Here is a beautiful running and driving 1966 Corvette Convertible. The car features a 327 cubic inch engine moving the factory rated 300 hp through a 4 speed manual transmission to the rear wheels. The exterior is wearing the correct factory paint color Milano Maroon, code 988 with a white soft-top. The interior is showing black and features power steering, brakes and antenna. This car was sold new at Ted Ewald Chevrolet in Gross Point MI and put into service in January 11th 1966 and the original invoice and Protecto Plate go with the sale. Life just looks better through the tinted front window of this awesome, cruise ready, roadster!
As close as you are going to get to a brand new 1966 Chevrolet C10 Pickup, right here! This truck features the correct and prized 327 V8 hooked up to the upmarket Powerglide automatic transmission with the column shift. Helping keep this truck firmly on the road and in control are power brakes, power steering and a factory front sway bar while rolling on Chevy steel wheels wrapped with Cooper radial tires. The exterior is wearing 2 tone Red paint with a White top and proudly displaying and all pine bed floor. The interior features factory A/C while you look out Soft Ray tinted glass. This truck is as near to perfect condition as it gets and is even more impressive in person.
SG is very proud to be offering this beautiful, numbers matching, 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split window. This car features the legendary 327 cubic inch engine sending the factory rated 300 hp to the posi-traction rear end through a manual 4 speed manual transmission. The car is wearing Ermine White paint, code 936A and sporting factory knock-off rims and red stripe radial tires. The interior is showing the correct red vinyl and features an AM/FM radio, power windows, power steering and power brakes. Believed to an actual 81K mile car, it is stunning as it is desirable!
Here is a very good example of a running and driving 1962 Studebaker Lark TT. This car features a straight six engine hooked up to a 3 speed automatic transmission. The exterior paint is in very good condition and believed original to the car as is the interior.
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.