We buy and sell classic cars. Been doing so for 40 years and we believe consistency counts. Photos and details about the collector cars we have purchased can be viewed on “Tom’s Inventory” page.

The cars we sell at auctions are listed in the current auction area of the site. Tools for consigning and bidding are made available with each auction event.

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We’ll be returning to the CABARUUS ARENA AND EVENT CENTER for the 37th Annual CAROLINA-IN-JANUARY AUCTION.

Saturday, January 9, 2021 11:00 AM.

We’re accepting consignments and bidding applications and are posting the vehicles to the site.

One of the extraordinary vehicles in this auction is this fully restored 1935 Chrysler C-1 Airflow Sedan.



Saturday January 9, 2021, Cabarrus County Arena & Event Center

 Rules handed down by Cabarrus County and the State of North Carolina; 

  • No flea market or car corral
  • Only Buyers and Sellers and along with one guest each are allowed at live Auction and they will be assigned Socially distanced seating
  • All participants must wear a badge and the badges will be furnished by our staff
  • Auction vehicles & titles to be delivered to the Arena on Thursday or Friday.  NO SATURDAY CHECK-IN
  • Purchased and No Sale vehicles may be removed Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning
  • No spectators
  • Only 250 maximum people allowed including staff
  • Everyone must wear face covering at all times in the buildings
  • We respectfully request no hand shaking

    While these rules are not particularly fun, we will make them work.  Hopefully we’ll all be vaccinated and can have a “normal” event next year….

Featured Vehicle in Tom’s Inventory

1969 Shelby GT350/Hertz Edition

The ultra-high-quality highly detailed restoration, according to the owner, “took three years and one day”.   There have only been 116 miles put on this piece of automotive history since the restoration.  According to the previous owner, “as well as I remember the engine was rebuilt by a local race engine builder and is very peppy”.

Every component and accessory was taken apart and individually rebuilt with the attention of everything working and looking as it did when manufactured in 1969.  We are proud to offer this piece of muscle-car history.



The Good Life @ Tom Mack Classics

We have been buying, selling and trading antique, classic and special interest cars since 1980.  Tom Mack Jr. started restoring and showing Ford Model A’s with his father in the early 1960’s, and old cars have become his hobby ever since. This is truly hobby-turned-business.

We usually stock about 20 to 30 collector cars and are always looking to purchase quality collector cars.   Consignments are considered on a case by case basis.

You’ll see “In God We Trust” on all our mail.  We take our faith and His grace very serious…and welcome your curiosity.

Our business is a family business and we love it when the gang is all together.

The view from Tom’s desk of a recent collection of Chevies.


This is Tom Mack Classic’s “new” office and showroom hidden in the trees on the shores of Lake Murray, South Carolina.  After 17 years in the metropolitan Charlotte, NC area, we have moved home and established our business here.  While not open to the public, we work by appointment and will try to work around your schedule if you would like to see a vehicle that we have advertised.  We are located about 20 minutes off I-26 near Chapin, South Carolina and our new phone number is 803-364-3322.

165 – 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Fastback

165 – 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Fastback

 Pretty Cascade Green with nice original black bucket seat interior and console.  “X-Code” 390 V-8 with Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, power steering, and FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING.  Solid Carolina Car with Magnum 500 Wheels. For more information about...

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​1967 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe

​1967 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe

 Aunt Elizabeth’s Formal Caprice Coupe-  Uncle Bob bought it for Miss Elizabeth on February 15, 1967 and she rarely drove it because it has only covered a little less than 20K  miles in 53 years!!  Exterior was correctly repainted in Nantucket Blue sometime over...

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175-1935 Chrysler C1 Airflow Sedan – NO RESERVE!

175-1935 Chrysler C1 Airflow Sedan – NO RESERVE!

  This rare Airflow comes to us by way of the Mr. J.W. Hawkins Estate of Gastonia NC.  This car has been in the Hawkins family for the last 40 years, and reportedly is 1 of only 4617 ever produced. Running gear consist of the famed "L" Head 323 CI straight 8...

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164-1964 Ford Galaxie 390 Fastback

164-1964 Ford Galaxie 390 Fastback

 Amazing California original with “Z-Code” 390 V-8, 4-Speed transmission, FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING, power steering, power brakes, 350:1 rear end.  Gorgeous Rangoon Red finish with great original Red bench seat interior.  Car was built in the Los Angeles,...

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125-1965 Ford F100 SWB Pickup Truck

125-1965 Ford F100 SWB Pickup Truck

 This is a solid truck from the North Carolina/Georgia mountains and has a freshly built 360ci V-8 bored to approximately 390ci  with 3-speed “on the tree” manual transmission.  Pretty Caribbean Turquoise with matching interior.  Original owner card & NC...

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