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Join us for Barrett-Jackson’s 46th Annual Scottsdale Auction, where more than 1,500 vehicles – including the impressive Charlie Thomas Collection – will cross the block, the majority at No Reserve.
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1958 BENTLEY FLYING SPUR

Lot # 1388.1 (Sale Order: 175 of 248)      

One of 18 built this is the definitive bespoke high-performance luxury motorcar of its era. The S1 Continental was a lighter and more sporting model than the standard chassis having a reduced weight of some 225 pounds. It also has the proven and reliable 6-cylinder engine that is coupled to the smooth Hydramatic 4-speed automatic transmission. This example features a factory sunroof and factory R100 headlights. This is the finest example to come to market in recent years having recently completed a Pebble Beach Concours dElegance-quality restoration.

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1955 BENTLEY S-1 4-DOOR SALOON

Lot # 1388.2 (Sale Order: 176 of 248)      

Originally owned by Hollywood producer Jack Warner (Warner Bros.) this is one of seven built by Freestone & Webb with design #3.191. It has a known ownership history from 1955 until the present day. A three-owner original California car it has undergone a Pebble Beach Concours dElegance-quality restoration. This extraordinary car was ordered new by Hollywood producer Jack Warner. Jack Warner was the president and driving force behind the Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood CA. Mr. Warner enjoyed the car from 1955 until his death in 1978. During that time he drove this car 43000 miles. It has the distinction of being a feature car in the 1964 Warner Bros. movie Dead Ringer. The car became available in 1990 after the passing of Jack Warners wife Ann Page Alvarado Warner. Vantage Motorworks purchased the car from the Warner estate sale in 1990 and shortly after performed a complete restoration. The Blackhawk Collection purchased this beautiful example in 2002 and was immediately put on display at the Blackhawk Museum. In 2008 this three-owner original California car was freshened up by world-renowned restorer Fennel Restorations in Saugus CA. This car has the luxury of getting many custom features that Mr. Warner ordered exclusively which include front and rear air conditioning power steering power antenna unique rear defroster and unique rear passenger trays with a vanity mirror. This example one of the most sought-after of all postwar Bentleys has the distinction of being the first left-hand-drive S1 built plus it is the only left-hand-drive example by Freestone & Webb with design 3191FA. Automatic transmission.

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1989 LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Lot # 1389 (Sale Order: 178 of 248)      

The 25th Anniversary Countach revitalized Lamborghini and the automotive industry. Only 658 of them were produced worldwide and only 235 were made in the F1 variant for the U.S. Exceptionally preserved and finished in gloss black over a black leather interior this car has 2305 actual miles (3710 km as seen on odometer; the title reads mileage exempt). It features the 455hp V12 engine 5-speed manual transmission optional sport exhaust system optional rear wing Alpine radio power windows and power seats. It had a full fluid service less than 100 miles ago inclusive of engine oil/filter transmission fluid front/rear differential fluid and a brake/clutch/coolant flush. It also went through an engine-out major service early in 2014 at a cost of over $26000. The service included a new clutch pressure plate flywheel head gaskets thermostat resurfaced rotors fuel injectors spark plugs motor mounts and battery. It comes complete with its rare owners manual. On 10/05/07 CARFAX shows an accident reported involving left front impact with another vehicle; vehicle was functional.

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1955 CHRYSLER GHIA STREAMLINE X GILDA

Lot # 1389.1 (Sale Order: 179 of 248)      

This one-off creation debuted at the 1955 Turin Auto Show. Carefully conserved within the Ford Museum and later private ownership this is turbine-powered and fully running. One of the most influential design studies in automotive history this has been displayed as a feature car at many of the Worlds Leading Automotive Exhibits. From the late 1920s manufacturers and designers sought to quantify the benefits of aerodynamic or streamlined styles for automobiles. During the European marketing campaign for the 1946 film noir classic Gilda actress Rita Hayworth was given the nickname La Vedette Atomique or the Atomic Starlet for her sleek lines and dangerous appeal. This seems to have prompted Ghia SPA to name its equally sleek aerodynamic study for a jet-powered car after the iconic role played by Hayworth. The styling of the Gilda Streamline X is the work of legendary Italian designer Giovanni Savonuzzi and was commissioned by Chrysler design chief Virgil Exner who wished to explore solutions for crosswind resistance and rear-end grip as well as turbine power. With the forward-look and styling elements from designs such as Gilda Exner wrested styling leadership away from General Motors Harley Earl and put Chrysler at the helm. With coachwork by Carrozzeria Ghia Chassis 9967 Gilda is superbly constructed with a sturdy elegant aluminum body atop a square tube chassis a separate aluminum floor for the passenger compartment and a full belly pan for aerodynamic efficiency. Inside it is both stark and stylish. The short armrests serve as side bolsters to hold driver and passenger in place during cornering while the dashboards two main instruments float underneath a binnacle placed on a simple piece of bodywork sweeping from door to door. Under current ownership the car received the motive power for which it was originally designed. With careful planning and expert engineering a lightweight compact single-stage AiResearch turbine was fitted into Gilda and Savonuzzis vision of a half-century prior was finally realized. Computer and wind tunnel modeling have determined that the 70hp turbine would be capable of propelling the car up to 160mph. The current owner a Pebble Beach judge in the Preservation Class has been a conscientious conservator of the Gilda Streamline X and today most of the finishes both inside and outside are original. It even still wears its original CEAT tires. Ownership history: Ghia SPA (1955) Ford Museum (Until 1969) Harrahs (1969-1985) Blackhawk Museum (1985-2005) current ownership (2005). **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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1960 CHEVROLET ENGINEERING RESEARCH VEHICLE (CERV) 1

Lot # 1390 (Sale Order: 180 of 248)      

One of the most important pieces of American automotive history the Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle (CERV) 1 was developed between 1959 and 1960 by Zora Arkus-Duntov as a functional mid-engine open-wheel single-seat prototype racing car. It served as Duntovs personal Corvette engineering test bed; a platform for engineers to develop and refine the Chevrolet body chassis and suspension systems. Duntov drove the CERV 1 in demo laps at the U.S. Grand Prix in 1960 but that is as far as its racing aspirations went due to the ban on manufacturer-sponsored racing at the time. The car was designed by Larry Shinoda and Tony Lapine and was originally equipped with a 283ci/350hp small-block V8 weighing only 350 lbs because of the use of aluminum and magnesium engine components. The CERV 1 features a four-wheel independent suspension 4-speed manual transmission and front disc and rear drum brakes. The steering system features a high-efficiency recirculating-ball-type steering gear of 12:1 ratio; overall steering ratio is a very fast 13.5:1. Fuel is delivered via two rubber bladder fuel cells with a total capacity of 20 gallons. Fuel-injected small-block technology was developed using this incredible car. Later for even greater performance Duntov refitted the CERV 1 with a 377ci aluminum small block an advanced Rochester fuel-injection system and Indy-style tires and wheels. Shinoda also redesigned the body structure for greater aerodynamics and the car recorded a top speed of 206 mph. Includes loads of paperwork and history on the car which stands as one of the experimental landmarks of GM history.

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1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1392 (Sale Order: 181 of 248)      

This HEMI Cuda convertible is one of only 14 built making it one of the rarest and most desirable muscle cars of all time - further enhanced by its color combination of triple black. Adding to the significance is the great race history of this car. While owned by Hall of Famer Steve Bagwell and driven by Hall of Famer Terry Earwood it set national records for ET and mph in NHRA and IHRA including the SS Eliminator title at the U.S. Nationals in Indy in 1973. Sold new in Marietta GA it was initially street-driven until repossessed. It was then purchased by the Bowers brothers and with the help of friend Stewart Way it was ultimately turned into a race car by Barnett Automotive in Georgia. It was raced as a 71 model because of a more favorable weight factor. After being purchased by Steve Bagwell it received an expensive custom paint job and went on to be a national record holder and win 27 eliminators in 73 alone. Sometime later it was sold and ultimately disappeared. As one of the great barn finds of all time it was discovered high and dry in Taos NM in the 1989. This car is heavily optioned and has been in current ownership for about 15 years. It has a date-code-correct replacement motor thats been restamped and automatic transmission. Inspected by Dave Wise includes original fender tag partial sheet Frank Badalson engine authentication registration from 76 and Galen Govier inspection.

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1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 SPLIT-WINDOW FUELIE

Lot # 1393 (Sale Order: 182 of 248)      

With VIN 9046 this 1963 Corvette split-window Z06 tanker is powered by a 327/360hp Fuelie with a 4-speed manual transmission. Its finished in Sebring Silver with a black interior. It has been body-off restored by Nabers of Houston and is in pristine show condition. Its won multiple NCRS Top Flight Awards at regional in January 2013 and October 2012. Bloomington Gold Certified (Appears OEM) in June 2012 it also won Best in Class awards from Santa Fe Concorso in September 2012 and Hilton Head Concours dElegance in November 2012. Additionally it was on display in the National Corvette Museum in 2013 with letter of appreciation. Options include power brakes power windows T-10 transmission 4.11 posi-traction Z06 heavy-duty brakes and special heavy-duty suspension N03 36-gallon gas tank radio delete aluminized off-road exhaust tinted glass hubcaps and 6.70x15 blackwall tires. One of only 199 RPO Z06 Special Performance package Corvettes and one of only 63 N03 Big Tank Corvettes built in 1963. This former Eric Gill car from the 1970s has history and old photos back to 1969-70. Its documented with volumes of research and show data. Its also been editorialized many times as far back as 1977. The restoration receipts total $138000 and all show awards certificates and judging sheets come with it. With a production date of February 18 1963 it was delivered new by Kardon Chevrolet of Mt. Holly NJ (dealer code 343 in zone 15) per the official NCRS/GM Shipping Data Records (SDR). Looks runs and drives like new.

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2005 FORD GT

Lot # 1394 (Sale Order: 183 of 248)      

This Ford GT VIN 117 was the second full-production Ford GT off the assembly line. All the other low VINs were officially part of the PB2 build and as such pre-production models. The high VINs were chosen because the first car VIN 116 and VIN 117 were the first two rabbits for the production line. VIN 117 was immediately put on test to determine if there were any issues with the build process or parts. There was a non-stop regimen of mileage accumulation with a target of 35000 successful miles before Ford could ship any Ford GTs out of the assembly plant. During the first year of production VIN 117 was kept at the Wixom assembly plant as a prove-out vehicle for any new parts or build processes. Then in 2005 the car was used to prove-out the Canadian Homologation program and was used to prove-out and validate the Canadian Daytime Running Lamp SJB software. It has since been returned to fully road legal specification. 6-speed manual transmission. 42839 actual miles. Per CARFAX this vehicle has an open recall for driver airbag inflator replacement. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1395 (Sale Order: 184 of 248)      

With less than 17900 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title) this 427/435hp L71 convertible is comprehensively matching-numbers. It wears 100% of its original factory-applied Marlboro Maroon lacquer finish over a black interior and matching convertible top. A true survivor in every sense of the term the car rolls on its original factory Uniroyal non-DOT-marked rubber exhales through its original factory exhaust and retains its original belts hoses and even its original sparkplug wires after 43 years. With a rare and desirable Tri-Power solid-lifter big-block V8 engine the car sports the desirable Muncie M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission the optional 3.55:1-ratio rear axle with posi-traction limited-slip differential and transistorized ignition. Its also equipped with Gymkhana heavy-duty suspension a refinished auxiliary hardtop and the under-car off-road exhausts. It also has the rare AM/FM radio and the unusual and original 7.75x15 white-stripe tires. Awards and accreditation include Bloomington Gold Hall of Fame inductee Bloomington Gold Certified Bloomington Gold Hall of Fame Bloomington Gold Benchmark Certified Bloomington Gold Survivor Certified featured twice in Bloomington Golds Special Collection two NCRS Regional Top Flight Awards in 1991 and two in 1999 NCRS Regional Performance Verification in 1992 and a Triple Crown award-winner.

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2005 PORSCHE CARRERA GT

Lot # 1396 (Sale Order: 185 of 248)      

The Carrera GT roadster is based on pure racing technology. Powered by a normally aspirated V-10 engine connected to a 6-speed manual transmission with racing-type clutch. The body made mainly from carbon fiber ensures high rigidity passenger safety and low weight. The V-10 engine displaces 5.7 liters and produces 600hp and 442 ft/lbs of peak torque sufficient enough to propel the 3146-lb Carrera GT from 0-60 mph in less than 4 seconds 0-125 mph in under 10 seconds and to a top speed of over 205 mph. Highly maintained clutch is well within specs. This car has newer tires and 5448 actual miles.

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1964 ASTON MARTIN DB5

Lot # 1397 (Sale Order: 186 of 248)      

According to the Aston Martin build sheet and information provided on its BMIHT certificate this 1964 DB5 was delivered new to Societe Nouvelle du Garage Mirabeau the Aston Martin dealer in Paris on March 19 1964 just six days after it was constructed by the factory at Newport Pagnell. From a prominent collector this rare factory left-hand-drive example with matching-numbers engine is finished in its original color scheme of black with black leather interior and chrome wire wheels. Included in the sale of the car are the factory Build Sheet British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate owners handbook tool roll jack and knockoff hammer. Today this special left-hand-drive DB5 presents much as it did when it first left the Aston Martin works more than 50 years ago. From a prominent Aston Martin collection.

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1968 ASTON MARTIN DB6

Lot # 1398 (Sale Order: 187 of 248)      

This DB6 left the factory on the March 5 1968 and delivered to its first owner Heinrich Nordhoff of Wolfsburg Germany the chairman of Volkswagen GmbH. The abundant documentation included with the car indicated it had remained in Germany until its 2005 export to the U.S. and subject to comprehensive restoration in 1986. The extensive panel work completed is documented with photographs. The DB6 has only recently been released from the long-term ownership of well-known Aston collector Wolfgang Friedrichs. Finished in handsome black on black and having been maintained by Hamburg-based Aston specialist this DB6 is presented in excellent condition throughout with a recent service confirming that the car requires nothing further to drive and enjoy. The original Build Sheet correct owners handbook and workshop manual are included with the car along with the jack. 4-speed manual transmission. From a prominent Aston Martin collection.

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1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE LT1

Lot # 1399 (Sale Order: 188 of 248)      

This is the winner of a SEMA 2015 GM Design Award for Best Chevrolet Sports Car. It was also cover car for the July 2016 issue of Vette magazine. It won Builders Choice Award at Goodguys Columbus 2015. Additionally it competed for Goodguys Street Machine of the Year 2015and in SEMA Battle of the Builders 2015. All Midyear C-2 Corvettes are diamonds; what makes this one different is that it is perfectly cut. The mission of this build was to retain the cars original design bring the fit and finish to a standard never achieved during factory production and update every mechanical component to contemporary standards. This Corvette is built from a no-body damage all-original car with same owner for over 50 years. Its equipped with a Roadster Shop narrowed Fast Track chassis including Penske coilovers splined sway bars and independent rear suspension. Its powered by a GM Performance LT1 direct-injected engine with 460 max horsepower and 465 max torque Legend LGT700 5-speed transmission and 9 Ford posi-traction. It has Baer 6-piston 13 brakes custom one-off Forge Line center-lock wheels and custom-made 345/30 ZR19 Michelin Pilot Sport red-line tires. It has an all-leather interior including dash and headliner. It features outstanding paint and bodywork. There are no major changes to the body but everything about it was perfected just a bit. All the body lines were sharpened and lengthened the bumpers have been moved in and all gaps and panel fits perfected. Nothing on this car is overdone; its just very well done. This car drives better than it looks. This beautiful Corvette was designed and built by The Roadster Shop of Mundelein IL one of the top builders in the U.S.

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1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429

Lot # 1400 (Sale Order: 189 of 248)      

Original restored black-on-black Boss 429 with KK NASCAR motor. All components are on the engine with original details. It has a Kevin Marti Boss Authority Report verifying all data components and parts. It has a Build Sheet and a Ford Motor Company manufacturers statement of origin with complete list of ordered options accessories and components as well as cost and dates. Additionally included is the KK-code statement of NASCAR engine installation. Spectacular one-year-only black color inside and out. Special NASCAR configured engine with 4-speed manual transmission. From the Reggie Jackson Collection.

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1978 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CUSTOM COUPE BURT REYNOLDS

Lot # 1401 (Sale Order: 190 of 248)      

This Pro-Touring Firebird is owned by actor Burt Reynolds and built by Restore a Muscle Car and Gene Kennedy. It started life as a Firebird Formula and has been customized to what you see today. Its powered by a Butler Performance 8.2-liter engine with over 600hp aluminum intake and heads March pulleys ceramic-coated headers and 3 exhaust with Spintec mufflers. Its also equipped with Fast XFI fuel injection Shaker hood aluminum radiator electric fans and air conditioning. It also has Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with Hurst Line-Lock mini-tubbed Detroit Speed QA1 coilovers and RAMC billet 18 Snowflake wheels with Nitto Drag Radials. The custom leather interior features a Pioneer and JL Audio Sound System. The car is signed by Burt Reynolds.

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1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD TRANS AM

Lot # 1402 (Sale Order: 191 of 248)      

This Special Edition Turbo is currently owned by the Burt Reynolds Institute and Restore a Muscle Car. It has 8708 original miles (the title reads mileage exempt). A rust-free car from California it is identical to the Smokey and the Bandit II movie car. Its loaded with black deluxe cloth interior air conditioning power windows and locks as well as factory Fisher T-tops. With a matching-numbers 301ci turbo engine it has recently fresh gaskets and engine paint. Other features include automatic transmission cruise control remote trunk release rear defog and tilt column. Factory Build Sheet and PHS paperwork provided.

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1979 PONTIAC TRANS AM

Lot # 1403 (Sale Order: 192 of 248)      

This Special Edition is a 4341-mile (mileage not indicated on the title) survivor from Restore A Muscle Car. With one owner this Y84 Bandit Edition has PHS paperwork and factory Build Sheet. This rust-free car features the original factory tires radio delete and deluxe vinyl interior in great condition. Its finished in the all-original survivor paint. Owned since new out of Grand Island NE. The owner was 19 years old when he purchased it new off the showroom floor and hardly ever drove the car because he was afraid to ever let anything happen to it. Its always been stored indoors and out of the elements. Starts runs and drives very nice.

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1412 (Sale Order: 193 of 248)      

This 1962 Pro-Touring-style Corvette was inspired by the 2016 C7 Z06. It was professionally built with the new 6.2-liter LT4 direct-injected supercharged Corvette engine with 650hp 650 ft/lbs of torque and 4L85E automatic transmission. Both the engine and transmission are under GM factory two-year 24000-mile warranty. It has an Art Morrison chassis with Compact IRS and C7 control arms fully adjustable ride height and JRI coilovers. The frame was powder-coated in a contrasting shade of silver. It features Wilwood C7 6-piston calipers 15 rotors the biggest brake package available and stainless-steel brake lines. It rides on 19 front and 20 rear Schott wheel Mod Sport 3s with 3-bar knockoff center nuts and Nitto Extreme tires. It also has power rack & pinion steering whisper-quiet Aeromotive 340 Phantom Stealth in-tank pump Fragola Teflon fuel lines and fittings GM wiring harness and factory-programmed computer. Other features include polished front-runner assembly LT4 headers 2-1/2 stainless exhaust Dynomax polished mufflers and side-exiting exhaust. The body was completely stripped with glass beads. The drivers side firewall was pushed 3 forward Evercoat Feather Fill polyester primer was used sealed painted in a PPG Liquid Metals Silver from the Vibrance Collection cleared sanded from 800 to 5000 grit and polished. The same attention to detail was performed on the bottom side of the car. The hood is a carbon-fiber louvered 2016 Corvette Z06 hood molded to fit this C1 with a metallic white stripe. All body gaps are excellent body panels are laser-straight and the fit and finish is unparalleled. The engine bay was finished to the highest standards and great attention was paid to render the wiring nearly invisible. The stainless and chrome on the car is all original and finished to the highest possible standards. The interior of the car was done in Torch Red leather; double stitching on dash and panels adds a real custom touch. The seats are concaved for additional seating room the steering wheel was made removable for ease of entry/exit and with the additional 3 of leg room provided by the extended firewall its a much more comfortable ride. Its equipped with automatic day/night headlights power windows Dakota Digital VHX carbon-fiber gauge package and Vintage Air Gen IV super cooler with controls integrated for the original factory look. It has a Bluetooth-controlled JL amplifier subwoofer and Focal speakers. The convertible top was completely restored powder-coated new bushings latches and a matching red Stayfast top that really complements the car. It has 200 miles on the car for shakedown comes with engine and transmission warranty papers all wiring schematics parts instruction manuals and over 100 pictures of the restoration from start to finish.

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO

Lot # 1419 (Sale Order: 194 of 248)      

When ordering a Camaro one could purchase anything from a grocery getter to a tire-shredding SS 396. While GM policy limited engine size for the A-body and F-body lines to 400ci a few performance-oriented Chevrolet dealers including Don Yenko and Fred Gibbs knew that it was possible to build almost anything. With the Central Office Production Order (COPO) process usually reserved for fleets a request could be made for a unique and specially built car. Since the 396ci big block was already available the 427/425hp L72 engine would be a drop-in fit for the Camaro. The resulting COPO Camaros quickly reclaimed Chevrolets honor in Super Stock drag racing and on the street. Despite limited traction they were capable of quarter-mile times in the low 13-second range. With simple tuning and slicks times dipped into the 11-second range. This example is an authentic 1969 COPO Camaro in classic Hugger Orange and Ivory interior. Fully restored it comes complete with original Protect-O-Plate package installment sale contract Roger Budd Chevrolet envelope package 1969 pre-delivery inspection sheet. Purchased new by David A Griffin and previously owned by MLB great Reggie Jackson. Its equipped with a V8 engine Muncie 4-speed manual transmission 12-bolt Camaro axle and correct brake booster. This COPO is equipped with a matching-numbers engine and correct date-coded drivetrain.

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1422 (Sale Order: 195 of 248)      

This heavily pedigreed 1962 Corvette known as Elegance has many subtle custom modifications that might be overlooked due to its seamless sleek design. Finished in a one-off color called Champagne Mist this custom piece is powered by a 500hp LS7 with street and performance polished accessories mated to a polished 4L65E automatic transmission. Rounding out the engine bay is a polished aluminum radiator with stainless air conditioning lines. The exhaust system is polished stainless with custom one-off tips and suspension is a fully polished C4 on a custom molded chassis. The sleek design and body modifications on the front of the piece are extreme including removing of the bumpers with solid grille rings accenting the front with matching side grilles. The coves were also fitted with custom billet inserts. The body modifications include widening of the rear quarters by 2 raising the top body line 1 and lengthening it 1. All body lines have been peaked and/or modified. The wheel openings have been tastefully altered to accept larger wheels and the inner fenders custom-made and molded to the body. All bolts on the piece are polished stainless the hood and trunk latches removed and actuators were installed under the side of car completely molded. All the wiring is hidden. Headlight rings were custom-made to eliminate the need for screws. A custom engine cover was fitted with an emblem that matches the side emblems. The beautiful leather interior was all custom-made including seats and console. Billet spears throughout the interior match the billet side moldings. The headliner and trunk are all leather with one-off billet accents. The cars awards include Detroit Great 8 Top Ten Builder Choice in Del Mar CA Top Ten Builder Choice in Loveland CO and Gold winner at Corvette Nationals in Chicago. It was also a feature car at the Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show in Indianapolis IN feature car at SEMA in Las Vegas - Meguiars Car Crazy TV show and Top 12 of Mothers Shine Award at SEMA special guest at Long Beach MotoRama and featured in the November 2011 issue of Super Chevy Platinum magazine. Awards accompany the car. The piece has been driven over 700 miles since competing in the show circuit proving its road-worthiness. This is a one-off stunning heavily pedigreed 1962 Corvette.

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1973 PORSCHE 911S

Lot # 1424 (Sale Order: 196 of 248)      

Finished in Gemini Blue with RS-style door panels this has had only four owners. The first owner from Florida owned the car for 30 years. The 2.4-liter engine at 190hp and 915 5-speed transmission were restored by Haus of Performance. The original Fuchs wheels were restored by Al Reed. It features a properly set-up MFI system. It has nice chrome and detailing original factory-ordered rear window with tint and radio delete. The interior features black replica sport seats with houndstooth inserts and was redone by Autos International. This original European-spec car is matching-numbers and color codes. With a complete nut-and-bolt restoration it runs excellent and has great documentation.

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1970 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE CABRIOLET

Lot # 1425 (Sale Order: 197 of 248)      

This low-grille Cabriolet is finished in Tobacco Brown with stunning tan full-leather interior. This extremely rare Southern estate classic underwent a recent high-dollar ground-up restoration. This magnificent coach-built classic is far more rare than its 3.5 counterpart. Only 243 low-grille 2.8-liter Cabriolets were built for the U.S. from 1968-71. Today a limited number of outstanding examples remain. 4-speed automatic transmission.

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1986 FERRARI TESTAROSSA MIAMI VICE CAR

Lot # 1426 (Sale Order: 198 of 248)      

Crocket and Tubbs Iconic Ferrari Serial #63631 this 1986 Ferrari Testarossa is possibly the most famous Ferrari in popular culture as the Miami Vice hero car. Originally finished in Metallic Black this early mono-specchio or single-mirror-model Testarossa was delivered new with the 4.9-liter 390hp Flat-12 engine with 5-speed manual gearbox beige leather interior power windows locks and seats cruise control and air conditioning. After the Miami Vice series ended in 1989 the car was retired and placed in storage from 1990 to 2015. It has 16500 original miles. Authenticated by Ferrari North America and Ferrari Classiche it is also documented with service records from Shelton Ferrari in Fort Lauderdale FL. Has received an engine-out service at a cost of $8000. Copy of the original title from Universal Studios Letter from Ferrari North America Factory blueprints Miami Vice Universal Studios bumper plaque and City of Miami Windshield Permit.

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1977 PORSCHE 930 TURBO

Lot # 1427 (Sale Order: 199 of 248)      

Very Rare 1977 3.0L Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera with matching engine and transmission as per Certificate of Authenticity. Finished in iconic Porsche heritage Silbergrundiamant (ice green metallic). Interior black leather with full Green Tartan Dress Inserts extremely desirable and rare in its original state. Electric sunroof rear wipers front headlight washer Turbo Carrera badging and perhaps the most elegant whale tail design ever produced. Only 3 owners the present owner a medical doctor has cared for the car for 30 years and always stored it in a climate controlled environment as evidenced by its immaculate condition. It has 106000 actual kilometers (represented in kilometers on title) and was imported to the U.S. from Canada six years ago. The second owner a former Porsche head mechanic bought the car in 1978 and did a complete engine and turbo overhaul at 43000 miles when it was purchased by the seller. The car did not require the overhaul at the time but the second owner did it to ensure it was sold in top shape. Comes with original jack miscellaneous tools and kit bag roll.

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1967 SHELBY GT500 FASTBACK SAMMY HAGARS

Lot # 1428 (Sale Order: 200 of 248)      

This is Sammy Hagars 1967 Shelby GT500 that he owned from 1989 to 2006. Listed in the Shelby Registry this car was a personal project of Sammys and was rebuilt in 1992-93. It features a 427ci tunnel-port engine with Detroit locker and 4-speed manual transmission. The car was originally ordered with a standard non-louver hood no air conditioning an automatic and in Nightmist Blue. The Red Rocker Cant Drive 55 so it was painted Guards Red with black stripes and modified with plenty of Ford speed parts. Included in this auction is a display of Sammys personal guitar and pick and an autographed display bottle of Cabo Wabo Sammy used to celebrate when he sold this car in 2006. To Sammy Thanks. Your friend Carroll Shelby is proudly shown on the dash.

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