This is a one family owned 1994 Ford F-150. The truck has been garage kept and never driven in bad weather. Powered by the fuel injected Ford 302 V8 and matched with the electric overdrive automatic transmission. Options include, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Windows, Power Locks, AM/FM Stereo Cassette, Bright Electric Mirrors, Forged Aluminum Wheels, Chrome Rear Step Bumper, Deluxe Two-Tone Paint, Pendaliner bed liner and a Tekstyle Tonneau Bed Cover.
Please don't confuse this truck with an average 1994 Pickup, this is a very rare low mileage survivor. The truck has always been serviced and new Firestone tires were just installed. Currently the truck has 55,683 miles! The sale will include the original Stereo and books. $19,900.
This immaculate Jaguar just arrived with only 6,000 miles. Optioned with the S package including a 6 cylinder super charged engine rated at 385 Hp. This is as close to new as you can get! Red over Red leather makes for a breathtaking presentation. If you are in the market for a new Jaguar do you self a favor and save huge money with this pristine 6,000 mile example. Car includes books and both keys. $43,900.
2003 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 is a one owner example from Florida. The car has no paintwork and has been driven only 12,900 miles. Equipment includes all-wheel drive and the Porsche Tiptronic transmission. We have extensive service history from new . $39,900.
This is a one owner Mercedes Benz 380 SL that has lived in Morgantown it's whole life. This car represents an exceptional example with only 27,000 miles. The gold color with the chocolate top looks amazing and it comes with the matching factory hardtop. Please do not confuse this car with a run of the mill 380 SL as this car is exceptional. The car has been fully serviced and fitted with new tires. The gas tank and fuel pump were replaced as part of it's reawakening service.
Rare Viotti 600. This car came from Mark Hyman several years ago and has been in our collection ever since.
The Fiat 600 was first introduced in 1955 as an Italian answer to the hugely successful VW Beetle and as a follow up to Fiat’s own beloved Topolino. The 600 was designed by the brilliant engineer Dante Giacosa, whose extensive portfolio includes the Fiat Topolino, 508, Cisitalia D46 and Cisitalia 202. With the Fiat 600, he chose a rear-engine/rear-drive layout inspired by the Beetle, though unlike the VW, Fiat fitted an inline-four-cylinder engine with water cooling. The 633 cc unit was mated to a four-speed transaxle, while suspension was by transverse leaf spring up front and independent semi-trailing arms in the rear. Four wheel hydraulic drum brakes were more than adequate to slow the car from its top speed of 59 mph (later, 767 cc versions reached a thundering 68 mph). The Seicento was a huge success for Fiat, setting sales records for the company, selling over a million examples in six years. The platform proved very versatile, with tuners such as Abarth, and various coachbuilders producing a wide variety of sporting and luxury bodies to fit the humble underpinnings.
One such coachbuilder, Viotti, had a long-standing relationship with Fiat by the time the 600 was released. Carrozzeria Viotti SpA had been contracted by Fiat to build a large number of special bodies for the Balilla. Between 1933 and 1939, several thousand 508A, 508B and 508C chassis were equipped with high quality Viotti bodies. The great Pietro Frua joined as chief stylist from 1957, and, among estate cars and convertibles, the firm produced a handful of 600 Sport coupes with stylish two-seat coupe bodywork as well as deluxe trim 600s such as our featured car. However, like great many coachbuilders of the period, regular production orders gradually slowed and Viotti closed in 1964.
This delightful 1959 Fiat 600 Coupe is an extremely rare and wonderfully presented example of just a handful to be upgraded by Carrozzeria Viotti. The Viotti touches lend a degree of elegance to the otherwise basic 600, and the two-tone gray and red color scheme pairs wonderfully with the styling. This car was found in Italy in 2004, imported to the United States shortly thereafter, and treated to an extensive refurbishment in 2005. It was also recently in the care of the renowned Dominick European Car Repair of White Plains, New York and it is said to be a fine driving example.
The body is largely a standard 600, presenting in very good order with clean straight panels and good gaps. The gray main body paint is very good quality, highlighted by a red roof, red body-side flash and red wheel centers. Much of the exterior trim is courtesy of Viotti; with the red body flash trimmed in bright alloy, finishing with very cool detail around the side marker. “Fiat 600 Viotti” badges adorn the front fenders and a lovely, intricate faux grille signifies this as a very special model. Chrome bumpers, alloy headlight bezels and marker light plinths are in excellent condition, with only the lower sill trims showing a few minor dings. Plexiglas wind deflectors adorn the doors, presumably a Viotti addition as well. The original wheels are painted in the same two-tone as the body, and adorned with lovely chrome FIAT hub caps. Period correct Pirelli crossplys are in good order and give this little 600 just the right stance.
The stylish cabin was reworked by Viotti with flashy upholstery patterns and a more deluxe, upscale feel to the otherwise basic accommodations. The seats are trimmed in a unique red and white patterned material that is complemented by solid red door cards and quarter panels which present in good order. The floors are lined with mottled red and black rubber mats as original, the colors repeating on the rear parcel shelf. The dash is classic Fiat 600, minimalist yet stylish in its starkness. The original gauge cluster sits behind an original steering wheel, with the only deviation from standard being a large brass St. Christopher medallion. Original switchgear is all in very good working order.
Fiat’s 633 c.c. inline four puts out approximately 30 horsepower in standard trim but of course, what this cheeky little Fiat lacks in grunt it makes up for in copious amounts of charm. The lightweight alloy engine is very clean and impressively presented with excellent wiring, labels, plumbing, and high quality finishes on the components. Previous owners have resisted the urge to fit speed parts, thus retaining the original charm. Similarly, the front trunk is tidy and properly detailed with fluted rubber mat, an original style washer bag and a correct spare wheel with leather retaining strap. Overall, this is a very well restored example, combining a quality restoration with the rarity and uniquely attractive Viotti enhancements. We’re sure you’ll be as taken by the charms this delightful, unique and stylish little Fiat 600 as we have been. $29,900.
Fully restored 1963 Alfa Spider.
The classic Alfa Romeo Giulia would debut in June 1962 with the release of the Giulia TI Berlina. It was roomier and square, often called a three-box saloon with an unprecedented style and sophistication.
The 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider was the first to be fitted with a five-speed gearbox and to adopt a crumple-zone body. Powered by a 1,570cc derivative of the Giulietta engine with 92hp, the first model to debut would be the Sedan. The other variants in the Giulietta theme would continue under the Giulia TI name, including the Spider.
If you’re thinking about purchasing a 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Convertible, you’ve come to the right place. $69,900.
This is one of the worlds finest original examples of a Porsche 914. One owner from new with original paint and still on it's original title. Sold new in Cincinnati, Ohio. This car only has 11,000 miles! The car has been professionally reawakened with an engine out service and paint correction treatment service. New tires have been added due to age of the original tires. This car needs nothing and is ready for the national show circuit.
Only 29,000 miles! This Austin America is an example of a car that has mostly vanished from today’s roads. The car is very original and would be welcome in most preservation classes.
Having a BMC’s ADO16 platform, the Austin America used an 1,100-cc BMC A-Series inline four-cylinder. The car is front-wheel-drive and was designed by Alec Issigonis and intended to be a step up from the Mini. Styling was completed by Pininfarina.
The car in question was sold new in Minneapolis, Minnesota to a family that used it for limited errands. After moving to Kansas, the car was not driven much, being stored in a basement garage after 1985 due to failure of the liquid suspension. This probably saved the Austin as it accounts for its remarkable level of preservation.
The Austin shows nearly all its original paint as well as original interior upholstery and surfaces. The indicated mileage of just over 29,000 is understood to be original and is in keeping with its overall condition. Equipped with an automatic transmission, it is a classic that anyone can drive with ease. $8,900.
This Ferrari 599 was originally sold by Foreign Cars Italia in Greensboro, NC. The car has just completed a comprehensive service from Ferrari of Detroit in August of 2020.
This rare Aston Martin joins us from Washington State. The car has less than 900 miles on the odometer and is fitted with the all important manual transmission.
The Vantage offered here is one of only 16 in Stratus White and believed to be the only one with Status White over Spicy Red interior! Options include the 700 watt stereo system as well as sport suspension and 19 inch V spoke Graphite DT wheels. The Stratus white was one of Aston Martin's "Contemporary Colors" and came at a cost of $1595 extra. This car is meant for the series Aston Martin collector and should not be over looked! $99,900.
Learn more about the current inventory of cars we have as well as some featured cars we have sold in the past.