Taking it Back to the Classics Featuring Some of the Most Timeless Vehicles
The 1957 Corvette
1. Arctic blue over silver exterior and orange/red interior
2. All original matching number parts
3. Three-speed manual
4. All fiberglass body
5. The first American car to have 283 horsepower with a 283-cubic-inch engine
This 1957 Corvette is one of four made in the arctic blue over silver exterior with the orange/red interior color scheme and was the first fuel-injected auto delivered to the West Coast. In addition, this vehicle was also the very first American car to have 283 horsepower with a 283-cubic-inch engine. The three-speed manual has an all fiberglass body, with all original matching number parts. When delivered to the Chevrolet dealership in Renton, Washington, it was so newsworthy that an article was written about the vehicle for the local newspaper. The original owner raced the car on the local circuit and was featured at the Le May Auto Museum in a retrospective show of Corvettes.
1956 Jaguar XK140 Drophead Coupe
1. Cotswold blue with dark tan interior
2. Chrome wire wheels
3. All original 1956 factory parts
4. Top speed of 140 mph
5. Complete with a matching luggage set
Completely restored in 2013, the 1956 Jaguar coupe had only one owner prior to the current owners. Due to the popularity of Jaguars with American GI’s after WWII, this car was made by Jaguar to appeal to the American market and is credited with helping to establish Jaguar as a successful brand in the U.S. Topping out at 140 mph, some of this coupe’s greatest features include its Cotswold blue exterior, dark tan interior, chrome wire wheels and a complete matching luggage set.
The 1967 Series 1 Jaguar XKE Convertible
1. Carmen red exterior with tan interior
2. Covered headlights
3. Chrome wire wheels
4. Toggle switches
5. 4.1 series engine four-speed manual
This 1967 Jaguar’s striking Carmen red exterior with smooth tan interior contains a 4.1 series engine with a four-speed manual. Some of the car’s notable features include toggle switches, shiny chrome wire wheels and covered headlights. Prior to the current owners, this vehicle, nicknamed “Lucky,” was won in a poker game—the winner had four kings to the loser’s four queens—in lieu of cash.