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1965 Austin Healey 3000

The Austin-Healey 3000 was built between 1959 and 1967. It is the best known of the “big” Healey variants. This model won many European rallies and is still used in competition by enthusiasts today. The Mark 3 was launched in 1963 and production ended in 1967. This car was classified as model BJ8 and featured a walnut veneer dashboard and wind up windows, making it the most luxurious Healey ever offered. Mechanically these cars included the following engine power improvements; new camshaft, 2” SU carburetors and a free flow exhaust system. Other improvements added were power servo assisted brakes and optional leather seating.

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1974 Triumph TR6

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This 1974 Triumph TR6 convertible has received a substantial rebuild with new fenders and sill panels, plus a new hood. This work was done to eliminate corrosion and not from accidental damage. The freshly painted body is finished in original white and is in excellent condition. The car needs some cosmetic freshening under the hood, engine mechanicals have already been addressed. These cars remain popular due to their good performance, fine handling and their potential to compete competitively without major modification. Their simple design makes required routine maintenance easy for most owners with limited mechanical skills. Priced to sell at $9250.00

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1937Ford Two-Door

The 1937 Ford 2 Door model 78 Humpback sedan was subject to an older, but very complete restoration. The body was thoroughly examined and wherever there was corrosion, new panels were welded into place to ensure structural rigidity and enhance appearance. Total mileage on the car is believed to be 34,000 with just 20K since restoration in the 80’s, when the car was repainted. The interior is in excellent condition and is trimmed in beige Bedford Cord Mohair. The 85 HP flat head Vee 8 engine with 3 speed transmission allows comfortable cruising speeds even at today’s highway speeds.

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1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan

1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible sedan has 54,857 miles on the odometer and was the subject of an earlier restoration. The car was brought to us for a complete visual and mechanical check over. Our survey was extensive, but revealed no major problems with the vehicle, aside from rebuild of the carburetor due to extended time in storage. Soft interior trim, beige convertible top and wooden accents have all aged well. This is a car that is ready to provide years of good service for the next owner. Black exterior paint and wide whitewall tires add to the overall exterior appearance.

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1951 Allard K2 Roadster

Sidney Allard built several specials during the 1930’s. After World War 2 he formed the Allard Motor Company in England and started producing sports cars using the American Ford flathead V8. Later Allards utilized Cadillac and Chrysler as well as Ford and Mercury flatheads. These cars were fast and immediately made a name for themselves in competition. In 1950 Allard started to produce the K2 model with a longer wheelbase and coil springs. Only 119 of these performance machines were produced between 1905 and 1952.VIEW COMPLETE CAR SPECIFICATIONS from the drop-down menu under Road Cars above, or CLICK HERE

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1956 Chevrolet 150 Glass Rod

1950 Chevrolet 150 Glass Rod is a rare vehicle, approximately 300 of these special use machines were built, most of them being delivered to government agencies. This particular car was delivered to the Navy Submarine Base in Groton, CT. As delivered, it was painted black. The car modified with a Chevy LT1 engine, 350 cubic inch. Power steering and brakes were added along with an aluminum radiator. All chrome was stripped and re-plated. The two seat interior is tastefully finished in grey and black cloth with red piping. The body is painted in red and has a deep gloss finish. The car rides and drives as an award winning Rest-Rod should.

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1962 Lotus Super 7

Lotus Sevens are probably more fun per mile to drive than virtually any other car. With a typical total weight of 1200 pounds and a light four cylinder engine, these cars are fast in a straight line and have go-kart like handling. Their light weight coupled with powerful brakes makes them hard to beat on the track. There was a choice of engines, providing up to 130 HP resulting in a 0-60 mph time of around five seconds and a top speed of 100 mph, depending on axle ratio. This car is fitted with the 116 engine with a 5 main bearing crankshaft. Price $39.5 SPECIFICATIONS from the drop-down menu under Road Cars above, or CLICK HERE

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1967 Jaguar 3.8 Mark II

The Jaguar Mk2 was a medium sized sedan introduced in 1959 and manufactured through 1967. It came equipped with three different engine options, 2.4, 3.4 or 3.8 litres. The 3.8 engine delivered 220 bhp and propelled the car from 0-60 mph in 8 seconds with a mximum speed of 125 mph. These cars became fast favorites and they were soon seen competing at road tracks around Europe in the sedan racing class. Comfortable for five adults there was no better way to quickly cruise the European highways other than in one of these beauties. VIEW COMPLETE CAR SPECIFICATIONS from the drop-down menu under Road Cars above, or CLICK HERE

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1968 Olds Cutlass Resto-Rod

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This classic Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible has been the subject of a full restoration, including two stage urethane paint. However, at the same time, it has also received modification to equip it with all modern conveniences for comfort and performance. These changes include a fuel injected 350 engine, with free flow exhaust system, four speed automatic transmission, front wheel disc brakes, power windows and a modern radio with CD player.. VIEW COMPLETE CAR SPECIFICATIONS from the drop-down menu under Road Cars above, or CLICK HERE

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1973 Datsun 240Z

The Datsun 240Z was introduced in 1969. With its striking good looks and powerful engine it became an instant hit in the sports car market and competed directly with popular British imports Triumph and MG. In 1974 it was replaced by the 260Z and later on the 280Z. However, enthusiasts preferred the original model with its sleeker lines and lower vehicle weight. This 240Z has had a full restoration but still retains all the features of the classic original design

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1973 Triumph TR6

This classic 1973 Triumph TR6 convertible has received a full body off restoration by its owner. With a mere 69,000 miles since new and minimal mileage since restoration, the car is ready to cruise without any major repairs. These cars remain popular due to their good performance, fine handling and their potential to compete competitively without major modification. Their simple design also which makes required routine maintenance easy for most owners with limited mechanical skills. The asking price on this car is less than it would cost for a comparable restoration. A great way to get started in the collector car market. $22.5K Cars above, or CLICK HERE

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 1976 Porsche 914 2.0

In 1969 Porsche introduced the 914/4 and 914/6 as an entry level lower priced alternatives to the 911 models. The 914-4 was built by Karmann and the 914-6 by Porsche. Both cars were final assembled at Porsche in Stuttgart. Low sales and rising costs prompted Porsche to discontinue the 914-6 variant after building 3351 of them, whereas the 914-4 continued until 1976 with a total of 115,646 being built. This car is one of the later produced and features the Bosch fuel injection system. This vehicle has been carefully restored with the original color code paint and matching interior. The car looks good and drives well and is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner.

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