- 15-hp DC electric motor
- Mechanical speed controller
- Rear-wheel mechanical brakes
- Semi-elliptic springs
- Formerly part of Harrah’s Collection
- Two-owner example of this rare early sports car
- Original DeSoto Hemi and Ford running gear
- Beautifully restored; just 122 miles since
- Formerly of the Nick Alexander Collection
- Rare Marmon-Herrington all-wheel-drive woodie
- Multiple award winner, including First in Class at Pebble Beach, 2003
- An unusual and very rare American post-war microcar
- The 88th of 97 examples produced
- Equipped with retractable hard top
- 176-ci L-head inline 4-cylinder engine
- Two-speed planetary transmission
- Owner states car retains correct engine, carburetor and rear end
- Driven 100 miles since driveline overhaul
Hen’s teeth, needle in a haystack, unobtanium: Any of these aptly describes a 1960 Edsel Ranger convertible, as only 76 were built.
This one is especially interesting, as it was produced on the last day of scheduled production. It is literally one of the very last Edsels built.
Equipped with the 352-ci 300-hp V8 engine, R35 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power windows and power seat, it demonstrates the Edsel idea well: the idea of getting more for Read More
This is not a restored car, but an original. It’s still in its original Dover White, Scottish Heather and Maltese Gray, with only minor touch-ups over the years to keep it in pristine condition.
This is number 268 of the 276 Packard Caribbean convertibles produced in 1956, the eighth-to-last one ever produced. It has its original 374-ci V8 engine with original components and automatic transmission.
Inside, the seats and top have been meticulously duplicated to the original specifications due to Read More
- Desirable open-top ’36 cabriolet model with rumble seat
- Elegant black with Apple Green pinstripe
- 221-ci Ford flathead V8 with dual exhaust
- Classic styling and reliable engineering
This amazing Ford woodie, incorporating numerous pieces of original Birdseye and Tiger Maple, was purchased new on January 2, 1947, by Jeanette Schaffer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It remained in the Milwaukee area until 1985.
The body was refinished in its original color of Maize Yellow many years ago, which is the only major work that has ever been completed or required. The wooden body is in remarkable condition for its age, with minor staining around several of the bolt and Read More
At a time in automotive history when American manufacturers were consistently arguing that “bigger is better,” Nash dared to be different. After creating a well-received concept car called the NXI, Nash believed that a small, efficient car could be successful amongst the sea of large cars being offered by the Big Three: Ford, GM and Chrysler.
In 1953 Nash put the redeveloped NXI into production, and starting in 1954, the car would be marketed as the Metropolitan. It would be Read More