Thursday, 26 May 2016

April Showers Bring May Cars!

We are excited to announce the cars Vintage Motor Cars sold last month! It’s a great start to kick off the summer with many more unique vehicles to be sold. Sold in April was our 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe. This burgundy beauty sports maroon leather interior and a one-of-a-kind grille. Its graceful curves and make this particular vehicle truly magnificent. This Cadillac is stocked with a 150-horsepower V8 engine, creating a surprisingly smooth and comfortable ride. Despite its age, it has never seen rust! Our 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe is decked out with all the bells and whistles making this vintage luxury vehicle, still running in all its timeless beauty today with its new, lucky owner!
Another gorgeous vehicle we said goodbye to in April was our 1954 Buick Skylark Convertible. The combination of the white exterior with the red leather interior creates a stunning contrast. This car was actually built as a celebration of Buick’s 50th anniversary and is considered a specialty vehicle and definitely provides bragging rights to the new owner! This vehicle is equipped with a V8 engine producing 220-horsepower. The classic white-wall tires are hugged by 40-spoke Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels, creating a look that can’t be ignored. This 1954 Buick Skylark Convertible is the product from a frame-up restoration – engine included. It even has power windows and a power top and radio! The entire car is in mint condition and left our customers surely driving away with a smile!

We are eager to introduce our new cars for the month of May! We have an excellent collection available for anyone interested in purchasing their very own vintage vehicle! In fact, this month we will have available a 1912 Ford Model T. These cars are arguably the most interesting Model T style cars; there were 5 different styles. The 1912 Ford Model T marked a transition from the old to the new Model T, because starting with this year’s model, the whole body was no longer an open style, but instead sported three doors – two in the back on both sides and one on the passenger side, and the driver side still remained open. This is truly a special Model T to own!
Also, be sure you don’t miss out on our 1931 Packard Model 833 Sport Phaeton this May! This Packard has been restored and no longer has the frame, as most originals do. It has been converted into a soft top convertible, making this car even more unique than others of its kind. Its beige exterior paired with red striping down the sides and red tires really make this vehicle a show stopper. The gleaming chrome emblem on the hood is the icing on the cake of this one-of-a-kind restored 1931 Packard Model 833 Sport Phaeton.

In 1962 Ford produced only 1,427 Thunderbird Sports Roadsters, and this May you could be the owner of one of the few! Included are Kelsey-Hayes tires and a fiberglass cover over the back, creating a seamless two-seater design. A special feature that is unique to Thunderbirds is the slide-away steering wheel, which allows the driver to move the wheel 18 inches to the side to create easier in and out access to the vehicle. Its V8 engine produces 300 horsepower to the vehicle. Take one look at this vehicle and you’ll see yourself driving away in it in no time!
We will have available this month also a 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix. This car has 13,902 of the original miles! This stunner has a ginger brown exterior paint job with golden pin striping, topped with a sandstone vinyl roof. The grille on this Pontiac and the vertical bars on the tail lights make the stamp on the 1975 Grand Prix. Carefully maintained and kept in a heated garage, this little piece of history has never seen a winter and absolutely everything on it is original besides the battery and tires! Anyone would be lucky to be the proud second owner of this perfectly preserved 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix for just $17,900.

If you’re in the market for a sleek, classy vehicle this summer, we are offering the perfect car for you this May! We have a 1937 Cadillac Convertible. The contrast of the bright blue exterior paint job against the white wall tires and white convertible top catch any eye! Chrome fenders and silver striping down the sides are the finishing touches on, creating the luxurious look and feel we’ve come to expect from the Cadillac. Not only does the outside have a gorgeous appearance, but it’s also decked out with black leather interior to make its proud owner feel like a million bucks cruising around in this 1937 Cadillac Convertible.

Fresh on the site, we have a 1920 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost for sale! It has classic combination of a red exterior with black interior as well as white painted wheels. Producing a total of 7,874 cars for just 19 years, this Rolls-Royce is one of many still on the road today and still widely operating; proving just how well-designed this vehicle is. It’s given the name “Silver Ghost” not due to its color, but due to its quietness. This particular Rolls was also the beginning of the company claiming to create the “best car in the world,” and clearly they weren’t far off, considering Rolls-Royce is still one of the most envied and well known luxury car brands. An astounding 1,500 of these particular vehicles still exist today, and you could be the owner of one of them!