Original unrestored 1927 pickup that lived on the Island of Rousay, Orkneys until the 1960s. Recommissioning work done so far includes engine, transmission, rear axle, new tyres, new radiator core etc. Awaiting new roof covering. Running and driving. V5, with original registration plate.
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1927 American LaFrance Fire Truck
..Very Nice Looking Fire Truck
..Red Paint Nice
..Believed to be Hand Painted
..Truck Runs and Drives Well
..Taking Offers at this Time
..e-Mail or Call
..Call Rod: 001-712-767-2363
..Mobile Phone: 402-651-5521 USA
1920 Buick Touring Car
..4 DR Convertible
..In Museum 30 Years
..Crimson Red Paint
..Black leather Interior
..Inline 6 Cylinder Engine
..3-Speed Manuel Trans
..Not Started in lat year or two
..Car Always Ran Good
..Photos Taken March 2013
..Asking $19,200 USD
..Make An Offer
1923 Buick Model 35 Touring, nice restoration, in running condition. Can be visited in Belgium by appointment, together with many other cars and trucks. To find out more go to www.happyoldiron.com or call Marc Geerkens at 0032 477 42 35 25.
We speak english/Nous parlons le français/wij spreken Nederlands/Wir .....
1928 Ford Model A 2DR Sedan
..Looks New Outside
..Looks New Inside
..Black Paint Like New
..Asking $15,500 USD
..Make An Offer
..e-Mail or Call
..Call Rod: 001-712-767-2363 USA
..Mobile Phone: 001-402-651-5521 USA
The Ex. E.L. Meeson, R.J. Munday, Brooklands Gold Star winning 30/98 Wensum.
This exceptional motor car, delivered new with the most desirable and breathtaking Wensum coachwork, was raced with great success at Brooklands in the hands of its first owner, E.L. Meeson, who continuously developed it .....
1925 MG Bull Nose Super Sports Salonette. 14/28hp
Chassis number: 90553
Registration number: MO 6709
An Historic car; This is the earliest MG in the world to have survived in a complete and unmolested state (except for the one-off, non-production special known as `Old Number One')
Coachwork: James Young
Price: PLEASE ENQUIRE
The 14.75 Six (1870 cc) was Alvis’s first venture into the six-cylinder market in 1927. The aim initially was for improved flexibility rather than increased performance although the car was listed with 62bhp.
1928 Ford Model A Sport Coupe
..Complete Restoration /
..Several Years Ago /
..No Expense Spared
..Original Florida Car
..Now Stationed in New York
..Car has never seen Rain or Snow
..On Scale of 1-10 - Car Rated 8+ or 9
..Green Paint - Black Fenders
..Tan Canvas Top
..Tan LaBaron Boney Interior .....
Packard was founded by James Ward Packard, William Doug Packard and George L Weiss, in the small town of Warren, Ohio in 1899.
After purchasing a Winton brand vehicle with which he was dissatisfied James Packard wrote to Winton expressing his displeasure and discontent with the Winton Automobile. .....
This very rare car is one of three surviving with the sports variation on the basic Sunbeam 20/60 3 ¼ litre engine.
The Sunbeam 20/60 was aimed at the same market as the 20 horse power Rolls Royce & considered by many to be a better car.
Th e body on this car was originally fitted to a 1921 Star motor .....
Chassis Number: 601307/AEC108
Engine Number: 196874
Recorded fully in the Riley Register
John Treen was an English amateur car builder during the 40’s and 50’s, he built predominantly race orientated sports cars aimed at the amateur VSCC race car owners who wanted something a little .....
Green and Black with Black hide. Well sorted and ready to use and
enjoy. One of the last of the Silver Ghost models and fitted with four wheel brakes. Extensive history. Excellent condition. Known to P & A Wood in recent years.
1926 Rolls-Royce 20 hp 2dr Coupe
Chassis No. GZK34 with 2 door coachwork by Windovers. Originally supplied as a four door saloon and altered by original coach builders to a 3/4 Coupe with Dickie seat then later altered to two door coupe with boot as in its present form. This is a charming little 2
The Works Team Aston Martin car known as “LM3” belongs to a highly select group of just seven bespoke motorcars made by the best craftsmen at Aston Martin between 1928 and 1931 to compete in international races including Le Mans, where the chassis number designation derived from, as part of the Aston .....
Harley Davidson first introduced the V-Twin inlet over exhaust engine in 1907 as a prototype. However this engine was first used commercially in 1909. These engines were commonly known as ‘F Heads’ because of the shape of the cylinder. The Harley F head models were build from 1909 till 1929.