The 3rd Annual Salt Lake City Classic Car Auction

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1950 Salt Flat Racer

1950 Salt Flat Racer

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 1 of 40)

1950 Salt Flat Racer The owner states: "I live by the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. I have always been interested in vintage racers. I was at the dumps about 35 ...moreyears ago and found an old cast aluminum grill. I hung it up in my garage and it remained there for about 32 years. One day I decided to build a race car and I started with this grill and worked back. I made a 3 inch steel box frame, installed a late model Ford rear end, bought and installed a new Mustang II front end kit. I found a 1950 Ford flat head, installed tri-power, headers, glass pack mufflers, 50s style Ford rims and white wall radial tires with beauty rims, baby moons. I bent, cut and welded body frame and roll cage; covered it in aluminum sheeting. I installed an aluminum bomber seat, four point racing seat belts. I took it out to the Salt this past year (2017). The salt was a little slippery, but I still got it to go 96 mph and the ride was smooth. All the speed equipment was built before 1950. It has a Ford 1950 3 speed transmission."

1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe

1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 2 of 40)

1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe In 1948, the major auto manufacturers in America were having a hard time keeping up with the orders for new cars due to pent-up demand fro...morem Detroit production focusing on the war effort. As a result, few changes were made to the pre-war Plymouth cars from 1941. Production of vehicles for the civilian market following the WWII began in 1945 keeping the same model style up through the 1948 model year. The car was considered very stylish at the time, so Plymouth felt no need to update the car immediately following the war. This 1949 2 door sedan is a nice original car. The car has received an exterior repaint and was a solid car to begin with. The interior is all original as is the trunk and in the engine compartment. The car runs and drives good and has a recent tune-up. This is a true two owner car.

1925 Ford Model T Coupe

1925 Ford Model T Coupe

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 3 of 40)

1925 Ford Model T Coupe The owner states: "This cute little coupe is an older restoration. About 5 years ago, I took the engine out and had it rebuilt by Bud Chene...morey Antique Engine, Idaho Falls, Idaho. It is completely stock and everything works and runs well. My wife and I, every fall, take it up “Fruit Way” to get our vegetables and fruits for fall harvest canning. It sure draws a crowd. We spend more time talking about the car than we do shopping."

1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4

1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 4 of 40)

This 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4 Pickup Truck has the 3.9 liter Magnum V6 engine, The first American convertible pickup since the Ford Model T, it featured a fixed roll b...morear and an uncomplicated manual top. Roughly 2,842 were sold that first year. Production seems to have been about 2,800 in 1989, 1,000 in 1990, and only a hand full in 1991 These Dodge Dakota Convertible Pickup Trucks were only made from 1989 to 1991. Dodge had them converted from regular cab bodies by American Sunroof Corporation. Dodge only made about 3,800 of these Dakota convertibles over the three years they were produced. Less than half of those were 4×4, and a lot of those did not have A/C, very few were produced with power windows and locks so this is one of a handful with all the options. This truck has 76,000 actual miles and 100 miles since its restoration, when the front end has been completely rebuilt. It has new shocks, the motor has been gone over adding a new head and base gasket and a custom new tonneau cover that has never seen rain, the AC blows cold, it has new 245/45ZR 20 tires and wheels. If you want to hit the road in a truck but have the top dropped, this is one of very few convertible trucks that were made at the factory! Also, ready to drop into 4 wheel drive and hit the trails!

1947 Dodge Pickup Truck

1947 Dodge Pickup Truck

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 5 of 40)

1947 Dodge Pickup Truck Nothing complicated here, just a nice old truck with a big block Ford FE 390 V-8 and automatic transmission! The bed has been treated to a poli...moreshed stainless steel upgrade and external fuel cell. The hood skirts were removed so the 390 V-8 can be seen by all. The interior is nicely done with bucket seats, headliner and a custom dash with gauges. Jump in this truck and go anywhere!

1983 Cadillac Sedan Deville

1983 Cadillac Sedan Deville

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 6 of 40)

1983 Cadillac Sedan Deville This is an absolutely immaculate Classic Cadillac. The odometer shows only 30,000 miles!...more

1965 Ford F100

1965 Ford F100

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 7 of 40)

1965 Ford F100 The 1965 F-Series Ford Pickup Truck was introduced with an all-new frame which under pinned the F-Series trucks until 1979. The 1965-1966 F-Series tru...morecks are distinguished with a "TWIN I-BEAM" emblem on the front fender referring to the all-new Twin I-Beam front suspension introduced with coil springs. This truck presented at auction is an all original truck with the exception of a grill from a 1966 and an after-market rear bumper. The motor is the 352 V-8 which produced 208 hp. The motor has less than 3000 miles on a complete rebuild. The Sierra Brown Paint is a rare factory color.

1988 Buick Reatta

1988 Buick Reatta

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 8 of 40)

1988 Buick Reatta VIN: 164EC11C7B904330 SELLING NO RESERVE The 1988 Buick Reatta was a low-volume transverse front engine, front-wheel drive, two-door, two-seater g...morerand tourer/sports car manufactured and marketed by Buick as a coupe from 1988–1991. It featured the durable 3.8 liter V6 engine and is a shortened version of the GM E platform that underpinned the Riviera. The Reatta is Buick's first two-seater and was manufactured in a highly specialized assembly program at the Reatta Craft Assembly in Lansing, MI. Assembly at the Reatta Craft Centre was performed at a series of stations each with a specialized team of workers, rather than on a conventional assembly line. After a team had completed their portion of the assembly, the car would be moved by robots to the next station. Paintwork was performed on site under subcontract to PPG Industries . In 1988, the Reatta featured a touchscreen computer interface, marketed as the Electronic Control Center (ECC), that included radio and climate control functions, date reminder, trip computer user-configurable overspeed alarm as well as diagnostic access to the vehicle's electronic systems and sensors. This EEC was the first of it's kind in any US manufactured automobile. The Buick presented at auction is an excellent, all original car that shows extremely well. The 6 digit odometer shows only 77K miles and all of the components work on the car including pop-up headlights, sunroof and all facets of the Electronic Control Center. This car was acquired in the 1990's then was parked in a garage in 2001. The owner passed away in 2017, leaving the car to his brother, who honored his memory by bringing this wonderful car back to life! The engine runs strong, the transmission shifts smooth and the car handles very well. The interior is in excellent condition and the driver and passenger 16 way power seats add to driving comfort. This car will sell NO RESERVE!

1932 Ford Rat Rod

1932 Ford Rat Rod

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 9 of 40)

This 32 Ford has been built with a new Chevrolet 383 ci stroked engine and a TH400 transmission. Its cab has been slightly chopped and has the right stance for a hot rod...more. It has air suspension in the rear to help with the ride and elevation and classic steel wheels with whitewall tires. Cool Custom Truck! The pictures tell it all!

1925 Ford Model T Pickup Truck Roadster

1925 Ford Model T Pickup Truck Roadster

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 10 of 40)

1925 Ford Model T Pickup Truck Roadster The owner states: "I found this car in my home town, Ogden Utah. The gentleman had had it for at least 60 years and had pas...moresed away. His children were having a garage sale and I picked it up there. I had the engine rebuilt by Bud Cheney Antique Engines in Idaho Falls, Idaho. This car has been in quite a few movies and runs and drives great. The last movie the car was in, I was paid $875.00 per day. I have a plumbing company, this truck is similar to the truck my great grandfather drove when he started his plumbing business. I fill it up with antique tools and take it to car show and it always draws a big crowd. I have quite a few cars and it is time in my life that I have to cut back on my passion and it is tearing my heart out." Very Nice Truck.

1939 Chevrolet Master 85

1939 Chevrolet Master 85

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 11 of 40)

1939 Chevrolet Master 85 Complete restoration on this very nice running and driving 2 door sedan. More details to come....more

1929 Ford Model A Salt Flat Racer - The Bomb

1929 Ford Model A Salt Flat Racer - The Bomb

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 12 of 40)

1929 Ford Model A Salt Flat Racer - The Bomb The seller states: "In our little town in Ogden, Utah, way out on the north end of town, is an Army Surplus Store called ...moreSmith and Edwards. As a kid, I would ride my bike out there and walk through their yard. There, in a pile, were hundreds of aluminum wing tanks from old military aircraft. At first I thought I could make a boat out of one of them, but my Dad said I was too young to take on something like that. Fast forward 50 years and one day I drove by the old yard and they were loading these tanks onto a truck to sell for scrap. I pulled in and bought one and took it home. I had a 1929 Ford Model A chassis and decided I would make a Salt Flats racer. We call it "The Bomb". It is street legal in Utah and I drive it all over. Do I ever get the looks! I also have taken it out to the Salt Flats and ran it out there. It has no speed equipment newer than 1929 and I was clocked at 63 miles per hour! This car is a riot to drive and show. I have a $200,000 sports car and when I park them together at car shows, "The Bomb" gets all the looks!" "I am getting older and I have a bunch of cars. I don't want to sell any of them, but I don't want my wife and kids to have to worry about them. This is just like tearing my heart out."

1929 Ford Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction

1929 Ford Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction

Lot # 26 (Sale Order: 13 of 40)

1929 Ford Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction The seller states: "I was at a car show with one of my other Model As and a gentleman came up to me and said he had one s...moreitting in a warehouse in California. He had it since he bought it new and it had 3600 miles on it. It was a 1980-81 Ford Shay Reproduction. I told him that I was interested and he said that he was going to the warehouse the next day and that I could follow him. I met him in Parumph, NV and followed him to Anaheim, California. The guy never stopped drove like a maniac all the way there. I had hot rodded one of these before and this one was a good candidate. I loaded it on a trailer and headed for home. Shays have a four cylinder Mustang II engine in them, and the first thing I did was pull that out. I found a Mustang II V6 and bought the car, took the engine and transmission out, had it rebuilt and installed it back into the Model A. I put oversized Ford wheels and tires with beauty rims and hubcaps. I painted it shiny black with 100 mile an hour white, yellow and red flames. This car has a rumble seat, old school tuck and roll naugahyde seats, custom steering wheel, AM/FM radio, heater in the rumble seat and the driver's compartment. This car is a fun car to drive and has very low mileage." "I'm getting older and I have a bunch of cars. I don't want to sell any of them, but I don't want my wife and kids to have to worry about them. This is just like tearing my heart out!"

1926 Ford Model T Coupe

1926 Ford Model T Coupe

Lot # 27 (Sale Order: 14 of 40)

1926 Ford Model T Coupe Henry Ford is well represented here with a very nicely restored 2 door coupe. A fresh service on the running hear has this car running great! ...more This is a very fun car!

1960 Chevrolet El Camino

1960 Chevrolet El Camino

Lot # 29 (Sale Order: 15 of 40)

1960 Chevrolet El Camino The owner states: "A little history about this 1960 El Camino. I found this car in the early 1990 in Ogden, Utah. The original owner had di...moreed and left the car to her niece. It had 65,000 original miles on it. I have pictures of the original owner, a lady, standing with it on the day she brought it home in 1960. She was the little old lady who would just drive it to the store and back. She took one trip in it to California and has the original 60s decal in the window of Death Valley, Yosemite National Park and other California related decals. On the way there, she had some problems with it in Bakers, CA and the dealership there repaired it under warranty. I have most all of the oil change receipts and repair receipts up to the time that I bought it. It is all original, has never been in an accident and there is no rust anywhere. It still had the factory issued bias ply tires on it when I bought it! Sometime in the 70's, the original owner was at the grocery store and someone keyed the driver's side from front to back. She had this repaired and, to my knowledge, this is the only body repair done on the car. it has a Chevy straight six engine in it. A manual transmission - 3 on the tree - with overdrive. This car runs and drives excellently. I have put some stock looking radial tires on it since I have owned it."

2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

Lot # 30 (Sale Order: 16 of 40)

2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 This Corvette is one of the finest original cars you will find. It shows only 20K miles and has always been garaged and well kept. More d...moreetails to come.

1923 Dodge Brothers Laundau Convertible Sedan

1923 Dodge Brothers Laundau Convertible Sedan

Lot # 31 (Sale Order: 17 of 40)

1923 Dodge Brothers Laundau Convertible Sedan Complete restoration with upgrades to this classic convertible Sedan. This car maintains the vintage look of an early Do...moredge Brothers Sedan but with a modern drive-train, modern braking and suspension, and improved driving components and interior creature comforts. This car is a favorite at car shows, attracts attention in parades and turns heads earns hearty thumbs-up when driving down the road. This car includes the following: - 283 Chevy V-8 bored over to 293 - TH350 Automatic Transmission - 10 bolt rear-end with 2:73 gears - Electronic Ignition - Cougar Front-end - Disk Brakes - Tilt Wheel - Power Seats - Power Windows - VDO Gauges

1977 MGB Convertible

1977 MGB Convertible

Lot # 32 (Sale Order: 18 of 40)

1977 MGB Convertible This 77 MGB is a nice, restored car with 57,000 Original Miles. When restored, the engine was upgraded with a performance carburetor and an Abart...moreh performance exhaust. The engine upgrade scoots this car right along and the performance exhaust gives it that rich, British/European racing sound. The stock manual transmission has Factory Overdrive making this car an excellent cruiser whether around town or out on the open road.

1953 Chevrolet Panel Wagon

1953 Chevrolet Panel Wagon

Lot # 33 (Sale Order: 19 of 40)

1953 Chevrolet Panel Wagon This Panel Wagon has had a professional body-off restoration. Every nut, bolt and screw is new. It was originally purchased in 1953 by a p...morelumber in Price, Utah. The original purchase contract from 1953 from Price Motors shows it was purchased for $553.00! The original owner drove this Chevy every day up until about 1970. It sat for a few years, out of the elements, in a warehouse and was then given to the original owners nephew, who had the professional restoration work done. It has the original 6 cylinder engine that was rebuilt and enhanced with an Offenheimer dual carburetor intake manifold plus a dual exhaust manifold. The exhaust is enhanced with glass packs...It Sounds Awesome! The truck has a N.O.S. instrument panel and has been converted to a 12 volt system. The whole frame and under-carriage was powder coated in the restoration, and it was fitted with a Mustang II front-end with disk brakes. It drives and runs excellent! The interior is immaculate and all the wood inside is oak and it has a wonderful stereo system. The truck has won many awards. The original owner stated the truck took best in show in the 2002 Chevy Truck Nationals. In 2015, it was written up in a magazine and named the "Best Plumbing Truck in America". The owner will also make available another national magazine featuring this truck in a 5-6 page article. You could drive this truck cross country with no worry! The name on the side is vinyl lettering and will come off easily. The owner states: "I am getting older and I have a bunch of cars. I don't want to sell any of them, but I don't want my wife and kids to have to worry about them. This is just tearing my heart out!"

1929 Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction

1929 Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction

Lot # 38 (Sale Order: 20 of 40)

1929 Model A Roadster Shay Reproduction The seller states: "When I was younger, the kid across the street from me had a 1929 Model A Roadster and he had hand painted ...moreflames on the hood. I fell in love with the Model As that day and dreamed of what I would do with one when I got it. I have had a few Model As to date and this is a profession of the things that I wanted to do with one. I bought this from a gentleman in Salt Lake City. It is a 1980 Ford Model A Shay Reproduction. When I got it, it had only 2000 miles on it! I brought it home and the first thing I did was take it completely apart. I beefed up the frame. I bought a Cobra 302 Mustang just for the motor and transmission(4speed). I took the motor and transmission out, had them completely rebuilt and installed them in the Model A. I re-manufactured all the fenders and body, frenching the tail lights with 60's Cadillac lenses. I changed the rumble seat to a trunk, chopped the windshield, and took out all the wiring and re-wired the whole car. All the wires are labeled - headlights, tail lights, brake lights, etc. It has American Racing Mag Wheels, 15s on the back and 14s on the front. It has the Mustang II disc brakes and a 4 inch drop. I have taken this out to the Salt Flats and it goes like a bat out of hell!!! I am getting older and I have a bunch of cars. I don't want to sell any of them, but I don't want my wife and kids to have to worry about them. This is just like tearing my heart out!"

1938 Packard 1601 4-Door Touring Sedan

1938 Packard 1601 4-Door Touring Sedan

Lot # 39 (Sale Order: 21 of 40)

1938 Packard 1601 4-Door Touring Sedan SELLING NO-RESERVE This original barn-find was located in Santa Barbara, CA, where it sat in a barn for over 40 years. Restorat...moreion began in October 2010 and was completed in May 2013. Kept in stock condition; the only not-factory-installed items added are the directional signals and side-view mirrors. It has 700 miles since engine rebuild. The original engine was a 282, it’s been upgraded to a 288ci with 3-speed manual transmission. This car will sell no-reserve.

1965 Mercury Comet

1965 Mercury Comet

Lot # 42 (Sale Order: 22 of 40)

1965 Mercury Comet VIN# 5J01C512853 This 1965 Mercury Comet has received a complete restoration inside and out. The engine is a Boss 302 Block with a 347 Stroker kit...more. The motor is very strong! The car has a Mustang II front end, 4 wheel disc brakes and a 9? Ford Posi-traction rearend. This car received a complete body restoration by a professional body shop and looks excellent.

1958 DODGE D100 SWEPTSIDE

1958 DODGE D100 SWEPTSIDE

Lot # 43 (Sale Order: 23 of 40)

THIS DODGE SWEPTSIDE IS ONE OF ONLY 975 PRODUCED IN 1958. Dubbed by Dodge the “Handsomest Truck on the Road,” the D100 Sweptside was produced from 1957 – 59, hand built b...morey the Special Equipment Group in a separate part of the truck plant in answer to the Chevrolet’s luxurious Cameo and Ford’s Ranchero. Unlike those competitors, however, the Sweptside is a real half-ton truck and with an available 315cid V8 engine, which this truck has, plus optional push-button LoadFlite automatic transmission, wrap-around big back window and two-tone upholstery. Other notable standard features include a heater, door panel armrests, windshield wipers, two-tone paint, wood bed floor, and acres of gleaming chrome trim. This truck is the recipient of a frame-off restoration 8 years ago by its current owner. Very correct and exemplary quality from top to bottom.

1935 Ford Pickup Truck

1935 Ford Pickup Truck

Lot # 44 (Sale Order: 24 of 40)

1935 Ford Pickup Truck The owner states: "This is a stock 1935 Ford Pickup. It has a Ford flathead V-8, 3 speed transmission and the engine was build by Roger Niel...moreson’s Flathead Salt Lake City. It has new old stock crank, pistons, valves, fuel pump, oil pump. Everything in the block was replaced with new old stock parts. It has hydraulic brakes, 12 volt electrical system, crank out front window, recently painted and distressed paint. I built this truck for our summer home in Idaho. I have had the summer home for quite a few years and nobody knew who I was. I started to drive this around the little town and I became an instant celebrity. We call it the Fishmore Lodge truck and had that painted on the side. I just drive it when I am up there. On the truck bed side rails, all the fly fishing shops in the area asked if they could put their sticker on the rails. It turned out to be pretty cool. I’ve had many happy hours in this truck."

1964 Ford Fairlane

1964 Ford Fairlane

Lot # 45 (Sale Order: 25 of 40)

1964 Ford Fairlane Everything about this car appeals to even the most discerning car collector. This Fairlane underwent a total restoration that was meticulously comp...moreleted. While the body was very solid and rust free to begin with, the paint work shows very well. All of the exterior and interior trim and chrome is in excellent condition and free from the bumps and dents one might normally see on a car of this age. The engine is a 427 FE Center Oiler and was completely rebuilt. It runs smooth and strong. The C6 automatic transmission is mated to a 9? Ford rear end. The car sits on Crager Mag Wheels and excellent tires. The icing on the cake for this Fairlane is the Thunderbolt Hood. It gives the car that imposing stance and awesome presence up against other cars.

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