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This undeniably charismatic seven-seater 1923 Paige-Detroit 6-70 De Luxe Sedan simply oozes authenticity. Its 70hp 5.4 litre straight-six has only done 34,000 miles, which is believed to be correct. Double bumpers, a nickel-plated radiator, a set of spare wheels, a luggage rack at the rear and automatic windshield wipers were all standard equipment. The car also features a gent’s smoker’s set and lady’s vanity kit. This excellently preserved vehicle with matching engine, chassis and bodywork complies with the high standards of the Historical Preservation of Original Features (HPOF) issued by the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). The greater part of the paintwork is still original and in places has been carefully restored to retain an authentic appearance. Conservation of the wheel spokes was done with linseed oil. Please note the preservation of the interior, the roof lining, the carpet, the wooden floor parts and the ‘leatherette’ on the roof and on the running boards. Having had one owner between 1968 and 2008, the Paige-Detroit was then shipped to The Netherlands, where it was registered. The vehicle later underwent a full recommission and is now on the button. To be honest, we are reluctant to sell the car. You simply don’t find them this authentic anymore.
From late 1906 onwards Rolls-Royce Ltd began production of their 40/50hp which later became known as the Silver Ghost. The London Motor Show at Olympia in November of 1906 heralded its introduction to the motoring world and by the spring of 1907 the first batch of deliveries were met. The leading coach makers of the time ...
- 21st Mar 2021
1923 Buick Series 23 Depot Hack Cherished by noted Buick enthusiasts and collectors since the 1950s, this charming six-cylinder Series 23 features a rarely-seen Depot Hack body by J.T. Cantrell of New York. Wonderfully restored in attractive colors and fitted with a host of interesting period details. Powered by a ...
- 1st Mar 2021
- United States of America
Alvis 12/40 TC ‘Duck’s Back’ Supersports, year 1923. Colour unpainted aluminium bodywork with green mud guards and green wire wheels. Sage green leather interior and matching carpet. Car number 766X, chassis number 236X, engine number 270X. This fantastic Alvis 12/40 TC was shipped to Australia, in chassis form, ...
- 3rd Mar 2021
This beautiful 1923 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost was manufactured at the Rolls Royce US factory in Springfield Massachusetts. A Mr Lashar purchased the car on 28th September 1923 and the car originally had a Mayfair Town Car body by Holbrook. He owned the car for the next 6 years before selling the car to a Mr August Sauer ...
- 26th Mar 2021
This car is one of the many Vintage Vauxhall’s which were exported to Australia in the 1920’s. The Vauxhall was found in the 1970’s in the outback of Australia in a very complete condition , but the “Kingston”body was in a poor condition. The restoration was started in the 1990’s , including the build of ...
- 22nd Feb 2021
29.950€ 40hp Oldtimerfarm: Oldtimerfarm is specialised in the consignment sale of classic cars and collection cars and we are proud to present you this particular car. Centrally located, in Belgium, at 9880 Aalter, Steenweg on Deinze 51C, 1 hour from France, 1.5 hours from the Netherlands and 2.5 hours from Germany, ...
- 31st Mar 2021
1923 Dodge Standard A Tourer While Dodge has long been associated with the low-cost car market and looking back at its history, it has long been a leading innovator in the industry. Before Horace and John Dodge ever built a car bearing a Dodge Brothers emblem, the two men amassed a substantial fortune in the automobile ...
- 8th Mar 2021
- United States of America
fully restored, in perfect condition worldwide shipping possible
- 10th Apr 2021
The Fiat 510 is a car of high range produced from 1919 to 1925. Was sold in a total of 13,577 copies, of which 414 copies of the model 510S, it was the sports version with short wheelbase, engine boosted to 53 HP compared to the 46 HP version of the Torpedo, and some variety of styles and techniques such as the radiator ...
- 2nd Apr 2021