COLLECTOR CARS FOR SALE

1948 Chrysler New Yorker Spitfire

8-cylinder Town & Country Convertible

1948 Chrysler New Yorker Spitfire 8-cylinder Town & Country Convertible
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Stunning looks - Restored in 2009 to its present beauty. Driven 893 miles since. 

The Wood is perfect. Working push-button radio, power gas cap and a gorgeous interior with tan fabric seating areas and leather bolsters.

Black convertible top, car cover included. Fluid drive works properly. If you want a top-of-the-line Chrysler Woody, this is the best year.

Only 3309 of these of these luxury automobiles were built in 1948, when they cost $3420.00, weighed in at 4332 pounds, and rode on a 127.5" wheelbase.

Car is finished in a luster yellow.  They are recognized as a true classic by the Classic Car Club of America.

 

As stated in many auto publications, no nice collection of antique and classic cars is complete without one of these woodies

 $139,000 CDN, $110,000 USD

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1959 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible

California car with 70095 actual miles. Full power equipment. Original paint, original convertible roof. Interior panels and dash are original. Seats were redone because of leather cracking. They were professionally done by RM in Chatham, Ontario at a cost of $17,000. Absolutely beautiful and done to original style and appearance. Radial whitewalls. Everything works including foot control radio, power antenna, etc. Under the hood is clean and original.

 

This is the most perfect driving Cadillac you could ever wish for. People stand and stare with their mouth open when they see not only the condition, but that wonderful set of fins. The first question always is: "How long is it?" (Answer: 18' 9")  

 

You can buy this car and drive it home to anywhere in North America, it works that perfectly!

$195,000 CDN, $155,000 USD 

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

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Restored to original California car!  Driven only 3267 miles since.  Refinished to its original striking color combination which is quite rare. Harvest Gold and India Ivory which always came with a subtle green interior. All codes match the original data plate. This '55 Chevy looks and drives so nice it's hard to believe its over 67 years old. 

265 V8 V8 engine and powerglide automatic transmission, power steering and brakes plus power windows and seat. Always resided in western high desert and the  last 35 years is San Diego. No rust repair, underneath you can still see the original red oxide paint on the factory floor pans as in the photos. The owner would not drive in the rain. It's been so well taken care of it only needed a body on restoration. 

At the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America VCCA awards this car judged 987/1000 points. It also has taken first place awards at many other California car shows.  Car has its original 1955 California license plates and dealer frames! Also has other rare original accessories including: chrome bumper over riders and guards, Chrome grill guard, gravel shields, gas guard, door handle shields, door edge guards and rocker moldings, Chevrolet chrome exhaust deflector, Wonder Bar radio, proper original antenna, working clock, day/night inside mirror, deluxe gas pedal carpet protector, back up lamps, trunk light, dual side mirrors, full wheel covers, 5 Firestone Deluxe Champion 6.70x15 wide whitewalls, convertible top boot, tissue dispenser, electric wipers, windshield washer with glass reservoir and  

 factory date coded EZ Eye tinted glass.
The restoration details show throughout, proper air cleaner, original owners manual and convertible top operating manual,  The body’s original panels and door and window alignment is perfect. Also included are floor mats and matching seat belts. Original jack is in the trunk.
This beautiful 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible is one of the best, if not the best original one known to exist. And it drives like a dream!


$130,000.00 CDN $105,000.00 USD 

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1980 Buick Riviera Luxury Sport Coupe

Sixth Generation model. Sold new by our dealership. Only 63943KM. Not winter driven. 41404 of the '80 Rivera models were built new. 

Perfect original paint. Every option in the book. Comes with copy of original bill of sale, build sheet and glove box literature. Lots of service documentation. The factory glass sliding sunroof in 1980 was a $1244.00 option. 5.7L 4 barrel V8. 160HP. Color is white with deep burgundy leather seats. Interior is so immaculate you will think no one has ever sat in the car. As the previous owner owned a TV and radio business, he upgraded the radio to a factory-looking Pioneer system with cassette deck.

Car Sold!

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1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible

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Rare sweepspear side trim available on the convertible only after June of 1949.

This is our baby and it's not for sale. We have owned this car for 27 years. It has the 320 cu. In, 150 h.p. straight 8 engine with luxurious smooth Dynaflow transmission. It weighs 4370lbs and rides on a 126" wheelbase. There were only 8244 built, and the cost new was $3150.00. It's finished in Sequoia Cream with a rich red leather interior and a black Haartz cloth top.

The popularity and value of this model, in this color, soared with the movie Rain Man. I have seen people at Buick shows walking around with a placard around their neck saying they wanted to buy a '49 Roadmaster convertible -- they are that popular.

Its actual documented mileage as of April 2021 is just 42325 miles. 

My wife said she would leave me if I ever sold this car, and since she has been my bride for 61 years, I had better hang on to this car!

1952 Packard Patrician 400 Sedan

1318 ACTUAL MILES DRIVEN SINCE NEW!

Bought new by Meyer E. Ponteprino of Anaheim California in Dec of 1951. Purchased from Les Thompson's Packard dealership in Fullerton California. We have the thank-you letter from Earle C. Anthony Inc. of Los Angeles, who was the Packard distributor for all of California, thanking Mr. Ponteprino for his purchase.

This top of the line Packard is equipped with an Ultramatic transmission and features a 327 cu.in. 155HP straight eight engine. Also standard was Packard's EASAMATIC POWER BRAKES. 

Total production of this model was 3795 units. Packard claimed in its ads that this was the "most luxurious car in the world."

 

One day Mr. Ponteprino left church on a Sunday morning to discover someone had broken the new power antenna off of his car. He was so horrified that any person would do that to his beloved new Packard, especially while at church, that he drove it home and put it up on blocks. The antenna was replaced, and he started cleaning the car regularly, but there it sat in his garage -- and when he passed away in 1997, his family still kept the car.

Amazingly, the Packard still has its original General Whiteway tires with the spare still new in the trunk. The jack is still in its box in the trunk as well.

The car's interior is absolutely like new. The chrome and stainless have held up well and the grille still has its coat of a gold-tinted spray-on called "defense chrome" - as chrome plating was limited in 1952 because of the Korean war. The all original black paint still has a great deep shine. The engine compartment has its expected surface patina which judges in a Preservation Class show appreciate. The car has its original issued California plates still on it. 

The original brochure he got when looking at the car, owners guide, radio manual, and many more original pieces go with this car.

A car enthusiast purchased the car in 2016 from the family, and in 2021 he sold all his cars. When I heard of this one-of-a-kind Packard, I immediately purchased it.

The car starts easily. The transmission was smooth as silk when I drove it around the block from 1317 miles to its present 1318. The tires smoothed out some in that short run as well.

While it could easily be put back into use and driven, I fell it should go to someone as a rare piece of Packard History. There simply is no other Packard with this amazing history and mileage.

$60,000.00 CDN $48,000.00 USD 

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1994 Pontiac Trans Am GT Sport Coupe

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25th Anniversary of the TA! Sold new by our dealership. Not winter driven. Just 128,078KM. Original bill of sale and paperwork. Comes with the original window sticker. T-Tops, all power equipment. Upgrade​ interior and seats. Positraction. Immaculate original.

Dark green metallic with grey leather interior. 5.7L V8, 170hp with 6 speed manual transmission. Air conditioning, compact disc AM/FM radio. New beautiful set of rims and tires, but we have the originals also. You can have your choice of either set. This car looks like it just came off the showroom floor.

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1954 Buick Roadmaster Hardtop

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Mileage- only 85487 miles. Power steering,  windows, seat and antenna. 322 cu. In, 200 hp V8 with Dynaflow. 127" wheelbase.

Original headliner, door panels and carpet. The seats are all new with original fabrics and trim from SMS. Trunk has been properly reupholstered. Recently repainted in original colors and looks magnificent. Solid undercarriage and perfect glass. Car comes with a cover. It has five brand-new Coker proper width whitewall radial tires. 20404 of this model were built. It drives down the road beautifully. Get ready to win awards!

$38,900 CDN  $31,900 USD 

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1941 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible Sedan

What a magnificent car. You will not find a more perfect restored automobile.

Only 400 of this model were made, and it is the last four door convertible manufactured by Cadillac. It also qualifies as a true Classic  car by the Classic Car Club of America, and one of the most desired of all Classic cars because of its style and drivability.

Powerful 346 V8 hi compression engine developing 150HP and coupled with a 3 speed standard transmission. 

The chrome on this car is outstanding, especially the grille and the side hood louvers. Gorgeous woodgrain dash.

This car is finished in deep rich Madeira Maroon with tan leather interior and beige Haartz cloth top. The rear seating area has footrests, courtesy lights, robe rail and a fold down center armrest. Talk about comfort!

Fully detailed truck and engine compartment, and has its glovebox literature.

This car has been shown at several prestigious car events and has won many senior awards. 

Don't settle for anything but the best!

$165,000.00 CDN / $135,000.00 USD 

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1941 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible Coupe

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Just look at these pictures- have you ever seen a more stunning looking 41 Cadillac convertible?

Equipped with a hydramatic automatic transmission and 346 V8 engine. Included with the car is a copy of its built sheet which shows it was a black car with tan top, and red leather interior just the way it is shown today.

These cars featured a very large domed hood with a distinctive large grille and side hood louvers. These pieces are perfect on this car, perhaps due to its California background. Fully detailed trunk and engine compartment. Working radio and clock, power antenna, and power top. Also includes glovebox paperwork.

This car qualifies as a true Classic car by the Classic Car Club of America, and is its most owned and sought after make and year.

The restoration is still remarkable. The black paint gleams. The deep red interior is so luxurious, and the woodgrained dash is striking. 

The car is ready to drive and show at the most prestigious of events. Total production: 3100.

 

$140,000.00 CDN $112,000.00 USD 

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1949 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

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1949 Cadillac Coupe de Ville. First year of GM's pillarless 2-door hardtop model and the first year for the all new 331 cu.in. California car. 160hp overhead valve V8. Because of a later-in-year introduction, just 2150 of these cars were built. It was named Motor Trend car of the year. It had a 126" wheelbase and came with power windows, seat and antenna. It sold new for $3497.00. It is finished in Triumph Blue with a horizon blue roof. The interior is pale plain broadcloth with grey leather trim and bolsters. Just stunning! It is immaculate inside and out and drives like the champ it is. This car is a national senior first prize winner! And guess what! the power antenna, the radio, the clock and the speedometer all work!

$105,000 CDN, $83,500 USD 

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1948 DeSoto Custom Sedan

Mileage: 71,652.​

Equipped with its flathead 6 cylinder engine which develops 112 hp, fluid drive semi-automatic transmission, push button radio, clock, fog lamps, wheel trim rings, signal lights, and added seat belts for safety while driving.

It is finished in a gorgeous deep Royal Maroon and has a grey and dark red tutone cloth interior which is immaculate. The large plastic steering wheel has no cracks in it. It is very clean under the hood. The detailed trunk has a leather valise full of any parts that might be required on a long tour. The very hard-to-find original owners manual is in the glove box. This is a comfortable 6 passenger car that starts at a touch of its button and runs smooth and quiet. One of DeSoto cars main appearance items in this period was the rainfall grille. It and all the rest of the chrome and stainless is perfect.

Car has a slight mar in the rt. rr. fender, not very noticeable. The rest of the finish is amazing.

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