For Sale: 1949 Mercury 2-Dr Coupe
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- 50,470 miles
This is a real beauty and one of a kind! 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan with so many original parts and details and with all of the added perks of today’s comfort, including air conditioner. Ride cool, carefree and in style with this unique beauty. This car is a customized Classic American automobile that has been professionally transformed into a Show Car. A few of the car details, that are in excellent condition, are:
Custom two tone beige and cream exterior paint with pin stripes
Beige velour upholstery throughout the car, including door panels and side and kick panels
Beige wool carpets
Chrome bumper brackets
Custom painted wheels with chrome rings and hub caps
Firestone white wall tires
Chrome Guide driving light
Twin chrome fog lights
Center bumper guards
Chrome front and back bumper brackets
Polished aluminum radiator
Twin electric fans
Chrome Clifford intake manifold
Chrome air cleaner
Polished Sanden a/c compressor
Chrome 12 volt Delco alternator
206 cubic inch straight six motor
Twin chrome air horns
Three speed manual transmission
Original cowl vent
Twin fender mounted spare wheels
Twin chrome GM Safetylight adjustable spot lights
Chrome side mirrors
Dash mounted GM compass
Dash mounted stop light prism
Custom switch panels
Equus temperature and oil pressure gauges
Under dash a/c vents
In glove box a/c control panel
Lokar and stock pedals
Window visor on all side windows
Rear window blind
Safety star brake light
Chrome trunk support
Custom gas tank
Painted back up light
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This 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC is one of approximately 600 examples built during a three-year production run, and was delivered new to dealer Romeo Pedini of Perugia, Italy in November 1967. The car was imported to the US in 1972, where it remained with a single owner in Massachusetts from 1974 until being acquired by its current owner in 2018. The body is finished in gold over beige leather, and power is from a numbers-matching 4.0-liter Colombo V12 with triple Weber carburetors. Additional equipment includes a rear-mounted five-speed manual transaxle, power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes, 14” alloy knock-off wheels, power windows, and an eight-track stereo. This 330 GTC is offered on consignment by a Connecticut dealer who is being represented by the seller, and comes with a Marcel Massini report, recent service records, and a clean California title.
The 330 GTC was unveiled at the 1966 Geneva International Motor Show featuring Pininfarina-designed bodywork over a chassis shared with the contemporary 275 GTB. Front-end styling was similar to that of the 500 Superfast and included louvered fender vents, split bumpers, and recessed headlights, while the rear end shared the rounded profile of the 275 GTS.
According to the Massini report, this example was originally finished in Grigio Fumo but was repainted in its current gold after importation to the US in the early 1970s. The seller notes evidence of additional body and paintwork on various panels, and close-up photos of the finish are provided in the gallery below.
Campagnolo magnesium alloy wheels are secured by three-eared chrome knock-offs, and were refurbished in January 2021 before being mounted with 205VR14 Michelin XWX tires. A matching spare with older Firestone rubber is housed in the trunk. Power-assisted disc brakes feature four-piston calipers all around. A brake fluid flush was performed in late 2020, while the handbrake received new pads and adjustment in April 2021.
Beige Connolly leather on the seats and side panels was re-dyed in February 2021, while blue carpeting covers the floors and rear parcel shelf. Additional interior details include wood dash trim, a fluted headliner, a gated shifter, blue three-point seatbelts, and leather luggage straps. The window and windshield wiper motors were rebuilt in 2021, at which time the heater valve and controls were also repaired and the fuel door cable replaced.
A wood-rimmed Nardi steering wheel frames Veglia Borletti instrumentation including a 300-km/h speedometer, a tachometer with a 7k-rpm redline, and gauges monitoring oil temperature, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer shows 52k kilometers (~32k miles), with total mileage unknown. The center dash houses a fuel gauge, clock, and ammeter above an AM/FM/eight-track stereo.
The Numbers-Matching 4.0-liter Tipo 209 V12 incorporates single overhead camshafts, triple twin-choke Weber carburetors, twin Marrelli distributors, and dual oil coolers. Output was factory rated at 300 horsepower at 7,000 rpm. Service in November 2020 included fluid changes, carburetor adjustments, replacement of the spark plugs, and an electric fuel pump repair. The negative battery cable, right valve cover gasket, and front cover seal were changed in March 2021, a
Power is sent to the rear wheels via a torque tube and a rear-mounted five-speed manual transaxle. A new steering center link and tie rod ends were installed in 2020, after which an alignment was performed. Four-wheel independent suspension comprises double wishbones, coil springs, and rebuilt Koni shock absorbers fitted in 2021. A summary of service carried out in preparation for the sale is included in the gallery below, as are invoices for the work. A film showcasing footage of the car can be viewed in the video gallery below, as can a video discussing the car’s history and features with a ride along and additional work in 2021 including flushing, repairing, and pressure-testing the radiator.
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1956 2 Door Hardtop Chrysler New Yorker “Newport”
This car is not fully restored but is an original and complete car. It is ideal for a driver or a full restoration…. “Great project car”
Has a sound body with some lower, outter rocker, rust
Stock Firepower 354 hemi V-8 with a 4-barrel intake carburetor
Carburetor was rebuilt at Ed’s Carburetor in Lancaster, California
Fuel pump from Vintage American Parts in New York
Water pump from Kanter’s in New Jersey
Generator and fan belts
Bakes, master cylinder, and 6 brake cylinders
Wheels are powder-coated black
Trunk pan completely restored, rust free and lined
Gas tank restored with new sending unit added
The car can be seen at:
Malam’s Automotive Engineering
24622 North Pine Street
Valencia-Newhall, California, 91321
To schedule an appointment:
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- 50,820 miles
1954 Aston Martin DB 2/4
Chassis No. LML/551
No. 51 of 565 Examples Built From 1954-55
Original Numbers-Matching Engine; 2.9-litre 140bhp ‘VB6J’ engine
Includes British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate
Factory Delivered In Left Hand Drive & In Black Paint with Beige Interior
Sold New by S H Arnolt Inc, in Chicago then 5 months later to Foreign Car Center in Carmel, Ca
Said to have been Owned by William Randolph Hearst Jr (Hearst Castle)
Reportedly Raced in Period by H.M. Handley in California
2007 Mechanical Restoration by Kevin Kay Restorations (Receipts = $62,000)
Assembled at the DB works factory, the hand-crafted aluminum bodies were under the direction of Mulliner and later Tickford.
This car is noted to have been sold in its first year to Carmel, Ca and owned by William Randolph Hearst. It is believed the car was raced in California in period with a photo existing of the car in a D production race. Ownership history is recorded with several California owners on file. In 2007 Kevin Kay Restorations (Aston Martin Specialist) performed a $62,000 mechanical restoration while converting the front brakes to disc and the transmission from 4 speed to 5 Speed (the original gearbox is included with the car).
An amazing DB 2/4 ready for immediate use!
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