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This 1955 Ford Thunderbird was completely refurbished in the late 1980s and is finished in beautiful black lacquer with re-plated chrome moldings and bumpers. Everything shines with a better-than-factory luster and the paint displays the lines of the car well. This car has the original fiberglass auxiliary hardtop, but still retains the black fabric folding top and a black vinyl snap-in tonneau cover. This car is also equipped with skirted rear fenders in chrome, forward raked headlamp guards, push-button door handles, and front and rear bullet-style bumper guards with an amazing sounding dual exit exhaust. One aftermarket item on this car is the so-called Continental Kit, which mounts the spare tire on elongated rear bumper extensions. This was well installed so it is easily reversible depending on taste. The interior was entirely refinished in “Code A” black and white vinyl in the correct pattern and high-quality cut and sew. The interior features a two-person manual bench seat, original nylon loop carpeting, a 17-inch plastic and chrome telescoping steering wheel, the original Town & Country AM radio, and a heater/defroster.

This Thunderbird is fitted with its original OHV special 90-degree V8 providing 292 Cubic Inches of displacement and 192BHP. It is inducted by a 4-bbl Holley carburetor with a chrome-plated oil-bath air cleaner. The engine is coupled by a 3 speed manual with an automatic planetary 4th-speed overdrive gear with a separate t-handle control. Following this is a Hotchkiss drive shaft spinning a 3.92 hypoid differential. This first-gen bird is an excellent, rust-free, meticulously refurbished and maintained example that any collector would be proud to own.


Price: SOLD
1961 Ford Thunderbird V8 Hardtop - ORIGINAL car with 9763 actual miles. Records show that this car was purchased new locally, and was kept by the original owner until his passing in 2009. It stayed with a couple local collectors after being purchased out of the estate and was traded directly to us. The original owner's name is engraved on the driver's door plaque. Original sticker, keys, and even includes the factory leather pouch with the spare keys.

Factory options as listed on the window sticker:

Corinthian White

800X14 4 Ply Ray.WSW

Power Lift Windows

Power Driver Seat

Magicaire Heater

Push Button Radio

Tinted Glass

Windshield Washer

70 Amp Battery

Fender Shields

This car has aged better than Chuck Norris and has certainly seen less miles. A true Preservation Class car - original paint, upholstery, absolutely 100% as it left the factory and in IMPECCABLE condition. www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD

Just in! 1988 Ford Thunderbird turbo coupe with a manual transmission! This vehicle has 88k original miles with only 2 owners and a clean Carfax. This Thunderbird has been very well taken care of and has minor upgrades. The performance upgrades include cams, cold air intake, and exhaust. The interior has upgraded speakers and head unit. The original speakers and head unit are included in sale. Car is very well documented and comes with a large file of receipts.

The car has had a repaint to the original color in the early 2000’s, the paint looks fantastic. The interior is all original and in great shape for the age with no major wear. These cars are getting hard to find in this condition!

Price: SOLD

Just in! 2003 Honda S2000 finished in Spa Yellow Pearl with only 50k miles. This is the final year of the high revving Honda S2000 AP1. The Carfax shows 3 owners but this car only has 2. The second owner bought the car in 2004 with 5k miles from his close friend who bought it new. In 2020 the title was transferred within the family showing the 3rd owner but the car was still in the 2nd owner's possession. In short, this car has had the same owner since 2004 and 5k miles.

The exterior and interior are in great condition. The minor imperfections are the steering wheel has a light wear mark from entering and exiting the car and the rims have some clear coat peeling. This car was in Virginia 95% of its life and has no rust.

This S2000 runs and drives great! It was just serviced with an oil change, new tires, and brake pads installed. The Carfax is clean with no accidents. This S2000 comes with 2 keys, 2 key fobs, books and manuals, and a tonneau cover.

Price: SOLD
2004 Honda S2000 - White with Tan interior. Excellent condition, 2-owner car with no paintwork, no accidents, and no stories. We took the car in on trade from one of our clients, who purchased the car in 2010 from the original owner. It has been maintained regularly. Great, reliable, fun toy for the summer! www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD
2004 Honda S2000 - one-owner car, locally owned and purchased directly from the original owner. Bone stock with the addition of a front OEM spoiler, aftermarket shifter knob, and Alpine head unit with Ipod integration (stock head unit available). No accidents, no paintwork, non-smoker, never driven in winter, just a clean car. Original tires - rears are due for replacement. www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD

2005 Honda S2000 with just under 119k miles. This S2K is finished in red over black leather and is powered by a 2.2-liter F22C VTEC inline-four paired with a six-speed manual transmission. Clean Carfax with no accidents or damage reported. All 10 vin tags are present. Everything functions properly with no issues. Invidia test pipe is installed and the factory cat is included. Comes with 2 keys.

Price: SOLD
2008 Honda S2000 CR (Built on factory Club Racer S2000) 31,500 miles (1,200 track miles) Delete Model (1 of 23 apex blue delete cars made) Apex Blue Pearl paint is completely original - zero paintwork, no accidents, and a clean Carfax. Front bumper has OEM clear bra Paint regularly detailed 22ple protectant applied last year Fluids changed obsessively by me and previous owners. Build List: Racing Brake front big brake kit with 2 piece rotors Goodrich stainless brake lines Baffled oil pan (Black Traxx) Catch can setup with breather and fill sight. Custom oil filter security bracket and safety wired Inline pro tct Hondata flash pro with etune from evanstuning HKS hipermax III sport with 16k swift springs 17x9 Enkei rpf1 in gold with Toyo R888s Recaro pole positions (black) with buddy club rails (stock seat belts still in car for street use) Hard dog roll bar single diagonal bar, hard dog bulkhead replacement bar uses stock seat belts, hard dog foam padding 6 point Schroth Profi Hans-compatible harnesses. 350mm Mugen III steering wheel, works bell short hub, black nrg quick release Hardrace front lower ball joint roll center adjusters T1R single exhaust and test pipe (titanium tip) Innovative engine and trans mount 70a (used correct bolts) LHT Performance brakemaster cylcinder brace Hasport 88a diff mounts Bros ms gt wing hardtop bolt on brackets Chassis and suspension set up Car is gutted behind seats. www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD
Up for sale is a 1973 E-Type 2+2 V12 Series 3. This car has great history and documentation, and has only 625 actual miles since new. The original owner of this car was James Patin of Anaheim, California. He was an avid collector, owning over 150 cars in his lifetime. The purchase of this Jaguar came about through a horse-trade with Bill Harrah of Las Vegas casino fame, who wanted a 1922 Leach Touring for his collection, which Mr Patin happened to own. Mr Patin agreed to the sale in exchange for cash and the purchase of a brand new 1973 Jaguar V12 XKE, which Mr Harrah arranged through Brentwood Motors in Santa Monica in December of 1973. This car had 99 miles on the odometer at time of delivery. Mr Patin picked up the car, showed it to some friends, and then parked it in his collection with 162 miles on the clock. It resided there until 2002, when Glenn Bowers purchased the car from Mr Patin. Since the Jag had not been started since 1973, Mr Bowers removed the fuel tank and had it boiled out and coated inside, along with removing all four carbs and cleaning the float bowls, needles, and seats. Once re-installed, the car fired easily and idled smoothly. The car was 100% as it had been left in 1973, exactly 30 years prior. Mr Bowers only put five miles on the car, since it had the original tires on it. He then sold the car to the current owner in May of 2007. A Jaguar specialty shop performed some necessary work on the vehicle before it was shipped to Pennsylvania, where it was housed in a climate-controlled garage and driven sparingly. He then had the car shipped to his California home in 2012 with only 213 miles on the clock. The Jag then had an extensive service by Hornburg Jaguar, including a complete ignition system overhaul, carbs rebuilt, a new clutch, and new ball joints. The total bill was just over $18,000. The owner wanted to actually drive and enjoy the car in California, and once the work was completed it was ready to enjoy. The car currently has 625 miles on the odometer. Original Factory Options: Power Steering< Air Conditioning Chromed Turbo Disc Wheels Tinted Glass Radial-Ply Whitewalls Radio AM/FM Stereo Front Bumper Guard California Emission Certification Total original MSRP: $10,061.50 www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD

Limited Edition 2006 Jaguar Super V8 Portfolio with 69,500 miles. This Jaguar Portfolio is a very limited production car with only 250 made in 2006. The U.S. got 145 of the 250 made making it even more rare. This Jaguar has a 4.2L Supercharged V8 that makes 400hp/413 lb-ft, 6-speed automatic ZF transmission, and RWD. MotorTrend called it “The penthouse suite of Jaguar sedans” and they are spot on. The Portfolio was based on the long wheelbase XJ but has some serious upgrades some of which include, the supercharged V8 engine, adaptive air suspension, upgraded brakes, 20” wheels, and major interior differences. The base price for this car was $115,995.

This Portfolio is finished in Cherry Black Metallic paint, the Cherry color looks amazing in the sunlight. The exterior is in great shape with minimal wear. The Interior is Brown leather in great condition. One imperfection to note is the headliner sagging in some areas. Overall the car is in very nice condition.

This car has been very well serviced. The Carfax shows no accidents and has plenty of service records. There are also service records dating back to 2019. In 2019, $4,500 was spent on replacing the front and rear air suspension and other miscellaneous repairs. Having the suspension replaced is a big plus for these Jaguars. This is your chance to one a very low production Jaguar!

Price: SOLD