Pete's Classic Cars

469-569-0827 ~ Contact Info
Cars are located in
Dallas, Texas. 
Domestic & Export Transport can be arranged.
~ All visits by appointment only ~
We buy cars !
If you don't see a car listed it's been SOLD!

Peter Adam Krell
Specializing in the sale of 
classic cars for over 25 years

Inventory as of: December 18th 2014

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1981 Toyota HJ60 Diesel Landcruiser


60 were built from August 1980, until 1987. There were never available in the U.S. market in Diesel form. Others built for the South American, or Canadian market were fitted with the smaller 3 B Diesel engine with 3.431 CC, and known as  BJ 60. Built having reliability in mind. Body on construction to keep the body from twisting, solid front and rear axils, manual locks, windows and mirrors and the choice of 4, or 5 speed gear boxes.  This particular car is a European version fitted with the bigger 2H diesel engine, 3.980 CC.,100 HP, optional 5 speed, power steering, air conditioning, 24 volt electrical system, split rims and a very rare front bench seat. Was delivered new in Santa Cruz de de Tenerife, Canary Islands, to Blandy Brothers y cia, Toyota B4S official importer. Sky blue metallic with tan cloth interior. It lived a pampered life in Laguna, a city high up on the island, and then moved to Madrid in 1997. Has been maintained as needed, never abused. Mostly driven on highways and a little on dirt roads. Never exposed to salt, passed all the inspections...more strict than in the USA, since they check for rust leaks, front and rear end suspensions, and brakes, without problems. These inspections are every 6 months for cars over 10 years old. The interior is original and in great shape. Has a newer paint job in the original color. New all terrain tires mounted on 16 inch alloys, new exhaust, Rancho suspension and the best possible rust free body. It has covered a total of  266.000 KMS, equivalent to 165.000 miles in the 33 years of duty. That is very little for these type vehicles. Comes with the original owners manual, original jack, original split rims, and records since new. Great chance to own a unique vehicle. Has cold A.C. Texas title in my hand. 

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1959 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham


Number 67 of  99 built. 63,000 Original miles. Original paint and interior. All numbers matching. Rust free, runs and drives. This car was a very nice show car that got loose on the owners trailer and got damage to the lower body in the door area. It was sold and went to a well known Cadillac restorer who fixed the car, but did not do the final paint and assembly work. The car then came to Texas and was in storage. I bought it. . It will need paint and assembly. It looks complete. All the moldings are there. Good windshield. Nice dash pad. Interior needs carpet. The car is on springs, not air ride. I believe it is the only car with a vinyl roof. I have ordered the vehicle history from GM.  

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1955 Chevy Bel Air 2DRHT


1955 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe. A real Bel Air. Factory 6 cylinder, Auto. Always a Texas car. Shadow gray/coral. Rust free. Runs and Drives. Nice interior, but not original. Paint is flaking. Mostly good body. Left read quarter panel has some Bondo. Crack in windshield. Solid trunk. In storage since 1994.

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1939 Caddy Woodie Project

$ 49,995

1939 Cadillac Woddie Project. Built by Jos. Wildanger and Co. Red Bank, NJ. They were a prominent coach builder for the carriage trade of New York. The first owner ordered a 1939 Cadillac convertible sedan, series 61, used it for a few years, then had Wildanger convert it to a Woodie to carry his guns and dogs on hunting trips. It was passed down from generation to generation, then sold in the early 1990's. This owner took it apart to restore it - never happened. Lost some parts along the way. What I have for sale is the body, which is in great shape. The original motor and transmission, the rust free fenders, moldings, doors and windows etc. I also bought a 1939 
Cadillac series 61 4 door as a parts car for the chassis and other bits. The car comes with the body shop dolly included. Possible transport?

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1958 Cadillac Series 62


1958 Cadillac series 62 extended deck sedan. Factory Tahitian Coral/Dove white with black/white interior. 365 V-8, PS, PB, factory A/C. Rust free Texas car that runs and drives good. Good chrome and glass. One chip in windshield. Paint will buff out. Some chips and two spots where the paint flaked some. Interior is OK. Small tears in front seat. Good headliner. Car does not smoke, engine runs well. 

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1941 Chris Craft 17ft Barrel Back


1941 Chris Craft 17 foot Deluxe Runabout "Barrel Back" powered by Chris Craft Hercules marine 6 cylinder. Nice older restoration. In storage last 10years. Runs. 

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You just missed 'em... SOLD!   

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1948 Studebaker M15 One Ton Pickup


Rare truck! Two owner 40,000 original miles. Missouri title from 1951. In storage since 1973, But was running 10 years ago. Rust free. Motor is free. Needs distributor cap and wires at the least. Original Studebaker champion 170 cubic inch flat six. The cab designed by Raymond Loewy. Factory bed floor. 

1956 Bentley Hooper


1956 Bentley Hooper Empress Lightweight Saloon, custom body by Hooper. One of 16 produced. Body is aluminum. Shows  16,194 miles. Runs and drives. Recent brake work. Motor does not smoke. Very solid car. Converted to 12 volt with air conditioning. 

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1955 Cadillac Series 62 Sedan


1955 Cadillac Series 62, 4 door sedan. 47,566 original, one family owned, miles. Stored in a barn on the family farm in Kansas since 2008. New  $6,000 custom interior Paint appears to be mostly original, with some spot painting. Recent mechanical work to include shocks, gas tank, Carb, and brakes. Newer Coker wide white radial tires. Good glass. Rust free body and floors. Chrome is decent. Runs and drives well  

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1963 Daimler SP250 


Chassis number 101519. Has 62,332 original miles. Two owner car. Was light blue gray. Factory hard top, no back window, solid body and chassis. In storage for decades. Not running. Clear title. All matching numbers.

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1963 Daimler SP250


Chassis number 101293. Has 65,560 miles. Ran and drove previous to being in storage for 12 years. Not running at this time. Solid chassis, good body. All matching numbers except transmission. Clear title. 

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1951 Bentley by H.J. Mulliner


1951 Bentley Mark 6 Light weight Saloon by H.J. MULLINER. Rare custom aluminum coachwork. One of 36 built. RHD. In storage for 20 years in Texas. Taken apart for restoration many years ago, but not completed. Motor is free. Manual shift on the floor. Good body and chassis. No rust.

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1957 Chevy Bel Air 4DRHT


This is a rust free Texas car. Factory 283 2BBL, Powerglide. 
Tropical turquoise with turquoise/black interior. Good chrome, glass, and an older paint job that shows well with some chips. Rust free original floors. It has later model 350(?) heads.  

1939 Diamond T Wrecker


This is a factory built tow truck with a Holmes 515 highway master wrecker unit and Bed. I try to buy old trucks and they are pretty hard to find. A diamond T is the Cadillac of trucks, and  1939 is the best looking year. Last on the road in 1977. The body does not have any rust through areas. I have the front bumper. The original 6 cylinder motor is stuck. It rolls and steers. The wood in the bed will need to be replaced. What a cool wrecker. 

Selling classic cars, collectible cars, antique and vintage cars from the 1930's, 1940's, 1950's, 1960's and 1970's.