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BENTLEY, 1939, 4-1/4-Litre All-Weather Tourer by Thrupp & Maberly #B137LE, Black with blue gray leather. Complete with books, tools and history file. This car has been completely restored and is ready for club events, concours d’Elegance or the open road. Charles Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

CADILLAC, 1931, 355A 259 V-8 Sedan. Judged 100 points by the CCCA in 2013, Senior badge No. 3088. Also judged 100 points by the CLC in 2012, Senior badge No. 781. Car is 100 percent authentic and correct. Excellent running and driving Full Classic®. $85,000. Ted Dorman, Clearwater, FL, 727-871-5546, e-mail: tdorman1955@gmail.com.

CADILLAC, 1932, 355B 2-door Convertible. V-8, 4,000 miles since body-off restoration, 1st in class Pebble Beach 1987, AACA National First, CCCA Premier, Cadillac GN Senior wreath July 2013, Quincy, MA. Due to premature piston failure, engine was rebuilt 1,000 miles ago. Complete report available. Cover car Special Interest Autos December 1988 issue including eight-page article (available on Internet). New tires & tubes 2,000 miles ago. Has auxiliary trunk, working vacuum clutch, transmission lock and correct working heater. Mechanically excellent. $115,000. Contact me via email: jack56c@msn.com for pictures and other information. Fred Jackson, 781-631-4298 before 9 p.m., Marblehead, Massachusetts
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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 info@retromobile.ca.

CADILLAC, 1940, Series 62 Convertible Coupe. 200 built, 12 surviving. Harbor gray, black Haartz top, blue and cream two-tone leather interior. Rebuilt engine. Premier CCCA; 1st place Cadillac National. Asking $94,000. Call Dave Johnson, 330-831-8698.

CADILLAC, 1940, 75 Convertible Sedan. Very rare, one of only 45 ever produced. Gorgeous vehicle showing a wonderful, original restoration. Very presentable and an excellent show-worthy example featuring a division glass window. $-inquire. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com.

CADILLAC, 1941, Series 62 Super Deluxe Coupe. Dark maroon with original mohair interior. 51,000 miles. Factory options: Radio, heater, fog lights, backup light, fender skirts, full wheel covers & 3-speed manual transmission. Asking price of $55,000. Jack Bowser, 847-438-3930 evenings. Email me and I will email pictures back to you. jbowz@aol.com.


CADILLAC, 1947, Series 75 Fleetwood 7-Passenger Sedan. Finished in stunning dark green color combination. This hard-to-find Cadillac is ready for the road and would make an excellent addition or start to any collection. One of only 890 produced. $-inquire. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com.

CHRYSLER, 1948, Town & Country Convertible. Very nice older restoration, excellent paint, chrome and interior. Finish on wood is extremely nice and top is in excellent condition. Starts, runs and stops well. Have new wheel trim rings. $62,000. Dave Linehan, DJL135e54@yahoo.com, 917-796-5211, Pennsylvania.

LASALLE, 1929, Sport Phaeton. CCCA first place and Senior, Cadillac-LaSalle Club Senior. Pebble Beach class trophy. Totally authentic, numbers matching to build sheet original car. Stunning restoration of a wonderfully preserved car. None better. Details www.vaultcars.com, contact Steve Snyder, 714-401-1047, $147,500.

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, 1936, Model K Seven-Passenger Touring. Magnificent and rare 1936 Lincoln 7-passenger touring car! Previous Classic Car Club of America® National first place winner! Gorgeous aluminum-bodied car with retracting rear windscreen! $-inquire. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com
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LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1947 Club Coupe. Restored, maroon finish. New tan leather interior. Professionally rebuilt V-12 with overdrive. Wide whitewalls. In excellent running and driving condition. $39,900. 954-650-8768.

PACKARD, 1940, 1803 160 Convertible Coupe. #137902361, 45,000 original miles. This unmolested, meticulously maintained Full Classic® is mainly original with mechanical updates. Cuban tan, dual side mounts, deluxe heater, deluxe radio, high-speed rear end, trunk rack with extra trunk swing away brackets, wheel spats, trim rings, mechanically superb, best original in the world. Has maximum preservation award potential. Complete history and extra photos available. $169,500. Contact Neal at aceafla@dslextreme.com or 510-234-1940.

PIERCE-ARROW, 1936. Well-preserved Model 1603 V-12 turn-key Limousine on 147-inch wheelbase. Interior and chassis untouched except thorough engine rebuild and repaint of body in 1992. This elegant auto won second in class, 1993 at the Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meet and third at the Newport, RI Concours d’Elegance in 2011. 29,000 miles since new. Luxurious driver with 70% overdrive (original), CARavan ready, cruises at 70. Originally purchased by the Shaeffer family of Seattle, WA department store fame. One of the most expensive Pierces built in 1936. No finer Pierce available, offered at $82,000. Bob Dluhy, 401-683-2145, RI, bobdluhy@cox.net.

 


ROLLS-ROYCE, 1925 Silver Ghost Pall Mall Tourer, chassic #S88LK. Ivory with black trim and saddle interior. Same owner since the 1960s. Beautiful restoration. Multiple award winner. Extensive historical file with restoration records, correspondence and awards. Exceptional condition. Ready for vintage motoring. Charles S. Crail, 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1932, 20/25 Saloon. Coachwork by Thrupp & Maberly. Original condition, needs paint. Good wood. Body is solid, upholstery has been done, runs very well, priced to sell at $35,000. Very complete, drives very well and is still an impressive car. Call 863-635-9008 or email ohararestorations@yahoo.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1933, 20/25 Drophead Coupe with disappearing top by Carlton. Chassis #GGA29. Black over French gray with red leather interior. Polished discs. Good history. Extremely elegant coachwork. Charles Crail Automobiles 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1934 Phantom II Continental three-position Sedanca Coupe, coachbuilt by H.J. Mulliner. Complete ownership history from new. This exceptionally maintained Phantom II has received a recent cosmetic refurbishment including an exterior refinish, polished wood veneer, new carpeting, and a new folding top. In superb mechanical condition, this car will certainly provide both a wonderful local concours entry and an immensely satisfying touring experience. Charles S. Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

STEARNS KNIGHT, 1929, Straight-8 Rumble Seat Coupe. Custom aluminum body, rebuilt engine with nine main bearings, runs excellent. Complete off-frame restoration, new radiator core, five Buffalo wire wheels, many extra parts. Orange and Bronson yellow with brown fenders. Rare Full Classic®, one of three. $110,000. Harry 518-696-2102, New York.

STUTZ, 1926, Seven-passenger Speedster. Eight-cylinder OHC, hydraulic brakes. Fold-down windshield, 145” wheelbase, original Protex wire-embedded safety glass, aluminum body, suicide doors, Meyers self-lubricating, Fedco anti-theft, vacuum pop-out turn signals. 28,690 miles total. $160,000. Barney, 248-762-0350, 48215 West Road, Wixom, Michigan 48393.

PACKARD, 1940, 1803 160 Convertible Coupe. #137902361, 45,000 original miles. This unmolested, meticulously maintained Full Classic® is mainly original with mechanical updates. Cuban tan, dual side mounts, deluxe heater, deluxe radio, high-speed rear end, trunk rack with extra trunk swing away brackets, wheel spats, trim rings, mechanically superb, best original in the world. Has maximum preservation award potential. Complete history and extra photos available. $169,500. Contact Neal at aceafla@dslextreme.com or 510-234-1940.


PIERCE-ARROW, 1936. Well-preserved Model 1603 V-12 turn-key Limousine on 147-inch wheelbase. Interior and chassis untouched except thorough engine rebuild and repaint of body in 1992. This elegant auto won second in class, 1993 at the Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meet and third at the Newport, RI Concours d’Elegance in 2011. 29,000 miles since new. Luxurious driver with 70% overdrive (original), CARavan ready, cruises at 70. Originally purchased by the Shaeffer family of Seattle, WA department store fame. One of the most expensive Pierces built in 1936. No finer Pierce available, offered at $82,000. Bob Dluhy, 401-683-2145, RI, bobdluhy@cox.net.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1925 Silver Ghost Pall Mall Tourer, chassic #S88LK. Ivory with black trim and saddle interior. Same owner since the 1960s. Beautiful restoration. Multiple award winner. Extensive historical file with restoration records, correspondence and awards. Exceptional condition. Ready for vintage motoring. Charles S. Crail, 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1932, 20/25 Saloon. Coachwork by Thrupp & Maberly. Original condition, needs paint. Good wood. Body is solid, upholstery has been done, runs very well, priced to sell at $35,000. Very complete, drives very well and is still an impressive car. Call 863-635-9008 or email ohararestorations@yahoo.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1933, 20/25 Drophead Coupe with disappearing top by Carlton. Chassis #GGA29. Black over French gray with red leather interior. Polished discs. Good history. Extremely elegant coachwork. Charles Crail Automobiles 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1934 Phantom II Continental three-position Sedanca Coupe, coachbuilt by H.J. Mulliner. Complete ownership history from new. This exceptionally maintained Phantom II has received a recent cosmetic refurbishment including an exterior refinish, polished wood veneer, new carpeting, and a new folding top. In superb mechanical condition, this car will certainly provide both a wonderful local concours entry and an immensely satisfying touring experience. Charles S. Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934, www.charlescrail.com.

STEARNS KNIGHT, 1929, Straight-8 Rumble Seat Coupe. Custom aluminum body, rebuilt engine with nine main bearings, runs excellent. Complete off-frame restoration, new radiator core, five Buffalo wire wheels, many extra parts. Orange and Bronson yellow with brown fenders. Rare Full Classic®, one of three. $110,000. Harry 518-696-2102, New York.

STUTZ, 1926, Seven-passenger Speedster. Eight-cylinder OHC, hydraulic brakes. Fold-down windshield, 145” wheelbase, original Protex wire-embedded safety glass, aluminum body, suicide doors, Meyers self-lubricating, Fedco anti-theft, vacuum pop-out turn signals. 28,690 miles total. $160,000. Barney, 248-762-0350, 48215 West Road, Wixom, Michigan 48393.

 

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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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