1933 Auburn Boat Tail Speedster
A 1930's favorite among many Hollywood stars. A rare and pricy car during the depression selling in the $1,000.00 range. Only the wealthy could apply.
1935 Duesenberg SSJ Sports Roadster
This 1935 Duesenberg SSJ Roadster duplicate is Supercharged. It is one of the famous 7. Hand built with all steel & aluminum coachwork it serves to be one of the finest around. One other of the seven formerly belonging to Sammy Davis JR is currently residing at the Reno auto museum.
1937 Cord 812 Phaeton Supercharged
There were only 1146 ever sold before the company filed for bankruptcy in 1937 as a result of the "Great Depression". The car instantly became a collectors dream. This model 812 was ordered new in 1937 by the American ambassador to Cuba. However, It never left US soil. This car has won the prestigious Gordon M Buehrig award at the ACD annual meet 3 years in a row.
On June 30, 1953 the Corvette went into full production. Each car was built by hand at the GM facility in Flint, Michigan. This is America's first true sports car. For the First time fiberglass was used in automobile production. This car pushed Ford to create the first thunderbird. This particular one is serial number 290 of 300 ever built.
1957 Corvette Fuelie
The 1957 Corvette is a very aesthetically pleasing car. It's "fuelie" fuel injected 283 made 283 bhp. This 1 horsepower per cubic inch output was a record in 1957. This Corvette could accelerate from 0-60 in less than six seconds, and do the 1/4 in the low 14's at over 100 mph.
1958 BMW Isetta 300 Slider named "PEWEE"
The 1958 BMW Isetta 300 Slider has 12bhp and gets 63 mpg. It has a top speed of 45mph. BMW began exporting Isettas to the U.S. in 1957. Overall, the Isetta was successful enough to encourage BMW to produce the 600, which shared the Isetta’s front door and a motorcycle engine (600 cc) and the more car-like 700 (also powered by a motorcycle engine).
Currently looking to purchase more especially a Isetta bubble or a bubble convertible.
1958 300SL Mercedes Roadster
The 1958 300SL roadster originally selling in the $11,000.00 range was in many ways the first true SL as we know it today. Built atop the same basic frame, using the same basic drive train and having a body similar to the coupe, the roadster nonetheless projected its own aura of dignity, elegance and power.
1958 Aston Martin DB-2 Mark III
The DB Mark III was introduced early in 1957 as the successor to the DB2-4 and continued through 1959 as the Mark IIIB. This particular one was shipped to Europe to be used for vintage road rallies.
1961 Corvette first used their now trademark quad taillights and was the last year to use whitewall tires. The exterior was changed with a duck-tail rear end and a simple mesh grille. The grill was a significant change from because of the loss of the "teeth".
1964 Corvette Coupe
1964 Corvette Convertible
1966 Corvette Convertible
1966 Cobra SC
1966 Shelby GT350H
1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible
The first year of the convertible for Shelby. 1 of 1 delivered to the southwest region with its options. With only 402 ever made this car is very rare and quite sought after.
1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible
The "King of the Road". The first year of the convertible for Shelby. With only 318 ever made this car is very rare and quite sought after.
1969 Chevy Camaro Z10
1991 Lamborghini Diablo
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