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Cars for Sale

We always have a unique selection of collectible cars for sale. Why not take a look?

1917 Cadillac Model 55 Phaeton 

This car has an almost unbelievable story to tell. It was purchased new in Cayuga, Ontario and that owner kept the car until 1951, sold it almost next door to a family in Caledonia, Ontario, and that family had the car until I acquired it. We have all the names and a build sheet from Cadillac. It has its original owners manual in the LF door, the original Cadillac script jack, its roll up tool kit, the hubcap wrench, wheel wrench and crank are still with the car. It has just over 20,000 actual miles.  It was stored away in a container in 1959. It has had one paint job and the roof replaced in its 100 year lifetime. The old V8 started right up. The car has its original dual exhaust system and the original selling dealer's (Hyslop Bros. Toronto) dealer tag still on the car. We have local Mennonites replace the leather in the two bottom seat cushions, perfectly matching the original leather seat backs which are in remarkable original condition. Besides all this local history, these Cadillacs have their own war time story to tell as they were the favourite car of all the allies. WWI was basically being fought with horses and mules, and they wanted reconnaissance vehicles, ambulances, and staff cars. After testing all the vehicles makes of this period, Cadillac was their outstanding choice.

1936 Chrysler Airflow C9 

Fantastic original rust-free body. Sits nice and
level. Starts at a touch of a button.
Only 1590 produced. 123" wheelbase. 4102 lbs.
155 hp 323.5 L-Head Straight Eight Engine
3 Speed Standard with Overdrive
Brakes redone, Carburetor and fuel tank cleaned
4 new Universal whitewall tires. Electric fuel pump installed.
All good glass. Center rear armrest.
Acceptable replacement interior in pleated black vinyl
Wrinkling of the dash finish. Mostly original exterior paint is full of flaws.
Enjoy as-is, or would make the most perfect rust-free example for a restoration.
What an incredible opportunity to own an AirFlow!
Airflows have been skyrocketing in value. Here’s your chance to get in on the ground floor!

1928 Cadillac Sport Phaeton 

This car was a first place winner at Amelia Island some years ago. It has been maintained to that same level of showmanship.

This was the first year of Harley Earl redesigning the Cadillac, and what a job he did -- lengthening, lowering, and sculpting the car. Everyone who looks at this car thinks its a 1930s model. It has the wonderful "gangster" look to it with its low sloping forward roofline.

All the options you see on the car were standard on the Sport Phaeton. The truck contains all the side curtains and attachments, plus all the roof support pieces. 

When you buy this car, what do you need to do to it? The answer is nothing except sit back in a chair next to it and admire its beauty and gorgeous color scheme. 

1947 Studebaker Commander Convertible

Ever see another one? This car was fully restored by the Shrock Bros. in Pennsylvania who are acknowledged as the best Studebaker restorers there are. Just after restoration it won first place Chocolate Town award at Hershey, PA. This is their highest award possible to win. All NOS parts were used in the restoration and the car drives even better than in looks. It has a radio, 3 speed manual with overdrive transmission and nice power comes from its 6 cylinder engine. The power roof is Haartz cloth and has the wonderful divided glass rear window. Car has outstanding original red leather seats. Studebaker leapt ahead of all its competitors being the first to bring out an all-new car following WWII. If you want one of the most desirable Studebakers possible to own - Buy this one! 

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1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible

42000 actual miles. Rare Sweepspear style. A remarkable car that we use and drive more than any of our collector cars. It is so dependable and powerful, you could head out anywhere and get there safely and in total comfort. Car wins in any show its entered into. 

1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible

You do not see many convertible Plymouths in this era, making them highly desirous today.This particular example hailed from Arizona and has had a total body-off restoration.

The chrome and stainless trim, convertible top and boot are all in excellent condition. The seats and door pads equally so. The Mexico Red paint with beige top and the interior matching makes this car a standout. Equipped with a radio, clock, overdrive transmission, genuine wire wheels, dual spotlamps and bumperette package.

1952 Chevrolet Belair 2 door hardtop

The Belair hardtop line debuted in 1950 and was an instant success. After all, when you have a totally dependable car and make it a top style model, Chevy was sure to have a winner.

This beautiful car was sold new in California. Later in its life there, as gentleman established a Belair museum and this was the first of 18 Belairs to go into the meseum as show pieces.
Over $40,000 was spent at that time to make this restoration a show-stopper. Its stunning Bittersweet Orange bottom colour, topped with a Beach White roof makes you just step back to look and lust over it. Matching colours, done just like the factory compliment the interior. The headliner with all its chrome strips is magnificent.Top it off with a powerglide automatic transmission, pin striped wheels, front & rear bumper overlays, Custom radio, chrome splash shields, clock, etc.. and the rarest of all accessories: a coolant water filter under the hood (genuine GM accessory for that year and extremely rare).

Weight: 3215lbs
Engine: 235 cu in, 105hp
Wheelbase: 115"
Length: 198"
Production: 74634

1956 Ford Country Sedan

The most amazing wagon you will ever find. 43000 miles and original paint in excellent condition. A fantastic looking California car that could be parked in any showroom. The all original chrome and trim is remarkable.
Rare 8 passenger model. The side trim on these cars were wide side mouldings for the 8 passenger, and if a 6 passenger the trim was quite narrow.
This has a powerful Thunderbird V8 engine mated to a 3 speed standard transmission. Custom radio, spotlamp, dual mirrors, and full wheelcovers round out the options. The coral paint and patterned Buckskin interior combination is stunning.

Here is the story on this car as told tome by Chris, the owner of Sarasota Collector Cars:
The car was purchased new by Murry Wilson, father of the Beach Boys. The car was used by Brian and his brothers in on of their films as well. I have no proof of these statements at this time, but they all make sense as the car was put in a California museum in 1971 and sat there for over 30 years on display. 
Eventually that museum was closed and the car was purchased by Grants Classic Car Museum in Loch Haven, Pennsylvania. It remained on display there until 2017, when they auctioned off all their vehicles in an invitation-only event.
Sarasota Collector Cars of Sarasota, Florida purchased the car, and I bought it from them and brought it to Canada in April of 2018.

Weight: 3629lbs
Length: 197.6"
Wheelbase: 115.5"
Engine: 292 Thunderbird V8 - 202HP
Transmission: 3 speed standard
Production: 85374

A sure fire blue chip investment vehicle for someone.

1959 Buick Electra 225 4-door Hardtop

Wow - the 225 part of its model name means 225.4" long - what a car! And just look at that famous "flattop" roof design with its wraparound rear window!

One year only colour, Lido Lavender, just stops people in their tracks. Florida car, equipped with factory air conditioning (working), power seat, power windows, power aerial, refurbished radio, black interior professionally restored to factory specs. All the chrome, stainless trim, and beautiful wheel covers, etc, are in excellent condition. 

Despite its size, the car is so nimble and easy to drive, and very powerful.

If you like ornamentation, this is the car for you. Check out the hood and deck emblems, the lower side trim, and so on. Talk about style! No wonder  GM came up with all new names to describe its Buick models for 1959. 

Weight: 4632lbs
Length: 225.4"
Wheelbase: 126.3"
Engine: 401 V8, 325hp
Transmission: triple turbine
Production: 6324
Colour: Lido Lavender

1959 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible

California car with 69000 actual miles. Full power equipment. Original paint, original convertible roof. Interior panels and dash are original. Seats were redone because of leather cracking. They were professionally done by RM in Chatham, Ontario at a cost of $17,000. Absolutely beautiful and done to original style and appearance. Radial whitewalls. Everything works including foot control radio, power antenna, etc. Under the hood is clean and original.

This is the most perfect driving Cadillac you could ever wish for. People stand and stare with their mouth open when they see not only the condition, but that wonderful set of fins. The first question always is: "How long is it?" (Answer: 18' 9")  

You can buy this car and drive it home to anywhere in North America, it works that perfectly!

2009 Cadillac Platinum Edition XLR Sports Roadster

This is a Canadian car and because of price, only eight 2009 Platinum Editions were sold in Canada and just two of those in black. This is one of them. It has just over 28000 actual KM. It has head up display, CD, XM radio, adaptive cruise control, chrome wheels and every other Caddy item you can think of.  It has all new Michelin tires which made an unbelievable difference to the ride and handling. You can have your everyday Corvette. When you drive this baby, lower and raise the Hardtop roof -- people just look and stare in awe at this car. Plus you have those great wider, more comfortable seats and outstanding Cadillac Style! Very rare car - don't delay if interested.