This unique little Hyundai is a remnant from the 1940’s rush to import cute, small and fuel efficient variations from Japan. Its 3-wheel design was a precursor to those on the roads in the USA today!
Every car hunter dreams of that ‘barn find’ car that’s been sitting, hidden behind closed doors for decades. Is it a realistic goal? Do they exist? More importantly, perhaps, can they be found? Collector Car Company founder Richard Oldham has discovered more than a few of these elusive autos and he has methods for discovering the […]
Pick-ups, delivery vans, utility or tow trucks — even fire trucks and ambulances virtually, any make model or year — there are always buyers! We are always buying trucks of every make and model for the simple reason that they continue to sell. Whether they’re hot rod trucks like our 1956 Ford or the most […]
The Collector Car Company property is, quite literally, a treasure trove of nearly every imaginable ‘collector car’ Americana has to offer. There are restored and restorable versions of most of them, tricked out variations of some of the more customizable vehicles and a few of the most unusual specimens ever to hit the streets. The […]
This 1962 MG MGA Mark II is a true barn find. It appears to be all original and untouched. The fact that it’s original is often very appealing to the person who would buy it to preserve — as an investment, making it show worthy as an original. Since it’s particularly affordable priced, though, it […]