1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible

  • Offered from the Gernatt Collection
  • 275-hp, 352-ci V8 automatic
  • Frame-off restoration 2016
  • White Jade, Zircon, Sapphire
  • Power windows, seat, top, steering and brakes
  • Clock and Wonder Bar radio
  • Chrome wires, shod with wide whitewalls
  • Packard’s most deluxe model for 1955 and one of only 500 produced

1952 Muntz Jet

In 1949, Frank Kurtis started building an aluminum-bodied 2-seater sports car under his own name. However, by 1950 he sold the operation to Earl Muntz, who made his fortune selling used cars to returning servicemen, as well as Kaisers and Frazers along with his Muntz television sets. He was known all over Southern California for his outrageous radio and television ads that earned him the sobriquet of “Madman Muntz.”

The Muntz Jet offered is thought to have been owned by Read More

1954 Taylor Aerocar

  • One of six built
  • The only vehicle in the U.S. that is both air- and roadworthy
  • Full FAA certification
  • Lycoming 0-320 engine
  • Wings, propeller and fuselage may be towed behind and can be attached in under 30 minutes
  • 15,254 miles
  • 781 flight hours