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Over 25 new arrivals are in and posted below. Vehicles are listed by model year - oldest first.

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1927 Stutz Vertical  8 Brougham1927 Stutz Vertical 8 Brougham

A show quality restoration

Absolutely stunning!

The Stutz Motor Company built cars in Indianapolis Indiana from 1911 until 1935 - founded by Harry C. Stutz. Stutz cars were known to offer excellent performance, superior engineering, durability and safety. In 1927 a Stutz set a world record for speed averaging 68 mph for 24 hours. They saw success in racing including a second place finish at the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1928 - finishing behind a 4.5 liter Bentley. Stutz is credited with the development of the "under-slung chassis" allowing for a low center of gravity and much improved cornering capability. They also feature safety glass and a hill holding transmission called a "Noback". It's estimated that 35,000 Stutz cars were produced from 1911 to 1935.

This model, the Vertical Eight Brougham, was designed after the company was under new ownership and under the new direction of Fredrick Moskowics (formerly of Daimler-Benz & Franklin) who the new owners brought in. Moskowics emphasis was on luxury and safety. The chassis design allowed for a low stance which is immediately apparent when the Stutz is parked next to other classics of the era. The five passenger Brougham as offered here sold new for $3,195 which was about $60 less then the comparable Cadillac. The beautiful mascot sitting atop the radiator is the head of the Egyptian Sun God - Ra.

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$75,000



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1928 Chevrolet Woody Wagon1928 Chevrolet Woody Wagon

Previously part of the Musclecar City museum collection. Four cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission, beautiful wood, spoke wire wheels and single side mount spare. Just in. Please call for details.

$29,500



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1929 Ford Model A Roadster1929 Ford Model A Roadster

Show quality restoration!

A stunning restoration has been completed on this top quality Model A rumble seat roadster. No detail has been overlooked. The all steel body is arrow straight with beautiful paint. The steel fenders have a mirror finish. Look underneath and you'll see polished floors that are as nice as the top side of the car. Even the engine block received a smooth flawless finish and is the finest we've seen. Old Henry would be impressed!

This Model A is powered by a four cylinder engine and equipped with a three speed manual transmission, dual side mount spares, etched wind wings, exterior mirrors, grille stone guard, two-tone paint, pinstripes, wide whitewalls, stainless beauty rings, stainless side mount spare tire covers, ahooga horn, rear trunk rack and flying Quail mascot. Absolutely one of the best!

$35,000



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1931 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe1931 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe

5 WINDOW INDEPENDENCE RUMBLE SEAT COUPE

Restored to original condition. Powered by an inline 194 cubic inch six cylinder engine, nicknamed the "stove bolt six", teamed to a three speed manual transmission. Equipped with dual side mount spares, spoke wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, two-tone paint, accent stripes, grille stone guard, cowl lights, trunk rack, rear window curtain and an Eagle mascot. Both the front windshield and rear window are retractable allowing for a pleasant breeze while cruising and easy conversation with the rumble seat occupants. This is an excellent driving '31 Chevrolet!

Odometer indicates 72,000 miles and title states "actual miles".

$26,900



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1931 Chevrolet Independence Sedan1931 Chevrolet Independence Sedan

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Restored

Six cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission, mohair interior, spoke wheels, wide whitewall tires and rear mounted spare. Excellent condition.

$21,900



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1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet

Former AACA National Winner

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$39,900



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1931 Ford Model A Phaeton1931 Ford Model A Phaeton

Rare 4 door Phaeton

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$35,000



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1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 2 door1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 2 door

Ron Rathburn restoration

1939 Chevrolet's saw a slight redesign including a longer hood which gave the car a lower longer look. All were powered by a 216 cubic inch inline six cylinder engine with overhead valves which produced 85 horsepower. The Master Deluxe had a lower rear gear ratio (4.22:1) then the standard model (3.23:1) and it was said to be the fastest accelerating American car in 1939. This Master Deluxe was restored in 1996 by the late Ron Rathburn who also restored President Woodrow Wilson's award winning 1919 Pierce Arrow which is on display at the Wilson museum in Staunton VA.

This Chevrolet is equipped with optional vacuum shift three speed manual transmission, standard hydraulic brakes, rear view mirror, side view mirror, cigar lighter, heater, pinstriped steel wheels and clock. The spare with jack is stored in the trunk and turn signals have been added for safety. The black exterior is in pristine condition with beautiful paint, clear glass and excellent chrome & trim. The interior is upholstered in correct mohair. The dash, instruments, trim and steering wheel are excellent as well. Engine bay and trunk are nicely detailed. Overall this is an outstanding '39 Chevrolet. Show quality and drives excellent!

$21,500



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1940 Ford Deluxe Opera Coupe1940 Ford Deluxe Opera Coupe

SOLD

Dearborn Award

AACA Grand National Winner - 2001

AACA National Winner - 2000

An absolutely stunning 1940 Ford! Previously in the Jackie Jones Ford Collection. Multiple award winner. Judged the best! One of the finest in existence!

$75,000



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1940 Ford Deluxe Opera Coupe1940 Ford Deluxe Opera Coupe

Flathead V8

All steel body & fenders

Restored to original condition

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$39,900



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1941 Buick Coupe1941 Buick Coupe

Straight Eight

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$29,900



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1941 Nash Ambassador 6001941 Nash Ambassador 600

SOLD

Capable of 600 miles on a tank of gas

"Slipstream styling"

Unibody construction

The Ambassador nameplate represented the top of the line offering from Nash for decades. The aerodynamic design was referred to as "slipsteam styling" - sleek and smooth for the day with no protruding lights, running boards or door hinges. With a 20 gallon fuel tank and a six cylinder engine capable of delivering 30 mpg, the car provides a 600 mile cruising range, hence the name Ambassador "600". The 1941 Nash is also recognized as the first mass produced American car to utilize unibody construction.

This is a beautiful example with excellent paint, body and chrome. Clear clean glass and excellent trim. The interior is upholstered in correct light brown cloth and features a beautiful dash with clean clear gauges and a mint steering wheel. Both the engine and trunk are nicely detailed as well. The 176 cubic inch inline six cylinder engine produces 82 horsepower and is teamed to a 3 speed manual transmission. This Nash Runs and drives excellent!

$22,900



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1952 Cadillac Limousine1952 Cadillac Limousine

1 of 1,400 Built

California car

Cadillac celebrated their 50th year in 1952 and to mark the occasion the "V" shaped emblems on the hood and deck lid were cast in gold - a feature that would continue in following years. All models were powered by a 331 cubic inch V8 engine with a 4 barrel Carter carburetor and dual exhaust - this made it the most powerful American built car in 1952. Only 2,200 Fleetwood "75" models were built, this includes 1,400 sedans (non divider window) and 800 Imperial sedans (divider window) - very few remain.

This is an exceptional example that comes from California and shows just 94,000 miles on the odometer which is believed to be original but the title states exempt because of age. This rare limousine runs and drives excellent and it's equipped with most options including power steering, automatic transmission, power windows, autronic eye, signal seeking AM radio, outside mirror, E-Z-Eye glass, full wheel covers, whitewall tires and windshield washer. The body is arrow straight with very nice black paint and the interior is upholstered in light gray fabric.

$39,900



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1952 Oldsmobile 981952 Oldsmobile 98

Rocket V8

Automatic transmission

Power steering

In 1952 Oldsmobiles 303 ci overhead valve V8 saw a power increase - now rated at 160 horsepower, up from 135 hp the year prior. Oldsmobile also saw record sales in 1952 and won three NASCAR events including the Southern 500 in Darlington! The "98" series was the top-of-the-line model. This is a beautifully restored high option example with automatic transmission, power steering, reverse lights, super deluxe 8 tube signal seeking radio, compass, windshield washer, heater with defrost, visor mirror, light group, new wide whitewall tires and ultra rare self winding steering wheel mounted "car watch."

$26,900



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1953 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible1953 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

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$35,000



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1954 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup1954 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

Frame-off restoration

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$29,900



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1955 Ford Pickup1955 Ford Pickup

239 cubic inch V8 engine

3 speed manual transmission

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$26,500



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1955 Chevrolet 210 Station Wagon1955 Chevrolet 210 Station Wagon

51,000 Miles

Owned by two family's since new!

265 cubic inch V8

Purchased new by a farmer in Kansas. Sold to the second owner in 1997 and brought to Florida. Recently transferred to the second owners daughter. Odometer indicates 51,000 miles which is stated as correct by the previous owner although the title states "exempt" because of the vehicles age. Powered by the optional 265 cubic inch V8 (the first year for this engine) and equipped with an automatic transmission. Painted in its original light blue color with a white roof. The interior is two-tone blue & white and features new carpet, new upholstery on the front seat with original door panels and rear seat upholstery. Very clean inside and out. Drives great!

$25,000



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1956 Chrysler New Yorker1956 Chrysler New Yorker

354 cubic inch Hemi V8

Push button automatic

Power sterring & power brakes

Very nice restoration that started with a clean original car. Gorgeous interior. Very sharp throughout! Just in. Please call for details.

$21,900



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