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2003 Jaguar XK8 Roadster | 38790204

2003 Jaguar XK8 Roadster
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.

Price:
14995
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dragers@mac.com

1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster | 35008003

1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster
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+.

Price:
67500
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2003 Ford Thunderbird | 38767427

2003 Ford Thunderbird
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.

Price:
14500
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dragers@mac.com

1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Woody Wagon | 33952036

1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Woody Wagon
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

Price:
49995
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dragers@mac.com

1934 Ford Model B | 34556196

1934 Ford Model B
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.

Price:
36500
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dragers@mac.com

1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster | 33543328

1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster
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-.

Price:
125000
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dragers@mac.com

1950 Ford Custom Convertible | 33543327

1950 Ford Custom Convertible
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+.

Price:
39500
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dragers@mac.com

1966 Triumph 650 | 33543324

1966 Triumph 650
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

Price:
15000
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dragers@mac.com

1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible | 33543315

1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible
This is a total frame off restoration. It's all stock except it now has a 12 volt alternator electronic ignition, electric wipers ( who's taking it out in the rain anyway ) and a electric cooling fan. $58,000 spent on the restoration. We got a lot of receipts with it. Looks like 5 years in the restoration from 2010 to 2015. Beautiful maroon paint with black Hartz cloth top. Tan leather interior. It's beautiful and runs and drives very well. I look forward to driving it more. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. You always find things that need to be finished. The vacuum top was not functioning and Joe discovered the vacuum rams leaked. No one rebuilds them so Rich's Custom Uphostery installed a new hydraulic ram kit and a new top boot. The speedometer did not function properly so Joe got it rebuilt. Now you can drive with confidence and you will be looking good. What's not to like about a 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible? One stunning car. Cons. # 2+.

Price:
49500
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1959 Chevrolet 3100 Stepside Pickup | 33543326

1959 Chevrolet 3100 Stepside Pickup
1959 Chevrolet 3100 Stepside PU. DGT9044. Vin # 3B59O109044. Gorgeous red truck. Beautiful chrome grill and chrome front bumper. 307 Chevy V-8 engine. 700 R Automatic transmission with floor shifter. Chrome rally wheels with black walls. It has raised white letters on the inside if you want to change them. The Goodyear tires are like brand new. Beautiful caramel and red interior. Diamond plate bed. Custom louvered tailgate. The underside looks very good. We did find one spot of rust you can see in the photos. The underside is not restored but it's been cleaned and is very solid. Frame is excellent. Speedo shows 91,740 we are selling unknown miles. Clark's did a front end alignment. Village did the service and safety check. When they were performing the service they found that the rear wheel cylinders were leaking so now has new wheel cylinders. Runs and drives very well. Now it's ready for your driving pleasure. This truck looks ""show"". Cond. # 2-.

Price:
24500
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dragers@mac.com

1966 BULTACO Mercurio | 33543314

1966 BULTACO Mercurio
Make sure you go below the discrption to see 58 photos 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 New chain Starts easily and runs perfectly All body parts and alloy parts are 100% stock and NOT repainted or restored. Clean title 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. .

Price:
5995
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dragers@mac.com

2002 BMW K1200LT | 33543313

2002 BMW K1200LT
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.

Price:
4995
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dragers@mac.com

1967 Triumph TR-6 | 33543308

1967 Triumph TR-6
A beautiful Triumph that was a completely restored. 650 cc Twin cylinder 4 speed transmission. Single carburetor. Shows 269 miles since the restoration. Concours restoration. The restoration cost $12,500 plus. The man I bought it from took it in in 2003 to have it restored and after 3 years the bill came to $19,000 and they settled for $12,500. He just installed a new battery just before I bought it. Runs like new. 1967 Triumph TR-6 R. Cond. # 2 +++

Price:
15000
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

2003 Chevrolet SSR | 33543307

2003 Chevrolet SSR
This is one of those retro vehicles made by Chevrolet from 2003 to 2006. I have heard Chevrolet lost money on these trucks? This one has 95,000 plus miles and runs and drives great. Has updated radio with GPS and backup camera. CD & SD card slot. I just installed new custom wheels and tires. 20"" wheels on the front and 22"" on the rear and they look great. I really like how the top operates – put your foot on the brake, push the button and the top is up or down. I was driving in heavy traffic and it started to rain. When the traffic stopped, I pushed the button, the top came up and it happened so fast that no one even honked. My wife likes riding in this PU. I think of it as a PU Corvette. It's fun. I guess you get the idea, I like driving it. The other thing about the SSR is they have a big following. You will have no problem joining a SSR group. I have friends that have SSR's and they love the SSR. You can find all sorts of add on's and these guys are having fun adding and changing their SSR to their liking. The only thing I have done is change the wheels and what a great look. I have driven it over 3,000 miles. 2003 Chevrolet SSR Roadster Pickup Cond. # 2.

Price:
23995
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1950 BSA GOLEN | 33543305

1950 BSA GOLEN
When I saw this BSA I knew I needed to own it. It's not stock and it's not chopped. It's a Bobber with added custom add on's like the windshield. Restored by Richard Renstrom an author and expert on antique British motorcycles. Engine was rebuilt and has about 800 miles. Bike sounds great but I have not had a chance to ride it yet. I look forward to that. This will make a great addition to my other bikes. I bought it in Sun Valley Idaho and the photos are the day after I bought it and it's loaded in a 1950 Chev PU I also bought in Sun Valley. They look great together. 1950 BSA GOLEN FLASH A-10 Cond. 2-.

Price:
15000
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

2002 Chrysler PT | 33543303

2002 Chrysler PT
I have always wanted a PT Cruiser. I came across this one and it was very clean and it drove well. I wanted the leather interior and it has leather. Also it had to have an automatic transmission which it does. Power steering. Power 4 wheel disc brakes. Power windows. Sun roof. AM/FM and CD radio. Remote door opener. Power door locks. It has good history, the parents bought it when it was almost new. Their daughter bought it from them and owned it for about a year until she bought a brand new bigger car. Recent new tires. The timing belt has been recently replaced. Shows 126,000 miles. Air blows cold. I have been surprised how easy it is to get in and out of. How comfortable it is. I like the fact you can easily get the rear seats out of the way and even take them out totally. When they were doing the service and safety check the front brake pads where down and we had them install new pads on the front. I have been driving the PT Cruiser and now have over 1,000 miles. I checked the gas milage for 225 miles and got 21 MPG. I think it's a good car. 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Cond. 3+.

Price:
3995
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1933 Franklin Olympic | 33543302

1933 Franklin Olympic
This is not a normal car for us to buy, but every time I see an early 30's car I want to have one. My first classic was a 1935 Packard Super 8. This Franklin is in great shape, not show, but it runs well, looks good and the wipers even work. I don't know much about Franklins but I will learn more about this car. The Olympic has a 6 cylinder air cooled 274 cu.in. engine and it's massive in size. Franklin bought Reo Flying Clouds minus the engine and front end and added Airman engines, added Franklin hoods and grill shells. The idea was to have a less expensive automobile to sell. 1934 was the last year for Franklin. I'm not sure about the paint but I'm sure the interior is original and it's very possible that the paint is also. It's like it was in a time capsule. Most everything works, tho' the gas gauge and speedo don't. Both wipers work. One of the things I like on the 30's cars is dual side mounts and this Franklin has them. Even has a trunk on the back. Window shades too. Of course it has running boards, you can just see it in Chicago back in the days of Al Capone…machine guns blazing. 1933 Franklin Olympic 4 Door Sedan Cond. # 3+.

Price:
26500
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1954 Oldsmobile Holiday | 33543298

1954 Oldsmobile Holiday
I love finding cars restored as nicely as this one. It is a stunning Olds. The workmanship and attention to detail is apparent everywhere you look. It runs and drives just as well too. We bought it in Sun Valley and Andrew drove it home 650 miles so if you want to know anything about it, call Andrew 206-533-9600. High quality restoration with no details missed. Stock car with a new style, vintage air conditioning. This is a ""body on"" restoration. The paint is a beautiful solid blue. Excellent interior is also done in blue. The engine compartment is detailed and you will want the hood up at any show you take it to. Same with the trunk, it's all carpeted. I think maybe the biggest thing is the chrome. Most every little piece has been re-chromed. It's details like this that set this Oldsmobile off. 324 cu in (5.3 L) Rocket V8. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Wide white wall radial tires. Seat belts in the front. If you want a 50's car that is something special then you need to look at this one in person. It's not your average car. I bought it as having 47,000 original miles and the Oregon title shows this along with a signed mileage statement. I know if you looked at this Oldsmobile you would say it is a # 1 but # 1's. are trailer queens only. 1954 Oldsmobile Holiday 98 2 Dr Hard Top Coupe Cond. 2++++.

Price:
42500
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1969 Triumph T100C | 33543296

1969 Triumph T100C
This is a total restoration that was finished about 14 years ago and it's never been started. This is a high pipe competition model. It is beautiful. 1969 Triumph 500cc T 100 C Cond. new

Price:
15000
Contact:
dragers@mac.com

1964 Ford Mustang | 33543293

1964 Ford Mustang
This is a 641/2 Mustang that has it's original hood grill surrounds and original big horns. It started out life as a 6 cylinder with a 3 speed transmission. Now has a 289 V-8 engine and a 4 speed transmission. It's updated to 5 lug wheels. Front disc brakes. Originally blue paint and it is now white. The interior is correct white with blue. Has seat belts front and rear. Blue manual top with blue boot. Top looks real good. Aftermarket AM/FM radio. It has GT exhaust tips. Andrew has had it up on the rack and he could not find any rust. The left rear fender, just above and behind the wheel, looks to have been hit. You cannot tell on the outside but in the trunk you can see it. ( see photo) We changed the wheels to style steel wheels with new white wall tires. Added front bumper guards. It's all service and safety checked and it's ready to go. This Mustang was built by Dan Wiebold Ford in Nampa Idaho for the Mercy Medical hospital charity auction in Nampa Idaho about 8 years ago. They did a great job making this one of the better Mustangs you will find. Great driving car that will give you lots of fun miles. 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible Cond. #2

Price:
32500
Contact:
dragers@mac.com