Welcome To Wilson Motor Company
Classic Cars
Rare and Exotic Automobiles
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Triumph • Jaguar • MG • Porsche • Austin-Healy • Ferrari • BMW




ABOUT WILSON MOTOR CO.

Specializing in classic cars as well as special interest automobiles, Dennis Wilson, owner of Wilson Motor Company, has carried on the family business his father started back in 1934.  Today, Wilson Motor Company carries an extensive inventory of many rare and unique cars.  Looking for one you don't see on the web site?  Wilson Motor Company may have the classic car you seek.  It's possible that the car you're looking for is in stock but simply hasn't been posted to the web site.  To be certain, contact Wilson Motor Company directly at 636-239-6781 or via email at wmco@sbcglobal.net


 

WILSON MOTOR COMPANY
679 International Avenue
Washington, Missouri 63090
Phone:  636-239-6781
Fax:  636-239-7873

Email:
wmco@sbcglobal.net

 

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Austin Healey 3000 MK I, 1960. A superb example of one of the best type Healey’s to drive. Prior restoration in beautiful condition. Many extra touches including leather interior, tri-pod lights, Lucas driving lights, 72 spoke chrome wire wheels, recent stainless steel exhaust, LeMans style flip top fuel cap, color matching car cover and a unique removable sound system, more. $49,995.




Triumph TR3A, 1959. Signal red with new black leather interior. Beautiful example of one of the great English sports cars. Includes black soft top, side curtains and a full tonneau cover. Completely serviced and ready for summer. $36,995.





MG TF, 1954. The TF was the last of the MG “T” series cars spanning almost 20 years and some say the nicest looking and best proportioned. There is no doubt that it is the better developed and more reliable. This example is the first version of the TF and is in very good condition. Serviced and tuned in our shop and ready for cruising and show. $25,995.






Jaguar XK-120SE, 1953. This 120 roadster is one of the rare special equipment models. Always a western car from new there is no rust on this numbers matching example. It drives very well, has a great sound from it’s duel exhaust and has the foot box modification which makes it comfortable to drive even for the six foot tall driver. The older paint maintains a shine but is showing age. This Jaguar offers an opportunity for the enthusiast/collector to have a very desirable car that can be enjoyed now whilst planning an easy restoration. The Jaguar-Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate is included. $87,500.






Ford Fusion Titanium, 2013. Only 26,145 miles. Ecoboost 240 horsepower, leather, NAV, sunroof, 19 inch black-chrome wheels, Sony, heated seats and much more. Sports car trades accepted. $23,995.





Triumph TR6, 1972. Very nice Emerald green finish with excellent black interior. Redline tires and Monza style duel exhaust. Factory hardtop in matching color and black convertible soft top. $19,995.





Triumph TR250, 1968. This is a very good example of the one year production TR250. Upgrades include aluminum radiator, alloy wheels. Monza exhaust and 5-speed transmission. $32,995.






MG TF, 1955. This is a very good running and driving TF. It has the 1250cc engine that performs very well. Wire wheels with Michelin tires. Full tonneau cover. Very good condition throughout. Modestly priced at $25,995.






Morgan Plus 4, 1964. This is the car many enthusiasts think of first when visualizing the purist English sports car. This wonderful example has the two litre Triumph engine. The finish is excellent and the leather interior has just the right amount of patina. The 60 spoke chrome wire wheels complete the effect. These very low production classics continue to appreciate. $39,995.




MG Midget, 1979. Only 53,xxx miles. Alloy wheels and luggage rack. Very nice condition. This is a great way to get into a British sports car at an economical price. $6,995.






Triumph TR4A, 1966. Signal red with excellent black interior. All the desired options including overdrive transmission, independent rear suspension and chrome wire wheels with redline tires. Gorgeous walnut dash. $31,995 .





Triumph TR250, 1968. A very nicely restored 250 with the factory surrey top, both aluminum hardtop and the soft top inserts. This car has the Supercharger kit installed that is available from Moss Motors. It also has the 72 spoke chrome wire wheels. $39,995.



Triumph TR4A, 1966. Excellent condition with the options you want, overdrive transmission, independent rear suspension and wire wheels. Don’t miss this one. $29,995.


Corvette, 2007. Only thirty-nine thousand miles from new. Black interior. Four hundred horsepower with six speed standard transmission. I have got over 29 mpg on trips in this car. $29,995.





Triumph TR3A, 1961. Beautiful dark blue exterior with tan interior. Tan top and side curtains. $28,500.





Triumph TR3A, 1962. This is as easy a restoration project that you are likely to find in a TR3A. No rust body and frame. The engine, transmission and differential has been run tested in our shop. The car includes several new parts among them much of the interior including new leather seat covers. $12,995.




SOLD: Triumph TR6, 1972. Rich Damson exterior with black leather interior, overdrive transmission, triple side draft Weber carburetors, and 72 spoke 16 inch chrome wire wheels. Great driving TR with plenty of power and quick throttle response. Very nice condition. Don’t miss this one. $22,995.




SOLD: Triumph TR6, 1974. This is a good entry level TR6. Inca yellow with tan interior and black soft top. Redline tires and duel exhaust. Serviced and ready for summer cruising. $13,995.





SOLD: Corvair Monza, 1966. These are interesting cars and offer an inexpensive way to have a classic convertible that can carry four people on that Sunday outing. This Monza has options that include 4-speed transmission, four carburetor 140 horsepower engine, rally wheels and power convertible top. Very nice condition throughout.





SOLD: MG TA, 1937. Only 3,003 of these tourers were built from 1936 thru 1939. This wonderful example is believed to have had just three owners. An excellent investment opportunity.







SOLD: Triumph TR3A, 1959. Gorgeous red finish with black interior, chrome wire wheels and overdrive transmission. A fresh, unused, new restoration to the next owner of this beautiful TR3A.




SOLD: Triumph TR6, 1975. Beautiful Delft blue with dark tan interior. Redline tires. Very nice condition throughout.





SOLD: Triumph TR6, 1976. Pimento red with excellent original black interior. The odometer shows 42,737 which we believe to be correct. A very nice and unmolested six.




SOLD: Triumph TR250, 1968. An excellent example of the one year production TR250.





SOLD: Triumph TR4A, 1967. Black with red leather interior. From southern California. Wire wheels and independent rear suspension.




SOLD: Triumph TR6, 1971. Signal red with black interior. This is a good example of the early TR6 with a few updates. Drives perfect.



SOLD: Austin Healey 3000 MK I, 1960. Rare BN7 two seat roadster. Chrome wire wheels with leather interior. From long time California owner.

We have many Triumph parts for sale.  Email or call with your request.


 WILSON MOTOR COMPANY
679 International Avenue
Washington, Missouri 63090
Phone:  636-239-6781
Fax:  636-239-7873

Email:
wmco@sbcglobal.net
 


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