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1955 Aristocraft Torpedo
AristoCraft started manufacturing boats in 1946 with five employees at a downtown Atlanta location. At that time, they were making open fishing-type boats, but other models soon followed in 1947. First, a 12' 2-Seat runabout called the Typhoon was introduced, followed by a 13' 4-seat Torpedo with a barrel stern. In the late 1940's, a few racing boats were produced, some of which were hydroplanes and a bullet-nosed boat called the racing...read more


1929 Austin Ulster


1939 Austin 8 Tourer
This was the first year for the Austin 8, replacing the hugely successful but antiquated A7. When England entered WW2 in 1939, civilian production ceased with A8's manufactured for military use only (see cartoon). These cars had extremely hard use and very few survived. When civilian production of the A8 resumed after the war, only closed sedans were offered, making the open tourer an extremely rare automobile. It is estimated that only appro...read more


1955 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1
To say that Donald Healey got it right when he created his "Hundred" prototype roadster would be a very large understatement. Powered by the big 4-cylinder engine from the Austin A90 Atlantic sedan and covered in a low slung aerodynamic body designed by Gerry Coker it rested upon a chassis conceived from Healey's own finely honed and well developed skills.
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-----Aside from their very contemporary styling, the 4-cylinder Austin-Healeys are known for...read more


1960 Austin Healey Sprite
The post WWII popularity of British sports cars spawned a wide variety of models available to the enthusiast. Fresh on the heels of success with the Austin Healey 100 series, Donald Healey turned his attention to another project. This car was to be a smaller, less powerful sports car, still possessing all the handling characteristics and responsiveness so in demand, but much more affordable. One that a young man, short on cash and storage spac...read more


1959 Austin Healey Sprite


1967 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8


1954 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1
This early "Big Healey" has been fully restored to a very high standard and has been fitted with a BN2 transmission providing 4 forward speeds instead of the 3 speed BN1 trans originally installed.
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-----Please refer to the listing for my 1955 AH 100-4 for more information about Donald Healey and the beginning of his wonderful line of iconic sports cars....read more


1998 BMW Z3


1962 BSA MAC 350


1910 Buick Model F
While still in it's fledgling years, Buick had established a reputation of building high quality, durable, and well appointed automobiles. The Model F was introduced in 1907 and enjoyed immense popularity, becoming a best seller for Buick throughout it's 4 year production run. Power is generated by an agile two cylinder gasoline engine mounted transversely under the front seat, and connected to a two speed planetary transmission. The rear wheel...read more


1910 Buick Model 10 Toy Tonneau
With a 4 cylinder front mounted engine, the Model 10, while smaller and lighter than the Model F, represented a more modern design for Buick and enjoyed great sales success. While still employing a planetary transmission, the Model 10 delivered power to the rear wheels with a drive shaft rather than the earlier and more trouble prone chain drive.
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-----This particular car, purchased by the former owner's father in 1962, won a National 1st place awa...read more


1911 Cadillac 30
This beautiful brass touring car comes to my garage from the famous William Harrah Collection via a Canadian owner who subsequently toured in a number of British Columbian events in the 1990's. The restoration was done by Harrah's shop most likely in the 1960's, and has been wonderfully preserved, both mechanically and cosmetically, over the years. I purchased the car in the summer of 2008 for touring in the USA....read more


1940 Chevrolet Half-Ton Pick Up Truck
Restored in 2001....read more


1975 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Convertible


1953 Citroen Tracion Avant D11 B


1936 Cord 810 Pheaton
The 1936 Cord 810 was introduced at the New York Auto Show in November 1935 generating immediate and overwhelming demand. This stunning design, created by Gordon Buerig, incorporated many innovative features including the industry's first retractable headlights. The separate pontoon fenders and Coffin-Nosed hood combine with the low cut windshield and graceful lines to form an unforgettable image pre-dating the chopped custom hot rods of the 5...read more


1973 Datsun 240Z


1928 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
Very nice older restoration. Original color scheme inside and out. Runs beautifully. A very solid dependable driver....read more


1922 Essex Tourer


1963 Ferrari 250 GTE
Ferrari introduced the 250 GTE in 1960 to an extremely enthusiastic market resulting in the most successful production run of any Ferrari model to that date. Based upon the 250GT which appeared in 1954, the 250GTE, produced from 1960 to 1963, incorperated engineering elements of the 250GT as well as a number of improvements developed along the way such as disc brakes and more refined suspension. Perhaps the most obvious difference was the addit...read more


1972 Ferrari 365 GTC-4 serial 15641
Ferrari Introduced the 365 GTC/4 in March 1971 replacing it's predecessor, the 365 GTC. This new Gran Turismo featured a Pininfarina designed steel body, a luxurious interior, and long low curves evocing a strong sense of style and speed.
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-----Powered by a 340 bhp, 268 cu in V12 engine with 4 overhead cams and 6 Weber side-draft carbs (thus allowing the low profile), the 365 GTC/4 employs a 5 speed transmission and self leveling rear suspension. ...read more


1938 Ford Midget Racer V8-60
Built by renowned midget builder Ken Hickey....read more


1906 Ford N Runabout


1924 Ford T Pick Up
Wooden bodies were often fitted to Model "T" chassis to accommodate a variety of commercial uses. This lovely pick up truck features a roof over the bed for added protection. Many owners chose to upgrade their "Tin Lizzie" with various aftermarket mechanical devices. This example sports folding jump seats in the rear bed, supplemental coil springs at the front axle, a distributer for a better spark, and a water pump for more effective cooling. Th...read more


1914 Ford T Roadster Special


1929 Ford A Sport Coupe


1930 Ford Model A Roadster
By 1928, after 19 years of production with only minor mechanical improvements, the venerable Model T Ford was lagging well behind the competition. After ceasing all auto production for nearly a year, Ford addressed the problem with the introduction of the all new, extremely stylish, dependable yet affordable Model A Ford. Handsome and up to date, it was an overnight sensation. Showrooms were swamped with eager customers and Ford, once again, b...read more


1910 Ford T Roadster
This Model T is outfitted with custom bodywork emulating the early pre "T" style turtleback rear deck. It incorporates a number of period appropriate mechanical upgrades including a 2 speed rear axle (Ruxtel) and Rocky Mountain brakes which applied service brakes to drums on the rear wheels. Standard Ford "T" service brakes were applied only to the drive shaft, weak at best. If a rear axle shaft snapped, you were free wheeling and OUT OF CONTR...read more


1975 Great Lakes Baby Bi-Plane


1950 Harley Davidson


1914 Hupmobile Model32


1910 Hupmobile 20 Runabout
The Hupmobile Model 20 is a two-seater runabout powered by a 2.8 litre four cylinder engine with high tension magneto and a two-speed sliding gear transmission. It was shown at the Detroit Auto Show in February 1909 and was sold as a competitor to the Model T Ford. Designed by Hupp and E. A. Nelson, it sold well and between March and December 1909 a total of 1618 cars had been delivered.
-----After working at the Oldsmobile, Ford and Regal factories,...read more


1947 Indian Chief


1956 Jaguar XK140MC OTS


1968 Jaguar E Type Roadster
The E Type series 1 1/2 is a transitional model incorperating the interior and many mechanical elements of the soon to be introduced Series II, but retaining the spectacular external body design of the original Series I. Propelled by the 4.2 liter version of the famous XK 6 cylinder engine, this car represents a wonderful balance of classic British sports motoring with modern performance and handling, all wrapped within the skin of what many con...read more


1953 Jaguar XK120 SE Fixed Head Coupe
The first manifestation of the famous XK Jaguars, this model introduced the XK engine and stunned the automotive world with it's beautiful styling and a top speed of 120 MPH.
----- Extremely popular in England, where its weather protection is a valued attribute, the XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe is a timeless design. The curved shape of its roof is purposefully reflected in today’s Jaguars. Luxuriously appointed, the XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe feat...read more


1954 Kaiser Darrin 161 Roadster
Henry J. Kaiser was a great industrialist and organizer who made a fortune in cement and aluminum then revolutionized ship construction during WWII with the Victory and Liberty ship programs that supported the massive transfer of supplies to Great Britain, Europe and the Pacific. Following the war, Kaiser turned his talents and his organization to automobile construction both to utilize the industrial empire he had established and to fill the pen...read more


2000 Kawasaki W650 Motorcycle


1960 Lancia Appia Vignale Convertible


1946 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet
This handsome automobile has recently received an extensive cosmetic restoration including new paint, chome, carpets, leather interior, top and top mechanism hydraulics....read more


1962 Lincoln Continental Convertible
1962 was the second year of the new, brilliantly styled Continental, replacing the chrome laden excess of the previous model with exquisite uncluttered simplicity and bold, dramatic styling. The convertible revived the 4 door configuration of the classic convertible sedans of the '30s.
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-----Although this configuration is often referred to as "suicide doors" (rear doors hinged at the back), there is no evidence that anyone has ever leapt from the ...read more


1967 Lotus Elan S3 Coupe


1909 Maxwell


1952 Mercedes Benz 170D OPT
This is a 4 cylinder diesel touring car, very Spartan in design intended primarily for police use. In spite of it's modest calling and even more modest power ( no high speed chases here ), this "Open Police Touring" model is a very tight and well constructed car with build quality you would expect of a Mercedes Benz. Pleasing to the eye and surprisingly fun to drive....read more


1957 Mercedes Benz 190SL
In the early 1950's, Mercedes Benz astounded the world of racing and up scale Grand Touring with the introduction of the incomparable 300SL. Designed for racing, but beautifully adapted for road use, the 300SL garnered track victories while attracting well healed sports car enthusiasts. It soon became evident that there was an eager market for a high quality Mercedes sports car, reminiscent of the 300's luscious styling, but more oriented towar...read more


1989 Mercedes Benz 560 SL


1939 MG TB
The second of the famous "T" series was introduced by MG in 1939. Though generally very similar to the MGTA, it was slightly roomier and more refined with an increased engine capacity. Manufactured in very small volume for only one year, it was replaced after the war by the MGTC, and is threrfore a very rare vehicle. This example is a well looked after older restoration having recently received substantial mechanical refreshing....read more


1953 MG TD
There were virtually no sports cars in the United States in the decades preceding WWII. That all changed dramatically at the conclusion of the war. American soldiers stationed in the UK had discovered what the English had known for years. The MG !! They were tiny, uncomfortable, slow, and often extremely cold and wet, but on an uncrowded winding country road - - - they were just plain FUN to drive.
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-----MG TC's were first to arrive with returnin...read more


1955 MG TF
New Brakes....read more


1960 MG MGA Coupe


1957 MG A Roadster


1965 MG B Roadster


1972 MG B GT


1959 Morris Minor 1000
We bought this great little car in the early '90s and kept it in a friend's garage in England to use as transportation while working there as well as touring with friends in the UK and France. It came to the USA in the late '90s and has provided years of fun summer driving. It is very dependable, always draws lots of smiles and waves, and is a lot of fun to drive....read more


1902 Oldsmobile R "Curved Dash"


1929 Packard 633 Touring
This elegant, large, 5 passenger touring car hails from the classic era when Packard was counted as one of the worlds finest automobiles. With a wheelbase of 133" it is powered by a massive straight eight cylinder engine easily maintaining highway speeds and keeping up with modern traffic. Solid, comfortable and dependable, this burgundy beauty is a delight to drive and can travel long distances with minimum fatigue to both driver and passengers....read more


1911 Packard 18 Touring


1931 Plymouth PA Sports Roadster


1967 Pontiac Firebird
This car is a well preserved example of a first year Firebird from Pontiac. It is powered by a 326 ci. V8 that was only available in 1967, and introduced the public to a new American "sports" car destined to remain an automotive icon for many decades to come....read more


1934 Riley Lynx
New clutch....read more


1980 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II


1930 Rolls Royce Phantom 2 Windover Limo


1915 Saxon Speedster
1915 Saxon Speedster
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-----Saxon Motor Car Company, Detroit (later, Ypsilanti), Michigan
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----- The Saxon appeared in the winter of 1913 as a small two-seater roadster with a 1.4 liter 4-cylinder, and a 2-speed rear-axle gearbox, soon replaced by a 3-speed unit. Electric lights were available at extra cost. At $395.00 these wire-wheeled cars caught the public fancy and although they looked more like cyclecars than conventional small automobiles, sales...read more


1962 Studebaker Gran Tourismo Hawk


1961 Triumph TR 3A


1970 Triumph Bonneville


1967 Triumph TR4


1938 Velocette 350 MAC
Having achieved a high degree of success in the field of motorcycle racing in the 1920's and 30's, the British based Velocette company also produced a variety of very sporty street bikes enjoying healthy sales throughout the first half of the century.
----- This example is a very attractive, highly detailed restoration of a 1938 MAC 350cc....read more


1947 Willys Jeep



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