(if a car is not pictured here, it has been sold)

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Awesome restored 1960 Bugeye Sprite for sale with wire wheels and all the right upgrades!
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Outstanding 1960 cherry Red Bugeye Sprite for sale

Now sold to David in Martha’s Vineyard!!! Congratulations!

This is a great car with really nice panel gaps and a very handsome color scheme. I happen to love the red on red color scheme, it’s completely correct and appropriate for the era! You just don’t see this kind of color grouping anymore, and it’s part of the fun! If it were my car, I would add a red top too to match! (and a white top would also look great, although there is nothing wrong with the current black top…)

This is “Hudson,” (AN5L 38415) a very strong Bugeye in original cherry red, first titled as a 1961 but built in 1960. The car underwent an impressive ground-up restoration in 2004 and it still looks better than new. Mileage showing is 67,427. Could be original mileage? Always hard to tell but the records might verify that the odometer never turned over.

I like the incredibly detailed records that come with this car. The fellow who commissioned the restoration traced ownership right back to the very first owner. You can see this document in the photo gallery. In fact, the car comes with an impressive notebook with dozens of receipts, including a build sheet for the engine work, also done before 2010 with only about 3000 miles driven since.

The interior is excellent, and the car is great to drive. Engine bay is quite clean too, with the original 948 power plant and four speed transmission.

Top and windows are good, (see photos below) tires are striking period white wall bias-plys. Red with red seats is the factory correct color scheme. This is a great car for anyone who wants a show-ready car and to have a great time driving to events in style!

Great 1960 Iris Blue Bugeye Sprite fully restored and for sale!

Now sold to Steve and Dawn in Delaware! CONGRATULATIONS!

This is AN5L 36845 “Morrie.” We have owned this car before and it has received a ton of work and new parts. It is an excellent driver, restored and quite sharp. I just drove the car to lunch and enjoyed the smooth ride courtesy of recent tires and new shocks all around! Check out the video below!

It’s a very stock car, with a 948 CC power plant and drum brakes on all four corners. The interior is quite nice, with new seat foam and great new seat covers in the correct navy color scheme with light blue piping. Carpet and panels are also nearly new.

The tires are nearly new as is everything else. This car has been the subject of a comprehensive restoration about ten years ago. Fewer than 1000 miles have been driven since. This is a great Bugeye for anyone looking to tool around the neighborhood in a mostly stock Sprite, with a big smile on their face!

Three point inertia seat belts and a great blue tonneau are nice upgrades! Also included are top and window storage bags. The top is good and the windows are nearly new.

This is a very clean restored car and ready to enjoy this summer! Now available for $21,995!

Restored 1959 Bugeye Sprite for sale!

Here’s another really nice car for sale. Check out the new video below!

NOW SOLD to Tim in Arizona! Congratulations!

“Heidi” is a solid Texas car that has been sitting for the past 20 years. We brought it out of hibernation and freshened all the mechanicals and restored the paint. Now we have something really special that shines beautifully.

We spent a lot of time to make this car right again. For example, we replaced the battery, fuel tank, fuel cap, rubber filter neck gasket, all wheel cylinders, slave cylinder, master cylinder, all the shock absorbers, radius arm bushings, carpet, seats, and seat foams. We also changed the water pump, all the hoses and the heater valve.

We re-trimmed the cockpit front rail in the correct black vinyl and polished the other pieces. We sanded and buffed the paint and replaced the tires. Now the car drives wonderfully. It rides smoothly on new rubber and is nicely damped on new shocks. We adjusted the valves, changed the oil, tuned the engine and made this car wonderful again. Now she’s ready for a new home.

The car has a nice new flip-up nose, which a lot of clients because of improved engine access. This one is further modified with an internal hood release, a great feature that eliminates the need for rubber or leather hold-down straps. It works!

The interior is excellent, mostly new, with new carpet, new panels and new foam and seat covers. Underside is solid. A really nice uprated canvas top is included, as shown in the photo gallery. A good tonneau is also included. I’ll get some pix of that posted shortly, and pix of the sidecurtains as well.

Give a call if you would like to make Heidi your car!

Inexpensive restored Bugeye for sale for summer fun! (Or convert to electric?)

Now sold to John in Washington DC! Congratulations John!

Meet “Bridget.”

I bought this car to offer customers an inexpensive yet solid Bugeye. You’ll never find another Bugeye freshly-restored and rust-free, equipped with wire wheels, disk brakes, a rebuilt transmission, lower (highway) rear end ratio and an upgraded/more powerful rebuilt engine for this price. This offer gives those of you on a budget a chance to get into the game with a really nice car at a very reasonable price.

NEW! We’ve removed the later seats and are building Bugeye seats to go back in. Trunk is now accessible, and quite clean. Thinner Bugeye seats will accommodate a wide range of drivers! More pictures coming soon!

The car is affordable because it’s a Bugeye built on a 1976 Midget platform (hence “Bridget,” get it?). However, unlike Bugeye noses on square Spridget bodies, this car got a new nose as well as a new Bugeye rear clip, so it looks very much like a Bugeye. The nose, rear fenders and deck are fiberglass which makes the whole package lighter, and which also opens up the possibility of converting this car to an electric FrogE.

If you are interested in our electric conversions, you can purchase the car from us and then hire us to convert the car to electric, and, once complete, we can send it right to your door. In this way, you don’t have to budget for an expensive restoration before the electric conversion begins.

While we can be purists (as evidenced by the national level concours gold Sprite we built a few years ago), this is a car for the rest of the world. It’s simple and looks and feels pretty much like a 1275 disk brake equipped Bugeye. One big benefit is the half elliptical (later) rear leaf springs, which make the ride more plush. The single carb 1500 engine has plenty of pep. It has a spin on oil filter, alternator, dual master cylinders, and expansion tank cooling system, all benefits courtesy of this later Midget platform.The wire wheels are the proper factory original style, (not the dangerous bolt-on conversion).

Give a call if you want to take this car home. It’s quite sharp with tons of curb appeal with either the current (quite-capable) gas power plant or an electric conversion.

Best of the best 1959 Bugeye Sprite for sale

This is “Aiden,”(AN5L 15221).

After the roughly 250 Bugeyes that we have loved, we can say with confidence that this is one of the best. Take a good look if you are the type of person who loves exceptionally well-restored cars. This one is better than any new Bugeye… the build and finish quality is far better than what you would find in the dealership in 1959.

What makes it better is the last restorer. The fellow who restored this car (and completed it in 2010) was a master. He clearly spent a lot of time getting every panel gap just right, because this is not the norm for a car that was $1,795 when new. Every seam and gap is perfect.

New video! Walk-around tour

He also used a chip guard paint in the wheel wells, under the car and under the hood. This is not the way the factory did things… probably because of cost of material and complexity that would impractical given manufacturing line application… but this had made a huge difference and helped keep the underside of this car looking brand new.

It hasn’t been used much since restoration. 29,364 shows on the odometer and the car presents as though it has been driven fewer than 1000 miles since completion.

Other great features… the builder painted the inside of the drive shaft tunnel… no one does that… and the car has AH emblems on the three point seat belts… very elegant. Handsome wood steering wheel, uprated cam, K&N lifetime air filters, custom fuse box weather protector. Electric fuel pump upgrade. Spin on oil filter too.

This car is top shelf.

What impresses me the most is that this car is still perfect nearly eight years after the rebuild was completed. The car still looks like a new ground-up restoration. I salute the restorer for this particular car. He did an exceptional job.

The car has a four speed smooth case gear box and stock 948 engine, with larger HS2 1.25 inch carbs. Front disk brakes were also added. The car rides on premium Michelin XWX radials. I love the look of these tires- but few builders choose them because they are significantly more expensive than the other brands available.

The car is loaded with nice top and windows, both in custom storage pouches. New tonneau in 2014, new top and side curtain pouches too. New sleeved master cylinder in 2015.

Big Healey gold face gauges are installed. These are of course non-stock but the correct vintage… I love the way they look… a nice touch for a bit more style… and if you don’t like them, we can have plenty of other gauge options available. Call to discuss making this car your own!

You’ll be hard pressed to find another this nice that you can drive and show! You can see the restoration album video below.

There are only so many great examples like this one… and it would cost a whole lot more to build one than the asking price.

Call if you are interested in owning Aiden, one of the best!

Great 1960 Bugeye driver for sale!

NOW SOLD TO Amanda in Texas! Congratulations! She will fly in and drive home to Austin, Molly is going for a great drive! Thanks Amanda!

This is “Molly,” (AN5L 27766) a 1960 Bugeye (titled in 1961). We just got the car back from a customer in Oregon. We had previously owned the car and I was happy to buy it back because I like the way this one is detailed.

This is a 948 four speed drum brake car. Simple.

It was a labor of love of fellow down South who restored the car in the early 20000s. His summary build notes are below, and the a big stack of receipts are include to verify the summary sheet.

The chrome is nice. The paint has some nicks and chips. But the car still presents beautifully and you end up with a sharp Bugeye at a very reasonable price. If you don’t mind a few paint imperfections, you can have a sweet Bugeye for nearly half the price of the mint red Bugeye Aiden currently in our inventory.

Interior is excellent, with nice custom piping on the shift tower, door pockets and seats. A nice off-white tonneau is included, as is a good top and nice side curtains in a padded pouch.

The 948 engine is set up with a single Weber downdraft carburettor, with very few miles on it. A header is installed to help the car breathe.

These wheels are stunning and among my favorites. They are shod with good 175 slightly wider tires.

This is a sharp driver for summer fun. Give a call if you would like to take Molly home!

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