Vintage Era (1919-1930) Classic Cars on Classic Cars Log

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In this Vintage period, the cars built became closed as opposed open for drivers and passengers. Multi-valve engines, v8, v12, v16 became available for high end cars.

The famous ones are Autin 7, Ford Model A (Vintage), Bugatti, Lancia, etc.


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1929 Mercedes-Benz Model SSK  Gazelle Replica
Sold at: $4,150
2,448 miles
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1928 Other Makes  1928 Reo Flying Cloud stock rat rod custom
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1926 Other Makes  1926 Cadillac 2 passenger opera coupe golf club door. Very rare barn find.
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1929 Mercedes-Benz Gazelle  mercedes gazelle kit car/No Reserve
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1922 Ford Model T  1922 Model T Roadster








1922 Ford Model T 1922 Model T Roadster
Champlin, Minnesota

Fixed Price $9,895.00

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1d 16h 14m

mrmodelt45
(52, 100.0%)


1922 Ford Model T Restored,ready to tour. NiceBuyer pays for all shipping costs.






1929 LaSalle G80 Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton 1929 LaSalle Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton


VIN: 407340






1929 LaSalle G80 Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton 1929 LaSalle Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton
Saint Louis, Missouri

Fixed Price $109,900.00

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1d 16h 25m

stlouiscarmuseum
(318, 100.0%)


1929 LaSalle Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton Beautifully restored Series 328 4-Passenger Phaeton! Gorgeous color combination of Calais Blue and Galahad Gray! Professionally restored by John Stinger and recipient of several AACA awards! CCCA Full Classic! In the preceding days leading up the Great Depression, Cadillac Motor Company was introducing several new innovations to their line-up. With Cadillac’s popular LaSalle marque not left out, these elegant cars now had the cowl lamps relocated to the front fenders giving off a much more prestigious look. Mechanically, improvements included a four wheel braking system, a smoother easier shifting transmission, double-acting Delco hydraulic shock suspension, fully adjustable front seat, and shatter-proof Safety-Plate glass. Under the hood for the LaSalle in 1929 was a 328ci L-head V8 engine, hence the Series 328 name was given. We are very excited to offer this 1929 LaSalle Series 328 4-passenger Phaeton finished in factory code correct Calais ...






1924 Auto Red Bug G80 703 Electric Buckboard 1924 Auto Red Bug 703 Electric Buckboard *$188 PER MONTH*


VIN: 603






1924 Auto Red Bug G80 703 Electric Buckboard 1924 Auto Red Bug 703 Electric Buckboard *$188 PER MONTH*
Saint Louis, Missouri

Fixed Price $16,900.00

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1d 16h 29m

stlouiscarmuseum
(318, 100.0%)


1924 Auto Red Bug                             The Auto Red Bug automobiles were amongst the first “micro cars” built in America. The earliest models were called the “Flyer” and made by the A.O. Smith Company. After building them for a few years, the Smith Company sold the rights to Briggs & Stratton. Briggs & Stratton built the small wood vehicles until 1924 when they sold the designs and patents to the Automotive Electric Service Corporation of New Jersey. Red Bugs were sold in the US, UK and France mostly as a novelty for the wealthy but also for transportation within resorts and amusement parks. At 300.00, they were priced about the same as a new, Model T Ford. This 1924 example was one of the first examples built by the Automotive Electric Service Corporation of North Bergen, New Jersey. From 1924 until 1928, the company offered the Red Bug with either a small, single cylinder, gasoline- engine or an electric motor. This example is powered by a 12-volt electric motor, which was basically ...






1924 Ford Model T  Model T Ford 2Dr. Sedan, body off restored








1924 Ford Model T Model T Ford 2Dr. Sedan, body off restored
Lombard, Illinois

Fixed Price $12,500.00

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1d 16h 56m

cadolac
(403, 100.0%)


96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 1924 Model T two door sedan. Body off restored. Mag works, bands are tight. The only problem I have had is the float sticks at times when not driven for a while. The carburetor should be taken apart and cleaned. This car is as nice underneath as on top. License plates do not go with car. Sold as is where is. Payment in full due within 7 days of auction end by bank transfer. Make your inspections and ask your questions before you bid. I can be reached by e-mail or call 630-542-0031. Shipping is buyer’s responsibility, but I will help arrange.






1929 Packard Model 633 Club Sedan Packard 1929 Club Sedan  Model 633


VIN: 256563






1929 Packard Model 633 Club Sedan Packard 1929 Club Sedan Model 633
Alexandria, Virginia

Auction $37,500.00

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1d 17h 17m

vanfax
(158, 100.0%)


Packard 1929 Club Sedan For sale Very nice Packard Club Sedan Nicely restore run and drive very well, very dependable and complete. All Rear trunk hardware (not in the picture included).this vehicle as receive a complete mechanical overhaul and it going out on regular basis, tune up recently done with new original parts. Come with trippe lights and Adonis hood ornament, excellent interior condition. Contact Joe for more info 703-675-1370






1930 Ford Model A Deuce Roadster 1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster


VIN: DR194044MO






1930 Ford Model A Deuce Roadster 1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster
Saint Louis, Missouri

Fixed Price $99,900.00

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1d 17h 18m

stlouiscarmuseum
(318, 100.0%)


1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster 1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster built by the Stirnemann brothers of St. Louis. It’s powered by a ’49 Merc flathead backed to a C4 trans and rolls on ET-II knockoff wheels. This car was one of 13 Hot Rods selected for the 2016 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster competition. At first glance, some may mistake Jack Stirnemann’s Model A for a ’32 Ford roadster. That’s because he and his brother Harry outfitted the roadster with a wealth of Deuce parts from the frame rails and front fenders to the grille shell and cowl vent. This car was one of 13 Hot Rods selected for the 2016 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster competition. It has been featured in Rodder’s Journal Calendar, Street Scene Magazine and other numerous publications. The body and chassis are beautifully finished in Aston Martin Warwick Blue. Body: Original steel 1930 Ford Model A roadster body that has been channeled 2” over an original 1932 Ford frame that has been pinched in at the firewall and reworked ...






1929 Ford Model A  1929 Ford Model A Sedan Hot Rod








1929 Ford Model A 1929 Ford Model A Sedan Hot Rod
Chandler, Arizona

Fixed Price $18,500.00

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1d 17h 41m

nova_chris
(90, 100.0%)


1929 Ford Model A Sedan.The Sedan has been Chopped & Channeled over a Model A Frame.The Frame has been Z'd front & Rear to lower the stance of the body on the frame.Dropped Axel with Disk brakesBuilt 350 Small Block with 350 Transmission & Ford 9" Rear end.Paint is a week old. The green is a stock Ford color from the '60's Mustangs.New Interior: Seats, carpet, & headliner.No side glass. Runs & drives very well. Get in and cruise. Nationwide & Worldwide shipping available.






1930 Ford Model A  FORD RAT ROD TURN HEADS UNIQUE CUSTOM FABRICATED


VIN: 2322325






1930 Ford Model A FORD RAT ROD TURN HEADS UNIQUE CUSTOM FABRICATED
Nelson, Nebraska

Auction $8,000.00 (54)

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1d 18h 35m

bobbybardon1982
(380, 100.0%)


Fresh build 4 link rear Loud and Low gets compliments and looks every time she pulls out of the shop. Cash is king but I will take trade on a crew cab truck of equal value, and possibly partial trade and cash on truck of a lesser value. Let me know if youd like more photos 402-256-1830 On Dec-13-17 at 06:38:35 PST, seller added the following information: Titled as a 1930 orig frame Runs and drives great selling locally for $39,995 Auction is being held with no reserve High bidder Wins this beauty. I reserve the right to end auction at any point as vehicle is being sold locally.






1925 Cadillac Series 63 Victoria Coupe 1925 Cadillac V-63 Victoria Coupe


VIN: 63M-1547






1925 Cadillac Series 63 Victoria Coupe 1925 Cadillac V-63 Victoria Coupe
Leawood, Kansas

Fixed Price $29,500.00

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1d 18h 36m

tophatter
(1,141, 100.0%)


Original car with original interior. Car runs & drives well. Uses some oil. Have new complete overhaul gasket set with extra head gaskets, extras headlight lens & misc parts. New tires, tubes & liners. Have under engine dust pan. Please contact me with any questions






1930 Cadillac Fleetwood LaSalle Rumble Seat Roadster 1930 Cadillac LaSalle Fleetwood Rumble Seat Roadster


VIN: 606555






1930 Cadillac Fleetwood LaSalle Rumble Seat Roadster 1930 Cadillac LaSalle Fleetwood Rumble Seat Roadster
Saint Louis, Missouri

Fixed Price $89,900.00

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1d 19h 29m

stlouiscarmuseum
(318, 100.0%)


1930 Cadillac LaSalle Fleetwood Rumble Seat Roadster The LaSalle, Cadillac’s famous companion car, was named after the French adventurer who explored the Mississippi River Valley in 1682. The LaSalle was introduced by General Motors in 1927 and was the vehicle that was responsible for the creation of the new Art and Style Department. This new department was headed by a young Harley Earl, who would later become one of the most respected figures in automotive design. Earl’s designs for the new LaSalle were inspired by the European built Hispano Suiza, which was one of the best looking vehicles during the 1920s. The new LaSalle was built on a shorter chassis and used a smaller V-8 engine than the Cadillac. The LaSalle was designed to bridge the gap between the Buick and the Cadillac, although it more resembled the Cadillac than the Buick. The 1930 model year saw the LaSalle being offered in sixteen body styles. Nine body styles built by Fleetwood and the remainder built by Fisher. All of ...



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