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1956 Buick SpecialBlack and white paint, new interior, 322 cubic inch V-8,
automatic transmission, wide white wall tires, cruise in comfort. SOLD
1957 Buick Special ConvertibleBeautiful restoration on red and white body with new red and white interior, original miles were approximately 38,0000 but the car has 0 miles since restoration was completed. The body was completely stripped to bare metal with only minor body work needed before painting. Most all of the chrome was re-plated, all new side glass, new weather stripping, new interior, new dash, new carpet, new trunk liner kit, new side panels, new top, new pad set and new top well. Everything in the interior was disassembled.
1958 Buick Special 4 Door SedanThis is a 49,000 actual mile car that was restored to original 10 years ago. It has since had only 300 miles and still shows like new, the chrome and stainless look real good, the body and paint are very nice as is the interior and glass.
1970 Skylark Convertible CustomH.O. 350 - 4 barrel, Auto on the floor, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Functional Ram Air, New Interior with carpet, Pinstripe, Black and White Bucket seats, Console with Gate Shifter, Good Dash with no cracks, New boot with new white top and rear glass window, Trunk redone with paint and carpet, Under the hood is original and clean but not detailed, Engine and Transmission have been rebuilt with less than 4,000 miles, car has 104,000 miles, Paint is new and very good condition with no chips. SOLD
1973 BUICK RIVIERA GS 455This rare Buick Riviera GS 455 (VIN number is 4Y87U3H459838) has a burgundy exterior with a black interior and only 81,870 miles. The car has a console floor shift automatic, front buckets, electric moon roof, power windows, power locks, power drivers seat and air conditioning. The interior is nice but there are a couple of seams that need repair, the body was repainted about 9 years ago and there was some rust repair at that time that is starting to show up again. SOLD
1934 5 WINDOW COUPE STREET RODThis "Little Red Hot Rod Coupe" is a 1934 Hudson 5 window coupe that has had a 4" chopped top, suicide doors, widened rear fenders to accommodate huge rear tires, Nova front clip with power disc brakes, Nova rear end with drum brakes, 305 Chevrolet V-8, 350 automatic transmission, GM tilt column, black and gray bucket seat interior, power steering, power brakes, am/fm/cassette and Crager wheels. The car was built in the 70's, it runs great and drives good. SOLD
1992 MAZDA B2200 X-CABOne owner purchased new in 92' with 36 miles on the truck. PS, PB, AC, 5-Speed Trans, 70K miles. Engine: Chrome wiper motor, valve cover, lower air cleaner, coil cover, hood prop rod, and master cylinder vacuum tube. White wire loom covering and stainless hose cover kit with chrome ends. Moroso spark plug wire separator. 8mm Plug wires with Bosch Platinum plugs. Amp Tech 150 amp alternator with 14.4 volt regulator. Optima drycell battery. Most of engine compartment small parts were removed painted... SOLD
1950 LINCOLN 2 DOOR COUPEBeautiful all original collector car in excellent condition, it has the original V-8 flathead motor along with the original automatic transmission and a completely restored interior including trunk. This car is complete right down to the four original hub cabs and includes wide white wall tires, spotlight, original radio, backseat fold out arm rest and the original emblem tag from an Albuquerque, New Mexico Dealership which until recently it has remained in New Mexico the entire life of the car SOLD
1951 LINCOLN SEDANAll original car. Looks and drives great! According to Automotive Information Clearing House, there are only 111 nationally registered. V-8 L-Head, 336.7 cubic inches, 154 horsepower at 3600 RPM, Holley 2-Barrell, 4 speed hydromatic Trans., 6 volt electrical system, Gas tank cleaned and coated, Electric Fuel Pump, Has Original Owners Manual, Wool Interior and Carpeting are all authentic.
1956 LINCOLN PREMIER COUPEThis excellent 1956 Lincoln Premier Coupe was purchased from the original owner in 1978 and is presently a two owner car. The original owner stored the car in 1961 with only 18,000 miles on the car, the present owner purchased the car in 1978 and in 1980 and had the car repainted with Imron paint. He also had the bumpers rechromed, had the trim replated and polished, the front seat recovered and replaced the carpet. The car was stored in a heated garage until 1993. SOLD
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