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While all Excalibur cars are collector Automobiles. Some are more collectable than others and are much rarer than others. This is determined by the design, number built, power plants, and certain landmarks. The fact that we built less than 3500 automobiles in 40 years alone makes them all a collector piece. Here is a list of the most sought after Excalibur Automobiles.

35X

  1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Total
35X ROADSTER
- 5 6 8 10 29

Series I

  1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Total
SSK ROADSTER
56 87 38 37 41 259
PHAETON SS
- 3 33 20 44 100
Total
56 90 71 57 85 359

Series II

  1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 Total
ROADSTER
11 - 13 22 26 72
PHAETON
26 - 52 100 92 270
Total
37 - 65 122 118 342

Series III

  1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 Total
ROADSTER
8 11 15 15 27 76
PHAETON
82 173 222 248 340 1065
Total
90 184 237 263 367 1141

Series IV

  1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 Total
ROADSTER
- 36 60 31 32 159
PHAETON
93 199 152 107 235 786
JUB. ROADSTER
- - - - 12 12
JUB. PHAETON
- - - - 38 38
Total
93 235 212 138 257 995

Series V

  1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Total
ROADSTER
6 6 6 19 18 55
PHAETON
91 57 22 27 18 215
ROYAL
- 4 - - - 4
LIMITED
- 1 - - - 1
LIMO
- - - - 13 13
SEDAN
- - - 47 54 101
Total
97 68 28 93 103 389

Limited 100

  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Total
EDITION
- - - - - ~23*

* The exact production is unknown. The 100 has been planned but not achieved.

The Excalibur has been officially added to AACA as a factory built Antique Automobile as of 2007. They do not allow kit cars.

THEY BUILT ONLY 97 CARS WITHOUT DOORS. OF THESE 91 REMAIN IN SERVICE

  • No-Door Roadsters with super charger and 4 speed transmission they made 11 of these

  • No-Door Roadster with the 327/350HP engine and 4 speed transmission

  • No-Door Roadster with 327 & 4 speed transmission

  • Roadsters with 327 and Automatic or Dual Gate Phaetons (4 seats) with 327/350 and 4 speed transmission

  • Phaetons with 327 and Automatic with Dual Gate shifter (his/hers)

Series II cars have become very collectable as the years go by.
Series II cars with Standard transmissions are more rare than the cars with automatics, but the big draw for the series II is the fact that it has the 454 Corvette engine. Roadsters off course are more rare than Phaetons as we built so few, and cars with cycle fenders as well.

Series III cars are doing well in the over seas markets as well due to the 30 year rule.
Again the roadsters of this series bring more because of the limited number built.

Series IV cars have found a following for the Boomers over 50.
They have all the comforts of newer car with power seats, windows and power assisted tops. So you have more protection from the elements. The Roadster again is most rare of these cars. The design of the tail and the fact that we were the only company world wide licensed to build a production car with a rumble seat make this a very nice piece for any collection.

ANNIVERSARY CARS
These will be 1984 only. Also known as the signature series they all have a number medallion on the car.

  • Roadsters - 12 were built and numbered.

The number 1 car was the pace car at Monte-Carlo and was used for all promotions for the signature series cars.

  • Phaetons - 38 were built and numbered.

SEDANS
All Sedans are rare due to the limited production 101 Sedans were built with 9 stretched to limos in 1988 and 1989.

LIMOUSINES
Excalibur built Limos have far more value than the stretched sedans that were done by an outside company.

13 Limo’s were built before 1990 and a few more after but we have no documentation after 1990.

After 1990 some were built for Japan only and few more in the US through 1996. We are still looking into the actual number built and will post it when we do.

  1. For those who are looking for an easy to maintain car with power windows, seats, power assisted top, etc. that the parts are readily available for. I suggest a 1980 through 1984 Either Roadster (2 seats) or Phaeton (Seats 4). These cars have a 305 Caprice engine (Chevrolet) and a GM transmission and modified GM suspension. We have the records for these cars and are able to find all the parts. Some of these cars have had the engines replaced with the 350 or the LT1 with more horsepower than the original. Always have the car inspected either by us here at the factory (at your expense) or by someone who is knowledgeable about these cars. We do offer a service to fly for inspections or repairs.

  2. Always check the Vehicle ID number, with us to be sure it is a real car, not a replica. Excalibur never built kits to be mounted on Lincolns or anything else.

  3. The newer cars from 1985 –1989 are not easy to find parts for and the records for those cars were not as detailed as the earlier cars. The suspension parts are all hand made and very costly.

  4. All cars from 1972 through 1996 that are Roadsters or Phaetons have removable hard tops and a convertible top that is power assisted after 1980. All cars that are called Sedans and Limousines are not convertibles and have a fixed top.

  5. Only cars from 1965 through 1979 have real working side exhaust pipes. 1980 and newer are for looks only.

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