Art & Photography

Todd Lemire

Fri Aug 09 2013 02:15:20 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

I just ran across this drop-dead gorgeous Triumph Italia thanks to the folks at Bring A Trailer. Here's the scoop from the eBay listing:
1964 Triumph Italia—Italian styling with British traditon in sports car engineering at its finest. The TriumphItalia was designed by Michelotti and built by Vignale in Italy on a TR3 rolling chassis. According to the Registry, only 329 were built and only 50 exported to the US and only 17 have survived. This Italia is car # 197.

This Triumph Italia was restored in 2006 with full photo documentation along wilth all receipts on all the work perfomed. Complete history of all owners since new. Triumph Italia’s were produced from 1959-1962. This Triumph Italia was not sold until 1964 in Salem, Mass. It is finished in Silver with Black interior. 62,466 miles. Motor is original to the car. It has chrome wire wheels, is fitted with an overdrive transsmission, and has Marchal fog lights. It comes with original tool kit and impossible to find original sales literature. This is an excellent driving, restored TriumphItalia. For more information call Mike at Vantage Sportscars 407.298.5010 or cell 407.620.6295.

62,466 miles
VIN TS76287LC0
4 Cylinder
4 speed with overdrive
There is no damage evident on this vehicle.This vehicle appears to have been garaged.Not being the original owner of this automobile means savings for you.The previous owner was a non-smoker.The engine on this vehicle is running properly.This vehicle has no known defects.We are unsure of the actual mileage of this vehicle.There are no signs of prior damage on this vehicle.This vehicle has a smooth shifting transmission.All power equipment is functioning properly.Overall, this vehicle's exterior is clean.The interior is clean and in good condition.There is approximately 75% of the tire tread remaining.If you have any questions about this or any of my other auctions please feel free to contact me via e-mail or you can call me at (407) 298-5010. Thank you for your interest and I look forward to hearing from you.

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Todd Lemire

Fri Aug 09 2013 02:15:49 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Up for sale is the STEADFAST-built 1932 Ford sedan. This car hit the show circuit mid-summer 2012, and has not looked back! First we nabbed the GOODGUYS Builders Choice Award in Columbus, Ohio, and then the N.S.R.A. Pro’s Pick in Louisville, Kentucky--and both with no upholstery! With the upholstery finished, on we went to GOODGUYS in Indy to become part of the top five for Hotrod of the Year. For the season finale, we drove the sedan all the way to Daytona Beach, Florida where photographer Steve Coonan shot the car for RODDER’S JOURNAL Number Fifty-Eight.

If you are interested in this car and would like a detailed description, pick up RODDER’S JOURNAL Number Fifty-Eight and check out “Henry’s Ford.” You will learn about how this vehicle was built, and see both the spec sheets and high quality photos that reveal the minute details.

This car will also be featured on shirts and memorabilia for the GOODGUYS SPEEDWAY NATIONALS 2013, which will be held in Indianapolis.

If you have questions or would just like more information, please feel free to call the builder, Henry, at 419.632.3315. You may also send email to and request a full tech sheet on this beauty.

Photos by: Steve Coonan of the Rodder's Journal or John Jackson of Not Stock Photography and a few of our own from our personal collection.

This car is for sale locally, we reserve the right to cancel this listing at any time.

Buy-It-Now $130,000!!

Todd Lemire

Sat Jun 29 2013 00:23:39 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

1977 James Bond "Submarine" Lotus Esprit at auction September 8-9 2013.

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