1916 Model T Ford Pie Wagon- $12,500- Ready to run. Nice driver
1921 Model T Center Door- Older restoration of a nice original car. Coming soon - check back for pictures and availability
1925 Model T Coupe- All original, barn find, that runs and drives like new. The hit of any car show. Coming soon-check back for pictures and availability
1927 Ford T-Bucket-$18,500- '27 Ford Body, Henry Steel, 32 Grill shell, 358 Ford Race Motor, automatic transmission, independent rear suspension, 50's build in CA. Fast and fun.
1928 Franklin Series 12 Duel Cowl Phaeton-$25,000-Needs to have brakes fixed and ready to go
1930 Ford Model A Coupe Stock Car-$8,500-Ready for vintage track days
1956 Chevy 4-Door Sedan- $4,000. Rock solid from Arizona. Brand new tires and wheels, and has a 358 Chevy Race engine and 3 speed automatic transmission. Great patina. Needs interior, and engine and transmission hooked up. A fun 4 door sedan.
1978 Corvette Pace Car- $35,000. L82, automatic, original condition with 41,000 miles. Purchased from original owner. Runs great, everything works, and a true time capsule.
1986 Camaro-$15,000. Resto-mod with digital dash, later model Corvette Engine, leather seats, and lots of nice period correct accessories. If not sold by April 4, will be at RM Auction in Auburn in May
1996 Dale Earnhardt Sr NASCAR-$35,000- No engine or transmission but a great show car as it sits
1997 Jeff Gordon Rainbow Warrior NASCAR -$25,000-No engine or transmission, and could use restoration
1999 Berger Chevy Camaro- $25,000- Gun metal gray, black leather interior, LS1 Corvette Engine, dual exhaust, 6 speed manual, race disc brakes on all 4 wheels. Fast and very loud. Special made in 1999. 1 of 200 produced.
2008 Ford Mustang GT Convertible- $8,500-Burgendy with tan top, tan leather interior, 6 speed manual transmission. Drives and runs like new, everything works, cold A/C.
2012 Danica Patrick Eldora Dirt Car-$25,000-Documented car from Prelude to Dream Race
2017 ARCA Steel Bodied Dodge Race Car - $5,500- Car was wrecked at Pocono in 2017 June practice. It has a good R5 Dodge dry sump race engine with 250 miles on it, a certified seat and fuel cell good for 2 additional seasons, gages in dash, brakes, most of running gear, window net, wiring harness, springs, rear end housing, new coils, all sheet metal except for nose, hood, and front fenders, plus other misc. parts. No transmission, no rear end, no lead, no axles, no shocks, no radios, no fire bottles. Steel cars can still be used at all tracks on remaining ARCA schedule in 2018 except for Talladega. If you have the nose, this is a great way to get into the ARCA series.