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1993 CADILLAC ALLANTE CONVERTIBLE

1993 CADILLAC ALLANTE CONVERTIBLE

As one of America’s most expensive luxury cars at the time, the 1993 Cadillac Allante represents the height of the series. Produced from 1987 to 1993 and equipped with the then-new NorthStar V-8 engine, the beautiful Pininfarina-designed cars were America’s answer to the sports roadsters of Europe. Each limited production…

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1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Daniel Schmitt & Co.

1996 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 4S

Marking the end of the water-cooled era of Porsche 911, the 993-generation replaced the outgoing 964-generation in 1994 and remained in production through 1998. Boasting the wider bodywork of the Turbo with a naturally aspirated engine and four-wheel drive, the Carrera 4S hit a sweet spot with many enthusiasts, benefitting…

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1972 BMW 2002 Tii

 When introduced, the BMW 2002 became the company’s definitive automobile and its impact can still be felt today. Sitting near the top of the 2002 hierarchy is the 2002 Tii; produced from 1971-1975, differentiated by their Kugelfischer fuel-injection system, giving them a 30 BPH boost over their carbureted siblings….

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1964 1/2 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE

The magnificent 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible featured here is finished in stunning, factory-correct, color combination of Vintage Burgundy Metallic over white interior with a matching convertible top. This is an exceptional example of an extremely early Mustang Convertible with the desirable F-Code 260 V8 engine, along with automatic transmission,…

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1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible at Daniel Schmitt & Co.

1947 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CONVERTIBLE

The Lincoln Continental made its debut in 1940 and stemmed from Edsel Ford’s desire to build a high-class, stylish luxury model to compete with the finest marques of Europe. Designed by E.T. “Bob” Gregorie, the Continental shared many characteristics of the Lincoln-Zephyr including the legendary flathead V12 engine. Production temporarily…

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1998 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 2 CABRIOLET

This car is the true, worthy successor to the Porsche 964 with noticeable styling and technical novelties. The Porsche 993 is the grand slam of the 911 models built between 1993 and 1998. These Porsches are widely considered the most advanced and the last of the “True 911s”; since the…

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1968 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN NINE-PASSENGER WAGON

The magnificent Ford Country Sedan Nine-Passenger Wagon featured here is finished in gorgeous Seafoam Green with an impeccably kept beige interior. This exquisite motorcar has been meticulously maintained by a former Pan Am airline pilot and kept in a climate control garage, which would explain its incredible well-preserved condition; most…

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1962 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL TWO-SEAT COUPE PROTOTYPE

The magnificent 1962 Lincoln Continental Two-Seat Coupe featured here is finished in gorgeous Champagne Metallic over an exquisite, soft black leather interior and matching formal top. This incredible motorcar was commissioned by Lincoln as a prototype and coach built by famed Derham Body Co. This is one of only two…

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1990 JAGUAR XJ-S V12 CABRIOLET

 The Jaguar XJS is now recognized as a grand tourer that was ahead of its time. A capable, modern classic shocked traditional Jaguar buyers when it was launched in 1975. Benefitting from a smooth V12 engine and a 241 km/h top speed, technical advances and excellent rides were offered in…

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1986 MERCEDES-BENZ 560SEC CONVERTIBLE

The Mercedes-Benz W126 was a series of flagship vehicles produced between 1979 and 1991. Previously underappreciated, these cars are now increasingly regarded as the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz build quality. The imposing S-Class models are gaining respect and recognition among the classic car fraternity, and leading the pack is the range-topping…

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1965 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I 4.2 FIXED HEAD COUPE

A car Enzo Ferrari called “the most beautiful car ever made”, the Jaguar E-Type is considered by many to be one of the most gorgeous automobiles ever built. It took the automotive world by storm upon its unveiling at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show and still continues to turn heads…

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1957 CHEVROLET 210 SPORT SEDAN

Without a doubt one of the icons of 1950s collectibles. The Tri-Chevys of 1955 to 1957 offered something for everyone: two- and four-door sedans, hardtops, wagons, a snazzy convertible, and even a stylish and sporty two-door wagon called Nomad. From the entry-level 150 to the mid-pack 210 to the top-of-the-line…

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1956 JAGUAR XK140 MC 3.4 FIXED HEAD COUPE

The Jaguar XK120 created a sensation at the 1948 London Motor Show. It was low and lithe, with a curvaceous envelope body, and it had a newly designed dual-overhead-cam six-cylinder of 3,442 cubic centimeters. The model took its name from a May 1949 speed run by a production roadster on…

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1974 ROLLS-ROYCE CORNICHE CONVERTIBLE

Few cars on the road command such presence as that of a Rolls-Royce; with their graceful styling, luxurious ride, and opulent features. In 1971, Rolls-Royce released their newest model, the Corniche, displaying each of those attributes. Two-door creation, by Mulliner Park Ward based on the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. The Corniche…

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1969 SHELBY GT350 MUSTANG FASTBACK

The updated GT350 of 1969 introduced a number of stylistic and mechanical changes; and, like any good car, a touch of drama. The GT350’s new engine was a Windsor 351-cubic inch V-8, registering 290 brake horsepower. Cosmetic changes included a new grille, hood, side ducts to help cool the engine…

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1969 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE CABRIOLET

 Mercedes-Benz’s elegant Paul Bracq-designed W111 made its debut in 1959 and was produced in many variations through 1971. Among the most desirable variations were the two-door models—the 280 SE Cabriolet and Coupe—which were expensive, virtually hand-built automobiles in the great tradition of German craftsmanship. The acres of wood trim…

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1964 1/2 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE

The magnificent 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible featured here is finished in a highly desirable Vintage Burgundy over white original interior with a matching convertible top. This incredible motorcar was produced on the first day of sale on April 14, 1964. Beautifully restored including a complete engine rebuild less than…

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1986 FERRARI 328 GTS

Taking much of its design styling from the 308, the 328 exhibits several subtle differences from its predecessor, including body-color bumpers that are integral to the valence panels, a slightly smaller front grille, and a roof spoiler. Pininfarina’s designers also smoothed out the contours of the body’s shape to make…

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1993 Porsche 928 GTS

The final iteration of Porsche’s 928 model range, the GTS was introduced in 1992 and offered a 5.4-liter V-8, which produced 345 bhp, in addition to larger front brakes and updated bodywork. The 928 was among the most expensive new cars available when it hit the market for the 1993…

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1956 CONTINENTAL MARK II COUPE

The Continental Mark II debuted at the 1955 Paris Motor Show. Its fashion-forward lines fit in nicely with the European Marques also on display. First available for 1956, this incredible motorcar was the product of mostly hand-built construction utilizing only the finest materials available. The interior of these exclusive vehicles…

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