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Lucky Collector Car Auction Spring Classic (SAT)

Saturday, May 31, 2014  |  10:30 AM Pacific
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The Lucky Collector Car Auction Spring Classic is a 2-day vintage vehicle live auction - over 100 vintage vehicles!

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1980 Nissan 280Z

1980 Nissan 280Z

Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 1 of 110)      

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1976 Datsun

1976 Datsun

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 2 of 110)      

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1960 Batmobile Coin-Operated Ride

1960 Batmobile Coin-Operated Ride

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 3 of 110)      

This is a 1960's coin operated ride. Before TV shows and movies became a popular medium for comics to be viewed, comic books featuring Batmobiles displayed them as either orange or blue in color. The body has been recently restored, and was repainted a few months ago. The ride is currently operational and works great. It weighs about 350lbs and measures 2 feet wide, 6 feet long and 40 inches high.

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1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 4 of 110)      

VIN: 10704412040873 Mileage (showing): 53,251 A proper 1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SL. Very clean, straight body and starts and runs great. Also features power windows. The owner’s manual is in the glove box as well as the new car delivery inspection sheet from 1977. The whole interior including the headliner and carpet is in excellent condition. The exterior paint is also excellent all-around.

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1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe

1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 5 of 110)      

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1999 Honda Accord

1999 Honda Accord

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 6 of 110)      

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1991 BMW 850

1991 BMW 850

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 7 of 110)      

150,000 miles showing. A strong runner. Well maintained V-12 automatic. Black with black leather interior. New wheels and tires. Sunroof.

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1941 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan

1941 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 8 of 110)      

VIN: 14AG117088 Daily driver. Driven most of its life by a little old lady. 6 cylinders, 3 speed. All original. Everything works: gauges, wipers, lights, original 6 volt. Drive the past today!

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1996 Isuzu Oasis

1996 Isuzu Oasis

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 9 of 110)      

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1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio

1988 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 10 of 110)      

VIN: WBAEG2313MCB74070 94,000 miles showing. Ready for summer fun! Absolutely pristine car. Needs nothing. New top, custom steering wheel and leather interior. 5-Spped manual. Both clutch and brakes have recently been replaced. Great new stereo system. Brand new tires. Has recently been serviced and has always been garaged. Custom plates.

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1994 Jaguar XJ6

1994 Jaguar XJ6

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 11 of 110)      

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1934 Dodge Model KC Pickup Truck

1934 Dodge Model KC Pickup Truck

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 12 of 110)      

1934 Dodge PU Hot Rod Steel cab, suicide doors, custom top insert w/sunroof, glass fenders, bed shortened 12", custom rolled pan & tail lights, custom Blue & clear coat paint by Tom Bramhall, Rootlieb hood, Dan Fink hardware, stainless grille, aluminum radiator. Boxed frame, Fatman Mustang II front end with power disc brakes and rack & Pinion steering. Morrison 4 bar coilover rear suspensoin, Ford 9 inch rear with Strange axles. Early 392 Hemi professionally built, CSC cam, Arias forged pistons, Wiand intake, BDS 671 blower and drive, dual performer carbs, MSD-6 distributor. Custom headers, custom side exhaust cut outs, Stainless Turbo mufflers, Chrysler 727 trans, Lokar shifter, ET Gasser wheels, 15X6 front, 15X10 rear. Stock dash with upgraded United Encore resto 12 v gauges, tilt wheel, Lokar shifter, chrome mouldings, power windows, Mark Matelich leather interior. Fresh car, very low miles, dyno tuned by Blood Enterprises, runs cool & sounds awesome. Numerous show awards. No expense spared - this is a fantastic looking and driving street rod!

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1964 Volkswagen Beetle

1964 Volkswagen Beetle

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 13 of 110)      

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1977 MG Midget

1977 MG Midget

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 14 of 110)      

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1972 Chevrolet Camaro

1972 Chevrolet Camaro

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 15 of 110)      

VIN: 1Q87H2N166214 Mileage: 51,000 51,000 miles. Rust free. 350 Chevy engine. 4 bolt main. Mild cam. Pete Jackson gear drive. Edebrock intake & carburetor. 1 5/8th headers. Digital MSD 6AL ignition box. Hypertech coil. Muroso 40 OHMs wires (high resistance wires). Turbo 350 transmission with shift kit and transmission cooler. Power steering and power disc brakes. 3:08 Gear Rear end. Open rear end. Brand new blue paint job with black and grey interior. Column shift.

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1966 Chrysler 300

1966 Chrysler 300

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 16 of 110)      

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1964 Chevrolet Nova

1964 Chevrolet Nova

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 17 of 110)      

Sedan Cruiser. Low Reserve. Great deal! Chevy II 4-Door VIN: 40469W110841 Mileage: 99,030 Only 18 months after giving designers the green light, GM produced and presented the first Chevy II (soon to be known as the Chevrolet Nova). The first production of the Chevy II rolled off the Willow Run, Michigan assembly line in August 1961, and the new GM Chevy was introduced not long after in the following month. As one can see by the simple lines and lack of cosmetic flair, the Chevrolet Nova was never envisioned to be a revolutionary automotive concept. Instead, GM produced the car with the intention of creating a car that offered “maximum functionalism and thrift”. The first generation of the Chevrolet II (Nova) was produced from 1962-1965 and was offered in 5 body styles: 2-Door Sedan, 2-Door Hardtop, 2-Door Convertible (only available from ‘62-’63), 4-Door Sedan and 4-Door Station Wagon. At the beginning of the first generation, the Nova included a Chevrolet 153 4-cylinder engine and a new third generation 194cu in Chevrolet straigt-6 engine. Our 1964 Chevrolet Nova is finished in a deep burgundy and features its original straight-6 230 cu in engine and 2-Speed Powerglide automatic transmission. Though extremely solid underneath, there is a rusty reaction under the right rear trunk area causing the paint to lift. This is likely due to poor prep on the paint. There is also some rust on the door bottoms. Purchase of the vehicle will include replacement doors, as well as other parts to go with the car. It features kickin’ tunes. The car runs excellently and has been driven hundreds of miles in the last few weeks. We also have correct front seats that will need upholstery, as well as the original style rear springs to replace the modified ones that are currently on the car. This is a great runner and driver that would be an easy project. A desirable year, this Nova Chevy II can be fun for the whole family. You can modify it as a resto-mod or make it stock again. It gets great gas mileage and turns heads wherever it goes.

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2006 Mazda 3S

2006 Mazda 3S

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 18 of 110)      

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1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Recreation

1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Recreation

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 19 of 110)      

Porsche produced fewer than 3,000 356 Speedsters total. Originals are harder to find and their prices are soaring into six-digit figures. These manufactured, Turn-Key, cars are the absolute finest quality with spot-on proportions. "Better than New" fit and finish with all-new or remanufactured components. The turn-key 356 Speedster re-creation offered is among the finest available. It's built and finished to mimic an original 356 minus the six-figure price tag. This re-creation is powered by a dual-carbureted 1600cc flat-four paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The speedster replicas feature a reinforced fiberglass body, safety glass windshield, full lighting and VW chassis. It is a joy to drive. It is economical and an absolute head turner. This car is titled as a 1993 KITV Series 64 Porsche.

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1974 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

1974 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Lot # 123 (Sale Order: 20 of 110)      

New Top. Superb Mechanicals. Professional Alfa Mechanic Owned. Stainless Bumpers. Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo began production of the iconic roadster “Spider” series in 1966. This two-door design classic was remained in production for nearly three decades, with little aesthetic and mechanical changes. The first three Spider series were assembled by Pininfarina in Grugliasco, and the fourth series in San Giorgio Canavese. During the many decades of production, Alfa Romeo also created a 2.3 liter single-seater racing version of the Spider (the Alfa Romeo 8C) which was driven to victory at the Targa Florio race in Sicily in 1931 and 1932. The last Spider was produced in April 1993. In 1970 Alfa Romeo released the Series 2 Spider, which was produced until 1983. The Series 2 featured the first significant changes aesthetically as well as mechanically. During the first year of production for the Series 2 Spider, Alfa Romeo introduced a new and more conventional cut-off tail called the “Kamm Tail”. Numerous other small changes included a slightly different grille, new door handles, top-hinged pedals and an improved interior trim. Under the hood, the Series 2 Spider Veloce got a new and improved 1962 cc 132 HP engine, and consequently the name was changed from 1750 Spider Veloce to 2000 Spider Veloce. Our 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce is a restored and lovingly maintained survivor. The car runs well with its original engine, and shows a beautiful, and original, ivory exterior. Mechanically, this Spider Veloce has a strong running, non-smoking engine that shifts with ease. The factory original tonneau cover, jack and tool roll are included with the car. Recent maintenance of the vehicle includes a new top, seat covers, exterior side mirrors, console shift boot and after-market Alfa Romeo floor carpets. Other updates are new inner & outer shift boots, U-joints, water pump, wiper blades and trailing arm bushing. The water pump and starter were also recently replaced, and the Spider boasts a fresh alignment and front and rear brake pads. The previous owner was a factory trained Alfa mechanic. There is some floor rust as shown in the photographs. Trunk/spare area has minor pinholes. Overall, very clean stainless bumpers. Mileage assumed to be actual.

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1973 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top

1973 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top

Lot # 124 (Sale Order: 21 of 110)      

1973 Chevrolet Corvette 454 Big Block with 4 Speed NO RESERVE 454 Big Block, Number matching Four speed, new clutch kit Fresh interior, paint, and all kinds of other updates. New tires & wheels. About 20k in recent service Exceptional car read to be loved by a new owner Priced to sell Number matching. Factory A/C. California car recently partially restored including new tires and wheels, new factory style leather interior and carpets. New two stage paint with original factory silver paint. New fuel tank. New clutch, pressure plate, throw out and pilot bearings. New gaskets, new exhaust manifolds, new windshield (factory), new center rear view mirror, and much much more. A/C is not hooked up. Smog pump no longer with the car. This is an exceptional California car from new. Over 30,000 in recent services and restoration. No expense spared. To be sold at NO RESERVE. Some receipts accompany the car.

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1981 DeLorean DMC-12

1981 DeLorean DMC-12

Lot # 125 (Sale Order: 22 of 110)      

The DeLorean DMC-12 was the only model every produced by the DeLorean Motor Company. This sports car was manufactured by John DeLorean from 1981 to 1982, and by the end of their production in December 1982, about 9,200 DMC-12s were produced. The first prototype appeared in October of 1976, and production official began in 1981 in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland. DMC-12s were a new and exciting design in the automotive world. They featured several unusual and distinctive features such as gull-wing doors, un-painted stainless steel body panels, and a rear-mounted motor. With the exception of the three DeLoreans that were plated in 24-karat gold, all DMC-12s left the factory paneled in brushed SS304 stainless steel and left either uncovered by paint or clear-coated. Each of these stainless steel panels were fixed to an unique, fiberglass monocoque underbody. This underbody was affixed to a double-Y frame chassis, derived from the Lotus Esprit platform. Despite all of these distinctive aspects of the DMC, perhaps the most renown feature is the Delorean’s gull-wing doors. All DMC-12s were produced with cryogenically preset torsion bars and gas-charged struts in order to support these heavy and large doors. Also featured in the DMC-12 were Peugeot Renault Volvo (PRV) 2.85 liter V6 engines, largely influenced by the Lotus Esprit, as well as four-wheel independent suspension, coil springs, and telescopic shock absorbers. Steering was rack and pinion, allowing a tight turning radius, and was paired with power-assisted disc brakes on all wheels. This 80’s classic was sold to its first owner in December of 1981 by John Hine Pontiac. It was purchased by its second, and current owner, in 1985. Since its purchase by senior plant engineer Marshall Zaun of DeLorean Motors, the car has been lovingly maintained, with minimal changes. The owners of the car stated that their goal while owning this DeLorean was to keep it in exceptional mechanical shape, while also maintaining the integrity and distinctiveness of the DMC-12. Some of the meticulous care for this car included replacing the A/C fan, putting in new leather on the dash, and replacing the old tires. Besides these few changes and other basic maintenance procedures, the car is original throughout. The rims, upholstery, carpeting, headliner are all original 1981 DeLorean factory features. The car also features the original 6-cyliner, 174 cu. in engine and 5-speed transmission. Overall, this example of the famed DeLorean DMC-12 is remarkable. The panel fit is tight. The stainless paneling is beautiful and the interior is in good shape, showing only slight aging and wear, typical of a car being used and driven over several decades. This DeLorean shows less than consistent use by its two previous owners, as it has very low original miles. It also exhibits the beauty of a vehicle that is driven and maintained as it was designed. As only 6,500 DeLorean Motor cars are believed to still exist, this would be an magnificent car to add to any collection. Mileage assumed to be actual.

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1966 Oldsmobile Toronado

1966 Oldsmobile Toronado

Lot # 126 (Sale Order: 23 of 110)      

America's first front wheel drive car since the 1937 Cord Vacuum operated pop-up headlamps 1966 Motor Trend "Car of the Year" Price new: $4,779 base price, $6,000+ well-optioned; 40,963 produced in 1966 This first generation Toronado 2 door coupe is an unmolested original example with 92,000 original miles. Deluxe options include air conditioning, power seat, power windows, tilt/telescope wheel, cruise control and cornering lamps. The exterior color is original Ocean Mist and the interior color is turquoise. The Olds is well-maintained and has experienced a single repaint and the interior is original.

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1948 Packard Convertible

1948 Packard Convertible

Lot # 127 (Sale Order: 24 of 110)      

Spectacular Barn Find One Owner from new! Owner was a factory Packard mechanic. Brother was the owner from the Franchise. Name of Franchise, same as original Owner. The owner passé away a year or so ago, still titled in his name Off the road for over 10 years We just freshened it up and got it running. This is a once & a lifetime opportunity. A fabulous barn find

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1951 Pontiac Streamliner Woodie Wagon

1951 Pontiac Streamliner Woodie Wagon

Lot # 128 (Sale Order: 25 of 110)      

Lovely Original Condition - Beautiful Patina Starts with Ease - Drives Wonderfully This Pontiac is all steel construction with the woodgrain outside, ash wood door caps and posts inside (original finish). Overall in lovely original condition finished in a beautiful Palmetto Green paint. The car features all its surviving woodgrain, having only minor touchups to the rear lower corners. The previous owner used teh car for parades, and to promote his business ForeCastle Rum. The interior is completely original except for the front seat facings. The original coated cloth fabric on the seats, headliner and door panels is very nice throughout. Dash & gauges are original and everything works, the dash paint being in its original condition. As it has been lovingly maintained throughout its life, this Woodie Pontiac starts right up and runs and drives wonderfully. The Hydromatic 4-speed transmission shifts flawlessly. Some recent maintenance that has been done to the car includes: New U-joints, front & rear shocks New generator belt & exhaust system New complete brakes throughout with new cylinders/hardware Re-cored radiator, new water pump, fuel pump Rebuilt carburetor Engine oil change & tune up

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