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1940 Packard 110 Sedan

Purchased by seller in 2010. Full engine rebuild in 2011 followed by new paint and interior since 2012.
Recently rebuilt generator, wiper motor, new radiator, new heater core, new water pump, hoses & thermostat and fan belt, full distributer rebuild and many other accessories.
All doors adjusted, lubricated and or rebuilt.
This car always starts right up and it runs, looks sharp inside and out and drives very nicely.

Asking $32,000 OBO Contact Dave@ragtops.com or call 215.527.1409

1970 Alfa Romeo GTA Reproduction

The 1970 Alfa Romeo GTA reproduction was one of Alfa Romeo’s most successful models at the time.

The GTA reproduction is built from a sought after 1970 GT Junior 1300 shell powered by a race developed 2.0 -liter, four-cylinder engine that produces >150 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 137 lb-ft of torque at 3,200 rpm. Exact numbers unknown, but car engine has racing cams and was de-tuned to make it more road friendly. The engine was mated to a five-speed manual transmission, 2nd gear syncromesh replaced. The car has several alfaholics parts installed and GTA door handles. Windows: side windows have been replaced with racing perspex units, cabin is stripped out and a roll-cage installed. Car is tuned to run on 100+ octane fuel and has participated in several touring car rally’s in main land Europe.

The GTA is a stylish and sporty coupe, with a sleek design that was typical of Italian cars of the era. It featured a long hood, a short rear deck, and a distinctive Alfa Romeo grille. It was also successful on the racetrack, with several Junior models competing in the European Touring Car Championship in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Today, the Alfa Romeo is considered a classic car and is highly sought-after by collectors and enthusiasts. Its timeless design and sporty performance have ensured that it remains a popular choice for those looking for a stylish and fun-to-drive classic car.

Offered at $65,000 OBO Contact Dave@ragtops.com or call 215.527.1409

1963 Triumph Herald Convertible

An award winning, body-off-frame restored classic is powered by a rebuilt 1500cc Triumph Spitfire engine. A T9 5-speed manual transmission and dual SU carbs make this Herald a joy to drive. With front disc brakes and rear drums, this car stops as good as it goes. The 13 inch Mini Lite wheels and Komoto tires add to the car’s handling as the driver sits behind a Moto Lita steering wheel.
This jasmin yellow British classic sports a new convertible top, a black interior, and a refreshed wood dash holding a working speedometer, odometer, fuel and temperature gauges. The car comes with an excellent condition car cover, the original steering wheel, original wheels and with like-new tires and hub caps, assorted other parts and materials including an owner’s manual
This is a no expense spared restoration that is fully sorted, ready to drive and enjoy !

Asking $28,995 OBO

Contact Dave Hutchison at Dave@ragtops.com or call 215.527.1409.

1963 Morgan 4/4

Current owner bought this car in late 2014. At the time it was painted yellow and was not in particularly good shape.  I realized that it was possible that the car needed a total rebuild, but I was hoping for the best.  Alas, the best didn’t pan out, and virtually every system in the car needed some work, so we rebuilt all of the mechanicals including the 115 E engine and fitted a Weber downdraft carburetor….  It was determined that the wood structure was too far gone so an entirely new white ash body was built by Morgan and shipped here to the states and fit to the car. The body was painted in British racing green. All work was done by Ragtops & Roadsters in Perkasie PA.  Receipts are available for your inspection… This is a turn-key sorted car that is ready to drive and enjoy fall foliage!

Asking $34,500 OBO

Contact Dave Hutchison at Dave@ragtops.com or call 215.527.1409.

1960 MG A – SOLD

This 1960 MGA has been fully restored and maintained for the 11 years since purchased by the. current owner. The car had 82,576 miles on it when restored and has a bit more than 85,000 miles on the odometer now. The prior owner disassembled the car and had it painted BRG which still looks new and fresh.  This is because it has been stored in a heated, dehumidified garage since restoration with current owner. The car was never driven in the rain.  A radio and a few MG books are included. The engine runs strong, car brakes straight and handles well with no noises or vibrations.  It is ready to drive, show and enjoy…. 


Contact Dave Hutchison at Dave@ragtops.com or call 215.527.1409.

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