Sold: 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV
- For Sale
- 26,800 miles
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This 1941 Plymouth Business Coupe ( NO BACK SEAT) is for sale and also listed as best offer. Today this car is getting updated in the next two weeks to a new intake and have the fuel tank checked for a vent problem. Other than this issue the car is in perfect condition. Car is all steel and NO fiberglass fenders. If i looked this good at 80 years old i will be very happy. This car has the following.
New 355 roller motor. New rebuilt 350 Turbo transmission and 2500 stall. New drive shaft. New fat man front steering rack and bushings. New all wheel disc brakes. New exhaust. 4 New tires. New side marker led lights. New four barrel carburetor. New stainless Fan Shroud. New air condition pump. All electric windows. All electric seats. Power steering. All push button door locks. Push button Trunk opener. Battery mounted in the rear. All the gauges work. Radio is blue tooth with CD player. Full size spare tire. Has a pop up hood scoop ( old time air condition)
Car was chopped 3″ in the roof line. Car was widened 2″ in the fenders. Car has no rust or cancer. has 40 series mufflers and has a rumble. If you want it more quiet just change the mufflers to a 50 series. Car is for sale local also. Car is kept in a climate controlled garage and never run in the rain.
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- 0 miles
1967 GTO Convertible. Period correct 67 WS code engine professionally built to 472 stroker with F/I with over 500 HP, 4 wheel disc brakes, QAI Level 2 Coil Over suspension kit. P.H.S. Documented to true 242 GTO red with parchment interior with white top. Original A/T car converted to 4 speed 3:73 Gears Rotisserie Restoration with pictures and documentation. Show quality paint, new Legendary interior, new top, and an extra set of new Rally 1 Wheels with red line tires. Everything on the car is new or rebuilt, too much to list.
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- 0 miles
Very rare 1960 Ford Sunliner convertible. The only year of this unique style, offered horizontal rear fins and dual headlights. This design replaced the ornamentation of the Fords of the 1950’s with a new sleek look. Some say “the wildest car produced in the 60’s” It is the widest produced car in the US, it is a half inch wider than a 1959 Cadillac.
This is a Y code car with numbers matching 352 4 Barrel V8, 360HP and 3 Speed Cruise-o-Matic transmission.
It has power steering & windows and front bench seat. It also has a white power convertible top
- For Sale
- 6,000 miles
Up until 1955, Rolls-Royce relied exclusively upon coachbuilders to produced the bodies of their cars. Chassis, complete with functional drivetrains and grilles, would leave the Rolls-Royce factory to be built into custom works of art tailored to clientele’ needs. Unfortunately, this vehicle production method was prohibitively expensive and was largely falling out of favor by the beginning of the 1950s. That mindset shifted with the introduction of the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, a new steel-bodied sedan produced in conjunction with Bentley and powered by a brand-new 6.2-liter aluminum V8. However, Rolls-Royce would not wholly abandon the art of coachbuilding. Select models of their new Silver Cloud II, such as the drophead coupe and alloy-bodied cars, were constructed by the artisans at Mulliner Park Ward, James Young, and Hooper.
This 1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II is a rare Mulliner Park Ward drophead coupe, one of only 75 left-hand-drive examples ever constructed. It was ordered as an American-specification vehicle for Debbie Reynolds and her husband, Harry Karl, in 1961, at which time it was fitted with bespoke Lucas P100 headlights for a classic Phantom look. So striking was the conversion that it caught the eye of Lucille Ball, a close friend of Reynolds and the star of I Love Lucy. The Silver Cloud was subsequently sold to Ball’s production company, Desilu Productions, during which time it could be seen driving around Hollywood with both Lucille and her son, Desi. A full restoration was commissioned in 1995 with work completed by Richard Gorman, a Rolls-Royce specialist, and proprietor or Vantage Motor Works. At this time, the original Porcelain White paint over Scarlet leather color combination was changed in favor of the Velvet Green over Biscuit leather that remains on the car to this day. It is a beautiful and quintessentially Rolls-Royce pairing that perfectly suits the lines of this Silver Cloud. The vehicle is in top mechanical condition and drives very well. For the Rolls-Royce enthusiast, few cars carry the same provenance. This rare, turn-key example is equally prepared for a Sunday drive or a showing on the Concours lawn.
- For Sale
- 51,971 miles
Offered for sale is this pristine 1937 Rolls Royce Sedanca bodied by Hooper. One does not have to look too hard to be stunned by the beauty of this rare piece of road art. This vehicle is currently under ownership of a local Rolls Royce enthusiast/collector here in Sacramento. This Sedanca has been extremely well maintained and looks as immaculate in person as it does here in the photos. Take a look at these photos and you will see how decorated this Rolls Royce is with awards. The vehicle runs and drives beautifully, does not leak, and is in superb mechanical condition.
Please call, text, or email with inquiries: (916) 761-0081
1937 Rolls Royce 25/30 Sedanca
Engine: 4.25L OHV Inline 6-Cyliner Gasoline
Transmission: Manual 4-Speed
Drive-Train: Rear Wheel Drive
- For Sale
- 132,954 miles
For sale 1967 Oldsmobile Delta 88 custom, 2 door hardtop. 425 motor, 375 horsepower super rocket. 2 barrel carburetor. Factory air condition.
This car has been restored by owner. We have owned this car since 1980, and are the second owners. It was previously owned by our neighbor, who we knew very well. He bought it brand new from a dealership in Fort Collins, Colorado. We have original paperwork, and Manuel’s. The following is a list of many of the things done to it. We have most all receipts.
Rebuilt carb, new points, spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, fuel pump, water pump, power steering pump, timing chain, gaskets and main seals, fuel gauge sending unit, shocks, battery, insulation under hood, trunk mat, wheels and tires, new carpet, some new weather stripping, seats, and headliner done by an upholstery shop. And new paint. There is a crack in the dash.