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AUBURN AUCTION - FRIDAY CARS -Dakota Discoveries

AUBURN AUCTION - FRIDAY CARS -Dakota Discoveries

Friday, August 30, 2019  |  3:30 PM Eastern
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AUBURN AUCTION - FRIDAY CARS -Dakota Discoveries

AUBURN AUCTION - FRIDAY CARS -Dakota Discoveries

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1997 Harley-Davidson FLSTS Heritage Springer

Lot # 1163 (Sale Order: 1 of 9)      

80 cid (1340cc) Evolution V-twin engine, five-speed gearbox, springer front suspension, single coil spring rear suspension, front disc and rear drum brakes; wheelbase: Th...moree FLSTS Heritage Springer was introduced by Harley-Davidson in 1997 as a replacement for the FLSTN Heritage Softail. Unlike the FXSTS Softail Springer, the FLSTS Heritage Springer was equipped with a 16-inch front wheel rather than the 21-inch. It also came with a number of period-style features, like saddlebags with matching fringe, whitewall tires, and passing lamps to give it the look of a '48 FL Panhead. The '97-'99 model years had the exciting Evolution motor with a five-speed gearbox, mated with the traditional closed primary chain case. The Evolution uses a dual fire ignition which fires both cylinders at the same time although one piston would not be at the optimal compression stroke. Traditional carbs empty the 4.2-gallon tank, and the FLSTS sounds just like a..wait for it..a vintage Harley! Since then, this example one of just 9,717 produced has only been ridden just 5,975 miles. Harley-Davidson designed the Heritage model to evoke its past, and the air-cooled 80 cubic-inch V-twin holds no surprises for Harley-Davidson riders in 2019, just as it would have felt familiar to riders in 1948 as well. Motorcycle Cruiser magazine said of the 1997 model when it debuted, To punctuate the vintage styling of the Heritage Springer, Harley™s designers included plenty of retro touches and features. Full fenders swoop around fat tires with wide whitewalls. While the Softail chassis looked like a hardtail, it doesn't ride like one. The Springer front end is refined and utilizes a 16-inch wheel faithful to history, while the rear features a single shock for handling that was noted at the time as exceptionally stable. This one stands ready for any long ride, or certain entry into any bike show. The Birch White paint motif is classic, with matching blue basket-weaved leather saddlebags, plenty of chrome and many special features. Our consignor equipped it with a windscreen, and it was senior citizen-owned and ridden from new. Bid with confidence, and you'll soon be out celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Easy Rider in a glorious Born To Be Wild moment out on the open road.

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1966 Chevrolet Corvette L-79 Coupe

Lot # 1164 (Sale Order: 2 of 9)      

327 cid L-79 V-8 engine, 350 HP, four-speed manual transmission, front independent coil spring suspension, rear transverse leaf spring suspension, front and rear disc brakes; wheelbase: Despite the tireless development of the Corvette by Zora Arkus-Duntov and his team, and the incredible success it achieved in sales and on the track, by 1966 the Corvette was being seriously challenged by Carroll Shelby's Cobra. Duntov upped the ante engine-wise with the L-79, pushing 350 HP, as well as the track-intended 427. Most Corvette historians agree that the L-79 equipped cars represent the most drivable and best handling Corvettes of the era. The L-79 327 produced 350 horsepower at 5,800 RPM and the same torque as the standard engine except at 200 RPM higher. It featured forged domed pistons with valve reliefs, cylinder heads with larger 2.02/1.60-inch valves, a Duntov cam with .447/.447-inch lift, an 11:1 compression ratio and a free-flowing aluminum intake manifold. Straight from the factory with the M-20 four-speed manual transmission, this Vette also features new suspension, brakes, and tires, and is supplied with a custom car cover and battery charger. This L-79 has received meticulous care, with just under 40,600 miles from new. It comes from 41-years of single ownership after initial purchase and is supplied with paperwork. It sports the correct #986 Silver Pearl paint and side exhaust for a look that really defines the C-2 era. Steel wheels and factory hubcaps complete the sporty and classic good looks of this lovely Corvette. Options include the very rare factory air-conditioning, tinted windows, telescoping wheel, and a factory AM/FM radio with power antenna. The bucket seat interior looks like new, with clean carpets and sharp trim everywhere. There is virtually nothing to do but get in and drive. With a racing pedigree and undeniable styling, this fine 1966 L-79 Corvette is a wonderful example of a highly accurate and true numbers matching American legend, and one of the best-driving years of C-2 Corvette production ever.
327 cid L-79 V-8 engine, 350 HP, four-speed manual transmission, front independent coil spring suspension, rear transverse leaf spring suspension, front and rear disc bra...morekes; wheelbase: Despite the tireless development of the Corvette by Zora Arkus-Duntov and his team, and the incredible success it achieved in sales and on the track, by 1966 the Corvette was being seriously challenged by Carroll Shelby's Cobra. Duntov upped the ante engine-wise with the L-79, pushing 350 HP, as well as the track-intended 427. Most Corvette historians agree that the L-79 equipped cars represent the most drivable and best handling Corvettes of the era. The L-79 327 produced 350 horsepower at 5,800 RPM and the same torque as the standard engine except at 200 RPM higher. It featured forged domed pistons with valve reliefs, cylinder heads with larger 2.02/1.60-inch valves, a Duntov cam with .447/.447-inch lift, an 11:1 compression ratio and a free-flowing aluminum intake manifold. Straight from the factory with the M-20 four-speed manual transmission, this Vette also features new suspension, brakes, and tires, and is supplied with a custom car cover and battery charger. This L-79 has received meticulous care, with just under 40,600 miles from new. It comes from 41-years of single ownership after initial purchase and is supplied with paperwork. It sports the correct #986 Silver Pearl paint and side exhaust for a look that really defines the C-2 era. Steel wheels and factory hubcaps complete the sporty and classic good looks of this lovely Corvette. Options include the very rare factory air-conditioning, tinted windows, telescoping wheel, and a factory AM/FM radio with power antenna. The bucket seat interior looks like new, with clean carpets and sharp trim everywhere. There is virtually nothing to do but get in and drive. With a racing pedigree and undeniable styling, this fine 1966 L-79 Corvette is a wonderful example of a highly accurate and true numbers matching American legend, and one of the best-driving years of C-2 Corvette production ever.

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1934 Pontiac 8 Sport Coupe

Lot # 1165 (Sale Order: 3 of 9)      

223 cid inline eight-cylinder engine, 84 HP, three-speed manual transmission, semi-elliptic leaf spring suspension, drum brakes; wheelbase: The Pontiac line for 1934 featured all-new larger Fisher bodies as compared with the previous year, along with a completely new chassis riding on a 117-inch wheelbase. The big news this year was the new "knee-action" independent front suspension of the Dubonnet type. The Dubonnet system was completely self-contained with the coil spring and double acting shock absorber carried in an oil-filled housing. This feature, called True Course Steering allowed for much smoother steering action since the linkage was not connected directly to a potentially bouncing wheel. This was only the second model year for the straight eight Silver Streak engine and it was already being improved upon. A new G.M.R. cylinder head was installed that raised the compression ratio from 5.7 to 6.2:1. The head featured bosses in place over each of the valves that raised the compression without interfering with airflow in and out of the combustion chamber. For 1934, the horsepower rating was now 84 HP at 3,800 RPM, up 7 HP from the previous model year, and likely the reason it was Pontiac best-selling model for the year. You'll love the mirror finish of the burgundy paint, which highlights the scalloped fender details beautifully. This example sports great chrome, including optional bumper guards, and a classic matching Pontiac luggage trunk out back. Options include the delicate and valuable mascot radiator cap, dual locking side-mounted spares, dual taillights, and an unusual crank-down rear window that allows communication with the rumble seat passengers. The woodgrain interior features like-new cloth seats, an Art Deco translucent shifter ball, and a very unique seven-day clock with pull chain mounted in the rearview mirror. With real wood trim and classic gauges, you'll love driving this Pontiac and showing it off to your friends. With a definite nod to classic styling, yet with more modern performance, any Pontiac collector will advise you that this is a rare and desirable addition to any garage.
223 cid inline eight-cylinder engine, 84 HP, three-speed manual transmission, semi-elliptic leaf spring suspension, drum brakes; wheelbase: The Pontiac line for 1934 feat...moreured all-new larger Fisher bodies as compared with the previous year, along with a completely new chassis riding on a 117-inch wheelbase. The big news this year was the new "knee-action" independent front suspension of the Dubonnet type. The Dubonnet system was completely self-contained with the coil spring and double acting shock absorber carried in an oil-filled housing. This feature, called True Course Steering allowed for much smoother steering action since the linkage was not connected directly to a potentially bouncing wheel. This was only the second model year for the straight eight Silver Streak engine and it was already being improved upon. A new G.M.R. cylinder head was installed that raised the compression ratio from 5.7 to 6.2:1. The head featured bosses in place over each of the valves that raised the compression without interfering with airflow in and out of the combustion chamber. For 1934, the horsepower rating was now 84 HP at 3,800 RPM, up 7 HP from the previous model year, and likely the reason it was Pontiac best-selling model for the year. You'll love the mirror finish of the burgundy paint, which highlights the scalloped fender details beautifully. This example sports great chrome, including optional bumper guards, and a classic matching Pontiac luggage trunk out back. Options include the delicate and valuable mascot radiator cap, dual locking side-mounted spares, dual taillights, and an unusual crank-down rear window that allows communication with the rumble seat passengers. The woodgrain interior features like-new cloth seats, an Art Deco translucent shifter ball, and a very unique seven-day clock with pull chain mounted in the rearview mirror. With real wood trim and classic gauges, you'll love driving this Pontiac and showing it off to your friends. With a definite nod to classic styling, yet with more modern performance, any Pontiac collector will advise you that this is a rare and desirable addition to any garage.

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1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Roadster

Lot # 1166 (Sale Order: 4 of 9)      

206 cid inline six-cylinder engine, 80 HP, three-speed manual transmission, front suspension, rear semi-floating axle, four-wheel drum brakes; wheelbase: The 1934 Chevrolet Master and Standard continued Chevrolet's many-year old practice of building two distinct series of cars on different wheelbase lengths. The 1934 Chevrolet Master, in fact, now measured 112 inches, two inches longer than the 1933 model. Both models retained six-cylinder power, but modifications to the Master's 206-cubic-inch engine boosted horsepower from 65 to 80. The lovely Blue Flame engine compartment on the Sport Roadster offered today is simply excellent, with a highly accurate restoration that remains in very good condition and runs smoothly. Chevrolet's big news for 1934 was adoption of "Knee-Action," the sealed Dubonnet type of independent front suspension. Standard equipment on the Master series, it would not be offered on Standard models for a few more years. Longer, heavier, and more powerful than ever, this Master Sport Roadster is a very desirable Chevrolet, and quite rare with the combination of a factory covered spare with a rumble seat. The woodgrain dashboard looks impeccable, and the faux-leather red upholstery is in excellent condition and looks very period-authentic. It's even got the correct kick-out windscreen that looks like new. Your purchase includes new side curtains that match the new top, a custom car cover, and a battery tender. The two-tone gray paint finishes are excellent and correct, with fine chrome and trim throughout. This Sport Roadster features the cool Eagle radiator cap, rear locking hubcap for the spare, and NOS Firestone wide whitewall tires. It's certainly ready for any club tours, car shows, or family vacations you have in mind, and will deliver the family in a unique and sporty style that is undeniable. This seldom seen icon represents the zenith of Chevrolet production for the era, and it is offered in highly original condition from a well-respected collection. With few built they rarely become available and in attractive colors and lovely panel fit, it might just be the ideal addition to your collection.
206 cid inline six-cylinder engine, 80 HP, three-speed manual transmission, front suspension, rear semi-floating axle, four-wheel drum brakes; wheelbase: The 1934 Chevrol...moreet Master and Standard continued Chevrolet's many-year old practice of building two distinct series of cars on different wheelbase lengths. The 1934 Chevrolet Master, in fact, now measured 112 inches, two inches longer than the 1933 model. Both models retained six-cylinder power, but modifications to the Master's 206-cubic-inch engine boosted horsepower from 65 to 80. The lovely Blue Flame engine compartment on the Sport Roadster offered today is simply excellent, with a highly accurate restoration that remains in very good condition and runs smoothly. Chevrolet's big news for 1934 was adoption of "Knee-Action," the sealed Dubonnet type of independent front suspension. Standard equipment on the Master series, it would not be offered on Standard models for a few more years. Longer, heavier, and more powerful than ever, this Master Sport Roadster is a very desirable Chevrolet, and quite rare with the combination of a factory covered spare with a rumble seat. The woodgrain dashboard looks impeccable, and the faux-leather red upholstery is in excellent condition and looks very period-authentic. It's even got the correct kick-out windscreen that looks like new. Your purchase includes new side curtains that match the new top, a custom car cover, and a battery tender. The two-tone gray paint finishes are excellent and correct, with fine chrome and trim throughout. This Sport Roadster features the cool Eagle radiator cap, rear locking hubcap for the spare, and NOS Firestone wide whitewall tires. It's certainly ready for any club tours, car shows, or family vacations you have in mind, and will deliver the family in a unique and sporty style that is undeniable. This seldom seen icon represents the zenith of Chevrolet production for the era, and it is offered in highly original condition from a well-respected collection. With few built they rarely become available and in attractive colors and lovely panel fit, it might just be the ideal addition to your collection.

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1935 Chevrolet Standard 'Three-Window' Coupe

Lot # 1167 (Sale Order: 5 of 9)      

206 cid inline six-cylinder engine, 74 HP, three-speed manual transmission, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf spring suspension, four-wheel drum brakes; wheelbase: Cars like this Coupe were about 10 years old when the GI's returned from World War II, and most were well used by then and needing work. They were the perfect answer for many young men looking for an affordable car to modify and hot rod, so today, finding an unmolested and solid example like this is a rare opportunity. Branded The Most Finely Balanced Low-Priced Car Ever Built by Chevrolet, this car represents the last year of this body style and the public's desire for the new modern closed cars. Featuring the original engine, chassis, and drive-train, this lovely example was beautifully restored in the original style and remains today in excellent condition. It is one of the last Chevrolet models to sport an external radiator cap, and this Eagle winged hood ornament is particularly lovely. The mirror-like paint finishes were expertly applied, featuring the classic two-tone motif with black fenders and new running boards, and even the pinstriping has been replicated beautifully. The car rides on NOS Denman wide whitewalls and painted wheels with chrome beauty rings and caps. Options include a rear covered spare and chrome bumper guards. The interior is very clean and correct, with excellent clean cloth upholstery, vinyl door panels, a lovely woodgrain dash, and full carpets. The woodgrain instrument panel is filled with clean and functional gauges, and it's a very comfortable and accurate presentation throughout. The optional heater works great and helps make this a very comfortable AACA touring car. Your purchase includes a custom car cover and battery tender. Pop the hood, and you'll definitely enjoy seeing the classic inline six-cylinder engine presented with fresh engine paint and all the correct features. It's an AACA Senior Award-winning car, indicating the fine condition and accuracy of the restoration. Well-prepared and beautifully maintained, this lovely Three-Window Coupe will provide the new owner with a dependable, classic, and sporty driving experience.
206 cid inline six-cylinder engine, 74 HP, three-speed manual transmission, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf spring suspension, four-wheel drum brakes; wheelbase: Cars l...moreike this Coupe were about 10 years old when the GI's returned from World War II, and most were well used by then and needing work. They were the perfect answer for many young men looking for an affordable car to modify and hot rod, so today, finding an unmolested and solid example like this is a rare opportunity. Branded The Most Finely Balanced Low-Priced Car Ever Built by Chevrolet, this car represents the last year of this body style and the public's desire for the new modern closed cars. Featuring the original engine, chassis, and drive-train, this lovely example was beautifully restored in the original style and remains today in excellent condition. It is one of the last Chevrolet models to sport an external radiator cap, and this Eagle winged hood ornament is particularly lovely. The mirror-like paint finishes were expertly applied, featuring the classic two-tone motif with black fenders and new running boards, and even the pinstriping has been replicated beautifully. The car rides on NOS Denman wide whitewalls and painted wheels with chrome beauty rings and caps. Options include a rear covered spare and chrome bumper guards. The interior is very clean and correct, with excellent clean cloth upholstery, vinyl door panels, a lovely woodgrain dash, and full carpets. The woodgrain instrument panel is filled with clean and functional gauges, and it's a very comfortable and accurate presentation throughout. The optional heater works great and helps make this a very comfortable AACA touring car. Your purchase includes a custom car cover and battery tender. Pop the hood, and you'll definitely enjoy seeing the classic inline six-cylinder engine presented with fresh engine paint and all the correct features. It's an AACA Senior Award-winning car, indicating the fine condition and accuracy of the restoration. Well-prepared and beautifully maintained, this lovely Three-Window Coupe will provide the new owner with a dependable, classic, and sporty driving experience.

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1931 Ford Model A Coupe

Lot # 1168 (Sale Order: 6 of 9)      

201 cid inline four-cylinder engine, 40 HP, three-speed manual transmission, transverse mounted front and rear leaf spring suspension, drum brakes; wheelbase: The Ford Model A of 1928-1931 was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. The first Model A was designated as a 1928 model and was available in four standard colors. In March 1930, Ford celebrated when Model A sales hit three million, and there were now nine body styles available. The Model A was produced through 1931, and these final year Model As are particularly desirable. The Model A was the Ford Motor Company's dive into style, and a five-window coupe like this was one of the best ways they showed it. This starts with the vintage two-tone paint with matching painted spoke wheels. Uncle Frank bought the car in 1934, and finally restored it himself back in the 70's. He was a craftsman who chose to create new wood trim throughout, and he did a fine job of custom reupholstering the car with brown houndstooth cloth. The current owner states he wanted to buy this car since he was a teen, and finally was able to buy it and freshen it in 1999 upon Uncle Frank's passing. The bumpers, grille, headlights, vinyl roof are all correct, and the car runs and drives well and is regularly enjoyed. Everything fits together nicely, and the doors still close with authority. It has recently been treated to new brakes, tires, and battery, and stands ready to impress your friends in any local parade or car event. The classic 200 cubic-inch motor was the backbone of the Ford Motor Company, so when it's a runner like this, you feel instantly connected with history with every chug of the exhaust. It has been correctly updated for usability with features like an upgraded ignition system and alternator. The Torquey engine is great for parade routes and can keep up with traffic around town. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly with a quick double-clutch, and the brakes are new. In total, this 85+ year-old is still a fun runabout with great colors, great features, and a great price. It's the right Model A for those people who love driving real history, and if that's you, it's time to bid today!
201 cid inline four-cylinder engine, 40 HP, three-speed manual transmission, transverse mounted front and rear leaf spring suspension, drum brakes; wheelbase: The Ford Mo...moredel A of 1928-1931 was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. The first Model A was designated as a 1928 model and was available in four standard colors. In March 1930, Ford celebrated when Model A sales hit three million, and there were now nine body styles available. The Model A was produced through 1931, and these final year Model As are particularly desirable. The Model A was the Ford Motor Company's dive into style, and a five-window coupe like this was one of the best ways they showed it. This starts with the vintage two-tone paint with matching painted spoke wheels. Uncle Frank bought the car in 1934, and finally restored it himself back in the 70's. He was a craftsman who chose to create new wood trim throughout, and he did a fine job of custom reupholstering the car with brown houndstooth cloth. The current owner states he wanted to buy this car since he was a teen, and finally was able to buy it and freshen it in 1999 upon Uncle Frank's passing. The bumpers, grille, headlights, vinyl roof are all correct, and the car runs and drives well and is regularly enjoyed. Everything fits together nicely, and the doors still close with authority. It has recently been treated to new brakes, tires, and battery, and stands ready to impress your friends in any local parade or car event. The classic 200 cubic-inch motor was the backbone of the Ford Motor Company, so when it's a runner like this, you feel instantly connected with history with every chug of the exhaust. It has been correctly updated for usability with features like an upgraded ignition system and alternator. The Torquey engine is great for parade routes and can keep up with traffic around town. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly with a quick double-clutch, and the brakes are new. In total, this 85+ year-old is still a fun runabout with great colors, great features, and a great price. It's the right Model A for those people who love driving real history, and if that's you, it's time to bid today!

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2011 Aluma Car Trailer

Lot # 1170 (Sale Order: 8 of 9)      

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1995 Buick Park Avenue Ultra

Lot # 1171 (Sale Order: 9 of 9)      

3.8-liter transverse-mounted supercharged V-6 engine, 240 HP, four-speed automatic transmission, independent four-wheel coil spring suspension, disc brakes; wheelbase: T...morehe Buick Park Avenue is a legendary full size luxury car built by Buick, starting in 1975 as an appearance option package on the Electra 225 Limited. It became an Electra trim level in 1978 and its own model starting with the 1991 model year after the Electra was considered dated. By 1995, this first-generation Park Avenue featured modern features including side airbags, automatic ride control, interactive traction control, and programmable magnetic variable-effort steering. The Park Avenue was Buick's largest front-wheel drive sedan, and while not the largest vehicle offered by Buick, as that distinction belonged to the Roadmaster, the Park Avenue was the most luxurious and considered the flagship of the marque, and this example is truly loaded with every available option. It begins under the hood, and only the Park Avenue Ultra came with Buick's most powerful supercharged Series II V-6 engine that pushes 240 HP, mated to a 4T60-E four-speed automatic transmission. It's a powerful combination that remains in excellent clean condition, yet the consignor reports an easy 30 MPG on the highway, making this Park Avenue Ultra a rare yet thoroughly modern vintage car. Step inside the cabin, and you'll immediately notice the sumptuous and pristine leather upholstery, clean carpets, and a dashboard absolutely dripping with options. Power seats, power windows, and power doors are joined by power steering, power brakes, air-conditioning and a period AM/FM/CD sound system in a dash that is luxurious and contains elements of both analog and digital technology. The white paint remains in excellent condition, and you'll have to look hard to find even the smallest dings or wear. Even the original dealer brochure is included. If you ever wanted a time capsule from the 90's, this is it, showing only the finest care and condition in a car that was driven and enjoyed by a single family for many years.

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