1929 Alfa Romeo Grand Prix - 2007 H&H Classic Auctions
text: COMPETITON CARS INCLUDING 1929 GRAND PRIX ALFA UNDER STARTERSÃ¢â‚¬™ ORDERS FOR H&H MARCH 1 SALE CHELTENHAM RACECOURSE Following another milestone year in which they set numerous world records for cars and motorcycles, H&H Classic Auctions are starting 2007 in style with a sale at Cheltenham Racecourse on March 1. Set within the magnificent surroundings of the Centaur Complex, it will be headlined by a 1929 Grand Prix Alfa Romeo. Grand Prix Alfa The 6C 1750 Super Sport 3rd Series Supercharged Alfa Romeo enjoyed an illustrious start in life, winning the 1929 Irish Grand Prix Eireann Cup at Phoenix Park in the hands of former Russian Imperial Guard officer Boris Ivanowski. The Hon. Anthony Brunner had registered UU 79 only a matter of days before he made a leasing agreement with the British concessionaire for Alfa Romeo, F.W. Stiles, for the car to be raced by Ivanowski. The Russian drove to victory at an astonishing average of 76.4 mph round a ... read more @ 1929 Alfa Romeo Grand Prix - 2007 H&H Classic Auctions
1929 Alfa Romeo 1750 Drop Head
text: 1929 Alfa Romeo James Young model 1750 drop head convertible. A wonderfully original car with leather upholstery. Runs and drives perfectly. Just purchased by us out of a European collection. One of the best original 1750 Alfas in existance.
1929 Alfa Romeo 6C Gran Sport 1750 maroon
1929 Amilcar GC SS
1929 Auburn Race Car
text: 1929 Auburn Race Car 95 hp Lycoming motor. Straight eight, 4900 cc with rare Ricardo high-compression head. The entire running gear is genuine ‘29 Auburn apart from the front shockies - 3 speed Warner Muncie gearbox, Columbia rear axle, Dayton wire wheels, Schebler twin throat carburettor. Great effort was made to locate quality Michelin tyres. This vehicle was converted from a four door sedan into a race car in 1960 in New Zealand and then during the next decade, raced with considerable success considering the huge weight of the machine. During conversion, the chassis was cut in half and the rear end turned upside down, make the diff underslung which unwittingly was identical to a 1929 one-off factory speedster and the ‘29 Trexler Special which competed in the 1930 Indianapolis 500. This vehicle, unlike the other American pair, also has its engine and gearbox lowered to promote faster cornering. Won Fastest Time of the Day - FTD, and best local entrant, in the ... read more @ 1929 Auburn Race Car
1929 Bentley Tourer
text: Specifications: 110hp, 4,398 cc single overhead camshaft inline four-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, front suspension via beam axle and semi-elliptical leaf springs, and rear suspension via live axle and semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 126' After engine trouble in 1962, the 4 1/2-liter engine was rebuilt by Ralph Buckley of Antique Auto Shop in Northfield, New Jersey. Mr. Kimes owned the car at least through until 1978, working on it himself, and frequently ordering spare parts from Britain ? gaskets from Hoffman and Burton, and rubber seals from Creech Coachtrimming Centre in London. More recently, XF3505 was owned by Mr. Frank Alloca of New Jersey, who enjoyed it for many years after its tenure with Mr. Kimes. Within the last three years, the car has benefited from an extensive mechanical reconditioning, accumulating less than 1,000 miles since.
1929 Bentley Blower - Ralph Lauren Collection
text: From the Ralph Lauren collection on display at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
1929 Bentley Speed Six - Greatest Car Series
text: Driving Today: Greatest Car Bentley Speed Six By Jack Nerad for Driving Today Somewhere in Motor Racing Heaven W.O. Bentley must be smiling, because, after more than half a century, the company that bears his name (and his bother's) has been liberated from Rolls-Royce. Of course, neither famed British marque is independent. BMW owns Rolls-Royce, while Volkswagen is the caretaker of the Bentley brand, but there is no doubt that W.O. would prefer that circumstance to the previous administration in which Bentleys were little more than Rolls-Royces without the famed radiator shell. W.O. (he hated his first name Walter) and Henry Royce battled for supremacy in the British luxury car market for more than a decade, and by an odd coincidence, both began their careers as railway apprentices. It is said that Bentley didn't care much at all for automobiles as a youth, and instead he pursued his dream of building big locomotives. Only his hobby of motorcycle racing turned him from his ... read more @ 1929 Bentley Speed Six - Greatest Car Series
1929 BMW 3/15 PS DA 2 DIXI - The First BMW Car - Model Portfolio
text: 80 years of BMW car production. The origins of EfficientDynamics. * 24.06.2009 * Press Release Munich. Anybody who was not invited read it in the papers: On the morning of 9 July 1929 full-page ads informed the public that BMW had become a car maker. And guests invited to BMW’s new showroom in the middle of Berlin were able to admire a small car bearing the model designation 3/15 PS DA 2, with the two last letters standing for “Deutsche Ausführung” or “German Version”. In popular language the car nevertheless soon took on a new name, BMW’s first production model remaining a legend to this day as the “Dixi”. The first of these attractive small performers coming off the production line on 22 March in BMW’s plant near the former Berlin-Johannisthal Airport set the foundation not only for the production of cars by BMW. For although the Dixi was largely taken over from an existing model with parts and components already in use... read more @ 1929 BMW 3/15 PS DA 2 DIXI - The First BMW Car - Model Portfolio
1929 Bugatti and 1956 Lancia Unearthed in Berkshire Garage
text: Bug and Spider unearthed in Berkshire Garage A bug and a spider would not normally feature high-up on a petrolhead’s wish list when thinking about the contents of a dream garage. However, when the ‘wildlife’ in question turns out to be a 1929 Bugatti Type 40 Grand Sport and 1956 Lancia Aurelia B24 Spider America things take on a different complexion. Owned by the same family for a combined total of eighty-nine years, the two sportscars are among dozens that will go under the H&H hammer during the Race Retro International Historic Motorsport Show on March 13th – 14th 2009. Fifty-three years have passed since the Bugatti was last offered for sale, its keeper at the time being a Robert Ian Murray Esq of Glasgow. Still retaining its 1956 purchase receipt and continuation buff logbook (among myriad other paperwork), the diminutive Molsheim masterpiece appears to be to largely original specification. Known to the Bugatti Owners Club but not seen in public for ... read more @ 1929 Bugatti and 1956 Lancia Unearthed in Berkshire Garage
1929 Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix Race Car
text: From Wikipedia: The final version of the Type 35 series was the Type 35B of 1927. Originally named Type 35TC, it shared the 2.3 L engine of the Type 35T but added a large supercharger like the Type 35C. Output was 138 hp (102 kW), and 45 examples were made. A Type 35B won the 1929 French Grand Prix.
1929 Buick Model 44 Rumble Seat Roadster
text: The whiskey six. 34,000 original miles. It was on the inside front cover of ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE MARCH 2001 and the front cover of THE BUICK BUGLE APRIL 2003. It's been one of of the neatest cars I've owned.
1929 Cadillac 341-B Sport Phaeton Convertible ivory and black
text: It has been lovingly and expertly maintained and cared for. This 1929 Cadillac 341B 4 Dr Sport Phaeton convertible has been to many car shows and is requested for local parades. Vehicle tag information is as follows: Fisher Body # 221 and engine # 332294. The EXTERIOR condition of the car is excellent. The paint is a glossy ivory and black two tone. There is no rust or dents of any kind. The soft top is free of tears and blemishes. Side curtains are also included. The INTERIOR condition of the car is as excellent as the exterior. It has been refinished with a rich looking maroon naugahyde that looks and feels like real leather The MECHANICAL condition of the car is excellent. The car starts, runs, and drives great. Brakes and tires are in very good condition. A battery shut off switch has been installed.
1929 Cadillac 341-B Town Sedan beige
text: The following is one of the most beautiful full classic cars of all time. This is a 1929 Cadillac Close-Coupled 5 passenger sedan by Fisher body (a rare and beautiful body style not often found). This Cadillac has all the options from the factory that one could get at the time which includes dual side mount spares with Cadillac script mirrors, tire covers, senior trip lights with levels, goddess mascot, lorraine spot light, leather trunk including luggage rack a full set of gauges and all the luxury appointments offered in the highest standards of the day. It also comes with the original jack and tools including the owners manual and shop manuals (see photo). This car has the original 341 B high compression eight cylinder engine that is whisper quiet and will drive and cruse all day long at sixty miles per hour making this the ultimate car for touring. It is coupled with the original three speed synchronized transmission that was first introduced in these cars for 1929. The large dual... read more @ 1929 Cadillac 341-B Town Sedan beige
1929 Chevrolet Stovebolt Six - Greatest Car Series
text: Driving Today: Greatest Car Chevrolet 'Stovebolt' Six By Jack Nerad for Driving Today The story of the Chevrolet 'Stovebolt' Six is a classic tale of American competition. It pits the protagonist versus the master in a battle for the hearts, the minds, and the wallets of millions, and it proves yet again that if you build a better mousetrap -- and let people know about it -- they will indeed beat a path to your door. In competing with the top motorcar brand of the era, the path was not always easy, but the stalwart souls at General Motors persevered when others said it could never be done. The genesis of the 'Stovebolt' Six story goes all the way back to the creation of General Motors by a former cigar salesman named William C. 'Billy' Durant. Now some would call Durant a man of vision; others would call him a huckster, but there is no doubt that the largest automotive corporation in the world would never have existed without him. With the goal of dominating the fledgling ... read more @ 1929 Chevrolet Stovebolt Six - Greatest Car Series
1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet blue
1929 Chrysler Imperial Roadster
text: The Imperial was Chryslers top of the line offering for 1929 and most carried expensive custom coachwork catering to the sophisticated buyers who were the target of Chryslers marketing efforts. Chrysler even went so far as to enter two Imperials, stripped for racing, in the 24 hours at LeMans, where they finished sixth and seventh in class, not bad for a big American luxury car! The car on offer is a rare car indeed, a 1929 Imperial with custom roadster coachwork by Locke & Co. The recipient of a full nut and bolt restoration some years ago, the car has been awarded both an CCCA national First Place award, as well as an AACA National First. While no longer a 100 point car, the car is still stunning and ready to show or tour. The paint work is beautifully done, and the chrome is very nice throughout, although the headlights buckets are starting to show a little age. The interior is gorgeous, with like new tan leather, as is the unique side entry ruble seat. The top is excellent, and ... read more @ 1929 Chrysler Imperial Roadster
1929 Delage Figoni DMN
text: Delage cars were born in January 1905 at 62 Chaptal Street in Levallois France. The cars became very popular as they were well built and in addition, Delages' racing success promoted the marques as being reliable as well as being formidable competition cars. The DM series of cars was the last of the 6 cylinder Delages and the The DMN came along after the DM and was produced from January 1929 for twelve months. 897 examples were built.The bottom end of the engine was refined and a lighter flywheel and clutch assembly were incorporated, the head employed the larger valves of the DMS. Many of the Delage motorcars carried exquisite custom coachwork and this is one such car. Figoni records show that the car came out of the Figoni workshops in December of 1929 and was delivered to a Smith Garage in London. The first owner of record being a Belgium Diplomat by the name of M.G. Watler. Its ownership is unknown until it was purchased in the 1960's and restored by a Sir Peter Graham in England ... read more @ 1929 Delage Figoni DMN
1929 Dodge Touring Sedan black
1929 Duesenberg Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton
text: Specifications: 265bhp, 420 cu. in. four valves per cylinder twin overhead camshaft inline eight-cylinder, three-speed manual transmission, front beam axle, live rear axle and vacuum-assisted four-wheel hydraulic brakes. Wheelbase: 142.5' The Model J Duesenberg has long been regarded as the most outstanding example of design and engineering of the classic era. Its 1929 introduction was so momentous that trading was halted on the New York Stock exchange for the announcement. At $8,500 for the chassis alone, it was by far the most expensive car in America. With coachwork, the delivered price of many Duesenbergs approached $20,000, a staggering sum at a time when a typical new family car cost around $500. Few would argue that the car's features did not support its price. Indeed, the Model J's specifications sound current today: double overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, power hydraulic brakes, and 265hp in naturally aspirated form. The new Duesenberg was tailor-made for the ... read more @ 1929 Duesenberg Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton
1929 Duesenberg J Convertible
text: 1929 Duesenberg J Convertible Coupe by Murphy 265bhp, 420 cu. in. four valves per cylinder twin overhead camshaft inline eight-cylinder engine, three-speed synchromesh transmission, four-wheel semi-elliptical leaf springs with front beam axle, live rear axle and vacuum-assisted four-wheel hydraulic brakes. Wheelbase: 142.5' J132 began life as a Derham sedan, sold new to William E. Schmidt, an undertaker from Chicago. Schmidt later sold the car to Mr. H. S. Kehn, also of Chicago who in turn sold it to Paul S. Johnson, a Chicago-area plumber who removed the rear portion of the body, planning to build a truck. He never completed the conversion, however, and eventually sold the car to Keith Brown of LaPorte, Indiana in October of 1957. The Murphy Convertible Coupe offered here - now mounted on J132 - was originally installed on J144. J144 was purchased new in 1929 by Frank Gill of New York, from the New York Factory Branch of Duesenberg. Duesenberg re-acquired the car and on April ... read more @ 1929 Duesenberg J Convertible
1929 Duesenberg J Poster
1929 Duesenberg J Bohman & Schwartz red
1929 Duesenberg J Leb 'sweep panel' bordeaux / black
1929 Duesenberg Model J Roadster
1929 Ford Custom 3 Window Coupe
text: This steel body 1929 Ford Streetrod is definitely one radical ride! We left some very distinct authentic features to the car that gives it a unique appearance - not chopped or cut. The paint on this car is less then a year old and absolutely beautiful with ghost flames enhancing the front fenders. The rear compartment holds the battery and fuel cell. Here is a complete description of all upgrades we made to the car. For more pictures of any information please call Rick at 260-927-1158 or cell 260-438-1049. AUTHENTICE FEATURES: All Steel Body Steel Fenders Original Headlights Original Glass Original Hardware Original Wood Dash Original Hinged Windshield RADICAL MOTOR: Chevrolet ZZ502 / 502 HP Aluminum Heads, Steel Forged Crank, Roller Cam Shaft, Serpentine Pulleys, Custom Built Radiator, Transmission 400 Turbo 3500 Stall, Cooler Pan, and *Barry Grant Demon Carburetor 850 CFM, *Mallory Breakless Distributor 8000 RPM, *Crane Roller Rockers, *Billet Specialties Air Filter, *GM Racing ... read more @ 1929 Ford Custom 3 Window Coupe
1929 Ford A
text: For sale from Argentina. More info and pictures in http://www.arcar.com.ar.
1929 Ford Brookville Roadster Retro-Rod
text: Photo shoot of a matte black '29 Ford Roadster rod, tastefully customized with an eye towards nostalgia.
1929 Ford Hod Rod
1929 Ford Model A Roadster blue
text: A Custom built 'ALL STEEL' Street Rod of Extreme Quality! After owning this rig for more than 20 years, the Owner supervised the ultimate transformation that took more than 7 years and well over $80,000 bones! Let me tell you that no expense was spared and it stands tall with an Impressive Collection of Trophies! Since completed in January of 2000, it has become a consistent Southwest Award Winner! Direct from the Shop to the 2000 'World of Wheels' at the Phoenix Civic Center where it won 'Best of Class', 'Best Paint' and 'Best of Class' every year since! At the November 2000 Goodguys Show @ Scottsdale Horse World, it won the 'Awesome A Award'! Over the past two years it has gained other 1st Place Awards such as Lake Havasu, Pine Top, Prescott, Tucson, and Many Many More! This All Steel A Body with Deuce Grill Shell is massaged to obvious perfection while residing on a 'Rod Factory' Stage III Frame loaded with Rack-n-Pinion Steering, Stainless Steel Coil Over Independent Front ... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A Roadster blue
1929 Ford Model A
text: 1929 Model A Roadster on an original 32' chassis. This car is a Postwar era hotrod that was built as if it was built in the late 40's early 50's. This car wears number 78B as it was raced in 2013 at The Race of Gentlemen. It was also at the 2014 TROG. The original 29' roadster body was fitted to one of the nicest 32' chassis we have ever seen and has all 3 vin numbers that are easy to read. The frame had a clear 1932 coupe title so the car is registered as that. Body is original 29' body with typical lower patches and rear subrails and floors modified to fit frame. The decklid is a Brookville part as are the patches but the rest of the car is Ford. The upper dash rail was removed after the 2013 TROG so that the Sellers/O'Brian Hallock windshield could be installed. The windshield has the glass groove and 1/4' laminated safety glass installed. The body was disassembled and sandblasted before any metal work was done. All patches were TIG welded in and ground. This car has no body work ... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A
1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod
text: You are looking at one of the hottest hot rods out there. This amazing work of art took over two years to build and is the real deal. Don't get this confused with the rat rods that are out there. This 1929 has a 5 inch chop that was done to perfection. All the glass is real and in working order. Complete hand made one off frame. The coolest thing about this ride is the original 53 totally rebuilt flat head. Most of the hot rods you see have the boring and very common 350 but not this one. The car has under 70 miles since completion. It has a manual tranny 4 speed that shifts perfectly. Disc brakes in the front and drum in the back. The car sits real mean and low but has an awesome air ride in the rear to make driving much more comfortable. The headlights are original and have been clear coated over the awesome patina. The exterior paint is a mid 80s plum Honda color which is basically flawless with no chips or dents. I would rate it at a ... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod
1929 Ford Model A Roadster Deluxe Replica by Shay
text: Made by Shay in 1979. This is a low mileage original vehicle. 4 cylinder engine, 4 speed transmission, rack and pinion steering. This vehicle has all modern Ford engine drive line and brakes under a 1929 model convertible body. Rumble seat, luggage rack and travel trunk. Heater. Electric wipers, front and rear signals, backup lights. Twin side mounts with covers, chrome spoke wheels. Twin horns. Swan radiator cap. Grille guard. Removable top. White wall tires. Garage kept. The charm of a model a with all the modern conveniences.
1929 Ford Model A 4-Door
text: Professionally restored 1929 4 door Model A Ford with dual side mounts. It has the correct two tone paint of Bonnie Green and French Gray. To make sure there were no issues with the A prior to a sale, it has been thoroughly inspected, and changes made, by a well-known Connecticut Model A mechanic. All suspension parts have been replaced( such as tie rods, bushings, spindle arm, etc), brake shoes/lines replaced and it rides and tracks like a new A. This is very costly, and avoided by most owners of A's, which is why they bounce all over the road and have such a rough ride. This A is smooth riding. It has working turn signals and utilizes the correct version of the front side mounted lights for the front signals. The A has been converted to hydraulic brakes and now stops like a more modern car. The dual mounted side mounts provide a level of elegance that others do not. Tires are new and there are no air leaks. There is a small wear mark on the drivers seat from getting in and... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A 4-Door
1929 Ford Model A - Cosworth Powered Video
text: Professionally restored 1929 4 door Model A Ford with dual side mounts. It has the correct two tone paint of Bonnie Green and French Gray. To make sure there were no issues with the A prior to a sale, it has been thoroughly inspected, and changes made, by a well-known Connecticut Model A mechanic. All suspension parts have been replaced( such as tie rods, bushings, spindle arm, etc), brake shoes/lines replaced and it rides and tracks like a new A. This is very costly, and avoided by most owners of A's, which is why they bounce all over the road and have such a rough ride. This A is smooth riding. It has working turn signals and utilizes the correct version of the front side mounted lights for the front signals. The A has been converted to hydraulic brakes and now stops like a more modern car. The dual mounted side mounts provide a level of elegance that others do not. Tires are new and there are no air leaks. There is a small wear mark on the drivers seat from getting in and... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A 4-Door.
1929 Ford Model A Coupe yellow
text: You are bidding on a classic 1960's nostalgia style 1929 FORD Model 'A' 5 window Hi-Boy coupe Street Rod. This hot rod has all the classic lines and high performance of the all time favorite coupe depicted in many hot rod movies and street rod features. This is a rare opportunity to be able to own and drive the hot rod coupe that many of us could only dream about in our youth! An investment in this fine machine, will only increase in value over time and will be a lot more fun than having the funds in a savings plan! This is a fresh recently completed car, with a substantial amount of money and time invested in creating it, using only the best quality parts. This car is turn key and ready to hit the road now and enjoy the long summer ahead of rod runs, car shows, drags, poker runs, night and Sunday cruises. The chassis is a new custom Vintique Co. Ltd. frame, complete with a TCI Stainless Four Bar front suspension, Pete & Jakes Shocks, Vega Steering Box, Flaming River Polished ... read more @ 1929 Ford Model A Coupe yellow
1929 Ford Model A Coupe blue
text: CHRIS'S COMMENTS $8,651 was a fair price. An honest old Ford in #3 condition. No delusions of grandeur here. ~~~ Only time will tell how well these 'FIRST OF ALL' classics (1920's and older cars) will fair in the future. Some think that values will continue to drop as there are fewer and fewer people alive that feel nostalgic about these cars (makes sense). But how many folks in the newer generations will convert? (Chris Lydiksen) OWNER'S COMMENTS 1929 Ford Model A Coupe. Great condition! Runs Great! Cloth interior. A lot of work was done on vehicle in 1992. Improvements included: Rebuilt engine block with stainless steel sleeves and fittings, new rumble seat and accessories, new muffler, new stainless steel front and rear bumpers, new radiator shell. Have receipt with breakdown of all work performed, totaling $5,000. This car has had one owner since 1970. Since 1970 has been garaged, and driven less than 8K miles. Interior is in very good condition.
1929 Ford Model A Eskimobile dark green
text: This vehicle was an origional factory conversion about 300 made in Wisconsin USA. Used to deliver the mail. Will consider trade.
1929 Ford Model A yellow / brown
1929 Ford Model A Roadster dark green
1929 Ford Roadster red
1929 Ford School Bus yellow
1929 Ford Tudor red
1929 Ford Woody Anheuser-Busch Delivery Truck
text: 1929 Ford WOODIE IN 1928, ANHEUSER-BUSH, INC. PLACED AN ORDER FOR TEN OF THESE SPECIAL-BUILT DELIVERY TRUCKS FOR A PURCHASE PRICE OF LESS THAN $800 EACH. ALOT OF MONEY AT THAT TIME FOR THIS TYPE OF VEHICLE. HOWEVER, WITH THE STOCK MARKET CRASH OF 1929 AND THE PROHIBITION LAWS OF THE TIME PERIOD, ONLY FIVE OF THESE DELIVERY TRUCKS WERE EVER PURCHASED BY ANHEUSER-BUSH, INC. THIS IS TRUCK #4, THIS BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE, USING MOST OF THE ORIGINAL WOOD AND METAL, IS TRULY A SURVIVOR. TAKING FOUR YEARS TO RESTORE, ITS UPDATES INCLUDE A CHEVROLEY ENGINE, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, DISC BRAKES, AIR-CONDITIONING, RACK-AND-PINION STEERING, STAINLESS-STEEL GAS TANK, COIL OVER SHOCKS, TRACTION BARS, 14 INCH FRONT & 15 INCH REAR WHEELS, GAUGES AND MANY MORE UPDATES. PAINSTAKING HOURS WERE DEVOTED TO MAKING THIS WOODIE POSSIBLY THE BEST EXAMPLE LEFT IN EXISTANCE. MR FORD CONSIDERED THESE DELIVERY TRUCKS AS SOME OF HIS BEST WORK. OVER $80,000 WENT INTO MAKING THIS WOODIE DELIVERY TRUCK A WORK OF FRAME ... read more @ 1929 Ford Woody Anheuser-Busch Delivery Truck
1929 Franklin 4 Door black
text: On display at the Riverside Resort in Laughlin, NV.
1929 Hudson Biddle and Smart Victoria
text: Reportedly, only 31 of these cars were built, and this is one of five remaining. Surprisingly powerful with its Hudson Super Six engine. From Seller: This 1929 Hudson Biddle & Smart Victoria is one of only 31 that were built and only 5 remain today. This is the second one of these models that I have owned and it is a pleasure to drive with plenty of power, with its F-Head engine. Very responsive on acceleration with its Hudson Super Six engine. Very elegant and a great car to tour with. Brand new tires, Optima new battery, and ready for a new owner. Will be ready to deliver in two weeks. Finishing minor detailing. What a beautiful car.
1929 Isotta-Fraschini Tipo 8A-SS Cassagna Convertible Coupe red / white
1929 Lincoln 124B Sports Touring yellow
text: This car was designed by Brunn and originally purchased by Ernest Torrence, an early silent film actor. There are priming cups over each cylinder to aid in starting in cold weather. Fuel is fed to carburator by double sized vacuum tank to prevent gas starvation on long hills. A 'moto-meter' heat guage is on the radiator cap. This car was a special order, since it has built-in dual windshield brackets and other special items. Gangsters, bootleggers, and police used these cars a great deal. Original condition except for top.
1929 Lincoln Locke burgundy
text: 88 built.
1929 Marmon Roosevelt
text: 1929 model MARMON ROOSEVELT Was titled in 1930. This rare vintage automibile was produced only for two years, and this outstanding example has been lovingly owned and maintained by the same person for the past 50 years. Featured are: a recent engine overhaul, new contemporary upholstery, fine running condition and beautiful conditon throughout.
1929 Mercedes-Benz Nurburg Convertible Sedan burgundy
text: More rare than a 540K, as big as a 770K. Custom body by Paplier of Koln .The restoration took about four years and I quit keeping track of the receipts at $600,000. Absolutely NO expense was spared to bring this massive convertible sedan back to a standard of absolute perfection. Winner at Pebble Beach, Meadowbrook, 100 points at CCCA, yadda-yadda-yadda. Has been invited to Amelia Island and Bagatelle but time has never allowed me to take it there. The reserve is set high at my investment of $750,000. If it does not sell, I will relist, and continue to relist dropping the reserve by $50,000 each time until sold. Major cars recognized by the Classic Car Club and/or 12 cylinder Ferraris would be considered as trades or partial trades. Vehicle Condition - About 99 points using CCCA standards.
1929 Mercedes-Benz Replica Kit Car
text: 1929 Mercedes Replica Kit 2 Liter 4 cylinder, 4 speed manual transmission Ford Pinto chassis, Newly rebuilt carburetor. Good condition, mileage is 19,526 on rebuilt engine. Leather interior, AMFM cassette. Second owner, garaged since purchased in 1996.
1929 Mercedes-Benz Roadster Replica cream/brown
text: This 1929 MB Roadster is titled as a 1987 Reconstruction and is built from a 1972 Volkswagen. This car has a 4-cylinder engine with a manual 4-speed transmission. This Replicar is in excellent condition with 750 actual documented miles. Wire wheels, AM/FM stereo, tonneau cover and car cover top off the list of features.
1929 Mercedes-Benz SSKL white
text: Originaly, this car was a '29 Manheim Phaeton. In 1950 the body was modified in SSKL with many original Mercedes SS parts. In 1955 the 6 cyl was destroyed and replced by an 8 cyl inline Mercedes Nurburg 1930. In 1960 the SSKL was garaged in a castle for 30 years. Now after a completely overhauled engine and repairs, the car is ready for rallyes, events, and cruising.
1929 OK-Supreme Racer black / red
1929 OK-Supreme Racing black / red
1929 Packard 640 Custom
text: With the Packard name long retired, it is difficult today to remember the degree to which the Packard dominated the fine car segment. Throughout most of the classic era, Packard outsold all its competitors – including Lincoln, Cadillac, and Pierce-Arrow – combined. Nonetheless, the market was changing in the late twenties. Although Packard’s 1928 production totaled an all time record 49,698 cars, the vast majority, more than 41,000 cars, were the less expensive six-cylinder cars. This was not a reflection of economic weakness; rather, it represented the result of offering a more affordable Packard to an increasingly affluent marketplace that was enjoying an unprecedented boom. The old money, however, remained faithful to Packard’s top of the line Deluxe Eight. 1929 remains, even today, infamous as the year the stock market collapsed. Ironically, despite the crash it was a banner year for the economy; the negative economic side effects wouldn’t be felt for... read more @ 1929 Packard 640 Custom
1929 Packard 645 Deluxe 8 Limo
text: THIS IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF AN EARLY LIMO. THE INTERIOR IN BACK IS STILL ORIGINAL AND IN GREAT SHAPE.THE DRIVERS COMPARTMENT WAS REDONE AS ORIG ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO. SHE IS GREEN WITH BLACK. WIRE WHEELS DIVIDER WINDOW AND JUMP SEAT.
1929 Packard 640 Dual Cowl Phaeton
text: The Packard Motor Car Company turned out the finest cars in the world, built to the highest standards of quality and engineering for over 50 years. This legendary Marque is the choice of Top collectors the world over. No Collection is complete without a Classic Era Packard. This rare Example would make a fine addition to any collection and will garner quite a bit of attention at any Meet. The 6th Series Packard is one of the most desirable and this long wheelbase Phaeton exudes the flamboyance and style of its Era like few other cars can. This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the truly outstanding cars of the late twenties. This car is an older restoration that has been well maintained and is ready for touring or show. The car is fully decked out with Dual Side Mounts, Spot Lights, Stone Guard, Pilot Rays, Wind Wings, Wire Wheels, Trunk Rack with Correct Trunk The car can be used today as a solid and dependable tour car or driver. the fenders need repainted on this car... read more @ 1929 Packard 640 Dual Cowl Phaeton
1929 Packard 6-45 Deluxe Runabout tan/black/tan top
text: A genuine (not rebodied) rumble seat roadster. I purchased it about 15 years ago but my family now likes boats better so it's been collecting dust and not driven for the past 5 years. Restored before I purchased, it remains in excellent restored condition and would make a great tour car. Multiple Meadowbrook winner, has not been entered in any other competitions. I could ramble on with lots of details but will leave it to you to look at the photos and email me with questions. I will NOT disclose the reserve and would appreciate not getting lectures on why I should. Bottom line is that it's a beautiful and rare car. Excellent older restoration.
1929 Packard 645 Custom Eight Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton
text: An older restoration and in 1985, this car receive the First Place AACA National Award. While the restoration is showing some age wear, very few miles have been driven since winning that award. We will post more information and gladly solicit comments from you Packard experts out there. Repainted to a high level upon restoration in Cream & Red. Some edge chips and touch up needed, but overall, paint is very nice. Complimented by Tan leather interior and convertible top. This car is equipped with the original rebuilt Straight Eight engine Rebuilt factory three speed manual transmission. The chrome was new on restoration. Most has held up very well, a few pieces need revamp. The beautiful grill, hood ornament, & dual running light say opulence. An excellent example of this beautiful American icon. The body is excellent and is accident and rust free. FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION Excellent accident & rust free body and undercarriage Older two tone repaint ... read more @ 1929 Packard 645 Custom Eight Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton
1929 Packard Series 633 Runabout sky blue / white
text: At the beginning of WWII, a sailor drove this car from Hollywood to Houston, placed it in storage, went to war, and never returned. Eventually the car was sold at a warehouse auction.
1929 Pierce-Arrow Rumbleseat Cabriolet
text: 1929 Pierce Arrow #126 Rumbleseat Cabriolet, rumored to be one of only 4 produced, 143' wheelbase, Two-tone Gray highlighted with a Black beltline and red pinstripes, Red leather interior, Black Hartz cloth convertible top with red piping, Black Hartz cloth convertible top boot, straight 8 cylinder engine, 3-speed transmission with overdrive, Bracket headlights, Trippe lights, wood spoke wheels with 7x18 wide-white-wall tires, running-board step plates, golf club door, windwings with mirrors, chrome hood louvers, rear mount spare tire with canvas cover, dual windshield wipers, clock, chrome radiator stone guard.
1929 Pierce-Arrow Sedan Custom Bulletproof Limousine burgundy
text: A One of a Kind custom built Limo that's more than 25 years in the making! The eccentric visionary Mr. Gillibrand who commissioned the build of this wonder, was the road contractor for the Reagan Library and dreamed of taking Ronald Reagan to the Library dedication in this Limo. Sadly his goal was never fulfilled but his vision is now complete! Over $400,000.00 (not including all labor) was invested in this labor of love and imagination! Just recently, in it's final stage, over $18,000 was spent going over this Lady with a fine tooth comb to make sure it's ready for you! A complete Body-Off restoration/modernization of perfection! Touting 15 Layers of Kevlar in the Floor, behind the upholstery, Roof, Sides and 1/2 Thick Lexan Bullet proof Glass! The Rare Original Body was stretched 22 1/2 inches, was wedged 6' from the windshield back and the firewall was recessed. Powered by a 472 Cadillac V8 engine with Turbo 400 automatic transmission and a highway friendly Cadillac differential... read more @ 1929 Pierce-Arrow Sedan Custom Bulletproof Limousine burgundy
1929 Pierce-Arrow 143 Convertible Sedan blue
text: Body designed by Ray Dietrich, a prestige coach designer. Note the fender-integrated headlights.
1929 Plymouth Sport Sedan blue
text: The Pit Crew: Sheldon, Jonathon, Steven, Cory, Ryan, Joshua, Kayla, Megan.
1929 Riley Enterprises Cope Special
text: 1929 Riley Cope Special. This Riley Cope is one of the fastest prewar-racecars. It was built up by David Cope and has a continuous competition history since then. A comprehensive history file including the majority of its competition records goes with the car (Silverstone (2./3./4.), Curborough (1./2.), Donington Park (2.), Cadwell Park (3./4.), Oulton Park (1.), Shelsley Walsh (1./2.), Mallory Park (4.), Loton Park (1./2.), Harewood (1.), Goodwood (1./2./3.), ...). It is road registered and the original log book is in the file along with a current registration-document. For racing purposes it has all the necessary VSCC papers. The engine is a 1.496cc Riley Sprite-Spec. unit but has been considerably developed. It has a steel crankshaft, lightened flywheel and timing gears, high compression pistons and hot camshaft. The engine was completely rebuilt by Scholar engineering. It is producing about 95 bhp at the back wheels which equates to about 115 bhp at the flywheel. This is on ... read more @ 1929 Riley Enterprises Cope Special
1929 Rolls-Royce 20HP Sedan - The Affordable Silver Ghost
text: The 20HP actually had around 60-70 horsepower, but Rolls-Royce rated it at 20 to avoid some taxes. Good idea for a car that was to be a more affordable Rolls. From Owner: The Rolls Royce 20HP was introduced in 1922. It offered a less expensive alternative to the larger, Silver Ghost model. The 20HP Rolls Royce vehicles were built of the same, high quality standards of the Silver Ghost but were a smaller vehicle that could be driven around crowded city streets much easier than their larger contemporaries. The 20HP models featured a new, six-cylinder, overhead valve engine that would be the model for the Phantom 1 engines which would not be produced until 1925. In many regards, the 20HP automobiles were far more sophisticated the the Silver Ghost models whose mechanical attributes were becoming obsolete and antiquated by the early 1920s. Although priced at less than their Silver Ghost and Phantom counterparts, the 20HP Rolls Royces were still priced about ten to twelve times higher ... read more @ 1929 Rolls-Royce 20HP Sedan - The Affordable Silver Ghost
1929 Rolls-Royce Twenty Tourer H.J. Mulliner
text: It runs super smooth. Oil pressure in engine is good and climbs to 25psi as you rev the engine. Gauge only goes to 30psi. I have Docs (chassis Gen 77 engine U3K) supporting that this is the original engine with chassis and dyno charts from the factory. Chassis also has a plate that says gen77 underneath at the foot pedal area. Frame is rust free, fenders and body are factory aluminum, engine compartment is gorgeous, and the doors open and close excellent. Interior is nice and has tan leather seats with no rips. It is a 4 speed, right hand drive car that is a beautiful piece of history. This car can be enjoyed as is or a perfect candidate for a full restoration. I have detailed documents from the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club (RREC) located in the UK and from some previous owners. The history is as follows (the best I can determine): This unique car was originally ordered by Vacuum Oil Company for Charles Kearley Esq. (1929) with a special discount of 2% because of the... read more @ 1929 Rolls-Royce Twenty Tourer H.J. Mulliner
1929 Stearns-Knight Sedan plum / silver
text: 7 passenger, 5,500 Lbs, 145' wheelbase, 454 Chevrolet Engine.
1929 Studebaker Dual Cowl Phaeton
text: 1929 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER DUAL COWL PHAETON CONVERTIBLE TOP / TWO WINDSHIELDS LUGGAGE TRUNK / ETCHED GLASS SAGE GREEN & CREAM EXTERIOR THIS BEAUTIFUL VEHICLE WAS PRODUCED IN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA IN APRIL, 1929 IT WAS SOLD TO A WEALTHY CANADIAN CUSTOMER WE WERE FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO ACQUIRE THE VEHICLE FROM A COLLECTOR IN OHIO THIS CAR HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RESTORED AT OUR WHITE GLOVE COLLECTION FACILITY IT HAS 30,000 ACTUAL MILES...AND HAS BEEN CERTIFIED BY THE STUDEBAKER CLUB OF AMERICA AND BY THE STUDEBAKER MUSEUM IN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA... AS THE ONLY STUDEBAKER OF ITS KIND EVER PRODUCED THIS FANTASTIC VEHICLE IS ABSOLUTELY ONE OF A KIND.
1929 Tatra Unitas
text: This is a Hungary built Unitas Tatra. The main parts - engine, gearbox, etc - came from the Tatra, but the body, the springs and the axle-shafts was built by Unitas. The engine was 1000 cc, 2 cylinder 14 HP, combined with a four speed gearbox; the maximum speed was 43 mph 70 kmh. 150 piece was built between 1926 and 1929, and there is only 3 exemplar left, and only one is operational of them.