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1959 Chrysler Town and Country Wagon 
1959 Chrysler Windsor town and country Station Wagon This stunning Chrysler Wagon has traveled only 49,187 miles since new. It is finished in light ivory with a “copper spice” roof line complimented by a gray interior accented with and gold inserts. Only 977 of these Wagons were built in 1959. Equipped with its original 383 Golden Lion V-8 engine (6.3 L) and mated to a 3 speed “torqueflite” transmission, it has plenty of power to spare. Other power options include, power steering and brakes and a power rear tailgate window. A period air-conditioner is a great addition to the cabin. Also included are factory seat belts, tinted glass, and beautiful Chrysler chrome wire wheels. The entire car is in excellent condition and will turn heads when seen!! It drives great and extremely tight- no rattles!! $42,500.
1936  Packard Super 8 Convertible Coupe 
COMING SOON: Wonderful genuine 1936 Packard SU 8 Convertible Coupe ready to enjoy. Only 1500 Super Eights were built in 1936. Important to note that 1936 was the last year for the 385 cubic inch straight eight engine, as the smaller 325 cubic inch engine replaced it in 1937. Many styling changes including the 5 degree "tilted" back radiator shell added more style to the beautiful bodies offered. This Packard has a known history from NEW!!! Documented History: 1936 Packard 1404 Super-8 Convertible Coupe Roadster -- Vehicle ID# 14th 959-239 Sold new in Calgary, Alberta to Mr. Jack Baxter. He paid $5000 Canadian for the new Packard. He sold the car to Jim Brewster (Tour bus operator) several years later. It stayed in Canada with Murray Gamon next and shipped to Barph, Alberta where it stayed for many years. Murray shipped the Packard to Custom Auto in Santa Ana, California in 1966-67 for restortion. Completed, he drove it back to Victoria, B.C. to the classic Car museum in 1971. in 1991 it was sold to Gordon Levitt of Vancouver, B.C. It finally went to Seattle, Washington in 1997 and remained in a private collection until 2013. The collector passed away in 2013 and I pruchased the Packard in the restored condition as it is presented today. This is one of the best SOLID Packards I have ever driven. It is amazing AND includes a 2 speed rear end for highway crusing. $190,000.
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.