Inventory as of:
Nov. 16th 2016
Chevy 2 Lane Blacktop Replica
build on this 454 big block wth a Borg Warner
Super T10 4 speed, power front disc brakes, 4:10
Ford 9 inch Posi rear end. Sliding plexiglass
windows. Steel flip front end. American daisey
racing wheels. Street slicks. Real V-8 Chevy.
Title. New leather bucket seats.
4,956 miles. The Fiat 500 "D" Nuova
was produced between 1960 and 1965. Replaced the
original Nuova in 1960 with an up-rated engine,
499 c.c. instead of 479c.c., and 17 HP instead
of 13 HP. As the Nuova, the "D" Nuova
had suicide doors. This particular unit is a
1960 "D" Nuova, V.I.N. 121350, engine
147821, one of the few and one of the last U.S.
market spec cars.
It is a one owner Kentucky car with only 4956
miles. Delivered in white, with a two tone green
/ cream vinyl interior. It was a gift to a
salesman, "salesman of the year" in
1960, of the Merit / Mayfield Clothing Co.,
importers of fine Italian suits. Arrived from
Italy by ocean freighter with a shipment of Italian
suits and fabrics. Sometimes a gift does not
suit the recipient, tall man / small car, so it
was driven sparingly, basically errands
around the neighborhood. The longest trip was to
The Hermitage in Nashville, until it was parked
in a barn in 1964, hence the low
The engine turns but i did not attempt to start
it. Original fuel tank rusted out, but i have a
good refurbished one. All the lights work,
brakes are not seized.
The paint is original with a few dings. Has some
oxidation, but looks good when polished.
The body is totally rust free, a huge statement
for a Fiat. The interior is the original in
excellent shape, no rips or tears, just needs to
be cleaned. The floor rubber mat has some
Steering wheel, instruments and vinyl roof are
in excellent shape. Original rear window sticker
"In rodaggio" still in place.
Has four new tires, originals available, and the
original battery. Has all the books, owners
manual, instruction and service station book,
jack, original keys, bill of sale and a clear
A great oportunity to own a time warp Fiat 500.
Cadillac Eldorado Brougham #423
Original 54,670 miles. Matching number Brougham on
air ride. Sold new to Michigan, went to New York
where it was stored in a parking garage
since 1972. It cam to Texas in the 1990'S
and was stored again. Interior is original, paint
looks original. Color 110 ebony with 444 plain
beige broadcloth with beige leather and Mouton
carpet. Motor is stuck. Some dings on front
fenders. I have better moldings. Rust in front
floor. Rust in rear quarter, and one door edge. I
may have another door. Correct 5 wheels, jack,
etc. No vanities.
Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, #489 of
1,800 produced. 3 owner California black plate car
with 96,000 original miles. I have owned many of
these cars over the last 30 years this is a mostly
original rust free car .The first owner was the
famous dance instructor Author Murray. The car was
sold new in California. The second owner bought it
in1961 and sold it in 1977 to the 3rd owner
. The original matching motor number was rebuilt
in 1983 but not fired until 2016 when I got it
running. He moved near Cadillac Michigan in 1994
and I bought the car from his son last summer.
This Biarritz has some of it's original factory
paint - copper metallic. The interior is original
copper leather with the front seat redone in vinyl
in 1977. The car has the rare option of factory
air conditioning. While this car has a single carb,
which was sometime replaced at the dealership, I
do have a dual quad carb setup, but it needs some
work. I also have the barrel clock, and California
title and owners manual. The car runs from the gas
tank and moves. It needs brake work and some trans
work. The passenger window stopped working
recently. The floors are rust free original. The
body has had some paint work. It also has it's
original fiberglass parade boot. The windshield is
good and the front chrome is nice. Great car to
finish as a driver and use as is, or take it to
the next level . The copper color is one of my
Cadillac Eldorado Brougham #578 Project
car sat in the California desert for many years. California
black plate car with California title in my name.
50,545 miles. Very solid car with excellent floor
pans and body. One spot of rust under front fender
rocker molding. Has a 1957 Brougham engine that
turns over. Factory black car - 110 with light
grey leather and Mouton carpet - 1512.
Has some of the air suspension components still
installed. Missing air cleaner. Has correct wheels
and jack. No vanities. Good windshield. Roof is
good with a few small dings that are not creased.
Please look at all the photos.
Eldorado Biarritz Project
motor and transmission. Needs some wiring. Solid
body with new paint with some chips and flaws.
Very minor rust in floors as shown. Front seat
done in vinyl. New radial tires. Some of the
chrome was restored. New emblems, hood/trunk V.
letters, etc. 98% complete. I know that it
is missing the top motor, power seat switch, pan
below radiator, the motor is from another Eldorado
Biarritz. Factory white car with red/white
leather. Call for more details.
Chevrolet El Camino
# G59S135119 A running, driving project car
with a rebuilt 348 Tripower motor. 3 speed manual
transmission on the column. Deluxe Inteck Ror
Group. New exhaust, long time Texas ownership.
This truck was originally a 6 cylinder aspen green
with yellow/green interior. Somewhere through the
years, it got turned into a 348 Tri power truck.
The body is very straight and solid. . The bed is
very good, with a few small rust holes, as shown
in the lower area. The floor pans have been
replaced, and a nice job was done. I have a new
windshield and a good back glass with new
gaskets. All the outside moldings are there. The
truck is running from a gas can. Texas title,
can't read the odometer.