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1941 Ford Truck-Charlie
This 1941 Ford Pick Up was brought out of Storage in 2013 where it had been since 1962. Originally customized in 1948 by Charles Broder, owner of "Charlie's Auto Service" in Tucson, a shop that closed in the late 1980's. Charles Broder was an avid car collector before most current car collectors were even born. The truck is very solid with no rust in the body, which appears in good shape overall and the paint still shines nicely for a job that was done in 1965 with minimal natural patina accents. All of the era accessories were installed in the late 40's, they include bumper guards, driving light, locking gas cap, brake light turn signal on shifter, turn signal "arrow" light mounted under the tailgate, motor minder gauge, vacuum operated e-brake buzzer, lantern brake light, flame thrower exhaust, Bosch column mounted clock, rocket hood emblem and spotlight. The striping paint work was done by "Spencer" who we believe used to paint signs for Barnum and Bailey Circus.

Price: $40,500 |  More Info   |  
1946 Chevrolet Truck
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Surfer's perfect ride. A beach boy special.
This 1951 was the last year of the iconic Ford Woodie that inspired the Beach Boys and all of California's surfer cult. The Woodie was a style of car with production beginning in the 1940s that had the majority of its rear section made out of wood. Most of the Woodies made were station wagons. These cars were used by railway stations in order to transport small shipments of cargo or for luggage. The wood on a Woodie was coated in a clear coat finish in order to make it weather resistant and to add to the appeal...

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1957 Buick Estate Wagon ready for the retro dinner tours.
This 50's art deco station wagon is powered by a fresh 421cid Nailhead engine coupled to an automatic transmission and 9" Currie Ford rear end. In addition to the Mooneyes engine dress-up components, it features air conditioning, power brakes and steering, Edelbrock carburetor, chrome alternator and polished compressor. New Coker white wall tires add to the vintage look. The red and white exterior is complimented by the same color interior and the Impala steering wheel. The wagon runs and drives beautifully.

Price: $45,000 |  More Info   |  
1959 Borgward Isabelle TS
The German car companies that failed after WWII were often respected innovators. Glas fell to BMW in 1966, while in 1969, NSU succumbed to Audi, by then part of VW. Perhaps the biggest German loss was Borgward, based in the Sebaldsbruck district of Bremen, founded by the forbidding Carl F Borgward in 1928. Before World War Two, Borgward took over the Hansa and Lloyd marques, which along with the company's Goliath brand, survived into the Fifties as badges for the group's small, two-stroke-engined cars. The Borgward brand itself was reserved for the company's larger models. At the top of the range...

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1961 Chevrolet Impala
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Rare 23 Window restored to perfection. The VW Classic Best Bus Award Winner.
This 23 window deluxe sunroof bus is the ultimate VW . This was a 7 year long high end restoration. This bus is the rare original color scheme of Mouse Grey and Pearl White. Every part on this bus was completely rebuilt and detailed to the highest level possible. The interior has a German mohair headliner, original German balsamic grey interior, all original latches, handles ashtrays and luggage rails restored to perfection. Many NOS parts ...

Price: $250,000 |  More Info   |  Make Offer
1964 Chevrolet Nova
The Nova started out as a car that Chevrolet needed to compete against the new compact-car wars that was heating up. The Nova was designed straight from the drawing board, not from any other car. Ford came out with the Falcon/Comet, Chrysler came out with the Valiant/Dart, AMC had the Rambler American and Studebaker had its Lark. Although Chevy already had a compact car (the Corvair), the goal was to come out with a car that would compete with the new RWD compacts. All of these cars were of "unibody" design, with a ...

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1965 Mustang Convertible. Low mileage all original. Pony Car at its finest.
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In 1961, Lee Iacocca, vice president and general manager of Ford Division, had a vision. His vision was a car that would seat four people, have bucket seats, a floor mounted shifter, be no more than 180 inches long, weigh less than 2500 pounds, and sell for less than $2500.00. Out of this vision, the Ford Mustang was born. After many months of meetings, discussions and market surveys, funding was finally approved for the Mustang in September of 1962. On March 9, 1964 the first Mustang rolled off of the assembly line. Only 18 months had elapsed since the Mustang...

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2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak
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