1986 Tiffany Classic Coupe
1986 Tiffany Classic Coupe
1986 Tiffany, the Epitome of the Neo-Classic motor car. This spectacular car was built in Florida by the Classic Motor Carriage Company. Utilizing a new Mercury Cougar chassis and frame, fiberglass body panel components were attached to create a look that was much like the very expensive cars of the 1930's with open headlights attached to curving fenders that had spare tires nestled in to them. Also, long hoods with flexible exhaust piping snaking out of them, to a rear mounted trunk strapped on with original leather belting. It was all about the replicated look, but with modern amenities.
This long hooded classic from 1936…AHEM!! I mean 1986, with all the fixings is here at Classic Auto Mall ready to whisk you to the country club for that round of golf with Al Czervick, and Judge Smails, or dinner at the Fedora Lounge with the Mrs. as they say.
Bathed in Snow White paint from tip top toe, and then put on enough chrome accoutrements to make Google proud, this Tiffany presents very nicely, and has amazingly low consigner stated miles. (20,440). From its swept back 1930's style grille which is flanked by open headlights which organically grow from the fenders, and 4, count em, 4 trumpeting horns, which will have all the lessers scattering out of your way when you hit it! Stepping up on the side running boards a large single door for each side offers easy access for the driver and his passenger. A landau style bar is attached to each side of the B pillar, and the cabin abruptly ends in a spacious actual trunk. By actual trunk I mean an actual trunk with leather belts strapping it on (supposedly) to the rear of the car. Nice dual bar chrome bumpers undulate on the bow and stern of this car.
Inside we are met with door panels, front buckets, and a rear bench with a console and padded armrest all clad in tan leather. Many buttons and toggles to keep the passengers busy with electric power windows, mirrors, and seat controls. The dash presents in digital form with digital speedo readout, gauges, and a climate control center…all 7 segment digital readout, with a green glow. On the floor we see it flooded with gold color carpeting in nice condition, and a headliner that has nary a mark on it.
But your favorite mainstream piece is found under the classically-styled hood. That's Ford's trusty 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8 providing all the power. This one appears quite stock, which is something we always like to see. But before you get too wild, just know that this V8 already runs smoothly, and it's backed up by the right components like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
Minor surface rust is noted on the frame, but it remains structurally sound. Typical of steel and undercarriage wear and tear from 1986 and being in the elements, however really unremarkable. Floorpans, and toe kicks are rust free, and all original. Rockers are strong and the body hangs straight and true from the frame.
We can jest tongue in cheek for a while, however really the concept of an older looking car with modern power conveniences is shades of an early “resto-mod?” Think about and it makes sense. Think about this and it will make you seem RICH! Look! It's an Excalibur, No! Its A Zimmer! NO… It's a Tiffany…. baby!
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.