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|01||1925||Ahrens Fox||J-S-4||SOLD||This vehicle is the finest original Ahrens Fox big six cylinder fire pumper on the planet. The Ahrens Fox trucks were regarded as the Duesenbergs of fire fighting equipment. 691 cid inline six cylinder T head engine. 175" wheelbase, 22 feet 8 inches long. 8 feet tall. Fully equipped and in spectacular running condition.|
|02||1927||American LaFrance||Type 145 Pumper||SOLD||In service at Reading, Pennsylvania from 1927 to 1963. Six cylinder 130 horsepower.
|03||1914||American Underslung||Model 644||SOLD||This very rare six cylinder, 70 horsepower car is from the Bill Harrah collection, and has recently won an AACA National First Place award at the Hershey Fall meet (2006). There are only three examples of this marquee known to exist. The other two examples are housed at the Nethercutt Museum in Sylmar, California and in the Crawford Museum in Ohio. This car is listed on page 74 in "Motor Cars Of The Golden Past" by Ken Purdy.|
|04||1935||Auburn||Model 8-851 Supercharged Phaeton||SOLD||This car had a complete body-off show quality restoration.
Please refer to our Projects page for detailed restoration photos.
|05||1935||Auburn||Model 851 Supercharged Phaeton||SOLD||This 1935 Auburn is a CCCA National First Prize winner, and is categorized as a Category 1 car. It features a Columbia dual ratio rear end and is presented in maroon with a tan leather interior, beige top, chrome head lights, and maroon wire wheels.|
|06||1912||Autocar||Transit Bus||SOLD||Very rare eight passenger, two cylinder transit bus that is ready for display or ready to transport your friends at shows or swap meets. Hard rubber tires and very solid original body with old repaint.|
|07||1913||Brock||Model 31 Brougham Electric||SOLD||Model 31 Brougham with 96 inch wheelbase and only 8,195 miles recorded. Made in Cleveland, Ohio.|
|08||1905||Cadillac||Model K||SOLD||Show Quality|
|09||1906||Cadillac||"Tulip Body" Roadster||SOLD||Completely Original|
|10||1912||Cadillac||Model 30||SOLD||First electric start Cadillac. Fully restored and ready to tour.Call for more details.|
|11||1912||Cadillac||Model 30 Four-Passenger Phaeton||SOLD||Arriving at Shappy's shop in November, 2003. Needs cosmetics and some mechanical work. Cadillac was the first company to offer electric starting in its production line. That makes this vehicle special and sought-after by collectors.|
|12||1912||Cadillac||1912 Cadillac 5 Passenger Phaeton||SOLD||>This car has been meticulously restored to perfection and has won "Best Of Show" honors at the New England Cadillac LaSalle Show 2007. Perfect in every aspect.|
|13||1913||Cadillac||Model 30 Five Passenger Phaeton||SOLD||A full show-quality restoration is nearly complete on this car. We have scheduled it to be shown for the first time on Father's Day 2008, at the New England Cadillac LaSalle show in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.|
|14||1913||Cadillac||Model 30 Touring||SOLD||Low Mileage "Arizona Car". Nicely restored.|
|15||1914||Cadillac||Model 30 Touring||SOLD||Two speed rear end. Original paint. New diamond tufted upholstery and top.|
|16||1914||Cadillac||5 Passenger Phaeton||SOLD||Sold As Is|
|17||1915||Cadillac||Type 51 Landaulet||SOLD||"Best of Show" at 2004 New England Cadillac LaSalle show.|
|18||1917||Cadillac||Type 57 Roadster||SOLD||"Best of Show" at 2003 New England Cadillac LaSalle show.|
|19||1917||Cadillac||Type 57 Seven Passenger Touring||SOLD||Mostly Original|
|20||1917||Cadillac||Roadster||SOLD||An AACA National Senior Winner. This 1917 Roadster is flawless in every detail. It also sports five of the very rare and beautiful Rudge Whitworth wire wheels with a rear mounted spare, side curtains, and folding windshield. Like the rest of this superbly restored Cadillac, the original V-8 engine has also been finely tuned, restored, and detailed.|
|21||1928||Cadillac||Convertible Coupe||SOLD||All Original. Available Soon. One of two.|
|22||1929||Cadillac||Dual Cowl Phaeton||SOLD||National First Place Winner 2000 Grand Nationals.|
|SOLD||This car is the nicest 1930 V-16 original club sedan in the world. It is in outstanding original condition throughout, and it is in perfect running condition as well. This CCCA full classic is an ideal candidate for preservation class, showing, or participating in caravans.|
|24||1930||Cadillac||452-A (V-16) Imperial Limousine||SOLD||A very solid mostly original (new paint) automobile with completely rebuilt engine. Near completion and ready for sale.|
|25||1930||Cadillac||V-16 Fisher Coupe||SOLD||Very Rare|
|26||1930||Cadillac||V-16 Roadster||SOLD||Very Rare|
|27||1930||Cadillac||All Weather Phaeton||SOLD||Also a National First Place Winner in the 2000 Grand Nationals.
Please refer to our Projects page for detailed restoration photos.
|28||1931||Cadillac||V-12 Coupe Victoria||SOLD||Mostly Original
|29||1932||Cadillac||V-8 Dual Cowl Phaeton||SOLD||Completely original with only 29,000 miles.|
|30||1932||Cadillac||V-16 Dual Cowl Phaeton||SOLD||One of only three built.|
|31||1932||Cadillac||V-16 Open Front Town Car||SOLD||Pure Elegance|
|32||1933||Cadillac||V-16 Fisher bodied convertible coupe||SOLD||Won "Best of Show" at the 2005 New England Cadillac LaSalle show.|
|33||1933||Cadillac||V-16 Seven Passenger (Limo) Sedan||SOLD||Exterior in excellent original condition. All new interior.|
|34||1949||Cadillac||Model 60 Special||SOLD||Mostly original and running. 72,000 miles. Long term storage.|
|35||1949||Cadillac||Model 62 Convertible||SOLD||A very low-mileage original paint, original chrome, excellent running example of the first year Cadillac with overhead valve. We dont think a finer original 1949 Cadillac convertible exists. They are original only once. A new top was recently added. The previous well-known owner always boasted that this car never saw a rain drop.|
|36||1959||Cadillac||Convertible||SOLD||Low mileage and excellent original quality with original paint, chrome, and upholstery. New brakes, ball joints, top hydraulics, and factory air rebuild. Ready for touring.|
|37||1959||Cadillac||Eldorado Biaritz||SOLD||Very solid original car that has been recently restored to a very high point quality. The car features all Eldorado options including tri-power carburetion, power steering, power brakes, power seat, power windows, power rear vent windows, power trunk release, air conditioning, and original parade boot. A black beauty with complete new leather interior and top. One of only 1320 produced.|
|38||1971||Cadillac||Eldorado||SOLD||This car was used in many scenes in the soon to be released movie titled, "Hard Luck" starring Wesley Snipes, Cybill Shepard, and Mario Von Peebles. The movie to be released in May 2006.|
|39||1929||Chrysler||Model 75 Dual Cowl Phaeton||SOLD||Very solid car needing very little. New upholstery and original chrome. We have located a trunk rack, new shocks and other miscellaneous items.|
|40||1958||Corvette||289||SOLD||1958 Chevrolet Corvette, complete professional no-expense-spared body-off chassis restoration. Photo Documented and Certified by the NCRS as a regional "Top Flight Award" winner. Complete matching numbers, drivetrain, and 100% original "unhit" body. This pristine example has been refinished in its factory original color of Signet Red / White Coves, and it is one of 756 produced in this combination. Charcoal interior upholstery and white folding soft top compliment this truly amazing Corvette. Powered by the optional 283/270 hp dual quad V8 engine and mated to a 4-speed manual transmission and 3.70 positraction rear axle. Other options include ultra rare power windows (one of 649 produced), AM Wonderbar Radio, heater, courtesy lamp, parking brake alarm, and 6.70 x 15 whitewall tires. This highly sought after and extremely collectible one year only corvette will meet or exceed even the most discriminating collector's standards! Well over $100k spent on the preservation and restoration of this American Icon. One of the finest examples available in today's market.|
|41||1916||Crane Simplex||Torpedo Runabout||SOLD||Freshly Restored Engine. Body Paint is Mostly Original.|
|42||1918||Detroit Electric||Two-Door Coupe||SOLD||Original Body and Paint
Very Low Mileage
|43||1971||Dodge||Superbee 440 Cubic Inch||SOLD||A fresh restoration has recently been completed. This car is ready for show or go.|
|44||1912||Ford||Model T C Cab||SOLD||A four year show-quality restoration was recently completed (March 2007). There are zero miles on this freshly restored brass T|
|45||1933||Ford||Model 40 V-8 Phaeton||SOLD||A very rare 4 door phaeton which has been in storage for over forty five years. These cars are bringing over $100,000 in restored condition. This car is a good runner and is priced to sell.|
|46||1934||Ford||Model "B" Racer||SOLD||Fresh Complete restoration for show or go.|
|47||1972||Jaguar||XKE Roadster||SOLD||A low mileage 12 cylinder roadster in superb condition throughout. A well documented automobile with only one previous owner.|
|48||2004||Lamborghini||Gallardo||SOLD||Low mileage absolutely perfect model. Never has seen rain or winter weather.|
|49||1939||LaSalle||Convertible Coupe||SOLD||Fully restored with impeccable new paint and chrome. Very low mileage and an excellent runner.|
|50||1922||Locomobile||Roadster||SOLD||A very low mileage beauty with original paint and nickel plating. Mechanically sound and ready for show or go. New top, tires, and upholstery just completed. Probably the finest original example in the world.|
|51||1953||Morgan||Plus 4||SOLD||A beautifully restored early California car. Ready to go.|
|52||1929||Packard||Model 645 Custom Roadster by Rollston||SOLD||CCCA "National First Place" winner. This very rare one-of-a-kind automobile was built for the New York Auto Salon, in 1929.|
|53||1937||Packard||Henney Hearse||SOLD||A very solid original car that needs restoring. Seems to be very complete.|
|54||1939||Packard||1708 Twelve Cylinder||SOLD||This car was used in Hollywood, California as the filming studio's special limo. Soft top and divider window. Only 446 Twelve cylinder cars were produced by Packard, in 1939.|
|55||1939||Packard||1700 Series||SOLD||Twelve cylinder, 144-inch wheelbase, 49,000 original miles.|
|56||1942||Packard||Model 120 Convertible Coupe||SOLD||Rebuilt engine and transmission with overdrive, rebuilt vacuum top, body work complete. Beautiful original chrome.|
|57||1933||Pierce Arrow||Model 1236 Convertible||SOLD||This model broke the land speed record, in 1933.|
|58||1914||Pope Hartford||Portola Roadster||SOLD||Complete three year show restoration recently completed on this very rare car. Engine work done at Lab Threads of Connecticut.|
|59||1922||Rolls Royce||Silver Ghost Display Engine and Transmission||SOLD||This is a completely rebuilt running engine which includes transmission, Waterford E-06 magneto,manifolds,water cooled carburetor,instrument gauges, radiator, nickel shell, mascot and much more. In 1922 Only 230 cars were built and all were custom made to order.|
|60||1927||Rolls Royce||Springfield Piccadilly Roadster||SOLD||New restoration of the most highly regarded body style ever placed on a Rolls Royce chassis because of its perfect body lines. Write for more technical information.|
|61||1912||Speedwell||Model H Speedcar||SOLD||Winner of the 2009 Concours d'eleganse. This very rare and freshly restored 50 horsepower brass-era beauty is now available for sale.
Former owners include opera singer James Melton, Winthrop Rockefeller, and Bill Harrah. More details and photos available on request.
|63||1909||Walker||Electric Baker's Wagon||SOLD||Completely Original|
|Vintage Motorcycles Listed Below|
|64||1952||Ariel Square Four / With Dusting Side Car||Mark 1 (1000CC)||SOLD||Very nice original good running ex Australian bike. Register TM 373.|
|65||1939||BSA with Murphy Side Car||M-20 500CC (engine #23425)||SOLD||Ex Australia military. Good running motorcycle with Girder forks. Has Murphy 1 1/2 sidecar.|
|66||1910||Flying Merkel||Single||SOLD||Another piece of cycling history in its original and pristine condition. Well running and complete.|
|67||1911||Flying Merkel||V-Twin Board Track Racer||SOLD||Beautifully restored to "zero" miles.|
|68||1911||Flying Merkel||Single||SOLD||All original Merkel single with many hard to find accessories including, speedometer,headlight, tail light, small carbide tank, trunk rack, horn and leather storage box etc|
|69||1914||Flying Merkel||Twin||SOLD||Total restoration of the most advanced style Merkel made. A very rare Model 473 7hp chain drive version.|
|70||1905||FN||Type A Four-Cylinder Motorcycle||SOLD||This example was purchased in 2000 from Belgium, and it is undergoing a painstaking restoration. It has been part of the OQuinn Collection since 2006, benefiting from proper storage.|
|71||1914||Harley Davidson||Twin||SOLD||In storage for over fifty Years. Runs like new.|
|72||1918||Harley Davidson||Twin Model J Electric||SOLD||A complete and exhaustive mechanical restoration of the engine and working parts of this motorcycle have just been completed. This is one of the best running pieces in the collection. Ready for show and go.|
|73||1951||Harley Davidson||51G (1513)||SOLD||Blue and White
|74||1927||Henderson||Four Cylinder||SOLD||One hundred percent complete and running. Many extra parts included.|
|75||1907||Indian||Single||SOLD||Very well documented provenance. All genuine real parts. No reproduction parts here. Has been in storage for the past 65 years. Original extra gas tank available.|
|76||1912||Indian||V-Twin||SOLD||Restored in mid-seventies. Not ridden since.|
|77||1914||Indian||Twin||SOLD||Fully restored to show winning status with no expense spared.|
|79||1917||Indian||Power Plus||SOLD||A fresh show quality restoration has just been completed.|
|80||1918||Indian||Model "O" Opposed (Vertical) Engine||SOLD||Mostly original with painted tank. Here is your chance to own a piece of motorcycle history at an affordable price. We have done nothing to the bike yet and are offering it for sale now at $12,500!|
|81||1918||Indian||Model "O"||SOLD||Mostly Original
Good Running Condition.
|83||1951||Indian||Chief||SOLD||A very beautiful restoration was completed on this low mileage "Roadmaster" twin.|
|84||1901||Thomas||1 1/2 Horsepower||SOLD||The first American production motorcycle made. 11.66 cubic inch, 2 1/2 inch stroke, 2 7/16 bore. Made in Buffalo, New York by the E. R. Thomas Co. Only eight are known to exist. A professional museum quality restoration was just completed on this fine gem. Absolutely awesome!|
|85||1910||Yale||Single||SOLD||A very rare good running all original early motorcycle.|