Inventory as of:
March 31st 2016
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.
Chevy 150 2DR Utility Sedan
Chevy 150 utility 2DR sedan - $19,500. One of the
rarest 55 Chevy body styles. This utility sedan
was used by salespeople for car samples and other
business purposes, most of these did not survive.
Except for a repaint, this is a mostly
original car, and a very early 55 Chevy. Body #
317 from the Tarrytown, NY plant. Probably
made in the first few days of production. 91,929
original miles. Shadow gray with original black
vinyl and gray pattern cloth. Original headliner,
door panels, seat, and rubber mats. Original
rear-load compartment instead of back seat, and
stationary rear quarter windows. 235 6 cylinder
2BBL with 3 speed manual trans. The only rust I
found was in a few of the body mounts as shown.
Floors and trunk look original. This car is a
daily driver and has a clear clean Texas title. HISTORY
- 2 registered owner car. Built at Tarrytown NY
plant. Sold new to a doctor in upper Vermont about
10 miles from the Canadian boarder. Salt was not
used on the roads in that area during winter. Then
it went to a dealer in New Hampshire who painted
the car. My friend here in the Dallas-Fort Worth,
Texas area purchased it from this dealer over 15
years ago and used it on occasion. I got it
from him recently.
Ford Coupe Project
Ford Deluxe Coupe Project. Just received from
California where it was garaged for 21+ years.
Excellent rust free body, frame and doors. Old
Diamond Button Tuck interior in decent shape. New
running board rubber kit. 327, 300 HP , Powerglide.
Engine runs, needs finishing. Paint weak. Custom
for more details. I just installed the running
board rubber, it makes a big difference
1957 Cadillac Eldorado
Brougham # 346 VIN# 5770143912. Originally paint
149-NAIROBI PEARL. One of 11 in 1957. TRIM 1381-Ligh
gray bayou cloth, white leather and wool carpet.
Mileage shows 86,550. Probably correct. California
desert car. Original black plates. I think it is the
original motor, but the pad is cracked off where the
number is stamped. It does have the brougham engine
block only attached oil canister down below on the
pass side. Frame number is correct, as is the door
tag. I put a battery on the car and the motor spun
over. I also found a repair receipt from 1989. The
windshield and roof are good. Car appears to have no
rust holes or patch panels. I can only get the
drivers door open. It does not have the dual carb
setup or air cleaner. No vanities. I do have a
correct memory seat control for the drivers door and
a better right rear window molding. This car has
unusual Brougham letters which look factory made
instead of the Eldorado letters on the front and
back. I don't know anything about this. Right rear
bumper end is cracked, but repairable. Very rare car
with an unusual original color.
Buick Riviera Gran Sport 435
Buick Riviera Gran Sport 435 dual quad nailhead
V8, correct LX code but not matching numbers to
the VIN. A likely explanation for this is the
engine was replaced by the dealer because of an
original defective block. Was originally burgundy
with a black vinyl top. The repaint shows well
with some bubbles and imperfections on the roof.
Runs and drives good. Virtually rust free with
only a few tiny pin holes in the floor as shown.
Power steering, power brakes, AC, automatic
transmission, power windows, power vent windows,
power seat, remote trunk release, wood grain trim
option, simulated wood steering wheel, cruise
control, rally wheels, 2 x 4 brl carbs. Great
collectable car. Some of the least popular and now
rare options were on this car are an original
vinyl top (5.8%), cruise control (12.6%),
simulated wood steering wheel (10.2%) and power
vent windows (9.2%).
Pontiac Safari Wagon
Pontiac Safari Wagon project or parts car.
#511 of 1292 built in 1957. Fontaine Blue/Kenya
beige with blue/ivory interior. What
we have here is a project or convert your 57
Pontiac 2 door, or 4door into a Safari. The front
sheet metal and driveline are the same. A lot of
the interior and roof/tailgate parts are the same
as a 1955, 1956 1957 Chevy Nomad and also the same
as a 1955 ,1956 Safari Wagon. The roof and
tailgate are very solid. So are the doors. The
floors are rusty and so is the X member on the
frame, But the rest of the frame is solid. I
have a Texas title in hand. Not sure exactly what
is missing in the way of trim. Look at all the
Brookwood Station Wagon Streetrod. This is an
incredible car that was a feature in Super Chevy
Magazine. Cost over $80K to build. Has about 7,000
miles on the build. Drives great. Very nice clean
body and paint. Nice chrome, stainless and glass.
The interior is all leather including the headliner
with a leather covered surf board in it. The seats
are 65 Impala SS. Powered by a 350 Chevy V-8
with Tri-power. 350 auto transmission. Power
front disc brakes. Power steering. Vintage air and
heat. Air Ride Technologies Air Ride System, etc.
Solid body and floors. Nice tailgate too. American
racing 17 inch wheels.