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1953 Dodge M37

$29,500

1953 Dodge M37

DESCRIPTION: Dodge established itself as a heavyweight in light and medium truck production during the Second World War with the WC and WD series that backed up the ubiquitous 1/4-ton GPW Jeep in more demanding ca...More Info

1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

$26,500

1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

DESCRIPTION: . With the introduction of the Silver Shadow in late 1965, Rolls-Royce embraced monocoque chassis design for the first time along with much more modern styling than the Silver Cloud II that it replace...More Info

1965 Mercedes-Benz 300SE

$102,500

1965 Mercedes-Benz 300SE

DESCRIPTION: Introduced in 1961, the range-topping Mercedes-Benz W112 was sold to the public as the 300SE and was the company???s most modern offering during the early 1960s. While sharing the same platform and fa...More Info

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta

$79,500

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta

DESCRIPTION: The Giulietta was a major departure for Alfa Romeo. In the years before and just after the Second World War, Alfa had built its reputation on large and luxurious performance cars. With the Giulietta, ...More Info

1953 Morgan Plus 4

$73,500

1953 Morgan Plus 4

DESCRIPTION: Morgans evolved slowly, retaining distinctive, classic Morgan features like the sliding pillar independent front suspension shared with the first Morgan 3-wheelers and the marque???s classic body cons...More Info

1924 Cadillac Type V-63

$53,500

1924 Cadillac Type V-63

DESCRIPTION: Cadillac became the first automobile manufacturer to mass-produce a V-8 engine with the L-head Type 51 of 1914, and ten years later this same basic engine design lived on in the V-63. Development of t...More Info

1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom

$139,500

1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom

DESCRIPTION: Introduced in 1959 to replace the Silver Wraith, Rolls-Royce revived a storied name when it created the Phantom V. Based on a conventional frame and separate body structure, it gave coachbuilders an i...More Info

1972 BMW 3.0

$48,500

1972 BMW 3.0

DESCRIPTION: This BMW 3.0 CS was sold new on June 8, 1972 to Bernard Von Ammon of San Francisco, California, but the story goes back quite a bit further than that. Von Ammon had owned a 2000 CS that he had been ve...More Info

1929 Packard Model 640

$210,000

1929 Packard Model 640

DESCRIPTION: The Sixth Series 1929 Packard 640 offered power, performance and prestige that few could rival in the ultimate year of the Roaring Twenties. Today, its stature is recognized as a Full Classic ??? by t...More Info

1936 Cadillac Series 75

$169,500

1936 Cadillac Series 75

MILEAGE: 37

DESCRIPTION: Cadillac???s larger Series 70 and 75 for 1936 featured the new 346 cubic inch, 135-horesepower L-head V-8 and a prestigious ???Body by Fleetwood??? badge. Taken over by General Motors in 1931, Fleetwo...More Info

1961 Alvis TD21

$49,500

1961 Alvis TD21

DESCRIPTION: Started in 1917, Alvis began automobile production in 1920 and continued into the early days of World War II, resuming production in 1946. The first postwar Alvis had an overhead valve, 2993 cc inline...More Info

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE3.5

$129,000

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE3.5

DESCRIPTION: Mercedes-Benz created a continuing success when it combined its competent, elegantly styled, luxurious 280 SE 111-series chassis with its 3,499 cc single overhead camshaft Bosch electronic fuel-inject...More Info

1973 MG MGB

$49,500

1973 MG MGB

DESCRIPTION: Beginning in 1973, MG combined the lively, lightweight MG B with the Buick-derived aluminum-block 3528 cc Rover V-8. The powerful, reliable and very tunable Rover V-8 was also exceptionally light, and...More Info

1972 Citroen DS

$39,500

1972 Citroen DS

DESCRIPTION: The Citroen DS was one of the most innovative and unique automobiles ever conceived. Bristling with technical innovations, it was wrapped in a body design that owed nothing to any automobile that had ...More Info

1969 MG MGC

$49,500

1969 MG MGC

DESCRIPTION: As the Austin-Healey 3000's long production run was coming to an end during the mid-1960s, BMC felt it needed another large, comfortable six-cylinder sports car in its lineup. At the same time, they l...More Info

1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SE

$37,500

1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SE

DESCRIPTION: In the late 1950???s, Mercedes-Benz began replacing the ageing Ponton sedans, coupes and cabriolets with an all new car designated internally as the W110/W111. This new series of mid-range cars became...More Info

1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

$39,500

1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

MILEAGE: 15,575

DESCRIPTION: Mercedes-Benz had built a powerful following for its SL series of two seat convertibles which led them to redesign it in 1963 with the 230SL, a timeless design that set a Mercedes-Benz model theme tha...More Info

1962 Austin-Healey 3000MKII

$67,500

1962 Austin-Healey 3000MKII

DESCRIPTION: The 3-carburetor Austin-Healey BT7 2+2 Roadster is the most advanced of the Big Healey Roadsters. Produced for just over a year as an interim model before the introduction of the BJ7, the low slung BT...More Info

1955 Chrysler 300

$89,500

1955 Chrysler 300

DESCRIPTION: Chrysler???s 300 was nothing less than a sensation. A quiet, comfortable and elegant luxury car, it concealed blistering performance behind restrained styling and thrust it up front with the large, ag...More Info

1959 Facel Vega HK500

$215,000

1959 Facel Vega HK500

MILEAGE: 12,172

DESCRIPTION: Jean Daninos, the founder of Facel, believed that even in the 1950's France needed a prestigious, exclusive, fast, comfortable, beautiful, luxurious automobile to carry on the tradition of its great m...More Info

1985 Porsche 911

$105,000

1985 Porsche 911

MILEAGE: 48,000

DESCRIPTION: Porsche???s 911 Turbo, commonly known by its internal code ???930???, is one of the most legendary sports cars of all time. The 930 propelled the 911 model range into supercar territory and quickly ea...More Info

1973 Citroen SM

$48,850

1973 Citroen SM

DESCRIPTION: In 1968, Citroen purchased Maserati with plans to take advantage of the Italian company???s experience with high-performance engines. The goal was to design a GT car that combined Citroen???s highly a...More Info

1987 Jaguar XJ6

$19,500

1987 Jaguar XJ6

MILEAGE: 63,000

DESCRIPTION: The Jaguar XJ6 was the long awaited replacement for both the Mark X and S-Type Saloons of the 1960???s. The Mark X had been criticized for being too large, and the S-Type had roots that went back to t...More Info

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25HP

$73,500

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25HP

MILEAGE: 32,400

DESCRIPTION: Rolls-Royce???s ???small??? car, known as the 20hp, was introduced in 1922 with a 3,127cc six-cylinder engine, as the post-World Way I recession intersected increasing labor and materials costs to pri...More Info

1973 Porsche 914

$22,500

1973 Porsche 914

DESCRIPTION: Since the demise of the 356 in 1965, Porsche relied on the 912 ??? essentially a 4-cylinder 911 ??? as its entry level model but they needed an all-new car to attract young buyers to their showrooms. ...More Info

 

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