Classic Cars for Sale
|1917 Abbott-Detroit 6-44
Founded in 1909 in Detroit, the Abbott Motor Car Company and its successors were typical early manufacturers assembling purchased components like Continental engines in proprietary frames and bodies. In Abbott's case the formula proved to be successful, achieving some success in production car ...
$67,500.00 Stock Number: 4678
|1953 AC Buckland
AC Cars, which eventually built the chassis and body for the Shelby Cobra, was started in the dawn of the automobile era as a builder of three-wheel delivery vehicles under the name "Autocarrier". The company's first venture into passenger vehicles were two-seat trikes like the Sociable with the ...
$52,500.00 Stock Number: 4949
|1925 Ahrens Fox NS4
The reliability, quality and performance of Ahrens-Fox fire apparatus is no more vividly demonstrated that by the preservation of the Ahrens-Fox brand into the 21st century on fire apparatus built by HME Corporation. Fire equipment gets, hopefully, little use but needs to be at its best on a ...
$235,000.00 Stock Number: 4804
|1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta
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$79,500.00 Stock Number: 4830
|1959 Alfa Romeo 2000
It was not until 1950 that Alfa Romeo introduced their first truly new postwar design, the 1900. It was the first Alfa built on a production line, and production numbers soared, but while the company had changed their production philosophy, they remained dedicated to performance and impressive ...
$130,000.00 Stock Number: 5069
|1940 American Bantam
Small cars have never enjoyed much success in America. The poster child for that statement is the American Bantam, a cheeky little automobile built in Butler, Pennsylvania under the aegis of super-salesman Roy Evans. The Butler factory was established by the British Austin company in 1930 as ...
$33,750.00 Stock Number: 4896
|1906 American Tourist
The 1906 American Tourist was the first production automobile designed by Harry C. Stutz. Its Stutz-designed side-valve four-cylinder 336 cubic inch engine broke no new ground but equally showed Stutz's appreciation for the desirable attributes of touring car engines, in this case a practical ...
$199,000.00 Stock Number: 4751
|1913 American Underslung Scout
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 experienced automobile designer in America. Stutz's distinction is that, unlike Henry Ford who fastened on the Model T and kept it largely static for two decades, ...
$95,000.00 Stock Number: 4967
|1909 Austin Model 60
'The Highway King' was the way Walter S. Austin of Grand Rapids, Michigan described the limited production automobiles he built. Starting in 1903 a few Austins were built each year with production never exceeding 30 cars in a year. They were massive vehicles designed for the rough roads of the day, ...
$650,000.00 Stock Number: 4814
|1955 Austin Healey 100-4
Introduced in 1952 Donald Healey’s Austin-Healey 100 had its 3-speed gearbox upgraded to a full 4-speed, still with overdrive on the top two gears, in 1955’s BN2. The BN2 also received slightly larger front wheel arches and two-tone paint as an optional extra. Still a rugged and capable sports car, ...
$79,500.00 Stock Number: 5034
|1908 Baker Electric
The Baker Motor Vehicle Company was one of the oldest and for many years the most successful electric vehicle manufacturer. Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1899 by Walter C. Baker, the company expanded though offering a diverse range of body styles on several standardized chassis and drivetrains, all ...
$89,500.00 Stock Number: 5009
|1964 Bentley S3
Bentley updated the S1 in 1959 with the marque's first V-8 engine, an aluminum masterpiece with 6,230cc and about 200 horsepower in the Bentley S2. After developing the V-8 for three years a new Bentley, the S3, was introduced in 1962. The more compact V-8 allowed Bentley (and its sister, the ...
$39,500.00 Stock Number: 4822
|1960 BMW 600
The success of the BMW-Isetta microcar ensured BMW's survival in the difficult economic environment of the mid-Fifties. As happens so often, it also conditioned consumers to expect more: more power than the BMW Isetta's 297cc 13hp single cylinder engine, more space than its diminutive 2-seat body, ...
$42,500.00 Stock Number: 4923
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 City, on to his son William, who had spent two years in Europe studying coachbuilding techniques and designs. Brewster was renowned for the quality of ...
$124,500.00 Stock Number: 4951
|1949 Buick Roadmaster
This is a serious automobile. It was restored at Hibernia for Robert Turnquist, Hibernia's owner and a recognized authority on classic cars and restorations and everything about it reflects the quality of Hibernia's craftsmanship, materials, attention to detail and meticulous preservation of a ...
$99,500.00 Stock Number: 4927
|1931 Cadillac 355A
In 1931 Cadillac offered an astounding array of models including V8, V12 and V16 engines, four cataloged wheelbase chassis and a nearly unimaginable array of cataloged coachwork from Fisher and Fleetwood. It was an offering that only General Motors, the titan of the American and indeed the world’s ...
$195,000.00 Stock Number: 5032