Summer Is Coming!

Now is the time to start thinking about what you’re going to be driving this summer.
With a vast array of events, from shows to tours to local cruise nights, not having a collector car is like going to the ballpark without a glove. And no matter what your style, Vintage Motor Cars has something that’s sure to appeal to you, ranging from early brass cars, to Full Classics, to powerful late-models.

Our 1931 Marmon Sixteen Convertible Coupe is breathtaking. Known as the “Hamilton” car, it has a wonderful and complete history dating back to the very first owner, and has received a comprehensive frame-off restoration to the highest standards. In fact, on its very first outing, it achieved a perfect 100-point score in CCCA national competition. Marmons have typically been under-valued compared to their peers, but most experts don’t expect that to remain the case for much longer. This is a truly rare opportunity.

We’re always in search of more great cars, and we invite you to take a look at our Sold Inventory, which will tell you just how successful our programs are at finding new owners for cherished collectables. In the last six months, we’ve delivered cars around the world, from Australia to Austria and from Dallas to Dayton. And the one thing our buyers always tell us is that the cars are always exactly as represented. If you have a car that’s looking for a new home, please consider Vintage Motor Cars. We love our work, we love the cars, and we can do it better than anyone else in the business for a lot less than you’d expect. Please give us a call today!

Happy motoring!

 

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