1962 Fiat 1500 OSCA Pininfarina
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday: By Appointment
Sunday: By Appointment
44 Mill St. Unit D
Healdsburg, California 95448
After Hours Cell (415) 601-7060
Lisbon Portugal +351-925406454
At Sonoma Classic Motorcars we
can arrange all over seas shipping, land transport and customs clearance. MOT, any required modifications or custom builds can be performed at our showroom in Healdsburg.
Please view our current inventory of Classic American and European Cars and Trucks. If you have an interest in a model that is not currently on our showroom floor, please contact us regarding our classic car procurement program.
Please view our Mission Statement
along with our Terms of Purchase Policy. Posted prices are subject to change depending on the exchange rate of the Pound, Euro and Dollar
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Price Upon Request
At Sonoma Classic Motorcars, we specialize in the acquisition, restoration and the sale of classic American Cars and Trucks, as well as select European Sports and Luxury cars. All of our classics have been restored to original or better condition. If you have an interest in a vintage automobile
please visit our showroom in beautiful Healdsburg, California in the heart of the Sonoma Valley Wine country. If a trip to California is not in the plans please contact us and we can discuss the options for viewing one of our classic treasures.
We currently have two customers that would like to discreetly sell their 1963 and 1964 Shelby AC Cobra's. Please view the specifications below. If you have any questions and would like to see images of the Cobra's please contact Marvin.
1963 Shelby AC Cobra
289 CI 271 Horsepower
4 Speed Transmission
Featured in Mustangs and Fast Fords,
The Shelby American
1964 Shelby AC Cobra
289 CI 271 Horse Power
4 Speed Transmission
R & P Steering
Fully Restored - Has not been driven after Restoration
1969 Maserati Mexico 4700 Coupe
1995 Ferrari F1 412 T2
1931 Lancia Lambda IX Coupe DeVille
1966 Shelby Cobra Original First Delivered December 1966.
Price 1.45 Million USD.
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The vehicles located in these columns are not located on our showroom floor in Healdsburg California. The majority of these classics are located in the EU and UK. We have access to these vehicles and will answer any questions that you may have. Please contact email@example.com or call +1415-601-7060 or +351 925 406454Type your paragraph here.
We have just begun the full restoration of this classic 1959 Jaguar XK 150.
Very pleased with the 57, I have had so many offers to buy it from me but it is not for sale.!
The garage had to give a mot test so that I could register it ,It passed with flying colours ! All the mechanics were amazed at the quality of the build, nice one. Thanks again for all your help regards.”
Terry Lea UK.
Sonoma Classic Motorcars will be opening our first European sales office in Cascais, Portugal April 2020. The sales office will feature American and European classic cars and trucks
1967 Maserati Ghibli 4.7
Price : $210,000.00
1950 Fiat 1400 Pinin Farina Coupe
1964 Porsche 904 113
Rare race car that has not been raced. Price $1,650,000
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1946 Fiat 1100 ELR
Ferrari 212 F1 model 1951, 2500cc, 12Cyl, Monoposto chassis 102, New owned as private driver Giovanni Bracco (Winner MilleMiglia 1951) Later owned by Dorino Serafino, he drove the car in Syracusa and Pau (France)
1964 Ford GT40 Prototype, chassis No.102, with a great background history. We are offering you an outstanding package of exciting looks and thrilling experience. The first GT40 was completed early 1964 to to beat ‘il Commendatore’ Ferrari in the Le Mans 24 Hours race. Following the first Ford GT40, GT/101, made its British Press debut April 2, 1964, the second car, GT/102, was debuted for the April Le Mans practice weekend
After solving severe rear lifting issues, which made these cars too dangerous to drive at high speed, GT/102 entered into its first competition at the Nurburgring 1,000-km race 1964.
Although it was forced to finish at the 300-km mark due to the rear suspension, GT-102 showed everyone surprisingly strong and highest performance racing car, ahead of all the Ferraris except Surtees’ 330P. The #102 entered several test runs and races in 1964, and showed the world the Ford GT40 is a forthcoming serious competitor. In 1964, it crashed at Monza test run and sent to the scrap dealer who sold #102 to Vasek Polak (Vasek Polak Racing inc.) He left it in his garage for about 15 years, where it remained untouched. In 1978, It was sold to Ellwood Seabrooke Motors, who replaced the front part of the car and rebuilt it in optical and technical configuration of an MK1, in a street legal version. They used it as street car and in 1997, sold to Mr. Fatemi who imported it to Europe.
The GT40 has been rebuilt to be a competitive and safe race car.