This is a real solid #3 1955 Cadillac Coupe DeVille that I purchased down in Vancouver,Washington. This one originally came from New Mexico. She has been cosmetically restored and the mechanics set for "turn the key".
This is one of my all time favorite Classic buys and mostly for the fact that you NEVER see a full sized van that has been garaged since day one by the original owner and with only 49k miles from birth....You just don't see that scenario....ever.
You will be so very hard pressed to find a Bel Air from 55-57 that are more incredible than this car. Built over a four year period by Gary Millican of Seattle, Washington, the car encompasses everything you would want in a "Modern Classic".
I purchased this from the son of the second owner and she is a very well preserved example. She has 46k on the odometer and am told that is correct. The original interior screams low miles and the the second owner had this car for 40 years and only put 15k miles on her before he passed years ago.
This 1953 Jag has been in the same family for over 30 years and as you can see, will need a total restoration. The good news about this project is she is 98% all there. She is solid with only very minor rust.
This is a very original 1961 Cadillac series 62 convertible that is very solid and I would consider a #3 car. She has details to be fine tuned but the overall integrity is very good and she has not been in a salt state....
This is a Texas car transplanted to Washington from the gentleman I purchased her from. She is a real GTX that was restored to a #2 plus car in 2000. I would consider her to be a good #2 with no rust and a very very straight biody that is all metal. MAGNETS LOVE THIS CAR!
COOL CAR ALERT! ...and if you get one with 107k miles with these colors, factory A/C and a drop top, then you are looking at the right one...because here it is! I just purchased this form the grand son of the original owner and she has been taken care of since she was new. She has not had a lot of drive time in the last 5 years but has been tuned and lubed and you can expect some trouble free driving.
This is one of those classics you could not get close to restoring to this condition even if you got one for free for the asking price. Having been a garage queen since she was bought new off the showroom in Colorado at the Kumpf Dealership, you can expect a solid car with zero history of rust or any major issues. You will not find many with this many options. She is loaded! I think she is a sun roof away from Fully loaded.
I bought this from a lady who had a mad husband...she spent too much money on this thing. That is a rare occurance in nature. It is 99% the other way around. This is a real solid 1979 Scout with 105k original miles and has spent time in California then here in Washington.
This is a pretty rare find in a true 1967 Pontiac Firebird Sprint Convertible that has gone through a cosmetic and mechanical restoration over the last few years which included paint, interior, top and the mechanics. The thought was to return her to her former glory where she was a daily driver type for most of her life.
First of all, this 1949 Cadillac is a fantastic example. You could not get close to the level of restoration for the money that is being asked. She went through a three year restoration and you will not find many 4 doors restored to this level.
This is a super clean 1973 F350 SUPER CAMPER SPECIAL XLT with only 63k miles and superb ownership over the last few decades that really preserved this truck and used it for summer vacation all around the North West. You will be hard pressed to find one as rust free and this one is and as functional.
This is a solid Northwest example and is a straight bodied car with 2 owners and lots of garage time. The car just had a professional tune up at a robust 1500$ 4 weeks ago and that made her go from "hmmmmm, I thought this had 225HP" to "Let's watch some Heart To Heart on youtube" She is still very strong at 115k on ODO and I would not be afraid to drive her anywhere.
This Pontiac is a real cool survivor....period. I bought it from the son of the original owner, who passed recently, along with his sweet '69 Grand Prix with only 83k miles. She is a very solid #3 car and is a good driver. She is a true 20k miles and it is very obvious.The paint is all original as is the interior. You won't find another one like this out there as I tried...and tried.
This is a real clean one owner GP that has just around 83k miles. I bought her from the son who was actually taken home from hospital in this car. True one owner Grand Prix. Lots of options too! No rust issues and a solid solid example.
This is a real cool 70's custom that has was completely gone through in the last 5 years with new paint, new 383 Stroker, new 4 speed trans and new interior along with brakes, tires, glass and door poppers.
This is a really solid 1967 Pontiac GTO that I purchased here in Washington from the second owners who had her for over 20 years. She is ROCK SOLID and has 122k original miles though her drive-train has been redone. She has her original 400 and BRAND NEW REBUILT 4 SPEED that is original too.
If you are watching the market, then you know original survivor type cars are the truth tight now are in demand by most collectors...this is one of those A SURVIVING '68 CHARGER! One that has spent its life in a rust free environment and one that exudes cool with its mild patina and some factory primer poking through in a few places.
This is a real clean and very nice driving 1973 Buick Riviera with around 6500 miles on a completely restored 455 in 2012. I have listed all the receipts so you can see the vast mounts of money that was spent on this car. She shines bright with nice paint, clean interior and a VERY VERY RUST FREE BODY!
This is a fun car period. Real clean lines, excellent body, and a lot of money spent to get her where she is now. Over 16k with the car and work done to motor, exhaust, brakes and numerous odds and ends.
This is a super duper rust free 1972 Riviera Boat tail that is just a real real fun driver. I feel you could take this car anywhere right now. I bought it from a gentleman that owned it for around 8 years and he claims he bought it from the original owner.
This is 100% a True Y82 "77 Pontiac Trans Am that my good friend found in a garage that he had been spying for years. This was purchased from the daughter of the original owner who worked at Boeing. The family owned this car until about 1998 and then sold it to a gentleman who just stored it away.
This is a real deal Ram Air III with matching numbers motor that has just around 5k miles since she was professinally rebuilt. The last owner had this car for over 20 years and she was a happy little garage queen. She is a very solid example and still has her super clean orignal interior. This car has been in the NW for at least 20 years and has avoided rusty conditions.