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1934  Auburn 652Y Cabriolet 
1934 AUBURN 652-Y CABRIOLET 1934 was a pinnacle design year for the automotive industry. The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Company was no exception. The art deco design of the 652-Y displayed tasteful side louvers, molded body lines including the fenders with sculptured lines, and the flowing grille to create perfection in styling. The Auburn offered here features a professionally executed restoration from the paint, chrome and body work, engine and drivetrain, to the undercarriage. A beautiful interior restoration includes correct green leather and carpeting plus an excellent fitting the “hide away” hartz cloth tan top with green leather piping as well. The rumble seat is also fitted in forest green. Please note the windshield folds forward to give a very sporting look !!. When it is raised, the roll up side windows fit perfectly to the top for a dry ride. The Auburn is powered by its original 210 cu in. inline six cylinder Lycoming engine mated to a three-speed transmission. In addition, to the four-wheel hydraulic brakes with power assist, the car is fitted with a highly desirable two-speed rear Columbia axle. The late owner had the Auburn certified with the ACD Club years ago and it carries number A278. Ready to tour or show ! $74,500.00
     
     
 
1941  Chevrolet Super Deluxe Convertible 
1941 CHEVROLET SPECIAL DELUXE CONVERTIBLE The 1941 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe and Special DeLuxe were a sensation from the day of their introduction. The two models were styled beautifully by Harley Earl of GM and were substantially bigger and more impressive then earlier models. The re-style in 1941 resembled more closely the costlier Buick. Over 1,000,000 Chevy’s were built in 1941, however only a mere 15,296 were convertibles. This beautiful example was an AACA National First Place winner in Hershey, PA. some years ago and have remained in that condition because of excellent prior ownership. It is highly optioned including a power top that works like new. Options include full fender skirts with rare proper chrome trim, gravel shields, parking lights, an electric clock, a working original radio, faux wood trim treatment on the dash and side trim, factory heater and a beautiful Hartz cloth top. The engine is the 216.5 ci inline 6 with a 3 speed transmission with vacuum assist. Priced below the cost of restoration at $62,500.
     
     
 
1959 Alfa Romeo 2000 
1959 Alfa Romeo 2000 Touring Spider This Alfa has had only 2 owners since purchased new 56 years ago. The total production from 1958 to 1961 was only 3200 cars. Alfa billed the 2000 as their luxury Touring Spider. Powered by a four-cylinder 1975 c.c. engine mated to two Solex carburetors, it had plenty of power for comfortable touring. The 5 speed synchro transmission was perfect for highway speeds. It was rated to travel at speeds up to 110 mph. Most of the 2000 Spiders were sold in Europe and few are seen in the U.S. This particular car has been carefully maintained and garaged over the years. I sourced 5 new Borrani stainless steel wire wheels and hubs and added them to the Alfa in 2015. That is an option rarely sold to owners when the car was new. The black hartz cloth top is excellent, though rarely raised!! An interesting item – the wood chest for the factory tools, still resides in the trunk area. I have shown the Alfa at Amelia Island and other Events with fave reviews. The styling by “Touring” is sensational. $135,000.
     
     
 
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