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The Branson Auction

October 18 & 19, 2013 Branson Convention Center Branson, Missouri


back to Branson!

We’ve had a lot of fun putting this Fall Auction together and we truly hope you’ll have as much fun playing cars with us in this the 34th year of sales in Branson and the 25th year of ownership by Kathy and myself. We still enjoy the ride. It was a personal milestone for me when I hit “70” in September but also when I renewed my competition license with SCCA and the Vintage Motorsports Council. Vintage racing is about as much fun as an old man can have these days and it sure keeps me smiling.

The collector car economy seems to be perking up as well, with another record year of high priced sales in Florida and Monterey, but here in the Midwest the feeling seems to be, “I’m gonna sell this one and get something else”. It’s obviously time for a change and I think this time everyone agrees. Our spring sale was a forecast of great things to come and the enthusiasm we’re hearing over the phone is fantastic. Please join us in our fantastic little town of Branson, Missouri where we now have Southwest Airlines Daily Non-Stop flights from Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Atlanta, Houston and Orlando. Call us and we’ll pick you up from our new airport.

Jim &Kathy Cox

P.S. – 70 is the new 50!

Our Auction Venue

The Hilton-Branson Convention Center at the Branson Landing is a stunning 220,000 square-foot facility that not only grants us an elegant new showcase for our seller’s automobiles, but accords our guests, bidders and consignors unparalleled waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment within walking distance at the “Branson Landing,” overlooking Lake Taneycomo. The Hilton Hotel at the Convention Center is also our Host Hotel.

For Reservations, call 800-445-8667 or book online at and click on the Hilton Hotel link.

Make Plans for April 11 & 12, 2014

1914 Peugeot 145 S Touring

This car, reputed to be the Peugeot 1914 Paris Salon show car, was restored by the highly respected Alan Taylor of Escondido, California and has been shown many times on at least two continents. This is 1 of only 325 Model 145 S Peugeots built and is believed, by Marque experts to be the sole remaining example of the 145 S. As was common of that era, the 1914 date reflects the time of delivery to its first owner rather than its date of construction. The patent stamped on the chassis indicates that the car is a 1913. This is all legal and correct and is very common in cars of this era. The colors of Aubergine and Bordeaux are believed to be the original colors. The 145 S was a big and powerful car in its day and proved that as the winner of the 1912 and the 1913 Grand Prix races. Accompanying the car is a large folder containing history, appraisals (over $500,000), historical documentation from the Peugeot Factory, copies of the original owner’s manual, driving instructions and restoration photographs showing its completion in 1996. The electric starter makes it a great car to drive and the large engine makes it particularly responsive to drive. It is an absolutely great car for tours and shows only slight imperfections from being used and loved. We sincerely hope that the new owner will seize the opportunity to enjoy it and love it as the current owner has. • 800-335-3063


1917 Abbott-Detroit 6-44

Founded in 1909 in Detroit, the Abbott Motor Car Company and its successors were typical early manufacturers assembling purchased components like Continental engines in proprietary frames and bodies. In Abbott’s case the formula proved to be successful, achieving some success in production car competition and producing just over 1,800 cars in 1912 while sustaining a more normal rate of 4-5 cars per working day. This 1917 Abbott-Detroit 6-44 Four-Passenger Roadster was part of a long term collection for many years, having been discovered and restored in the mid-Sixties. The 224 cubic inch six-cylinder engine is by Continental, driving through a 3-speed transmission. The body style, called a Four-Passenger Roadster by Abbott-Detroit, is unusual but effective, being both sporting and having room for a growing family. Equipment includes an Abbott-Detroit branded MotoMeter, nickel rim headlights, an opening windshield and a single spare mounted behind a small bustle-style trunk which contains the jack and crank (backup to the standard electric starting.) Although it appears to be modest-sized in its photographs it is in fact a large, comfortable, powerful automobile. The restoration has held up remarkably well and, although toured, is in very presentable condition. It also comes with a quantity of Abbott-Detroit and Consolidated Car Corporation documentation including stock certificates and period correspondence which seems to be related to the company’s financing for the move from Detroit to Cleveland. There is also a newspaper article about its discovery and restoration, an original photo of some of the Cleveland staff and an original stock prospectus from those preSEC years. It is a handsome package that captures some of the feel and appeal of the American auto industry in the second decade of the twentieth century. 2


1931 Studebaker President

1931 Studebaker President Rumbleseat Cabriolet In the late 20’s Studebaker suffered from the effects of the Depression Era economy. In an effort to bounce back from that, they created the “President”. The Studebaker President was markedly larger than preceding Studebakers and most other competitive cars on the market. The physical size of the car was its best and strongest selling point. It is also one of the features that makes it a very desirable car to own today. This car is big and comfortable to drive. Listen to the exhaust note. The Studebaker President had a large straight-8 engine that made it quite powerful. It runs good and it sounds good. Start with a perfectly restored car, the Cabriolet gives it roll-up side windows, the rumbleseat gives you room for four, and the accessory trunk on the back gives you room for a picnic lunch. Dual horns, dual windshield wipers and dual side-mount spare tires complete the package. • 800-335-3063


1929 Auburn Model 8-90 Cabriolet

In the 20’s the Auburn Automobile Company was in desperate financial trouble. They had 800 cars built that they could not sell and they were facing receivership. One of the Auburn board members named Wrigley, had a chewing gum company in Chicago where he met a young car salesman. He introduced that young car salesman to the Board of the Auburn Automobile company and they hired him, giving him stock options, so that he, too, would benefit if he managed to turn the Auburn Automobile Company around. That young car salesman was the now-famous Erret Loban Cord. Cord immediately took the 800 cars that they were having trouble selling, put them in body shops all around Auburn, Indiana and painted them “pretty colors”. The brighter, flashy colors on the cars enabled them to be sold and, thus, saved the Auburn Automobile Company. The Cabriolet is one of the rarest models of the 8-90, and this one appears to have all of the accessories – dual running lights, dual cowl lights and the accessory trunk rack. It also has dual side-mount spare tires and a comfortable rumbleseat. A wonderful caramel leather interior makes this one of the showiest Auburns of all time. This is a car that would be welcome on the field at any of the finest Concours.



1936 Auburn 852 Convertible Phaeton

The Auburn 4-door convertible, also known as the Phaeton, is one of the rarest production cars in 1936. Lycoming built the strong straight-8 engine, and the dual ratio rear-end made it fast. The convertible top made it sporty and the rear 2-doors in the back seat made it great for taking the family along. Every Auburn was driven by a race car driver, probably the immortal Ab Jenkins, prior to delivery. The cream colored exterior and the warm chocolate interior make it a delightful and relaxing car to drive. Even today, this car is very capable of maintaining freeway speeds and can be driven and enjoyed by you and the entire family. The dual side mounts are an extremely rare option that adds greatly to the rarity of this proud and unique automobile. Although this car has been loved and frequently enjoyed by the family that currently owns it, garage space is inspiring its sale. • 800-335-3063


1936 Panhard Panoramique

Panhard et Levassor is one of the founding names in the history of the automobile, tracing its origins to Emile Levassor’s 1891 prototype with an engine licensed from Gottlieb Daimler. The layout of the modern rear wheel drive automobile was conceived by Panhard et Levassor. In the mid-Twenties Panhard’s chief engineer, Louis Bionier, augmented his designs for speed record cars with advanced concepts of safety and visibility culminating the dramatic Panoramique in 1933 of which this 1936 X73 is a premier example. Righthand drive, as all ‘proper’ French automobiles were during this period, it is a simply magnificent expression of the quality, refined design and distinction that characterized the automobiles of Panhard. Under the hood the Knight-patent sleeve valve engine has dual carburetors and there is a jack, wheel nut hammer and other road equipment. The coachwork abounds in choice details including back-lighted number plate and French ‘F’ panel on the rear fenders both with integrated turn signals and brake lights and an intricate fuel filler cap securing mechanism. The body is straight and sound and its older repaint is quite average. The interior is sound, as is the chrome trim. The interior and woodgrained trim is good and the chassis and engine don’t look like they’ve ever been apart. Its details, from the door handles to the dashboard and steering wheel, are sublime. There are few examples of Thirties’ Machine Age design so artistically presented with such craftsmanship, style, and imagination. 6


1931 Chrysler 6CM The rarest and most desirable and collectible body-style in all of classic cars is the rumbleseat roadster. This car, in addition, has the very desirable dual side-mount spare tires, and is refinished in a very attractive shade of green. The convertible top is new, having been replaced approximately four months ago. The car has been driven frequently for the last couple of years and enjoyed greatly. This is a perfect car for Rally’s, tours and a variety of other adventures.

1937 Cord 812 Beverly An unrestored ‘37 Cord Beverly finished in Cigarette Cream with Burgundy interior with 47,900 original miles. New period correct interior, unrestored car but repainted in 1998 and the engine overhauled in 1990. This is a Driver, a well sorted out car. Original Lycoming V8, front wheel drive. Runs, drives and shifts great. • 800-335-3063


1938 Dodge Deluxe Suburban This rare Dodge Suburban Woody is in excellent condition. Wood body by Westchester. One of 375 produced. 115” wheelbase-8 passenger (3 seater) L Head six cylinder motor, 217 Cu. In. Original wood and drivetrain, wide whites, radio and comes with books and records. Clark Gable was the spokesman for Dodge in 1938 and drove a similar Woody Wagon around Hollywood!

1947 Ford Super Deluxe The demise of Ford’s largely hand built wood-bodied station wagons was imminent in the years after World War II but there was still a short reprieve while artisanal methods and individual craftsmanship persisted to meet the nearly insatiable demand for new cars after the war. Based on Ford’s late generation of prewar cars, these beautiful wagons were built for only three years, 194648. This example, one of just 16,104 built in 1947, in blue with brown leather upholstery has been restored to highly presentable standards as an excellent weekend driver. It has three-row seating, whitewall tires, hubcaps, trim rings and an exposed spare mounted on the tailgate. The paint, chrome, wood and interior all are very good. The power and distinctive exhaust note of Henry’s 239 cubic inch, 100 horsepower, flathead V-8 is an intrinsic element of its charm so the modern radio is largely redundant. This is a very pretty car in great running and driving condition ready to drive and enjoy . 8


1958 Chevrolet Cameo Recent frame off restoration on a very nice California truck. 283 V8, 3-speed on the column. Oak bed with stainless stripes. Excellent rare truck, all restored as needed.

1958 Dodge Sweptside Very rare Sweptside Pickup, only made by Dodge in 1957-1958 and 1959. Correct Apple Green and Ivory color. 318 V8 with push button transmission. Frame off restoration of a rust free California truck. These trucks are going up in value every day. Oak bed with stainless stripes. Odometer is showing 72,259 miles and believed to be actual • 800-335-3063


1967 Shelby GT 350

The Branson Auction is pleased to present this beautiful 1967 Shelby GT 350. This rotisserie restoration is in the SHELBY Registry as verified by the Shelby American Automobile Club, (S.A.A.C.) registrar. Further documentation is provided by a deluxe Marti Report. This GT-350 has a matching numbers 289 HI PO engine with all the original Ford and Shelby parts. Correct top loader 4 speed and FORD shifter. This SHELBY GT-350 has 5 SHELBY 10 spoke wheels, 5 new Goodyear Speedway 350 original equipment tires. Other 1967 Shelby hard to come by original restored parts include; wood steering wheel and horn button, seat belt and reels, Holley 715 cfm carb.(rebuilt by Pony carbs), ceramic coated HIPO exhaust headers, full stainless steel exhaust system, original SHELBY VIN plate, SHELBY oil / amp gauges, original like new date coded glass, Shelby fiberglass body parts, totally rebuilt brake system and front end. A totally restored engine with dyno sheets, with only 350 miles since restoration! Finished in Ford Candy Apple Red, with Comfort Weave Ford Deluxe Black interior, factory power steering and factory power brakes. THIS ‘67 IS TRUE.. “EYE CANDY”... but totally functional! 10


1964 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

THIS IS THE ULTIMATE SURVIVOR CAR! Early built car, November 1963

NCRS Top Flight 99.2

Drive train is 100% Factory Original ( All rebuilt around 1996 ) All body panels are original - never damaged or repaired, body has never been off the frame. Original California Black Plate Car - owner history back to Day One. Car has been detailed under hood and under chassis to a fresh Factory Appearance. The Lacquer Paint, as old as it is, was carefully and painstakingly buffed to a High Gloss Finish. Multiple NCRS Top Flight Awards, scoring 99.2, for originality and condition. Rare 7017375R Fuel Injector Assembly. Only 18 were Factory Installed. This is one of them! The majority of the Interior is Factory Original. Factory Options Include: 375 HP Fuel Injection, 4 Speed Transmission, Off Road Exhaust, Positration 4:11, Power Brakes, Power Windows, AM/FM Radio, Tinted Glass, Metallic Brakes. Documented with Owner History, Owner Protection Booklet, Original Owners Manuals This is one of the Finest 1964 Fuel Injected Corvettes that has survived the passing of time. A Score of 99.2 is unheard of - Truly an Investment Grade Corvette! • 800-335-3063


1969 Ford Mustang Mach I 1969 Mach 1 S-Code numbers matching car. This car has a nut and bolt restoration that cost upwards of $100K. According to the Marti Report, it is 1 of 1 making it one of the rarest ‘69 Black Jade Mustangs ever produced. Absolutely beautiful car. Comes with Marti Report and build sheet.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach I

A true Mach 1 equipped with the high performance 351 V8, rated at 290 horsepower delivered through a 4-speed transmission. Accessories include power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. Car was purchased as an investment in 1993 with the ticker showing barely 22,000 miles and has been driven only about 500 miles since purchase.



1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS5 Convertible 454 A numbers matching LS5 convertible in number 1 show condition. This car has been professionally restored from top to bottom. The new power top works perfectly. Beautiful paint and craftsmanship. Power windows, power steering, power brakes, F-41 suspension, A/C, tilt steering, cowl induction option. Very rare Tuxedo Black with white stripes car that comes with build sheet!

1966 Pontiac xXx GTO This 1967 Pontiac GTO was created for the 2002 film “xXx: starring Vin Diesel and Asia Argento, features shaved door handles, Chevy ZZ4 Crate motor, custom color-shifting “Blasberry paint from “House of Kolor”. A compressed air powered weapons system including a hidden cache of weapons that is revealed when the rear seat panel rotates forward, headlights that fold back in to the front fenders allowing a pair of missiles to track outward from the upper headlight ports. Everything including a rear surveillance camera, GPS navigation system, laptop computer and more are controlled from the high tech dash unit. Stealth and international secrecy are part of the spy game and a sliding license plate panel allows one of two different plates including the actual KY29-0 plate to be visible. Because of the obvious lack of replacement parts in the Czech Republic, many of the stunt GTO’s that were shipped to Prague were “cannibalized” for parts to keep the other cars in working order. Stuntman Harry O’Connor was killed during the making of the film when he attempted a para-sailing stunt from the car and struck the pillar of the Palacky Bridge in Prague. • 800-335-3063


1929 Pontiac 3 Window Coupe

1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe

Restored and detailed chassis, new tires restored wheels. Rebuilt dual head 6 cylinder engine. All new paint and interior.

Sport Coupe with the exception of the turn signals. The motor was rebuilt with insert bearings by Ron Kelley of R K Designs in Royce, Texas. Just 500 miles on motor since rebuild. Original motor and 6 volt system.


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1941 Cadillac Fleetwood Model 60

1947 Lincoln Continental

1941 was the last year of Harley Earl and Bill Mitchell’s original Sixty Special design. Many consider the 1941 to the most beautiful of this series and for the first time, Cadillac had its own front end design--the “tombstone” grille with a high center section flanked by lower side sections--that would identify Cadillacs for years to come. The new “face” blended well with the original body, and the rear fenders now held full skirts. For 1941, the wheelbase was reduced by 1 inch down to 126 in (3,200. Sixty Specials showed a $105 price increase (for the first time) to $2,195. Power was still supplied by the same 346 cu in (5.67 L) Cadillac engine as before, but was now rated at 150 hp. This particular example has been in the collection of a well known collector restorer and was recently given new paint, interior and chrome as well as a thorough tune. It has recently been road tested and reported to be ready for show or touring.

A rare, all original 1947 Continental, powered by a V-12 engine with 3 speed manual transmission and power windows. Paint, interior and chrome are all in great condition. It runs and drives great and you’re guaranteed to be the only one at Cruise Night with one like this!

1946 Mercury Convertible

1946 Mercury Convertible

The United States was drug into World War II early in December of 1941. Virtually all manufacturing in this country after that point was converted and dedicated to the Restored in the early 1990’s, this car has been enjoyed and has been to numerous war effort. When the war ended in 1946, limited automobile weddings. A bride’s favorite carriage to production began again. Most 1946 models were virtually her reception. Powered by a 239 ci Ford identical to the 1942 models because the old sheet metal dies V8, the motor was slightly modified with polished aluminum were pressed back into service. Because of those two events in history, it is rare to find a 1942 and even rarer to find a 1946 head, multi-carburetion and headers; it probably makes about automobile. The purchase price, new, of this 1946 Mercury 115 horsepower. Original pale yellow paint was redone in was a whopping $1,711. And, in fact, there were only 6,044 a more complimentary paint with a correctly cut and sewn produced. This vehicle has a Mercury flat-head V-8 engine, interior and a brown Hartzell top. A fun, near original car. hydraulic brakes, leather upholstery and is a wonderful cruiser, traveler, rally car or just a family ice cream getter. And what better color than red with tan interior? • 800-335-3063


1949 Oldsmobile Series 76

1949 Chrysler Windsor

For 60 years, this 1949 Oldsmobile Series 76 was owned by GM and was part of the GM Heritage Collection. In 2009, the car was sold out of the museum to one of the most prestigious collections in the world, The Blackhawk Collection in California, where it has stayed until earlier this year, when it was purchased by the current owner. With only 18,000 original miles from new, this is one of the nicest, most original ’49 Oldsmobile’s on the planet. Finished in its correct color of Ivy Green with a Dark Gray interior, the car is stunning and looks as good as the day it came off the showroom floor. The paint is in nearly perfect condition with no imperfections to speak of. The chrome bumpers are spotless as well as the stainless trim and accents. Under the hood, the inline 6 cylinder runs great and is connected to the automatic Hydra-Matic transmission. The engine is nicely detailed and in the trunk is a full size spare as well as the original jack and spare. The current mileage shows 18,479 and is thought to be original miles.

When the elderly gentleman who owned this car could no longer drive it, he put it in storage where it stayed for 23 years. When the car was taken out of storage in the early 90’s, the engine was completely disassembled and restored. All new pistons, bearings, valve guides etc. The original repair order for the engine restoration comes with car. This Chrysler is equipped with the prestomatic fluid drive transmission making it possible to drive the car as a straight stick or automatic. Comes with original owner’s manual. Being offered without reserve!

1949 Packard Super 8 Victoria

1950 Daimler Model DB18

This ’49 Packard Super Eight Victoria Convertible is a one owner car that has benefited from an older restoration. Still finished in its correct color of Sylvan Green with a new tan convertible top that works with no problems. The interior was reupholstered at the time of restoration in the correct color and material . The carpet, door panels and kick panels are all in great condition with only very minimal wear showing. The car does have power windows and power bench seat. Under the hood, the big inline 8 cylinder runs extremely smooth, and is connected to a three speed manual transmission. The engine compartment is extremely clean and nicely detailed. The clutch is strong and the car shifts between gears with on problems. The underside is very clean and solid and shows that it’s spent the majority of its life in Arizona. In the trunk is a full size spare as well as a jack. 16


The twin carb 2.5 liter 6 cylinder made the DB 18 one of the sportiest luxury cars to arrive on the scene in post war Europe. With it’s 4 speed gearbox and rear wheel drive to bring it to a top speed of around 90 miles per hour, the fashionable styling of a touring convertible was irresistible. This modern post war styling also caught the eye of the very wealthy in India and over 100 cars were exported there. While in need of total restoration this DB 18 offers the enthusiast a rare and unique opportunity to own and preserve one of England’s finest.

1956 Chevrolet Nomad

2 owners from new, same owner since 1975! Nearly all original car with 1 repaint. Original color combination of Crocus Yellow and Laurel Green. RARE original air conditioning car! 265 c.i. Power Pack V8 (Date Code Correct), power glide (cast iron) automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, AM radio, padded dash, tinted windows, fold down rear seat, WWW radials, original floors, quarters and fenders, original chrome, original spare, jack & tool. Comes with the original owners manual dated Dec. 23rd, 1955. An incredible survivor example of a true Nomad with A/C!

1956 Plymouth Savoy

This car was purchased new in San Francisco and has spent the past 16 years living in the wonderful, dry climate of Arizona. The original Service Certificate and Owners Handbook are also included with the car! This awesome Plymouth has been correctly restored in the recent past and has been finished in the correct original colors. Under the hood, you’ll find the original 277 cubic inch, 4.4L V8 engine, which was the first of the “A” Polysphere V8s and are capable of up to 187 horsepower. Attached to the engine is a push button Powerflite 2-speed automatic transmission. The Savoy also has a 12 volt system, which was new for the 1956 model year. The car sits upon a set of chrome 15” wheels wrapped in 215/75R15 tires. The car has drum brakes all the way around.

1952 Buick Riviera-Brandt

A southern California car. Fresh paint in Venetian Blue. The body is very straight and sound. The chrome looks incredible. The bumpers appear to have been re-chromed and look great. The correct Buick wheels are intact and wrapped with wide white wall tires. The interior has been reupholstered in the correct dark gray cloth. The dashboard is in excellent condition and houses all the original gauges. It has the original 263ci Fireball Inline 8, capable of making up to 120 horsepower, looks great within the very clean engine bay. The engine has a two barrel carburetor and is attached to a three speed manual transmission.

1957 Mercury Monterey

1957 Mercury “Dream Car Design”. Original numbers matching optional Turnpike Cruiser 312/290 HP V8. The odometer is believed to be correct 62,250 original miles. One repaint in original Sunset Orchid with black accent. Push button Merc-O-Matic 2 speed automatic transmission, AM push button radio. It has the original cloth interior with new loop carpeting. Excellent original trunk and original spare tire. Always garaged. Rust free frame and body in excellent condition. Comes with original owner’s manual and Mercury sales book. An outstanding iconic 1957 Junior executive’s car! • 800-335-3063


1957 Ford Thunderbird

1955 Ford Thunderbird

A beautiful early Bird in excellent condition. 292 V8 automatic. Comes with both tops, Continental Kit, factory wire wheels and add on air conditioning.

This gorgeous ‘57 Bird has a new black and white interior, new wheels and tires and stainless exhaust.

1956 Ford Thunderbird

1964 Ford Thunderbird

225 horse, 312 cubic inch V-8, 3-speed automatic transmission. It features the Town & Country radio, fender skirts and the original continental kit. In 1956, Ford fixed all of the problems with the original 1955, most notable of which was the upgrade from a 6 to a 12 volt electrical system. It features the classic porthole hard-top (but no soft top), power windows and automatic transmission. A full detailed engine benefits from the appearance package. This is a great car, a great driver and sure to be a wonderful addition to any car collection. All immaculately finished in Peacock Blue.



Completely restored ’64 T-Bird convertible with fresh paint, new interior and new convertible top. Re-built 390 V8 automatic. Loaded with power windows, power steering, power brakes, factory air and new radial tires.

1957 Ford Thunderbird E-Code Very rare 1957 ‘E’ Bird, one of 1,363 made in 1957. A numbers matching car equipped with the original E-code 312 CI V8, 270HP backed by a 3-speed automatic and plenty of great options including power steering, power brakes and air conditioning. Comes with both tops, new white soft top and porthole hard top with engine dress up kit. It has new interior and was repainted in 2003.

1957 Ford Thunderbird E-Code This Thunderbird E-Code is a frame up restoration. The exterior paint and interior are perfect and it looks to be a rust free car. It has 3 tops, convertible top is an original T-Bird top with a new canvas, hard top with port holes windows, and a tonneau cover which is attached to the car. It has power steering and has an aftermarket Thunderbird AM/FM radio with a 10 disc CD changer mounted in the trunk with extra speaker. Kelsey Hayes wire wheels and radial tires. This Thunderbird is a 312 E-Bird with the 2-4 barrel carburetor and a Ford-o-Matic transmission. • 800-335-3063


1955 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster

VIN #265 This Gypsy Red Corvette received a rotisserie restoration in 2003, and a running restoration since then, scoring 93.3% in the NCRS Nationals in St. Louis in 2008, missing a Top Flite by less than 1% point; then going Gold ( 95.6%) at the Bloomington Gold National Event in 2010. The car has been semi-retired and enjoyed locally – it has been “Best of Show” each time shown locally. A wonderful example of one of only 675 or so produced.

1957 Chevrolet Corvette Recent, full restoration on a beautiful Venetian Red ‘57 Corvette. Rare power glide automatic transmission, rare power top option. Powered by a 283/250hp Fuel Injected V8. Correct original style 6.70x15 wide white wall Firestone “Gum Dipped” tires, 2 bar spinner hubcaps. Believed to be a 93,000 original miles car.



1963 Chevrolet Corvette FI Fuel Injected Convertible. Numbers matching rebuilt and highly detailed 327/360HP engine. Car is documented by original owner’s manual and owner’s warranty book/protection plan. Sold new in Arizona by Sizer Chevrolet Company in Coolidge, Arizona. This is a true red/red from the factory car. This Fuelie runs and drives great-comes with smooth shifting 4-speed transmission and power steering and power brakes. It handles beautifully!

1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396 This low production RS SS has had a complete rotisserie restoration. Finished in Cortez silver with black striping. All numbers matching 396/350hp engine with Muncie-22 4-speed transmission and factory air! Rally Sport package, front and rear spoilers and BF Goodrich Radial TA’s. This is a serious collector car! • 800-335-3063


1953 Packard Convertible Coupe Historical records show that only 1,518 Packard Convertibles left the factory in 1953 at a price of $3,234. The Deluxe models featured the chrome “fishtail” treatment on the rear fenders. The automatic transmission, power brakes and the Packard in-line straight-8 engine make this car a wonderful boulevard cruiser. Please note the upgraded interior which was available only on the Caribbean models.

1954 Packard Clipper Convertible Coupe Having been in one family for the last 12 years, loved and enjoyed regularly, storage space is mandating that the little red Packard find a new home. The big Packard straight-8 demonstrates the high torque that Packard’s were famous for and makes this car a wonderful Saturday cruiser. Enjoy the wind in your hair and the wonderful 8-cylinder exhaust note.



1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk Packard Caribbean V8 with 3-speed overdrive. A nut and bolt rotisserie restoration was completed in 2001 to an original car, with special attention to under hood detailing. The “Racing Green/White” colors differ from the “yellow/white” original. The family worked for Studebaker Los Angeles in 1956, and this car is a duplicate to the one his cousin, “Jimmie Cox” campaigned, quite successfully, for the factory at various southern California drag strips in late 1955 through June of 1956. This model is the only Studebaker ever equipped with a Packard engine; only 3500 were manufactured, and only in 1956.

1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible 287 cu. in., V8, 200 horsepower, 4-speed auto, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning, 6-way manual seat, non-original continental kit, power antenna, plus others. The car was stolen from its home in Nebraska in the mid-60’s, and when located, wound up in a salvage yard near Omaha. A Pontiac enthusiast recognized the car’s potential, purchased the car, and obtained a salvage title, all that was available. Sold to the Craig’s in 1993 and became a project. From 2005 until 2008 the car was treated to a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration. Rather than the original 5566 paint code, the car was brought back in Persian Maroon Metallic, a correct, beautiful factory color, with correct beige and maroon interior and beige Hartz cloth top. A breathtaking restoration of a very rare car. • 800-335-3063


1964 Pontiac Tempest Le Mans GTO 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS

PHS documented GTO, this one was a “basket case” when brought from Salt Lake City in the late 1990’s. Treated to a 30-month nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, this loaded car is equipped with 389/335 horsepower V8, 4-speed, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, wood wheel and console. At two National Pontiac outings it scored a Silver in 2003, MISSING Gold by 3 points and in 2004 scored Gold. Driving through heavy rain to the GTO National in 2005, scored a Second. (Engine bay not clean enough). Red with white top and interior, as good as it gets and one of only 6400 GTO convertibles built in 1964, making it also one of the rarest.

1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 396

The 1967 Chevy II and its deluxe Nova rendition continued to attract compactcar shoppers. Available only in hardtop coupe form, the 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS got a new black-accented anodized aluminum grille. SS wheel covers were again inherited, this time from the 1966 Impala SS. Powertrain options included a 195 hp 283 cu in V-8. This Nova SS coupes has a console-mounted shift lever with their Powerglide automatic transmission. About 10,100 Nova SS Chevrolets went to customers this year, 8,200 of them with V-8 engines. Very few continue to exist today especially in this clean and unmolested condition.

1962 Rambler American Convertible

Featuring a big block 396 engine and Turbo Hydro Automatic transmission this Generation 4 Impala Convertible with factory air is offered in excellent and unmolested condition. Part of a local collection it has been stored with care and used infrequently but serviced often. Ready to rock and re-live those halcyon ‘60’s.



Awesome black car with custom tan interior and tan cloth top. Tilt wheel, automatic. A fun reliable car that you won’t find in any parking lot!

1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible

An air-conditioned 4-speed convertible is also equipped with power steering and power brakes, (disc on front) console, tachometer on hood and was restored in the mid-1990’s. The original motor was race broken and a suitable 1967 400 cu, 335 horsepower engine now lives under the hood – a fine example driven about only 3,000 miles since completion.

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Only 78 of the first year Z-28’s run of 602 cars came from California and during an 18-month nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, this one was returned to better than new. The original factory block had long since been raced out of its’ misery, and a date sensitive correct block was found, mated to the original engine components, original transmission and rear differential. Original A.I.R. components were located and the R S car was brought back to life, with the help of Jerry McNeish, in 2011. Driven only to shows, the clock shows barely 300 miles since completion. A beautiful example of a really rare car.

1966 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

1967 Ford Mustang

All original 1966 Mustang GT A-Code convertible. Under the hood is the original 289 4-barrel engine with the original carburetor with autolite tag, original distributor and original engine tag on intake. It has 4-speed manual top loader transmission, 8” Ford rear end 3.50 gears. All original numbers matching equipment with actual miles. Many new upgrades including Pony interior and carpet, new convertible top including boot and cover, new chrome, new clutch and pressure plates. Engine was rebuilt using standard OEM parts. Other equipment includes 6000 RPM factory Rally tach and clock, console, Ford shifter, AM radio with Mustang FM solid state factory converter, Magnum 500 wheels with P235/60 SR14 Dunlop radial tires.

This is a really sharp 1967 C-code Mustang convertible. Some of it’s options are a strong running 289 V8 with a 4-speed transmission , power brakes, and top, console, fog lights , and extra chrome trim. Finished in ‘head turner’ red with white top and red interior. The dual exhaust has the right sound that goes with a great running Mustang. Ready to go on a trip or to a show. • 800-335-3063


1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

This Bubbletop looks just like it did went it left the factory! It is in excellent condition throughout. 348 4-speed with power steering, power brakes and power windows. The rebuilt engine has just 187 miles on it, cylinder block was bored 20 over. All chrome bumpers, brand new trim, completely new interior. All around an absolutely immaculate car that is practically brand new!

1962 Ford Galaxie Convertible

If you are looking for a street rod to burn up the tires and burn up the asphalt, set quarter-mile records and win trophies, this is NOT the car for you. If, on the other hand, you are looking for an absolutely wonderful, comfortable driving, fine-running old collectible Chevy then this car will fill the bill. 283 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, convertible top and red/red paint and upholstery make this a most wonderful, enjoyable and almost luxurious automobile. This one is a keeper.

1962 Ford Galaxie Convertible

Original sheet metal, no rust. One re-paint, original interior other than seat covers, original convertible top, chalk marks still on firewall, original trunk inside with under coat.



Big V8 power on this Black Beauty! Automatic, power steering, custom wheels and exhaust. New power top. This is a car that draws attention wherever it goes!

1965 Mercury Montclair

An always garaged time capsule! 32,600 original miles, numbers matching 390/300 HP, dual exhaust, 3-speed automatic, power steering and brakes, power rear window, AM push button radio. All gauges and clock are in working order. Original spare tire and jack, new radial whitewall tires. Comes with owner’s manual and books. All original cloth interior and perfect chrome dash and chrome trim. New loop carpet floor mats. One repaint in Mercury Tan. Runs great with a tremendous 300HP. Needs nothing to show, drive and enjoy.

1967 Dodge Monaco 500

Very rare Monaco 500. All original except one repaint on excellent Arizona car. 383 V8 automatic with 325hp. Factory bucket seats and console with a factory tach that works. Recent exhaust and tires. Runs and drive very nice.

1964 Mercury Montclair

Four door “Breezeway” Sedan. Original interior and chrome with one repaint. Excellent original body. 390 V8 with automatic transmission. Detailed engine compartment. Very cool Breezeway back window that rolls down.

1968 Dodge Charger 440

The entire B-body lineup for 1968 was redesigned and the Charger was further differentiated from the Dodge Coronet models. Designer Richard Sias developed a doublediamond coke bottle profile with curves around the front fenders and rear quarter panels. Front and rear end sheet metal was designed by Harvey J. Winn. The rear end featured a “kick up” spoiler appearance, inspired by Group 7 racing vehicles. The Charger retained its full-width hidden headlight grille, but the fully rotating electric headlights had been replaced by a simple vacuum operated cover. Featured in movies such as Bullitt as Steve McQueen’s chase car antagonist and the real star of TV sitcom “Dukes of Hazard” the new design Chargers acquired a large and devoted following. This particular car has had a gentle life despite the 440 / 4 barrel under the hood and has been the subject of but one re-paint from new. • 800-335-3063


1974 Plymouth Duster

1974 Dodge Dart Sport

Mild built 318, 4 barrel, automatic, power steering and power front disc brakes. Slant six of 225 cubic inch capacity producing approximately 80 horsepower. Delivered new with the automatic transmission and is capable of 0 to 60 times of approximately 12 point slow. Nonexclusivity is not guaranteed with total production in excess of two hundred and fifty million. This example has (for some reason) a brand new interior and an instrument that looks like a radio. If you have more than 3 citations in 2 years for excessive speed; You NEED this car. If you have a 16 year old with active glands and insurance problems;You NEED this car. If the IRS has ordered an audit of your fleet car expenditures;You NEED this car. If you would like to take a ride in the plane in the background; BUY THIS CAR. Being offered at NO RESERVE !

1966 Ford Mustang

1962 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88

Complete Rotisserie restoration with every bolt removed and replaced. 200 cu. In, 6 cylinder, automatic with Vintage Air. Extremely nice car in great condition.



The Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Coupe with the 394 Skyrocket 4 barrel V8 and Hydra-matic transmission was new to the Olds lineup in 1962, joining the very successful convertible and the larger Olds 98. But with the new styling, console shifter, tachometer and bucket seats plus the 330 horsepower it was even more expensive than the 98! The owner of this example being offered is a long time Oldsmobile enthusiasts and multiple prize winner, including this car, and he believes the 68,000 miles to be original and correct. A wonderful opportunity to enjoy a really spectacular automobile.

1962 Dodge Polara 500 Convertible

Extremely rare Dodge from the sixties. Total restoration of a very nice Arizona car. 361 high performance engine with push button automatic with 303 HP. This example was the top of the line for Dodge in 1962. Factory bucket seats. A beautiful and rare car.

1969 Dodge Coronet

1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Complete restoration 12 years ago and a complete drive train restoration/upgrade 3,000 miles ago. 427 Big Block, Lunati hydraulic roller cam, Edelbrock RPM air gap intake, Demon carb Dart Pro 1 aluminum heads, 11:1 SRP pistons, Eagle rods, 427 steel crank, factory 4 bolt main bored 30, comp cams, roller rockers, Lunati roller lifters, severe duty valves, titanium keepers and locks and MSG ignition. Set up for 300 shot of nitrous, but it has never had it. ATI 400 turbo with ATI 4,000 stall converter, Moser factory fit 12 bolt 3:73 posi with Hotchkins sway bar. All new front end with 90/10 shock and disc brakes. Excellent interior with a custom steering wheel, gauges and shifter. Weld custom wheels. A very dependable, well built and cared for street car.

1969 Dodge Super Bee

1969 Plymouth Duster

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1974 Plymouth Roadrunner

1970 AMX

SELLING AT NO RESERVE! This Roadrunner has an older restoration but it is still in good shape. Powered by a 440 c.i. V8 with automatic transmission and air conditioning. New tires. A very nice ride! Comes with Galen’s Registry document stating this coupe is #26 of 29 in Vin sequence of all 1974-440 4BBL 2 door coupes accounted for at the St. Louis plant and built to specs for the U.S.A.

1970 AMX 390/325HP-Go Pack, 4-speed, original Hurst shifter, Ram air induction, power steering, power disc front brakes, Rally wheels, space save spare, 3.91 rear posi, Rally white stripes. Comes with build sheet, owner’s manual and repo window sticker. Number 198 of 4,116 built. New parts include, new tires, paint, radiator, seat covers, mufflers and rechromed bumpers.

1971 Plymouth Roadrunner

1975 GMC Sprint

In a departure from previous thinking, the B-Body two-door models shared little if any sheet metal, glass, or trim with the four-door bodies. 1971 was a high-water year for ride and handling for the Road Runner. The overall length was decreased, but the wheelbase was increased, and a rear sway bar was used in conjunction with staggered rear leaf springs, resulting in better handling and cornering without the stiff ride. Offered here in Petty Blue with the 440 V8 option. Beep Beep.



GM’s answer to the El Camino. Extremely rare, especially an unrestored example like this rust free Arizona car. Mostly original paint, chrome and interior. 454 Big Block with automatic transmission and factory air. Original vinyl top.

1969 Chevelle SS

396/350hp Chevelle Super Sport with automatic transmission, console, air conditioning, factory tach and gauges, tinted glass, power steering and power brakes, 12 bolt sway bars and Firestone wide oval tires. Purchased new in Oklahoma.

1970 Pontiac GTO

Original 400/350hp engine with power steering and power brakes and air conditioning. Correct Pontiac wheels, with Goodyear Eagle 66 Z’s. Comes with PHS documentation.

1978 Chevrolet Corvette

Silver Anniversary Edition Corvette. Original red paint with factory optional spoilers, air conditioning. 350 V8 automatic. Numbers matching motor. The 64,000 miles showing are believed to be original miles to the car.

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

RPO Z28 with original 350/360hp engine and carburetor. Power disc brakes, power steering, correct spare and jack. Firestone wide oval tires. Comes with original build sheet and some maintenance records. Very strong unrestored driver. • 800-335-3063


1980 Chevrolet Corvette L82

This fine example Corvette is the beautiful claret paint and leather interior shows barely 33,000 miles. With on repaint, this air conditioned, power steering, power brake, power window automobile is a delight to drive, and surprisingly quick – the extra 40 horsepower makes a difference.

1987 Callaway Corvette

A Bloomington Silver Survivor in 2011, this car is one of 184 B2K (Callaway) cars built in 1987, the first year for B2K. Only 61 were Roadsters – this 26,000 mile example is car #115 of the first year. The rarity of the car was probably in the B2K option cost, nearly $20,000. For that you got a horsepower boost from 200 to 345, a real racing engine capable of near 13 second quarter mile’s and a top speed of over 170 mph and 21 mpg with the air conditioner on. Neat trick! Equipped with 4/3 overdrive manual transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, power antenna, Bose sound system and special suspension.

1995 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 1999 Dodge Viper RT/10

Purchased in 1998, this General Motors Executive auto had only 3,000 miles – and since then only 10,000 more. A 300 horsepower Lt 1, 6 speed Roadster, only the battery has been changed. All belts, hoses and run flat tires ? are as it left the factory – with no spare tire, the original rear bracing is factory – with original “Tank” sticker.



This gorgeous all original Viper Roadster has just 14,000 actual miles on it. 450 horsepower V10, 6-speed transmission, cold air conditioning, power steering, original AM/FM/ CD, removable hard top and like new tires. Comes with a custom cover, floor mats and trunk package. Extremely dependable and a blast to drive.

1962 TR3B

Excellent example of the last production year. 46,300 miles with all original delivery and shipment papers. Recent comprehensive maintenance with new rubber trim parts, pedals, tires and complete new dual style exhaust. Chrome and paint in beautiful condition with new custom coco mats, original tonneau cover, boot, tools and spare tire. Side curtains are original and in good shape. The elderly owner can no longer drive the car, so is parting with it. It has been in temperature controlled storage for the last year.

1963 Studebaker Avanti

Upgrade modifications include 350 V8-4 BBL with T10 4-speed transmission. Recarro bucket seats and new upholstery.

1955 MGTF-1500 Roadster

The MG TF was powered at its introduction by the same 1250cc engine that had driven the TD. However, in 1954 the engine was enlarged to 1466cc’s which raised the horsepower to 63. This boost in horsepower makes the TF-1500 approximately 5 seconds quicker in the 0-60 times. The TD was a good car, the TF was a great car and the TF-1500 is a better car. The TF has dual SU carburetors, 4-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs and 4-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. This is the quintessential English sports car. The fact that it is lefthand drive makes it work for American drivers. The British racing green and the tan leather interior make a wonderful combination and the chrome wire wheels set off the exterior bright work.

1978 Ferrari 308 GTS

Originally purchased by TV actor Michael Landon (“Bonanza”, “Little House on the Prairie”, “Highway to Heaven”) in Beverly Hills where it was driven only about 33,000 miles until sold to (get name) Museum in Iowa. Car was purchased in Branson in 2001 and has led a pampered life in air-conditioned comfort. Used only for shows and special events, this car now has 35,000 miles. Equipped with 1.7 liter, V8, 4 carburetors, 5-speed and air conditioning. • 800-335-3063


1951 GMC Pickup

1969 Chevrolet CST 10

Fully restored, back to original, 1951 GMC 3600 PU. This one is super nice and has only 113 miles since restoration. 6 cyl., 4-speed transmission. No rust, runs excellent, show quality restoration.

Complete frame off restoration completed in April of 1996. Since then it has been stored in a climate controlled facility and has had regular maintenance. Finished in original color of Sea Foam Green, and seller has added white to the top of the cab and under the lower belt moldings to match the two tone scheme that was offered in 1969. Rally wheels have been added as well as newer radio. It has tilt steering column, tachometer and white hounds tooth seat. Seller has owned and maintained this beautiful truck for last 18 years.

1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne

1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne Super 1967 Chevrolet El Camino

Equipped with a 350 engine, 350 Turbo transmission, automatic, air, power steering and power brakes. Fresh restoration with new wood bed. Excellent running and driving numbers matching truck.


Customized 1972 Chevy Cheyenne Super pickup with rebuilt 402 numbers matching engine. Aluminum intake and carburetor have been added along with 700R transmission. Equipped with power brakes, power steering, A/C, tachometer, tilt wheel, custom seat and tonneau cover. New front and rear bumper moldings and trim.


1969 GMC Longbed

2-wheel drive, 1/2 ton frame. 350 V8 new Crate engine with less than 1,000 miles. Automatic transmission, power steering, drum brakes, new air system and heater. Many new parts on body, fiberglass bed cover, Kenwood Excelon AM/FM with CD receiver and Hertz DCX690 speakers. Easy handling and driving truck. All work on truck was done about 1 year ago.

A numbers matching ‘67 El Camino that has received a complete frame off restoration. Equipped with a 283 V8 automatic with power steering and power brakes. Finished in Granada Gold with gold interior.

1927 Ford Model T Pickup

1937 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup

This Model T Pickup has benefitted from a complete restoration. Finished in all black from the exterior to the interior, the truck even has a black wooden bed which is in great shape. The paint is in great shape, showing only minor imperfections. All the wood in the bed looks great painted black and shows no signs of rot. The steel fenders are in very good condition with some very, very minor paint imperfections but overall they look great. The paint on the truck is in overall wonderful condition and it shows very well. The Inline 4 cylinder motor runs great. This is an electric start truck and is on a 6 volt system. The brakes work well and the manual transmission performs as it should. The black 21” wheels are in great condition and are wrapped with 4.50-4.75-21 tires that are in good overall condition. There is a spare tire on the driver’s side.

This little truck benefitted from a recent frame off restoration. It is extremely solid and ready to drive anywhere with its upgraded drivetrain! Finished in a lovely blue with a white pinstripe, the paint looks like it was made for this particular truck and compliments the beautiful, brand new oak bed well. The entire step-side body is all metal and still retains its factory side mount. The chrome bumpers are in excellent shape. The dashboard is painted to match the exterior and houses a set of custom gauges that are wrapped in wood grain. Headliner is done in the original style and shows no notable imperfections. Aftermarket AM/FM CD player. Under the hood, you will find that this little Ford is powered by a Chevrolet 350 V8 attached to the 350 is a 3-speed manual transmission and 2-speed Columbia rear axel. The truck sits upon a stock rear end and a set of stock, chrome 16” Ford wheels that look great! Both the front and rear brakes are drum.

1938 Ford Pickup

1950 Chevrolet 3600

Only 150 miles on the frame off restoration which was performed to factory specifications. This is a rare, 2 year only grill design for Fords that is one of the most iconic in the company’s history. Flat head V8, 3 speed transmission, new paint, new chrome, the truck is simply one of the best in the country!

Frame on restoration on a great looking Chevy 3600 Pickup. Good paint, always garaged. It has brakes and new battery. Good inspection sticker. Seller says that everything works on the truck and states that the mileage was turned back during restoration. Odometer currently shows 128 miles. • 800-335-3063


1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

Complete rotisserie restoration. ZZ 4 crate motor with 700 R4 automatic transmission. vintage heat and air, American Racing Torque thrust II wheels with BFG tires. No expense spared on this restoration.

1970 Chevrolet C-10

Fully restored 1970 C-10 with a 1968 Front Clip. 350 V8 with automatic with power steering, power brakes, Vintage air and bucket seats. Great driver!


1964 Jeep Willy’s Wagoneer

Customized with a 4” chopped top and turned into a panel delivery truck. Professionally painted Black Cherry Peal metallic with Magenta/Purple accents. It features a polished fuel injected Corvette small block built and dynode to peak performance and reliability. Independent rear suspension, 4 wheel power disk brakes, power steering, heat and air conditioning, power lumbar seats and tilt steering. Power rear window and tailgate that lowers. This Jeep was featured at World of Wheels Autorama in St. Louis and is considered to be an “Over the top” custom with great eye appeal and perfect road manners. Use to advertise your business or cruise in perfect comfort. Everything is new or rebuilt. Comes with binders full of receipts that verify the extreme cost of this build.

1957 Buick Riviera

A California car that is a joy to drive! Mild custom ‘57 with nail head V8 and automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes and lots of chrome. True spoke wheels. Only year for the 3 piece rear window.

1972 Ford Bronco Half Cab

1966 Chevrolet Stepside

Frame on restoration in 2008. Equipped with a 302 V8 and automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes. Comes with original hubcaps. Overall condition is very good and it drives and shifts good.

327 “ Double Hump” engine, automatic, all new wiring bumper to bumper, new tires, manual steering and brakes, and new dash instrument panel. Finished in Gun Metal Gray with gray cloth interior.


1933 Ford Hot Rod

Bobby Allaway, Street Rod builder of the year in 2012 built this beauty about 10 years ago. A show winner anywhere you go. Disk brakes on all four with good rubber, automatic trunk lid, new battery and fresh paint less than one year ago. Called a “Speedster”, this hot rod gets attention wherever it travels!

1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe

305 Iroc engine, 350 Turbo Iroc transmission, Mustang II front end, new wire harness, new exhaust, shocks and power disc brakes. Power steering, tilt wheel, AM/FM, CD. Lots of new rubber parts and gaskets. Great driver!

1937 Ford Phaeton

This ’37 Ford Phaeton has the looks of a ’40 Ford but is titled as a 1937. The attention to detail on this car is superior in all aspects. From the fit and finish to show quality custom paint and interior. The engine bay and underside are highly detailed. Stainless exhaust and custom stainless steel gas tank. All steel body is in great condition. The car does have an air ride suspension. Removable Carson cloth hard top that comes on and off with no problems. Windshield has been chopped and the car has had all emblems, handles, antennas and lights shaved or frenched. The hood and trunk are both operated by switches inside the car and go up and down with a flick of the switch. The 350 Cu In V8 has been finished in the matching colors. Transmission shifts as it should. The front end is a Mustang II disc brake set up with Flaming River rack and pinion steering. An original California car and sold on California title.

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

350/Turbo 350 automatic with power steering, power disc brakes, posi rear end, Vintage air, Ididit steering column. Fresh paint and new chrome.

1939 Mercury

This ’39 Mercury has benefitted from an older restoration but has only had a very limited amount of miles put on it since. The car comes from the same owner that’s had it since March of 1972! Finished in its original color of dark blue, the car is striking inside and out. The interior was been completely reupholstered in its original color and style of fabric and is nearly perfect. All gauges are in good working order with the exception of the clock. The flat head V8 under the hood looks great and is in nice, original condition. With a push of the button, the car starts up with no problems and goes down the road with plenty of power. The three speed manual transmission on the floor shifts as it should. In the trunk, there is an original, full size, bias ply spare. The trunk looks very period correct. The body matching wheels look great and are covered with beauty rings and Mercury hubcaps. They are all wrapped with new, bias ply, wide white tires. Current mileage shows 72,132.

1953 Ford F-100

Show truck with aluminum headed V8 and automatic overdrive transmission, Fat Man rack billet wheel with tubular arms, NOS bead tweed interior, oak bed. A top notch truck that drives as good as it looks! • 800-335-3063


1996 Mustang Cobra Convertible 1974 Ford Mustang II Ghia

One owner car that has always been stored in a climate control garage and has been well maintained. Very low actual miles, 17,419. all original car with power windows, power steering, power brakes and cruise control. Being offered at No Reserve!

1987 Cadillac Allante

Excellent condition ’74 Ghia with 49,000 actual miles. V6, automatic, AC, factory sun roof. The second owner had for 37 years.

This nice 2-top example has been driven only 61,000 miles. A 4.6 liter V8 is smooth and powerful, with all the usual Cadillac refinements. This car has had only tires, belts and battery replaced, making a great candidate for a “Survivor”.

1991 Mercedes Benz SL500

One owner local car. This vehicle was bought new at the Mercedes store. Includes books, all keys, hard top and window sticker. It will be sold on the original title.

1987 Cadillac Fleetwood D’Elegance 1978 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II 1999 Rolls Royce Silver Spur 1996 Dodge XUV

Two owner Cadillac, always garaged. Power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, full leather seating, sentinel light control, power 9 way driver and passenger seats, Opera D’Elegance package, original interior and trunk, all original owner’s manual. New AC compressor, new white wall radial, Cadillac Deluxe wire hubcaps, premium Bose sound AM/ FM Cassette. Excellent original Amethist Grey paint. Excellent overall condition. Needs nothing to drive and enjoy!


New tires, battery, alternator, voltage regulator, distributor cap and new plugs and wires. Recent oil change and lots of recent maintenance on this classic Rolls Royce Sedan.


Finished in Rolls Royce Magnolia. The body is exceptionally sound, which is to be expected of a high quality European car. This is a very special Rolls Royce Silver Spur, being the final year of production of the legendary flagship. Total production run of Silver Spurs, between the years of 19951999 was limited to only 507 vehicles, with very few ’99 models. The Magnolia Connolly leather power seats, all gauges, power mirrors, seats and windows, lights, blinkers and horn are all in good working order. The turbocharged 6.8L V8 in the car runs great. Oil changes have always been on time and regular maintenance has always been performed on the car. Four speed automatic transmission. Comes with all the original manuals, including the original Service Handbook, Owner’s Manual and Cell Phone Manual for the car and are included in purchase. This Silver Spur even has the original tool kit, including the original gloves!

1996 Dodge 3500 4x4 Dually. Originally a 3500 one ton dually 4x4 pickup, with an XUV conversion performed by Carl & Rick Green in Santa Paula, Ca. Included are the following; Supercharged V10 engine, boxed and extended frame, two piece drive shaft, additional body mounts and crossmembers, hand built rear alternate entry doors, hand formed roof, hand formed “B” pillars, rear door jambs and hatch jamb, hand formed 18 gauge steel from front doors rearward. Hand formed composite rear hatch interior modifications, Recaro bucket seats, specially fabricated cargo area, custom storage areas in cargo bay and all electrical upgrades available in 1997.

1905 Sears Model K Autobuggy

Back in the day, the Sears automobile was often sold from the Sears catalog. As such, it has been called the pioneer of the mail-order automobile. The original factory price was $475 and was manufactured by the Sears-Nattinger Company in Des Moines, Iowa. Its 10-horsepower, 2-cylinder engine propels it nicely. The little buggy benefits from substantial recent cosmetic attention including paint and a thorough operational inspection. London to Brighton?

1974 Volkswagen Beetle

Finished in Raspberry Plum paint with dark blue vinyl interior. Sun Visor, sun louvers on back window, great aluminum wheels, new tires, new wheel bearing inner and outer (receipts on bearing work with car) new rubber, chrome running boards, chrome fender skirts and headlight rims and chrome drip rails on windows. It looks great and makes a great daily driver!

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1949 Globe Mastercraft

1979 Ford Thunderbird

Formerly owned by Country Western EntertainerMastercraft is one of approximately 269 of this model produced. Designed George Jones. by the famous designer, Brooke Stevens, near Lake Geneva, WI, they were produced from 1948 to 1950. This is said to be the 78th boat manufactured in 1949. The all mahogany Globe “Mastercraft” packs plenty of power – a 45 h.p. Graymarine engine. This Globe Mastercraft was just chosen at the Door County Maritime Museum as the People’s Choice Winner for 2012. On the bow you will find an extremely rare bow light that was designed by Brook Stevens. This light is said to be highly treasured and impossible to find. It’s unique to this boat. Sold on a registration only, the boat comes with the trailer. Titled as a 2007 Yacht Club and is still on the Certificate Of Origin. .

1979 Excalibur Phaeton

This Excalibur Phaeton Roadster is a wonderful car for shows or parades or just Sunday touring.

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Bidder and Spectator Parking Bidder Registration and General Admission tickets located right inside the Valet Parking entrance


Parking Garage

General Admission Tickets and Event “Valet” Parking on left under Skywalk. Event Valet parking is $6.00 daily. Additional parking on right in parking garage. Hourly rate up to $8.00 maximum per day. 800-325-4267



Sellers Commission: Reserve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8% No Reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6% Buyers Premium: Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8% Memorabilia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10% Bidders Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100 (includes: 2 VIP guest passes, complimentary valet parking, preferred seating and invitation to reception) Check-In: Thursday October 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9am - 6pm Friday October 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9am - 6pm Marketing Fee Per Vehicle: (Non-refundable) Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$250 Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$400/$500 Shippers: Neil Pitt - Passport Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330-309-8585 Buyer Terms & Payment: Payment is made directly to the consignor from the buyer same day as the auction. Payments must be made with good funds which are defined as cash, cashier’s check, travelers checks or personal/company checks backed by an irrevocable letter guaranteeing the amount to be covered by the check. This currently dated letter must be presented and will be attached to our copy of your bidder registration form. Drafts are not acceptable. No exceptions. Note: The items and information in this catalog (advertisement) have been provided by the consignors and have not been verified by Collector Cars International. Before making a special trip to this sale to bid on a specific item please call our sale site office to ensure that the item has been delivered and admitted into the auction. Announcements made sale day take precedent over printed material. All Sales “AS IS, WHERE IS”, subject solely to the buyer’s advanced inspection. No guarantees or warranties of any type are made by Collector Cars International. Cash purchases in excess of $10,000 will be reported subject to state and/or federal law. Bidder Passes are non-transferable.

Plan Now for Spring 2014 At the Branson Convention Center April 11 & 12, 2014

BRANSON CAR AUCTION PO Box 6907 Branson, MO 65615

October 18 & 19, 2013

Branson Convention Center 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I

One of 25

cars offered for sale!

Branson Auction Catalogue - Fall '13  

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