The attention to detail on this rare, fully restored Buick Victoria Coupe is magnificent! The frame off restoration was completed in 2008. The exterior of this luxurious Buick is tan with red pinstripes. All of the external accessories are perfectly placed and like new.
Originally an S4 Porsche, in 2002 $12K was spent to upgrade this. This 2 door coupe is powered by V8 with approx. 326 HP and 5-speed manual transmission.
The craftsmanship of this Ford makes it a very special car. The assembly started with a Model A body. It is finished with Cherry wood from southern Arkansas that the owner personally cut, milled, planed and varnished himself. The roof is custom made from tonneau cover material and lined with weather-proof insulation.
This car is primed and ready for you to complete. It has a new 283 motor and carburetor, a rebuilt 350 turbo tranny with 1500 stall shift kit and a rebuilt rear-end with 3:73 gears. The motor has 5000 miles on it since the rebuild.
This all original, stock Electra is in good condition. 1970 the final year for the convertible in the Electra 225 series. In this year, Electras grew by an inch so Buick compensated for the additional mass by upgrading the engine to a massive 455-cid V-8 with 370 hp.
This Chevy Scottsdale Short Box Pickup is in excellent condition. It is powered by a 454 V8 4 BBL engine with 400 turbo automatic transmission, 3:32 gears and dual exhaust.
This Monte Carlo is in good condition. It is white with a blue landau top and blue velour interior. It is powered by a 305 with a 4BBL and automatic transmission. Options include A/C, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power locks, and cruise control.
This all original Thunderbird only has less than 37000 actual miles. For an unrestored 52 year old car, it is an excellent driver and in very good condition.
This 1957 Chevy Belair Wagon appears to be an original survivor. It has been very well cared for over the years. The car is powered by a V-6 motor, 2BBL carb and 3 speed automatic with dual exhaust.
Attention CJ5 Lovers, this is what you have dreamed about. The frame-off restoration on this Jeep was completed about 3 years ago.
This Delta 88 is in very good condition. It is a two owner car with 61K original miles. It was repainted a couple years ago with the original color of Gold.
This 1951 2-door Ford Woody 4X4 is in very good condition. There is something magical about a Ford Woody. It reminds us of simpler times when gas was a few cents a gallon.
This white 2-door sedan with blue vinyl/cloth interior is a survivor. The interior is showing some wear but, this car is a great candidate for a restoration. It is rust free and has solid floors and trunk.
This turquoise Corvair 4-door sports sedan with fawn vinyl interior is a survivor in very good condition.
This very fine 1932 Chevrolet BA Confederate convertible coupe went through a complete frame off restoration around 7 years ago. Around $10K was spent on the paint. The interior was also replaced.
This Mercedes is in very good condition. The exterior is Aqua Blue with blue interior.
This classic silver roadster has been well maintained and is in excellent condition. It has always been garaged and comes with the matching hard top. With 79K miles on it this car has a lot of life left in it.
This T-34B was recovered from the Dominican Republic in the late 90′s and restored by Chelcraft Aviation of Princeton MN in 2004. There are 17 hours of FTT since the restoration was completed.
This is a very clean all original 1978 Chrysler Cordoba. With less than 28K actual miles, the 360 V-8 runs and drives great. The body is in great shape with original paint and landau roof. More pictures are available upon request.
Where do I begin? Driving a 1963 Mercury Monterey is indescribable. A very nice “driver” car, it “floats”. It’s an extremely solid car that gets attention. And the chrome really makes it shine! This model is unique with the breezeway power back window.