A & N's Motorsports
Heaven, LLC was founded in June 2011 to meet an unmet need that was
perceived to exist in the car collector car world Ė the need for storage of
competition vehicles where the owners could have easy access to their
vehicles for shows and events and a place to buy and sell competition
vehicles. As with most businesses, change is part of the business dynamic in
todayís world and businesses change to keep up with customer demand. A&Nís
has identified these changing needs. After three years of being in business
A&Nís is going to change its business model.
in Spring 2014, A&Nís Motorsports Heaven, LLC will focus on
being a vintage race shop that houses a private collection
of vintage race cars, sells vintage race cars from current
inventory not vital to the private collection and offers
limited storage for vintage race cars when space is
available (currently we have no space available). A&Nís
Motorsports Heaven, LLC will no longer take vintage race
cars on consignment for sale, buy vintage race cars for the
purpose of resale or conduct research on the history of
vintage race cars for customers.
that are for sale will be included on this website and
periodically offered in antique car magazines for sale.
Some will also be available for purchase at the AACA Fall
Meet in Hershey, PA in October and at the Motorsports Expo
in Oaks, PA each January. Cars that are for sale can also be
seen by e-mailing Norm at
by calling 201-264-8969 for an appointment. A&Nís is not
open to the general public.
there are twenty-two cars for sale, and you see them by
clicking on the ďCars for SaleĒ tab on the website. You can
also see a list of cars in the collection by clicking on
that tab. On our ďEventsĒ page, you will be able to see
where they can be seen running in vintage events and on
display for sale at Hershey and Motorsports Expo in Oaks, Pa
this is a different direction for the business, for the 2014
season, A&Nís will still be one of the proud sponsors of
Steve Foxís ARCA team and the #3 A&Nís Motorsports Heaven,
LLC Dodge Charger and Doug Dodsonís #43 Dodson Motorsports
Sprint car. Come and cheer for Steve at Pocono and other
venues where he races in the ARCA series, and cheer for Doug
as he runs the full Sprint Class season at Williams Grove
and Lincoln Speedway.
Exciting times are ahead for A&Nís Motorsports Heaven, LLC.
Be part of it. Give Norm a call and you too can be behind
wheel of a
vintage race car in 2014.
What Makes A&Ns Motorsports Heaven Different From The
and Norm have contacts in almost all areas of the collector
car world and have gained a reputation of being
knowledgeable, hardworking car enthusiasts who are honest.
They focus on buying, selling and consignment for sale of
high performance, antique and modern competition vehicles,
but they appreciate all types of collector cars. They offer
their storage service to owners of all types of collector
cars that might now be competition vehicles.
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While the business is just 2 Ĺ years old, Amanda and Norm
have both been lifelong car enthusiasts who were
introduced to the car hobby by their fathers. Norm has been
collecting antique cars and race cars for 20 years, and
Amanda has been driving vintage competition vehicles for 5
years and has been involved with the collector portion of
the hobby for 9 years.
Amanda drives and is part owner of a 1973 Dodge Charger
previously driven by NASCARís Dave Marcis which has
Talladega history but has been converted to a dirt car.
Amanda frequently drives the car at vintage race events and
also has had seat time in a 1921 Model T Ford 2-man race car
and a 1930 Model A Ford Jalopy Racer.
Norm owns many different types of cars, but his favorites
are his 1929 Oakland which was his grandmotherís car that
she bought new and has never left the family in 84 years and
his 1937 Chevy stock car that was driven by Kirk Horton at
Middletown, NY in 1982. The Oakland has many memories for
him with his Dad as a kid going to car shows, and the 37
Chevy Modified brings back memories of growing up in
Syracuse and watching his Dad's friends drive race cars most
Friday and Saturday nights.