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Classic Cars for Sale

1926 Packard 221 Five passenger Sedan

$39,500.00

  • Chassis no. 900040
  • Motor No. 90154A

  • 288ci L-Head Inline 6-Cylinder Engine

  • Single Packard Updraft Carburetor

  • 60bhp at 3200rpm

  • 3-Speed Manual Selective Gear Transmission

  • Beam Front Axle, Live Rear Axle

  • 4-Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes

  • A handsome, driver-quality Third-Series Packard sedan

  • A CCCA Full Classic™ 

  • Beautiful interior

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1928 Ford Model A Speedster

$24,500.00

This 1928 Model A Speedster is a very high end concours build that you will be proud to own, show and drive. No expense was spared in this build.

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1930 Model A Speedster

$24,500.00

This 1930 Model A Speedster is a very high end concours build that you will be proud to own, show and drive. No expense was spared in this build.

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16' Electra Craft Electric Boat

$19,950.00

This fresh water Electric boat was only used on a lake in Wisconsin during summer months. I brought it to Florida and installed all new batteries, new motor and new controls from Electra Craft, a new Bimini top and new bottom paint. All the wiring is factory new and it has a automatic bilge pump and built in battery charger with power cord.The interior is like new as well as everything else, including the trailer. Go to the Electra Craft Website to learn more about these boats. It comes with a Wisconsin registration and bill of sale. Wisconsin is a non title state for electric boats.

 

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1950 Willys Overland Jeepster Professional Restoration

$59,950.00

This Jeepster, the 268th restored by Jeepster Jim of Florida, underwent a Concours-quality frame-off restoration where no expense was spared.

The interior, canvas top, top boot, and side curtains are all new, while the gauges have been meticulously restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped down to bare metal and undercoated. The body received three coats of primer followed by two coats of Dupont base coat, and finally, three coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat, each expertly cut and buffed between applications.

 

The frame has been fully undercoated.

The F-134 engine underwent meticulous blueprinting and balancing, and the original 3-speed transmission, equipped with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Every detail was attended to during the restoration, right down to each nut and bolt. It boasts new Coker tires, hub caps, beauty rings, wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and an entirely new exhaust system.

 

The vehicle runs superbly, with all chrome components gleaming in show-quality condition. The steering wheel, glass, and rubber elements are all new, while the wiring is entirely new and color-coded to factory specifications.

This Jeepster is priced well below the current restoration cost for such quality. The current wait time to have a Jeepster restored by Jeepster Jim is nearly 2 years. With over 272 Jeepsters restored for clients and museums worldwide, our expertise and dedication to excellence speak for themselves.

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1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud

$69,500.00

VIN#:LSNH126

Its styling is one of the most recognizable in the world and one of their most successful cars as the owner felt comfortable driving himself. Very elegant two-toned silver and black with light grey interiors. Of the 2,238 cars built between 1955 and 1959, this particular car is the 18th from the last production Silver Cloud built,  and may be the last of the LHD (left hand drivers) built. It was sold new to its first owner at Beverly Hills Rolls-Royce, who kept it for forty years into the late 1990s. The second owner had it for twenty-two years. Both kept it in well-maintained shape to enjoy. 4.9L, 6 cylinder engine with 155hp.

 

Transmission is GM’s Hydra-Matic 4-sp automatic. This car is also enjoyed with a factory Rolls-Royce air conditioning, power steering, power windows, and power brakes. Chassis No. LSNH126 The magnificent interior is in exceptional shape, including the stunning burled walnut dash and trim. its driving presence is still wonderful to be enjoyed. A ribboned participant at the 2022 Rolls-Royce and Bentley National meet.  

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1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

$59,500.00

DESCRIPTION

This was the 220th Jeepster restored, by Jeepster Jim of Florida, and no expense was spared on this Concours quality frame-off restoration. The interior and top is new, , as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and undercoated. The body has 3 coats of primer, then 2 coats of Dupont base coat, and 3 coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. The frame is all undercoated. The L-134 engine was blueprinted and balanced, and the original 3 speed, with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt. It has new Coker tires, new hub caps, beauty rings, and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and all-new exhaust. It runs great. All the chrome is show quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass and rubber. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs.

This Jeepster is priced well below the current restoration cost for this quality or restoration. The current wait time to have a Jeepster restored by Jeepster Jim is almost 2 years. We have restored over 250 Jeepsters for clients and museums around the world. 

This car is perfect and ready to win shows.

VIN: 72321

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1966 Chevrolet Impala True SS

$79,950.00

Revitalize your love for classic cars with this stunning 1966 Chevrolet Impala True SS.

Meticulously restored with a frame-off nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, this car is rust-free and practically brand new. Restored less than 6 months ago, it has been given the royal treatment to ensure an exceptional driving experience.

Equipped with a new gauge cluster and an ice-cold A/C system, this beauty will keep you comfortable even on the hottest of days. The Turbo 400 transmission and rebuilt era-correct 396ci V8 engine work in perfect harmony, delivering the same level of performance as when it first rolled off the assembly line.

This Impala not only looks incredible but also drives like a dream. With its flawless restoration, it runs, drives, and stops just as it did when it was brand new. This turn-key classic requires absolutely nothing and is ready to be driven anywhere. Whether you’re heading to a car show or cruising along the open road, this Impala guarantees an unforgettable experience.

Step inside and be greeted by an all-new, correct interior that perfectly complements the high-end paint job. Every detail has been meticulously attended to, leaving you with a car that exudes power and elegance.

If you’re searching for a classic car that demands attention wherever it goes, look no further. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and experience the thrill of owning this automotive masterpiece.

VIN 168376C142713 

Owner Statement:

1966 Impala SS Marina Blue with Black Interior
Automatic 396/375 hp

Block 3916323 2 Bolt
Line bored and balanced, new pistons, roller timing chain and gears, Melling camshaft 22216, lifters, frost plugs, Melling oil pump, harmonic balancer, and all new bearings
Heads 3917215
New stainless-steel valves and hardened valve seats, 7/16″ guide plates and push rods
Engine Exhaust Manifolds 3892307 LH 3884504 RH
Cast Iron Intake Manifold with Rochester Carburetor 4 bbl.
TH400 Automatic Transmission (rebuilt)
New flex plate and torque converter
Driveshaft with new u-joints
12 Bolt Rear-end, 3.31 gears.
All new seals, axle bearings, rear control arm bushings, axle studs, brake drums, wheel cylinders, brake springs, emergency brake cables, rear coil springs, AC Delco shocks
Front Suspension
New tie rods, idler arm and drag link, sway bar bushings, control arm bushings, AC Delco shocks, coil springs, tubular A-arms, 11″-disc brakes (slotted and grooved rotors), and all new bearings,
8″ power brake booster with double master cylinder and proportioning valve, vacuum cannister, rebuilt steering box, rebuilt power steering pump and new lines.
Lines, Fuel, and Exhaust
New stainless-steel brake, fuel and transmission lines, stainless emergency brake cables, brake and fuel line clips, stainless steel 20-gallon gas tank, vent tube, 3/8″ sending unit, galvanized exhaust pipes and walker mufflers, NOS exhaust hangars.
Tires and Rims
15 x 7 GM rally rims, media blasted, and powder coated (5)
GM center caps, new trim rings, Cooper Cobra Radial 225/70R
Electrical
New wiring (American Autowire), switches include ignition, headlight, wiper, dimmer, brake light, horn relay, voltage regulator, turn signal, safety neutral, AC Delco horns, alternator, water pump, distributor, clutch and fan, fuel pump, starter, coil, headlight bulbs, courtesy lights, dome lights, rebuilt 2 speed wiper motor with washers, used trunk light.
Interior/Dash
Dakota Digital Dash
Vintage Air
AM/FM restored radio with fader switch, and new speakers.
New PUI seat covers, door panels, headliner, sail panels, visors, rear package tray, rear seat board, weatherstrip, ACC carpet, trunk mat, dash pad, rear seat speaker grille, bucket seat foam, sill plates, visor brackets, mirror bracket, day/night mirror, armrest bases, pads, door handles, window cranks, restored console with new inserts, shift indicator, lens and shift handle, rebuilt steering column, headliner trim restored and anodized to factory finish, used front deluxe seat belts (retractable), original bumper jack stand, stem, load rest, J-hook, and handle (lug wrench) restored.
Exterior/Glass
Original aluminum trim restored, anodized back to factory finish and black repainted. NOS wheel opening moldings
Original stainless trim restored to a mirror finish.
Original hood split, rechromed taillight bezels
Rechromed front/rear bumpers and bumper guards
New emblems, door handles, locks, mirrors, lens, rocker moldings, rear antenna
New custom grey tinted glass with shade band on windshield
New 4-core copper radiator with new hoses and clamps

Frame-off, nut and bolt restoration
Frame media blasted and painted with PPG hotrod black, new body mounts and bolts.
Body and all sheet metal media blasted finished with PPG epoxy primer, sealer, basecoat/clearcoat, high solid clear.
Underside of car painted with black rock guard.

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1941 Lincoln Continental V12 - Fully Restored!

$49,500.00

This gorgeous maroon 1941 Lincoln Continental V12 comes out of long term ownership where it has been completely restored a couple of years ago. The restoration was done very nice and professionally and if you look at the pictures you will see that in every corner. The owner spent quite some time to bring her to this level and he used the car on special occasions and local drives to shows. Frame and body are in fantastic condition and the leather interior looks gorgeous as well.
The V12 fires right up, runs absolutely smooth and it is a pleasure shifting through the gears. A beautiful example for your collection or taking the kids out to a car show!

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1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

$49,500.00

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration
RARE 6 CYLINDER ONLY 654 PRODUCED IN 1949

This Willys Jeepster was Frame off  restored to Concours Condition for the owner in 2015 by Jeepster Jim in Florida . It has been garage kept and only driven 3800 Miles to shows since restored. This Jeepster has won over 25 Awards at events in Texas and other states,Including Many  Best of Show , And First place awards.This Jeepster is priced well below the current restoration cost for this quality or restoration. The current wait time to have a Jeepster restored by Jeepster Jim is almost 2 years. We have restored over 200 Jeepsters for clients and museums around the world. This car is as perfect as it was when restored.

One Family owned for the last 60 years and even has the rare Original Radio.

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Willys Overland Jeepster Trailer

$8,500.00

Jeepster With Trailer

This trailer is perfect for hauling behind YOUR Jeepster. This listing is for the trailer only. If you want a Jeepster, check my other listings. I took it on several cross-country trips to carry all the extra stuff for the trip. If you want it painted to match your Jeepster, I can do that for $1250. This trailer indeed shows quality. All Steel, show quality triple chrome. Coker wide white walls. Hartz canvas cover. Tongue jack. Undercoated and carpeted. You can not build one of this quality at this price.

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1973 Jaguar XKE Roadster

  • E-Type Series 3 V-12 Roadster
  • Powered by its numbers-matching 5.3 liter V-12 engine backed by a four-speed manual transmissio
  • Convertible top and interior replaced at a cost of more then $13,000
  • Finished in black with a black leather interior and black canvas convertible soft top
  • Presented with Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate and invoices totaling nearly $30,000
  • Clear Title *Title in Transit* With the launch of the Series 3 version in 1971, Jaguar shifted the E-Type’s character from sports car to grand tourer.

The short-wheel-base coupe was discontinued, while the roadster gained the longer wheelbase of the remaining “2+2” coupe, which provided occupants with increased space and a more refined driving experience. Under the bonnet was Jaguar’s newly developed 5.3-liter V-12 engine rated at 272 horsepower and capable of propelling the Series 3 E-Type to 60 mph in under seven seconds. Styling updates were considerable, with an enlarged, slatted front grille, flared wheel arches, wider tires, and a four-tip exhaust. A V-12 badge on the boot lid proudly touted the big cat’s impressive engine. Per a copy of the accompanying Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, this E-Type rolled off the production line on 20 October 1972 finished in white over a dark blue leather interior and equipped with a four-speed manual transmission.

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Dispatched for the United States on 22 December 1972, it found its first owner via British Leyland’s New York distributorship. Today, the E-Type is finished in stunning triple black. Chromed fixtures throughout the body elegantly contrast with the black exterior, interior, and canvas convertible top. In 2016, significant work was carried out by Aventura Auto Service of Southampton, New York. Aventura began by mending corrosion around the battery box and stripping the floors before treating and repainting them. A radiator cooling fan was found to be faulty and replaced, as was the rear transmission mount. More than $16,000 was then spent on improving various aspects of the car, including repairing the charging system, setting the ignition timing, and balancing the carburetors. The interior received more than $13,000 of work, to include retrimming the seats, door panels, and center console in black leather, while the floor was clad in a Wilton Wool carpet set. With numbers-matching engine and stunning presentation, a discerning collector would be hard pressed to source a more impressive Series 3 E-Type.

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1949 Willy's Overland Jeep Woody Station Wagon

  • Odometer reads 56,244 Miles
  • 3-Speed Manual Shift
  • 2speed transfer case
  • 4-Wheel Drive -Four-Cylinder Flat Head Engine
  • Features Wood and Tan Leather Interior
  • Spare Wheel
  • Everything works as it should
  • Complete frame off restoration with new everything. No bondo, drive it home. No known issues.
  • This is a very well restored station wagon and is ready to enjoy!

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1936 Ford Convertible

  • 2,320 Miles Shown on replacement dash
  • Flathead V8 with Edelbrock Heads
  • Dual Carburetors
  • 5 Speed Manual Transmission
  • Convertible 

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1959 Chevrolet Apache Pickup frame-off Restored Resto-Mod

Fresh SBC 350  Mild street cam. Engine with auto trans, all rebuilt.

 

We selected 2013 Cadillac “Caught Red-Handed Metallic” paint. This stunner will be ready for your garage before April 1st and that’s no joke!! Solid Oak bed with carpet and tonneau cover, high grade interior, new Mickey Thomson tires, and a lot more.

 

This will be a beautiful truck!