Why put money into one $30,000 depreciating toy when for the same money you can own six appreciating toys? You just need to be very selective in terms of what you buy. And remember... cash talks!

1978 Cadillac Seville - view #1
1978 Cadillac Seville

1978 Cadillac Seville - View #2
The quintessential "little old lady" car. The original owner ordered every available option including stock Cadillac wire wheels and the Cadillac CB-radio. 49,000 one owner miles until we purchased it last year. Everything works, including the power antenna!

1979 Lincoln Mark V - view # 1
1979 Lincoln Mark V

1978 Lincoln Mark V - view # 2
77,000 one owner estate car. All components in superb condition. Its huge... its enormous. But it is also sleek and agile. Thirty years from now people will look at this car in amazement.
They just won't make 'em like this anymore.

1982 Mercedes 240D - View # 1
1982 Mercedes 240D

1982 Mercedes 240D -  View # 2
My mother-in-law bought this car new. It was her pride and joy. Unfortunately after my wife inherited it she got into an accident and flipped it upside down. Not to worry! Three years and $8,000 later it is as good as new... except that now it has a power sun roof!

1985 Cadillac Seville - Interior

1985 Cadillac Seville
1985 Cadillac Seville
People tell me that the 4.1 Cadillac engine is no-good. Strange, but I have an 86 Eldorado with that engine that is running just fine with 205,000 miles on the odometer. This 1985 Seville is just nice, nice, nice. It's the right color and with the Vogue tires and carriage roof its a knockout.

 1989 Lincoln Mark VII LSC - View # 1
1989 Lincoln Mark VII LSC

1989 Lincoln Mark VII LSC - Interior 
It's a well mannered but hairy-chested beast! Lincoln's top-of-the-line Luxury Sport Coupe is just about the perfect car for the old car affectionado. If you can find one with under 100K miles and under $5,000... buy it! Performance to satisfy almost anyone combined with all of the luxury toys you could wish for. No wonder the Mark VII seems to be more popular than the bloated looking Mark VIII.

1988 Mustang GT Convertible view #1

1988 Mustang GT Convertible view # 2

1988 Mustang GT Convertible view #3
               1988 Mustang GT Convertible

If you do have the need for speed, this HO 5.0 V8 will take you up to 140 miles per hour. Yes, it's a four speed automatic with rumbling twin pipes from the V8.
With only 62,000 original miles, it's the perfect Rx to get you through a middle-age crisis.

1991 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible - View # 1
1991 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible

1991 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible - Interior
OK, now we can put the top down... put a CD in the audio system and go on a leisurely Sunday drive on the two lane back roads. Cruising in the Chrysler convertible is the perfect and fun way to relax. This car was made for folks who enjoy beautiful things. You won't get the adrenaline rush that the Mustang GT convertible can provide... but then it has more refined manners than the "boy racer" Ford.

  1990 Cadillac Seville -- View #1
1990 Cadillac Seville

 1990 Cadillac Seville -- View #2
I think that this is my favorite car. It has all the luxury features that you would want yet it is small, powerful and quiet. It is a joy to drive and the power seats have an unlimited range of adjustments. The sound system is superb. Set the cruise control and you will be 500 miles down the freeway before you know what happened.

1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati  view 1
1989 Chrysler TC Maserati

1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati view 2
Here is a recent addition to our collection. Chrysler's TC by Maserati. This is car number 273 of only 7,300 that were built in Italy for 1989, 1990 and 1991. The removable hard top conceals a folding black canvas top under the fiberglas boot. Hey, it's sporty and luxurious... an attractive combination.

1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati  view 3

1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati interior

1987 Cadillac Allante
1987 Cadillac Allante
Our latest acquisition is Cadillac's only two seat roadster. It has a removable silver hard top and a black canvas folding top. With only 31,000 miles on the odometer it looks and drives like new. Built in Italy and loaded with electronic displays and gagets, it combines the power of a hot-rod with the luxury of a Cadillac. We feel fortunate to have found and obtained such a remarkable and collectible vehicle. With an original list price of over $54,000, not many were sold