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These are cars we have had in our collection that have been sold at auction or private party.

First Place-Grand National Roadster Show-Model A Roadster
The Peterson Museum owns two examples of three-time AMBR Award winner Ermie Immerso’s work. It’s been seven years since Ermie Immerso’s AMBR Award winning ’32 Ford roadster Orange Twist sold to the Peterson Museum for $525,625. Golden Star sold at a tad over a quarter million. Its not likely the Peterson will sell either iconic car anytime soon, but there is another Immerso built roadster for sale. Its called the Immerso ’29 Highboy Roadster, and its available at Newport Classic Cars for $134,995. Ermie Immerso constructed this ‘29 Ford highboy roadster to the same exacting standards. It is the ultimate example of smoothie style meeting with time-honored hot-rodding traditions.

Price: $80,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
The Chadly Coupe - A Modern take on a Traditional Hot Rod
The Chadly Coupe - A Modern take on a Traditional Hot Rod
Road, or museum ready, you get an icon. The headlines on the cover of the May 2013 edition of Street Rodder magazine read “On The Road With A Real Hot Rod!” Offered for the first time since its hitch-free 4,000 mile reliability run from St Augustine Beach, Florida to Newport Classic Cars showroom in Southern California the Chadly Coupe is for sale. A modern take on a traditional hot rod this is the perfect car for the person wanting bulletproof reliability without sacrificing real hot rod style. The Chadly Coupe has appeared in Street Rodder and Car Kulture Deluxe (Coker Tire ad back cover ).

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
1941 Ford Pickup V8
Stunning quality with silky smooth paint over ultra-straight sheet metal. Everywhere you look is quality, from the highly detailed chassis to the interior and engine compartment. This truck has been part of a private collection for six years. Lots of options including fog lights, steering wheel knob, bumper guards, tire cover, inner and outer wheel trim rings, custom oak bed rails and smooth running 85hp Flathead V8. National Ford V8 Club Bob McCoppin award included.

Price: $50,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1951 Dodge Coronet 19,300-Mile Survivor
It’s hard to imagine there’s a more pristine unmolested example of a 1951 Dodge Coronet known to exist than currently offered by Newport Classic Cars. Stored indoors since the day it was sold new by Riegel Brothers Dodge in Spokane, Washington this mint condition un-restored survivor has only 19,300 original miles. Verified by the build sheet, and documentation (included with car) this four-door sedan was built on June 13, 1951 at the San Leandro, California assembly plant, and shipped by rail to Washington state. Among its options are a perfectly operating M-6 Gyro-Matic semi-automatic transmission, stainless steel wheel covers on 7.10 x 15-inch wheels, and glove box light.

Price: SOLD-$14,500 |  More Info   |  
1952 Chevrolet 3100 5-Window Pickup
Sold at Russo & Steel Scottsdale 2012. This is the perfect truck for the person that wants to own a 1952 Chevrolet pickup exactly as it would have rolled off the showroom floor in early 1952. Notice the 3100 emblems on the hood, these only appeared on early 1952 models. The reason cited most often is it helped conserve metal supplies for the Korean War effort. Everything about this ½-ton truck is just as right as it can be with a few optional extras added. The Barrett-Jackson wood fence for example. This isn’t just any ’52 Chevy 3100, but a highly collectable 5-window Deluxe Cab finished in Swift Red.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
35,000 Mile Survivor; Original, un-restored, un-molested and near perfect
This 1953 R110 Series International Harvester Travelall was purchased August 25, 1953 by Albert E. Tapp of Bremerton, Washington this vehicle and was used for hunting and for family camping trips to Yellowstone Park. Not long after the purchase, Mr. Tapp became disabled and even though he was not able to use the truck he kept it in storage. Upon his death the family decided to keep the truck and maintain it in storage because of the memories that went with it, but it was not driven. Twenty-five years after it’s original purchase, on January 6, 1978, Mr Tapp’s nephew, Mr. Loren M. Holms sold the Travelall to Mr Reed Dopf of Reno, Nevada who kept the truck in dry ...

Price: $62,995 |  More Info   |  
1954 Ford Sunliner Convertible
12-year, nut and bolt restoration to concours show standards. Fully powered including top, seat, windows, brakes, and steering. Continental Kit. Dual spotlights. Cover car for Automobile Collectible magazine in April 2006.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
1957 Chevrolet 3100
The best example to start a top quality restoration is on a truck that has never been subjected to rust. A close look at the key areas on this ’57 Chevy reveal its restorer began with a hard to find perfect rust-free example. A recent restoration, this Indiana Turquoise and Bombay White 1957 Chevrolet 3100 shortbed stepside pickup is fresh enough to appear in flawless condition, yet has been completed for a long enough time to confirm there’s no hidden surprises lurking underneath the paint and bodywork. The number one most important thing to look for when searching for a classic truck is to establish that it is a rust-free example.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
We think this beauty is one of only seven built.
In 1957, a young executive could afford to indulge himself ONLY if he was a very successful businessman working 40-48 hours a week. For example, let's say he chose the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible. The base price of the six-cylinder model was $2,511. Let's say, he decided to order the car "loaded". He added the 283 h.p. RamJet Fuel Injection V-8 for $484.00, backed by the "All New" Turboglide Transmission for $231.00. Being a Hot Rodder at heart, he added the 4:11 Limited Slip Differential for $45.00 and Power Steering...

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
A 5 year restoration for this rare Dusk Rose ThunderBird.
This is an absolutely gorgeous '57 T-Bird. It is ready for serious concours competition, touring or just staring at it parked in the garage. This Dusk Rose Thunderbird was a low mileage AACA Senior Award winner, winning it's National Award at Hershey in 1995. Five years later it received a full restoration. This car has less than 82,000 miles since new. By 2005 it benefitted from a full, no expense spared rotisserie restoration from the craftsmen at Performance Auto Group in New York. The restoration was fully documented and photos are included. The car runs and drives beautifully...

Price: $75,000 |  More Info   |  
Antique Automobile Club of America First Place Senior award winner.
Less than only 27,400 original miles on this '57 Star Chief. Restored by one of the countries top Pontiac specialists. Options include a factory 347cid engine with 3x2barrel carburetors.

Price: $85,000 |  More Info   |  
1958 Cadillac El Dorado Brougham
This rare car is one of 304 Eldorado Broughams sold in 1958. The 4-door with rear hinge doors was a luxury car that cost more than $13,000 new, more than the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud of the same year. It featured a stainless steel roof, the first automatic two-position "memory" power seat, automatic trunk opener/closer, polarized sun visors, electric antenna, automatic-release parking brake, electric door locks, dual heating system, Autronic Eye auto dim feature, power windows, forged aluminum wheels, air conditioning and an all-transistor signal-seeking car radio. It has had recent cosmetic restoration to the body including a fresh coat of the original Lake Placid Blue paint and new weather stripping.

Price: $175,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
Fuel injected 4-speed owned by the legendary Joie Chitwood of Thrill Show Fame
This is the stunning, "One of a Kind" 290 horsepower fuel injected 4-speed owned by the legendary Joie Chitwood of "Thrill Show Fame". A complete frame off restoration was done by the third owner and a recent refreshening was just completed to bring this historic automobile to concourse show condition. The car features a 4.11 positraction rear axle, 15 inch rims, and was ordered "Radio Delete", all of which are rare options!! Only 1007 fuel injected Corvettes were produced in 1958. Only a few featured the rare options that this car does. The car has also been awarded NCRS Top Flight. This is a three owner car with only 18,700 actual miles and includes the original 1958 registration signed by Joie...

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
Freshly restored Oldsmobile 98. The rarest of GM's 1959 convertibles.
It was inconceivable that the Harley Earl/General Motors juggernaut could be knocked off its pedestal, but that's exactly what Virgil Exner's "Forward Look" did when it debuted for the 1957 model year. Every Chrysler Corporation brand was lower and wider, with soaring fins and solid engineering. Harley ditched GM's 1959 product line after a bit of soul searching and dragged his team on an 11th-hour crash-course to redefine GM's style leadership. In spite of this, GM's styling in 1959 ...

Price: SOLD-$98,000 |  More Info   |  
1960 Austin Healey 3000 MARK I BN7
This exceptional 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 MKI BN-7 2-seat roadster was a solid, straight, long time California car. Finished in the traditional and lovely color scheme of Olde English White with red leather trim and black top. This rare and desirable 2-seater had completed an extensive cosmetic and mechanical restoration by Kurt Tanner Restorations to Austin-Healey Club Concours Gold level standards.

Price: $75,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
One of the longest production cars ever built. 35,534 Original Miles
This 1960 Lincoln Continental Convertible with white exterior, red leather interior and black top. Car has 35,534 original miles, original paint and interior and past Antique Automobile Club of America 1st place. This car is spot on, no stories or restoration. The paint and interior is beautiful. The complete drivetrain is original and great.The 1958 through 1960 Lincolns and Lincoln Continentals were the most massive American passenger cars produced since World War II, built on a 131-inch wheelbase with an overall length of 227.2 inches for the 1960 models. The Mark V convertible tips the scales at an impressive 5,176 pounds. Only 2,044 were produced.

Price: $85,000 |  More Info   |  
1961 Borgward Isabella
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Price: $25,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1961 Chevrolet Impala
The most uncommon of all high-performance full size automobiles ever produced by Chevrolet, this 1961 Impala SS Sport Coupe is one of 453 Super Sports built for the year. Although the SS option listed for a mere $53.80 on the window sticker the Catch 22 was the mandatory options required to complete the SS kit pushed the MSRP (manufacturers suggested retail price) of $2,704 to exceeding the four-thousand-dollar mark.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
Z Code 390/401hp factory Tri-Power engine. Factory documents and 19,000 original miles.
Rarely does one see a 1961 Ford Galaxie Convertible, and whoever ordered this car from the factory must have had quite an eye for performance. The original window sticker, which accompanies the car in its sale, reveals the “390 4V HI PERFM ENGINE” for the extra cost of $195.40. According to a Ford “Management Service Letter” dated September 28, 1960, the 390 High Performance had 10.6:1 compression ratio and developed 375 horsepower and 427 foot-pounds of torque with a single four-barrel carburetor. The original invoice is important to document this engine, because...

Price: $115,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1961 Chevrolet Impala - SOLD
Sold at Russo & Steele Scottsdale 2013. Here’s a ‘61 Chevy Impala “bubbletop” 2-door hardtop that was a perfect candidate for someone in search of a mint example to retain in its unmolested stock form, or the basis for building a resto-mod style grand tourer. Decoding the VIN 111837A134320 reveals the car is a 1961 (1) Impala V8 (18) 2-door hardtop (37) that was built at the Atlanta, Georgia assembly plant (A). The last six digits 134320 indicate the serial number. One of the most economical powertrains to maintain, and operate this car is powered by a 283 cubic-inch small-block Chevrolet V8 with cast-iron Powerglide automatic transmission.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
Original 29,679 miles on this 1961 Pontiac Catalina
Special order 389 c.i.d. tri-power engine with factory 4-speed. Original engine with P.H.S. documentation. Color and trim codes match. Rare venture decor options with eight lug wheels and deluxe steering wheel. Original paint, interior, glass and trunk. Car was delivered new to Graloski Pontiac in Cleveland, Ohio, and has complete owner history from new. One of the nicest original special order high performance Pontiacs with documentation.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
1962 Cadillac Series 62 with documented 34,605 actual miles.
This is an all original, rust-free 1962 Cadillac Series 62 with documented 34,605 actual miles. The previous owner stated nothing was ever placed in the trunk and the back seat was never sat on. The jack instructions are still intact. Features power windows, power seat, factory radio with power antenna, turn signals with directional lights on fenders, factory clock and working lighter that has never been used. All electrical equipment works as good as new. The car has never been smoked in, chrome ashtrays look brand new. This original matching numbers car is setting on wide whitewall tires with original hubcaps. Door jams look like new. Car has original manual and ice cold air conditioning.

Price: $31,500 |  More Info   |  
1962 Chevrolet Impala SS four-speed, dual quad, posi-trac 409CI/409HP
This close ratio four-speed, dual quad, posi-trac 409CI/409HP was built at the Janesville, Wisconsin plant and was purchased new in Omaha, Nebraska. The car was stored in a garage from 1969 to 1993, restored from 1993 to 1997 and underwent a second highly detailed restoration in 2000. The second highly detailed restoration (about as near perfect as you can get) has resulted in multiple Late Great Chevy National and Super Chevy Show restored original class wins and runner ups with scoring as high as 987 (out of 1,000). The cowl-tag confirms…
At 4.0 seconds, the 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS409 was the quickest 0-60 MPH American made car.

Price: $105,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1962 DAF Daffodil… the Micro-car with automatic transmission
Here’s a rare little Dutch treat that even the World’s most complete Micro-car collections do not have. The little guy is called a DAF Daffodil and not only is this particular automobile considered by DAF aficionados to be the best example left in existence, it is a scarce left-hand drive version originally sold new in the United States. That was 1962, and then in 1995 the original owner, a serious car collector undertook a complete rotisserie restoration at an expense exceeding $50,000. That’s over $75,000 in today’s money. Only time will tell, and it’s clear after 18 years the car’s condition has remained flawless indicating a perfect specimen was restored.

Price: $24,995 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
Iconic 1964 Impala SS409. This Texas car looks like it just rolled out of Detroit.
This is a fabulous car in a rare color combination of Midnight Dark Blue with Pale Blue interior. It was languishing in a temperature controlled museum for many years. It has been recently made available and it runs and drives like it looks. Absolutely beautiful Texas car looks like it just rolled out of Detroit. This is one fine 409. A matching numbers icon, with 340hp V8 engine. Excellent panel fit and finish. Sure to not disappoint even the most discerning Chevrolet collector.

Price: $45,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
Very rare B09 Police Intercept package with air conditioning and a 4-speed.
This 1964 Oldsmobile 442 is finished in white over blue interior. Provincial White over its all original, non-restored and excellent condition blue interior. Further equipped with rare air conditioning that works. Everything on this car works. All of the original parts are still on this car, including the near impossible to find dual snorkel B09 Police Package air cleaner and all the 442 famous "pursuit" package suspension parts as well. Sold new from Harry Cramer Olds out of Middeltown, PA for a cost of $3,537.10. Original wheels with period correct new Red line tires. 2,999 of these first real 442 cars were made.

Price: $52,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
By Land or By Sea, This 1966 Amphicar is unstoppable.
Total ground-up restoration finished in 2008 to concours quality. Restoration done to original condition with original parts. Still have original spiked spare tire. Has original Amphicar color blue, engine rebuilt and ready to swim. Won Most Unique Peoples Choice Award at the Concourse de Elegance in Boca Raton, FL in 2009 and also best Amphicar at the Classic Boat Show at Lake Dora, FL.

Price: $80,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1966 Dodge Coronet 500 Street Hemi
Talk about a Street Hemi with an impressive provenance — This immaculately restored 1966 Dodge Hemi Coronet 500 was born into Mopar racing royalty. Confirmed by Galen Govier the original owner special ordered this car new from Mr. Norm’s Grand-Spaulding Dodge in Chicago, Illinois, a dealership world famous for selling Super/Stock Dodges for street and strip. Govier documented the car’s mileage in his 41-page report showing a photo of the speedometer with the odometer reading a spectacularly low 07,821 miles. Additionally with supporting text “Current mileage shows: 07,821 miles.” Such low miles are hard to imagine, but all one has to do is see this car in person to believe it’s true.

Price: $85,995 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
First Year of the Modern Style Beetle. Lived its life in "the OC" California.
This 1968 VW sedan was originally sold in Southern California, and lived most of its life in Orange County, California. It has undergone a ground-up restoration to return it to it's original condition and beauty. The quality two-stage repaint is the original Sahara Beige. The engine is restored like the original single port 1600cc, not matching numbers, but all correct for 1968. Complete new interior from the carpet to the headliner. This boasts the original Sapphire IV AM VW radio and new original steering wheel. All new...

Price: SOLD-$11,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi Govier documented 426cid two 4-barrel HEMI with 425hp
From the Dave's Garage Car Collection. You are looking at a very special, matching numbers 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. This vehicle underwent a compete restoration with attention to every detail. This vehicle's schedule build date was Monday December 22, 1969 and built in Hamtramck, MI. Optioned with the 426cid two 4-barrel HEMI with 425hp, A833 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst Pistol Grip, Dana 60 Sure Grip rear end, EB5 blue exterior and black vinyl bucket seats. Govier documented and provided with the car.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
Totally Original. 33,017 miles. 1974 Chevrolet LUV Pickup
This is what the previous owner said when I purchased this Truck. "As a lifetime General Motors lover and collector, I had to have this little Chevy Luv the second I saw it. It is in remarkable condition in every way. She was donated to a local charity by, as I understand, her original owner. I was notified immediately and added her to my collection. It's nice to have friends in the right places. I still have the 30+ year old certificate of title signed-off by the elderly gentlemen and his wife...

Price: $8,500.00 |  More Info   |  
1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur LWB
No other luxury automobile makes a statement like owning a Rolls-Royce. Introduced in 1980 the first generation Roll-Royce Silver Spur spanned the decade with only 6,238 hand built examples leaving Crewe, before culminating Silver Spur 1 production in 1989. The low-mileage Rolls-Royce Silver Spur LWB offered here represents one of only 200 Silver Spurs produced for 1984. This US specification car with only 64,130 original miles was sold new by High Point Rolls-Royce in High Point, North Carolina. The exterior is finished in Royal Blue with a Dark Blue Everflex roof. The interior is upholstered in Dark Blue Connolly leather with Light Blue Woolton wool carpeting.

Price: $17,500 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1987 Toyota Truck
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Price: $10,000 |  More Info   |  
2007 Maserati Quattroporte Executive GT
This flawless 2007 Maserati Quattroporte has 1792.2 documented original miles, and is a one owner car garaged in a climate-controlled environment since new. It is the Executive GT model with a long list of special-order factory installed options that include *Alacantara Headlining $1550.00 * Heating System for Rear Seats $860.00 * Piping QP $300.00 * Ball Polished 19-inch Alloy Wheels $3500.00 * Stitching $275.00 * Wood/Black Leather Steering Wheel $1000.00 * Mahogany interior trim W/Bois Rose Madagascar Rosewood $800.00 * Spare wheel +trous $700.00 * Exterior: Bordeaux Pontevecchio pearl * Interior: Cuoio (burnt orange) premium leather piped, and stitched in Bordeaux premium leather * MSRP $125,485.00

Price: $51,995 |  More Info   |  
Bruce Willis’ ‘55 Chevy Nomad
Die-Hard Battery Included -
Hollywood action star Bruce Willis was the previous owner of this beautiful Skyline Blue and India Ivory ‘55 Chevrolet Nomad 2-door hardtop wagon. We’ve heard because Bruce was born on March 19, 1955 he wanted a Nomad manufactured in the year of his birth. In a hand-signed note included with the car Bruce recalled “the car brought me many years of fun, and happy memories” On camera, and in his personal life Bruce has always had an appetite for high-performance automobiles — Chevrolet Corvettes in particular.

Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  
Datsun Truck
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Price: SOLD |  More Info   |  


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