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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The interior is furnished with reupholstered ivory and black vinyl low-back bucket front seats and a white vinyl rear bench. The dash and front flooring materials are black, while the headliner has been redone in gloss woodgrain. The rear compartment, accessed via a sliding door at the passenger side, is equipped with wood cabinetry, a retracting table, a sink, curtains, and fold-out side windows. The far rear cargo area contains a padded cushion on the load floor, pillows, and a spare tire with a gray vinyl cover.
This 1963 Dodge 3/4 ton M37 B-1 4X4 runs and drives and is in very nice condition. It has the original 3.8 L inline six-cylinder engine and all the military extras. Priced to sell and trades considered.
Titled as 1965. Only 4000 miles since new. Professionally maintained by its 2 previous owners. Stroked 427 SB engine with a Tremec TKO-II close-ratio 5 speed. 3.73 rear end. New Avon CR6ZZ tires (less than 100 Miles), Wilwood Brakes, Soft Top, Side windows, Tonneau Cover, Front Bra, and Car cover. If you’re looking for a Cobra, do your homework. You can buy a home-built kit car for a lot less money. Superformance is a factory built in South Africa and licensed by Carroll Shelby.
This Low Miles (32,425 ) 1987 Corvette C4 has the complete Stalker Mods and Paxton Super Charger and Nitrous Oxide when desired. Cold AC, Polished OEM wheels, and absolutely Beautiful High-End paint. The previous owner spent over $50K on this low miles Corvette. Everything works perfectly, and this car needs nothing but a new proud owner. Ready to go and show anywhere. Trades Considered.
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, 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 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 1955 Willys 4-73 Pickup has just received a complete ground-up restoration.
The Engine is a brand new Chevy 250 Crate motor and a rebuilt 350 automatic trans and has only been driven 71 miles for testing. This truck is currently a two-wheel drive, but I have everything that was removed to go back to a four-wheel drive with the manual transmission that will come with the truck. It has new tires, Battery, wiring, gauges, GPS speedo, and all new interior and paint. This Willys is ready to go and show.
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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.
‘Drophead’ is a 1950s term British car manufacturers once used to describe a car with a well-made convertible top and fixed windows (instead of ‘roadsters’ that had side curtains and effortless tops). Jaguar’s dropheads had existing roll-up windows, whereas Morgan’s are sliding glass panes in chrome frames that can be removed and stowed in the car, as they are in our pictures. The sophisticated top that Morgan provided on the dropheads had three different positions available to drive in. The top could be up, or just the front portion could be opened like the picture. Plus, the rear window is zippered so that it can be opened. Or, the entire top could be folded down. The window frames attach to the top of the doors when weather protection is needed. This body style was Morgan’s most expensive when new and is not often found today.
This car was delivered in the San Francisco Bay Area when new, even though it was right-hand drive. I lived an easy life in NorCal until coming to Colorado several years ago. Some Morgans had English Ford engines, but the vastly more popular choice was the same engine as the Triumph TR-3, which this car has. In addition to more power, it makes sourcing parts far simpler. The machine has recently been fully serviced, and recent work included rebuilding the carburetors. Given its low mileage and the benign climates where it’s lived, the body & frame are in excellent condition. The car has always been Red/Black and was recently repainted in its original color, and a new leather interior & top were professionally installed.
Owned by a significant all-British classic car collection, this Morgan has been well maintained and just had its service updated with recent tires, a new battery, fuel pump, and wheel alignment. It is a delightful sports car to enjoy, with its right-hand drive that forces you to acclimate to shifting with your left hand! The vehicle comes with its original tools a file of past services and will impress any knowledgeable Morgan enthusiast.
Unrestored and all original, This car is as it came from the factory in 1925 and with only 9539 miles on it. The wood in the body is like new and still has its black paint on it inside the door jams, even the floors wood looks nice. (No door sage at all, and the doors shut nicely) The body is perfect, showing no damage at all, and it retains most of its original paint that still looks good. The interior is also all original but shows its age. (Please look at all pitchers closely) The engine Runs great. The tires are older but good. The car was in inside storage for about 30 years. The car has had a recent complete service and runs and drives great.
This car is all original and does not need restoration. They are only original once, but the new owner can do what he wants. I would keep it original. You will look forever to find a 1925 Willys this nice with very low miles and never molested.
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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.
Full frame-off every nut and bolt restoration Everything new or rebuilt. The high-end canvas top and LEATHER interior will be pretty red with a black beltline. L-161 Lightning Engine. We are booked with clients’ restorations for the rest of the year, so this will be the last one of mine we can do before 2023.