Vehicles in Inventory

1963 MG B Roadster

Stock Number: 7032  |  Price: $47,500

Introduced in September of 1962, the MGB picked up where the MGA left off, which turned out to be an even greater success than its ...

1937 Chrysler CW Airflow “Major Bowes”

Stock Number: 6841  |  Price: $499,500

In April of 1934, the Major Bowes Amateur Hour debuted on WHN radio in New York City. “Major” Edward Bowes, who created and hosted the ...

1949 Delahaye 135MS Letourneur Et Marchand Coupe

Stock Number: 6905  |  Price: $295,000

In the years leading up to World War II, Delahaye enjoyed elite status among the top French automakers, earning its lauded reputation for quality and ...

1923 Buick Series 23 Depot Hack

Stock Number: 6801  |  Price: $47,500

Cherished by noted Buick enthusiasts and collectors since the 1950s, this charming six-cylinder Series 23 features a rarely-seen Depot Hack body by J.T. Cantrell of ...

1971 Stutz Blackhawk Series 1 Coupe

Stock Number: 6572  |  Price: $299,000

During his tenure as the head of Chrysler design, Virgil Exner defined the iconic fins & chrome era of the 1950s with his revolutionary “Forward ...

1957 Bill Frick Special GT Coupe

Stock Number: 7127  |  Price: $325,000

To anyone involved in the burgeoning American sports car scene in the 1950s, Bill Frick is a legendary character. As early as the 1930s, Frick ...

Vehicles in Sales Archive

1960 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet

In the post-war period of recovery, Mercedes-Benz concentrated on re-establishing itself as a leader in the automotive industry. Their measured and focused approach earned them ...

1955 Austin Healey 100S

Before production of the sensational new Austin-Healey 100 sports car began in earnest at Austin’s Longbridge plant, twenty pre-production cars, numbered AHX1 through AHX20, were ...

1909 Imperia Roadster

It is likely that only a handful of the staunchest of motoring enthusiasts would be able to name an automobile manufacturer besides Minerva or FN ...

1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer

Upon its debut in 1907, the Rolls-Royce 40/50 horsepower “Silver Ghost” was considered to be the most advanced motorcar money could buy. With Henry Royce’s ...

1954 MG TF Roadster

In the late 1930s, MG adopted the robust and affordable XPAG engine from Morris for the new T-series. The change wasn’t necessarily welcomed by traditional ...