged. Tom Crook. 253-941-3454. More photos go to: www.hemmings.com/dealers/ and select Tom Crook Classics.

CADILLAC, 1930, Model 353 V-8 All-Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood. A well-preserved original in excellent condition. In excellent running and driving condition. A great tour car. Photos at www.rollingart.com. Phone 610-360-3057.

CADILLAC, 1939, 60 Special. CCCA Senior, Cadillac-LaSalle Club Senior, AACA 1st Junior. Outstanding car and proven reliable tour car driven on CCCA CARavans and AACA Sentimental Tours. I’m selling this car for the widow of a friend who recently died. Fairly priced at $37,500. Complete email photos available. Lowell Cooper, NC, 828-884-9834, LBCOOPER@comporium.net or Dale Benjamin, 828-877-3987.

 

 

DUESENBERG, 1931, J-430 Limousine. Long-wheelbase chassis number 2438. ACD Certified Category One with all original components. Driven to West Coast ACD meet, awarded Best Original and Best Duesenberg. Documented history from new. Equipped with divider window, trunk, mirrors, Trippe lights and rare radio. Must see and drive to appreciate. For someone who appreciates a low mileage, near mint original. $485,000. Trades, transport arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.

LINCOLN, 1925, Judkins 3-Window Berline. Bought from the original owner’s estate and professionally restored in 1989. It has been maintained in a climate-controlled garage and re-restored as required. AACA Senior Grand National (2012); CCCA Premier (99.75 points 2011); excellent show record. Age and health force sale at well below cost. E-mail for photos and detailed description. oldguyoldcars@knology.net.

LINCOLN, 1934, Judkins Berline 7-Passenger Limousine! Very original. One of less than two dozen examples known and considered one of the sleekest cars offered from Lincoln in 1934! Brilliant V12 power and completely original interior! Just gorgeous!! $134,900. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@st.louiscarmuseum.com.
LINCOLN, 1941, Continental Cabriolet. Body #195, recent take offs, all parts in good to very good condition. Very fair pricing, need to make space, excellent digital pictures w/full details and pricing on request. 1) Front axle, springs, shocks wishbone, drums w/new shoes, wheel cylinder bearings, races. 2) Differential, spring, wishbone, shocks, drums w/new shoes, wheel cylinders, seals. 3) Three speed transmission with Borg-Warner overdrive as a unit only. Both have new bearings, seals, bushings and many parts. Have detailed pictures of all internals and parts replaced. I built this transmission/overdrive intending for my car before changing direction, professional built, never run. Miscellaneous parts include: cast iron heads, nickel plated, polished aluminum intake, rebuilt carburetor, starter, generator, radiator, fan, correct air cleaner, exhaust manifolds, all components for hot air heater (set only). Prices quoted will be FOB Sacramento, CA 95864. marshallkraus@gmail.com; 916-698-9898.

LINCOLN, 1948, Continental Convertible. One of just 452 produced in the final production year! A CCCA Full Classic® and the last V12 production vehicle produced by a U.S. automaker! A rare opportunity and strong blue chip invest for serious collectors!! $49,900. Please contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@st.louiscarmuseum.com.

LINCOLN, 1948, Continental Coupe. One of the very last built. 37,000 original miles. Solid, rust free. Gorgeous paint and chrome. Award winning in LZOC, LCOC and CCCA competitions. Very correct and well running. 2012 appraisal: $56k. Asking $46k. For additional photos and information, email me at srussell@interscapeconstruction.com.

PACKARD, 1932, Convertible Coupe-Roadster 902. Six chrome wires, factory metal sidemount covers with mirrors. Late production with downdraft carburetor and full synchro transmission. Restored, new engine and service. Runs great for only $138,500. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1933, model 1001 Coupe/Roadster. CCCA Senior, Concours level restoration completed 1998. 100% correct in every respect. No expense spared. Extensive records with some spare parts included. Painted factory color scheme “F” with six chrome wires. Runs and drives fine. Ready to show and tour. $138,500. John P. Clark, 502-208-7909, clarks2501@aol.com.

PACKARD, 1934, 1107 V-12, rare five-passenger coupe. Restored Classic Car Club of America® National First badge. Documented 40 years ago, first of four listed in Edward Blend’s Book (“Magnificent Packard Twelve of 1934”). New Goodyear wide whites, detailed and serviced to drive and show. Must see. $195,000. For immediate sale. Trades, transport arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1935, 1202 863 Convertible Sedan. High quality restoration, silver body with maroon fenders, tan leather, great touring car. Rudy Langer, 816-931-1188 or www.kcvintagecars.com.

PACKARD, 1936, 1408 V-12 7-Passenger Sedan. 144-inch wheelbase, rebuilt, iron heads, stainless exhaust, high-speed gears. From the estate of an engineer that restored and maintained. Extensive records. Everything operates. Very impressive to drive and enjoy. Must see to appreciate for $68,500. Tom Crook, 253-841-3454.

PACKARD, 1937, Super-8, rare Formal with divider window. Heater, side mount mirrors, trunk rack, etc. Older restoration, not show. Awarded trophies in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Runs good. Asking $43,500. 253-941-3454. Photos: www.hemmings.com/dealers/ tomcrookclassiccars.

PIERCE-ARROW, 1934, LeBaron 840A Convertible Sedan. Rare, one of a kind. 138-inch wheelbase. 385 cu. in. 8-cylinder. Good car before previous restoration. Received the Vanderveer Trophy and highest points at national Pierce-Arrow Society meet after restoration. Recent new top, detailing and service throughout. Runs great. The best buy on a premium Pierce at $165,000. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454
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STEARNS KNIGHT, 1929, Straight-8 Rumble Seat Coupe. Custom aluminum body, rebuilt engine with 9 main bearings runs excellent. Complete off-frame restoration, new radiator core, 5 Buffalo wire wheels, many extra parts. Orange and Bronson yellow, with brown fenders. Rare Full Classic®, one of three. $110,000.00. Harry, 518-696-2102 (NY).

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CLASSIC CARS WANTED
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Classic Cars, any condition. Top dollar paid, we pick up anywhere in the U.S. 25 years experience. We will buy one car or complete collections. Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, BMW, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Delage, Delahaye, Auburn, Buick, Cord, Cadillac, Chrysler, Duesenberg, Packard, Lincoln, Stutz, Pierce-Arrow, Studebaker and various European and American Classic & sports cars. Please call Peter Kumar 1-800-452-9910 or email: GullwingNY@aol.com.

WANTED: 1935 or older luxury cars, Pierce-Arrow, Packard, Lincoln, Auburn… Barn fresh or restored for my museum. Pay cash, call Ed 734-755-3609 or contact me at eklaginess@sbcglobal.net, www.edsoldiron.net.

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