These cars have found new homes

All the cars listed below are cars that we have had the pleasure of selling for our clients.  If any of these cars interest you, please use the contact form in the individual listings to have us find one just like it for you.

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Possibly the best Healey ever in our inventory. 100% correct, all matching numbers with flawless original sheet metal.
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1954 Siata 300BC race car, ST448, Fly Yellow, Hammertone interior without trim. Correct seats, Braje-built 750cc Crosley, tastefully done rollover protection, original wheels and rear axle, rib case Sprite box. Some original...
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Volkswagen capitalized on the overwhelming popularity of their Beetle by following “the people’s car” with a sporty sister: the Karmann Ghia.
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To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company, a successor to the glorious Ford GT40 of the 1960s was unveiled in 2003. The GT’s design was a modern homage to the car that had achieved four consecutive Le Mans...
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History tells us that Enzo Ferrari, upon seeing the new Jaguar XK-E, said that, “it is the most beautiful car ever made,” and decades later, many automotive experts have seconded his opinion. Derived from the D Type – a car...
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This Mustang started life as a 350 GT 2+2 Auto Fastback and was transformed into the 347cin 450hp 5 speed street car it is today. Only has traveled 2200 miles sense being completed in 2006. Fast reliable Mustang that can be...
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First selling in the 1960's, the US Emission Control laws were hard for Alfa Romeo and in 1968 to 1970 they completely disappeared from the US market. The Duetto model was introduced in 1966 and Alfa sold the same basic car...
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The car being offered here has completed just 199 miles since a total and complete professional refurbishment.
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Sold from 1958 to 1960 the 6 seat version of the Villager was the highest sales volume of this model with 5687 produced in the '59 model year. The Villager was offered in both 6 and 9 passenger versions. The Villager came...
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Americans had found out that small nimble British sports convertibles were great fun to drive compared with mostly larger stateside vehicles. 10,000 MG TCs were produced from September 1945 to November 1949 and these car...
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Founded in 1958 by the Walklett Bros Ginetta's aim was to offer a simple lightweight alternative to the Chapman designed Lotus 7, which was a strong contender in club racing and beyond.
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The Lotus Europa was manufactured in England by Lotus cars from 1966-1975. In 1971 the car was updated by the “Special” edition which replaced the original Renault 1470 cc engine with a twin cam Lotus-Ford engine of 1557 cc...
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In 1936 the Oldsmobile Series F had only minor styling changes. These changes consisted of raising the height of the headlights slightly and moving the position of the interior door handles. The “L” head six cylinder engine...
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The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer which was produced by Aston Martin from 1994 to 2004. This model was manufactured in both coupe and convertible versions. The car debuted in 1993 and was the work of designer Ian Callum.
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At the end of 2006 this car was subject to a total restoration on a rotisserie . The entire vehicle was stripped and rebuilt and a time line was kept detailing the various steps and when they were completed. At the same time...
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The Mercury Comet was Ford Motor Company's luxury personal sporty car in the mid sixties.The Caliente shared a common floor plan with the Mustang. Mercury division marketed the top of the line Comet Caliente as a Euro...
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The first Alfa Giulietta was introduced in1957 at the Turin Motor show. A press introduction was staged on the Monza race track in 1959. The first 100 homologation cars featured steel bodies with alloy trunk hood and doors....
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This car has been totally rebuilt and brought into as new condition. In many respects this car is substantially better then when new and built to a higher specification. Money has not been spared or quality compromised in...
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The Eleven was designed by Colin Chapman and fitted with a sleek body designed by aerodynamicist Frank Costin. Its top version, dubbed Le Mans, was generally fitted with a 1100cc Coventry Climax FWA engine and occasionally...
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Alfa Romeo introduced its 2600 model range at the 1962 Geneva Motor Show. The 2600 range was offered in three models, one being the two door spider. These spiders were designed and built by Touring of Milan.
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The Morgan Plus Four is a more powerful, and in the case of the earlier cars, slightly longer version of the Morgan Motor Company's 1950 4/4 model. The wheelbase was lengthened by 4” to 96”. The width increased by 2” to 47...
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The Ford mustang has become one of the most popular collector cars of all time. The 1964 ½ -1966 early Mustangs have become very desirable, pricey and sought after by collectors. Ford sold all the Mustangs it could produce....
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In 1932, Chevrolet introduced their Confederate model line that featured a long hood and flowing deep fenders. Deluxe models included extra chrome plated door louvers, 18 inch wire wheels, tilting windshield, built in sun...
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Mercedes Benz's redesigned 300 models of the early 1960s, were know internally within the company as the W112. Featuring fresh, new slab-sided styling, as well as an all-aluminum, overhead-cam six cylinder engine, that...
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Automotive Restorations is proud to offer a race car that is as much at home on the La Carrera Panamericana Road Rally as it is on the track at Lime Rock Park.
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The fixed roof MGB GT was introduced in October 1965. Production continued until 1980. The MGB GT sported a greenhouse designed by Pininfarina and launched the sporty hatchback style.
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This well maintained race car has been successfully campaigned in vintage events all over the USA including: Sebring, Monterey, Lime Rock and many others. It has a continuous race history since 1965, including multiple...
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This BN 7 is a multiple show winner including a Gold Level Certificate at the BMC Canadian Concours d' Elegance. In addition, the car was selected as a parade car to drive Nico Rossberg and Ralf Schumacher around the course...
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The MGB was a two-door sports car manufactured and marketed by MG Car Company. Production of the MGB started in 1962 and manufacturing was later moved to the British Motor Corporation.
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This is an unusual situation where a vehicle has been subjected to a total ground up restoration by Ugo Peraldo starting with the purchase of a new chassis.
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The Turner Sports Car Company near Wolverhampton, England produced fiberglass bodied sports cars from 1951 thru 1966. The arrival of the Sports Mk 1 featured substantial revisions to the body and chassis.
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The XK 120 (Drop Head Coupe) was launched in 1953, two years after the introduction of the XK120 roadster . The DHC was more luxuriously appointed than the roadster and featured wind up windows and wood veneer on the...
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This pristine GTS Dino is finished in Rosso Corsa red with black leather interior. Originally purchased by Bob Fergus of Columbus, Ohio in May, 1972. He used the car in Europe for personal transportation until 1976.
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This car was purchased in London, having been manufactured by Jaguar in January 1962. The current owner has now decided to sell the car after 52 years of single ownership. The car is complete and drives well on the road.
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The Elva Courier was conceived as a result of the success story of Elva sports racing cars, being built in small workshops in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.
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This 1967 Morris Mini Cooper has been professionally built by Mini Tec of Royston, GA. The car has gone through an extensive conversion including a Honda V Tech DOHC B16 A which is rated at 197 hp.
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1964 Ford Falcon Monte Carlo Lightweight. A race/rally car with FIA papers, extremely lightweight with legitimate fiberglass fenders, front hood, doors, rear deck lid and bumpers. Car raced in Europe and won the...

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The 1964 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible was a car of many firsts. As an example, the Eldorado for 1964 was the only Cadillac to have all door and seat surfaces completely upholstered in leather. It was also the only...
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The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different generations of automobiles marketed by the Dodge division of Chrysler. From 1970 to 1974, the first generation Dodge Challenger pony car was built using the Chrysler E...
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This is an extremely rare Callaway Supernatural Camaro convertible. According to Callaway, this is 1 of 5 Camaro convertibles and 1 of 1 fitted with a 6-speed Supernatural manual transmission.
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The car we are offering is a 1957 S (Special Equipment) coupe version, a car with equally stunning lines and the advantage of comfortable year round driving. The car comes with a Heritage certificate and is a matching...

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The Austin-Healey 3000 MK 111 was introduced in 1963 and remained in production until the end of 1967 when the production of Austin-Healey ceased. Classified as a BJ8, the new model was the most powerful and luxurious of...

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The 2002 Tii was created from the desire of two prominent executives from BMW to put a 2 liter engine in their 1600 series cars. At the same time, American importer Max Hoffman was asking BMW for a sporting version of the...

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This fine example of a Lotus Elan Series 1 is the third oldest 1964 car in the Lotus Elan Registry, with only 15,963 miles on the odometer. The color is a classic British Racing Green with a black interior. The body and...

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The Jaguar XJS was a luxury sport convertible produced by Jaguar from 1975 to 1996. The XJS has a reputation for being a fine grand touring car with great capabilities for distance travel.

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This low mileage beauty is a true time warp. It shows a fine patina inside and out and the engine compartment is very tidy belying its mileage. It is totally original in every respect.

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Here is the perfect chance to own a classic Rolls-Royce knowing that it is ready to be driven and offers all the great pleasures of Gatsby era motoring.

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True beauty is literally defined as an art in the classic styling of its rounded front-end, with its split grille design and art deco bumper. The long body lines of this Continental define elegance in motion with the long...

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This well sorted and professionally setup Triumph Spitfire is a highly competitive race ready Group One car.

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This car is a former SCCA G/F production race car that has been converted for vintage use over a decade ago and has been successfully campaigned since.

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This 1959 AC Ace/Bristol Roadster is a solid original, that is 60% of the way through a professional frame up restoration. It is a very well documented original D2 specification car. The mechanical components have been...

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This 2+2 coupe comes with a Lucas fuel injected six cylinder engine that is mated with a ZF 5-speed transmission. This is an original low mileage car showing 2,728 Km on the odometer.

  • 1976 March Formula Atlantic
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This example is a March Formula Atlantic with a Wenz 1600cc Cosworth BEA engine and has a Bahner tub. The chassis number of this car is 76B-8. This car is currently wearing the Citi Bank livery. 

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This 1938 Bentley 41/4 litre is only car that was bodied by the famous H.J. Mulliner that featured a unique disappearing top design. The car was originally sold by the well-known London dealer, Jack Barclay. The dealer’s...

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The Sting Ray was lauded in the Automotive press almost unanimously for its handling, road adhesion and sheer power.  Read on to see the extensive options this oringal owner car is equipped with.

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Unique and fascinating F5000 car with a great history. It is chassis number B30-75-01 and was constructed by Chrevron for David Purley of Bognor Regis, England in 1975.

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This 1952 Porsche 1500 Super Split-Window coupe (S/N 11141, Motor #30097) is being offered by its second owner who purchased the car 39 years ago. This is one of the best surviving and properly restored early examples in...

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This Jaguar which was originally sold in California, still has its Black Plate. It has been meticulously maintained and comes with an extensive file of documentation.

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This last of the air-cooled Porsches is well represented by this 1997  twin turbo coupe model 993.  Not only is this car all-wheel drive, but features a very rare color.

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The Porsche 911 is the flagship of the current line-up of Porsche. It is a two-door grand touring car made by Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany. It has a distinctive design, rear engine and with independent rear suspension...

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With its unique “pagoda style” hard top, it made these cars among the best-loved sports tourers of their day and cars in good condition have become highly sought after by collectors, increasing in value.

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The model T Ford put Americans behind the wheel of a practical and affordable every day car, but MG put Americans behind the wheel of a true sports car.

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This 1967 AC Cobra replica started life as a rolling chassis manufactured by Shell Valley Motors.  The buyer selected Cobra Motorsports in Columbia, CT to complete the car.

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This is a car that has benefitted from a very careful life. It has been carefully restored with the original color code and matching interior. The car drives and runs perfectly.

  • 1972 Chevron B21
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Highly sought after for vintage racing, this Chevron B21, chassis number 17, has been well campaigned and maintained throughout its life.

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This 1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan is the subject of an older restoration. However, everything is as it should be.

  • 1956 Chevrolet 150
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There were 300 of these examples originally manufactured and they were generally delivered to government agencies. This particular example was sold to the Navy Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut, and was painted in...

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This 1967 Big Block Corvette Roadster has recently completed a body off restoration to absolute Concours standards, no expense has been spared to achieve perfect condition. The engine is a 427/400 HP with three 2 barrel...

  • 1964 Lotus 23B
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The Lotus 23B was designed by Coloin Chapman as a small displacement sports racing car. To comply with racing rules it was built as a two seater and was purpose built for racing with a driver alone. Its light weight and...

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Automotive Restorations sourced and then restored this very special Allard K2 roadster ,chassis number 91K3017-J2X, from the original family owners. Superb history and documentation accompanied this historically...

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The Scarab was an American sports car constructor from the USA, featuring cars designed and built by Tom Barnes and Dick Troutman from Reventlow Automobiles, Inc., owned by Lance Reventlow. The Scarab sports car was...

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Lotus Sevens are probably more fun per mile to drive than virtually any other car. With a typical total weight of around 1200 pounds and a light four cylinder engine, these cars are fast in a straight line and have go-...

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This 1937 Ford 2 Door model 78 Humpback sedan was subject to an older, but very complete restoration. The body was thoroughly examined and wherever there was corrosion, new panels were welded into place to ensure...

  • 1959 Lotus 17
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Lotus cars have become well established, as being among the most successful of all vintage race cars in both sports racing and open wheel configurations. The Lotus 17 was Chapman’s answer to the Lola Mk1, which by late...

  • 1972 Porsche 914-6
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1972 Porsche 914-6 SVRA-HSR vintage race car. Long documented race history with numerous class wins and podium overall finishes attest to the quality of this car.

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General Motor’s first major redesign post World war 11, the Advance Design series was billed as a bigger, stronger and sleeker design. Ever since that 1947 Chevrolet truck was introduced, it has been a reliable favorite...