1991 Bentley Eight
1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL
1992 Mercedes- Benz SL500
1989 Mercedes- Benz 560SL
1984 Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet
This wonderful driving Volkswagen is a ball to drive. It’s quick, has great power and is very nimble. Put the top down ever-so-easily and let the open sky shine down on you.
This car was owned by a Vermont school teacher who never drove it in the winter. As a result there is no rust on the car anywhere. It is a very dependable everyday driver, has low mileage (44k) and is very economical. If you’re looking for a low cost low maintenance automobile, this is it.
1950 Chevrolet Deluxe Sedan
1948 Alvis TA14 "Tickford"
1939 Austin 7 "Big Seven"
1968 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
1932 Morris Major Coupé
1953 Riley RME
1962 Rover P5
1929 Ford Model A Town Sedan
1936 Ford Model 68
2001 International Bucket Truck
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1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine
1951 AlvisTC21/DHC Tickford $56,000
Extraordinary convertible in mint condition.
1987 Mercedes-Benz 300 SDL $12,000
1936 Morris Ten-4 $19,000
1946 Ford Super Deluxe Coupe
A well-restored, quality vehicle, this Model 89A Ford is a wonderful example of a Post-War American automobile. At the time of restoration, dual carburetors were installed on the engine, making this Ford extremely fun to drive. In the interior, the quality, period-correct upholstery is comfortable and highly presentable.
This beautiful Super Deluxe motor car is a ground up restoration done by a classical restorer who spared no cost to make it correct. It has a powerful factory short block V-8 engine, dual 97 carburetors, Edelbrock heads, stainless dual headers and exhaust, hydraulic brakes, steering, three speed on the tree. Paint, coachwork, and upholstery are immaculate. The car needs nothing. It is a car that will only appreciate in value over the years to come. Please contact me for additional pictures
1924 Model T Ford Coupe $13,500
1953 Red MGTD, Total restoration $18,000
1991 Mercedes 300SL
I purchased this car in southern Indiana where the previous owner had taken very good care of it as a “summer only car”. I flew out to Fort Wayne and drove it back over 1200 miles. It drove beautifully, not one problem and as it was in August, I drove most of the way with the top down! What a ball!
Once I had the car home, I have had the following work done to it: replaced the hydraulic cylinders to the top, replaced top relay, replaced EHA valve, added 44k fuel system cleaner, replaced fuel filter, replaced voltage regulator, changed engine oil and OEM Filter, replaced fuel pump (old one had a slight leak), replaced center tie rod assembly and did a complete wheel alignment, replaced air filter, discharged and evacuated a/c system and recharged with proper charge of refrigerant and refrigerant oil. This beauty is now completely gone through and any possible fault has been taken care of and repaired. You can now drive it with full confidence of an every day dependable driver.