Vehicles in Inventory

1987 Jaguar XJ12 Vanden Plas Sedan

Stock Number: 5305  |  Price: $23,500

The Jaguar XJ6 was the long awaited replacement for both the Mark X and S-Type Saloons of the 1960’s. The XJ had an all-new body ...

1987 Jaguar XJ6 Sedan

Stock Number: 5306  |  Price: $19,500

The Jaguar XJ6 was the long awaited replacement for both the Mark X and S-Type Saloons of the 1960’s. The Mark X had been criticized ...

1949 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Limousine

Stock Number: 5310  |  Price: $39,500

In the 1940’s, Rolls Royce had survived the war effort and was finally back in the business of building cars. The Silver Wraith was the ...

1973 Citroen DSuper5 Convertible

Stock Number: 5303  |  Price: $105,000

It is no coincidence that Citroen’s most brilliant design is called the DS. It so happens that the French word for Goddess is Déesse, pronounced ...

1949 Willys Jeepster Convertible

Stock Number: 5325  |  Price: $24,500

Following World War II, Willys-Overland was in need of a civilian passenger vehicle that would hopefully appeal to a broader audience than its line of ...

1971 Datsun 240Z Coupe

Stock Number: 5324  |  Price: $29,500

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1966 Jaguar MKX Sedan

Stock Number: 5298  |  Price: $79,500

The big, luxurious Jaguar Mark X saloon debuted in 1961 and was Jaguar’s largest and best equipped car to date. The massive Jag was fitted ...

1961 Alvis TD21 Coupe

Stock Number: 5216  |  Price: $59,500

Started in 1917, Alvis began automobile production in 1920 and continued into the early days of World War II, resuming production in 1946. The first ...

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Saloon

Stock Number: 5286  |  Price: $73,500

Rolls-Royce’s ‘small’ car, known as the 20hp, was introduced in 1922 with a 3,127cc six-cylinder engine, as the post-World Way I recession intersected increasing labor ...

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 ...