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55’ Desoto Fireflite Sportsman Coupe–$26,500.00

Believed to have 55K Org. Miles. The Fireflite was introduced in 1955 as De Soto’s flagship model.
It was wider and longer than previous DeSoto models  Equipped with a Hemispherical-headed V8 engine producing 255 hp and PowerFlite automatic transmission.  The transmission was operated by a Flite-Control lever located on the dashboard. The car was best known for its long, tapering tail fins, often accentuated by a two-tone exterior finish.  The interior offered bench seating that could accommodate six passengers.  The Fireflite had a 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 11 seconds and a top speed of 110 mph. This nicely restored Desoto features a Hemi V-8 engine and Powerflite automatic transmission. The paint, chrome trim and upholstery are faithful to original.

63’ Chrysler Imperial–$12,500.00

All Org., 16K Miles on rebuilt motor, Org. Paint, Awards given for Most Original Car, From a Nevada Estate, First car to have Dual AC, Most Expensive car of its Time, 360 HP 413 4 Valve, Front & rear air conditioning, Power disc brakes, Power steering, Power seat, Engine rebuilt to run off of today’s gas, Original paint and interior, New brakes, water pump, fuel pump, Driver window needs assist, part included to make repair, Runs perfect, with no known issues!

1976 Lincoln Town Car–$2,500.00

75K original miles , All power, original interior, V8, ac/heat, stereo 8 track player

1972 Chevy C10 Harley Davidson Truck — $14,500.00

Great looking PU. Lowered. Custom black and orange paint with matching interior. Buick nail head motor, V-8 with what looks like a brand new Edelbrock 4 BC carburetor. Automatic transmission. AM/FM CD radio with 2 speakers. GT Grant wood steering wheel. Harley-Davidson floor mats. Power steering. Power front disc brakes. New custom chrome grill. Chrome front bumper. Boyd Coddington 17″ Wheels with like brand new tires. These ’71 ’72 Chevy PU’s are great drivers and this one is no exception.


Very Rare example of a 1960 Victor Vauxhall Super. Probably only survived because it was in a private collection in Arizona for most of its life until coming to California about 10 years ago. Car runs great and shows little signs of ware on a older restoration. It is all 100% original even the original radio still works. generator and voltage regulator were just replaced.  It runs and drives great as it should.  These were a very low production model that were mostly sold in the U K. But a few years were made by G M and sold at the Pontiac dealers here in the states. This one comes with a California black and yellow personalized plate reading 1960 VIC . It has almost new wide Whitehall tires and recently powder coated wheels. Car comes with a ton of spare parts and every manual ever made for it as well as a paper trail dating back to day one. Car is a blast to drive and always DRAWS a crowd at any gas station. And someone always asks what is it?? It is referred in the u k as the British 57 Chevy. Really it looks like the 57 Chevy went through the dryer and shrunk a bit. They were only produced as 4 door sedans. This is a rare opportunity to own a true american / British classic.

1972 MERCEDES 350 SL–$9,000.00
It had 2 owners with the 1977 title being the last one until today.  It runs great it has new paint note these photos were taken before new paint. 173,000.00 original miles claimed. It has the rare short bumpers .It was a low production collector’s car. The removable hard top is in excellent condition.  The convertible top will need to be reupholstered but the frame is in good condition.  Car has no rust and has always been a California car.  Also have a lot of paperwork history and manuals on the car.

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