One Of A Kind 1962 Marmon Harrington is, literally, the last — the only — one. Check out this article by truck and automobile historian Troy Miller Here’s an excerpt: The history of Marmon can be traced all the way back to the mid-1800s. Marmon began in 1851 as the Nordyke and Marmon Machine Company, […]
Runs and Drives like a Dream! This 1957 V8 Automatic Hudson Hornet has factory air — and the emblems on the doors to match! It’s been restored and garage kept since . At $19,980 USD, you can’t go wrong on this special 1957 memento!
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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!
This beautiful 1935 Packard features dual side mounts, Chevrolet motor and transmission — crate engine. A really good 350 Chevrolet. Automatic Chevrolet motor with a fancy shifter. This is a nice, original car that’s been repainted and the original upholstery is in very good condition. If you’re looking for an eye-catching car from the thirties […]