- INCREDIBLE ORIGINAL CONDITION!
- ONLY 44,917 ACTUAL MILES!
- ONE OF ONLY 2,599 BUILT!
- LAST PRODUCTION MODEL YEAR FOR THE 911SC
- ONLY TWO OWNERS FROM NEW
- METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED
- FULL DOCUMENTATION INCLUDING OWNER’S MANUAL, TOOLS, EXCELLENT SERVICE HISTORY, PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND MORE!
- SIMPLY ONE OF THE BEST EXAMPLES OF THIS RARE AND DESIRABLE MODEL TO BE FOUND ON THE MARKET TODAY!
- FACTORY SUNROOF
- AIR CONDITIONING
- POWER WINDOWS
- 16” FUCHS WHEELS
- LEATHER SEATS
- FOG LIGHTS
- BLAUPUNKT TOP-OF-THE-LINE STEREO SYSTEM
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet
- Concours level restoration just completed
- Matching numbers original engine
- Incredible documentation
- Rare factory air conditioning
- Automatic transmission
- Power steering
- Power Disc Brakes
The 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible featured here is finished in stunning Light Ivory with a gorgeous Cognac Tan leather interior and brown convertible top. A concours level restoration was recently completed and this Mercedes is now ready to be driven or shown. It is equipped with many options including rare factory air conditioning, full leather interior as well as its original books, manuals, service records, build cards, warranty plate and much more.
1965 Porsche 356 C 1600 Cabriolet by Reutter
- Concours level restoration
- Matching numbers original engine & gearbox
- Last production year for the 356
- Known history since new
- Prior long-term ownership
- Engine out service completed less than 100 miles ago
The 1965 Porsche 356C 1600 Cabriolet by Reutter featured here is finished in factory correct Ruby Red with a beautiful black interior and matching convertible top. This stunning 356 has been restored to Concours standards and is ready to be shown and driven. A recent engine out service was performed less than 100 miles ago by marquee specialists which includes a receipt for $6,000. Also accompanying this investment-grade 356 is its original owner’s manual, service booklet, service records, copy of Kardex, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and more.
Additional New Inventory
- BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION JUST COMPLETED INCLUDING ENGINE REBUILD BY A MARQUEE SPECIALIST
- ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERS 4.2L ENGINE
- 1 OF ONLY 4,286 BUILT BETWEEN 1968-1971
- PREVIOUS LONG-TERM OWNERSHIP
- ONLY 72,270 ACTUAL MILES
- GORGEOUS COLOR COMBINATION
- DRIVES AND PERFORMS EXCEPTIONALLY WELL
- DOCUMENTATION INCLUDES OWNER’S MANUAL, JAGUAR HERITAGE CERTIFICATE AND MORE
- TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
- TRULY A COLLECTOR’S DREAM!
- AIR CONDITIONING
- CHROME WIRE WHEELS
- AM/FM RADIO
- LEATHER INTERIOR
- POWER BRAKES
Over time, experience and a worldwide market dictated many changes in the sublimely beautiful Jaguar E-Type. During the first seven years of the E-Type’s life, the changes were evolutionary, culminating in the 1968 release of the E-Type Series II, a substantial redesign that also foreshadowed many of the attributes of the Series III V12 models that entered production in 1971.
Federal regulations in the United States, Jaguar’s most important market, drove some of the Series II’s changes, including revised lighting and the shift to a pair of Stromberg carburetors in place of the three SU units seen primarily on earlier E-Types. Externally, the radiator air intake increased substantially in size, a change masked by larger, full-width bumpers that were matched at the rear to meet U.S. low speed impact requirements. The well-proven 4.2-liter E-Type six-cylinder engine was little changed although a twenty-five percent higher capacity water pump was fitted to take advantage of the larger radiator air intake, better adapting the E-Type to hotter climates. The chassis got bigger Girling brakes with three-piston calipers at the front and two-piston calipers at the rear. Inside, reclining seats were now standard.
The evolution of the E-Type meant buyers of the Series II got a much better, more adaptable, comfortable and reliable Jaguar, attributes that complemented its already well-established reputation for superior performance, handling, ride and appearance.
The 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II 2+2 Coupe featured here is finished in stunning Signal Red with a beautiful new black leather interior. It was recently restored and had a complete engine rebuild performed by a marquee specialist. Accompanying this 2+2 Coupe is its Jaguar Heritage Certificate, owner’s manual, tools and more. We’re proud to offer this investment-grade Series II to the most particular collector or enthusiast who appreciates a well restored example.
- SPECTACULAR, ROTISSERIE RESTORATION RECENTLY COMPLETED
- ORIGINALLY DISPATCHED TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
- FACTORY CORRECT COLOR COMBINATION
- UPGRADED 4-BARREL PERFORMANCE CARBURETOR
- INCREDIBLY WELL-EQUIPPED, INCLUDING SEVERAL GT OPTIONS
- INCLUDES OWNER’S MANUAL
- PERFORMS WONDERFULLY
- INCREDIBLY CLEAN, INSIDE & OUT!
- TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL!
- DUAL EXHAUST
- DISC BRAKES
- RALLY PACK GAUGES (TACH & CLOCK)
- AIR CONDITIONING
- POWER STEERING
- “CRUISE-O-MATIC” AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
- AM/FM RADIO
- FRONT & REAR SEATBELTS
- CHROME STYLED STEEL WHEELS
The 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback featured here is finished in gorgeous Poppy Red with a beautiful black interior. This magnificent motorcar has recently gone through a rotisserie restoration and is virtually new in every aspect. It is well-equipped and includes factory air conditioning, rally pack gauges, dual exhaust and more, making this the one to own!
Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants at (314) 291 7000 or email@example.com for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence; you will not be disappointed in this extremely rare find.
A family tradition for over 50 years selling the world’s finest classic cars, Daniel Schmitt & Co. provides sophisticated collectors, investors and enthusiasts throughout the world with high quality classic motorcars. We are one of the most trusted marketplaces for classic and collector vehicles and we are proud to say that we have 100% favorable reviews as an eBay seller.
In our inventory, you can find some of the most sought-after models of classic Cadillac, Packard, Auburn, Chrysler, Excalibur, Ford, Pontiac and more, under American Miscellaneous. We sell vintage Volkswagen, Alfa Romeo, Austin-Healey, Intermeccanica and more, under Import Miscellaneous. We also offer investment grade Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce motorcars, Porsche, Maserati and other prestigious marques!
Are you thinking about selling your classic or collector car? We offer the highest cash prices in the industry and can arrange convenient pick-up anywhere in the continental United States.
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Our classic car gallery is located in historic St. Louis, Missouri, just minutes away from the Lambert International Airport, with a dealership spanning on an elegant 4-acre campus, boasting two recently renovated, luxurious showrooms, a state-of-the-art service department and a world-class restoration facility.
We have been one of the most reliable classic and luxury car galleries for over 50 years and an A+ Better Business Bureau accredited business since 2005. Our goal is to provide you with exemplary customer service and to ensure that your purchase is completed as efficiently and in as timely a manner as possible.
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When the 928 was first launched in 1978, Porsche viewed it as a possible replacement for the 911. While the 911 was and is still today considered a pure sports car, the 928 was a Grand Tourer and one of few Porsche’s to feature a front engine design. Porsche engineers were able to achieve a 50/50 weight distribution by mounting a transaxle in the rear. This achievement was praised given the V8 engine layout and made the 928 an extremely well handling car with more potential for higher power output. When launched the 928 was powered by a 4.5 liter V8 that was good for 219 horsepower.
The model would go through various design improvement throughout its production run, each with increased performance. This would culminate with the release of the 928 GTS. The GTS featured the largest 928 V8 engine to date, displacing 5.4 liters and produced 345 horsepower. Updated bodywork featured re-sculpted rear fenders and larger front brakes ensured short distance stops under the most demanding circumstances. Being one of the most expensive cars on the road in its time, the 928 GTS offered sporting thrills while sitting in the lap of luxury. Production would end in 1995, but the legacy of the 928 and particularly the 928 GTS live on in the finest of sports car circles.
The 1995 Porsche 928 GTS offered here is finished in stunning Guards Red with an impeccably kept black leather interior. This last production year 928 is one of only 47 built for the U.S. Market; it has been meticulously maintained and driven just 21,284 miles from new. A recent full service by a marque specialist was completed less than 150 miles ago. This Porsche is well-optioned and comes equipped with a factory sunroof, factory air conditioning (front and rear), power seats, AM/FM cassette with a 6-disc CD changer and more. It is accompanied by its original books, factory tools, service records and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Previous long-term collector ownership and spectacular original condition make this investment-grade Porsche one of the best examples available on the market today.
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Cars-On-Line.com Readers Poll
The staff at Cars-On-Line.com has put together their annual Car of the Year readers poll. We are excited to announce that the 1940 Cadillac LaSalle Convertible which was previously in our inventory has been nominated. Please click on the photo below to cast your vote and support Daniel Schmitt & Co.