Antique Car Collection 4 Cars 1920 Willys 1921 Model 1929 Buick 1928 Chevy Truck

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  • Item location: Elmer, New Jersey, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • Trim: Truck Sedan
  • Year: 1928
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • Engine size: 4 cylinder
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Chevrolet Other Pickups 1928 Description

Estate SaleJust Removed From StorageAll 4 Cars/Truck Where Restored 10yrsRust Free
Each Vehicle Fires With Either, Fuel Systems Need CleaningNew Battery's Included
Price Above Is For The Collection
1920 Willys Overland Touring Car 4Clean Title1921 Ford Model T Coupe 4Registration Card Only1927 Buick Sedan 6Clean Title
1928 Chevrolet 1 Ton TruckTransferable Registration

1929 BUICK



The Buick name plate has been around for over 100 years. In fact, Buick is one of the oldest car manufacturers in existence today. Some of the things that you may not have known about Buick is that they patented the overhead valve system that almost all cars use even today. And by 1908 Buick nestled into the #1 spot in the production count of automobiles, producing 8800 cars, beating their competitors Ford and Oldsmobile. Buick was always a step up from their competitors producing vehicles a little more luxurious and a little more powerful. Not quite as elite as Cadillac, but Buick held its own. If you couldn’t afford a Cadillac, Buick was next on the list. This 1927 Buick Big 6 Saloon captured it all. It was roomy, it ran smooth and provided plenty of power to move your family around in style. Please read on to find out the condition of this vehicle and let us know of any questions you may have.


As you can see from the photos the exterior has been restored and presents very well. The restoration was done some time ago and still holds great shine and luster. All the glass is in excellent condition and all the lights work properly. The wheels and tires are in great shape and the body is extremely solid and straight. The chrome grill is in excellent condition and whatever bright work there is also in excellent condition. The vehicle would stand proud at any car show or cruise night. Please review the pictures and let us know of any questions you may have.


The interior presents beautifully. It has been restored for presentation and comfort. All the gauges work properly and the dash was restored and presents excellent. Look at the pictures and notice that the door panels have also been updated along with the headliner and floor. The windows operate properly and everything works. This car had attention paid to detail when it was restored. The pictures speak for themselves. Please let us know of any questions you may have

Drive Train:

The drivetrain is mostly original and all Buick. Still has original stampings on the Straight 6 cylinder engine. It starts and runs and stops. We would recommend that you go over the drivability and safety before taking it on long trips. The suspension is good and tires and brakes are good too. There is not much technology under the hood so getting it to tip top condition will not take much. The drive train was rebuilt some time ago, and just needs to be freshened up!

In Summation…..Cars from this era seemed to never die out. Maybe it’s because its such an important part of history or maybe because the style is timeless…Whatever the reason, for the money, this car would be perfect for any collection or Buick lovers. Let us know of any questions!!!

1920 Willys Overland

Touring Car – Horseless Carriage!!

Rare Motor Car – From Private


This car and the Willys-Overland name represents a time or an era where our ideas for a new business were always put on paper or a napkin(whatever was available) and discussed over a drink. Then into brick and mortar. Since back in the teens the automobile was still being development and the never ending need for travel was here to stay. It was cars like these that gave us our sense of freedom. Where a Sunday drive was a treat, not a necessity. Every smart engineer or builder were always finding ways to do it better, to make it faster and that’s how companies like the Willys Overland were formed and developed. This 1920 Willys Overland was recently removed out of a collection of cars that housed all these late teens to early 30’s automobiles. This car was restored years ago and still presents great. Please read on about this rare find and let us know of any questions you may have.


As you can see from the pictures this vehicle shows great. Being restored years ago the paint still shows luster and the bright work still has shine. The body is original will all wheels being original as well. The glass is intact and in good condition. Tires were replaced at some point and have plenty of tread and hold air. This car would be a great show car and great for parades once it is running. Please look at the pictures and let us know of any questions you may have. Sorry no top.


Well there is not much to the interior of this vehicle, but what is in there has either been restored or maintained throughout its almost 100 years of its existence. The pictures speak for themselves. You can tell the car was well preserved. Please look at all the pictures and let us know of any questions you may have.


The engine is the 4 cylinder in line side valve motor. Its 143.04 Cubic inches and produces a whopping 19.6 brake horse power. The engine is fitted with the Tillotsen carburetor and a 3 speed gearbox. The car has been started or run in years but has been stored and a climate controlled garage and the motor spins freely and the vehicle can be pushed around. No brake lock up. It won’t take much to get this old 1920 Willys Overland running again.

In summation, this vehicle represents so much of our past and how our country possessed such innovators and entrepreneurs back in the day. Getting this car running again brings alive the history of our automobile and the culture of the way America used to be. Please let us know of any questions you may have!

1928 Chevy Pick Up



The first Chevy truck rolled off the assembly line on December 2, 1916. They actually should have come up with the Chevy song, “Like a Rock” back then because these trucks were all utilitarian and drove like a rock. But this was the truck that started it all and opened up a whole new world not only for Chevy, but for America. Trucks like this built our country and need to be seen and valued for more than just an old vehicle. This 1928 Chevy Truck is like the dually of today. Coming with a 1 ton hauling suspension it was able to bring more material and more people to the job site. It came from a climate controlled warehouse collection and has been sitting in that environment for some time. Please read on to find out more information on this vehicle. As always, let us know of any questions you may have.


As you can see from the photos that this truck presents very well and this truck has been fully restored some time ago and has been well preserved. The body is all steel and in excellent condition. The glass is perfect and the wooden bed has been refinished beautifully. The little car in the back does NOT come with the truck unless negotiated in the price. The wheels are in excellent condition and all lights work. Please take a look at the photos and let us know of any questions!


The interior is in excellent condition and was restored and preserved. The seats and door panels are in excellent condition and so are the sail panels and headliner. It really brings you back in time.


The original engine does fire with starter fluid however, we did not go any further from there. We would empty the gas tank and flush the lines. The charging system has been converted to 12 volt. As you can see in the photos that the engine is all there and was freshened a while ago. Please let us know of any questions you may have.

In summation….These trucks are truly the heartbeat of America. It is so much more than just a truck….it encompasses what this country was based on and symbolizes how far we’ve come!!

1921 Ford Model T

Doctor’s Coupe

The Model T – a vehicle that was voted the most influential car of the century, was not because they sold over 16.5 million units in its life, but it was a vehicle that symbolized the growth and innovation of a country that was flowing into modernization quicker than our roads and highways were being developed. Cars like this will never die in popularity because even though our generation becomes less interested in these cars because it’s not made of muscle and horsepower, there are still a handful of people that truly car about the significance of a car like the Model T. The Model T was literally the life blood of the American family. Collect these cars because of its history and heritage, and because our forefathers of America built them with pride, sweat and tears. Please read on about this particular Model T – Doctor’s Coupe and view all the photos provided. Let us know of any questions you may have.


The exterior of this vehicle is in very good shape. It shows an early restoration back in the 80’s and has been removed from a collector’s climate controlled warehouse just a few weeks ago. The body panels are solid along with the floors and rails. The wheels are original and have been refinished the same time the car was. The glass is all intact along with the lighting too. The removeable top is new. This vehicle is good to go in its current condition as a driver or you can invest a good wet sand and buff along with pin striping to make it really pop. Please look at the pictures and let us know of any questions you may have.


The interior has also been restored the same time the body has been. It presents very well as do the door panels and flooring. A quick freshon up would do it justice. There is not much to the interior of this vehicle and the pictures show it all. Please let us know of any questions you may have.


The original engine was freshened up at the time of restoration. It will need to be gone over again because the car will crank with starting fluid but we haven’t drop the tank and cleaned out the lines. There won’t be much to get this car going again. Once you get it running you will need to test braking. It still has its original 6 volt charging system. Please let us know of any questions you may have.

In summation….realize when looking and thinking about purchasing this vehicle, if you don’t know, research what they symbolized back then and why this vehicle was so important to America’s growth and economy. Thank you for reading and we hope to hear from you soon.

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