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BENTLEY, 1939, 4-1/4-Litre All-Weather tourer by Thrupp & Maberly. #B137LE. Black with blue-gray leather. Complete with books, tools and the history file. This car has been completely restored and is ready for club events, concours d’Elegance or the open road. Charles Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934.

CADILLAC, 1931, 370-A V-12 2-door rumble seat Sport Coupe. This is an example of one of America’s finest motorcars by Cadillac Motorcar Company, Detroit, Michigan. Body by Fisher, interior by Fleetwood. 140-inch wheelbase, powered by Cadillac’s 368-cubic-inch, V-12 engine with 145 horsepower. Overhead valves, aluminum crankcase, 3-speed synchromesh transmission. Factory accessories: dual side mount spares and covers, six stainless-steel spoke wheels, chrome Cadillac script side mount mirrors, chrome radiator grille guard, chrome pilot-ray driving light, factory all black exterior paint, chrome goddess radiator ornament. 43,300 original miles before undergoing a meticulous 3-½-year restoration. Tan leather upholstery & interior trim. Only four known to exist out of 302 built. Present owner known to be the second owner. Recently judged more than 97 points at a 2013 CCCA Grand Classic®. Show quality nut & bolt restoration. Numerous awards, including: 2012 Dana Point Concours d’Elegance, 3rd in class; 2012 Coastline Car Classic in Newport Beach, 3rd in class and Meguiar’s Award for best paint; 2012 Laguna Beach Classic Car show, People’s Choice Award and Best in Category; 2012 Del Mar Concours d’ Elegance, 3rd place; 2013 CCCA Annual Meeting, Pasadena, California, National 1st prize winner, judged 97 points; 2013 La Jolla Concours d’ Elegance, 1st in class; 2013 Muckenthaler Motor Car Festival, Most Elegant Motorcar Award; 2013 CCCA  California Grand Classic®/San Marino Motor Classic, Senior 1st place winner, judged 97.75 points; 2013 Dana Point Concours d’Elegance, 2nd in class. Evaluated and insured by Hagerty Insurance for $350,000 full replacement value. Asking $265,000, OBO. Call Steven at 949-280-4771. E-mail: Additional photos and documentation available on request.

CADILLAC, 1940, Rare 60 Special Formal Sedan. Very nice, maintained, original condition with only 28,500 miles. Great driver. Only 113 made. Less than four known to exist. $37,500, ONO. Shelton, Washington. Contact Lee Zuker at for pictures and more information.

CHRYSLER, 1948, Town & Country Convertible. Very nice older restoration, excellent paint, chrome and interior. Finish on wood is extremely nice and top is in excellent condition. Starts, runs and stops well. Have new wheel trim rings. $62,000. Dave Linehan,, 917-796-5211, Pennsylvania.

LASALLE, 1929, Dual-Cowl Phaeton. CCCA 100 points (2002 & 2004). CLC Grand National Best LaSalle (2002 & 2004). Black with red under- carriage, leather and pin stripe. Total restoration 2002. Trunk includes fitted luggage. Approximately 2,500 miles since restoration. Ted Raines, 530-676-3463.

LINCOLN, 1925, Judkins 3-Window Berline. Bought from the original owner’s estate and professionally restored in 1989. It has been maintained in a climate-controlled garage and re-restored as required. AACA Senior Grand National (2012); CCCA Premier (99.75 points 2011); excellent show record. Age and health force sale at well below cost. E-mail for photos and detailed description.

LINCOLN, 1936, Model K Seven-Passenger Touring. Magnificent and rare 1936 Lincoln 7-passenger touring car! Previous Classic Car Club of America® National first place winner! Gorgeous aluminum-bodied car with retracting rear windscreen! Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1947, Convertible. Largely original showing 49,000 miles! Features original V-12, factory 6-volt charging system, hydraulic power top & windows, leather interior and superb color combination! One of the youngest cars acknowledged by the CCCA as a Full Classic®. $64,900. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or

PACKARD, 1931, 833 convertible coupe. Gray over black with wine leather, wheels and trim. Body off restoration. $105,000. Tom Berger, 402-873-3596,

PACKARD, 1932, Convertible Coupe-Roadster 902. Six chrome wires, factory metal sidemount covers with mirrors. Late production with downdraft carburetor and full synchro transmission. Restored, new engine and service. Runs great for only $138,500. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1934, 1107 V-12, rare five-passenger coupe. Restored Classic Car Club of America® National First badge. Documented 40 years ago, first of four listed in Edward Blend’s Book (“Magnificent Packard Twelve of 1934”). New Goodyear wide whites, detailed and serviced to drive and show. Must see. $195,000. For immediate sale. Trades, transport arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1934, Twelve 1108 Limousine. Delivered to PMC Company, 11 Ave, NYC 10/24/34. Very nice original automobile. This would be a very nice tour car and could be a contender for best original at a car show. 45,048 miles, engine quiet, oil pressure 45 lbs warm, doesn’t overheat. This is from Tom Kerr’s collection. For more information, photos or other contact Jim Cox at 570-228-1373 or e-mail $75,000.

PACKARD, 1935, 1202 863 Convertible Sedan. High quality restoration, silver body with maroon fenders, tan leather, great touring car. Rudy Langer, 816-931-1188 or

PACKARD, 1936, 1401 Convertible Victoria. Burgundy with red trim, tan hides. Great touring car. Award winner. Car is in Bayside, NY. $141,000, priced to sell. Contact

PACKARD, 1936, 1402. Custom coachwork by Hooper, 7-Passenger Limousine. 139-inch wheelbase, divider window, side mounts and trunk rack. History from new, delivered in London 12/20/35, RHD. One of a kind. U.S.A. west coast since the 1960s. Rust free. Ideal for export to RHD countries. Running and driving. Rare for only $28,500. Photos:
tomcrookclassics. 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1939, Twelve Limousine, model 1708, seven-passenger with divider window. The largest car made then: 6,000 lbs., length is 231 inches. Power assist brakes and clutch pedals, owner installed power steering. Barn find, owner (auto engineer) restoration finished after five years of detailed work in 2011, less than 100 miles driven. Radio available but not installed. Turn signals, electric fuel pump and wipers. Paint is green/yellow. Two jump seats, new upholstery, wood work, new wiring and new trunk. Lighted Lady Lalique. First place at Salado meet. Advanced age forces sale. Asking $105,000. Call Mike Calistrat, 281-437-0437 for details and photos.

PACKARD, 1941, 180 LeBaron Sport Brougham, 1907 Super-8 with overdrive. Premium quality restoration. Frame-up with engine by Rick Engquist. Great to drive and show. Rare, must see to appreciate. Asking $135,000. Transport arranged. Photos:
/tomcrookclassics. 253-941-3454.

PIERCE-ARROW, 1932, Model 54 Sedan. 366-cubic-inch, 8-cylinder engine, all original. Good solid car, runs great, rust free. Climate controlled storage. 59,300 original miles. Excellent chrome. Older restoration. Participated in 2006 Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance. Asking $42,000. John Kurtz, 734-777-2024 or

PIERCE-ARROW, 1934, Model 1240 7-Passenger. Repainted bright blue with black fenders. Jump seats, dual side mounts, newer light gray interior, twin Beaulah air horns. V12 Seagrave engine with freewheeling, 144” wheelbase, 5,200#. Body and drivetrain in excellent condition. Current owner for over 30 years in SE Wisconsin. $75,000. Red Smith, 941-716-0178.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1925, Silver Ghost Pall Mall Tourer. Chassic #S88LK. Ivory with black trim and saddle interior. Same owner since the 1960s. Beautiful restoration. Multiple award winner. Extensive historical file with restoration records, correspondence and awards. Exceptional condition. Ready for vintage motoring. Charles Crail, 805-568-1934.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1933, 20/25 Drophead Coupe with disappearing top by Carlton. Chassis #GGA29. Black over French gray with red leather interior. Polished discs. Good history. Extremely elegant coachwork. Charles Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934.

ROLLS-ROYCE, 1937, Phantom III Sedanca de Ville by Park Ward. Chassic #3CM61. One of two built. Fully documented. One of the most spectacular show cars built. Superb condition and recent concours winner. Charles Crail Automobiles, 805-568-1934.

STEARNS KNIGHT, 1929, Straight-8 Rumble Seat Coupe. Custom aluminum body, rebuilt engine with nine main bearings, runs excellent. Complete off-frame restoration, new radiator core, five Buffalo wire wheels, many extra parts. Orange and Bronson yellow with brown fenders. Rare Full Classic®, one of three. $110,000. Harry 518-696-2102, New York.

STUTZ, 1926, Seven-passenger Speedster. Eight-cylinder OHC, hydraulic brakes. Fold-down windshield, 145” wheelbase, original Protex wire-embedded safety glass, aluminum body, suicide doors, Meyers self lubricating, Fedco anti-theft, vacuum pop-out turn signals. 28,690 miles total. $160,000. Barney, 248-762-0350, 48215 West Road, Wixom, Michigan 48393.

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Classic Cars, any condition. Top dollar paid, we pick up anywhere in the U.S. 25 years experience. We will buy one car or complete collections. Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, BMW, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Delage, Delahaye, Auburn, Buick, Cord, Cadillac, Chrysler, Duesenberg, Packard, Lincoln, Stutz, Pierce-Arrow, Studebaker and various European and American Classic & sports cars. Please call Peter Kumar 1-800-452-9910 or email:

WANTED: 1935 or older luxury cars, Pierce-Arrow, Packard, Lincoln, Auburn… Barn fresh or restored for my museum. Pay cash, call Ed 734-755-3609 or contact me at,

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