1938 Packard 1605 Super Eight convertible Sedan
Step back in time while driving a 1938 Packard 1605 Super Eight convertible Sedan. No matter if you are car a fanatic or not, this car lives up to its legendary name that is classic, luxurious and great quality. This beautiful, French blue automobile stands out with its stunning bold and classic look of its time. The convertible top on this mammoth 139-inch wheelbase car is sporting yet a convenient addition to this stylish automobile. Continue reading
1932 Studebaker President from Vintage Motor Cars donated by South Bend collector to the Studebaker Museum
The story of the rare 1932 Studebaker that was purchased from Vintage Motor Cars and was donated to the Studebaker Museum in South Bend was featured in USA Today!
The new home of the Studebaker is sparking a lot of excitement to car lovers alike. In the article titled ‘Studebaker museum finds car of its dreams’ in USA Today, the museum archivist, Andrew Beckman, said “it is one of five or six still in existence.” This classic 32′ Studebaker will now be able to sit among other historical gems of its kind.
Check out the full article at www.usatoday.com
1948 Packard Custom 8 Convertible Victoria
Sitting right before us glistening in the sun we have a 1948 Packard Custom 8 Convertible Victoria. This Custom star attraction is a top-of-the-line model that is big, powerful, spacious and truly modern in every way. The Custom delivers full-sized luxury that has to be experienced to be understood. It includes every innovation of the day, including hydraulic power assist for the windows, seat and convertible top. The big 356 cubic inch straight-eight was stand equipment, and moves the big convertible effortlessly with that characteristic smoothness that only Packard seems to deliver.
’32 Studebaker President from Vintage Motor Cars donated by South Bend collector
South Bend, Ind. — It had been on The Studebaker National Museum’s “wish list” for years. So when Charlie Hayes spotted an ad for the fully restored 1932 Studebaker President St. Regis Brougham, he contacted Vintage Motor Cars in Cleveland immediately.
Today, the extraordinary classic automobile is proudly displayed in the museum’s main level gallery, thanks to Hayes’ generous donation. A classic car collector and enthusiast who serves on the museum’s Board of Trustees, Sound Bend businessman Hayes knew this particular vehicle was something special the moment he saw it.
“Thanks to the 317 cubic inch V8’s horsepower, tidy proportions, and exceptional build quality, these cars were also formidable performers in the grueling Carrara-Panamericana road race in Mexico.”
Vintage Motors has recently added a 1954 Lincoln Capri to its listing of antique automobiles. Imagine driving a restored 1954 Lincoln Capri, 4-speed automatic engine, 15-inch steel wheels, chrome trim all around, with a finished regent black, premier yellow exterior and a complimenting original interior.