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1932 Packard Model 904
History as known, sold in the mid 70's from a HMN classified ad (Long Island, NY) to Gene Perkins (then president of the CCCA). At the time, the car was a low mileage original car (dark blue with a dark brown leather top). It was inexpensively cosmetically restored by standards of the day in the two shades of green that remains today. From there, it was purchased to be used as a trade car towards a 32 Packard Custom. . .
1933 Marmon V-16 Engine Only
1933 V16. Engine only. Missing some components. It was formerly owned by the Swiggert Museum (Pennsylvania), since the 1940's. Story is; it was removed from a very low mileage wreck in the 40's and has been in good dry indoor storage ever since. I have been told it's a 1933 (I don't know for certain). I was also recently told that it has less than 10,000 miles (I don't know for certain. . .
1934 Ford Sport Sedan
1934 Ford V-8 "Sport Sedan" by Hollbrook. This car was an original Olympia Show Stand (London) car for the 1934 show. It is a "one-off" custom body. Approximate original cost was $4500 USD. This would have been about five times what a standard US delivery version of a factory four door sedan cost when new. It is RHD. It is a true sport sedan with lightweight bucket seats in the front and a bench seat for two in. . .
1936 Harley Davidson Knucklehead
1936 "KNUCKLEHEAD" (36EL1178) with factory sidecar. This is a first year Knucklehead. Museum Stored in central Virginia. Restoration is from either the 1980's or 1990's. Belly cases are matching numbers (36-1207/36-1207). Nicely restored. Like almost all first year/1936 Knuckleheads, it has slightly later frame and pieces. Priced accordingly. . .
1940 Ford COE Streamliner Fuel Tanker
FORD, 1940 COE Streamliner Fuel Tanker. Solid, very complete truck worthy of complete restoration. I've owned it for several years. It's been stored inside. Not rusty, not patched up. Appears to have its original V8 flat head engine. Sensational Art Deco commercial vehicles like this rarely trade. Stored in Central Virginia. . .
1942 Oldsmobile 68C
Oldsmobile convertible, 1942 Eight Cylinder Model 68C. This is a "barn find," original, never restored example and believed to be one of only three known. It has been dry stored in the basement of a museum, from 1965 up until I bought it about 10 years ago. Very recently we decided to get her running and serviced up. The gas tank was cleaned, the fuel pump was rebuilt and the brake system has been overhauled A to Z with a. . .
1954 Peugeot 203 Sedan
1954 Peugoet 203 Sedan. Very handsome and well preserved original example. Runs well, but brakes require overhaul and at least a major service should be performed since she has been in long term dry indoor storage. Stored in Central Virginia. Clear title. Might trade. Call or text 215-906-7001. Or, email . .
1964 Studebaker R-2 Super Hawk
This is a superbly preserved "never restored survivor" preservation quality "factory Supercharged R-2 Super Hawk". Total mileage from new is 63,115. I have owned this car for ten years. It has been garage kept since new. I am only its third owner from new. Known history since day one. Recent power brake unit rebuild and new battery. Lots of historical paperwork. I have put less then 500 miles on this car over the course of the last ten years. . .
1965 Volvo 544 Sport Coupe
This is a well maintained zero rust example of perhaps the marques most iconic model. Slate gray with red interior. It was found in its long time owner's garage right off of 17 Mile Drive, in Pebble Beach, CA. Its Monterey Peninsula license plate frames suggest it was likely sold new and remained in that area from new. It's Delmonte Forrest badge is still with it. Odometer reads 37,444 miles, but it may really be a superbly cared for 137k. . .
1987 Alfa Graduate Spider
Here is a fine example of one of the last series of Alfa Graduate spiders. Miles on the odometer read approximately 42,000 miles and we believe it to be actual. She runs and drives extremely well. We just installed a brand new set of Michelin Tires. The paint appears to be original and no signs of any rust or significant damage ever. We consider these Alfa spiders to be "blue chip" investments. Museum stored in central Virginia. . .

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Lynchburg, Virgina, 24505

Mark J Smith

Phone: 215-906-7001

Nate Thompson

Phone: 434-509-6219

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