From the first horseless carriages through the custom coach era to the sports and racing cars of the recent past, we at Bayberry Vintage Autos have assembled a collection of cars that equally represents the utility of early life, the elegance and flair of the coach built era and the frivolous fun of the Fifties, Sixties and beyond. Always striving to obtain the best examples built, we continuously seek wonderfully restored and original examples to complete every decade of our ‘Private Reserve.’
This quest has led us to many gems that have been long cherished or locked away by their owners, escaping the ravages of time. While procuring rarities for our collection, select examples become available to offer for sale. Please take a moment and look at our exceptional inventory to see if your dream car is awaiting your discovery. We are pleased to offer specialized brokering services as well, and can assist you in locating that special car of interest as well as finding a new home for your classic as your interests evolve.
The Hampton Car Barn –
Our Place in Transportation History
Bayberry Vintage Autos’ headquarters is located inside the historic Hampton Car Barn. Built at the turn of the century, the brick complex once served as trolley house for the Exeter Street Railway Company. An electrical plant inside the building powered the cars via overhead lines that stretched out over the surrounding towns. The trolleys housed at the car barn ferried passengers around the seacoast and are often seen in historic postcard photos depicting early-1900s Hampton Beach. Though the streetcars and their rails have long since vanished from the landscape, the hull of this cavernous structure still stands as a testament to Hampton’s past.
364 Exeter Road