1931 Ford Hot Rod
Custom built, old school, all documentation included. SOLD
1995 Jaguar XJS Convertible
49,817 Miles SOLD
4 Litre, 6 Cylinder, Automatic, good condition, runs well, alloy wheels, needs a top.
2009 Jaguar XKR
4 Litre Supercharged SOLD
1972 Dodge Charger SOLD
340 Magnum engine. Garaged for 20 years. Only 3800 made, only 1 year for the rally pack.
1959 Oldsmobile Super 88 Celebrity Sedan
Mileage - 66,000 SOLD
Lovingly maintained & cared for. This vehicle drives just like it looks, Beautifully! Many photos available upon request, inside, outside, & undercarriage, etc. No choppers & croppers! Serious buyers only!
For sale by original owner. This is a continuation of the famous Ford GT of the 1960's. Car number is SPG2098R, Chasis number is GT40 P/2098R, VIN is P2098R. This is a track car, it is not street legal, & as such has never been titled. Right hand drive. Authentic Right-Hand Sill Rod Shaft (not cable). British racing green with yellow "Gulf" stripe & painted rondels. Ordered in December 2010 through Pathfinder Motorsports in Melbourne, Florida, USA. Car was assembled by Holman Moody in Charlotte, NC, USA. (They ran one of the GT 40 race teams for Ford Motor Co. in the 1960's)
1970 VW Beetle SOLD
Miles - 66,931
Engine runs well. Hurst shifter & linkage.
1987 Jaguar XJSC SOLD
All original. Black, tan interior. Removable top. Paint in excellent condition. Runs & drives beautifully. Everything works.
1984 Jaguar XJS
Miles - 102,293 SOLD
A Very unique Jaguar. Very quick & nimble early 1984 XJS 3.6 with 5 speed getrag transmission that was used as a test car when sent to the U.S. among a small group of cars to introduce the model to Jaguar North America. Following a test/demo period, these cars were scheduled to be destroyed & parted out, but after sitting for a year at Jag NA in New Jersey, an executive convinced Coventry the cars had historical significance & the cars were auctioned to high Jag executives. These were not grey market cars but shipped to the U.S. through Jag NA and were EPA compliant, etc. Only 24 of these cars came to the U.S. Of those, only two are known to have the black & mulberry color scheme. Has two sets of wheels, original & later XJS factory wheels. Has custom XJS breathable cover with the Jaguar logo on it.
1989 Jaguar XJS
90,633 miles SOLD
You are looking at an exceptionally well kept, great looking classic Jaguar XJS V12 coupe, is one of the finest series that Jaguar makes. The car has been meticulously serviced. In fact, it runs & drives like new. It has original paint in Signal Red & looks like new, combined with tan leather interior that is in excellent condition. The engine is an exceptional V12, runs strong & smooth, provides the power you have come to expect from a Jaguar. The transmission has the Jaguar mark on it as well & shifts like a new car. The car runs great! The engine compartment is clean & free of any leaks. All electrical options are in working order. Have installed Borla High Performance Exhaust, modified air cleaners, K&N air filters, new tires, & updated with an Alpine sound system. This Jaguar is equipped with a climate control system & the A/C runs ice cold. Heated seats are definitely a nice addition.
1984 Jaguar XJ6
Miles - 116,000 SOLD
Black & Tan. Runs & drives like new. Paint is a little less than fair. Few minor rust issues, which could be repaired by good body man. New tires. Dayton wire wheels. Kenwood stereo system.
1995 Jaguar XJS Convertible
Miles 54,634 SOLD
Good every day driver, low miles.
1998 Jaguar XJSC SOLD
This model Jaguar with T-Tops & optional rear top, was only produced for 2 years, 1987 & 1988. This is a 1 owner, 5.3 liter, V12, Jaguar with 61,199 miles. This car has been garaged for its entire life. Original paint is in good condition. Vehicle has had recent tune up, new front & rear brakes, new rear shocks, & alignment. Runs & drives very well.
1966 Olds Toronado. SOLD
First year front wheel drive for Oldsmobile. 425ci. engine. Engine & trans mission was said to be rebuilt 10 years ago. Car has been sitting indoors for the last 10 years. Still has Bias Ply tires. Poured gas in the carburetor, engine started briefly. If you are a Toronado fan, good candidate for a restoration, or parts car. This car is totally original down to the spare tire.
This 1956 Jaguar XK 140 Roadster was identified in 2008 as part of an aging collection of exotic automobiles in Southern Illinois. This particular automobile was in a state of significant disrepair. After careful consideration the current owners purchased the car. It then underwent a complete and thorough restoration. Soon afterwards, it was entered in its first competition in the St. Louis European Auto Show in June, 2009, where it won best of marque. It has been subsequently shown in the Classy Chassis Concours d'Elegance in Houston, Texas in 2010. The automobile was shown in the St Louis Jaguar Club show in October, 2010 where it won best of class. The car was then displayed in the Santa Fe Concorso in September, 2012, where it received the Presidents Award.
1971 VW Beetle.
Mileage 94,495. SOLD
This classic car boasts a new convertible top & headliner. Interior refreshed. New brakes, valve job, exhaust, carburetor, headlights, tires, weatherstrip, chrome bumpers, etc... Runs & drives great!
1994 Jaguar XJS. SOLD
Black, Black & Gray Interior. Great driver, runs & drives like new, well maintained, has always been garaged. 46,000 Miles. $15,000