Vehicles in Inventory

1956 Bentley S1 Saloon

Stock Number: 5011  |  Price: $63,500

The Bentley S-type and Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud represented important changes for Bentley and Rolls-Royce with an all new independent front suspension X-braced chassis, wider track, ...

1959 Porsche 356A Convertible D

Stock Number: 5261  |  Price: $189,500

In 1958 Porsche succeeded its popular Speedster with the Convertible D, a similarly lightweight, sparsely-equipped sports convertible but now with more comfortable cabriolet-style seats, roll-up ...

1967 Sunbeam Tiger Convertible

Stock Number: 5206  |  Price: $79,500

Part of Britain’s Rootes Group since 1935, Sunbeam persisted as a separate marque and frequently built particularly attractive if sometimes idiosyncratic cars well into the ...

1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III LWB Saloon

Stock Number: 5192  |  Price: $69,500

A rare LWB Cloud III without division window, this is a great original car.  This vehicle just arrived. A complete description is coming soon. Please ...

1936 Cadillac Series 36-75 Convertible Sedan

Stock Number: 5257  |  Price: $169,500

A multiple first place award winning restoration that received it’s CCCA Premier badge in June 2014.  A stunning concours quality car ready to show with ...

1961 Alvis TD21 Coupe

Stock Number: 5216  |  Price: $59,500

A very nice older restoration on a long time California car.  The car has just arrived, and a complete description is coming soon. Please call ...

1942 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe

Stock Number: 5134  |  Price: $49,500

In December of 1941, the United States entered the Second World War, and by February of 1942 civilian automobile production throughout the country had been ...

Vehicles in Sales Archive

1915 Brewster Town Car

James Brewster began building carriages in New Haven in 1810; his son Henry succeeded to the business, passing the company, now based in New York ...

1936 Panhard Panoramique X73 Sedan

Panhard et Levassor is one of the founding names in the history of the automobile, tracing its origins to Emile Levassor’s 1891 prototype with an ...