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The 3rd Annual Salt Lake City Classic Car Auction

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1965 Ford Mustang

1965 Ford Mustang

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 130)

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe Original example Only 74,124 miles covered Original 289 cid C Code V-8 engine Original Cruise-o-Matic automatic transmission An original 1965 Ford Mustang with just 74,124 miles covered since new, this very special example wears the original Wimbledon White paint with the contrasting optional black vinyl roof to perfectly complement the iconic, and original, Pony interior in red. A wonderful driver that starts immediately, then settles into a delightful idle, this is a true collectible given the outstanding originality and clear evidence of a life spent in careful custody. DRIVETRAIN: The original C Code 289 V-8 resides under the hood, featuring the stock 2-barrel carburetor and increased 9.3:1 compression ratio that allowed this base unit to produce 200 hp. The engine compartment is tidy and rust-free, showing no evidence of prior accident damage. The original Cruise-o-Matic automatic transmission remains, and is in good operating condition. CHASSIS: The frame is clean and straight with no visible rust or collision damage. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Then engine compartment is clean with no rust and has zero evidence of accident damage. EXTERIOR: As shown in the photographs, minimal surface rust is visible, but the body panels are free from rot or substantive corrosion. As expected for such an original example, the bodywork displays a pleasing patina, with some dents, chips, scuffs and blemishes consistent with the automobile’s age. The chrome trim is straight and undamaged except for some minor blemishes in the plating. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The trunk compartment is solid, clean and completely rust free. INTERIOR: The original Pony is in excellent condition, with the seating surfaces and bolsters free from rips or tears. The only blemish present is a small tear in the interior door handle on both driver and passenger sides. The dash is free from cracks and presents in excellent condition, while the headliner and carpets are in a similar carefully preserved state. The wood dash and gauges are in beautiful shape and the entire interior wears a wonderful patina that cannot be replicated at any price. The air conditioning unit works perfectly, as do the adjustable seats, making the entire cabin a comfortable place to drive and ride in. With so few originals left, this Mustang will almost certainly attract more attention than many fully restored examples, making it one to treasure. Auction Estimate: $15,000-17,000

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe Original example Only 74,124 miles covered Original 289 cid C Code V-8 engine Original Cruise-o-Matic automatic transmission An origin...moreal 1965 Ford Mustang with just 74,124 miles covered since new, this very special example wears the original Wimbledon White paint with the contrasting optional black vinyl roof to perfectly complement the iconic, and original, Pony interior in red. A wonderful driver that starts immediately, then settles into a delightful idle, this is a true collectible given the outstanding originality and clear evidence of a life spent in careful custody. DRIVETRAIN: The original C Code 289 V-8 resides under the hood, featuring the stock 2-barrel carburetor and increased 9.3:1 compression ratio that allowed this base unit to produce 200 hp. The engine compartment is tidy and rust-free, showing no evidence of prior accident damage. The original Cruise-o-Matic automatic transmission remains, and is in good operating condition. CHASSIS: The frame is clean and straight with no visible rust or collision damage. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Then engine compartment is clean with no rust and has zero evidence of accident damage. EXTERIOR: As shown in the photographs, minimal surface rust is visible, but the body panels are free from rot or substantive corrosion. As expected for such an original example, the bodywork displays a pleasing patina, with some dents, chips, scuffs and blemishes consistent with the automobile’s age. The chrome trim is straight and undamaged except for some minor blemishes in the plating. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The trunk compartment is solid, clean and completely rust free. INTERIOR: The original Pony is in excellent condition, with the seating surfaces and bolsters free from rips or tears. The only blemish present is a small tear in the interior door handle on both driver and passenger sides. The dash is free from cracks and presents in excellent condition, while the headliner and carpets are in a similar carefully preserved state. The wood dash and gauges are in beautiful shape and the entire interior wears a wonderful patina that cannot be replicated at any price. The air conditioning unit works perfectly, as do the adjustable seats, making the entire cabin a comfortable place to drive and ride in. With so few originals left, this Mustang will almost certainly attract more attention than many fully restored examples, making it one to treasure. Auction Estimate: $15,000-17,000

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1967 Jeep CJ 5

1967 Jeep CJ 5

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 130)

1967 Jeep CJ-5 Highly collectible with fast appreciation Original 255 cid – 155 hp V-6 engine 3-speed Borg Warner T14 manual transmission This 1967 Jeep CJ5 is equipped with the original optional 255 cid V-6 engine and Borg Warner T14 3-speed manual transmission and Dana 18 single stick transfer case. This example is equipped with a Dana 44 limited-slip semi-floating rear axle fitted with a 4.89.1 ratio, while the front features a Dana 27 open full-floating front axle with the same ratio as the rear and Superwinch locking hubs. The exterior features a beautiful bronze clear coat finish with rich black leather covering both front buckets and the rear bench seat. The wheels are a painted in a classic black with newer Nexen Roadian MT 235/75R15 tires. Auction Estimate: $10,000-12,000

1967 Jeep CJ-5 Highly collectible with fast appreciation Original 255 cid – 155 hp V-6 engine 3-speed Borg Warner T14 manual transmission This 1967 Jeep CJ5 is e...morequipped with the original optional 255 cid V-6 engine and Borg Warner T14 3-speed manual transmission and Dana 18 single stick transfer case. This example is equipped with a Dana 44 limited-slip semi-floating rear axle fitted with a 4.89.1 ratio, while the front features a Dana 27 open full-floating front axle with the same ratio as the rear and Superwinch locking hubs. The exterior features a beautiful bronze clear coat finish with rich black leather covering both front buckets and the rear bench seat. The wheels are a painted in a classic black with newer Nexen Roadian MT 235/75R15 tires. Auction Estimate: $10,000-12,000

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1973 Lincoln Mark IV

1973 Lincoln Mark IV

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 130)

1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV Vehicle Identification Number 3Y89A911595 460cid V-8 3-speed C6 automatic transmission 4-wheel ‘Sure-track’ anti-lock brakes Matching numbers example Produced from the 1972 to 1976 model years, Lincoln’s Continental Mark IV served as the division’s flagship in the personal luxury coupe market. The 1973 version introduced distinctive styling elements that made it particularly attractive. One of the most powerful cars of the era, the Ford 385 Series engine produced 212 hp that placed it in the same performance class as the Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC and Cadillac Eldorado. Equipped with ‘Sure-track’ anti-lock brakes, it was one of the first cars in the United States to offer the important safety feature. The Motorcar Offered This one owner example has been lovingly preserved and maintained with only 114,008 miles on the odometer since it was purchased new. The dark metallic green paint still produces a nice sheen with the chrome and interior presenting in excellent condition. The hood is in need of slight attention, however, importantly, the vehicle is free of corrosion, thanks in part to the undercoating that was applied at the time of purchase, and there are no accidents in this chariot’s past. Consistent with the fine running condition of this example, normal maintenance has been carried out on a regular basis with a new brake master cylinder and transmission rear main seal installed this year. The original Owner’s Manual, Shop Manual and Tools are included with the sale. Estimate: $11,000 – 13,000

1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV Vehicle Identification Number 3Y89A911595 460cid V-8 3-speed C6 automatic transmission 4-wheel ‘Sure-track’ anti-lock bra...morekes Matching numbers example Produced from the 1972 to 1976 model years, Lincoln’s Continental Mark IV served as the division’s flagship in the personal luxury coupe market. The 1973 version introduced distinctive styling elements that made it particularly attractive. One of the most powerful cars of the era, the Ford 385 Series engine produced 212 hp that placed it in the same performance class as the Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC and Cadillac Eldorado. Equipped with ‘Sure-track’ anti-lock brakes, it was one of the first cars in the United States to offer the important safety feature. The Motorcar Offered This one owner example has been lovingly preserved and maintained with only 114,008 miles on the odometer since it was purchased new. The dark metallic green paint still produces a nice sheen with the chrome and interior presenting in excellent condition. The hood is in need of slight attention, however, importantly, the vehicle is free of corrosion, thanks in part to the undercoating that was applied at the time of purchase, and there are no accidents in this chariot’s past. Consistent with the fine running condition of this example, normal maintenance has been carried out on a regular basis with a new brake master cylinder and transmission rear main seal installed this year. The original Owner’s Manual, Shop Manual and Tools are included with the sale. Estimate: $11,000 – 13,000

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1980 Chevrolet C-30 Pickup Truck

1980 Chevrolet C-30 Pickup Truck

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 130)

1980 Chevrolet C-30 Cheyenne ‘Dually’ Pickup Vehicle Identification Number CCW34AB123522 472cid V-8 engine Factory air conditioning Power steering and brakes Duotone paint Silverado edition The third generation of Chevrolet’s workhorse pickup truck range would prove to be the longest produced variants in the company’s history. The 1980 models featured unique styling that foreshadowed the appearance of what was to follow with a flatter front grill and square headlights. The heavy-duty C30 boasted 12.5-inch disc brakes in front and 13-inch drums in the rear, which provided strong stopping power for the massive vehicle. With a capacity of 4000 pounds, the independent front suspension used coil springs, while the rear offered sturdy multi-leaf springs working in concert with a Salisbury axle. The Vehicle Offered This exceptional example of a heavy-duty ‘dually’ looks like a highly original representative of a true American icon. The interior is in remarkable condition and appears much as it did when new. A rear step bumper facilitates access to the cargo area and the duotone paint scheme of metallic bronze over cream is a wonderful nod to the era’s fashion. Under the hood, however, sits a period 472ci Cadillac V-8 engine for more power and reliable operation. It was extensively redesigned from the earlier 429ci variant for simpler maintenance and went about its business with fewer parts than before. With 375 hp and 525 pound-feet of torque, this is the perfect powerplant to propel this beautiful truck down the road. Estimate: $7,000 – 10,000

1980 Chevrolet C-30 Cheyenne ‘Dually’ Pickup Vehicle Identification Number CCW34AB123522 472cid V-8 engine Factory air conditioning Power steering and b...morerakes Duotone paint Silverado edition The third generation of Chevrolet’s workhorse pickup truck range would prove to be the longest produced variants in the company’s history. The 1980 models featured unique styling that foreshadowed the appearance of what was to follow with a flatter front grill and square headlights. The heavy-duty C30 boasted 12.5-inch disc brakes in front and 13-inch drums in the rear, which provided strong stopping power for the massive vehicle. With a capacity of 4000 pounds, the independent front suspension used coil springs, while the rear offered sturdy multi-leaf springs working in concert with a Salisbury axle. The Vehicle Offered This exceptional example of a heavy-duty ‘dually’ looks like a highly original representative of a true American icon. The interior is in remarkable condition and appears much as it did when new. A rear step bumper facilitates access to the cargo area and the duotone paint scheme of metallic bronze over cream is a wonderful nod to the era’s fashion. Under the hood, however, sits a period 472ci Cadillac V-8 engine for more power and reliable operation. It was extensively redesigned from the earlier 429ci variant for simpler maintenance and went about its business with fewer parts than before. With 375 hp and 525 pound-feet of torque, this is the perfect powerplant to propel this beautiful truck down the road. Estimate: $7,000 – 10,000

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1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 130)

1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Vehicle Identification Number 4Y85Z127543 390cid V-8 engine 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic transmission Long-term ownership Offered at no reserve Ford introduced fresh styling for the Thunderbird in 1964 that was crisper and more formal than ever before. All versions were powered by a 390ci V-8 engine that produced 300 bhp, which allowed the vehicle to accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 11 seconds. Power was transmitted through a Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission with front disc brakes available as an option. A true icon, this version of the Thunderbird featured prominently in several film classics, including Thelma and Louise, The Outsiders and Wild at Heart. With only 9,198 examples built during the inaugural year for the fourth-generation T-Bird, this is a true rarity that is destined to appreciate in the future. The Motorcar Offered This red convertible has been owned by the same family since the early 1990s and was used as often as the weather permitted. It was repainted while in their custody and a new convertible top was procured, but never installed. An excellent candidate for a full restoration or use as weathered weekend driver with some deferred maintenance, it features the original white interior and solid body panels. With some engine work completed only five years ago, this is a running and driveable example of one of the most desirable T-Birds built. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Vehicle Identification Number 4Y85Z127543 390cid V-8 engine 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic transmission Long-term ownership Of...morefered at no reserve Ford introduced fresh styling for the Thunderbird in 1964 that was crisper and more formal than ever before. All versions were powered by a 390ci V-8 engine that produced 300 bhp, which allowed the vehicle to accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 11 seconds. Power was transmitted through a Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission with front disc brakes available as an option. A true icon, this version of the Thunderbird featured prominently in several film classics, including Thelma and Louise, The Outsiders and Wild at Heart. With only 9,198 examples built during the inaugural year for the fourth-generation T-Bird, this is a true rarity that is destined to appreciate in the future. The Motorcar Offered This red convertible has been owned by the same family since the early 1990s and was used as often as the weather permitted. It was repainted while in their custody and a new convertible top was procured, but never installed. An excellent candidate for a full restoration or use as weathered weekend driver with some deferred maintenance, it features the original white interior and solid body panels. With some engine work completed only five years ago, this is a running and driveable example of one of the most desirable T-Birds built. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

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1994 Cadillac SLS

1994 Cadillac SLS

Lot # 5A (Sale Order: 6 of 130)

1994 Cadillac SLS Vehicle Identification Number: 1G6KS52YXRU820808 Canvas Tan Top over Deep Blue body 155,000 miles Nice, all original car Great Driver

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2003 GMC Sonoma Custom

2003 GMC Sonoma Custom

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 7 of 130)

2003 GMC Sonoma Custom Vehicle Identification Number 1GTCS14H038218006 Only 550 original miles Targa-style removable roof panel Matching tonneau cover 2.2L 4-cylinder engine The 2003 GMC Sonoma was the last gasp for the General Motors compact pickup before a comprehensive redesign the following year. Offered in three different body styles and made available with two engine choices, it would prove one of the most popular smaller pickups on the market The Vehicle Offered This stunning low-mileage example is the perfect opportunity to acquire a fully customised pickup at a fraction of the build cost. Showing only 550 miles since new, this yellow beauty has been extensively modified with a lowered ride and retro wheels with whitewall tires. The car features a removable top panel for open-air motoring and the cargo area has been nicely finished with a colour matched tonneau cover and the rear flanks sport trim that brings back memories of the classic 57 Bel Air. All in all, a distinctive machine that is a virtually new vehicle at used car prices. Estimate: $8,000-10,000

2003 GMC Sonoma Custom Vehicle Identification Number 1GTCS14H038218006 Only 550 original miles Targa-style removable roof panel Matching tonneau cover 2...more.2L 4-cylinder engine The 2003 GMC Sonoma was the last gasp for the General Motors compact pickup before a comprehensive redesign the following year. Offered in three different body styles and made available with two engine choices, it would prove one of the most popular smaller pickups on the market The Vehicle Offered This stunning low-mileage example is the perfect opportunity to acquire a fully customised pickup at a fraction of the build cost. Showing only 550 miles since new, this yellow beauty has been extensively modified with a lowered ride and retro wheels with whitewall tires. The car features a removable top panel for open-air motoring and the cargo area has been nicely finished with a colour matched tonneau cover and the rear flanks sport trim that brings back memories of the classic 57 Bel Air. All in all, a distinctive machine that is a virtually new vehicle at used car prices. Estimate: $8,000-10,000

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1967 GMC C25 Flatbed Pickup Truck

1967 GMC C25 Flatbed Pickup Truck

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 8 of 130)

1967 GMC C25 Single Cab Dually Pickup Truck What truly makes this truck special is the new stake side bed. The 1967-72 C/K series trucks are the most coveted trucks in America largely because, unlike any of their peers, they can be used as daily drivers without hesitation. ENGINE: The original motor has previously been replaced and power now comes from a 455ci Oldsmobile “big block” motor. DRIVE TRAIN: The Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well between the gears. There is a dana 60 axel at the rear of the long wheel base. CHASSIS: The frame is straight with only some minor surface rust with no sign of any collision damage or repair work. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The engine compartment is straight and solid, with no evidence of accident damage. There is a little surface rust on the break cylinder. EXTERIOR: Painted in blue the body panels are straight with some stone chips visible from driving and use. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The new wood stake side bed is in great condition and beautifully contrasts the body color. INTERIOR: Inside the cab there is brand new carpet and newly wrapped black vinyl seats. Auction Estimate $7,000-10,000

1967 GMC C25 Single Cab Dually Pickup Truck What truly makes this truck special is the new stake side bed. The 1967-72 C/K series trucks are the most coveted trucks i...moren America largely because, unlike any of their peers, they can be used as daily drivers without hesitation. ENGINE: The original motor has previously been replaced and power now comes from a 455ci Oldsmobile “big block” motor. DRIVE TRAIN: The Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well between the gears. There is a dana 60 axel at the rear of the long wheel base. CHASSIS: The frame is straight with only some minor surface rust with no sign of any collision damage or repair work. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The engine compartment is straight and solid, with no evidence of accident damage. There is a little surface rust on the break cylinder. EXTERIOR: Painted in blue the body panels are straight with some stone chips visible from driving and use. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The new wood stake side bed is in great condition and beautifully contrasts the body color. INTERIOR: Inside the cab there is brand new carpet and newly wrapped black vinyl seats. Auction Estimate $7,000-10,000

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1949 Dodge B1-B 5 Window Pickup Truck

1949 Dodge B1-B 5 Window Pickup Truck

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 9 of 130)

1949 Dodge B1-B Pickup Truck Vehicle Identification Number 82102787 Desirable five-window cab 218cid I-6 engine 4-speed manual transmission The first postwar vehicle that Dodge manufactured was the B-Series pickup, which featured distinctive pilothouse styling with optional rear quarter windows. Power came from the venerable flathead inline six-cylinder engine that produced 95 hp. While most competitors featured a buckboard ride, the B-Series benefitted from a rubber-mounted cab and a unique steering arrangement that reduced the turning radius to 37 degrees. With interest in these attractive workhorses growing, this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a well-preserved example at an affordable price. The Vehicle Offered This solid half-ton B-1B features the original engine and an uprated 4-speed transmission from a later variant, as well as the iconic five-window pilothouse treatment. It is a strong runner that benefits from a new wiring harness, upgraded fuse box and new brakes and lines. The only changes from the original specification are an upgraded window washer system, custom road wheels and a wood steering wheel. With very solid metal and attractive bronze paint this is a fine example that will provide no end of entertainment to the new owner. Estimate: $15,000-18,000

1949 Dodge B1-B Pickup Truck Vehicle Identification Number 82102787 Desirable five-window cab 218cid I-6 engine 4-speed manual transmission The firs...moret postwar vehicle that Dodge manufactured was the B-Series pickup, which featured distinctive pilothouse styling with optional rear quarter windows. Power came from the venerable flathead inline six-cylinder engine that produced 95 hp. While most competitors featured a buckboard ride, the B-Series benefitted from a rubber-mounted cab and a unique steering arrangement that reduced the turning radius to 37 degrees. With interest in these attractive workhorses growing, this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a well-preserved example at an affordable price. The Vehicle Offered This solid half-ton B-1B features the original engine and an uprated 4-speed transmission from a later variant, as well as the iconic five-window pilothouse treatment. It is a strong runner that benefits from a new wiring harness, upgraded fuse box and new brakes and lines. The only changes from the original specification are an upgraded window washer system, custom road wheels and a wood steering wheel. With very solid metal and attractive bronze paint this is a fine example that will provide no end of entertainment to the new owner. Estimate: $15,000-18,000

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1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe

1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 10 of 130)

1949 Plymouth Special De Luxe Club Coupe Top of the line model 218cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission Plymouth returned to civilian production in 1946 with the P-Series full size sedan that was offered in two distinct trim levels: De Luxe and the top-of-the-line Special De Luxe. In 1949, Plymouth introduced art deco inspired styling touches to match the sumptuous interior appointments that had been present from the start. The inline 6-cylinder engine produced 97 hp, which was one of the most advanced units of the day, featuring cast aluminium pistons and a 7:1 compression ratio. With chair height seats and a wood finished metal dash, the cabin both comfortable and attractive. These popular models have exceptional aftermarket support and are one of the best ways to enjoy early postwar motoring. The Motorcar Offered A highly original example that has received a repaint in the original black livery, this attractive coupe presents in very good condition. With very solid metal, this is a genuine two-owner vehicle that has been carefully maintained and preserved. With a recent engine tune-up, it runs and drives as it should and should prove a sound investment as concours examples have reached the $40,000 mark at recent auctions. Estimate: $15,000-18,000

1949 Plymouth Special De Luxe Club Coupe Top of the line model 218cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission Plymouth returned to civilian production in 1...more946 with the P-Series full size sedan that was offered in two distinct trim levels: De Luxe and the top-of-the-line Special De Luxe. In 1949, Plymouth introduced art deco inspired styling touches to match the sumptuous interior appointments that had been present from the start. The inline 6-cylinder engine produced 97 hp, which was one of the most advanced units of the day, featuring cast aluminium pistons and a 7:1 compression ratio. With chair height seats and a wood finished metal dash, the cabin both comfortable and attractive. These popular models have exceptional aftermarket support and are one of the best ways to enjoy early postwar motoring. The Motorcar Offered A highly original example that has received a repaint in the original black livery, this attractive coupe presents in very good condition. With very solid metal, this is a genuine two-owner vehicle that has been carefully maintained and preserved. With a recent engine tune-up, it runs and drives as it should and should prove a sound investment as concours examples have reached the $40,000 mark at recent auctions. Estimate: $15,000-18,000

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1976 Lincoln Continental

1976 Lincoln Continental

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 11 of 130)

1976 Lincoln Continental Vehicle Identification Number 6Y81A922316 Long-term ownership Matching numbers 460cid V-8 engine 3-speed C6 automatic transmission The landmark Continental introduced extensive changes for the 1975 model year with a more generous greenhouse and distinct B-pillars, as well as a revised profile for a sleeker appearance. Under the skin appeared upgraded brakes and the venerable 460 cid V-8 engine that ran for the first time with unleaded gasoline. An attractive luxury coupe, Lincoln’s Continental continued to represent the aspirational market well and is a treasured collectible today. The Motorcar Offered Carefully stored in a garage for more than 30 years, this matching numbers example features new tires, new water pump and a new ignition box, ensuring that it will continue to operate as it should well into the future. The interior surfaces are in good condition and the exterior surfaces have benefitted from the fact that it has avoided snow for the last three decades. A good example of a luxury icon. Estimate: $4,000-6,000

1976 Lincoln Continental Vehicle Identification Number 6Y81A922316 Long-term ownership Matching numbers 460cid V-8 engine 3-speed C6 automatic transmissio...moren The landmark Continental introduced extensive changes for the 1975 model year with a more generous greenhouse and distinct B-pillars, as well as a revised profile for a sleeker appearance. Under the skin appeared upgraded brakes and the venerable 460 cid V-8 engine that ran for the first time with unleaded gasoline. An attractive luxury coupe, Lincoln’s Continental continued to represent the aspirational market well and is a treasured collectible today. The Motorcar Offered Carefully stored in a garage for more than 30 years, this matching numbers example features new tires, new water pump and a new ignition box, ensuring that it will continue to operate as it should well into the future. The interior surfaces are in good condition and the exterior surfaces have benefitted from the fact that it has avoided snow for the last three decades. A good example of a luxury icon. Estimate: $4,000-6,000

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1977 Lincoln Mark V

1977 Lincoln Mark V

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 12 of 130)

1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V VIN 7Y89A851786 Stored indoors for more than 30 years 460 cid V-8 3-speed automatic transmission Introduced in 1977, the Continental Mark V represented the latest iteration of a proud lineage. With a more formal appearance that carried familiar styling cues of the past, it remained one of the most attractive personal luxury coupes of the era. Power was provided by a standard 400 cid V-8 or an optional 460 hp V-8, both mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The Motorcar Offered This attractive example has been carefully stored indoors for more than 30 years and is a good running example of Lincoln’s upmarket coupe. Featuring good black paint and a nice interior, this is a solid driver quality vehicle. Benefitting from much recent service work, including a rebuilt carburetor, new fuel pump, new tires and new battery, this is a perfect example to get in and drive down the highway. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V VIN 7Y89A851786 Stored indoors for more than 30 years 460 cid V-8 3-speed automatic transmission Introduced in 1977, t...morehe Continental Mark V represented the latest iteration of a proud lineage. With a more formal appearance that carried familiar styling cues of the past, it remained one of the most attractive personal luxury coupes of the era. Power was provided by a standard 400 cid V-8 or an optional 460 hp V-8, both mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The Motorcar Offered This attractive example has been carefully stored indoors for more than 30 years and is a good running example of Lincoln’s upmarket coupe. Featuring good black paint and a nice interior, this is a solid driver quality vehicle. Benefitting from much recent service work, including a rebuilt carburetor, new fuel pump, new tires and new battery, this is a perfect example to get in and drive down the highway. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

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1968 Mercedes-Benz 230

1968 Mercedes-Benz 230

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 13 of 130)

1968 Mercedes-Benz 230 Vehicle Identification Number 11001110033038 Original numbers matching example Rare optional sunroof Long-term indoor storage 2308cc M180 I-6 engine The Mercedes-Benz W110 Series are easily identifiable from their distinctive tail fins, which represented a departure from their rounder predecessors. Intended to be the entry-level model for the range, these robust and reliable vehicles proved popular around the globe. The second series versions were produced from 1965 to 1968 and introduced revised lighting details and simpler brightwork. These later cars also feature more reliable five-main-bearing engines, which accounts for their legendary endurance and reputation as one of the most dependable classics on the market. The Motorcar Offered From the final year of production, this highly original, numbers matching example was stored indoors for more than 30 years, helping to preserve this vehicle in remarkable condition. A good running vehicle, recent work included a new electric fuel pump and ignition switch, as well as carburettors that were rebuilt at the start of the decade. Equipped with a factory sunroof, this 230 represents one of the least expensive paths to classic Mercedes-Benz ownership. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

1968 Mercedes-Benz 230 Vehicle Identification Number 11001110033038 Original numbers matching example Rare optional sunroof Long-term indoor storage 230...more8cc M180 I-6 engine The Mercedes-Benz W110 Series are easily identifiable from their distinctive tail fins, which represented a departure from their rounder predecessors. Intended to be the entry-level model for the range, these robust and reliable vehicles proved popular around the globe. The second series versions were produced from 1965 to 1968 and introduced revised lighting details and simpler brightwork. These later cars also feature more reliable five-main-bearing engines, which accounts for their legendary endurance and reputation as one of the most dependable classics on the market. The Motorcar Offered From the final year of production, this highly original, numbers matching example was stored indoors for more than 30 years, helping to preserve this vehicle in remarkable condition. A good running vehicle, recent work included a new electric fuel pump and ignition switch, as well as carburettors that were rebuilt at the start of the decade. Equipped with a factory sunroof, this 230 represents one of the least expensive paths to classic Mercedes-Benz ownership. Estimate: $5,000-7,000

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1936 FORD PICK-UP

1936 FORD PICK-UP

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 14 of 130)

1936 Ford 317 Custom Truck Numerous performance and styling modifications Custom tube frame chassis 350 cid V-8 engine TH350 3-speed automatic transmission The Vehicle Offered This 1936 Ford 317 pickup truck has been extensively modified into a custom street rod that is finished to the highest possible standard with no expense spared. Underneath the all-steel bodywork with fibreglass rear fenders and running boards is a square-tube chassis that has been fitted with an independent front coil spring suspension from the Ford Mustang and traditional leaf springs at the rear. A Ford 9-inch rear axle and power front disc brakes have been installed along with power steering and a tilt wheel. The powerplant is a new ‘350’ small-block Chevy unit with an Edelbrock 650 CFM carburettor, high-rise manifold, performance camshaft and rams horn headers for the ultimate performance package. The radiator has been fully upgraded and an electric fuel pump added for reliable operation. The steel bed features aluminium and oak floors with a heavy-duty trailer hitch and electric brake package installed to make this a capable tow vehicle. Replete with extensive chrome and polished aluminium trim, this is an eye-catching truck that cannot be replicated for anywhere near the estimated sale price.

1936 Ford 317 Custom Truck Numerous performance and styling modifications Custom tube frame chassis 350 cid V-8 engine TH350 3-speed automatic transmission ...more The Vehicle Offered This 1936 Ford 317 pickup truck has been extensively modified into a custom street rod that is finished to the highest possible standard with no expense spared. Underneath the all-steel bodywork with fibreglass rear fenders and running boards is a square-tube chassis that has been fitted with an independent front coil spring suspension from the Ford Mustang and traditional leaf springs at the rear. A Ford 9-inch rear axle and power front disc brakes have been installed along with power steering and a tilt wheel. The powerplant is a new ‘350’ small-block Chevy unit with an Edelbrock 650 CFM carburettor, high-rise manifold, performance camshaft and rams horn headers for the ultimate performance package. The radiator has been fully upgraded and an electric fuel pump added for reliable operation. The steel bed features aluminium and oak floors with a heavy-duty trailer hitch and electric brake package installed to make this a capable tow vehicle. Replete with extensive chrome and polished aluminium trim, this is an eye-catching truck that cannot be replicated for anywhere near the estimated sale price.

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1926 Ford Model T Coupe

1926 Ford Model T Coupe

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 15 of 130)

1926 Ford Model T Coupe Older restoration with mechanical refreshening 177 cid I-4 engine 2-speed planetary gear This very correct Model T Coupe is an older restoration that had the engine professionally rebuilt only 5 years ago by Bud Cheney Antique Engines out of Idaho. Driven regularly and restored to period correct specification, this is an excellent example of the most important automobile ever built. An excellent choice for the experienced or novice car collector, this is one of those cars that everyone should own once. Auction Estimate: $8,000-10,000 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 Cheney 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."

1926 Ford Model T Coupe Older restoration with mechanical refreshening 177 cid I-4 engine 2-speed planetary gear This very correct Model T Coupe is an older res...moretoration that had the engine professionally rebuilt only 5 years ago by Bud Cheney Antique Engines out of Idaho. Driven regularly and restored to period correct specification, this is an excellent example of the most important automobile ever built. An excellent choice for the experienced or novice car collector, this is one of those cars that everyone should own once. Auction Estimate: $8,000-10,000 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 Cheney 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."

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1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4

1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 16 of 130)

1989 Dodge Dakota Convertible Vehicle Identification Number: 1B7GG69X8KS146585 Very rare convertible truck 100 miles since restoration Fully optioned 3.9-liter V-6 engine This 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4 Pickup Truck has the 3.9-liter Magnum V6 engine, The first open American pickup since the Ford Model T, the Dodge Dakota Sport 4 x 4 Pickup Truck featured a fixed roll bar and a simple manually convertible manual top. Intended as a limited production halo vehicle, only 2,842 were built that first year by the American Sunroof Corporation, which converted them from standard cab bodies supplied by Dodge. Of those, less than half were ordered in 4 x 4 specification, with even fewer ordered with air conditioning, power locks and power windows. Restored less than 100 miles ago, this attractive example features a rebuilt front end with a refreshed engine and new shocks. With a new tonneau cover and only 76,000 miles from new, this is a rare collectible truck from the 1980s, ordered by automotive legend Bob Lutz and sure to appreciate in the future. Auction Estimate: $15,000-17,000

1989 Dodge Dakota Convertible Vehicle Identification Number: 1B7GG69X8KS146585 Very rare convertible truck 100 miles since restoration Fully optioned 3.9-liter ...moreV-6 engine This 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4 Pickup Truck has the 3.9-liter Magnum V6 engine, The first open American pickup since the Ford Model T, the Dodge Dakota Sport 4 x 4 Pickup Truck featured a fixed roll bar and a simple manually convertible manual top. Intended as a limited production halo vehicle, only 2,842 were built that first year by the American Sunroof Corporation, which converted them from standard cab bodies supplied by Dodge. Of those, less than half were ordered in 4 x 4 specification, with even fewer ordered with air conditioning, power locks and power windows. Restored less than 100 miles ago, this attractive example features a rebuilt front end with a refreshed engine and new shocks. With a new tonneau cover and only 76,000 miles from new, this is a rare collectible truck from the 1980s, ordered by automotive legend Bob Lutz and sure to appreciate in the future. Auction Estimate: $15,000-17,000

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1953 Chevy 5 Window Pickup Truck

1953 Chevy 5 Window Pickup Truck

Lot # 15A (Sale Order: 17 of 130)

1953 Chevy 5 Window Pickup Truck - Frame-off restoration that needs completion - 5 Miles on Crate SBC Fuel Injected 350 - New Glass - Rides on Air Bags - Fo...moreose Wheels - The interior needs finished including gauges, door panels, flooring

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1947 Dodge Pickup Truck

1947 Dodge Pickup Truck

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 18 of 130)

1947 Dodge Custom Pickup Truck Nothing complicated here, with a nice old pickup fitted with a Big Block Ford FE 390 V-8 and automatic transmission! For added appeal, the hood skits have been removed so the Big Block is provided maximum visibility. The bed has been finished in polished stainless steel and an external fuel cell has been fitted. Inside, the cab has custom bucket seats, headliner and a custom dash with bespoke gauges. This is ready for show and go! Auction Estimate: $11,000-13,000

1947 Dodge Custom Pickup Truck Nothing complicated here, with a nice old pickup fitted with a Big Block Ford FE 390 V-8 and automatic transmission! For added appeal, ...morethe hood skits have been removed so the Big Block is provided maximum visibility. The bed has been finished in polished stainless steel and an external fuel cell has been fitted. Inside, the cab has custom bucket seats, headliner and a custom dash with bespoke gauges. This is ready for show and go! Auction Estimate: $11,000-13,000

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1983 Cadillac Sedan Deville

1983 Cadillac Sedan Deville

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 19 of 130)

1983 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Vehicle Identification Number 1G6AD6980D9270242 Extremely original example Only 30,000 miles from new 350 cid V-8 engine A fully optioned, extremely original example of America’s premier luxury sedan from the Reagan era, when Cadillac represented the best that could be bought. With only 30,000 mile from new and matching numbers, this is a true rarity. With so many gone, could this be the best one in the world? Auction Estimate: $6,000-8,000

1983 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Vehicle Identification Number 1G6AD6980D9270242 Extremely original example Only 30,000 miles from new 350 cid V-8 engine A fully ...moreoptioned, extremely original example of America’s premier luxury sedan from the Reagan era, when Cadillac represented the best that could be bought. With only 30,000 mile from new and matching numbers, this is a true rarity. With so many gone, could this be the best one in the world? Auction Estimate: $6,000-8,000

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1972 Chevy K20 Custom 4X4 truck.

1972 Chevy K20 Custom 4X4 truck.

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 20 of 130)

1972 Chevrolet K20 Pickup Vehicle Identification Number: CKE242Z100235 Frame-on restoration in 2014 Iconic example of American workhorse Original K20 option package 350 cid V-8 engine The K20 Custom package The 1967-72 C/K series trucks are the most coveted trucks in America largely because, unlike any of their peers, they can be used as daily drivers without hesitation. The 1972 truck is the most coveted of all, featuring the rare K20 Custom Package that included chrome bumpers and improved trim. This exceptionally attractive example received a frame-on restoration using a straight rust free truck to start with in 2014, and was completed with an eye-catching blue over white livery. Finished in a new base coat and clear coat with a spray on bed liner and new chrome bumpers. Powered by a powerful 350 engine, with Edelbrock 650cfm carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, dual exhaust, manual choke, engine heater, and Turbo 350 transmission, this truck runs and drives wonderfully. The truck utilizes stock Dana 44-5F Front axle with splicer manual hubs and Saginaw HO52 rear axle, a NP205 transfer case, as well as stock gearing. The truck sits on a set of 285/75R16 BF Goodrich All-Terrain Tires size on 16” chrome American Racing rims. The truck has 4-inch lift, amazing road manners at highway speeds and has great off-road capabilities as well. In addition to new paint, the truck’s interior has been restored with brand new velour seat facings in blue over white, reconditioned door cards, new dash pad, new interior paint, new steering column, new steering wheel, new carpet, sliding rear glass window and CD stereo system. Everything operates as it should. This truck is great looking and is a pleasure to drive. Auction Estimate: $21,000-24,000

1972 Chevrolet K20 Pickup Vehicle Identification Number: CKE242Z100235 Frame-on restoration in 2014 Iconic example of American workhorse Original K20 option packa...morege 350 cid V-8 engine The K20 Custom package The 1967-72 C/K series trucks are the most coveted trucks in America largely because, unlike any of their peers, they can be used as daily drivers without hesitation. The 1972 truck is the most coveted of all, featuring the rare K20 Custom Package that included chrome bumpers and improved trim. This exceptionally attractive example received a frame-on restoration using a straight rust free truck to start with in 2014, and was completed with an eye-catching blue over white livery. Finished in a new base coat and clear coat with a spray on bed liner and new chrome bumpers. Powered by a powerful 350 engine, with Edelbrock 650cfm carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, dual exhaust, manual choke, engine heater, and Turbo 350 transmission, this truck runs and drives wonderfully. The truck utilizes stock Dana 44-5F Front axle with splicer manual hubs and Saginaw HO52 rear axle, a NP205 transfer case, as well as stock gearing. The truck sits on a set of 285/75R16 BF Goodrich All-Terrain Tires size on 16” chrome American Racing rims. The truck has 4-inch lift, amazing road manners at highway speeds and has great off-road capabilities as well. In addition to new paint, the truck’s interior has been restored with brand new velour seat facings in blue over white, reconditioned door cards, new dash pad, new interior paint, new steering column, new steering wheel, new carpet, sliding rear glass window and CD stereo system. Everything operates as it should. This truck is great looking and is a pleasure to drive. Auction Estimate: $21,000-24,000

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1965 Ford F100

1965 Ford F100

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 21 of 130)

1965 Ford F100 Pickup Vehicle Identification Number F100K638878 Very original example Professionally rebuilt engine with only 3,000 miles Rare Sierra Brown paint 352 cid V-8 engine The 1965 F-Series Ford Pickup Truck was introduced with an all-new frame that remained the foundation of the iconic vehicles through 1979. Distinguished by the landmark I-beam suspension, the 1965-1966 models are distinguished with a “TWIN I-BEAM” emblem championing the addition. A very original example finished in rare Sierra Brown paint. The only modifications are a 1966 edition grille and an aftermarket rear bumper. Under the hood is the 352 cid V-8, producing 208 hp. Professionally rebuilt to a high standard, the engine has covered only 3,000 miles since. Auction Estimate: $7,000-9,000

1965 Ford F100 Pickup Vehicle Identification Number F100K638878 Very original example Professionally rebuilt engine with only 3,000 miles Rare Sierra Brown paint ...more 352 cid V-8 engine The 1965 F-Series Ford Pickup Truck was introduced with an all-new frame that remained the foundation of the iconic vehicles through 1979. Distinguished by the landmark I-beam suspension, the 1965-1966 models are distinguished with a “TWIN I-BEAM” emblem championing the addition. A very original example finished in rare Sierra Brown paint. The only modifications are a 1966 edition grille and an aftermarket rear bumper. Under the hood is the 352 cid V-8, producing 208 hp. Professionally rebuilt to a high standard, the engine has covered only 3,000 miles since. Auction Estimate: $7,000-9,000

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1988 Buick Reatta

1988 Buick Reatta

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 22 of 130)

1988 Buick Reatta Vehicle Identification Number 164EC11C7B904330 Excellent example in original condition Only 77,000 miles from new 3.8-liter V-6 engine SELLING NO RESERVE The 1988 Buick Reatta was a low-volume transverse front engine, front-wheel drive, two-door, two-seater grand 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 ECC was the first of it’s kind in any American-manufactured automobile. This example Buick is an excellent, original car that shows extremely well. The 6-digit odometer displays only 77,000 miles and all of the components work on the car, including the retractable headlights, sunroof and all facets of the Electronic Control Center. This car was acquired in the 1990’s and then 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. Auction Estimate: $5,000-7,000

1988 Buick Reatta Vehicle Identification Number 164EC11C7B904330 Excellent example in original condition Only 77,000 miles from new 3.8-liter V-6 engine SELLING...more NO RESERVE The 1988 Buick Reatta was a low-volume transverse front engine, front-wheel drive, two-door, two-seater grand 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 ECC was the first of it’s kind in any American-manufactured automobile. This example Buick is an excellent, original car that shows extremely well. The 6-digit odometer displays only 77,000 miles and all of the components work on the car, including the retractable headlights, sunroof and all facets of the Electronic Control Center. This car was acquired in the 1990’s and then 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. Auction Estimate: $5,000-7,000

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1947 Frazer Manhatten

1947 Frazer Manhatten

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 23 of 130)

1947 Frazer Manhattan Very attractive restored example 226 cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission with electric overdrive The new Frazer won the Fashion Academy of New York Gold Medal for design achievement. Production began on May 29, 1946 and the Frazer made its public debut June 29, 1946. The Frazer used the Continental Red Seal 226 cid “Supersonic” L-head six powerplant, which reached 115 hp. This magnificently restored Manhattan was completed in the ’90’s and has been freshened with a new exhaust system, new battery, new spark plugs, points and new carburetor.-120 HP Straight 6 engine. This 1947 Frazer Manhattan has been finished in medium gray with a matching interior. Significant attention was paid to the chrome and other brightwork, with the seats, door panels, and headliner all finished in a Mohair-like material to replicate the original. The dash is very tidy with factory gauges and chrome trim. It is powered by the Continental inline 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission with electric overdrive. The car includes the original Owners Manual and original 1947 license plate. Auction Estimate: $16,000-18,000

1947 Frazer Manhattan Very attractive restored example 226 cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission with electric overdrive The new Frazer won the Fashion Aca...moredemy of New York Gold Medal for design achievement. Production began on May 29, 1946 and the Frazer made its public debut June 29, 1946. The Frazer used the Continental Red Seal 226 cid “Supersonic” L-head six powerplant, which reached 115 hp. This magnificently restored Manhattan was completed in the ’90’s and has been freshened with a new exhaust system, new battery, new spark plugs, points and new carburetor.-120 HP Straight 6 engine. This 1947 Frazer Manhattan has been finished in medium gray with a matching interior. Significant attention was paid to the chrome and other brightwork, with the seats, door panels, and headliner all finished in a Mohair-like material to replicate the original. The dash is very tidy with factory gauges and chrome trim. It is powered by the Continental inline 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission with electric overdrive. The car includes the original Owners Manual and original 1947 license plate. Auction Estimate: $16,000-18,000

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1926 Ford Model T Pickup Truck Roadster

1926 Ford Model T Pickup Truck Roadster

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 24 of 130)

1926 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup Truck Professionally rebuilt engine Correct older restoration 177 cid I-4 engine A rare example of the open version of Ford’s iconic Model T pickup truck, this attractive example is in very good condition with a recent professional rebuild of the 177 cid I-4 cylinder engine. Certain to make an impression wherever it goes, this period correct Model T has appeared in a number of films and is certain to please the lucky bidder who takes home this piece of automotive Americana. Auction Estimate: $8,000-10,000 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 passed 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.

1926 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup Truck Professionally rebuilt engine Correct older restoration 177 cid I-4 engine A rare example of the open version of Ford’s ...moreiconic Model T pickup truck, this attractive example is in very good condition with a recent professional rebuild of the 177 cid I-4 cylinder engine. Certain to make an impression wherever it goes, this period correct Model T has appeared in a number of films and is certain to please the lucky bidder who takes home this piece of automotive Americana. Auction Estimate: $8,000-10,000 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 passed 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.

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1939 Chevrolet Master 85

1939 Chevrolet Master 85

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 25 of 130)

1939 Chevrolet Master 85 An attractive fully restored example of the breed 206 cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission Manufactured from 1933 to 1942, Chevrolet’s Master Series was an aspirational model for most customers. The Master 85 was the base model for 1939, which introduced new art deco styling that was evocative of the far more expensive Cadillac. The most important new feature was a coil spring and wishbone suspension, which replaced the troublesome knee-action layout used previously. Despite the affordable purchase price, the Model 85 retained many features from the previous De Luxe model and is valued today for its unmistakable 1930s appearance and impeccable ride quality. The Motorcar Offered This attractive example is the recipient of a complete restoration that has resulted in a car that drives as good as it looks. The 206 cid inline six-cylinder engine runs smoothly and propels the car nicely down the road. Larger rolling stock on custom wheels improve the handling and ride quality immeasurably, making this an outstanding oldie to drive to local shows and cruise-in events. Estimate: $23,000-25,000

1939 Chevrolet Master 85 An attractive fully restored example of the breed 206 cid I-6 engine 3-speed manual transmission Manufactured from 1933 to 1942, ...moreChevrolet’s Master Series was an aspirational model for most customers. The Master 85 was the base model for 1939, which introduced new art deco styling that was evocative of the far more expensive Cadillac. The most important new feature was a coil spring and wishbone suspension, which replaced the troublesome knee-action layout used previously. Despite the affordable purchase price, the Model 85 retained many features from the previous De Luxe model and is valued today for its unmistakable 1930s appearance and impeccable ride quality. The Motorcar Offered This attractive example is the recipient of a complete restoration that has resulted in a car that drives as good as it looks. The 206 cid inline six-cylinder engine runs smoothly and propels the car nicely down the road. Larger rolling stock on custom wheels improve the handling and ride quality immeasurably, making this an outstanding oldie to drive to local shows and cruise-in events. Estimate: $23,000-25,000

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