Antique Cars

Cars – Antique: Pre-1942

An antique car, in the general sense of the term, is an automobile that is an antique. In the United States, an antique car is generally defined as a car over 45 years of age, this being the definition used by the Antique Automobile Club of America. However, the legal definitions for the purpose of antique vehicle registration vary widely. 
The antique car era includes the Veteran era, the Brass era, and the Vintage era, which range from the beginning of the automobile up to the 1930s. In original or originally restored condition antiques are very valuable and are usually either protected and stored or exhibited in car shows but are very rarely driven.
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1914 Ford Model T Roadster
This wonderfully restored vehicle is now located in the Mass Mobility Gallery at the Gateway Colorado Auto Museum
1929 Packard 7 Passenger Sedan
Rare 1929 Packard 7 Passenger Sedan – came into our facility with an old paint job from the 1970’s. The colors were period correct, but when we stripped the car, we found evidence that the original paint was a different color.

Starting with a blue car and ending with the correct burgundy car makes a big difference. Restored to perfection it has become a Concours Show Car, winning awards at many events including Amelia Island Concours D’ Elegance. Blue – as it arrived
1930 Ford Model A Sedan
This was a nice original vehicle. The customer wanted a color change and complete restoration.
1931 Dodge Coupe
Restoration is something needed when a car is rusted, wrecked, or the owner wants to bring the vehicle back to its original glory. Preservation is also important and this 1931 Dodge Coupe was preserved instead of tearing it down for a complete rebuild.
1932 Chevrolet Roadster
What a fantastic vehicle, and a great customer. Restoration of a fine and much driven car.
1935 LaSalle Sedan
This great old LaSalle Sedan has been with the current owner for many years. After searching for a reputable restoration facility, we were chosen to restore the car. The restoration has allowed the owner to drive and enjoy the car while winning awards at every event!
1936 Packard Coupe
This beautiful Grand Classic was sent to us to disassemble due to engine issues. Once the engine was repaired and replaced, we then re-assembled the vehicle along with completely detailing the exterior for our client.
1940 Dodge Sedan
“Oscar” – has been part of the same family since new!

After many years of storage in a garage, we restored it back to its previous glory so the family can once again drive him style. We thank them for allowing us to bring back a piece of their family history.
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