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Scottsdale Collector Car Auction

Scottsdale Collector Car Auction

Saturday, January 21, 2017  |  10:00 AM Mountain
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Scottsdale Collector Car Auction

Scottsdale Collector Car Auction

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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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1929 FORD MODEL A ROADSTER

Lot # 1429 (Sale Order: 201 of 248)      

This 1929 Model A Roadster is a true 50s-style retro hot-rod masterpiece. Its powered by a 1953 Mercury 8BA Flathead engine built by H&H Flatheads in La Crescenta CA. it also features Ross Racing pistons Scat Mercury crankshaft Scat rods Navarro aluminum heads SCoT blower dual Stromberg 97 carbs custom headers and stainless exhaust. The all-original 1929 roadster body is still all-factory rust-free sheet metal with bare metal photo documentation. Its equipped with a Roadster Shop chassis drilled super bell 4 drop L-beam axle SO-CAL Speed Shops drum-covered discs front brakes 5-speed Tremec TKO-500 manual transmission and Winters quick-change rear-end. The car is being sold with two sets of wheels and tires: red steely wheels with bias-ply tires and Halibrand-style real knockoffs with cheater slicks and also include the original hood. The clean simplicity of the interior is combined with a few Roadster Shop nostalgic touches. Classic Instruments rebuilt the workings and created a new face for 34 Pontiac speedometer and gauge combination dressed-up with a custom bezel and trim and mounted in the center of the dash. A matching tach is mounted in a fabricated vintage-style bracket below the dash. The Tri-C tilt steering column holds a leather-wrapped 4-spoke Sprint Car steering wheel. A custom bench seat and door panels are covered with bright red tuck n roll leather. A pair of bomber-style belts maintains the retro appearance and provides safety. This car features meticulous paint and body work and a 2 chopped Haartz cloth top. It was a Goodguys Hot Rod of the Year finalist in 2011 and featured in Street Rodder Magazine. Built by The Roadster Shop of Mundelien IL one of the top builders in the U.S.

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6

Lot # 1430 (Sale Order: 202 of 248)      

Expertly and precisely restored this LS6 Chevelle was manufactured at the Baltimore MD production plant for export to Dick Irwin Chevrolet. This ultra-rare COPO Chevelle came factory-equipped with the following options: ASI front bucket seats center console firm ride and handling suspension 4.10-ratio rear end posi-traction power brakes LS6 454/450hp V8 engine with M22 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission power steering cowl-induction hood system and SS package. All of this and more is fully documented and supported with two original Build Sheets GM of Canada documentation and a copy of the original renewal certificate. This Chevelles spectacular special-order paint of Daytona Yellow was reapplied over all of its original body panels. The look is absolutely stunning in this desirable color. Equally stunning is the outstanding ivory interior that is completely stock right down to the factory AM 8-track radio.

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1953 FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP

Lot # 1433 (Sale Order: 203 of 248)      

Ford Racing built a killer project to pay tribute to 55 years of F-Series trucking. However this isnt just a nicely restored 53 F-100. It was built from the ground up and features Ford Racings 5.0-liter Cammer crate engine. Built to commemorate its 50th anniversary this thundering 1953 FR100 is the result of a collaboration between Ford Racing Technology and McLaren Performance. Extensive body modifications were incorporated to preserve the look and feel of the original truck while utilizing Ford Racings hot 5.0-liter Cammer crate engine along with an impressive list of performance updates. Even though every major panel except the hood and doors was extensively altered including extending the cab 6 and shortening the bed the finished piece reflects the harmony of shape and style instilled by Ford designers half a century ago. Backing the Cammer engine are custom headers and a dual exhaust system with two catalysts a Cobra radiator a Tremec T56 6-speed manual with a prototype Ford Racing/Centerforce clutch and a custom aluminum-metal matrix driveshaft. Brembo disc brakes were added at each corner to stop the Goodyear F1 Supercar tires mounted on 18 BBS wheels. Traditional appearance with state-of-the-art technology no expense was spared in the building of this incredibly rare one-of-a-kind classic truck.

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1929 FORD ALUMATUB HOT ROD

Lot # 1434 (Sale Order: 204 of 248)      

Named the Alumatub this handcrafted Boyd Coddington creation was built on the very popular American Hot Rod TV series on the Discovery Channel. Hand-formed all-aluminum body by Marcel Delay on a specially constructed Coddington aluminum frame and chassis. Its powered by an aluminum 350ci Chevy engine with Barry Grant demon three-deuce carburation and a Powerglide transmission with Mooneyes electronic shifter quick-change rear end one-off knockoff wheels and lift-off top. Many magazine features.

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1935 BUICK 67C CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1435 (Sale Order: 205 of 248)      

This Phaeton Convertible 67C is powered by a 502ci crate V8 big-block motor with performance intake fuel injection coupled with a 4-speed automatic transmission. This professionally built Resto-Mod has custom features not found on this model ever before. These features include custom aluminum radiator and shroud billet pulleys custom polished Buick valve covers polished intake and polished shroud. Its also equipped with polished Ram-Air intake power disc brakes power steering power locks and power windows. Other features include aluminum gas tank coilover adjustable shocks full hide custom hot rod interior and custom German cloth top. It rides on custom chrome spoke wheels with whitewall tires. Driving this beauty is truly a one-of-a-kind pleasure. This amazing vehicle is absolutely a joy to drive.

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1934 FORD CUSTOM PICKUP

Lot # 1436 (Sale Order: 206 of 248)      

The original iconic So-Cal Speed Shops Jimmy Shines beloved personal 34 truck. Its been featured in movies videos over 65 magazines and was Rodders Journal Truck of the Year. Following in the footsteps of such iconic cars as the Pierson Brothers coupe So-Cal Belly Tank and The California Kid Jimmy Shines 1934 Ford truck is considered a milestone hot rod by many. It took the hot-rod world by storm when it graced the cover of the Rodders Journal in 2001 followed by 65 magazine features to date. The truck has also seen TV time appearing on eight different series such as Hard Shine American Icon and Hot Rod Build Off. It was hand-picked by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top to appear in his rock video I Gotsta Get Paid. TV aside this pickup has become an ambassador of the hot-rod world by travelling across international borders and was featured at the Mooneyes Show in Yokohama Japan. Mechanically the truck comes from an original Ford body and chassis. Shine chopped the cab 5 and channeled the body 6 featuring a semi-belly-panned floor 40 Ford dash hand-built bed with 40 Ford pockets Studebaker top rolls and a lowered tailgate. The interior consists of two real aircraft ejection seats and Ron Mangus stitched military canvas upholstery. The engine is a 277ci H&H Flathead with Navarro heads and intake and two Stromberg carburetors on top of a SCoT supercharger. The transmission is a 39 Ford mated to a 41 Ford differential on a heavily modified Henry Ford frame designed by Shine with solid front axle and wishbone. One of the most distinguishing features is the custom red wheels built after hours by Shine at Boyd Coddingtons shop. Each wheel took three donor wheels starting with 32 Studebaker spoke centers 35 Ford bells and caps attached to custom hoops and like the rest of this hot rod they are truly unique.

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO

Lot # 1437 (Sale Order: 207 of 248)      

Finished in Daytona Yellow this is powered by a 427ci engine and 4-speed manual transmission. Has a real MN code COPO 427 block but not VIN-matched to this car. It has a fresh restoration black interior and sold new at Prout Chevrolet.

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1968 SHELBY GT500 KR FASTBACK

Lot # 1438 (Sale Order: 208 of 248)      

This is an excellent example that had a complete restoration done to a very high standard. The Shelby tag on the car is original and correct to the vehicle and the door tag is also original. The body on the car is excellent as are the floors body panels and paint. All of the brightwork is correct and original. The engine compartment is very correct in appearance. The engine is the original type but is not the original unit to the car. The automatic transmission is correct to the car. The interior is excellent. The rear end is the original and correct to the car. It rides on reproduction Shelby 10-spoke wheels and all five are accounted for. This well-equipped car was ordered new with GT equipment group visibility group Sport Deck rear seat power steering power front disc brakes tilt-away steering column AM radio interior d...cor group and trip odometer. The AM radio has been replaced. All aspects of the cars mechanical components were redone at time of restoration and perform as designed. This is one of 1053 GT500 KRs produced in 1968.

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1969 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR III CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1439 (Sale Order: 209 of 248)      

Originally built at the Baltimore Plant this 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible was shipped to Bowan McLean Motorcar Company in Vancouver BC on April 22 1969. Its equipped with 17 factory-installed options and is powered by its confirmed original born-with 400/366hp Ram Air III matching-numbers engine. This 1969 GTO Judge #0503 was owned first in British Columbia Canada (by its original purchaser new) where it remained until 2004 (35 years of ownership). In 2004 GTO #0503 would be auctioned off to its third owner in Atlanta GA. This GTO has been the recipient of a full body-off restoration. It qualified was accepted and entered into Cobble Beach Concours dElegance 2016. First Place ribbon and trophy from concours (both will be included with vehicle sale). This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge #0503 includes PHS paperwork copy of GM Build Sheet and GM Vintage Vehicle Historical Society Paperwork. It is one of 108 1969 GTO Judge convertibles built for worldwide production in 69 and one of 29 with automatic transmission. This is also the only triple-green GTO Judge convertible ever built.

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1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

Lot # 1440 (Sale Order: 210 of 248)      

This is powered by a 440ci engine with 6-barrel carb and 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in Lemon Twist Yellow this matching-numbers engine and transmission were inspected and certified by Galen Govier. It is an original well-maintained and preserved Superbird showing just over 21000 original miles. It has its original 440ci 6-barrel engine A833 4-speed manual transmission and 3.54:1 Sure-Grip heavy-duty 9-3/4 Dana 80 differential and Fender Tag all confirmed by the Govier visual inspection. The inspections come with this car. The premium trim vinyl bucket seats charcoal and black interior pistol-grip shifter and the Hi-Impact Lemon Twist Yellow paint all make this a very rare very desirable matching-number winged warrior that is a testament to the end of an era when cars were the muscle.

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1969 DODGE HEMI CHARGER 500

Lot # 1441 (Sale Order: 211 of 248)      

The 426 HEMI engine introduced by Chrysler in 1964 gave racers an instant supremacy over the competition but as GM and Ford gained ground with their own exotic power plants Chrysler engineers turned to aerodynamics to regain the edge on the track. In 1968 Dodge introduced a redesigned Charger with a stylish new form incorporating Coke-bottle contours a new recessed grille using the originals hidden headlights a flying buttress roof with recessed rear window and minimal bright trim. The new Charger enjoyed a six-fold increase in sales but it was still aerodynamically limited even with HEMI power at hand so for 1969 a homologation special was developed using a flush-mounted Coronet front grille and flush rear window. Named the Charger 500 it was the last significant step in the search for improved aerodynamics before the introduction of the famous Dodge Charger Daytona. Although the 500 moniker symbolized the NASCAR requirement for homologation Dodge built only 392 Charger 500 coupes one of which is this outstanding example that has been a fixture in the Wellborn Musclecar Museum since 2004. Well known as the most highly optioned Charger 500 known to exist it was sold new with an MSRP of $5821.91 at Argyle Chrysler Dodge in Cooksville Ontario in Canada. It was the subject of a feature article in a 2005 issue of Muscle Car Review where its fulsome list of options was chronicled in detail including the luggage rack that was ordered for the car but never installed. The customer ordered it the article stated but the rack would not fit because the rear decklid trimmed to accommodate the new window was too short. Powered by a 426/425hp HEMI V8 and TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission its mechanicals include power steering and brakes. Interior appointments include power windows rare cloth bucket seats with headrests center console with slap-stick floor shifter AM radio with 8-track tape player 6-way adjustable drivers seat rear window defogger A01 lighting group and tinted glass. The Bright White paint reminiscent of the body in white finish used in the period by racers with factory connections is accented with a black bumble bee stripe bumper guards and painted steel wheels with red line tires. This unique machine is a Mopar Aero Warrior.

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1957 CHRYSLER 300C CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1442 (Sale Order: 212 of 248)      

This 300 C has undergone a complete restoration including the engine to the highest Chrysler standards. A very rare car its in like-new condition. It features an 8-cylinder engine with automatic transmission.

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1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/300

Lot # 1443 (Sale Order: 213 of 248)      

This 327/300hp Corvette is dressed in rare Riverside Red over factory red Interior. This split-window bears its born-with factory Trim and VIN Tags as well as its factory-original born-with and matching-numbers engine 4-speed T-10 manual transmission and driveline. This car has undergone two restorations and most recently went through an intense frame-off restoration by two NCRS Master Judges. This is an exemplary example a split-window coupe. It has been part of a two private collections for the past 30 years. This car has undergone the most stringent judging processes earning 10 NCRS Top Flight Certifications a Bloomington Gold OEM Gold Certification Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Gold Concours and Triple Diamond Award. This is one of the most iconic car designs ever penned by the greats of Bill Mitchell Larry Shinoda and Peter Brock the first real Stingray in the amazing color combination of Riverside Red on red.

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1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1444 (Sale Order: 214 of 248)      

This custom is powered by an LS1 V8 engine with aluminum driveshaft and automatic transmission. Its also equipped with 4-link suspension custom air-ride suspension and custom 3 stainless-steel exhaust and brake lines throughout. It has a molded rear end stainless-steel fuel and air conditioning lines stainless-steel fuel tank Baer brakes aluminum radiator and serpentine belt system. Its also equipped with custom embedded airbag tanks and smoothie dash. Its finished in two-tone Root Beer with an orange ghost pattern and Chocolate Brown canvas top with full chrome convertible top mechanism. Interior features include the custom cut-down steering wheel custom Kicker audio system Mercedes carpet custom Rolex clock with diamond bezel and C5 Corvette handles. It also has a smooth firewall modified molding along the side of the car power windows power seats tilt steering wheel custom ignition and 4-linked batteries. It rides on 22 rear and 20 front Forgiato wheels. This was a full bolt-off restoration. Every nut and bolt was gone through and immense amount of attention paid to the details. With no expense spared on this build its been featured in multiple publications.

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2005 CHEVROLET CORVETTE C16 CALLAWAY

Lot # 1446 (Sale Order: 215 of 248)      

The Callaway C16 is a limited production bespoke automobile built to order by what the press has called the best specialist engineers in the business. These cars are seriously fast beautiful and exclusive. Only a few are built per year and occasionally one of these cars is for sale. This is the first Cabriolet C16 built. It is a remarkably handsome combination of Tangelo Orange with a Carbon Black interior with Alcantara accents and a silver stitch. The convertible top is power operated black canvas. Its powered by a supercharged 6.0-liter V8 engine with 616hp and 582 ft/lbs of torque. Its also equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox Callaway Multi Pro suspension and Callaway anti-roll bars front and rear. It also features the Dymag carbon wheel package with Michelin Pilot sport PS2 tires polished Eaton supercharger LeMans brake package Callaway sport steering wheel and 6-way sport seats option.

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2008 MAYBACH 57

Lot # 1448 (Sale Order: 216 of 248)      

With a $408000 Window Sticker price this high-option vehicle was formerly owned by NBA star Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors. Its been 100% meticulously maintained and features every option plus DVD and wet bar. Its powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine with automatic transmission. 41243 actual miles.

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1979 PORSCHE 930 TURBO

Lot # 1449 (Sale Order: 217 of 248)      

This California barn-find has 41991 original miles. A U.S. model its finished in gorgeous Guards Red with Cork leather interior. This is a matching numbers car. Its also equipped with a limited-slip differential electric exterior mirror loose-fit protection foil electric sunroof and Pirelli tires as well as the original dealer installed vintage Un-Go Box alarm system and all 3 original keys. It was recently refreshed to factory specs. The 3.3-liter engine brakes and fuel system were all professionally brought back online from its 17 year rest in environment controlled storage.

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2006 FERRARI F430 SPIDER

Lot # 1450 (Sale Order: 218 of 248)      

Always garaged non-smoker this Ferrari is in excellent condition and is fully loaded. It has $40000 extra in carbon-fiber bumpers and interior. With a clean CARFAX it looks and drives great. The seats are like-new in a very clean interior featuring a custom JL Audio sound system with custom-built 12 bass subs behind the seats. It has a new clutch and 13047 actual miles. Automatic transmission.

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1451 (Sale Order: 219 of 248)      

An excellent example of a quality restoration featuring a matching-numbers 427/435hp M21 Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and 4.11 posi-traction rear. Highlights include headrests original side exhaust Tank Sticker tinted windshield hardtop and Rally wheels with red line tires. This car has 23740 miles. The engine was professionally freshened in 2006 and it has replacement carburetors (the originals come with the car). It was in storage from 1973 to 2005 and in a museum from 2006-16. Complete documentation and restoration photo album included.

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1970 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK

Lot # 1452 (Sale Order: 220 of 248)      

This was built on an original rust-free Mach 1 body. Its equipped with a Ford GT driveline supercharged rear engine and 6-speed manual rear transmission. It also has Wilwood 6-piston brakes EVOD knockoff wheels and coilover suspension. The leather interior features a 2000 Mustang dash with vintage gauges and carbon panels throughout.

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2013 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL FLYING SPUR

Lot # 1453 (Sale Order: 221 of 248)      

This Flying Spur Sedan has a clean CARFAX and has always been garaged. It was sold in Las Vegas NV and has been serviced at the Bentley dealership. It was last given a checkup in September 2016. It is nicely equipped with the Mulliner package that includes massage seats with diamond stitching white interior with Mulliner stitching black piping and black logos on the headrest. This vehicle had a MSRP just over $273000. 8100 actual miles.

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1918 LA BESTIONI BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER

Lot # 1454 (Sale Order: 222 of 248)      

Le Bestioni is the product of the fertile imagination of retro auto designer and classic restorer Gary Wales of Woodland Hills CA. With many successful creations to his credit and several world-record prices this is by far his best effort and most exciting offering. Le Bestioni is a stunning creation harkening back to the heroic days when the giant two-man racing cars ruled the road-racing circuits around the world. With few surviving examples of these great juggernauts in existence it became a passion of Wales to reintroduce and once again to make available to the auto aficionado the opportunity to see these monsters in action. This larger-than-life racing car is an exciting experience to see on the road but to drive it is an experience for all time. Le Bestioni incorporates original design elements along with modern safety features that blend and enhance the overall performance allowing the driver and co-pilot to safely navigate with modern driving conditions. The aluminum body for Le Bestioni was designed and constructed by Wales using the traditional Edwards-type forming wheel. Body panels were shaped and fitted by hand. With the inner structure of welded steel for strength and reliability the entire body has been formed and welded together with hundreds of hand-bucked 3/16 rivets. All mechanical work was performed by master mechanic Andres Aranada with assistance by Wales. The massive power plant is of American LeFrance design along with the modified twin chain-drive chassis. The 14-liter 6-cylinder (each piston is the size of a two-pound coffee can) engine and 3-speed manual transmission run with the reliability of a Santa Fe locomotive running on both coil and magneto ignition; the reliability is outstanding. Steering is assisted with the inclusion of Lee Racing off-road power steering and dual power brakes fitted to the front wheels from Hamilton Engineering. The rear brakes are the original massive drum mechanical type with emergency brake incorporated and both working together as one smooth operation. The horn is an original Klaxon horn from pre-1920 as are the solid-brass matched headlights. Spot taillamps are the solid brass diver helmets and an original pre-1920 Italian license plate carrier also incorporates the stop light. The very special mahogany-covered boattail was created and finished with over 20 coats of Epifanes high-gloss varnish by a master classics boat builder while the premier biscuit leather interior was fitted by Hilborn of Rolls-Royce fame. The massive brass radiator shell was carefully constructed by metal artist Bill West. The project was completed in mid-July 2007 with a coming-out party on July 19 2007. This is truly a wolf in wolfs clothing. It is the ultimate statement. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1955 BUICK ROADMASTER CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1455 (Sale Order: 223 of 248)      

This very fine rotisserie restoration was done by a marque specialist. It features a powder-coated frame and complete mechanical rebuild. Finished in Windsor Gray Metallic and Cherokee Red the interior features correct embossed red leather and correct Rockpoint carpet with a proper trunk lining. Its also equipped with a black cloth top with correct top boot and wire wheels. With test miles only it comes with original selling dealer invoice original paperwork and original dealer metal name plate. Dynaflow automatic transmission.

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1963 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE JFK AMBULANCE

Lot # 1456 (Sale Order: 224 of 248)      

The Superior Coach Corporation converted 15 1963 Bonneville chassis into ambulances for the Defense Department and this cars Navy Data Plate shows that it was assigned to Bethesda Naval Hospital. Following President John F. Kennedys assassination on November 22 1963 ambulance 94-49196 met Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base. It was used to transport President Kennedys flag-draped casket as well as members of the Kennedy family from Andrews to Bethesda and later to the U.S. Capitol. Following the Naval service the ambulance was mothballed and eventually sold as surplus. Its history after that is somewhat murky. A letter from the Surgeon Generals office obtained via the FOIA links the Navy Registration number to this cars VIN number but others believe the original car was destroyed at the request of the Kennedy family. More recently it was used in the 2015 biopic Jackie starring Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy. Automatic transmission.

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1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 283/283 CONVERTIBLE

Lot # 1457 (Sale Order: 225 of 248)      

Having undergone a three-year body-off restoration this is finished in black with a red interior and black top. Its powered by a balanced and blueprinted 283/283hp fuel-injected engine and 4-speed manual transmission. It features radio and heater delete. No expense was spared.

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