Dragers Classic Cars
1977 Chevrolet Scottsdale C 10 Fleetside Pickup
Super clean pickup. This is one of the best we have had in the 1973 to 1978 year range. 3 owner 86,000 mile truck. Most of it’s life was in Wenatchee Wa. Very solid PU. 350 V-8 engine with automatic transmission. Power steering. Power disc front brakes. New Michelin tires and American Racing wheels. You will love driving this PU. It feels like new. The interior is beautiful.. I knew as soon as I bought this Chevy pickup that it was in above average condition. It drove so well and it was tight with no squeaks or rattles. You can look a long time and have a really hard time finding a pickup in this condition. 1977 Chevy Scottsdale C 10 Fleetside Pickup Cond. # 2-.
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
Some one has spent a lot of money on this car. As I look around it looks like new paint, carpets, dash pad, interior ETC. This was a 6 cylinder car when new but it now has a 289 V-8 engine. The wheels are all upgraded to 5 lug wheels. Now has front disc brakes with a dual master cylinder. A new gas tank was installed. Has aftermarket air conditioning that blows cold. JVC radio with cassette. White convertible manual top. Chrome looks good. Engine compartment is clean. Looks like new radiator. The body is very good. Floor pans have been replaced. Other than the floor pans not much in the way of rust. We installed new tires. Complete service and safety check and installed a new water pump. 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible 289 V-8 3 Speed Cond. # 2-.
1977 Triumph Spitfire
This is another one of those cars I don’t know much about but when you find a really clean car, very straight and no rust, I like to buy it. That is what I saw in the Spitfire. Was told it was always garaged? The speedo shows 99,493 miles ( unknown ) 1500 cc 4 cylinder engine. 4 speed transmission. It’s red with a red and black interior and a black soft top. Runs and drives well. Andrew drove it back to the Clubhouse and was impressed by how well it ran and drove. The chrome bumpers front and rear are very good. Has a tonneau cover. Spare tire and jack. Luggage rack. I did not find a dent in the car. It does have a scratch on the right side of the hood that has been brush touched. This looks to be a sports car you can have some real fun driving and showing. 1977 Triumph Red Convertible Spitfire. Cond. # 2.
1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Has 112,000 miles and runs and drivers very well. V-6 engine with automatic transmission. Power steering. ( by now I think every car has power steering. Power windows. We had the Air charged so it blows cold. Has a AM/FM/CD radio but does not work? The body is straight and for the most part the paint is very good. On the left side of the hood and on top of the left fender the paint has deteriorated ( from the factory ). On the left rear fender is some scratching and also on the left door. Top is good and operates fine. No boot. Tires are good. Engine compartment is fine. The trunk is clean. Spare and jack. Interior is very good and clean. One small hole in the left rear seat base. So far I have driven about 60 miles and it runs and driver fine. Affordable convertible for the summer. 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Cond. # 3.
1962 Triumph TR 3 A Roadster
This is a better TR 3 than I thought when I first bought it. I did find some rust on the underside and it had some rust bubbles on both lower front fenders. We had Steve clean up the fenders and he came up with the idea of installing black stripes so he didn’t have to match the yellow and it looks good. Looks to be actual miles of 61,000, but I have no way of knowing for sure? It was red and is now yellow. The soft top is in very good condition. I don’t think it has been on in a very long time and it has shrunk. It needs hot sun, but are you ever going to drive it in the rain??? Looks to be the original tonneau cover. Recent new tires, generator and voltage regulator. Looks to me that the bumpers have been re-chromed as they are like new. Runs good. Andrew drove it back to the Clubhouse about 40 miles. Everything works, even the heater. 1991 cc straight-4 engine. 4 speed transmission. We got the engine hand crank with it, if you’re into that. Original tool kit. Looks to be a very old service manual and some other things. We had to order a new hydraulic clutch slave and Joe, at Old School Garage, installed it when he did the service and safety check. Joe also found the rear axel seals were leaking, so new seals, wheel cylinders and brake shoes were installed. Joe worked on it but it’s hard starting when cold. Had the original carpets and Andrew ordered a new set from Moss and installed them. It looks much better. Now it’s ready to drive and enjoy. 1962 Triumph TR 3 A Roadster. Cond. # 2-.
1937 FORD ST. ROD
This 1937 Ford has had the same owner for 28 years. Not only that, Dean built this car from the ground up. Doing only the best of the best. The Ford started out life as a 5 window coupe. Now has a Carson top. The Carson top is built out of aluminum so it is lightweight and only 4 bolts to remove it. As a hearts cloth blacktop so it looks like a convertible. The rear end is all Jaguar so you have 4 wheel independent suspension. When you look at this car you can tell that it was well thought out. The best part it runs and drives like it looks. Look at the photos showing the neon signs in the background. The whole car is beautiful. It’s running a 350 Chevy small block with a turbo 350 automatic transmission. I like the fact that he installed power steering. Power windows. Air conditioning but no heater. Electric doors. Manual trunk. The right rear fender is glass. I like the way Dean did things like the seat belts retracting into the floor. It has real knock off wheels. Jumper cables custom made that have a socket under the right running board. So far I’ve taken it cruising one night. It’s so clean and like new I don’t want to get it dirty. I really like it with the top off. You will not believe how nice this car is to drive. Make sure you watch the video. 1937 Ford Deluxe Custom Convertible. Cond. # 1-.
1966 Ford Mustang
289 V-8. Automatic Transmission. Power steering. New Style steel wheels and tires. This red Mustang has a great body very straight and the paint looks good. Original Sauterne gold metallic. Very good job doing the paint change as we have not seen tell tales. Parchment seats with red carpets. Console. Stock radio does not work but in the glove box is a Kenwood AM/FM/ CD with remote and speakers in the kick panels. Runs and drives very well. I’m impressed with over all condition. One of the first things I check when buying a Mustang is the rear drain vents and most of the time they are filled in. But on this Mustang they are there. It is not perfect but will make you a great Mustang to show and drive. Just in and getting it ready to sell. Need to service and safety check it. Also we will be detailing it and we have a new wood steering wheel coming so when we are finished it will look much better. So more to come.
1974 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT
360 V-8 engine with automatic transmission. Power steering. Power brakes with disc on front. Dual gas tanks. When Andrew and I saw the PU driving towards us we both liked how it looked. When we walked around it we found some issues like at the bottom of both front fenders it has a small spot of primer on each side. The left fender has a hole ( rust ). The body is really straight and looks good. The front end looks good, both the grill and front bumper. Chrome rear bumper. Great looking custom wheels with lots of rubber. We opened the driver’s door and found a seam split, otherwise the seat looks very good. Ugly steering wheel which we replaced already. The dash looks good. Carpets are so-so but useable. Andrew drove it home about 40 miles and really liked it. In fact he has been driving it every day until we took it to Joe, at Old School Garage for it’s service and safety check. Great driver quality PU. 1974 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT Camper Special. Cond. # 3.
1956 Chevrolet 3100
This was a featured truck in NAPAs Collectors Edition calendar for the year 2000 the month of July. I have the calendar and it goes with the PU. It looks as good as it did in 2000. Just tells how well it was taken care of all these years. Stock 1/2 ton PU with 235 six cylinder engine and 3 speed trans. If you're looking for a great driving PU take a look at this one. Shows well. Dark green with tan interior. Came from Montana and shows recent new paint. Interior is very good. Bed has been redone. Like new wide-whites that set it off. Even the spare is a new wide-white. Very straight body. The underside was not restored but it’s decent. Take a look at the photos, I tried to show you everything about this PU. I have had it out on the freeway and it drives great. The gas gauge does not work. The speedo is missing the needle and the odometer works. Does not have a radio, looks like it never had one. Heater works great. Should give you lots of driving pleasure along with lots of waves. # 3+ cond.
1939 BUICK SPECIAL COUPE
This is a beautiful restored Buick. Lived in California for most of it’s life. Came to Sun Valley Idaho and got a fame up restoration. You will be impressed with the restoration and the car. Complete engine rebuild. Beautiful red paint. The silver gray interior is impeccable. Jump seats in the rear. Radial wide whites. The trunk is all carpeted in the same silver gray as the interior and restored. Original jack help set it off. The engine compartment is clean. Only 1,000 miles since restoration. The underside is clean and painted black it’s not show like the rest of the car but you look at the underside photos and you see how good this car really is. 1939 Buick was the first cars to have factory turn signals. I really like the looks of the front end. The design of the grill and head lights give a great look not seen since the 30’s. The chrome sparkles. I have had the transmission pop of 3rd gear on compression. This is a rust free car. Hard to find cars like this. 1939 BUICK SPECIAL COUPE Cond. # 2.
1966 Ford Mustang
This is a nice driver quality Mustang. Numbers matching Emberglo Metallic paint with Emberglo and Parchment Deluxe Pony interior. 289 V-8 engine and automatic transmission. Was a 2 barrel carb now has an Edelbrock intake with 4 BC Edelbrock carburetor K & N high rise air filter. Flame thrower ignition. Power steering. Front disc brakes with a split brake master cylinder. New shocks and springs. Has some rust bubbles under the vinyl top and left rear fender and the drain vents are filled in. We have receipts back to 1984 on this Mustang. One receipt from 2001 shows 87,566 miles now shows 90,233. I bought this Mustang from an estate, they had owned it since 1999. We installed new American Racing 15” 5 spoke wheels and new tires. 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe 289 V-8. Cond # 3+.
2003 Pace 24′ Enclosed Trailer
This trailer was set up as a race car trailer. Has 110 electrical outlet and lights. Work bench with tool box under the bench. Good selection of floor tie-downs. Having towed a lot of trailers over the years, I know the value of a big right side door. A wide door makes it easy to load and unload motorcycles or ATV’s when you have a car loaded. That is a great feature of a 24’ or bigger trailer. The trailer is black and it has some bumps and bruises but is good. The interior is white and in good condition. Has a long tongue which you need if pulling behind a motorhome. Great for hauling your collectible. Also good to store your collectible. Cond. # 3. https://youtu.be/Zao62KZIxm4
1980 Honda Red CB125S
Nice clean Vintage bike. 3,282 miles. Runs good.
1975 Honda Red XL 100
349 actual miles. As you can imagine it’s super clean. I have ridden it a whole 4 miles. Carb may need cleaning other wise seems fine. Great vintage bike to ride. 1975 Honda Red XL 100 Cond. # 2+
2001 Trail Lite 21′
Very clean low milage 37,149 miles. 2 owner no pets or smoking. Loaded Onan 4000 gen. Dometic AC. Ducted heat. Microwave. New 18” flat screen TV/DVD/CD Player. Every thing works and it drives very well. I drove it 150 miles the other day just fine. That is what this little motorhome is all about. The 2 couches fold flat to make one Kingsize bed. You have the toilet and shower so you’re all set. You can park anywhere a PU can park, so it’s jvery handy. When I bought it he had one of the couches out and it gave him a lot more room. Has 6 almost brand new Michelin tires like 1 to 2 thousand miles on them.
1941 Ford F 100
This is a stock PU with a later flathead Ford V-8 engine with 3 speed on the floor. Dark blue paint. Runs great. The 1941 is my favorite year. The only difference is added chrome on the hood over the 1940. Very good body. New wide white tires with stock wheels and hub caps. Has turn signals. The gauges all work. Both wipers work. Each one has it’s own switch. Paint is fair but I would not repaint it. It’s called patina. Floor pans are solid. I bought it in eastern Oregon where it has lived for years. Old farm truck but not beat up. Andrew installed a new floor mat and head liner. We had the seat rebuilt and reupholstered. Chrome front bumper. Has a gas heater that is not hooked up. Fun truck to drive and it gets looks. Cond. # 3.https://youtu.be/RKo9JmPsmOw
1941 Buick Sedanette
Also called Sedanette. This Buick had the same owner for 20 years. He and his wife took in many shows and events over the years and won lots of trophies. He gave me four trophies to go with the car. It’s not stock. This Buick fastback has a great look. Beautiful grill. Chrome is excellent. Sun visor. Great maroon and black paint with red cloth interior. I like the wheels and tires, it’s a great look. 327 Chevy V-8 engine. Turbo 350 Automatic. Power Steering. As you can see it’s updated for your driving pleasure. And it is fun to drive. I have driven it about 80 miles so far and I would drive it anywhere. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. The speedo did not work properly so he pulled the speedometer and had it rebuilt. Cond. 2. 1941 Buick Special 2 Dr Fastback
1952 Dodge Pickup
Just in and Joe at Old School Garage is doing the service and safety check plus other things he is finding. It’s stock. 6 cylinder engine with 3 speed on the tree. It was a frame off restoration but not a total restoration? Beautiful paint dark green cab and black PU bed with beautiful wood bed. More to come.
1940 Ford Deluxe
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+.
1956 Lincoln Premier
When was the last time you saw one of these? I don’t remember when. This was a top line car for Lincoln. A pure luxury automobile. It is loaded with power seats, power windows, power steering, power brakes, power antenna.The car was stripped down in 2002 and repainted black. Have photos showing this. It was in a Concours D’Elegance 2002 Salt Lake City. I have the concourse D’ elegance program. I have a photo album showing the car stripped and repainted, as well as finished photos before going into the show. It was beautiful. I do not know what happened with both the front and rear bumpers as it looked beautiful in 2002? It may have been a poor re-chroming job. They are dark now. I have receipts and there are not many from 1988. It was in Salt Lake City at this time. It’s had 4 owners since 1988, two in Salt Lake City and two in Seattle. Last owner bought it in 2004 till I bought it. He owned it for 12 years and the only reason for selling was he lost garage space. That brings up another thing, this car is 19 feet 9 inches long. Did I tell you it had a continental kit too? It is black with a white top and white interior. The interior looks good. We installed a new headliner. It's very straight and it might be rust free. We will know more when we put it up on the hoist and get photos of the underside. We installed new wide white radials to improve overall driving. Andrew has driven it about 60 miles so far. I have driven it about 60 miles. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. 1956 Lincoln Premier 2 Dr Hard Top. Cond # 3 +.