1924 Pierce-Arrow Model 33
For more than three decades, the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car of Buffalo New York, was among the most respected and renowned automakers in america. The rich gray tones of the limo has been the beneficiary of a full-bodied restoration by Eric Roseneu, a long-time Pierce Arrow restorer. The body was rewooded and correctly modified. The wheels were respoked and increased to 25 inch diameter. The inline 6-cylinder, T-head engine was rebuilt. The front seat is in lea..
This BMW stands among the most exclusive pre-war classics as it shares the same legendary coachwork as the Bugatti “La Royale”. The sheet metal used is virtually indistinguishable and is a perfect marriage of early automotive performance and luxury.
The 319 had 55 HP which allowed the car to go 85 mph and thus, it became a significant competitor in motorsport events in Germany and Europe. Only 102 of the 319 were ever built and the price tag put it out of reach for most of the m..
This extraordinary, outrageous, 50’s styling of the Cadillac sweeping fins couldn’t be out done by Chrysler! The convertibles were the best and a record 11,130 series 62 were sold. As with any extreme design, people either loved or hated them, and the survival rate was low until they became icons of the past. Today, they are rare in the market and highly sought after. The 59 Cadillac is the epitome of radical styling. This car has been expertly restored with all new white leather seats, red ..