Classic Motor Carriages Inc.
16650 N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33054
Classic Motor Carriages was founded in 1973. In 1978 wealthy Fort Lauderdale resident George Levin bought the firm and unleashed a marketing blitz. Soon CMC cars were displayed in airport lobbies from Newark to Seattle. And orders poured in so fast that the company abandoned its modest Hallandale headquarters and moved to the mammoth warehouse on the Palmetto.
In the 1970s Automobili Intermeccanica in Santa Ana, California were the largest manufacturer of Speedster Kits but in 1979, Tony Baumgartner bought out Frank Reisner's 50% share of Intermeccanica and sold the Speedster project to Classic Motor Carriages. Fiberfab Inc. was acquired by Classic Motor Carriages in the 1980s. So CMC became the largest Speedster replica manufacturer selling several hundred kits and factory cars a year.
The offer also includes the AC Cobra, Bugatti Type 35, MG TD, GT40, 1934 Ford, Gazelle, Tiffany, Destiny, Speedster 356, Speedster 359 and Speedster C.