1969 Fiat 124 Sport coupe

I purchased this car used in 1973 after my new one was totaled in a highway accident. Everything useful from it, including the original interior, transmission and driveline went into this one. Around 1980 the less than perfect front fenders the car came with were replaced with new factory panels and the car was repainted with all trim removed in acrylic enamel. Since then it has had a full mechanical, frame off restoration of the brakes, suspension and driveline, fully Read More

1959 MGA Twin-Cam roadster

Rare, unmolested roadster. One of only 2,111 examples ever produced. Limited ownership, with an extensive and highly-detailed restoration, documented with an article covering its restoration along with photos. Heritage CoA, handbook, and operator’s manual. An exceptional MGA example!

1967 Jaguar E-type Series 1 convertible

Matching numbers, subject of a recent restoration by Jaguar professionals, and one of the last Series 1 XKEs produced. Striking color combination with matching top and boot to interior, this roadster is complete and ready to be shown, driven and enjoyed today.

1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII BN7 roadster

Rare and numbers matching factory tri-carb with center shift BN7. Beautiful concours restoration by the late Tom Rocke of Healey Lane. Multiple show winner. Original U.S.-delivery car with excellent history. Less than 8k miles since full frame off restoration. 85k orig. chassis miles.

1967 Jaguar XKE Series 1 roadster

This numbers-matching E-type was the subject of a recent restoration by Jaguar professionals, and was one of the last of the Series 1 XKEs produced. It features a striking color combination with beautiful exterior and dark blue interior with matching top and boot. Complete and ready to be shown, driven and enjoyed today.

1959 MGA Twin-Cam roadster

A rare and unmolested example that is one of only 2,111 examples ever produced. Collector-owned, with less than 500 test miles since a recent detailed restoration by Twin-Cam specialist Jim Alcorn of La Jolla, CA. Includes books, tools, BMIHT Certificate, and black tonneau cover.

1985 Ferrari 308 GTSi QV NFF targa

The realization of over four years of work and effort with the quest to design and build the most drivable and modern 308 on the road today. Engine and components have not only been completely rebuilt, but re-engineered, eliminating typical reliability problems while boosting displacement to 3.93-liters and the power from 230 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque to a whopping 503 hp at 7,750 rpm and 357 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 rpm on E85. A naturally-aspirated output of Read More

1967 Ferrari 330 GTC by Pininfarina coupe

Spectacular condition. One of only 598 produced. Original matching-numbers engine. Air conditioning. Nearly $100k in restoration receipts. Also includes original owner’s manual, California registrations for the past 40 years, and tools.

The Shops’ Side of Restos Gone Bad

The ink was barely dry on “When Restorations Go Bad” (March 2016, p. 42) when Legal Files received an email from George Medynski: “Nice article. But call me anytime if you want the other side of the story.”

I’m always happy to start a quest with a thrown gauntlet, so I gave Medynski a call.

Medynski is the founder and owner of Tuxedo Motor Sport in Tuxedo, NY. His shop specializes in English car restoration, and it was the first Read More