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A small collection of high quality, investment grade collector cars. These are not daily drivers, they are "cream of the crop" examples of some of the most popular classics on the market.

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1974 Plymouth Duster 360

1974 Plymouth Duster 360

Lot # 101

ESTIMATE: $30,000 to $40,000

'74 Plymouth Duster 360, Paxton Super Charged

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Excellent

* 80%-89% of new condition. Shows minimal wear. High touch surfaces have small blemishes and/or flaws and plated finishes have dulled. Components may show patina and/or blemishes consistent with repeated show detailing, transport, occasional driving on dry roads and outdoor display.

Overall Originality: Personalized Stock

* A largely stock appearing car, restored or unrestored that is near factory condition, with three or more exceptions such as exterior or interior color change, or bolt-on parts such as aftermarket tires, radio, ignition, or exhaust.

Decoding of Fender Tag: Bottom to Top, Left to Right:

* E58 360-4 Barrel High Performance

* D21 Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission

* VS29: V = Plymouth Valiant / Duster, S = Special, 29 = 2 Door Sports Hardtop

* L4G: L = 360 245HP(net) 1-4BBL 8 CYL HP, 4 = 1974, G = St. Louis, MO, USA,

* 219662 Sequence Number '219662'

* 999: Paint Code: Special Orer Paint

* C6X9 (Trim Grade/Style/Color): C = Charger 6 = Vinyl Bucket Seats X9 = Black

* 000 Upper Door Frame: Full Door Panel

* 405 Date Built: 4 / 05 / 1974

* J06789 Order Number: J06789

* V4X Roof Type OR Color: Black Canopy Vinyl Roof

* U Built to Specifications for USA Order

* B41 Front Disc Brakes Some Yrs. Power

* C56 Bucket Seats 1972 up

* G54 Left Hand Outside Mirror - Remote / Chrome

* G64 Right Hand Outside Mirror - Manual / Chrome

* G74 Dual Outside Mirrors LH Remote/RH Manual / Chrome

* J52 Inside Hood Release

* M21 Roof Drip Rail Moldings

* M25 Wide Sill Molding

* M26 Wheel Lip Molding

* N41 Duel Exhaust w/o Tips

* N95 Nox Exhaust Emission Control

* R11 Music Master Radio AM

* V6X Black Longitude Sports Stripe

* V8X Transverse Stripe - Black

* Y39 Special Order

* 26 26 in. Radiator

* END End of Codes

You are looking at an unrestored original paint 360 Duster showing only 25,668 miles on the clock. She shows factory original aside from a few first-owner added goodies, like the "knee knocker" tach. The current owner added only the 5 spoke Raceline wheels to compliment the original bright work and big chrome bumpers.

The color is a rare 999 special order paint code. The original buyer obviously wanted something that would blend into the pavement as he went stalking second generation Camaros.

It is evident that the original owner fawned over his car, take pains to preserve the car as you see it today. Matt Delaney of Delaney Auto Design saw this as the perfect candidate to show off the first running pre-production prototype of Paxton's NOVI Super Charger for Mopar carb applications. Paxton dusted off the original designs that made Mr. Norm famous and updated it to give you reliable power and ultimate driveability. Delaney put it into this stunning A body as proof they that Paxton got it right and to promote the fact that Paxton was back to the business of boosting Mopar.

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2012 Ford Shelby Mustang Shelby GT 500

2012 Ford Shelby Mustang Shelby GT 500

Lot # 102

ESTIMATE: $35,000 to $45,000

Principal Use: Seasonal Driver

Conditional Grade: Excellent Plus

* 90%-96% of showroom condition. Exceptionally nice. May have slight wear on exterior and interior finishes but visible only under close inspection consistent with years of show detailing, climate controlled storage, enclosed transport, and indoor display. Most cars in this class are not driven more than a few miles per year.

Overall Originality: Unrestored as Factory Equipped

*An unrestored vehicle in near factory condition in more than one or all the following areas: exterior, interior, engine bay, and chassis.

This 2012 Shelby GT500 comes complete with has ALL books, keys, purchase agreement, window sticker, etc. The odometer shows less than 10,000 original, grown up driven miles and has NEVER been tracked.

Her 5.4L Supercharged V8 makes 550hp, backed by 6spd Manual Transmission. Brembo Brakes, Air Conditioning, and Shaker 500 Stereo System all come standard. She is handsomely equipped, including Electronics Package, Navigation, Recaro Leather Seats, Race Red and Ingot LeMans Stripes, and Shelby GT500 Window Sticker. She is impeccably maintained, garage kept, located in Morgan Hill, CA.

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2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Lot # 103

ESTIMATE: $37,500 to $49,500

Principal Use: Private Museum Piece

Conditional Grade: Like New

* 99%-100% of New. Previously titled or used by a private owner. Impeccably kept, this vehicle has no discernible mechanical and/or cosmetic problems and has a clean engine bay and chassis.

Overall Originality: Unrestored as Factory Equipped

An unrestored vehicle in near factory condition in more than one or all the following areas: exterior, interior, engine bay, and chassis. This factory supercharged 2012 Camaro ZL-1 makes 580hp backed by 6-speed manual transmission. One owner, ultra-low miles, housed in a climate-controlled garage, comes complete with all documents and records.

She is trimmed out in stunning Inferno Orange Metallic (one of 107 6-speed manuals trimmed out as such), black leather performance seats, and black 10 spoke wheels. Auxiliary Gauges, Bluetooth, and Boston Acoustics stereo, and a rear backup camera round out the interior. It does not get any better than this. Located in Seattle, WA.

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1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

Lot # 104

ESTIMATE: $45,000 to $60,000

Principal Use: Seasonal Driver

Conditional Grade: Excellent

* 80%-89% of new condition. Shows minimal wear. High touch surfaces have small blemishes and/or flaws and plated finishes have dulled. Components may show patina and/or blemishes consistent with repeated show detailing, transport, occasional driving on dry roads and outdoor display.

Overall Originality: Personalized Stock

* A largely stock appearing car, restored or unrestored that is near factory condition, with three or more exceptions such as exterior or interior color change, or bolt-on parts such as aftermarket tires, radio, ignition, or exhaust.

SYA's 7 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Factory '67 Coronet R/T 440

* 528CI HEMI, hand built by Ray Barton Dyno-verified 809HP @ 7200 rpm & 665TQ @ 5700 rpm

* Clean Original Sheet Metal Body

* Genuine BB1 Black car from birth

* Factory White Interior

* All New 4-wheel Power Disc Brakes

* Power Steering

'67 Dodge Coronet R/T, Ray Barton 528 HEMI Powered Street Beast! This car was born a factory 440 R/T with Black over White Buckets, and a Console Automatic. Currently fitted with a fiberglass Pro-Stock Hood, the original steel hood is included in the sale.

Making over 800 horsepower at the crank, every part of the build has been engineered to handle the power. The custom dual thermostat Griffin radiator keeps things cool. The long tube TTI exhaust and 3-inch dual exhaust let the Stage V heads exhale as deeply as it breathes. This thing has PIPES, that is for sure.

The car is designed to stop as well it goes, with Wilwood power discs on all four wheels. The frame is fully reinforced and tied. The fuel system, also modernized right down the to the stainless steel fuel tank. The suspension has likewise been updated, incorporating adjustable strut rods and front tubular control arms. A staggered set of 17-inch American Racing Wheels shod in B.F. Goodrich G-Force radials fill out the wheel wells. An 8 3/4" sure-grip rear is loaded with 3.55:1 gears.

The builder picked a clean strong car to begin with and wisely spent most of his build budget on the mechanicals. It has good bones and an even patina, inside and out. Paint is a 10 footer, the interior is in very condition, but not perfect- which makes it a perfect car to actually drive and enjoy. Overall, this is a strong driver, perfect for long-haul touring or local cruise-ins.

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1967 Oldsmobile 442

1967 Oldsmobile 442

Lot # 105

ESTIMATE: $45,000 to $60,000

1967 Oldsmobile 442

* 12,000 original miles

* Benchmark quality example

* Automatic

* Saffron Yellow

* Red Bucket Seat Console Interior

* Extensive Documentation

* Service Records

* Some "Day Two" equipment installed, actually on Day Two

The car currently rides on an alternate set of wheels and tires with radial red lines to protect the factory issued set. Original Wheels and Tires are included in the sale.

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1965 Cobra 427

1965 Cobra 427

Lot # 106

ESTIMATE: $52,000 to $65,000

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Excellent

* 80%-89% of new condition. Shows minimal wear. High touch surfaces have small blemishes and/or flaws and plated finishes have dulled. Components may show patina and/or blemishes consistent with repeated show detailing, transport, occasional driving on dry roads and outdoor display.

Overall Originality: Full Custom

* Vehicle modified to fulfill the vision of the owner and its builder. Custom fabrication evident in every area of the vehicle, sometimes obscuring the identity of the original donor vehicle.

SYA's 9 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* By: Shell Valley Cobra

* Engine: 427FE Ford Big Block, Tunnel Port Heads

* Transmission: Tremec TKO 600 5-speed Manual

* Front: Custom Tubular Mustang II Strut-Eliminator Suspension

* Rear: Ford 9" Solid Axle with 3.50 Gear and Tru-Track Locker

* Shocks: QA-1 Coilovers

* Brakes: Power Disc Brakes with 4-Piston Calipers on all four corners

* Wheels: Halibrand Replica 5-Lug Wheels with Tri-Bar Spinners15x7 & 15x11

* Tires: Yokohama AV1-45i 255/45ZR 15 33W front, 315's in the rear

This 1965 Cobra 427 by Shell Valley Cobra is equipped with a genuine 427FE tunnel-port engine making 550 horsepower. With only 3,461 miles on this build, she is equipped with the venerable Mustang II tubular SLA front end, a “bulletproof”. Ford 9" solid axle 4 link out back, and fully adjustable QA-1 Coilovers on all four corners. Kevlar reinforces the fiberglass body to make it equal parts tough and beautiful. Finished in Ruby Red w/white stripes and black leather interior, a full complement of Stewart-Warner gauges and real wood steering wheel complete the Cobra experience. This 427 replica is professionally built, privately owned, and adult driven. She is professionally maintained, and stored in a climate-controlled environment as part of a well-established private collection.

By: Shell Valley Cobra

* Engine: 427FE Ford Big Block, Tunnel Port Heads

* Transmission: Tremec TKO 600 5-speed Manual

* Front: Custom Tubular Mustang II Strut-Eliminator Suspension

* Rear: Ford 9" Solid Axle with 3.50 Gear and Tru-Track Locker

* Shocks: QA-1 Coilovers

* Brakes: Power Disc Brakes with 4-Piston Calipers on all four corners

* Wheels: Halibrand Replica 5-Lug Wheels with Tri-Bar Spinners15x7 & 15x11

* Tires: Yokohama AV1-45i 255/45ZR 15 33W front, 315's in the rear

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1970 Dodge Dart

1970 Dodge Dart

Lot # 107

ESTIMATE: $52,000 to $65,000

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Better Than New

Overall Originality: Highly Modified

By definition, a Muscle Car is a lightweight body matched with a big motor. The 1970 Dodge Dart, weighing 2,840 pounds, mated to a 500 cubic inch, 850 horsepower engine is the ultimate expression of that ideal. The 500 Cubic Inch wedge was built by Pete Tritak of Tritak Performance of War Wagon and Car Craft Hemi Cuda drag racing fame. The rest of the car was built by professional builder and body man, Joe Pardo. Joe creates some of the slickest Pro-Street and Pro-Touring beasts we’ve had the pleasure to drive. The workmanship and parts-matching talents rival any found on the national show circuit. Stunning, tasteful, and goes like hell, his 30+ years of building and racing experience show in both the design and execution of this beautiful beast.

EXTERIOR

Any good custom car design is emotionally evocative, yet still looks as if the factory produced it. Often times, you would have a hard time knowing what is factory and what is custom, unless the original and the custom were parked side by side. This 1970 Dart high impact green, but pulls a modern Dodge color from the last generation Viper. The body is keeps the factory lines while accommodating a tubbed rear section. The car was soda blasted, taken down to bare metal, painted and polished throughout. The floor-pans have the same show car sheen as the roof. All the stainless trim has been polished to new condition; all the weather stripping is new. All the glass in the entire car is also new. The headlights are new and the headlight bezels have re-chromed.

Modern bonding agents, like those used in ultra-light and ultra-strong modern supercars were employed to keep this Dart tight and light. The stance is low with just a slight forward rake, giving it the look of going fast while standing dead still. The paint and body work is on par with any you'd find on a Good Guy's or World of Wheel's award winning car.

INTERIOR

The interior looks and smells new. Just as with the rest of the car, the builder was thorough throughout the interior. All new soft trim and cushions were fitted to the front seats. The back wheel tubs are paint is the same factory semi flat black as the rest of the interior metals. The 10 point roll-cage is tastefully integrated into the cabin. The steering wheel and door panels are stock. The stock dash-pad houses a custom crafted gauge bezel fitted with white faced Autometer gauges. The center console serves as the throne for the gated Cheetah SCS “Touch Command” Shifter. The overall effect is one that ultra-clean, perhaps the way Mopar would have delivered it as a factory drag package in 1970.

ENGINE BAY

Normally cartoonish and cramped, the giant wedge is a diamond, gleaming in a Viper green jewelry box of this Dart- a testament to the quality of workmanship and artistic eye of the builder. The legendary Pete Tritak of Tritak Performance made magic with this 440 stroker. Stroked and poked to 500 cubic inches, the monstrous Mopar mill is made for the severe duty of 8 second runs, making as much as 850 horsepower. The goodies in this full roller include Manley connecting rods, JE Pistons, Comp solid roller cam and roller lifters. The 1090 CFM 2 circuit quick fuel carb mixes the 93 octane with a “Big Gulp” of air from the Super Stock hood. The port-matched Indy intake drives the concoction down the Indy 44-1 CNC raised heads. Spent gasses are passed through TTI headers and a full length, custom fabricated 3” exhaust.

CHASSIS

Power with control would make this stroker powered monster just another smoking noise maker. This job was left to two of the top names in custom car suspension, Reilly Motors Sports and Chris Alston's Chassis Work. The Pete Tritak 500 seems to float above the RMS AlterKtion coil-over front end, adding both artistry and performance to the car. The Chris Alston FAB9 rear center section keeps the 4.30:1 cogs contained, sending the twist through the 35 spline axle shafts all the way out to a pair Weld wheels and Mickey Thompson Drag Radials wider than a Montana Sky. An Alston four link suspension set-up keep the tires to the ground and the Dart tracking missile fast toward its target.

BUILD HIGHLIGHTS

* Tritak Performance built 440 Wedge Stroked to 500 Cubic Inches

* Fully Rollerized 727 Torqueflite w/Aluminum Drum

* 8" ATI Torque Converter

* RMS Coil Over Front Suspension

* Chris Alston FAB9 Rear End, 4.30:1

* Chris Alston Four Link Rear Suspension

* Four Wheel Disc Brakes by Wilwood

* Weld Wheels

* Mickey Thompson Drag Radials

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1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Lot # 108

ESTIMATE: $58,000 to $72,000

Principal Use: Seasonal Driver

Conditional Grade: Excellent Plus

* 90%-96% of showroom condition. Exceptionally nice. May have slight wear on exterior and interior finishes but visible only under close inspection consistent with years of show detailing, climate controlled storage, enclosed transport, and indoor display. Most cars in this class are not driven more than a few miles per year.

Overall Originality: Restomod

* A mostly outwardly stock appearing car, usually restored with drivetrain and performance components upgrade with bolt-on performance enhancing parts. Could extend to a full drivetrain and suspension swap working within the constraints of the stock frame and sheet metal. These modifications are largely reversible without cutting or welding.

SYA's 7 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Fresh 350hp 350CI Engine

* 4 Speed Manual Transmission

* High-end Stereo System

* Fresh Al Knoch Interior

* Power Disc Brakes

* Power Steering

* 17" Wheels and Tires

This show winning LT-1 powered '64 Chevrolet Corvette Pro-touring Roadster is backed by a 4speed manual transmission rolling on 17" rolling stock. Silver over red with a red "stinger" hood and side pipes, a mid-year Corvette doesn't get sexier than this. Freshly built motor and mechanicals are complimented by the show quality paint and a brand new Al Knoch interior and custom audiophile stereo system. Power Steering and Power Brakes round out the "must have" list for any serious touring roadster. If you are looking for a reliable ride that turns heads and is fun to drive, this '64 is the one.

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1966 Dodge Coronet 500 HEMI

1966 Dodge Coronet 500 HEMI

Lot # 109

ESTIMATE: $70,000 to $90,000

Principal Use: Trailered Show Car

Conditional Grade: Excellent Plus

* 90%-96% of showroom condition. Exceptionally nice. May have slight wear on exterior and interior finishes but visible only under close inspection consistent with years of show detailing, climate controlled storage, enclosed transport, and indoor display. Most cars in this class are not driven more than a few miles per year.

Overall Originality: Restored as Factory Equipped

* Vehicle has usually been professionally restored to the current highest standard, using only refurbished original parts and new old stock (NOS) factory parts. Strict adherence to replicating factory fit, finishes, and marking details is paid. All bare metal and plated finishes must be as factory produced. Paint and body must approximate factory fit and finish.

SYA's 5 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* One of 204 HEMI Coronet 500 4-speed hardtops built in 1966, 3 of 30 built in the St. Louis plant accounted for in the Registry

* Documented by Original Certicard, Chrysler Registry Letter, and Professional Decode by Galen Govier

* Formerly of the Dave's Garage Car Collection

* Numbers Matching, Factory Solid Lifter 426 HEMI with Four Speed

* Desirably optioned, Bright Red Over White Bucket Seats Center Console Floor Shift, Power Brakes Dana 60 Rear End

The Coronet 500 HEMI featured here has been fully restored to original and shows only 41,891 miles on the clock. The engine and our speed transmission are coupled to a Dana 60 rear end to handle the pavement stomping 425 (official) horsepower. The creased and simple Coke Bottle body style that was favored by Mopar design in this era featured a light touch with the pen and sharp angles with frugal use of flourishes and fluff matching the all business mechanicals underneath. Finished in original Bright Red, with White interior and Magnum wheels, this Coronet is one of the finest and most well-presented examples available. She is documented by Original Certicard, Chrysler Registry Letter, and Professional Decode.

The interior retains its bucket seats with center console and floor shifter, with the optional tachometer mounted on the console. Condition and presentation are the highest levels in keeping with the rest of the car. Engine bay, undercarriage and trunk carry the restoration standards throughout. Paint finish is applied to as new or better, and the overall presentation and detail are executed to the highest level.

Model History:

Dodge resurrected the Coronet model for its mid-sized lineup in 1965 after leaving it dormant since 1959. The following year, the Coronet lineup was expanded and could be purchased with everything from the Slant Six drivetrain to the mighty 426 HEMI. Only 732 buyers took the HEMI option in their Coronet, and of those buyers, 204 chose the close ratio four-speed transmission option. The Coronet 500 HEMI models quickly proved to be a top contender in the muscle car wars with 0-60mph times in the 6-second range and top speed published at 143mph. Even though this was the slightly detuned 'Street HEMI', it still produced 425 hp with its dual four barrel fuel delivery.

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1970 Plymouth Cuda

1970 Plymouth Cuda

Lot # 110

ESTIMATE: $75,000 to $92,000

Principal Use: Private Museum Piece

Conditional Grade: Better Than New

* Every component and surface is finished to exceed the quality achieved by the factory. Mechanical operation and overall fit and finish exceeds that of the original manufacturer's. No discernible wear.

Overall Originality: Restored Concours

* Vehicle has usually been professionally restored to the current highest standard, using a combination of refurbished original parts, exact reproduction parts, and new old stock (NOS) parts. Attention to replicating factory fit, finishes, and marking details are paid attention to. Bare metal finishes may be mimicked with paints and coatings to prevent corrosion. Paint and body may exceed the quality produced by the factory.

SYA's 4 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Over the Top Rotisserie Restored

* Factory Correct Engine Detail and Drivetrain

* Fender Tag Documents this as a genuine, V-Code, 4spd Cuda

* Desirably Optioned, FE5 Red, Elastomeric Bumpers, Console, Rally Gauges and More

It is not often that you find a factory original 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 +6, equipped with a 4spd manual transmission. This over the top restored Cuda is handsomely optioned with Rallye Gauges, center console, Shaker Hood, and Elastomeric front and rear bumpers.

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1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Coupe

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Coupe

Lot # 111

ESTIMATE: $80,000 to $110,000

Principal Use: Seasonal Driver

Conditional Grade: Excellent

* 80%-89% of new condition. Shows minimal wear. High touch surfaces have small blemishes and/or flaws and plated finishes have dulled. Components may show patina and/or blemishes consistent with repeated show detailing, transport, occasional driving on dry roads and outdoor display.

Overall Originality: Pure Stock Appearing

* A restored car in near factory condition where the equipment of the vehicle match the VIN and documentation description. This type of restoration may incorporate a majority of aftermarket reproduction parts. The car will appear stock in a broad sense, attention to the finer factory details are not adhered to.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Split Window Coupe; the ONLY coupe that has a higher value than its Convertible counterpart.

Numbers Matching Original Engine, Transmission, and Rear. Silver over Blue. Full mechanical rebuild. Original interior, one repaint, runs strong!

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Lot # 112

ESTIMATE: $90,000 to $115,000

Principal Use: Trailered Show Car

SYA's 5 Keys to Investment Collectability:

*Professional Build by Nationally Published and Award Winning Builder, Brent Jarvis of Performance Restorations

*600 horsepower 468 Cubic Inch Big Block Chevrolet Motor

*Privately Owned and Kept by the owner who commissioned the build.

*Stored in a Climate Controlled Environment

*Freshly Serviced and Maintained by the Original Builder.

This 1969 Camaro SS was expertly built by custom builder and race car engineers, Brent Jarvis and Performance Restorations of Mundelein, IL. This LeMans Blue Camaro was built in the Pro-Stock tradition. Constructed around a 600 horsepower 468 Cubic Inch Big Block Chevy motor up front and 20x16 Wheel out back, she looks like a life-sized Hot Wheel.

The interior is designed in a form-follows-function ethos, blending factory stock with full custom. The result is clean, light-weight, and optimized to chew up asphalt a quarter mile at a time.

The attention to detail and level of craftsmanship in all major areas: Paint and Body, Interior, Engine Bay, and Chassis are indeed track worthy, but just as at home in the custom car show arena. Fresh off a recent service by the original builder, last shown publicly at Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals, November 2016.

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1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

Lot # 113

ESTIMATE: $95,000 to $ 120,000

Principal Use: Seasonal Driver

Conditional Grade: Excellent Plus

Overall Originality: Restored Concours

* Vehicle has usually been professionally restored to the current highest standard, using a combination of refurbished original parts, exact reproduction parts, and new old stock (NOS) parts. Attention to replicating factory fit, finishes, and marking details are paid attention to. Bare metal finishes may be mimicked with paints and coatings to prevent corrosion. Paint and body may exceed the quality produced by the factory.

SYA's 4 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Numbers Matching Drivetrain 454 LS5, M-22 Rock Crusher 4spd, 12 bolt Posi

* NCRS Documented, Sold New in Abilene, TX

* Listed in the LS5 Chevelle Registry

* Magazine featured in Chevy High Performance, June 2004

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS, 454 LS5, 4spd Convertible

This 1970 Chevelle SS LS5 454 convertible is a well-optioned machine, factory equipped with the biggest and most powerful engine that you can get with factory Air Conditioning. That numbers matching, original LS5 454 is mated to the numbers matching M-22 "Rock Crusher" 4spd and original 3.31 Posi-traction center chunk bringing up the rear. Other rare options also include factory Cowl Induction, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Auxiliary Light Group, Console, Cushioned Rim Steering Wheel, and Tilt. The car is documented by NCRS Shipping Data Report and is also listed in the LS5 Chevelle SS Registry.

Her original scheduled production date was December 08, 1969, the Van Nuys, California plant. She shipped new to a dealership located in Abilene, Texas. From there, she spent most of her life bouncing between Texas and California. By 1996, this big block Chevelle had seen better days, sitting abandoned in Glendora, California. It had good bones, free of any major rust or body damage, but sorely needed restoration. The project sat dormant until 2000 when it was finally time to bring her back to her former glory. She underwent a complete nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration.

The 454 LS5 engine was balanced and blue printed to 10.5:1 compression and stock LS5 cam. The block was bored .030 over with Speed Pro Pistons, chrome-moly rings. Heads were rebuilt to factory specifications with hardened valve seats for use with modern unleaded gas. Points were swapped out in favor of a single wire M&H Electric Fabricators Breakerless SE kit. The stock low-profile intake manifold is topped by the rebuilt Rochester Quadrajet. The rest of the driveline was likewise rebuilt to stock specifications, aside from the Spicer severe-duty U-joints.

Spent gasses exhaust out of a Gardner reproduction complete with chrome “stinger” tail pipes. The F41 Special Performance Suspension was likewise rebuilt to stock specifications, right down the spiral-adjust shocks, 14x7 sport wheels, and Concours correct Goodyear Polyglass, F70-14 tires.

Body and frame were taken down to bare metal and repainted with stock colors. The front fenders are not likely original, due the to “SS” emblem placement, consistent with the call out location for the 1969 model year, rather than the correct 1970 position. The frame, GM Semigloss Black, and the body finished in Ditzler two-stage Cortez Silver with black stripes. Paint and body were completed in November 2001, final assembly was completed in May of 2002.

All of the glass is date code correct. The entire interior was also restored and still show in excellent condition. Everything works. Which, in a car this highly optioned, is really saying something. She is factory equipped with Power Convertible Top (still optional at the time this car was built), Delco AM/FM Radio, Factory A/C, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Electric Seatback Releases, Auxiliary Light Group (includes Ashtray, Luggage, Map and Underhood Lights – as well as Monitor Fiber-optic Washer Fluid Monitor), Vinyl Strato-bucket seats, Console, Special Instrumentation, Remote Mirror and Tinted Glass.

From 2002 to 2004 she hit the regional show circuit winning “Best of Class” and “Show Stopper” awards. She changed hands shortly after her 2004 feature story in Chevy High Performance, finding a long term home in Houston, Texas. She was driven sparingly, about 1,000 miles over the past 13 years, displayed in a climate-controlled private museum setting. In December of last year, she underwent a full mechanical service and tune up, including an oil change, radiator hot tank and clean, coolant system flush, transmission flush and fill, fuel system flush, carb rebuild, new spark plugs, distributor cap and rotor, and more. She is real, right, turn-key and road ready!

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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Lot # 114

ESTIMATE: $100,000 to $130,000

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Better Than New

* Every component and surface is finished to exceed the quality achieved by the factory. Mechanical operation and overall fit and finish exceeds that of the original manufacturer's. No discernible wear.

Overall Originality: Personalized Stock

* A largely stock appearing car, restored or unrestored that is near factory condition, with three or more exceptions such as exterior or interior color change, or bolt-on parts such as aftermarket tires, radio, ignition, or exhaust.

SYA's 5 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Genuine w Code 4.30 Detroit Locker "non-Super Drag Pack"

* Highly Desireable Grabber Orange paint and other desirable options, like the rear deck spoiler, sport slats, etc.

* In EXCELLENT condition, a professional high-quality rotisserie restoration.

* Balanced and Blue Printed Driveline, 500hp Boss 302 Engine

* Documented by Marti Report

Offered here is a genuine W Code 4.30 "non-Super Drag Pack" 970 Boss 302 finished factory Grabber Orange over Black Corinthian Vinyl Bucket Seat interior. The car is fresh off an "over the top" rotisserie restoration, equipped as outlined in the Marti Report. The Grabber Orange is offset by the black stripes, Rear Deck Spoiler, and Sport Slats. It also sports the always awesome Ram Air shaker hood. It is an OEM unit, not a reproduction. Raised white letter tires and Magnum 500 wheels complete the look.

She retains her original close ratio 4-speed manual transmission and a date code correct Boss 302-4V Boss Engine, balanced and blueprinted, the assembly is OE correct (aside from the headers as noted below). The oil cooler and horns set to one side are in plain view as you open the hood. While the Ford factory rated the Boss 302 engine at 290hp, this one reliably makes about 500hp on pump gas. The 4.30 Detroit Locker rear end is stout enough to handle anything this motor can throw at it.

The interior is a standard "BA" Black Rhino/Corinthian Vinyl Bucket Seat trim, with AM radio and, of course, the Hurst "T" handle shifter. While the essentially stock original, the interior looks, feels and operates as it is, completely new.

The only major deviation from the factory is the custom exhaust that features long tube headers and electric dumps to get the most power and the most fun out of that motor.

If you are looking for the "real McCoy" that runs and drives out better than you remember in 1970, then this W code Grabber Orange Boss is the right one for you....more

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1970 Dodge Challenger

1970 Dodge Challenger

Lot # 115

ESTIMATE: $110,000 to $140,000

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Excellent

Overall Originality: Unrestored as Factory Equipped

* An unrestored vehicle in near factory condition in more than one or all the following areas: exterior, interior, engine bay, and chassis.

SYA's 3 Keys to Investment Collectability:

* Hemi Orange w/ Gypsy drag colors, gold metal flake, ORIGINAL PAINT

* 3,000 original miles, PRESERVED NHRA Champion Drag Race T/A Challenger

* Documentation includes the original title, dealer window sticker, sales paperwork, and more...

Have you ever wanted a pristine perfectly preserved all original vintage Drag Race Mopar? Not Restored! This excellently PRESERVED NHRA Drag Race T/A Challenger. Yes, it is a pristine 100% rust free mint condition 3000 original mile work of art, and a piece of history. The Gypsy Challenger T/A was purchased new right off the showroom floor here in Boise Idaho and was immediately prepared for drag racing by legendary drag racer Twig Zeigler while he was at Coletti Racing Enterprises of Hillsboro, Oregon. This Challenger T/A competed in F Stock automatic and raced with the original 6 Pack setup from the factory. She has 22 actual documented Race Miles from various Northwest Race tracks where it netted 3 national records in about a 1 and ½... year time span. The original ET slips such as a 12.12 pass at 111.11 in July 1971. We also have historical photos showing her dialed at 12.02 while racing in Seattle, WA. In March of 2004 33 years later that photo was duplicated in the same building, the same room even, now in a color photo.

Documentation includes the original title, dealer window sticker, sales paperwork, Coletti Racing Enterprises brochure and info along with the original receipts from its original build for racing, as well as a Galen Govier Visual Inspection. There are so much history and information about this car, she still wears its original and only license plate from new. The complete story of the "Gypsy" was featured in the February 2004 issue of Mopar Collectors Guide. This car has an intriguing story, to say the least, and we have it all. The folders are thick. If you are looking more than a pretty face, a real artifact of muscle car history, this is the one.

EXTERIOR

A car can be deemed "unrestored" if two or more of the areas of the car still retain their finishes and trim from new. When talking about body and paint, as little as half of the factory paint can remain and still be deemed "original". This carefully preserved NHRA Drag Race T/A Challenger wears 100% of its vintage custom paint, complete with 2 ounces of gold dust applied in clear coat over the original orange color dating back to new, November 1970. Along the top of the doors, fenders, and quarter panels you can see the gold scallops that show incredibly spectacular when it is in the sun or under lights. This car has never been tubbed or body modified in any way. Yes, it is a pristine 100% rust free mint condition 3000 original mile work of art. The light weight Fenton Gyro aluminum wheels installed during conversion is included along with the original rear Rallye wheels and poly glass tires.

INTERIOR

The complete interior is still intact and in excellent condition. All the touch surfaces have a mild patina one would associate with a 40-year-old interior, yet it has been very well kept its entire life. One thing you will notice is the front seats. They were replaced in 1972 with new factory replacement seats after the originals ones had been stolen. The original console is in like new condition and is currently installed on the car. The original shifter is present and included in the sale.

ENGINE BAY

The original engine block was found to be bad when the car was delivered from the factory, so a new block was provided by the Coletti Racing Enterprises' Dodge Dealership for racing, and a new warranty replacement short block was provided through the original Boyd Larson Dodge dealership Gypsy was purchased at. The warranty replacement motor from Boyd Larson's Dodge came in the form of a 1971 340 and not a T/A 340. T/A 340 motors apparently were gone by then. That replacement motor still in the crate, still in the plastic even, does go with the Gypsy.

CHASSIS

The undercarriage is largely unaltered from the factory and consistent with 3,000 road miles, indoor storage, and show car duty. The current owner starts, runs, and drives the car often, the fluids are all changed regularly.?...... The original rear wheels and tires are present and included in the sale.

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1962 Chevrolet Corvette

1962 Chevrolet Corvette

Lot # 116

ESTIMATE: $190,000 to $240,000

Principal Use: Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade: Better Than New

Overall Originality: Highly Modified

SYA's 4 Keys to Investment Collectability

* No-Expense-Spared Pro-Touring Corvette Roadster

* Balanced and Blueprinted LS2 V8 with FAST 8 Stack Electronic Fuel Injection

* Full SRIII Chassis, C-5 Front, C-4 Rear Independent Suspension

* Power Brakes, Power Steering, A/C

This 600 horsepower Pro-touring Roadster has the best of everything. The professional build has been years in the making, beginning life as an original '62 Corvette with a clean, no-hit body. The transformation of this classic convertible into a modern sports car was an “......open checkbook”...... endeavor. The best of everything, from comfort to performance can be found in this golden-black Corvette.

EXTERIOR

An excellent custom build begins with an excellent foundation. This Corvette began with an original no hit 1962 body, stripped to gel coat. She was re-gelled where necessary, gaps made uniform. Once she was re-gelled, painted primer in and blocked, she was treated to 10 coats of PPG’......s best. Like a finely dressed woman in an evening gown, her curves are accentuated by four coats of black, then two coats of gold pearl, and topped off with four coats of clear. From the inside, she looks like she is wearing that favorite little black cocktail dress. When the sun shines down, her body radiates in a shimmer of golden pearl, like golden obsidian. Beautiful body work is nothing without the perfect jewelry to compliment it. To this end, all the chrome was triple-plated. All of the stainless, polished to mirror reflection. All of the glass, windshield included, is new. The convertible top material is genuine Mercedes Soft Top. And what outfit is complete without the right shoes? These wheels are custom one-off billet Schott SL-65’......s, polished aluminum with bronze ceramic coated highlights and splined center nut, shod in a staggered set of Pirelli P-Zero’......s.

INTERIOR

The caramel and chocolate custom coachwork on in the inside rivals that of an obsidian gold exterior. The hand-stitched glove leather interior looks as much home on Prada as it does Corvette. Being vintage does not mean you have to compromise on comfort either. The Dakota Digital VHX gauges give you both the classic analog sweep of factory gauges and the modern telematics readouts of contemporary sports cars. The interior accouterments are replete with power, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Brakes, Power Steering, and a custom MP3 and Bluetooth capable audiophile system. The race inspired Billet Specialties three spoke steering wheel flat bottomed for easy ingress and egress. The black leather wraps make for a tight grip as you weave from apex to apex. The billet Aluminum pedal assemblies are designed for quick heel-toe action as you shift through the gears.

ENGINE BAY

If the engine bay is the jewelry box, then this one is holding a diamond. This is no mail-order motor. This LS2 is professionally blue printed, balanced, and assembled. The foundation of this build is an LS2 block, crankshaft, and connecting rods. Forged 10 ¾... pistons in each pot, bored .010 over with low tension springs. New L92 heads are trimmed out in a complete Comp Cams valve train, lifters, springs, retainers, Manley Severe Duty valves and finished with a 5 angle valve job. The entire engine is polished aluminum or chrome plated, from the billet accessory drive assembly, Billet Specialties Valve Covers, to polished stainless steel headers. All the wires were carefully routed to be hidden. 8 EFI velocity stacks top off the entire affair. A brand new Tremec six-speed transmission backs this 600 horsepower beast and puts all that power right in your hand.

CHASSIS

Now, all the power and beauty in the world means nothing without control. Stronger, more rigid, and lighter than the original frame, the SRIII tube chassis provides that foundation. The front suspension is C-5 Corvette and the rear, a C-4 Corvette Independent rear. QA-1 Coil-over Shocks cover all four corners. Braking comes courtesy of hardened slotted and cross-drilled rotors and modern Corvette calipers. All hard lines are stainless steel, flexible lines are braided stainless steel. In keeping with the fit and finish of the rest of the build, all wiring is run through the chassis tubes, all fasteners are chrome plated or polished stainless. The entire chassis is powder coated bronze, accented with silver and red A-arms and suspension components. ...more

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