Available Cars/Vintage Motorcycles

 

1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan

1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan This fantastic cruiser provides the best combination of classic styling and modern performance. The drive train is freshly built and installed only 1156 miles ago. It features a GM 327ci V8 that has been completely rebuilt. The transmission is a Turbo Hydramatic 350 rebuilt with TCI components. The front suspension is Mustang II with Power  disc brakes. The AFCO Aluminum radiator with electric fan keeps everything cool. It coasts down the road on a set of Wheel Vintique powder coated wheels with polished stainless steel caps and BF Goodrich TA radials with Wide White Walls. To round out the amenities, this car is also equipped with Power steering, Power brakes, Heat and Air Conditioning. The retro style gauge cluster by […]


 

1933 Pierce Arrow 836, Club Sedan

1933 Pierce Arrow 836, Club Sedan For more than three decades the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company of Buffalo, New York, was among the most respected and renowned automakers in America. Hard to believe the company responsible for producing the grandest of luxury cars began by building bird cages. From household products, the company turned to bicycles and then to automobiles shortly after the turn of the 20th century. Pierce-Arrow had the distinction of being the first automobiles to be used by the White House during the William Howard Taft administration in 1909. Unlike Packard, Pierce-Arrow refused to compromise on its luxury product closing its doors in 1938. The Motorcar Offered: Originally delivered in Chicago, this Pierce-Arrow has benefited from a comprehensive nut-and-bolt restoration by its […]


 

1950 Talbo Lago T26 Record Cabriolet by Antem

1950 Talbo Lago T26 Record Cabriolet by Antem The 1949 Paris Salon show car Rare and desirable coachbuilt T26 cabriolet by Antem Post-war, independent coil-sprung chassis with superb handling and road manners 4,482-cc inline six-cylinder with twin Zenith-Stromberg carburettors Chassis number 101001 In October 1946, Talbot-Lago had a small stand behind Peugeot at the Paris Salon. The brand-new T26 Record model was shown. It was available in four body styles, including a lovely factory convertible. In 1934, Joseph Figoni had helped Anthony Lago design a line of factory bodies for Talbot-Lago. The post-war Record was the final evolution of these beautiful designs, tastefully updated by Carlo Delaisse, a well-known designer who had worked for the great coachbuilders Vanvooren and Letourneur et Marchand. Nevertheless, the Record […]


 

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Coupe Tribute, Merlin Powered!

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Coupe Tribute This incredible 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle is a beast of a muscle car. The car has been beautifully restored and modified for extreme performance. The body is straight and solid with great lines and gaps. The paint is Shadow Silver (its original color) with Black stripes. The paint shines beautifully and looks great on this car. The underside is painted beautifully and completely rust free. Originally built at the Van Nuys, California plant to the Malibu 2 door Sport Coupe trim level, it was rebadged and trimmed as a Chevelle SS 396 during its restoration approximately 10 years ago.  The mechanical build on this car is exceptional. It is powered by a Big Block Merlin V8 engine with Dart aluminum […]


 

1946 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet by Graber

1946 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet by Graber   Beautiful Coach-built Classic Color:  Oxford Blue Engine No: 800320 Chassis No: 800320 Swiss coachbuilder Graber, produced designs for a variety of chassis including Bugatti, Talbot, Hotchkiss and Delahaye. Considered to be the finest Swiss coachbuilder, Graber’s work is noted for his ability to integrate high wing lines, while not making the car appear massive. Cars fitted with custom bodywork by Graber were characterized by rounded, organic shapes. In 1946, Hermann Graber created this elegant Drophead coupe in his Wichtrach workshop, close to Bern. It was one of two cars in a small series by Graber and thought by many to be one of his most successful designs on a Delahaye chassis. Its smooth lines and rounded volumes make […]


 

2017 MTT 420RR Turbine Powered Motorcycle (Brand New)

2017 MTT 420RR Turbine Powered Superbike Worlds fastest production Motorcycle 420hp, 550lb/ft Torque 250+mph top speed Powered by a Rolls Royce 250 series C-20b Turbine Engine 2 Speed Automatic Transmission Smart Start™ Digital Control System with Full Data Logging and Customizable Display Full International Technical Field Support Limited lifetime Engine Warranty Street Legal   Nostalgic Motoring Ltd. is now an exclusive, authorized dealer of these incredible Superbikes.  Manufactured buy MTT in Louisiana USA, these bikes are their newest offering. The 420RR takes their original, ground breaking Y2K Superbike to the next level. It is truly the fastest production motorcycle in the world, with a top speed in excess of 250mph. The 420RR is designed for ease of operation. It features a specially prepared Rolls Royce […]


 

1923 Indian Chief with Princess Sidecar Ex – Steve McQueen

Previously owned by Steve McQueen Restored by renowned artist Kenny Howard AKA Von Dutch Von Dutch’s business card is laminated in sidecar Beautiful example with incredible provenance Indian Big Chief Indian followed its 1920 debut of the improved 600cc V-twin Scout with the larger-displacement 1,000cc Chief in 1922. Continuing on with the bigger-is-better approach, Indian launched the 1,200cc Big Chief in 1923. With standard electric lights and a generator, new tank-side compression-release rod and heavier frame tubing with reinforcements to handle the increased horsepower, the Big Chief quickly rode to the best-selling model spot in the Indian lineup. The Motorcycle offered This particular 1923 Indian Big Chief is equipped with a Princess Sidecar, and not only was it owned by Steve McQueen, but it was additionally restored […]


 

1916 Indian Model H “Small Base” Racer

Genuine 4-valve “small base” single 500cc Beautifully Restored Very rare Indian Model H Motorcycle Indian set the racing world on fire in 1911 when it introduced its 8-valve V-twin racers. With pushrod-operated vertical valves in flat combustion chambers, these first 8-valves were known as “big base” racers because of their enlarged crankcases, which hid extra-large flywheels. Extra crankshaft momentum was considered essential for these racers as they were designed for carburetors designed to run flat out; to adjust his speed, a rider used the ignition cut-out, and the heavy flywheels kept the engine spinning smoothly in the interim. These racers weren’t cataloged and were only available to selected riders—those likely to win races. One technical oddity was the uneven-sized exhaust valves in each head; the […]