CIGARETTE ADVERTISING PETER STUYVESANT METAL SIGN $ 190 Peter Stuyvesant metal sign. Size: 460mm x 770mm   Invalid Email SEND Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.

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BELT BUCKLES HARLEY-DAVIDSON BELT BUCKLES $ In description Harley-Davidson Motor Cycles Belt Buckle (with wings) – $50 Harley-Davidson Motor Cycles Belt Buckle – $40 Invalid Email SEND Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.

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ILLUMINATED SIGN OLD HOT RODDERS NEVER DIE… ILLUNINATED SIGN $ 120 Old Hot Rodders Never Die… illuminated sign. In working condition.   Invalid Email SEND Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.

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OIL BOXES VARIETY OF ORIGINAL WOODEN BOX ENDS $ In Description Vacuum Oil Company #E13 – $60 Vacuum Oil Company #E14 – $50 Shell Motor Spirit #E15 – $50 Liberty Brand Motor Spirit #E16 – $50 Shell Mineral Terpentine #E17 – $50 Shell Motor Spirit #E18 – $50 Cross Oil Engine Kerosene #E19 – $70…

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Bentley 1993 TURBO R $ 59,500 THE STORY A high-performance luxury vehicle with muscle car performance. Bentley crafted this model from 1985 to 1999 and over this period 7,230 were produced. All cars were assembled in the Rolls-Royce Crewe factory in Cheshire, England. The “R” stood for “road holding” and Motor Trend declared the car…

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Aston Martin 1973 AM V8 COUPE $ 179,900 THE STORY Aston Martin began in 1913 and the company has always specialised in high performance, luxury sports cars. The Aston Martin V8 replaced the DB6 model and was manufactured between 1969 and 1989 and is the first of the V8s for the marque. It is a…

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Chevrolet 1991 CORVETTE COUPE SOLD THE STORY The C4 Corvette represented a clean break from the previous C3 model with a completely new chassis and sleeker, more modern styling. Both the Coupe and Convertible models had a revised front bumper/facia with wrap-around cornering/fog lamps, new horizontal side louvers, wider body-colour side mouldings and bolder rear…

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Chevrolet 1956 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY General Motors designer Harley Earl is credited with convincing GM to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. Launched in 1953, the resulting Chevrolet Corvette quickly earned the mantle of “America’s Sports Car” and the model is still produced today. 1956 was the second year of…

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Pontiac 1979 TRANS AM SOLD THE STORY The Trans AM has firmly established itself as an American icon. By the mid-1970s it was the sole survivor of the muscle car era as US federal regulations and successive oil embargos bit into the American economy. Pontiac commenced production of the Firebird as a pony car to…

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