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1938 Chrysler Royale touring sedan, solid original car, looks good, runs great $13,900

1941 Fords (two),a cosmetically refurbished conv & a driving, restorable business cpe.

1952-54 Ford Victorias (three), a restorable '52, a museum kept '52 and a mild custom '54. Priced from $4950-$19,500

1953 Ford Country Sedan wagon, low miles, flathead V8, overdrive $19,500

1953 Ford Crestline Victoria in Flamingo Red and Sungate Ivory, unmolested, as nice as they come $21,900

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air wagon from San Diego, 265 V8, 3-spd standard, w/ decent Onyx

Black paint $19,500

1955-56 Fords (many), a conv, hardtops, sedans & wagons priced from $2,950-$33,900

1960 Chevrolet C10 pickup, an excellent original truck, expensively restored $23,900

1960 Ford F-100 1/2-ton panel truck, solid, original, driveable, needing cosmetics.$3,950 1960 Lincoln Continental Hess & Eisenhardt Mark V Town Car, unique & original..$26,900

1964 Corvair convertible, 4-speed, nice top and interior, awaiting repaint $8,950

1964 Cadillac Eldorado conv, older paint, top and interior-a good driver $21,900

1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible, completely refurbished, finished in Target Red, road ready $17,900

1968 International 1100 1/2-ton pickup, no rust, one family since new, recent mechanical updates $8,950

1971 Mercury Cyclone coupe , a rust free, "survivor" car, from AZ, sharp, correct and road ready $10,900

1973 Chevelle El Camino fully equipped with a 454 V8, air and graphics $10,900

MANY, MANY MORE! Reasonably priced, reliable delivery available.

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1957 Chevrolets, (four), a restored conv, a low mileage 210 two-door, a Bel Air Sport Coupe; and a one-family owned Bel Air four-door, (pictured).

1957 Chevrolets, (four), a restored conv, a low mileage 210 two-door, a Bel Air Sport Coupe; and a one-family owned Bel Air four-door, (pictured).

1959 Chevrolet 3100. As values of more desirable models of collector cars escalate, p/u trucks are becoming an increasingly interesting alternative, especially models like this 1959, 3100 Series 1/2 ton, w/the big back window, factory Jet Black, unusually equipped w/283 V8, Hydramatic auto trans and ps. A looker and goer. $24,900

1959 Chevrolet 3100. As values of more desirable models of collector cars escalate, p/u trucks are becoming an increasingly interesting alternative, especially models like this 1959, 3100 Series 1/2 ton, w/the big back window, factory Jet Black, unusually equipped w/283 V8, Hydramatic auto trans and ps. A looker and goer. $24,900

1940 Fords, (four), a megabuilt, Deluxe resto-mod coupe, (pictured); a unique Siebert hearse reconfigured as a windowed sedan delivery; a restored Standard coupe; and a Standard Tudor street rod. $54,900-$21,900

1940 Fords, (four), a megabuilt, Deluxe resto-mod coupe, (pictured); a unique Siebert hearse reconfigured as a windowed sedan delivery; a restored Standard coupe; and a Standard Tudor street rod. $54,900-$21,900

1930 Model A Fords, (two), an excellent Lentville built huckster, (pictured); and an older refurbishing of a decent rumble seat roadster. $21,900-$17,900

1962 Chevrolet Impala convertible, once removed from the family that bought it new and lovingly refurbished, with new Tuxedo black paint, top and complimenting interior. Runs a crate 350, with Turbo 350 auto, but the original, rebuilt 283 and Powerglide are available. Sharp, reliable "bowtie" ride. $29,900

1962 Chevrolet Impala convertible, once removed from the family that bought it new and lovingly refurbished, with new Tuxedo black paint, top and complimenting interior. Runs a crate 350, with Turbo 350 auto, but the original, rebuilt 283 and Powerglide are available. Sharp, reliable "bowtie" ride. $29,900

1961 Corvette, two top roadster, a true "survivor" car from the niece of the previous owner of over thirty years. This is an authentic car with the correct CT code, (dual quad) motor, currently running a single 4-barrel but all the correct components are included. It is finished in the factory Ermine White with Sateen Silver coves, (one repaint from new) and an excellent, original, red interior. The car rides on nearly new, bias ply wide whitewalls and it drives out flawlessly-not a show quality car but extremely nice and unmolested. $54,900

1957 Pontiac Star Chief Safari wagon, one of 1,292 produced. Virtually rust-free North Carolina car, refinished in the correct Fontaine Blue and Kenya Ivory, matching leather, factory interior, excellent chrome, stainless. 347 CID engine w/ updated carb and ignition, (OE included), Hydramatic transmission is rebuilt. New brakes, new radial wide whites, factory power steering components are included. $29,900

1970 Chevelle El Camino SS396, a nearly flawless, very expensive refurbishing of an excellent, orig car, equipped with matching #s Bb engine, (just rebuilt at over $9,500), factory 4-spd, ps, pb, factory air. This is the El Camino to have. $26,900

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