Inventory as of:
October 5th 2015
1936 Plymouth Deluxe 6
Coupe. Mostly solid car with some front and
trunk rust. 283 Chevy. 3 Speed. Old hot rod from the
1960's. Was in barn storage since 1970. Missing the
windshield frame and headlight mounts. Has a
Landcruiser Diesel BJ 40
1980 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ 40 Diesel.
A European delivery car, sold new in Portugal. Portuguese cars are unique,
since they have the classics looks of the pre 1978 models, and the
improvements of the later European models. This particular three owner car, I am
the third owner, was delivered with the trusty 4 cylinder 3 B engine
delivering 85 HP and 191 NM of torque mated to a 4 speed gearbox. Was always
properly maintained, and in 2013 had a light mechanical, and a full body and
paint restoration in Portugal. It was imported to the U.S. in 2015, and is
titled in Texas. Starts right away, runs, drives, and shifts smoothly, and
does not have any noticeable suspension, or steering noises. The frame is
perfect, and there is not rust in this car. The original Toyota split rims,
Americans do not seem to trust them, have been replaced by 5 new BF Goodrich
AT tires, mounted on 5 powder coated Toyota original rims, and 5 new Toyota
1957 Lincoln Continental Mark 2 Project
Has 61,900 original
miles. Factory A/C car. Has some rust in lower body
and frame rails as shown. Motor spins over. No
hubcaps. Would make a cool custom car, or...?
1946 Aeronca Champ
1946 Aeronca Champ.
Runs. Original log books. Yes, I have the wings.
Call for more info and photos.
Landcruiser Diesel LHD BJ40
Toyota Land Cruiser BJ 40 Diesel. Off white / Black. A very late European car delivered new
in Portugal. Portuguese cars are very very unique. They have some of the
improvements of the later cars, and some of the classic looks, vent windows, of the earlier cars. This particular car was working as a managers car at a
quarry outside Lisbon, and then as a support vehicle for one of the biggest
construction companies in Portugal. The paint is original, the interior,
what is left, is original too. It is a four speed with drum brakes, heater,
free wheeling hubs, and a roll cage. The split rims still have the original
paint, and the 6x16 off road tires are in good shape. The engine starts
immediately, and runs and drives well. The frame is in excellent condition,
Lisbon is the European capital with the mildest weather in the European
continent with very little rain and no snow, but the body has some rust holes.
This holes, see photos, are mainly located at the bottom of the windshield,
and at the bottom of the doors. Reproduction windshields are readily
available. This car has had some rust repairs in the front right floor, see photo
of the bottom of the car, and in the rear cargo area. This repairs seem
more to prevent the car from rusting, than rust repairs. Looks worse than
actually is, lots of surface rust in the hood. Has lots of patina, comes with
an extra hood, and is a good opportunity to acquire a unique European
version. Drive " as is", and restore later. This is
a rare left hand drive diesel. The mileage is 344,000 KM = 213750
miles. The vehicle is running from a bottle in the
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 86550. 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 moulding. 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.
1972 Mustang Convertible
1972 Ford Mustang
Convertible H Code. Was blue now red. Decent black
seats. Has ram air hood added. I have a Mardi report
door jamb sticker. Had white interior. In storage
since 1999. Motor spins over, but does not fire.
Comes with a new black parade boot. Has power
steering power brakes, power top. I heard the top
motor come on, But I did not try the top. Pretty
solid, but the trunk is rusty and has some rear
quarter panel rust. One rear floor has some rust. 351
Cleveland 2BBL. AUTO. Shows 94K miles. Sold new by
Miracle Ford in Dallas, TX .Always a Texas car..
1939 Caddy Woodie
$ 29,500 OBO
1939 Cadillac Woodie
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 car owner
ordered a 1939 Cadillac Convertible Sedan, Series
61. This car was sold new at Fischer Cadillac in
Newark, NY. and went straight to Wildanger for
modification into this car. The photo in the listing
is the actual car I am selling before it got taken
apart. 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.
Please look at all
the photos on my website for what is missing. For
sure its missing the original frame, but the spare
car has the same frame, steering column etc, front
suspension, door and tailgate hinges.I do have one
door hinge. Missing window regulators inside door
panels. I have a grill from the parts car. I
think I have most of the outside moldings. In the
photos are some running boards. I don't think they
are from this car but the buyer can have them. I did
not take it apart so don't get mad at me!. The dolly
and all the parts fit inside my enclosed trailer. I
mat deliver for a fee. I do not know if I can
deliver the parts car, but it could be sent on a
car hauler. .
Olympic Phase 2
1963 Rochdale Olympic
Phase 2 Chassis #631802. A 3 or 4 owner
car. Last owner since 1982 in Missouri. Ford 1500
Cortina GT? Motor. Not running but engine turns. One
of 150 Phase 2 cars made. I contacted the Rochdale
owners club and was provided the following:
The Olympic was ordered in 1963 by an English man named Robin Rackman who
lived in Chicago,Illinoise and he was an Airline Pilot who flew Jumbo Jets.
He flew with his wife over to England in July 1963 to collect the Olympic.
The Olympic was registered in England in July 1963 on
Liscence plate 5348
DK and Chassis Number/VIN Number 631802, the 1802 is the Order Invoice
number in the Factory Sales Ledger.
Robin and his wife then set of on a 6-week tour of
Europe in the Olympic, finishing up in Rotterdam, Holland where he flew back
to America and the Olympic was shipped by sea back to Chicago. With a family on the way,
Robin decided to sell it with an advert in Road & Track in the late summer of
1964. He only got one response from a young chap who lived in Kansas, he turned up with
$2000 and disappeared into the sunset and that is the last we heard of the
Olympic till you contacted us. The Olympic has been lost for 51 years.
Attached is a photo of the car in Chicago in October 1963.
From the photos you kindly sent me it looks as if someone has modified the front steel subframe, suspension and steering.
We have had the front Subframes re-manufactured again, so it may be possible with a new subframe and the used suspension and steering parts you have on the bench to rebuild the front back to originality.
We in the Rochdale Owners Club back here in England are very pleased to
learn that this Olympic after having been lost for 51 years still survives it
what looks to be in very good condition. We believe 8 Olympics were sent to America/Canada and
this makes 4 that are now known to have survived.
Thanks again for your help.