Tag: collector car

21 Jun

1949 Packard Super Eight Victoria convertible

This ’49 Packard is said to be a true one-owner Arizona car with “extensive” documentation and “meticulous” maintenance all its life. The seller notes that, “despite infrequent use, all fluids are changed twice per year by the owner’s mechanic.” The 90k indicated miles are claimed to be original. The car reportedly “starts right up” and […]

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20 Jun

Jaguar E-Type: Celebrating a Half Century in Style

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President John F. Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States, gas was 27 cents a gallon and gangs were fighting over who was the better dancer. The year was 1961, and Wayne Gretzky was not the only Great One born that year. The Jaguar E-Type was the first of its kind. […]

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20 Jun

1966 Chevrolet Impala 2-dr hard top

In the market for a solid collectible American car? Impalas were Chevrolet’s hottest sellers in the 1960s, and for good reason. They were big, comfortable, and featured attractive styling as well as a laundry list of available options. If you have acres of garage space, this is the car for you. This Impala looks like […]

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17 Jun

1973 Porsche 911T Racer

Looking for a good  911 track toy with gobs of documentation?  Go buy a lotto ticket, because today is your lucky day. The seller states that a complete book of history accompanies this car. All of the ten or so owners have reportedly contributed “each and every modification, parts change, oil change… with mileage that […]

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16 Jun

1983 Honda Civic 1500S

This ’83 Civic is the “sporty” S version, which came factory-equipped with upgraded suspension, rear stabilizer bar, tach, and front spoiler. The 1500 was the larger engine option, producing a whopping 69 hp, compared with the 1300’s 62. A five-speed manual rounds out the quirky little package, which looks like it still has a ton […]

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15 Jun

1936 Buick Series 40

Want to gain instant notoriety among local car enthusiasts? Show up in a custom ride. Take this 1936 Buick Series 40, for example.  It isn’t the most practical of devices, as there’s no heat or a/c. That’s not the point, though. It’s about looking good, showing off, and enjoying the drive. “I’d say this particular […]

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14 Jun

1957 Volvo PV444

This PV444 was restored from the ground up in 1998 at a reported cost of $10,000. The repaint was done in the stock Cherry Red color and then clearcoated, with chrome valve covers and wheels added (original hubcaps included), along with updated 12-volt electrics for stronger cranking. Under the hood is a “newer” B-20 engine […]

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