The flagship 300-series sedan debuted at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1951. The large, elegant six-cylinder sedan was graceful yet imposing, a statement of European luxury that was available in either four-door sedan or striking four-door full convertible configurations. This exceptional 300S dates from 1953 and is one of only 203 Cabriolets constructed. It is a numbers-matching example confirmed by Daimler-Benz build records and is very well-documented, with just three owners from new. Since the restoration was completed in 2010, this fine machine has been honored with several first-place awards from many prestigious concours events. It remains exceptional and would be a welcome entry into nearly any prestigious concours or driving event in North America or Europe.
1932 Chevrolet - $16,500 SOLD This 1932 Chevy Sedan runs, drives and is ready to find it's forever home... with only 37k miles it's hard to resist! It has the original six-cylinder engine, three-speed synchro-mesh manual "freewheel" transmission and a turn key. The Kelsey Antique Auto Museum located in Missouri purchased the car and had it restored in the 1960's. Mr. Silvers purchased the car in 2007 and had all new interior installed including mole hair, headliner, carpet, door panels and a vinyl top. It contains all the original wood from 1932! Body # S3016 Job # 32559
1981 Ford F-100 - $16,000 SOLD The refreshed, streamlined styling and weight reductions of 1980 were designed to help the fuel efficiency of the F-Series, but new powertrain choices made the most of those changes, combining to deliver impressive mileage numbers for a full-size pickup. The powertrain changes begin with the F-100's all-new, 4.2 liter V-8 engine producing 115 horsepower with Flowmater exhaust. It has a fresh satin black paint job with working heat and air, 3 inch drop, new tires, new seat, carpet, door panels, dash cap. This beautiful ride is ready to run or customize!