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New England Auto Auction™

by Owls Head Transportation Museum
Sat, Aug  27, 2022  9:00 AM   Eastern
The 44th annual New England Auto Auction, hosted by the Owls Head Transportation Museum takes place on August 26th and 27th,2022. New England Auto Auction™ - The nation’s largest and longest-running collector car auction in its class, that solely operates to preserve the legacy of transportation’s pioneers, drawing consignors and bidders from around the world in support of owls Head Transportation Museum!
1966 BMW R-60 1966 BMW R-60

1966 BMW R-60

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 201)

This 1966 BMW R-60 was purchased in 1977 by the current owner. This bike has racked up the miles since then doing frequent road trips, even back and forth to California. In 1979 the owner was injured and the bike was stored inside for a number of years. In 2004 the R-60 was taken out of storage to start riding again. The engine was re-done with the rod-slingers cleaned, a new magneto, new clutch cable, and a revamped brake & fuel system. This motorcycle is sidecar ready with steel wheels and a 6-gallon gas tank. This BMW is ready to ride again with a No Reserve Sale. A title, registration, and front windshield is included.

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1973 MG MGB 1973 MG MGB

1973 MG MGB

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 201)

This 1973 MG MGB is offered at No Reserve. The MG is in good running and driving condition. The engine had an overhaul at 97,000 miles performed by Shep?s Motor in 2003. The 4 cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission run and shift smoothly. A registration is included in the sale.

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1978 Fiat 124 Convertible 1978 Fiat 124 Convertible

1978 Fiat 124 Convertible

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 201)

This 1978 Fiat 124 Spider is offered at No Reserve. The current owner bought the car at the New England Auto Auction? and "Enjoyed the heck out of it". He describes it as in excellent condition and a great little car. The vehicle is powered by a plucky Inline-4 mated to a 5-speed transmission. This Fiat is ready to move on to new drives and adventures. The car is sold with a current registration.
 

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1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata 1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata

1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 201)

This 1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata is offered at No Reserve. The MX-5 Miata was created as a successor to the small British roadsters of the ?50s and ?60s with its simple and effective design, even weight distribution, a plucky 4-cylinder engine, manual transmission, and rear wheel drive. When the Miata was released in 1989, it took the world by storm. It landed on Car&Drivers Best 10 three years in a row, and was named the automobile of the year in 1990 by Automobile Magazine. It quickly became the single best selling roadster in automotive history.

This NA Miata, according to the seller, is in excellent condition. He describes the car as running and driving very well. The engine was rebuilt at 100,000 miles. This Miata also received a new coat of white paint as well as MST Sabre alloy wheels. The MX-5 also comes with a white hard top for rainy weather and a current registration.


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1999 Chevrolet Tahoe 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe

1999 Chevrolet Tahoe

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 201)

This 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe is offered at No Reserve. This is an all original, one owner, Florida car and received meticulous maintenance and service whenever needed. The Tahoe is in very good condition according to the consignor. The 350ci V8 Engine is going strong and runs well. This is mounted to a smooth automatic transmission and 4-wheel drive. Sold with a title.

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1995 Buick Roadmaster 1995 Buick Roadmaster

1995 Buick Roadmaster

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 201)

1995 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon, Collectors Edition
Car spent most of its life in Palm Springs California. Has every option except seat heaters because who needs those in the desert! Runs great and recently serviced. New air bags and air shocks (troublesome dynaride removed). This cars build sheet shows heavy duty everything for towing.
These cars are very unique- they have the LS-1 Driveline which means high output 350 V8 with heavy Transmission. Towed the owner?s 3600 lb travel trailer all over New England just fine. It has a heavy 2? receiver hitch, air bags and air shocks plus trailer brake control as well.
Odometer shows 130k miles, minor bump on hood which was repaired. This car was built in a truck plant and actually has a truck frame in it- compare this to buying even an old pickup- you?re way ahead of the game- just as much capability but a fraction of the price. Also has surprising gas mileage with 25-27 mpg. This is opportunity to get a great non-pickup tow vehicle.
 

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1952 Crosley SuperSport 1952 Crosley SuperSport

1952 Crosley SuperSport

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 201)

This 1952 Crosley SuperSport is offered at No Reserve. A continuation of the HotShot of previous years, the SuperSport is a plucky little sports car. The Super has the same 724cc OHC inline four and 3-speed transmission, however with a few upgrades to the body. The SuperSport has hinged doors and a folding convertible roof. In the late 1980s to early ?90s, this Crosley was subject to a full frame-off restoration. In 1993, the car was entered into an AACA show and won the national prize in its class. This unique little car is ready for its next show. The vehicle is sold with a registration.


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2004 Mercedes-Benz E350 2004 Mercedes-Benz E350

2004 Mercedes-Benz E350

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 201)

This 2004 Mercedes Benz E350 wagon is offered for sale with No Reserve. The E-Class cars were redesigned from the ground up for the 2003 model year with sporty looks, handling, and power. The E350 has more than enough power to boot with its 3.2L V6 making 221 horsepower mated to a smooth 5-speed automatic transmission. Currently the odometer reads 106,000 miles.

Mercedes? E-Class cars were brought firmly into the luxury market with this generation of the model. The wagon comes with 10-way power front seats as standard and an intuitive touch screen infotainment system. Even as the model received a bump up in luxury, it did not forget its past of sheer reliability. Due to their size and dependability, the E350 is used worldwide as luxury taxis, police cars, and even small ambulances. Overall, the consignor states that this is a good vehicle that runs and drives well. This wagon is sold with a title and registration.


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1980 Jaguar XJS Coupe 1980 Jaguar XJS Coupe

1980 Jaguar XJS Coupe

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 201)

This 1980 Jaguar XJS Coupe is offered with No Reserve. This jaguar is an older restoration that still presents nicely today. During that restoration, the Jaguar motor was swapped for a more powerful Chevrolet 350 Small Block making 270 hp. According to the seller the XJS is in very good condition and has very low miles; only 15,290. This Jaguar is sold with a title and registration.
 

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1993 Saab 900 1993 Saab 900

1993 Saab 900

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 201)

This 1993 Saab 900 is a clean, No Reserve car. This Saab is in good condition and taken care of. The vehicle has Saab?s 2.0L four cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Power is put down to the front wheels using a new set of Toyo Tires. The green paint is in good condition as well as the beige interior. The black fabric top folds as it should according to the pictures. This fun little weekend getaway car is sold with a registration and a title.

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1991 Jaguar XJS Convertible 1991 Jaguar XJS Convertible

1991 Jaguar XJS Convertible

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 201)

This 1991 Jaguar XJS V12 has been the consignors summer driver for the past three seasons. It has a great combination of a black exterior and a saddle leather interior. The Jag runs and drives great.
The XJS comes with power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, and a great sound system. It also comes with a new canvas top for the new owner to install.
A wonderful machine for summer fun.
 

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1993 Cadillac Allante 1993 Cadillac Allante

1993 Cadillac Allante

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 201)

This 1993 Cadillac Allante is being sold with no reserve. 1993 was the final year for the Allante and the only year it had the 290 horsepower, 32 valve, Northstar V8. This Allante is in excellent condition. The A/C compressor was replaced in 2017; the alternator was rebuilt in 2019; and new Michelin Defender T+H tires were installed in 2020.

The Allante was built on what is called the world?s longest assembly line, or the ?Allante Air Bridge?. The bodies were made in Italy by Pininfarina, then flown on modified 747 jets to Detroit, where they were mated to the chassis and engines.

This car comes with an owner?s manual and GM 93 Allante shop manual. With only 47,000 miles, it?s ready for new adventures. Sold with a clean Massachusetts title.


UPDATE: As of 8/23/22, the rear pull down motor for the power roof has just sprung an issue. The owner of the vehicle will repair/replace the part to assure the proper operation of the roof with no extra cost to the buyer. 

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1975 Jeep CJ5 1975 Jeep CJ5

1975 Jeep CJ5

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 201)

This 1975 Jeep CJ5 is ready for the beach. This Jeep is described to be in good running and driving condition by the seller. It has been recently serviced and has new tires. The car has bolted adjustable seats, a roll bar, and a soft top. This vehicle is sold with a title.

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1953 JEEP WILLYS 1953 JEEP WILLYS

1953 JEEP WILLYS

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 201)

Offered for No Reserve, this 1953 Willys Jeep is a clean example of the classic Army Jeep. The original owner was a Korean War veteran and his family loved and cared for this Jeep. Circa 2005, the family decided to restore the Jeep to its former glory. The current owner describes this Jeep in very good condition, virtually rust free, and a very solid frame. The 134 ci ?Hurricane? inline 4 is described to ?run beautifully? however ?the transmission takes a little getting used to?. Included with the car is a military hand crank field telephone, 2 grenades ,dash mounted military fire extinguisher and a helmet. This car also comes with a current registration and a title.

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1962 Triumph Herald Convertible 1962 Triumph Herald Convertible

1962 Triumph Herald Convertible

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 201)

1962 Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible.

1147 cc 4-cylinder, 4-speed transmission

In present ownership for about 15 years. Runs well, starts easily. Old repaint showing deterioration. Very good underneath. Good tires. Top is good but does show some shrinkage. New battery 2022.


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1960 Austin-Healey Sprite 1960 Austin-Healey Sprite

1960 Austin-Healey Sprite

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 201)

Offered for sale with No Reserve is the 1960 Austin-Healey ?Bugeye? Sprite. Over the last 25 years, this Austin-Healey has been lovingly cared for by its current owner as a fun summertime vehicle and has had only three owners total since 1973. During the current owner?s guardianship, this Sprite has been meticulously maintained by long time and well-respected foreign auto mechanic John Shepard of Shep?s Imports in Union, Maine. A valve job was performed on the 928cc/43hp engine in 2018 by Shep?s Imports. The consignor describes this vehicle as an extremely reliable and attractive true authentic driver. Sold with a registration.


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1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe 1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe

1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 201)

1987 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe with 59k Original Miles. 2.3l 4cylinder turbo engine with 5 speed manual transmission. 2 owner car was with the original owner until 2019 when I bought it. He and his wife purchased the car new in New Hampshire and drove it sparingly as a second and then moved the car to Cape Cod, Massachusetts where it has remained through present ownership. Original window sticker from their purchase in 1987 goes with the car.

Very unique car in nice condition that you don't often see--it's comfortable, quick and a lot of fun to drive. The Thunderbird Turbo Coupe was Motor Trend's 1987 Car of the year and was an American coupe with a European Grand Touring Flair. Thanks to the Turbo 4 cylinder engine, especially combined with the 5 speed, this car has plenty of power while being surprisingly fuel efficient. It's engaging on back roads, comfortable on the highway.

Turbo Coupe runs and drives great, has a recent set of Michelin tires with only 1500 miles on them, just passed MA inspection without any issue for another year and is ready for its next owner to drive and enjoy.

 

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1995 Pontiac Trans-AM Convertible 1995 Pontiac Trans-AM Convertible

1995 Pontiac Trans-AM Convertible

Lot #17.1 (Sale Order 18 of 201)

This black Trans-Am convertible with just 125,000 miles has the LT-1 350ci V8 engine, automatic transmission, and posi rear end. It has recently had new head gaskets installed, tune up, new starter, and fluids. The tires, braked, and suspension are all in good condition. The car runs and drives nicely. Sold with a title.
 

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1981 Mercedes 380 SL 1981 Mercedes 380 SL

1981 Mercedes 380 SL

Lot #18 (Sale Order 19 of 201)

1981 Mercedes-Benz 380SL, 68,000 miles
3.8 liter v-8, automatic transmission, power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes power windows leather seats, two tops. Cassette player, alloy wheels'. Two owner car,' Original paint and interior. Double row timing chain by Autometrics, Brunswick. Service record summary since 2012. Original wheels with very good tires, original radio, stand for the hardtop with cover
 

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2007 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 2007 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

2007 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Lot #18.1 (Sale Order 20 of 201)

This 2007 Ford Mustang GT Convertible is a one owner car. It was owned by a mechanic its entire life and is in very good condition. The 4.6L V8 engine runs very well with its recently rebuilt automatic transmission. The Ebony black paint is in great condition with a tan interior. Sold with a title and registration.

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1929 Ford Model A 1929 Ford Model A

1929 Ford Model A

Lot #19 (Sale Order 21 of 201)

This 1929 Ford Model A pickup is an older restoration that still shows today. This Model A has Ford's dead reliable 201ci inline four mated to a sturdy 3-speed transmission. According to the consignor, this pickup is in excellent condition all around and drives well. It is painted in a black on black paint scheme with wood bed racks and nicely finished chrome. This vehicle will be sold with a title and registration.
 

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1911 Ford Model T Touring 1911 Ford Model T Touring

1911 Ford Model T Touring

Lot #20 (Sale Order 22 of 201)

This 1911 Ford Model T Touring was owned by the well known Model T Engine Rebuilder, Ed Stein, from 1960 until 2021. During his 61 years of ownership, the car was restored to a well running touring car. The motor was retrofitted with an electric starter and runs well. The wheels were swapped for demountable rims with 2 spares. All of the frame, body, brass, and sheet metal is original to 1911 as well as most of the other components. The original engine block and a recent registration is included in the sale.

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1947 Ford Super Deluxe 1947 Ford Super Deluxe

1947 Ford Super Deluxe

Lot #21 (Sale Order 23 of 201)

Offered for sale with No Reserve is this 1947 Ford Super Deluxe coupe. Under the hood it is powered by a classic 239ci Ford V8 engine with a manual transmission. The exterior is a deep red color with a red and black interior. According to the consignor this Ford coupe is a good, fun car to drive and enjoy. Sold with a Title and registration.

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1918 Chevrolet 490 Roadster 1918 Chevrolet 490 Roadster

1918 Chevrolet 490 Roadster

Lot #22 (Sale Order 24 of 201)

This 1918 Chevrolet 490 Roadster is an older frame-off restoration that has just been removed from long term storage. This Chevy Runs and drives well. This 490 also has the rare roadster body style with most 490s being touring cars. The car is equipped with a Stewart speedometer, a Chevrolet script motormeter, and white wall tires. Sold with a New Hampshire registration.

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1914 Ford Model T Touring 1914 Ford Model T Touring

1914 Ford Model T Touring

Lot #23 (Sale Order 25 of 201)

Offered for sale without reserve, is this 1914 Ford Model T touring car. According to the consignor, this particular Model T was driven by its owner at the time in the opening scene of Disney?s movie Tuck Everlasting.  According to the consignor, this vehicle was a strong original car that was toured and used reliably in the 1950?s and 60?s in Virginia. In the early 1970?s the body was removed, and the body wood repaired properly by Amish carriage makers. It is powered by its original 1914 Model T engine with planetary transmission. A Model T starter has been added at some point in the vehicle?s past; however, the original aluminum non-starter hogshead is included in the sale. A full set of headlamps, side lamps, and horn compliment this car. Overall, the owner describes this as a nice driving classic 1914 Model T Ford. Sold with a registration.


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1931 Ford Model A Leatherback 1931 Ford Model A Leatherback

1931 Ford Model A Leatherback

Lot #24 (Sale Order 26 of 201)

Offered for sale with No Reserve, this classic 1931 Ford Model A Leatherback sedan is officially described as the 190-A. The deluxe style body was produced by the Murray Body Company for Ford. Overall, this older restoration still presents itself very well, and the consignor describes the vehicle as being in very good to excellent condition. Under the hood, the engine runs extremely well, and the vehicle drives like a Model A Ford should. The classic dark burgundy color with black fenders perfectly accents the leatherback. Sold with a title.


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1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible 1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible

1953 Mercury Monterey Convertible

Lot #25 (Sale Order 27 of 201)

In 1952, Ford knew it needed a brand to compete with Pontiac, Studebaker, Hudson, and the likes. So they revamped the Mercury company with the all new Mercury Monterey. This one in particular is a very clean example. It has the famous 255 ci Ford flathead V8 mated to the extremely desirable and innovative Merc-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. This car was coated in Mercury?s Yosemite Yellow paint with a tan convertible roof. The interior is fresh with full carpeting, black and yellow leather seats, matching door/dash accents, and power windows. The owner of the car describes the condition as very good. He is also in the process of installing power seats and will include a power steering setup in the sale. This car is sold with a title.

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1941 Crosley Convertible 1941 Crosley Convertible

1941 Crosley Convertible

Lot #26 (Sale Order 28 of 201)

This 1941 Crosley Convertible Sedan is a rare and cute little car being offered at no reserve. The early Crosley line of cars was manufactured in Cincinnati, Ohio as part of a fleet of small car offerings from the same manufacturer of radios and refrigerators today. The dry weight of the car is only 925 lbs! The car was deliberately made narrow enough to fit through the doors at Macy?s department store in NY where they were offered for sale. The Crosley came wit a 12 hp Waukesha 2-cylinder, horizontally opposed, air cooled engine with a 3-speed manual transmission. This engine was also used to power orchard sprayers of the period.

This particular Crosley has been in the owner?s family for approximately 40 years. The owner?s uncle started restoration work and had the car painted, seats reupholstered, and engine rebuilt. The father obtained it from his brother in the mid 90s and was used in parades and at the Owls Head Transportation Museum as an exhibitor for shows in the summer.

The car came into possession of the owner after his father?s passing in 2011. Since then wiring has been improved, upholstery has been completed using originals as patterns. A new convertible top was fabricated and installed with framework kept with the car for what seemed like forever. The car now closely resembles the one advertised at the 1939 Worlds Fair in NY.

Documentation includes an original registration card from 1953 showing that the car at the time was registered in Port Chester NY. Also Crosley club literature, parts lists, service manual, etc. The owner states that the lights work, car starts reliably, and the brakes work properly. The only things that need attention are a new speedometer cable and a working windshield wiper unit (both of which are included in the sale) This car is also sold with current registration.


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1951 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible 1951 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

1951 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Lot #27 (Sale Order 29 of 201)

This 1951 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible is a luxury daily driver. According to the consignor, the car has been very dependable and is in good condition. The V8 engine runs well and the automatic transmission shifts smooth. Sold with a registration. 

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1958 Edsel Citation 1958 Edsel Citation

1958 Edsel Citation

Lot #28 (Sale Order 30 of 201)

Named after Edsel Ford, the son of Henry I and father of Henry II, the Edsel brand was Ford?s first attempt to break into the mid luxury market. While it shared a price range with the Mercury brand, Edsel was strongly marketed as the car of the future to honor Edsel Ford?s pioneering legacy. The Edsels featured a number of innovative technologies, including a push button automatic transmission and a speed limit warning system. Unfortunately, the Edsel brand was not meant to be, but the cars still live on.

This example of a 1958 Edsel Citation is in excellent condition and has all the bells and whistles that the Edsel brand had to offer. The vehicle has Ford?s 410ci V8 engine making 345hp. It is mated to the Teletouch Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission ? a push button automatic that was ahead of its time. This Edsel is equipped with a unique spinning dial speedometer, a knob operated speed warning light, and the Novi Recirculating air conditioning system that has been recently serviced and charged. This vehicle is also one of only 2781 Edsel Citations sold in 1958. This is an opportunity to own a highly optioned and rare classic car. Sold on bill of sale ONLY.

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1936 Ford Pickup 1936 Ford Pickup

1936 Ford Pickup

Lot #29 (Sale Order 31 of 201)

Check. out this unrestored example in orig. condition with only one single repaint from the early 60?s. This very unique find has spent its entire life in northern Maine and has an interesting history of ownership history over the past 37 years~ The all steel body, fender?s, bed, running boards, cab, doors, frame & underside are in nice solid condition. Washington Blue I Tacoma cream fender?s with a Black leather bench seat. This RARE find has the most beautiful door?s that open & close with a touch of a finger .The bed is also in excellent shape . This model 67 has been verified as a #?s matching truck on the entire drivetrain. LB dated block, Vin # on the trans. matches the frame?s Vin # as well as the rear end that is also original to the truck. The truck has New Coker classics wide white wall bias ply tires, new clutch,.pressure plate & throw out bearing. Even the original flywheel was turned they have a raised edge from our understanding. The truck still has its 6 volt system, spare side mounted tire with orig. wheel lock and flip spare tire hub cap which we?ve never seen before on the old trucks. This truck has lots of character. It is an extremely solid truck that was always stored indoors and has never seen the element of salt, well maintained and drives like a dream.

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1979 Ford F-100 Ranger Lariat 1979 Ford F-100 Ranger Lariat

1979 Ford F-100 Ranger Lariat

Lot #30 (Sale Order 32 of 201)

This 1979 Ford F100 short bed fleetside was considered a top of the line model at the time.  Highly desirable within the collector truck market, this F100 features  the Ranger and Lariat packages. According to the consignor, this truck began its life as a Southern truck and remained as such until purchased by the current family 15 yrs ago. The original manual and warranty card is included confirming the status as a Southern Truck.   It has been well cared for the entire time.  At the time of purchase the truck had the current engine, a period-correct 429ci V8, which at some point was installed by a previous owner.   According to the owner, who represents the vehicle as a very good condition vehicle,  this truck runs and drives extremely well.  The interior is in excellent condition.   The tires are wrapped around cragar wheels and a nice looking hard tonneau covers the bed.    This truck is ideal for the person that wants a quality great classic American pickup to drive and that shows great, while still not afraid to take to the hardware store for a parts run.  Sold with a title.

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1969 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab 1969 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab

1969 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab

Lot #31 (Sale Order 33 of 201)

This 1969 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab is ready to drive or restore. This has one of the V8 options and in good condition. The Bronco has a protective bed-liner coating the car for extra protection off road. Sold with a title.

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1972 Citroen 2CV 1972 Citroen 2CV

1972 Citroen 2CV

Lot #32 (Sale Order 34 of 201)

This is a 1972 Citroen 2CV Charleston in Rouge Delage (AC446 or GKA/EKA) over Noir (AC200 or GYA/EXY). The body and paint are original, and in good condition. The vehicle was placed on a new galvanized chassis by Burton Car Co. in the Netherlands. The engine and transmission are not new or rebuilt, but have been fully serviced and are in fine running condition. A ?123? electronic ignition system has been installed. The tires, upholstery and convertible roof all have been replaced recently. Much mechanical work was done by Burton: rebuilt carburetor, in line fuel filter, fuel gauge sending unit, fuel line, various drive shaft boots, 2 of: windshield wiper arm pivot mechanism, heater control cables, under hood sound insulation, battery holder w. voltage regulator attachment, bumper rubbers, over rider rubbers, engine oil+filter, transmission oil, spark plugs, spark plug cables, air filter, valve cover gaskets special, galvanized chassis, chassis mounting hardware, 4 of: suspension cylinder mounting and adjustment hardware; complete set, 2 of: steering ball joint rebuilding hardware, all new axle to frame bolts and lock? plates, ignition key and locking mechanism, differential seals, electronic voltage regulator, headlight bulbs, shock bolt hardware, Valeo clutch kit, input shaft bearing and seal flywheel side, shift lever rubber bushings, rear wheel brake cylinders, rear brake installation kit complete, tum signal relay, left front turn signal assembly, exhaust system, exhaust installation kit deluxe.

The engine and transmission are of mid-eighties specifications; i.e. the vehicle has the latest 602 cc engine with a double barrel carburetor and external oil filter. This engine runs fine on unleaded premium gas. The transmission is a late model four speed with disk brakes. A copy of an original English language owner?s manual comes with the car.

This Citroen 2CV is sold with a title and registration.


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1974 Volkswagen Beetle 1974 Volkswagen Beetle

1974 Volkswagen Beetle

Lot #33 (Sale Order 35 of 201)

This 1974 Volkswagen Beetle is described by the consignor as being a very good overall with relatively low original miles, 54,141.  Also according to the consignor it had one previous owner and originally the vehicle came from California.  Books and records come with the vehicle.  Sold with a title.

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1955 MG TF 1955 MG TF

1955 MG TF

Lot #34 (Sale Order 36 of 201)

1955 MG TF 1500
1466cc 4-cylinder, 4-speed transmission, right hand drive domestic market car. Wire wheels, new tires 2020, good top with vinyl tonneau cover. Leather seats, wind wings, driving lamps. Excellent driver. Not a restored car; maintained as needed over the years. Body has never been off frame. Underneath is very original.
 

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1972 Fiat 500L 1972 Fiat 500L

1972 Fiat 500L

Lot #35 (Sale Order 37 of 201)

This 1972 Fiat 500L is currently owned by a longtime collector and enthusiast of quality micro-cars.   Overall, this Fiat is described as being in excellent condition and is a fine example of a vehicle that has been properly cared for. 

When driving down the road, the owner describes this Fiat as ?a cute little car? that runs exceptionally well.  The 2cyl engine and four-speed transmission provide more than enough power to ride around town on a fun excursion.  

Originally imported from Italy, the current owner purchased the vehicle in Arizona. The combination of the exterior red finish, white wall tires, and black vinyl sunroof work together to create an attractive look for this little car.  Extremely clean inside and out, small Italian micro-cars in this condition are hard to find and would be a welcome addition to any micro-car enthusiast?s collection.  Sold with a registration. 


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1985 Pontiac Firebird 1985 Pontiac Firebird

1985 Pontiac Firebird

Lot #36 (Sale Order 38 of 201)

Third-generation F bodies are hot now. Here we have a 1985 Firebird that is an amazing original example with less than 29,000 original miles. This Firebird is a head turner in its original yellow color and features the peppy, fuel-injected 2.8-liter V6 coupled to a four-speed automatic. Other highlights include factory wire wheel covers, ice-cold A/C, AM/FM stereo radio and rock-solid body panels and undercarriage. The Firebird runs very well and would do its new owner proud at the next Radwood event.
 

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1992 Ford Mustang GT 1992 Ford Mustang GT

1992 Ford Mustang GT

Lot #37 (Sale Order 39 of 201)

This 1992 Ford Mustang GT is a fine example of a Foxbody Mustang. This mustang is very original with very few, but tasteful modifications. Those modifications include LED headlights, Pioneer radio, and a paint matched Saleen rear spoiler. This car has its original factory sunroof and A/C which blows cold. The iconic 5.0L V8 engine runs excellently with its smooth-shifting 5-speed manual transmission. This low miles and well cared for Mustang is sold with its original spoiler, original headlights, and a registration.

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1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible

1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible

Lot #38 (Sale Order 40 of 201)

This 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible is a rare and real SVT Cobra. This vehicle has the iconic 5.0L V8 and was the last of the cars to receive it with 1995 being the final year of the engine. The Cobra has the factory SVT-tune with a 5-speed manual transmission & posi-traction rear end. This Ford was never modified; all factory/stock besides upgraded induction hood and side exhaust. All leather interior with all power options and Cold A/C. Original paperwork and books included as well as a title.


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2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

Lot #39 (Sale Order 41 of 201)

This 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S is a very well maintained example of the 911 marque. The Vehicle was bought in California and kept in the same family for those 18 years. This Porsche has 13 factory options including a stainless steels exhaust, the Bose high end sound package, and a full leather interior. This 911 is powered by Porsche?s 3.6 litre flat 6 making a healthy 320hp. This is mated to a ?Tiptronic? automatic transmission with a manual paddle shifting mode. The seller describes the car to be in excellent condition through and through. This car also has a clean carfax and is sold with a title.


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1969 Ford Fairlane 500 1969 Ford Fairlane 500

1969 Ford Fairlane 500

Lot #40 (Sale Order 42 of 201)

This 1969 Fairlane 500 SportsRoof is a one family-owned car from new.  It was fully restored by the original owners and has been sparingly driven and shown since.  Included with the car is a large file of documentation showing the history on the car.

This is a very rare car as fastback Fairlane?s were ordered by younger drivers, used and abused making survival rate for these very low,  this was ordered new with the 302 V-8 engine coupled with a C-4 automatic transmission.  The result was a very fast car that was carefully preserved for decades prior to restoration.  It was a rust free car with no accident history.

Another nice point about this car is it is stock.  Only a period correct tachometer has been added to the interior.  A free flow exhaust system is the only mechanical modification.  The car has a great sound and is incredibly fast.  According to Ford records, only 11,386 were built in 1969 with the 302.  It starts easily, warms quickly and is a blast to drive.  A binder with restoration pictures, original bill of sale, and original title for historical purposes comes with the car. The car has a great look, is very rare and is ready for touring right out of the gate. This car is Sold with No Reserve, its original bill of sale, and a title.


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1946 Ford Super Deluxe 1946 Ford Super Deluxe

1946 Ford Super Deluxe

Lot #40.1 (Sale Order 43 of 201)

This clean 1946 Ford Super Deluxe is offered at No Reserve and is a great weekend driver. There has been some recent service done on the car including a tune-up, new gas tank, and new brakes. According to the consignor, The vehicle is in very good, running and driving condition. This is a great chance to own a classic 40s Ford. 

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1955 Ford Thunderbird 1955 Ford Thunderbird

1955 Ford Thunderbird

Lot #41 (Sale Order 44 of 201)

This 1955 Ford Thunderbird has been owned by the current  caretaker for over 30 years and comes from the stable of a longtime collector of quality specialty automobiles

Overall, this Thunderbird is described by is current owner as an excellent automobile that has been well cared for its entire life.  The original body has been repainted once.  Under the hood this vehicle is powered by a recently rebuilt 312ci V8 paired to a 3 speed manual transmission with overdrive.  The engine has the optional Thunderbird ?dress kit,? and the wheels have the optional wire wheel covers.  New beige hartz canvas was used to replace the aging convertible top.  The electrical system was converted to 12volt and the carburetor was upgraded to the four barrel option.  Sold with a registration.  


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1956 BMW Isetta 1956 BMW Isetta

1956 BMW Isetta "Bubble Roof Z"

Lot #42 (Sale Order 45 of 201)

In 1950?s Germany, BMW was looking to get the German population into cars. Due to certain laws at the time, if a car was small enough, a motorcycle license could be used to drive a car. So in 1955 BMW released their own version of Iso SpA?s Isetta onto the market with big success. BMW used the styling of the Italian design, but completely re-engineered the car to BMW specifications. This included a much more reliable BMW motorcycle engine capable of 53mph. In 1956 BMW released a new version of the Isetta: The Isetta 300. This new trim level retained the ?bubble roof? body style, but bumped up power with a 298cc motorcycle engine. This engine had an improved 13hp and 14lb/ft of torque. This helped solve the cars issues on climbing hills while still retaining its ability to be driven with a motorcycle license.

This 1956 BMW Isetta is one of those 300s. Nicknamed the ?bubble roof Z?, this car has the 298cc engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. This microcar also has the desirable ?bubble roof? and is coated in a yellow/black paint scheme. This car is in possession of its current owner for over 26 years and was well maintained during that time. The owner recently had the car serviced with a tune-up and a brake rebuild. It is also described to run and drive very well by its owner and is in excellent condition. A registration is included in the sale.


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1986 Chevrolet C-10 1986 Chevrolet C-10

1986 Chevrolet C-10

Lot #43 (Sale Order 46 of 201)

This 1986 Chevrolet C10 Silverado is one of the nicest Square-Body Chevy's around. According the consignor, This truck is in excellent 'like new" condition with only 39,000 miles on the odometer. All power windows work as they should along with the original radio, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, and dual gas tanks. The 305ci V8 runs excellently with a smooth shifting automatic transmission. This is a great chance to own a high school dream truck. Sold with a title.

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2012 Ford F150 EcoBoost & 1979 Fruehauf Car Trailer Combo 2012 Ford F150 EcoBoost & 1979 Fruehauf Car Trailer Combo

2012 Ford F150 EcoBoost & 1979 Fruehauf Car Trailer Combo

Lot #44 (Sale Order 47 of 201)

This F150 and Car trailer combo is a towing setup ready to go. The 2012 Ford F150 EcoBoost has been well taken care of and is in good running and towing condition. The 1979 Fruehauf Car Trailer is also in good condition with functioning electric brakes and trailer lights. Both the Ford and the Fruehauf are sold as a package deal. The pickup comes with a title and the trailer comes with a registration.

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1957 Ford Thunderbird 1957 Ford Thunderbird

1957 Ford Thunderbird

Lot #45 (Sale Order 48 of 201)

This 1957 Ford Thunderbird is a fine example of one of the most iconic cars in American automotive history.  When it first debuted in 1955, the Thunderbird was marketed as a personal luxury automobile.  Designed to reflect both style and speed, the Thunderbird was meant for smooth cruising and luxury touring with the power and performance to put on a show when needed.   From 1955 to 1957, the 'baby birds" as they have affectionately been nicknamed, were the only years of the Thunderbird being a two seat roadster.   Described by the consignor as being in very good condition throughout, this 1957 Thunderbird is powered by the Ford 292ci "Y" Block V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission.  Thunderbird comes equipped with the dual four-barrel carburetor setup which was available at the time as a dealer installed option.    On the exterior, this Thunderbird is painted in the iconic Ford Coral, a highly desirable color for the collector car market today.  According to the consignor this vehicle comes with both its soft top and accessory hard top.  The Hard top is not painted, so the prospective buyer is free to paint it whatever color they choose.   Sold with a title.

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1953 Mercury Monterey Hardtop 1953 Mercury Monterey Hardtop

1953 Mercury Monterey Hardtop

Lot #46 (Sale Order 49 of 201)

This 1953 Mercury Monterey is an excellent example of a now hard-to-find, early 50s Mercury. This Monterey originally came from California, where it was purchased by its current owner. It remains an original car, largely thanks to the high level at which it has been maintained throughout its life. Under the hood, it?s powered by a 255ci flathead V-8 engine and a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. According to the consignor, this car comes in excellent condition. Sold with a registration.


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1940 Ford Deluxe 1940 Ford Deluxe

1940 Ford Deluxe

Lot #47 (Sale Order 50 of 201)

This 1940 Ford Deluxe is a very solid all-steel California car. The vehicle was fully restored and shows itself very well. It has a rebuilt drivetrain including the Flathead V8, 3-spd manual trans, clutch and suspension. This Ford was given an upgraded dropped front axle and dual exhaust, Coker radial whitewalls, and an excellent finish to the chrome. This Deluxe has a beautiful original-style interior with full leather seats and gorgeous Art Deco gauges. This ?40 Ford is sold with a title.


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1947 Mercury Series 79M Convertible 1947 Mercury Series 79M Convertible

1947 Mercury Series 79M Convertible

Lot #48 (Sale Order 51 of 201)

This is a rare 1947 Mercury Eight Model 79 M V-8 Convertible Coupe. A beautiful example that is fresh from the Bobby McGowan estate here in Connecticut where it had resided in his possession for over 20 years. Prior to that, it came from a decasdes-long ownership from a local Connecticut collector who restored the car to a high level winning an AACA junior and Senior Award in the 1990?s. Today the car still looks great finished in its original and incredibly scarce special-order color of Pirate Red with matching leather with tan cloth interior. We treated it to a cosmetic detailing as well as a new black canvas top bound in matching red leather. The top is a power top for ease of operation, and it works as it should with all aspects inspected.

Mechanically we completed a full service including a carburetor rebuild, coolant system flushing, changing of all fluids and a brake service. It runs and drives incredibly well. The restoration has held up well and is ready for top down driving this summer.  It is tour ready and while it is no longer concours condition, it still likely ranks as one of the prettiest Mercuries out there.


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1964 Ford Falcon Convertible 1964 Ford Falcon Convertible

1964 Ford Falcon Convertible

Lot #48.1 (Sale Order 52 of 201)

This 1964 Ford Falcon is a cleanly restored convertible. The current owner purchased the car several years ago from a previous owner who restored it. The Falcon has the 298ci Ford V8 popularized by the first generation mustang. This engine is mated to an automatic transmission. The vehicle?s yellow paint shines brightly and contrasts the black interior very well. This Ford is said to run and drive very nicely and frequently taken to shows. A registration is included with the sale.

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1955 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible 1955 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible

1955 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible

Lot #49 (Sale Order 53 of 201)

This classic mid 1950?s luxury Convertible is offered for sale with No Reserve. This 1955 Oldsmobile 98 Starfire Convertible is described by its consignor, a long-time collector of special interest vehicles, as being in very good to excellent condition. Designed as the top luxury model for Oldsmobile, the 98 Starfire featured the famous 324ci. Rocket 88 V8 engine. Other factory features on this convertible include power steering, radio, and a spotlight. Running down the road, this convertible drives extremely well and is a smooth ride. The engine is quiet and runs as one would expect a fine example of the iconic American engine to run. Overall, the consignor describes the body, chassis, and interior as being in very good to excellent condition. Classic American convertibles of this nature, representative of the 1950?s in this condition, are difficult to find. Sold with a title.


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1941 Packard One-Sixty 1941 Packard One-Sixty

1941 Packard One-Sixty

Lot #50 (Sale Order 54 of 201)

Offered for sale with No Reserve is this 1941 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight. The five-passenger touring sedan is an excellent example of an elegant Pre-War Packard. Fully restored to an extremely high standard, this Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) Full Classic proudly displaces its National Senior Award badge. Classic car enthusiasts and Packard lovers alike should certainly take note of this gem.

Officially designated as the 1472 body, 5 Passenger Touring Sedan, this Packard One- Sixty is an elegantly designed luxurious automobile. The interior is upholstered with a soft gray wool fabric on both the seats and the headliner, with matching carpet. Rear hinged coach-style doors open to an extremely spacious and comfortable back seat. Passengers can easily see their external surroundings through the multiple windows provided by the touring sedan body style. The front seat provides plenty of room for both the driver and front passenger. Overall, the interior compartment reflects the quality one would expect in a CCCA Senior Award winner. On the exterior, the classic Packard lines with chrome trim and blue finish create an image of elegance of a bygone era. The quality of care and craftsmanship that went into this vehicle?s restoration is well apparent on visual inspection.

Under the hood, this Packard sports the famous Packard Super Eight engine. The 356ci / 160hp Super Eight engine runs extremely well, and the operation of the three-speed transmission is exceptionally smooth. When cruising down the road, this Packard is smooth, quiet, and handles very well. All mechanical attributes of this vehicle function as intended according to the consignor.


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1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible 1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible

1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible

Lot #51 (Sale Order 55 of 201)

This is a pristine example of a 1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible. This car is 1 of only of 3,676 made in 1957 and is quite the rare find. This exquisite Lincoln came with the updated 368 ci Y-block V8, making an impressive 300 hp. That motor is mated to a 3-speed Turbo-Drive automatic transmission. This car is fully kitted out with powered everything: power windows, power vent windows, power antenna, power seats, and a white power convertible top. This was also the car of firsts ? the first American car to have a self-locking power top and the first Lincoln to have the famous Quadra-lite headlamps. The owner describes this Lincoln to be in excellent condition and that it?s ?a classic and rare find?. Drive in style with this top of the Lincoln Premiere Convertible line. This car is sold with a title and a current registration.


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1971 Jeep CJ5 SUV 1971 Jeep CJ5 SUV

1971 Jeep CJ5 SUV

Lot #52 (Sale Order 56 of 201)

This is a 1971 Jeep CJ5 with its factory Dauntless V6 (235ci) and rare Warn overdrive. This west coast jeep was a frame-off restoration with minimal miles since. All components including full drive train, wiring, chassis parts, nuts and bolts, and so on are all rebuilt or restored. Still contains all its original metal body panels with the exception of one front fender. The frame and other components were powder-coated during the restoration. Runs and drives beautifully. Sold with a title.

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1992 Ford F-150 XLT/Lariat 1992 Ford F-150 XLT/Lariat

1992 Ford F-150 XLT/Lariat

Lot #53 (Sale Order 57 of 201)

This 1992 Ford F-150 XLT/Lariat is a survivor truck purchased new by an elderly couple who drove it sparingly and kept it garaged. They had it Ziebart protected before it ever left the dealership (dated paperwork in hand), so the undercarriage is in exceptional condition.

Since purchasing it two years ago, The current owner has upgraded some items for convenience and usability. Owens Manufacturing fiberglass side steps color-matched to the primary body color make it easier to get in and out. LED headlights and reverse lights, a tailgate light bar, and a backup camera provide enhanced visibility and safety. The 8? truck bed has been protected since new with a Ford OEM drop-in bedliner. A Truxedo LoPro roll-up tonneau cover was added to provide weather protection and Huskyliner floor liners were added to protect the original carpeting. He also added a bench seat console with storage and cupholders for convenience on road trips.

The original Ford AM/FM radio was upgraded to a double-din multimedia unit that supports CarPlay and Android Auto. It was installed using the dash conversion kit from OBS Interiors. The backup camera is wired into the multimedia head unit.

In April of 2021, The current owner had the truck ceramic-coated and detailed in preparation for the Ford Nationals in Carlisle, PA, where it won its class.

This truck has completed 2 round trips to Carlisle, PA from Central Massachusetts and has done one round-trip to St. George, ME. All in all, I?ve added about 4K trouble-free miles. The only maintenance it?s needed was an oil change and a Motorcraft starter solenoid at 62,380 miles, along with a new idle air control valve, engine air filter, and crankcase breather filter at 62,390.

The dual fuel tank system works exactly as it should. Each tank will trigger a gas pump shutoff when full and the switchover between tanks works flawlessly, switching the feed and the fuel gauge readings instantly.

It is a smooth riding truck with very comfortable seats. The air-conditioning blows very cold. It comes with a deluxe Marti Report, a clean CarFax report from June 2020, MA state inspection reports, and partial service records from the original owners.


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1970 Dodge D-100 1970 Dodge D-100

1970 Dodge D-100

Lot #54 (Sale Order 58 of 201)

This Dodge D-100 is a recent restoration on a very solid and rare Mopar short wheelbase pickup. This pickup has a rebuilt drivetrain including the iconic 225ci slant-6 engine and 3-speed manual trans. The exterior is a beautiful two-tone green with new chrome trim and new BFG whitewall tires. The interior is new with upgraded leather seats and custom ?woodgrain? accents. This vehicle is sold with a title.

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2000 Chevrolet Corvette FRC 2000 Chevrolet Corvette FRC

2000 Chevrolet Corvette FRC

Lot #55 (Sale Order 59 of 201)

The Chevrolet Corvette Fixed Roof Coupe (FRC) is one of the rarest C5 Corvette models and was only available in 1999 and 2000 ? this example is one of only 2,090 produced for the 2000 model year. All fixed roof coupes were equipped with the Z51 Performance Handling package, including larger sway bars and revised damping as well as the 5.7 litre LS1 V8 rated at 345hp/350tq. and a six speed manual transmission. Staggered width and diameter five-spoke wheels measure 17? at the front and 18? at the rear and this car is equipped with a set of Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. This FRC runs and drives excellent, the clean Carfax shows regular maintenance and no accidents.


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1979 Chevrolet Corvette 1979 Chevrolet Corvette

1979 Chevrolet Corvette

Lot #56 (Sale Order 60 of 201)

Presented in the classic white with red interior color scheme, this 1979 Corvette proudly represents the late-C3 era. This is a fantastic “time capsule” example with less than 5,000 miles traveled since new. Feature highlights include Rally wheels, glass T tops, A/C, leather seating, power windows and door locks, tilt and telescopic wheel and even the original AM/FM stereo radio. All original and impressive, this Corvette comes with its original window sticker and purchase invoice.

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1985 Chevrolet Blazer 1985 Chevrolet Blazer

1985 Chevrolet Blazer

Lot #57 (Sale Order 61 of 201)

This 1985 Chevrolet K5 Blazer is a solid SUV. According to the consignor, the vehicle is in very good, running and driving condition. The V8 in front runs well and puts power down to all four wheels through a automatic transmission and manual transfer case. The red and white paint job still holds up well. The chrome is in good condition as well. The a/c blows cold and the interior cushions are plush. This is a great chance to own a solid K5 Driver. Sold with a registration.
 

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1972 Chevrolet C10 1972 Chevrolet C10

1972 Chevrolet C10

Lot #58 (Sale Order 62 of 201)

Stunning frame off restored 1972 Chevy C10 short bed Fleetside dressed as a ?67 ? excellent paint, body and undercarriage. The impressive engine bay houses a recent 350ci engine with Edelbrock aluminum intake and carb that runs strong and breathes through a custom dual exhaust system. The truck features a 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive, power windows, power steering, power brakes (disc front), power bed cover, retro style radio, adjustable bucket seats, tilt steering column and air conditioning. The fuel tank has been relocated to the rear of the truck under the bed, the truck rides on chrome 20? US Mags Boulevard wheels and McGaughy?s suspension components with a professionally installed rear c-notch. There are less than 2,000 miles on the restoration, this truck is show quality throughout.


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1993 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning 1993 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning

1993 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning

Lot #59 (Sale Order 63 of 201)

The first generation Lightning was conceived by Ford?s Special Vehicle Team (SVT), a division comprised of engineering and marketing personnel responsible for designing, developing and marketing limited-edition, high-performance vehicles for enthusiasts based on existing Ford inventory. The philosophy focused on design refinement, improving attributes of current models and, hopefully, making them image leaders for Ford. Specific attention was paid to the Lightning?s powertrain and chassis to provide a balance of power and handling. In Ford?s words: ?For all intents, the F-150 Lightning is a Mustang GT with a cargo bed.?

Ford SVT built the Lightning with a high-output V-8 based on the 5.8-liter, 351 ci. engine and a E40D 4 speed automatic transmission. SVT installed GT-40-type cast-iron cylinder heads, a tuned intake manifold, tubular stainless-steel headers, high-rate capacity fuel pump and injectors, revised combustion chambers, a redesigned air filter for improved airflow and a true dual exhaust system. A 4.10:1-ratio rear axle housed a limited-slip differential inside a heavy-duty 8.8-inch rear end.

This Lightning runs and drives very well, the previous owner drove it on frequent road trips. The original warranty card and owners manual will be included with the sale.


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1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Lot #60 (Sale Order 64 of 201)

This fully documented, true one owner SVT Mustang has just under 34,000 original miles.

Created through the Ford Special Vehicle Team (SVT), the Mustang Cobra was designed to be a higher performance version of the legendary Mustang. Under the hood it is powered by a 235hp 5.0 litre engine connected to a Borg-Warner T-5 transmission with phosphate coated gears and stronger bearings. During the design process of the Cobra Mustang, the SVT group upgraded the engine to include higher-performance GT40 cylinder heads, larger valves, and a stouter camshaft.  Higher flow intakes, sport tuned exhausts and upgraded brakes were also part of the factory modifications. A specially crafted suspension system was also designed by the Ford SVT unit to create a vehicle that could be driven more aggressively while maintaining a smooth ride. In all, only 4,994 SVT Cobra Mustangs were produced by Ford. Of this total number, only 802 were produced with a teal exterior finish and gray leather seats. All of these features helped create what many consider to be one of the greatest cars produced during the 1990?s.

On May 21, 1993, and United Airlines Pilot purchased with, and for his wife this particular Cobra SVT Mustang. In keeping with their meticulous nature, this Mustang has been maintained and cared for to extremely high standards its entire life. From day one, the original carpeted floor mats, were placed in the hatch back and never used except to be put in place at a show. The exterior finish is in excellent condition and underneath; this Mustang?s chassis is exceptionally clean. On close inspection, all of the factory VIN sticker markings, placed on various points on the vehicle are still in place. Reflecting the nature of the original owners, every piece of documentation associated with the vehicle from the time it was built is included with the sale. Documentation includes the original window sticker, factory build sheet, original bill of sale, personalized congratulations letter from the Ford SVT division, certificate of ID from Ford, and multiple service records. Also included is a letter from Meguars, dated December 6th 1993, that outlines a preferred car care procedure for maintaining the vehicle. Overall, this special Mustang is described by its owners as being in excellent condition throughout.

One owner, fully documented original SVT Mustangs of this caliber are extremely hard to find. The combination of conditions, original ownership and documentation make this particular SVT Mustang one of the finest and most documented examples found on the market today. Full copies of documentation can be shared on request. Vehicle is sold with a title and registration.


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1954 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet 1954 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet

1954 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet

Lot #61 (Sale Order 65 of 201)

This 1954 VW Beetle Cabriolet is a rare original car offered for sale in this year?s auction. This Beetle?s main feature is its well maintained folding ?cabriolet? roof. The seller states that the car was owned by a single owner for over 25 years. That owner took care of the car very well, resulting in no rust whatsoever on the car. All panels on the car are original including body, fenders, and even the floor pans. The seller describes the car to be in very good condition with a great running and driving motor. This is a unique opportunity to own a unique and original VW beetle.


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1983 Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole 1983 Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole

1983 Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole

Lot #62 (Sale Order 66 of 201)

This 1983 Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole, is a great opportunity to own a classic Ferrari. As said in the name, this coupe has the 2.9L V8 with 4 valves per cylinder, an impressive feat for 1983. This 32 Valve engine is mated to a gated 5-speed manual transmission; both of which run and shift smoothly. This vehicle is a 2 owner car with service records included, along with owner's manuals and original tool kit. This Ferrari is described to be in great overall running condition by its current owner. Sold with a title and registration.

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2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

Lot #63 (Sale Order 67 of 201)

Only 21,000 miles on this Millennium Yellow C5 roadster. Boasting a clean CarFax and pampered care since new, this Corvette features a six-speed manual gearbox, a Corsa exhaust, two sets of wheels, a beautiful black leather interior, dual power seats and a Bose audio system. With its stunning performance and pristine condition, this C5 presents a lot of bang for the buck.

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1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe

1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Lot #64 (Sale Order 68 of 201)

This 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe is a clean custom hotrod. This '32 Ford had a litany of modifications done during its time in the shop. The car has a 1932 steel body with a chopped top, a leather interior, roll bar, air conditioning, and indicator headlights on the outside. The engine was swapped out for a built Chevy 350 V8 with aluminum Fast Burn heads, 3 carburetors, and Hedman exhaust headers mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. The owner describes the car as in very good condition with an excellent engine, drivetrain, and body. This fully kitted "32 custom is sold with a current registration.

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1969 Chevrolet C10 Stepside 1969 Chevrolet C10 Stepside

1969 Chevrolet C10 Stepside

Lot #64.1 (Sale Order 69 of 201)

This 1969 Chevrolet C10 was built with the goal of comfortable cruising in mind. The combination of modern air conditioning, overdrive automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes make this truck a pleasure to drive. The 350ci engine is equipped with a serpentine belt setup, Edlebrock intake, Holley carb and headers attached to slick looking custom side exit exhaust. The exterior features a nice lowered stance, 17? American Racing wheels and a custom flush mounted power bed cover ? the fuel tank has been relocated to the rear underneath the bed. Inside there is a tilt steering column, Classic Instruments gauges and a Highliner stereo system with a Kenwood head unit.

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2013 Porsche Panamera GTS 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS

2013 Porsche Panamera GTS

Lot #65 (Sale Order 70 of 201)

This 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS is a well maintained luxury driver. This vehicle is a single owner car. It has extensive documentation including the original window sticker, a clean carfax, build sheet, and a full service history from the time it was bought new. This Porsche also has its factory roof rack that was never installed. Other Items that are included in the sale are extra wheels & tires, car cover, original set of keys, owners manuals, and tool set. The seller describes the car to be in excellent condition through and through. A title is also included in the sale.

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1949 TRIUMPH 2000 1949 TRIUMPH 2000

1949 TRIUMPH 2000

Lot #66 (Sale Order 71 of 201)

With only 2,000 ever made, the Triumph 2000 roadster is a rare treat. This elegant British roadster could seat five people -- three on the front bench seat and two more in the rumble seat that has its own flip-up windshield. This beautiful example had a high-end, frame-off restoration in the late?90s that still looks fresh today as it has only been driven about a hundred miles since then and has always been properly stored in a climate-controlled garage. The restoration receipts as well as a complete tool kit and the owner?s manual go with the car. Must be seen and driven to be believed.

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2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Convertible 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Convertible

2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Convertible

Lot #67 (Sale Order 72 of 201)

This 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is an opportunity to own a rare modern muscle car. This car has been tastefully modified with a short throw shifter, a paint protecting ceramic coat, and a Borla exhaust. (With the original exhaust coming with the car) This GT500 has a hefty 5.8L V8 engine making a 662hp to the wheels. This is carried through Tremec 6-speed manual transmission.This is a single owner car that has been taken care of very well with a clean carfax. This vehicle comes with a title.


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1988 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup 1988 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup

1988 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup

Lot #68 (Sale Order 73 of 201)

This former Texas pickup had its rock-solid body recently refinished in its original Burgundy color. This loaded Silverado features ice-cold A/C, power windows, cruise control, tilt wheel and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD audio system. New Rally wheels fitted with white-lettered tires round out the truck?s considerable curb appeal. It also features the desirable 350 V8 matched to a four-speed automatic and has a new exhaust system as well as a refurbished front end. As such, this sharp truck runs and drives great.
 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500 1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500

1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500

Lot #69 (Sale Order 74 of 201)

This 1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Sport is finished in brilliant Silver Metallic-over Black Napa leather upholstery and is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. The digital odometer indicates 79,198 miles, which is just less than 3,500 miles a year.  Equipment includes the AMG Styling and SL1 Sport packages as well as a body-color removable hardtop with a rolling stand, a black soft top, silver 18? five-spoke AMG wheels, xenon headlights, fog lights, heated and power-adjustable seats, and automatic climate control.  This R129 is now offered with owner?s manuals two sets of keys, a first-aid kit, a windscreen and a clean Carfax report.  Additional features include xenon headlights, fog lights, fender air vents, and the AMG Styling Package, which added revised bumper covers and aerodynamic side skirts. The cabin features heated and power-adjustable seats upholstered in black Napa leather along with burl wood accents on the doors and center stack. Amenities include seat position memory, a deployable roll bar, automatic climate control, cruise control, a heated rear hardtop window, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo and 6 disc factory cd changer in the trunk connected to a Bose sound system.

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1952 Jaguar XK120 1952 Jaguar XK120

1952 Jaguar XK120

Lot #70 (Sale Order 75 of 201)

One of the most iconic sports cars in automotive history, the Jaguar XK120, began as a streamlined stop gap design built to highlight Jaguar?s new twin-cam six-cylinder engine. When it debuted at the 1948 London Motor Show it was considered an immediate success. With a reported top speed of 120 mph and an elegant sleek design, demand for Jaguar?s new automobile soared and the XK120, Jaguar?s first post-war sports car, was officially born. This XK120 is an excellent, numbers matching example of Jaguar?s legendary sports car and is proudly offered for sale at the New England Auto Auction.

1952 Jaguar XK120, chassis # 670820, is an excellent example of a numbers matching vehicle that has undergone a complete top-quality restoration. The exterior red finish highlights the classic curves of Jaguar design brilliantly. On the interior, the biscuit-colored upholstery compliments the exterior color and highlights the design of the cockpit exceptionally well. Under the rear deck lid, the trunk upholstery is in the same condition as the interior. Both the exterior and interior features of this car are considered by the consignor to be in excellent condition. According to the odometer, this XK120 has been driven just 213 miles since the restoration was completed. An older restoration, this Jaguar has always been well maintained and cared for as its condition validates. Quality is evident when inspecting this vehicle and folder or restoration receipts and notes is included in the sale.

Under the bonnet, this XK120 is powered by its numbers matching, 3.4L twin-cam six-cylinder engine paired to a four-speed manual gearbox and according to the consignor this Jaguar runs, drives, and operates exactly as it should. Numbers matching XK120?s restored to this caliber are not often found. Photographs of the matching engine numbers can be provided on request and this vehicle is currently available for viewing, prior to the auction, at the Owls Head Transportation Museum. Vehicle is sold with a title.


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2021 Toyota GR Supra A-91 2021 Toyota GR Supra A-91

2021 Toyota GR Supra A-91

Lot #71 (Sale Order 76 of 201)

Offering pavement scorching performance along with race track-ready handling dynamics, the Toyota GR Supra offers plenty of driving thrills for relatively short money. The ?new? Supra comes in turbocharged inline four (255 hp) and turbocharged inline six (382 hp) versions, with both engines provided by BMW and both sending power to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Like some older muscle car engines, it seems that the official output of the Supra?s engine is seriously underrated. According to a ?Car and Driver? road test, the GR Supra can dash to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds and burn down the quarter-mile in just 12.1 seconds. Those are supercar numbers. And yet this car is not just a straight-line thriller as it has the athletic handling chops and strong braking to match its amazing acceleration.

Here we have a stunning, low-mileage example of the top dog GR Supra, packing not only the powerhouse engine but also a few rare features that make this desirable super sports car even more so. This is an A91 Edition which means it has a unique ?Refraction? Blue color, black accents on the upper rear quarters, black ground effects, carbon fiber mirror caps, leather/Alcantara sport seats (with blue stitching) and sport pedals.

This particular car also has the optional black painted carbon fiber rear spoiler and the Driver Assistance Package (adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, parking sensors, automatic emergency braking). The original window sticker goes with the car.

With only about 9,800 pampered miles on the odometer, this 2021 Toyota GR Supra A91 is about as close to new as you can get. Sold with title in transit


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1954 MG TF 1954 MG TF

1954 MG TF

Lot #72 (Sale Order 77 of 201)

This 1954 MG TF is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This car is a well-cared for example of the TF model and has been kept at a high quality at the estate. Just after its acquisition in 2000, this MG was submitted to the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and certified as an original MG TF. Currently, the car is in very good condition overall. The 4-cylinder MG engine fires up very quickly and runs smoothly, and the car drives extremely well on the road. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and underwent brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction.  More attention may be required before proper road use. This car is sold with a current registration.

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2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

Lot #73 (Sale Order 78 of 201)

With a 3.4 second 0-60 time and a top speed of 190 mph, the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S puts up serious numbers. Yet this iconic sports car is also comfortable enough to serve as a daily driver. This 6-speed manual example is loaded with options including the RS Spyder wheels, the panoramic sunroof, the Sport Chrono package and heated seats. With a clean Carfax, an extended warranty and only around 5,000 original miles, this 911 Carrera 4S provides all the style, performance and peace of mind of a brand new one.
 

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1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible 1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Lot #74 (Sale Order 79 of 201)

This Vintage Burgundy Thunderbird with tan interior and tan Haartz cloth top has the legendary 390 cubic inch motor with 4-barrel carburetor. This example has an ATK remanufactured 390 motor which was installed in 2018 mated to a 3 speed Cruise-O-Matic transmission which had previously been rebuilt in 2017.

The older Burgundy paint although not perfect has a great luster and presents well. There are some imperfections in the paint surface, but the body is extremely solid with no apparent areas of rust or corrosion.

The mechanics of this car have been well sorted and it is a pleasure to drive from the power of the V8 motor to the interior amenities such as power steering and brakes, power windows, swing away steering wheel and power top. Although present the air conditioning is inoperable at this time. This vehicle is sold with No Reserve and comes with a registration.


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1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Lot #75 (Sale Order 80 of 201)

This 1965 327ci 365hp Chevrolet Corvette comes from the collection of a long time collector of quality high performance vehicles and is described by them as being in excellent condition. Well cared for by its current and previous owners, this Corvette gathers as much attention sitting still as it does roaring down the road. To date it has just over 54,000, believed to be, original miles.

Prior to the current owner, the entire running gear underwent a complete overhaul. The 327ci /365hp engine was rebuilt to .020 as well as the four speed transmission and rear end. The engine block is not original to the car. Underneath this vehicle the chassis is extremely clean. The suspension, front and rear, underwent a complete overhaul at the same time as the running gear.   Wilwood disc brakes were added all around and a new chambered exhaust system was added.   A welcomed option in the day, this Corvette does include factory power steering.

Work performed by a previous owner also included a complete high quality repaint of the car and upholstery replacement with a new leather interior and carpets. The tires are relatively new and are mounted to correct wire knock off wheels. Other options include an AM/FM radio and a wood grain steering wheel; the original wheel goes with the car.

Overall, the consignor describes this vehicle as being excellent throughout and feels this is one of the nicest Corvettes they have owned. Sold with a registration.


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1964 Porsche 356 SC 1964 Porsche 356 SC

1964 Porsche 356 SC

Lot #76 (Sale Order 81 of 201)

This 1964 Porsche 356 is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This 356 was obtained by the estate in the late ?90s. This vehicle has an extensive service history which included a transmission rebuild. The engine is a step up from the ?64 356 C motor with dual solex carbs, higher compression, and a beefier cam among other improvements. This Porsche runs, drives, and shifts well, and is in very good condition overall. The vehicle comes with a workshop and owner?s manual along with service information. This car has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to its years in storage, more attention may be required before propper road use. A current registration is included with the car.

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1938 MG VA 1938 MG VA

1938 MG VA

Lot #77 (Sale Order 82 of 201)

This 1938 MG VA came from the Tupolo museum where it was for 25+ years and before that it was in a collection in florida. When the current owners got the car they went through it mechanically, got it running, and serviced it. They also completely restored the entire upholstery in Connolly leather and installed new tires snd new canvas top with matching red leather binding. Wonderful car. The wood body is completely original and in great condition as well. Sold with a registration.

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1967 Austin Healy 3000 BJ8 1967 Austin Healy 3000 BJ8

1967 Austin Healy 3000 BJ8

Lot #78 (Sale Order 83 of 201)

This 1967 Austin-Healey, serial #HBJ8405848, is a well-restored and maintained vehicle with a unique story. The current owner purchased the Healey from a Dutch owner in 1980 while living in England, and it has traveled around the world with him as a faithful friend ever since. Because it was originally built in England, it is one of the few right-hand-drive Austin-Healeys you will see on the road in the United States. This vehicle underwent a detailed, methodical, frame-up restoration ultimately completed in the mid-2000s. In August 2014, David Clarke of Sports Car Services in Westminster, VT, went through the car again to sort out and fine tune a variety of minor mechanical issues and fully serviced all aspects of the car, resulting in an excellent running and driving Austin-Healey. Documentation for this vehicle includes invoices for the restoration and mechanical work, its original license plate from the UK (CRF888E), a Heritage Certificate and bills of sale from previous owners. Sold with a title and registration

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1952 Dellow MkII 1952 Dellow MkII

1952 Dellow MkII

Lot #79 (Sale Order 84 of 201)

This 1952 Dellow MkII is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. The Dellow is a little known car to Americans, but was a hero on British hill climbs and trials. This particular Dellow has an all brushed aluminum body with a red grille. It has the 1172cc Ford 10 engine used in Anglias and early Escorts. This engine sports a little more kick from a quite large roots supercharger and an SU carburetor. The engine is mounted to a 3-speed manual transmission with very low gearing. The car runs and drives very well after one gets used to the driving position and feel of each pedal. It is in very good condition overall. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to it?s years in storage, the car may need more attention before proper road use. Items that come with the vehicle include: Several replacement parts (filters, bearings, gaskets, etc?), the original UK registration book, magazine and newspaper clippings of the car, pictures, service records, various documentation, and owners manuals. This car is sold with a current registration.

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1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser 1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser

1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser

Lot #80 (Sale Order 85 of 201)

This 1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser is a very rare US-spec FJ. This Toyota was completely frame-off restored to factory-stock condition with some mechanical upgrades. It has a rebuilt drivetrain including original ?2F? 4.2L inline-6cyl engine, 4-spd manual trans, 4WD and Selectro Lockouts. The vehicle was also given an upgraded Wilwood power disc brakes setup and a complete Old Man Emu suspension. A new painless wiring kit throughout was installed as well. This FJ also has a new ?Aqualu? tub, original doors, hood and roof painted correct ?Rustic Green?. Leather front seats and rear safari seats complete the interior of the vehicle. This Toyota FJ is sold with a title.


 

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1970 JEEP COMMANDO 1970 JEEP COMMANDO

1970 JEEP COMMANDO

Lot #81 (Sale Order 86 of 201)

 This 4-wheel-drive 1970 Jeepster Commando is being sold with No Reserve and would be a perfect addition to any off-roader?s garage. The Commando comes with the much preferred 225 cubic inch ?Dauntless? V6 mated to a that makes 160 hp, but more importantly an impressive 235 pound feet of torque to climb any hill thrown at it. It?s also fully kitted out with R-134 Air Conditioning, front disc brakes, 4 speaker stereo, and tinted windows. Originally from Arizona, the owner states that the vehicle is in very good condition throughout with only one repaint. This Jeep is dying to go on a trip to the beach or a long drive on the trail. This car is sold with registration, title, and only 43,000 miles on the odometer.


VIN: 8703F1761461
Serial #: 8703F1761461
VIN: 8703F1761461
Serial #: 8703F1761461

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1951 Mercury Woody Wagon 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon

1951 Mercury Woody Wagon

Lot #82 (Sale Order 87 of 201)

A rare beauty, this 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon, #518L110902M, is an Arizona vehicle with just under 47,000 original miles and is one of only 3,812 produced. It has had the same owner for 30 years and, according to the consignor, is outstanding in every way. Awards for this well-documented and original vehicle include the very prestigious Dearborn Award from the Early Ford V8 Club of America, an especially notable achievement for a Woody. The Luxor Maroon exterior is complemented by all-original wood accents; 1951 was the last year that Mercury used real wood in its designs. This wagon also received First Place in the Concours Division from the Early Ford V8 Club of America and Most Original Automobile at the WGME Awesome Auto Tour. Even the fashion industry loves this car, as illustrated by its use in several Calvin Klein ads and in local venues throughout New York and Maine.


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1982 Toyota FJ 1982 Toyota FJ

1982 Toyota FJ

Lot #83 (Sale Order 88 of 201)

This 1982 Toyota FJ40 is offered at No Reserve. This FJ40 is in good, running and driving condition. The offroad capable 6-cylinder engine is mated to a sturdy manual transmission and is equipped with 4-wheel-drive. The yellow paint on the exterior is accented by the gray interior. Overall this is a good condition FJ40. Sold with a Registration.

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2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S

2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S

Lot #84 (Sale Order 89 of 201)

This 1947 MG TC is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. Some time before April 2000, when the current owners obtained this car, the car underwent a high quality frame off restoration. Pictures of the restoration, as well as service records, will be included with the car. This MG runs, drives, shifts, and stops very well and is in very good condition overall. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. More attention may be required before road use. This vehicle is sold with a current Vermont registration.

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1947 MG TC 1947 MG TC

1947 MG TC

Lot #85 (Sale Order 90 of 201)

This 1947 MG TC is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. Some time before April 2000, when the current owners obtained this car, the car underwent a high quality frame off restoration. Pictures of the restoration, as well as service records, will be included with the car. This MG runs, drives, shifts, and stops very well and is in very good condition overall. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. More attention may be required before road use. This vehicle is sold with a current Vermont registration.

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1999 Pontiac Trans-Am 1999 Pontiac Trans-Am

1999 Pontiac Trans-Am

Lot #86 (Sale Order 91 of 201)

With its sharp styling, 5.7-liter ?LS1? V8 sporting (an underrated) 305 horsepower, athletic handling, and available T top roof, the later fourth-generation Pontiac Firebird Trans Am cranks up the fun factor to ?11?. The performance of these cars was certainly impressive with the ability to blast down the quarter mile in the mid-13-second range. That?s quicker than most of the popular muscle cars of the ?60s and ?70s. A sport-tuned suspension and big, four-wheel disc brakes mean the Trans Am also boasts nimble handling and strong braking.

Here we have a 1999 Trans Am with that potent V8 paired to an automatic transmission. The body features the T top roof, is in fantastic condition and is accented with custom engraving on the side windows as well as the optional 16-inch chrome wheels that are fitted with Falken high-performance tires.

Inside, the leather upholstery with multi-adjustable sport seats is in very good condition, as is the whole interior. Of course, the Trans Am has power windows/locks/mirrors as well as a power driver seat, A/C, tilt steering wheel and cruise control. The original, upgraded AM/FM/CD audio system complete with graphic equalizer is still in the car.

With just 70k miles on the odometer, this Trans Am runs and handles great. The factory exhaust provides a proper muscle car soundtrack when you lean on it yet is fairly quiet when you?re just cruising around.

This ?bird checks all the boxes as it?s in great shape, doesn?t have a ton of miles, has the T top and is of course a blast to drive. If you get your kicks driving a spirited sports car and don?t want to spend big bucks, it?s hard to beat this Trans Am.


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2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Lot #87 (Sale Order 92 of 201)

With 707 horsepower and the ability to hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and burn down the quarter mile in just 11.7 seconds, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is fully deserving of its name. With its adaptive dampers and big Brembo brakes, it also rides, handles and stops incredibly well too. If you?re looking for a supercar that accommodates four adults and is comfortable enough for daily driver duty, this is it. This Hellcat features the optional aluminum hood, paddle-shift automatic and power sunroof. It also has a clean CarFax and has only been driven 4,520 pampered miles.

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1941 Harley Davidson Servicar 1941 Harley Davidson Servicar

1941 Harley Davidson Servicar

Lot #88 (Sale Order 93 of 201)

Designed by Harley Davidson in the early 1930?s, the servi-car was an attempt to increase Harley-Davidson?s sales and create more uses for their products.  Servi-cars were often used by automotive dealerships and shops to provide quick mobile service to individuals when needed.  The rear compartment allowed for caring tools and equipment while also providing space to give a stranded motorist a ride.

This Servi-car was restored by Steve McPhillips in NY in the late 1980?s. He was considered by many at the time to be the ?go to? guy for Harley engines and restoration.   The current owner purchased the vehicles over ten years ago and has kept it in a well maintained running condition.  Often taking it for small rides and showing it at numerous events.    It is powered by a matching number 45ci engine, both halves of the engine casting numbers match.   It features a 3 speed transmission, reverse, and starts and runs extremely well.

Recently the Servicar was serviced for a tune up by a well respected Harley-Davidson specialist. The motorcycle is offered for NO RESERVE and is sold with a registration.


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1959 Chevrolet El Camino 1959 Chevrolet El Camino

1959 Chevrolet El Camino

Lot #89 (Sale Order 94 of 201)

Unveiled to the American public for the first time in 1959, the Chevrolet El Camino was the result of GM?s multiyear quest to create a utilitarian ?pick-up? vehicle with the combination of a coupe styling and interior comfort. This particular 1959 El Camino is described by the consignor as being overall in very good to excellent condition and is offered for sale with No Reserve.

According to the consignor, this El Camino underwent a high-quality restoration prior to their purchase. Under the hood is a 1959 Chevrolet factory optioned 348ci tri-power V8 engine, added at the time of restoration. Every component and aspect of this vehicle, according to the consignor, was restored, resulting in a vehicle that is as wonderful to drive as it is to look at. The attractive red and white color combination accents the classic tail fins and lines of 1959 styling extremely well. A fiberglass bed cover was added by the current owner. Currently, this El Camino sits on white wall radial tires wrapped around mag wheels; however, the original wheels, tires, and hubcaps are included with the sale. Classic, first generation El Caminos in this condition are difficult to find. Offered for sale with a title and registration.


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1982 Porsche 911 SC 1982 Porsche 911 SC

1982 Porsche 911 SC

Lot #90 (Sale Order 95 of 201)

This 1982 Porsche 911 SC is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. Since its acquisition, the car has been kept at a high quality while at the estate. A multi-part service record will be included with the car as well the bill of sale from the original dealership. The car as it sits now, is in very good condition, as well as, running and driving very well. The Targa top is in good condition and fits in the frunk. The car is equipped with air conditioning and a new radio with bluetooth. This 911 comes with a tool kit, original jack, and owners manual/warranty card. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to those years in storage, this car may need more attention before proper road use. This car is sold with a current registration.

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2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS

2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS "35th Anniversary Edition"

Lot #91 (Sale Order 96 of 201)

This stunning 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS ?35th Anniversary Edition? Convertible is offered at No Reserve. This Camaro was preserved very well by its past owners, who put a total of 8112 miles on the car. It was bought new in Tallahassee and spent half of its life there and driven only occasionally. In 2013 the Camaro made its way up to Maine where it was bought at 5,710 miles. From then on, the vehicle was very well maintained ? only needing seat belt retractors and windshield sprayer nozzles; both of which were taken care of by Fuller Chevrolet in Rockland. In total this is a 2-owner car.
This ?02 Chevrolet is fully equipped with the SS trim level and the ?35th Anniversary? Package. The SS badge comes with the 5.7 liter 325 horsepower LS1 mated to an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. It also includes a ram air hood, 17? aluminum wheels, SS rear spoiler, performance suspension & handling, and a low restriction dual outlet exhaust. The ?35th Anniversary? edition includes special badging, special stitching on the headrests, and a checkered racing stripe graphic package. This Camaro also has a power convertible roof, power seats, power windows, power mirrors, the original working radio head unit, working A/C, and many other factory options. Needless to say, this Chevrolet Camaro is one of the highest optioned Camaros available for the 2002 model year.

This 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS, at No Reserve, is an opportunity for someone to own a high optioned, well maintained, modern muscle car. This car is also sold with a title and a current registration.

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1971 Triumph TR6 Convertible 1971 Triumph TR6 Convertible

1971 Triumph TR6 Convertible

Lot #92 (Sale Order 97 of 201)

This fabulous 1971 Triumph TR6 Convertible was the product of a complete show quality restoration and is accompanied with a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate. The Triumph TR6 is a sports car that was built by the Triumph Motor Company of Coventry, England. While production began several months earlier, the TR6 was officially introduced in January as a 1969 model year vehicle. The last TR6 was produced on the 20th of July 1976. Of the 91,850 TR6?s produced, 83,480 were exported to the United States. As the Commission Number Plate indicates this example was built in October of 1970. It originally had a Sienna Brown exterior and a New Tan interior. During the restoration the decision was made to re-finish it in the more desirable color combination of a Jasmine Yellow exterior and Black interior. This factory correct Jasmine Yellow color was available from 1969-1972. This vehicle was acquired from its last owner by MS CLASSIC CARS in late 2020. It was completed in service in August of 2022 by MS CLASSIC CARS and is ready for the new owner to enjoy. 

The exterior of this TR6 is in beautiful condition throughout. The body is straight with very good panel fitment. The hood, doors and trunk lid close nicely. The deep Jasmine Yellow paint was recently detailed to a brilliant shine. It was outfitted with a new black soft top which operates quickly. The front windshield was replaced new. The door glass is original and in very nice condition. Everything on the exterior was restored or replaced such as the windshield trim, wipers, dual mirrors, black grill, headlight bezels and headlights, parking light bezels and lenses, front bumper, door handles, luggage rack, rear tail light bezels and lenses, rear bumper and emblems. The car sits on 15? gray steel wheels with black TR6 center caps and Coker Classic 185-15 Redline tires. 

The interior of this TR6 is also in beautiful condition throughout. It was completely re-upholstered in the factory correct black color which complements the exterior perfectly. The sun visors, dash pad, door panels, console, bucket seats and carpeting are all trimmed in black. The wood veneer dash fascia is so elegant and houses a glove box. The wood Moto-Lita steering wheel frames Smiths instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 5,500-rpm redline, an ammeter and ancillary gauges for fuel level, coolant temperature and oil pressure. Additional amenities include manual crank windows, a heater and an AM/FM stereo. The carpeted trunk compartment is also in beautiful condition and equipped with a full size matching spare. 

The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The entire engine bay was painted Jasmine Yellow which looks amazing. The car is powered by the 2.5L straight 6-cylinder engine that was completely rebuilt and runs excellent. The black engine block was dressed with a polished valve cover and dual Zenith-Stromberg carburetors. Everything was restored or replaced such as the coil, wires, hoses, alternator, radiator and battery. The engine breathes through the Stanpart ceramic manifold and stainless exhaust system that sounds sweet. The power is sent to the rear wheels through the 4-speed manual transmission which was rebuilt. The rear end differential was re-sealed. 

The undercarriage is also highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The underside of the body was painted Jasmine Yellow and looks amazing. The frame was painted in high gloss black and also looks amazing. The entire rack and pinion steering was gone through and is tight. The entire four-wheel independent suspension system was gone through and many of the parts were powder coated black. It?s equipped with new KYB Excel-G rear gas shocks. The braking system was also gone through and consists of a black power booster, Lucas master cylinder, front discs with red calipers and red rear drums. 

This vehicle has recently been completely serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. 

This is the first time this vehicle has been made available from the distinguished MS CLASSIC CARS Collection.


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1988 Toyota Supra Targa Custom 1988 Toyota Supra Targa Custom

1988 Toyota Supra Targa Custom

Lot #93 (Sale Order 98 of 201)

This magnificent 1988 Toyota Supra Targa Custom is a one owner vehicle that was the product of nut and bolt show quality restoration. The third generation Supra was produced from 1986-1992 and has become popular among collectors. This example was built in September of 1987 and was purchased brand new in February of 1988 by Mr. Craig Clemens who currently lives in Raleigh, NC. As the clean Car Fax report indicates it was driven an average of 6,000 miles per year and serviced routinely. It was truly Craig’s pride and joy. So much that in 2009 with 119,000 miles he decided to do a complete restoration. Craig’s vision was to restore the car to a much higher level than the factory did. The body was stripped to the shell and taken to bare metal. Everything on this car was restored or replaced new. Literally every nut and bolt was replaced new with most being stainless. Every gasket, seal and sticker was also replaced new. He claims to have invested over $60,000.00 which didn’t include a lot of his personal labor. The build was completed in 2012 and has less than 500 miles since completion. Since it was completed it’s been stored properly and appears fresh. The exterior is absolutely stunning and in showroom condition. The original exterior body panels are laser straight with excellent gaps lines. The entire body was repainted in its factory original Super White color. The high quality deep paint is virtually flawless and was recently detailed to a brilliant shine. The factory installed cowl hood, ground effects and rear spoiler look sporty. The black window trim, black front chin spoiler and black body side molding complement the white color. It sports a factory installed Targa hard top which removes and installs quickly. When the top is removed it has a large opening which feels similar to a convertible. All of the tinted glass was replaced new throughout. The car sits on silver 18” BBS 10-spoke wheels that are wrapped with Michelin Pilot Sport 225-40-18 tires. The comfortable interior was restored in its original Burgundy color which looks beautiful. It actually smells like a new car interior. It’s loaded with many factory installed features such as air conditioning, power mirrors, power locks, power windows, power driver’s seat with lumbar, leather shift boot, stereo system and Supra embossed carpeted floor mats. The only custom interior features include chrome door latches, chrome door strikers and knob for a switchable ignition coil. The rear split folding seat allows for extra cargo space. It’s equipped with the factory cargo cover, spare tire and tools. The engine compartment is extremely detailed throughout with many custom parts. The attention to detail is evident everywhere. The backside of the hood was painted white and covered with the correct style hood insulation. The firewall, inner fenders and radiator support was painted white and then detailed to a brilliant shine. The car is powered by a new “7M-GE” 3.0L (2954cc) Inline 6-cylinder engine that was ordered as a long block directly from a performance company in Japan. This was the flagship engine of Toyotas arsenal with 4-valves per cylinder and dual overhead cams. This engine was factory rated with 200HP and 196 lb-ft of torque. The engine was dressed with matching white valve covers that looks amazing. The original owner signed the engine after everything was completed. Some custom features include the air intake, pulleys, Accel coil, MSD red wires, braided hoses, battery power cut off knob, stainless nuts and bolts. Some of the custom chrome pieces include the hood latch assembly, wiper motor cover, throttle cable cover, fuse box cover, alarm siren cover, cruise control unit cover, battery cover and radiator brackets. The engine breathes through a ceramic header and Bosal Performance 80mm exhaust with large chrome tip. This exhaust system sounds like music when shifting through the gears. The engine is coupled to the factory original “W58” 5-speed manual transmission. The transmission shifts smoothly with the new high performance clutch. The power is transferred to the pavement through the factory original rear end which was rebuilt. The undercarriage is nicely detailed throughout with some custom parts. The floors were painted in a textured black paint for durability. The fuel system, steering system, braking system and suspension components were restored or replaced new. All of the stainless nuts and bolts really stand out. It’s equipped with yellow Bilstein shocks at all four corners. It’s also equipped with power four wheel disc brakes that include Rotora red 6-piston calipers on the front, red calipers on the rear, drilled and slotted rotors. The original owner’s manuals, original tool bag, Haynes Repair Manual and clean Car Fax report are included. This vehicle has recently been completely serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. Offered from the MS Classic Car Collection

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1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1

1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1

Lot #94 (Sale Order 99 of 201)

This beautiful 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 Coupe is a very authentic example with only 44,375 original miles. It’s one of only 1,741 LT1 models produced in 1972. As the NCRS “Confirmation of Existence of Judging Awards” letter documents this vehicle achieved a Chapter Second Flight Award with a final score of 93.6 and Chapter Top Flight Award with a final score of 97.9. The third generation Corvette, patterned after the Mako Shark II concept car, was introduced for the 1968 model year and was in production until 1982. The C3 coupes featured the first use of T-top removable roof panels. As the original 1972 Corvette Order form documents the order was received on March 30th, 1972. As the NCRS “Shipping Data Report” letter documents the GM official production date was May 4th, 1972. As the original window sticker documents this vehicle was built in St. Louis, MO as a 1972 Chevrolet Corvette with a Targa Blue exterior and blue vinyl interior. It was built with the following options: (PU9)- F70 x 15 white lettered tires, (U69)- AM/FM pushbutton radio, (N40)- power steering, (LT1) – 255HP Turbo-Fire Special 350 V8, (M21)- 4-speed close-ratio transmission and (J50) –power brakes. It was retailed by Gates Chevrolet Corporation located in South Bend, IN. From the information gathered it remained in Indiana for roughly 35 years. In the mid 2000’s it was lightly restored which included the exterior paint and some interior trim. Over the years mechanical work was done as needed but it was never mechanically restored. It eventually found its way to Michigan in 2008 and then to California in 2010. It was sold to well-known classic car collector from Scottsbluff, NE in 2012 where it remained for the next 10 years. The following original items are included: 1972 Corvette Order Form, window sticker, owner’s manual’s with plastic cover, vehicle inspection receipt from 1974, hand written service records from 1974-1987, miscellaneous service receipts from 1986-2010, registrations from 2010-2011, parking permit from 2012, NCRS “Shipping Date Report”, NCRS “Confirmation of Existence of Judging Awards”, judging sheet and award. The exterior of this car is in beautiful condition throughout. The body is straight and all the gap lines are very nice. During the exterior re-painting process the front fender grilles were removed and re-shaped to appear like a 1974 and newer model. The car was painted in its original color of Targa Blue which dresses this body perfectly. The paint was recently detailed to a show quality shine. The painted LT1 white hood stripe really sets this car apart from its siblings. The T-tops are quickly removable and open up the cabin space to fresh air. The original side and rear glass has the Safety Flo Lite factory stamps. The side glass also reads Astro-Ventilation. Everything on the exterior has been restored or replaced such as the driver’s side mirror, front bumper, side moldings, rear antenna, tail lights bezels and lenses, rear bumpers and emblems. The door handles are original and do have some patina. The car sits proudly on re-finished 15” Rally wheels with new trim rings and center caps. The wheels are wrapped with Firestone Super Sport Wide Oval F70-15 whitewall tires. The interior of this car is also in beautiful condition throughout. It was lightly restored in its original color of blue vinyl which complements the exterior perfectly. The back side of the roof panels, sun visors, dash, steering column, door panels, bucket seats, seat belts, carpeting and floor mats are blue. Its sports factory black gauges and a three-spoke steering wheel with black wrap. The clock is in working order. The full length center console is also blue with black trim. The original stereo was restored and a Rockford Fosgate amplifier was added. The engine compartment is mostly original and very clean throughout. It still retains the original emissions sticker. The car is powered by its original matching numbers (LTI) 350 V8 that was factory rated with 255HP. With only 44,375 original miles the engine didn’t need rebuilding. The engine was recently serviced and runs excellent. It’s been dressed with the factory chrome air cleaner. The engine breathes through the factory manifolds and dual exhaust system which sounds sweet. The engine is coupled to the original matching numbers (M21) 4-speed manual transmission. Once again, with only 44,375 original miles the transmission didn’t need rebuilding. The transmission shifts precisely through the gears. The undercarriage is also mostly original and very clean throughout. It was recently detailed to enhance it which included light painting. The fuel system, steering system, braking system and suspension components were restored or replaced new over the years of routine service. This vehicle has recently been completely serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. Sold From MS Classic Car Collection

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom "Yenko 427 Re-Creation"

Lot #95 (Sale Order 100 of 201)

This outstanding 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom “Yenko 427 Re-Creation” is a true star with its correct show quality restoration and media exposure. This special example was a featured on Power Block TV with Courtney Hanson and on Jake Owen’s music video “Days of Gold”. It was also a Goodguys “Mighty Muscle” award winner. As the VIN number indicates this vehicle was built in Norwood, OH as a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 2-door Coupe with an 8 cylinder engine. As the trim tag indicates it was a “Special Paint” color and from the information gathered it was originally Rallye Green. It was the product of a meticulous rotisserie restoration which was built as close to an original Yenko Super Car as possible. The build was completed around 2010 and has 385 miles since completion. Since it was finished it’s been stored properly and appears very fresh. Great attention to detail is evident throughout this entire car. If you’re looking for the next best thing to a real 1969 Yenko Camaro you’ve found it. Right here, right now. The exterior is absolutely gorgeous in every sense of the word. The first generation Camaro design is iconic and will always have a place in the American muscle car history books. The body is laser straight and it has excellent gap lines throughout. It has been outfitted with a cowl induction hood, Endura front bumper, front spoiler and rear spoiler. It was painted in the factory correct (code 79) Rallye Green paint which looks amazing. The paint is high quality and looks wet with its deep clear coat reflection. The Rallye Green is complemented with correct white Yenko/SC decals that were applied to the hood and side of body. All of the glass was replaced new and is crystal clear. The correct Soft Ray stamp was applied to each piece of glass. All of the glass trim fits tight and is brilliant. Everything on the exterior was restored or replaced such as the wipers, antenna, front grille, T3 headlights, driver’s side mirror, door handles, lower moldings, rear bumper, tail light bezels and tail light lenses. The correct Yenko and 427 emblems were also placed accordingly. It has a killer stance on the correct American Racing Torque Thrust 15×7 wheels that have a natural center and polished lip. The wheels are wrapped with the correct Goodyear Wide Tread GT Poly E70-15 tires. The interior quality is reflective of the exterior. It was completely restored in its black trim which looks beautiful. The new upholstery includes the headliner, sun visors, dash pad, door panels, front seats, rear seats and carpeting. Everything was restored or replaced such as the dome light, rear view mirror, gauges, knobs, steering wheel, door sills, door handles, window rollers, console, seat belts and pedals. It’s equipped with many correct features such as the 3-spoke steering wheel, dash and console wood trim, 140MPH speedometer, 7000RPM tachometer, tic toc console gauges, Hurst shifter and SYC embossed headrests. A new set of custom carpeted floor mats with the Yenko badge were added. Everything in the interior is in working order such as the dome light, gauges, clock, stereo and heating system. The trunk compartment was correctly restored to a high level including the trunk splatter paint and various stickers. It’s equipped with a factory style trunk mat, matching full size spare tire and jack tools. The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many correct parts. The firewall, inner fenders and radiator support was painted black which looks very sharp. The factory “BPT” orange letters were added to the firewall. The car is powered by a correct date coded 427 V8 that is estimated with 425HP. It was completely rebuilt and runs great. The engine casting number is #3868512 which is a 4-bolt main 427. The engine is outfitted with the correct 840 steel square port heads and aluminum “snowflake” intake with casting #3938163 and chrome valve covers with Yenko stickers. It’s equipped with the correct Holley carburetor, GM cowl induction air cleaner and smog system. The engine is cooled by the correct Harrison 4-core curve neck radiator. Other details include a CZ stamped alternator, GM stamped hoses, correct style clamps, gold power brake booster and Delco Energizer battery topper. The engine breathes through factory manifolds and correct style Gardner dual exhaust system. This is a top notch reproduction exhaust system that sounds awesome connected to the 427 V8 power house. The engine is coupled to a correct date coded Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission. It was completely rebuilt and shifts smooth through all the gears. The power is transferred to the pavement through the correct date coded Gm 12-bolt POSI rear end with 4:10 gears. **FOR FULL DESCRIPTION VISIT auction.owlshead.org**. From the MS Classic Car Collection

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1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I

1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I

Lot #96 (Sale Order 101 of 201)

This stunning 1965 Sunbeam Tiger MK I was the product of a documented rotisserie restoration and is in show quality condition throughout. It was listed in the Tiger Registry by Tiger expert Norman Miller which was verified with Tiger expert Bill Martin of Rootes Group Depot by Marc Schiliro of MS CLASSIC CARS in July of 2022. The Sunbeam Tiger is a high-performance V8 version of the British Rootes Group’s Sunbeam Alpine roadster, designed in part by American car designer and racing driver Carroll Shelby. He had carried out a similar V8 conversion on the AC Cobra, and hoped to be offered the contract to produce the Tiger at his facility in the United States. Rootes decided instead to contract the assembly work to Jenson at West Bromwich in England and pay Shelby a royalty on every car produced. A total of 7,085 were produced from 1964 to 1967. The first model was designated as an MK I which was produced from April 1964 to August 1965 totaling 3,763 units. This example was late built 1965 model. It retains its original body tag and chassis tag. From the information gathered this example was found with only 27,230 miles on the odometer in incredibly well-preserved condition after being in storage for over 37 years by its second owner in Texas. To bring this Tiger MK I back to its former glory, a no-expense-spared rotisserie restoration was commissioned. The restoration was completed in 2012 and has less than 700 miles since completion. This car sports its original color combination of an Artic White exterior and Red interior which is extremely rare. The car is powered by a period correct Ford 260 V8 engine and 4-speed manual transmission which are both believed to be original to the vehicle. This Tiger MK I was equipped with a some Los Angles Tiger options including cast alloy wheels (LAT 9) and a limited-slip differential with 3.54 rear gear ratio (LAT 50 and 53). This is a wonderful example of a very special Tiger MK I. A photo album of the restoration and copy of Texas title from 2012 is included. The exterior of this car is simply stunning in every sense of the word. During the restoration process the paint was stripped and a very original body was revealed. As documented, it was put on a rotisserie, primed and block-sanded to ensure the body was laser straight. The panel fitment is really good and the doors close very nicely. It was re-painted in its original color of Artic White which is code #92. The high quality paint was recently detailed to a show quality shine. It’s equipped with a new black soft top which fits well but is wrinkled from being down most of the time. The new Triple X laminated front windshield was added during the restoration. The side glass is original and only shows minor signs of wear. Everything on the exterior was replaced or restored such as the windshield trim, wipers, driver’s mirror, Carello H4 headlights, front grill bar, front bumper, door handles, side moldings, trunk lid hinges, gas cap, taillight bezels and lenses, rear bumper and emblems. The car sit’s on original Los Angles Tiger (LAT 9) cast alloy wheels that have a black center with a Tiger in the center cap. The wheels are wrapped with Michelin XAS FF 165HR13 tires. The interior of this car is also simply stunning in every sense of the word. As documented the entire interior was stripped and re-finished in its original red trim which is gorgeous. From the information gathered from Tiger expert Bill Martin of Rootes Group Depot this is an extremely rare and desirable color combination. The new red upholstery includes the door panels, bucket seats, center console, rear section and carpeting. The wood dash houses the black Jaeger gauges which are all in working order. The wood steering wheel and shifter make the driver feel part of the car. Everything in the interior was restored or replaced such as the rear view mirror, dash pad, dash hard ware, door sill plates, door grab handles, window cranks, seats, ash tray, etc. The trunk compartment was nicely restored. Its home to the spare tire, jack tools and battery with power cut off knob. The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The entire engine bay was stripped during the restoration and re-painted body color which looks crisp. The car is powered by a period correct 260 V8 that was completely rebuilt and runs excellent. This engine is believed to be the original to the vehicle but since the valve cover plate with engine number isn’t present it’s impossible to prove since the VIN numbers weren’t stamped on the engine block. The engine was dressed with chrome valve covers, Cobra intake, Holley Quick-Fuel 450CFM carburetor and Cobra finned oil pan. Everything was replaced new during the restoration such as the wiring, hoses, clamps, coil, distributor, spark plug wires, brake booster, washer fluid bottle, radiator and over-fill canister. **FOR FULL DESCRIPTION VISIT auction.owlshead.org**. From the MS CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION

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1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Coupe 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Coupe

1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Coupe

Lot #97 (Sale Order 102 of 201)

This gorgeous 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Coupe is a wonderful example of an early matching numbers E-Type. It has 63,650 original miles and was with the last owner for 34 years. As the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate documents it was built on June 7th, 1962 as a Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8L Fixed-head coupe-(LHD) with a Cream exterior, Red interior and manual transmission. It was one of only 7,670 fixed head coupes built in 1962. From the information gathered including a copy of the registration from 1986, it’s believed this vehicle spent its life in California until it was acquired by the last owner who lives in Portage, MI. This car was purchased by the last owner in 1987 as a survivor with roughly 47,000 original miles. As the service records indicate it was driven and routinely serviced throughout the years. In 1999, the car was sent to a facility where it was completely repainted in its original color. In 2019, the car was sent to another facility for mechanical and cosmetic work which totaled $43,000.00. Some of that work included removing the front end, repainting the firewall and frame, rebuilding the engine, transmission, steering, suspension and braking system. In 2022, MS CLASSIC CARS performed additional mechanical and cosmetic work which totaled $27,000.00. Some of that work included new exterior glass, exterior trim and interior upholstery. This car is now ready to show and enjoy. The exterior is in beautiful condition throughout. The unique styling is like rolling artwork. It retains all the original sheet metal throughout. During the re-painting process the body was stripped. A few minor rust spots were repaired on the body pan and trunk floor. The car was painted in the original Cream color with PPG Deltron Concept which is a basecoat/clearcoat application. The paint was recently detailed to a brilliant shine. The front windshield, quarter glass and rear glass was replaced new. Everything on the exterior was restored or replaced such as the window trim, wipers, mirrors, headlight bezels, front bumper, tail light bezels and rear bumpers. The car sits on the 15” chrome wire wheels that are secured with two-eared knock-off spinners. The wheels are wrapped with Michelin XVS-P 185HR15 tires that were replaced new in November of 2020. The interior is also in beautiful condition throughout. The cabin was trimmed with Red from the factory. It was recently reupholstered including the door panels, door sills, bucket seats, console side trim, shift boot, E-brake boot, carpeting and cargo area. The red carpeting is contrasted by a black dashboard and the textured aluminum center console trim extends to the switchgear panel on the dashboard. A wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel with an E-Type center cap sits ahead of the Smiths instrumentation including a 160-mph speedometer and a 6k-rpm tachometer with an inset analog clock. A quartet of auxiliary instrumentation in the center stack includes an ammeter, along with displays for coolant temperature, oil pressure and fuel level. It’s equipped with a Kenwood stereo with custom speakers in the front and rear. The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The entire engine bay was restored from 2019-2020. The bonnet was completely removed to allow easy access. The firewall and frame were stripped and repainted. Everything was restored or replaced during this process. The original matching numbers 3.8L Inline 6 cylinder engine was completely rebuilt and runs excellent. It’s equipped with triple SU carburetors and polished valve covers. This engine was rated with 265HP from the factory. The engine breathes through a dual exhaust system which sounds sweet. The engine is coupled to the original matching numbers Moss 4-speed manual transmission which was completely rebuilt. The undercarriage is very clean throughout with many new parts. Everything was restored or replaced such as the fuel system, steering system, suspension system and braking system. This vehicle has recently been completely serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. This is the first time this vehicle has been made available from the distinguished MS CLASSIC CARS Collection.

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1964 Porsche 356SC 1964 Porsche 356SC

1964 Porsche 356SC

Lot #98 (Sale Order 103 of 201)

This handsome 1964 Porsche 356SC is a superb example of a fully restored and matching numbers classic sports car. It’s accompanied with a copy of the Kardex which lists original delivery information as well as the factory drivetrain serial numbers. The 356 was Porsche’s first production automobile that was produced from 1948-1965. The 356 is a lightweight and nimble-handling, rear-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-door available both in a hardtop coupe and open configurations. The 356 was built in four distinct series, the original (pre-A), followed the 356 A, 356 B and finally the 356 C. The latest revision of the 356 was the 356C which was introduced in the 1964 model year. It featured disc brakes all around, as well as an option for the most powerful pushrod engine Porsche had ever produced, the 95HP “SC”. As documented this example was purchased new by Mr. John F. Englin of Hanford, CA. From the information gathered it spent its life in California until 2021. A copy of a California title showing a first year sold date of 1964 is included. The car was the product of a rotisserie nut and bolt restoration which is believed to have been completed in 2019. It’s in show quality condition including a detailed undercarriage. It was refinished in its original color combination of an Enamel Blue exterior and tan trimmed leather interior which is truly remarkable. The car is powered by its original matching numbers 1600 SC engine and a period correct 4-speed manual transaxle. The chassis badge, chassis identification tag and chassis stamp are all present. All numbers align to the Stoddard Porsche 356 Body and Engine ID Numbers Chart which is included. An original owner’s manual and tool kit is also included. An example like this one doesn’t come around often. The exterior of this car is in beautiful condition throughout. The body is very straight and it has excellent body gaps. The doors open and close so nicely. The car was stripped and painted in its original color of Enamel Blue which is code #6403. This color dresses this body perfectly and looks amazing in the natural sunlight. The paint was recently detailed to a brilliant shine. The color-matched bumpers with chrome and black moldings look great. The gold Porsche SC emblems also look great on the engine cover. Everything on the exterior was restored or replaced such as all the glass, window trim, wipers, mirror, hood ornament, headlight bezels, Wagner headlights, parking light bezels and lenses, front bumper pieces, door handles, rocker molding, twin grille engine covers, tail light bezels and lenses, rear bumper pieces and emblems. The chrome Leitz luggage rack with leather straps adds character. The car has a great stance on chrome 15” ventilated chrome wheels with Porsche crests on the chrome hub caps. The wheels are wrapped with Nexen SB-802 tires that are 165-80-15 with 2019 date codes. The interior of this car is equally as beautiful as the exterior. The tan leather trim is a match made in heaven with the blue exterior color. The perforated headliner is tight. The re-upholstered tan leather includes the dash pad, door panels, arm rests, bucket seats, rear panel and rear seating with luggage straps. A three-spoke steering wheel with a Porsche crest horn button fronts VDO instrumentation that includes a central 6K-rpm tachometer, a 120-mph speedometer and a combination gauge. Additional appointments include a quartz movement analog clock and a Blaupunkt push-button AM/FM radio. The correct German-squareweave carpet with OEM rubber floor mat looks the part. Everything in the interior was restored or replaced such as the rear view mirror, dash hardware, door sills, door handles, window cranks, speakers, shifter and pedals. The front cargo area was nicely stored and organized. The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The black rear engine cover is crisp. The car is powered by the original matching numbers 1600 “SC” engine which was completely rebuilt and runs excellent. The air-cooled 1.6L 616/16 flat-four features dual Solex carburetors with correct Knecht air filters and was factory rated with 95HP. Everything was restored or replaced such as the wiring, coil, distributor, wires, belts, hoses, etc. The correct tags and stickers were added on some miscellaneous parts. The engine is coupled to the period correct 4-speed manual transaxle which was also completely rebuilt and shifts smoothly. The undercarriage is also highly detailed throughout with many new parts. The entire underside was painted in a texture black paint which is durable. The fuel system, steering system, suspension components and braking system with four wheel disc brakes. Finding Porsche 356 models with undercarriages this clean are few and far between. This vehicle has recently been completely serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. From the MS CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION

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2002 BMW Z8 2002 BMW Z8

2002 BMW Z8

Lot #99 (Sale Order 104 of 201)

This gorgeous 2002 BMW Z8 is a wonderful example with only 8,900 original miles. The BMW Z8 is a highly collectable German sports car that was only produced for three model years ranging from 2001-2003. A total of 5,703 were produced world-wide of which 2,543 were for the North American market. The Z8 originally was designed as a styling exercise intended to evoke and celebrate the 1956-1959 BMW 507. Prototypes were spotted testing between 1996 and 1999. A concept was later developed to preview the Z8, called the Z07 and showcased in October 1997 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The Z8 was showcased as James Bond’s car in the film “The World Is Not Enough” released in November of 1999. This example’s production date was November of 2001 and is one of 524 produced as a 2002 model year. As the original factory window sticker indicates it was finished in a Titanium Silver Metallic exterior and a Nappa Black all leather interior. It is one of 1,895 produced in this desirable color combination. This example was shipped to Classic BMW located in Turnersville, NJ and sold to its first owner who lived in Wenonah, NJ on February 8th, 2002. It was purchased by a dealership in Greenwich, CT on June 3rd, 2004 with 3,589 original miles. The dealership sold the car to its second owner on May 19th, 2005 with 4,757 original miles. The second owner lived in Goshen, CT and purchased this vehicle an investment. In July of 2009 the second owner moved to Millbrook, NY. As the clean Car Fax report indicates the second owner only averaged a few hundred miles per year. This car was always maintained and stored properly. The second owner decided to sell the car after 17 years of ownership to MS CLASSIC CARS on May 6th, 2022. MS CLASSIC CARS immediately scheduled an appointment with BMW of Warwick for a complete inspection and comprehensive service. MS CLASSIC CARS went above and beyond with the service which totaled $7,117.98. During the detailing process this vehicle was ceramic coated with Gtechniq Crystal Serum Ultra. The service and detail invoice is included. The original four tires, two key fobs, valet key, owner’s manuals, hardtop, hardtop stand, soft top boot cover, windscreen, windscreen bag, tool kit, first aid kit, front license plate bracket, touch up paint and Car Fax report are also included. The original coffee table book is not included. The attractive exterior is in beautiful condition throughout. The classic design and styling is total eye candy. The body is free of any dings or dents. The paint is virtually flawless with exception a few very tiny chips and some scratches on the bottom side of the front lip. It retains 100% of the original factory Titanium Silver Metallic paint which was tested with an electric paint meter by MS CLASSIC CARS. The paint was recently detailed to a show quality shine and then ceramic coated with Gtechniq Crystal Serum Ultra for added protection. The front lower portion of the bumper has some road rash that was touched up with Color System BMW touch up paint that was ordered from BMW of Warwick and included. It’s equipped with the factory painted hard top and black cloth soft top which fit like a glove. The soft top does have a few slight wear marks from being folded down over the years. The factory hard top stand is in excellent condition and included. All of the glass, rubber seals, headlight covers and lenses covers are also in excellent condition. The factory dressed the exterior with many chrome appointments which include the mirrors, front grill trim, fender trim, door handles and tail light trim. It’s equipped with automatic soft top, rollover protection, Xenon headlights and neon brake lights. The car sits on the original Z8 double spoke forged 18” light alloy wheels that are also in excellent condition. The wheels are wrapped with new factory replacement Bridgestone Potenza RE050A run flat tires that are 245-45-18 on the front and 275-40-18 on the rear. These are the replacements for the original factory tires. The original four Bridgestone Potenza RE0 245-45-18 front and 275-40-18 rear tires are included. **FOR FULL DESCRIPTION VISIT auction.owlshead.org**. From the MS CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION

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1966 Shelby Group II Mustang 1966 Shelby Group II Mustang

1966 Shelby Group II Mustang "The Legacy Continues"

Lot #100 (Sale Order 105 of 201)

Carroll Shelby confirms in interview with long-term owner Gary Spraggins that this 1966 Shelby Group II Racer #12 was originally intended for Ken Miles to race. This is fully documented in the Special Collectors Edition of Mustang Monthly January 1995 Magazine. This magazine was provided by Gary Spraggins and is included with the car. See added photos in the photo gallery. Copies of photos from 1984 of long-term owner Gary Spraggins with the 1966 Shelby Group II Mustang when the car was discovered. These photos were provided by Gary Spraggins and are included with the car. Copy of SAAC Headquarters letter from 1984 addressed to Gary Spraggins regarding the 1966 Shelby Group II Mustang #12. This letter was provided by Gary Spraggins and is included with the car. VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS: ONE OF THE RAREST SHELBY MUSTANGS’S EVER BUILT! In 1965 a total of 562 Shelby GT350 models were built which included 33 Competition Production Cars referred to as the R-model. In 1966, a total of 2,378 Shelby GT350 models were built which included 20 Production Racers referred to as Shelby Group 1 and Group II Mustangs. These were built to the R-model specifications. This example is one of those 20. One of only 16 Shelby Group II Mustangs built in 1966. One of only 53 Shelby Group II Mustangs built between 1966-1969. Originally built for famous Shelby American driver – Ken Miles. This is documented in the SAAC Shelby Registry 1965-1966-1967 4th Edition. Purchased new and raced by legendary driver – John McComb from 1966-1969. One of 7 Shelby Group II Mustangs that raced in the Trans-Am series in 1966 which helped Ford claim The Trans Am Manufacturers Championship for 1966. Participant of over 30 documented races from 1966-1973 with 22 top 3 finishes. 1st Place at Pan American Trans-Am in Green Valley, TX in 1966. 1st Place at Continental Divide SCCA National in 1966. Finished 1st in SCCA Midwest Division in 1966 and 1967. Finished 2nd in the SCCA A/Sedan Midwest in 1967. Raced at Daytona 300 Trans-Am and 24-Hours of Daytona in 1967. 1st Place at SCCA National in Wichita, KS in 1968. It set an A/Sedan lap record and tied A/Production Corvette of Don Yenko for 2nd fastest lap ever run at Lake Afton. Limited ownership history. Show quality concours restoration to era correct specifications by Legendary Motorcar in 2015 with only test miles since completion. Powered by an era correct Shelby built 289 Hi-Po V8 engine with Hi-Po heads, aluminum high rise intake, Holley 715CFM carburetor and modified valve covers with an era correct Borg-Warner close ratio 4-speed and 9” Detroit Locker rear end. Signed by Carroll Shelby, John McComb, Chuck Cantwell and Terry Doty in various places on the vehicle. Featured in the cover and inside Sports Car Graphic December 1966 magazine which was signed by John McComb and included with the sale. Featured inside Sports Car Graphic June 1967 magazine which was signed by John McComb and included with the sale. Featured in Motor Trend World Automotive Yearbook for 1967 which was signed by John McComb and included with the sale. Fully documented in the SAAC Shelby Registry 1965-1966-1967 4th Edition. A new version of this book which was signed by John McComb is included with the sale. Verified by 1965-1966 Shelby Registrar – Howard Pardee. A copy of the email from Howard Pardee will be included with the sale. Verified by Shelby Trans Am Registrar – Gary Underwood. Information mailed from Gary Underwood will be included with the sale. John McComb and his wife Vici McComb were reunited with the car after roughly 25 years in June of 2022. Photos are included with the sale. John McComb was interviewed by Toby Stinson of the Owls Head Transportation Museum in June of 2022. A transcript of the interview which as signed by John McComb will be included with the sale. Miscellaneous books and articles will be included with the sale. Authentic John McComb Racing stickers and reproduction magnetic stickers will be included with the sale. John McComb donated many items surrounding his career and this car to the Owls Head Transportation Museum which can be viewed in person but aren’t included with the sale. Photo copies of everything will be included with the sale. Completely serviced and detailed by MS CLASSIC CARS in June of 2022 which is documented with an invoice that is included with the sale. FROM THE MS CLASSIC CAR COLLECTION ***FOR FULL DESCRIPTION VISIT https://auction.owlshead.org/listing/1966-shelby-group-ii-mustang-the-legacy-continues/ ***

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1924 BSA Model B 1924 BSA Model B

1924 BSA Model B

Lot #101 (Sale Order 106 of 201)

This 1924 BSA Model B is being offered for sale with No Reserve.  Affectionately nicknamed the ?round tank,? the Model B was a huge success for BSA, selling well over 30,000 units in its five year production run.   Capable of speeds up to 45 miles per hour, the BSA Model B was an extremely affordable, simple to use motorcycle, making it highly desirable for working people in Britain.  This BSA is a well restored example.

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1955 Triumph TR2 1955 Triumph TR2

1955 Triumph TR2

Lot #102 (Sale Order 107 of 201)

This 1955 Triumph TR2 is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. Before the car was acquired by the estate in 2001, this TR2 went through a complete frame-off restoration. The car comes with records/photos of the restoration, as well as, pictures and various documentation. The car is powered by a well-running 1.9L inline-4 mated to a 4-speed transmission. This Triumph is in very good condition overall. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to those years in storage, this car may need more attention before proper road use. This car is sold with a current registration.

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1969 Porsche 912 E 1969 Porsche 912 E

1969 Porsche 912 E

Lot #103 (Sale Order 108 of 201)

This 1969 Porsche 912 is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This 912 was obtained by the estate in 2005. After obtaining the vehicle, a correct 912 engine purpose built by well known Porsche expert, Harry Pellow, was installed into this 912.  The engine and transaxle and runs and drives very well and has been driven by owls head staff. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to those years in storage, this car may need more attention before proper road use. This car is sold with a current registration.

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1967 CORVETTE ROADSTER 1967 CORVETTE ROADSTER

1967 CORVETTE ROADSTER

Lot #104 (Sale Order 109 of 201)

Offered for sale without reserve, a heavily optioned, well documented, numbers matching 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427ci /400hp roadster. Since its inception, the Chevrolet Corvette is widely considered to be America?s true sports car. Across multiple generations and styles, one constant has remained. More than just a car, the Corvette is a living icon, loved, and adored by all. Regarded as one of the most sought-after Corvettes, this documented big block 427ci 1967 Corvette roadster should seriously be considered by any enthusiast or collector.

This particular1967 Corvette is an excellent example of one of the most heavily optioned Corvettes one could purchase that year. Under the hood, this vehicle is powered by its original 427ci engine with the 400hp tri-carburetor set up with a four-speed manual transmission and posi trac rear axle. Other factory options include air conditioning, black leather interior with optional headrest seats, dual side mounted exhaust, original factory bolt on wheels, power windows and AM/FM radio. All these accessories can be confirmed through the original factory build sheet, also known as the ?tank sticker.? The original factory warranty booklet, complete with its ?protect-o-plate? is also included in the sale. Overall, this Corvette is an example of an original numbers matching vehicle restored to a high level. This vehicle is being offered from an estate, and exact detailed restoration information is not available; however, a close inspection by any serious buyer will not disappoint. The vehicle is currently at the Owls Head Transportation Museum and can be inspected anytime with an appointment prior to Auction Week.

Auction staff at Owls Head worked with the estate to document the vehicle. A full report, with photos, can be provided for decoding purposes on request. According to the warranty card, this Corvette was purchased by a gentleman in Silver Springs, Maryland, in April of 1967. As stated earlier, according to the ?tank sticker? all options on this vehicle are factory originals. According to the trim tag, this vehicle has a production date of March 27,1967. When decoding the various components on the vehicle, all dates line up within the correct date sequence and options for the build. According to its stamp, the engine was assembled on March 7,1967 and is coded the correct JC suffix for the 400hp option and has the matching sequence serial number to the car. The matching number on the transmission has been confirmed as has the rear axle. All major component numbers have also been cross referenced to the numbers on the ?protect-o-plate,? and all match. The alternator, according to the code, is the correct 61 amps version used on the larger engine and a/c cars and is date coded as March 9, 1967. Carburetor numbers have been visually confirmed as well. The cylinder heads, while correct for the 400hp options, have a date code of late March,1967, indicating that during the restoration the heads were replaced; but great time and effort was made to source correct components of virtually the same date. All inspection photographs, copies of documents, and coding reports are available upon request.

Opportunities to bid on a Corvette of this caliber are extremely rare. Overall, this heavily optioned, documented numbers matching 427ci/400hp Corvette roadster is in very good to excellent condition. Offered for sale without reserve, now is the time to take a shot at a dream car. Vehicle is sold with a registration.


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1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 442

Lot #105 (Sale Order 110 of 201)

In 1964, General Motors released the new ?A-Body? platform to their subsidiaries. Oldsmobile took advantage of the new platform to update the Jetfire model. They gave the car a radical new look, moved the car up a size class, and gave it a new name: Cutlass. The Cutlass competed well with the Tempest and the Chevelle of the same platform, however Pontiac?s new GTO encroached onto the Cutlass. Oldsmobile?s response was the 4-4-2. Olds upgraded the Cutlass with a 400ci v8 engine, 4 barrel carburetor, and 2 (dual) exhaust, hence 4-4-2. The 4-4-2 package was a huge success for the Cutlass and remains an iconic muscle car today.

In 1967 this Cutlass Supreme was bought new in Boston Massachusetts with the complete 4-4-2 package: 400ci engine, 4-speed, and dual exhaust. The original buyer special ordered the car with several other options as well including a 12-bolt posi rear end, the special ?Rally Pack? Gauge Cluster, SS-1 wheels, and a convertible top. The car was very well maintained over the years; only 3 owners on the books and 38k miles on the clock.

This Cutlass? current owner has performed a multitude of work to preserve this muscle car. The original engine was refreshed with new gaskets and given new timing gears to replace the factory nylon-tooth gears. A completely new clutch assembly was installed, improving clutch feel and drivability. A new, OEM correct, dual exhaust with correct chambered tailpipes was installed as well. The interior was completely redone as well as the convertible top. The brake lines, fuel lines, u joints, wheels cylinders, and brake shoes are all new and correct to the car. The original SS-1 wheels that came with the car off the dealer?s lot were preserved and come with the car as well.


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1974 Chevrolet Corvette 1974 Chevrolet Corvette

1974 Chevrolet Corvette

Lot #106 (Sale Order 111 of 201)

For Chevrolet?s iconic Corvette, 1974 brought a rear body-colored ?s ft? bumper, which matched the similarly constructed front bumper introduced the year before. This gave the car a more cohesive look as now the front and rear ends matched. This was also the year before the power-sapping catalytic converter debuted and caused engine outputs to tumble. The 1974 Corvette also marked the second to last year that a C3 convertible would be offered. Of the 37,502 Corvettes produced for 1974, only 5,474 were convertibles.

Here we have one of those rare 1974 Corvette convertibles, and this one ticks off plenty of boxes. First off, this gorgeous example has only 57,114 original miles and has been pampered for all of them. A recipient of a Top Flight award means we?re not exaggerating when we say this car is in impressive overall condition.

The original-spec Dark Green paint looks fantastic and the car comes with a color-matched hard top. Original Rally wheels fitted with Goodyear Eagle STs finish off the head-turning visage of the ?vette. Inside, the black leather seats are likewise in pristine condition and the options include A/C and an AM/FM stereo.

Under the hood is the original L48 350 V8 that?s coupled to the original 4-speed transmission. As you?d expect of such a low-mileage and Top Flight-winning car, the Corvette runs and drives great.


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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396

Lot #107 (Sale Order 112 of 201)

Incredibly original 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS396/375hp L78 4 speed ? believed to be 36k original miles and original paint. This car has been gone through mechanically, it runs and drives excellent.

  • Built at the Norwood, OH plant
  • X66 code SS396 with correct black body sill, rear quarter moldings, blacked out tailpan and power brakes (front disc)
  • Unrestored 712 black custom interior
  • Rallye Green code 79 paint, believed to be original. The paint was thoroughly examined by three separate professionals in the auto body and detailing field ? all three (in addition to the previous owner) stated that they believe the paint to be original.
  • Front and rear spoilers
  • Original JH code L78 396ci/375hp engine verified by engine VIN stamp (see picture). This engine was recently rebuilt and runs very strong. According to the previous owner the original solid cam/lifter setup was replaced with a hydraulic setup for better durability and less maintenance while maintaining high performance.
  • Original Muncie M21 4 speed manual transmission verified by VIN stamp (see picture)
  • Original 12 bolt positraction rear end with 4.10 gears assembled by the Detroit Gear & Axle plant (see picture)
  • Correct intake (see picture)
  • Correct carburetor (see picture)
  • 396ci/375hp L78 cylinder heads (see picture)
  • Clean unrestored undercarriage
  • Original front sway bar, valve covers, exhaust manifolds and other misc. parts included with the sale
  • Flowmaster headers and mufflers currently installed on the car
  • Only 4,889 L78 Camaros were produced in 1969. Low production combined with believed to be original low mileage and paint makes this an opportunity to acquire a rare Camaro that is ready to go.

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1966 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab 1966 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab

1966 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab

Lot #108 (Sale Order 113 of 201)

This 1966 Ford Bronco 1/2 Cab is a rare and sought after 1st generation Bronco. Out of the three body styles for the Bronco, the 1/2 cab pickup is the rarest of the three. This 1/2 Cab has Ford's classic and dead -reliable 170ci inline 6 mated to a sturdy 3-speed column shift manual transmission. This Bronco has been restored and maintained very well. The owners describe the car to be in very good condition with excellent paint and interior work. This car is offered with a registration.
 


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1957 Jaguar XK140MC 1957 Jaguar XK140MC

1957 Jaguar XK140MC

Lot #109 (Sale Order 114 of 201)

Introduced in the mid 1950?s as Jaguar?s followup to the highly successful XK120, the XK140 is widely regarded as one of the premier sports and exotic automobiles ever produced by Jaguar.    Numerous improvements were made for the XK140 over its predecessor without sacrificing the luxurious lines and elegant curves.    This specific example, a 1957 Jaguar XK140 OTS (open two seater), is a highly sought after numbers matching ?MC? model and is offered for sale with No Reserve.

Overall, this Jaguar XK140MC is an extremely fine example of a classic British sports car and has been lovingly cared for by its longtime current owner, an avid collector of fine automobiles and yachts.   As verified by the accompanied certificate from the Jaguar Heritage Trust, this vehicle is painted in its original pastel or ?Cotswold Blue? color.  The exterior finish and lustor is extremely presentable for a high quality older restoration which speaks to the caliber and care of the vehicle.    All vehicle numbers listed on the car?s data tag match the numbers found on the car as well as the heritage certificate.   On the interior, the cockpit is trimmed out with blue carpeting and leather seats.   The soft top is a high quality soft canvas and the darker blue color compliments the overall Cotsworth Blue nicely.

Under the hood this Jaguar is equipped with its original DOHC 6 cylinder specially equipped MC edition engine which features the optional C-Type cylinder head.  Paired with dual SU carburetors, the MC special edition engine was recorded as producing upwards of 210hp.   While driving down the road, the four speed transmission shifts smoothly and helps to create a wonderful driving experience.  In 2010, this Jaguar won the best of its class at a Jaguar concours in Tucson Arizona prior to the vehicle coming to New England.   Overall, this numbers matching MC edition Jaguar XK140 is a high quality example of an iconic British sports car and is being offered for sale without reserve.  Sold with a Maine Registration.


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1933 Packard 1001 Coupe Roadster 1933 Packard 1001 Coupe Roadster

1933 Packard 1001 Coupe Roadster

Lot #110 (Sale Order 115 of 201)

For more than a century, many automobile enthusiasts have considered Packard to be the epitome of elegant design and high-quality engineering. Built during the depths of the Great Depression, this 1933 1001 Coupe Roadster embodies Packard?s commitment to excellence and is offered for sale with No Reserve.

A true classic, the 1933 Packard 1001 Coupe Roadster was the only open-style body available in the Standard Eight, 1001 model series. The black exterior paint and red interior upholstery are highly presentable. Completed around 2015, this Packard underwent professional engine, transmission, and differential rebuilds, including the addition of a high-speed rear axle. The vacuum-boosted Bendix brakes have been rebuilt, as well as the rear springs, spring shackles, and shock absorbers.  A great amount of effort and care went into this Packard by a previous owner to make this 1001 Coupe Roadster an extremely reliable classic car.

Purchased by the current owner in 2017, this 1001 Packard Coupe Roadster has been lovingly cared for under their guardianship and driven as an enjoyable recreational touring vehicle. During the winter months this vehicle was driven in the warm climates of Florida and transported back to Maine for casual drives along the coast of Maine. In between each destination, this Packard was routinely serviced by Packard specialists at Columbia Classic Cars. A Classic Packard of this vintage, style, and condition with No Reserve are rare to find. Sold with a Florida title and registration.


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1937 PACKARD 115C STATION WAGON 1937 PACKARD 115C STATION WAGON

1937 PACKARD 115C STATION WAGON

Lot #111 (Sale Order 116 of 201)

Well regarded as one of the finest automobile manufactures in American history, Packard represented an elegant blend of craftsmanship, style, and superior engineering. Offered for sale at No Reserve is this excellent example of one of the rarest wagons to be found in the market today, the Packard 15th Series 115-C wagon.

As the United States began to slowly emerge from the depths of the Great Depression by 1937, Packard was experiencing its best year for sales of its smaller six cylinder line of automobiles. New to the Packard line up was the woody wagon, first introduced to the market in late 1937 and only available on the 115 inch wheelbase of the Packard 15th Series automobile. Chassis were produced at the Packard factory, however each of these first year production wagons were specialty crafted by well respected coachbuilder, Baker-Rauling of Cleveland, Ohio. In total, it is believed that only around 60 of these first year production Packard wagons were built, making this fine example one of the few surviving first year Packard Wagons, and one of the rarest wagons to be found anywhere.

Not only is this 115-C one of the rarest wagons to be found, this particular wagon is also one of the finest examples of any woody wagon to be found. This fully restored vehicle has been lovingly maintained by its long time owner, a collector of fine automobiles and avid yachtsman. The Baker-Rauling body features numerous curves, inlaid panels, wooden lathed roof and many other fine woodworking techniques that would impress even the finest furniture craftsman. The flow of design from the curvature of the front hood and fenders is blended seamlessly into the woodwork. The interior upholstery is a classic soft brown leather and a complete set of side curtains, in excellent condition is also included.

Under the hood this Packard wagon is powered by one of the smoothest running Packard-Six 237 ci engines to be found. It is paired with a three speed manual transmission that shifts effortlessly as you cruise down the road. Simply stated, this Packard wagon is an extremely rare piece of Packard history, was restored and maintained to a high standard. Offered for sale Without Reserve, this Wagon is a must have for any wagon enthusiast and serious collector. Sold with a registration.


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1931 Dodge Boat Works 1931 Dodge Boat Works

1931 Dodge Boat Works "Sea Nymph"

Lot #112 (Sale Order 117 of 201)

Circa 1913, the Dodge Brothers started a car company that became massively successful, and it still exists today. Unfortunately, while their company lived on, both of the brothers died in 1920 due to influenza. After his father?s passing and with much encouragement from his mother, Horace E. Dodge Jr. created the Horace E. Dodge Boat Works. The new Dodge Boat Works used car manufacturing techniques to build unique boats, even going so far as to market the boats as ?Dodge Watercars?. The boats were a success, quickly becoming a platform for racing boats with their powerful marine engines. In 1930 a new line of solid mahogany runabout boats were released: a 16? 40hp, a 21?6? capable of 35 mph, a 25? capable of 38 mph, and a 28? with a V12 marine engine capable of 45 mph.

This Dodge Sea Nymph is a 16? Watercar from the solid mahogany line. This vessel has the 85ci 40hp Lycoming Marine engine that can propel the Sea Nymph to 35 mph. This Watercar was fully restored with the lower hull replaced with ?no-soak? plywood. Overall, this rare Dodge is in excellent condition and ready for its next voyage. A boat registration is included in the sale.

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1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton 1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton

1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton

Lot #113 (Sale Order 118 of 201)

When E.L. Cord acquired the Auburn Automobile company in the mid 1920?s, he made it a feature marquee in his quest to create his own automobile empire.  Cord sought to create automobiles of the highest caliber with regards to both styling and engineers.  Alongside stablemate Duesenberg, Auburn was regarded as one of the foremost automobiles in the upper end luxury market.  By the mid 1930?s the Great Depression had taken its toll on Cords empire and the end was in sight.  Despite these challenges, E.L. Cord continued to manufacture beautiful automobiles, refusing to compromise on their high standards.   This 1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton is a wonderful example of one of the finest Auburns ever produced.  According to records, this vehicle is one of 199 852 Supercharged Phaetons built.

Regarded as a true classic by the Classic Car Club of America, this 1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton (engine # GH 5481, serial # 31457)  is a certified category #1 vehicle by the Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg club ( ACD) meaning that all of its major components and body are of original manufacturing.   According to records provided by the current owner and provided through the ACD, this 852 Supercharged Phaeton was originally sold to a gentleman in Inglewood California in 1936.   For the majority of its life, this Auburn spent its time in California.  Ownership changed hands in 1969 and then again in 1979.  Prior ownership information is available in records provided by the seller.  Beginning in the early 1980?s this Auburn underwent an extensive and multi-year long complete restoration by Jerry?s Auto Restoration of Lake Havasu, AZ.   Lovingly cared for ever since, this Supercharged Phaeton has been maintained to a high degree and shows amazingly well for an older restoration which speaks highly of the quality of work that was performed.

Simply stated, this Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton is one of the most stylish vehicles produced in the 1930?s with performance to match.  Under the hood this 852 is powered by its Lycoming 280ci engine which features its Schwitzer-Cummins centrifugal superchargers, taking the rated horsepower up to 150hp from 115.   Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a three speed manual transmission and for added performance and cruising speeds, this Auburn also features a two speed rear end.   Mechanically, under the current ownership, this vehicle has been well cared for by its current owner and this car runs and drives extremely well.  The engine runs strong and the transmission and rear end gearing all shift smoothly.  When driving this vehicle, you can feel the power and torque of the supercharged engine.  Driving this Auburn is an amazing experience.

Not to be outdone on the exterior, this Auburn features some of the most elegant designs ever paired with four wheels.   The high rolling tear drop front fenders and to the sleek angled rear section give an impression of elegance, speed, and performance, especially when one notices the famous exposed side exhaust feature of the Supercharged cars.  On the interior, the soft leather seats, with matching carpeting create a luxurious environment for a ride.  The dash board area is elegantly trimmed with art deco designed machine stainless steel.   Even the gauges are as attractive as they are functional.

Opportunities to own an ACD certified #1 category Supercharged Phaeton are as rare as the car itself.  This Auburn 852 Supercharged Phaeton would be a welcomed addition to any serious enthusiast?s collection.  Vehicle sold with a title.


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1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet 1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet

1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet

Lot #114 (Sale Order 119 of 201)

In 1938 then president of the Ford Motor Company, Edsel ford, commissioned the Lincoln subsidiary for a luxury car for his march 1939 vacation. He wanted something new and trendy for the time, yet something elegant; his own dream car. So he and Eugene Gregorie Jr., cheif designer at Lincoln, updated the design of the previous Lincoln Zephyr. They elongated the hood, streamlined the fenders, removed the running boards, updated the interior, and added a spare tire to the rear. Once Edsel gave Eugene the green light for the clay model, the new Lincoln-Zephyr Continental was given a prototype.

Edsel?s vacation rolls around and a prototype convertible coupe was delivered to the Ford family. The two Ford boys, Henry II and Benson, drove the car on the coastline of Palm Beach Florida. In just the time Edsel took for vacation, Lincoln had received over 200 orders for the Lincoln Continental. So, naturally, the Continental was put into production as Lincoln?s new flagship automobile.

This 1941 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet is an expertly restored and maintained example of the Continental name. The Maroon paint is in excellent condition the tan canvas top contrasting the paint well. The cream and woodgrain interior is immaculate with every knob and button painted expertly. Every metal trim piece is coated in a gold that compliments the cream steering wheel and seats. The 3-speed column shift transmission shifts smoothly with distinct slots for every gear. The 267ci Lincoln-Zephyr V12 runs fantastically and pulls its occupants smoothly down the road. With this Lincoln being offered at No Reserve, this is an incredible opportunity to own an iconic American luxury car.


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1903 Century Tourist 1903 Century Tourist

1903 Century Tourist

Lot #115 (Sale Order 120 of 201)

In between 1900 and 1929 alone there were roughly 2500 different auto manufacturers that came and went at different times. Many started early on and lasted for only a few years, one of these proprietary companies that created a quality motorcar in the pre-1905 era was the Century Motor Vehicle Company that was based in Syracuse, New York. They went into business in 1900 and built steam and electric vehicles initially until introducing their gasoline powered model called the ?Tourist? in 1902. The Tourist sold well and had positive reviews in period publications such as Motor Age Magazine and the Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal. It was advertised as 8 horsepower, it had a massive one cylinder engine with a 5 1/4 inch bore and a 6 inch stroke with a cast iron cylinder head and cast iron crankcase making more like 10 horsepower. It also had a 2-speed planetary transmission that is chain driven to the rear axle which looks to be a Weston-Mott design with brake drums on either side of the drive sprocket. Unfortunately, the Century Motor Vehicle company only lasted for a short time after the introduction of the Tourist, halting production in 1903 and declaring bankruptcy in January of 1904.

Offered here is a very rare London to Brighton eligible 1903 Century Tourist that was discovered in a carriage house in Connecticut in 2019 where it had been sitting since the 1950?s. According to the family, it was purchased through Henry Austin Clark Jr who owned it for several years.  He had purchased it from a barmaid in Newport, Rhode Island where it was originally sold to her father new. Upon the consignor?s acquisition, the body was painted, and the upholstery was redone in leather as original. The chassis was left with the old paint to show how original and well preserved this car is. The brass lamps were polished including its beautiful Solar self-generator headlamp. Most importantly the car was completely gone through mechanically and now runs very well.  It was entered into the inaugural Newport Rhode Island Veterans Car Tour in March of 2022.  NOS PJA pneumatic white smooth tires were installed giving it a beautiful period look. It also has a rear-facing dos-a-dos seat for rear passengers. This would make an exceptional car to take on the London to Brighton run. If you are looking for a quality original Edwardian motorcar with a big engine that has not been seen before, this car should certainly be considered as an addition to your collection.  Sold on a bill of sale only.


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1972 TRIUMPH TR6 1972 TRIUMPH TR6

1972 TRIUMPH TR6

Lot #116 (Sale Order 121 of 201)

This 1972 Triumph TR6 is a clean, restored, British roadster. A previous owner was a classic car collector and this TR6 stored at low miles in Florida. A restoration on the car was completed ~7 years ago that included cosmetic work, electrical work and drivetrain rebuild. The current owner describes the car to be in excellent condition through and through. This Triumph was given a set of new Vredestein radial tires mounted onto the original wheels. The 6-cylinder engine runs very well with a crisp and direct shifting transmission. The owner states the car tracks and brakes straight with a steady ride at any speed. A registration is included in the sale. 


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1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427

1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427

Lot #117 (Sale Order 122 of 201)

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible is an opportunity to own a rare and well optioned Corvette. According to the consignor this Corvette has matching numbers and 37,000 original miles. This 'Vette has the big block 427ci V8 with the "Tri-Power" triple double-barrel carburetor setup making 400hp. This is mated to a sturdy and smooth shifting 4 speed manual transmission putting power down to the rear wheels. The dark green paint that wraps around the body shines nicely with white racing stripes accenting the hood. The matching dark green cockpit style interior is in excellent condition as well. Going down the road, the dual side pipe exhaust sounds throaty and aggressive. Overall, according to the seller, this Corvette is in excellent condition and is sold with a title .

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1965 Ford Mustang GT 1965 Ford Mustang GT

1965 Ford Mustang GT "HiPo" 289 Convertible

Lot #118 (Sale Order 123 of 201)


When the Ford Mustang debuted in April of 1964, Ford?s new midsize automobile captured the attention of the automotive world.   This high performance 1965 Ford Mustang GT Convertible is an extremely fine example of one of the most sought after Mustangs in the collector car market today.  A true ?K Code? mustang, this GT is powered by the famous Ford HiPo 289.   An extremely well kept and cared for vehicle, this classic Ford Mustang GT Convertible will be offered for sale Without Reserve.
According to the consignor, this GT is a very good example of an extremely well kept older restoration which was completed in 1997.  This GT convertible was purchased by the current owner in 2003 and it has always been kept under their ownership in a specially built heated garage for their collection, which includes several high quality Shelby Mustangs.    In short, this GT Mustang has been appreciated and cared for by an individual who has a keen eye for classic Mustangs.
A true ?K Code? car, this Mustang GT is powered by Ford?s famous High Performance (HiPo) 289ci V8 that was factory rated at 271 horsepower paired with a 4 speed manual transmission.  On start up this HiPo 289 GT sounds exactly as one would expect, portraying not only a sensation of performance but style as well.    Unique to this vehicle option, this Mustang features the correct GT suspension package which includes the front wheel disc brakes.    According to the consignor this GT runs and drives extremely well.   The odometer reads 38,550 however the consignor notes that it stopped working after they purchased it in 2003 and notes the true mileage as unknown.
While performance was the name of the game for this Mustang GT, it certainly does not lack for styling.  On the exterior this Mustang is painted an attractive Rangoon Red that is still more than highly presentable for a well kept older restoration.  The body lines are smooth and straight and all of the doors, hood and trunk open and shut cleanly.  On the interior, the classic white luxury interior with red trim and carpet compliment the exterior red wonderfully.  The interior also features a full complement of gauges and the floor console option.  The electric top works as it should and the top is still in excellent condition, matching the overall condition of the car.
Overall, high quality older restoration true ?K Code? HiPo 289ci Mustang GT convertibles of this quality are not easy to find.  Classic Mustangs such as this would be a welcome addition to any collector?s stable and will be offered for sale Without Reserve.   Sold with a registration.

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1957 Chevrolet Corvette Fuel Injected Convertible 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Fuel Injected Convertible

1957 Chevrolet Corvette Fuel Injected Convertible

Lot #119 (Sale Order 124 of 201)

This 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Fuel Injected is a rare opportunity to own a highly sought after Corvette. In 1953, Chevrolet released the Corvette to compete as the first all-american sports car with the likes of MG, Austin Healy, and Triumph. The corvette was a huge success; so much that Chevrolet offered the ?Ramjet? mechanical fuel injection setup as a performance option in 1956. The next year a 4-speed manual was offered as well. This rare Corvette has both.

This Chevrolet is an example of a high quality older restoration that has been maintained exceptionally well. The 283ci V8 runs wonderfully with its 4-speed manual transmission. The Aztec Copper paint glimmers in the sunlight and pairs well with the white accents on the sides. The white wall tires are in excellent condition as well and are the cherry on top of the exterior look of the corvette. The interior of this car is immaculate with a white dashboard, chrome knobs and white leather upholstery making the interior feel bright and open. As said before, this car is a rare opportunity to own a high quality Corvette with the rare fuel injection package. This vehicle is sold with a title and registration.


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1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible 1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible

1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible

Lot #120 (Sale Order 125 of 201)

This 1969 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible is a rare original muscle car. This car has been extremely well maintained over the years. The engine is confirmed to be numbers matching to the car with pictures. The Vehicle runs and drives very smoothly with a little extra kick from the big block 427. The power convertible roof folds well with suitable rearward visibility over the folded top. The car is equipped with working a/c, power windows, and am/fm radio. This Chevy is sold with a registration.

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1970 Pontiac GTO 1970 Pontiac GTO

1970 Pontiac GTO

Lot #121 (Sale Order 126 of 201)

At the height of the American Muscle Car craze, perhaps no vehicle was as popular or sought in its day as the Pontiac GTO and this vehicle represents that time extremely well. This 1970 Pontiac GTO two-door hardtop is an original California car that has undergone a frame-off restoration during which the Ram Air option was added. Included in the sale is the original factory build sheet that states the car was assembled in Fremont, Calif. Factory A/C is included on this car.

This GTO is in very good condition with an excellent running 400ci engine and what appear to be brand new tires. The Pontiac drives down the road straight and true. The vehicle has an imposing stance coming from the aggressive styling of the Ram Air hood and split grille. The metallic green paint is in very good condition and contrasted well by the tan interior.

The GTO was bought in the 2018 New England Auto Auction and well enjoyed by its owner. In 2022, the car was donated to the museum for the purpose of being re-entered into the auction to help raise money for the museum. All proceeds brought by the sale of this vehicle go towards keeping the vehicles and planes in the Owls Head Transportation Museum running and flying.


 

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1965 Chevrolet El Camino 1965 Chevrolet El Camino

1965 Chevrolet El Camino

Lot #122 (Sale Order 127 of 201)

This 1965 Chevrolet El Camino is a clean, expertly done restomod. Lost of hard work was poured into this car to bring it to the next level. In the past few years the engine was rebuilt with lots of high end modifications: a 327ci block bored .30 over, 202 fuel intake valves, Dble Camelback heads, Corvette 375 camshaft, and an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor. All this is mated to a 4-speed ?Rock-Crusher? Muncie transmission making this Camino quite the hotrod. But it doesn?t stop there. The current owner had the Chevy repainted in a metallic sea foam green with all new chrome. This El Camino is described by its owner to be in excelled condition, rust free, and running and driving better that new. This car is sold with a registration.

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1969 International Scout 800A 1969 International Scout 800A

1969 International Scout 800A

Lot #123 (Sale Order 128 of 201)

This 1969 International Scout is as clean as a Scout can be. The International was subject to a full frame-off restoration in its past and was rust free from the start. All of the original body panels were kept on the car. The Scout was given CPT suspension, disc brakes, and a rebuild on the original 304ci V8  & transmission. The engine runs excellently and only has 200 break in miles. The 3-speed manual transmission puts power down to the wheels and shifts well. This vehicle is in overall excellent condition according to the consignor. A registration is included in the sale.

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1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Lot #124 (Sale Order 129 of 201)

This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport Convertible is a true SS car with its original numbers-matching 396ci/325hp V-8 engine paired with the original automatic transmission. The rear end has been replaced. Sixteen years ago this SS Convertible underwent a high-quality, body-on restoration. An extremely straight car, all of the original sheet metal was in excellent shape. During restoration the engine was rebuilt and bored .030 over and the interior was restored using only correct materials and upholstery, as was the top. The current owner has always properly maintained and cared for this vehicle during their ownership. When not in use, this Chevelle SS has been stored in a heated garage. Sold with a title.
 

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1956 Chevrolet Cameo Custom 1956 Chevrolet Cameo Custom

1956 Chevrolet Cameo Custom

Lot #125 (Sale Order 130 of 201)

Produced for only 4 model years and with total production being 10, 20 units, the Chevrolet Cameo pickup truck is a rare breed indeed. Sporting a special treatment for the bed that saw fiberglass panels installed over the step side bed, the Cameo was a pickup that was both a workhorse and a show pony. The first-year Cameos were all white w h red trim, while the following year, 1956, saw eight colors offered.

Here we have a gorgeous 1956 Chevy Cameo that?s been the recipe t of a quality restoration with a few restomod features added. Originally a CA truck, this rock solid example was refinished in 1969 GM Turquoise. The high-quality respray is stunning to see in person, and is perfectly accented by the Cameo?s numerous, brilliant chrome and stainless steel trim components. Polished 15-inch, 5-spoke wheels wear BF Goodrich Radial T/As.

Inside, a tan headliner, sun visors and upholstery provide the ideal complement to the Turquoise paint. A full set of retro-style gauges as well as the neatly tailored seating and carpets further highlight the cabin. A tilt steering wheel adds to the comfort. ou?ll note the odometer reads 40,239 miles; that?s the total mileage on the Cameo from the ay it left the factory. As the restoration was done at 40,000 miles, it?s only been driven 239 niles since, hence it?s stunningly fresh condition.

Under the hood is a bulletproof 350 V8 that?s been beefed up with a set of three deuces along with a mild cam and dual exhaust. A TH350 automatic sends the power to the rear end. Speaking of which, this truck sports C4 Corvette rear end that, along ith the ?78 Impala front suspension gives the truck 4-wheel independent suspension. It also h s power steering and power 4?wheel disc brakes. In other words, this old truck definitely doesn?t drive like an old truck.


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1953 Hudson Hornet Custom 1953 Hudson Hornet Custom

1953 Hudson Hornet Custom

Lot #126 (Sale Order 131 of 201)

This 1953 Hudson Hornet Coupe has undergone a high-quality custom build that took over seven years by a well-respected automotive body shops in Maine.

Starting with the motor, the Hudson engine was swapped for a Chevy 350 with aluminum heads, dual 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetors, a new serpentine belt system, MSD ignition, an aluminum radiator, electric cooling fans, a true dual exhaust, Flow-master mufflers, and an RCI fuel cell. The drive train gained a 350 turbo transmission shift kit, 2800 stall converter, 308 gearing, and a Lokar shifter. The chassis systems also gained many upgrades including power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, 17? foose wheels, and rear air ride. The interior got a big overall with upgrades such as, vintage air conditioning,Lokar pedals, speed hut gauges, a tilt steering column, a mahogany steering wheel and center console, modern radio and scat front seats. However the body mods are the most extensive: custom trunk, leather custom interior, all new front and side glass, reshaped quarter panels, reshaped fender skirts, reshaped front fender wells, Hagen frenched headlights, one piece front and rear bumpers, pancaked roof, nosed & decked, single stage Dupont black paint, Cokerwhitewall tires, and a complete floor pan finish.
This old Hudson has been upgraded from the headlights to the tailpipe and will be one of the most highly- detailed custom cars in this year?s auction. This car will be sold with a title and current registration.

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1965 Pontiac GTO 1965 Pontiac GTO

1965 Pontiac GTO

Lot #127 (Sale Order 132 of 201)

This 1965 Pontiac GTO is finished in correct Blue Charcoal and is powered by a 400ci Pontiac engine mated to a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, bucket seats and riding on Torq Thrust wheels wrapped in redline tires ? this GTO is a pleasure to drive.


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1969 Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Lot #128 (Sale Order 133 of 201)

This 1969 Camaro is finished in Hugger Orange with white stripes and is powered by a 454ci big block engine paired with a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. The 12 bolt Positraction rear end houses 3.73 gears and the car is equipped with power steering and power brakes (front disc). The exterior features SS badging, Rally Sport hidden headlamp front grill, cowl induction hood, front and rear spoilers, and 15? Rally wheels. The engine has aluminum heads, aluminum Edelbrock intake and a Holley carb ? the exhaust is sent through an H-pipe and dual Flowmaster mufflers. The black interior has bucket seats, console with gauges, Hurst shifter, retro-style radio and front and rear seatbelts. This Camaro looks, sounds and drives great.


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1936 5-Window Coupe 1936 5-Window Coupe

1936 5-Window Coupe

Lot #129 (Sale Order 134 of 201)

This 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe is a fully kitted custom. This Ford was built from the ground up; starting with its 1940 chassis. The Mercury 255 ci Flathead V8 is souped up with a Harman Collins camshaft, Edelbrock cylinder heads, dual Stromberg G97 carburetors, and a Mallory ignition system. Mated to the engine is a sturdy 3-speed standard transmission. The owner describes the car as in excellent condition across the board due to a complete ?nut-and-bolt? restoration. This custom car is sold with a title and a current registration.


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1969 Plymouth Barracuda Fast Back 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Fast Back

1969 Plymouth Barracuda Fast Back

Lot #130 (Sale Order 135 of 201)

This 1969 Plymouth Barracuda is an original, California, rust free car. The vehicle was stored for 30 years prior to its restoration. This Barracuda is in excellent condition through and through. It has only been driven 1000 miles since restoration. This is a great chance to own a high quality classic muscle car.

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1949 Chevrolet Deluxe Cab 3100 Pickup 1949 Chevrolet Deluxe Cab 3100 Pickup

1949 Chevrolet Deluxe Cab 3100 Pickup

Lot #130.1 (Sale Order 136 of 201)

Offered for sale with NO RESERVE is this 1949 Chevrolet deluxe cab 3100 pickup.  This Chevrolet is an example of one of the most iconic classic pickups in American automotive history, the deluxe cab post WWII Chevrolet pickup.   New to the postwar era, this pickup features Chevrolet newer streamlined design with long elegant curves.  A highly desirable option at the time was the curved corner glass available on the deluxe cab models.  These curved corner window features are highly sought after in the collector truck world.
 
This Chevrolet is described by its owner as being a well loved and cared for classic ride.  Its Marine Blue paint is still highly presentable.  Under the hood this truck is powered by a 235ci six-cylinder engine.  Available to preview at the auction office, this truck comes with many years of recent service and maintenance records from well respected shops. Vehicle is sold with a registration.

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1950 Ford F150 Pickup 1950 Ford F150 Pickup

1950 Ford F150 Pickup

Lot #131 (Sale Order 137 of 201)

This 1950 Ford F150 Pickup is a fully kitted out custom truck. The work started with a full frame-off restoration. Every body and frame component was restored and painted individually. The pickup was given a fully built and customized 383ci Chevrolet V8 engine powering the rear wheels. A completely custom front suspension was installed as well. The truck was done up in a clean white paint with black stripes. The interior was completely done up with modern amenities and comfortable modern seats. And the cherry on top is a signature from former NASCAR driver David Pearson and a scale model of his car on the inside of the glovebox. Every single stage and modification of the build is extensively documented with pictures, service records, and receipts. According to the consignor, the truck is in great condition with a fantastic engine and automatic transmission setup, chassis, and body. This is a great chance to own a very high quality custom pickup. Sold with a registration.

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1921 Stutz Model K 1921 Stutz Model K

1921 Stutz Model K

Lot #132 (Sale Order 138 of 201)

Restored to an extremely high standard, this 1921 Stutz is believed to be the only Series K 6/7 passenger touring car left in existence.   Formerly from the A.K. Miller estate collection, this Stutz has a fully documented and known history and is offered for sale at No Reserve.

The popular Stutz slogan still remembered today was ?The car that made good in a day.? The title was bestowed on Harry C Stutz in 1911 when his driver, Gil Anderson, placed 11th at the Indianapolis 500 . . . an amazing accomplishment and one that immediately inspired sales. The car had been built in just five weeks and was the first automobile to bear the name Stutz. At the race, it averaged 110 km/h (about 68 mph) and was only beaten by vehicles with engines much larger than its own.

Stutz Motor Car Company of America has long been renowned for its innovation and longstanding contributions to automotive engineering. From its inception, Stutz held a reputation for building fast, durable and safe cars with the utmost in style and luxury.  Remembered as ?The Car That Made Good In A Day? after their exploits at the Indianapolis 500, Stutz quickly gained a reputation as one of the finest automobiles of its time.

Only 35,000 first-generation Stutz motor cars were produced in the twenty-year history of the company. In fitting tribute, all Stutz vehicles manufactured during the Classic Era of the automobile (1919-1946) are now recognized as ?full classics? by the Classic Car Club Of America.

Chassis number 10547 was purchased new in 1921 for $4,500 by the husband of Sadie Raines of Brentwood, Tennessee. The car was then sold by Mrs. Raines in 1955 to AK Miller for $500 with 30,370 original miles. Miller?s notes indicate a new ring and pinion had been fitted prior to his purchase. Photos exist from 1955 as well as two letters from Mrs. Raines to Miller. A two-page list of Miller?s maintenance records indicates the engine suffered irreparable cracking and subsequent water leakage, and the car was put into storage in 1967 with 31,924 miles on the odometer.

In 1996, the car was sold at the AK Miller Estate auction by Christie?s.  Lot number 28 was described as a ?1922 Stutz Series K Touring Car, ? and the Christie?s catalog has a photo of the car in place in a storage shed.

Mr. Ed Downey of Woodstock, Vermont purchased the vehicle at the A.K. Miller sale.  Downey completed a frame-off restoration and found the car essentially complete. The color was changed from the original red to grey, a factory option. He also procured a properly dated removable head engine and replaced the broken engine original to the car. This engine was an option in 1921. Many photos of the car being disassembled and restored exist, along with all the receipts from Mr. Downey?s restoration.

In October 2011, Thurston Jr. and Andrea Twigg-Smith of Barnard, Vermont purchased the car. At that time, the engine had two broken valve guides that were subsequently replaced. Mr. Twigg-Smith acquired many tools to replicate those original to the car, including the correct Simplex jack.

An abundance of literature and documentation is included with the car  The current mileage of just over 32,200 is believed to be original to the car.

This car is fitted with an electric fuel pump and starts easily. Its mighty engine has the sound you would expect from a Stutz of this era. It cruises down the road effortlessly and is ready for any Classic Car Club Caravan.


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1913 Ford Model T Touring 1913 Ford Model T Touring

1913 Ford Model T Touring

Lot #133 (Sale Order 139 of 201)

This May 1913 Ford touring was manufactured just prior to the change to the 1914 body style, and the commencement of the famous Ford assembly line. The seller purchased the car in 2017 from the widow of the previous owner who had it for over 25 years. The Model T?s condition was an old amateur restoration.

The current owner subsequently restored this car to perfection using as much original hardware as possible. The engine has less than 50 miles since complete overhaul. Service on the engine includes: new line-bored babbited bearings, .025 over pistons, counter-balanced crankshaft, completely rebuilt magneto and transmission with Kevlar bands.  The rear drive train, differential, and axles were completely rebuilt. A Brassworks radiator was added. The wood sub-frame is solid with the upholstery and top from Classtique are correct.  Every single part on this car is correct to May of 1913

This car is winner in its class of the AACA 2019 Junior and 2020 Senior, 2021 Grand National Junior and 2022 Grand National Senior. The trophy comes with the car. It is ready to show or drive. This beautiful example of an early Ford is from a very low production and historically significant model year. The vehicle is sold with a title and current registration.


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1929 CORD L29 SPEEDSTER 1929 CORD L29 SPEEDSTER

1929 CORD L29 SPEEDSTER

Lot #134 (Sale Order 140 of 201)

Founded in 1929 by Automotive pioneer E.L. Cord Automobile was added to Mr. Cords array of fine automobiles that included Auburn and Duesenberg. The Cord was known for its elegant styling and multiple pioneering innovations. This 1929 Cord L-29 "speedster," featuring a custom built Bently styled leather body, is being offered for sale at No Reserve. 

When first introduced in 1929, the Cord L-29 quickly took its place in automotive history for its innovative engineering and stylings. Cord's L-29 was the first American production vehicle to be offered for sale to the general public with front wheel drive. Many of Cord's front wheel drive innovations are standard on modern cars of today. Under the hood the L-29 is powered by a 301ci / 125hp Lycoming engine. Lycoming, was another company owned by E.L. Cord and part of his short lived automotive empire.

This particular L-29 is an entirely correct all L-29 chassis with a custom built Bentley style body. According to the owner, a long time collector of fine automobiles and avid yachtsman, they had the engine rebuilt and major mechanical service work by legendary Cord specialist Ken Clark. Although this vehicle has been sitting mostly in storage for the past three years, it starts right up and is a pleasure to drive, thundering down the road with an amazing sound. General overall servicing and mechanical check over may be required before road use as this car has sat mostly in storage for the past three to four years. After sitting for some time and an initial check over of fluids and battery, the vehicle roared to life effortlessly. All gauges including tachometer, speedometer, temperature, oil pressure and fuel all appear to work as intended.

From a styling perspective the classic curves and aggressive stance of the front wheel drive L-29 portrays an emotion of both elegance and performance. According to the long time owner, the custom built body was built sometime in the early 1980's. Built resembling the leather bodied styling of 1920's Bentley's, this speeder features front bucket seats and rear seat, comfortably seating four people.

This rebodied yet correct L-29 chassis is an excellent chance to enjoy the true L-29 driving experience, perfectly set up for open air driving and touring and is offered for sale at No Reserve. Sold with a registration.


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1929 Peerless 6-61 Roadster 1929 Peerless 6-61 Roadster

1929 Peerless 6-61 Roadster

Lot #135 (Sale Order 141 of 201)

This rare, AACA-award-winning 1929 Peerless Six-61 Roadster reflects the company?s advertising slogan, ?All That the Name Implies,? in every way. Sold new by the J.C. Harvey Company of Boston and Worcester, this vehicle was delivered from the factory on August 19, 1929. Found hidden away in an old service station in Massachusetts, this beautiful automobile received a complete frame-off restoration to national show standards. Every nut and bolt of this Peerless roadster was handled during the process; the wooden body frame was completely rebuilt, as well. These extra efforts were validated when the vehicle won the AACA 1st Junior Award in 2011 and the AACA 1st Senior Award in 2012 at the AACA Hershey shows. From 2016-2019 this vehicle has been on loan and well cared for at the Owls Head Transportation Museum. A briefcase full of rare documents, photographs and advertisements related to the care and Peerless history are included in the sale. Vehicle sold with a current registration.


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1936 Ford 68 Phaeton 1936 Ford 68 Phaeton

1936 Ford 68 Phaeton

Lot #136 (Sale Order 142 of 201)

This 1936 Ford Model 68 Phaeton is offered at No Reserve. According to the consignor, this ford is in good condition with an great frame underneath. The car runs and drives nicely with its Ford Flathead V8 and 3-speed standard transmission. The black paint on the exterior is in good shape and accented by a clean beige interior. This is a great chance to own a classic 30s Ford. Sold with a registration.

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1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe Wagon 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe Wagon

1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe Wagon

Lot #137 (Sale Order 143 of 201)

This rare 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe Wagon is offered at No Reserve. This is an excellent example of a rare Plymouth Woody Wagon and in such great condition. This Plymouth came with a 218 ci straight-six mated to a 3-speed column shift standard transmission. The Woody runs extremely well, shifts smoothly, and handles like a dream as described by the owner. The owner also says that it is an older restoration, but in very good condition overall. This Special Deluxe seats up to 8 people comfortably with three rows of comfortable bench seats. The only noticeable defects are a few chips in the paint that are very easily taken care of. Bring back the spirit of the Woody Station Wagon with this Plymouth Special Deluxe. This car is sold with a title.


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1932 Chevrolet BA Confederate Coach 1932 Chevrolet BA Confederate Coach

1932 Chevrolet BA Confederate Coach

Lot #138 (Sale Order 144 of 201)

Coke versus Pepsi. Yankees versus Red Sox. Chevy versus Ford. Seems that some rivalries have been around forever. Even in the ?30s, Ford and Chevy were battling i out. And for 1932 Chevrolet had the ?Confederate? which was offered in a wide range o body styles. We have an amazing, virtually all original example here, looking handsome in its Coach Coupe body style.

The Confederate?s all-original body is in amazing shape, with the original paint showing some ?buff through? as testament to the care the car received throughout i s 90 years. The various chrome components (grille, headlights, bumpers) have been re-chromed and look stunning. Wide whitewall tires mounted on the original spoked wheels with chrome hubcaps add the perfect exclamation point to this classic?s curb appeal.

Inside, the original Mohair upholstery is in good condition overall, wit some staining present. Somewhat ahead of its time, a window shade for the back window is feature that came back around in the 1990s. Full instruments grace the no-nonsense dashboard, and the three-speed manual shifter is topped with a Bakelite knob.

Under the hood, the bulletproof in line six has been refurbished and runs through a 3?speed manual transmission. The steering and brakes are likewise mechanically sound. As the car has been in long-term, heated storage, we have put it in our shop to got through it to ensure that it?s turn?key ready to go for its next owner. The amazing documentation i eludes the original bill of sale from Larry?Rowe Chevrolet of New York City, dated Dec 12, 1931.


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1921 Ford Model T Center-Door Sedan 1921 Ford Model T Center-Door Sedan

1921 Ford Model T Center-Door Sedan

Lot #139 (Sale Order 145 of 201)

This 1921 Ford Model T Center-Door Sedan is an older restoration with a well kept interior. This Model T has the rare Center-Door body style, putting both doors between the front and rear rows. This body style was only offered from 1951 to 1922. This car is in good condition and is sold with a Massachusetts title.

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1936 Ford Woody Wagon 1936 Ford Woody Wagon

1936 Ford Woody Wagon

Lot #140 (Sale Order 146 of 201)

This 1969 Ford Woody Wagon is offered for No Reserve. This Woody is in great shape. The paint and wood panelling are in excellent condition. The interior seats are un-torn and the leather is still supple after its time in storage. The gauges all function as they are supposed to and the chrome shines well in the sunlight. However due to its time in storage and the shelf life of modern pump gas, this Woody may need some tinkering before proper road use. With a little elbow grease this old Ford can be a great running and driving wagon. Sold with a registration.
 

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1966 Triumph TR4A IRS 1966 Triumph TR4A IRS

1966 Triumph TR4A IRS

Lot #141 (Sale Order 147 of 201)

This numbers matching 1966 Triumph TR4A IRS is one the nicest restored examples around. Starting with a rust free original, this car was nut and bolt restored over a period of nearly a year. It was complete disassembled and painstakingly restored. This included a rebuild of all the driveline including engine which has break in miles only. The paint and trim are all immaculate and the under carriage and engine bay are equal to the condition of the rest of the car. It is ready to be toured or shown having only driven a few miles since restoration was complete.

This car comes with a Heritage Trust Certificate confirming numbers matching, original tool roll which appears to have been fully restored, original jack and brand-new matching spare tire.

This TR4A starts easily and has a great sound with the engine clearly tuned for faster performance. It comes from a long-term ownership and no reproduction parts were used in the restoration. It has the same look, fit & finish it did when it rolled off the assembly line in Conventry on the 10th of March, 1966.

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1976 Porsche 912E 1976 Porsche 912E

1976 Porsche 912E

Lot #142 (Sale Order 148 of 201)

This 1976 Porsche 912E is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This Porsche is part of a matching set of brown Porsche 912Es. They are identical cars from the exterior barring a sunroof, however this 912 has been heavily modified for the track. This Porsche has throttle body fuel injection, electronic ignition timing, an SDS tuning system, several auxiliary gauges including a cylinder temperature monitor and fuel gauge. This Porsche was made ready for any track day you could throw at it. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Today, the car runs very well and is in very good condition overall. However, due to its time in storage, the vehicle may need more attention before proper road use. Sold with a registration.

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1978 Toyota FJ40 1978 Toyota FJ40

1978 Toyota FJ40

Lot #143 (Sale Order 149 of 201)

This 1978 Toyota FJ40 is an older full restoration that still shows today. The 6-cylinder engine runs strong and smooth with a sturdy 4-speed manual behind it. The seller describes the Toyota to be in very good condition with an excellent body and chassis. The well maintained blue paint is accented by a clean charcoal gray interior. This vehicle is sold with a title and registration.

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1986 Buick LeSabre 1986 Buick LeSabre

1986 Buick LeSabre "Unocal 76 Pace Car"

Lot #144 (Sale Order 150 of 201)

This 1986 Buick LeSabre is a rare opportunity for a rare pace car. This pace car was on nascar tracks all over the country in 1986 for any event that Unocal 76 sponsored. The Buick was only driven as a pace car of it's model year and was then donated to the International Motorsports Hall of Fame. In 2015 it moved to the Tupelo Automobile Museum and then sold at Mecum in 2019. Since then the pace car was enjoyed by its current owner. The vehicle today is in very good condition and drives well.


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1967 Chevrolet C10 1967 Chevrolet C10

1967 Chevrolet C10

Lot #145 (Sale Order 151 of 201)

This 1967 C10 shortbed Fleetside small window has a classic look with modern LS power under the hood. The engine is a 5.3L LS V8 with an upgraded cam and valve springs, LS1 heads, headers, dual exhaust, Edelbrock aluminum intake and carb mated to a TCI TH-350 automatic transmission and a 12 bolt positraction rear end. Sitting proper on fresh Rally wheels and equipped with power steering, power brakes (front disc) and a custom bench seat ? this truck is a pleasure to drive.

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1932 Ford Model A Custom Roadster 1932 Ford Model A Custom Roadster

1932 Ford Model A Custom Roadster

Lot #146 (Sale Order 152 of 201)

This 1932 Ford Model A Custom Roadster is a sweet, California hotrod. As mentioned before, the current owner purchased the vehicle from California. From then, tons of modifications were poured into the car. The engine was swapped out for a rebuilt Chevy 350 with Hilborn fuel injection making 650hp. This was mated to a 4-speed Hydro transmission with a ford 9? rear end out back. A new, metallic blue fiberglass body was dropped onto the chassis with a new red leather interior to wrap it up. Thew owner describes this Custom A to be in excellent condition and very fast. This hotrod is sold with a title.

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1975 Chevrolet Corvette 1975 Chevrolet Corvette

1975 Chevrolet Corvette

Lot #147 (Sale Order 153 of 201)

Offered for sale at No Reserve. This 1975 Chevrolet Corvette coupe, according to the consignor, underwent a full off frame restoration that was completed in 1998, 14,000 miles ago. Included at the time of restoration was a transmission overhaul and engine rebuild. The current owner purchased the vehicle in 2006. Recent work on the car has included a new brake master cylinder, new front calipers, front brake hoses, and all new brake pads. According to the consignor, this is a numbers matching vehicle, and under their ownership it has always been garaged and well cared for. Sold with a registration.


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1969 SS Chevrolet Camaro 1969 SS Chevrolet Camaro

1969 SS Chevrolet Camaro

Lot #148 (Sale Order 154 of 201)

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS, formerly known as "Salty's Super Shaker", is a legacy NHRA drag racer. It has been recently restored with, original fenders, original doors, a new 427 V8 with EFI, a tremec 5-speed transmission, new wheels & tires. new wildwood brakes, a custom interior and radio. All together, the car was taken to a dyno and made 528 hp. This fully kitted race car is in excellent condition through and through. This Camaro is ready for its next quarter mile. Sold with a title and registration.
 

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1959 Chevrolet Corvette 1959 Chevrolet Corvette

1959 Chevrolet Corvette "Vette-Rod"

Lot #149 (Sale Order 155 of 201)

This replica of a C1 Corvette was purchased by the seller as a kit from Vette-Rod of Mandeville, Louisiana and was assembled between 1999 and 2002. Power comes from a 383ci stroker V8 equipped with an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold, cylinder heads, RPM camshaft, and 750-cfm Quadrajet carburetor. The fiberglass body is finished in red and white over a custom steel frame, and additional equipment includes a Tremec five-speed manual transmission, a Fab 9 rear end, a removable white hardtop, white soft top, air conditioning, rack-and-pinion steering, Wheel Vintiques Rally-style wheels, and power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes.

Fiberglass bodywork is finished in red with white coves and features a removable white hardtop and matching custom soft top. Exterior features include quad headlights, and dual exhausts that exit through the rear bumperettes.

The 15? Wheel Vintiques Rally-style wheels feature chrome trim rings and hubcaps and are mounted with BF Goodrich Radial T/A white-letter tires. A space-saver spare is found in the trunk. Stopping power is provided by the power-assisted four-wheel discs. The car features upper and lower A-arm front suspension along with rack-and-pinion steering and adjustable coilovers.

The cabin houses bucket seats upholstered in red vinyl with a matching dashboard top, door panels, lap belts, and carpets. Equipment includes air conditioning, a heater, an analog clock, and a dash-mounted rearview mirror. A three-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of a 160-mph speedometer sourced from a C1 Corvette, a 7k-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The used five-digit odometer showed 78k miles at the time of installation, and now shows 84k miles.

The 383ci stroker V8 was built, balanced, and blueprinted by Randy?s Performance of Corpus Christi, Texas. Features include an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold, cylinder heads, RPM camshaft, and 750-cfm Quadrajet carburetor, along with Keith Black pistons, Herbert H-beam connecting rods, HEI solid-state ignition, aluminum radiator, a Melling high-volume oil pump, and more as outlined on the engine spec sheet provided in the gallery. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Tremec five-speed manual transmission and a Fab 9 rear axle housing a differential with a 4.11:1 gear ratio.

This car is sold with a custom car registration.


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1987 Chevrolet El Camino 1987 Chevrolet El Camino

1987 Chevrolet El Camino

Lot #150 (Sale Order 156 of 201)

This 1987 Chevrolet El Camino is an highly original, high quality car. This Chevy is a time capsule from 1987. With only 3,394 miles, everything is original. It has it's original black paint in factory new condition, the original 305ci V8 engine, working power windows, and original cold A/C. You name it, its original to the car. Overall, the vehicle is in excellent condition. Every part of the car looks and works they way it would off the factory line. This blast from the past is sold with a title.

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1976 MG Midget 1976 MG Midget

1976 MG Midget

Lot #151 (Sale Order 157 of 201)

This 1976 MG Midget is offered at No Reserve. The MG received a full interior and mechanical restoration in recent years. According to the consignor, the car is in great condition and runs excellently. This MG is equipped with a plucky 1.5L inline-4 mated to a sturdy manual transmission. This car is sold with a registration.
 

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1956 Mack B-61 Tractor 1956 Mack B-61 Tractor

1956 Mack B-61 Tractor

Lot #152 (Sale Order 158 of 201)

Offered for sale at NO RESERVE is this 1956 Mack B61T single-axle tractor. The Mack B61T was known as one of the most popular workhorses on the road in the 1950s and early 1960s. A brilliant combination of attractive, curved styling and rugged reliability made the famous B Model Mack one of the most significant trucks in American trucking history. Today, these classic Macks are highly sought after by collectors, hobbyist and antique enthusiasts. Powered by a 6-cylinder diesel engine and a 5-speed plus-2 transmission, this Mack is the perfect truck for recreational and hobby driving to shows or tours.  A great way to haul your toys or camper around, or just drive for fun .  The consignor describes the truck as overall in  good condition and indicates that this truck is an excellent runner and driver. Sold with a registration.

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1972 Chevrolet Suburban 1972 Chevrolet Suburban

1972 Chevrolet Suburban

Lot #153 (Sale Order 159 of 201)

Original California Suburban, that has been in Maine a while, restored as a shop truck. Has new gas tank, gas line, fuel pump, carburetor, water pump, radiator, all hoses, brake, master brake, brake cylinders. Vehicle is super solid. 

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1967 Chevrolet C-10 Custom 1967 Chevrolet C-10 Custom

1967 Chevrolet C-10 Custom

Lot #153.1 (Sale Order 160 of 201)

This 1967 Chevrolet C-10 is, according to the consignor, a high quality custom build. This pickup has been given plenty of modifications over the years including: a built 400ci V8 motor, triple carb setup, custom two-tone paint, dropped spindles, chopped top, and new wheels and tires. This C-10 has been well maintained having never seen rain since restoration. A title is included in the sale.

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1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan 1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan

1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan

Lot #154 (Sale Order 161 of 201)

This 1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan is a clean example of the Impala marque. This Sport Sedan has the optional white bubble top roof, using styling cues from Chevrolet?s convertibles. The original 348ci engine was swapped for a 350ci small block v8 making ample power to meet the sport sedan name. The black and white exterior is accented by a well maintained red leather interior. According to the consignor, this Impala is in very good, running and driving condition. A registration is included in the sale.

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1964 Porsche 356 C 1964 Porsche 356 C

1964 Porsche 356 C

Lot #155 (Sale Order 162 of 201)

This 1964 Porsche 356 is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This 356 was obtained by the estate in the early 2000s. This vehicle is in good running and driving condition. The exterior is also in good shape. The engine runs very well and has a responsive throttle. The transmission is in good running condition, but the shifter may need some tightening up. Overall, the car was well maintained with service records to show. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to its years in storage, more attention may be required before proper road use. This Porsche 356 is sold with a registration.

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1960 Ford F100 Pickup 1960 Ford F100 Pickup

1960 Ford F100 Pickup

Lot #156 (Sale Order 163 of 201)

This 1960 Ford F-100 Custom is quite the unique and high quality pickup. This Ford has upgraded chassis with a narrowed rear end with 3.20:1 gears, four link mounting brackets and coil over shocks. The IFS is custom creation featuring aero-space quality components and Wilwood power disc brakes. Mustang II power rack directs front wheels. Ford 289 C.I. engine ported and polished heads RV cam topped with Edelbrock Manifold. C6 transmission with mild shift kit lokar shifter Ford stock body with a mild 2 3/4 inch top chop, molded front and rear pans, LED taillights. Champaign pearl paint over gold on white. Power windows, doors and cruise control. Budnik steering, volume remote stereo/CD player, secret sound system. Chrome rally wheels and caps. Custom interior, air-conditioned. 2002 Sacramento Autorama winner, variety of awards such as First in Class and Outstanding Paint - Street Machine. Featured in Custom Classic Trucks 2002 October issue. Overall this pickup is in excellent condition. Sold with a title and registration.

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1983 Ford Mustang 5.0 GLX 1983 Ford Mustang 5.0 GLX

1983 Ford Mustang 5.0 GLX

Lot #157 (Sale Order 164 of 201)

This 1983 Ford Mustang GLX is a rare beast, combining the luxury trimmings of the most opulent model with the performance of the 5.0L V8 and five-speed manual combination. The GLX trim was intended to make the Fox-body Mustang an all-rounder, giving consumers the option to drive a muscle car that was less focused on performance in exchange for nicer trimmings inside. Most of these GLX models were seemingly spec?d with the optional 3.8L V6, which makes sense in terms of equipment and price. However, the addition of the 5.0 V8 and manual transmission makes this mustang quite the rare muscle car. The interior houses blue vinyl bucket seats and wood-grain trim. The owner describes the car to be in very good condition with excellent interior and coachwork.


 

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1958 MG MGA 1958 MG MGA

1958 MG MGA

Lot #158 (Sale Order 165 of 201)

This 1958 MG A is offered with No Reserve. With the end of the TF model, MG had exhausted its traditional running board and articulated fender design of the past. Therefore, for 1955, MG took a page from modern styling and created a ponton-style successor to the T-series MG. The car had an all enclosed body with complete body lines front to back. The final product looked so far removed from the TF that MG decided to give the car a new name, The MGA.

This MGA is described by its current owner to be in very good condition with an excellent running BMC 1500 Engine. The 4-speed transmission shifts smoothly. The owner also states the MG is an older restoration but maintained very well with newer side curtains, all new hoses, rebuilt starter, and an electronic ignition conversion. This MGA comes with its original tool kit, engine hand crank, and a registration.


 

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1938 Studebaker Commander 1938 Studebaker Commander

1938 Studebaker Commander

Lot #159 (Sale Order 166 of 201)

This 1938 Studebaker Commander is a clean and classic Studebaker. According to the consignor, the vehicle is in good condition with a great body, frame, and transmission. The car runs and drives with its sturdy inline-6 and 3-Speed standard transmission. The gray paint is in good condition and shines nicely against its tan interior. This is a great opportunity to own a classic Studebaker coupe. Sold with a title. 

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1937 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan 1937 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan

1937 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan

Lot #159.1 (Sale Order 167 of 201)

This 1937 Cadillac is an older restoration that still shows very well. In 2006, the car was completely taken apart for restoration. Several custom components were added including a custom engine, transmission, radiator, and wool interior. the restoration was finished in 2007 and the Cadillac is still in great condition today. This car runs and drives well. The custom "White Diamond" paint shines nicely against the clean whitewall tires. The tan wool interior is in great condition as well. The engine was swapped for GM 350ci v8 making a healthy 300hp to carry the occupants to any speed. Overall this is a great opportunity to own a high quality custom luxury car.
 

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1959 Ford Fairlane 1959 Ford Fairlane

1959 Ford Fairlane

Lot #161 (Sale Order 168 of 201)

This 1959 Ford Fairlane is a classic All-American family car offered with No Reserve. This Fairlane has been owned by a well known car detailer nearby and taken care of very well. According to the consignor, maintenance has allways been done on time and repaired as needed. Recent service includes a new charging system, radial white-wall tires, a transmission overhaul, and a new trunk mat. Overall, the Ford is in good running and driving condition and described as a reliable grocery-getter by the consignor. The 223ci inline-6 runs well with an automatic transmission on the back. This is a prime candidate for full restoration or to drive as is. Sold with a registration. 

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1948 Studebaker Champion 1948 Studebaker Champion

1948 Studebaker Champion

Lot #162 (Sale Order 169 of 201)

This 1948 Studebaker Champion Coupe is an unrestored, original classic. This Studebaker comes with a sturdy 170ci inline-6 mated to a good ol? column shift 3-speed standard. This car is the definition of a barn find. It has the original gray paint that was clear-coated to preserve the patina. The interior of the car looks as though it had been left untouched and is all original. The car itself is completely original, aside from a new OEM fuel tank and left-side wheel hubs. The brakes have also been rebuilt to make this stand-out-Studebaker a wonderful driver. The owner describes the car as in very good condition and a solid original car. This Studebaker Champion is just waiting for a Sunday cruise! The car is offered with a current registration.


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1922 Ford Model T Roadster 1922 Ford Model T Roadster

1922 Ford Model T Roadster

Lot #163 (Sale Order 170 of 201)

This 1922 Ford Model T Roadster is an older restoration using many new-old-stock parts. The vehicle was purchased in 2003 by Ed Stein, a well respected and long time Model T engine rebuilder from Massachusetts. He upgraded the Model T during his ownership to a well running roadster until his passing in 2021. This car is in great running and driving condition. Sold with a title and registration.

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1922 Chevrolet 490 4-Passenger-Coupe 1922 Chevrolet 490 4-Passenger-Coupe

1922 Chevrolet 490 4-Passenger-Coupe

Lot #164 (Sale Order 171 of 201)

This 1922 Chevrolet 490 4-Passenger-Coupe is a low-mile, original car. This Chevy still has its 2-tone velour upholstery in excellent condition. The body work is in great condition for its now 100 year age. The clutch lining had been upgraded to a durable kevlar material along with a new battery. The 490 is painted in the original Brewster Green with black fenders. This also has a rare body style seldom seen on Chevy 490s. This vehicle is sold with a registration.

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1929 Chrysler 77 Roadster 1929 Chrysler 77 Roadster

1929 Chrysler 77 Roadster

Lot #165 (Sale Order 172 of 201)

This 1929 Chrysler 77 Roadster is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This rare roadster is a great driver and in very good condition. The interior is comfortable and in great shape along with the rumble seat out back. The paint appears to be original to the car and in good condition for its age. The inline-six under the hood runs smoothly with an interesting 3-speed transmission with a 4th extra low gear.  The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. However, due to its time in storage, this Chrysler may need attention before proper road use. Sold with a registration.

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1961 Austin-Healey Sprite 1961 Austin-Healey Sprite

1961 Austin-Healey Sprite

Lot #166 (Sale Order 173 of 201)

This 1961 Austin-Healy Sprite is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This car appears to have a rally racing past with auxiliary fog lights and rear facing lights as well as several map lights for a co-driver. There are several switched on the dash for fuel, battery cutoff, and a stopwatch for measuring split times. This Sprite is in good condition and a prime candidate for a rally inspired restoration. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to its time in storage, this car may need more attention before proper road use. Sold with a registration.

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1973 VW Karmann Ghia 1973 VW Karmann Ghia

1973 VW Karmann Ghia

Lot #167 (Sale Order 174 of 201)

This 1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is from an estate in Vermont and offered at No Reserve. This VW is no ordinary Ghia. The engine was completely overhauled by a professional VW performance engine builder. The result of the rebuild was a 2.2L flat four engine with a performance exhaust, dual 2 barrel carburetors, engine monitoring systems, and a significant bump in power. All documentation on the engine build will come with the car. This vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Currently the Ghia is in good, running and driving condition. However, due to its time in storage, this car may need more attention before proper road use. Sold with a registration.

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1953 Austin Healy BN-1 1953 Austin Healy BN-1

1953 Austin Healy BN-1

Lot #168 (Sale Order 175 of 201)

This 1953 Austin-Healey BN-1 is offered with no reserve. This vehicle was donated from an estate to benefit the Owls Head Transportation Museum.  Until recently, this vehicle has sat for an extensive period of time in storage having not run under its own power in many years. Owls Head volunteers undertook an analysis check over of all of the systems to return this vehicle to a running condition.  The fuel system was checked over, the carburetors were cleaned, and the fuel tank was removed, tumble cleaned and re-installed.  Fuel filters and a new electric fuel pump were also added.

Owls Head volunteers and staff have driven this vehicle on museum property as part of their process. While museum staff have done a great amount of work in resurrecting this vehicle, further attention may be needed to bring this vehicle back to its full driving potential. Overall, this Austin Healey is an extremely solid to be enjoyed as is as a fun driver or base for further restoration. This car will be sold with a title.


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1976 Porsche 912E 1976 Porsche 912E

1976 Porsche 912E

Lot #169 (Sale Order 176 of 201)

This 1976 Porsche 912E is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This 912 is part of a matching pair of Brown 1976 912s. As opposed to its twin, this 912 was kept in its stock form. Very little, if any modifications were made and it is in a very original state. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. As it sits today, this vehicle is in good running and driving condition. However, due to its time in storage, this 912E may need more attention before proper road use. Sold with a title.

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1963 Volkswagen Beetle 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

1963 Volkswagen Beetle

Lot #170 (Sale Order 177 of 201)

This 1963 Volkswagen Beetle is the bug everyone loves. Offered at No Reserve, this car has an upgraded dual-port 1600cc engine with factory 4-speed manual transmission. All 4 brakes were rebuilt this year, as well. The exterior is finished in correct two-tone scheme with matching wheels and new chrome ?Wolfsburg? hubcaps. All chrome and trim is presentable and original to the car. Interior contrasts nicely with black/white tones throughout. Seats, door panels, floor mats and dash area all show very well, as the interior has been reconditioned this year.  The owner describes the bug to be in overall great condition and will make someone a fun and affordable drive. Enjoy as-is or take this punch-buggy to the next level!


 

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1954 Dellow MKII 1954 Dellow MKII

1954 Dellow MKII

Lot #171 (Sale Order 178 of 201)

This 1954 Dellow MKII is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. Dellows, unknown to Americans, were heroes of the British trials and hill climb races. This Dellow is powered by a little English-Ford 10 engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission capable of over 70mph. The vehicle has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. This MKII is in great, running and driving condition. The paint is in great condition as well as the interior. Due to its time in storage, this vehicle may need attention before proper road use. Sold with a registration.

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1959 Triumph TR3A 1959 Triumph TR3A

1959 Triumph TR3A

Lot #172 (Sale Order 179 of 201)

This 1959 Triumph TR3A Roadster is part of an estate collection from Vermont and is offered for sale with No Reserve. This car was obtained by the estate in the late 1990s. This TR3A has an extensive history including original advertisements, parts lists, parts orders, service records, and to top it off a complete photographed record of a professional engine rebuild performed in 1992. This Triumph was well maintained over the years. It received a repaint in the same factory Signal Red and has a refreshed interior. The vehicle runs and drives very well. It is in a very good condition overall. This Triumph TR3A has been in storage in recent years and has undergone brief service by estate representatives to ready the vehicle for auction. Due to its years in storage, more attention may be required before proper road use. A current registration is included with the car.

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1952 MG TD 1952 MG TD

1952 MG TD

Lot #173 (Sale Order 180 of 201)

This 1952 MG TD was once a part of the widely recognized ?Cobb Collection? and is being offered for sale at No Reserve. Dick and Dotty Cobb of Gardiner, Maine developed an enthusiastic love for the MG marque. Their love evolved into a lifelong passion and led to the creation of one of the finest and most respected MG collections in the United States.

The car sat unmoved while part of the ?Cobb Collection?. Repairs were performed here at OHTM while the MG had a short stay at the museum. Services performed on this vehicle include: ignition tune up and fuel system and carburetor cleaning.  A new old stock master cylinder, new brake shoes and wheel cylinders were installed. A full list of repairs done by OHTM will be included in the sale.

The 4-cylinder engine is paired with a 4speed manual transmission that runs and shifts well. The number on the engine does not match the number on the vehicle data plate. While the car may have sat for an extended period of time, the owner describes the car as in good condition. This car is ready to be enjoyed back on the road. This car is sold with a current registration.


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