The restoration started and the Chrysler was taken to the shop, where it was completely dismantled down to the frame. The driveline was pulled and the frame and body were prepared for blasting, and paint. The engine was disassembled, rebuilt, and repainted. Meticulous care went into making sure everything was in order, even the lines

1940 Plymouth Restored Woody Red $ 52500 Green one Sold !

Plymouth styling leapt out of the Depression-era doldrums in 1939 with an across-the-board revamping by Raymond Dietrich, the great coach builder who then headed Chrysler styling. 1940 Plymouth’s changed again, with new “speed line” fenders, smoother proportions, horizontal bar grilles and sealed beam headlights. Trunk back sedans became a thing of the past, replaced by

1996 Discovery by Fleetwood

1996 Discovery 36 ft Cummings Diesel Pusher Allison 6 speed 88 K 2 AC In need of TLC do not need mechanical things only lots of small repairs on things. Already have over the last couple 3 years repair invoices extending over 16 k 2 tv’s washer/dryer combo, generator back up camera needs deep cleaning

1955 Packard Clipper Custom US $ 29500

  The 1955 Packard Clipper Custom  was an attractive Automobile with the new ohv V-8 and torsion-level suspension from the senior Packards. Engine output was discreetly rated at 15 less horsepower, however. The Constellation was offered this year in the new Clipper Custom series, which then became part of the lineup for the separate Clipper make

1950 Studebaker Commander 2 door Big Six Automatic “Bullet Nose” $ 27500

      Just say the word “Studebaker,” and the chances are good that the image that springs immediately to mind is of the 1950-1951 models, a.k.a. the “bullet nose” or “airplane” Study. Although Studebaker was the first major manufacturer to put a totally new design on the market (using the slogan “First by far