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We buy, sell, repair,
and restore collectible cars
Over 50 classics and performance cars in a 50,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility.

2014 Corvette 3LT

Super rare 7 speed manual. Pampered
with 18,000 miles and in as-new
condition. Massive savings over new,
ready to enjoy.


1972 Mercedes-Benz

Flagship Mercedes-Benz with the big displacement
engine. The most complete and comprehensive
documentation we have seen from new. Incredible
86k mile original. Fabulous motoring experience.


2001 Corvette

In nearly perfect condition, has never been in an
accident, runs perfectly, all the functions work as
they should, AC ice cold, top like new, and tires
were recently replaced. Ready for summer.


1978 Ferrari 308 GTS

Wonderfully kept and preserved
308GTS. The last of the carbureted
Ferraris. Design icon and blue chip


1970 Triumph Spitfire

The work of famed Italian designer
Giovanni Michelotti, it was then and
now one of the most attractive small
convertibles of its era. All sorted and
tons of fun for little investment.


1962 Austin Healey
3000 tri-carb

1966 Olds Cutlass

This rare triple carburetor car needs
nothing other than a new caretaker to
drive and enjoy the Big Healey experience,
while values continue to go up.

This classic Olds is amazing.
Everything has been restored. A total
nut and bolt restoration to a very,
very high standard.



1974 MG MGB

Chance to own a beautiful Chrome grill
MGB English open roadster in excellent
shape. Must see. A sound investment,
both emotionally and financially.


Your one stop shop for repair, restoration, sales
Down draft heated paint booth • Laser alignment • Vapor blasting • Road force balancing • Classic auto air and 5 speed conversion
Please call if you have a classic car for sale. • Follow us on Facebook at It’s Alive Automotive
11714 Saint Charles Rock Road • Bridgeton, MO 63044 • 314-348-5774 • •


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