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
|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
|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 ...
$235,000.00 Stock Number: 4751
|1985 Aston Martin Lagonda
In 1976 flared, bellbottom trousers and flowered shirts were in vogue. A gallon of regular gas cost 57 cents. The Concorde started supersonic service between Europe and the US. ABBA climbed the pop charts. 'Punk' became popular, in style and music. And right in there with open marriage and Afro ...
$48,500.00 Stock Number: 4623
|1964 Austin Healey 3000 MK III
Austin-Healeys evolved dramatically during the marque's brief life. It's hard to accept today that from the debut of the first four-cylinder BN1 in 1952 to production of the last grand touring BJ8 covered a span of only seventeen years. But that's all it took. The final Big Healey, the 1964-1968 ...
$67,500.00 Stock Number: 4666
|1961 Autobianchi Bianchina
Autobianchi emerged from the rubble of World War II in the mid-Fifties building specialized versions of Fiat's resurgent 500 ranging from sporty convertibles to practical hatchbacks and even small box vans. Based on the 500's rear-mounted two-cylinder 479cc 15hp engine, 4-speed transaxle, floor pan ...
$29,500.00 Stock Number: 4818
|1936 Bentley 4.25
After Rolls-Royce acquired Bentley's assets in 1931 it quickly terminated the 8-Liter model which threatened the Rolls-Royce Phantom's lock on the British luxury market. The Bentley name and reputation, however, had great value in the marketplace for sporting and owner-driven automobiles and ...
$75,000.00 Stock Number: 4803
|1936 Brewster Ford
Economic and social pressure sunk the market for luxury town cars during the Great Depression but Brewster found a new market for its coachbuilt bodies on a most improbable chassis, the Ford V-8. Built to Brewster's consistently high standards of construction, fit, finish and appointments, the 112 ...
$97,500.00 Stock Number: 4727
|1910 Buick Model 10
In 1910 Buick built nearly 10,000 more automobiles than Ford. Production of the Model 10 alone, with its 22.5 horsepower 165 cubic inch valve-in-head four-cylinder engine and two-speed planetary gearbox, was 10,998 cars, over half of Ford's 1910 Model T production of 19,050 units. Identified by ...
$48,500.00 Stock Number: 4805
|1931 Buick Series 90
Buick offered not only a wide range of models from moderately priced to luxury but also exceptional value and performance from the valve-in-head engines which had powered Buicks since the marque' origin. It was the backbone of General Motors and its managers constantly pushed to encroach on ...
$99,500.00 Stock Number: 4748
|1941 Buick Limited
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$42,500.00 Stock Number: 4839
|1918 Cadillac Type 57
The history of the V-8 engine is long and while not unique to North America achieved its first, most notable and longest expression there where Cadillac was one of its earliest and easily its most notable and consistent adherent. After a brief dalliance with big fours Cadillac introduced its first ...
$53,500.00 Stock Number: 4789
|1921 Cadillac Type 59
Cadillac felt less pressure than most American luxury car manufacturers to update its models annually, although that was soon to change under Alfred P. Sloan's leadership. The Model 59 was built from 1920 through 1921 and the latter year saw Cadillac move into a new 2 1/2 million square foot ...
$44,500.00 Stock Number: 4690
|1929 Cadillac Model 341B
A half-century ago this elegant Fleetwood-bodied 1929 Cadillac 341-B V-8 Transformable Town Cabriolet might have been sacrificed to re-create a roadster or sport phaeton. Today its elegance, rarity, style and delicious originality set it apart from its contemporaries and assure its survival as one ...
$99,500.00 Stock Number: 4816
|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 which only General Motors, the titan of the American automobile industry, ...
$199,500.00 Stock Number: 4891
|1937 Cadillac Twelve
Cadillac is believed to have built only eleven of the Fleetwood bodied padded leather roof Style 37-7509F Formal Sedans in 1937 on the V-12 chassis, the last year for Cadillac's smooth, quiet, powerful V-12 engine. Only one of them, this example, is known with the sloped back passenger compartment, ...
$72,500.00 Stock Number: 4750