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As appeared in the January 2013 issue of the Bulletin.
FULL CLASSICS FOR SALE
AUBURN, 1931, 8-98A Brougham. Tan/brown accents, wire wheels, trunk rack. A presentable older restoration needing additional mechanical sorting prior to long tour. Rare car–one of just a handful known. OH. www.SignificantCars.com, 800-837-9902
AUBURN, 1935, Phaeton. Desdemona blue/red leather/black. One of the finest examples known. Freshly restored with correct rare NOS parts. ACD Senior. Asking $160,000. WI. www.SignificantCars.com, 800-837-9902
AUBURN, 1935 Supercharged Cabriolet. Maroon/tan top and leather, chrome wires, side mounts, driving lights. Nice older restoration with $30k in recent mechanical work by Frank Cek. Show ready with minimal touch up. Great tour car! Asking $175,000. OH. www.significantcars.com. 800-837-9902.
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 $28,500. Transportation arranged. Tom Crook. 253-941-3454. More photos go to: www.hemmings.com/dealers/ and select Tom Crook Classics
CADILLAC, 1926. I am looking for a good home! Model 314 (7-passenger). Photo located on web at “The New Cadillac Database” photo on page “26 survivors”. I am well preserved, invited to 1st Hilton Head Concours and many other events. Have left-hand drive, all original nickel trim/lights, side curtains, impressive vehicle, aluminum bodied, never sold outside of a very small circle of friends. $84,000, negotiable. Jim Belote, 203-438-5483.
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, 1930, 353 Sedan. Black, Grey, artillery wheels, blackwalls, rear mount. High speed gears. 25k original mile car with sensitive restoration. Exceptional new paint and plating. A truly stunning example. OH. www.SignificantCars.com, 800-837-9902.
CADILLAC, 1931, 355-A Dual-Cowl Sport Phaeton. High quality Full Classic®, restored 2009. One of 10,717 Cadillacs produced for 1931, but only one of 100+/- convertible phaetons. V-8, 353 cu. in. engine, Synchro-mesh transmission. Stunning burgundy and light grey color, burgundy interior and black top. 2010 Amelia Island Concours participant, won People’s Choice and Best of Class at 2010 Naples-Marco Antique Car Show. Located in Naples, FL. $195,000. Carl Manofsky, 312-953-4405.
CADILLAC, 1938, V-16 Model 9039, Town Sedan. One of 20 made; only seven remaining. Frame up restoration in 2003 in oxblood maroon with tan broadcloth interior. CCCA Primary winner 2005. Asking $85,000. Terry Wenger, 314-522-8899 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CADILLAC, 1938, 6519 V-8 sedan. Project or parts. Additional 6119 sedan (nc), plus two dubious extra engines. Cars 95 percent complete, last ran 20 years ago and 50 years ago. Asking $5,000 per car or $8,000 for everything. Jim Robinson, Los Angeles, CA 213-663-3022, email@example.com.
CADILLAC, 1939, 60 Special, Town Car. Very rare, one of only five made by Derham (two left). Complete professional restoration, perfect body and paint finish in Antoinette Blue. Asking $125,000. Serge Monette, Montréal, Canada, 514-333-4153, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CADILLAC, 1940, 60 Special. Excellent condition. Stock and authentic. Flathead Cadillac V-8 runs great, 3-speed manual transmission. Recent wide whitewalls, excellent chrome, nice interior! Ready to enjoy now. $26,500 many detailed photos www.vaultcars.com, contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.
CADILLAC, 1947, Town Limousine by Derham. Original interior, gunmetal grey body, in very good condition. Won Primary 3rd place at the 2012 Rockport Grand Classic®. Reducing collection. Asking $65,000. Contact Serge Monette, Montréal, CA. 514-333-4153, email@example.com.
CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION. 1941 Cadillac 60 Special, 1941 Cadillac 6267 convertible, 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe. Call for details and price. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. AZ time, please. Jack Dyson, 623-581-8460.
CORD, 1930, L-29 Convertible Sedan. Less than 1,000 miles since professional restoration. Every piece of wood, every nut, bolt, screw, washer replaced with proper original variety. Body: red; fenders: maroon; top: tan, correct Hartz cloth, two correct side mounts with locks, two Cord tire mirrors. Factory approved accessory fender lights. Starts easily, shifts quietly, runs flawlessly. Reason for sale: age. Bob Randolph, 910 5th Avenue, Longmont, CO 80501. Phone: 303-776-4205.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org.
LINCOLN, 1933, KA Convertible Coupe. Maroon/ brown leather/tan top, DSM, wire wheels, trunk rack. An exceptional older restoration that still presents as a freshly restored car. Asking $175,000. WA. www.SignificantCars.com, 800-837-9902.
LINCOLN, 1938, Model K convertible victoria. Coachwork by Brunn. One of only eight production models built. Restored and in excellent condition. Photos at www.rollingart.com. Phone 610-360-3057.
LINCOLN, 1948, Continental Coupe. Original restored as necessary. Repainted original dark green. Rebuilt V-12. Original factory custom all tan cloth interior in very good condition. Known history since new. $31,000. 413-426-9799.
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 email@example.com.
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1948, Club Coupe. Opal blue/green, blue leather/whipcord. Exceptional no expense spared ground-up restoration resulting in arguably the finest ‘46-‘48 Continental Coupe in existence. AACA Senior, CCCA Premier. Literally, a perfect car. Stunning finishes and unparalleled attention to detail! Priced accordingly, yet still way under cost of restoration. OH. www.SignificantCars.com 800-837-9902.
MARMON, 1931, 16 7-Passenger Sedan. Chocolate/tan broadcloth, DSM, wire wheels. Top flight older restoration in excellent running and driving condition. CCCA Premier. Asking $175,000. AZ. www.SignificantCars.com, 800-837-9902.
PACKARD, 1927, 4-43 Limousine by Brewster. Green/black, DSM, discs, trunk. Unique example with Skeleton interior woodwork and reverse slant windshield. Believed built for William Brewster’s personal use. An important Packard. $89,500. IN. www.significantcars.com. 800-837-9902.
PACKARD, 1929, 626 Standard 8 Convertible. 55k miles, $70,000. Partial trade considered. Older restoration of a very good car. Runs and drives great. Seats are soft saddle tan antiqued leather. No tears or scratches visible. New battery. In house restoration work: painted the fenders and touched up the body. Newly buffed to very good condition. New wool carpet with vinyl binding to match leather. New matching antiqued vinyl door panels. New stayfast convertible top and spare tire cover. Have work history documents that I received when I purchased the car in 2009. John Kepich, 1-800-365-5764, firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or photos.
PACKARD, 1931, 833 convertible coupe. Gray over black with wine leather, wheels and trim. Body off restoration. $105,000. Tom Berger, 402-873-3596, email@example.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 $148,500. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454.
PACKARD, 1933. The first of three 1933 Packard Super Eight convertible sedans. #663-13. Dietrich built body. History known back to July 1974 and an interesting rumor before that time. Factory equipped with a working automatic clutch, the only division window I’ve ever seen in a convertible sedan, radio and heater. It also has Twelve bumpers, Pilot Ray lights and high-speed gears. $185,000. Financing available and may consider a trade. danshan1@sbc global.net, or 209-531-3095. P.S. we would appreciate any information on this car’s history prior to 1974 when it was owned by O.P. Adams in Abington, CT. The original color was dark green.
PACKARD, 1934, Eight Club Sedan. Fully restored 2012. Dark maroon, $55,000. Frame-on restoration. Office: 714-547-7059 leave message. Mobile: 714-296-5553. firstname.lastname@example.org.
PACKARD, 1934, Twelve, Sport Phaeton. Black. First place CCCA Primary, Summer 2009. CCCA Senior Award, January 2010. Premier badge, CCCA June. Best of Show Santa Ana 2010. A re-bodied vehicle. $199,000. Office: 714-547-7059; mobile: 714-296-5553; email@example.com.
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, 1939, V-12 1708 Series Convertible Sedan. Solid original car that has been carefully restored maintaining originality. No expense spared 100% mechanical restoration. It is in excellent running and driving condition. Ready to tour. Photos at www.rollingart.com. Phone 610-360-3057.
PEUGEOT, 1937, 402 Cabriolet by Pourtout. Paris Auto Salon car. Silver/black/grey leather. Stunning flowing lines with fully disappearing top, vestigial fins and chrome accents. Freshly restored to top show standards and shown sparingly. CCCA 100 points. IL. www.SignificantCars.com. 800-837-9902.
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 $185,000. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454.
ROLLS-ROYCE, 1934, Phantom II Brewster Huntington Limousine. Black, largely original car with known history in good running condition. Asking 79,500. IN. www.significantcars.com. 800-837-9902.
ROLLS-ROYCE, 1934, Phantom II Newmarket Convertible Sedan. Amazing original example with known history and provenance. Only known example with slanted windshield. Asking $195,000. www.SignificantCars.com. 800-837-9902.
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).
WILLS ST. CLAIRE, 1921, Dual-Windshield Touring. Pebble Beach trophy winner 1980. Oldest known, overhead cam V-8. $135,000 OBO. Others and parts available. Tom Lieb, Redondo Beach, California, cell: 310-489-8047. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLASSIC CARS WANTED
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 email@example.com, www.edsoldiron.net.