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OsceOla Heritage Park • 1875 silver sPur lane • kissimmee, Fl 34744 BROADCAST LIVE ON

Information in this catalog has been provided by the sellers/consignors and has been deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. All vehicles are sold “as is, where is” with all defects and faults. Florida Licence # AB1919


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$60,000 - $80,000 • WIMBLEDON WHITE WITH BRIGHT BLUE INTERIOR • CORRECT KELSEY HAYES 15X5” STEEL WHEELS WITH HUBCAPS • POWER WINDOWS • EXTREMELY CORRECT EXAMPLE

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1964 FORD GALAXIE 500 HARDTOP

R-CODE 427/425 HP, 4-SPEED, BODY-OFF RESTORED BY RENOWNED FORD EXPERT DONALD ALLEN

The horsepower wars were well underway when in 1964, Ford answered Chevrolet’s 409 and Chrysler’s 426 Hemi with a new engine for its full-size Galaxie 500: the now rare and desirable R-code 427/425 HP V-8, which was offered in standard form with a 4-speed manual transmission. The shining example offered here was restored several years ago by renowned Ford expert Donald Allen of Clarksville, GA, who retained its original color scheme of M-code Wimbledon White on a code

72 Bright Blue bench seat interior. The engine compartment is home to a fully detailed dual quad-equipped 427/425 HP engine with cross-bolt main bearing caps and all the other correct pieces: high flow heads and exhaust manifolds, Perma-Tune transistor ignition, coil and distributor, aluminum intake manifold, chrome valve covers and cast aluminum “oval” air cleaner. Optioned with power windows, tinted glass, remote driver’s mirror, bumper guards and AM radio with rear seat speaker, it also incorporates a 3.50

rear end, rare and correct 15x5-inch Kelsey Hayes steel wheels with full wheel covers, NOS mufflers and all the correct hoses, clamps, chalk markings and more.


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$115,000 - $135,000 • HEAVY DUTY BRAKES AND SPECIAL STEERING • SPECIAL HEAVY DUTY SUSPENSION • TWO FRONT SWAY BARS (PART OF THE SEBRING PACKAGE) • 4.11 POSI REAR END • AUXILIARY HARDTOP • OFF ROAD EXHAUST

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE BIG BRAKE FUELIE

327/360 HP, 4-SPEED WITH SEBRING TYPE RACING EQUIPMENT, 1 OF 246 PRODUCED WITH RPO 687

If all-out competition was your goal in 1962, you checked off all the options that went into producing this sensational triple Black Chevrolet Corvette convertible. Sold new by Humphrey Chevrolet in Evanston, IL, it is one of only 246 1962 Corvettes produced with the RPO 687 heavy duty brakes and steering package that included special front and rear shock absorbers, air scoops to feed cool air to the brakes, metallic linings, finned drums with internal cooling fans and a quick steering adapter, complemented with dual front sway bars, off road

exhaust and auxiliary hard top. Power comes from the competition-ready matching-numbers 327/360 HP Rochester fuel-injected engine with 4-speed T-10 manual transmission and 4.11 Positraction third member, all adding up to the raciest machine of Corvette’s 1962 lineup.

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$55,000 - $75,000 • REAL 138 VIN 1967 CHEVELLE SS396 • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • BUCKET SEATS WITH CONSOLE • WOOD-RIMMED SPORT STEERING WHEEL • RALLY WHEELS • VINTAGE AIR

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1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS

NUMBERS MATCHING L78 396/350 HP, 4-SPEED, RARE FACTORY COLOR COMBINATION

A three-owner example sold new in Bassett, VA, this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 is a genuine code 138 Super Sport coupe, one of 612 built with the L78 396/350 HP big block V-8. The car retains its matching numbers engine, transmission and rear axle, and shows all the quality of a fresh rebuild with only 5,000 miles on the odometer since its completion. The car is beautifully turned out in its rare factory combination of Bolero Red with a Red Strato bucket seat interior and Black vinyl roof. In addition to power steering and brakes, console and

radio, wood-rimmed Sport steering wheel, pedal dress-up, Rally wheels and dual outside mirrors, this goodlooking SS396 has been upgraded with electronic ignition, Hooker tube headers, an aluminum intake manifold, Vintage Air, an aluminum radiator for increased cooling capacity, auxiliary gauges and a new stereo.

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$55,000 - $65,000 • HOUSE OF KOLOR PEAR-TANGELO 3 STAGE PAINT • COYS WHEELS • ROSE WOOD STEERING WHEEL • POWER BRAKES • STAINLESS STEEL GAS TANK • ALL NEW SUSPENSION • FUNCTIONAL HIDE-AWAY HEADLIGHTS

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1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS PRO-TOURING BALANCED AND BLUEPRINTED 454/430 HP, 4-SPEED, ROTISSERIE RESTORED

Just 250 miles after a complete rotisserie restoration everything on this Pro Touring-built 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS has been refinished, rebuilt or replaced, a fact that shows in every detail. Its laser-straight bodywork shows off gleaming House of Kolor Pear-Tangelo 3 stage paint with Silver accent stripes, complemented by excellent chrome, polished Coys wheels with Riken Raptor rubber and a full serving of Rally Sport finery including hide-away headlights. The spotless undercarriage is home to all-new suspension including new

coil front- and leaf rear springs, Cal Trac adjustable traction bars and a stainless steel gas tank. Power comes from a 454/430 HP engine designed, built, balanced and blueprinted by Motor City Muscle. Mated to a Muncie 4-speed backed by a 3.73 Positraction rear end, this powerplant is exceptionally strong and surprisingly smooth-running for such a high-output device. The show quality all-new Black interior boasts perfect glass, new Pro Comp instruments, Pro-Car seats and carpets, AM/FM radio and a Rosewood steering wheel. THURSDAY

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$45,000 - $ 65,000 • SHOW QUALITY RESTORATION • AWARD WINNING CAR • POWER STEERING • DUAL EXHAUST • DUAL REAR ANTENNAS • REAR FENDER SKIRTS • FULL WHEEL COVERS • WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES

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1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR HARDTOP 283 CI, POWERGLIDE TRANSMISSION

This award-winning 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air from the collection of drag racing Top Fuel Champion Joe Amato is in truly immaculate condition inside and out thanks to a thorough restoration that has it looking, running and driving like brand new. This is the classic finaledition Tri-Five Chevy in all its highfinned glory, a 2-door hardtop clothed in Imperial Ivory with a contrasting Red vinyl interior with Black and Red fabric inserts for one of the most elegant color schemes available. Well dressed with fender skirts, dual rear antennas, chrome door handle protectors and

lower sill trim, full-size spinner wheel covers and wide Whitewall Coker tires, the car is equipped with a 283 CI 4-barrel small block V-8, 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission, dual exhaust and power steering, it comes complete with trunk mat, owner’s manual and more.

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$20,000 - $30,000 • CLEAN CARFAX • 1 OF 559 PRODUCED • VERY DESIRABLE COLOR • PERFECT FOR THE BEGINNER COLLECTOR OR TO COMPLETE YOUR LOTUS COLLECTION

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1991 LOTUS ELAN SE

1.6L/162 HP, 5-SPEED WITH LESS THAN 7,000 ORIGINAL MILES

Simply put, the 1991 Lotus Elan SE is a terrific sports car. Following the practice established early on by Lotus founder Colin Chapman, the Elan is built on a steel backbone frame, giving it incredible torsional rigidity and the consequent superb handling inherent in that design. But the Elan departs from its kin in one very important respect: it is the only front drive Lotus ever made, a fact that initially displeased some in the automotive press but that proved to be one of the car’s best attributes, as it was soon

dubbed “the finest front wheel drive car in the world, bar none.” Its Izuzubuilt turbocharged 1.6 L/162 HP inline 4 engine is a smooth runner with ample torque always on hand, and a 5-speed manual gearbox gives it maximum flexibility on twisty back roads. Only 559 were produced for North America, making this sleek Yellow SE a genuine rarity. With a clean Carfax and fewer than 7,000 miles on the clock, this car is perfect for the beginner collector or to complete your Lotus collection.


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$75,000 - $ 100,000 • CUSTOM SUNSET PEARL PAINT • COILOVER JIM MEYER RACING SUSPENSION • OVER $65,000 IN RECEIPTS • CUSTOM LEATHER INTERIOR AND TRUNK • VINTAGE HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING • POWER WINDOWS • REMOVABLE HARDTOP

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1956 CHEVROLET CORVETTE RESTO MOD CUSTOM BUILT 283/325 HP, 4-SPEED, 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES

The broad appeal of Resto Modding continues to spawn beautiful machines like this 1956 Chevrolet Corvette convertible which, in addition to its modern upgrades, incorporates a number of subtle visual touches. Not immediately evident are the new Jim Meyer Racing Products front and rear suspension pieces that include a 4-link located Ford 9-inch rear, tubular front A-arms and rack and pinion steering, coilovers and 4-wheel disc brakes. The NACA-ducted hood flips forward to reveal a fully-dressed 283/325 HP small block packing a

Comp Cams bumpstick, 327/365 HP heads and a 750 CFM Holley 4-barrel on an aluminum dual plane intake and backed by a Hurst Competition Plus-shifted Muncie 4-speed. Of course, it’s the body and interior that turn heads, and there is plenty to see beginning with the car’s lip-smacking House of Kolor Sunset Pearl acrylic lacquer. A removable hard top, Z06style rear brake scoops, a 1955 Corvette rear bumper, ’59 Cadillac taillights, C6 Corvette exhaust tips, one-off CNC-sculpted “Z56”- and crossed-flags emblems add a full

serving of interesting exterior details, the quality of which is repeated in the custom interior complete with Billet Specialties steering wheel on an Ididit column, ultra leather seat covers, power windows, Vintage Air and more Sunset Pearl paint on the dash. The culmination of over 1,500 man-hours of hgihly skilled labor, this ’56 Vette is one fine Resto Mod.

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$60,000 - $80,000 • CLEAN CARFAX • ALL FLUIDS CHANGED INCLUDING OIL IN BRAKE SYSTEMS • MANUAL TRANSMISSION • ONLY 2,664 PRODUCED • OVER $140,000 WHEN NEW IN 1997

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1997 FERRARI F355 SPIDER

LESS THAN 3,500 ORIGINAL MILES, ENGINE OUT SERVICE RECENTLY COMPLETED

Driving any Ferrari is a special experience, and slipping into a 355 Spider, putting the top down and heading out onto the open road is the stuff of sheer ecstasy. Pushed from behind by a 3.5 L 4-cam V-8 with 5 valves per cylinder and 50 years of Formula 1 -inspired engineering packed inside its exotic alloy confines, the 355 reaches its 8,250 RPM redline in the blink of an eye, delivering huge thrusts of acceleration accompanied by an exhilarating high-pitched exhaust note

that intensifies with the arrival of each new gear, all the way up to its peak 375 HP and 175 MPH top speed. One of only 2,664 produced, this triple-Black 1997 355 Spider sold new for over $140,000 as equipped with its precision-gated 6-speed manual transmission. It has been driven fewer than 3,500 miles and within the last 100 miles has received a complete engine service and fluid replacement. It is documented with a clean Carfax and is ready to enjoy with complete confidence.


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$50,000 - $80,000 • SOUTHERN RUST FREE CAR • FULLY RESTORED • 12 BOLT REAR END • BENCH SEAT • FACTORY TACH • MAGNESIUM STYLE WHEEL COVERS • COKER REDLINE RADIAL TIRES • TILT STEERING

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1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

RARE 427/425 HP, 4-SPEED WITH POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES AND SOFT TOP

In 1966 big cars still ruled the American road, a fact driven home by Chevrolet’s production of over 1.3 million full size cars ranging from the baseline Biscayne to the new luxury Caprice. The SS package was still going strong across the Chevrolet model lineup, the best seller being the V-8 powered Impala convertible. In addition to over 60 factory options, Impala SS buyers could choose from five different engine displacements and five different transmissions. There was an Impala SS for every taste, but few were built to match the performance inherent in this

handsome Ermine White convertible, which issued from the factory with the new-for-1966 427 CI big block V-8. Rated at a healthy 425 horsepower thanks to its aggressive cam, Holley 4-barrel carb with aluminum intake manifold and heavy duty four bolt mains, it is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission backed by Chevrolet’s sturdy 12-bolt rear axle. Fully restored at a cost of $75,000, this rust-free Southern car also features rare power steering and power front disc brakes and a snappy two-tone Turquoise bench seat interior with clock and AM/FM radio. THURSDAY

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2007 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO US ARMY #01 NASCAR

$75,000 - $100,000

DRIVEN BY MARK MARTIN TO THE UNFORGETTABLE HISTORIC PHOTO FINISH AT THE 2007 DAYTONA 500

• CAMPAIGNED DURING THE 2007 SEASON • BECAME INFAMOUS AT THE DAYTONA 500 • THE CLOSEST DAYTONA 500 FINISH SINCE THE FIRST RACE THERE IN 1959 • INCREDIBLE PIECE OF NASCAR HISTORY • SOLD ON BILL OF SALE

NASCAR fan favorite Mark Martin drove this Ginn Racing/DEI 2007 Monte Carlo to finish in second place at the 2007 Daytona 500 an almost imperceptible .02 second behind winner Kevin Harvick. Martin was leading the race in his U.S. Armysponsored #01 Monte Carlo when Fortune intervened to once again rob him of victory in the most prized race in NASCAR. Martin, Kyle Busch, Greg Biffle, David Gilliland and Elliott Sadler began the final lap nose to

tail, maintaining those positions until Harvick began gaining on the lead with a run on the outside. A wreck ensued right behind the pack as it exited Turn 4, and when NASCAR officials decided not to throw the yellow, Harvick beat Martin to the line by .02 second in one of the wildest finishes in Daytona 500 history. This is the very same Mark Martin U.S. Army #01 Monte Carlo that took second place in that race, the closest

Daytona 500 finish since the historic first race there in 1959, when it took three days to declare Lee Petty the winner. A landmark machine that will add stature to even the most exclusive collections, the car is presented in full #01 Army livery exactly as prepared for the 2007 Daytona 500, complete with the authentic Hendrick-built 358 CI Chevrolet small block engine and 4-speed heavy duty manual transmission. THURSDAY

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$60,000 - $ 70,000 • OWNED IN HAWAII, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA • FORD Y-MODEL 4 CYLINDER ENGINE • 3-SPEED TRANSMISSION • REAR WHEEL DRIVE • INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION • PRESSED STEEL CHASSIS

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1935 MORGAN THREE-WHEELER ROADSTER

NO EXPENSE SPARED NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION WITH MINIMAL TEST MILES SINCE

A British motoring icon of the early 1930s, this 1935 Morgan F-4 threewheeler has had homes in Hawaii, Northern California and Florida, where it was stored in a shed for approximately 10 years until a new owner took possession of it and treated it to a complete nut-and- bolt restoration to original as-new condition. The entire drive train including its Ford side-valve 4-cylinder engine was disassembled and received a full overhaul using new components as needed. All the Ash

for the frame was either refurbished or replaced in keeping with the car’s original construction. The wings, bonnet, and side panel were stripped bare and then worked to their present showroom condition, and the interior completed in tasteful Tan upholstery to add further flair to this already attention-grabbing British classic. No expense was spared in restoring this piece of history, a fact reflected in the finished product, which has exhibited perfect Morgan F-4 road manners

and performance on Florida highway test runs since the completion of the restoration. Over 500 hours of care and attention have gone into this British charmer’s restoration to full period correctness, and it is fully ready for both spirited driving and exhibition.

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$40,000 - $60,000 • OVER $35,000 IN REBUILDING RECEIPTS • CLEANED AND PAINTED CHASSIS • INTERIOR IS REFINISHED AS ORIGINAL • REBUILT BOX HAS NEW WOOD FLOORS • ALL NEW CHROME • WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES

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1939 FORD MODEL 92D PICKUP

24 STUD FLATHEAD 221/85 HP, 3-SPEED, VINTAGE BICYCLE INCLUDED

The highly collectible 1939 Ford pickup was a pronounced departure from previous years, with more carlike styling in its longer fenders and the important addition of hydraulic brakes and a hot-water heater replacing the less efficient fresh-air unit. This stunning 1939 Ford pickup has been restored after complete disassembly to the last nut and bolt, and now boasts ultra-straight sheet metal cloaked in deep Gloss Black paint with Red pinstriping on both cab and tailgate and Red-and-Black painted steel wheels. The chassis was cleaned and

repainted as part of the restoration and the heavy duty 24-stud flathead V-8 engine detailed to show-quality presentation. The sparkling cab is refinished as original with Green vinyl upholstery, and the cargo bed fitted with highly varnished wood planks and side rails and stainless steel bed rails and hardware. Documented with over $35,000 in rebuilding receipts, this sharp-looking Pre-War era vintage Ford pickup comes complete with a classically-styled Schwinn cruise bicycle. THURSDAY

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$40,000 - $60,000 • BURGUNDY MAROON • NEW HIGHLY VARNISHED BOX FLOOR AND RAILS • NEW CHROME AND NEW BF GOODRICH WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES • NEW CORRECT STYLE WIRING HARNESS

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1953 CHEVROLET 3100 5-WINDOW PICKUP

235/105 HP, 3-SPEED, RECENTLY COMPLETED BODY-OFF RESTORATION

This stunning 1953 Chevrolet 3100 5-window pickup has just emerged from a complete body-off restoration to better-then-new show quality condition. After a complete dismantling, the frame and all its components were stripped and correctly repainted, and all sheet metal was rendered laser straight and individually sprayed with rich high-gloss Burgundy Maroon to match the original factory color. That gorgeous paint is highlighted by new chrome (abundantly used on the bumpers, window shades and trim, door handles, mirrors, hood emblem

and badges, hub caps and trim rings and the deluxe front grille) brand new BF Goodrich wide Whitewall tires, contrasting pinstriping and beautiful varnished wood in the cargo box floor and side rails. In addition to its properly finished new interior, the truck is also fitted with a radio, dashmounted traffic light indicator, bumper guards, fog lights, a side mount spare tire and a correct new wiring harness. Power comes via a correctly painted and detailed 235/105 HP Thriftmaster inline-6 engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Fans

of Chevrolet’s classic post-war pickup will have to look far and wide to find a nicer example than this.

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$40,000 - $60,000 • FACTORY RADIO, HEATER, DEFROSTER, FOG LIGHTS, INNER AND OUTER WHEEL TRIM RINGS • EXTREMELY STRAIGHT BODY PANELS • CLEANED, DETAILED AND PAINTED CHASSIS • PROPERLY FINISHED INTERIOR • ALL CHROME IS POLISHED OR REPLACED

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1951 FORD F1 PICKUP

FLATHEAD 239/106 HP, 3-SPEED, OAK BED

With its aggressive new styling, toothy floating front grille and larger, more comfortable cab, the 1951 Ford F1 marked a new chapter in the company’s post-war line-up of “Bonus Built” trucks. Part of a dealer’s private collection, the beautiful 1951 F1 offered here is a well-equipped example featuring beautifully straight sheet metal beneath rich Ford Dark Blue paint contrasted with a rich varnished oak cargo bed and side rails. Attention to fit, finish and detail is evident throughout this F1, which rides on a cleaned, painted and detailed

chassis rolling on wide Whitewall tires on painted wheels with inner and outer trim rings. All chrome has been either polished or replaced, and the interior has been properly refinished with fresh gauges, Blue upholstery and headliner and two-tone Ford Blue paint. Powered by a correctly detailed and whisperquiet 239/106 HP flathead V-8, this good-looking pickup also comes with factory radio, heater and defroster, chromed mirrors and cowl-mounted articulated spot lights.

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$40,000 - $60,000 • FRAME-UP RESTORED • EMERALD GREEN WITH IVORY STRIPING • HIGH GLOSS VARNISHED BED AND RAILS • UPGRADED 235 CI SIX CYLINDER • REAR CORNER WINDOWS • ALL THE CHROME IS NEW OR POLISHED • PUSH BUTTON DOOR HANDLES

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1952 CHEVROLET 5-WINDOW PICKUP

235/105 HP, 4-SPEED, TOTAL REBUILD, VINTAGE BICYCLE INCLUDED

This good-looking 1952 Chevrolet 5-window pickup has had a complete frame-up rebuild that included carefully refinishing all its sheet metal in bright Emerald Green with Ivory striping and refinishing its cargo bed floor and side rails in high gloss varnish to recapture their original glow. The interior has been likewise refinished as original and features full gauges, a Chevrolet pushbutton radio, traffic light indicator and heater. This classic vintage pickup is adorned with abundant chrome including the hood ornament, front and

rear bumpers, taillights, running board trim and the new-for-1952 pushbutton door handles – all either new or freshly polished. Powered by an upgraded 235/105 HP inline 6 engine fitted with Wayne finned-aluminum valve and lifter covers and backed by a floorshifted 4-speed, the truck rides on new 6.00x16-inch wide Whitewall tires and painted wheels with trim rings and hub caps. It also comes with an added bonus: a vintage-style Huffy Regatta men’s bicycle complete with saddle bags and Whitewall tires. THURSDAY

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$45,000 - $55,000 • RARE SILVERSTONE VERDE METALLIC • TAN INTERIOR AND TAN SOFT TOP • 3.5L/375 HP FUEL INJECTED V-8 • 6-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION • CLEAN TWO OWNER CARFAX HISTORY • RECENT $4,000 SERVICE FINISHED IN 2012

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1995 FERRARI 355 SPIDER

TWO-OWNER CAR WITH ONLY 17,000 MILES

While it bore a resemblance to its 348 predecessor, the Ferrari 355 was a brand new car that possessed all the virtues of a truly great Ferrari. Over 1,800 hours of wind tunnel testing produced a cleanly-styled body with a Formula 1-style flat undertray and airflow channel to diffuse air upward at the rear, maximizing downforce without the need for awkward-looking wings or spoilers. The heart of the 355 is its 3.5 liter 4-cam V-8 with 5 valves per cylinder, titanium connecting rods, Bosch fuel injection and those

lovely Red crinkle-finish cylinder heads, all combining for an output of 375 HP at a ripping 8,250 RPM. Add Ferrari’s adjustable suspension damping and the Spider version’s convenient convertible top, and you have a magnificent GT car in the best Maranello tradition. Case in point: this rare Silverstone Verde Metallic Spider with Tan top and interior. A two-owner example with just 17,000 miles on the odometer, it has received a $4,000 service in 2012 and comes with a clean Carfax history.


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$55,000 - $75,000 • NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION • 3.73 POSITRACTION REAR END • 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES • BOSS 18” WHEELS • DAKOTA DIGITAL DASH WITH CRUISE • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • VINTAGE AIR GEN 4 AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT SYSTEM • 600 MILES SINCE RESTORATION

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS LS1/405 HP, AUTOMATIC, TUBULAR SUSPENSION

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS demonstrates how a well-executed Resto Mod build can add punch to an already great performing muscle-era pony car while maintaining an almost total factory appearance; a modernday sleeper, if you will. To begin with, the car’s Cortez Silver and Black color scheme with front and rear spoilers, Black vinyl roof and Rally Sport dress package is the perfect understated look. The Black houndstooth interior follows the same practice, the only departures from original being the

custom steering wheel, Dakota Digital gauges, center console armrest and an extra position on the shifter plate. Besides its Gunmetal Boss alloy wheels and wide low-profile radials, the only other obvious visual departures from stock are the “LSX” fender badges that give away the secret within: an all-aluminum LS1 engine capable of an honest 405 HP and backed by a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a 3.73 Positraction rear end. Cultrac traction bars and frame connectors team

with tubular front A-arm suspension and quick steering for excellent road holding and 4-wheel discs easily haul the car down from speed. Every nut and bolt on this Resto Mod RS/SS is new, and with just 600 miles since its completion, it is ready to provide years of unbridled fun.


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$60,000 - $70,000 • 347 CI FORD STROKER ENGINE • ALUMINUM HEADS • FORD AODE TRANSMISSION WITH COMPUSHIFT COMPUTER • FORD 9” REAR END • CHOPPED DOWNS BODY • DOWNS/LOBECK CHASSIS • VINTAGE AIR

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1932 FORD VICTORIA STREET ROD

RENOWNED CHASSIS AND ENGINE BUILDER JAY HOWELL’S PERSONAL CAR

This beautiful award-winning 1932 Ford Victoria is the personal street rod of Jay Howell, a renowned chassis and engine builder as well as a very successful funny car pilot in the 60’s and 70’s. During his career Howell built many well-known and nationally recognized drag cars including the Ramchargers, Seaton’s Shaker, The Little Red Wagon, Don Gay’s Infinity GTO, Cotton Owens’ Cotton Picker, the Hawaiian, Prock & Howell’s F-Troop Nitro Willys and the Logghe Stamping Mustang Funny Car, to name just a few. This classic ‘32 is powered by a 347CI Ford stroker engine

with aluminum heads, an air gap intake and a Quick Fuel carburetor. Power is transmitted through a Ford AODE transmission (prepared by Phoenix Transmission in Texas) controlled by a CompuShift computer and to a Ford 9-inch rear end. The beautiful chopped Downs body sits on a Downs/Lobeck chassis featuring independent coilover shock front suspension and rack and pinion steering. The Black Cherry paint is complimented by a beautiful Tan custom interior. This quality street rod is an eye-catching, dependable ride that drives straight and true. THURSDAY

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$55,000 - $75,000 • 1 OF LESS THAN 300 BUILT • EARLY BUILD (SEPTEMBER 1969) • BUILD SHEET SUGGESTS BUILT FOR FACTORY EXECUTIVE USE • FULLY RESTORED • ENGINE BALANCED AND BLUEPRINTED • FACTORY BUILD SHEET • PHS DOCUMENTATION

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1970 PONTIAC GTO

NUMBERS MATCHING RAM AIR III 400/366 HP, 4-SPEED WITH FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING

One of fewer than 300 built with the exotic Ram Air III 400/360 HP V-8, 4-speed manual and air conditioning, this 1970 Pontiac GTO was built very early in production and is documented with a build sheet that suggests it was ordered by a Pontiac factory executive. Expertly restored with extensive use of NOS parts by a lifelong Pontiac enthusiast and experienced GTO collector/restorer, it is finished as original in Starlight Black with a handsome Tan interior. The original Ram Air III engine was bored .030

over and new TRW forged pistons were installed on reconditioned rods, the rotating assembly was balanced and every clearance checked before final assembly. The transmission and suspension were likewise rebuilt to factory specs and a complete Gardner exhaust system with stainless steel hardware was installed. The air conditioning compressor and assembly were also reconditioned by an outside expert. These and countless other details have produced a very solid and desirable Ram Air III GTO that

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$45,000 - $65,000 • COMPLETE 8 YEAR RESTORATION • ALL STEEL RUST FREE TRUCK • HAS BEEN IN A PRIVATE COLLECTION FOR MANY YEARS • NEW OAK SHOW BED • NEW CHROME BUMPERS AND GRILL

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1949 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP 216 CI, 3-SPEED, COMPLETE RESTORATION

Fans of the early post-WWII Chevrolet line of light trucks will revel in the quality of this 1949 3100 series pickup, whose superb presentation will also appeal to anyone who appreciates a great restoration of such a classic machine. In this case the restoration was completed without regard for expense over a period of 8 years, and the results were worth it. Finished in bright Swift Red, this all-steel truck features hand-applied White pinstripe accents on the cab and tailgate, a new

show-quality Oak cargo bed and side rails, chromed outside mirrors and new chrome bumpers and guards, front grille and twin taillights. Red painted steel wheels carry wide Whitewall tires and chromed rings and center caps, including the side-mount spare. Powered by a correct 216 CI inline-6 engine with 3-speed transmission, this fine looking, great-running truck has been in the care of a private collection and is offered with documentation that includes the original owner’s manual.


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$65,000 - $85,000 • HIGH QUALITY FRAME-OFF RESTORATION • 350/295 HP ENGINE • 350 TURBO AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • RESTORED TO LOOK ORIGINAL WITH LATER MODEL DRIVETRAIN • POWER STEERING • POWER 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES • NEW WIRE WHEELS • WIDE WHITEWALL RADIAL TIRES

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1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE 350/295 HP, FRAME-OFF RESTORATION

While most cars described as “Resto Mods” tend more toward being “modified” rather than “restored”, this gorgeous 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible takes the opposite approach, having been restored to appear factory original while benefitting from mechanical upgrades for increased performance and driveability, an approach that intrigues even diehard purists. This is a firstrate restoration, maintaining stock appearance with stupendous Red paint and glittering chrome and brightwork, a Black convertible top and an entirely

factory-correct Red and Silver interior. The only outward departures from stock are the chromed wire wheels; even the wide Whitewalls are right – why mess with perfection? It’s in the mechanicals that the changes appear, and they work: a late model 350/295 HP small block in full dress, a 350 Turbo automatic transmission, power steering and power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes combine for excellent performance and handling to go along with the ‘57’s timeless beauty .

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$50,000 - $80,000 • ORIGINAL HEMI 291/255 HP ENGINE • BELIEVED TO BE 1 OF 9 REMAINING • $100,000 TOTAL RESTORATION • CONSISTENT SHOW WINNER

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1955 DESOTO FIREFLITE CONVERTIBLE 291/255 HEMI, AUTOMATIC, EXTREMELY RARE CAR

Designed by the legendary Virgil Exner, the 1955 DeSoto Fireflite featured the bold design details, posh interior and Hemi power that define the Red and White DeSoto convertible offered here, one of only 9 believed to exist today. Representing an investment of over $100,000, this DeSoto flagship is a consistent show winner that has received a total restoration of the interior, exterior, brightwork and mechanicals. It is fully dressed with chrome side view mirror, gas door protector and exhaust deflector, back-

up lamps, rear bumper guards, wide Whitewall tires and extremely rare wheel covers, and features a sharp Red, White and Black leather interior with White power top, tinted glass, a fully functional instrument panel, twotone steering wheel, electric clock, courtesy lamps, turn signal indicators, a deluxe heater/defrost system, an unused cigar lighter and deluxe power Wonderbar radio. The clean and highly detailed engine compartment and undercarriage are home to the original 291/255 HP Fireflite Hemi engine and

automatic transmission, power brake system and power steering.


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$40,000 - $50,000 • RIO GREEN EXTERIOR • BEIGE CLOTH INTERIOR • NICELY FINISHED • OVERDRIVE-EQUIPPED

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1951 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER CONVERTIBLE 232/120 HP, 3-SPEED, OFFERED AT NO RESERVE

Studebaker’s fortunes were in the ascendant in the post war years, producing highly individualistic styling under the direction of Virgil Exner and Raymond Loewy, the latter of whom was responsible for automotive history’s most unique creations, the “bulletnosed” front end that emphasized the 1950-51 lineup’s airplane-inspired New Look. Competition amongst the Big Three spawned numerous important engineering advances that prompted Studebaker to improve the car beneath its unique skin, introducing

coil spring front suspension and a new high-compression overhead valve V-8 engine that put Studebaker ahead of the pack. Even automotive journalist “Uncle Tom” McCahill gushed, “This powerplant transforms the maidenly Studie of recent years into a rip-roaring, hell-for-leather performer that can belt the starch out of practically every other American car.” Even so, an overdriveequipped Commander won the 1951 Mobilgas Economy Run, averaging 28 MPG over 840 miles. With that fine legacy behind it, this 1951 Studebaker

Commander convertible is an all-time postwar American classic. Nicely finished in handsome Rio Green, it has a clean Beige cloth interior and is equipped with the 232/120 HP V-8 with a manual 3-speed transmission.


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$125,000 - $165,000 • 3.36 POSI REAR END • F41 HEAVY DUTY SUSPENSION • POWER BRAKES • OFF ROAD EXHAUST • BOLT-ON WHEELS • REDLINE TIRES • FACTORY ORIGINAL TRIM TAG

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

427/435 HP, 4-SPEED, FACTORY RALLY RED CAR WITH OWNER HISTORY DATING BACK TO 1972

Sales of the mid-year Corvette convertibles were consistently approximately double that of their coupe counterparts, a phenomenon that is easily explained by simply pointing to examples such as this iconic 1967 showpiece. Sold new by George Olsen Chevrolet of San Francisco, this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is an exceptionally rare machine powered by a 427/435 HP Tri Power big block engine. Well outfitted for maximum performance, it is sharply finished in Rally Red with a matching

hard top, Black Stinger, interior and soft top and bolt-on aluminum wheels with Redline tires. It offers an M21 4-speed, 3.36 Positraction rear end, F41 heavy duty suspension, power brakes and off-road exhaust. Winters aluminum heads have been added for improved breathing and the engine still retains its original A.I.R.-specific exhaust manifolds. Documentation includes the factory original trim tag and owner history dating back to 1972.


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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28

$60,000 - $80,000

302/290 HP, 4-SPEED, ROTISSERIE RESTORATION

• REAL X33-CODE Z28 • CORTEZ SILVER WITH BLACK STRIPES • BLACK VINYL ROOF • POWER STEERING • FRONT DISC BRAKES • FRONT AND REAR SPOILERS • WOOD-RIMMED SPORT STEERING WHEEL • CENTER CONSOLE WITH GAUGES

For many Z28 enthusiasts, the 1969 vintage was the best of both worlds: it had the heart of a world-beating Trans Am champion and the perfect demeanor for a stylish night on the town – with a hint of excitement always just beneath the surface. This Cortez Silver X33 coupe with Black stripes, Black vinyl roof and a black interior fits that bill quite nicely in a highly optioned package that has just 8,000 miles since completing a full rotisserie restoration. The cowl induction-fed matching numbers 302/290 HP engine

and Muncie 4-speed are joined on the equipment list by power steering and front disc brakes, Rally wheels with Goodyear Polyglas rubber, front and rear spoilers, a wood-rimmed sport steering wheel, center console with gauges, clock and tach, tinted windshield and Z23 special Interior with woodgrain trim. It’s all here in this collector quality Z28 detailed to factory correct presentation.

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$90,000 - $110,000 • BODY-OFF RESTORATION • GOLD SPINNER AWARD • NCRS PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION • 4 NCRS TOP FLIGHT AWARDS • WELL DOCUMENTED WITH THE ORIGINAL SHIPPER, ORDER COPY, WINDOW STICKER, INVOICE, PROTECT-O-PLATE

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1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

327/350 HP, 4-SPEED, 1 OF 316 PRODUCED WITH J61 DRUM BRAKES, BLOOMINGTON GOLD CERTIFIED

This very rare 1965 Chevrolet Corvette coupe is one of only 316 produced with drum brakes, which could still be ordered in 1965 in place of thenstandard disc brakes for a credit of $64.50. The Tuxedo Black coupe is the finished product of a complete body-off restoration executed without regard for expense, resulting in the car capturing Bloomington Gold Certification, four NCRS Top Flight Awards, NCRS Performance

Verification and the Chevy Vettefest Gold Spinner Award. Powered by its original matching numbers 327/350 HP small block engine, 4-speed manual transmission and 3.70-geared Positraction rear end, it also retains its original Black leather interior and incorporates off road exhaust, Soft Ray tinted glass, AM/FM radio with power antenna (standard equipment for the first time in Corvettes), the Comfort and Convenience Group,

7.75x15 Blackwall tires and full spinner wheel covers. It is also one of the most thoroughly documented Corvettes in existence, with paperwork that includes the original shipper sheet, order copy, window sticker, invoice, Protect-O-Plate and rail transport sheet.


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$50,000 - $70,000 • POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP WITH NEW PUMP • NEW 18” WHEELS AND TIRED • NEPTUNE GREEN OVER SEAMIST GREEN • SOUTHERN CAR • STORED INSIDE CLIMATE CONTROL

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE 265 CI, AUTOMATIC, FRAME-OFF RESTORATION

This fetching Bel Air convertible is the perfect ride for top-down cruising in an all-time Chevy classic.While it has been visually updated with new 18-inch American Racing Torque Thrust II wheels and wide radials, it has also otherwise been kept true to its origins through the completion of a full frame-off restoration. A Southern example that is kept stored indoors in a climate controlled environment, it is brilliantly finished in factory two-tone Neptune Green over Seamist Green

and fitted with a matching two-tone Green interior and a power-operated soft top with a new pump mechanism. The drivetrain is as-original: a 265 CI single-carburetor small block V-8 complete with period correct oil and air filters mated to a Powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission.

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$45,000 - $65,000 • FRAME-OFF RESTORATION • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • BUCKET SEATS WITH CONSOLE • PROTECT-O-PLATE • PHS DOCUMENTATION • BUILD SHEETS • 3.36 SAFE-T-TRACK REAR AXLE

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1967 PONTIAC GTO

MATCHING NUMBERS 400/335 HP, AUTOMATIC, GTOAA GOLD AWARD WINNER

After GM management banned the use of multiple carburetion in all products except the Chevrolet Corvette at the end of 1966, Pontiac introduced its new 400/335 HP V-8 in the 1967 GTO, which set a new standard for the muscle car formula. This show quality matching numbers 1967 GTO 2-door hardtop packs that famed powerplant in conjunction with a Hurst Dual Gateshifted automatic transmission, 3.36 Positraction rear end, Rally I wheels with Redlines and power steering and brakes. Elegant presentation in

Champagne Gold with a Black vinyl top and matching woodgrain-trimmed Strato bucket interior with console have earned this car the 1999 GTOAA Gold Award and repeat Preservation Awards at Hershey’s fall classic. Completely restored twelve years ago, it is documented by the Pontiac Historical Society and comes with build sheets and the Protect-O-Plate.


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$40,000 - $50,000 • ALL ORIGINAL • ONE OF ONLY 190 GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLES • BLACK INTERIOR • BLACK ZR1 WHEELS • DUAL POWER LEATHER SPORT SEATS

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1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLE LT4/330 HP, 6-SPEED, MULTIPLE SHOW WINNER WITH LESS THAN 10,000 MILES

Harkening back to the days when such legends as Augie Pabst, A.J. Foyt, Roger Penske and Jim Hall wrestled the original Grand Sport Corvettes around Sebring, Nassau and Bridgehampton, the 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport draws on the heritage of those fire-breathing factory racers to commemorate the last of the C4 generation. With fewer than 10,000 miles, this all-original show winning convertible is one of only 190 built in the total run of 1,000. Like all 1996 Grand Sports, it is cloaked in lustrous

Admiral Blue paint and trimmed with a White center stripe and Red hash marks on the left front fender to replicate the look of Dick Guldstrand’s Grand Sport at Sebring in 1966. Freebreathing aluminum heads, aggressive cam timing, increased compression and large-diameter valves give the car’s LT4 engine a lofty 330 HP, with a 6-speed manual, FE-1 Suspension and F45 Selective Real Time Damping giving an extra edge come track time. Dual power leather Sport seats, electronic air conditioning and a Bose

AM/FM cassette player highlight the creature comforts in this rare specialedition Corvette.


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$67,500 - $85,000 • 1,200 MILES SINCE FULL RESTORATION • JUNE 1953 ENGINE #216862-21989 • DUAL EXHAUST • COMES WITH ORIGINAL OWNER’S MANUAL, SALES BROCHURE, JACK AND JACK HANDLE • GOLD PLATED HOOD ORNAMENT

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1951 HUDSON HORNET CONVERTIBLE

TWIN-H HIGH COMPRESSION 308 CI, AUTOMATIC, 1 OF 551 PRODUCED

The 1951 Hudson Hornet was a landmark postwar automobile and remains the most popular Hudson with fans and collectors. The Hornet’s “stepdown” body design set it apart from the rest of the field in style and ride quality and the optional Twin H-Power dual carbureted inline-6 engine made it virtually unbeatable in NASCAR competition. This Hudson Hornet convertible is one of only 551 built in 1951. Produced in October of that year, it is powered by a later production high compression 308 CI inline-6 stroker engine with a high compression head,

the famous Twin H-Power package comprising dual Carter carburetors and air cleaners and dual header exhaust that gives the car a distinctive growl. Also equipped with a Hydramatic transmission, this sensational machine has been driven just 1,200 miles since being restored to superb condition. Finished in beautiful Cornish Cream with a Burgundy leather interior and matching top, chromed wire wheels and wide Whitewall tires, it comes complete with the original owner’s manual, sales brochure, jack and jack handle and yes – a gold-plated hood ornament! THURSDAY

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$70,000 - $90,000 • SOLD ON MSO (NEVER TITLED) • STILL IN FACTORY PLASTIC AS IT LEFT BOWLING GREEN, KY • LEMANS COMMEMORATIVE EDITION • WINDOW STICKER STILL ON GLASS • LS1/350 HP, AUTOMATIC

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2004 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

THE LAST C5 CORVETTE BUILT, DRIVEN ONLY 13 DELIVERY MILES SINCE NEW

Specially finished in Lemans Blue with a contrasting Light Gray interior, this 2004 Commemorative Edition Corvette coupe is serial number 34,064, identifying it as the very last of a hugely successful generation that emphasized a comfortable grand touring experience to go along with new-found power. The all-aluminum, fuel-injected 346 CI LS1 engine generates a healthy 350 horsepower through a 4-speed automatic for exhilarating performance, yet occupants looking for less excitement can avail themselves of the car’s

leather seats, full power accessories, air conditioning and Delco-Bose sound system. Special features include unique wheel center caps and Silver front and rear emblems commemorating Corvettes two Le Mans 24 Hours GTS class wins. This Commemorative Edition coupe is still so new that it has been driven just 13 miles and still wears the protective plastic interior wrapping installed at the factory in Bowling green, KY. An incredibly fresh milestone Corvette.

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$75,000 - $125,000 • HILBORN FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM • ART MORRISON BOX FRAME WITH IFS AND 4 BAR REAR • HIGH PERFORMANCE RACING CLUTCH • CUSTOM CLASSIC INSTRUMENT GAUGES • HOOSIER PRO STREET REAR TIRES • CUSTOM BUDNIK WHEELS • CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL HEADERS

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1941 CADILLAC SERIES 62 4-DOOR SEDAN 572/800 HP, FUEL INJECTION, TURBO 400 TRANSMISSION

Generations have passed since the 1941 Cadillac Series 62 first embodied the ultimate in style and power, concepts taken to a whole new level in this freshly completed and very impressive Series 62 4-door sedan. The first hint at this Caddy’s true nature is in the amount of rubber wrapped around the custom Budnik billet aluminum wheels tucked into those accommodating wheel wells – Hoosier Pro Street tires out back, BF Goodrich T/A Radials up front - but that’s just the beginning. An Art Morrison box frame provides the foundation for

independent front suspension and a 4-link Morrison rear end that give the big Caddy a sure-footed ride. Nestled up front under the Cadillac’s expansive hood is a sea of chrome and polished aluminum, in the center of which 572 cubic inches of GM big block crate engine uses Hilborn fuel injection, custom stainless steel headers and 3-inch exhaust to power 800 horses through a Street and Strip Turbo 400 automatic transmission; reliable Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes handle the job of reining it all in. The largely stock interior provides a calm place to

relax and enjoy cruising in this vintage Caddy Resto Mod, its Custom Classic gauges and Hurst shifter the only visible departures from a traditional mix of rich Grey upholstery and beautiful burled wood. It’s a great study in contrasts, with only 1,791 miles since its completion and generations of more good times ahead.

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$90,000 - $120,000 • 1 OF 1,190 PRODUCED IN TUXEDO BLACK • ORIGINAL INTERIOR • 4.11 POSITRACTION • F41 SUSPENSION • POWER STEERING • POWER ANTENNA • TRANSISTORIZED IGNITION • AM/FM RADIO • KNOCK-OFF WHEELS

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1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE MATCHING NUMBERS 427/425 HP, 4-SPEED, FACTORY SIDE EXHAUST

Corvette performance reached a new high in 1966 with the introduction of the 427 CI big block V-8 engine, and to many there was no better way to package it than in the example offered here. Assembled on February 18, 1966 and sold new by Pollows Chevrolet in Lansdowne, PA, this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is one of 1,190 finished in gleaming Tuxedo Black. It has received a body-on restoration that has it in sterling condition, and with the high-powered 427/425 HP big block V-8 under the hood and an M21 4-speed and 4.11 Posi rear end

completing the drivetrain, it is also a great performer. Adding to the mix are transistor ignition, power steering, F41 Special Suspension and factory side exhaust. The list of impressive features doesn’t stop there; the all-original interior has been retained, including the AM/FM radio and Teakwood steering wheel, and the car’s great cosmetics are perfectly finished up with finned aluminum knock-off wheels wrapped in Goldline rubber.

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$80,000 - $100,000 • NCRS PERFORMANCE VERIFIED • DUAL QUAD CARBURETORS • 3.55 REAR END • OFF ROAD EXHAUST • HEATER • WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES • FORMERLY FROM THE ARNOLD KAPLAN AND PARELLA COLLECTIONS

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1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

265/225 HP, AUTOMATIC, BLOOMINGTON GOLD CERTIFIED, DUNTOV MARK OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

Corvette received a complete makeover for 1956, most visibly in the roundly sculpted rear and its tapered side coves. Dual 4-barrel carburetion, rollup glass windows, exposed headlights and integrated taillights appeared for the first time in what was widely considered the best Corvette yet. Formerly from the Arnold Kaplan and Parella collections, this matching numbers 1956 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is an awardwinning icon with Bloomington Gold, NCRS Performance Verification and Duntov Award of Excellence honors

to its credit. Venetian Red with Beige coves, Red interior and Beige soft top, it was built for high speed cruising with the 265/255 HP dual quad engine, Powerglide 2-speed automatic and 3.55 rear end; off-road exhaust, wide Whitewall tires with full-size wheel covers and a heater complete the options list.


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$75,000 - $85,000 • BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION • FACTORY STYLE CODE #836 TRI-TONE INTERIOR • STOCK CHEVROLET SPINNER HUBCAPS • ORIGINAL FACTORY FENDER SKIRTS • POWER STEERING • POWER BRAKES • AIR CONDITIONING

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1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA HARDTOP 348/280 HP TRI-POWER, AUTOMATIC, CONTINENTAL KIT

Chevrolet expanded its lineup with the introduction of the Impala in 1958, enabling customers to drive away with a car that rivalled some Cadillacs for its level of power, luxury and trim. This beautifully restored 2-door hardtop coupe demonstrates the level of finery available to buyers visiting the showrooms, its Tropic Turquoise and White paint scheme reflected in the brand new factory-correct code 836 tri-color interior. Wide Whitewall tires, full size spinner hubcaps, fulsome chrome body trim, the original factory

fender skirts, rear antenna and a Continental kit with spare tire cover put this car in the top echelon of late Fifties automotive style, while its 348/280 HP Tri Power engine, Powerglide automatic and power steering and brakes give it performance to match. Ice cold air conditioning, all new brakes and exhaust and an AM/FM cassette complete the list of features; the original factory radio is also included.


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$50,000 - $70,000 • GENUINE X22 CODE • ROTISSERIE RESTORATION • FACTORY CONSOLE WITH GAUGES • FACTORY AM/FM RADIO • POWER STEERING • POWER DISC BRAKES • COWL INDUCTION HOOD • REAR SPOILER

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

396/350 HP, AUTOMATIC, RARE ORIGINAL ASTRO AIR-CONDITIONING

This genuine X22-code 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS396 turned a lot of heads back in the day, and it will continue to do so well into the future thanks to the magic of a complete rotisserie restoration. Its dramatic Matador Red paint is perfectly accented with White “hockey stick” fender stripes, a cowl induction hood, front and rear spoilers, chromed exhaust tips and the extra brightwork that forms part of the Z22 Rally Sport package, with early-style Rally wheels completing the look.

Chevy’s L34 396/350 HP big block V-8 combines with 3-speed automatic, special suspension, power steering and power front disc brakes for SSgrade performance. The car’s Black houndstooth interior is a collector favorite; this example incorporates Z87 Custom interior package, center console with U17 Special Instruments, in-dash clock, factory AM/FM radio and rare original Astro air conditioning.

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$60,000 - $90,0000 • DUAL QUAD INTAKE • POWER STEERING • CCP POWER DISC BRAKES • CUSTOM LEATHER INTERIOR • CUSTOM WHEELS • CUSTOM TACH AND GAUGES • 4 NEW 20”X18” COY CHROME WHEELS • VINTAGE HEAT & AIR

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR RESTO MOD DUAL QUAD 355 CI, AUTOMATIC, FRAME-OFF RESTORATION

An all-new nut-and-bolt build on a rust free body, this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air is loaded with all the ingredients that go into the making of a great Resto Mod. The stock-bodied 2-door sedan is jazzed with fire-alarm Red paint and all new chrome and stainless trim, including a fresh set of chromed 20x18-inch Coys wheels wearing new Nexen tires. There is more flash in the immaculately finished engine compartment in the form of a new 355 CI small block with a story all its own: twin polished Edelbrock 600 CFM carburetors on a polished aluminum

intake, ceramic coated headers and Flowmaster exhaust, polished Vintage Air compressor and alternator and a polished aluminum BeCool radiator with electric fans. A Painless wiring harness and all new power steering, power disc brakes and suspension, battery, exhaust system and fuel lines complete the mechanical side of the ledger. Inside is a nicely-executed custom Brown leather interior with all new factory tinted glass, a custom wood-rimmed steering wheel on an Ididit tilt column, custom tach and gauges and day/night rear view mirror. THURSDAY

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$80,000 - $100,000 • NEWLY RESTORED • 8 3/4” POSITRACTION REAR END • 4.10 GEARS • 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES • CUSTOM LEATHER INTERIOR AND GAUGES • FOOSE WHEELS

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1974 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA

440/550 HP, AUTOMATIC, VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING

Newly built from top to bottom, this 1974 Plymouth Barracuda coupe has been imbued with both abundant performance and show-stopping finish. Its Metalflake Purple paint takes the visuals a step beyond the factory Plum Crazy shade that is such a favorite with fans of the breed, adding contrasting accents that suggest the “hockey stick” quarter panel stripes that first appeared on 1970 Cudas. As if that isn’t enough flash, witness the chromed large-diameter Foose alloy wheels shod with Nitto radials,

4-wheel disc brakes, chromed side exhaust tips and the gleaming undercarriage. Borrowing from the Mopar playbook, the builder installed a take-no-prisoners 440/550 HP big block incorporating a Six Pack-style air cleaner, Hooker Competition headers and a serpentine belt drive system driving an ATI automatic transmission and a 4.10-geared Positraction 8 ¾ rear end. Fresh Grey leather and cloth upholstery and accents highlight the interior along with such custom touches as a billet steering wheel and

Ididit tilt column, Vintage Air, a custom console with modified Pistol Grip shifter and full surround sound.


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$70,000 -$90,000 • 1500 HOURS IN RESTORATION AND DEVELOPMENT • 500 PLUS PHOTO DOCUMENTATION OF RESTORATION AND CUSTOM FEATURES • ITEMIZED LIST OF FEATURES, QUALITY PARTS AND TASK PERFORMED • CONCEPT #001 • PROTOTYPE COMPLETED NOVEMBER 2012 • 1,800 MILES OF PROVEN DRIVABILITY AT AN AVERAGE OF 20MPG

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1972 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE RESTO MOD

LS1/375 HP, AUTOMATIC, CUSTOM RALLY SPORT CONCEPT RESTORATION

A frame-off concept restoration by Rockstars and Custom cars of Orange City, FL, this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle is that company’s idea of a Rally Sport version of Chevy’s popular mid-sized muscle machine in a fully Resto Modded car. A full range of upgrades have been performed with an eye toward high performance and drivability. An all-aluminum fuel-injected LS1 engine and computer-controlled 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission were installed along with a 12-bolt rear end, tubular A-arm front suspension and

Wilwood 4-wheel vented disc brakes, and Lizard Skin ceramic coatings used inside and below decks for increased comfort, protection and usability. Digital instrumentation is housed in a one-off aluminum dash insert that finishes the extensively customized yet classically-styled interior. A 500plus photo documentation of the car’s restoration and custom features is included as well as a book of receipts; an itemized list of features, quality parts and work is also available. This is car number 001 of a planned

production Chevelle “RS” series with pending orders. This prototype was completed in late November 2012 and has received over 1800 miles of proven drivability while returning an average fuel mileage of 20 MPG. Over 1500 hours were spent restoring and developing the unmatched appeal and innovation of this incredible work of art.


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$60,000 - $90,000 • HAND FORMED FIBERGLASS • POWER 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES • POWER STEERING • GENUINE LEATHER INTERIOR • CARBON FIBER ENGINE COVER • FENDER SKIRTS • AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT • TITLED AS A 2005 SPEEDSTER

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1939 LINCOLN ZEPHYR STREET ROD SPEEDSTER MOTORCARS Z-SERIES COUPE

Inspired by the revolutionary 1939 Lincoln Zephyr-based custom “Scrape”, this hand-built street rod is one of approximately 50 replicas produced under license by Speedster Motorcars using the original Deco Rides molds made by Scrape designer and former HOT ROD Magazine Editor Terry Cook. Titled as a 2005 Speedster Motorcars Z-Series Coupe, the car is built on a tubular frame with coilover suspension, power steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes, and blends the original’s flowing lines,

generous proportions and decided street-rod vibe with a luxuriouslyappointed interior. The distinctive Candy Tangerine-over-White paint scheme tastefully emphasizes the car’s classic curves and aggressive front-end styling that is a hallmark of the original E. L. Gregory design, while Tan paint and leather add further elegance to the Art Deco-inspired interior. A carbon fiber cover dresses the car’s GM Vortec V-8, which is mated to a 460LE automatic for smooth and dependable power. Fully

finished with fender skirts, American Racing aluminum wheels, it has been driven fewer than 160 miles and has always been garaged.


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$45,000 - $65,000 • PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY EDITOR OF MOPAR MUSCLE MAGAZINE • FULLY RESTORED AS SHOWN IN MULTIPLE MOPAR MUSCLE MAGAZINES • POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP • POWER STEERING

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1969 DODGE CORONET CONVERTIBLE

383/575 HP, AUTOMATIC, MOPAR MUSCLE COVER CAR IN FEBRUARY 2007

This 1969 Dodge Coronet convertible will be familiar to readers of Mopar Muscle Magazine, where it was the subject of numerous how-to articles during the course of its restoration by owner and MM Technical Editor Dave Young. The car was first introduced in the September 2005 issue, where it was used to test Detroit Locker’s new True Tech limited slip differential and Moser heavy duty axles and 4.30 gearset, laying down 0-60 times of 1.74 to 1.80 in the process and demonstrating the considerable power of its stroked 575HP big block

engine. Another story in the same issue showcased the installation of a new stainless steel exhaust system by Stainless Works and new tips from The Paddock “to add a stock look to our not-so-stock big-block Coronet.” It was back in the December 2005 issue to demonstrate the art of panel replacement, and in January 2007 was shown being prepped and resprayed in its original F5 Medium Green using brilliant BASF Diamont base/clear coat. The completed car is a classic looker with a luxury Tan bucket seat interior, power steering and a power

top – and a powerful big block and sturdy drivetrain with performance that will warm the heart of any Mopar fan.

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$100,000 - $125,000 • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • POWER WINDOWS, POWER TOP • POWER 6 WAY SEAT • DELUXE HEATER • SPINNER HUB CAPS • DUAL ANTENNAS • HIGHLY DETAILED UNDERCARRIAGE • 3 TEST MILES SINCE RESTORATION

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1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE 348/280 HP, AUTOMATIC, FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING

When Chevrolet decided to make the Impala its own model for 1959 they pulled out all the stops, creating an upscale automobile that when fully optioned and accessorized rivalled even Cadillac for grandeur, power and luxury. Witness this 1959 Impala convertible, whose wide sweeping tailfins, expansive proportions and long, low, sleek appearance are at their best in top-down mode. Fresh from a complete frame-off restoration, it combines Tuxedo Black paint with a multi-tone Red interior and Black soft top for a truly

elegant presentation that is furthered by its highly detailed undercarriage and engine compartment. No mere showboat, this Impala moves under the command of a 348 CI Tri Powerequipped big block engine complete with a chrome dress kit and backed by a sturdy and reliable Powerglide 2-speed automatic. It is very well optioned with power steering and brakes, factory air conditioning, power windows, front seat and convertible top with glass rear window and full size spinner wheel covers on wide Whitewall tires.


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$75,000 - $100,000 • OVER 1000 HOURS TO BUILD • SADDLE LEATHER INTERIOR • VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT • STA-FAST BLACK CONVERTIBLE TOP • 3.08 REAR • C4 SUSPENSION • SHOW QUALITY PAINT AND BUILD

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1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE RESTO MOD LS1, 5-SPEED, JAMESON TUBE CHASSIS

This freshly built 1971 Chevrolet Corvette convertible Resto Mod is the finished product of a noexpense-spared build representing an investment of over 1,000 hours of detailed work down to the last nut and bolt. A hand-fabricated tube frame by Jamison’s Custom Corvettes provides a fresh foundation and advanced handling characteristics offered by a complete conversion to C4 independent suspension and upgraded 4-wheel disc brakes. Under the big block-style hood a completely rebuilt 5th generation LS1 346 CI V-8

small block gives the car new-world horsepower and throttle response, cranking through a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission to a 3.08 rear end. Show-quality Black paint emphasizes the car’s Mako Sharkinspired contours, here complemented with C6 chromed alloy 5-spoke wheels mounting wide Uniroyal highperformance radials. Completing this hand built Resto Mod ‘Vette are a fresh Black Sta-Fast convertible top and an immaculate Saddle leather interior featuring tilt steering and Vintage Air climate controls. THURSDAY

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$65,000 - $85,000 • POWERED BY A TRANSWARP ELECTRIC MOTOR COUPLED TO AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • CHRYSLER 300 REAR END • COILOVER 4 WHEEL INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION • FINELY CRAFTED ONE OF A KIND VEHICLE • OSTRICH LEATHER INTERIOR

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1937 CORD COFFIN NOSE SPEEDSTER

HAND BUILT CUSTOM ELECTRIC CAR, ALUMINUM BOXED FRAME

Street rodding is all about innovation, but this 1937 Cord replica takes that tenet to a whole new level of creativity. Hand built on a boxed aluminum frame, the car is in form a virtually exact replica of the timeless American classic designed by Gordon M. Buehrig, but it contains a crucial engineering difference made possible only by time and technical advances: it is driven by a TransWarP electric motor coupled to an automatic transmission and driving a heavy duty Chrysler 300 rear axle capable of handling the torque inherent in such a device. The

result is the incredible acceleration enabled by the motor’s instant torque generation and a smooth and quiet driving experience, enhanced by 4-wheel coilover independent suspension. More than a technical exercise, this is also a beautifully finished showpiece wrapped in luminous Lamborghini Orange paint with a rich Cream Ostrich leather interior. Representing an investment of over $200,000, this intriguing blend of art and automotive innovation is a uniquely impressive vehicle that will enhance any collection. THURSDAY

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$45,000 - $60,000 • RUST FREE BODY • ORIGINAL INTERIOR • NICE STRAIGHT CAR • POWER STEERING • POWER BRAKES

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1960 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

390/325 HP, AUTOMATIC, ORIGINAL WESTERN KANSAS CAR WITH ONE REPAINT

After a decade that saw Cadillac experiment with increasingly ostentatious styling, the Division opened the1960s with cars like this Series 62 convertible. While still massive in proportion to almost any other car on the road, the 1960 models radiated a new air of elegance with cleaner front and rear treatments and lowered tailfins that signaled the evolution to more conservative styling. Even so, cars like this 1960 Series 62 convertible were still the most regal machines on the road and still hold a special place

today. A Western Kansas resident, it is a very original example, with a rust free body given a single repaint in handsome Hampton Blue. The original matching bright Blue leather interior – with Cadillac’s usual array of power accessories and creature comforts - and White soft top complete the car’s inviting presentation. This very nice, straight and well-kept car is powered by Cadillac’s silky-smooth 390/325 HP V-8 backed by an automatic transmission, with power steering and brakes adding to the car’s already high comfort quotient.


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$125,000 - $135,000 • 1,400 MILES SINCE BUILD • TWO 4-BARREL CARBURETORS • 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES • AIR CONDITIONING • POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP • CUSTOM INTERIOR

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE LS2/550 HP, 5-SPEED, ART MORRISON FRAME

This Resto Modded 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible has it all: the classic looks of that great Tri-Five vintage, the joys of a custom interior and the power of a modern GM powerplant, all in a car that has “the ability to handle curves like a slot car, stop on a dime and accelerate like a rocket” thanks to its underlying secret – a professionally CAD engineered replacement chassis from Art Morrison Engineering. Noted for supporting a variety of power plants, the AME frame has been fitted in this case with an LS2 Corvette engine in full show trim, including dual Edelbrock

4-barrel carbs on a polished inline aluminum intake manifold, Edelbrock oval air cleaner, serpentine belt drive system and polished aluminum valve covers – all combining for an output of 550 horsepower channeled through a 5-speed manual transmission. With handling enhanced by tubular A-arm suspension, power steering and power Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes and wide radials on large diameter American Torque Thrust wheel, the car’s two-tone Candy Blue and Silver paint scheme is reflected in the finish of the interior that abounds with quality

upholstery, machined billet controls, air conditioning and a power convertible top. And with just 1,400 miles since completion, this iconic ’55 Resto Mod is ready for years of enjoyment.

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$65,000 - $85,000 • GARNET RED OVER SHELL BEIGE, MATCHING TOP AND TWO-TONE INTERIOR • WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES, CHROME WIRE WHEELS • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • RADIO • POWER WINDOWS

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1957 BUICK CENTURY CONVERTIBLE 364/300 HP, AUTOMATIC

Buick made some of the most stylish and powerful cars on the road during the 1950s, and few had more panache than the Century convertible. Drawing from the same 300-horsepower V-8 as the larger and heavier Roadmaster, the Century was Buick’s top performer for 1957 and, as this beautiful Century convertible shows, a heck of a looker as well in two-tone Garnet Red over Shell Beige with a rich matching top and two-tone interior. The car’s sculpting and chrome add an edgy elegance to this color combination; Buick fans will

also like the added glamor of its wide Whitewall tires on sparkling chrome wire wheels. The full complement of accessories includes power steering and brakes, power windows, radio and Buick’s turbine-smooth Dynaflow transmission.


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$75,000 - $100,000 • JUNIOR JOHNSON’S BUDWEISER #11 • DRIVEN BY BILL ELLIOT • ELLIOT WON 3 POLES AND 5 WINS IN 1992 • SUBJECT OF THE CLOSEST POINT DIFFERENCE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP IN NASCAR HISTORY • SOLD ON BILL OF SALE

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1992 FORD THUNDERBIRD BILL ELLIOT NASCAR

DRIVEN BY BILL ELLIOT IN NASCAR’S MOST DRAMATIC SEASON FINALE IN ATLANTA ‘92

In a season marked by typically hot competition on the nation’s paved ovals and superspeedways, Bill Elliot joined Junior Johnson’s Budweisersponsored team to drive this 1992 NASCAR Ford Thunderbird. Elliot took the car to 3 poles and 5 wins, 4 of which he piled up in the four consecutive weeks that constituted the month of March, at Rockingham, Richmond, Atlanta and Darlington respectively. Promoted by sponsors Ford and Budweiser as the “Birds of Prey”, Elliot and his Thunderbird

remained at or near the top of the points chase until the final race of the season, the Hooters 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. No less than six drivers remained in contention for the Winston Cup Championship, but it finally came down to a battle between Elliot and Alan Kulwicki. Elliot scored a bittersweet victory in that final race, finishing second to Kulwicki in the Championship by a scant 10 points, the narrowest margin in the sport’s history. A force to reckon with through the very last lap of that exciting 1992 Winston

Cup season, the Bill Elliot-Junior Johnson Budweiser Thunderbird will always occupy a special place in NASCAR lore.


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$80,000 - $95,000 • CUSTOM INTERIOR BY RADAIR • CUSTOM PAINT, GRAPHICS AND AIRBRUSH ART • PILLAR POD WITH BOOST AND FUEL PRESSURE GAUGES • SUPERVETTES ZR1 3” WIDE BODY REAR FENDER KIT • CARBON FIBER ZR1 FRONT FENDERS • CARBON FIBER FRONT SPOILER, SIDE SKIRTS, REAR DEFUSER AND APR WING

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2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06

SUPERCHARGED 427/780 HP, 6-SPEED, RADAIR CONVERSION

There is no holding back this 2009 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, which has been expertly transformed to its fullest potential as a serious machine for both road and track. Its LS7 427/405 HP aluminum powerplant now generates a healthy 780 horses through the addition of an SLP 4-lobe supercharger, and the driveline reinforced by blueprinting the 6-speed transmission and differential and adding an RPS triple disc carbon clutch and DSS 1400 HP half shafts. A Ron Davis Racing radiator and auxiliary oil

cooler keep temps under control, while handling and braking are enhanced with Pfadt adjustable coilovers and sway bars and Brembo 6-piston front and 4-piston rear brakes. First-rate accommodations are the only way to go in a supercar, and RadAir filled the bill with a custom interior using a carbon fiber-trimmed steering wheel, pillar pod with boost and fuel pressure gauges and Yellow-on-Ebony leather upholstery that reflects the custom Cyber Grey exterior finish trimmed with custom graphics and airbrushed

art. A Supervettes ZR1 3--inch wide rear fender kit and carbon fiber ZR1 front fenders house extra-wide Pirelli P Zero tires on Forgeline wheels, with a carbon fiber front spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser and APR wing generating extra downforce. Addendum: This car carries a prior salvage title.


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$40,000 - $50,000 • 4 BRAND NEW FIRESTONE WIDE WHITEWALL TIRES • MANY CHROME ACCESSORIES INCLUDING BUMPERS • CORRECT BUMPER GUARDS • CHROME GRILL • MIRRORS AND TAILGATE CHAINS ARE CHROME

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1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

RESTORED TO ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH 44,000 BELIEVED ORIGINAL MILES

Another exemplary classic from the Joe Amato Collection, this 1951 Chevrolet 3100 series pickup was the subject of a restoration to as-new with the addition of several upgrades that include 4 brand new Firestone wide Whitewall tires and numerous chromed accessories including front and rear bumpers, hood ornament, front grille, dual outside mirrors, tailgate chains, wheel trim rings and hubcaps. The original cargo bed was removed and replaced with richly finished Oak floor

boards fitted with bright stainless steel runners and hardware, a feature that brilliantly accents the truck’s Cape Burgundy paint. Showing a believed actual 44,000 miles, the truck also features a typical Spartan interior with a large, comfortable bench seat, a heater, speedometer and gauges to monitor the Thrift Master inline-6 engine’s water temperature, oil pressure, fuel level and voltage output. One of the most popular of the Advance Design series of early

postwar Chevrolet pickups, this truck is an easy to run, fun to drive classic.

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$90,000 - $125,000 • FATMAN SUBFRAME • TUBULAR CONTROL ARMS WITH 2” DROP SPINDLES • REAL SS X55 CAR • CUSTOM LEATHER INTERIOR WITH CARBON FIBER • POWER RACK AND PINION • FORD 9” REAR END WITH 3.55 POSITRACTION

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RESTO MOD 454/650 HP, 4-SPEED, ROTISSERIE RESTORATION

The result of a rotisserie restoration on a genuine X55-code SS car, this 1969 Camaro Resto Mod covers all the bases with a great color combination, aggressive attitude and exhilarating performance. Modern handling has been accomplished with the installation of a Fatman subframe employing tubular upper and lower control arms with 2-inch drop spindles and power rack and pinion steering. Detroit Speed subframe connectors tie the front end with the rear, where a leafsprung Ford 9-inch rear end with 3.55 Positraction is fitted with adjustable

Competition Engineering Slide-A-Link traction bars. Corvette disc brakes and 3-inch stainless exhaust wrap up the underpinnings, and the rolling stock is completed with super-low profile performance radials on American Torque Thrust-style wheels. The showquality engine compartment is home to an equally flashy 454 CI Chevy big block V-8 that has been breathed on the tune of 650 horsepower. The car’s superb Black paint with Flat Black hockey stick stripes is beautifully contrasted by the custom Red leather interior with sharp carbon fiber accents. THURSDAY

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$60,000 - $80,000 • PERFORMANCE TUNING BY CHRYSLER SRT GROUP • UNIQUE CUSTOM DUAL FINISH PAINT SCHEME WITH YELLOW STINGER • ONE-OFF 20” FORGIATO ALLOY WHEELS • BREMBO BRAKES WITH 14” ROTORS • PENNZOIL LIMITED EDITION BADGE WITH “001 OF 001” VIN

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2011 DODGE CHALLENGER SRT/8

1 OF 1 PENSKE RACING PENNZOIL SRT/8, ESTIMATED 507 HP AT 6,000 RPM

In September 2011 Pennzoil announced the “Join the Pursuit” sweepstakes, offering this Penske Racing-inspired 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 as the grand prize. The car is entirely unique, as evidenced by the Pennzoil Limited Edition dashboard plaque that simply reads “001/001.” Custom built by Chrysler’s Street and Racing Technology Group, it comes with a performance tuned 392 CI Street Hemi engine using Corsa Extreme 3-inch cat back exhaust and other tweaks to produce an estimated 507 HP at 6,000 RPM and 486 ft/lbs of torque at

4,200 RPM. With its unique dual-finish Black paint with Yellow stripes and grille surround, Yellow-accented oneoff Forgiato alloy wheels and Penske racing badges, there is no mistaking the Penske Racing Pennzoil SRT/8 for any other, but the differences don’t stop there. Suspension upgrades and special springs were used to lower the car for improved handling, and Yellow-caliper 14-inch Brembo brakes increase stopping power. The interior has been treated to custom Black leather and diamond-tufted suede upholstery with Yellow accent stitching

and embroidered Penske Racing headrest logos. It’s the complete package for the collector in pursuit of a new-generation Challenger like no other.

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$150,000 - $200,000 • DOCUMENTED BY GM CANADA • ORIGINAL BE 4.10 AXLE • ORIGINAL HD RADIATOR • OWNER HISTORY • RESTORATION ALBUM • VINTAGE PICTURES

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1969 CHEVROLET COPO CAMARO

L72 427/425 HP, 4-SPEED, COMPLETE FRAME-OFF RESTORATION

Completely restored in frame-off fashion to as-original condition and documented as one of approximately 80 exported to Canada, this Cortez Silver 1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro coupe was originally purchased new at Holland Chevrolet-Oldsmobile in Burlington, Ontario. Under the ZL2 cowl induction hood is the mighty Corvette L72 427/425 HP engine, a serious race-ready powerhouse with 11.1:1 compression, 780 CFM Holley 4-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake manifold, free-flowing rectangular port heads and a forged rotating

assembly in a 4-bolt main bottom end. The 9561 equipment package also includes the Muncie M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed transmission, BE code 4.10 Positraction rear end, power disc brakes and 4-core “curved neck” radiator, all original to the car. The standard Black interior is trimmed with the Z23 special interior package with passenger assist grip, woodgrain steering wheel and dash trim and bright pedal trim. Documentation includes vintage photographs, owner history and an album chronicling the car’s restoration. THURSDAY

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$50,000 - $60,000 - 1 OF 881 BUILT WITH THIS ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION - POWER STEERING AND BRAKES - TACHOMETER - CONSOLE - REAR DECK SPOILER - STYLED STEEL WHEELS - MARTI REPORT

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1969 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 FASTBACK S-CODE 390/320 HP, 4-SPEED, ROTISSERIE RESTORATION

In 1969 the Ford Mustang GT gave way to the Mach 1 as the premier performance package for the Mustang, bringing with it a long list of standard features that included a Flat Black hood and matching scoop, contrasting reflective side and rear Mach 1 body striping, twin body color racing mirrors, NASCAR-style hood pins, styled steel wheels, a quickrelease gas cap and the Deluxe Décor interior with Comfortweave bucket seats, woodgrain dash, console and door trim, a dash-mounted clock and

special instrument facings. The 1969 Mach 1 offered here is fresh from a complete rotisserie restoration and is one of only 881 built – out of a total production figure of 72,458 cars - with its combination of the S-code 390/320 HP 4V engine and close ratio 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in archetypal Candyapple Red with desirable Black-and-Red Décor interior, it incorporates power steering and front disc brakes, front and rear deck spoilers, console, tachometer and an AM radio.


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$60,000 - $90,000 • SOLD NEW BY LATHAM MOTORS, NY • ALL ORIGINAL SHEET METAL • ORIGINAL UNDERCOATING STILL IN PLACE AND NO VISIBLE SIGNS OF RUST • WARRANTY BLOCK • ALL OTHER COMPONENTS APPEAR CORRECT

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1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK

302/290 HP, 4-SPEED, ORIGINAL AND UNRESTORED WITH ONE REPAINT

Built to homologate the Mustang for the SCCA’s new Trans Am racing series, Ford developed the 1969 Boss 302 based on the experience gained in the GT-40 racing program, essentially designing a racing engine capable of 500 HP and then detuning it to 290 HP for the production version. What really made the Boss 302 a star on the open road was its remarkable handling, the result of an order by Ford President Bunkie Knudson to make it “absolutely the best-handling street car on the American market.” Sold new by Latham

Motors of Latham, NY, this 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is an incredible unrestored example with a single repaint on all original sheet metal. Finished in Bright Yellow with a Black standard Mustang interior, the car is in remarkable condition, with the original undercoating still in place and no visible signs of rust. The car’s original 302/290 HP engine has been replaced with a warranty block; all other components appear to be correct and accounted for, making this a prime candidate for the collector who values high originality.


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$70,000 - $80,000 • 1 OF ONLY 771 PRODUCED IN 1965 • BLACK SOFT TOP • AUXILIARY HARDTOP • POWER BRAKES, WINDOWS • TEAKWOOD STEERING WHEEL • TELESCOPIC STEERING COLUMN • SIDE EXHAUST • KNOCK-OFF WHEELS

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1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

NUMBERS MATCHING 327/375 HP, 4-SPEED, LOADED WITH FACTORY OPTIONS

Time has no chance of diminishing the visceral appeal of the classic midyear Corvette, a stunning example of which is offered in this loaded Fuelie convertible. One of only 771 fuel-injected cars produced in 1965, it boasts a matching numbers L84 327/375 HP small block mated to the required Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. Code UU Rally Red paint, side exhaust and finned aluminum knock-off wheels with Goldlines give this machine maximum crowd appeal, but the list of equipment

doesn’t end there. The car offers the choice of capping the code 402 Black leather interior with either a Black soft top or color-matching auxiliary hardtop. Power disc brakes, power windows, an AM/FM radio with power antenna and a tilt column with Teakwood steering wheel complete this superb Fuelie 4-speed Sting Ray convertible.


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$70,000 - $90,000 • BEAUTIFUL TWO-TONE PAINT SCHEME • LUXURIOUS CUSTOM LEATHER INTERIOR • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • POWER WINDOWS • POWER SEATS • TILT STEERING COLUMN, CUSTOM DASH • ANALOG GAUGES AND CD STEREO

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1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR RESTO MOD

HIGH PERFORMANCE 350 CI, 4-SPEED, VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING

This beautifully Resto Modded 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air is one very classy machine. As attractive as most factory two-tone paint was in its day, there was nothing even close to this car’s dramatic combination of Candy Apple Red over Silver against gleaming Pearl White, both of which light up with an iridescent gleam in full sunlight and benefit from intricately pinstriped accents in all the right places. The same can be seen in the luxurious custom interior, where smooth handworked Tan leather is used on the seats, door panels, steering wheel

and shifter boot and the same artful paintwork appears on the console and dash. Power seats and windows, a tilt column, custom analogue gauges, a CD/stereo and Vintage Air complete the interior appointments, and a highly polished 350 CI small block occupies the immaculate engine compartment in front of a smooth-shifting Muncie 4-speed. It all comes together in an awe-inspiring street machine that is sure to induce pride in its new owner.

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$175,000 - $185,000 • NEW STREET SHOP FRAME • C4 SUSPENSION, POWDERCOATED BLUE • ALL NEW AL KNOCH INTERIOR WITH CUSTOM EMBROIDERY ON HEADRESTS • POWER STEERING • 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES • CUSTOM CCW BILLET WHEELS • POWER WINDOWS

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1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE RESTO MOD LS6 346/405 HP, 6-SPEED, AIR CONDITIONING

This sharp 1965 Corvette convertible Resto Mod was the brainchild and personal driver of Ralph Eckler, the man who almost singlehandedly created the budding Corvette aftermarket industry fifty years ago. Dubbed the “Ralph Eckler Signature Corvette”, it is constructed on a new 1963-67 tube chassis by Street Shop that has been powdercoated in Blue and equipped with the fully independent suspension, power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes from a C4. A C5 Z06 all-aluminum LS6 346/405 HP

engine replaces the original unit, and is mated to a Tremec T-56 Magnum 6-speed transmission with a Hurst short-throw shifter. While the body is strictly stock – and beautifully finished in glowing Nassau Blue – the car now rolls on CCW chromed aluminum billet wheels using Michelin Pilot Sport tires. A new Bright Blue Al Knoch custom interior is just the ticket, with special headrest embroidery, new hardware and electronics for the custom Whiteface gauges and original clock. Air conditioning and power windows are

also welcome extras in this very nice one-off Corvette by Ralph Eckler.


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$35,000 - $50,000 • POWER WINDOWS AND BRAKES • AM/FM WITH CD • TAN LEATHER INTERIOR • CUSTOM ROD AND OAK BOARD BED • VINTAGE WHEELS WITH WHITEWALL TIRES • IDIDIT STEERING COLUMN

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1937 FORD F85 PICKUP

350/350 HP ENGINE WITH DRESS-UP KIT, VINTAGE AIR, BODY-OFF RESTORATION

Almost 190,000 light trucks rolled off the Ford assembly lines in 1937, but none looked as good as this tastefully rodded long bed pickup, which has been through a body-off restoration that saw a few goodies installed along the way. Cloaked in deep Black paint with new clearcoat, it is accented with stylish Red pinstriping on the body sides, engine cover louvers and tail gate and a richly finished Oak cargo bed. It takes a nicely raked nose-down attitude thanks to staggered-size tires on vintage style wire wheels tricked

out with chromed spokes, center caps and trim rings on Red-painted rims and hubs – an old-school touch that works perfectly on this otherwise stock-appearing ’37. The flathead engine originally represented by the “V” badges on the engine side covers has given way to a 350/350 HP Chevy small block backed by a floor shifted automatic, and engineered leaf springs, front and rear sway bars and power brakes afford much-improved handling. Pleated Tan upholstery, power windows, Vintage Air, billet

controls and custom instrumentation provide ample comfort for driver and passenger alike.


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$60,000 - $75,000 • VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING • POWER STEERING • POWER DISC BRAKES • WHITE CONVERTIBLE TOP • DELUXE BLUE INTERIOR • CONSOLE

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS CONVERTIBLE CORRECT 396/350 HP, 4-SPEED, FRAME-OFF RESTORATION IN 2011

First-generation Camaro convertibles had more than a touch of class about them, especially generously-equipped examples such as this very attractive 1969 RS/SS396, a car whose almost formal good looks make it as much at home at the country club as it is cruising along the boulevard. But don’t let those looks fool you; the Super Sport side of this car is centered in its period-correct 396 CI big block engine. Endowed with a 10.25:1 compression ratio, high-lift hydraulic cam and Rochester 4-barrel carburetor, it delivers a healthy 350 horsepower

to a Hurst-shifted Muncie M21 closeratio 4-speed manual transmission, with power steering, power disc front brakes and special suspension along for the ride to take full advantage of that performance. Driven fewer than 800 miles since the completion of a frame-off rotisserie restoration in 2011, the car presents beautifully in Dusk Blue with White stripes, White soft top and a striking Blue Z87 Custom interior with the added advantage of Vintage Air climate control.

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$35,000 - $50,000 • 3500 STREET STRIP TORQUE CONVERTOR • 3.73 POSITRACTION REAR END • 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES • POWER STEERING, BRAKES AND WINDOWS • 20” WHEELS AND TIRES • DAKOTA DIGITAL DASH • VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING

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1967 CHEVROLET CUSTOM C10 PICKUP

NEW 383 CI STROKER, TURBO 350 TRANSMISSION, BODY-OFF RESTORATION

Chevrolet’s popular late-Sixties C10 pickup is the basis for this body-off Resto Mod buildup. With its badges removed and bright Red paint clothing its bodywork, the truck enjoys a clean look accented with chromed bumpers, grille, side pipes, tailgate stays and mirrors, with LED taillights adding a high-tech touch. Slightly lowered over 20-inch alloy wheels with Yokohama radials, it incorporates an upgraded drivetrain with a new 383 CI GM stroker crate engine using a 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake, polished

valve covers, K&N high flow air filter and a serpentine belt system driving its power steering pump, alternator and air conditioning compressor; an automatic transmission and 3.73 Positraction rear axle complete the drivetrain. Handling and stopping were improved with the addition of sway bars and power 4-wheel disc brakes respectively, while the interior offers a leather-wrapped banjo billet wheel on a tilt column, all-new glass and power windows.


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$50,000 - $75,000 • BRAND NEW, NEVER SOLD OR TITLED • PERFORMANCE RED WITH CHARCOAL INTERIOR • RECARO BUCKET SEATS • BACK SEAT AND RADIO DELETE • AIR CONDITIONING DELETE • ALL ORIGINAL DOCUMENTATION • FULL FACTORY WARRANTY

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2000 FORD MUSTANG COBRA R

1 OF 300 BUILT, DRIVEN LESS THAN 340 MILES SINCE NEW

Beneath the 2000 Ford Mustang Cobra R’s Performance Red paint is an equally red-blooded performance machine. In fact, Ford Special Vehicle Engineering manager John Colloti made sure that unless a piece contributed to the R’s performance parameters, it was not going to make the cut. Gone were the sound deadening, insulation, radio, back seat and air conditioning that are standard on virtually any production car; so was the Mustang’s standard 4.6L engine, replaced by a hand-built 5.4 L

Triton modular V-8 engine generating 385 horses and 385 lb/ft of torque. A Tremec T-56 six-speed joins the fun along with specially calibrated 4-wheel independent suspension, vented Brembo disc brakes, 18-inch alloy wheels with sticky BF Goodrich G-Force tires and firmly-bolstered Recaro bucket seats. One of 300 built, this 2000 Cobra R is a brand new vehicle that has never been sold or titled. It will be covered by the full factory warranty from the day it is purchased and will be delivered with

all the original manuals, window sticker and other documentation.


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$35,000 - $50,000 • HOOKER HEADERS • 3.73 POSITRACTION REAR END • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • TILT WHEEL • MSD IGNITION • 300 MILES ON ENGINE

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LOT T291 1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO

GM 502/502 HP CRATE MOTOR WITH ALUMINUM HEADS, 4-SPEED

There is one sure-fire way to spice up any first-generation Chevrolet Camaro, and that is to add a couple of hundred cubic inches for an equivalent bump in horsepower, which is the route taken in this ready-to-rock 1967 SS coupe. As proclaimed by its new front fender badges, this Camaro SS now draws its motive power from a 502/502 HP GM crate engine with aluminum heads and intake, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, MSD ignition and free-breathing Hooker tube headers, backed by a Hurst-shifted 4-speed

manual and 3.73 Positraction rear end. The rolling stock has also been upgraded with the substitution of large diameter Coys 5-spoke wheels and low profile radial rubber, while the car maintains the stock and very effective power front disc brakes and power steering. Finished in sunny Butternut Yellow with a Black vinyl roof, Black Sport striping, cowl induction hood and front and rear spoilers, it is also fitted with a padded Sport tilt steering wheel, below-dash auxiliary gauges and a new sound system.


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$25,000 - $40,000 • 425 CI V-8 ENGINE • AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • AUTO CLIMATE CONTROL • FULL POWER ACCESSORIES • 4-WHEEL DISC BRAKES • ELECTRONIC LEVELING • TILT-TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL • CRUISE CONTROL

T292

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1978 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ UNTOUCHED TIME CAPSULE WITH 51 ORIGINAL MILES

The final full-sized Cadillac Eldorado was built in 1978. To commemorate that milestone and bid farewell to the second generation body style, Cadillac partnered with American Sunroof Corporation (ASC) to develop 2000 special 1978 Eldorado Custom Biarritz Classic cars. The Custom Biarritz Classic was identical to the Custom Biarritz, with the exception of duo-tone pillowed leather interior in Light Beige and Dark Saddle, Dark Beige Leather steering wheel jacket, two-tone exterior finish in Arizona Beige with Demitasse Brown Metallic accents

on the hood, doors, and roof, Dark Brown accent striping, and gold-plated “Biarritz” script on the sail panel and deck lid. An unrestored time capsule driven just 51 miles, this 1978 Custom Biarritz Classic is one of the most luxurious Cadillacs ever built. The list of standard features was enormous, encompassing full power accessories, automatic climate control, Soft Ray tinted glass and 4-wheel disc brakes; this immaculate example from a private collection is also extensively optioned with a 6-way reclining power front seat, door edge guards, tilt-

telescopic steering wheel, carpeted floor mats, rear window defogger, cruise control, Guidematic headlight control, illuminated passenger vanity mirror and thermometer and AM/FM stereo radio with tape player. Simply amazing.

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$65,000 - $85,000 • FRAME-OFF ROTISSERIE RESTORATION • ORIGINAL DRIVETRAIN • BELIEVED TO BE 66,000 ORIGINAL MILES • POWER STEERING AND BRAKES • FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING ADDED • PLATINUM 1ST PLACE AT 2008 WINTER NATIONALS IN KISSIMMEE, FL

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1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR HARDTOP ORIGINAL 265 CI, AUTOMATIC WITH 66,000 MILES

A full frame-off rotisserie restoration was completed on this 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop coupe in February of 2008, immediately after which it went right out and won the Platinum First Place Award at the 2008 Winter Nationals in Kissimmee, FL. Still in fabulous condition and showing a believed-original 66,000 miles on the odometer, this is a truly great-looking classic Tri Five Chevy that gleams in two-tone Matador Red and Dune Beige, a wonderfully evocative color pairing that repeats in the car’s interior, which features

seat belts, an AM radio, day/night mirror, tissue dispenser and added air conditioning. The 265 CI 4-barrel engine, Powerglide automatic transmission and rear end are all original to the car and likewise factory fresh and correct, as are both the power steering and power brake systems. “Spectacular” is the word that best describes the quality of fit and finish throughout this car; materials are crisp and new and the paint, chrome and brightwork inside and out positively sparkle; a colormatching sunshade and Continental

kit, chrome bumper extensions and full bright trim add even more allure to this fine ‘56.

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$40,000 - $50,000 • DRIVEN ACROSS US FROM CHARLESTON, SC TO BONNEVILLE, UT FOR SPEED WEEKS: 6,000 MILES AND 21 STATES • FEATURED MULTIPLE MAGAZINES AND CALENDARS • TH400 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

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1931 FORD MODEL A STREET ROD

MAY 2012 HOT ROD MAGAZINE COVER CAR, DIESEL ENGINE

It took builder Jeff Madden about a year to transform his 1931 Ford Model A Fordor sedan into this extended-cab shortbed pickup truck that many will recognize from the front cover of the May 2012 issue of Hot Rod magazine. Madden began the project by placing the body and the Brookeville Roadster short pickup bed on the floor of his garage, shortening the cab until the proportions suited his eye and then building a frame to match. Perhaps the truck’s most unique feature is its Cummins 4BT turbodiesel engine, which originated in a Fritos delivery

truck and then served a tour of duty in Madden’s ex-Army tow truck before getting a thorough cleanup for its new digs. Backed by a 400 Turbo automatic and a 2.41 10-bolt rear axle, the bulletproof little Cummins returned 41 MPG during a trouble-free 6,000 mile trip Madden made with his son Kevin from Charleston, SC, to the Bonneville Salt Flats for Speed Weeks and across another 21 states. The trip ended in Madden’s home town of Titusville, Pennsylvania, next to Oil Creek, where the truck got its name. It was the site of the first oil drill, and the

Oil Creek Petroleum Co. was a real company. Also featured in numerous other magazines and calendars, this homebuilt Retro Rebel has been has been invited to the 65th Annual Hot Rod Home Coming on March 23–24, 2013, at the Fairplex in Pomona, California.

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DESCRIPTION

LOT #

DESCRIPTION

LOT #

1957 BUICK CENTURY CONVERTIBLE

T275

1956 CHEVROLET CORVETTE RESTO MOD

T235

1937 CORD COFFIN NOSE SPEEDSTER

T272

1956 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T262

1941 CADILLAC SERIES 62 4-DOOR SEDAN

T260

1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE BIG BRAKE FUELIE

T230

1960 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE

T273

1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T284

1978 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ

T292

1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T286

1949 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

T248

1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

T254

1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

T278

1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T261

1953 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP

T241

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T252

1952 CHEVROLET 5 WINDOW PICKUP

T243

1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

T271

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR

T285

1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT

T257

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR RESTO MOD

T265

2004 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

T259

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

T274

2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06

T277

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

T255

1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO

T291

1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR HARDTOP

T293

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO

T279

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR HARDTOP

T233

1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

T232

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

T249

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

T264

1967 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP

T289

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS CONVERTIBLE T288

1969 CHEVROLET COPO CAMARO

T281

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

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T245


ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF LOTS CONTINUED DESCRIPTION

LOT #

DESCRIPTION

LOT #

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28

T253

1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK

T283

1972 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE RESTO MOD

T267

1969 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 FASTBACK

T282

1967 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS

T231

1995 FERRARI 355 SPIDER

T244

1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA HARDTOP

T263

1997 FERRARI 355 SPIDER

T236

1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

T270

1951 HUDSON HORNET CONVERTIBLE

T258

1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

T237

1991 LOTUS ELAN SE

T234

2007 CHEVROLET MARK MARTIN NASCAR

T238

1939 LINCOLN ZEPHYR REPLICA STREET ROD

T268

1969 DODGE CORONET CONVERTIBLE

T269

1935 MORGAN THREE WHEELER ROADSTER

T239

2011 DODGE CHALLENGER SRT/8

T280

1967 PONTIAC GTO HARDTOP

T256

1955 DESOTO FIREFLITE CONVERTIBLE

T250

1970 PONTIAC GTO HARDTOP

T247

1992 FORD THUNDERBIRD BILL ELLIOT NASCAR

T276

1974 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA

T266

1932 FORD VICTORIA STREET ROD

T246

1951 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER CONVERTIBLE

T251

1951 FORD F1 PICKUP

T242

1937 FORD F85 PICKUP

T287

1964 FORD GALAXIE 500 HARDTOP

T229

1939 FORD MODEL 92D PICKUP

T240

1931 FORD MODEL A STREET ROD

T294

2000 FORD MUSTANG COBRA R

T290

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