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ince 1976 Cinema Vehicle Services has been the major supplier of on-camera vehicles for both motion pictures and television. Some of its earliest projects include such television series as The Fall Guy, A Team and The Dukes of Hazzard. Some of Cinema’s early feature films include Die Hard, Terminator and Lethal Weapon to recent projects like The Hangover, G I Joe, Knight Rider and My Name is Earl. Cinema Vehicle Services specializes in custom build to order vehicles. One of the most recognizable we believe, is “Eleanor” from the 2000 remake of Gone in 60 Seconds. The 1967 Mustang depicted in the movie became and still is an iconic movie car. Cinema Vehicle Services is offering a select group of both its “On Camera” used vehicles as well as its “Private Collection”. They have never offered this broad of a selection before. Some of the collection cars have been owned for over 25 years.

Mecum Auction is pleased to offer this unique collection at Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Auction - 23rd Year at the Indianapolis Fairgrounds May 19-23, 2010.


LOT S112 1963 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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Ultra Rare Factory M-Code Tri-Power, 390 CI

One of the rarest of all Thunderbirds, this 1963 M-Code is one of 37 produced, one of just 22

known to exist today. Owned by a single California family since new, it has always been garaged in storage and trailered for transport. It was restored from the ground up to Concours condition in 1966 using original and NOS components throughout and comes with complete maintenance records since new and all restoration receipts. This Silver ‘Bird is a multiple award winner with V.T.C.I. Best of Show and A.A.C.A. National Senior and Grand National prizes to its credit; it has also won the prestigious Larry J. Seyfarth Award. Pictured in many publications featured in Motor Trend magazine, its incredible original documentation includes the window sticker, factory invoice, purchase order and sales contract. Simply put, it is probably the finest 1963 M-code Thunderbird in the world.


Highlights: - Ultra rare factory “M” code tri-power - 1998, 1999 A.A.C.A. National Senior and Grand National first prize winner (scoring at least 390 of 400 points) - V.T.C.I. Best of SHOW scoring perfect 300 of 300 points - Recipient of the prestigious Larry J. Seyfarth award (trailered multiple years) - One southern California family owned since new, always garaged, always trailered - Only 37 produced with miniscule 22 known to exist - Concourse ground-up restoration completed in 1966, utilizing original and N.O.S. components throughout - Numbers matching, original engine rebuild, hardened valve seats. Comes complete with all maintenance records since new and restoration receipts - Incredible original documentation including window sticker, factory invoice, purchase order and sales contract - Pictured in many publications including cover shots and featured in Motor Trend magazine. Probably the finest restored, documented example of the “M” code factory sport roadster in existence


LOT T201 1966 Chevrolet Nova Coupe

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327/350 HP, 4-Speed

Built to compete with the Ford Falcon and Plymouth Valiant for a new generation

of youthful buyers, the Chevy Nova still enjoys a world-wide following. Perhaps the largest and most active Nova enthusiast organization is National Nostalgic Nova, home to lovers of 1962 to 1979 Chevy IIs, Novas and Acadians. The car offered here is a star with a unique history in that community, whose members know it as “Giveaway Car Number 2”. An extremely rare L79 327/350 HP 4-Speed, this 1966 Nova SS was the Grand Prize in a drawing held to celebrate NNN’s 10th anniversary in 1995. The Tuxedo Black beauty is a full-fledged SS model, with all the equipment offered in Chevy’s best package: special interior and exterior trim and wheel covers, Super Sport fender scripts, SS badges front and rear, bucket seats, special instrumentation, console shifter and deluxe steering wheel. But this car has more, in the form

of the most powerful non-fuel-injected smallblock in the Chevrolet lineup, the L79 327/350 HP V-8. The exclusive dual-snorkel chrome air cleaner tops off an aluminum intake fitted with a Holley 4-barrel and is flanked by chromed Turbo-fire valve covers. A special solid-lifter cam, high-flow heads and 11:1 compression complete this free-revving smallblock engine. All that power is accompanied by surprising elegance. The Black finish is absolutely mirror-like and beautifully adorned by tasteful chrome and brightwork that extends to the brilliant wire wheel covers. The Black interior is likewise handsome and well accented. Beyond the car’s power and appearance, there is in addition the fact that its original equipment includes factory-installed Delco air conditioning and tinted glass to add comfort to the driving experience.


By the time this car was awarded to Marti Wihksne of Kamloops, British Columbia in 1995, it was already considered one of the best L79 Novas in existence, having earned numerous awards. It had been so skillfully restored by NNN club member Pete Perry of Texas that in 1988 it won three prizes at the Denver Nova Nationals West, including Best Restored. In 1989, it returned from the Louisville Nationals with five titles, and in 1991 repeated with another three honors at the New York event. Texan Steve Mauer, who purchased the Nova from Perry, performed a meticulous renewal, detailing the underside, installing fresh stainless steel exhaust and recreating every tag and inspection mark called for by his extensive research. So thorough was the work that in 1993 the little Chevy was the subject of a magazine article titled “Tagging the Chevy II According to the Broadcast Sheet�. Multiple national prizes, original matching numbers engine and a rare and comprehensive option array combine for one of the most elegant and powerful cars ever to earn the SS designation.

Highlights: - Factory air - L79 327/350 HP - Original engine and block - 4-speed manual transmission - Rare factory air conditioning - Correct Tuxedo Black finish - Wire wheel covers - All correct tags, matching numbers verified by Wayne Bushey - 1st Place, Nova Nationals Denver - 1st Place, Nova Nationals New York - Gold Certified, Nova Nationals Kentucky - Gold Certified, Nova Nationals Idaho - 1995 National Nostalgic Nova Giveaway Car - Restored by Pete Perry and Steven Mauer - Judging sheets - Giveaway promo brochure and certificates


LOT S32 1970 Ford Ranchero GT Pickup

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One of One, 429 CI CJ, Automatic

This is “One of One”! Original 429 CI Cobra Jet “J” code engine, factory air shaker scoop, C6

automatic transmission, 3.50 9” traction lock rear end with hideaway front lights. No expense was spared in the meticulous restoration of this Ford Muscle Car. The VIN and factory options are documented by a Marti Premium Auto Report. Winner of the Knott’s Berry Farm Fabulous Fords 2004 Bill Stroppe Award for Best Truck. Cover car for the August 2004 edition of Legendary Ford Magazine. This vehicle is a rare piece of American Muscle Car History and a sure prize for the serious collector.


LOT S111 1956 Lincoln Premiere Convertible

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368/285 HP, Automatic

With lean, linear styling that borrowed extensively from the 1954 Mercury XM-800 show car, the 1956 Lincoln Premiere

combined futuristic looks with spacious accommodations and plenty of power in its 368/285 HP Y-block V-8. Lincoln promoted the all-new Premiere as “the longest, lowest, most powerful, most wanted Lincoln of all time”, as this Concours-quality restored convertible demonstrates. Its bright Amethyst and White color combination is echoed in the interior, which features the period’s popular pleated upholstery. The dashboard features chief designer Tom Hibbard’s elegant “rolled-top” design, with a horizontal speedometer and instrument layout. Power windows and four-way power front seat were standard. Low production numbers insured the Lincoln Premiere’s exclusivity; only 2,447 built; this is certainly one of the finest in existence.

Highlights: - One of 2,447 built - 368/285 HP Y-block - Chassis lubrication system - Power windows & seats - Power steering & brakes - Spotlights - Concours quality restoration


LOT S209 1953 White 3000 Cabover Tractor Trailer

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10-Speed

Used by the die-cast modeling company “First

Gear” as the template for their full line of 1953 White 3000 models, this White 3000 cabover tractor-trailer unit has been exhibited at shows and events all over the country, and has appeared on enthusiast magazine covers as well. Partnered with a matching vintage Highway trailer, this vehicle is in superb, virtually new condition as the result of an expert multi-year frame-off restoration of a low original mileage truck. Utilizing the original equipment solid nickel, 6-cylinder flathead gas engine, 10-speed overdrive transmission and full tractor-trailer air brakes, this charming tractor-trailer unit can be driven anywhere with great confidence. Always stored indoors by both previous ownerenthusiasts, it is ready for operation and a caring new home.

Highlights: - 1953 White 3000 cabover tractor-trailer - Used as template by the die-cast modeling company “First Gear” - Vintage Highway trailer - Solid nickel 6-cylinder flathead gasoline engine - 10-speed overdrive transmission - Full tractor-trailer air brakes - Multi-year frame-off restoration of a low original mileage truck - Always stored indoors


LOT S33 1938 Ford Hot Rod Coupe 239 CI, 3-Speed Highlights: - Motor City flathead - Frame-off custom restoration - Edelbrock 3 duece manifold - Halibrand quick change rear end - Halibrand wheels - Air conditioning

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LOT S111.1 1956 Ford Thunderbird

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California Car, 312 CI, Automatic

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pumped more power into the second-year Thunderbird by introducing an optional 312 CI V-8 rated at 215 horsepower. The beautiful 1956 T-Bird presented here features that optional powerplant in a meticulously detailed engine compartment that reflects the fabulous condition of this 38,000 mile car. Delivered new to Frank Taylor Ford in Los Angeles, it has been in California all of its life. Painted in gleaming Raven Black, it sports an as-new Black interior with White pleated accents, a Continental kit and chromed wire wheels, and comes with a hardtop in addition to its convertible soft top. It was freshened by its second owner in 2001 - 2002 at a cost of

$42,000, and has been in the private collection of CVS owner Ray Claridge since he acquired it in 2003. Highlights: - This beautiful “Bird� was delivered new to Frank Taylor Ford in Los Angeles and has been in California all of its life - A copy of dealer invoice goes with the car - This is an original 38,000 mile car - It was freshened in 2001-02 by its second owner at a cost then of $42,000 - Has been kept in my private collection since acquiring it in 2003 - Comes with a hardtop in addition to soft top


LOT S112.1 1964 Mercury Super Maurader Coupe

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427/425 HP, 4-Speed

One of the last of the big performance Mercurys,

the 1964 Super Marauder Coupe was the race version of the marauder line. While most were powered by Ford’s smooth 390 V-8, the Super Marauder packed the overwhelming wallop of a full-race R-code NASCAR-spec 427/425 HP with inline dual quad carburetion. This was Mercury at its best in 1964, with competition wins in NASCAR and in the stock car class at the grueling Pike’s Peak Hillclimb. Out of total production of 108,673 units, a total of only 42 R-codes were produced; only 9 were 2-door Park Lane Fastback models, and today only 3 are known to exist. This is the only one finished in Ocean Turquoise with a White interior. After a complete frame-off restoration that took 3 years to complete, the car is in sensational condition, a premier candidate for the most demanding collector.

Highlights: - Rare as it gets - 427/425 HP 8-Barrel engine - 4-Speed transmission - This was Mercury at its best in 1964 - The newest edition that held the stock car record at Pike’s Peak - Original build sheet - Correct date coded engine - Complete frame-off restoration (3 years to complete) - Total production 108,673 - Only 42 ‘R’ code cars built - Only 9 Parklane 2-Door fastbacks built - Only 3 are known to exist - Only 1 Parklane painted Ocean Turquoise with White interior


LOT W169 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible 164/180 HP, 4-Speed

- The most powerful Corvair built with over 1 horsepower per cubic inch - It was loads of fun - New soft top - 164/180 HP engine - 4-Speed transmission

LOT W170 1986 Lincoln Continental Givency Limited Edition, 302 CI, Automatic - An original 2 owner California car - Limited Edition “Givency� model - Fully loaded

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LOT W171 1973 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible 400 CI, Automatic

- Purchased in 2001 from Viacom - From movie Haunted then used as the hero car in TV Series “Joey” - New paint - New top - Only 7,339 convertibles produced

LOT W183 1964 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Formerly Owned by Sony Executive, 4-Speed

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olkswagen’s 1963 Beetle was unchanged from 1962, when its refinements included larger taillights, sliding covers for interior heat ducts, a new compressed-air windshield washer, and a gas gauge. Thanks in part to the growing popularity of the convertible, Beetle sales crested above 200,000 for the first time. Formerly owned by a Sony executive, this excellent 1963 convertible runs with an upgraded 1600CC engine and is tastefully finished in Light Green with a Black soft top and Brown vinyl interior. A delight for VW fans who recall those old ads touting “93,000,000 miles of headroom”. Highlights: - Beautiful Beetle Convertible - Upgraded 1600 CC motor - Formerly owned by Sony Executive and Beach Bum

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LOT W184 1962 Cadillac Originally Used in the Golden Girls Movie

Based on the 1961 model designed by a young new

generation of talent assembled at the turn of the Sixties, the 1962 Cadillac was also one of the last projects overseen by GM styling legend Bill Mitchell. The sophisticated ’62 still set the standard in its class, as seen in this beautiful 4-door hardtop first seen in the movie Golden Girls. It has since been before the camera lens many more times and is unmistakable in its flashy Gold Metallic paint and wide Whitewalls. Highlights: - Originally used in the movie Golden Girls - The old Caddy has seen the camera lens many more times - A California car and easy to find no matter where you park it

LOT W185 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop 283 CI, Automatic

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riginally purchased by Cinema Vehicle Services over 20 years ago, this Red-on-Red 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop has been an enduring favorite and one of the most popular of Cinema Vehicles’ 1950s cars. It is unmolested and in very good unrestored condition, and is equipped with a 283 V-8 and automatic transmission. With Spinner hubcaps, wide Whitewalls and all the right trimmings, this is an excellent car for the Chevy lover in search of a solid driving vintage ‘57 Bel Air. Highlights: - Originally purchased by Cinema Vehicle Services over 20 years ago - One of our most popular 50’s car - Obviously unrestored but also unmolested

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LOT W187 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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Formerly Owned by Whoopi Goldberg

Ford combined style, presence and performance in creating the 1955 Thunderbird, an

all-time American classic. CVS purchased this alluring 1955 Thunderbird in 1988 from actress Caryn Johnson, whose signature appears on the car’s title. Ms. Johnson, who had made her film debut three years earlier, is better known today as Whoopi Goldberg. While her love affair with the car ended after experiencing brake issues, it has been virtually unchanged during its more than 20 years service with CVS, still sporting its attractive Red finish, Red and White cockpit and Continental kit.

Highlights: - Purchased in 1988 from Caryn Johnson - Still titled and signed by Caryn Johnson - You and I know her by her stage name “Whoopi Goldberg” - She supposedly had a brake problem with the car that ended her love affair with it - We have left it virtually as we got it

- V-8 automatic - Continental kit

LOT W188 Shelby Cobra Kirkham Body Shell Built and Used in the Movie, Iron Man

Movie buffs familiar with the 2008 hit movie Iron Man will recall the scene in which

industrialist Tony Stark, portrayed by Robert Downey, Jr., first attempts to fly, with unfortunate consequences for his 427 Cobra, which is destroyed when Stark crashes through the roof of his garage full of collector cars. Two mockups using high quality Kirkham aluminum body shells were built for the filming of that scene, in case it had to be shot a second time. One mockup was damaged as planned in the first take, and one survived unused and unscathed. The mockup offered here is the backup car, which was not used in the filming. The valuable Kirkham body remains whole and completely undamaged, and the car will be sold on a bill of sale. Highlights: - One of two aluminum-body Kirkham Cobra cars built for movie Iron Man

- Two were built in case of a need to crush a second one - Backup car, not used in filming - Car remains whole and completely undamaged - Sold on bill of sale


LOT W189 Shelby Cobra Kirkham Body Shell

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Built and Used in the Movie, Iron Man

This is the Kirkham-bodied mockup destroyed by the Iron Man character in the 2008 hit movie of

the same name. One of two built for the movie, the car was damaged when the hero, portrayed by Robert Downey, Jr., crashed through the roof of his garage full of collector cars at the end of his first attempt at flying. Two cars using high quality Kirkham aluminum body shells were built for the filming of that scene, the second being a reserve in case it had to be shot a second time. This is the mockup used in the filming of that scene, which was witnessed by millions of moviegoers. This famous movie memento will be sold on a bill of sale. Highlights: - One of two aluminum-body Kirkham Cobra cars built for movie Iron Man - Two were built in case of a need to crush a second one

- Car number 1, used in filming, damaged by Iron Man at the end of his first flight scene - Seen by millions of moviegoers - Sold on bill of sale

LOT W190 1971 Ford Ranger XLT Pickup 390 CI, Automatic

Ford responded to increasing demand for comfort and luxury in its truck line with the

introduction of Ranger XLT trim in its line of F-Series pickups. XLT trimmings included woodgrain tailgate appliquĂŠ, full-length lower bright trim moldings, cloth-and-vinyl upholstery, carpeting, and other convenience items. This Red on Black Ranger XLT, a favorite driver of CVS owner Ray Claridge, comes with all those touches and more, including a 390 CI 2V engine, automatic transmission, AM/FM radio, power steering and brakes, air conditioning and upgraded front disc brakes. Well maintained and very clean, this 1971 XLT is a good looker and a great all-around driver. Highlights: - 1971 Ranger XLT - 390 CI 2V engine with automatic transmission - Air conditioning - Power steering and brakes, upgraded to front discs

- Red with Black interior, woodgrain trim - AM/FM radio - A favorite of Cinema Vehicle Services owner, who used it for pleasure - Upgraded with front disc brakes

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LOT W214 2001 Buell Motorcycle Terminator

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From the 2003 Movie, Terminator

- This is the only known surviving motorcycle used in the 2003 Terminator movie “Rise of the Machines” - While this is actually a Buell motorcycle, it is dressed to resemble and Indian motorcycle - Less than 200 miles

LOT W222 1973 Chevrolet El Camino Pickup Chosen For The Hit Series, My Name is Earl

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For fans of the hit television series “My Name Is Earl”

- Star car of the NBC hit series “My Name Is Earl” - 454 V-8 with automatic transmission - Real big block air car - Always well maintained - Instantly recognizable

there is no mistaking this 1973 Chevrolet El Camino for just any run-of-the-mill piece of road-kill. The car played a ubiquitous role in the series chronicling Earl Hickey’s ongoing efforts to reverse a life of bad karma through good deeds. Like any good American hero, Earl needed a horse, even if metaphorical, and this patched-up pickup with the mismatched door helped see its owner through many of his well-intentioned adventures. Gaily finished in Red with a borrowed Blue driver’s door and primered hood, Earl’s El Camino is a genuine 454 automatic/air vehicle that has always been kept in peak running order, a TV star car that will generate smiles of recognition wherever it goes.

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LOT W255 Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car

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Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

One of 4 purpose built race cars, custom built by Tri-C Engineering for Columbia

pictures for Charlie’s Angels movie, this tube chassis racer is powered by a midmounted Chevrolet ZZ350 crate engine and automatic transmission by Trans Axle Engineering, and fitted with full aerodynamic bodywork. All 4 cars will be auctioned as buyer’s choice; the winning bidder may choose any or all cars. These are being sold on bill of sale as movie props, not as operational vehicles, and the consignor does not warrant their safety as such.

LOT W255.1 Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

Highlights: - W255, W255.1, W255.2 and W255.3 auctioned as choice. Winning bidder can select any or all 4 cars - One of 4 purpose built race cars, custom built by Tri-C Engineering for Columbia pictures for Charlie’s Angels movie - Tube chassis design - ZZ 350 crate engines - Automatic transmission by Trans Axle engineering - These are being sold as props only and are to be used for static purpose only - The consignor does not warrant their safety if anyone attempts to drive them - Build specs are located on car - Sold on bill of sale

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Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car

Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car

Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie


LOT W223 1985 Subaru BRAT Pickup

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From the TV Series, My Name Is Earl

Another signature vehicle from the hit NBC series,

this 1985 Subaru BRAT (“Bi-Drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter”) figured in many episodes, most notably in the Presidential parade scene in the episode titled “The Magic Hour”. The little Subaru remains unchanged from its role in the series, with removable T-tops and Stars & Stripes livery, and is powered by a 1.8 liter flat 4 engine. Highlights: - Character car from the hit TV Series “My Name Is Earl” - Titled to Fox Television - Even Ronald Reagan owned one - 1.8 liter engine

LOT T157 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix 2-Door Automatic

Highlights: - 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix SG big block - Automatic transmission - Gold exterior/Tan interior - Excellent runner

- Show quality vehicle - Car comes with original title and build sheets, may be only 1 owner with this history in existence

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LOT T158 1950 Ford Woody Custom Station Wagon 239/100 HP, 3-Speed

- Zero miles since new paint and complete wood replacement - One of the most popular Woody’s of all time - Radio - 8 passenger seating

LOT T196 1962 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door 283 CI, Automatic

Highlights: - Sometimes Art Imitates Life - The History of this car is: The artist reflecting his passion for cars - Formerly owned and still titled to world famous glass artist “Chihuly” - He personally selected the car and paint - He chose a beautiful body style for his own driver

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LOT T198 1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible San Diego Concours Winner, 390/300 HP Auto Highlights: - Previous San Diego Concours winner - Beautiful Rose exterior/interior - Power windows - Power seats - Power door locks - Power top

LOT T199 2007 Shelby GT 500 Convertible 505 HP, 6-Speed

Highlights: - The Owner of Cinema Vehicle Services’ personal car - Still on “MSO” - Less than 2000 miles - 500 plus Horsepower straight from Detroit

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LOT T203 1957 Chevrolet Coupe

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283 CI, Automatic

As Chevrolet’s flagship of the era, the Bel Air

upheld the company’s image as Detroit’s styling leader, and this attractive Southern California example shows us why. Its gorgeous Sierra Gold finish is accented by the Adobe beige roof and matching Gold, White and Black interior, all in excellent condition. Gold plating on the grille and trim, Whitewalls with spinner hubcaps, fender skirts, dual antennas and a Continental kit add further elegance to this stylish hardtop. Power comes from the new-for-1957 283 CI small block mated to an automatic transmission, with dual exhaust and power steering additional extras.

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This outstanding all-time American classic is in exceptional condition throughout and ready to deliver its occupants in high style.

- Beautiful Adobe Beige and Sierra Gold - Southern California Car - 283 CI engine

- Automatic transmission - Continental kit - Fender skirts - Dual antennas

LOT T204 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Coupe 327/325 HP, 4-Speed

Purchased new at Vista Chevrolet in Chino, CA, this 1967

Chevrolet Chevelle coupe is a genuine documented California car powered by the rare and potent L79 327/350 HP small block, in this case coupled with a Muncie 4-speed and 12-bolt rear end. With fewer than 500 miles since an outstanding body-off restoration, this may be the finest of its kind. It is finished in very attractive and correct Marina Blue with a matching Blue interior, and is well optioned with power disc brakes, mag-style wheel covers, Redline tires, front and rear bumper guards, power windows, tach and gauge package, rear window defroster, tilt wheel and bucket seats. This very desirable L79 Chevelle comes with the Protect-O-Plate and includes the original Black California plates and dealer frame.

Highlights: - Genuine documented L-79 327/350 HP 4-Speed - Outstanding restoration - 12-bolt rear - Marina Blue with Blue interior - Bucket seats

- Console - Power windows - Tach and gauge package - Rear window defroster - Tilt wheel - Original plates and dealer frame - Protect-O-Plate


LOT T205 1949 Ford Pickup

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ince 1976 Cinema Vehicle Services has been the major supplier of on-camera vehicles for both motion pictures and television. One of the original vehicles in the CVS collection, and one of its most versatile actors, is this charming 1949 Ford Pickup. Purchased from a studio department head in late 1984, it has been seen in dozens of movie and television series. Of special note is its recent role as the subject of a Ford commercial introducing their new F-150 series of trucks, in which a young man restores his father’s old pickup and returns it to him as a gift. Driven by Ford’s legendary 239/100 HP flathead V-8 with a 3-Speed transmission, this delightful relic of days gone by has been a CVS favorite, proving its lasting appeal over many years. Highlights: - One of the original vehicles from the collection of Cinema Vehicle Services - Purchased from a studio department head in

late 1984, it has been seen in dozens of movie and television series - 3-Speed transmission - 239/100 HP flathead engine

- One recent stint was as the pride of a son who restores his Dad’s old truck and returns it to him in a Ford commercial that launched the new F-150’s

LOT T206 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 Coupe 4-Speed

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hevrolet’s 1969 Camaro Z28 established its reputation on the Trans Am circuit as one of the best all-around performers ever to come from GM, but examples such as this also point out the Z28’s lasting appeal as one of the general’s most successful styling exercises. A full frame-off restoration has this genuine X77 Z28 sitting pretty in rare Burgundy metallic with White sport stripes, accented with front and rear spoilers, White-lettered Goodyear Polyglas GTs on Rally wheels and the Z21 Style Trim Group that adds so much visual punch to the Camaro. The 302/290 HP small block is the original matching numbers unit complete with correct smog controls, and the Black Deluxe interior includes the console with gauges, tilt rosewood steering wheel and Soft Ray tinted glass. A very rare, nicely restored ‘69 Z28 Camaro!

Highlights: - Genuine X77 Z28 302/290 HP 4-speed - Over $56,000 invested in full frame-off, nut-and- bolt rotisserie restoration - Matching numbers engine with complete smog control system - Console with gauges - Tach

- Rosewood steering wheel - Rare Burgundy metallic with White sport stripes - Front and rear spoilers - Cowl induction hood - Bumper guards - Power steering and brakes - 3.73 Posi rear - Soft Ray tinted glass


LOT T253 2008 Ford Mustang Knight Rider

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Built For The 2008 TV Series Knight Rider

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hree versions of the 2008 Mustang were employed in the 2008 series remake of Knight Rider, which featured an impressively high-tech and well-armed transformer car known as KITT: the KITT Hero, a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR; the KITT Attack, a super high-speed version of the GT500KR Hero car that transforms into Attack mode with the help of air-ride technology and specialized body parts, and a KITT Remote, a driverless version of the Hero vehicle. The car offered here is the Attack version, which was conceived by famed car designer Harold Belker and built by Cinema Vehicle Services. One of two built for the Attack role, it incorporates the full gamut of custom features, including the requisite “heart beat hood” lighting, spun aluminum high-speed wheels, special aero bodywork and spoilers, a wild hood treatment and an adjustable rear wing. This wild TV car is one of only two built, the other serving as an attraction at Universal Studios in Hollywood, California. Highlights: - This version of the Knight Rider car was referred to as the “Attack” version in the 2008 series remake - Designed by famed car designer Harold Belker and built by Cinema Vehicle Services

- This is the Hero Attack car which was used for both exterior and interior filming - Custom lighting and traditional “heart beat hood” lighting as well as positional rear wing are just some of the many features

- Only one of two built. The other is still at Universal Studios a tour attraction

LOT T260 1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Convertible Automatic

Car lovers who saw the hit movie The Hangover collectively cringed as a beautiful

vintage Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet was subjected to an endless stream of abuses by various characters, including Mike Tyson’s pet tiger! The makers of this summer comedy hit went through four virtually identical models of the car to portray the lurid destruction of this classic beauty. Collectors may take solace, however, because the car offered here is one of two built for the movie and designated as “Beauty Cars” and, while it suffered none of the indignities of its less fortunate fellow actors, it does enjoy the distinction of having taken Mike Tyson’s pet tiger for a ride!

Highlights - One of four Mercedes Benz Cabriolets built and prepared to match for the blockbuster buddy comedy “The Hangover” - One of two “Beauty Cars” built for filming scenes depicting the car in “pre-damage” condition - Two other Mercedes were used for the stunt and crash scenes


LOT T254 2005 Ford Mustang Knight Rider

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hree versions of the 2008 Mustang were employed in the 2008 series remake of Knight Rider, which featured an impressively high-tech and well-armed transformer car known as KITT: the KITT Hero, a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR; the KITT Attack, a super high-speed version of the GT500KR Hero car that transforms into Attack mode with the help of air-ride technology and specialized body parts, and a KITT Remote, a driverless version of the Hero vehicle. The car offered here is the Hero version, which was conceived by famed car designer Harold Belker and built by Cinema Vehicle Services. Built to replicate a modified Shelby GT500KR, it carries all the exterior KR graphics and trim and is fitted with upgraded Knight Rider parts and interior trim and KITT’s signature “heartbeat hood light”. Highlights: - This is the primary beauty car built by Cinema Vehicle Services for the “2008” Knight Rider series

- Repurchased by CVS at conclusion of filming - Has upgraded Knight Rider parts and interior trim

LOT T261 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible Prepared for the Movie, The Hangover

The 1969 Mercedes Benz 280SE offered here is one of four MB

convertibles used in filming the hit movie The Hangover. A wedding gift to the main character from his future father-in-law, the car carried the groom and three friends on a bachelor’s trip to Las Vegas fraught with madness and hilarity. While two of the four cars were subjected to a variety of abuses, this is one of the two built as so-called “Beauty Cars” for scenes depicting it before the characters veered off into the movie’s many misadventures. Highlights

- One of four Mercedes Benz Cabriolets built and prepared to match for the blockbuster buddy comedy “The Hangover” - One of two “Beauty Cars” built for filming scenes depicting the car in “pre-damage” condition

- Two other Mercedes were used for the stunt and crash scenes

- The signature “heartbeat hood light” - Still titled to NBC/Universal


LOT T262 1957 Taylor R Trident

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Since 1949, Taylor-Dunn Manufacturing has built a variety of vehicles for moving

personnel, equipment, and materials. Originally manufactured in Anaheim, CA by Taylor-Dunn, this 1957 3-wheel “R” 24-volt cart was purpose-built for neighborhood and shopping use. This is one of the earliest and most popular brands of electric carts, completely restored on a rust-free California chassis and equipped with the headlights, taillights and turn signals that came as original equipment. In contrast to most such devices made today, this delightful little machine is full of Fifties-style charm and personality. Just look at that happy little face!

Highlights - Complete restoration on a California rust free chassis - One of the earliest and most popular brands of electric carts - Originally built in Anaheim, CA by Taylor-Dunn Manufacturing Co - This is the 3 wheel “R” 24 volt purpose-built for neighborhood and shopping use - Came stock with headlights, taillights and turn signals - Taylor-Dunn still manufactures today - Sold on bill of sale

LOT T263 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible 390 CI, Automatic

One of the many unique vehicles offered by Cinema Vehicle Services, this unusual

Cadillac convertible was born with a 1959 Series 62 body. At some point in its life, the front and rear clips were changed to 1960 vintage. CVS has documented that the car was restored in Florida in 2005 to its present very good condition. With its classic and festive Red-on-White color scheme, chromed wire wheels and wide Whitewalls, this one-of-a-kind Caddy is a genuine head-turner, coming with both soft and fiberglass parade boots and a Fifties-Sixties vintage dash-mounted B&W television. Highlights - Born with a 1959 Series 62 body, front and rear clips changed to 1960 pieces - 390 CI engine

- Automatic transmission - Power steering, power brakes and power windows - Chrome wire wheels

- Parade boot, soft boot and a 50’s/60’s vintage Black & White TV installed in the dash - Restored in Florida in 2005 - Quality restoration

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LOT T264 1957 Mercury Voyager Station Wagon

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ercury was the only manufacturer to produce hardtop two and four-door station wagons in the late Fifties, a styling feature that gave the car an elegance lacking in the competition. This 1957 Mercury Voyager two-door hardtop wagon is finished in Moonlight Yellow and Classic White with Beige and Brown interior. This well-optioned classic features Mercury’s big Holley 4-barrel-equipped 368/290 HP engine and Merc-O-Matic transmission. It is completely original and unrestored, and in astounding as-new condition. Highlights - Original paint, chrome and most of the interior - Moonlight Yellow and Classic White with Beige and Brown interior

- 2,283 total production - 368/290 HP engine - Holley 4-barrel carburetor - Merc-O-Matic transmission - Power steering and brakes

- Push button radio - Outside rearview mirror - Tinted glass - Unrestored

LOT T265 1957 Dodge Station Wagon 325 CI, Automatic

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irgil Exner’s design skills were at their height when he penned the 1957 Dodge, a fact well illustrated in this timelessly handsome and very rare four-door Sierra station wagon. This Glacier White and Gallant Gold Sierra takes full advantage of its dimensions with an optional rearward-facing passenger seat that increases capacity to nine occupants. As befits Dodge’s most well-appointed wagon, power comes from a 325/245 HP 2-barrel V-8 mated to a rare and desirable pushbutton operated Torqueflite transmission, both of which have zero miles since a complete rebuild. Power steering and (brand new) power brakes compliment the car’s revolutionary torsion bar front suspension, while spinner hubcaps and dual chrome mirrors add to this luxury wagon’s already substantial style.

Highlights - Extremely rare D70 9 Passenger Sierra Wagon - 0 miles on complete engine and transmission rebuild - New brakes - Freshened Top to Bottom

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LOT T267 1962 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

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hunderbird buyers were treated to a special new option in 1962 with the introduction of the Sports Roadster package featuring a fiberglass tonneau cover that transformed the 4-seat convertible into a two-seater. This is one of the first 100 1962 Ford Thunderbird Sport Roadsters produced, a special order car built in Wixom, Michigan on March 7, 1962 and delivered to Townsend Ford in Townsend, MA on March 19th, 1962. Spoked spinner hub caps add elegance to the Red ‘Bird, which is powered by Ford’s 390 CI V-8 automatic. This very Thunderbird was the inspiration for a painting by famed automotive artist Harold James Cleworth, a copy of whose 1991 art calendar comes with the car along with the original invoice, owner’s manual and shop manual.

Highlights: - Comes with original invoice, owners manual, shop manual - This car was also the inspiration for renowned automotive artist Harold Cleworth’s painting of the ‘62 Thunderbird - An original 1991 calendar featuring this painting comes with it

LOT T268 1957 BMW Isetta Micro Car 4-Speed

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idely considered the archetypal micro car, the BMW Isetta was conceived by the Italian scooter and refrigerator company of Iso SpA, run by Renzo Rivolta. It was introduced in Turin in 1953 to much controversy but was instantly adopted by BMW, who became the “little Iso’s” main licensee. BMW redesigned the car to accept its 250cc R25 motorcycle engine and commenced production in 1955. Displacement was increased to 298cc the following year, when 22,543 examples left the factory. By 1957 the Isetta was the most popular micro car in the world. The 1957 Isetta offered here is a California car from a well-known private collection whose owner

passed away in 2006. Mechanically sound and cosmetically correct, it packs BMW’s 298cc engine and 4-speed transmission, making it capable of a top speed of 53 mph. Highlights: - California car from a well known collector - Micro cars are a fast appreciating segment of the collector car world and the BMW Isetta 300 is a favorite - Mechanically sound - Cosmetically correct

- Top speed 53 mph - 298 cc engine - 4-Speed transmission


LOT F21 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289 CI, Automatic Highlights - One of the more popular cars in our rental fleet are the early “Pony” cars - We have owned this car since 2003 - Nice running and driving car

LOT F22 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible 289 CI, Automatic Highlights - One of the more popular cars in our rental fleet are the early “Pony” cars - We have owned this particular car since 2003 - Nice running and driving car

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LOT F23 1965 Buick Riviera Coupe 425/340 HP, Automatic Highlights - Destined to be a true styling classic - This is a true 85,000 mile car - Originally from Arizona - This is a very very nice driving car in a color that fits its stature

LOT F24 1956 Ford Convertible 239 CI, Automatic Highlights - California car - Purchased by Cinema Vehicle Services - Always a favorite for Directors who were looking for a 50’s nostalgia look - We have never painted the car, still as I originally purchased it - No need to mess with a classic

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LOT F25 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Coupe For the TV Series, The Prince of Motor City Highlights - Custom build for ABC Television’s “The Prince of Motor City” - Body modifications and Candy Apple paint as well as badging referring to the car as a “Hamilton” - Starring: Rutger Hauer and Andie MacDowell

LOT F25.1 2006 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup Built for TV Pilot, The Price of Detroit City Highlights - Custom build for ABC Television pilot titled: “The Prince of Detroit City” - Starring: Rutger Hauer and Andie MacDowell

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LOT F26 1952 Dodge Coronet 2-Door Sedan 230/103 HP, 3-Speed Highlights - Frame-off restoration of a low mileage Tucson, Arizona car - All new chrome - All new interior - Rebuilt mechanics engine, brakes and exhaust - New optional Chrysler product chrome wire wheels - Optional clock, turn signals, heater, Dodge safety glass - Mopar radio not installed goes with car - Wide White wall tires - Coronet series continued as the top trim level for 1952 - 230/103 HP in-line L-head engine - 3-Speed transmission with fluid drive

LOT F27 1949 Diamond T Model 201 One Ton 4-Speed Highlights - Novelty beer truck dressed up with kegs, barrel carrier - Ready for museum or parades

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LOT F29 1953 Ford Victoria Glasstop

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239 CI, Automatic Highlights

- The 1953 Crestliner featured here is finished in Flamingo Red with Sungate Ivory top and interior - A very nice example of Ford’s Fiftieth Anniversary Crestliner

- The Ford Motor Company observed its Golden Anniversary in 1953, announced on its cars by special steering wheel hub medallions - The 1953 model year produced record sales for Ford, which introduced engineering advancements and transformative styling - The Crestliner, which debuted at the 1953 New York Autorama, featured a new optional overhead valve V-8 displacing 239 cubic inches and rated at 110 horsepower, and a dramatic plexiglass roof panel

LOT F33 1956 Lincoln Capri Coupe 368/285 HP Highlights - The 1956 Lincoln Coupe was the first automobile recognized for outstanding design by the Industrial Designers Institute. - In an era of tail fins and strange gimmicks, this big, sleek motor car was considered both daring and almost neoclassical in its simple elegance - Lincolns became popular with the entertainment community; Walt Disney drove a “Wisteria” hued coupe

- This Capri Coupe was a Colorado Spring’s couple’s gifts to one another on Christmas Eve in 1955 - It was lovingly maintained by the same family of owners for thirty-five years

- It is unrestored and remarkbly sound, having had no major mechanical or cosmetic work during its more than thirty-six years and nearly 114,000 miles


LOT F34 1956 Pontiac Safari Station Wagon

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400 CI, Automatic Highlights - Factory air - Factory power windows, power rack and pinion steering - Rotisserie restoration - 9” Ford rear, Scott’s front end, tubular upper and lower control arms, Air Ride Technologies four corner fully adjustable suspension system - Power disc brakes - 2004 R overdrive transmission - Fully upgraded INC shift kit valve body - Edelbrock carb and intake - Fresh 400 CI Pontiac engine, Crane cam - Flowmaster complete dual exhaust - Vintage Air (compressor, evaporator, condenser, etc., all operating thru original factory vents and controls)

- 17” Billet Specialties one off custom wheels - Flaming River tilt steering column - Much NOS chrome and stainless - Mercedes carpet, custom wiring harness

- Custom interior Black with custom Silver trim, DuPont Real Black paint - $3,000 Alpine stereo, CD system with remote and manual controls

LOT S28 1968 Shelby GT 500 Fastback 428/360 HP, 4-Speed Highlights - Built at Metuchen, this 1968 Shelby GT500 was actually produced on January 18, 1968 and shipped to Marshall Motor Co in Mayfield Heights, Ohio for retail sale - Complete with the original numbers matching drivetrain including the 428 CI 4V engine, 4-speed transmission and 3.50 standard rear axle - Finished in its original colors of Sunlit Gold and Black interior

- This outstanding GT500 comes with a book full of documentation including the original title from day 1 in 1968, two build sheets, original dealer invoice from Marshall Motors, multiple registration cards from the original owner, multiple restoration photos, original owners manual, and both deluxe and personal statistic Marti Reports

- Options for this Shelby include: extra cooling package, visibility group, wheel lip moldings, sport deck rear seat, power steering, power front disc brakes, tilt-away steering column, AM radio and interior décor group


LOT S29 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

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429/375 HP, 4-Speed

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oss 429 Mustang production figures Kar Kraft build sequence number sticker located on driver’s inside door, reads “KK 429 NASCAR 1509”. A total of 1,359 Boss 429’s were built during calendar year 1969 (Jan-Dec). 859 were 1969’s, 499 were 1970’s. The Boss429 Mustang was a limited production Mustang designed to homologate the Boss 429 engine for NASCAR racing. All were built at the Kar Kraft facility in Brighton, Michigan. Partially completed sports roof Mustangs that originally were to receive the 428 SCJ engine were modified to accept the large 429 engine. The suspension was lowered and moved further outwards one inch, using spindles and control arms unique to the Boss 429.

LOT S31 1966 Pontiac GTO Coupe 389/360 HP, 4-Speed Highlights - PHS documented Tri-Power car - The 389 engine just rebuilt - 4-Speed trans just rebuilt - 390 Posi-Trac rear end - Frame off restoration, has all new brakes, brake lines, fuel lines, shocks, shifter, clutch and gas tank - Has all new wiring harnesses - The car is painted the original color “Night Watch Blue” - The dash has been restored and this is a real Tri-Power GTO

Other features included Boss 429 fender decals, functional hood scoop and front spoiler that was shallower that the Bos 302 spoiler, color-keyed dual racing mirrors, engine oil cooler, trunk-mounted battery, power steering, power

front disc brakes, close ration four-speed manual transmission, 3.91:1 rear axle with traction-lok, 3/4-inch rear sway bar, the deluxe décor appearance groupe, 8000 RPM tachometer and AM radio.


LOT S211 1968 Shelby GT500 KR Fastback

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hen Ford introduced its new 428 Cobra Jet engine in April of 1968, Carroll Shelby adopted it to his GT500 and renamed the car the GT500KR for “King of the Road”. Rated at only 335 horses, in actuality the Cobra Jet produced 410 horsepower at 5400rpm and 440 lb-ft of torque at 3400rpm. Changes to the “police pursuit” 428 included revised heads with larger intake and exhaust valves, the competition 427 intake manifold, 735-cfm Holley R-4174 fourbarrel carburetor, an oilpan windage tray and a functional Ram-Air induction system. One of only 993 GT500KRs built and among the most desirable musclecars in the world, this 1968 Shelby GT500KR has been beautifully restored in its original color scheme of Wimbledon White and Guardsman Blue stripes. Built on June 6, 1968, it is well-optioned with the GT Equipment Group that was part of the GT500 package, power disc brakes, power steering, tilt column and the deluxe Décor interior.

Rare optional 10-spoke Shelby wheels exclusive to the 1968 model year nicely complete the appearance of this great car, also comes with a detailed Marti Report. Highlights: - 428 CJ GT500KR Ram Air 4-Speed - GT Equipment Group

- Radio - The one and only “King of the Road” - The Shelby KR in its day ruled the road - Power disc brakes - A beautifully restored Wimbledon White example - Power steering Built June 6, 1968 - Décor interior - Comes with Marti Report - Tilt column

LOT S112.2 1954 Ford Crestliner Coupe 239 CI, Automatic

The 1954 Ford Crestliner was pivotal in the Ford Motor Company’s

transition from post war holdovers to more modern cars incorporating the latest technical and styling advances. The most notable mechanical advance was the new 239 CI “Y” Block V-8, a short-stroke overheadvalve engine that developed 130 horsepower, 20 more than the flathead that had built the company’s fortunes. Adapting Lincoln’s balljoint front suspension and stretching the wheelbase improved the ride.

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With its tinted glass roof panel, this Cameo Coral Crestliner is thoroughly optioned with an automatic transmission, power steering, brakes, seat and windows, pushbutton radio, fender skirts and very rare Novi air conditioning.

- The Crestliner was the top trim level for 1954 - First year for overhead valve engine in Ford Car

- This example has all available options for this model: - Automatic transmission - Power steering - Power brakes - Power windows

- Rear skirts - Power seat - Push button radio - Dealer installed “Novi” air conditioning - Glass top with shade


LOT W169

LOT W170

1966 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible 1986 Lincoln Continental Givency

LOT W171

LOT W183

LOT W184

1973 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible 1964 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 1962 Cadillac

164/180 HP, 4-Speed

Limited Edition, 302 CI, Automatic

400 CI, Automatic

Formerly Owned by Sony Executive, 4-Speed

Originally Used in the Golden Girls Movie

LOT W185

LOT W187

LOT W188

LOT W189

LOT W190

Shelby Cobra Kirkham Body Shell

Shelby Cobra Kirkham Body Shell

1971 Ford Ranger XLT Pickup

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible 283 CI, Automatic

Formerly Owned by Whoopi Goldberg

Built and Used in the Movie, Iron Man

Built and Used in the Movie, Iron Man

390 CI, Automatic

LOT W214

LOT W222

LOT W255.1

LOT W223

LOT W255

2001 Buell Motorcycle Terminator 1973 Chevrolet El Camino Pickup

1985 Subaru BRAT Pickup

Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car

From the 2003 Movie, Terminator

Chosen For The Hit Series, My Name is Earl

From the TV Series, My Name Is Earl

Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

LOT W255.2

LOT W255.3

LOT T157

LOT T158

1950 Ford Woody Custom Station Wagon

LOT T196

Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car Charlie’s Angels Movie Race Car 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix 2-Door Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

239/100 HP, 3-Speed

283 CI, Automatic

Custom Built for the Charlie’s Angels Movie

Automatic

1962 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door


LOT T198

LOT T199

LOT T201

LOT T203

LOT T204

1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

2007 Shelby GT 500 Convertible

1966 Chevrolet Nova Coupe

1957 Chevrolet Coupe

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Coupe

San Diego Concours Winner, 390/300 HP Auto 505 HP, 6-Speed

327/350 HP, 4-Speed

283 CI, Automatic

327/325 HP, 4-Speed

LOT T205

LOT T206

LOT T253

LOT T254

LOT T260

1949 Ford Pickup

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 Coupe

2008 Ford Mustang Knight Rider 2005 Ford Mustang Knight Rider

1965 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Convertible

Original Truck of the Cinema Vehicle Services

4-Speed

Built For The 2008 TV Series Knight Rider Built For The TV Show, Knight Rider

Automatic

LOT T261

LOT T262

LOT T263

LOT T265

LOT T264

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible 1957 Taylor R Trident

1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible 1957 Mercury Voyager Station Wagon 1957 Dodge Station Wagon

Prepared for the Movie, The Hangover

Built By Taylor-Dunn Manufacturing Co.

390 CI, Automatic

Automatic

325 CI, Automatic

LOT T267

LOT T268

LOT F21

LOT F22

LOT F23

1962 Ford Thunderbird Roadster 1957 BMW Isetta Micro Car

1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

1965 Buick Riviera Coupe

One Of The First 100 Built, 390 CI, Automatic

289 CI, Automatic

289 CI, Automatic

425/340 HP, Automatic

4-Speed


LOT F24

LOT F25

LOT F25.1

LOT F26

LOT F27

1956 Ford Convertible

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Coupe

2006 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup

1952 Dodge Coronet 2-Door Sedan

1949 Diamond T Model 201 One Ton

239 CI, Automatic

For the TV Series, The Prince of Motor City

Built for TV Pilot, The Price of Detroit City

230/103 HP, 3-Speed

4-Speed

LOT F29

LOT F33

LOT F34

LOT S28

LOT S29

1953 Ford Victoria Glasstop

1956 Lincoln Capri Coupe

1956 Pontiac Safari Station Wagon 1968 Shelby GT 500 Fastback

239 CI, Automatic

368/285 HP

400 CI, Automatic

428/360 HP, 4-Speed

429/375 HP, 4-Speed

LOT S31

LOT S32

LOT S33

LOT S111

LOT S111.1

1966 Pontiac GTO Coupe

1970 Ford Ranchero GT Pickup

1938 Ford Hot Rod Coupe

1956 Lincoln Premiere Convertible

1956 Ford Thunderbird

389/360 HP, 4-Speed

One of One, 429 CI CJ, Automatic

239 CI, 3-Speed

368/285 HP, Automatic

California Car, 312 CI, Automatic

LOT S112

LOT S112.1

LOT S112.2

LOT S209

LOT S211

1963 Ford Thunderbird Convertible 1964 Mercury Super Maurader Coupe 1954 Ford Crestliner Coupe

1953 White 3000 Cabover Tractor Trailer

Ultra Rare Factory M-Code Tri-Power, 390 CI

10-Speed

427/425 HP, 4-Speed

239 CI, Automatic

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

1968 Shelby GT500 KR Fastback 428/400 HP, 4-Speed


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