Please Note: Classified Ads
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As appeared in the February 2012 issue of the Bulletin.
FULL CLASSICS FOR SALE
BUGATTI, 1928, Type 35B by Crosthwaite & Gardiner. Expensively prepared and extensively campaigned in vintage racing, including the Monterey Historics. Impeccable condition, with Supercharger, straight 8, overhead-cam engine. $450,000. Detailed photos www.vaultcars.com or contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.
BUICK, 1941, 90 Limited model 91. Excellent throughout. Owned and maintained by Buick agency most of its 70 years. Drive like new at 70 mph with wide white radials. A great CCCA Classic for $29,850. Transportation arranged. Tom Crook. 253-941-3454. More photos go to: www.hemmings.com/dealers/ and select Tom Crook Classics.
CADILLAC, 1929, Sport Phaeton. Rare, flathead V-8, unrestored survivor, all original condition with extra add-ons. Runs great. $78,000. Rudy Langer, 816-931-1188 or kcvintagecars.com.
CADILLAC, 1930, Model 353 V-8 All-Weather Phaeton by Fleetwood. A well-preserved original in excellent condition. Ready to tour. Photos at www.rollingart.com, Ph: 610-970-5257.
CADILLAC, 1938, Model 9033 V-16 Imperial 7-Passenger with divider window. Professional frame-up restoration in excess of 2,500 hours. Equipped, leather front and wool broad cloth back. Recent tune, service and new brakes. From doctor’s estate. A fraction of restoration cost to buy at $78,500. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
CHRYSLER, 1948, New Yorker Town & Country Convertible. Original, beautiful, authentic restoration using many NOS original parts. Runs great. Third owner and have owned for 26 years. Health requires sale. Asking $135,000. Can send pictures (Wisconsin collector plate #848.) Floyd Carlstrom, 3151 Country Road J, Verona, WI 53593. Ph: 608-845-7855, cell: 608-438-7825.
CHRYSLER, 1948, Town & Country Convertible. 14,000 miles actual from new. Very interesting history of four decades in storage with three cases of dynamite in the trunk. Professionally renovated to be as new, show condition. Must see the best CCCA Classic Chrysler available for $235,000. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
LINCOLN, 1932, KA 136 WB 3-Window Town Sedan. Motor rebuilt, excellent running and solid body, interior complete. Asking $38,500. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1932, KB 5-Passenger Sedan. Engine is free but not running. Beautiful original body, good interior and has some minor moth damage. Complete car ready to finish. Asking $34,900 OBO. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1932, KB type 232 Dual-Cowl Phaeton. Very rare, one of five known to exist out of 28 built. Fully documented with all matching numbers, complete with some restoration done. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1932, KB type 240 Dietrich Sport Berline. Extremely rare. One of three known to exist out of eight built, the original Chicago show car. Fully documented with all matching numbers. Complete requiring total restoration. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1932, KB type 248 LeBaron Convertible Coupe. Fully documented with matching numbers chassis and drive train. Fully restored to concours condition and running, all metalwork completed and ready for upholstery and finish assembly. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1933, KB Two-Window Town Sedan. Engine rebuilt, chassis painted, excellent running and driving condition. Needs paint, chrome, upholstery, $37,500. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1936, Type 328 Brunn Convertible Victoria. One of three known to exist out of ten built. Fully documented with matching numbers, all bodywork and paintwork completed to concours condition, engine and transmission rebuilt, ready for finish upholstery and assembly. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1937, Seven-Passenger Limousine. 39,000 miles. Car completely restored to show, very good original leather interior. Excellent running, handling, $62,500. Contact M. Belden at 330-456-7900, ext. 15.
LINCOLN, 1941, Continental Cabriolet. Excellent older, well maintained restoration. Spode green finish with tan leather upholstery and tan power top. Cool running and everything works. Original owner was Ellison Bell, co-founder of the Lincoln Continental Owners Club. Asking $65,000 OBO. Contact Jeff French at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 661-619-4433.
LINCOLN, 1947, Continental Cabriolet. Extremely nice combination of original and restored as necessary. Only 56,000 miles with gorgeous original red leather. Rebuilt V-12 with overdrive. Recent new correct top, black paint, radial tires and chrome. Rebuilt hydroelectrics. Very dependable. Recent 1,300 miles tour. Perfect body. $65,000. Located in Southern California. John Milliken, ph: 818-735-9588. Email for photos at: email@example.com.
LINCOLN, 1947, Continental convertible. Southern estate Classic. Finished in stunning midnight blue with tan leather interior and Haartz top. Underwent $75K restoration including exterior, interior, top, chrome and mechanics. 3-speed,
V-12 (runs cool), power windows, doors and top, radio, WSW. Excellent. Asking $69,900. 770-883-9115, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PACKARD, 1928, Model 526 Roadster. Wire wheels, rumble seat, Trippe lights, golf club doors, red leather upholstery, white with red trim paint. Was a 95-point winner at the 1999 Concours d’Elegance of the Eastern United States. Excellent running car. $95,000. Jerry Gillespie, 572 Beacon Ave., Vineland, NJ 08360. Ph: 856-692-9263.
PACKARD, 1934, Twelve, Sport LeBaron. Three to choose from starting at $50,000. Office: 714-547-7059; home: 714-835-5623, leave message; mobile: 714-296-5553; mobile: 714-290-1991. email@example.com.
PACKARD, 1934, Twelve, Sport Phaeton. Black. First place CCCA Primary, Summer 2009. CCCA Senior Award, January 2010. Premier badge, CCCA June. Best of Show Santa Ana 2010. $295,000. Office: 714-547-7059; home: 714-835-5623, leave message; mobile: 714-296-5553; mobile: 714-290-1991. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 www.kcvintagecars.com.
PACKARD, 1935, Twelve 1207 Dietrich Phaeton. Excellent, professional restoration. Ready to show or drive and enjoy. From the Haines Collection. Digital photos available. $235,000 OBO for immediate sale. 330-904-6289 or email@example.com.
PACKARD, 1936, V-12 Phaeton. Authentic factory VIN tag number 931-202. Original Dietrich body number 931-9008 number 2 of 3 total produced. Rarest of the 14th series. Harrah’s Collection purchased this dual-cowl phaeton at Hershey 50 years ago. I purchased it then at the third Harrah’s auction 25 years ago in 1986. Equipped with accessory rear windshield, sidemount mirrors, Cormorant and Packard trunk. Runs and drive excellent with 68,000 miles & rebuilt engine. Reasonable at $245,000 for an authentic V-12 Phaeton. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
PACKARD, 1936, Super-8 Dietrich Convertible Sedan. Divider window and accessory V-12 bumpers, radio, heater, Trippe lights, etc. 144-inch wheelbase, 384-cubic inch engine, one family owned over 50 years in California. Excellent original. Must see to appreciate. A premium Classic for $128,500. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
PACKARD, 1937, Dual-Windshield Phaeton. Custom one of one bodywork, history to actor Robert Taylor. CARavan proven, a stunning car! Continuous provenance, with photos back to 1948. Dual trunks, sidemounts, sidemount mirrors, cormorant, radio. $265,000. Contact Steve Snyder at the Vault Classic Cars, 714-401-1047. Many detailed photos at www.vaultcars.com.
PACKARD, 1939, V-12 1708 Series Convertible Sedan. Perfectly restored retaining much of the original paint and original upholstery. Full mechanical restoration including high-speed gears. Photos at www.rollingart.com. Ready to tour. Ph: 610-970-5257.
PACKARD, 1941, 180 LeBaron Sports Brougham originally owned by Sonja Henie, ice skating and movie star, #2 of 99 produced. Sold by Earle C. Anthony, California. Barola blue exterior, Riviera blue and gray interior. Total frame off restoration, over $300,000 invested, Concours winner, CCCA 100 points, AACA winner. Only 110 miles since restoration. Serious offers accepted. Call Frank, 561-578-0319.
PACKARD, 1941, Super-8 180 Convertible Victoria 1906. Custom body by Darrin. Overdrive, radio, heater. Restored by top winning shop. Previous national first award. Drives fantastic at freeway speeds with five new radials. Asking $285,000 for immediate sale. Trades, transportation arranged. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
PACKARD, 1942, 160 Super Eight Convertible Coupe. #133 of 165 built. Dual sidemounts, overdrive, dual heaters. Royal maroon with original brown and tan leather. Blueprinted and balanced engine, rebuilt overdrive transmission, Pertronix, hydraulic top conversion, 6 new 700Rx15 whitewalls. AACA winner, body never off frame. Big Sky CARavan in ‘08 never missed a bit or overheated, even at 11,000’, 70-75 mph all day long! Chuck Mitchell, Poughkeepsie, NY. 845-452-8239(h) or 914-474-0137(c). $149,500.
PACKARD, 1946, Custom Super 7-Passenger Limousine with divider window. Recent service, exhaust, etc. Drives excellent at freeway speeds with 356-cubic inch Super 8. Classic Car Club of America Full Classic® for only $23,500. Tom Crook, 253-941-3454.
ROLLS-ROYCE, 1935, 20/25, Freestone & Webb Sports Saloon (GYD42). $170,000 ground-up restoration by Hibernia Restorations, Hibernia, NJ. Complete documentation available. Immaculate. Will consider trade offers for later model Rolls-Royce, Bentley or $95,000 outright purchase. John Stephens, 1406 Stove Prairie Rd, Bellvue, CO 80512, Ph: 970-482-2719, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLASSIC CARS WANTED
Any Classics in any condition. I buy complete collections to single cars. In the same restoration business for 33 years. Mark www.claytonrestorations.com. 303-688-4035.
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.
Information on a 1922 Lincoln sport phaeton that was sold this summer at the Donald and Lynnette Short auction in Port Ludlow, Washington. Seeking history of car, previous owners, etc. David Schultz, 330-904-6289, email@example.com.