Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1974
Excalibur Phaeton Series II. The Excalibur was manufactured in
Milwaukee Wisconsin. It was built to resemble the 1928
Mercedes-Benz SSK. Over 3,500 Excalibur's were built before the
final car was built in 1990. The Excalibur became one of the most
successful replicas produced with owners including Phyllis Diller,
Tony Curtis, Ronald Reagan, and Steve McQueen to name a few. This
1974 Excalibur Phaeton Series II comes with 454 V-8 Corvette engine
attached to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. The exterior is
painted in bright red with a black cloth top. Exterior features
include stainless steel trim, dual side mounts, real wire wheels,
side curtains, luggage rack w/ leather trunk, air horn, fog lights,
and exposed manifold exhaust pipes. The red leather cockpit has
seating for four. Other features include variable ratio power
steering, servoed four-wheel disk brakes, "Positraction"
differential, tilt steering wheel, and air conditioning. Don't miss
out on your chance to own a rare piece of automotive history as
only 92 Excalibur Phaetons were built in 1974.
1974 Excalibur Phaeton
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