by Rudy Lioce Jr. in 1990, his plan was to sell mostly antique,
classic and muscle cars with a few late model vehicles thrown
in. The collector car market, that had been booming in the
mid to late 80's, started to dry up in the early 90's forcing
more late model vehicles
to be brought in. After starting with just 3 antique cars
for sale, they now average 16 to 18 autos for sale, most
of which are late models. The mix between late models and
antique vehicles varies depending on the season. Antiques,
classics and muscle cars are their passion being collectors
as well as dealers.
company has grown from just auto sales to also include a
complete automotive repair facility,
flatbed towing service and locating
service for late model and antique vehicles.
Rudy Lioce III joined his father in August 2003 after 10
years as a technician with a local new car dealership. He
is an ASE Certified Master Technician and runs the service
department. They do all types of repairs
and service on antique and late model vehicles
from computer diagnostics and engine repair to brake jobs
and oil changes.
Growth requirements in the service department made it necessary
to build an addition to their existing building. The new
area houses the antique autos that are for sale, but not
displayed outdoors during the winter months. Recently they
added a new car carrier and another technician to their
growing facility. In the future they plan to increase the
number of late model and antique autos for sale.