(SOLD) This beautiful, matching numbers, XK-140 SE DHC has been well cared for with recent service receipts. This Jaguar shows wonderful patina throughout. This is a limited ownership DHC with the second owner owning the car for over 40 years! The recent owner kept all of the receipts for the vehicle. This XK is a very spacious in leg room and comfort. It has been exercised regularly and runs like a champ. It’s equipped with four brand new wide radial white wall tires and a full size spare, this lovely car is ready to be driven and enjoyed. It features a beautiful wood dash with full functional instrumentation. This 140 DHC is accompanied by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate of authenticity and licensed with California Historical Plates. This DHC is a rare example and is highly collectable.
(SOLD) Mechanical: 3.8 engine rebuilt to factory specifications with 265 factory base horse power, new pistons, bearings, valves, guides, seals, timing chain, head completely rebuilt, rebuilt carbs, clutch, new brake parts, drive shaft balanced, rebuilt shocks, many powder coated parts, new suspension, under carriage rebuilt, new wire harness, gas tank restored, rebuilt fuel pump, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, rescreened or replaced, instruments rebuilt, top bows and seat frames powder coated, replaced stone guards, new triplex windshield, new exhaust system, rear end and transmission completely rebuilt, and much more! Body and Interior Body stripped to bare metal and finished, doors, bonnets and boot fit to body, epoxy sealed and painted, color sanded and buffed, new rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or replated, new interior, carpet, panels, dash and seats redone, fitted with a Stayfast hood.
(SOLD) This truly original, and very well-kept 190SL Roadster came from a long-term collector who owned it for many years. It is in wonderful condition, benefiting from an excellent history of maintenance and care. Beautifully presented in Ivory with a luxurious Beige interior and sitting atop a set of period-correct white-wall radial tires, the Roadster stands as a sleek and elegantly restored example from a time gone by that is ready to driven and enjoyed today. Benefiting from recent restoration services by Mercedes-Benz professionals, the 190SL has received a comprehensive detail and servicing, including the installation of new brake components, a hydraulic system bleed, professional restoration of the cooling and fuel systems, electrical system diagnostics, re-chroming of the brite work (as was needed), along with a full detailing of the roadster's undercarriage. The car comes equipped with a number of desirable features that are sure to please collectors, including full factory instrumentation, an original Becker radio, and authentic German carpets and top. With its timeless, classic design, backed by an exceptional reputation, this vintage Mercedes-Benz is an excellent choic
(SOLD) This single-owner 911 Speedster was one of only 823 Speedsters to come stateside, all of which came with the widened stance of the Turbo. Coming in a classic color combination of Guards Red over Black leather, this Speedster shows only 32,342 miles since new. The Speedster also sports a number of options, including a raised hub steering wheel, limited slip differential, short shift transmission, and a Blaupunkt stereo. As well, the 911 came equipped with a set of rare, lightweight, manual adjustment "Speedster Seats". Since leaving Stuttgart, the car has been meticulously maintained by Porsche specialists Steinel's Autowerks in Twinsburg, Ohio. Both the 15,000 mile and 30,000 mile services (which included critical valve adjustments) were performed well before they were due. Most recently a new set of Toyo Poxes T1R tires were added to the Speedster's original wheels. Accompanied by a full service history, original window sticker, and the jack, as well as all of the original tools and manuals; the only modification to the car is the removal of the central third taillight (the piece removed is included with the car, should the new owner wish to reinstall it). These Speedsters
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1966 Jaguar E-type Fixed Head Coupe has low original miles, a CA black plate, a spectacular color combination, and a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. This classic Jaguar would be a great addition to any collection. Rust free and solid, this Jaguar has undergone a recent show-driver level restoration by Classic Showcase included a repaint to it’s original color, color sand and buff, rebuilding the engine, transmission and new clutch system, new rubber, new trim, new restored seats, new carpets, new headliner, panels, new exhaust system, new suspension rubber, recent rear end restoration as well as the brakes and the brightwork. This vehicle also features a Becker radio. A CD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle.
(SOLD) This Speedster has always been well cared for and maintained. With performance upgrades which include a fully re-built 912 1600 engine with increased performance, sport exhaust system, and disc brakes. This classic is a great, fun car to own and drive. Recently it’s had a complete re-paint, color sand and buff, all body parts painted separately off the car, full mechanical service, and complete vehicle detail inside and out. A tan stay fast tonneau/ boot cover has been installed.
(SOLD) Our vehicle is in good overall condition and well cared for, and drives very well. It has an interesting history, and has very good interior, paint and chrome. This XK is an older restoration, has had a recent engine head rebuild, and a recent complete service. This vehicle does not need to be restored, it is a good driver as is. Classic Showcase, Inc. did not restore this vehicle. We did, however, take this XK on a recent outing to a British Car Event. We drove it about 70 miles round trip. This 1957 Jaguar XK-140 ran splendidly at 65-70 mph on the freeway and handles superbly on country roads throughout the whole trip. This turn key Jaguar XK-140 is ready for its new home. Comes with a convertible top, tonneau cover, and removable side curtains
(SOLD) This is an extremely rare original, highly collectible, matching-numbers 1965 Jaguar 4.2L E-Type Series I Roadster. A car this age, with 20,000 original miles, is hardly ever seen, especially one that has the original paint and interior chrome etc.., and is in this kind of condition. It was so original even down to the original hoses when we purchased it. This XKE has not been molested or abused, was very well kept and serviced by its previous owner, and has a remarkable patina of originality throughout. It has normal wear for a car of 20,000 miles. The car was in long term storage in Hollywood, CA when it was located. Classic Showcase purchased the car and performed a major service to all systems, and prepared the car for the road. It features a nicely preserved Davis Radio Corp. "Le Chaperon" AM push-button radio, ready for those long summer drives! Equipped with an original tool kit, jack, knock off hammer, keys, and rare ladies foot rest on the passenger side. It is in a spectacular color combination of opalescent silver blue with a dark blue interior and top. You can improve the car cosmetically if you wish, but remember that it's only original once! This car is truly f
(SOLD) Classic Showcase is in the process of restoring this E-Type to a show/driver level. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration, this XKE will be a great example to drive and enjoy!
(SOLD) This matching-numbers very collectible 1967 soft window Targa is a 2-owner Southern California car, and a very nice example of an early 911. It was restored some years ago and kept garaged and well maintained. The engine and engine bay are very nice, and the lid is finished with black hinges. Classic Showcase recently performed a cosmetic restoration that included a complete new interior done by their upholstery department in the proper materials, which included the seats, carpets and panels etc…. All the yellow and silver CAD items were replated in their proper finish. All the instruments were removed, cleaned and serviced. The sheet metal on the engine was disassembled, and restored, as well as the hardware was restored in the correct finish, the carbs were restored and rebuilt ad set up to operate properly. A major tune up done recently, as well as the valves adjusted. Features a period correct Blaupunkt AM/FM push button radio with Hirschman antennae, original door mirror, and fog lights. This original Targa is a wonderful Southern California car that is ready to be driven, shown and enjoyed. It is accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity documenting its auth
(SOLD) Elegant and luxurious, this Jaguar shows a patina that can only be had over time and careful preservation. Finished in a soft, medium gray hue, the paint and body have held up very well. While a restoration of the exterior might bring it to a higher standard, it is still attractive and acceptable. The interior compartment has been treated to new upholstery on the seats and door panels in a darker saddle material that is soft, comfortable and pleasing to the eye. The dash board and gauge set remain original to the car and the headliner also appears vintage. A full sliding moon roof is found above the driver’s area. An original Road Speed rim is found in the tidy and very original luggage compartment. The Dunlop spare tire is likely an original to the car as well. Owner’s manuals with prior owner information and maintenance books are also included with purchase of this grand automobile.
(SOLD) Classic Showcase paid extreme attention to detail during the restoration process of this incredible early example E-type, with no expense being spared. This rare, matching numbers, CA black plate E-Type comes with a Heritage Certificate, numerous NOS parts, is in a stunning color combination of bronze and red, includes flat floors, welded louvered bonnet, and is ready for the serious collector who wishes to show this magnificent example. The restoration of this vehicle to Show level included the following: the vehicle was stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. It has received a new triplex windshield and door glass. All mechanical systems and components have been gone through, restored, or replaced as needed. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt back to factory specifications, as well as the rear end and suspension. When the engine was re-built, we machined and calibrated with new pistons, oil pump, timing chain, bearings, valves, guides, seals, the head was completely rebuilt, rebuilt the carbur
(SOLD) The car is a wonderfully documented, 28,000 mile example which resided in one family's stewardship for 45 years. Purchased on December 24, 1963 by Dr. Henry N. Hillard as a Christmas gift for his wife, Ethel, the roadster remained with the Hillards for the rest of their lives. Jaguar Heritage documentation confirms Dr. Hillard as the original owner as well as verifying that the car retains all its original integrity, including numbers matching engine, as well as chassis, gearbox and body numbers. The livery was Opalescent Golden Sand with a tan interior and Sand top. Alongside its self evident originality, the car benefits from fabulous and rarely seen early documentation including its original Bill of Sale from Ladd Motors (where Dr Hillard traded in his 1962 Buick Convertible), registration records, Jaguar Manufacturers Warranty Card, Jaguar Periodic Maintenance Vouchers as well as the original tools. Running and driving this early 3.8 Litre 'E' represents a perfect automobile for inclusion in the growing number of preservation class events.
(SOLD) This very rare 1961 XKE convertible is number 110 in the early E-type production history. Although it was already in a good driving condition, Classic Showcase restored this XKE to a Show/ Driver level. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle was dissembled, interior was removed, and documented, the vehicle body worked, metal finished, fitted, leaded as needed, all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car, it was prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems have been gone through and restored and replaced as needed.. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic systems were serviced and the car received new rubber as needed. The britework was re-plated as needed. The car received new upholstery as needed, fitted in the correct materials by our upholstery department. Parts and components were restored in the proper colors and finishes. Attention to detail was given because of the importance of this early E-type. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. This Jaguar is an excellent example to drive, enjoy and compete in upcoming shows and also comes with a Heritage Certificate veri
(SOLD) A beautiful show winner! This car competed in numerous events held by the New England MG “T” Register, LTD. Winning many awards from Stowe, Vermont to Ottawa, Canada.
(SOLD) This 1967 911S SWB Coupe was acquired in 1986 from its first owner and had been in the loving care of its last owner for over 28 years. He loved the car and enjoyed driving it in the summer months with his lovely wife. In the winter of 1989 his twins were born so that summer he wasn't able to drive the car at all as the kids were very small and he did not have any occasion to take them for a ride yet. Year after year he wasn't able to drive the car due to the fact it had been sitting for a few years and he wanted to have a mechanic check it out before putting on the road again, and the closest Porsche mechanic was about 100 miles away. The Porsche spent most of the last 24 years in an enclosed, heated barn. Today this is an extremely rare and collectible Porsche that was completed on June 9, 1967. It came from the factory with Halogen fog lights, a Blaupunkt “New York” radio, loudspeakers, and antenna. This rare and collectible Porsche comes complete with the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and is a numbers matching car. It is one you will want to add to your collection and is able to be restored to your own wishes and desires.
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1965 Jaguar XKE OTS is Carmen Red/Black with a Black Cloth Stay Fast Top. It has the original 9,605 miles and is probably one of the lowest original mileages on any restored Jaguar in the World. This Jaguar also comes with the Heritage Certificate of Authenticity documenting the original color combination and showing that the numbers match. The car has been driven very little since the original restoration and is a great contender for JCNA showings. This car features an AM/FM Blaupunkt radio. At Classic Showcase we have performed a preservation restoration to a superb original car. The body was refitted as needed and the engine compartment was cleaned and painted, the carburetor domes were wet sanded and polished as well as the valve covers. A complete service was performed to include changing all fluids, new porcelain manifolds were installed as well as a heat shield and hoses. All systems were serviced and brought to proper specifications. The seat bases were restored and the seats were outfitted with new leather as well as the center console and radio console. In addition, the steering wheel was restored, the convertible top was refitted and 4 new 18
(SOLD) *This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, either done to our Show Driver or Show level. Please see our restoration page for further information on what they each entail. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be have all systems gone through, and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system will be restored and the car will receive all new rubber, and a new windshield. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new interior in the correct materials. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive, enjoy and compete in shows.
(SOLD) Resplendent in Polo Red, this example from 1965, Chassis 302474 is a matching numbers example, offered complete with its corresponding Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Purchased originally in 1965 by a United States serviceman while stationed in Germany, he brought the car back to the U.S. shortly thereafter. It ramined with the original owner until sometime early in the 1980’s where it was sold to the second owner, a lady in southern California. The 911 was in her care for the next 30 years where it remained in her garage in its original condition. The 3rd owner purchased the 911 in 2012 and had the Porsche re-sprayed in its original hue. A wonderful example of a truly important sports car, this early, short wheelbase Porsche 911 provides an opportunity worth serious consideration by any avid Porsche collector or discerning enthusiast. As one of the greatest pure driving machines ever produced in its iconic and most desirable early form, this 911 from 1965 will continue to provide ample evidence of the pure Porsche DNA that continues to infuse the current generation 911 models, some 50 years later. With fast rising collector focus on these early short wheelbase cars, th
(SOLD) This Mercedes-Benz has recently undergone a show driver level restoration. It is a very original and well-maintained vehicle.
(SOLD) Classic Showcase is scheduling the restoration to be of a Show/Driver level, however, depending on the date of purchase, we may be able to accommodate your build sheet and wish list to create the MGA of your dreams! This is a solid car that is showing surface rust in the photos, but there is no hole rust in the car. It had been sitting for 25 years and is 99% complete, and is not running. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion o
(SOLD) It’s not every day that you find a CA black plate original car with mostly original features and components. This matching numbers car has limited ownership and is a true survivor with lots of patina. It has always been cared for, garaged kept and serviced regularly. This wonderful e-type has its original seats, door panels, dash material, and dash top which are all in excellent condition. Since it has only been driven 105,732 miles, this car is as tight as it was in 1966. Then you add a fantastic original color combination of opalescent silver grey with a red interior, and you have one very striking car. One of the original features it retains is the original period correct push button radio that still works today. A few items have been added for the driving pleasure of the driver such as: headers, a stainless exhaust, an aluminum radiator with auxiliary fan, and bullet mirrors on both fenders of the bonnet. All the glass is original except for the windshield, but it is all in excellent condition. All the chrome is original and in good condition. This car comes with its tools and jack, and has great history. It has had a complete service performed by Classic Showcase just r
(SOLD) This 1971 MG B Roadster has undergone a comprehensive and fully documented restoration to a Show/ Driver level by Classic Showcase. It has been restored in a striking color combination of Olde English White with a cloth Black convertible top. It features the desirable chrome bumpers and factory overdrive, wire wheels, and has performance upgrades such as a gear reduction starter, electronic ignition, and a big brake kit with cross drilled and slotted rotors. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level has included the following: Fully disassembling the vehicle, Body stripped to bare metal, metal work the body, fit all body parts and chrome, seal, primer, paint base coat, clear coat, color sand and buff all body panels individually off the car to perfection. In addition, new rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, all trim and bright work will be replaced or re-plated. A new interior using correct and proper materials has been custom made, fit and installed. The engine and transmission have been completely rebuilt, as well as the carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, epoxy sealed, and new MG exhaust system fitted and installed. All mechanical components have been g
(SOLD) This rare and collectible Porsche 356 A coupe has recently benefitted from a restoration by Porsche specialists, Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA. With only 30,015 original miles on the odometer, this beauty is a very sought after example, with a numbers matching motor and transmission, it has been registered with the 356 registry, and it has the special Reutter Coachwork. During the restoration process, Classic Showcase disassembled and documented the vehicle, the body was stripped, it was body worked and fit, all parts were fit to the car in bare metal; it was primered, sealed, painted base coat/clear coat, all parts were painted off the car individually, then it was color sanded and buffed, and the systems were restored, or replaced, as needed. The sheet metal and the engine compartment have also been restored, as well as the undercarriage. Sound deadening was installed prior to having the interior fit by their master upholsters. The interior is trimmed in all the proper German materials and it even features the Porsche radio blanking plate. The bright work was replated as needed. This is a very nice example of a highly collectible model that was restored in a desirable
(SOLD) This beautiful, unmolested vehicle is superb, original condition and would be a great addition to any Jaguar enthusiast collection. It was meticulously maintained, garage kept and is a solid, California car with only 2 owners. The paint and interior is all original and in excellent condition. This car has matching numbers, original Jaguar radio with AM/FM, Cassette and a 6 CD ex-changer in the trunk. Brakes and suspension have been checked and functioning correctly. Engine and mechanical are also in excellent working order and could serve well as a daily driver, or continue to be a show car.
(SOLD) Here's your chance to own a well sorted and setup Cobra with less than 2000 miles on the clock that includes all of the upgrades you'd want in a high performance race car! This Cobra re-creation has been the subject of a recent no-expense-spared restoration. This roadster features a 408/456hp Keith Craft Racing engine with alumicated headers, side exhaust, 4 barrel carbs, polished engine accessories full instrumentation, and a battery cutoff switch. In addition, the Cobra includes racing belts, electronic ignition, alloy wheels (with 3 eared knockoffs) and a set of Goodyear Tires. With great attention to detail, this absolutely stunning Cobra build is ready to be driven, raced, and shown at your favorite Concours or racing event!
(SOLD) This beautiful Jaguar E-type was restored by Jaguar professionals and has been well sorted since the restoration. Numbers matching, with open headlight, this late Series 1.5 Roadster was built on March 29, 1968 and left the Browns Lane factory in Coventry just under a month later on the 24th of April where it was originally imported through Jaguar Cars of New York. It is finished in Old English white over black leather, and it comes with a black soft top. This 1968 Jaguar E-type has its original fitted, late 4.2 seats which feature adjustable back rests for your driving comfort, full instrumentation, fully synchronized transmission, and dual fans for increased cooling ability. This is the end of the small tail lights, parking lights and bumpers which kept the lines and beauty of the iconic Jaguar E-type. It is accompanied by receipts documenting thousands of dollars in regular maintenance, and it’s Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate. A recent service has been performed and it has been well sorted out so it is ready for your enjoyment.
(SOLD) AVO adjustable shocks were installed with custom springs lowering the car about 2". Ground clearance is still very good since the wheel size was increased to 15" over the original 14" design. Grade 8 bolts replaced all the original hardware making this chassis safe and structurally sound. The car originally came with rubber bumpers, but these were replaced with new chrome bumpers all around at a cost of $3,600. The vinyl interior was updated to all Connolly leather, and an AM/FM, 6 CD changer was added. The motor was totally rebuilt using parts from Burton Motors in England. A fast road cam was added, new pistons, and total seal rings. The original two-barrel carb was removed, and triple DCNF Webers and custom intake was added. This feature alone was $5,000! For reliability, a Petronix breakerless ignition was added along with an MSD. This car has a 50/50 front to rear weight bias. The handling is fantastic and the acceleration and speed are unbelievable. An estimated 246 HP is being provided by the motor. Custom header and ANSA exhaust give this car a rich, deep rumble. A custom aluminum radiator shroud and electric cooling fan prevent this car from ever overheating. You ca
(SOLD) This rare factory built 150S Roadster has received a comprehensive nut and bolt restoration to show driver level by Classic Showcase. Included in the restoration process: the vehicle was stripped to bare metal, metal finished, leaded, all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car, it was prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems have been gone through and the engine was rebuilt back to factory specifications, and an upgraded 5 speed manual transmission was added to improve the driving experience. The clutch system and hydraulic system were restored and the car received all new rubber, and a complete new wire loom. The radiator, gas tank, and door glass have been replaced, and the suspension and rear end have been restored; All of the brite work was re-plated. The car received a complete new proper tailored and fit interior in the correct materials, as well as a new top by the Classic Showcase upholstery department. It is in a beautiful color combination of an Old English White exterior, with a Biscuit interior and has been exceptionally cared for and serviced since restoration. A DVD of the restoration