This collection of a long-time classic car enthusiast is being offered at absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidders on location:
’54 Cadillac 2-door coupe – ’32 Ford Model B pickup truck – ’64 Chrysler convertible – ’67 Opel Kadett station wagon – ’65 Corvair convertible – ’41 Chevrolet Business Coupe – ’46 Ford Coupe – Note: There are a number of spare parts for many of these cars. Some will go with the car and some will be sold separately.
There is a variety of very high-quality automobiles, all in stock or lightly modified condition. All cars run and drive very well. The quality of cars being sold shows the eye of a very particular collector.
1954 CADILLAC 2-DOOR COUPE:
This Cadillac has been restored to a very high standard. It is painted Calypso Lime with a white top which is the original color combination. It was the subject of a 3-year restoration. It has been driven approximately 300 miles since the work was completed. No expense has been spared from the Sur Fit leather interior to the external chrome and stainless.
1932 FORD MODEL B PICKUP:
This truck shows extremely well. It has been restored to an almost completely stock condition. The cab is original steel, the bed is reproduction steel, the rear fenders are original steel, and the front fenders are fiberglass. There are approximately 150 miles on the complete rebuild of the original motor. The underside and interior show just as well as the outside. This truck is a real eye catcher.
1964 CHRYSLER CONVERTIBLE:
An excellent driver quality car, originally purchased from Kempthorn motors. It has a 383 C.I. engine with a 2-barrel carburetor. It has a new Sur Fit top and a new interior. It shows approximately 70,600 original miles. It is believed to have had one repaint in the 1980s. It shows very well.
1967 OPEL KADETTE STATION WAGON:
This is a very unusual car. These cars were imported by GM for sale through their Buick dealerships. They were modified by GM to appeal to the American market. The engines were replaced with a 1.9-liter size and a larger radiator was installed. A Powerglide transmission with console and A/C were also included in GM's changes. It has had one repaint in the original color. It is rumored to have been owned by a GM executive.
1965 CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE:
This is a high-quality driver car. It has a new Sur Fit top. There are less than 250 miles on the 140 h.p., 4 carburetor flat 6 motor. The engine was rebuilt by Ollie Storie Motors. It has an automatic transmission.
1941 CHEVROLET BUSINESS COUPE:
This car spent most of it's life in either California or Arizona and has a very solid body. It has it's original 216 c.i. engine with a new carburetor. The 3-speed transmission has been rebuilt. It was repainted with single stage metallic urethane paint in 2016. It has chrome wheels and new radials. Starter and generator have been rebuilt with new voltage regulator, battery, coil and plug wires. It has 95,000 miles.
1946 FORD COUPE:
This is a really cool coupe. It has an Ollie Storie built flathead V-8 engine with less than 150 miles. It retains its original style generator and 6-volt system. The wiring is completely sorted out. The transmission was rebuilt and new clutch installed. The body was blasted to metal and painted dark cherry. There are some paint issues on the trunk lid. The frame got the Por-15 treatment. The interior and headliner are new and the car is running chromies with radial tires.
There is a large number of spare parts for many of these cars. Some will go with the car and some will be sold separately.
Backyard Buddy 4-post car lift, 7K lbs. – Malto trans. jack – built 350 small block GM V8 engine (1,000 miles) – bead roller – early rim spreaders – 10 early car jacks – shop diagnostic meters – 20-ton porta power – children’s Razor electric scooter – police radar detector – Homelite WWII generator – early hand tools – micrometers – calipers – etc.
Please be on time – not a long auction! All cars run & drive very well!