Tag Archive: convertible

Feb 17

1953 Buick Skylark


One of Buick’s most beautiful creations the 1953 Skylark celebrated the makers 50th anniversary. This particular car was originally purchased by the St. Louis Cardinals left fielder Enos Slaughter while he was in spring training in St. Petersburg, FL. The car received a complete body off restoration down to the factory crayon numbers on the …

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Feb 15

1958 Buick Limited


The year of excess for all auto makers, Buick pushed the envelope with the Limited. A nine inch stretch in the trunk area made it long and low. This particular car came to us on its way home from an attempted restoration job. Incomplete, with boxes of parts, we began by starting over from the …

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Feb 15

1963 Ford Falcon Sprint V8


This Sprint was an excellent low mileage car to start with. It has a 260 V8 and automatic with bucket seats, console, and factory tachometer. Antique Auto Club of America (AACA) 1st Place Senior Award –Hershey National Meet, Hershey, Pa 1st Place Grand National •-Montoursville, Pa 1st Place Senior Grand National- New Bern, NC AACA …

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Feb 10

1963 Corvette Roadster

  This 63 Roadster has great mechanical attributes but lacked the quality body fit and finish the owner knew the car deserved. It was agreed that a complete re-body was what would offer the best bang for the buck. Providing improved body gaps and lines, removing the wheel fender flares as well as the friendly …

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