Celebrating Works of Art.
Inspired by Community.
Classic cars. Electric speedsters. Special events.
Welcome to Duke’s Garage, a classic car dealership and events venue located in Westminster, Colorado.
Find what delights you.
The Story of Duke’s Garage
Owners Duke Altschuler and Melisse Perré created Duke’s Garage so car enthusiasts could own and drive the classic or vintage car of their dreams.
Our on-site showroom has an eclectic collection of vintage cars and trucks that are enduring, dependable, attractive and above all else – fun to drive.
Duke’s Garage is a classic car and truck dealership, located in Westminster, Colorado.
The folks at Duke’s Garage believe in selling classic cars, trucks, and vintage vehicles that are enduring, dependable, attractive and above all else – fun to drive. Our on-site showroom has an eclectic collection of vintage cars and trucks.
Duke calls his cars “rolling works of art.” Drive it to work, to the grocery store, to a vacation destination, or to a classic car show, but don’t leave it in the garage. That’s the credo of Duke’s Garage.
Current Classic Car and Truck Inventory For Sale
Project Car Inventory
Classic Cars, Vintage Cars, Antique and Collector Cars and Trucks For Sale
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Classifications and descriptions of older cars varies among individuals, organizations and locations.
A car at least 20-years but not more than 40-years old and maintained with original design and specifications. Some say that cars 1948 or earlier are classic.
Cars that are not necessarily old, few in numbers and highly collectable. Example is the Ford GT, 2006 era, which paid tribute to the 1960’s GT race car or the Porsche Carrera GT.
Cars with significant influence in the marketplace at the time. Chevrolet’s ’55,’56, ’57 and Ford’s early Mustangs. Also, considered classics.
An American-made, two-door, production, affordable, intermediate sized, high performance model car, powered by a large V8 engine.
The popular Pontiac GTO is considered the first muscle car produced. Some say GTO stands for “Gas, Tires and Oil” but Pontiac says Grand Touring Omologato.
A car 30 to 45-years old and maintained with original manufacturer specifications.