A majestic and sporting two-door convertible with rumble seat and golf club compartment.
5-window. The original, British microcar, later known as the Bantam.
Nicknamed "The Bomb." One of five made. Steel is real!
Hot Rod. Built in 1954 by Sal Rizzo, this well-known car has survived intact for over 50 years.
An authentic, all steel car from Bill's personal collection.
All original California barn truck, used by Dr. Horace Pinehurst for over 50 years.
Rumble Seat Coupe
Metallic Smoke Blue. Genuine '34 Ford frame and unchopped Henry Ford steel body.
Super rare 2-door sedan, manufactured by Briggs specifically for National Cash Register.
What a majestic Car!
This pickup still wears its old livery with with hand-painted, period Tile Company logo on tailgate and doors.
The famous Martin & Perkins 331 cu.in. Blown Cadillac gasser.
Bought new by a veterinarian, then, in 1948, put on blocks and stored in a barn.
August 1962 Rod & Custom cover car (original magazine included).
A genuine factory convertible, transformed into a lead sled aptly named "The Barrister," way back when.
Only 246 miles since restoration.
Just like the one used in the movie "Rainman" with Dustin Hoffman.
Following the tradition of the famous Blower Bentleys of the 1930s, this Dunsmore Special is an amazing motorcar for the discriminating collector.
Built by an aerospace engineer to aircraft standards in the late 1950s, documented with many period photos.
A genuine, tube framed, aluminum skinned competition car that ran at legendary Ascot Speedway in Gardena right after WWII.
Previously owned by Lance Bass, certified astronaut and member of the pop group *NSYNC.
Bone stock and beautiful, this "non-chopped" Merc was the recipient of an open checkbook "frame off" restoration in the late 1980s.
A lovely California car with lovely details and more charme than Ms. Marple ever had.
Beautiful example of a V-8 flathead-powered 1950s Hot Rod.
Ex Mille Miglia participant.
Barris-customized car, owned for more than 40 years by Archie Moore, undefeated light heavyweight Champion of the 1950s.
Fully restored California car, loaded with every period accessory in the book.
Porsche-based, aluminum-bodied one-off, period-built Superleggera-style to participate in the '55 Carrera Panamericana.
Certified Milestone car.
One of 142 built.
100/4 BN1 Roadster
V8-powered, 1950s California Special. Sold to prominent collector Jim Mancini in 2006.
"El Canchero" Pickup
One-off based on Kaiser's rather unique DeLuxe Traveler.
100/4 BN1 Roadster
First series "Big Healey," a.k.a. the "British Bulldog." With its fold-down windshield, one of the most exciting British Roadsters of all time!
Once part of the famous Reggie Jackson collection.
Local Santa Barbara car in triple black.A dream car!
A low-mileage, rust free, Fifties luxury Coupe carrying most of its factory original finish.
What would you make of a fenderless, aluminum-bodied Mercedes Special Roadster, powered by a mid-ship mounted 8.2-liter Cadillac V-8?
Rare "first series" 5-window shortbed stepside truck. Incredibly preserved California original, still wearing all of its factory original paint.
"The Purple People Eater
Super rare 1950s sports racer, restored to its original 1958 Pikes Peak Hill Climb livery.
Very early production, super low mileage, California car. Still equipped with its original 360cc Excelsior motorcycle engine!
15' wood boat
All-mahogany boat, powered by an Evinrude V4 outboard motor.
Factory original salmon paint and genuine 19K miles from new. A rare find.
"The Rat" sat for a quarter of a century under a tree in an orange grove near Ojai, Calif. But don't judge a book by its cover!
(pre-"Bambi") 16' travel trailer
The 387th Airstream built. One owner from new, comes with its original '57 title.
One owner car in white with red interior.
A restored show car, now turned into a driver with sensible upgrades.
Matador Red exterior, white top, and matching red and silver interior. Dare to be different.
Matching numbers, splendid in red over black leather interior with chrome wires and 5-speed transmission upgrade.
Genuine 31,000 miles and two owners since new.
Fully restored California "black plate" car in Jupiter Gray over red.
One-of-a-kind velvet custom from the Hippie period, once owned by Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong fame.
One owner California car. You simply can't have more fun for your money!
A one owner Santa Barbara car, received as a Christmas gift by its lady owner on December 24, 1957, exactly 50 years ago.
Amazingly preserved, rust and accident free 2-owner California black license plate car.
Dry California Central Valley car out of long-term ownership. 75K actual miles. A beauty!
The World's only tailfin truck, powered with orig. 315 V8.
An iconic "Woody" station wagon that has been professionally restored from the ground up.
Very nice example of the iconic "A" in factory Silvermetallic over red.
A one off that stops traffic like no other car!
Sky-high tailfins, sumptuous leather, power everything, and a ride like floating on clouds.
One-of-a-kind Ferrari with American Muscle from the 1970s.
Boasting 13.6 horsepower from a 250cc, air-cooled 2-stoke engine, the "Goggo" is one of the coolest microcars ever conceived.
27K actual, documented miles. Participant in 2005's "50 Years of Goggomobil" celebration in Dingolfing.
2-door Hardtop Coupé. Early muscle car with factory Tri-Power carburetion (325 hp).
A Virgin! Certainly one of the finest, unrestored vintage Bentleys in the World.
2-door hardtop Coupe. 1 owner, 40K mile, 100% original survivor.
Black with red leather. Multiple concourse winner and possibly the World's Best.
Looking prima facie bone stock, this SL comes equipped with a 6-cylinder engine and 5-speed transmission.
A true survivor with only 42,709 actual miles!
Matching numbers car in Carmine Red over tan leather and the recipient of a frame-off restoration a few years back.