The 1926 Whippet model 96 rumble seat roadster, in 1926 was the first year for Whippet, and this being an early production car is one of the first Whippets built. It is also believed that this is the only known running example for the model. The vehicle features wood-spoke wheels, L-head inline four cylinders, 30 hp, four-wheel mechanical drum brakes, and 3-speed manual transmission.
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This 1950 Jeepster has been completely restored and well documented with over $40,000 in receipts. Completely rebuilt engine and drive train. All new top and interior, high end paint and show quality chrome. All new tires, wiring, glass and rubber. the previous owner spared no expense on this rare classic Jeepster.
At this price this is an excellent investment quality Jeepster to own and enjoy. All original equipment with 3 speed on the column and overdrive.I have restored over 200 Jeepsters at my shop in Florida. I did not restore this one but the previous owner did an excellent job. Call me for more info or a test drive. Jeepster Jim 904-692-4626
This 1948 Chrysler Windsor limousine was cosmetically and mechanically restored and repainted in its reportedly original color under previous ownership in 1987. It draws power from a 250.6ci inline-six and sends it to the road through a semi-automatic transmission. Features include chrome bumpers, vent windows, a heater, and three-row seating. New rear springs and whitewall radial tires were recently installed. Finished in Regal Maroon over a maroon cloth interior, this C-38-series Chrysler is available now and comes with a clear North Carolina title.
This Chrysler limousine rides on a set of steel wheels with bright trim rings and Chrysler-branded hub caps and new whitewall tires. The cabin is furnished with three rows of maroon cloth seating that includes a fold-up second-row seat, tan broadcloth door panels, brown carpeting, and ribbed metallic trim. Features include vent windows, a column-mounted shifter, a radio, an analog clock, and a heater. The radio works but receives only one station and the heater works as well.
Instrumentation consists of a 110-mph speedometer and gauges for the coolant temperature, amps, oil pressure, and fuel level. The five-digit analog odometer shows 86,869 miles, which is probably an accurate figure. Power from the 250.6ci inline-six is delivered to the road through a hydraulically operated semi-automatic transmission and the rear wheels.
The rear springs were recently replaced. The transmission works fine – it is a large heavy car with the six cylinder engine so it is not a fast car. It will cruise all day long at 55 to 60. The engine does not smoke. The brakes are fine, no issues evident. The radiator and fuel systems work well – no problems that I am aware of The car is driven To Church on occasion, to local antique car events on occasion or short drives in the country on occasion. I don’t think it has been in the rain or on a wet street in 30 or 40 years.
In 1931, the LaSalle was offered in 12 distinct body styles, of which five were produced by the prestigious Fleetwood coach builder, the same in-house shop that bodied the V-16 Cadillacs. Among the rarest variations was the Fleetwood Seven-Passenger Touring, style number 4657.
The final year of the Ford Model T, is this 1927 Ford Model T convertible truck. But what truly makes this truck special is the original wood salesman box in the rear of the truck for McNess Product. The original wood sale box retains it’s original paint and lettering. A true piece of advertising history. The truck is finished in a two-tone black and yellow paint, powered by in an inline 4 cylinder and paired with a planetary transmission, folding convertible top, wood steering wheel, and brass headlamp rings.
Here is a rare 1936 Pierce-Arrow 5 passenger model 1602 sedan. This Classic Car Club of America Full Classic is powered by a 462 cubic inch 185 horse power L-head V-12 engine and paired with a three-speed manual transmission with overdrive. The car has a 139″ wheelbase, solid front and semi-floating rear axles with semi-elliptic leaf springs, to-speed rear axle, sided mounted spare tire, and four wheel vacuum assisted mechanical drum brakes.
This is one of only 787 total 1936 Pierce-Arrows V-12s produced with very few remaining especially as a 5 passenger sedan. Car is in running condition
Incredibly fun and wonderfully eccentric! Striking Morris Minor Traveler in beautiful condition. This is a right-hand drive copy. This example was restored in the past and has been used for driving in favorable conditions ever since. The body of this Morris is in neat condition! Time-defining simplicity in the interior with beautiful authentic details. Technically well cared for and nice to drive. More than 200,000 copies of the Traveler version have been built. In total, more than 1.5 million Morris Minors were built between 1948 and 1971. Between 1950 and 1953, more than 10,000 Morris Minors were assembled in the Netherlands by the Molenaar company in Amersfoort. Powered by an inline 4 cylinder and manual transmission.
Here is a rare Austin with there believed to be less then 100 in existence and only a few known here in the United States. The 1953 Austin A40 Somerset convertible sports an older restoration. The car is powered by a 1200cc four-cylinder engine and four speed transmission. Very attractive two tone paint with a matching black top.
– Documented comprehensive restoration
– Hand restored mohair interior
– Original instrumentation
– Original engine overhauled at 2,608 miles
– Four owners since new
– ACD Certified original, ID A-279 Category 1
– Winner of multiple awards and trophies
This stunning 1933 Auburn 8-101 Four-Door Touring Sedan—Serial No. 4326A and Body No. C-5021069—was comprehensively restored by Robert R. Gibson. Certified original by the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Club in 1994, it was purchased used by Robert’s father in Covington, Kentucky, in 1936 for $275, a sales receipt for which is included with the car. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase and own a truly beautiful, comprehensively restored to original condition Auburn with impeccable provenance.
Shown around the Midwest, the vehicle has won nearly every show in which it has been entered and carries ACD Club ID No. A-279 original category 1. The trophies from its show days will be included with purchase, as well as full documentation including pictures and receipts of the frame-off restoration which took place from 1991 to 1994.
The original motor (Engine No. GU 76881) was overhauled in the early 1990s at 2,608 original miles in Fremont, Ohio. The chrome work was completed at Custom Chrome Plating in Grafton, Ohio. The gauges were completely recalibrated in Canada. Nearly all parts were salvageable and are original to the car. The car now has 4,432 original miles. The detailed and documented care with which this car was restored is absolutely amazing. Picture documentation of the restoration (accompanied by receipts) includes the original state of the car after years of storage, sandblasting of each metal piece in a driveway, cutting the brown mohair interior with scissors using the original as a pattern, reassembly and finally, starting of the car. The car is truly a treasured timepiece that will complement even the most prestigious and fastidious owner.
This car has been through a frame-off rotisserie restoration. Only driven 200 miles since. It has the original flat-head six engine with a 3-on-the-tree manual transmission. The engine was rebuilt during the restoration. It starts easily and runs cool and smooth. It is nice & tidy under the hood. It has a base coat/clear coat, with 4 coats of clear that have been cut and buffed to show quality. It has 5 new Firestone WWW tires, 6.00 x 16. The glass is nice, with no cracks or chips, or separation. The windows roll up & down nicely. It has new running boards and nice stainless trim. It has an excellent grill and freshly re-plated bumpers. It has a new wiring harness throughout. All lights and gauges work. The speedo changes colors with the speed of the car, which is a very cool feature. It has a nice Fulton visor along with a nice wood grain dash. Has an excellent shape original steering wheel! It has dual trumpet horns. The interior is all redone in period-correct fabric. A very unique feature of this car is the fold-away back seat. (see pics) It has a new exhaust system front to back. It has been all repainted underneath the car. Frame is painted and in excellent shape. This car starts easily and runs great up & down the road with no rattles or shakes – nice and tight. The brake system is all new parts, including lines, and they stop the car very well. This car is priced at less than half of the restoration cost.
This Jeepster underwent a frame-off restoration by the previous owner and added the following:
This 1948 Willys overland Jeepster was built by Jeepster Jim as his personal Jeepster For cross country Jeepster trips. No expense was spared on this one-of-a-kind Jeepster resto-mod. It is equipped with a Factory corvette ZZ4 engine making 355 HP and an automatic transmission. It has Fitech fuel injection and all high-end engine components. The car has been driven 8056 miles. It has Four-wheel disc brakes, Adjustable coil-over shocks, a power rack, pinion steering, Cold AC, Cruise Control, a High-End Sound System, a Leather Interior, a High-grade canvas top, and Lexan side curtains. The racing chassis and rear end were custom-built for this car for grand Prix handling. The current replacement cost to build this car would be over $150K.
The cash price is $99,500. Trades considered.
This 1968 Kenworth Was refurbished to its original specs in 1985 and has been cared for in a museum since then. The Engine is a Cummings NCT 335 Diesel, Fuller 15-speed manual transmission, Rockwell 4.33 Ratio rear end. This was the 5th Kenworth produced With Air Ride. The truck runs and drives and has new batteries. A very nice Classic truck.
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.
SBC 383 Stocker roller engine with auto trans all new. We are getting close to painting this one, so you can still pick the colors. Our workload is such that it will be several months before this one is done. This will be a beautiful truck. We are planning on Red Pearl paint, but that may change.
This full frame-off, every nut and bolt, restoration will be all new or rebuilt. It will have a high-end canvas top and high-grade interior. You can decide the colors of the paint and interior. The L-161 Lightning Engine is completely rebuilt. We are booked up with clients’ restorations for the rest of the year, so this will be the last one of mine that we can do for you before 2024.