Very nice older restoration in good driving condition. Flathead V8 Engine, Standard 3 Speed Manual Transmission, Nice Woodgrain Dash, Red Upholstery is well done, Black Canvas Power Top, Accessory Bumper Tips Front and Rear, Spot Light, Chrome and Stainless is very nice, Solid body with a good fit. A real good driver!
What an Amazing Driving Automobile!! Smooth, Quiet without a single rattle or squeak! With Only 31,550 Actual Miles!! Factory Original Upholstery in near Mint Condition! Flathead 6 cyl engine is whisper quiet! Presto-Magic Automatic Transmission (Fluid Drive) Brand New Radial White Wall Tires on Stock Wheels w/Full Wheel Covers, Original Chrome and Stainless, This is a well maintained Original car! Some minor paint touch-up and mostly original. An extremely Rare Automobile, that rides and drives like new!!
Numbers Matching and Color Correct. Only 5,474 Convertibles Produced in ’74. Nice Shiny “Medium Red” Exterior with Matched Dark Red Upholstery that is in very nice condition! Bright White Soft Top fits real well, Power 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, Tilt/Telescopic Steering Column, Power Steering, 350ci V8 Engine and an Automatic Transmission, Raised White Letter Tires on Rally Wheels, Factory Air Conditioned Car and Power Windows, Nice sounding dual exhaust, Rides nice and Drives Great! Ready for a new loving home!!
Only 3,775 Produced in 1956! These are Rare and Collectable and Tough to Find!! This is a well maintained example that is a well kept unrestored Packard showing just over 72,300 Miles, that we’re certain are actual as this has been a Portland area car in the hands of two well known Collectors since the 80’s. With the exception of a one time repaint of the factory colors of Scottish Heather and Corsican Black and regular maintenance it’s pretty well been left alone. Original Upholstery is still in good condition with some minor aging and wear it presents itself nicely. Stock 374ci V8 Engine with a 4bbl carburetor, Column shift Automatic Transmission, Aftermarket Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Signal Seeking AM Radio, Radial Tires, Power Seat, Power […]
Here’s a fun little car a lot of people haven’t seen! And with Only 200 Standard Models Produced, We Wonder just how many are left. Built by Kaiser-Frazier and sold primarily in the South and South West in Selected few Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Stores and Catalog. Similar to a Henry J but they offered less options keeping the Sales Cost under $1,500 Brand New! Stock running gear with the Body refinished in a Medium Blue with a little Metallic, Gray Cloth Upholstery, Flathead 134ci 4 Cyl Engine, Standard 3 Speed Transmission, A unique little car that’s solid, complete and in it’s Simplicity, Way Neat!
Bought in Sublimity Oregon and Driven to Oregon City where it has been stored inside since purchased for the collection. We are told it’s fully functional but the water cannon has a few leaks in the couplings.
Gorgeous Black Paint on a Very Solid, Straight and Good Fitting Body! Ground Effects and Spoiler really make this little car a head turning toy! Custom 17″ Wheels, Custom Exhaust and Receipts for Thousands of Dollars Spent on the Performance Upgrades and Restoration! We were told by the builder he had in excess of $40k in this car! Upgraded to a 3.4L Engine with an Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, Sun Roof, This is a unique little car that are very hard to find in this nice of condition!
If you have a few more minutes you never want back, Recorded another tune I wrote! Just a fun little jingle of a few of my favorite old cars, V8 Fords! Hope you enjoy- Dale
“Roar With Gilmore, the Story of America’s Most Unusual Oil Company” by Charles Seims and Alan Darr. 240 pages, hardcover and with over 200 photos, most never before published. Two chapters are devoted exclusively to Gilmore’s racing sponsorship at Ascot, Gilmore Stadium, Indy and Bonneville. There is a chapter devoted to Alan’s extensive Gilmore collection (in color). For instance, he has ten double sided Gilmore globes, all original and no duplicates. To order a copy, Contact Logan Gray @ 503-292-7747 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org Logan has been running Vintage Motorbooks for over 30 years. He has a Large Selection of Automotive related books, brochures and manuals. Covering nearly every aspect of American, European and British Automative History. If you’ve been “looking for […]