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1956 Chrysler 300B Coupe 
1956 Chrysler 300B Coupe Just arrived 4/1/2018 Fresh out of an Estate, this 300B was the subject of a body-off every nut and bolt restoration. The 300 was built in 1956 as the second generation of the now famous 300 series by Chrysler. It features a 354 Hemi engine mated to a quad induction system. In order words “two four barrel carburetors”. It is one of only 1002 built in 1956 and many are now lost in time or have become parts cars. Only 290 are known to be registered cars at this time. Luckily, this 300 has been given a fantastic restoration over 10 years ago and stored shortly afterwards in a private collection. This 300 is finished in Regimental Red with light buckskin leather. The paint is exceptional and has held up well over the years. The leather, headliner, door panels and carpeting are done to the highest standard by Gary Goers, a well known Mopar provider. On personal inspection, I believe you will agree with my assessment. Equipped with power steering , power brakes and the Chrysler Power Flite automatic push button transmission, it is effortless to drive. It also has a very rare option- a steering wheel clock in addition to the standard clock mounted on the glove-box door plus a factory AM Electro Touch Tuner radio with a rear speaker. I have many more pictures available on request showing details of the body and interior.
1936  Buick 665 Sport Coupe 
1936 Buick Century Sport Coupe General Motors produced only1001 of the Century Sport Coupes with dual sidemounts and a rumble seat. The Series Sixty Coupe is indeed a rare car today. This is body #891. Only FOUR of these Harley Earl designed coupes have been known to exist today. The Sport coupe has exceptional long flowing lines and is pleasing from every angle. It rides on a 122 inch wheelbase and is powered by the original Buick Valve-in-head Straight Eight Engine. It develops 120 hp with a displacement of 320 cubic inches. A three speed transmission with a single plate 11 inch dry clutch and silent helical gear Syncro-mesh setup performs like new. The four-wheel brakes are fully hydraulic. Options include: heater, dual sidemounts, wheel trim rings, fog lights, rumble seat, electric clock, and modern seat belts and turn signals for safety. This particular Sport Coupe has proven it is a strong and reliable touring car. It was driven from Canada, thru Colorado over the Eisenhower Pass and onto Disneyland in Anaheim, California on the Race. Today it is still a beautiful car with its contrasting dark blue fenders and cream main body as it was -driven cross-country. $49,500.
1940 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe 
1940 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe Model 06H 72A Coupe Body #808 Original Color: Burgandy, gray broadcloth interior, Whitewall tires, trim B, Delivered 1/30/1940 in Chicago, IL. (REF: Benson Ford Research Center. The Henry Ford Museum Lincoln Automobile record) This beautiful restored V-12 Coupe was the second generation of the Zephyr with the same basic frontal design pioneered on the 1938 model. The long sloping rear-end of the body is exceptional in design. Over $100,000 was spent on the restoration and all of the invoices are with the car. It was owned by a great friend and car collector of mine. He did not spare any expense to have the Lincoln ready to show and more importantly drive!! Powered by the original V-12 flathead, Lincoln upted it to 292 cubic inches with a maximum horsepower of 120 in 1940 for better performance. The previous owner did tasteful upgrades on the power plant as seen in the pictures. The period 3 carburetor setup was his choice as well as a Columbia 2 speed rear end for highway cruising. The complete nut and bolt restoration took three years to complete. (2007-2010) After the restoration, the Zephyr was displayed in a private collection until 2016 and rarely driven. Priced at $129,500.