1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Sedan Only 47,836 actual miles! Prior long-term ownership Includes factory books, factory jack, Rolls-Royce guarantee, air pump & more Factory air conditioning Power steering Power windows New Whitewall tires Cold weather door lock shields The 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III featured […]
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From 1952 through to 1957, Maserati cleaned up on the race track, winning seven World Championships and dominating Formula One, in large part due to lead driver Juan-Manuel Fangio. Emphasis then moved to road cars of the gran turismo class when the 3500 GT was […]
New additions to our inventory:
The 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb featured here is finished in classic Light Cream with a beautiful beige leather interior. This incredible 220SEb Cabriolet was just purchased in Southern California from its previous long-term owner. It comes equipped with many rare factory options including air conditioning, power steering, power disc brakes, as well as an automatic transmission. This Mercedes is fully documented with its original owner’s manual, service booklet with records, California registrations, factory tools, and more.
The 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible featured here is finished in stunning Raven Black with a beautiful new black and white interior and black convertible top. This Thunderbird has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. It is highly optioned and is equipped with a factory hard top, soft top, Kelsey Hayes wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, manual transmission, push button radio and more.
1956 Chevrolet 210 Coupe – Orange
1938 Packard 1608 – Burgundy
1979 Ferrari 308GT4 Coupe – Marrone
1931 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Coupe – Gray
1985 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine – Burgundy
1994 Jaguar XJ220 Coupe – Green
1969 Porsche 911 S Restored – Light Ivory
1967 Maserati Ghibli – Silver
1973 Porsche 911 T – Metallic Green
1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III – Black
1962 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon – Black
The Ferrari Dino 246 GT was a rolling homage to Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari, as it offered a uniquely exhilarating mid-engined driving experience that was wrapped up in one of Pininfarina’s most balanced designs. Dino Ferrari, a trained engineer, had proposed a downsized […]
Today’s Trivia question won’t be easy, let’s see how many true car lovers are out there! John’s Trivia Tuesday question is: What was the first U.S. made Postwar car with a sliding canvas sunroof option? A. Chevy Nova B. Buick Skylark C. Studebaker Lark D. […]
Bill Allphin from Burlington KY has recently sent us these pictures of the stunning miniature replica of Daniel Schmitt and Co.’s 1959 Edsel. We asked him to tell us more about this intricate process. Bill wrote:
I’ve been into building model cars since I was a kid (I am about the same age as this Edsel). I graduated to the full-size cars once I reached adulthood (currently restoring an actual 1968 Charger RT for a client) But my love for these little cars has always been there. I guess my mother was right……I’ll never grow up
I’ve always been a fan of the late 50s and early 60s cars. Be them miniature or full size, makes no difference.
The model in question was originally and only produced in 1959. I bought it a few years ago, as a completely unbuilt kit still in its original box. And when I stumbled onto the pictures of the actual car you show. I knew I had found my reference car to replicate.
My build is painted in a light turquoise lacquer with the matching turquoise and white two-tone interior to resemble your listing; all topped off with several coats of clear lacquer to protect it and bring out the shine.
All the chrome is the original as produced in 1959 by the manufacturer. The side trim was replicated with a product called Bare Metal Foil. Which is an extremely thin adhesive backed product designed exclusively for model cars.
The interior was the done in the same 2 tone using the same turquoise with white lacquer and the carpeting was replicated with a product called embossing powder (another trick of the trade in the modeling world).
I try to build these cars to the best of my ability in an attempt to recreate the subject matter as close as I can, within reason. I’ve even done several builds for customers to replicate their actual cars, or cars they used to own.
Should any of your clients desire to have a table top replicate of the new car, send them my way; I may be able to help.
I love the Edsel shown and am so glad I found your pictures online.
I’ve attached several pictures of the model.
Thanks again and have a great Holiday
The 1959 Edsel Corsair Convertible offered here finished in gorgeous Snow White with Blue Aqua trim and a matching interior. This magnificent motorcar was just purchased from Southern California where it was beautifully preserved and maintained. This Corsair is one of only 1,343 built and one of less than hundred known to exist today. It is finished in its original factory colors; this example would be the perfect candidate to add to any prominent collection. This Edsel is fitted with many options including power steering, automatic transmission, push button radio, and of course the 332CI “Express V8” engine. We are proud to offer this Edsel to the most sophisticated collector, investor, or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of this great classic.
For more information, call (314) 291 7000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Tis the season! We appreciate your business and wish you the very best this holiday season! Daniel Schmitt and Co. Classic Car Gallery has a very special offer for all of our returning customers: FREE DELIVERY anywhere in the Continental U.S. , during the whole […]
The 1960 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible featured here is finished in stunning Silver Blue Metallic with a beautiful matching interior and white power convertible top. It was recently acquired from Southern California where it had been meticulously maintained and driven just 79,652 pampered miles from new. This […]