Vehicles in Inventory

1922 Marmon Model 34 Speedster

Stock Number: 5542  |  Price: $189,500

If someone were asked to name the greatest and most advanced car companies of the early 20th century, names like Duesenberg, Packard and Cadillac might ...

1937 Cord 812 Custom Beverly Sedan

Stock Number: 5452  |  Price: $97,500

At first glance, the Cord 810/812 may not seem like it is a car born of the Great Depression. But at that time, high end manufacturers were struggling ...

1921 Heine-Velox V-12 Limousine

Stock Number: 5655  |  Price: $225,000

The annals of automotive history are rich with fascinating and eccentric characters. For every Henry Ford or Enzo Ferrari, we have dozens of other bit ...

1936 Ahrens Fox BT Firetruck

Stock Number: 5634  |  Price: $199,500

John P. Ahrens and Charles H. Fox of Cincinnati, Ohio, built their first motorized fire engine in 1911 just as the curtain was closing on ...

1937 Studebaker Coupe Express Truck

Stock Number: 5584  |  Price: $77,500

Studebaker’s roots trace well back before the days of the automobile. The South Bend, Indiana firm got its start way back in 1852 building horse-drawn ...

1937 Cord 812 Phaeton

Stock Number: 5556  |  Price: $139,500

Gordon Beuhrig’s Cord 812 is one of the most recognizable and iconic American automobiles of the classic era. The 810 and 812 were devised by ...

2003 Acura NSX Targa

Stock Number: 5645  |  Price: $99,500

Certain marques come to mind immediately when the term “thoroughbred automobile” is used.  Other automobiles fulfill that promise selectively.  The Acura NSX is one of ...

1954 MG TF Roadster

Stock Number: 5676  |  Price: $34,500

MG had enjoyed tremendous success in post-war America, thanks in large part to the returning servicemen who caught the sports car bug while serving overseas. ...

Vehicles in Sales Archive

1928 Packard 443 Phaeton

Packard was at the height of their golden age in the late 1920’s. They were enjoying steady commercial success with the junior six-cylinder models, a ...

1928 Locomobile 8-70 Sedan

Originally a steam car builder founded by the Stanley brothers, Locomobile became America’s premier luxury car builder under the guidance of S.T. Davis, Jr., son-in-law ...

1938 Bantam Boulevard Delivery

The American Austin Automobile Company was founded in 1929, in Butler Pennsylvania. As the name would imply, they built mildly “Americanized” versions of the British ...

1940 LaSalle 40-52 Convertible Sedan

In the introduction to his book Engines of Change, Paul Ingrassia notes the paradigm shift embodied in 1927, the year Ford’s eminently practical Model T ...

1929 LaSalle Series 328 Convertible Coupe

In Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.’s hierarchy of aspirations, LaSalle may have been the ‘Junior Cadillac’ but there was nothing junior about its low, long-hood sleek ...

1927 Bugatti Type 35 B Replica

The Type 35 is quite simply the definitive prewar Bugatti Grand Prix car. Technically sophisticated and extremely successful in racing, the Type 35 is also ...

1936 Packard Eight Phaeton

This is a truly fabulous Packard. 1936 was the last year Packard offered an open car without rollup windows and it was only available as ...

1967 Detomaso Mangusta Coupe

Alejandro De Tomaso was not only a talented racer, he was a man with a vision which included building his own high performance automobile. His ...

1988 DeTomaso Pantera GT5-S Coupe

Argentine native Alejandro DeTomaso left his home country in the early 1950’s to pursue a career as a racing driver. He enjoyed moderate success behind ...

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…uality cars hasn’t been able to keep up with the increased demand that comes with a growing hobby. As a result, finding and buying the right car is often the most challenging aspect of the hobby. But it’s also a lot of fun. The quest for a vintage car can be local, nationwide or international in scope. What’s more, there are more ways than ever in…