Vehicles in Inventory

1956 Bentley S1 Saloon

Stock Number: 5011  |  Price: $84,500

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, ...

1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spyder

Stock Number: 5203  |  Price: $52,500

The Giulia Spider was immensely popular and a staple of Alfa Romeo production in the late 1950s and early 1960s, but the Duetto Spider introduced ...

1973 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

Stock Number: 5171  |  Price: $39,500

In 1971, GM’s full-sized cars were redesigned, and the E-body Cadillac Eldorado was again available as a convertible with fender skirts were reintroduced over the ...

1972 BMW 3.0 CS Coupe

Stock Number: 5212  |  Price: $48,500

This BMW 3.0 CS was sold new on June 8, 1972 to Bernard Von Ammon of San Francisco, California, but the story goes back quite ...

1913 American Underslung Scout Roadster

Stock Number: 4967  |  Price: $95,000

Harry Stutz formed the American Motor Car Company in 1905. By that time he was, even though not yet thirty year old, arguably the most ...

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 ...

1905 Oldsmobile Curved Dash

Stock Number: 5227  |  Price: $0

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1941 Cadillac Sixty Special Sedan

Stock Number: 5129  |  Price: $39,500

Introduced in 1938, the Cadillac Sixty Special was Bill Mitchell’s first project as head of Cadillac and LaSalle styling, and became one of the most ...

1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Convertible

Stock Number: 5193  |  Price: $67,500

The W113 had big shoes to fill when it was introduced in 1963, as it was meant to take the place of both the 300 SL ...

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 ...