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Jim's Car Collection

Jim Roberts has been collecting and restoring classic cars for nearly fifteen years. He has traveled to many car shows and sought out private sellers throughout the country, seeking classic cars with their original equipment intact. He has then devoted years to carefully restoring them to showroom condition. These images link to pages with his favorites:

1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible

The famous “slab sided” “suicide door” Lincolns introduced in 1961 are forever associated with President…

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1963 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III Standard Saloon

  For many, the Silver Cloud series (I, II, III) represents the apogee of hand-built…

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1963 Lincoln Sedan

In 2016, Jim purchased a rare but dowdy 1963 Lincoln sedan. His goal was to…

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1972 Mercedes Benz

This car is a 1972 4.5 liter sedan, the last year of production of the…

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1974 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow

The Silver Shadow, like its predecessor, the Silver Cloud, was designed by John Blatchley, but…

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1988 BMW 635 Coupe

The BMW 635 Coupe was in continuous production from 1973 to 1989 and is one…

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1988 Porsche 911 Carrera

In 2021, Jim purchased this 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera from Bruce Canepa of Canepa Sports,…

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1989 Mercedes 560 SEL

The W126 body style for the S-Class was in development for 6 years under the…

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1989 Mercedes 560 SL

The car you see is a 1989 series R107 Mercedes SL roadster in a very…

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Cars Formerly in Jim's Collection

1949 Cadillac Convertible

The 1949 Series 62 was the second year of the Harley Earl design with P-38…

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1965 Buick Riviera

The first generation Buick Riviera was introduced in 1963 and built through the 1965 model…

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1960 Jaguar XK 150 FHC (3.8 Liter)

The XK-150 was the last series of the famous XK Jaguars that first saw sustained…

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1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible

The Pontiac GTO was first produced in 1964 and became the definitive muscle car of…

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