Sabra Johnson travels collector and classic car circles buying and selling historically significant projects, custom restomods, muscle cars, exotics, classic American trucks and other fun things to offer to his clients in a ready to go condition. All vehicles receive a restoration analysis by City Classic Cars before reentering market. To purchase a collector classic call 832-717-0774.
The 1928 Dodge was the first car to make a clean break with the auto body building traditions carried over from the days of horse-drawn carriages. It was the first car with a body designed to make full use of the properties of sheet steel. It was the first car to be built with the technology that made the modern, mass-produced automobile possible. Ford changed the way labor was organized to build cars. The Dodge Victory 6 changed the way cars were built.
This perfectly restored historically significant 1928 Dodge Brothers Victory 6 (VINU552510) is a 100 point car finished in a factory correct two-tone blue with a stately tan interior, this 1928 Dodge Victory 6 is powered by a fully restored and color matched 6-cylinder engine backed by a manual transmission. The car has been maintained by serious collectors as a signature piece of history for decades. City Classic Cars has completed final touches, verifications, and fresh maintenance. To restored this car today to this level of craftsmanship would be a multiple 6 figure investment. This car is hard to find historically significant car in perfect condition.
The 1928 Dodge Victory Six ranks as one of the most important cars in automotive history, right up there with the 1886 Benz, the 1892 Panhard, the 1908 and 1912 Cadillacs, the Model T Ford, the 1934 Citroën Traction Avant and the 1959 Mini – the cars that changed the course of car design and manufacturing.
This signature piece of automotive history will add depth to any serious historical automotive collection offered at $42, 500
A trim level named the "New York Special" first appeared in 1938 and the "New Yorker" name debuted in 1939. The New Yorker name helped define the Chrysler brand as a maker of upscale models, priced and equipped to compete against upper-level models from Buick, Oldsmobile and Mercury. For Decades, The New Yorker served as the Chryslers brands marquee nameplate.
This 1940 Chrysler New Yorker (Vin 6623469) is a fully restored sedan with 21,936 miles (the title reads mileage exempt). Powering this car is original rebuilt 135hp, 323ci inline-8 engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. This New Yorker rides on a 128-inch wheelbase and has had one repaint. Features include a radio and heater, and the original leather key case is included as well as a stately custom interior combining fine black leather, fine cream leather, fine black ostrich along doors, headliners, sun visors seating complete with fine black loop carpeting and rear king and queen seating for a chauffeured feel and prestige. This is a delicate blend of originality with a custom interior.
The 1940 model year saw the introduction of Fluid Drive, a fluid coupling between the engine and the clutch. The only transmission offered in 1940 was the three speed manual.
This custom Chrysler featuring suicide doors along with a custom interior will make a great parade car for your business, a terrific wedding rental car, movie car or just one fun and unique piece to your collection at $34, 500.
"Born in Detroit, dressed in Milwaukee"- The special edition Harley F-150 was introduced for the 2000 model year displaying unique aesthetic features and minor performance upgrades. The truck's unmistakable Harley Davidson badging, custom paint scheme and pinstriping, and custom Harley interiors made the trucks easy to spot. The 2002 year was the first year the actual performance was increased to Super Truck Levels - The SVT inspired Supercharged 5.4L V-8 340 hp, 425 lb-ft of torque 4R100 automatic transmission.
This 2002 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson Edition (vin1FTRW073X2KC23577) has low miles (54, 500) is powered by a supercharged 5.4-liter V8 engine backed by a 5-speed automatic transmission. Features a gray exterior and interior with Harley Davidson emblems and a painted hard bed cover. It rides on chrome 22-inch custom Giovanni wheels.
The 2002 Harley-Davidson truck completed the quarter mile in 14.6 seconds at 94.7 mph and came to a halt from 60 mph in 126 feet. The 2002 Harley-Davidson model sprinted from 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds, a full 3.1 seconds faster than an F-150 FX4 four-wheel-drive model.
This is a true factory built Four-Wheeled Harley super truck that is ready to be your daily driver, weekend cruiser or welcomed addition to your American Ford Collection at $30, 900