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Scottsdale Collector Car Auction

by Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
Sat, Jan  21, 2017  10:00 AM   Mountain
Join us for Barrett-Jackson’s 46th Annual Scottsdale Auction, where more than 1,500 vehicles – including the impressive Charlie Thomas Collection – will cross the block, the majority at No Reserve.
2008 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE SEDAN 2008 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE SEDAN

2008 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE SEDAN

Lot #1218 (Sale Order 1 of 248)

This 2008 Maserati is equipped with a 4.2-liter 400hp engine and automatic transmission. This 2008 Maserati is a 2008 Maserati Quattroporte Executive is loaded with lots of options including navigation rear reclining seats Alcantara suede headliner wood steering wheel. Has a clean CARFAX report. The car has been recently serviced and sits upon upgraded custom rims and tires. The Executive was Maseratis upgraded vehicle in the Quattroporte line with a starting MSRP before options of $130981.00. The car was designed to rival all other luxury imports. The car sports a beautiful White Dove interior with body color interior accents. Clean CARFAX history report. The 4.2L 400hp engine is a fun surprise of power and very fun to drive.

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1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP 1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

Lot #1221 (Sale Order 2 of 248)

With a total frame-off rebuild this features the original-style 216ci motor refinished in original gray. All fasteners and lines are re-plated correctly. Its also equipped with the correct cloth-covered wiring harness and 3-speed column-shift transmission. Ultra-straight body panels are finished in total show-quality Cape Maroon - a proper color for 1951. The doors fit open and close like new. The pickup box is restored to original 1951 specs with painted black floor boards. The interior is restored to the original matte-brown color with maroon bus-grain bench seat. Other options include the chrome grille chrome bumpers front bumper guards heater and sun visor. Restored to Antique Auto Club and Vintage Chevrolet Club judging standards.

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1996 DODGE VIPER CONVERTIBLE 1996 DODGE VIPER CONVERTIBLE

1996 DODGE VIPER CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1223 (Sale Order 3 of 248)

This RT/10 Convertible Anniversary Edition is a very special Viper. In 1996 U.S. production was limited to 685 vehicles very few of them were the Anniversary Edition recognizable by is unique color combinations along with a special blue steering wheel and gear shifter. The Viper also has the costly carbon-fiber option. Even making this car more collectible is the extremely low VIN #I00037. This Viper has recently been serviced and has the original matching-numbers engine with 6-speed manual transmission. Clean CARFAX.

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1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD TRANS AM 1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD TRANS AM

1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD TRANS AM

Lot #1225 (Sale Order 4 of 248)

This Special Edition Trans Am has 24000 original miles (the title reads mileage exempt). An original and untouched survivor car it has all the right options. A 301 car with W72 options only 2084 of these T-tops produced in 1980. It comes with the original Window Sticker Build Sheet pre-delivery inspection report from dealer original Trans Am brochure from dealer service specifications retail order form original fuel economy rating sheet service records original keys original Fisher T-top storage covers original floor mats and original jack and spare tire. Specific options include 301ci 4.9-liter V8 T/A with 4-barrel power steering bucket seats console Shaker hood high-energy ignition system front and rear air dams front and rear wheel opening air deflectors front and rear air deflectors and black exterior with black velour custom factory interior. Other options include automatic transmission air conditioning rear window defroster remote sport mirror Rally gauges clock tilt steering intermittent wipers tachometer Soft Ray glass power windows and power door locks. The Special Edition package includes T-tops gold hood decal formula steering wheel gold-colored cast wheels gold accented interior trim plate gold striping and decals. The Special Performance Package includes 8 aluminum wheels as well as power front and rear disc brakes. It has the original Window Sticker.

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1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLE 1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLE

1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1226 (Sale Order 5 of 248)

A total of 1000 Grand Sport Corvettes were produced. 810 were coupes and 190 were convertibles. This vehicle VIN #997 is the final Grand Sport convertible produced as documented in the Grand Sport Registry. It came with the high-performance LT4 V8 engine producing 330hp and 340 ft/lbs of torque. The GS came only in Admiral Blue with a white stripe down the middle. Two red hash marks on the drivers side front wheel arch 5-spoke black wheels and special seat trim provide a distinctive look. The Grand Sport came with wider Goodyear F1 tires. This car comes complete with all original paperwork including Window Sticker owners manual and two sets of original keys with remote fob. This car is completely original except for replacement battery. The car was never hit painted or taken out in inclement weather. In like-new condition it has 950 original miles (the title reads mileage exempt). 6-speed manual transmission.

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1952 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 1952 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN

1952 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN

Lot #1232 (Sale Order 6 of 248)

This beautiful beach cruiser is finished in Mint Green and white with a nicely restored interior. Its powered by a rebuilt 235ci 6-cylinder Thriftmaster engine and rebuilt 3-speed manual transmission with a new clutch. It also has a new exhaust system fuel cell and aluminum radiator with electric fan. Exterior features include wide whitewall radial tires and rear baker doors.

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1965 VOLKSWAGEN BUS 1965 VOLKSWAGEN BUS

1965 VOLKSWAGEN BUS

Lot #1235 (Sale Order 7 of 248)

This 1963 Volkswagen Bus was owned by a father and daughter since 1995 and was driven regularly from 2010 to present. The bus was slowly restored over the last 20 years and painted twice over that time period. The engine is an original Volkswagen 1600cc that runs great paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Recently the vehicle was completely gone through from top to bottom by the largest classic Volkswagen restoration shop in the country. The bus runs and drives excellent the acceleration and braking are excellent and all lights and gauges work as they should. The interior is in great shape with new German square-weave carpet in the passenger area and the bus still has its original German panels throughout. The M-code decodes this bus as an original 9-passenger bus and this bus still has its original ultra-rare folding middle seat. It came from the manufacturer with four pop-out windows and all four still have the original German latches. This is such a unique bus because of the fact that it retains so many OEM pieces including its original and still-functioning Blaupunkt radio. This is a rare piece of classic Volkswagen history.

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2016 JEEP WRANGLER 2016 JEEP WRANGLER

2016 JEEP WRANGLER

Lot #1236 (Sale Order 8 of 248)

This Jeep was designed and built for Surco products for display in their booth at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas NV. Surco products and several other manufacturers were involved in the build of this Jeep to show off their new products and this JK was a huge hit. KAO Autostyling was contracted to build the Jeep for the show and everything was done by a team of professional restylers with great attention to detail. An 8 BDS suspension lift has been installed using Fox Performance series adjustable reservoir shocks on all four corners. A dual shock front-steering stabilizer was installed using two Fox gas shocks. One-of-a-kind polished aluminum fender flares allow for more wheel and tire clearance with the 22x12 polished aluminum custom wheels and 40 Toyo Mud Terrain tires. New gears by G2 have been installed to help move this giant Jeep down the road with ease. Its also equipped with Surco Products no-drill-required roof rack and cargo system Surco Products hitch mount cargo basket DV8 off-road rock crawler series front bumper with integrated LED lights and Rugged Ridge winch and DV8 off-road rear bumper. KAO used the all-new X-metal LED lighted front grille two-toned to match. It also has Borla performance dual exhaust system. This JK also features thousands of dollars-worth of high powered LED lights. The custom leather interior is red and black. Exterior features include custom headlights with ultra-white LED halos and custom LED tail lights as well. The factory hood was replaced with a heat reductor hood from Rugged Ridge and has a hood accessory system that holds lights a shovel or an axe. This loaded custom Jeep with 327 actual miles was built by the best in the business. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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2017 FORD MUSTANG GT 2017 FORD MUSTANG GT

2017 FORD MUSTANG GT

Lot #1237 (Sale Order 9 of 248)

This Mustang GT was built by KAO Autostyling for Ford Motor Company at the 2016 SEMA Show this past November. The vehicle was shipped from Ford straight to KAO where the car was customized to their design specs. The car came out amazing. The build on this vehicle was a joint venture with several manufacturers in the automotive industry. Ford started with a very well-equipped Mustang GT with all the available upgrades and options and then let the design team at KAO do their thing. This GT features a lowered suspension system from Eibach suspension Borla ATAK cat-back exhaust system Brembo brakes custom painted white Mineral Gray and Speed Orange along with a one-of-a-kind custom color-matched three-tone leather interior. The custom body kit includes new front fascia flared side rocker skirts and a full wrap-around rear valance with exhaust ports designed to accommodate the Borla exhaust. It comes with a Diablo sport tuner and combined with the Borla exhaust and intake system this GT puts out 500hp on 93 octane pump gas. The wheels are designed and built by TSW wheels 20x9 front and 20x10.5 rears wrapped in Toyo tires. Less than 200 miles.

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1957 LINCOLN PREMIERE CONVERTIBLE 1957 LINCOLN PREMIERE CONVERTIBLE

1957 LINCOLN PREMIERE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1239 (Sale Order 10 of 248)

Found in a small town in Colorado this Lincoln named Soffie was professionally restored in 1982. The restoration date of May 4 1982 is inscribed on the back of the front bumper. Soffie has been kept in a garage at all times. As one of the top winners from the May 2008 Gateway Car Show it was featured in the 2009 ad for the same show. In 2008 it won Best of Show for the Veterans Motor Car Club of Americas Fathers Day Car Show. This was the largest car show in the area with over 300 cars entered in the two-day event. Soffie was in the same family for the last 33 years. Purchased in 2002 the current owners continue to take loving care of the car. A Continental kit was added in 2003. Any service or repairs performed were done with the best original parts available. It drives nice and the automatic transmission shifts nicely. The convertible top is in good condition and operates smoothly. Its powered by a 368/300hp V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor. Other options include power seats power wing glass and leather interior. A rare find: only 3676 convertibles were made in 1957.

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1957 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE 1957 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

1957 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1240 (Sale Order 11 of 248)

Slightly customized this is an excellent running and driving convertible. Its powered by a stock 365ci engine with 4-valve carburetor and automatic transmission. Its equipped with power steering power brakes and power windows. The unique zebra-skin-look interior features a Wonder Bar radio with an FM conversion. It includes a hard parade boot. This car has a great look and has won many show awards.

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1955 CHEVROLET CUSTOM SEDAN DELIVERY 1955 CHEVROLET CUSTOM SEDAN DELIVERY

1955 CHEVROLET CUSTOM SEDAN DELIVERY

Lot #1241 (Sale Order 12 of 248)

This stunning Sedan Delivery is a true one of a kind custom Pro-Touring wagon. The body on this no-expense-spared build was removed from the original chassis where it was prepped for paint. After perfecting the body it was meticulously painted in Liquid Metal Silver along with Cobalt Blue and deep high-gloss black to imitate rear side glass. The body was then laid back down on a custom Art Morrison G-machine chassis that had been powder-coated and outfitted with stainless-steel lines and Wilwood disc brakes. The drivetrain for this sedan delivery is a dyno-tuned LS1 fuel-injected V8 engine backed by a 4L60E automatic overdrive transmission. The rear axle is a Currie 9 Ford with a 3.70 gear ratio and posi-traction. The custom leather interior looks incredible and features power seats power windows tilt steering column with LeCarra wheel Vintage Air and heat custom stereo and all-new Auto Meter gauges. The car also sits on a new set of Forgeline VR3P racing wheels. This show-stopper has just over 2000 miles on it since completion and is ready for the road.

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1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE MALIBU CUSTOM COUPE 1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE MALIBU CUSTOM COUPE

1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE MALIBU CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1242 (Sale Order 13 of 248)

This stunning completely restored Pro-Touring black beauty Chevelle is straight as an arrow. Adjustable height with air ride suspension allow this Chevelle to sit just right on the highly polished 18 and 20 Intros. The engine bay is finished in light silver metallic with a smooth firewall. The frame has been blasted and color-matched to the engine bay. The power plant is an electronic fuel-injected 502ci beast backed up by an automatic transmission. It has all the modern-day comforts with plush leather interior air conditioning power steering and power brakes.

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2011 LOCAL MOTORS RALLY FIGHTER COUPE 2011 LOCAL MOTORS RALLY FIGHTER COUPE

2011 LOCAL MOTORS RALLY FIGHTER COUPE

Lot #1243 (Sale Order 14 of 248)

Looks like a race car rides like a luxury vehicle. This 50-state street-legal off-road desert racer has 531 actual miles. Its equipped with a Chevy E-ROD LS3 engine mated to a 4L80 4-speed automatic transmission. **TITLED AS A 2011 RALLY SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION**

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1956 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE 1956 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1956 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1244 (Sale Order 15 of 248)

This beautiful and rare Caribbean Convertible is one of 276 manufactured. Its finished in Dover White Danube Blue and Roman Copper. In original condition it has 54550 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title). Its powered by a very clean 374ci V8 engine with dual 4-barrel carburetors. With a clean undercarriage it rides on stock wide whitewall tires. All the original features are in operating order its excellent for touring. Luxury features include 4-speed push-button transmission power windows power steering power brakes automatic suspension and power convertible top. The reversible cloth and leather upholstery is in good to very fine condition. It has won many multiple awards over the years. This car has been garaged since purchase with the exception of car shows and Packard tours and lovingly cared for. Original Bill of Sale manual maintenance records included. Single family owner (48 years).

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1985 PONTIAC TRANS AM KAMMBACK CONCEPT 1985 PONTIAC TRANS AM KAMMBACK CONCEPT

1985 PONTIAC TRANS AM KAMMBACK CONCEPT

Lot #1245 (Sale Order 16 of 248)

This is a genuine former General Motors test-platform mule VIN 0000EX4796 equipped with G-code HO V8 with 5-speed manual transmission factory air power steering power brakes power windows power door locks cruise tilt AM/FM stereo cassette glass T-tops and Pontiac T/A mag wheels. It has been extensively shown and promoted at auto shows as well as in magazines. EX4796 was put into service as a Pace Car for the PPG and IMSA Race Series for 1985 with a roof-mount light bar and two-way communications equipment. The Kammback Concept failed to advance after 1985; however this car was stored at GM for 13 years in the Pontiac Engineering Car Collection until a local Detroit-area Pontiac dealer and collector John McMullen was able to acquire it. Experimental cars normally go to the crusher but this one by the good graces of Pontiac escaped and has survived. While in the McMullen Collection this car was professionally restored in meticulous detail right down to the undercarriage white floor pans after which it was sold to the John OQuinn Collection in 2007. The white exterior is graced by Dove Gray leather interior trim and is in outstanding condition as is the engine compartment and undercarriage. The Kammback Concept has been editorialized by Motor Trend magazine with a cover and multi-page spread in June 1977 and August 1985. A 3-ring binder documents this cars history in the McMullen Collection the John OQuinn Collection and Scott Tiemanns Supercar Specialties. Also included is a letter from Pontiac Historical Services (PHS) that further documents this car its story and history. Recent credits include 2015 Concours dElegance of America and the November 2015 Muscle Car and Corvette National Show in Chicago. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE**

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2008 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE CONVERTIBLE 2008 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE CONVERTIBLE

2008 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1246 (Sale Order 17 of 248)

This one-owner V8 Vantage Roadster is finished in Toro Red with Sandstorm interior. It has 11696 actual miles. Powered by a 4.3-liter 380hp V8 engine it features 6-speed sport-shift automatic transmission and limited-slip differential. Its equipped with silver brake calipers cruise control gun-metal fascia bright-finish grille and HID headlights. Interior features include premium audio Bluetooth garage-door opener with auto-dimming mirror memory seats and mirrors power-fold mirrors navigation satellite radio and heated front seats. A California car since new this Aston Martin has known just one prior owner and shows in absolutely exquisite condition throughout having been fastidiously maintained and gently driven 11696 actual miles.

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1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1247 (Sale Order 18 of 248)

This amazing Corvette is painted in Onyx Black with gray coves. A 283ci V8 engine powers this car along with a 4-speed manual transmission. The rack & pinion steering and disc brakes make this car drive great. The interior has been completely updated along with the stereo. The wheels and tires add to the beauty of this one-of-a-kind 57 Corvette.

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1937 FORD CUSTOM COUPE 1937 FORD CUSTOM COUPE

1937 FORD CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1248 (Sale Order 19 of 248)

This sensational 1937 Ford was a no-expense-spared build by Wild Rides of Ontario Canada. Its powered by a 350ci Pro-Built engine with Turbo 400 transmission. It features a custom steel frame air-ride suspension and Ford 9 rear end. Its also equipped with Vintage Air power windows power locks power disc brakes custom sound system MagnaFlow stainless steel exhaust and removable hardtop. It has show-quality paint with full leather interior. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 RECREATION 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 RECREATION

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 RECREATION

Lot #1249 (Sale Order 20 of 248)

A professional frame-off restoration with added LS6 upgrades was just completed in 2016 on this. There are less than 20 miles on the no-expense-spared restoration. The body was rust-free. Originally built in Van Nuys CA and sold new in La Puente CA. All date-code-correct parts were used. Some parts used on the build are original LS6 parts. Correct 1970 4-bolt 454/450hp block M22 4-speed Rock Crusher Muncie transmission and original LS6 CRW 410 12-bolt posi-traction rear end. It also has a 6500 rpm redline tachometer bucket seats console ZL2 cowl-induction hood and original 14 SS Rally wheels with wide-oval tires.

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2007 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 VIN 001 2007 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 VIN 001

2007 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 VIN 001

Lot #1250 (Sale Order 21 of 248)

This stunning Velocity Yellow Z06 Coupe is the first Corvette of its generation to roll out of the Bowling Green KY assembly plant. The first 427ci-powered Corvette since 1969 the 2007 Z06 is a 505hp rocket endowed with the best performance of that time. A fuel-injected small-block V8 engine is still part of the formula but with features such as computer controls and dry-sump oiling. The exhaust note at any speed sounds great. The frame is hydro-formed aluminum with a roll cage and engine cradle formed of magnesium. The suspension is all independent and crafted of aluminum. A total of 20 pistons clamp individual pads against the huge vented power disc brakes plant super-wide Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires to a halt. Highlighted by a leather-wrapped steering wheel and well-bolstered bucket seats the cars ebony interior incorporates power windows locks hatch release and pulldown heads-up display and dual-zone air conditioning. The 2LZ Equipment Group adds power telescopic steering column auto-dimming mirrors heated seats AM/FM/6-CD stereo with XM satellite capability and Bose speakers cargo net and luggage shade memory package compass and home-link garage door transmitter. Pampered since new and showing minimal wear this VIN 001 has only been driven 5795 miles. 6-speed manual transmission.

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1962 AAA RADIATOR-BUDDY TAYLOR SPRINT CAR 1962 AAA RADIATOR-BUDDY TAYLOR SPRINT CAR

1962 AAA RADIATOR-BUDDY TAYLOR SPRINT CAR

Lot #1250.1 (Sale Order 22 of 248)

Albert Layne Buddy Taylor claimed several midget driving titles over the years. In 1953 and 1954 he won the Arizona Midget Owners & Driver Club Championships. In the late 50s 60s and into the early 70s Buddy dominated the Southwest region of Supermodified Racing. He had won 11 New Mexico State Championships including eight consecutive titles and two Arizona state titles. Buddys career spanned 31 years. On September 23 1978 Buddy was involved in an accident where his car flipped violently and unfortunately he passed away on the way to the hospital. It was built in 1962 by Gardena CA fabricator/racer Hank Henry with extensive Southwest racing history. Fully restored to as-new condition with correct vintage racing equipment including Halibrand quick-change rear axle Gordon Schroeder steering box dual-piston rear disc brakes magnesium 16 Halibrand knockoff wheels chromed single-hoop roll bar and hand-formed aluminum body and belly pan with Kurtis-style aluminum nose piece and gorgeous chrome-plated grille insert. An in/out direct drive transmission connects the Hilborn fuel-injected Chevy small-block engine to the period-correct Firestone DeLuxe Champion 8.90-16 grooved racing tires. The fully chrome-plated front suspension features a steel tube axle and Monro-Matic shocks riding on Goodyear 5.50-16 Blue Streak Speedway DT tires. The fully chromed rear suspension employs a transverse torsion bar and Monro-Matic shocks. All sponsor lettering and gold leaf decoration is hand applied rather than modern shortcut vinyl. The vast majority of these open wheel sprint cars were destroyed on the track or parted out to fund the next seasons effort. This pristine restoration has escaped the ravages of the banked oval and is ready for a place of prominence in any museum or collection of fine race cars. Formerly part of the Ron Pratte Collection. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF 1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF

1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF

Lot #1251 (Sale Order 23 of 248)

This Star Chief is a former Goodguys Cruiser Award winner and an MSRA Custom of the Year finalist. It has undergone an absolutely beautiful no-expense-spared frame-off custom build. An LS1 was chosen as the power plant and the block was also painted Magenta. The valve colors were sprayed the same Pearl White as the rest of the car. Everything else has been polished or chromed to show-quality. An electronic 6-speed automatic was mated to the Corvette engine. A Fat Man independent front suspension with power rack & pinion steering make driving this big car much more pleasurable. The rear suspension has adjustable air shocks with the gauge and control panel nicely installed in the center console. Vintage Air distributes the air conditioning and the heat. Power disc brakes were an absolute must during this restoration as well. The interior was recovered and customized with white Ultraleather and magenta embroidered chief logos in the headrests. White Sunset Red Pearl with the Magenta Candy Apple Red is just stunning. The brightwork is in very nice condition as well. The trunk was finished off nicely with leather covered panels and matching carpet. This car is still in show-quality.

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1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE 1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1252 (Sale Order 24 of 248)

Featuring original quarter panels with California Yellow Plates this finned Impala is powered by a rebuilt348ci V8 engine and 700R4 automatic transmission. The stunning two-stage paint was recently color sanded. Its equipped with a power top power steering 4-barrel carburetor front disc brakes power windows upgraded sound system and factory Continental kit. Built in Los Angeles CA this has been well-maintained and kept indoors. It features a clean and detailed undercarriage spinner hubcaps whitewall tires dual rear antennae fender skirts dual exhaust and Viper voice activated alarm system. The stunning houndstooth interior is equipped with seatbelts.

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2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2SS/TRANS AM 2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2SS/TRANS AM

2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2SS/TRANS AM

Lot #1253 (Sale Order 25 of 248)

The first of its kind: An upgraded version of the Bandit Trans Am. From a private collection this Hurst Trans Am was built by the Trans Am Depot and it is serial #001. This car won Top Ten at SEMA in 2012 and features a dyno-tuned 600hp SLP ZL575 supercharged engine with full-length stainless headers and exhaust backed by a 6-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter. A massive amount of fabrication and engineering went into making the working 70s-style T-top and reverse tilting hood with OE-style air intake Shaker scoop. Body modification started with flanged drop fender extenders ground-effect side skirts Trans Am Depot custom front and rear fascia and a three-piece spoiler. The headlights were converted to HID xenon quad lamps and every other exterior light was converted to top-of-the-line LEDs. Being the first of its kind the interior was re-imagined with a carbon-fiber dash door inserts and gauge cluster. In recognition to its heritage the gauges were refaced with70s-style gauges and the seats were reupholstered using two-tone leather and topped with custom anodized billet sill plates and Hurst dash plaque. This custom-built car was lowered using Eibach 1 drop spring kit Eibach anti-sway bars and Ganatelli subframe kit sitting on 20x10 and 20x11 snowflake-designed wheels and Pirelli P-Zero tires. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1964 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MARK III BJ8 CONVERTIBLE 1964 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MARK III BJ8 CONVERTIBLE

1964 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MARK III BJ8 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1254 (Sale Order 26 of 248)

This was purchased in 1964 as a used car with only 200 miles on it. Its had the same owner for 53 years and it has always been garaged and not used in the winter. It has never been wrecked and still has all-original sheet metal. It has a nice body-on restoration that included pulling the engine for rebuild. That included piston rings rod bearings and rebuilt cylinder head. It has a new wiring harness complete new interior in the correct factory Amblia leatherette material. A new walnut dash and correct carpet completes the interior. All the chrome is either very nice original or rechromed. The original door glass is like-new and installed a new windshield in a chromed frame. It rides on new 60-spoke chrome wheels with new tires. It also has a new English Everflex top and boot cover Everflex was the same material used when these cars were new. The wonderful care its received through the years is evident.

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1968 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL CONVERTIBLE 1968 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL CONVERTIBLE

1968 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1255 (Sale Order 27 of 248)

This beautiful and well-maintained survivor 280SL is finished in white with red interior. It features a new convertible top and removable hardtop. Its equipped with new tires suspension and upholstery. The 4-speed transmission has been rebuilt and features a new clutch. A beauty to drive this is a great generation of the SL.

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1954 FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP 1954 FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP

1954 FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUP

Lot #1257 (Sale Order 28 of 248)

Featuring a frame-off restoration and custom build this is powered by a 351ci Cleveland motor with Holley Street Avenger carburetor 2500 stall converter and 3-speed automatic overdrive with Lokar floor shift. It has a narrowed 9 rear with 4.11 gears a boxed and powder-coated frame and Mustang II front suspension with front disc brakes. It also has 4-link with coilovers and adjustable ride height in rear. The rear end has been tubbed to accommodate 20x15 Foose rear wheels and has 20x8 front wheels with Mickey Thompson tires. The black interior features vintage 1954 F-100 steering wheel 8-piece ABS custom interior panels matching black leather bench seat Vintage Air and heat Ididit tilt steering wheel and Dakota Digital dash. Its also equipped with Painless wiring harness power steering and power windows. It has one-piece door glass custom exterior door handles roll pan and smooth tailgate. All the emblems have been shaved. It has forward tilt hood custom engine bay panels and attractive stainless steel and polished accents. Its finished in Ford black metallic paint. **TITLED AS 1954 RECONSTRUCTED**

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE 1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1258 (Sale Order 29 of 248)

In excellent condition this Bel Air is finished in the popular color combination of Gypsy Red and Indian Ivory. The color depth is exceptional with no fading. All moveable parts work great. It has an aftermarket battery and radio. Its powered by a 265/180hp overhead-valve V8engine with 4-barrel carburetor and automatic transmission. It also has power steering power brakes and dual exhaust. Other features include dealer-installed aftermarket fender skirts front and rear bumper guards sill moldings original rubber floor mats tissue dispenser and two exterior mirrors. The tires are in excellent condition. It has upgraded stylish seats with distinctive pleating two-tone design in great condition. The outstanding canvas top has a clear plastic fold-down window. Both the bottom of the car and engine compartment extremely clean.

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2010 DODGE VIPER 2010 DODGE VIPER

2010 DODGE VIPER

Lot #1260 (Sale Order 30 of 248)

This Final Edition Package coupe is #23 of 50 produced. The number plaque is by the shift lever. It has 485 actual miles and has been garage-kept. Its powered by an 8.4-liter 510/600hp V10 engine with 560 ft/lbs of torque 6-speed manual transmission and 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. Its finished in special Graphite paint with black roof and center stripes outlined in red. Interior features include piano-black console with bright stainless-steel screws red painted surrounds on the instrument cluster custom red accent stitching leather-wrapped steering wheel and leather-wrapped shift knob. It rides on Final Edition Group 18x10 and 9x13 Anthracite-painted 6-spoke aluminum wheels. It has Final Edition embroidered floor mats air conditioning power windows and keyless entry. It does 0-60 in less than four seconds with top speed of 202 mph.

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2016 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED 2016 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED

2016 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED

Lot #1261 (Sale Order 31 of 248)

This Custom Jeep Wrangler was on display at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas NV. The vehicle is number one of six Terminator Series Jeeps built by KAO Autostyling for 2016. The Jeep has been modified by the best company in the business. KAO Autostyling uses only the best-quality parts and accessories when modifying their custom builds. This Jeep has outdone any of the previous builds and won Hottest SUV and Best Wheel and Tire Package with its one-of- a- kind set of Forgiato 24x14 forged aluminum wheels and 40 Toyo Mud Terrain tires. The set of wheels and tires alone cost over $22000. The team at KAO were given an unlimited budget when building this first 2016 Terminator and they were not shy with the checkbook. This Jeep has a heavy-duty Hard Rock series lighted front bumper from Iron Cross automotive with a top-of-the-line 10000-lb winch system from Rugged Ridge. The rear bumper is also a made-in-America Iron Cross heavy-duty series with a swing-away tire carrier that is built to carry the huge 24 wheel and 40 tire. It features both factory doors and custom cage doors with gun holsters and ammo bags Rugged Ridge flat panel fenders a 7 ... BDS suspension lift Fox Racing gas shocks on all four corners and Fox dual-gas shock steering stabilizer. A brand-new custom design Hell Cat-style Jeep hood that is custom-coated with Kevlar body armor as are the fenders and flares. The Jeep also features KAO Autostylings Terminator-series headlights LED taillights and over $10000 in Lazerstar high-output LED lighting. It has an X Metal Torch Series LED custom grille Borla performance cat-back exhaust system upgraded to 5:13 gears from G2 off-road with G2 aluminum front and rear differential covers aluminum inner fenders from DV8. It features a full-body retractable cage system with top-mount safari basket custom two-tone leather interior. Hyper-Tech power programmer for better on- and off-road drivability and a whole lot more. Factory hardtop is included. Under 200 actual miles. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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2004 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT 2004 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT

2004 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT

Lot #1262 (Sale Order 32 of 248)

Absolutely drop-dead gorgeous 2004 Bentley Continental GT that is in excellent condition. This is a beautiful example of a well-cared-for car. This car features a very desirable and beautiful color combination of Diamond Black Pearl over a beautiful Ivory leather interior with its upgraded Mulliner wheels. This Bentley is very well-optioned and is hands-down a great looking Continental GT with its rich color combination and intense performance. A terrifically well-appointed vehicle some of the factory-exclusive options include heated seats parking sensors navigation premium sound full leather rear bucket seats with full-length wood console and upgraded wood package. It had an original MSRP of over $220000. Powered by a twin turbo W12 engine it makes a very respectable 552hp and has automatic transmission. Recently serviced. It comes with books and a clean CARFAX. 35000 actual miles. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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2007 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GTC CONVERTIBLE 2007 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GTC CONVERTIBLE

2007 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GTC CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1263 (Sale Order 33 of 248)

Beautiful triple-black Continental GTC. Just over 40400 original miles. Clean CARFAX. Runs and drives excellent. Original cost just over $200000. Automatic transmission.

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2004 MAYBACH 57 SEDAN 2004 MAYBACH 57 SEDAN

2004 MAYBACH 57 SEDAN

Lot #1264 (Sale Order 34 of 248)

With an original MSRP in excess of $300000 this was designed to compete with the worlds most luxurious cars. As one of the most expensive production cars of its time this vehicle is a true work of art. Riding on custom rims and tires this car has been recently detailed and serviced. Automatic transmission. Clean CARFAX.

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1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR

Lot #1265 (Sale Order 35 of 248)

A true frame-off rotisserie restored Bel Air every nut and bolt was removed and replaced. The body was stripped to bare metal and refinished in the highest quality PPG Pewter Pearl with several coats of high-end clear coat. The frame has been custom modified and also stripped and then powder-coated. The front suspension custom-built with tubular A-arms drop spindles power rack & pinion steering and a full independent Corvette rear suspension with adjustable shocks. The engine is a built LS1 with COMP cam ported and polished heads custom headers and a stainless custom exhaust. It has wheel disc brakes aluminum radiator and a full dressed motor with all-billet accessories. It has a brand-new interior including seats carpet door panels and headliner. Other features include Dakota dash and billet tilt column. The wheels were custom-built for the car by Forgiato wheels and look amazing. It has all-new chrome and stainless trim.

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1957 CHEVROLET CAMEO PICKUP 1957 CHEVROLET CAMEO PICKUP

1957 CHEVROLET CAMEO PICKUP

Lot #1266 (Sale Order 36 of 248)

This is a complete nut-and-bolt photo-documented rotisserie restored Cameo Pickup. This V-code Cameo features 1970s California pink slip. An everything restoration was just finished in 2016. It was stripped to the bare frame and everything is new from the frame up including: all-new brakes wheel cylinders and brake lines new gas lines and new wiring harness. It has all-new chrome glass window seals gaskets all new engine components and a rebuilt Turbo 350 automatic transmission. The engine got new gaskets and seals with all-new components the radiator was flushed and sealed. It features dual 4-barrel intake batwing air cleaner and heater delete. Inside the cab it has a new instrument cluster new retro working AM/FM radio new working dome light assembly all-new Cameo interior with Daytona weave carpeting all-new glass seals and gaskets. The outside features new chrome hood rockets Cameo trim rings and new center caps all-new chrome taillight assemblies new chrome grille new hood ornament and new fender emblems. The fit and finish is show-quality and the paint has been color sanded and buffed to perfection. This Cameo has been driven less than 50 miles for testing and tweaking.

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1937 PONTIAC WOODY WAGON 1937 PONTIAC WOODY WAGON

1937 PONTIAC WOODY WAGON

Lot #1267 (Sale Order 37 of 248)

This rare car has spent its entire life cared for and pampered by two long-term owners the last of which owned the car since the late 70s. It was stored and maintained in San Louis Obispo CA. The previous owner was a charter member of the National Woody Club. He had the car on the California Coast through the last 30 years for meets shows and cruises until the purchase from his estate. The people that were life-long friends of his said this car was his baby. The car has spent its life in his garage being cared for. Features include excellent original wood and outstanding wood interior. It is a Hercules-bodied car. The original dash is in excellent condition as well as all the original glass. The body has just been restored and it has excellent fit-and-finish. The car has just been tuned fresh oil change brakes checked and is sitting on four new wide whitewall tires.

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2008 FORD SHELBY GT500 KR 2008 FORD SHELBY GT500 KR

2008 FORD SHELBY GT500 KR

Lot #1268 (Sale Order 38 of 248)

This one-of-a-kind 2008 Ford Shelby GT500KR is the only King of the Road to feature silver paint with black stripes and is certified as one of one. Its number two of 1000 KRs built in 2008. Its powered by a supercharged 5.4-liter engine with 540hp and 6-speed manual transmission. Shelby GT500KR production began in Las Vegas on January 11 2008 on Carroll Shelbys 85th birthday. Being sold by the second owner this was originally a Ford executive car. It has less than 450 miles. The instrument panel was signed by Carroll Shelby at Shelby Automobiles in Las Vegas prior to shipment to Dearborn. From the Mauzy Family Collection.

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1937 CHEVROLET CUSTOM COUPE 1937 CHEVROLET CUSTOM COUPE

1937 CHEVROLET CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1269 (Sale Order 39 of 248)

This stunning Chevy street rod features a Performance Built 454ci V8 engine fueled by a Holley double-pumper carb and Weiand intake under the hood. The over-the-top custom interior is all-leather and wraps around a painted roll cage. Underneath is a painted subframe and A-arms with front and rear air suspension as well as disc brakes. Inside there is an AM/FM stereo leather steering wheel with painted column along with a full array of Auto Meter gauges. Automatic transmission. Only 650 miles since the completion of the build.

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1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1270 (Sale Order 40 of 248)

This Pro-Touring is finished in triple black by Restore a Muscle Car. Its powered by a Mast Motorsports 6.2-liter fuel-injected engine with 600hp and 4L60E automatic overdrive transmission and 4-wheel disc brakes. Its also equipped with coilovers and mini-tubbed with 4-link RideTech suspension. It has a soft convertible top with glass back window. Interior features include custom-made billet steering wheel full-custom leather and leather door panels and sound system with amp. It also has center caps and miscellaneous interior components. With a frame-off restoration it has staggered custom one-off billet wheels wrapped in BFGoodyear Performance KDW2 tires. Its also equipped with all-new wiring harness bumper-to-bumper and custom billet Pontiac valve covers.

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1271 (Sale Order 41 of 248)

This is a triple-black Chevelle per the Trim Tag. It is rare stripe delete per the Cowl Tag. It has a power convertible top. An original Chevelle V8 convertible it was upgraded to Super Sport LS6 specs. The Trim Tag is original to this vehicle. Tuxedo Black was a very rare color. Its equipped with bucket seats power top center console performance suspension and J52 power brakes. This Chevelle is powered by an LS6 450hp Turbo-Jet 454ci V8 engine mated to M22 heavy-duty 4-speed transmission.

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1959 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1959 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1959 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1271.1 (Sale Order 42 of 248)

This is an absolutely no-expense-spared build. PPG Street Nationals award winner. With this Resto-Mod 1959 Downs-body Corvette the goal was to maintain the Corvettes Reubenesque contours while sweeping them clean of any interruption details. It rides on Billet Specialties rail wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagles behind which are brightly finished Corvette C4 brakes with slotted and cross-drilled rotors. The smoothed engine compartment is home to an LS1 Corvette small-block V8 engine pushing north of 400hp backed by a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission driving a Billet Specialties serpentine belt accessory drive system. The car is built on a full-custom tube chassis using C4 independent front suspension and a 9 Ford rear end with coilover shocks providing the dampening. The custom interior showcases the skilled workmanship and creative design of Dave Schober who matched the smoothed and painted surfaces with hand-stitched white upholstery on the door panels seats kick panels and shifter boot. The diamond-tufted seat and door inserts are a trick extra touch. A custom console with Hurst shifter Auto Meter classic gauges Vintage Air and billet controls round out the interior appointments. Everything about this car is custom. 2014 Detroit Autorama Best in Show winner.

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1989 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 1989 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1

1989 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1

Lot #1272 (Sale Order 43 of 248)

VIN 78 of 83 produced. When bought by current owner he received an MSO from GM and the car now has an Ohio title and a copy of the GM MSO comes with the car. The car is completely stock and extremely rare. It was sold out of the GM Heritage Collection during their bankruptcy in 2008. THIS IS A HISTORICAL VEHICLE. NEITHER GM NOR BARRETT-JACKSON MAKE ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND EXPRESS OR IMPLIED CONCERNING THE VEHICLE INCLUDING NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BUYER WILL TAKE POSSESSION OF THIS VEHICLE AS-IS. THIS VEHICLE HAS BEEN USED PRIMARILY FOR STATIC DISPLAY AND BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT THE VEHICLE COMPLIES WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS PRIOR TO ANY USE OF VEHICLE ON PUBLIC ROADS.

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1956 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE 1956 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE

1956 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1273 (Sale Order 44 of 248)

This is the recipient of a recently completed ground-up restoration with attention to detail. A rare top-of-the-line Startfire convertible it is finished in black/coral with correct full leather black/white interior. It also has a black cloth top with correct top boot. All the mechanicals were rebuilt as were the gauges. Other features include correct carpet and truck liner proper 98 spinner caps and automatic transmission.

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2011 ASTON MARTIN RAPIDE 2011 ASTON MARTIN RAPIDE

2011 ASTON MARTIN RAPIDE

Lot #1274 (Sale Order 45 of 248)

The Aston Martin Rapide is a world-class luxury sedan. This fine example is finished in Morning Frost White with a luxurious Bitter Chocolate leather interior accentuated by Cream Truffle contrasting stitching. A hand-built all-alloy 6.0-liter V12 engine lies under the bonnet. It develops 470hp backed by a 6-speed Sportshift Touchtronic II transmission with manual shift. The original MSRP was well north of $220000. Factory options consist of alarm upgrade silver brake calipers walnut fascia and door inserts first aid kit rear seat entertainment heated and ventilated seats and 20-spoke wheels. The engines throaty growl with a 0-60 time of around five seconds and the cars suspension tuning provides a nice blend of sports-car handling and luxury sedan comfort. This Rapide has journeyed 29490 actual miles and has been a California car from new. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1930 BUICK SERIES 60 SPORT ROADSTER 1930 BUICK SERIES 60 SPORT ROADSTER

1930 BUICK SERIES 60 SPORT ROADSTER

Lot #1275.1 (Sale Order 46 of 248)

In 1930 the 60 Series was top-of-the-line. The Sport Roadster was a late introduction on January 1 1930. This is a very rare and desirable car with only 2006 produced in a large 132 wheelbase. The condition of this car is a combination of restoration and very good original. Exterior paint is show-quality Premier Green with tan fenders and red wheels. The driveline on 60 Series Buicks had a big 6-cylinder motor with 331.4/ 99hp and a 3-speed sliding-gear transmission. This car is loaded with early 1930s features like a rumble seat luggage rack travel trunk golf club door wire wheels grille stone guard radiator mascot cowl lights locking storage compartment in drivers door with toolkit wind wings and touring lights that turn simultaneously with the steering. The interior of the passenger compartment and rumble seat are finished in rich brown leather with a machine-turned directly and indirectly lighted instrument panel.

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1954 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE 1954 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE

1954 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1276 (Sale Order 47 of 248)

The last of the exclusive Skylarks this is one of only 836 built. Its powered by a 200bhp 322 ci OHV V8 engine with 2-speed Dynaflow automatic transmission. It features independent coil-spring front suspension live rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs and 4-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. A well-presented high-quality older restoration this is finished in Carlsbad Black with a full red interior including correct waffled leather upholstery and a black vinyl top. The exterior finish is in good condition overall and the paint retains a deep rich shine. The body underneath is straight and all panels fit properly. The car is equipped with power steering brakes and windows. It also has an AM radio and the standard Kelsey Hayes wire wheels shod in radial whitewall tires for improved drivability. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1949 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE 1949 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

1949 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1277 (Sale Order 48 of 248)

Equipped with a 160bhp 331ci OHV V8 engine and Hydramatic automatic transmission this Cadillac also features independent front suspension leaf-spring rear suspension and 4-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. The 1949 Cadillac was Motor Trends 1949 Car of the Year. This one is well-restored and equipped with numerous accessories. It was a solid original car with wonderful flat undamaged panels when it received a body-on restoration retaining many well-kept original parts. This beautiful automobile remains in superb condition with very good black paint and brightwork complemented by a dark maroon leather interior and a black cloth top with burgundy piping which is hidden when folded by a matching fabric boot. In addition to such features as a Hydramatic transmission power windows and a push-button radio it features wide whitewall tires chrome sombrero-style wheel discs and dual fog lights with amber lenses. Only lightly worn throughout by gentle use it remains a beautiful example of an important post-war Cadillac. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1929 STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT 1929 STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT

1929 STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT

Lot #1278 (Sale Order 49 of 248)

This has had a beautiful complete restoration. This FH President is equipped with an L-head Straight-8 engine with 115hp and manual 3-speed transmission. The original list price on this 125-wheelbase car was $1795. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE 1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1279 (Sale Order 50 of 248)

This has been the recipient of a full rotisserie restoration. Features include a 409/409hp engine dual 4-barrel carburetors T10 4-speed manual transmission and 3.70 posi-traction rear end. It also has a Sun tachometer with EB-9A unit AC Delco AM radio power convertible top and dual rear antennae. Other features include rear bumper guards NOS spinner hubcaps and correct whitewall tires. Its refinished in the original Roman Red color with correct red bucket-seat interior. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE 1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1280 (Sale Order 51 of 248)

Finished in Matador Red this is the recipient of an older frame-off restoration. Its powered by a 283/283hp fuel-injected V8 with 3-speed manual transmission. Other features include power top radio and heater delete. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1958 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER 1958 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER

1958 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER

Lot #1281 (Sale Order 52 of 248)

This has undergone a frame-off restoration. The underbody and structural work was completed in the late 1990s. The paint top interior and final assembly was completed in 2009-10 bringing the car to its current state. It is finished in black with red leather interior and charcoal German square-weave carpet. The convertible top is black German canvas and a hardtop is included with the sale. It is the early small-window-type hardtop correct for this car. Items replaced during restoration include new wiring throughout the car rubber trunk mat set rubber seals throughout the car fuel tank brakes front and rear rebuilt power brake booster reconditioned radiator new exhaust system most chrome was replaced or refinished shocks tie rods dampers sealed beam headlights turn-signal lenses and new Mikuni carburetors replaced the original Solex units. Original optional equipment on the car includes a rear transverse seat VDO manual clock on glove box face fog lights and Becker Europa radio. The radio was serviced during the restoration and works. It also has a black steering wheel in the same style as the original wheel which was ivory-colored. Similarly a round black shift knob replaces the original oblong ivory-colored one. It has chrome/Lucite sun visors. Its powered by a 4-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD F CONVERTIBLE 1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD F CONVERTIBLE

1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD F CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1282 (Sale Order 53 of 248)

This high-quality supercharged F-Bird features an older restoration. It has a black exterior with red interior that includes Town & Country radio. Other features include chrome wire wheels automatic transmission power steering and power brakes. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER 1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER

1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 190SL ROADSTER

Lot #1283 (Sale Order 54 of 248)

Dressed in Jet Black over Parchment leather this 190SL features wide whitewall tires as well as new paint leather door panels dash and carpet. All chrome and trim has been replated or replaced along with rubbers and weatherstripping. It has a detailed engine bay and an original-style primered fuel pump. All gauges have been rebuilt with new bezels installed. The paint is in excellent condition and it is apparent that this car was garaged and meticulously maintained. The interior is excellent and equipped with all the right options. Manual transmission. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

Lot #1284 (Sale Order 55 of 248)

This is powered by an original V-code 440/390hp Six Pack V8 with a pistol-grip 4-speed manual transmission Dana 60 rear end with A33 Track-Pack and original Fender Tag. Its complete with power steering power front disc brakes full gauges with Tic-Toc-Tach radio and tinted glass. Professionally restored. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1947 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE 1947 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE

1947 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1285 (Sale Order 56 of 248)

This rare Sportsman Super Deluxe convertible is powered by a 239ci V8 and 3-speed transmission. Well-equipped it features a very desirable factory color combination. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE 1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1286 (Sale Order 57 of 248)

All the mechanics on this Packard are rebuilt or new including motor transmission starter generator and all hydraulics. It has had a total suspension rebuild with new brakes and tires. All the chrome and stainless have been redone. The original wheels were respoked with stainless. Powered by an 8-cylinder engine with 3-speed automatic transmission. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1946 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE 1946 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE

1946 FORD SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1287 (Sale Order 58 of 248)

This restored car features the original steel and wood which has also been restored. The brown interior complements the beige paint and both play well off the colors of the wood. Wide whitewall tires wrap body-color steel wheels and the chrome hubcaps and trim rings help dress the look nicely. A 351ci V8 Ford engine with automatic transmission provides plenty of power while an independent front end power steering and power disc brakes aid the cars overall maneuverability. Inside passengers enjoy air conditioning power windows and a hidden sound system. From the Charlie Thomas Collection.

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1955 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE 1955 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE

1955 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1288 (Sale Order 59 of 248)

This is equipped with all of the luxury features found on the 55 Eldorado convertibles including 331/270hp dual-quad 8-cylinder engine automatic transmission all-leather interior power windows and top fiberglass boot Autronic Eye and exceptional Saber wheels. The yellow exterior black convertible top and black-and-yellow interior are all in excellent condition. From the Charlie Thomas Collection. **TITLED BY ENGINE NUMBER**

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1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1288.1 (Sale Order 60 of 248)

This 1964 Corvette Stingray has been treated to a fully modernized drivetrain turning this Tuxedo Black drop-top into a reliable daily driver with outstanding performance capabilities. Underneath the black and blue Stinger hood is the soul of the Corvette an all-new GM LS2 aluminum engine that boasts over 400 ground-shaking horsepower shifted through a late-model Tremec 5-speed manual transmission and hydraulic clutch assembly. The highly detailed engine bay is well-equipped with an aluminum radiator electric fan high-power Optima battery and a custom cold-air induction. A high-performance CAD designed Street Shop chassis lies under the sleek bodywork and incorporates C4 Corvette suspension geometry and components. This frame features aluminum-bodied coilover shock absorbers power rack & pinion steering and a host of CNC-cut components. The Corvette rolls on Billet Specialties 18 and 19 wheels shod in Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires with the proven late-model OEM power 4-wheel disc brake system straight off the C4 Corvette with cross-drilled and slotted rotors. Inside the cabin is an all-new interior featuring custom bolstered performance power seats in matching blue vinyl upholstery. Power windows AM/FM radio and wood-grain steering wheel round out the interior features. This modern Corvette is an all-around performer featuring style performance comfort and reliability all-in-one package.

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO CUSTOM COUPE 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO CUSTOM COUPE

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1288.2 (Sale Order 61 of 248)

This 1969 Camaro has been fully modernized to the maximum with the best component parts available on the market resulting in a rolling masterpiece capable of unparalleled performance. The sleek silver body is laser-straight and incorporates many innovative features such as custom front and rear valance panels carbon-fiber spoilers LED headlights and billet exterior assemblies just to name a few. Under the hood is a gorilla of a supercharged LS9 V8 producing 676hp shifted by a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission and Ram LS9 clutch package. Top-quality accessories like stainless-steel headers GM Performance drive kit race-spec oil tank and heat exchanger complement the power plant. The chassis is built to perform with the best-of-the-best including a full Detroit Speed and Engineering suspension system Moser rear axle and complete Corvette ZR1 braking package. All this awesomeness rolls on a set of Forgeline custom wheels mounted on Nitto performance tires. Inside the Camaro the customization continues with a full race-spec roll cage carbon-fiber panels Vintage air conditioning A-post close-outs adjustable billet shifter SPEK gauges and a host of other top-quality accessories surrounded in leather and carbon-fiber.

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2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1

2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1

Lot #1288.3 (Sale Order 62 of 248)

Right out of Rick Hendricks Heritage Collection this 2009 Corvette ZR1 has barely been over 1500 actual miles since new. Custom-ordered by Rick Hendrick for Dale Earnhardt Jr. this Corvette was used as a demonstrator by the NASCAR driver and sports his signature on the car as well as that of his Hall of Fame car owner. Produced in limited numbers this supercar is one of 368 finished in Classic Black and the 23rd ZR1 built for 2009. The Corvette ZR1 is propelled by the famed LS9 supercharged V8 engine which produces a whopping 638 horsepower and is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The advanced suspension includes active handling traction control system and magnetic-select ride control to keep this rocket aimed. All of this velocity is brought to a halt courtesy of the cross-drilled Brembo carbon-fiber ceramic 4-wheel disc braking system. As for options this ZR1 is completely loaded from the chrome aluminum wheels carbon-fiber roof panel to the 3ZR option group which outfits the car with leather-wrapped dash and door panels heated power seats navigation and many other class-leading technologies that help this Corvette leave the rest of the supercar world wishing they were born a ZR1. Included with the car is a treasure chest of documentation including the original Window Sticker and Build Sheet.

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1968 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 1968 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390

1968 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390

Lot #1288.4 (Sale Order 63 of 248)

This Corvette has been meticulously preserved its entire life clocking only 620 original miles since new and is in terrific survivor condition (mileage not indicated on the title). Featuring its original 427ci V8 this matching-numbers Corvette powers down the road compliments of 390hp the original Muncie M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission and original 3.36 rear end. Purchased from the estate of the original owner in 2013 the car retains its original Silverstone Silver paint Dark Blue interior and brightwork. The condition quality of the Corvette is extraordinary and all mechanicals are fully operational. The option list includes tinted glass shoulder belts posi-traction axle bright metal wheel covers and AM/FM push-button radio. Complete with many of the must-haves that make it collectible: original motor original transmission original rear end original VIN plate original Trim Tag unhit body original interior and original paint. This Corvette has been cared for cherished and never abused. Included with the Corvette is the original installment contract original Protect-O-Plate original owners manual partial Tank Sticker and a copy of the original title.

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1958 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE FUEL-INJECTED HARDTOP 1958 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE FUEL-INJECTED HARDTOP

1958 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE FUEL-INJECTED HARDTOP

Lot #1289.1 (Sale Order 64 of 248)

While many performance enthusiasts dismissed Pontiac as nothing more than a maker of reliable but mundane family cars during the mid-1950s this staid image was irrevocably shattered when Semon Bunkie Knudsen assumed leadership to become the youngest General Manager of a GM Division in July 1956. Developed as a traffic-generator for Pontiac dealers the 1957 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible was named after Pontiacs mid-1950s show cars and in commemoration of a record-breaking Pontiac speed effort at Utahs famed Bonneville Salt Flats. When released for sale it was the rarest Pontiac model built at the time with production limited to 630 units or one per Pontiac dealer. Announced on December 2 1956 and unveiled to the public on January 11 1957 the Bonneville Convertible carried a lofty base price of $5782 and came only one way - fully loaded. Air conditioning and an externally mounted spare tire were the only options available. Published reports estimated the output of its fuel-injected engine at 315 bhp and despite considerable size and weight the Bonneville was a strong performer. A success from the start the original Bonneville gave rise to a two-model series in 1958 with a new Sport Coupe joining the Convertible. Extremely rare this sympathetically restored example is offered from the Gordon Apker Collection. Retaining the original Copper and White two-tone interior and possibly a repainted exterior in Copper it is accented by good chrome full hubcaps and whitewalls. Highly equipped features and options include a Wonder Bar radio power antenna power brakes power steering and 4-speed Hydramatic automatic transmission. It has 88183 original miles. An optional flip-down sun visor is installed as well. A true American automotive icon from the 1950s this fuel-injected 1958 Bonneville is historically significant as the first of many high-performance models produced during the following decades by Pontiac.

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1957 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE 1957 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE

1957 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1289.2 (Sale Order 65 of 248)

By the late 1940s American automobile buyers progressed from seeking basic economical transportation and began demanding more comfort power and style than ever before. Oldsmobile was one of the first automobile manufacturers to answer the call. Under Oldsmobile chief stylist Art Ross many design elements from the 98-based Fiesta and Starfire GM Motorama dream cars soon graced all of Oldsmobiles production models conferring a fresh and glamorous aura over them. Engineering long an Oldsmobile-Division strength took a quantum leap forward with the release of its all-new 303ci Rocket V8 engine. A totally modern compact and powerful overhead-valve design the Rocket instantly became an American performance legend. It also influenced the eras popular culture as the automotive inspiration for Ike Turner and his Rhythm Kings massive 1951 hit song Rocket 88. The Rocket was continuously updated and improved over the years growing in displacement and power output and just prior to the infamous AMA (American Manufacturers Association) ban on motor racing of 1957 Oldsmobile was a high-ranking NASCAR contender known as GMs top engineering division. Highly collectible as one of the Golden Rocket Oldsmobiles built for 1957 in commemoration of GMs landmark 50th Anniversary this very special 1957 Oldsmobile 98 convertible is offered from the personal collection of Gordon Apker and fully restored from the ground up with excellent black livery over a two-tone red-and-white interior. 75143 original miles (title reads mileage exempt). Completed in 2015 the Oldsmobile earned a Third in Class Podium Award at the 2016 Arizona Concours dElegance. Powered by the famed 371ci J-2 V8 engine with Tri-Power induction it is very well equipped with an automatic transmission and desirable features and options including a black power top power-operated antenna brakes and steering Wonder Bar radio air conditioning power windows a power front bench seat and full bright hubcaps.

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1940 FORD CODDINGTON CUSTOM 1940 FORD CODDINGTON CUSTOM

1940 FORD CODDINGTON CUSTOM

Lot #1290 (Sale Order 66 of 248)

The sister to Boyd Coddingtons iconic 40 Ford Coupe this is the one-of-a-kind Club Coupe he was building at the time of his death. This car was finished by Hot Rod Investments of Arizona in conjunction with Boyds wife Jo and his sons Boyd Jr. and Chris. The restoration finish was exactly like Boyd had designed. This final build took in to consideration all of Boyds experience creativity and the Boyd look. It is an absolute piece of timeless art starting with a hand-formed aluminum single-piece removable hardtop created by the legendary Marcel Delay and Sons. It has numerous body modifications including a custom-boxed chassis Heidts double A-arm chrome IFS with chrome coilovers Corvette-based IRS with quad-chrome coilovers power rack & pinion steering aluminum fuel cell and chrome disc brakes. Additional body modifications included new floor pan new firewall shaved handles lowered windshield and frenched headlights. The power comes from an LS1 producing 430hp a LS1 cathedral-port intake manifold a 4L60E A/T 102mm throttle body and ceramic-coated headers. The engine bay is finished with a Griffin dual-fan aluminum radiator polished aluminum serpentine system and all-chromed components. The interior includes all-leather upholstery including an embroidered Boyd signature on the back wall of the trunk and on the side door panels custom dash Dakota Digital instruments tilt column Alpine Bluetooth receiver and USB/satellite-ready. The ride is comforted with Gen II Vintage Air Mercedes-Benz carpeting LED courtesy lights power windows and remote-operated doors. Finishes include legendary Boyd Black cromax chroma base paint system and the famous original Boyd Coddington 17 billet wheels complete with Boyd signature center caps each of which are no longer produced. Also included is the original Boyd Coddington rendering of the car prior to the build and a Boyd Coddington Certification of Authenticity. It has less than 100 break-in miles.

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1965 CHEVROLET C-10 CUSTOM PICKUP 1965 CHEVROLET C-10 CUSTOM PICKUP

1965 CHEVROLET C-10 CUSTOM PICKUP

Lot #1290.1 (Sale Order 67 of 248)

This truck goes as good if not better than it looks. Mike Dillon General Manager of Richard Childress Racing doesnt believe in show but no go and for this reason he dropped off a rusted old 65 Chevy C10 to Jim Smith of Street Customs and Restorations in Mooresville NC. Jim was recruited to make the Chevy streetable with a stance that looked good supporting 20/22 wheels add a little more power and it could only be one color: black. Arriving in one piece the 65 Chevy was stripped down chassis pulled from the cab and the body set aside. A test fitment was done with the Jim Myers Racing chassis. In between the frame rails lies a GM Performance Parts Ram Jet 502ci engine with 502hp and 565 ft/lbs of torque mated to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. Dressing up the Ram Jet are Billet Specialties pulleys Street and Performance chromed intake and one-off air intake with dual filters. Street and Performance block-hugger headers and an MSD ignition give the big-block even more power. Huge Brembo brakes with 6-piston calipers were bolted onto each corner to slow the truck from speed and look impressive behind each custom Foose Nitrous Legend wheel. Rimz One also in Mooresville supplied the 20 and 22 wheels and wrapped them in BFGoodrich G-Force T/A KDW tires. Even in primer the C10 was looking the part of a track-day warrior but a little show never hurt anyone and Jim and the Street Customs team switched their focus to the body.

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1961 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1961 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1961 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1291 (Sale Order 68 of 248)

This gorgeous custom Corvette has undergone a full rotisserie restoration. Its powered by an LS1 Corvette engine coupled to a new T56 Magnum Tremec 6-speed manual transmission with a new GM plug-and-play factory wiring harness and factory-programmed computer. Frame modifications include a Jim Meyers Racing independent front suspension an aluminum 4-bar rear suspension power rack & pinion steering and coilover shocks on all four corners. The Corvette has Wilwood slotted and drilled power disc brakes and the exhaust is a custom 3 four-tailpipe setup with Flowmaster mufflers. The all-new red Ultraleather interior is finished with a Dakota Digital VHX instrument cluster microfiber carpeting and a Monsoon custom sound system with rear-mounted subwoofer. The car was professionally built with outstanding body lines and seams after being completely stripped with glass beads. PPG paint was used followed by four coats of clear sanded from 800 to 5000 grit and then polished to give the resulting ultra-sheer finish. This is a gorgeous car with just the right combination of the classic 1961 Corvette and custom upgrades to make it ride and drive like a new Corvette. Attention to detail played a vital role including concealment of all the engine bay wiring during the engine bay restoration the addition of a new fuel tank in the spare tire well refinishing all the stainless and chrome components to further enhance the cars exterior brilliance and luster and the addition of 17 American Racing aluminum rims that further balances the cars form and beauty.

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390

Lot #1291.1 (Sale Order 69 of 248)

This matching-numbers 1967 Chevrolet Corvette has won Bloomington Gold Certification and three NCRS Top Flight Awards. Its exclusivity can be found in part in its highly unusual color combination: only 815 of the 22940 Corvettes produced in 1967 bore this cars code 900AA Tuxedo Black paint and even fewer matched that with its code 455AC white on black interior finish. Both remain in fantastic as-new condition and are beneficiaries of a comprehensive frame-off restoration performed without regard for expense. The sharply sculpted hood bulge and white stinger decorating this stunning showpiece denote the presence of the big-block V8 engine hidden within in this case the L36 version employing a single Holley 4-barrel carburetor on a cast-iron intake manifold 10.25:1 compression and a hydraulic-lifter camshaft. They are mated to a 4-speed manual transmission backed by a posi-traction rear end its factory rating of 390hp and 460 ft/lbs of torque were somewhat misleading as those figures were reached at 5400 rpm and 3600 rpm respectively well below the indicated 6000 rpm redline. Previously part of a prominent Corvette collection this 1967 big-block coupe is equipped with power steering and brakes Soft Ray tinted glass an AM/FM radio and 3-piece Rally wheels. It remains in splendid condition throughout. The Tuxedo Black paint chrome and brightwork on the original no-hit body are polished to a gleaming finish the interior presents as showroom-fresh complete with the factory AM/FM radio instruction tag and the engine compartment and undercarriage are immaculate and thoroughly detailed to Bloomington Gold and NCRS award winning standards. Offered with the original Tank Sticker and Protect-O-Plate it comes with documented owner history with copies of titles an NCRS Shipping Data Report and all awards judging sheets and ribbons the complete package.

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1972 OLDSMOBILE HURST PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE 1972 OLDSMOBILE HURST PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE

1972 OLDSMOBILE HURST PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1292 (Sale Order 70 of 248)

As one of the 54 Indy 500 Pace Car Convertibles built and used as a Festival 500 Parade Car at the track to pace the Indy 500 race in 1972 this vehicle is one of the lowest-production Oldsmobiles ever built. This particular vehicle was car #11 driven by the 500 Festival Committee Director Robert Kiley Jr. Fewer than 50 of the 130 convertible pace cars built are still known to exist. The W45 on the Cowl Tag as well as the 03B build date (second week of March) indicates that this is in fact one of the 54 cars used at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the parade and display purposes before the 1972 race. The odometer showing 32265 miles (mileage not indicated on the title) is known to be original as the car was in storage since 1974 before being fully restored and preserved to the original factory specifications. This vehicle has accumulated less than 700 test miles since its complete restoration/preservation. This very fine example still retains all of its original sheet metal as well as all the original interior components including the iconic Hurst dual-gate shifter and Rally sport steering wheel. Its also equipped with power windows power seat Rally Pack gauges Tic-Toc-Tach and factory interior hood lock. It also retains the very rare Oldsmobile exterior thermometer as well as the exclusive Indy 500 dash plaque. It is also equipped with factory air conditioning which appeared on fewer than half of the original run of Hurst/Olds coupes and convertibles. These cars were rated at 270hp for insurance reasons only as the horsepower rating was changed from engine horsepower to rear wheel horsepower in 1972. It comes from a large collection of ultra-rare Oldsmobiles as well as the largest collection of Hurst vehicles in the country. This car was also used to create the models for Revell as well as the 1/18th scale Acme die-cast models featuring the legendary Linda Vaughn Miss Hurst Golden Shifter. Automatic transmission.

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1970 BUICK GRAN SPORT STAGE 1 CONVERTIBLE 1970 BUICK GRAN SPORT STAGE 1 CONVERTIBLE

1970 BUICK GRAN SPORT STAGE 1 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1293 (Sale Order 71 of 248)

This is powered by a 455/360hp V8 engine with 510 ft/lbs of torque and Turbo 400 Hydromatic transmission. It has low-restriction dual exhaust performance axle with posi-traction special ornamentation and heavy-duty radiator. Interior features include a full-length console with bucket seats Cruise Master tilt steering wheel AM/FM with 8-track air conditioning remote-control outside rearview mirrors and speed alert. Its also equipped with front power disc brakes power steering and door guards. It rides on super-wide oval white billboard-lettered tires over chrome-plated wheels. Other features include Soft Ray tinted glass convenience group and instrument group. It has a Protect-O-Plate Build Sheet and documentation from 1970 to 2010.

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1970 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR III CONVERTIBLE 1970 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR III CONVERTIBLE

1970 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR III CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1293.1 (Sale Order 72 of 248)

This Judge is one of only 162 produced. It came equipped with the original born-with Ram Air III engine and 4-speed manual transmission. This car has been in a private collection for the last 17 years. Built on November 5 1969 at the Baltimore Assembly Plant in Baltimore MD after completion it was shipped to King Pontiac Inc. in Gaithersburg MD for delivery to the first registered owner. The current owner commissioned this Judge convertible to have a no-expense-spared frame-off restoration in 2007. Since completion it has been on display at the Floyd Garrett Muscle Car Museum. The Judge was completely disassembled and stripped to bare metal and the entire drivetrain was rebuilt. The body of this vehicle was gone over from front to back and the body fit is laser-straight and better than new. Once the body was prepared it was given a fresh coat of the correct Cardinal Red (code R) using the best modern DuPont base coat/clear coat paint. The red interior and white convertible top were carefully done as well. The frame was stripped and all chassis components were replaced and/or refinished in the correct original-factory finishes. The engine was sent out and completely rebuilt. The 400ci Ram Air III engine block was honed and new pistons rings and bearings were installed. The crank was also checked and lightly refinished. The Ram-Air cylinder heads were checked and given a valve job along with new valves and valve springs. Everything was reassembled and the entire engine assembly was given a coat of the correct Pontiac engine paint. No stone was left unturned and the interior was completely redone with nothing but the best of correct materials. All instruments and gauges were checked for operation and repaired or replaced if necessary. All wire harnesses were replaced with new. The restoration on this GTO is factory-correct right down to the correct T-3 headlamps and original-style Firestone white-lettered tires. This car comes with a complete set of Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) paperwork original Build Sheet and Pontiac Division Window Sticker.

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO

Lot #1294 (Sale Order 73 of 248)

Finished in rare Daytona Yellow over white this features rarely found COPO auxiliary options like gauges console spoiler package and Rally wheels. Its has official Canadian export documentation. Its powered by a date-code-correct L72 427/425hp engine with date-code current Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and rare CVE-code posi-traction rear end. This car had a full restoration in 2010 using refurbished parts reproduction parts and NOS parts. Particular attention was paid to replacing factory fit finish and marking details.

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1969 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR IV 1969 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR IV

1969 PONTIAC GTO JUDGE RAM AIR IV

Lot #1295 (Sale Order 74 of 248)

Finished in Goldenrod Yellow with black vinyl top this GTO Judge Ram Air IV is powered by a 430/370hp V8 engine with 4-speed manual transmission. Its equipped with options that include the very rare power-flow ventilation and 3.90 rear end. With a fresh restoration this car has never been shown and is absolutely beautiful. Interior features include reclining seats with deluxe belts 8-track with AM/FM Rally gauges with hood tachometer tilt steering wheel remote mirror and console. It also has power steering disc brakes covered headlamps mirror visor and door guards.

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1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1296 (Sale Order 75 of 248)

This Corvette is powered by a 430hp LS3 engine and automatic transmission. Its equipped with a powder-coated semi-gloss black Super Shop chassis with L4 suspension mount and rack & pinion steering by Detroit. It also has an LS engine accessories kit alternator power steering custom-machined water pump Vintage Air and DeWitts custom aluminum radiator with LS series combo fan. Other features include Trak-Loc differential Hyperco coilover springs with Ultra Ride adjustable coilover shocks totally new wiring and custom aluminum wheels. The leather interior features heated seats interior kit from Al Knoch and custom aluminum and leather steering wheel. All chrome was replated to show-quality. It has both a new soft-top and hardtop. All receipts for work and complete manuals are included. 2600 miles on the restoration. **SOLD ON BONDED TITLE**

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1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360

1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360

Lot #1296.1 (Sale Order 76 of 248)

This survivor features mostly original paint with black interior. Its powered by its factory fuel-injected matching-numbers 327/360hp engine 4-speed manual transmission.

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1954 KAISER DARRIN CONVERTIBLE 1954 KAISER DARRIN CONVERTIBLE

1954 KAISER DARRIN CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1297 (Sale Order 77 of 248)

Kaiser-Darrin sports cars were introduced in January 1954 and remained in production until June of the same year. Out of 435 ever produced this is body number 185. Its finished in correct Champagne White lacquer scarlet pincrush-style pleated leather seats with matching carpets and a landau folding convertible top. The car retains its original 161/90hp Willys L-head engine and 3-speed manual transmission. It has been completely restored with close attention to keeping it a factory-correct original. The all-fiberglass body was a creation of Glasspar a well-known manufacturer of fiberglass boats made in this period. Designed by none other than Howard Dutch Darrin this car was a beautifully designed one-of-a-kind vehicle. The most fascinating aspect of this car was Darrins beloved pocket doors which slid forward into the front fenders to permit easy entry and exit. They were the Kaiser-Darrin trademark and they remain its best-remembered feature. It has many unique features such as a small 14-slot chrome grille chrome wire-spoke wheels Lucite wind wings a dash-mounted rearview mirror and floor shifter. This is a an extremely unique vehicle with low production numbers and intricate details.

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1968 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA SS/AA FACTORY CAR 1968 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA SS/AA FACTORY CAR

1968 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA SS/AA FACTORY CAR

Lot #1298 (Sale Order 78 of 248)

This factory Super Stock SS/AA is one of only 70 cars equipped with the HEMI V8 engine. It has automatic transmission and factory fiberglass fenders. With the original Build Sheet this has been in the same family for the past 30 years. SS/AA factory hemi super stock original hot sticker hang tags fender tag build sheet the same owner for the past 30 plus years. This was a promotion car and will come with history since its beginning magazines that it was in a SS/AA reunion picture detachable wheelie bars. This is a 1/4 mile car that was rarely used for what it was intended for 508ci Ray Burton hemi mega block Dana 488 rear ATI 3-speed 4500 stall speed transmission full list of incredible things that were done to this car also will come with it. The motor only has Dyno time and basic start and moves for shows and events.

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1969 PONTIAC TRANS AM RAM AIR III 1969 PONTIAC TRANS AM RAM AIR III

1969 PONTIAC TRANS AM RAM AIR III

Lot #1299 (Sale Order 79 of 248)

This 1969 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III has undergone a show-quality rotisserie nut-and-bolt restoration done to extremely high show standards. A genuine factory-produced 1969 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III this is one of 697 produced and one of 520 produced with a 4-speed manual transmission. The car is powered by its matching-numbers 400ci Ram Air III engine and matching-numbers Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. This car was completely disassembled and stripped to bare metal. The subframe was removed and the entire drivetrain was rebuilt. It features a laser-straight body with great gaps and is finished in its correct color of Cameo White. Careful care was given to make sure that the twin blue stripes were properly placed and tied together with its correct blue bucket-seat interior. Features include power steering and front power disc brakes front and rear spoilers and Rally wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires. Great attention to detail was given throughout its restoration using as many correct parts as possible right down to its assembly-line markings and part-number decals to its dated plug wires T-3 headlights and correct hoses and clamps. Its accompanied with all PHS paperwork and PHS Window Sticker documenting its pedigree.

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1970 CHEVROLET NOVA YENKO DEUCE 1970 CHEVROLET NOVA YENKO DEUCE

1970 CHEVROLET NOVA YENKO DEUCE

Lot #1300 (Sale Order 80 of 248)

This documented genuine Yenko Deuce Nova has been treated to a high-caliber no-expense-spared rotisserie nut-and-bolt restoration. Its an outstanding example. It is listed as car number HYS 141 on the Yenko delivery sheets and is one of 175 total produced. Its finished in the rare springtime-only color of Citrus Green. Its powered by a correct-dated and stamped COPO 9010-optioned 350/360hp LT1 restoration engine backed to a correct-dated and stamped Muncie M21 4-speed manual restoration transmission. Its factory equipped with the COPO 9737 sport-car conversion package consisting of the heavy-duty F41 suspension and sway bar and 4:10 posi-traction hooked to a 12-bolt rear end. The laser-straight body with show-quality paint features a fully detailed underside with all-correct inspection markings and decals as well as show-quality chrome and stainless. The fully detailed trunk is equipped with the correct jack and spare XT rim and tire. Many original and NOS parts were used during the restoration including the four Atlas wheels. Its fully documented with its VIN on the Yenko delivery sheets listed in the Yenko Deuce Registry and NCRS Data Shipping Report (showing Yenko as the selling dealer). It was a past feature car on Yenko.net a feature car in Muscle Car Review magazine featured in Super Chevy magazine and also featured in the hardcover book Yenko: The Man the Machines the Legend by Bob McClurg. This example still retains its original Trim Tag and hidden VIN numbers along with a breakdown of all its mechanicals with part numbers and date codes. This Yenko has been with its last owner for over 17 years.

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1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1300.1 (Sale Order 81 of 248)

A beautiful fully restored 1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible one of the best of the best. It includes the highly desirable factory-installed 348ci Tri-Power Turbo-Thrust V8 engine and 2-speed Turboglide automatic transmission. It has received a recent factory-correct body-off nut-and-bolt restoration by none other than the acknowledged master Patricks Classy Cars of Phoenix AZ. This stunning vehicle is painted Tuxedo Black and features the proper Seville grain red vinyl tri-tone interior. It also features the highly desirable twin rear antennas. 1959 Impalas were longer lower and wider with ultra-wide horizontal fins. The rear end also features the one-year-only cat-eye taillights. This car is equipped with power steering power brakes and those highly desirable distinctive twin rear antennas. During the restoration the engine and transmission were completely rebuilt. All mechanical parts including the wiring brake system weatherstripping exhaust pipes and mufflers were replaced. The car was fitted with new whitewall tires brakes and suspension components to factory specifications. The glass convertible top and top boot are all new and correct. The bumpers and stainless-steel trim were stripped and rechromed or repolished. The wheel covers are also new. The entire restoration process was carefully documented in a photographic journal that comes with the car. Driven just 6 miles since restoration.

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6

Lot #1301 (Sale Order 82 of 248)

This car is equipped with an M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt posi-traction rear axle with 4:10 gears. It features the original matching-numbers engine with three factory Build Sheets (one is still attached to the original drivers side door panel). It also has a Build Sheet Certificate of Authenticity from Chris White. The original VIN and Trim Tags are in place and were never removed. Its finished in Cranberry Red with a black bucket-seat interior. Its accrued only test miles since its well-documented comprehensive nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration in 2013 which included a complete engine rebuild. All key components - including the tranny rear axle cylinder heads carburetor distributor coil alternator starter master cylinder and brake booster - are part-number and date-code correct. Other options include cowl induction F41 special high-performance suspension console AM/FM/8-track and tinted glass.

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1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1302 (Sale Order 83 of 248)

This Barracuda custom re-creation has been upgraded with the legendary 426ci HEMI motor TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission power front disc brakes power steering and a power-operated white vinyl soft-top. Originally this car was red on white with a 318ci V8 with an automatic transmission. It is now red on black. It has a slap-stick shifter 3.23 gear rear rubber bumper and a Shaker hood. It sits on 15 Rallye wheels with the original Polyglas tires. It has the correct HEMI radiator new wiring pulleys hoses bolts fuel lines linkage and brake booster. From manifolds to tips the exhaust is correct for a HEMI. Every nut and bolt on the drivetrain is either new or rebuilt with correct Mopar components. This car has been decoded by Galen Govier and is in the Chrysler Registry. It has been professionally restored as a HEMI re-creation.

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1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER 1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER

1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER

Lot #1302.1 (Sale Order 84 of 248)

This is an over-the-top no-expenses-spared high-quality build of a very iconic hot rod. Its impeccably finished in mile-deep Black Apple paint with maroon striping and custom gold-leaf accents. It is equipped with a Probuilt 354ci Chrysler HEMI with aluminum hot heads BDS blower Hilborn Electronic fuel injection with fast EFI control system by Hot Racing. Power is delivered through a pro-built TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. There are countless hand-fabricated parts including the front grille exhaust taillights body frame and wishbone front suspension to the custom leather interior dash and interior panels. Over 5000 hours went into creating this showstopper. Hand-fabricated chassis and suspension with a Winters quick-change rear end. Riding on staggered polished custom wheels it features chrome and polished throughout custom and hand-fabricated parts abound. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of art on wheels. **TITLED AS A 1932 FORD SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION**

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1964 PONTIAC GTO CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1964 PONTIAC GTO CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1964 PONTIAC GTO CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1303 (Sale Order 85 of 248)

No expense was spared on this GTO convertible Resto-Mod. The frame-off restoration was completed two years ago with less than 500 miles since the restoration. It has many high-quality features and modifications. It is powered by a 6.2-liter LS9 crate engine with 638hp and a programmable 6-speed automatic transmission. It sits on one-off custom wheels Global West suspension and 4- wheel disc brakes. It also has a beautiful custom paint job and air conditioning.

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM ROADSTER 1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM ROADSTER

1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM ROADSTER

Lot #1304 (Sale Order 86 of 248)

This dynamite Corvette is a highly modified 1962 C1 Corvette and previous winner of the Chicago Chevy Vette Fests Diamond and Gold Bow Tie award as well as second place at the 2012 National Corvette Homecoming. It runs on a Street Shop mandrel-framed chassis with independent rear suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes. Power comes from a 350ci Ram-Jet crate engine connected to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The engine also features a chrome intake manifold with ram-air induction and K&N filters. Customized fuel rail covers are sculpted to replicate the flames and color in the cove of the body. The engine compartment is protected by dual temperature activated Halon fire extinguishers. A Dan Christiansen custom exhaust set-up with Borla dual square-angle-cut intercooled tips provide a deep distinctive sound. The interior features custom leather seats by Al Knoch Interiors with special embossing and matching leather steering wheel. Air conditioning power windows and locks custom pedals Auto Sport gauges and 3 point racing harness complete the interior. The two side coves were sculpted with 3-D flames and red LED lightbars were installed to emphasize the shadow of the flames. The dual headlight fenders were removed and reversed to have a slight down slope that looks similar to a double-barreled shotgun. The rear body was widened by 4 to accommodate the 18 Budnik X-Series wheels with Goodyear Eagle F1 GS tires. Cibie HCR flat headlights and Hellas with backlit skull frame complete the body. The car has a new convertible top and custom cloth car cover. **TITLED AS REBUILT**

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1305 (Sale Order 87 of 248)

This incredible classic has gone through an extensive rotisserie-style restoration and is finished in custom painted black over a black leather interior. Completed in 2008 the multi-year build was heavily documented and photographed with two binders included. It has traveled 1991 miles since completion of the restoration. This award-winning Bel Air Resto-Mod features a number of modern conveniences while still retaining the classic look sitting on a custom GT-55 Art Morrison chassis and powered by a Chevrolet Corvette LS2 V8. It also features a special-built 4L65E automatic transmission with RV transmission cooler 9 rear end with 3.50 gears and dual-exit exhaust system. The 17x8 and 18x10 Boyd Coddington 5-spoke wheels are wrapped in Falken tires and equipped with Wilwood disc brakes. The custom charcoal and black leather interior features floor mats a 15 steering wheel on an Ididit column Vintage Air tinted power windows power doors power windows and a Kenwood stereo head unit with iPod connectivity. The gas cap is hidden behind the automated drivers side taillight. It has a black power convertible soft-top black tonneau cover an alarm system with fob and keyless entry. Always meticulously serviced and maintained this car received an oil change and transmission fluid service on June 20 2016.

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1970 BUICK GS 455 STAGE 1 1970 BUICK GS 455 STAGE 1

1970 BUICK GS 455 STAGE 1

Lot #1306 (Sale Order 88 of 248)

This beauty is Glacier White with black interior. Only a two owner car it is one of less than 10 made with matching-numbers engine transmission and rear. Comes with a 455ci Stage 1 360hp engine M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission and 3.64 posi-traction rear. It comes with extensive full documentation with over 30 pieces of history and provenance including Protect-O-Plate original sales order Concours Gold Buick Nationals 2010 judging sheets letters pictures and information from the original owner. Its in the Stage 1 Registry and has undergone a full frame-off restoration by Thornton Autoworks of Telford PA.. Four Buick Factory 15x7 Ralley Wheels and 4 Goodyear Polyglas GT G-60 tires have been added since catalog.

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1957 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN CUSTOM HARDTOP 1957 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN CUSTOM HARDTOP

1957 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN CUSTOM HARDTOP

Lot #1307 (Sale Order 89 of 248)

With 3000 man-hours no expense spared and just over 300 miles since completion this stunning multiple-award-winning Eric Brockmeyer-designed Pontiac has been handcrafted to the very highest of show standards. Powered by a 572/720hp high-output crate motor its fitted with GM Performance polished heads chrome intake custom valve covers and air cleaner. Its also equipped with MSD ignition custom 2-1/4 headers and 3 stainless exhaust custom polished aluminum radiator with dual electric fans and custom fuel cell all mated to a GM 4L80E programmable 4-speed automatic transmission. It also has custom 3 balanced and polished aluminum driveshaft and Currie-built Ford 9 posi-traction rear differential with polished aluminum center and nodular iron third member with 4:10 gears and 31-spline axles. It features a custom-built Roadster Shop full frame chassis Heidts Superide independent front suspension and triangulated 4-bar coilover rear suspension. Other features include the rack & pinion power steering and Wilwood 13 6-piston front and 11.9 4-piston rear brakes with polished calipers. It rides on stunning staggered Schott Accelerator concave aluminum wheels accented in black velvet ceramic paint with three-bar knockoffs wrapped in P Zero Rosso tires. The laser-straight rust-free body was taken to bare metal and finished with PPG two-stage black paint with red accents. All of the exterior trim and hardware has been chrome-plated and polished to show-quality standards. The handcrafted one-off interior is finished in scar-free Italian black leather with red stitching Flaming River tilt column with Billet Specialties Outlaw steering wheel custom Classic Instrument gauges with tachometer and Vintage Air. Featured twice in Super Rod magazine this spectacular 1957 Chieftain has been finished to the highest of professional standards and its award-winning history attests to its build quality and design. The following is a partial list of awards won by this car: Goodguys Builders Choice Goodguys Steel Rubber Award Goodguys Class Act Award Best of Show Wallace ID Best of Show Wenatchee WA Best of Show Nelson BC Best of Show La Grande OR Peoples Choice DElegance Auto Show Peoples Choice Bend OR Cool Ride Top 5 Tri-Cities Washington and Street Rodder Top 100.

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1957 FORD FAIRLANE CUSTOM SEDAN 1957 FORD FAIRLANE CUSTOM SEDAN

1957 FORD FAIRLANE CUSTOM SEDAN

Lot #1308 (Sale Order 90 of 248)

Inspired by the legendary Ford Thunderbolts Project T-Bolt packs a Holman-Moody Genesis 427ci side-oiler with Roush internal parts to generate a pavement-melting 657hp. Breathing through a custom side exhaust and cooled by an aluminum radiator the 427s massive power and torque are sent to the street with a Hurst-shifted Ford Toploader 4-speed manual transmission driving a Ford 9 rear end. Underpinnings include Ridetech air springs with tubular arms up front and triangulated 4-link setup out back. Stopping power is delivered by a set of 4-wheel disc brakes with red calipers. Other outstanding features include an Ididit steering column Classic Instrument gauges Vintage Air and a fully carpeted trunk. An Alpine CD/DVD player provides further entertainment. It rides on a set of Boze custom wheels.

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1968 DODGE HEMI CHARGER R/T 1968 DODGE HEMI CHARGER R/T

1968 DODGE HEMI CHARGER R/T

Lot #1309 (Sale Order 91 of 248)

In 2006 this original 4-speed HEMI1968 Charger R/T was discovered in its original owners garage in Cleveland OH in completely original condition with 91000 miles still carrying its original engine transmission and rear end. One of only 211 4-speed HEMI Chargers built in 1968 this one has undergone a concours restoration. Its equipped with dual 4-barrel carburetors. Its finished in rare and gorgeous silver and black as delivered in 1968. A very nice and very detailed 1968 R/T HEMI 4-speed car. Car comes with original broadcast sheet original owners manual and original owners vehicle ID card (certicard) 2 thick binder with all restoration records and Galen Govier report.

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1969 DODGE CHARGER CUSTOM COUPE 1969 DODGE CHARGER CUSTOM COUPE

1969 DODGE CHARGER CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1309.1 (Sale Order 92 of 248)

One of one this is not just a V10 Viper engine in a Charger but a Viper chassis thats been lengthened 21-3/4 and had a Charger built around it. It features a modified Viper dash and console custom leather interior and seats and body panel fit. Its been repainted and has custom exhaust and mechanical assembly. Under the hood the engine and firewall are set back. Its powered by an 8.0-liter 7990cc (488ci) V10 overhead valve engine that is naturally aspirated. Underneath the Charger is the lengthened Viper undercarriage that matches the B-body of the Charger. The chassis and extended drivetrain is all 2002 Viper from there. With the engine basically in the center of the car this handles like a dream. Inside a Viper cockpit the custom interior is clean fitted to mold the Viper dash into the Charger interior. At the center of the cockpit bucket seats stitched with Chiper on the back red seats. The center tunnel goes from front to back and houses the exhaust. The soft black carpet matches the stock Charger headliner like it just rolled out of the factory custom interior. It has modern heat and air conditioning all power windows and custom bucket seats front and back. The paint job is second to none in Deep Black Glasurit 22-line single-stage urethane.

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6

Lot #1310 (Sale Order 93 of 248)

Special-order COPO LS6 454/450hp in rare Mulsanne Blue code 26. Its equipped with a factory M22 4-speed manual transmission and its original CRW 4.10 posi rear end. Some of the highlighted factory born-with options include LS6 M22 4.10 G80 ZP3 special paint RPO-ZL2 cowl induction hood RPO-U14 gauges RPO-D88 white sport stripes and code 790 White/Ivory interior. This car was purchased new at Bob Hallman Chevrolet in Reno NV and remained in the area until 2013 when a full comprehensive factory correct rotisserie restoration was started. This is an absolutely rock solid original southwest car with one of the best undercarriages you can find. The vehicle has been painstakingly restored to original Chevrolet specs with extreme attention to detail. The car was selected as a finalist for the Goodguys 2016 Muscle Car of the Year. The car comes with its original born with Build Sheet that was found on top of gas tank and Certificate of Registration with the LS6 registry.

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1311 (Sale Order 94 of 248)

This fine example of a 427/435hp Corvette was completely disassembled with a body-off no-expense-spared restoration performed. Supervision of the restoration was done by an NCRS Master Judge at one of the most famous Corvette restoration shops in New York. All parts used were either original or NOS factory parts. There is full photo documentation of the entire restoration. Finished in Goodwood Green with Saddle vinyl interior non-original Trim Tag white convertible top white stinger whitewall tires and a 3.70 ratio posi-traction rear axle. Powered by an L71 427/435hp Tri-Power engine with transistor ignition and M21 4-speed close-ratio manual transmission. It also has heavy-duty suspension power brakes power steering side-mounted exhaust tinted glass AM/FM radio and auxiliary vinyl-covered hardtop.

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435

Lot #1312 (Sale Order 95 of 248)

Stunning Goodwood Green paint with a white stinger and black vinyl interior. Equipped as an L89 427/435hp engine with upgraded aluminum heads. 4-speed transmission tinted windshield power windows F41 suspension 3.70 rear end transistor ignition side exhaust AM/FM radio red line tires complete professional body-off restoration completed in 2005 by an NCRS member.

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1957 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN ROADSTER SHOP CUSTOM 1957 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN ROADSTER SHOP CUSTOM

1957 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN ROADSTER SHOP CUSTOM

Lot #1313.1 (Sale Order 96 of 248)

With over 3000 hours in the build and no expense spared this full Roadster Shop spec chassis is powered by a Wegner Motorsports supercharged LS7 engine with 800+ horsepower and automatic transmission. Its a one-off masterpiece. The truck has recently completed the 1000-mile Hot Rod Power Tour and the Optima Street Challenge featured at SEMA. Its also been featured in magazines all over the world.

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2004 FERRARI 360 CHALLENGE STRADALE 2004 FERRARI 360 CHALLENGE STRADALE

2004 FERRARI 360 CHALLENGE STRADALE

Lot #1314 (Sale Order 97 of 248)

The Ferrari Challenge Stradale marked the final 360 model and it was the highest-performance street-legal variant of the series with cutting-edge race-bred features. They included carbon-ceramic brakes derived from the Enzo race-tuned suspension aerodynamic tweaks reduced weight increased engine output to 420hp and updated software for the F1 6-speed gearbox. The Challenge Stradale is simply amazing and a thrill to drive. This example has only 14015 actual miles the annual service was completed by Ferrari Technologies in Orange CA. The clutch life was measured with over 70% remaining. The vehicle has been meticulously maintained and stored in a climate-controlled facility.

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1965 VOLKSWAGEN TYPE II 21-WINDOW DELUXE BUS 1965 VOLKSWAGEN TYPE II 21-WINDOW DELUXE BUS

1965 VOLKSWAGEN TYPE II 21-WINDOW DELUXE BUS

Lot #1315 (Sale Order 98 of 248)

This 1965 VW 21-window deluxe bus has undergone a complete professional restoration by Kindig-it Design and has been featured on Velocity Channels Bitchin Rides. The body metal has been restored to a high level of quality and body paint is outstandingly finished in Mercedes Black and Bentley Magnolia White. The interior is custom red performed by Sew Fine while the engine is a very streetable 1915cc with 120hp and 4-speed transaxle. It has front and rear Airkewld disc and custom 17 wheels. The Kicker car audio is awesome and hidden throughout the cabin. All windows are safari and pop-outs finished in chrome.

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1957 JAGUAR XK 140 MC FIXED-HEAD COUPE 1957 JAGUAR XK 140 MC FIXED-HEAD COUPE

1957 JAGUAR XK 140 MC FIXED-HEAD COUPE

Lot #1315.1 (Sale Order 99 of 248)

The sellers father purchased this car in 1979 out of a barn. This was a 100% complete car with all-original drivetrain. The painstaking restoration took 20 years. With a concours-level restoration it has original chrome rims with stainless-steel spokes. All interior wood is in its original finish. The body has been restored with no expense spared to achieve concours-excellence finish. All-original or NOS Jaguar parts were used in this restoration. The sellers father flew to Coventry England in the early 1980s to acquire NOS parts needed for the restoration. The buyer will receive all parts receipts restoration pictures and documentation. It is powered by a 3.4-liter engine with the original C-type cylinder head and 4-speed manual transmission.

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1951 JAGUAR XK 120 CONVERTIBLE 1951 JAGUAR XK 120 CONVERTIBLE

1951 JAGUAR XK 120 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1316 (Sale Order 100 of 248)

This is finished in red over a refinished interior that included all-new black leather over the seats/dash and new carpet - completed in April 2015. Complementing the new interior is the matching-numbers 3.4-liter 6-cylinder engine that was overhauled in November 2010 along with the mechanical and cosmetic restoration. It is wired as a 12-volt system with two parallel 6-volt batteries and has a 4-speed manual transmission. Exterior features include polished silver-painted wheels convertible soft-top windshield wipers and fender mirrors. Included with the vehicle is a Jaguar Heritage Certificate exclusive to the car side windows with carrying bags and a tonneau cover. Recently serviced including fluids/filter as well as a new battery.

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1967 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I CONVERTIBLE 1967 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I CONVERTIBLE

1967 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1317 (Sale Order 101 of 248)

This E-Type features covered headlamps triple carburetion small-mouth oval grille opening synchromesh transmission with better rear-axle ratio and retains the signal and taillights above the bumpers. Finished in Carmen Red over black leather seats accented by red piping it has a matching black convertible top and boot cover. Power comes from a date-code-correct 1967 4.2-liter straight-6 engine fitted with proper triple SU carburetors mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Features include 72-spoke chrome wire wheels wrapped in Michelin radial red line tires telescoping steering column updated AM/FM/cassette audio system with Kenwood speakers Smiths instrumentation wood steering wheel and outside mirror. The car comes from California where it was completely restored in nut-and-bolt fashion in 2008. The body and paintwork were professionally executed. A few enhancements have been made as well including a stainless-steel exhaust header and exhaust system updated electric cooling fans Pertronix electronic ignition stainless-steel brake calipers and braided lines. It has been driven less than 2500 miles since completion of the restoration. Also included with the sale will be a CoverCraft fitted storage cover.

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1978 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE RUSTY WALLACES 1978 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE RUSTY WALLACES

1978 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE RUSTY WALLACES

Lot #1318 (Sale Order 102 of 248)

This beautiful 25th Anniversary 1978 Chevrolet Corvette is owned?and was customized by?legendary NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace. It has previously been featured in the Hot Rod Power Tour where it was driven by Rusty at several tour stops throughout the United States. RK Motors in Charlotte NC completed the restoration on what was a one-owner car. At the heart of this classic American muscle car is a beautiful 450hp Chevrolet ZZ383 custom assembled and dyno-tested by world-famous engine builder Doug Yates. The engine is mated to a high-performance and quick-shifting Tremec 5-speed transmission and has custom dual side exhaust. A VBP high-performance suspension with fiberglass front and rear springs means that this car handles great. Meanwhile its high-performance SSBC brakes not only stop the car on a dime but their cherry-red calipers give the car an extra-aggressive look as well. The outside of the car is as exciting as under the hood. It features custom Jet Black paint with metallic silver stripes and red accents. This Vettes American muscle is put to the ground by an aggressive set of Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires mounted on custom Forgeline chrome wheels with 18 wheels in the front and 19 in the rear. The cars interior is as aggressive as everything else featuring a pair of custom black leather sport seats with red trim. A set of Auto Meter Elite GPS gauges complete the cars high-performance look and a stereo with SiriusXM radio and Bluetooth provide great music while driving this fun car.

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1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK

1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK

Lot #1318.1 (Sale Order 103 of 248)

Offered from the personal collection of Barrett-Jackson president Steve Davis this outstanding rare example of a California Boss 302 documented by the Deluxe Marti Report as one of one has been the beneficiary of a meticulous comprehensive quality nut-and-bolt photo-documented restoration featuring the original matching-numbers engine and 4-speed manual transmission. Only shown publicly twice since its completion in 2006: once at the Woodward Dream Cruise with Ford and again at SEMA by invitation of Ford to promote the launch of their Boss 302 crate engine. Deluxe Marti Report and photo documentation of the restoration process included with car.

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1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS5 SS CONVERTIBLE 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS5 SS CONVERTIBLE

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS5 SS CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1319 (Sale Order 104 of 248)

This SS 454 LS5 4-speed convertible has undergone a meticulous factory-correct frame-off rotisserie restoration to the highest degree which is evident in every way - from its fit to its laser-straight and beautiful finish. It has show-quality panel fit trim chrome brightwork glass and upholstery. The underside is mirror-ready and the engine compartment can handle a white glove test. The cowl Data Tag reveals that the body was built and assembled at the Baltimore plant the first week of May 1970. It was finished in Tuxedo Black (Code 19) with bucket seats and console in black (Code 756) and a black top (Code B). The most sought-after Chevelles are the 454 versions. This LS5 boasts 360hp from its big block cylinder heads with huge valves special-performance camshaft and high-compression pistons. All that power and torque is backed by a Muncie close-ratio M21 4-speed gearbox 11 super-duty clutch and 12-bolt posi-traction rear axle with 4.10:1 gear ratio. Chevelles functional cowl induction also enhances performance. No Build Sheet was found during restoration so it must be sold with no documentation. A multitude of safety and convenience options and accessories include power steering power disc brakes power top F41 ride and handling chassis package courtesy lamp group Soft Ray shaded glass twin outside mirrors tilt wheel AM/FM 8-track sound system special instrumentation with needle gauges tachometer and Rally clock. It rides on glamorous SS wheels with raised white-letter wide ovals and rarely ever seen factory air conditioning. Attention to detail places this highly sought-after LS5 convertible in a class of its own. This car is equipped with a non-OEM Trim Tag.

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1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

Lot #1320 (Sale Order 105 of 248)

One of the rarest most original and well-documented Plymouth Superbird survivors. This American-made vehicle also has a Wise Vehicle Inspection Report by David Wise. The Plymouth Superbird was built for just one model year. The Superbird presented here has accumulated 14800 original miles since new having had just three owners in that time period. Complete owner history featured on multiple TV car shows and in multiple automobile magazines. Multiple show award-winner including the Meadow Brook Concours dElegance class winner. Original artifacts include owner history from day one an IBM sales record punch card the original key tag owners manual plus beautifully preserved Broadcast Sheets and many other documents. As built the car features the rare factory Y39 Special Order code designation. The Superbird initially came off the Lynch Road assembly line with a 440 Super Commando V8 backed by the 727 TorqueFlite. The final assembly of this vehicle was completed by Chrysler at their special vehicle operations at their Clairpoint Facility in Detroit MI. The interior features white vinyl bench seating with headrests which contrasts nicely with the B5 Blue exterior and black top. The car has a column shifter and the pod-type dash layout with 150 mph speedometer. In summary this is perhaps one of the best example of one of Plymouths most remarkable street packages in existence. This vehicle is recorded in the MMC Detroit Vehicle Registry.

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1971 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T CONVERTIBLE RE-CREATION 1971 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T CONVERTIBLE RE-CREATION

1971 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T CONVERTIBLE RE-CREATION

Lot #1321 (Sale Order 106 of 248)

This Challenger R/T HEMI Convertible Re-creation is an incredibly detailed re-creation. The car was custom built using a donor coupe that was converted to a convertible and no expense was spared to secure the best parts and workmanship available for a show-winning result. Powered by a 426ci HEMI and a 4-speed manual transmission. The owners choice of building the car as an R/T in B5 Blue with white trim and striping results in a great-looking combination. Every minute detail was attended to. The level of craftsmanship both under the hood and the entire underside is of concours quality and correct. The body and paintwork is unsurpassed as is the fit and finish of the interior and convertible top. Only a very few miles have been logged on this HEMI Challenger re-creation since completion but the car has been totally sorted.

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1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE 1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE

1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1322 (Sale Order 107 of 248)

Finished in beautiful Candy Apple Red on a laser-straight body with black interior this is powered by a 428ci 4-valve engine and 4-speed manual transmission. This very special car was scheduled to be built on January 16 1968 as a domestic special order #2652. This car was built with a 350 rear axle. Its equipped with powered top extra cooling wheel lip molding power steering power disc brakes tilt-away steering column and an AM radio. This beautiful car was one of 252 in paint code one of 222 part and trim combination and one of 153 rare engine and transmission combination. Personally autographed by Carroll Shelby. Marti Report and Build Sheet. Photo documentation of the restoration. 70000 original miles.

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 CONVERTIBLE 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 CONVERTIBLE

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1322.1 (Sale Order 108 of 248)

With 40361 original miles this features the original matching-numbers 427/390hp engine rare M35 automatic transmission and a posi-traction rear end. Its equipped with factory air conditioning power steering and power disc brakes. Interior features include power windows AM/FM radio black vinyl upholstery. It has both the soft-top and auxiliary hardtop. Refinished in the original Marina Blue it rides on bolt-on alloy wheels with red-line tires. An outstanding body-off restoration it comes with the NCRS Second Flight Award. Documented with the original Tank Sticker.

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1997 PORSCHE 911 993 TURBO 1997 PORSCHE 911 993 TURBO

1997 PORSCHE 911 993 TURBO

Lot #1323 (Sale Order 109 of 248)

Only 37000 actual miles on this 993 all-wheel drive Porsche turbo (mileage not indicated on title). Exterior color is Arctic Silver Metallic with full black leather interior. Power is an air-cooled 3.6 flat six motor with a 6-speed manual transmission. Options include cassette radio with CD all-wheel drive rear seat delete rear wiper cruise control windscreen Litronic lights electric sunroof power windows on board computer power seats aftermarket exhaust aluminum shifter and brake lever. Ownership history original manuals tool kit and service records come with the car. Also letter of authenticity from Porsche.

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1966 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK 1966 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK

1966 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK

Lot #1324 (Sale Order 110 of 248)

This GT350 #6S1066 was originally shipped to Lima Peru in 1966. Teodoro Yagali raced the car extensively including the Caminos Del Inca a 3000-kilometer event. Yagali won the Caminos in both 1972 and 1973. The car remained in Peru until 2002 when it returned to the U.S. Maintaining its racing colors and patina to respect this Shelbys part in history a complete restoration was performed. It still retains its original engine rear-end housing and center section. A K-code close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission was added at some point. In 2015 a new full restoration was underway to return the car to its original color and factory specs with the exception of the 4-speed transmission. A beautiful car with documented race history.

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2017 BMW M3 30 JAHRE EDITION SEDAN 2017 BMW M3 30 JAHRE EDITION SEDAN

2017 BMW M3 30 JAHRE EDITION SEDAN

Lot #1325 (Sale Order 111 of 248)

The Special 30th Jahre (Year) Anniversary Edition of the 2017 M3. This ultimate driving machine is one of only 150 imported into the U.S. market and one of only 500 produced worldwide. This M3 30 Jahre Edition flies in an exclusive Macao Blue Metallic hue. It is built with the Competition Package and a BMW individual full Merino leather upholstery interior in black and Fjord Blue. This BMW also includes a high-gloss shadow line that darkens the grille badging and exhaust pipes. To make sure everyone knows youre driving the 30th anniversary edition this car has special 30 Jahre M3 logos on the headrests door sills and dash. The 30 Jahre edition produces 444hp and 406 ft/lbs of torque and does 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. The suspension engine settings and rear differential are all upgraded as standard equipment. This car includes the following additional options: Driver Assistance Plus Package Executive Package LED headlights and automatic high beams. This M3 is the most powerful production BMW M3 ever produced. New and undriven with delivery miles only. 7-speed automatic transmission.

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1956 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE 1956 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE

1956 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1325.1 (Sale Order 112 of 248)

Only 2150 of these beautiful cars were built making it rare and desirable. This car was one of the best the flashiest and most expensive convertible offered by Cadillac. All the gold trim the gold grille and Cadillac script and gold Kelsey-Hayes Alcoa gold aluminum Sabre wheels announced to the world that you had arrived and could afford to pay the astonishing original list price of $6501. The Eldorado Biarritz convertible had unique tailfins and taillights another visible sign that this was and is a special car. Eldorado Biarritz convertibles were extremely well-equipped. Standard equipment included the 365ci dual-quad V8 engine with 305hp Hydramatic transmission power steering power windows power Hydraulic drum brakes signal-seeking AM radio heater remote side mirror Sabre wheels and heater/defroster. The Eldorado had special quarter-panel styling and additional chrome trim on the doors. It was all done so everyone knew you spent the extra money for one of the best most unusual and stylish cars available. This car is beautifully finished in the original color scheme of Alpine White with red and white leather interior. It has a white power top with hard-shell parade boot. The beautiful interior is done in red-and-white leather with the correct Eldorado woven carpeting and heel pads. Even the seats had plenty of chrome and a beautiful Eldorado emblem on the side. Beautiful engine bay with the 365ci dual 4-barrel 305hp Cadillac V8 and the proper colors and decals. The cowl-mounted trim tag is important showing style number 56-6267SX. SX identifies the Eldorado Biarritz option along with Trim 18 (red and white interior) paint 90 (Alpine White) and accessory codes E (EZ-Eye tinted glass) and H (Heater). The epitome of the 1950s - a display of opulence prosperity and power.

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1959 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE 1959 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

1959 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1325.2 (Sale Order 113 of 248)

This car was beautifully restored in red with matching red-and-white leather interior and white top. The paint is of extremely high-quality and the car looks beautiful. The engine bay is thoroughly detailed throughout. This car has factory options that include EZ-Eye tinted glass heater power vent windows and 6-way power seat in addition to the standard features like power steering and brakes Hydramatic transmission power windows power top and windshield washers. Factory-style air conditioning was added during restoration as were Autronic Eye and cruise control; the color was also changed to red. The chrome and trim is beautiful and the red and white leather interior is in excellent condition. The factory ribbed hubcaps are spectacular and are accented by the Cadillac crest emblems and wide whitewall tires.

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1960 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 283/290 FUELIE 1960 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 283/290 FUELIE

1960 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 283/290 FUELIE

Lot #1326 (Sale Order 114 of 248)

This Fuelie is equipped with two tops RPO-687 a matching-numbers original 283/290hp Fuelie engine and 4-speed manual transmission. Its finished in Roman Red with black interior and black soft-top. This is a very original four-owner unmolested and unrestored car with mostly original paint on a no-hit body. It won an NCRS Second Flight Award in 2012 and was recently invited and displayed at the Concours dElegance of Texas in April 2016. Its also has been presented to a 2013 NCRS Regional for Bowtie Sign-off. It still has its five original 5-1/2 big-brake wheels fast-steering adapter heavy-duty suspension AT rear end transmission engine finned brake drums off-road exhaust and hardtop wrench. Options include auxiliary hardtop T-10 transmission 4.11 posi-traction for RPO-687 special heavy-duty suspension and brakes Wonder Bar radio off-road exhaust sun visors courtesy light heater hubcaps and 6.70x15 blackwall tires. Factory-correct-type components include the spare jack jack tools trunk mat trunk liner rebound straps seatbelts shifter shielding air cleaner generator distributor spark plug shields hoses hose clamps grooved rear springs valve covers F.I. unit F.I. fuel filter guide Y-50 mirror owners manual sales brochure and T-3 headlights. This well-documented car also includes the owner history since new old titles back to second owner (1962) service records/maintenance receipts back to 1963 NCRS Certificate with judging sheets Bowtie Candidate paperwork and a large document binder. These original unmolested cars are rare. This 56-year-old car is as pure as they come. The RPO-687 race package was only produced for 119 Corvettes in 1960. Looks runs and drives excellent.

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 HEAVY-DUTY BRAKE FUELIE 1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 HEAVY-DUTY BRAKE FUELIE

1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 HEAVY-DUTY BRAKE FUELIE

Lot #1327 (Sale Order 115 of 248)

This Convertible Fuelie has two tops and is powered by a 327/360hp engine and 4-speed manual transmission with RPO-687 race package consisting of heavy-duty brakes suspension shocks air scoops/deflectors metallic brakes cooling fans wide wheels and fast-steering adaptor. Only 246 like this were produced in 1962 for racing to defend the honor of the Corvette brand. This one has 26337 original miles and riding on original non-dot blackwall tires. Its finished in Sateen Silver with black interior and black soft-top. In show condition it has NCRS Top Flight and Bloomington Gold Special Collection status. It has a great owner history that includes some very notable collectors. Options include auxiliary hardtop T-10 transmission 4.11 posi-traction Wonder Bar radio fuel injection off-road exhaust hubcaps 15x5-1/2 wheels and 6.70x15 blackwall tires. Factory-correct-type components include the non-dot spare tire jack jack tools seatbelts washer system shifter shielding air cleaner generator F.I. unit original exhaust rebound straps trunk mat trunk liner taillight cones and T-3 headlights. Its documented with the owners manual packet owners protection plan hardtop wrench appraisal and Bloomington Special Collection book.

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1987 BUICK GNX 1987 BUICK GNX

1987 BUICK GNX

Lot #1328 (Sale Order 116 of 248)

Just 547 of these special cars were built in a collaborative effort between Buick and ASC McClaren. Extensive modifications done by ASC to the popular Buick Grand National involved both performance and cosmetic changes that set this car far apart from a regular-production GN. The enthusiastic press of the time went crazy for the car and the very low production number resulted in these cars being in high demand since their production 30 years ago. With 1500 miles by only one previous owner bulletproof extensive documentation and the recipient of outstanding care from day one this Buick GNX is truly a rare find. The original owner who maintains a very fine personal car collection ordered and took delivery of this GNX in September 1987 from his local dealer Saeger Buick Sales & Service in Columbus OH. Being an experienced collector he was sure to collect and save all relevant paperwork and other related pieces - such as the exclusive GNX owners jacket - all of which accompany the sale of this car. This GNX has been maintained throughout its life in secure storage and has absolutely no performance or condition issues. A recent very thorough service ensures this car runs and drives as good as it looks. Automatic transmission.

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1939 CHEVROLET C1500 CUSTOM TRUCK THE BRASS MONKEY 1939 CHEVROLET C1500 CUSTOM TRUCK THE BRASS MONKEY

1939 CHEVROLET C1500 CUSTOM TRUCK THE BRASS MONKEY

Lot #1329 (Sale Order 117 of 248)

The Brass Monkey is an incredible full custom build of a 39 Chevy truck. With amazing one-off details this radical hot rod was built as a personal vehicle by Doug Eldred of Eldred Hotrod Shop in Edinboro PA. Starting with just the original Chevy truck cab which itself is highly modified (including a top chop) this truck now has full unibody construction integrating a custom-built chassis outfitted with some of the hottest componentry available. Eldred built this truck with the often-overused motto of cost no object. Some of the mechanical details of this build include a freshly built 355ci Chevy topped with aluminum head and Stromberg carburation. The powertrain continues with a GM 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission driving a 4:10 ratio rear end in a custom Currie housing. Stopping power is provided by Johnsons Hot Rod Shop Kinmont brakes. Nicely hidden chassis plumbing leads to an ultra-clean finish. The rear suspension easily viewed through the radical full custom-built bed is a masterpiece itself combining art and engineering. The interior of that little 39 Chevy truck cab is possibly the highlight of the entire build. Fully trimmed in a most unusual pattern the pinecone-glazed antique leather is expertly fitted to all custom-built trim panels including a new metal seat surround. A 1936 Plymouth dash fitted with a one-off center gauge cluster of Eldreds own design and build was also specially installed. The coordination of color and materials makes for a most inviting interior with subtle details throughout. This incredible truck was just completed in early 2016 and has won awards and gained acclaim for Eldred everywhere it has been. Its very unique style harmoniously combining the traditional American hot rod with todays radical car culture truly makes it a work of rolling art. The build quality of this truck is second-to-none highly detailed in areas that likely will never even be seen. It is a timeless design that combines artistry and craftsmanship in a motor vehicle.

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1968 DODGE DART GTS BLOW DART 1968 DODGE DART GTS BLOW DART

1968 DODGE DART GTS BLOW DART

Lot #1330 (Sale Order 118 of 248)

This Dart Resto-Mod called Blow Dart was built by LexiJ Inc/RMR Dreamcars for the Trick Flow Specialties booth at the 2016 SEMA show and has not been displayed anywhere else. There are over 2000 hours invested in this fresh build. It features a SCAT 493ci forged stroker engine complete with a Howards cam as well as Trick Flow heads and intake. It is shifted by a Kilduff Lightning Rods shifter and a 4L80E automatic transmission. The Vortech supercharger pumps 8 lbs of boost through a fast fuel injection throttle body system. Additionally Billet March Performance pulleys provide the serpentine belt system. It rides on one-off rims by RMR Dreamcars. The stock dash is highlighted with modern Dakota Digital analog gauges. The interior is all from Legendary Auto Interiors and features their upgraded Rallye bucket seats for that modern Resto-Mod feel. SSBC big brakes provide superior braking. A completely adjustable QA1 suspension system was utilized with a Borgeson fast-ratio steering box and 6-link rear suspension kit. Blow Dart has Schumacher Tri-Y headers feeding a Flowmaster exhaust system. The cabins climate is controlled by Vintage Air. The car has custom paint with custom airbrush work and all of the cars trim was wrinkle-finished. The stereo system has four speakers two subwoofers a 5-channel amp and remote-control head unit. No expense was spared on this one. It was selected as a Mopar Muscle Top 10 at SEMA 2016.

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1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM 2-DOOR POST 1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM 2-DOOR POST

1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM 2-DOOR POST

Lot #1331 (Sale Order 119 of 248)

This is powered by a ZR1 Corvette LS9 supercharged engine and Tremec 6-speed manual transmission with dual disc clutch. With a Newman chassis this hand-built and completely custom Bel Air features 2 1/2 ceramic-coated headers with Flowmaster mufflers. It also has a custom Newman frame polished C4 Corvette suspension polished Dana 44 rear end with Detroit Truetrac limited-slip and 4:10 gears. Stopping is provided by 14 Baer 6-piston discs front and rear. The premium saddle leather interior features perforated panels late-model custom bucket seats with matching custom rear buckets power windows air conditioning custom 1957 Chevy dashboard with ZR1-style Auto Meter gauges and Premium Sound system. Finished in a subtle pearlescent custom Standex color it rides on staggered Billet Specialties wheels. Included with the sale is an extensive build record to show the amount of work that has gone into this custom Bel Air.

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2012 FALCON MOTORSPORTS F7 2012 FALCON MOTORSPORTS F7

2012 FALCON MOTORSPORTS F7

Lot #1332 (Sale Order 120 of 248)

This F7s body is made of carbon-fiber and Kevlar panels painted silver. The chassis is aluminum carbon-fiber and Kevlar. Its powered by a 427ci LS7 motor with Lingenfelter performance components and a custom carbon-fiber intake manifold that has separate plenums for each bank and long runners making 640hp and 600 ft/lbs of torque. The transaxle is a Ricardo 6-speed. The suspension is coilover pushrod system with lightweight forged aluminum control arms and spindle knuckles. Its equipped with 4-piston Stoptech 15 rotors front and rear. It rides on 20 tires over 5-spoke Forgeline wheels 10 front and 13 rear. The custom black and red leather interior by Venzano features billet gauges and knobs. Other features include power brakes and windows as well as keyless ignition. 12722 original miles.

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1991 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 2 TARGA RWB 1991 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 2 TARGA RWB

1991 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 2 TARGA RWB

Lot #1333 (Sale Order 121 of 248)

This 964 Targa RWB is finished in Grand Prix White over black leather interior. It is one of the very first RWB Targas built for the US. RWB (RAUH-Welt Begriff) combines both European and Japanese tuning to create a very unique style of Porsche. This particular example is real and authentic. Handbuilt by the RWB founder himself Akira Nakai in Los Angeles it is the #2 RWB car. It features the Stage 2 Hakama RWB kit. After installation of the custom equipment the car was repainted in the OEM color of Grand Prix White. Not only were the aesthetics of this car put together with the highest of standards but the drivetrain was also refreshed during the build. Its equipped with the 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine and 5-speed manual transmission. It also has KW V3 coilover suspension custom-built brushed bronze 18 wheels finished by Floss Designs wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires. Other features include dual-exit exhaust system newer interior pieces such as seats rear door panels and rear deck as well as a removable black hardtop. It has an $8000 custom sound and alarm system. The sound system includes a 900-watt 5-channel JL Audio amplifier two 10 JL Audio subwoofers mounted behind seats and an Alpine Appleplay touchscreen head unit with Focal speakers. The Computech Drone alarm system has fob and GPS/phone app to track the cars location as well as open the doors. Other interior features include color rearview camera power windows power seats air-conditioning and Porsche floor mats. It recently received a new clutch master cylinder/slave and shift bushings less than 300 miles ago and new brake rotors and pads 2200 miles ago. It got new air conditioning hoses/belt/recharge as well as valve adjustment/gasket 10000 miles ago. Its accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche Cars North America. Receipts and documentation of the build included with the sale along with the owners manual/maintenance schedule and original Window Sticker.

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2011 FERRARI CALIFORNIA CONVERTIBLE 2011 FERRARI CALIFORNIA CONVERTIBLE

2011 FERRARI CALIFORNIA CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1334 (Sale Order 122 of 248)

This Ferrari California is finished in Rosso Corsa over tan leather interior and is a one-owner car from new. Features the 4.3-liter V8 engine and 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Also has power/heated Daytona leather seats carbon-fiber/leather steering wheel with RPM shift lights carbon ceramic brakes with yellow brake calipers rear bumper carbon-fiber insert 20 factory wheels powder-coated black brand-new Pirelli P ZERO tires new TPMS sensors Ferrari fender shields power folding mirrors premium hi-fi sound tinted windows parking sensors power folding red hardtop navigation system/Bluetooth and yellow tachometer. Annual service just performed including new engine oil/filter new transmission fluid new brake fluid new coolant new battery new air filter and new cabin filter.

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1964 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER 1964 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER

1964 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER

Lot #1335 (Sale Order 123 of 248)

The color on this XK E-Type Series 1 has been finished in Carmen Red over a tan leather interior. Its in fantastic condition inside and out thanks to its frame-off restoration. This Series 1 E-Type features the desirable covered headlamps and three-wiper setup. It is powered by a matching-numbers 6-cylinder engine with three carburetors and 4-speed manual transmission. Also features a matching tan convertible soft-top with matching tonneau cover woodgrain steering wheel and correct knockoff-style wire wheels. Accompanied by a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate.

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1336 (Sale Order 124 of 248)

Fully frame-off restored. This has all new G.M. Performance crated C-7 motor with 460+ horsepower with GM wiring harness and computer and new L470E automatic transmission with overdrive. The exterior was done in special PPG charcoal color with touches of red and blue pearl added with PPG clear coat for finishing. The modified factory frame done in silver to match interior and suspension done to match exterior. Riding on custom-built billet 20 wheels by Billet Specialties. The corvette front suspension consists of Jim Meyers tubular-A-Arms with Viking adjustable coilovers and power rack and pinion steering. The rear end is a polished Currie built 9 Ford with Tru-Trac posi-traction shorten Dutchman axles with a 3.90 gears and a 4 link rear suspension with a panhard bar and Viking adjustable coilovers. it has power disc brakes with Willwood large 6 piston front calipers and 4 piston rear calipers with drilled and slotted rotors with emergency brake. The custom made interior to fit all sizes has lowered billet pedals billet door handles from Ringbrothers as well as their hood stops. Other features include custom turn signal mirrors Be Cool aluminum all polished radiator with electric chrome fans. Power windows power hood with 67 corvette style design with stripe to match interior. Flaming River tilt steering column with smaller billet steering wheel power windows Vintage air conditioning and heater. 3 polished stainless steel exhaust with Magnaflow stainless mufflers exiting through the lower body panel in front of the rear wheels. The interior also has a custom dash with Dakota Digital gauges with custom silver lighting. Custom center console with a custom built stereo system with Kenwood receiver DVD POD Pandora Bluetooth and Sirius XM ready. 12 Kenwood subwoofer with 300 watt Kenwood power amplifier and Kenwood speakers and power antenna round out the system. It has gray leather reclining seats with Ostrich accents from Al Knoch Corvette interiors. Custom door panels with ostrich covered armrests and also with built-in-speakers with a fully covered leather dash and new soft top frame and covered with a custom gray material. Trunk is fully covered to match the interior. Soft top area is fully covered in gray/black soft material to protect the top when it is down. There are LED lights under the hood and undercarriage as well as the interior and trunk. Everything is like new. Many custom features custom built T1 engine cover custom headlights plus special fasteners. No expense spared-it took over two years to build. This fantastic street rod Vette was built to drive and enjoy with all of todays latest technology while retaining the original 62 look.

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1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA TORC 1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA TORC

1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA TORC

Lot #1337 (Sale Order 125 of 248)

Nicknamed Torc this is the 2016 Worlds Ultimate Mopar and also Axalta Paints booth car for SEMA 2016. Featured in six magazines Torc is soon to be released in a video game. Custom all-steel 1970 Cuda that is Cummins diesel-powered 1000hp and 2700 ft/lbs of asphalt-shredding torque. The full custom Roadster Shop chassis and Ridetech coilovers that this car sits on deliver a killer stance and the 14 Wilwood brakes are just what it takes to get this rocket stopped. Italian leather drapes the interior that includes a single-piece headliner. No detail was too small. Numerous subtle custom modifications reveal themselves on this build from the cowl chops roof and windshield through the handmade dash with an offset Dakota Digital instrument cluster angled towards the driver to the turbo-wrapped exhaust and the trunk. Flush-mounted front and rear glass deliver an ultra-smooth and fluid look to the Cudas body line. Every body panel was worked to contribute to the cohesive feel. Under the hood a compound turbo 6.7-liter Cummins diesel has forged internals dual fuelers custom intake and NOS. Torc knows no boundaries and has a fearsome appearance. **BRANDED AS RECONSTRUCTED**

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1968 SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE 1968 SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE

1968 SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1338 (Sale Order 126 of 248)

This is a genuine Shelby 1968 GT500KR convertible with 4-speed manual transmission 10-spoke wheels and tilt steering. This is a very fine example of a restored KR. It has a documented history and is listed in the Shelby American Automobile Club (SAAC) registry the authority on Shelby automobiles. This car began life in Lime Green and was painted red when restored. The restoration was completed by Kar Kraft the shop that worked on many Shelbys under contract from Ford. A copy of the registration shows that it was registered at the time to Susan Minch wife of Scott Minch owner of Kar Kraft. It was subsequently owned by a state representative of the SAAC. The car was restored with many re-creations of factory touches such as paint approval stamps. The Shelby has won many awards including the Lew Spencer from SAAC 33 and a Senior Award from the American Automobile Club of America. The date codes reveal that all of the components are date-correct and the drivetrain is original.

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1969 DODGE CHARGER 500 1969 DODGE CHARGER 500

1969 DODGE CHARGER 500

Lot #1339 (Sale Order 127 of 248)

With minimal ownership and the original matching-numbers HEMI driveline this Charger 500 has had a comprehensive restoration and a proven Mr. Norms Grand-Spaulding Dodge pedigree. These cars were produced from standard Charger R/Ts by Chrysler using a subcontractor. By adding a flush grille and rear window the hope was to make the cars more manageable at speed but this change required a minimum of 500 street examples be created to legalize the new parts. As a result Grand-Spaulding Dodge in Chicago took delivery of this T5 Copper-painted model with black wraparound Scat stripe and powered by a 426ci HEMI. The original engine is still in this 14523 original-mile vehicle backed by the A727 automatic and Super Track Pak 4.10:1 rear gearing. The only significant changes from stock are the headers installed by Mr. Norms mechanics before the first owner took possession. The car has been more recently subject to a comprehensive restoration. Sporting bucket seats and console HEMI-mandated power steering and brakes and riding on 15 wheels with dog-dish hubcaps the car has stunning curbside appeal inside and out. Two Broadcast Sheets are just the start of the comprehensive paper preserved for this car by only three owners over the last 45 years. The original Chrysler-to-Mr. Norms invoice Day 2 sales invoice from Mr. Norms Window Sticker Bill of Sale Illinois legal paperwork - including title application and more - included as well as a set of period drag slicks and racing photos. A complete Dave Wise vehicle inspection report is also included in this sale authenticating the original born with motor and transmission and all paperwork.

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1970 BUICK GSX 455 STAGE 1 1970 BUICK GSX 455 STAGE 1

1970 BUICK GSX 455 STAGE 1

Lot #1339.1 (Sale Order 128 of 248)

This authentic and documented GSX 455 Stage 1 is a 4-speed car and one of 118 built. It has two original and authentic factory Build Sheets. Matching-numbers engine with SS code for Stage 1 matching-numbers Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. It has every title copy since new including the cars first $2.00 title copy and copy of original Bill of Sale. Its also documented with GSX Historic Society paperwork documenting the cars original options original door VIN tag original owners manual and original starting tag. All of this authentic material is included with the sale. A beautiful ground-up restoration with extreme attention to detail was completed in 2016 using many NOS and original restored parts. No expense was spared. It is finished in beautiful and striking original color of Saturn Yellow code QQ which was only available on the Buick GSX. The original owner Kelse Collins purchased this car new on August 31 1970 at Huling Buick Motor Company in Eugene Oregon. This GSX has remained an Oregon car since new. Original factory options include 455 Stage 1 engine GSX package hood tachometer bucket seats with consolette power disc brakes power steering original non-dot Goodyear Polyglas tires posi-traction rear end gauge package Rally steering wheel Sonomatic radio tinted glass and tilt wheel. The GSX Stage 1 4-speed is judged by many as one of the greatest muscle cars ever built factory rated at 510 ft/lbs of torque - the highest rated in the muscle car era. This car possesses an outstanding authenticity and known history from new and has had a beautiful high-end restoration.

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1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE 1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE

1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1340 (Sale Order 129 of 248)

The Eldorado Biarritz is one of only 1800 produced by Cadillac. The coach-crafted body by Fisher with the revised X-frame architecture allowed for the convertible to be stretched to 222 making it a true 6-passenger convertible. Powered by a 365ci cast-iron-block V8 engine with five main bearings and hydraulic lifters allowing for a strong and silent engine. In addition two 4-barrel carburetors with the iconic batwing air cleaner made quite a statement. This Biarritz is fully equipped including rare factory air conditioning automatic transmission and a hard parade boot. The 129 wheelbase Cadillac rolls on Sabre wheels as well. Although this restoration was done over 13 years ago it has remained in excellent condition and more importantly in great driving condition. From the Jet Black finish and the beautiful red leather to the black Haartz cloth top with red piping this Eldorado is rolling art. Formerly from the Skip Barber Collection.

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1957 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE 1957 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE

1957 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1341 (Sale Order 130 of 248)

This is one of only 630 fuel-injected convertibles offered by Pontiac to the 630 U.S. dealers in 1957 the year Bunkie Knudsen became president of the new GM at Pontiac. He hired John DeLorean and Pete Estes in a move that would mean great things for the Pontiac Division in years to come. The new Strato-Streak V8 engine was introduced and enlarged for the Bonneville to 347ci. Then for extra horsepower a Rochester fuel-injection system was added to the package. Pontiac never published the horsepower rating but it was said to develop 315hp. The huge convertible did 0-60 mph in 8.1 seconds. Unfortunately only 630 were built so few drivers experienced this top-of-the-line Bonneville. The cars were only available in white with blue or red inserts matching the interiors and the convertible tops. This beauty is Kenya White with Fontaine Blue inserts and a Sky Blue convertible top. To complete the package all of the convertibles were fully equipped with power steering and brakes power windows power top and signal-seeking radio. GM optional skirts were added to this beauty. This car has benefited from a body-off restoration over 10 years ago and still shows extremely well testifying to the quality of the work done. The mechanical systems perform as would be expected in a complete restoration. Automatic transmission.

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1957 MERCURY TURNPIKE CRUISER CONVERTIBLE PACE CAR 1957 MERCURY TURNPIKE CRUISER CONVERTIBLE PACE CAR

1957 MERCURY TURNPIKE CRUISER CONVERTIBLE PACE CAR

Lot #1342 (Sale Order 131 of 248)

This 1957 Indy 500 Pace Car was restored to concours condition in 2000 with 32 test miles since the completion. It is factory-equipped with front and back Mercury-only deluxe seatbelts. Its also equipped with optional factory air conditioning which was installed on less than 1% of all 1957 Mercurys built. It was the winner of eight national awards including International Mercury Owner Association Best in Show Hilton Head Concours Best of Class Vintage Weekend Best of Show AACA Grand National First and Senior. It was selected by FoMoCo to return to Indy 500 track in 2004 to pace 50 new 2004 Mercury Marauders for a TV commercial. Signed photo from Sam Hanks winner of the 1957 Indy Race with Pace Car. Its equipped with a V8 engine and automatic transmission.

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1956 DESOTO CONVERTIBLE INDY 500 PACE CAR 1956 DESOTO CONVERTIBLE INDY 500 PACE CAR

1956 DESOTO CONVERTIBLE INDY 500 PACE CAR

Lot #1343 (Sale Order 132 of 248)

This is one of only 100 Indy Pace Cars produced by DeSoto in 1956. It is factory-equipped with rare steering wheel clock HiWay hifi record player and factory deluxe floor mats. It was winner of over eight national awards including Best of Show and Peoples Choice at the Chrysler Nationals Best of Show at the DeSoto Nationals with a perfect score Best of Class at Boca Raton Concours and Best in Class at Keels and Wheels Concours. Its equipped with a V8 engine and automatic transmission.

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1938 CADILLAC SERIES 90 V16 CONVERTIBLE 1938 CADILLAC SERIES 90 V16 CONVERTIBLE

1938 CADILLAC SERIES 90 V16 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1344 (Sale Order 133 of 248)

This beautiful Cadillac is one of only 13 total 1938 V16 convertible sedans produced. It is equipped with an L-head 135-degree V16 431/185hp engine with a 3-speed manual transmission. In addition to their phenomenal engines and the availability of custom and semi-custom bodies the V16s were well-built nicely styled quiet smooth and luxurious.

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1972 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA MATTEL HOT WHEELS SNAKE II FUNNY CAR 1972 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA MATTEL HOT WHEELS SNAKE II FUNNY CAR

1972 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA MATTEL HOT WHEELS SNAKE II FUNNY CAR

Lot #1345 (Sale Order 134 of 248)

This original restored funny car was made famous during the popular Snake vs. Mongoose match racing promotion which occurred from 1970 through 1972. Owned and driven by International Motorsports Hall of Famer and legendary drag racer Don The Snake Prudhomme the Snake II Cuda was built by Lil John Butera and was the second generation of Prudhommes first funny car - the 1970 yellow Hot Wheels Plymouth Cuda. In addition to competing against Tom Mongoose McEwen during their exciting barnstorming match races the Snake II also completed on the American Hot Rod Association (AHRA) tour winning several events and setting several performance records. During the National Hot Rod Associations (NHRA) historic 1973 U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis Prudhommes Snake II set the national elapsed-time record in the quarter-mile at 6.35 seconds. Prudhomme also drove the Snake II to its top speed of 226 mph. This is the original Snake II - restored period-correct and in running condition (SFI certified chassis #C30255). This historic funny car was also featured in the 2013 feature film Snake & Mongoose. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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1989 PONTIAC TRANS AM SKOAL BANDIT FUNNY CAR 1989 PONTIAC TRANS AM SKOAL BANDIT FUNNY CAR

1989 PONTIAC TRANS AM SKOAL BANDIT FUNNY CAR

Lot #1346 (Sale Order 135 of 248)

Winner of the 1989 NHRA U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis and a Bud Shootout Champion this is the last funny car drag racing superstar Don The Snake Prudhomme drove in his career before returning to the Top Fuel ranks in 1990. Prudhomme drove the car to a 5.17-second run and a new NHRA record in the process of winning the Budweiser-sponsored Bud Shootout at Indianapolis where it also won the Funny Car Eliminator at the U.S. Nationals on the same weekend. The Snake describes the Skoal Tobacco- and Pontiac-sponsored flopper as an unbelievably quick car noting that the team spent a great deal of time in Pontiac Divisions wind tunnel facility refining the shape of the body to direct air flow toward the engines air injector scoop and to produce extra downforce at the rear. The latter feature attracted the attention of NHRA officials who promptly outlawed it after the U.S. Nationals. The car is powered by a supercharged nitro-burning aluminum block HEMI engine with fuel injection Mallor twin magneto ignition and overdrive transmission; it utilized a tube frame with solid-mounted front and rear suspension and a 12-gallon fuel tank and rolls on Goodyear Racing rubber surrounding Cragar wheels. This was the first NHRA funny car to break into the teens with 5.193 seconds/265.8 mph in Houston on March 2 1989 and still festooned in its original Skoal Tobacco livery is ready to run. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS SKOAL FUNNY CAR 2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS SKOAL FUNNY CAR

2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS SKOAL FUNNY CAR

Lot #1346.1 (Sale Order 136 of 248)

This original as-ran funny car holds the significant distinction as the last funny car to be campaigned by legendary drag racer and team owner Don The Snake Prudhomme. Driven by Snake Racing driver Tommy Johnson Jr. in National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) competition during the 2007 season the Impala was the last race car in professional motorsports to feature Skoal-branded tobacco sponsorship. Snake Racings relationship with U.S. Tobacco Company was one of the most successful and lengthy marketing partnerships in motorsports history spanning 23 years. Chevrolet as a manufacturer strategically selected Snake Racing as the team of choice to help debut the first-ever Chevy Impala SS body which first took to the drag strip at the 2007 NHRA Winternationals at Pomona California. Later that season the Impala would record two No. 1 qualifier efforts (Englishtown New Jersey and Richmond Virginia) and race to the winners circle at the historic NHRA SuperNationals in Englishtown. The Impala paired with Prudhommes Top Fuel dragster were both category winners of the SuperNationals and marked the fourth time that Snake Racing recorded an elusive double-up victory. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1347 (Sale Order 137 of 248)

This is arguably one of the most desirable color model and horsepower Corvettes ever produced. Factory-equipped with a 1967 427/435hp engine with 4-speed manual transmission triple Tuxedo Black with red stinger side pipes red line tires and convertible top. A three-year restoration performed by Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair in Valley Stream NY was completed in 2009. Of the 22940 Corvettes produced in 1967 only 815 were Tuxedo Black. This car has been validated by experts including the NCRS Roy Sinor and Kevin Mackay. It maintains its original Trim and VIN Tags. In 2009 it received the Triple Diamond award by receiving an NCRS Top Flight Bloomington Gold and Muscle Car Corvette Nationals in the same year. No screw has been left untouched on this car. It is as stunning underneath as it is on top.

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1968 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500E FASTBACK 1968 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500E FASTBACK

1968 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500E FASTBACK

Lot #1348 (Sale Order 138 of 248)

This is a low-production #7 Eleanor Mustang that was built by Unique Performance. Its equipped with a all aluminum 427/525hp engine with electronic fuel injection mated to a Tremec 5-speed with a hydraulic clutch and Currie rear with Ford 9 posi-traction rear. The custom interior features Carroll Shelby embroidered bucket seats and armrest very special option rear bench seat and the glove box was signed by Carroll Shelby. It has rear OA1 gas shocks with Unique Performance front coillovers Shelby-style traction bars Unique Performance rear coilover suspension. It also has a trunk-mounted battery for weight distribution with a battery shut off. Other features include vented air ducts to brakes 10 diaphragm clutch with Tilton cable-type clutch kit PSE wheels and a 22 gallon fuel cell. It has a factory VIN plate and also Unique Performances VIN plate. It has many special features including air conditioning by Old Air Products Hurricane system Shelby signature gauges Moto-Lita wood trim 15 steering wheel and CAE sound dampening custom stereo system with CD player. Also with high performance headers with exhaust exiting through custom side pipes. This is awesome to drive. **TITLE MATCHES DOOR TAG. SHELBY CSX VIN HAS BEEN VERIFIED BY CARROLL SHELBY LICENSING**

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1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE 1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE

1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1349 (Sale Order 139 of 248)

A truly rare find this Candy Apple Red GT500 Shelby convertible has 7900 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title). This is an original survivor that is untouched and retains its all-matching-numbers drivetrain. All the original smog equipment is still in place as well. From the Candy Apple Red paint to the air in the tires this car is all-original. Highly documented all the original paper survives with the car so the documentation is ironclad. Automatic transmission.

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1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA 1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA

1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA

Lot #1350 (Sale Order 140 of 248)

This HEMI Cuda has a 4-speed manual transmission and is finished in High-Impact In Violet paint with no-vinyl top. The original Broadcast Sheet original Fender Tag and original primary and secondary VIN stamps are present and verified by Galen Govier and Dave Wise. This is one of only 284 4-speed HEMI Cudas built for the 1970 model year. It has been concours restored with only test miles since. The engine and transmission are verified as part number and date-code correct. A full Dave Wise report shows an overall rating of 1.7. The Galen Govier visual inspection rating of 1.2 is defined as restored to the maximum professional standards of quality in every area.

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1999 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO VT 1999 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO VT

1999 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO VT

Lot #1352 (Sale Order 141 of 248)

This Diablo VT Platinum Edition is finished in Platinum Titanium over Tobacco Tan leather interior. It features the 5.7-liter V12 engine mated to a 5-speed manual gated transmission. Platinum Edition Diablos came from the factory with the 18 roadster wheels roadster front/rear fascias and roadster SV wing. A custom LOC exhaust system has been installed. A 30000-mile major engine-out service was recently completed including valve adjustment new gasket set new clutch new flywheel new pressure plate new throw-out bearing new pilot bearing all-new rubber hoses new alternator new water pump fluids/filters and new door strut. New tires have also been recently installed. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1953 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 235/150 CONVERTIBLE 1953 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 235/150 CONVERTIBLE

1953 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 235/150 CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1353 (Sale Order 142 of 248)

In 1953 a mere 300 Corvettes were hand-built at the custom-delivery garage located at Van Slyke and Atherton Avenues in Flint MI. This beautiful Corvette is one of those rare cars produced. In the decades since it has received much acclaim and certainly has exceptional pedigree. Part of the pedigree is the prestigious and very difficult-to-achieve Bloomington Gold Certification in 2010. This car was present at the 50th Anniversary Celebration at Corvettes at Carlisle. It has undergone a 12-month restoration by renowned solid-axle Corvette expert Patrick Irving. This car is powered by a matching-numbers 235ci Blue Flame 6 fed by triple carburetors and backed by a Powerglide transmission. The automatic transmission was used because at the time there was no manual transmission equipped to handle the 150hp rating. Complete with the Wonder Bar AM radio the Polo White exterior gleams against the red interior and stunning correct wheel/tire set.

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1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM COUPE 1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM COUPE

1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM COUPE

Lot #1354 (Sale Order 143 of 248)

This car is owned by NHRA Top Fuel funny car driver Paul Lee. It is a very nice no-expense-spared build as well as a SEMA-featured and magazine-cover car. This build started with a complete Art Morrison chassis with C6/3-link Max G chassis Strange 9 Ford rear with 3.73 gears Strange coilovers C6 front spindles rack & pinion up front with Wilwood brakes on all four corners. It rides 5-spoke Weld wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R tires. The car chassis and all-new body panels were sent out for the professional build and custom work. The heart of this car is a 1300hp Arrington Performance Gen II 528ci all-aluminum custom HEMI engine with Holley EFI Edelbrocks new HEMI heads and ProCharger F2 supercharger with the Supercharger Store belt-drive system all custom-built to fit under a modified stock Cuda hood. It has a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with McLeod Racing RXT twin-disc clutch flywheel and hydraulic bearing. Interior features include a Racepak dash Corbeau seats with Simpson belts and full 10-point cage.

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1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE EYE CANDY 1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE EYE CANDY

1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE EYE CANDY

Lot #1358 (Sale Order 144 of 248)

This beautiful custom Corvette is named Eye Candy. This is the first time it will be offered for sale since the incredible restoration was completed. It was restored by world-renowned Patricks Classy Cars of Phoenix AZ. It sits on a GT Sport chassis by Art Morrison and includes chrome 4-link suspension Strange 9 posi-traction rear end and 4-wheel 13 Wilwood power disc brakes. The power plant is a 6.2-liter 556hp LSA supercharged engine with 5-speed manual transmission and a gunslinger shifter. It purrs through Jet Hot-coated custom dual exhaust. It rides on 18 polished Budnik Illusion wheels specifically designed for the handling and performance of this chassis and has BFGoodrich G-Force tires. This stunning one-of-a-kind custom has a deep gloss candied exterior and a cream-colored Italian leather interior. It also features a removable hardtop with matching leather headliner. Steering is power rack & pinion with special one-of-a-kind leather-wrapped steering wheel. Convenience options include power windows air conditioning smoked glass custom console with stainless trim and cup holders touchscreen stereo keyless entry power hood and trunk and custom gauge package.

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1923 MERCER SERIES 6 SPORTING 1923 MERCER SERIES 6 SPORTING

1923 MERCER SERIES 6 SPORTING

Lot #1360 (Sale Order 145 of 248)

With the exception of a stillborn 1931 prototype the Series 6 represents the final Mercer model and with it the end of one of the greatest names in early American motoring. It was produced during the famous Trenton NJ manufacturers final three years during which time Mercer had been saved from Hare Motors an ill-fated attempt at an East Coast GM competitor by former employees among them John Kuser a member of one of the wealthy Trenton families that had established Mercer in 1910. As its name suggested the Series 6 was both a successor to the previous Series 5?famously powered by Eric Dellings robust L-head four?and also Mercers first 6-cylinder automobile with an engine by Rochester and manual transmission by Brown & Lipe. It was a fine powerful sporting automobile true to Mercer tradition but by this time there was little money to build it and few customers to buy it. Series 6 production began in July 1923 and stopped in March 1924; it picked up again in early 1925 and finished that June with only 153 produced in total. This car chassis number 20239 is a Sporting which is essentially a four-passenger version of the famous Raceabout. It features similarly distinctive styling including leather door saddles and dual cockpits for the driver his copilot and two passengers aft. The overall impression for both driver and passengers is of riding in a vintage biplane which was undoubtedly Mercers intention. Records on file from Stan Smith the historian for Mercer Associates record the earliest known owner of this Series 6 as having been a Mr. Stiritz. It was eventually acquired by Harrahs Automobile Collection of Sparks NV. The car was acquired from Harrahs in 1986 by the late Joe Loecy of Cleveland OH a legendary figure in Brass-era automobile circles. It next passed to Alfred Ferrara of Gates Mills OH. Today the Series 6 still wears its fine restoration from the late 1980s with the body finished in pale blue over very smooth panels and black fenders. The maroon leather interior is still in very good condition as are the leather door panels and saddles the wooden trim the dashboard and the floorboards. The level of detail throughout is impressive extending to a correct Mercer-badged Boyce MotoMeter atop the radiator and proper Mercer-badged Rudge-Whitworth wire wheels finished in a dramatic red including the dual rear-mounted spares. The firewall rear frame rail and engine are all stamped with correct numbers in the proper locations. Under the hood is similarly clean and properly finished with correct accessories and firewall wiring and it shows only minor signs of age and wear. Manual transmission.

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1930 CORD L29 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN 1930 CORD L29 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN

1930 CORD L29 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN

Lot #1361 (Sale Order 146 of 248)

Cord has long been known in its period and today for its well-known engineering standards of the time. The L-29 featured front-wheel drive and to accommodate this design platform many things were changed throughout the L-29 to make it a success. This is a solid original car with a very nice older restoration. Under the hood is a 301ci inline 8-cylinder engine married to a 3-speed manual transmission. The outside is adorned with twin taillights chrome wheels with whitewall tires painted hubs dual side-mounted spare tires and a trunk rack with trunk that fits well. The white paint with a blue belt line shows to be in nice order along with the tan leather interior.

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1932 FORD CUSTOM PICKUP 1932 FORD CUSTOM PICKUP

1932 FORD CUSTOM PICKUP

Lot #1362 (Sale Order 147 of 248)

This pickup is a tribute to Harry Miller built to represent a truck if Indy had a truck series race in 1932. Built by Stingers Hot Rod Shop in Indianapolis IN. Took 3-1/2 years with final assembly and paint by Rad Rods by Troy. This 90% hand-built truck is known as the Miller Hauler Special. Shown at Grand National Rodster show in 2010 Detroit Autorama in 2010 and Goodguys Early Truck of the Year in 2010. Engine is Donovan 4-cylinder with Tremec T5 and quick-change rear end 19 Dayton wire wheels 12 Bendix style brakes with custom machined fins Diamond T dash featuring custom Classic Instruments. Body is wedge-shaped chop stretched cowl custom hood custom sides with many polished louvers top and bottom. Awards include Blackie Gejeian Award of Excellence Best Detail Best Rod Truck (Grand Nation Roadster Show) 1st Place Altered Pickup/Outstanding Detail/Outstanding Display/Outstanding Altered Rod (Detroit Autorama) Truck of the Year 2010 (Goodguys). Featured in Street Rodder magazine August 2010 and Goodguys Gazette. Manual transmission.

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1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 BIG TANK COUPE MICKEY THOMPSONS 1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 BIG TANK COUPE MICKEY THOMPSONS

1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 BIG TANK COUPE MICKEY THOMPSONS

Lot #1363 (Sale Order 148 of 248)

Five fuel-injected Z06 Big Tank Corvettes were GM-assigned to legendary racer and team manager Mickey Thompson during 1962. Researched confirmed and documented by Corvette expert David Burroughs Prove It service this vehicle was the personal driver of Mickey Thompson. Extremely rare this is one of 63 N03 Big Tank 1963 Corvette Sting Ray coupes with RPO Z06 racing option. Restored and presented in period appearance including lettering and Rader wheels. RPO Z06 Special Equipment Package based on fully independent underpinnings the new Vette formed an outstanding basis for the race-bred RPO Z06 enhancements including a thicker front stabilizer bar larger diameter shock absorbers and higher rate springs. Braking was improved with greater fade resistance from sintered metallic brake linings while a dual-circuit master cylinder and vacuum booster enhanced safety and reduced pedal effort. Priced at $1818 RPO Z06 cost nearly half as much as the basic Corvette coupe. The large capacity RPO N03 fiberglass 36-gallon fuel tank was tailor-made for endurance races to reduce the need for frequent pit stops. Just 63 Corvettes were so-equipped. Corvettes equipped with RPO Z06 were only available with RPO L84 327ci V8 with 360 rated horsepower courtesy of sophisticated Rochester mechanical fuel-injection 11.0:1 compression free-breathing cylinder heads low-restriction exhaust and a hot solid-lifter camshaft. A Muncie M20 4-speed transmission and posi-traction limited-slip rear end were mandatory options with RPO Z06. To reduce unnecessary weight some Z06 Corvettes left the St. Louis factory with their radios deleted. All told 2610 Corvettes were equipped with the RPO L84 Fuelie engine for 1963. Just 199 were equipped with the RPO Z06 Special Performance Equipment package and only 63 were specified with the RPO N03 36-gallon long range fuel tank. This 1963 split-window Corvette coupe is one of those precious few and it is even more special with confirmed and documented provenance as the daily driver of Corvette racing team owner Mickey Thompson.

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1968 SHELBY GT500 KR CONVERTIBLE 1968 SHELBY GT500 KR CONVERTIBLE

1968 SHELBY GT500 KR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1364 (Sale Order 149 of 248)

This is one of only 22 built in Raven Black with a white top. It has its original sheet metal and Shelby fiberglass. It was meticulously restored to concours standards by trained craftsman over a period of two years using as many NOS and original parts as possible. The KR was powered by Fords new-for-1968 428ci Cobra Jet engine conservatively rated at 335hp. This features a beautifully detailed example date-code-correct for its build and restored to factory specifications. No previous owner has reported removing the original engine. It is backed by its original serialized Toploader 4-speed manual transmission and high nodular-content rear case. A detailed documentation book compiled during the restoration includes all casting numbers and date codes found on the car. The Shelby interior retains its original Shelby console and lid Stewart Warner green-line gauges 140 mph speedometer 8000 rpm tachometer and the original padded roll bar. It was optioned with black decor bucket seats tilt-away steering column AM radio and the Interior Decor Group. It rides on Shelby 10-spoke wheels wrapped in period-correct Goodyear Speedway large-letter tires. It retains its other Shelby unique parts including Lucas fog lamps and sequential taillights. It is documented by the Shelby World Registry the original Order Sheets a copy of the original invoice the original warranty plate the Buck Tag and an Elite Marti Report. Original documents are included. 42000 original miles.

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1965 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK 1965 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK

1965 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK

Lot #1365 (Sale Order 150 of 248)

This exceptional GT350 is presented with no missing or altered components from its build with all of the rare Shelby unique parts from 1965 intact. Also of great importance is the rust- and damage-free original body shell that displays all of the Shelby American modifications performed in just that one year of 1965. Historical research along with supporting documentation reveals that SFM5S219 was completed at Shelby American Inc. in May 1965 and immediately shipped to Herb Tousley Ford in White Bear Lake MN for retail sale. This was always a well-kept unmodified car but a previous owner undertook a very comprehensive restoration in the late 1990s returning the car both cosmetically and mechanically to like-new. An earlier owner also procured a complete Paxton Supercharger conversion direct from Shelby American to be fitted to the original motor. This Paxton is the real deal and extremely rare a specialized unit built exclusively for Shelby to be upfitted to 289 Cobras and GT350 Shelby Mustangs. This outstanding GT350 has had a careful few miles since restoration but is completely sorted to deliver a driving experience no different than it did in 1965. Just in the last months of 2016 the car underwent a very thorough service including the fitment of five new correct Goodyear Blue Dot tires. At the same time a freshening of the cosmetic restoration was performed to achieve the concours-level presentation on this car. 4-speed manual transmission. **TITLED AS A 1965 FORD**

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1966 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I ROADSTER 1966 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I ROADSTER

1966 JAGUAR XKE SERIES I ROADSTER

Lot #1366 (Sale Order 151 of 248)

This beautiful 1966 Jaguar Series I E-type roadster has received a comprehensive no-expense-spared documented restoration by well-known Jaguar professionals. The XKE is in a spectacular color combination of red over a black interior and has benefited from an extensive list of high-performance upgrades and comfort options. During the XKEs restoration it was stripped to down to bare metal then painted wet sanded and buffed to its beautiful finish. The interior of the roadster has been trimmed with a new BASS interior complemented with restored bows and a new soft-top. Under the bonnet the E-Types engine and suspension were completely rebuilt and all other systems were carefully gone through to ensure great driving pleasure. The roadster features a number of mechanical and performance upgrades which includes rebuilding the 4.2-liter with overhead cam engine headers triple SU carburetors a 5-speed fully synchronized transmission and high-torque starter. It also has a stainless-steel exhaust Gaz adjustable shocks Wilwood brakes braided stainless brake lines an alloy radiator with auxiliary fan and poly bushings throughout. Since the restoration the roadster has been well cared for and has been recently sorted by marque specialists at Classic Showcase of Oceanside CA. Its also equipped with optimal performance upgrades and desirable Series I features such as covered headlights comfortable bucket seats toggle switches on the dash fabulous instrumentation a center console and arm rest. The E-Type is accompanied by a JDHT Certificate and a bundle of receipts documenting the extensive restoration process.

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1967 PORSCHE 911S 1967 PORSCHE 911S

1967 PORSCHE 911S

Lot #1367 (Sale Order 152 of 248)

This fully restored first-generation 911S is a matching-numbers example in its original spectacular color combination of 6606 Irish Green over brown with brown houndstooth cloth inserts on the seats. The car was built for its home-market where the Mannheim-based Islinger Porsche agency delivered it to the first owner ex-racing driver Mr. Wilhelm Sebastian of Weinheim Germany. In recent years the 911S has benefitted from a comprehensive restoration to the body paint interior and engine. More recently the Porsche has received full cosmetic and mechanical attention by Porsche professionals at Classic Showcase of Oceanside CA and included a major tune-up overhaul and setup of the Weber carburetors and distributor. The body received a wet sanding and buffing further enhancing the coupes paint finish. Great features of the 911S include a 5-speed transmission Weber carburetors electric sunroof driving lights a Becker Europa AM/FM radio converted to digital with a hidden iPod/iPhone jack and a set of five matching Fuchs alloy wheels.

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1968 FORD SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE 1968 FORD SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE

1968 FORD SHELBY GT500KR CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1368 (Sale Order 153 of 248)

This 428 Cobra Jet has 47000 miles (the title reads mileage exempt) and is #3279 in the Shelby Registry. It was purchased by tennis star Jimmy Connors who gave it to his wife 1977 Playboy Playmate of the Year Patti McGuire. In 2013 a complete restoration was performed by renowned Shelby experts. There are only 47 GT500KR convertibles with this color combination. This car won gold at the SAAC-39 in Division II gold at Mid-America Ford Team Shelby as well as gold at Muscle Car Nationals. The bottom of the car looks just as good as the top. No expense was spared in this restoration. A complete history of the restoration and receipts are available. Additionally a complete Marti Report and complete ownership history goes with the car. 4-speed manual transmission.

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1969 CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88 1969 CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88

1969 CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88

Lot #1369 (Sale Order 154 of 248)

This is one of 116 1969 L88s produced. This Corvette is equipped with a 427/430hp L88 with factory side pipes and the original red line tires that came on the car. With only 16482 original miles this car has undergone a rotisserie restoration by Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair. The car achieved a Triple Diamond status in 2013 with a NCRS Top Flight Award Bloomington Gold Award and was also featured in the February 2015 issue of Vette magazine. The car was originally delivered to Jennings Chevrolet in Glenview IL. It is equipped with the following features as delivered: L88 heavy-duty engine M22 heavy-duty transmission J56 heavy-duty brakes heavy-duty suspension K66 ignition N14 side-mounted exhaust alarm system red line tires and LeMans Blue with black vinyl interior. This particular car has the original engine transmission and the rear assembly still intact as well as all the factory fiberglass.

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2000 BMW Z8 ROADSTER 2000 BMW Z8 ROADSTER

2000 BMW Z8 ROADSTER

Lot #1370 (Sale Order 155 of 248)

This stunningly beautiful Z8 Roadster has 18936 actual miles. An automotive masterpiece it is gorgeous both in and out. Its exquisitely finished in Titanium Silver Metallic over an impeccable interior of soft black leather. The Z8 is powered by the same racing-derived 5.0-liter V8 engine of M5 fame developing 394hp through a proper 6-speed manual gearbox. A limited-production instant collectible the Z8 is a highly desired high-performance convertible and this example is in outstanding condition throughout. BMW USA imported just 317 of these incredible convertibles in 2000. This is an extremely well-kept example of BMWs iconic Z8 Roadster. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1955 JAGUAR XK 140 ROADSTER 1955 JAGUAR XK 140 ROADSTER

1955 JAGUAR XK 140 ROADSTER

Lot #1371 (Sale Order 156 of 248)

This 1955 Jaguar XK 140 SE was just restored. It features a 6-cylinder engine with 4-speed manual transmission. Certified with Jaguar Heritage documentation.

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2011 FERRARI 458 ITALIA JUSTIN BIEBERS 2011 FERRARI 458 ITALIA JUSTIN BIEBERS

2011 FERRARI 458 ITALIA JUSTIN BIEBERS

Lot #1372 (Sale Order 157 of 248)

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase Justin Biebers 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia F1 Edition custom-built by West Coast Customs. Exterior wrapped in Frozen Blue chrome equipped with a wide-body kit by Liberty Walk includes full custom fender flares front splitter side skirt splitter and rear wing. Interior includes a custom 2000-Watt 10-inch subwoofer with matched MB Quart separates. Factory custom interior created to Justins specifications. Custom 20 3-piece Forgiato Dieci-ECL wheels. On 08/26/14 CARFAX shows a California damage report. Vehicle involved in a rear-end collision airbags did not deploy.

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2011 BUGATTI VEYRON GRAND SPORT 2011 BUGATTI VEYRON GRAND SPORT

2011 BUGATTI VEYRON GRAND SPORT

Lot #1372.1 (Sale Order 158 of 248)

Previously owned by undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. this car is finished in a beautiful Pearl White matte finish with a white and red leather interior and red carbon-fiber accents. Current on all services with the wheels and tires replaced recently the car has just over 1668 miles on it. This Bugatti is powered by a W16 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged engine producing up to 1000hp. It has a top speed is 254 mph with a 0 to 60 time of 2.4 seconds. With only 150 Grand Sports built worldwide this is an extremely rare opportunity to own a piece of automotive and boxing history. This car comes with two keys plus the speed key battery charger car cover and presentation booklet.

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2005 FORD GT 2005 FORD GT

2005 FORD GT

Lot #1373 (Sale Order 159 of 248)

Finished in Quicksilver clear-coat metallic 2005 was the only year this color was available. This car features the unique red calipers and lightweight forged-aluminum wheels as options. It was produced December 14 2004 in Wixom MI. Only 550 GTs were built in 2004 as a 2005 model. This car also features an Ebony leather interior and black racing stripes. With 281 actual miles it has been maintained in a temperature-controlled environment. This incredible car is powered by a 5.4-liter engine with a 6-speed manual transmission. Per CARFAX this vehicle has an open recall for passenger airbag inflator replacement.

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2015 FERRARI F12 BERLINETTA 2015 FERRARI F12 BERLINETTA

2015 FERRARI F12 BERLINETTA

Lot #1374 (Sale Order 160 of 248)

Powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine producing 730hp connected to a 7-speed paddle-shifted semi-automatic gearbox. This helps the F12 move from 0-60 in just 3.1 seconds. Finished in white over black interior with special colored stitching prancing horse headrests leather headliner carbon fiber dash board inserts white face rev counter and rear parking camera. This well optioned Ferrari also includes yellow brake calipers Scuderia Ferrari shields and suspension lift system. Included with the sale is a Ferrari car cover and owners manual. A beautiful Italian supercar with 964 actual miles.

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1964 CHEETAH 1964 CHEETAH

1964 CHEETAH

Lot #1376 (Sale Order 161 of 248)

This is #006 competition Cheetah built at Bill Thomas Race Cars in Anaheim CA. It was ordered new in 64 by Jack Goodman owner of Clarence Dixon Cadillac Dealer in Hollywood CA. It is one of 15 known to survive in the world today. This is the only Cheetah ever built and raced with the famous Corvette heavy-duty 427ci L88 aluminum-head racing engine option. Complete nut-and-bolt museum-quality restoration by BTM LLC of Arizona. It currently has the lowest-mile 1967 genuine Corvette 427ci L88 IT-code crate engine. The 67 M22 Muncie 4-speed manual transmission was also rebuilt as was the heavy-duty 4.11 rear axle. This Cheetah still retains its original 4130 chromoly chassis and suspension complete original fiberglass body and original fiberglass and aluminum interior. It has a documented full ownership history of seven owners since April 1964. It was titled and licensed for street use by the third owner in 1969 in Utah. The ID number is visible on the front upper frame rail. It has five years of SCCA/FIA racing history at Times Grand Prix (Riverside) Laguna Seca (Monterey) Willow Springs Pomona Bend (Oregon) Odessa (Texas) Star Dust War Bonnet Davis Monthan AFB (Tucson AZ) Santa Barbara Airport #2 (Utah). It was 1968 Southern Pacific region SCCA A/SR Champion with the 427 L88. The drivers were Jack Goodman Mike Jones Ralf Piccard Jim Phillips and Sid Harmon. The numbers it has raced with are #1 #11 #33 #72. This car was the first Bill Thomas Cheetah ever to attend Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2016. It was ordered new with Corvette Sebring Silver body color black interior 327/375hp fuel-injected Corvette engine 4-speed Muncie transmission triple fuel tanks inside spare tire American Racing wheels and Goodyear Blue Streaks tires. Evolving over three years of racing it was upgraded by Bill Thomas in April 1965 with a wide body Ansen rear wheels with Firestone Indy tires dual Corvette radiators upgraded heavy-duty chassis for the new 396/425hp Corvette engine and M22 Muncie Rock Crusher and disc brakes. It was also upgraded in April 1967 with the new Corvette heavy-duty 427ci L88 aluminum-head racing engine.

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1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE VIN 001 1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE VIN 001

1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE VIN 001

Lot #1377 (Sale Order 162 of 248)

Presented from a private collection are the very first production Firebirds built VIN 001 and 002. They are the most significant Firebirds ever produced and a huge piece of GM and automotive history built at the Pontiac Lordstown OH assembly plant in early 1967. The body tags on each are labeled Show Body 1 on this convertible and Show Body 4 on the coupe. Both cars were used for auto show and advertising purposes before being eventually released and sold. By 1966 the race was really heating up between the big three manufacturers to dominate the pony-car muscle movement that had become so hot. The release of Firebird in 1967 came about under the direction of John DeLorean as a Vice President of General Motors and Pontiac Division General Manager. Pontiacs Chief Design Engineer Jack Humbert was assigned the task of developing the car. He commissioned his very best Pontiac designers for the job. The Firebird was born with a uniquely different appearance and engineering features than its sister car the Camaro although they shared a common body structure. Visually the Pontiac F-body as it was called came with a split-nose grille and chrome bumper a lowered stance wide oval tires horizontal headlights and taillights along with Rally-style side vents. The new Firebird certainly stood out from the crowd. Although Pontiac Firebird was a late entry to the race in January 1967 the car dominated not only in popularity and performance but sales went through the roof. The 1967 Firebird dominated the Pontiac showrooms as well selling in excess of 82000 units that first year even with a late release. Both this convertible and the VIN #002 coupe are very significant Firebirds that were found together; they have been together all these years and never separated. Discovered in a very tired and sad condition they were rescued and painstakingly restored to bring them back to their former glory. 2-speed automatic transmission. **SOLD AS A PAIR WITH LOT 1377.1**

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1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD VIN 002 1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD VIN 002

1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD VIN 002

Lot #1377.1 (Sale Order 163 of 248)

Presented from a private collection are the very first production Firebirds built VIN 001 and 002. They are the most significant Firebirds ever produced and a huge piece of GM and automotive history built at the Pontiac Lordstown OH assembly plant in early 1967. The body tags on each are labeled Show Body 1 on the convertible and Show Body 4 on this coupe. Both cars were used for auto show and advertising purposes before being eventually released and sold. By 1966 the race was really heating up between the big three manufacturers to dominate the pony-car muscle movement that had become so hot. The release of Firebird in 1967 came about under the direction of John DeLorean as a Vice President of General Motors and Pontiac Division General Manager. Pontiacs Chief Design Engineer Jack Humbert was assigned the task of developing the car. He commissioned his very best Pontiac designers for the job. The Firebird was born with a uniquely different appearance and engineering features than its sister car the Camaro although they shared a common body structure. Visually the Pontiac F-body as it was called came with a split-nose grille and chrome bumper a lowered stance wide oval tires horizontal headlights and taillights along with Rally-style side vents. The new Firebird certainly stood out from the crowd. Although Pontiac Firebird was a late entry to the race in January 1967 the car dominated not only in popularity and performance but sales went through the roof. The 1967 Firebird dominated the Pontiac showrooms as well selling in excess of 82000 units that first year even with a late release. Both this coupe and the VIN #001 convertible are very significant Firebirds that were found together; they have been together all these years and never separated. Discovered in a very tired and sad condition they were rescued and painstakingly restored to bring them back to their former glory. **SOLD AS A PAIR WITH LOT 1377**

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1930 DUESENBERG J DUAL-COWL PHAETON 1930 DUESENBERG J DUAL-COWL PHAETON

1930 DUESENBERG J DUAL-COWL PHAETON

Lot #1378 (Sale Order 164 of 248)

This handsome elegant and well-restored example is bodied in the style of the elegant factory catalog LaGrande Dual-Cowl Phaeton. It has been extremely well-restored to a very high standard and presents in beautiful condition. With a new replacement rolling chassis outfitted from the ground-up with original parts the drivetrain was mated and the project moved to the next phase. A replacement body was needed for the chassis so they commissioned this stunning LaGrande-style dual-cowl phaeton coachwork; a beautiful and a highly accurate representation of the original. Since the restoration was completed the car remains in excellent condition throughout. The dark red main body and fenders are accented by a brighter red cove and rear body section a signature flare of Gordon Buehrigs pen. The quality of the paintwork is excellent and showing only the very slightest wear. The extensive authentic chrome trim and brightwork is gleaming. Starting from the front end with its unmistakable radiator grille it wears a pair of genuine Pilot-Ray spot lamps twin trumpet horns dual sidemount spares six chrome wire wheels wearing fresh Firestone 7.00-19 wide whitewall tires a semi-integrated upholstered trunk and twin rear lamps. The detailing is exquisite and the car is quite stunning to behold in person. The red paintwork is complemented by a leather interior which has been artfully crafted from tan hides. Dark red carpets are in excellent order and the top is trimmed in black canvas. Duesenbergs signature engine-turned alloy dash panel is fitted with a full set of original instruments. This being a dual-cowl phaeton rear passengers are treated to their own protective cowl and folding windscreen ensuring comfort when traveling at the kind of speeds a Model J is capable of. Beneath the long elegant hood sits a proper 420/265hp inline-8 engine finished in signature Duesenberg Green with gorgeous polished alloy cam covers polished firewall and bright stainless flex-pipe exhaust passing through the hood sides. The J520-sourced engine runs strong and has benefitted from a recent service by local marque experts. The dedication of the restorers shines through on this gorgeous automobile. A testament to the quality and fine detailing it earned a CCCA Senior Award in 2002. 4-speed manual transmission.

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1930 DELAGE D8 CABRIOLET 1930 DELAGE D8 CABRIOLET

1930 DELAGE D8 CABRIOLET

Lot #1379 (Sale Order 165 of 248)

Chassis #34738 was bodied by the renowned French coachbuilder Henri Chapron and is the only Chapron-bodied D8 C known to survive today. Chapron was known not only for his impeccable understated style but also for the exceptional build quality he imparted in his automobiles. Rather unusually this beautiful Delage was not originally registered in France but rather in Renfrewshire Scotland on July 14 1931 as HS6322 (a registration number which remains with the car to this day). By 1939 it had changed hands to Roland Stanley Bevan of Taunton Somerset who maintained it for 20 years after which it was purchased by Douglas Henry Shrimpton of Dorset. Subsequently around 1960 the car was purchased by Vojta Mashek a renowned early French automobile collector from Chicago. In 1966 Mashek sold the Delage to Homer Fitterling of South Bend IN. Fitterling was well known for among other things an every-year collection of Corvettes a great number of Duesenbergs and this very Delage which he reportedly used to tow the Duesenbergs to shows. The most recent caretaker a longtime collector in the Midwest purchased the Delage from Fitterling in 1973. It was intact solid and ran well but it was ready for restoration. Between 1992 and 1994 the job was entrusted to the renowned facility of LaVine Restorations of Nappanee IN. Subsequently the car was displayed at the 1994 Meadow Brook Concours d Elegance and from 2004 to 2007 was exhibited at the ACD Automobile Museum in Auburn IN in their Gallery of Classics. Though now two decades old the restoration presents exceedingly well having been carefully freshened with new Aubergine paint on the main body complementing the black fenders. The style is conservative but extremely elegant featuring a close-coupled style body with a long bonnet gracefully formed cycle fenders and fabulous torpedo-shaped running boards with integrated storage boxes. A large cabriolet top with exposed irons looks elegant up or down and an upholstered trunk rounds out the look. This is a fabulous-looking automobile from any angle. The light gray leather seating presents in outstanding condition and is trimmed by exquisite inlaid woodwork on the dash and door panels. The Jaegar instruments are faced in cream to contrast the dark wood. The body features excellent brightwork and the engine compartment has been superbly detailed having been lightly used while in the stewardship of the last owner. It is offered with an extensive history file covering its ownership and restoration including correspondence with Delage registrar and historian Peter Jacobs as well as a copy of the Profile Publications volume on the D8 in which this car is pictured.

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1956 AUSTIN PRINCESS JOHN LENNONS 1956 AUSTIN PRINCESS JOHN LENNONS

1956 AUSTIN PRINCESS JOHN LENNONS

Lot #1380 (Sale Order 166 of 248)

Formerly owned by rock n roll legend John Lennon and featured in the 1972 documentary film Imagine this car is documented with an original and signed registration. This Type A135 is powered by a 3995cc overhead-valve Inline 6-cylinder engine with 125hp and 4-speed manual transmission. It features independent front suspension with coil springs a solid rear beam axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs and 4-wheel drum brakes. With a 3353mm wheelbase chassis #DH2-12785 was completed with hearse coachwork by Arthur Mulliner Ltd. of North Hampton. Initially acquired by a generations-old mortuary Ann Bonham & Son the Austin hearse was purchased in August 1971 by John Lennon as reflected by an original registration document that features the legendary musicians printed name and his signature. After extensive use in the filming of Imagine Lennon unusually customized the Princess with two rows of airline seats (complete with ashtray arms) the perfect modification for a rock star and his family. In 2008 the car was donated to the Austin Rock & Roll Car Museum. Exhibited ever since on the museums gallery floors this unique celebrity-owned car has been consistently tended and serviced as needed. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

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1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA SPIDER CONVERSION 1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA SPIDER CONVERSION

1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA SPIDER CONVERSION

Lot #1381 (Sale Order 167 of 248)

The engine of this Ferrari known as the Tipo 251 was developed from the earlier Colombo V12 used in the 275 GTB/4. It features six Weber twin carburetors. This engine produced 352hp with a 0-60 mph acceleration in just 5.4 seconds. The generally accepted total number of Daytonas from the Ferrari Club historians is 1406 over the life of the model. All bodies except the first Pininfarina prototype were produced by Italian coachbuilder Scaglietti which at the time already had a reputable record of working with Ferrari. This is a matching-numbers 365 GTB/4 coupe. The car was professionally converted in the 80s to a 365 GTB/4 Spider by coachbuilder Richard Straman. This car has been owned by the same owner for more than 20 years. It has new Ferrari Fly Yellow paint and a new leather interior with a new set of Borrani wire wheels. The car has 80574 original miles since new - less than 2000 miles per year. This car runs and drives great.

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1932 ROLLS-ROYCE ROADSTER 1932 ROLLS-ROYCE ROADSTER

1932 ROLLS-ROYCE ROADSTER

Lot #1382 (Sale Order 168 of 248)

This 1932 Rolls-Royce Springfield Phantom II is documented by the Rolls-Royce Foundation as a re-bodied Henley Roadster by Brewster and Company and has undergone a recent ground-up restoration. The wire wheels were recently restored and feature all-new chrome and new spokes. The exterior is newly painted in dark blue custom urethane paint. There is a new leather interior and new wool carpets with new matching canvas convertible top. All chrome has been refinished and there are new rubber seals throughout the car. It has new glass and all interior wood trim was refinished. 6-cylinder 7.6-liter engine with 4-speed manual transmission.

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1933 AUBURN 12 161A SALON PHAETON CONVERTIBLE 1933 AUBURN 12 161A SALON PHAETON CONVERTIBLE

1933 AUBURN 12 161A SALON PHAETON CONVERTIBLE

Lot #1383 (Sale Order 169 of 248)

One of the rarest Auburns produced the Murphy-inspired coachwork features long sweeping lines a tall grille and a characteristically short windshield. It is nothing short or gorgeous. The Auburn 12 was one of the most powerful engines offered in 1933 for a road-going car and as such set several speed records that stood for several years. Delivered new to Lee Sturla of Sacramento CA it was sold to Wayne Hersted of Tacoma WA next. After that it passed to the custodianship of Bob Larrabee a wealthy collector who in the 1980s commissioned a no-expense-spared restoration of the car. It was judged in 1984 and again in 1992 by the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club to be a Category One example with its original Lycoming V12 chassis number 1156 and convertible phaeton sedan bodywork built by Limousine Body Company. Certificates accompany the car. Today this rare Auburn shows extremely well with its opulent styling. The paint quality is gorgeous and the exterior brightwork is excellent including chrome knockoff wire wheels. The beltline trim is very elegant. The engine compartment is correctly detailed and unmodified. This car has been freshly serviced and is ready to show or tour. Representing the height of the brands styling it serves as one of the finest cars produced from the Auburn car company. 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive.

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1933 PACKARD SUPER 8 TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER 1933 PACKARD SUPER 8 TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER

1933 PACKARD SUPER 8 TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER

Lot #1384 (Sale Order 170 of 248)

This beautiful 1933 Packard Super 8 Touring 5/7-passenger has a great history. It was owned for many years by Will Hank an early board member of the Packards International Club. It was Packards Internationals magazine cover car in the summer of 1969. It has black-and-gold California license plates issued in the 1960s. It is the third 1933 Packard Super 8 1004 Touring built based on its original data plate serial number 650-12. Its titled to the correct and original 1933 Super 8 engine number 750406. Although it was restored quite some time ago it has good maintenance and careful owners. Many optional features include dual Trippe lights dual spotlights side-mount mirrors Goddess of Speed hood ornament and trunk. It is finished in a copper and ivory color scheme with pinstriping. A wonderful and powerful touring car from the peak of the classic era.

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1934 PACKARD EIGHT TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER 1934 PACKARD EIGHT TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER

1934 PACKARD EIGHT TOURING 5/7-PASSENGER

Lot #1385 (Sale Order 171 of 248)

This beautiful 1934 Packard dual-windshield touring 5/7 passenger car is finished in a lovely and authentic color scheme in two shades of red accented by red pinstriping on the fenders and body molding. The tan cloth top is fitted to oak top bows with a chromed steel mechanism. The car has many optional features including adjustable rear seat windshield dual Trippe driving lights dual spotlights the Packard Adonis hood ornament dual side-mounted spare tires and chrome-plated side-mount mirrors. The Motorola radio is a rare accessory indeed. The car has a rear-mounted trunk rack and painted wire wheels chrome hubcaps and wide whitewall tries. The spacious interior is correctly trimmed with tan leather and tan wool carpeting. The elegant wood-grained dashboard is a wonderful counterpoint to the chrome instrument panel and lovely gauges. The 319ci Straight-8 engine block is properly finished in Packard green with chrome cylinder-head acorn nuts and dual North East coils. This is a wonderful and rare car in a very desirable body style.

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1934 PACKARD EIGHT RUMBLE SEAT COUPE 1934 PACKARD EIGHT RUMBLE SEAT COUPE

1934 PACKARD EIGHT RUMBLE SEAT COUPE

Lot #1386 (Sale Order 172 of 248)

This beautiful 1934 Packard 2/4-passenger coupe displays a high-quality restoration completed in 2005. It was restored and then shown at the prestigious 2005 Meadow Brook Concours dElegance where it won the Lion Award and Blue Ribbon. It also won first in its class at the 2005 Willistead Classic Concours dElegance at the Willistead Manor in Windsor Ontario. It is finished in a very attractive silver color scheme accented by tasteful grey and blue pinstriping. The exterior is further complemented by beautiful brightwork dual fender-mounted lights a Goddess of Speed mascot dual side-mounted spare tires and chrome-plated side-mount mirrors a rear-mounted trunk rack and painted wire wheels with chrome hubcaps and wide whitewall tires. The inviting interior is trimmed with grey wool broadcloth and matching grey carpeting and has been meticulously maintained. The woodgrain dashboard features Packards traditional burled Carpathian elm which is exceptionally elegant in combination with the jewel-like instrument cluster. To the rear the delightful rumble seat is upholstered in matching blue leather. In addition the coupe features a highly detailed engine bay and chassis. A beautiful and sporty classic.

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1934 PACKARD 1934 PACKARD

1934 PACKARD

Lot #1386.1 (Sale Order 173 of 248)

Continuing to epitomize Americas fine-car market during the early 1930s Packard applied a number of careful improvements to 1933s Tenth Series and even more for 1934s Eleventh-Series models which debuted in August 1933. Their outstanding styling was based upon Raymond Dietrichs foundational work and masterful streamlined touches by the multiple award-winning designer Alexis de Sakhnoffsky. Featuring beautifully skirted fenders and V-shaped radiator grilles the Tenth- and Eleventh-Series Packards are rightly considered by todays collectors and marque enthusiasts as some of the companys finest models ever produced. Renowned for their driving dynamics and mechanical sophistication Packards Eleventh Series 8-cylinder models benefited from a number of detail-oriented changes and they remain outstanding tour cars today. Finished in an attractive two-tone livery accented with red pinstriping this Standard 8 coupe is powered by an 8-cylinder engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Comprehensively restored it is equipped with Trippe lights. Offered from the collection of noted enthusiast Gordon Apker this CCCA Full Classic? is eligible for a multitude of events shows and tours.

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2013 ROLLS-ROYCE 2013 ROLLS-ROYCE

2013 ROLLS-ROYCE

Lot #1387 (Sale Order 174 of 248)

This outstanding Rolls Royce is a one-owner vehicle with 16000 actual miles. This is a fully loaded vehicle from the factory with over $63000 in factory upgrades. The sticker price on this one-owner automobile was over $320000. The previous owner kept this car in exceptional condition and the car was mostly driven by a professional chauffeur. It was a special-order car in Cornish White with a full leather Light Creme interior with Dark Spice leather accents. Comes with umbrellas hidden in the door jambs retractable walnut trays for the rear passengers sheepskin floor mats movie theatre sound and every upgrade possible. With a full panoramic roof its powered by a twin-turbo V12 engine with 592hp and automatic transmission. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**

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1938 ROLLS-ROYCE 25/30 CUSTOM BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER 1938 ROLLS-ROYCE 25/30 CUSTOM BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER

1938 ROLLS-ROYCE 25/30 CUSTOM BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER

Lot #1388 (Sale Order 175 of 248)

This Rolls-Royce Boattail Speedster originally started life as a 4-door sedan. During the bombing of London in 1939 GR063 was given to the war effort and converted to an ambulance hearse and saw heroic service throughout the entire war. In the mid-1980s it found its way to Los Angeles as a shot-up derelict and was stripped of its offending coachwork restored and displayed as originally delivered by the factory. After 25 years it was decided that it was time to give GR063 a new life as a very special speedster. In January 2011 a completely new and original body was designed incorporating many new elements including moving the engine transmission and firewall back 18 giving improved balance and handling as well as a more pleasing look. The emergency brake was moved to the outside of the body and new factory rods and inserts were installed. Unibody construction was utilized for strength and a total weight savings of over 2500 lbs. The single hood hinge was replaced with twin hinges to match the shape of the iconic Rolls-Royce radiator. The final result was a much more refined and balanced look. Since completion the speedster has been shown in competition 15 times winning top awards in all outings including Pasadena Art School of Design Peoples Choice Caruso Concours dElegance Peoples Choice and Grand National Roadster Show. 4.25-liter 6-cylinder engine with manual transmission.

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1958 BENTLEY FLYING SPUR 1958 BENTLEY FLYING SPUR

1958 BENTLEY FLYING SPUR

Lot #1388.1 (Sale Order 176 of 248)

One of 18 built this is the definitive bespoke high-performance luxury motorcar of its era. The S1 Continental was a lighter and more sporting model than the standard chassis having a reduced weight of some 225 pounds. It also has the proven and reliable 6-cylinder engine that is coupled to the smooth Hydramatic 4-speed automatic transmission. This example features a factory sunroof and factory R100 headlights. This is the finest example to come to market in recent years having recently completed a Pebble Beach Concours dElegance-quality restoration.

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