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BUICK, 1940, Limited 81C Convertible Sedan. Beautifully restored. CCCA First and Senior badges. Runs beautifully, top notch in every way. Many detailed photos at www.vaultcars.com. The Vault Classic Cars. Contact Steve Snyder, 714-401-1047. $119,000.

CADILLAC, 1930, V16 Coupe known as “Madame X”. Silver on black two-tone paint, custom red accent pin striping. Chromed wire spoke wheels on wide rims, chromed engine and louvers. New tan leather interior. Runs and drives like a dream. See our full color photo www.kcvintagecars.com. See how this car went from the demolition derby to luxury vehicle to placing at the Pebble Beach Concours in 2013. Rudy 816-500-4047.

CADILLAC, 1931, 355A 259 V-8 Sedan. Judged 100 points by the CCCA in 2013, Senior badge No. 3088. Also judged 100 points by the CLC in 2012, Senior badge No. 781. Car is 100 percent authentic and correct. Excellent running and driving Full Classic®. $85,000. Ted Dorman, Clearwater, FL, 727-871-5546,
e-mail: tdorman1955@gmail.com.

CADILLAC, 1931, V16 Convertible. Older restoration. Tan leather interior, two-tone paint: caramel body with brown fenders, chromed engine, chromed wire wheels on the wide rims. Runs and drives great! This is a head-turner everywhere you go. See our full-color photo display at www.kcvintagecars.com. Rudy 816-500-4047, $395,000.

CADILLAC, 1934, 355D Town Coupe. Very nicely appointed original pre-war Cadillac! Gorgeous color combination with excellent interior wood trim and upholstery! One of only 5,080 produced! CCCA Full Classic®! $69,900. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com.

CADILLAC, 1937, Series 85 Town Car. Black with black leather in front and tan broadcloth interior in rear. V12 engine, 138” wheelbase, padded roof, no trunk, dual side mounts. Car is a survivor with many original features. Includes working top for chauffeur’s compartment. Car runs and drives well and is licensed. Condition is #3. Good solid body, no rust through. Chassis #4B281. John Johannes, 573-243-3918, 7-4 weekdays; 573-794-8223 home.

CADILLAC, 1940, 60 Special Fleetwood Town Car with division. Rare body style, only year Cadillac offered a Fleetwood Town Car on the 60 Special chassis. One of nine with metal roof. Classified as a custom body by CCCA. Complete restoration on a very good car. Pebble Beach 2011. Black leather in chauffeur’s compartment; gray wool cloth in rear compartment. Sidemounts, division window. Rick Zeiger, 310-275-8156, rojave@sbcglobal.net.


CADILLAC, 1940, 75 Convertible Sedan. Very rare, one of only 45 ever produced. Gorgeous vehicle showing a wonderful, original restoration. Very presentable and an excellent show-worthy example featuring a division glass window. $99,900. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com.

CADILLAC, 1941, 2-door convertible. #2 driver in great shape. Stick shift, root beer brown, tan top and interior. $65,000. Can be seen on Ebay. Jack Dyson, 623-581-8460.

CADILLACS, 1941 60 Special and 1941 62 Convertible Coupe. Also, 1941 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Coupe. Cars are in Arizona. Jack Dyson, 623-581-8460.

CADILLAC, 1941, 60 Special. Owned since 1978, Body-off restoration completed 1987. Correct Cadillac colors, Premier award #1455SP. Driven 28,000 miles on many CARavans. Excellent overall condition. Needs interior chrome work. Dual Range Hydramatic, radial tires. Details and pictures available. Don Hoelscher, 636-+939-9667, e-mail: dhoelsch@mail.win.org

CHRYSLER, 1948, Town & Country Convertible, 8-cylinder. CCCA Classic. Great combination of near mint original with all systems restored as new. Tires, brakes, cooling, gas, exhaust, clutch, top and upholstery show quality. 40 years museum display. Low, low miles. Drive and enjoy. $143,500. 253-941-3454. Photos: www.hemmings.com/dealers/
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FRANKLIN, 1925 Model 11 Doctor’s Coupe. Lots of spares including NOS engine, blueprints and manuals. Older restoration with original interior; needs some wood repair and top cover. Was a complete and running car when put away. Doug Strange, 610-683-5855, AMCAdoug@aol.com

LINCOLN, 1935, Model K Sedan. Rare, 7-Passenger limousine with divider window! Options with steel-covered sidemounts, whitewall tires, rear luggage rack with metal trunk! Excellent touring car! One of only 282 ever built. $59,500. Contact Jon at 800-957-5707 or jon@stlouiscarmuseum.com

LINCOLN, 1936, K sedan. Divider, #K6616, fabulous original California survivor preservation car, factory body, history known since 1936, high-speed gears, fully sorted, dependable tour car, perfect mechanically. You could drive this car cross country! Price: $28,500. Location: Syracuse, NY. Walter Miller, info@autolit.com, 315-432-8269.

LINCOLN, 1938, K Town Car, Brunn. Rare opportunity to purchase possibly the finest example original known. Fully documented history from new. Second owner. 30,000 original miles, excellent original condition. Pebble Beach Preservation class winner. Serious inquires call David: 717-428-1305 or 800-766-0035.

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LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1947, Cabriolet. Total restoration to the highest standards. Ready for show now. Many detailed photos WWW.VAULTCARS.COM or call Steve Snyder at the Vault Classic Cars 714-401-1047. $89,995.

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1947 Club Coupe. Restored, maroon finish. New tan leather interior. Professionally rebuilt V-12 with overdrive. Wide whitewalls. In excellent running and driving condition. $39,900. 954-650-8768.

MARMON, 1927 E-75. Beautiful 4-passenger speedster, one of only two remaining. Locke body. Dual ignition, four-wheel brakes. Bowen lubricator. High-speed differential, keeps up with traffic. Accurate odometer 70,329. Carefully maintained, runs very well, driven regularly. Contact: John Librenjak, 951-788-4678, librenjak@sbcglobal.net

PACKARD, 1929, Model 633 Club Sedan. 133” WB. Sidemounts, wire wheels, trunk, trunk rack. Most body wood done, motor and radiator reconditioned. A rare body style, worthy of restoration. $7,500. For further details, contact: Bob Rostecki, 204-269-3903. bobannr014@gmail.com.

PACKARD, 1932, Convertible Coupe-Roadster 902. Six chromed wires, factory metal sidemount covers with mirrors. Late production with downdraft carburetor and full syncho transmission. Restored, serviced, drive anywhere. Runs great. Reduced price, was $138,500, now $128,500. Trades, transport arranged. Tom Crook 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1934, 1107 V-12 Club Sedan. Excellent, well-preserved car from extremely long ownership—since 1971 with Club history back to the 1960s. Listed in Ed Blend’s ’34 Packard Twelve book. Runs and drives nicely. Price on request. Detailed photos www.vaultcars.com, contact Steve Snyder, 714-401-1047.

PACKARD, 1935, Dietrich Phaeton. Rare, 8-cylinder. Low mileage. Restored. Factory original VIN-811-214 and Dietrich body tag 811-8525. New, correct windwings and spotlight. Serviced and detailed. Exceptional Classic for $128,500. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454. Photos: www.hemmings.com/dealers/
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PACKARD, 1935, 1202 863 Convertible Sedan. High quality restoration, silver body with maroon fenders, tan leather, great touring car. Rudy Langer, 816-500-4047 or www.kcvintagecars.com.

PACKARD, 1937, Super-8 (1502). 139” wheelbase, Dietrich Convertible Sedan (#68 of 99 built), divider window, radio, dual metal sidemounts, overdrive and electric fuel pump, many recent awards (CCCA, PAC, AACA)-wonderful show car and fantastic to drive. 860-676-0003, e-mail: LefebvrePE@aol.com


 

PACKARD, 1937, V-12 Formal with divider window, bar and vanities. Near mint, solid A-1 from new. Previous National first award, recent professional paint, chrome grill, running boards. Mechanical service, etc. that cost over $80,000. Magnificent. Runs like new. Drive and show. Asking $98,500. Tom Crook, 253-9413454. Photos: www.hemmings.com/dealers/
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PACKARD, 1940, 1803 160 Convertible Coupe. #137902361, 45,000 original miles. This unmolested, meticulously maintained Full Classic® is mainly original with mechanical updates. Cuban tan, dual side mounts, deluxe heater, deluxe radio, high-speed rear end, trunk rack with extra trunk swing away brackets, wheel spats, trim rings, mechanically superb, best original in the world. Has maximum preservation award potential. Complete history and extra photos available. $169,500. Contact Neal at acealfa@dslextreme.com or 510-234-1940.

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. Reduced price, was $135,000, now $124,500. Transport arranged. Photos: www.hemmings.com/dealers/
tomcrookclassic. 253-941-3454.

PACKARD, 1941, Super-Eight 160, Series 1903 four-door sedan. A real survivor with 51,000 documented original miles. It is equipped with overdrive (Aero Drive) and Electromatic Clutch that works perfectly. The car was repainted and seats recovered some time ago. The engine, brakes, starter, generator, carburetor, clutch, front end, etc. have all been rebuilt. This car is mechanically ready to go anywhere comfortably and reliably at 65-70 mph. It is a joy to drive and rides beautifully on new radial tires. Asking $35,000. Pictures available. mbrohrer@aol.com or 239-293-5557.

PACKARD, 1947, Custom Super 8 model 2106. 356 straight-eight, factory overdrive, radio, dual heater, roof antenna. The former Bill Davies car, well known in the hobby since the early 1960s! Excellent condition, recent successful CARavan veteran. A wonderful car, $39,500. Many details, www.vaultcars.com, contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.

PIERCE-ARROW, 1935, 845 7-passenger sedan. Original, complete car with 49,134 indicated miles. Owned since 1973. Engine quiet with no smoke. Tired paint and upholstery and needs windshield. Some new parts. $32,500. Call for details and photos. Ed Joy, 208-664-4210.

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. $95,000. Harry 518-696-2102, New York.

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CLASSIC CARS WANTED
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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: GullwingNY@aol.com.

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 eklaginess@sbcglobal.net, www.edsoldiron.net.

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