1966 Ford Mustang
Fastback Custom

  • Beautiful Pony!
  • Rotisserie restoration.
  • Completed in 2020.
  • Show quality throughout.
  • Shelby style hood and side scoops.
  • Silver w/ red stripes.
  • Red interior w/ Shelby style upgrades.
  • Detailed engine compartment.
  • Built 289 V8 w/ Hi-Po Intake.
  • Many performance upgrades.
  • Hi-Po manifolds and dual exhaust.
  • Borg Warner 5-speed.
  • 8" Tru-Trac POSI rear end.
  • Power steering.
  • Detailed undercarriage.
  • Much, much, more!

Marc Shiliro's Classic Cars

About Us

" THE MS CLASSIC CARS STORY." "THE MS CLASSIC CARS STORY." I purchased my first classic car about 15 years ago. It was a 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe that was red with white interior. It had a 289 V8 and was a nice driver. I really enjoyed driving and showing the car. While attending a Mustang car show I came across a beautiful 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback that was black with red interior. It also had a 289 V8 and was a show car. The gentleman said one day he'd eventually sell it. I called him a few months later and he was willing to sell it for the right price. We struck a deal pending I sold my car first. I ended up selling the car within two days of listing it for sale. I enjoyed the fastback for awhile. In 2005, the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds" was released and I feel in love with the star of movie which was a 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback named Eleanor. A company in Texas started building Eleanor replicas but I couldn't afford one. One day while surfing the internet I came across a company named Mustang Depot who was making an Eleanor kit for the 1965 and 1966 Mustangs. I was in all my glory when I read this. I got a home equity line of credit so I could afford to transform my 1965 Mustang into Eleanor. Once it was completed Mustang Depot documented it as the first 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback E2 (Eleanor). This car won many car shows and was featured in multiple magazines and websites. After I enjoyed it for awhile I decided to sell the car so I posted it on eBay. It sold within a few hours of it being listed for sale! I used the proceeds from the sale to purchase more classic cars and build up the inventory. At the time I didn't realize it but my classic car career started. Over the years I collected and sold many classic vehicles. I learned a lot about the classic car business including such things as the market on a variety of classic vehicles, restorations, transportation, paperwork, marketing, photography and auctions. My dream was to eventually open my own classic car dealership. It took many long days, late nights and some serious courage but I finally decided I was going to make it happen. In 2012, I left my full time job at Viti Mercedes Benz and opened MS CLASSIC CARS in Seekonk, MA. MS CLASSIC CARS has really grown since. I've been building this business on the reputation of collecting and selling beautiful classic vehicles. I collect classic vehicles that are in demand and have character. Once they arrive at the dealership I put them through a service and detail process unlike most other classic car dealerships. This process is documented with an invoice that’s pictured in the listing. I then personally write the descriptions and take multiple photos of each vehicle. I take a lot of pride in my collection and proud to say that we’ve set many world record sales prices. MS CLASSIC CARS has collected and sold over 400 classic vehicles over the years. MS CLASSIC CARS is also one of Barrett Jackson’s top consignors. The MS CLASSIC CARS Facebook page has over 22,000 likes and thousands people are on the VIP EMAIL BLAST. In April of 2015, MS CLASSIC CARS opened a new service facility. This service department is only being used to service the MS CLASSIC CARS inventory and not open to the public. Having our own service department allows us to get the inventory done at a faster rate. In August of 2015, I partnered with long term friend, business entrepreneur and part time employee Bryan Frank. Bryan owns a very large classic vehicle collection and shares the same passion I do about them. Bryan brings a lot the table with his business experience, car experience and financial strength. Together we’re looking forward to the future growth of MS CLASSIC CARS. Our goal isn’t to be the biggest. Our goal is to be the best!" MS CLASSIC CARS has plans of expanding into a brand new modern facility within the next few years. This new facility will have a much larger showroom, car storage room, indoor photo booth, service department, detail department, offices and much more. This will be a one stop classic car dealership with the exception of full restorations. Follow your dreams!


Marc Schiliro

Marc Schiliro - Owner/General Manager - Opened MS CLASSIC CARS in June of 2012

"I was born in Newport, Rhode Island and have lived on Aquidneck Island my entire life. Aquidneck Island consists of Newport, Middletown and Portsmouth. Growing up I resided with my father Vincent, mother Connie and sister Karyn. My father owned multiple furniture stores and my mother was a social worker for the state of Rhode Island. I started working very young in the restaurant business. Since I started driving my passion for cool cars developed into an addiction. I had over 25 cars before I was 20 years old! After I graduated high school in 1994, I started selling new and used cars for the Autocenter Group. We offered BMW, VW, Mazda, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Suzuki. Over the years I grew within the company and learned a lot about the automotive business. I was a sales person and eventually became a sales manager. During these years I got into the classic car hobby and really started developing a passion for it. In 2005 I was offered a position at Viti Mercedes Benz in Tiverton, RI which was an opportunity for my career. After working at Autocenter for 9 years it was great to learn other ways of doing business with a different company. Customer service is a major focus at Viti and because of this, Viti is one of the top Mercedes Benz dealerships in the country. I worked at Viti for 7 years until 2012 when I left to follow my dream and opened MS CLASSIC CARS. Although it’s been a lot of work my business has exceeded my expectations. It was a great decision to follow my dream. I currently live in Portsmouth, RI with my wife Jamie who I married in 1998 and our two children, Samantha (born in 2005) and Ryan (born in 2008). My wife is a great woman, mother and also a successful entrepreneur. In 1999 she opened her own pet grooming business named "The Pet Salon". Her company has earned a great reputation. We just built a new facility for The Pet Salon which is amazing. I’m very proud of her. On August 1st, 2015 I partnered with long term friend and business entrepreneur Bryan Frank. Bryan owns a very large classic vehicle collection and shares the same passion I do about them. Bryan brings a lot the table with his business experience, car experience and financial strength. Together we’re looking forward to the future growth of MS CLASSIC CARS. Our goal isn’t to be the biggest. Our goal is to be the best!"

Bryan Frank - Owner - Partnered in August of 2015

"I was born in Scottsbluff Nebraska a small mainly farming community. I have spent most of my life in this area. Growing up I learned very valuable life lessons from my father Roger Frank and my mother Connie Frank. My father took over my grandfathers, Herman, John Deere dealerships at the age of 26 upon the sudden death of Herman. My father was the youngest owner/operator of John Deere dealerships in the country. My mother raised myself, brother and sister and helped with the dealerships, farms and did part time school teaching among other things. In 1987 I attended the University of Nebraska and graduated in 1993 with a degree in business management and Ag business management. During these years I meet the love of my life Holly who became my wife in 1993. In 1993 Holly and I moved to Scottsbluff where I would work for the family John Deere business and Holly would work in the banking business. By 1995 my father basically put me in the driver’s seat for the dealerships. We added 2 more in Wyoming along with 2 holiday inn expresses, land development for Walmart, Home Depot, and several other chains. Properties were also assumed in Wyoming, South Dakota, and Las Vegas. We grew our finance and leasing companies to a large level during these times also. Needless to say I have seen and learned a lot about business and people. As of today we have been married 22 years and have 4 amazing boys Jackson, Mitchell, Lincoln and Barrett. As a very young kid and until his loss of battle with cancer in 2013 I would spend as much time as possible with my father. He is and will always be my best friend, father and hero. I learned so much about business by being with him and seeing the process first hand. Outside of business our main hobby together was classic cars. Buying, selling, restoring, driving cool cars was what we loved and took up the majority of our free time. With that being said, in 2000 I meet Marc Schiliro. Marc had a red 1970 Chevelle SS 396 on eBay. The description and pictures where some of the best I had ever seen on eBay. After 5 minutes into the phone call I knew I was dealing with an honest professional business man. I still have the car in my collection today. Over the years I have bought many cars for our collection through private individuals, dealers and auctions. Marc is the best overall to buy a car from. His cars are extremely detailed and mechanically/cosmetically sound. His work ethic and passion is at the top of the charts. So when Marc asked me to be a part of his dealership I was extremely honored and excited. I look forward to adding my business experience and car experience to the future of MS CLASSIC CARS."

Mike Marsella - Service Manager and Shop Foreman - Started in September of 2020

Bio Coming Soon.

Wayne Arnold - Mechanic - Started in December of 2016

"I was born and raised in Fall River MA with my mom, dad and younger brother. I grew up with a lot of my family owning classic cars. I was always going to car shows and drag races at a young age. I was interested in performance and mechanics so much I bought my first subscription to hot rod magazine when I was eleven years old. I went to Diman Vocational High School for auto mechanics and graduated in 1997. During the summers of my sophomore and junior years I worked in Norton, MA at Stews Classics doing auto restorations from small jobs to frame off restorations. It was also where I worked on my own project car after hours which was a 1964 Buick Skylark that I bought when I was fifteen. Since then I've owned a few classics including a 1972 Pontiac Lemans, 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo and a 1967 Chevy Chevelle. After I graduated I worked as a technician at Empire Chevrolet for seven years. I decided to leave there to follow my passion which was classic cars. Since leaving there I've worked at a few different shops where I've learned welding, fabrication, bodywork and painting not only for classic cars but boats as well. I also built lightweight carbon fiber parts and a carbon fiber racing catamaran. I sent my resume to Marc in regards to a Classic Car Mechanic position he posted. He spoke with my previous employers who he knew personally and was impressed with what was discussed. Marc called me in for an interview and offered me the job. I look forward to a great future working with MS CLASSIC CARS."

Joe Fournier III - Mechanic - Started in February of 2019

"I started my Automotive career at age 12 pulling parts on Saturdays at a local salvage yard. I then started doing general repairs at various shops. In 2001, I went to work for Factory Five Racing. With Factory Five Racing I started with chassis assembly department. As time went on I moved into the support and racing department. In 2007, I moved on to a local classic car restoration shop and competed in La Carerra Panamericana. In 2012, I decided to open my own classic car restoration shop. Over the years I've gained alot of experience about servicing and restoring classic vehicles. My experience also includes bodywork and paint work as well. I've won awards for my own and customers vehicles. I enjoy spending time with my two sons, working on cars and playing the guitar. During the years of being around classic vehicles I've known Marc from MS CLASSIC CARS and we've always gotten along well. In 2019, we sat down and discussed joining the MS CLASSIC CARS team. It only made sense with what MS CLASSIC CARS does so I started in February 2019. I'm excited to bring my experience to MS CLASSIC CARS and be part of the team."

Paul Machado - Mechanic - Started in September of 2020

Bio Coming Soon.

Chris Tansey - Detailer - Started in April of 2013

"I was born and raised in the city of Fall River, MA to my parents, Denise and Arthur Tansey. I also have an older sibling Lauren. Growing up my father was a Fall River police officer and my mother has been in banking for over 20 years. My father got me into sports at young age. Ice hockey being my favorite. I traveled all over on many different teams, winning numerous team and personal awards. I went B.M.C. Durfee High School and graduated in 2003. Before I graduated I started working in childcare at the Fall River YMCA and Boy's and Girl's Club. After working in that field for many years I decided I needed a change. I went over to Viti Mercedes Benz in Tiverton, RI and applied for a car wash position. Viti is one the best Mercedes Benz dealers in the country. After a few years of working there I eventually became one of their main auto detailers. I worked at Viti for a total of almost 8 years. Viti is where I met and became friends with Marc Schiliro. He noticed my hard work and dedication to my job. Marc asked me if I would be interested in detailing some of his classic cars on a part time basis. I jumped at the opportunity and really enjoyed it. In 2012, Marc followed his dream and opened his own classic car dealership and detail center. After MS Classic Cars was open for about a year, Marc asked me to come work for him full time as business was really growing. I have really enjoyed my time working for Marc at MS Classic Cars. I have worked on and detailed some rare pieces of classic car history. Marc gave me an opportunity to travel to Florida for a MECUM auction. I handled a few cars he was consigning there. This was a great experience and I learned a lot. I’ve also learned a lot about auto detailing and customer service. Best of all, I have been able to work with this great group of guys. We've grown into our own family. I look forward to the future with MS CLASSIC CARS."

Corey Smiley – Photographer & Marketing - Started in July of 2018

"I was born and raised in Cumberland, RI by my mother April and my father Brian. From the day I was born, I was born into the life of a car enthusiast. My father was always working on cars, especially his 1979 Chevy Malibu drag car. He used to take me and my older brother Matt for rides in it, down the industrial park, and it instantly got me hooked into cars. Several times a year we would travel to New England Dragway in Epping, NH to go racing, or to go spectate the New England Nationals or other race events. As I grew older I kept my immense interest in cars, not just classic muscle cars, but also imports, tuning, and much more. I went to Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center in Woonsocket, RI for Academy of Information and Technology and Game design due to also being interested in games, technology, and design. That class introduced me to my other love of graphic design and photography. At the start of high school, I started my career for my family company Techcomm-Partners (TCP Learning) in Smithfield, RI, focusing on graphic design, PowerPoint presentations, and creating online learning programs for various clients. My junior year I competed in the Skills USA state competition for web design, placing 2nd out of the entire state. In my senior I competed yet again but won 1st out of the entire state, qualifying for the Skills USA nationals in Kansas City, MO. The technology class I was in at the Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center didn’t fully focus on web design, but even so me and my teammate ended up placing in the top 20 out of 40 teams at nationals. With the top 20 in nationals, and placing 1st in states, I accumulated numerous scholarships for some of the local colleges in my area. The school I decided to go with was New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, RI and the degree I ended up earning was my Associate’s in Science degree in Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design. One of my final projects for college was to create a website for something I could choose. I chose to create and design a website for the automotive industry, at the time I called it Nething Cars (Anything Cars). It was an enthusiast website in which my goal was to bring the car culture in a whole together, instead of having separate sections for “Import Enthusiasts”, “Classic Car Enthusiasts”, “Truck Enthusiasts”, etc. I love all cars, trucks, motorcycles, and my love for that wanted me to bring the community together to share and express everyone’s love in the automotive community. That project lead to me creating my own LLC, Anything Cars, LLC. For over 5 years I have been attending as well as hosting my own cruise nights, weekly meets/gatherings, and hosting a huge yearly car show for the entire automotive community. Upon college graduation I started a job at Yomega in Seekonk, MA, in which my duties were focused on graphic and web design, maintaining the website and social media, marketing material, etc. While I worked at Yomega, I always noticed the sign of MS Classic Cars while driving by and decided to give Marc an email to ask if I could stop in sometime. At that time MS Classic Cars was open to the public, and I was lucky enough to walk through the showroom and check out all the beautiful cars. I kept in touch with Marc for years, and one day Marc had called me to see if I could come in and meet with him. We spoke and discussed how he had been wanting to expand his team, and I was obviously very interested. After a few meetings and discussions, Marc had offered me a job to become the Photographer and Marketing Specialist for MS Classic Cars, and I was ecstatic to accept that offer! I’m highly looking forward to my future at MS Classic Cars, and I am also excited to see where MS Classic Cars will be in the near and distant future."

Carl Almeida - Jack of all trades (part-time)

"I was born in Lisbon, Portugal. I came to America when I was seven years old. Growing up I resided with my father Anibal, mother Maria and sister Paula. I currently live in Fall River, MA with my wife Sandy and son Dylan. At a very young age I was fascinated with cars and trucks. I had a large collection of hot wheel cars and all I built with my legos were cars and trucks. At 54 years old I still have my legos and some of my hot wheel car collection. I went to Diman vocational high school. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the shop class I wanted which was auto mechanics or auto body. Instead I went into machine shop class. In high school I bought my first for car for $200.00 dollars. It was a 1965 Dodge Polara 500 2-door. This car had bucket seats and a 383 motor with an automatic transmission. This is the car that started everything for me. By the time I graduated from high school I had learned how to take cars apart and put them back together. I also started buying and fixing cars and selling them from my dad’s house. At one point I had six cars in his yard for sale. After I graduated from high school I started working at Newport naval base. I would leave by 2:30 and start my second job at Paul’s schwinn bicycle. Then I would leave they and go to my third job which was when I finally got home. I would write all my ads for the cars I had for sale and list them for sale. I was having a great time. by the age of 21 I had sold over 40 cars and bought my first house with my own mortgage. Just a few years after my girlfriend Sandy and I started buying more property and more cars. I started my first job in the car business at Jack Barboza Oldsmobile Cadillac and GMC. I started as a salesman. My second month I was salesman of the month for nine months straight. In less then a year I became the used car manger for the dealership. I went on to Viti Mercedes Benz as a used car sales manager. Over the years I learned a lot between the two dealerships and how to run a dealership. I opened my own used car dealership in september of 1990. It was called Euro Auto. We specialised in high end automoblies and we also sold classic cars. Five years ago I decided it was time to get out of selling preowned cars. I’ve all ways had this passion for classic cars and decided to get into classic car restorations. In 2011, I met Marc Schiliro as he was interested in renting space for his classic cars at my storage facility. After a few months had passed I helped him obtain a used car license in the city of Fall River, MA. Marc wasted no time and in 2012 he opened MS Classic Cars in Seekonk, MA. Marc and I share the same passion for classic cars and became very good friends. Over the last 3 years we’ve experienced alot together. I look forward to the future of MS Classic Cars."

Bradley Kellett - Jack of all trades ( part-time )

I live in Winfield, PA with my wife, Lisa. We have two married children, a son and a daughter, and six grandchildren, three girls and three boys. I give credit to my father-in-law for introducing me to the classic car hobby. He and I made annual trips to the spring and fall Carlisle and Hershey car events. He owned a 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible, white with red interior and a black top that my wife and I used as our wedding car. Several years later, he gave that to car to us and I can remember cleaning out the rice that was still in it from the wedding. Since that car, I started a small collection of classic cars, dirt bikes and mini-bikes. Several years ago, I found MS Classic Cars on the internet and started following the website for cars to add to my collection. I called Marc about several cars until purchasing my 2003 Ford Mustang Mach One from him. Marc went over every aspect of the car from top to bottom and told me everything about it. My buying experience was awesome to say the least. Since then, I have purchased several other cars and motorcycles from Marc. Through that process, Marc and I became friends and I learned many things about classic cars and what to look for in a car etc. I would see Marc at Barrett-Jackson and other auctions and I got to know Carl and his other team members as we continued our friendship. I introduced him to a small annual auction in Central Pennsylvania and began helping him with his cars at that auction which led me to assisting Marc and his team at other auctions. MS Classic Cars’ team is second to none and they definitely have a very bright future and I look forward to working with them as they grow!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 w/ 483 original street miles
"The Famous Tony Pizzi Camaro"

  • Only 483 original street miles.
  • One owner vehicle until 2018.
  • Original owner Statement Under Oath Report included.
  • Original documentation.
  • Two time national record holder in ET and MPH Documented.
  • Magazine featured.
  • Rotisserie restoration.
  • Show quality throughout.
  • Mostly original sheet metal.
  • Original color combination.
  • Mostly original interior.
  • Original DZ302 V8 engine.
  • Original M21 4-speed manual transmission.
  • Many extras included.
  • Certified by Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance on May 21st, 2020.
  • Blue Chip investment.
  • Selling with NO RESERVE at the 50th Anniversay Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, AZ January 16-23, 2021.