1934 Vauxhall BX Roadster


1934 Vauxhall BX Roadster The Vauxhall Company was founded in by Alexander Wilson, and had originally been named the Vauxhall Iron Works as it produced pumps and marine engines. Its first vehicle was built in 1903, a 5 hp model that was steered using a tiller, with only two forward gears, and no reverse. Eventually a better design was produced and made available for sale. General Motors had acquired Vauxhall in 1925. The cars were built in England and then shipped to Australia where they were fitted with bodies designed and built by Holden. Both companies-Vauxhall and Holden-are subsidiaries of General Motors Corporation. The Vauxhall BX was introduced in 1934 powered by a 195 cubic-inch overhead valve 6-cylinder engine producing 27 horsepower. Before being discontinued […]


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 […]


1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Indy Pace Car Edition


This 1969 SS Indy Pace Car convertible is one of just 3,675 produced. It’s finished in its original colors of Dover White with Hugger Orange striping and white top. It’s optioned with an original, correct, numbers matching L48 350/300hp small-block engine (casting number 3932388, Stamping number T0314HB) backed to a Turbo-hydramatic 3 speed Automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear end. It’s additionally equipped with convenience options such as Power disc brakes, Power steering, Tilt steering wheel, Woodgrain trim, AM Radio, Center console, Tachometer, Rallye wheels, Deluxe custom houndstooth interior, Rear spoiler, Cowl-induction hood and of course the Z11 Indy 500 package. The car has benefited from a thorough, rotisserie restoration that was completed about 12 years ago. Today the car presents very nicely with only minor […]


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 […]


2002 AM General Hummer H1 Open Top Custom


This is an incredible Brute. Very high end build with great quality equipment. 49,000 Original Miles 6.5L GM Turbo Diesel with a 4 speed Automatic Transmission Rhino Liner applied to exterior surfaces. Black painted Undercarriage Remote Start 5 Custom Consoles Cameras, Front and Rear 9″ Alpine in dash Monitor LEDs: 24″ Front Brush guard, 32″ Windshield light bar, Blue undercarriage lighting, Auxiliary reverse lights, Tail light upgrade, Headlight upgrade with Halo, Clearance light upgrade, Turn Signal upgrade with new housings 8 Parking sensors w/ display and audio 12k Superwinch Stainless Steel exterior hardware Custom Mirrors Chrome exhaust tip Ceramic Wrap Mercedes Carpet Custom F1 style Napa leather seats with electric blue stitching Door panels fabricated to match seats Rollbar Pads New Toyo 37/1250R20 Tires Fully […]


1988 Ferrari Testarossa


The Ferrari Testarossa 9,640 miles since new U.S. specification model Spent the majority of its life in California Recent service and mechanical inspection 4.9L V-12 engine with 380 HP Electronic fuel injection 5-speed manual gearbox Factory air conditioning Clean CarFax Major belt service performed at 9,445 miles Owner and service history Tool kit included Topping the 512 Berlinetta Boxer was no easy feat, but in the fall of 1984, Ferrari unleashed the Testarossa on the world at the Paris Motor Show. The sleek yet radical Pininfarina-designed Testarossa, or “redhead,” is centered by a Flat-12 boxer engine with red-painted camshaft covers that lend the car its name. This U.S.-specification model was crafted into existence at the Maranello factory in September 1988 and traveled most of its 9,536 […]


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 […]


1992 Ford F150 Lariat Flareside Pick-up Truck


Beautiful, short wheel base 2 Wheel Drive Flareside pick-up truck in the stunning colors of Iris Metallic and Silver. This incredible example is completely rust free and still wears its original paint!  The truck has only had 2 owners from new and it has been in my ownership for 14 years. It has its original 5.0 liter V8 which was completely rebuilt less than 1000 miles ago. The suspension was fully refreshed at that time as well. We also replaced the radiator. I have the original window sticker, owners manual and papers. We also installed 4 new Pirelli tires along with a complete brake service , new shock absorbers and spring . The truck also has 2 new fuel tanks along with fresh sending units. […]


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 […]


1914 Chalmers Model 24 Touring


50 bhp, 414.7 cu. in. L-head inline six-cylinder engine,4 speed manual transmission, semi-elliptic leaf spring suspension, and rear-wheel mechanical brakes. Wheelbase: 132 in.   A descendant of the Thomas Flyer Wonderful largely original condition Veteran of decades of enjoyable touring Ideal Glidden Tour car   The Chalmers automobile was the delightful, if unlikely, product of a union between two early Detroit automotive industry veterans, Roy Chapin and Howard Coffin, and Hugh Chalmers, vice-president of the National Cash Register Company. Chapin and Coffin had been working with Buffalo, New York, automaker E.R. Thomas in the building of a car in Detroit, dubbed, aptly, the Thomas-Detroit. Chalmers was brought on, bought out Thomas, and together the three remaining executives built the aptly renamed Chalmers-Detroit – soon to […]