1959 CADILLAC DEVILLE
This numbers matching Cadillac was the 1st collector car purchased by Mark Jacobson. It is equipped with a 390 ci engine with a 4bbl carburetor, Hydramatic
transmission, coil spring front suspension, power steering, hydraulic power brakes, power windows, power seat, factory air conditioning and much
GRACE, STYLE AND TIMELESS ELEGANCE
1947 CADILLAC SERIES 62
This 1947 Cadillac Series 62 has been professionally restored and is in immaculate
condition throughout. Rare features include power steering, hydramatic transmission,
backup lights, exterior visor, mirror, radio and heater.
1942 PACKARD ‘180’ CLIPPER
This 1942 Packard is one of only two remaining and has just 77,141 actual miles.
It is the earliest example to survive and has earned “Premier Senior Winner” First
Prize at the CCCA National Competition.
1961 LINCOLN CONVERTIBLE
This Lincoln was one family owned for many years and is an extremely rare model
with the suicide doors and factory air.
1985 ROLLS ROYCE CORNICHE
This Rolls Royce Corniche is an unrestored original that still drives like new. It has
all popular options and leather interior.
1960 CADILLAC SERIES 60
This two owner car is highly original including the paint. It is well equipped with the 390 cid V8 engine, single four barrel carburetor, hydra-matic four speed automatic
transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Other features are Wonderbar signal-seeking AM
radio with power antenna, six-way power adjustable front seat and power windows. This stylish Cadillac is a highly compelling choice.