Dragers Classic Cars
Ford F1 1951
1951 Ford F 1 Pickup. DGT1374. VIN F1R1RH21374. This is a good looking street rod. It's a driver quality PU, not a show truck that you would be afraid to drive. New 350 small block Chevy engine with Edlebrock carburetion. Dual exhaust. Turbo 350 automatic transmission with B&M floor shifter. Auto meter pro-comp gauges, speedometer and tachometer plus the gas, oil and temp gauges mounted under the dash. Very nice custom deep red interior including the headliner. GT wood steering wheel. Akuza wheels. Turn signals. Seat belts. This is not a high tech rod. Speedo shows 2,088 miles. (that is the miles since it's restoration). Has the stock front end and rear end. Drum brakes. Diamond plate truck bed. I bought this PU in Auburn, Washington and drove it home in heavy stop and go traffic on a hot day. It never overheated. The temp did go up, so when I took it to Old School Garage, Joe found the thermostat was bad. He went through the PU, found some other things needing attention and fixed them. So it's ready to go. Cond. # 3.
Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside PickUp 1972
1972 Chevrolet Fleetside PU. 4 X4. DGT5599. VIN CCF242S175599 This is one nice driving PU. 350 Chevy engine. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power front disc brakes with drums on the rear. The interior is all new. Vintage air was just added. New American Racing custom wheels and Cooper tires. This is one of those trucks that just looks good. Not sure if it's the stance? The mag wheels help. I just like it. If you look down along the rockers you will see that is has been driven on sandy roads. It looks sand blasted along the lower edge. See the photos. Also on the left front door, on the front lower corner, there are some rust bubbles. Right door has maybe one bubble. Again see the photos. If you email me I have video showing the spots. firstname.lastname@example.org I can email you the video. The rest of the paint is good with some chips and a bad spot on the left rear on the truck bed. Email for video. The body is very straight. Acme Auto did the service and safety check so it's ready to drive. Now I have driven this PU about 100 miles, mostly freeway…it's one great ride. Cond. # 3+ .
GMC 1/2 Ton Pickup Stepside Pickup 1964
1964 GMC Custom Stepside Pickup. DGT031A. VIN. # 1001HF3031A. Good looking truck. I like the color. The man I bought it from painted it himself. It looks good but when you get close you find imperfections. Both front and rear chrome bumpers look new. Has a good wood bed that could have been finished better. The metal part at the front of the bed could have been painted better. He installed a new gas tank under the back of the bed. Looks to be the original 230 6 cylinder engine. 3 speed transmission on the column. Runs great. He had a new split manifold dual exhaust installed and it sounds great. Like new BF Goodrich TA Radial tires on American Racing Mag wheels. He found some rust in both front fenders and instead of patching them he bought new fenders. Andrew found some rust in a right rear body support. We bought this PU about 30 miles away and Andrew drove it home, mostly all freeway and it drives great. Speed was showing 65 but was doing 60 so the speedo is fast. Has new volt and oil pressure gauges under the dash. Has an AM/FM radio with kick panel speakers. Rear tail lights are LED. He had the seat all rebuilt. Speedo 83,937 miles. Joe at Old School Garage did the service and safety check. We knew that Joe would have to install a new water pump, It was leaking a little. I went up to Drager's Club House and drove it home so I could get an early start but by the time I got home water was poring out. So no way was I going to be able to drive it to Joe. So I installed a new water pump. So you know it's not a show truck but you will get lots of thumbs up everywhere you go. Cond. # 3 +.
Pontiac Chieftain 2 Door HT 1958
1958 Pontiac Chieftain 2 Door Hard Top DGC3206 VIN. 6758H3206. I sold this Pontiac way back around 1986 to Olav Lunde a local business man. Lunde owned the car many years and took very good care of it. After he died at the age of 93 I do not not know what happened to the Pontiac? About a year and a half ago I came across this '58 Pontiac for sale and it looked real familiar. Then I put it together, it was Lunde's car. It was back in eastern Washington in Ellensburg Washington. Just bought it back. Has recites from Lunde in the trunk. I bought the Pontiac originally in either Spokane or Yakima Washington in 1986? It was sold new in Wapato Washington from Treise Motors and still has the license plate frame on the front. I was going to the Packard picnic and not having driven it yet I took the '58. I have to tell you it was a pleasure driving it. I still can't believe how well it runs and drives. I drove it about 80 miles round trip, mostly freeway. The Pontiac is stock except for new just installed last year power disc brakes on the front. New wide whites last year. Larry, the last owner, did quite a bit last year and I have the receipts. I also have the receipts from Lunde dating back to 1988. The Pontiac is really straight and solid. We found 1 spot of rust in the left rear quarter. Check out all the underside photos. The paint has been brush touched in the wrong color in several spots. You can find some small bubbling, again check out the photos. Interior is very nice. Seats have been redone at some time and it has seat belts too. One more thing about this Pontiac… when I bought it the first time it had Bonneville on the hood and you will see in the receipts the early ones say Bonneville. The reason I mention this is because when someone put Pontiac back on they did not get the color matched very well and now you know why. So I go to drive it to the picnic and before I go I checked it out to see if all the lights etc worked and every thing was working even the back up lights. Amazing. It's all serviced and safety checked and ready to go. Cond. # 3 mainly because of the paint touch up.
Ford Coupe 1948
1948 Ford Street Rod Coupe. DGC8251. VIN #. 899A2218251. This is a RAT Rod or a ""you finish"" car with thousands of dollars spent on it. Rebuilt 351 Ford W H code V-8 engine. Aluminum radiator. 1964 completely rebuilt C-4 transmission. 9"" Ford rear end. Power 4 wheel disc brakes. Power steering. Mustang II front end. American Muscle 5 Spoke Wheels with Firestone tires, all new. Vintage heat and air. Air blows cold. Check out photo showing 9 degrees. Tilt column. Specify windshield wiper kit. Specialty power windows and keyless door lock system. Shaved doors and trunk. One piece windshield . Chrome nerf bars front and rear. Frenched tail lights. Coil overs in front. Dakota digital gauges. JVC sound system. I know I have left things off. So how did this car get to this point? It was bought in Oregon in 2008 and taken to Montana to be restored. The reason this car was chosen was because no rust and no body damage. I have lots of receipts. The receipts are divided into years starting in 2008 and going to 2016. The body was stripped to bare metal. All the work was put into the underside and all the running gear. I was really impressed when I saw the underside. When he had it all all set up and drivable he then took it into a paint shop to have it painted. I have heard these stories before about getting your car painted. The painter had it a long time, then sent it to another painter. When it came back it had new paint and I have to tell you one of the worst paint jobs I have seen. With all the work he had done he was not happy and did not want to work on it anymore so he gave it to his son to finish. The son lives in Seattle and he never did anything to the car. There is no interior other than late model Ford Thunderbird seats front and rear. It does have sound deadening on the floor. Now the car just sat in his garage. He wanted it gone so he sold it to his neighbor who is a big car guy. The new owner had the transmission rebuilt. So the car runs and drives very well. We have driven it probably 25 miles or more between Andrew and me. I was told that over $50,000 was spent on it? We just had it serviced and safety checked so it's ready to go.
Pontiac Firebird Trans AM 1986
1986 Pontiac Trans AM Coupe. DGC1217. VIN. 1G2FW87H0GL241217. This is a really clean Pontiac Trans Am. It runs and drives well. Has a 305 engine with automatic transmission. Power steering with power disc brakes on the front. Nice set of Pontiac wheels with lots of tire tread left. Air conditioning. AM/FM cassette radio. The exterior is flame red with the silver interior. This is not a normal car for us but we were contacted about it and after seeing it first hand I wanted to buy it. I like the way it runs and I like the way it drives. It's comfortable and sporty. The radio works but sometimes has issues. I've driven it about 25 miles so far and again it drives great. You will find minor chips and scratches and the front passenger seat has a small hole that I did not see at first. It has been repainted original color as near as I can tell. I don't think the spare tire has ever been on the ground, it still has all it's little knobs. Acme Auto Electric & Repair did the service and safety check along with repairing the air so you now have cold blowing air. I was surprised to learn how collectible this year Trans Am is. I found a wide range in the pricing. This is an above average driver quality car. I think you will enjoy driving this Trans AM and you will get thumbs up. Condition # 3+.
Chevrolet Special RAT ROD 1940
1940 Chevy RAT ROD Coupe. DGC2415. VIN WA 78 92415. Our first "" RAT ROD "" Bad on the outside but has all the good stuff underneath. No air, can't have everything. Runs and drives very well. 1969 through 1972 Chevy 350 engine. 350 turbo automatic transmission. Has the regular cooling fan plus a cruising fan mounted on the front of the radiator. 10 bolt rear end. Power steering. Power disc brakes on the front. Looks to be stock wheels with the beauty rings and the tires are like brand-new, I can still see the remains of the nubbins. New dual exhaust with magna flow mufflers. I have driven it and it's comfortable and easy to drive. It will chirp the tires if you want. It's been lowered and not a lot of suspension. You may get a bang or two from the underside when you hit a bump. Does have seats but that's all and they don't match. Heater works. I can see from the underside that the floor pan has been completely replaced. There is no headliner. There are no door panels. There is no carpet. You do have a brand-new custom gauge set from classic instruments. It has new chrome tilt steering column and steering wheel. Has an AM/FM/cassette radio that does not work. The wipers don't work. They build the box in the floor of the trunk for the battery and you have another storage bin on the left side. They have a remote gas door opener that works just fine and one for the trunk but it has never been installed. The back seats fold down. The original windup clock mounted on the glove box door works. The front of the car is black, the rear is primer gray. I told Andrew maybe we should take it to Maaco and have it painted flat black primer but we never did. The running boards have been removed. The body is straight and looks to be very solid. It's all serviced and safety checked, so it's ready to drive. Condition 4- on looks. Condition 3+ on running and driving.
Chevrolet 3600 1953
1953 Chevrolet 3100 3/4 Ton PU. DGT3230. Vin #. J530013230. 1953 Chevy 3 window truck that has been restored. It has a 235 straight six engine from 1954. 3 on the tree manual transmission. 3/4 ton so the bed is about a foot longer. Motor was recently re-gasketed along with a new clutch. Very straight body that was repainted 6 or 7 years ago. I would call it cream colored, almost white. Chrome grill that has some damage, but as a driver PU it's fine. New chrome front bumper. Has a decent black interior. Good wood bed that could stand to be revarnished. They took the VIN tag off when they painted it. May require bonding in your state. This is a driver quality PU. Has been converted to 12 volts. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. Joe also cleaned up some other minor things to make it a great driving PU. You can see what Joe did on his work order in the photos. Cond. # 3 +.
Ford Panel 1941
1941 Ford Panel. DGT0308. VIN. 186260308. When was the last time you saw one of these? This panel is set up to drive. Small block 350 Chevy V-8 with 350 turbo automatic transmission. 10 Bolt rear end. Power steering. Power disc brakes on the front. Mustang front suspension. The rest is stock. Was used for years as a company display truck. In the early 40's they had a 1941 Ford panel truck they used for work. It looks like around 1986 they bought this '41 panel for display. ( I'm guessing for the owner's fun. I found show plaques in the glove box ). There is nothing in the interior but 2 bucket seats, carpet on the front floor and headliner in the cab area. Seat belts. May be original wood bed. Have not found any rust. They told me it's always kept inside. We will have it all serviced and safety checked so it will be ready for your driving fun. Cond. # 3. 1941 Ford Street Rod Panel
Buick 46-S Sports Coupe 1939
I'm impressed with the overall condition of this 1939 Buick. It was sold to the gentleman I bought it from as an original ""survivor car"" and they believe that it's 54,616 original miles. Now has 56,421 miles showing. There is no way to prove that. I will tell you that the car is pretty amazing for the fact that almost everything works. The cigarette lighter works, the dome light does not. Maybe Old School Garage will get it working when they do the service and safety check. The trunk light works. I could not get the fog lights to turn on but Joe will. You won't believe how smooth the doors close. The engine is an eight cylinder 107 hp 248 cu.in. It runs very well but it has been rebuilt. Right now it has an exhaust manifold leak so it is noisy. Joe has found an exhaust manifold for it already. The transmission and clutch operate smoothly. Did you know that Buick was the first car with turn signals? The Buick emblem on the trunk lid is where the turn signals are and they were just fine. From 5 feet away you would think the paint is beautiful but it is not. It has been repainted at sometime. The interior could be all original except for the cloth wind seals around the doors. They just look too good to be original. It has jump seats in the back that fold up, out of the way for more storage. Another thing that works is the seat adjustment. It was smooth and they are almost always frozen up. The seat moves freely back-and-forth when you go to position it for your comfort. The trunk looks all original. It has the spare tire and jack. The chrome looks good but not perfect. It has BFGoodrich wide whites. The Buick is just in and needs to go to Old School Garage so Joe can make it a very pleasurable car to drive. I think you'll be very surprised how smooth and nice this car is to drive. Cond. # 3+.
Jaguar XK8 Roadster 2003
Platinum Silver w/ Charcoal Interior 4.2 litre 300hp AJ-8 engine. 6 speed ZF 6 HP26 automatic transmission. 19"" chrome Apollo Jaguar wheels w/ new front tires. Xenon self-leveling headlamps. Navigation, heated seats, Alpine audio, Calif. vehicle, always garaged. Looks new, no scratches, dents, flaws, have service and vehicle history records. Improved engine and transmission on this model XK8. This is not a normal car for us but I liked it and I have to tell you it's clean. 2 owner car from California. 2nd owner bought it in April 2010. Had 78,298 miles when he bought it. Now has 93,338 miles. It's home sitting in my garage. Just took it out last nite for a short cruise with my wife and granddaughter. My wife likes it too. She has been driving it. The top is easy to put up or down, just hit the button. I also like the ease of putting the convertible boot on, one of the easiest I've seen. What a joy to drive. It's quiet. Jaguar was Ford owned in 2003. They made over 900 changes between 2002 and 2003. This is an affordable classic. Cond. # 2.
Ford Thunderbird 2003
Very nice red convertible with a black leather interior. Has both the red removable hard top and a black power soft top. These Thunderbirds are loaded with all creature comforts. Mileage is 108,030. These are great cars. I have had about 4 of them. One of the things I like about them is the size. They are a heavy car for their size yet they are not very big, so it's easy to park and get in and out of tight spots. Also they are a great ride and very easy to drive. When I bought the Thunderbird it was running a little rough so when we took it in to Village for it's service and safety check they found it had two bad coils. I have to tell you what a difference, it runs so well now. Andrew said it is the most powerful Thunderbird we have owned. It really runs nicely. These Thunderbirds really look good in red. I think you'll be impressed with how clean it is and how well it runs and drives. Now has 108,169 Miles.
Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 1962
There are those cars that when you first see you you know you want to buy them. This doesn't happen often. I always remember the time I went to look car in the garage that had not seen any photos of and when I when into the garage and around the corner I saw this beautiful Ford even before I got to it I knew I wanted to buy it you can just tell and again it doesn't happen very often. This Corvette is one of those cars. As soon as I saw I knew I had to buy it. What I'm telling you if You need to see this car in person you know how good it is. This is a full frame off restoration. I have photos showing the bare frame. I think the impressive thing on this Corvette is the undersides of the fenders. I know you think so what well when I look at the underside I see fenders that have not been patched are reinforced like almost every Corvette you see. The exterior it Is excellent but you can find a few blemishes in the white paint if you look hard. The red interior is stunning to say the least. It has are white soft top in like new condition. Has stock wheels and hubcaps. Full frame off restoration was finished I in 2000 and only 1,349 miles when we bought it. Beautiful white paint with red interior and white soft top. 327 matching numbers Chevy V-8 engine. Edelbrock dual 4 intake with 2 Edelbrock l carburetors. They did not have dual 4's in '62. Matching numbers 4 speed Transmission. I wish I could tell you I had a big bunch receipts from the restoration but we did not get any receipts at all. Andrew drove it home about 50 miles to the clubhouse which was very good before taking it in to Clarks for service and safety check. Clark took care of a few issues ( mainly from sitting ) and Andrew could not believe the difference when driving it back to the clubhouse he had a big grin. If you're looking for a solid axle Corvette you need to take a close look at this one. You may ask why I graded it 2+ and not a # 1, that is because they are only Number one if they're finished perfectly and a total trailer queen. Cond. # 2+.
Ford Model B 1934
It's a good looking PU. Green body with black fenders. Wire wheels with wide white tires including side mount just set this PU off. A lot of money has been spent on it. It was taken down to the frame. We got a lot of receipts mostly from 1994 to 2001. Looks like 1996 to 1997 was when the bulk of the work was done. The pickup was put back together, installing 302 engine, C4 automatic transmission. Tilt GM steering column. Vega steering box. Dual master cylinder, power drum brakes. Turn signals. VDO gauges. 8"" Ford rear end. It now has 7,000 plus miles. This is an all steel '34. Has a little bit of bondo on both doors. The right door has a bondo crack. The underside is good and solid. Good history with this PU too. Some history from when I bought it 2 years ago:
""I bought the truck in 1990 from Nick Jewett of Whisper Woodworking here in Kingston, Wa. He had driven it for 4 or 5 years as his delivery van and for advertising. Nick had bought it from Jim Moore DVM, a vet who owned and operated Appletree Cove Animal Hospital. It was mostly good metal and mechanically a patchwork-it had the flathead 8. I sent it back to my father for his birthday and he spent 20 years or so taking it down to the frame and building it back up. The last 6-7 years it had been sitting as my dad had health issues. It came back to Kingston last summer. Pop passed in March 2015.""
This is the second time we have owned this PU. Sold it about 2 years ago. He was moving and no place to keep it. I was more than happy to get it back. He did not drive it very far. Now has 7,250 miles. I already took it to a car show, so I'm having fun with it.
Chevrolet Fleetmaster Woody Wagon 1947
A stock Woody wagon. 216 6 cylinder engine that just purrs. 3 speed transmission. Last owner bought it from Wes in Scottsdale, Az. Woodies USA in 2005. He used it in parades and with his grandkids. Has the 3rd row seat and the seats have been reupholstered. This is the only thing that is not stock and they look fine. Said he won trophies with it. . This is not a restored Woody. The chrome grill and bumpers are in great shape. The paint could be better but looks good. We had it up on the hoist to take a look and very impressed on how good it is. Did not find any rust repair only 2 small spots you can see in the photos. The wood has had some restoration but most is original and has some issues but will last for years. It has patina. Has turn signals. Seat belts all 3 seats. All the gauges work. The dome light does not. We are installing new wide white radials which will make it drive even better. When we do the service and safety check they will take care of getting the heater fan to blow. Cond. # 3. 1947 CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER WOODY WAGON
Chevrolet Fleetmaster 1947
The woody was the most expensive and the least popular Chevy for 1947. They built a total of 4,912 but you hardly see any Chevy woodies like you see the Ford woodies. This one is all stock looking on the outside and inside. Behind the scene it's updated. Just installed a new crate 350 Chevy engine with lots of chrome and polish. 350 turbo automatic transmission. Rack and pinion power steering. Mustang front clip. Front disc brakes drums on rear with a dual master cylinder. This is a real solid Chevy. It was built new in Oakland, California. A little more history – The man I bought it from lived in San Diego and bought the car there. He moved to Seattle about 1994 and had the late model running gear installed here. He then moved to Victoria BC in 2004. The wood was in very bad condition so he spent $88,000 to have the wood replaced. I have the receipts. What you have to remember is there was no wood kit for the '47 Chevy, so it was all done by hand. The only wood reused was the headliner wood strips. The wood is impeccable. He moved back to Seattle and did not have room so I bought the woody. Again the interior is all stock and in very good condition. I did see minor spots on the seats. Has gauges under the dash. Temp, oil, gen. and fuel. Am/FM CD radio in the glove box with 4 speakers and 10 CD changer. I have driven it a lot when the weather is good. I have taken it to different shows and Friday nite get-togethers. The ride is stiff but it feels good. I installed new Coker wide-white radials, they look better. I really like the stock steering wheel and plan to have it resorted. It's one fun wagon to own. 1947 CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER WOODY WAGON Cond. # 2-.
Ford Custom Convertible 1950
Beautifully restored. All stock. This is one fine automobile. It's my favorite one right now. It's not ""show"", but it sure looks good. Driving it at 65 to 70 is a breeze. Total frame off restoration. Flathead V-8 with 3 speed overdrive transmission. Drove it home 70 miles. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. We installed new radial wide whites. New hub caps and beauty rings. I'm not sure I want to sell it. It's been a long time since we have had one. It had an aftermarket radio and I bought a new AM/FM look-alike and it sure looks good. I bought this car from an estate. What little I know is that he bought it in Montana in 1974 from a man that started to restore it. He had it shipped home and he started restoring it. I got old photos showing this with notes on them and some had the dates on the back. The speedo shows 25,853 miles when I bought it. I don't believe that is the mileage since restoration. I think it is less. The underside is extremely good. I thought I would find rust and when we did the underside video and really looked it over, the floorpans and the frame are beautiful. We did find some pin holes on the left inside rocker and very minor. I'm really impressed with how good this Ford is. We also installed new carpets. The top frames have been restored and painted. The top is tan and looks great. It was a power top originally but it's manual now and works fine. ( watch the video ) It's a great car that you will be happy owning. 1950 Ford Custom Convertible Cons. # 2+.
Triumph 650 1966
Beautiful restored 650. This Triumph has not been started in 12 years. Has about 40 miles since the restoration was finished. It was traded in on a '32 Ford in Boise and resold but it never left Larry's. Larry is the one that put the 40 miles on it. I bought it from Larry. 1966 Triumph 650 TR 6 Cond. New
BULTACO Mercurio 1966
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1966 Bultaco Mercurio 175cc. # M921218. This is an all original Bultaco with a very interesting history. It was mechanically restored, like new tires and the gas tank was cleaned so it is very rideable. Already won #1 in Class at the 2014 LeMay Museum Vintage Bike Festival in Tacoma Wa. ,
From the last owner;
There's a nice story associated with this motorcycle, that I'd like to share. My father bought the Bultaco in 1975, and tinkered with it and rode it around Edmonds where he lived. Then in 1977 a move to California made him decide to sell it. I worked in a local bike shop and knew a sales rep that owned several unique bikes. I sent him to my Dad and he bought the bike. For the next decade whenever I'd see Keith I'd inquire about the Bultaco, and he'd smile and say the same thing- ""I haven't ridden it much, but it's snug as a bug in my garage."" As life goes, we'd talk every few years, but I just assumed he'd sold it long ago, especially after he moved to Arizona. Then in 2012 he came to town and we had a chance for a catch up visit. Much to my amazement he still owned the Bultaco! He was clearing out his garage, and he wondered if I'd like to buy it. So the little bike came home. But I'm afraid I have to part with it, so I hope it finds a home in someone's garage that will enjoy it.
This Bultaco has been locally owned since the 1960's. It was fully restored mechanically in 2014 by Dale Franklin and Paul Perolli. A few of the restored features include:
Caswell coated fuel tank by Russ Foy (Custom Classic Paintworks in Ravensdale)
Front and rear wheels unlaced, cleaned, bearings greased and rebuilt with new tires and tubes
Bultaco Matador center stand mounted
Carburation "disassembled, cleaned and 100% reliable
Electrical system 100% operational
Starts easily and runs perfectly
All body parts and alloy parts are 100% stock and NOT repainted or restored.
This bike has been ridden at the 2014 and 2015 Isle of Vashon, and did a great job.
Won #1 in Class at the 2014 LeMay Museum Vintage Bike Festival in Tacoma
This does not happen very often. Also a side note, when Kevin checked out the bike (when he was buying it) he opened the tool door and found the oil measuring cup and it still had his dad's written note on it. Just tells you this is an unmolested motorcycle. Great starter vintage bike and it has won a trophy.
1966 Bultaco Mercurio 175cc. Cond. # 2.
BMW K1200LT 2002
Super clean 47,000 miles and these BMW's are loaded. You want a bike for touring, that is what this is set up to do. Right down to the adjustable windscreen. Oh yes and cruise control too. You have to have tunes so you have AM/FM and a CD changer so you can take your music with you. Just one awesome motorcycle. I bought this bike because it was so clean. 2002 BMW K1200LT Cond. # 2.
Check out how well this bike checks out just og to google and type in 2002 BMW K1200LT and you can learn lots about this bike I even saw videos so now I know how the reverse works. Check it out.