Car number 48. 48 Chevrolet coupe, 305 v8, 2 barrel carburetor, automatic on the floor, dual exhaust.
Here is a very good running and driving example of a 1940 Dodge 220 Sedan. The car features a Dynaflash 248 cubic inch 110 factory rated horsepower straight eight engine paired up to a 3 speed manual transmission. The exterior is very solid and wearing blue while the interior is showing original in very good condition.
You are looking at a ground up restoration of a 1941 Chevrolet Street Rod. The car features a completely rebuilt to stock 350 Chevrolet motor with an MSD ignition hooked up to a 350 Turbo automatic transmission. Helping keep this Rod under control is a Mustang front end with a steering rack and a Camaro rear end out back! The exterior is wearing fresh green paint while the new custom interior shows like new tan and features Dolphin gages, Vintage A/C and a tilt steering column. This car drives straight down the road and has amazing handling with the suspension upgrades.
Here is the Flagship of the Cicardo Fleet, an excellent running and driving 1941 Willy 3 Window Coupe. This rod features a 4 bolt main Chevrolet 350 engine sending power to the rear wheels through a Turbo 400 automatic transmission with a shift kit and a 2000 stall converter controlled with a floor mounted B&M slap-stick shifter. The glass body features suicide doors with hidden door hinges and handles while wearing Silver Metallic paint with classic flames. The interior is showing grey and features power windows, custom reclining back sports seats with side bolsters, LaCarrera billet steering wheel attached to a tilt column, Dolphin quad gauges and a Southern Air A/C system running 134a. This car is ready for the road!
A driving force in the Hot Rodding hobby in the LaCrosse River Valley, Tom and Lori Cicardo have been cruising for years and they are hard to miss when rolling by! With a fleet consisting of 3 Willys and 1 Studebaker Hot Rod, their rides have always stood out from the rest. The time has come for the Cicardo’s to pass along their legacy and SG Auction is proud to have been selected to find their treasured Hot Rods new homes. Here is an opportunity to carry on that cruising legacy and welcome one, or all of these amazing Hot Rods into your collection!
Selling at No Reserve is an excellent running and driving example of a 1948 Willys CJ-2A. the little truck features a F134 Hurricane 4 cylinder motor which was treated to a complete rebuild in 2016 including: honing cylinder walls , new pistons, rings and rods. To keep the fresh motor running cool, a new Aluminum radiator was installed with the rebuild. Currently, there are less than 100 miles on all the mechanical updates. The exterior is wearing yellow paint with all the sheet metal in good condition with the undercoating below the body. The interior is in good condition with the seats showing like new. The top, which is a super rare to find on these Willys, is also in good condition. This CJ-2A runs good and is ready for many years of fun reliable driving.
Here is a beautiful running and driving example of a 1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coupe. The car features a 1955 Chevrolet 235 Cubic inch 6 cylinder sending power to the rear wheels through a 3-speed manual column shift. The exterior is wearing fire engine red paint, which was applied in the early nineties. The interior seats have been re-upholstered with cloth showing a herringbone pattern. The car is a very good driver and moves electricity via the original 6 Volt wiring system and exhaust through a custom dual system. The car is being sold with the owner’s manual plus a Fenton dual carb intake manifold and both carburetors.
You are looking at an excellent running and driving example of a 1942 Chevrolet 1/2 ton pickup truck. This truck features a period correct and restored straight 6 engine moving power to the rear wheels through a 3 speed manual transmission. As evident from the photos, the truck has recently gone through a frame off restoration using mostly original parts. More to come…
Here is a complete, nearly rust free, all steel 1940 Dodge D-14 Coupe. The car does not run but the believed to be original straight six engine and transmission are still in the car. That said, it is most important to recognize this D-14 Coupe is from Texas and mostly complete!
This collection of vehicles comes from Major Eugene Severn, a retired Air Force pilot with 22 years of service under his wings. During his career the Major was stationed at many different air bases stateside: North Carolina, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Texas. The Major served overseas at Etain Air Base in France, Rhein Main Air Base in Germany, and Kaoena AFB in Okinawa, Japan. His favorite and the place he called home for many years was Texas. While stationed in James Connally Air Base in Texas the Major started his car collection with the Dodge Coupe D-14 and the 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk, which he purchased brand new. The Major personally drove the Golden Hawk up to Iowa in the early 70s then put the car on blocks in a friends garage where it remained until June 2018! Since arriving in Iowa, the Majors collection grew to over 20 cars. That said, his love for machines was not limited to cars. The Major, not surprisingly, had a love for airplanes as well. In his prime he owned and operated a 1946 Cessna 120, a 1949 Cessna 140A, a 1950 Swift and a Culver Cadet.