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2001 BENTLEY ARNAGE 4 DOOR SEDAN  


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TRANS - AUTO
CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 6.8 LITER
HORSEPOWER - 400
 

 
From the collection of former Heavy Weight Champion Riddick Bowe. Only 2,900 miles. Flawless in every way.
 

1954 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

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CYLINDERS - 6
ENGINE SIZE - 235
HORSEPOWER - 150
 

 
1954 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. Original color penant blue, Doe skin Interior. Frame off Restoration Finished in late 2005. Purchased from previous owner who has owned Corvette for over 20 years. Original Blue Flame Engine, 9556 miles, believed to be actual miles.
 

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FERRARI MONDIAL CABRIOLET

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COLOR - GREY
TRANS - 5 SPEED
CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 3.2 LITER
HORSEPOWER - 262
VIN - ZFFUC15A1E0050575
 

 
This car purchased from famed hair stylist "Paul J. Least," with documented 50,726 original miles. Paul purchased this car new and has owned it its whole life. Original books and owners manual go with this car, with most maintenance done by Ferrari. Receipt for recent tune-up and clutch cylinder completed March of 2006 accompanies this car. Almost all original, with the exception of a new top and minor seat repair. Car equiped with AM/FM cassette, factory air conditioning, bucket seats, disc brakes, duel exhaust, 5 speed transmission, power brakes, and power windows. Its a four passenger Ferrari! Please feel free to have it inspected, it sells with documented statement from "Paul Least," that he was the original owner and sells with correct 50,726 original miles.
 

1953 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE

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CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 331
HORSEPOWER - 210
VIN - 536287602
 

 
This beautiful 1953 Cadillac Eldorado is number 500 of 532 built. A very rare model, restored from the ground up. Every nut and bolt and every body seam is right on. An uncompromised restoration. All matching numbers.
 

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1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/425 CONVERTIBLE

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TRANS - 4 SPEED
CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 427
HORSEPOWER - 425
VIN - 194676S103338
 

 
Following the introduction of the "Sting Ray" in 1963 Corvette engineers knew they had basically hit the mark in terms of creating a high performance, yet usable sports car. Their goal over the next several years would be focused on redesigning their product rather than constant reinvention. In the late 60's in main street America, the big block Corvette was the "King of the Road". Brutally fast, with nimble handling and good brakes, they earned the title "America's Sports Car". If you wanted the fastest street Corvette you checked the option for one of the thundering 427cid V8. The big block roadster offered here has recently received a nut & bolt body off restoration by a former top NCRS judge that restored the vehicle with original intent and expectations to keep the car. Finished in the rare "Triple Black" color combination and powered by one of the most intimidating big blocks ever built respecfully earned this car the nickname the "Black Rat". Convenience options complimenting this roadster include Auxillary hardtop, AM/FM radio, power antenna, power steering, 4-wheel S/S disc brakes, M-22 4 speed, 3.36 positraction rear-end, teakwood wheel, side mount exhaust and air conditioning! Documentation included with this vehicle include the original Bill of Sale dated Dec. 20, 1965 from Chris Person Chevrolet in Memphis,Tn and second owner title and bill of sale from Union Chevrolet in February 69 also in Memphis, TN which has remained in the 2nd owners name until recently!
 

1964 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER

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COLOR - MAROON
TRANS - 4 SPEED
CYLINDERS - 6
ENGINE SIZE - 3.8LTR
HORSEPOWER - 160
VIN - 881097
 

 
Trophy winner at British Car Day on October 5, 2003 in San Diego. Partially restored and has been upgraded with 4.2 fully synchronized transmission to make it a super driver. This E-Type is a beautiful example that can be driven or show anywhere.


 

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1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE  

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CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 312
HORSEPOWER - 245
VIN - D7FH257153
 

 
Red with white top and interior. AACA Junior and Senior National First Place Awards earned in 2004. Stunning recent 2003-4 professional concours fresh frame off restoration with no expense spared to Classic Thunderbird Club International CTCI exacting specifications. Test miles only. This very special T-Bird spent the majority of its life in California according to the previous owner.
 

1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/340 SPLIT WINDOW COUPE

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CYLINDERS - V8
ENGINE SIZE - 327
HORSEPOWER - 340
VIN - 30837S104422
 

 
THE MOST DESIRABLE CORVETTE EVER! RESTORED TO FACTORY STANDARDS. RARE, BEAUTIFUL AND DRIVABLE. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. SERIOUS BIDDERS TAKE NOTICE. MATCHING ENGINE NUMBERS, ONLY 10,594 COUPES PRODUCED IN 63. TOTAL FRAME OF RESTORATION AND ONLY 250 SINCE.



 

 1999 F355 SPIDER F1 FERRARI

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1965 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 BJ8 MK III CONVERTIBLE

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150hp, 2,912cc overhead valve inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive, independent front suspension and rear live axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs and front disc and rear drum brakes. Wheelbase: 92"

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29K-RU-H/2559  Body No. 72579

The final version of the big Healey sixes was the BJ8, introduced in 1963 and built through 1967. Fitted with twin two inch SU HD8 carburetors, the six-cylinder engine produced 150hp (up from the 132-134hp in the prior model BJ7) and 173 foot-pounds of torque.

The Mk III also received a revised exhaust system that would actually clear a low speed bump without leaving pieces behind, finally rectifying a situation that had plagued Austin-Healeys since 1953. Passenger accommodations included the roll up side windows introduced on the BJ7 three years earlier and a more luxuriously trimmed interior with a wood-faced dashboard and center console. Under the hood a previously optional vacuum brake booster for the front disc and rear drum brakes was made standard.

The 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Mk III Convertible presented here is a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust (BMIHT) certified matching numbers car, finished in its stunning yet sophisticated original color combination of ebony and sandalwood. Two-stage urethane was used in two separate paint applications to give these colors extreme depth and luster.

Full photo documentation of the restoration recently finished by Healey Lane of Riverside California accompanies the sale of this car. Additionally, as a tribute to the quality and confidence of Healey Lane, the BJ8 is also being offered with a drivetrain warranty by the restorer.

During the total restoration of the Austin-Healey, all mechanical systems including the entire drivetrain, fuel system, electrical system, stainless steel exhaust system, suspension and brakes were rebuilt or replaced as necessary. The interior was fitted with a refinished walnut dash, rebuilt original gauges, new leather upholstery and carpets. A new windshield was installed as were five chrome wheels with new tires and the car comes complete with a full complement of tools including a new spare tire hammer.


 

1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD "F-BIRD"

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One of Only 205 Examples Fitted with the Supercharged F-Code Engine
300bhp, 312 cu. in. overhead valve V8 engine, Holley four-barrel carburetor, McCulloch Paxton VR57 supercharger, three-speed manual transmission with overdrive, independent wishbone front suspension, live rear axle and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 102"

While the advent of the Thunderbird was Ford’s answer to the Corvette, the two cars were actually quite different. Corvette was designed to be America’s sports car, while the Thunderbird chose to forge a new path as a personal luxury automobile. With more power and a better engineered ride, the Thunderbird appeared more sophisticated.

Thunderbird’s final year for subtle design changes was 1957 and it is believed by many to be the best example of the series. Styling was freshened with an updated front grille and a snappy new rear quarter treatment with sporty looking fins. The rear deck was restyled once again with the spare tire positioned vertically in the trunk to provide ample room for storage – a hindrance found on earlier Thunderbirds. In retrospect, the 1957 Thunderbirds have become the most admired by collector car enthusiasts for their elegant styling and mechanical refinement.

In total 21,380 Thunderbirds were produced in 1957, the most rare and desirable of these are affectionately referred to as F-Birds. In 1957, the Dearborn assembly plant made 205 F-code 312 cubic inch V8 engines fitted with a four-barrel carburetor and a McCulloch/Paxton centrifugal supercharger; a special cylinder head was fitted to these engines to keep the compression ratio at 8.5:1 so that they could drive on regular pump gas. The F-code engine was only available on the Thunderbird as a $340 factory option and could be ordered with either a manual or an automatic transmission.

Today the 1957 F-Bird is by far the most sought after Thunderbird by marque enthusiasts. 1957 marked the last year before the Thunderbird was totally redesigned and made into a sluggish four passenger luxury convertible. The F-code engine elevated the performance of a standard Thunderbird from a reasonably quick cruiser to a dedicated quarter mile contender; it was just the thing to take on unsuspecting Corvettes accustomed to trouncing Thunderbirds at streetlights all over town.

The 1957 F-Bird presented here was fastidiously restored by marque expert Mel Price as his personal concours car. It has been part of a meticulous Texas collection for the past six years and was previously part of the collection of noted philanthropist and car collector Mr. John Moore. Today, it remains in excellent condition throughout. This car is fully documented and retains its original factory invoice. It is a well-known F-code car, with most of its ownership history since new on file with F-Bird historical expert John Shields of Scottsdale, Arizona.

The majority of the F-code cars were white, with black being the second most popular color. Only 16 of the original 205 F-Birds were painted Starmist blue. Additionally the bulk of the cars had automatic transmissions, while this example is equipped with the highly desirable three-speed manual transmission coupled to a factory installed two-speed overdrive unit.
The history, rare color combination and drivetrain make this among the most coveted of factory supercharged Thunderbirds.

 


 

 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1956 Ford F100 Pickup

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Show quality body-off restored, equipped with virtually every available factory option including a four-speed transmission, wide white wall tires, oak bed and chrome grille.

167hp 272 cu. in. V8 engine, four-speed manual transmission, semi floating rear axle with leaf springs and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 110"

Following the war, Ford, like all manufacturers, rushed its pre-war models into production to meet the pent up demand for both replacement vehicles and to fill the huge demand created by an affluent and vastly expanded market.

The new Ford F-1 introduced in 1949 was freshly restyled but still very much a pre-war vehicle under the skin. Consumers would have to wait until 1953 for Ford to introduce the first all new post-war truck. This delay was a result of Ford placing first priority on modernizing its automobile lines. After this was complete, Ford turned its attention to the pickup with a four year, $30,000,000 development program that in 1953 produced an all-new Ford pickup, the F100.

Completely restyled, with a one-piece curved windshield and distinctive wide grille, the F100 set a standard in light duty trucks that the consumer public was quick to recognize and would ultimately result in the F100 nameplate becoming one of the longest-lived in American consumer vehicle history. Its name is recalled today, almost half a century later, in the current Ford pickups, which have grown slightly in size, a lot in features and even more in price to earn the name F150.

The truck offered here is a superbly restored example of the F100’s fourth year, 1956, with a wraparound windshield. Using new old stock Ford parts wherever possible the truck shows a meticulous attention paid to colors, material selection and presentation for authenticity. It has won several national first place awards, earning the recognition of its peers for its quality and appearance. Offered with the workhorse eight-cylinder engine introduced in 1955 and an optional four-speed manual transmission, the F100 bears so many factory accessories that it must have exhausted the options list. These include a factory style radio and a roof-mounted speaker in the cab, two-tone upholstery, a heater, an oak bed, and a rear bumper with a stainless steel exhaust deflector. The abundant brightwork includes stainless windshield molding, hubcaps and wheel trim rings, chrome mirrors, grille and step plates.
 

 

 

1957 Ford Thunderbird "F" Code

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One of Only 205 Examples Fitted with the Supercharged “F”-Code Engine

300bhp, 312 cu. in. overhead valve V8 engine, Holley four-barrel carburetor, McCulloch Paxton VR57 supercharger, automatic transmission, independent wishbone front suspension, live rear axle and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 102"

While the introduction of the Thunderbird was Ford’s answer to the Corvette, the two cars were actually quite different. Corvette was designed to be America’s sports car, while the Thunderbird chose to forge a new path as a personal luxury automobile. With more power and a better engineered ride, the Thunderbird appeared more sophisticated.

Thunderbird’s final year for subtle design changes was 1957 and it is believed by many to be the best example of the series. Styling was freshened with an updated front grille and a snappy new rear quarter treatment with sporty looking fins. The rear deck was restyled once again with the spare tire positioned vertically in the trunk to provide ample room for storage – a hindrance found on earlier Thunderbirds. In retrospect, the 1957 Thunderbirds have become the most admired by collector car enthusiasts for their elegant styling and mechanical refinement.

In total, 21,380 Thunderbirds were produced in 1957. The most rare and desirable of these are affectionately referred to as F-Birds. In 1957, the Dearborn assembly plant made 205 “F”-Code 312 cubic inch V8 engines fitted with a four-barrel carburetor and a McCulloch/Paxton centrifugal supercharger; a special cylinder head was fitted to these engines to keep the compression ratio at 8.5:1 so that they could drive on regular pump gas. The “F”-Code engine was only available on the Thunderbird as a $340 factory option and could be ordered with either a manual or an automatic transmission.

Today the 1957 F-Bird is by far the most sought after Thunderbird by marque enthusiasts. 1957 marked the last year before the Thunderbird was totally redesigned and made into a sluggish four-passenger luxury convertible. The “F”-Code engine elevated the performance of a standard Thunderbird from a reasonably quick cruiser to a dedicated quarter mile contender; it was just the thing to take on unsuspecting Corvettes accustomed to trouncing Thunderbirds at streetlights all over town.

The 1957 F-Bird presented here was fastidiously restored to be competitive on the concours field. Accordingly, the F-Bird achieved an enviable show record winning 1st Place Gold at every CTCI event it entered. In preparation for the AACA show circuit, the restoration of the Thunderbird was freshened up and has since done phenomenally well, earning an impressive collection of awards that continued to grow as recently as earlier this year.
The majority of the “F”-Code cars were white, with black being the second most popular color, making this one finished in Flame Red unusual. The long list of options and accessories found on this Thunderbird include power steering, power brakes, memory seat, power windows, Town & Country signal seek radio, rear deck antenna, both porthole hardtop and soft-top assembly, a tonneau cover, fender skirt shields, back up lights, and tinted glass.

One of the most outstanding cars in the Cappy Collection, the 1957 Thunderbird “F”-Code displays a quality of restoration and workmanship of the highest standards.


Show Results

1st Place Gold
1994 CTCI National Convention
Dearborn, MI

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1995 CTCI Regional
Valley Forge, PA

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1995 CTCI Regional
Arlington Heights, IL

1st Place Junior
2003 AACA Eastern Division
National Spring Meet
Carlisle, PA

Outstanding Junior Post War Automobile
AACA 2003 National Award
Philadelphia, PA

1st Place Senior
2004 AACA Central Division
National Fall Meet
Dublin, OH

1st Grand National & 1st Preservation
2005 AACA Grand National Meet
Northglenn, CO

2nd Preservation
2005 AACA Western Fall Meet
Northglenn, CO

Annual Grand National Award
2006 AACA National Award
Philadelphia, PA
 

 

1957 Ford Thunderbird "E" Code

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California "E-Code" factory dual-quad in the desirable color of dusk rose. AACA Senior Grand National winner and CTCI 1st Place Gold and Gold Medallion winner.
270bhp, 312 cu. in. E-Code overhead valve V8 engine, dual four-barrel carburetors, two-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live axle rear suspension with leaf springs and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 102"

In 1957, Ford offered naturally aspirated Thunderbird V8’s in four horsepower ratings, ranging from 212 to 285bhp. The rarest and most desirable of these is the 285bhp "dual quad" engine fitted to the example offered here. Known as the "E-Birds”, after their engine code, these cars offered more horsepower than any other small block V8, beating even Chevrolet’s fuel injected 283, albeit by only two horsepower.

The very rare E-Bird offered here was built in 1957 and is finished in Dusk Rose. The car was treated to a meticulous restoration of the highest standards and campaigned at Classic Thunderbird Club International regional and national competitions extensively, winning an amazing First Place Gold at every event and a Gold Medallion at every event save one. The car was then retired from the show circuit for 10 years before competing at two AACA events last year, winning a 1st Place Junior and a 1st Place Senior respectively. Needless to say that today, the 1957 Thunderbird “E”-Code is in exceptional condition both in terms of quality of restoration but also for being impressively correct.

A California car ordered new with every single factory option available, the Thunderbird would have commanded an original sticker price of more than $1,000 above the stock Thunderbird. Some of the features found on this car include a rare hard top without a porthole in addition to the soft-top, power steering, power brakes, memory seat, an automatic transmission, a Town & Country signal seeking radio and of course the powerful “E”-Code engine developing over 270bhp.

Show Results

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1988 CTCI National Convention
Dallas, TX

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1989 CTCI Regional
Chicago, IL

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1990 CTCI National Convention
Williamsburg, VA

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1992 CTCI National Convention
Tulsa, OK

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1993 CTCI Regional
Kansas City, MO

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1993 CTCI Regional
Canton, OH

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1994 CTCI National Convention
Dearborn, MI

1st Place Gold
1995 CTCI Regional
Valley Forge, PA

1st Place Gold & Gold Medallion
1995 CTCI Regional
Arlington Heights, IL

1st Place Junior
2005 AACA Central Division
National Fall Meet
Warren, OH

1st Place Senior
2005 AACA South Eastern Fall Meet
Jeffersonville, IN
 

 

1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner Retractable Hard Top

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One of Only Seven Powered by the Supercharged “F”-Code Engine Option
1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner Retractable Hard Top. 300bhp, 312 cu. in. overhead valve V8 engine, four-barrel Holley carburetor, McCulloch Paxton VR57 supercharger, automatic transmission, independent front with rear leaf spring suspension and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 118"

In 1957 the Ford Motor Company applied a series of innovative design principles to its automobiles. Spearheaded by chief of styling, George W. Walker, the 1957 Fords successfully challenged the norm and won. In short, it was the impact of the company’s “equaflair” styling expressed in its most appealing Fairlane series that boosted Ford’s reputation as a leader in car manufacturing. The blunt front-end incorporated a clean, full-width rectangular grille with subtle bits of chrome trim decoratively placed around the body. All of the refinements set forth in the new Fairlane helped to reassure buyers that they needn’t look elsewhere.

As expected, the Fairlane took the car market by storm with its two and four door “thin pillar” models, while the convertible Sunliner and retractable roof Skyliner were considered the envy of the series. Although the standard range of power plants were offered, it was the new and impressive 312 cubic inch V8 known for its primary placement in Thunderbirds that focused much attention under the hood of the Fairlane cars. Aside from the additional cubic inches, the interior of the Fairlanes offered the “deep dish” steering wheel, an easier to read instrument panel and more supportive seats. With 37 different fabric color combinations and a selection of either standard nylon or optional vinyl upholstery, it seemed customers had more difficulty choosing a pattern than negotiating on the car’s purchase price.

In 1957, the Dearborn assembly plant made a limited number of “F”-Code 312 cubic inch Thunderbird V8 engines fitted with a four-barrel carburetor and a McCulloch/Paxton centrifugal supercharger; a special cylinder head was fitted to these engines to keep the compression ratio at 8.5:1 so that they could drive on regular pump gas. The “F”-Code engine was only available on the Skyliner as a factory option and could be ordered with either a manual or an automatic transmission.

In total only seven Fairlane 500s were fitted with both the “F”-Code engine and the retractable hard top making the example here exceptionally rare. The original owner campaigned the Skyliner at top-level drag races winning the National Championship for his class in 1957 and 1958.

The Skyliner was treated to a full concours quality restoration and shortly after began competing at International Ford Retractable Club and AACA National events where it developed an unblemished show career never achieving less than a 1st place finish. Today the Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner is in exceptional condition. It unquestionably ranks among the best in the Cappy Collection, which is a phenomenal accomplishment in itself.
The extensive list of factory options and accessories found on the Skyliner includes: front bumper guards, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, dual spotlights, windshield washers, town & country radio, factory clock, tissue dispenser, fender skirt shields, continental kit, exhaust deflectors, back-up lights and of course the ultra rare “F”-Code supercharged engine.

Show Results

1st Place Showcase
1993 International Ford Retractable Club
National Convention
Madison, WI

1st Place Showcase
1994 International Ford Retractable Club
National Convention
Dallas, TX

1st Place Junior
1995 AACA Central Division Spring Meet
Waukeshaw, WI

1st Place Senior
1995 AACA National Fall Meet
Hershey, PA

1st Place Grand National
& Preservation Award
1996 AACA Grand National
Huntsville, AL

1st Place Showcase
1996 International Ford Retractable Club
National Convention
Minneapolis, MN

1st Place Senior Grand National & Preservation Award
1997 AACA Grand National
Cedar Falls, IA
 

 

 

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

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Transmission Type:   AUTOMATIC
Horsepower:                220
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Happy 50th Birthday Chevrolet. This 1957 Bel Air convertible is loaded with options that include: power steering, power brakes, Power Pak engine, continental kit, and many convenience options. This high-point restoration boosts a very rare color combination. This '57 has been restored by world renown Patricks Classy Cars of Phoenix, AZ.

 

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1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE  

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Engine:                           283 FUEL INJECTION
Transmission Type:   4-SPEED
Horsepower:                283
Cylinders:                      8
Exterior Color:             VENETIAN RED
Interior Color:              BEIGE
 

Description

This "1957 Fuelie" has attained the coveted NCRS "Duntov Mark of Excellence Award" - twice - once in 2001 and just recently at the "2006 NCRS Nationals Convention in San Antonio", with a score of 99.6%, an unheard of accomplishment. It has multiple NCRS Regional "Top Flights" to it's credit with scores of 99,99.3 and 99.6 in 2005-2006. It also has been awarded two "Performance Verifications", most recently in 2005. This car has received two "Bloomington Golds" - the latest in 2005. It also holds two "Chevy Vettefest Triple Crowns", most recently, 2005. This car has also received the "Top Gunn" award for "best original or restored Corvette" at Chevy Vettefest 2005 in Chicago. It was nominated and shown at "Corvettes at Carlisle" in the NCRS Gallery VI for 2006 to represent the '56-57 Model Year corvettes. this fuelie has original 4-speed properly dated and coded one of only "664" produced that year, which was the first year for a 4-speed in a corvette. Factory installed power windows, one of only "379" so equipped." Wonderbar radio, courtesy lights and 4:11 positraction and of course the proper fuel injection system one of "713". This is by far the "Best '57 fuelie Corvette" in the world. All #'s matching.

 

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1953 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cylinders:                      V8
Exterior Color:             WHITE
Interior Color:              BLACK/WHITE


CAR Purchased IN FEB 1953 BY MILLIONAIRE RECLUSE (GEORGE WITTELL) OF RENO, NEVADA. CAR GIVEN TO HIS NURSE AFTER HIS DEATH. CAR STORED AT HARRAH'S FOR MANY YEARS. PRESENT OWNER PURCHASED CAR IN 2003. ORIGINAL PAINT AND NO RUST. IN 2004 CAR SENT TO HIBERNIA AUTO RESTORATIONS, HIBERNIA, NEW JERSEY FOR $250,000.00 TOTAL FRAME-OFF RESTORATION. ROBERT TURNQUIST OWNER OF HIBERNIA. EARNED JUNIOR FIRST PLACE AT AACA SPRING MEET AT VIRGINIA BEACH SHOW IN SPRING OF 2006. 887 MILES OF WHICH 500 WERE PART OF RESTORATION PROCESS. RESTORATION RECEIPTS, RESTORATION

 

1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE  

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Engine:                           283
Transmission Type:   4-SPEED
Horsepower:                245
Cylinders:                      V8
Exterior Color:             PANAMA YELLOW/WHITE COVES
Interior Color:              CHARCOAL
 

Description

 

This stunning panama yellow with white coves 1958 dual quad Corvette is equipped with an ultra rare power top. It was treated to a no expense spared recent total frame off concourse restoration to the NCRS exacting specifications. It has test miles only since completion. This very special Corvette has been judged by the top experts in the Corvette world earnings most every award available including: Multiple NCRS Regional and National Top Flights Awards 2004-2006, NCRS Performance Verification Award 2006, Bloomington Gold Certification 2004, Gold Spinner Concourse Award 2004, TRIPLE CROWN 2004, and the ultimate award the coveted NCRS Duntov award in 2006. It was invited and displayed as a part of the Bloomington Gold Special Collection where only the very best receive very limited invitations.

 

 

 

 1959 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

 

 

 


 

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Engine:                           283 FUEL INJECTED
Transmission Type:   4-SPEED
Horsepower:                290
Cylinders:                      V8
Exterior Color:             BLACK
Interior Color:              BLACK

Description

The best restored 59 Corvette in the world! Winner of every award possible, including the coveted NCRS Duntov Award. Complete no expense spared body off restoration. Complete owner history and documentation, probably the only documented Real Triple Black 59 fuel car to exist. 

 

 

 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster  

 

 

 

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1958 Porsche 356A Speedster, 1600 Super, 3rd from last pushrod car produced. Full history from new, many GS/GT features, rear seatback, Rudges, hardtop, "SC" engine & transmission now fitted (original three piece case included), all sheet metal original-

 

 

1961 Mercedes Benz 300sl Roadster  

 

 

Description

 

1961 Mercedes Benz 300sl Roadster, 2 owners from new,49k kilometers, recently restored European version, now in Massachusetts

 

 

1953 Jaguar XK120 Roadster  

 

 

Description

 

1953 Jaguar XK120 Roadster, past JCNA national champion. Fully restored to 99.67 JCNA points, Imperial Maroon with Dark Grey leather, simply fantastic and elegant. Original tools, manual and all accessories.

 

 

 1957 ELDORADO BROUGHAM

 

 

 

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Black with black leather interior. 68,000 original mile, California Black Plate car. Completely loaded with every available option. Dual quad 365 engine with 325hp.

This milestone Cadillac is the ultimate for the collector car enthusiast. 68,000 original miles are on this California Black Plate car. Complete numbers matching drivetrain. 365cid, dual-quad V8 engine with 325hp, automatic transmission, factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, electric door locks, power windows, AM radio signal seeking with dual speakers, power antenna, power memory seat, dual zone heating system, electric trunk opener, tissue and cigarette dispenser, glovebox vanity mirror and more. These cars were the most expensive to date ever built by GM. Cost was over $23,000 in 1957 and these cars retailed for $13,500. The cost of a new Rolls-Royce in 1957 was only $9,000 (as stated at the Eldorado Brougham website). The Eldorado Brougham was for the elite few who could afford them. Refinished in its factory color of black with black leather interior.

 

 

1957 BEL AIR FI CHEVROLET

 

 

 

 

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A rare Fuelie Bel Air with 283hp and a 3-speed standard transmission. Frame-off restored

1957 Chevy high horse Fuelie Bel Air 283/283. One of the most collectible cars in existence. This rare 283hp Bel Air had a complete frame-off rotisserie restoration a few years ago and is still in great condition. The engine has a special order hydraulic cam custom ground to the same specs as the original solid lifter cam to eliminate constant valve adjustment. In other words, you can drive and enjoy with the same performance. Options include 283hp Fuel Injected engine, 3-speed transmission, tinted glass, 5 white wall tires, spinner wheel covers, door handle scratch guards, deluxe heater, radio, etc. The best of all, it's red.

 

 

 

 Ferrari 275

 

 

 

 

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