Current Inventory

$45,000
Fully restored 1942 Dodge WC-56. This Dodge is ready for the farm, off road or the next parade.
$13,500
Volkswagen capitalized on the overwhelming popularity of their Beetle by following “the people’s car” with a sporty sister: the Karmann Ghia.
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British two place roadsters epitomize the essence of vintage sports car motoring. Nimble handling, spirited wind in the hair driving and entertaining down the road performance are their hallmarks and make them both desirable...
$325,000
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company, a successor to the glorious Ford GT40 of the 1960s was unveiled in 2003. The GT’s design was a modern homage to the car that had achieved four consecutive Le Mans...
$27,000
This P1800 ES Wagon is a four owner car with just over 49,000 miles. It is factory equipped with original B20F fuel injected engine and a Bw35 automatic transmission. It is refinished in the original color (sea green) and...
$9,990
The engine is an strong running 1,147 cc (1.1 l) four-cylinder with a pushrod OHV cylinder head and two valves per cylinder, mildly tuned showing 62,523 miles, fed by twin SU carburetors attached to a four speed...
$67,500
For most sports car lovers, the Healey BJ8 is the ultimate expression of the marque. And this is a great one! A California car for most of its life, it was beautifully restored from the ground up, and since then has been in...
$295,000
Originally sold new to compete in a Brazilian version of the European Supercup series. The Brazilian series never happened and the car was subsequently imported into the U.S. in 1999 with very few miles on it.
$200,000
Beautiful example of a B-19. Rebuilt in England. Purchased from Ed Swart in its current configuration. Run extensively in North America and meticulously maintained by Lee Chapman Racing.
$80,000
The Jaguar E-type was introduced to the public in 1961 and continued in several variants until 1975. It was initially shown as a two seater fixed head coupe and also as a two seater convertible. The latter model became known...
$135,000
History tells us that Enzo Ferrari, upon seeing the new Jaguar XK-E, said that, “it is the most beautiful car ever made,” and decades later, many automotive experts have seconded his opinion. Derived from the D Type – a car...
$110,000
Fully restored with 0 hours on both the 2.0 engine that’s installed and the spare 2.0 engine. Engines were built by Kevin McCarthy a very well know Porsche mechanic in CT. Both car and motors were built with no regard to...
$120,000

Fully restored with 0 hours on both the 3.2 engine that’s installed and the spare 3.0 engine. Engines were built by Kevin McCarthy a very well know Porsche mechanic in CT. Both car and motors were built with no regard to...

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The silhouette of the DB5 is the one most people picture when they think of vintage examples of this iconic marque – Aston Martin. Words like sophisticated, refined, define every aspect of the design. That’s surprising since...
$55,000
Lotus Sevens are probably more fun per mile to drive than virtually any other car. With a typical total weight of 1200 pounds and a light four cylinder engine, these cars are fast in a straight line and have go-kart like...
$64,500
In the aftermath of the great depression, it was increasingly clear to luxury car builders that the days of custom coachbuilt bodies were dead and that shared platforms and factory bodies were the wave of the future....
$160,000
GROPA CHEVRONS overcame the compromises of the Chevron B8's and were the forerunners of the Chevron B16 and B19. In 1969 rule changes were proposed that would make the Chevron B8 uncompetitive. Andrew Mylius was a dedicated...
$145,000
The Jaguar E-Type was introduced to the public in 1961 and continued in several variants until 1975. It was initially shown as a two seater fixed head coupe and also as a two seater convertible. The latter model became known...
$22,500
Americans had found out that small nimble British sports convertibles were great fun to drive compared with mostly larger stateside vehicles. 10,000 MG TCs were produced from September 1945 to November 1949 and these car...
$349,000
The 365 GT 2+2 was a luxurious car with leather seats, power steering and brakes, electric windows and optional air conditioning. It quickly became the company's top-selling model with about 800 being produced in the space...
$175,000
The car offered here is a Porsche 911 which was manufactured during the first half year of production. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity comes with the car. The car itself is a matching numbers vehicle. The car is...
$85,000
This very special Corvette is extremely fast and competitive and has just been refreshed by well known marque specialists Cobra Automotive in CT. The car is fully documented with meticulous records including signed...
$295,000
This beautiful Lola T-70 Spyder was constructed by Lee Chapman Racing in New Milford, Connecticut using original front and rear fabricated steel bulkheads which John Bright found in California, while working in IMSA on a...
$43,500
The Lotus Seven is a small, simple, lightweight two seater open top sports car produced by Lotus Cars in England. Designed by Colin Chapman with a philosophy of performance through low weight and simplicity. The car features...
$50,000
This race car features a solid chassis into which a modified six cylinder motor was installed. The engine was built by Musante Motor Sports, CT. Estimated engine power is 230 HP and the car complies with all SVRA Group 8...
$145,000
One of seven cars built by Ginetta Cars, Ltd. to compete in the European FIA 2 liter GT Championship, this particular car, the very first of the series, was sold to Art Allen, the Ginetta distributor in Southern California...
$37,500

The Datsun 240Z was introduced in 1969. With its striking good looks and powerful engine it became an instant hit in the sports car market and competed directly with popular British imports Triumph and MG.