1942 Ford 2 Door with a 350 Chevy engine.
Marquette The Buick Motor Car Co. Flint, Michigan 1929-1931 The Marquette was an American Automobile built by The Buick Motor Car Co. in Flint, Michigan from 1929 to 1931. It was introduced as a new smaller Buick and designed to bridge the price gap between Buick and Oldsmobile.
This beautiful 1922 Ford Model T is ready to cruise around town or drive to a local car show. The '22 T is one of the most popular. It is equipped with a 22.5 horsepower four cylinder engine. Almost 600,000 1922 Ford Model T three door two passenger Touring Cars were produced. The price of a 1922 Model T was $335.00.
Chevrolet received it's first new styling since the start of World War II in 1949 and this Deluxe was the top of the line. The '49 Chevrolet was lower, sleeker and had redesigned front and rear fenders. Our car is painted Grecian Gray with a gray interior.
This 1949 Chevrolet was equipped with a 216 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine and a three speed transmission.
The Duesenberg was a luxury automobile made by The Duesenberg Automobile & Motors Company, Inc. of Des Moines, Iowa. Intended to compete with the most luxurious and powerful cars in the world such as the Rolls-Royce. The production run for the 1929 Duesenberg was 200 units. The price of the Duesenberg model J in 1929 ranged between $13,000 and $25,000. The highest price ever paid for a 1929 Duesenberg Model J at auction was $2,090,000 in 2014.
This outstanding collector car is a 1939 Studebaker Commander Sedan. It is grey in color inside and out. It is equipped with a 6 cylinder engine and a three speed standard transmission.
One of just 290 Convertibles built in 1940. This is a very rare 1940 Oldsmobile Custom 8 Convertible. Features include a 257 cubic inch 110 horsepower 6 cylinder engine and a 3 speed manual transmission. The exterior is painted in a light pastel green. The interior is red leather upholstery and a tan cloth top.
Beautifully restored 4 door 1936 DeSoto Airflow finished in classic Ascot Gray with beautiful gray cloth interior with only 10K miles.
This 1936 DeSoto Airflow has been wonderfully preserved and maintained over the years and most likely the most original, low mile Airflow in existence.
This is a rare 1947 1/2 ton Ford fat fendered pickup truck. It is equipped with a 59 A flathead V-8 engine and 3 speed transmission with factory floor shift.
The 1929 Essex Standard 4 door Sedan sold for about $800.00, was equipped with a 161 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine that developed 55 horsepower. The styling was the same as the 1928 Essex with only minor revisions.
This is an awesome green and black 1918 Willys Overland Model 90 Light Four touring car. It is equipped with an original inline 179 cubic inch 4 cylinder engine and a 3 speed transmission.
Beautifully restored 1928 Chevrolet National Series AB 2 Door Roadster that is ready for car shows, parades or a Sunday afternoon cruse in the country. It's 171 cubic inch 4 cylinder engine runs smoothly. The 28' Chevy is painted blue and black and has 67,000 original miles.
Other features include a new interior with a wood steering wheel, cowl lights and a black top.
This 1947 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible is finished in Chrysler Catalina tan with a tan top and white ash and mahogany trim. The interior is truly stunning with the striking combination of tan colored cloth, burgundy leather and tan carpeting.
Other features include factory radio, factory heater, dual spot lights, fog light, and an electrically powered top. This 1947 Chrysler is equipped with a Spitfire 135 horsepower 323 cubic inch eight-cylinder L-head engine and Fluid Drive semi automatic transmission.
This Cord Convertible Coupe is a a Model 812 and was built in 1937. It was one of just 130 Convertible Coupes built by Cord, during the life of the company. The Sportsman is a 2 passenger Cabriolet and is one of the rarest models built by Cord. The exterior color is Maroon and a has a maroon leather interior.
This 1937 Cord 812 "Sportsman" Convertible Coupe is equipped with a front wheel drive Lycoming V8 engine and a manual transmission.
The Hudson Motor Company introduced the Commodore in 1941 and would have had some success if were not for the second world war following the attacks on Pearl Harbor. In 1942 the Hudson Motor Company assisted in the war effort. Following the end of the WW ll, Hudson resumed production of Commodores.
This a nice '28 Chevrolet National AB 2 Door Coach. It is equipped with a 4 cylinder engine and a 3 speed transmission. The exterior color is a 2 tone blue and the interior color is a blue/gray. Very nice older award winning restoration that still looks great. Paint and interior are in excellent condition. A great Collector Car for show or drive.
Seldom seen completely stock with all Graham Hollywood trim, bumper guards. Only 1,400 produced in 1940, 400 in 1941. Car was originally equipped with a continental flathead 6 cylinder engine, some with supercharger.