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100 YEARS OF AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY


Saturday, June 16, 2012 4343 Roundtop Road North Little Rock, Arkansas

Previews: Friday, June 15th 10am-6pm, and Saturday, June 16th, 8am-11am Auction: Saturday, June 16th at 11am All times Central Auctioneer License #2354, Jim Landis auctioneer

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om and Don Salmon were raised on an Arkansas farm; their Dad drove a truck for a living. In 1957, when the new Chevrolet models were introduced, there was no way that the Salmon family could afford to purchase one. Tom, Don, and their father (until his passing in 1988) worked diligently to build a successful transportation business which contracts with the United States Postal Service for mail delivery. From these humble beginnings, twin brothers Tom and Don agreed between themselves that if they could ever afford it, that they would like to own a 1957 Chevrolet in every color that was produced by the factory! It took a number of years to accomplish that goal, but that is exactly what the brothers did. In fact, the Salmon Brothers automobile collection has gone way beyond 1957 Chevrolets to include nearly every domestic manufacturer ranging from a 1908 Maxwell to a Roush-powered 2008 Ford Mustang … plus Corvettes, Muscle Cars, Classics, and Antiques. One hundred years of American automotive history living under one roof. Regarding the pre-war classics in the collection, Don states “After we had the Chevrolet collection assembled, we began to like the classics, so we began to buy them.” When asked about the size of the Salmon Brothers collection, Tom, with a smile adds, “I just forgot to take my hand down!” Being twins, Tom and Don have had a unique relationship with respect to how certain cars came to be part of the collection, as they have always conferred with one another before making an acquisition. Admitting to “Slowing down a bit” (although showing very little signs of it), Tom and Don decided after their last birthday to allow their collection of cars to be sold and appreciated by new owners. Tom states, “We’ve both had a great time with these cars, and we’ll continue to collect automobiles, just on a smaller scale.”


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CHEVROLET 265 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 265 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 302 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 265 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 265 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 283 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET FUEL INJECTION UNIT

CHEVROLET 265 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 283 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET 283 CI ENGINE

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CHEVROLET FUEL INJECTION UNIT 6


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CUSHMAN EAGLE

CUSHMAN SIGN

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CUSHMAN SCOOTER

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CUSHMAN SCOOTER

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CUSHMAN SCOOTER 7


Restored in 1999 and still in excellent condition, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hardtop offers great cosmetics in its very nice Gypsy Red paint, complementary Red and Black interior and quality chrome. More than just a looker, it also has the performance advantage of Chevrolet’s EG-code 283 CI Power Pack small block engine fitted with an aluminum intake manifold, dual quad carburetion, “Batwing” air cleaner and high lift cam, here backed by a columnshifted 3-speed manual transmission. Gold anodized exterior script and bright trim touches, a one-piece “California” front bumper, spinner hubcaps and wide Whitewalls and a genuine Wonderbar radio complete the presentation of this superior Tri-Five Chevy.

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Lot S17

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S18

1955 FORD THUNDERBIRD

292 CI, Automatic

This expertly restored 1955 Ford Thunderbird features the firstyear P-code 292/198 HP 4-barrel V-8 engine with floor shifted automatic transmission. Unique touches include pastel Yellow paint with a complementary Black and Yellow interior appointed with a custom bench seat and custom gauges and tachometer. A Black soft top, chromed wire wheels and wide Whitewalls finish this goodlooking and rare first year ‘Bird.

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Lot S19

1964 JEEP M38A1

In 1950 Willys introduced the first postwar Jeep, the MC38, which was based on the previous year’s CJ-3A. The M38 was followed in 1953 by the M39A1, the first to feature the new socalled “round-fendered” body that also incorporated a taller hood line to accommodate the new taller Hurricane 4-cylinder inline engine. This Army model MC38A1 Jeep was produced in 1964 and now shows a believed-actual 26,081 original miles. In keeping with its Army designation, this example is equipped with a rear mounted spare tire and canteen; it has also been retrofitted with turn signals for road use.

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Army Model


Lot S20

1955 CHEVROLET CAMEO PICKUP

In 1955 Chevrolet merged pickup utility with passenger car styling in the revolutionary Cameo, which wore Fleetside ďŹ berglass rear fenders and such Chevy passenger car elements as an eggcrate grille, wraparound glass and a fan-shaped instrument cluster. This attractive 1955 Cameo began its life in the California State Forest Service. It has been restored to correct Bombay Ivory and Cameo Red color scheme and is powered by a 235 CI inline-6 with a 4-speed manual transmission. Believed to have 15,601 original miles, it also sports optional heater and radio, wide Whitewalls and full wheel covers.

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235 CI, 4-Speed


Lot S21

1949 MERCURY COUPE

255 CI, 3-Speed

After extending its postwar styling for four years, Mercury created a new identity in 1949 with a clean new approach to styling that set new sales records and established the Merc as an American classic. This Calcutta Green 1949 coupe demonstrates the Mercury’s strengths with its long hood/short deck shape, integrated fenders and high grade interior. Its immaculate engine compartment hosts a nicely finished flathead V-8 topped with a chrome oil bath air cleaner and backed by a column-shifted 3-speed manual, and the car’s cosmetics are enhanced by bumper guards and fender skirts, dual mirrors, chromed wheel covers and wide Whitewalls.

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Lot S22

1946 HUDSON PICKUP

212 CI, 3-Speed

It is estimated that Hudson built approximately 6,000 pickup trucks in the two years following World War II, of which a very scant few survive today. This early production 1946 Hudson pickup presents with a nice patina thanks to a frame-on restoration. Its Charcoal paint is complemented by chromed bumper guards, Red painted wheels with chrome caps and trim rings, wide Whitewalls, a nice blond wood cargo bed and a Tan interior with heater, radio and dashboard clock. The Hudson’s flathead inline 6 engine comes with rare “H-Power” twin carburetors and is mated to a column-shift 3-speed manual transmission.

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Lot S23

1966 CHEVROLET NOVA SS

After its 1962 introduction as a mild-mannered economy compact with sporting pretensions, the Chevrolet Nova SS achieved full membership in the American muscle car fraternity with the addition of the L79 327/350 HP small block engine. Described as “The mouse that roared”, the L79’s special hydraulic cam, highflow heads and 11:1 compression give this genuine 118-code Nova Super Sport Corvette-grade acceleration and performance with a 4-speed manual transmission to maximize the fun. Regal Red with a beautiful Red SS interior, this sparkling example is well outfitted with Strato bucket seats and console, color-keyed seat belts, AM radio, SS spinner wheel covers on Whitewalls and great chrome.

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327/350 HP, 4-Speed


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1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN

There is something special in the Salmon Brothers Collection for everyone who aspires to owning a classic 1957 Chevrolet. This Tropical Turquoise 2-door sedan is a fine example finished with a contrasting White roof, fender skirts, front and rear bumper guards, full wheel covers on wide Whitewalls and chrome dual exhaust tips. The newfor-1957 283 CI 4-barrel engine with column-shifted 3-speed manual transmission gives the car admirable performance, and passengers are treated to the ‘57’s cleanly styled interior finished in matching Turquoise with contrasting trim and fitted with a radio and in-dash clock.

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283 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S25

1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE

390/345 HP, Automatic

In 1960 there was nothing else like it on the road: the glorious, larger-than-life Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible, especially when rendered in this example’s stunning Olympic White paint, White soft top and Black-andWhite interior. The product of a frame-on restoration in the mid 2000s, it is abundantly well equipped with power steering and brakes, the full complement of power accessories, cruise control, chromed wire wheels and wide Whitewall tires and factory air conditioning. Cadillac’s big 390/345 HP Tri Power V-8 gives the car the power to spare.

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Lot S26

1924 FORD MODEL T

1924 marked the production of the ten-millionth Ford Model T, just one of the many milestones that form the fascinating history of Henry Ford’s first trademark model. The 1924 Model T offered here is part of that historical landmark production year. The Black roadster is powered by Ford’s 177 CI inline flathead 4-cylinder engine rated at 20 horsepower, mated to a 2-speed planetary-geared manual transmission. The folding Black carriage top and wood 12-spoke wheels are iconic features of this Model T, which also incorporates a deep-cushioned upholstered seat, a rear-mounted spare tire, chromed “Ford” script on the radiator grille and a Ford Moto-Meter.

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177 CI, 3-Speed


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1949 DIAMOND T 201 PICKUP

237 CI, 3-Speed

This rare 1949 Diamond T 201 pickup truck is believed to have been originally built for the Falstaff Brewery of St. Louis, Missouri, and shows all the characteristics that earned the 201’s reputation as “the Cadillac of trucks”, most noticeably its 1938 Cadillac-inspired front end styling. Powered by a 237 CI straight six 2-barrel flathead engine, it features unique light Burgundy paint, diamond plate cargo bed floor and running boards, chromed bumpers, 6-lug wheels with side mount spares, crank-out windshield and dual mirrors. The refinished interior has been updated with a cassette player and a columnmounted turn signal switch.

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Lot S28

1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS

350 CI, 4-Speed

Chevrolet’s 1967 Camaro instantly attracted a legion of fans - and new buyers - with models like this well equipped RS/SS coupe, a great looking performer with a 350 CI 4-speed driveline and the popular combination of power steering and brakes and factory air conditioning. Finished in Ermine White with a Black vinyl roof and contrasting Red interior, it also incorporates bucket seats, a center console with auxiliary gauges, Rally wheels with Redline tires and the hideaway headlights, bright moldings and lighting features of the Rally Sport trim package.

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Lot S29

1948 INTERNATIONAL KB WOODY WAGON

While based on the early 40s K-series truck design that established its maker’s reputation for tough, hard-working vehicles, this 1948 International KB woody wagon is a uniquely elegant departure from its more purposeful stable mates that shows surprising style and flair. A nicely restored example with quality Black paint, top, interior and wood framing, the 1100 series woody wagon rolls on Yellow steel wheels wearing wide Whitewall Firestone tires. Unusual for an International of any model, it benefits stylistically from the abundant use of exterior chrome on the bumpers, grill, trim rings and hubcaps, spotlight and popout windshield surround.

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1100 Series


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1955 FORD CROWN VICTORIA GLASS TOP

In 1955 Ford introduced its futuristic Crown Victoria, distinguished by a dramatic wraparound stainless steel “tiara” roof flourish. This Red-overWhite 1955 Crown Vic is a very rare 64B Skyliner model made famous by its tinted glass front roof section. In addition to Ford’s 272 CI Y-block V-8 and automatic transmission, this exceptional Skyliner is outfitted with front and rear bumper extensions, bright rocker trim, fender skirts, wire wheel covers and wide Whitewalls, power steering, MagicAire heat, in-dash clock and a driver’s side spotlight.

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272 CI, Automatic


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1969 BUICK RIVIERA GS

430 CI, Automatic

With all the muscle emanating from Detroit in the late Sixties, it is easy to forget that there were also such boldly styled and elegant machines as this 1969 Buick Riviera Gran Sport, which shows a believed-actual 31,656 original miles. Finished in Trumpet Gold with a Beige vinyl top and matching interior, this handsome Riviera GS came with air conditioning, power steering and brakes, power windows, bucket seats, a unique consolemounted shifter and tilt steering. In addition to all that luxury, the car is a formidable performer thanks to Buick’s high-torque 430 CI 4-barrel, dual exhaust V-8.

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BUICK SERVICE NEON SIGN 23


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1966 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP

Built in the final year of firstgeneration production, this well-detailed 1966 Chevrolet C10 pickup possesses all the advancements made to the model, including coil spring front suspension, redesigned front grille and windshield, and a 250 CI “High Torque” inline 6-cylinder engine. This C10 long bed example is finished in Red with White highlights on the roof, bumpers, hubcaps and body side trim, and comes with a nicely finished Beige interior, Whitewall tires with a full-size spare and a 3-speed manual transmission.

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250 CI, 3-Speed


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Lot S34

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR FUELIE CONVERTIBLE

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283/283 HP, Automatic


This fabulously restored 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible has it all; gorgeous Matador Red paint, full dress inside and out and the rare FJ-code 283/293 HP fuel-injected V-8/Powerglide automatic drive train. With its fender skirts, optional extra rocker and fender skirt bright trim, dual antennas, driver’s spotlight mirror, spinner wheel covers, wide Whitewalls and Continental kit, the car has the looks to back up Chevy’s top-performing production engine. There’s comfort and convenience as well in the power steering, power top, tissue dispenser, in-dash clock and Wonderbar radio, all features of the festive Red-and-Silver interior.

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1920 OAKLAND ROADSTER

177 CI, 3-Speed

Founded in 1907 by Edward M. Murphy, the Oakland Automobile Company was the successor to Murphy’s Pontiac Buggy Company of Pontiac, Michigan. General Motors purchased Oakland just before Murphy’s death, positioning the new brand between the lower priced Chevrolet and the more upscale Buick product lines. This 1920 Model C roadster reflects the Oakland’s evolution over its first decade, incorporating the popular Sensible Six inline engine with a standard transmission on a 118-inch wheelbase frame rolling on wooden spoked wheels. Fitted with a Black top and interior, fold-out windscreen with deflectors, dual mirrors, a wood steering wheel and rear-mounted spare, the Wine-hued open body sits on Black fenders and running boards, its polished radiator shell topped with an exceptionally rare Oakland Moto-Meter.

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1949 MERCURY M-47 PICKUP

Produced by Ford Motor Company of Canada between 1946 and 1968, the Mercury M pickup became a popular choice for truck buyers in the Canadian market. One of very few to make it to the American market, this 1949 M-47 pickup is built on a 118inch wheelbase and uses a high output 255 CI flathead V-8 with a floor-shifted 3-speed transmission. Its brilliant Red finish extends to the steel bed, clean engine compartment and painted wheels, the latter trimmed with chromed hubcaps and rings and shod with wide Whitewall tires; the bumpers and running boards are finished in Black. The clean and functional interior incorporates cowl ventilation.

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255 CI, 3-Speed


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1951 HENRY J DELUXE

One of America’s pioneering production compact cars, the KaiserFrazer Henry J Deluxe was named after the company’s chairman, automotive tycoon Henry J. Kaiser and aimed at less affluent entrylevel buyers. Produced from 1951 to 1954, the short-lived Henry J has since become an increasingly popular collector car. The 1951 Henry J Deluxe offered here is a very nicely done frame-on restoration attractively finished in Pastel Yellow with an inviting Red interior, and is one of approximately 43,000 Deluxe models built that year. It is well appointed with chromed bumpers, heater and radio, chromed wheel covers and wide Whitewall tires. A 161/80 HP flathead inline six Supersonic engine and 3-speed overdrive transmission provide surprising performance in this diminutive and charming American classic.

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161 CI, 3-Speed


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1956 OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 CONVERTIBLE

322 CI, Automatic

Oldsmobile’s Super 88 was already a roaring success when Lansing introduced the 1956 model. More power was on the menu in the improved 322/240 HP Rocket engine, and this example’s Jet-A-Way automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes give it the highest level of performance available in the 1956 Super 88. Its two-tone Festival Red and Alcan White color scheme is repeated in the opulent interior featuring tuck-and-roll upholstery, convenience lighting and a signalseeking radio. Capped with a power-operated White soft top, this sporty Super 88 convertible also incorporates dual exhaust, fender skirts, spinner wheel covers and wide Whitewall tires.

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1957 FORD RANCHERO

292 CI, Automatic

Ford’s 1957 Ranchero helped start the trend toward utility vehicles featuring full passenger car dress and high performance power trains, as demonstrated by this well-appointed Deluxe-level Blue and White example with matching two-tone interior, front and rear bumper extensions, bright rocker trim, chromed wire wheels wrapped in wide Whitewall rubber and chrome-tipped dual exhaust. Under the forwardopening hood, Ford’s Y-block 292 CI Thunderbird engine is fitted with dual 4-barrel carburetors on an aluminum intake manifold, twin chromed air cleaners and high-flow exhaust manifolds, with power steering, Town & Country radio and air conditioning rounding out the equipment list.

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1952 HUDSON HORNET HOLLYWOOD

With their innovative “step-down” bodies and NASCAR championshipwinning inline 6-cylinder engines, Hudson was a force to be reckoned with in the early 1950s. Leading the way in performance and styling was the Hudson Hornet Hollywood, whose moniker reflected its glamorous demeanor. This rare code 7B 2-door hardtop example shows beautifully in deep Dark Maroon paint with a matching Maroon interior. The exterior gets the full load with a body-color windshield visor, fender skirts, bumper guards, fog lamps, chromed wheel covers on wide Whitewalls and dual exhaust tips, while the elegant interior offers Hudson’s distinctive twin-bezel instrument panel, heater and tissue dispenser and a period-typical traffic light viewer. Hudson’s famous 308 CI inline six boasts the rare Twin H-Power package comprising dual Carter carburetors and air cleaners.

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308 CI, Automatic


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1956 CHEVROLET DEL RAY SEDAN

The predecessor to the baseline Biscayne model in Chevrolet’s full size lineup, the 210 was available in upgraded form as the Del Ray, which offered a higher quality interior and more exterior chrome for an upscale feel on a value budget. This nicely restored 1956 Del Ray 2-door sedan is an excellent example of the model equipped with a superbly detailed 235 CI straight six engine and 3-speed manual and beautifully finished in Matador Red on India Ivory, with Red-painted chrometrimmed wheels wearing wide Whitewall tires. Demanding collectors will appreciate the Del Ray’s simple yet appealing Black and White interior.

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235 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S42

2003 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06

651 Actual Miles

The fifth-generation Chevrolet Corvette reached its full potential in the mighty Z06 fixed roof coupe, whose LS6 346/405 HP all-aluminum small block enabled both comfortable lowspeed operation and incredible acceleration and response. This 2003 Z06 matches virtually flawless Torch Red paint with a Black and Red cockpit in a low-mileage showpiece driven just 651 actual miles. Like all Z06 coupes, it incorporates a Z06-specific 6-speed manual transmission, special aluminum wheels, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering, windows, locks and driver’s seat and dual zone air conditioning.

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1964 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

389 CI, Automatic

Showing just 11,451 miles on the clock, this expertly restored 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix demonstrates the strength of the model in its early form, which was the result of a fruitful collaboration between GM’s Bill Mitchell and Pontiac chief Bunkie Knudson. The Nocturne Blue 2-door hardtop is powered by Pontiac’s Trophy 389 CI V-8 4-barrel engine and includes a console-shifted automatic, factory air conditioning, power steering and power brakes. The impressive matching Blue interior, which features bucket seats and console, woodgrain dash trim, vacuum gauge, indash clock and Super Select radio, is entirely original with the exception of new carpet. A rare and valuable option: Pontiac’s unique heavy-duty 8-lug wheels.

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1928 NASH 335 CABRIOLET

Charles W. Nash wasted no time getting back into the car business after resigning as president of General Motors in 1916, buying the Thomas B. Jeffery Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin and beginning production as the Nash Motor Company in April 1918. Produced at the height of the Roaring Twenties, this 1928 Nash 335 Cabriolet embodies Nash’s philosophy of producing solid, quality cars at reasonable prices. Its tri-tone Burgundy, Cream and Black color scheme suggests the elegance found in the well-appointed shark-grain leather interior, which features a sculpted walnut steering wheel, inlaid wood dash, fold-out windshield and canvas top. Nash’s reliable 184 CI six cylinder is backed by a 3-speed manual transmission, and cosmetics are rounded out by painted steel wheels and a Boyce Moto-Meter.

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184 CI, 3-Speed


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1951 FORD STAKE BED PICKUP

239 CI, 3-Speed

The F Series pickups were the centerpiece of Ford’s postwar line of “Bonus Built” trucks introduced in 1951. This restored long-wheelbase F2 stake bed pickup showcases the first-year model’s toothy grille and roomy “Million Dollar” cab that Ford promoted as possessing “living room comfort.” Brightly finished in Red with chromed wheel trim and Black underpinnings, it features a flathead V-8 and floor-shifted 3-speed manual beneath its bullnose hood, a fresh-looking Grey bench seat interior and nicely finished wood cargo bed. This delightful vintage Ford pickup rides on new Firestone radials.

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Lot S46

1954 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ROADSTER

One of 3,640 built in the second year of production, this 1954 Chevrolet Corvette roadster was restored in 1990 and remains in excellent condition. Like the vast majority, it is ďŹ nished in iconic Polo White with a Red interior and propelled by Chevrolet’s Blue Flame Six engine, here with the early production bulletstyle inlet screens on its triple Carter carburetors, and mated to a Powerglide automatic transmission. Equipped with its original gauges, a Wonderbar radio and wide Whitewalls, it is believed to have been driven just 43,857 miles.

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235 CI, Automatic


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1948 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL

The Lincoln Continental first appeared in 1940 as a personal luxury car designed and hand-built for Edsel Ford, but individually crafted production models were soon made available to statusconscious buyers looking for an exclusive status symbol. All the elements are here in this exemplary Continental convertible finished in Dark Blue with a very nice Beige soft top. The side-valve V-12 Lincoln engine and 3-speed transmission deliver characteristically smooth power, and occupants are treated to a luxurious cabin with leather seating and an ornately finished dash with an Art Deco-style clock and instruments. Wide Whitewalls, rear-mounted spare, rear fender skirts and stone guards and gorgeous chrome complete this wonderful classic Lincoln.

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292 CI, 3-Speed


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1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2-DOOR HARDTOP

348/280 HP, Automatic

This 1958 Chevrolet Impala 2-door hardtop was sold new in Mesa, Arizona, where it spent the ďŹ rst 40 years of its life before receiving a ground-up restoration in 1999. Beautifully ďŹ nished in correct Cashmere Blue, it has a wonderfully evocative matching Blue interior with the original tri-tone seat covers and headliner, new carpeting and new door trim. Power comes via a 348/280 HP Tri Power equipped big block V-8 mated to a Powerglide automatic, and the car also features power steering, dual exhaust, powder coated suspension components, dual antennas, wide Whitewall tires and full size wheel covers.

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1928 FORD MODEL A ROADSTER PICKUP

This charming 1928 Ford Model A roadster pickup exemplifies the first year iteration of the longawaited replacement for the aging Model T. Like most early Model A pickups, this older restoration is an open roadster model with wooden cargo bed, folding top and wire wheels; in this case, added extras include wind wings, an external sun shade, a side-mount spare tire with cover and an expanding luggage rack. The Model A’s lighter and more powerful L-head inline 4-cylinder engine displaces 200 cubic inches and generates 40 horses to a “modern” floor-shifted 3-speed manual transmission.

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200 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S50

1966 DODGE HEMI CORONET

426 CI, Automatic

An extremely well preserved frame-off restoration completed in 1990, this 1966 Dodge Hemi Coronet is one of just 96 produced employing the incredibly powerful 426/425 HP Hemi powerplant in conjunction with Chrysler’s 3-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission. Finished in Ruby Red with a matching Red bench seat interior, the car shows a believed-actual 23,009 original miles, a fact reflected in its superior presentation. Painted steel wheels, dog dish hub caps and BF Goodrich Silvertown Blue Streak tires give this 2-door hardtop a decidedly “old school” sleeper appearanceat least until one gets close enough to notice those “426 Hemi” front fender badges!

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Lot S51

1954 WILLYS AERO DELUXE COUPE

226 CI, 3-Speed

Willys-Overland celebrated its “Fiftieth Year of Building Rugged, Economical Motor Vehicles” by introducing the Aero Deluxe line of cars designed by Brooks Stevens. Its Aeroframe unibody engineering drew rave reviews, but its high price point resulted in disappointing sales, making this Gulf Blue example one of just 1,500 Aeros built. Powered by the unique F-head Kaiser Super Hurricane 6 engine with column-shift 3-speed manual transmission, this Aero Deluxe is finished with a Mid-Grey mohair interior and trimmed with Blue painted steel wheels, Willys hubcaps and chromed bumpers.

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Lot S52

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

Another jewel in the incredible Salmon Brothers Collection of 1957 Chevrolets, this Onyx Black Bel Air convertible is the result of a frame-off restoration. Endowed with both looks and performance, its EA-code 283/250 HP dual quad small block engine features the distinctive and rare “Batwing” oil bath air cleaner and is mated to a 3-speed column shift manual transmission. Fender skirts, spinner hub caps, extra chrome trim and a Continental kit add extra flair to this already handsome machine, as does the Red and Silver interior with radio and dash clock.

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283/250 HP, 3-Speed


Lot S53

1932 HUPMOBILE SERIES B ROADSTER

This unique 1932 Hupmobile Series B roadster rolled off the assembly line in the full flourish it shows now. Powered by Hupmobile’s 216 CI inline 6 mated to a 3-speed manual transmission, it is artfully finished in Orange and Black with an Orange and Brown interior, wide Whitewalls on Orange wire wheels and a Black convertible top, and dressed with dual side mount spares and chromed bumpers. A manual choke and center-mounted hand brake are vestiges of that early period in motoring.

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216 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S54

1947 CROSLEY SEDAN CONVERTIBLE

44 CI, 3-Speed

Although Cincinnati entrepreneur Powell Crosley, Jr. made his fortune in radio and appliances, his ďŹ rst love was always the automobile, and in 1939 he introduced a tiny 2-cylinder economy car for the mass market. World War II interrupted production, which resumed in 1947 with models like this Beige convertible sedan, winner of the 1985 AACA First Prize. The subject of a body-on restoration, the 80-inch wheelbase convertible is powered by one of the ďŹ rst American production engines with an oversquare bore/stroke and an overhead cam and comes with a radio and heater, Red painted wheels and chromed hubcaps.

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SANDY RIDE HORSE 47


Lot S56

1961 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE CONVERTIBLE

According to the accompanying title certificate, this fully loaded 1961 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible was purchased by legendary Chicago Bears football coach Mike Ditka. Built at the Southgate, California plant, this personal luxury Oldsmobile combines Provincial White paint with a Red leather bucket seat interior (perhaps the Starfire’s most distinctive feature) and Black soft top in a very classy package. A chrome-dressed 394 CI Starfire V-8 delivers sparkling performance through a console-shift automatic, with air conditioning, power steering and brakes and power windows, locks and seats rounding out the generous options list.

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Formerly Owned by Mike Ditka


Lot S57

1970 CHEVROLET NOVA L78

396/375 HP, Automatic

In 1970 there were few more purposeful machines in Chevrolet’s lineup than this sinister-looking, all-Black Nova SS coupe. Its SS and “396” badges, imitation hood vents, Black painted steelies, dog dish caps, Redline tires and Spartan interior - complete with split bench seat and rubber floor covering - barely hint at the presence of a matching numbers L78 396/375 HP 4-barrel big block engine, whose 4-bolt main bottom end and heavy duty internals allowed 6,000-plus RPM performance. Power steering, power brakes and dual exhaust maximize the car’s performance.

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Lot S58

1940 FORD DELUXE SEDAN

221 CI, 3-Speed

Smooth contours, Art Deco touches and a distinctly aggressive visage have made the 1940 Ford a styling landmark that lives on in examples like this attractive Maroon 2-door Deluxe sedan, which is well turned out with a unique split back window, chrome bumpers and extensions, a front grille guard, fog lights, chromed hub caps and trim rings and wide Whitewall tires. Other preferred features include a 221 CI athead V-8 and 3-speed column-shift manual transmission, trunk-mounted spare tire and nice Art Deco interior with clock and heater.

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Lot S59

2000 DODGE VIPER GTS

Contemporary comparison tests consistently showed that the second generation Dodge Viper in GTS coupe form stood virtually alone at the top of the performance car world. With just 2,047 miles on the clock, this 2000 Viper GTS coupe is wrapped in the Steel Grey Metallic paint introduced that year and ďŹ tted with a Black leather interior equipped with air conditioning, power windows and locks and a 7,000 RPM tach to monitor the 8.0 L/450 HP aluminum V-10 engine. Power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes, a 6-speed manual transmission and 18-inch wheels contribute to the Viper’s awe-inspiring performance.

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8.0L, 6-Speed


Lot S60

1965 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE

This nicely restored 1965 Ford Mustang convertible is a rolling showcase of all the most desirable options available in the ďŹ rstyear pony car that pioneered a whole new genre of American performance cars. Leading with a 289 CI High Performance 4-barrel V-8 backed by a 3-speed automatic, the list of features includes air conditioning, a power top, luggage rack and the styled steel wheels, double Redline tires, driving lights, body side stripes and valence-exit dual exhaust typical of the GT package. The Black Interior hosts bucket seats, a woodgrain trimmed dash and console, column-mounted Rally gauge pack with clock and tach, all popular optional extras.

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289 CI, Automatic


Lot S61

1932 CHEVROLET ROADSTER

194 CI, 3-Speed

Beautifully restored, attentively detailed and finished in Mid Tan over Cocoa Brown with a Tan top, Orange wheels and wide Whitewalls, this stunning 1932 Chevrolet roadster demonstrates why the model was nicknamed the “Baby Cadillac.” The car is powered by a 194 CI inline six backed by a standard transmission, and is well outfitted with a fold out windshield, wind deflectors, rear mounted travel trunk, dual side mount spares with chromed mirrors, dual chrome horns and chromed bumpers.

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Lot S62

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

283/250 HP, 3-Speed

Corvette reached a significant milestone in 1957 when it became available with Rochester fuel injection, the 283/250 HP manual transmission version of which is signified in this 3-speed example by its EM engine stamping. Finished in iconic Roman Red with White coves, Red interior and White soft top, this fine-looking ’57 convertible also incorporates full wheel covers on wide Whitewall tires and a Wonderbar radio, and is highlighted by great chrome throughout. Demanding collectors will appreciate this car’s excellent presentation and detailing.

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Lot S63

1956 STUDEBAKER SKY HAWK

Studebaker built just 3,610 Sky Hawks in 1956, making this amazing low-mileage example a genuine treat for collectors. Showing a believed-accurate 40,028 original miles, the car is powered by Studebaker’s Sweepstakes 289 CI V-8 with dual exhaust, fronting a 2-speed automatic transmission. Its Cream and White paint scheme is complemented with full wheel covers and wide Whitewalls, and a cleanly designed Silver and Black bench seat interior incorporating Climatizer air conditioning and full instrumentation on an engine-turned dash.

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289 CI, Automatic


Lot S64

1940 FORD PICKUP

Ford’s 1940 pickup trucks shared the same timeless styling, power and reliability as their passenger car brethren. This flathead V-8-powered 1940 Ford pickup was already in excellent condition prior to receiving a multiple award-winning frameoff restoration. Finished in Red with matching steel wheels with chrome hubcaps and wide Whitewalls, it is equipped with chromed bumpers, a wood cargo bed floor, passenger side mount spare and a floor-shifted 3-speed manual gearbox.

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221 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S65

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP

283 CI, Automatic

Few things bring more joy to a Chevy enthusiast than the sight of a fully-dressed 1957 Bel Air, in this case a 2-door hardtop festooned inside and out in sunny Tropical Turquoise with a contrasting White roof and Black accents in the sumptuous and roomy interior. 283 cubic inches of small block V-8, a Powerglide automatic, power steering and retroďŹ tted air conditioning combine for enjoyable cruising, while turning heads along the way with dual mirrors, an indash clock, spinner wheel covers and wide Whitewalls, fender skirts and a Continental kit.

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Lot S66

1956 CADILLAC DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE

365 CI, Automatic

Mostly unrestored with the exception of a single repaint in its original Alpine White, this remarkable 1956 Cadillac DeVille convertible is ďŹ nished with a White power top and a crisp Red and White interior featuring power steering and brakes, power windows and seat, radio and in-dash clock. Its clean engine compartment houses Cadillac’s willing 365/285 HP 4-barrel V-8 breathing through dual exhausts and mated to a 2-speed automatic. Valuable and rare Sabre wheels with wide Whitewall tires complete this glamorous mid-Fifties icon.

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Lot S67

1922 HUPMOBILE PHAETON

By the early 1920s, the Hupmobile enjoyed a reputation as a sturdy, reliable steed endowed with ‘bullet speeds’ and ‘Big Bertha’ power.” That advertised theme comes through in this serendipitous 1922 Hupmobile Phaeton 4-door powered by Hupmobile’s dependable inline-flathead 4 backed by a 3-speed transmission, it is finished in Red with Black fenders and trim, a Tan interior and natural-finish wood spoke wheels. Chrome is used sparingly on the radiator, door handles and headlight rings, and the running boards are fitted with steel steps for durability. Other typical Hupmobile features include a fold-out windshield, wind deflectors, rear mounted spare tire, a Black folding top and rare Hupmobile-branded Moto-Meter.

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182 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S68

1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD

Correctly finished in Colonial White with matching porthole hardtop, a Black soft top and contrasting Red and White interior, this fully restored 1956 Ford Thunderbird is well optioned with air conditioning, power steering and brakes, power windows, seat belts, fender skirts and glittering chromed wire wheels with wide Whitewall tires. Powered by Ford’s new-for-1956 312 CI Thunderbird V-8 and floor-shifted automatic, it is documented with the factory Ford invoice.

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312 CI, Automatic


Lot S69

1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP

235 CI, Automatic

Looks and economy highlight this beautiful 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hardtop. Finished in two-tone pastel Blue and White, it is well-optioned with a bodycolor windshield visor, fender skirts with chromed accents, bright rocker trim, front and rear bumper extensions and full wheel covers on wide Whitewalls for the classic full-dress look. The colorful interior is nicely trimmed with Grey seat inserts and contrasting door accents, and outfitted with a traffic light viewer, dash clock and tissue dispenser. Chevrolet’s 235 CI Blue Flame Six engine and Powerglide automatic complete this beauty’s drive train.

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Lot S70

1957 CHEVROLET CAMEO PICKUP

283 CI, 3-Speed

Cardinal Red paint with Bombay Ivory exterior trim give this 1957 Chevrolet Cameo pickup a sporty air backed up by its 283/185 HP small block V-8, here mated to a 3-speed manual with overdrive. The ďŹ berglass-bed Deluxe cab Cameo incorporates a panoramic rear window and comforts its passengers with a beautiful Red and White interior. Full wheel covers, wide Whitewalls, chrome grille and bumpers, a windshield visor and wood cargo bed help make this rare Chevy pickup a top-quality example of the breed.

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Lot S71

1908 MAXWELL MODEL LC CARRIAGE TOP

Over one hundred years have passed since this 1908 Maxwell Model LC rolled out onto the road, where its 2-cylinder 14 HP engine, 3-speed gearbox, sturdy construction and reliability made it the third best selling car in America. One of the ďŹ rst production automobiles with a steel body, this turn-of-the-century wonder from the brass era (so named for the abundant use of the metal in the radiator, head lamps and solitary tail lamp), rolls on wood spoked wheels and features light Green paint with Black fenders and a Black carriage top, the latter included in the car’s original $850 price tag.

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14 HP, 3-Speed


Lot S72

1939 LASALLE CONVERTIBLE COUPE

Designed by a young Californian transplant to Detroit named Harley Earl, the 1939 LaSalle is arguably the best LaSalle of the 1930s and remains a coveted American vintage automobile. Finished in gorgeous Oxblood Maroon with a Beige soft top and spectacular Brown leather interior, this 1939 Series 50 convertible employs the famed Carter-carbureted monoblock V-8 mated to a column shifted 3-speed. Chromed bumpers and wheel covers, fog lights and wide Whitewalls add more elegance to this rare car, which carries a Pennsylvania-issued VIN.

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322 CI, 3-Speed


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Patterned after other GM luxury specials, Pontiac’s Bonneville convertible was a low-production luxury liner with power to spare. One of just 630 built, this mostly original 1957 Bonneville shows a believed-actual 53,032 miles. It was in careful storage from 1961 to 1980, when its Kenya Ivory paint and Red interior were refinished to as-original condition. Like all Bonnevilles, it is powered by Pontiac’s marvelous fuel-injected 347/310 HP engine and offers leather upholstery, power steering and brakes, Strata-Flight Hydra-Matic, eight-way power seat, power windows, Wonderbar radio with power antenna, electric clock, padded dash, deluxe carpeting, Whitewall tires and a Continental kit.

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Lot S73

1957 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE

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347 CI, Automatic


Lot S74

1932 FORD DELUXE ROADSTER

221 CI, 3-Speed

Ford introduced its historic flathead V-8 engine to the world in 1932 with cars like this beautiful Deluxe roadster, an expertly restored example attractively finished in Winter Leaf Brown with Black fenders, Cream painted wire wheels with wide Whitewalls and virtually flawless interior. In addition to that legendary V-8 powerplant and 3-speed transmission, the car impresses with a bounty of options that includes a rumble seat and luggage rack, dual side mount spares, chromed bumpers, wind deflectors, a fold-out windshield and rare clock mirror.

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Lot S75

1931 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD DUAL COWL PHAETON

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353 CI, 3-Speed


This beautifully restored 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood Dual Cowl Phaeton well illustrates the 355A series’ longer, lower profile and stunning elegance. The five passenger phaeton employs the 353/95 HP L-head V-8 introduced in 1930 in conjunction with a standard synchromesh transmission. Brimming with grace and style, it features Fleetwood coachwork with Tan and Black paint with Dark Brown accents on the engine and cowl vent doors, Orange wire wheels with wide Whitewalls and a Brown leather interior. Cadillac’s “Goddess” hood ornament leads the list of adornments that includes front and rear wind deflectors, covered dual side mount spares, auxiliary lighting, chrome bumpers and a travel trunk.

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Lot S76

1957 CHEVROLET NOMAD FUELIE

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283/283 HP, Automatic


The 1957 Chevrolet Nomad was the last produced and the rarest of what proved to be a short-lived production run. Perhaps the rarest of all is this prized example that was restored in the early 1980s and remains remarkably fresh to this day. One of less than 100 Nomads equipped with the high performance 283/283 HP fuel injected small block of Corvette fame, it sports a show-quality contrasting Red and Black interior with in-dash clock and Wonderbar pushbutton radio. Power steering and brakes, a Powerglide automatic and dual exhaust complete this very attractive fuelie-powered Nomad.

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S77

CHEVROLET SUPER SERVICE NEON SIGN 73


Lot S78

1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

283/230 HP, Automatic

This attractive 1958 Chevrolet Corvette illustrates the model’s extensive redesign, which included new quad headlights, non-functioning hood louvers and twin chrome trunk spears. It is one of 1,631 finished in Charcoal Metallic paint, here matched with Silver coves and a Black interior and fitted with a matching auxiliary hard top, full wheel covers and wide Whitewall tires. Equipped with the spirited 283/230 HP 4-barrel engine, it is optioned with a Powerglide 2-speed automatic, Wonderbar radio and clock.

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Regal styling and mechanical innovation have made the Cord 810/812 automobiles the equivalent of automotive royalty, as demonstrated by this rare and beautiful 1936 Cord convertible coupe. Built on a 125-inch wheelbase, the front wheel drive Cord’s list of innovations is highlighted by the 2-barrel Lycoming 288 CI V-8 engine under its “coffin-nose” bodywork, which also featured pontoon fenders, a hidden gas cap, hideaway headlights and tapering contours. This Cord’s Maroon finish is highlighted by chromed bumpers and wheel covers and complemented by a Black leather interior incorporating needle gauges on an engine-turned bezel and an electric pre-select shifter on the steering column.

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S80

CORD NEON SIGN 76


Lot S79

1936 CORD CONVERTIBLE COUPE

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288 CI, Automatic


An AACA award winner restored in 1994, this 1934 Cadillac Fleetwood Model 370D V12 All-Weather Phaeton is the second of just three produced that year. It is built on a 146-inch wheelbase and powered by Cadillac’s silky-smooth 45-degree, 368 CI V-12 engine mated to a 3-speed standard transmission. This Art Deco masterpiece features a beautiful Dark Grey and Black color scheme with a contrasting Red interior and crisp Black soft top, travel trunk, dual side mount spares, wide Whitewalls, beautiful chrome and the classic “Goddess” hood ornament.

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Lot S81

1934 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD V12 ALL-WEATHER PHAETON

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#2 of 3 Produced


Lot S82

1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

348/280 HP, 4-Speed

Fans of the 1959 Chevrolet will be attracted to this splendidly restored Snowcrest White Impala convertible. Offered from the Salmon Brothers Collection, it is powered by the famed 348/280 HP Tri Power V-8 backed by a rare 4-speed manual transmission with “coat hanger” floor shifter, and equipped with power steering and brakes and a heavy duty electrical system. The car’s Red interior remains one of the classic designs of the period; add to the mix its full wheel covers and wide Whitewalls, fender skirts, dual antennas and front bumper guards, and you have a vintage Chevrolet Impala that won the Antique Automobile Club of America’s First Prize in 1998.

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Lot S83

1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

In 1960 Chevrolet refined the details of its final finned Impala to produce a lasting favorite with Chevy enthusiasts. Finished in Red and White with matching interior, this fabulous 1960 Impala convertible presents in a very desirable color combination augmented with full wheel covers, wide Whitewalls and fender skirts and highlighted by great chrome throughout. The drivetrain is classic Chevy: a 283 CI small block engine, Powerglide automatic transmission and power steering.

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S84

1931 AUBURN 898 CABRIOLET

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ACD CertiямБed Category 1 Original


In contrast to most of its competition, the Auburn Automobile Company actually saw higher sales after the stock market crash of 1929. Works of art like this rare, hand-built 1931 898 Cabriolet tell the story. Winner of the 1989 AACA National First Prize, the 1990 AACA Grand National First Prize and an ACD certiďŹ ed Category 1 original with complete owner history, this beautifully restored 898 features a 268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine, 3-speed manual transmission, stunning Burgundy and Silver paint, a matching Burgundy interior with Auburn gauges and striking chromed wire wheels and trim. Dual horns, massive wide Whitewall tires (including a rear-mounted spare) and sculpted chrome bumpers further distinguish this vintage treasure.

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Lot S85

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

Another elegant Tri Five Chevy from the Salmon Brothers Collection, this 1957 Bel Air convertible is beautifully finished in Alpine White with a two tone Red and Silver interior. The ‘57’s already generous brightwork is complemented with chrome rocker panel and fender skirt trim and a fully chromed Continental kit with color matching spare tire cover. No such car is complete without a 283 CI small block and Powerglide automatic transmission; this example also boasts power steering and brakes, a power operated soft top, in-dash clock, spinner wheel covers and wide Whitewalls.

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S86

1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD

312 CI, Automatic

The Ford Thunderbird stepped into the market created by the Chevrolet Corvette with a healthy 292 CI V-8 under its sculpted hood. Ford pumped up the power in 1956 with a larger displacement 312 CI engine rated at 215 HP. A oor shifted Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission backs that same powerplant in this pristine Buckskin Tan 1956 convertible, which also incorporates a color matching porthole hardtop and complementary two tone Buckskin interior. Optional equipment includes an AM radio, dash-mounted tachometer and beautiful chromed wire wheels with wide Whitewall tires.

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Lot S87

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS

454/450 HP, 4-Speed

When GM removed the corporate ban on engines over 400 cubic inches in its mid-sized offerings, Chevrolet created what has since been dubbed the King of the Muscle Cars- the 1970 Chevelle SS454 LS6. At 450 horsepower it boasted the highest horsepower rating of any production car to that point, while actually producing an estimated actual ďŹ gure of closer to 500 thanks to vastly improved breathing and a more durable rotating assembly. Restored to its original splendor and ďŹ nished in correct Cranberry Red with a Black interior, this genuine 1970 SS coupe is an archetypal example of the breed equipped with a 4-speed manual, power steering and brakes, cowl induction hood, Strato bucket seats and console and SS wheels wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas rubber.

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Lot S88

1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE

1960 marked the last year of Cadillac’s Tri Power equipped 390 CI engine, and while the Eldorado’s rear fins were toned down, it remained one of Detroit’s most flamboyant machines. Case in point: this ground-hugging Gold convertible rolling on Goldline tires with Sabre-style wheel covers and equipped with air ride suspension, fender skirts, air conditioning, power steering and brakes, power windows and a Black power operated top sheltering a typically luxurious Black leather interior.

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390 CI, Automatic


Lot S89

1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

For years the Chevrolet Impala combined full-size flair with ripping performance in models like this 1963 convertible. Its Tuxedo Black paint, stylish Red interior and Black top give it an air of elegance, and the crossed flags and “409” fender badges disclose the potent 409/340 HP 4 barrel V-8 within. Opening the hood also reveals the 409’s dual exhaust system, chromed air cleaner and valve covers, a power brake booster and factory air conditioning. The interior is a vintage-Chevy lover’s delight, offering Strato bucket seats, console with 4-speed shifter, and a factory dash-mounted tachometer.

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409/340 HP, 4-Speed


Lot S90

1969 OLDSMOBILE 442

400 CI, 4-Speed

Oldsmobile’s recipe for performance in the 1960s was as simple as it was effective: a 4-barrel carburetor, 4-speed manual transmission and dual exhaust. This 1969 Oldsmobile 442 coupe shows the combination at its best with a 400 CI Rocket V-8 the epicenter of that formulation. Performance is further served with the choice of power steering and brakes and Rallye wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires. A Black vinyl top and Black hood stripes accent the car’s Saffron Yellow paint, and the luxurious Autumn Gold interior sports bucket seats and console, burled woodgrain trim, a Hurst shifter and Rallye Pack gauges with Tic-Toc-Tach.

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Lot S91

1948 STUDEBAKER PICKUP

A very nice build on an intriguing and rare vehicle, this custom 1948 Studebaker pickup takes full advantage of its curvaceous contours with a shaved tailgate, rear roll pan, smooth tonneau cover, billet wheels and mirrorlike Red pearl paint. A Tuned Port Injection Corvette 350 CI engine with headers and dual exhaust connects with a 700R4 automatic transmission for modern performance. Ostrich skin and leather upholstery add further interest inside the custom interior, which includes more use of billet aluminum trim, a tilt steering column and wood wheel, custom instruments and air conditioning.

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350 CI, Automatic


Lot S92

1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO

390 CI, Automatic

This Olympic White 1960 Cadillac Eldorado 2-door hardtop is believed to have been driven a mere 26,631 miles, a claim supported by its marvelous overall condition. Loaded with power steering and brakes, power windows, locks and seat, it hosts a bright White leather interior with Red seat accents and Red carpeting, Autronic Eye, AM/ FM radio and air conditioning. A Tri Power-equipped 390 CI engine and automatic transmission supply ample cruising power, and stone guards, Sabre-style wheel covers on wide Whitewalls and Red accent panels complete the cosmetics.

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Lot S93

1961 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

283/230 HP, Automatic

A two owner car with a believed actual 53,025 miles on the odometer, the 1961 Chevrolet Impala convertible offered here brims with elegance. Its Twilight Turquoise exterior ďŹ nish is repeated in the Turquoise bench seat interior, which includes a padded dash, clock and pushbutton radio, a White power operated top lending a nice contrast complemented with ample bright trim, wide Whitewalls and chromed bumper extensions. Power comes via a correct EB code 283/230 HP small block working in concert with a Turboglide 2-speed automatic transmission and augmented with power steering and brakes.

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S94

SHELL NEON SIGN 92


Lot S95

1957 FORD SKYLINER

In 1957 Ford made headlines with its new Fairlane 500 Skyliner, the first production car with a retractable hardtop. Finished in Torch Red over Raven Black with a Red and White interior fitted with dash clock and radio, this sharp example is equipped with Ford’s 312 CI Thunderbird Special V-8 engine, a 2-speed automatic transmission and “Master Guide” power steering, and fully dressed with fender skirts, bright stone guards and rocker moldings, full wheel covers, wide Whitewalls, dual exhaust and a Continental kit.

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312 CI, Automatic


Lot S96

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

The 1957 Chevrolet Corvette became a milestone with the introduction of fuel injection and the late-production addition of a 4-speed manual transmission, both of which are featured in this exceptionally sharp frameoff restoration. Finished in Venetian Red with White coves and a Beige soft top, the car’s Red-painted steel wheels, dog dish hub caps and Blackwall tires lend it a sporting air reinforced with radio delete and standard steering and brakes. A jack and spare tire are included.

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283/245 HP, 4-Speed


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Lot S97

1967 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE II

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426 CI, Automatic


While the Hemi was not offered in the Belvedere line until 1968, an unknown number of prototypes were built in 1967. Most of these special ordered cars were requested by Mopar executives or dealerships. This Belvedere II is a true J-code example featuring Chrysler’s 425/426 HP dual 4-barrel Hemi engine, here backed by a special heavy duty A727 Torqueflite automatic transmission and limited slip Dana 60 rear end. Its triple Black color scheme, matching steelies mounting dog dish caps and Redline tires, and a Spartan bench seat interior with column shifter and radio delete emphasize this rare Hemi Belvedere’s predatory personality.

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Lot S98

1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS CONVERTIBLE

350 CI, 4-Speed

The beneficiary of a frameoff restoration in 1998, this well-preserved Bolero Red 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS convertible features the newfor-1967 350/295 HP 4-barrel small block V-8, Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and dual exhaust in combination with power steering and power front disc brakes. Bucket seats, center console with Muncie shifter and a power top highlight the clean Black interior, while front and rear spoilers, Rally wheels and Redline tires fill out this first-year Camaro’s performance image.

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Lot S99

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

One of the fourteen incredible 1957 Chevrolet Bel Airs offered from the Salmon Brothers Collection, this gorgeous frame-off restored Harbor Blue convertible impresses with its immaculate presentation and a fulsome list of optional extras that includes power steering and brakes and dual exhaust. The pristine engine compartment hosts a 283 CI 4-barrel V-8 mated to a Powerglide automatic. Cosmetic ourishes abound in the car’s bumper guards, fender skirts, wide Whitewalls, spinner wheel covers, door handle nail guards and a Continental kit, all featuring beautiful chrome and brightwork. Seat belts, an in-dash clock, tissue dispenser and AM radio round out the classy multi-tone Blue interior.

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S100

1968 PONTIAC GTO RAM AIR II

A brand new “Coke-bottle� shape and Endura front bumpier were the big news in 1968 for fans of the Pontiac GTO. This fully restored GTO coupe is a genuine Ram Air II version powered by the high-torque 400/360 HP V-8 mated to a Hurst-shifted 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in Solar Red with a Black vinyl top, Black interior and Rally II wheels with Redline tires, it shows a believed-accurate 66,306 miles and is well equipped with a hood-mounted tach, bucket seats and console, woodgrain interior trim and a rare relic from days gone by: a belowdash 8-track tape player.

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400/360 HP, 4-Speed


Lot S101

1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

327/300 HP, 4-Speed

An expert frame-off restoration has been performed on this very attractive Riverside Red 1963 Chevrolet Corvette convertible, which is nicely finished with a contrasting Black soft top and Black interior. Equipped with finned aluminum knock-off wheels, Whitewall tires, an AM/ FM Delco radio and standard steering and brakes, this classic first-year Sting Ray’s RD-code engine denotes its optional L75 327/300 HP small block engine and 4-speed manual transmission. A superbly detailed example of the marvelous second-generation Corvette.

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Lot S102

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP

283 CI, Automatic

This Canyon Coral 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hardtop is yet another superb example from the Salmon Brothers Collection. Frame-off restored, it is exceptionally clean throughout including the undercarriage, and features the FC-code 283 CI 4-barrel V-8 with Powerglide automatic, power steering and brakes and dual exhaust. Period extras abound, including fender skirts, full wheel covers and wide Whitewall tires, bumper extensions and a nice interior with dash mounted clock and tissue dispenser.

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Lot S103

1962 FORD THUNDERBIRD

A luxury cruiser with the heart of a racer, this goodlooking Wimbledon White 1962 Ford Thunderbird convertible wears the distinctive ďŹ berglass tonneau cover offered in the optional Sports Roadster package and packs a 390 CI big block V-8 with triple 2-barrel Tri Power carburetion for the best performance available in the Thunderbird that year. Rolling on distinctive wide Whitewallshod chromed wire wheels, it is equipped with air conditioning, buckets seats and console, a swing-away steering column, power top and windows and power steering and brakes.

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390 CI, Automatic


Lot S104

1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

This triple Red 1964 Chevrolet Impala convertible is the perfect way to attract attention at the next Bowtie gathering or cruise. A premium piece well-equipped at the factory, it incorporates the 327 4-barrel small block V-8 engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning and power steering and brakes. Spinner wheel covers, Whitewall tires and dual antennas top off the car’s great presentation, which carries on beautifully inside with a power top and windows, a split bench seat and color keyed seat belts.

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327 CI, Automatic


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Starmist Blue paint, a White soft top and interior and chromed wire wheels with wide Whitewall tires combine for a supremely elegant look in this beautifully restored 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible, which features the newfor-1957 E-code 312/270 HP dual quad V-8 engine and oorshifted automatic transmission. Optional extras include power steering, a padded dash, fender skirts and wind deectors.

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Lot S105

1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD E CODE

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312/270 HP, Automatic


Lot S106

1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

327 CI, 4-Speed

The last of the solid axle generation, the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette convertible was offered with a standard 327 CI engine and three optional powerplants. This stunning Roman Red example packs the high-winding 327/340 HP version with aluminum intake manifold and Carter 4-barrel carburetor, mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Believed to be a two-owner car, it shows 30,070 miles and boasts a ashy Red interior with power windows, a Black power top and a Wonderbar radio. Power steering and brakes, full wheel covers and Whitewall tires round out the list of features on this great-looking and rare “62.

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Lot S107

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

Restored in 1997 and still in excellent condition, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is powered by the GC-code 283 CI V-8 coupled with an automatic transmission, and features a host of desirable options including power steering and brakes, tissue dispenser, Wonderbar radio and trafďŹ c light viewer. Brightly ďŹ nished in Tropical Turquoise with a Turquoise and White interior and power operated White top, it is further adorned with fender skirts, bright rocker and fender skirt moldings, spinner hubcaps, wide Whitewalls, front bumper extensions and a Continental kit.

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S108

1955 CHEVROLET CUSTOM SEDAN

The Resto Modding trend is sweeping the car culture, producing quality builds like this 1955 Chevrolet sedan. Giant Boyd Coddington wheels, extrawide rubber, tinted glass, a blacked out grill and steel cowl induction hood give this Black ’55 an aggressive look backed up by the tuned port injection 350 CI engine and 700R4 automatic transmission. The Boyd theme carries on in the matching tilt steering wheel inside, where custom touches include leather upholstery, custom gauges, a dash mounted tach and a B&M Pro shifter with line lock. Other upgrades include power steering and brakes, a custom trunk and air conditioning.

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350 CI, Automatic


Lot S109

1970 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS PACE CAR EDITION

Convertible with Factory Air

Oldsmobile returned to pace the Indianapolis 500 for the third time in 22 years in 1970, celebrating that event by issuing the Y74 Pace Car Edition package that included Porcelain White paint with Black and Red stripes on the hood, trunk and body sides, White Super Stock II wheels and Oldsmobile’s Rocket V-8 engine. Built with a White soft top and Black interior, this genuine Y74 Pace Car convertible also offers factory air conditioning, sport mirrors, power steering and brakes, bucket seats and console and a Hurst “His & Hers” dual gate shifter.

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Lot S110

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

283 CI, Automatic

The FC engine code on this gorgeous 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible designates it as factory-equipped with Chevy’s 283 CI small block with 4-barrel carburetor and Powerglide transmission. Fabulous Colonial Cream paint inside and out with Silver interior accents make a very desirable color combination with either the matching Cream boot or poweroperated Black soft top in place. Optional extras include power steering and brakes, fender skirts, in-dash clock, spinner wheel covers, wide Whitewalls and a Continental spare tire kit.

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Lot S111

1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2-DOOR HARDTOP

Chevrolet’s line of full-size cars was defined by elegant lines and restrained detailing, qualities heightened in this example by its White-over-Twilight Turquoise paint scheme, full size wheel covers and new-for-1962 narrowWhitewall tires. Frame-off restored and retrofitted with aftermarket air conditioning, it is powered by a 283 CI small block mated to a Powerglide automatic transmission and equipped with power steering and brakes. This jewel-like Impala is immaculate and beautifully detailed throughout.

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283 CI, Automatic


Lot S112

1999 PLYMOUTH PROWLER

Based on the 1993 concept car of the same name, Plymouth’s Prowler was designed in the style of the all-American hotrod. Combining an advanced aluminum frame and body with a 3.5 L/253 HP V-6, independent suspension, power steering and 4-wheel power disc brakes gave the Prowler impressive performance and attracted heated competition between prospective buyers. Driven a mere 837 miles, this 1999 Prowler roadster boasts a rare Red on Black color scheme, 18-inch front and 20-inch rear aluminum wheels, power windows, cruise control, CD player and chrome-tipped dual exhaust.

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3.5L, Automatic


Lot S113

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

283/220 HP, Automatic

Expertly restored in unique Surf Green with a Medium Green top and stunning two-tone Green interior, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is as elegant as it gets in cars from the “TriFive� era. An FC-code 283 CI 4-barrel engine and Powerglide transmission comprise the power train, with power steering, full wheel covers, wide Whitewall tires, fender skirts, Continental kit, Wonderbar radio and indash clock rounding out the list of optional equipment.

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Lot S114

1969 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

427/390 HP, 4-Speed

In 1969 the most popular big block powerplant available in the Chevrolet Corvette was the L36 427/390 HP V-8. A hightorque piece with hydraulic lifters, an aluminum intake and high-ow Rochester QuadraJet 4-barrel carburetor, the L36 was installed in 10,531 units. Finished in correct Cortez Silver as part of a complete restoration, this matching numbers 1969 convertible combines that powerplant with a Muncie 4-speed transmission and power steering and brakes. Riding on Rally wheels with Redline tires, this clean Stingray convertible comes with air conditioning, an auxiliary hard top, front fender louver trim, AM/FM radio, tilt steering column, luggage rack and headrests.

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Lot S115

1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD

The optional 312 CI Thunderbird Special V-8 in the engine room of this show quality 1956 Thunderbird convertible boasts the optional engine dress up kit that includes a chromed air cleaner, chromed oil cap and ďŹ nned aluminum valve covers. Torch Red paint, a Red and White interior and Black convertible top make for a stunning presentation, made all the better by chromed wire wheels, wide Whitewall tires, fender skirts, a Continental kit and dual exhaust.

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312 CI, Automatic


Lot S116

1959 FORD SKYLINER

After making such a splash that even President Dwight D. Eisenhower became a proud owner, Ford’s revolutionary Skyliner retractable hardtop ended its brief but sensational production run in 1959. The only retractable hardtop production car in the world at the time, its low production numbers and leadingedge design made the Skyliner series a genuine classic. Finished in White over Geranium, this 1959 example features a splendid matching interior complete with padded dash, radio and clock. All the preferred period touches are featured, including full wheel covers and Whitewall tires, chromed fender skirts, dual exhaust and a Continental kit.

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352 CI, Automatic


Lot S117

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP

265 CI, Automatic

Another great example from the Salmon Brothers collection of 1957 Chevrolets, this White on Red Bel Air 2-door hardtop was the recipient of a complete frame-off restoration that has it in outstanding condition throughout, including its snappy Red and Black interior with radio and clock and very clean undercarriage. Chevrolet’s economical 265 CI 2-barrel small block V-8 is mated in this case to a Powerglide automatic transmission, with spinner hubcaps and wide Whitewalls completing the package.

119


Lot S118

1960 EDSEL RANGER CONVERTIBLE

352 CI, Automatic

Ford ended its run of Edsel Ranger automobiles in 1960, issuing just 76 convertibles in a ďŹ nal production run of 2,809 cars. Sold new in Southern California, this outstanding Jet Black example incorporates the optional 352/300 HP V-8 and automatic transmission. It was professionally restored in the early 1990s and is the only one known to exist in this color combination, which includes a showroom-fresh Red and Silver interior. With a believed-accurate 22,602 original miles on the clock, it is well-equipped with air conditioning, power steering and brakes, Red-trimmed wheel covers, wide Whitewalls, fender skirts, dual spotlight mirrors and one of the ashiest Continental kits of that grand era.

120


Lot S119

2002 FORD THUNDERBIRD

After several years out of production, the Ford Thunderbird returned to the market in its original two-seat sports convertible conďŹ guration, using a fuel-injected 32-valve DOHC 3.9 L/252 HP V-8, 5-speed automatic transmission and allindependent suspension. While it was produced in 2002, the immaculate Thunderbird offered here is virtually brand new, with a mere 7 miles on the odometer, and has the very desirable color combination of Torch Red with a Black interior and Red accents. In addition to power steering and brakes, cruise control, power windows, locks and top, it features the Premium chrome alloy wheels and 6-disc CD player.

121

7 Actual Miles


Lot S120

1956 MERCURY MONTCLAIR CONVERTIBLE

Mercury elevated its Montclair model to the top of the roster in the mid-Fifties, injecting bright new styling, higher grade trim and more standard equipment in 1956. The 1956 Mercury Montclair convertible illustrates those features in stylish Classic White over Persimmon Red with an impressive matching interior featuring Red and White upholstery, padded dash and door panels, a Town & Country radio and in-dash clock. Equipped with a gutsy 312 CI V-8, MercO-Matic automatic transmission power steering and power brakes, it also comes with fender skirts and a Continental kit.

122

312 CI, Automatic


Lot S121

1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 XL

406 CI, 4-Speed

Until the introduction of the 427 in late 1963, the G-code 406/405 HP Tri Power V-8 was the force majeure in Ford’s ever-more-powerful engine lineup, and the full-size Galaxie 500XL was the perfect vessel, combining a sporting interior with leather bucket seats and a center console. Finished in Raven Black with a well appointed Red interior, this 1963 Galaxie 500 XL 2-door hardtop offers all the above along with a 4-speed manual transmission with reverse lockout, a padded dash, clock and AM radio.

123


Lot S122

1959 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO

348/280 HP, 4-Speed

Introduced in 1959 and promoted as a multipurpose workhorse, the Chevrolet El Camino pickup could also be ordered as a luxury cruiser or a performer, or both, as in the case of this rare Classic Cream-on-Black example that presents in showroom fresh condition with quality ďŹ nishing and chrome. Handsomely turned out with front bumper extensions, full size wheel covers and wide Whitewalls and fender skirts, it also has a decided performance edge thanks to its 348/280 HP Tri Power engine, 4-speed manual transmission, power steering and power brakes.

124


Lot S123

2002 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS 35TH ANNIVERSARY

2002 marked the 35th anniversary of the original ďŹ rstgeneration Camaro, a milestone Chevrolet celebrated with the 35th Anniversary Camaro. The all-original example offered here is remarkable in that it has been driven just 15 miles. Like all 35th Anniversary editions, this T-top equipped Z28 coupe is ďŹ nished in Bright Red with an Ebony leather interior and comes with power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes, power windows and locks, cruise control, air conditioning and 17-inch wheels. Power comes from the all-aluminum LS1 346/325 HP engine matched to a 4-speed automatic transmission.

125

15 Actual Miles


Lot S124

1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

In 1955 Chevrolet fans aspired to owning cars like this fully outfitted Bel Air convertible. The product of a frame-off restoration, its two-tone Gypsy Red and Shoreline Beige color pairing is matched inside and capped with a Beige soft top. The Chevy’s new-for-1955 265 CI Turbo-Fire V-8 is fitted with dual exhaust and mated to a Powerglide transmission, with power steering and brakes for maximum performance, and its presentation bolstered by full wheel covers and wide Whitewalls, bumper guards, stone guards and full bright trim.

126

265 CI, Automatic


Lot S125

2004 CHEVROLET SSR

5.3L, Automatic

Chevrolet married retro styling and modern Corvette-grade performance in the Super Sport Roadster pickup. Powered by Chevrolet’s fuel injected Vortec 5.3 L small block with a console-shifted 4-speed automatic, power steering and brakes, this 2004 SSR is so fresh it still has the original window sticker affixed to the windshield. Finished in desirable Torch Red paint with a Black interior, this SSR incorporates the model’s trademark power-operated retractable hardtop, power windows and locks, air conditioning, dual exhaust and alloy wheels.

127


Lot S126

1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

265 CI, Automatic

Luxury and power combine with close attention to detail in this brilliantly frame-off restored 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible. Finished in sunny Nassau Blue and White with a sharp twotone Blue interior (complete with optional radio and in-dash clock) and White soft top, this 265 CI automatic-equipped Bel Air is fully dressed with fender skirts, bumper and stone guards, wide Whitewalls with full wheel covers and a Continental spare tire kit with two-tone enclosure.

128


Lot S127

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE

This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is without question one of the crown jewels of the Salmon Brothers Collection. Loaded with options, including power steering and brakes, aftermarket air conditioning, power windows and White power top, dual mirrors, fender skirts, Continental kit and dual antennas, it is ďŹ nished in glorious Matador Red with a Red and Silver interior and rolls on wide Whitewalls dressed with full wheel covers. Power comes from an FC-code 283 CI 4-barrel small block mated to a Powerglide automatic.

129

283 CI, Automatic


Lot S128

2003 FORD MUSTANG SALEEN CONVERTIBLE

There is no mistaking the 2003 Ford Mustang Saleen convertible, whose distinctive body modiďŹ cations include custom front and rear valences and spoilers, rocker panel moldings and special lightweight wheels. Beneath the special bodywork is a Saleen supercharged 4.6 L engine, a 5-speed manual transmission, 4-wheel power disc brakes and power steering. The loaded cockpit of this Grey Metallic S281 convertible offers up leather upholstery, Whitefaced gauges, a roll bar with light, power top, windows and locks and air conditioning.

130

4.6L, 5-Speed


Lot S129

2002 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

2,821 Actual Miles

With a mere 2,821 miles of service, this 2002 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is virtually brand new, adding further desirability to an already great rendition of America’s Sports Car. Finished in popular Torch Red with a Black interior, it features the reliable and powerful LS1 346/350 HP fuel injected V-8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transaxle, and offers 4-wheel independent suspension, power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes for astounding performance. There is also luxury to spare in its power windows and locks, cruise control, Delco-Bose AM/FM/ CD sound system and dual-zone air conditioning. Documentation includes the original new car invoice and window sticker.

131


This handsome and fully dressed 1958 Chevrolet Impala was restored in the early 1990s and remains in show quality condition. Finished in sharp Onyx Black paint, a tri-tone Red, Black and Silver interior and wide Whitewall tires with full wheel covers, it features Chevy’s 4-barrel Turbo Thrust 348 CI engine, Powerglide automatic, power steering and power brakes. Better yet, it comes with the full complement of dress accessories: fender skirts, bright stone guards, twin spotlight mirrors and a Continental kit.

132


Lot S130

1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2-DOOR HARDTOP

133

348 CI, Automatic


Lot S131

1966 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP

One of a number of very nicely restored vintage pickups from the Salmon Brothers Collection, this charming 1966 Chevrolet C10 Custom pickup looks absolutely showroom fresh in gleaming Cream over Red paint, chromed bumpers, Red steelies with chrome trim rings and center caps, Whitewall tires and an exceptionally clean Grey interior with vinyl ooring. A dependable inline 6 occupies the immaculate engine compartment and drives a column shifted 3-speed manual transmission.

134

250 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S132

2003 FORD MUSTANG ROUSH 380R

4.6L, 5-Speed

Jack Roush knows his Fords, and he has put that knowledge to good effect in his version of the Mustang GT, the Roush 380R. This Gold on Black 2003 Roush 380R uses a ROUSHcharger 4.6 L engine with a 5-speed manual with short-throw shifter, power steering, traction control and large diameter 4-wheel disc brakes to reach 13-second quarter mile times and blaze through the slalom with ease. Power windows and locks, cruise control and a sound system with steering wheel controls add comfort and convenience. Documentation includes the original Ford window sticker.

135


Lot S133

1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS

454/450 HP, 4-Speed

Here is another great Super Sport Chevelle from the Salmon Brothers Collection. Like Lot S87, this 1970 Chevelle SS454 is ďŹ nished in Cranberry Red with Black Sport stripes, a cowl induction hood, power steering and brakes and Super Sport wheels, here wearing BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. In this case, it features a Red interior with split folding bench seat, power windows and an aftermarket stereo; the original radio also comes with the car. Of course, the heart of this machine is its legendary powerplant and drivetrain: the high compression, solid-lifter, Holley-equipped 454/450 HP LS6 engine and 4-speed manual transmission.

136


Lot S134

1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE

With more rounded styling and show car-inspired detailing, Chevrolet’s first-year Impala made a successful debut that prompted management to make it the permanent flagship of its full-size lineup. The example offered here is a quality restoration finished in White with a Black soft top and multi-tone Red interior with in-dash clock, Wonderbar radio and tissue dispenser. A 348 CI W-head V-8, Powerglide automatic and power steering deliver effortless performance, and the cosmetics are highlighted by fender skirts, dual antennas, spinner wheel covers, wide Whitewalls, a Continental kit and great chrome all around.

137

348 CI, Automatic


Lot S135

1963 CORVETTE SPLIT WINDOW COUPE

327/300 HP, Automatic

Chevrolet created an automotive milestone in the one-year-only Corvette split window coupe, one of the most sought-after Corvettes in the model’s 60-year history. This very attractive 1963 Corvette Sting Ray is a beautiful example of the classic split window coupe. Restored in the mid 1990s and still in Concours condition, it is equipped with the optional SDcode 327/300 HP small block engine, Powerglide automatic transmission, Positraction rear axle, power steering and brakes and full wheel covers, and is ďŹ nished in the rare and desirable combination of Riverside Red with a Red interior.

LOT

S136

CLASSIC CAR GARAGE NEON SIGN 138


Lot S137

2007 FORD SHELBY GT500

Ford and Shelby reprised their original alliance 40 years after its first go-around with the 2007 Shelby GT, the most potent version of which is found in this 2007 GT500. A low-mileage specimen with just 1,931 miles, it is fresh and immaculate in the original Shelby livery of White with Blue striping and a Black interior. That classic look is backed up with Shelbygrade performance from a supercharged 5.4 L/500 HP V-8, 6-speed manual transmission, tuned suspension, Brembo 4-wheel disc brakes and 18 inch Shelby wheels. Creature comforts include power steering, windows, locks and driver’s seat, keyless entry and Ford’s Shaker 500 sound system.

139

5.4L, 6-Speed


Lot S138

1998 HARLEY-DAVIDSON ULTRA CLASSIC

Few motorcycles personify the open road as well as a fulldress Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic. This 1998 example is loaded with all of the desirable options, including Saddle Boxes, cruise control, a 2-up seat, luggage trunk, stereo, and front and rear disc brakes. The best part is that this superb riding machine has only 929 miles on the odometer! It’s essentially a brand-new motorcycle.

140


Lot S139

1998 CHEVROLET CORVETTE PACE CAR EDITION

LS1, Automatic

Corvette paced the Indianapolis 500 for the third time in 1998 festooned in Purple paint, Yellow wheels, multi-colored graphics and Black and Yellow leather seats in a Black cockpit with Black soft top. One of just 1,163 produced, the 1998 Pace Car Edition convertible offered here shows a low 18,928 miles. Its 346/350 HP aluminum V-8 drives a 4-speed automatic transaxle and features custom colorkeyed coil covers. Like all 1998 Corvettes, it is well equipped with power steering and brakes, power windows and locks, cruise control and air conditioning.

141


Lot S140

2008 FORD MUSTANG ROUSH 427R

4.6L, 5-Speed

Roush raised the performance bar in the Ford Mustang once again with the 2008 427R. Distinguished by its Roush Aerobody kit, custom graphics and chromed Roush wheels, the 427R features a ROUSHchargerequipped 4.6 L/435 HP V-8, a 5-speed manual with Roush short throw shifter and 4-wheel disc brakes. Carbon ďŹ ber dash accents trim the leather interior, which also offers power windows and locks, air conditioning and a Shaker 500 sound system. Both factory window stickers remain on the car as originally delivered.

142


Lot S141

1999 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

The 5th generation Chevrolet Corvette’s clean lines and low proďŹ le are well illustrated in this Torch Red 1999 coupe, which features the all-aluminum 346/350 HP LS1 V-8, in this case backed by a 4-speed automatic transmission. Wellequipped with power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes and chromed Z06-style aluminum wheels, its Black leather interior incorporates power windows and locks, Delco-Bose stereo, cruise control and head-up display.

143

LS1, Automatic


Lot S142

2007 FORD MUSTANG ROUSH BLACKJACK

Number 95 of 100 produced, this potent 2007 Ford Mustang Roush Blackjack is chock full of the ingredients that separate Roush Mustangs from the rest. Conceived by Jack Roush himself, this Black-on-Black badboy signals its potential with the Flat Black striping treatment, custom body pieces and 18-inch wheels common to the model. Its special ROUSHcharger 4.6L engine delivers 430 horsepower to a 5-speed manual with Roush short throw shifter as part of a comprehensive package that includes special Roush 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering and Stage 3 suspension and a leather interior with power windows and locks, carbon ďŹ ber dash inserts and Shaker 500 sound.

144

#95 of 100 Produced


Lot S143

2006 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

3,991 Actual Miles

In 2006 Chevrolet gave buyers of the Corvette a new option in the sporty 6-speed automatic transmission with three performance modes including a full manual setting operated by steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Finished in Victory Red with a Red leather interior and Black top, this 2006 convertible combines that $1,250 feature with the LS2 427/505 HP V-8 for stunning performance in a low-mileage example with only 3,991 miles. In addition to optional chromed aluminum wheels, it is fully equipped with power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes, power windows, mirrors and locks, cruise control, Delco-Bose sound and dual zone climate controls.

145


Lot S144

2005 CHEVROLET SSR

1,439 Actual Miles

Showing a very low 1,439 actual miles on the odometer, this 2005 Chevrolet Super Sports Roadster pickup is very alluring in lustrous Silver with optional staggered-size chromed aluminum wheels and a fresh Ebony leather interior. Rated at 390 horsepower, the SSR’s fuel-injected aluminum LS2 engine and console-shifted 4-speed automatic provide truly amazing performance. In addition to its unique power-operated hard top, this low mileage SSR is wellequipped with running boards, dual exhaust, power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes, power windows and locks, cruise control, CD player and cruise control.

146


Lot S145

2002 FORD THUNDERBIRD

With a mere 58 miles on the odometer, this attractive 2002 Ford Thunderbird is virtually brand new and remains in showroom condition. Finished in the very desirable combination of Inspiration Yellow with a Black and Yellow interior, it updates the original “Baby Bird� concept with a fuel injected 3.9 L/252 HP V-8, 5-speed automatic and a full complement of convenience features that includes air conditioning, power steering and brakes, power top, windows and locks, cruise control, 6-disc CD player, chromed alloy wheels and an auxiliary porthole hardtop.

147

58 Actual Miles


Lot S146

1974 FORD BRONCO

1974 marked the final generation of the car-based Ford Bronco, which later was built on the F pickup platform. Showing a believed-actual 47,324 miles, this 1974 Bronco uses Ford’s ubiquitous 302 CI V-8 and a sturdy floor-shifted automatic transmission with 4-wheel drive, and is unusually equipped with air conditioning. Finished in White over Orange with a White bucket seat interior, it is ready to handle the tough jobs with power steering, a rear mounted spare and heavy duty winch.

148

302 CI, Automatic


Lot S147

1961 CHEVROLET CORVAIR RAMPSIDE PICKUP

145 CI, 4-Speed

Chevrolet’s 1962 Corvair Rampside Series 95 pickup was part of a line of trucks aimed squarely at the competition from Volkswagen. Its unique side loading capability was complemented by good performance and agile handling and, in the upscale Deluxe version offered here, chrome bumpers, mirrors, grille and hubcaps, and a color-keyed interior to match its two-tone Red on White paint scheme. Like its passenger-car counterparts, this restored 1961 Rampside features a rear mounted 145 CI air-cooled at 6 engine, here mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. An AM radio is included.

149


Lot S148

1963 CHEVROLET CORVAIR MONZA

145 CI, Automatic

This Saddle Tan 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza demonstrates all the best qualities of the sportiest Corvair in the 4-door sedan introduced in 1961. The heart of the Monza is its twin-carbureted air-cooled 145/102 HP flat 6 engine, in this case matched to an automatic gearbox. The upscale Monza interior provides room and comfort with bucket seats, deep pile carpeting and push button radio. Chrome bumpers, wire wheel covers, Whitewall tires and a full size spare complete this excellent example of Chevrolet’s “performance” Corvair, which is documented with the window sticker, invoice and owner’s manual.

LOT

S149

STOP LIGHT ON STAND 150


Lot S150

1986 CHEVROLET SILVERADO PICKUP

Not only is this nicely preserved Red 1986 Chevrolet Silverado pickup generously equipped with the full complement of creature comforts and accessories; it’s a looker as well. Extensive chrome and brightwork are present in the mirrors, trim, 5-lug Rally wheels, bumpers, rear diamond plate fittings and bed rails. The drivetrain comprises Chevrolet’s reliable 350 CI V-8 and a Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission, with air conditioning, cruise control, tilt steering, power steering and brakes, power locks and windows and a sliding rear window filling out the generous option list.

151

350 CI, Automatic


Lot S151

1971 FORD PICKUP

Ford’s F100 pickup has a long history as a proven workhorse of extraordinary reliability, the perfect description for this 1971 long bed Sport Custom pickup, which moves under the power of a freshly rebuilt 360 CI engine backed by a 3-speed column-shift manual transmission. Finished in Green with a matching Green interior, it has a chromed front bumper, White painted rear bumper, White steel wheels and a color-keyed cargo bed-mounted toolbox. Air conditioning, power brakes and a radio make those long workdays a little shorter.

152

360 CI, 3-Speed


Lot S152

1993 FORD LIGHTNING PICKUP

5.8L, Automatic

Ford introduced their version of the performance pickup with the 1993 SVT Lightning, which was described by Ford brass as “a Mustang GT with a cargo bed�, an image backed by its supercharged 5.8 L/240 HP engine, heavy duty automatic and tuned suspension. This Red 1993 Lightning brings the full load of options in the form of air conditioning, power steering and brakes, cruise control, power windows and locks, a fold-down console, aftermarket CD player and dual gas tanks. The Lightning also sports color matching bumpers, tinted windows and fog lamps.

153


Lot S153

1959 EDSEL RANGER 2-DOOR HARDTOP

292 CI, Automatic

Produced for only three years and then abandoned due to disappointing sales, the Edsel has become a treasured commodity and a nostalgic icon among collectors. With its signature vertical grille leading the way, this 1959 Edsel Ranger is ďŹ nished in White over Red with a Black and White bench seat interior. It is powered by Ford’s 292 CI V-8 with automatic transmission and sports chromed bumpers, wide Whitewalls, full wheel covers and rare air conditioning.

154


Lot S154

1997 FORD MUSTANG COBRA CONVERTIBLE

In the 1990s Ford’s ongoing campaign to return the Mustang to its former glory reached a high point in 1997 with the Cobra, which incorporated a hand built SVT-modified 4.6 L/305 HP version of the modular V-8 engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. Looking very fresh with only 34,412 miles on the odometer, this 1997 Cobra convertible is attractively finished in Red with a Saddle interior and comes equipped with power steering and brakes, power windows and locks, tilt steering column, cruise control and a great Shaker sound system with steering wheel controls.

155

4.6L, 5-Speed


Lot S155

1973 JEEP COMMANDO PICKUP

AMC re-engineered the Jeep Commando for 1972, introducing a larger engine in a revamped frame and updating the Jeep’s aging cosmetics. Finished in bright Orange with a White top and tonneau cover, this 1973 Commando 4-wheel drive pickup showcases that new generation with its restyled front grille, chromed bumpers and wheel covers and Whitewall tires. An American Motors-sourced 258 CI inline 6 engine, columnshifted automatic and 4-wheel drive give it the handling and climbing power for which the marque became famous.

156

258 CI, Automatic


Lot S156

1979 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT

Off-Road Ready 4x4

Built in the second-last year of production, this 1979 International Scout 4x4 is in full off-road ready bloom, with a V-8 engine, oor shifted heavy duty automatic and upgraded running gear for excellent durability. Rolling on BF Goodrich-shod chromed steel wheels (including a full size spare) it is equipped with power steering and brakes, air conditioning, tilt column, woodgrain dash trim and center console. A luggage rack, fog lights and heavy duty winch extend its off-road readiness.

157


Lot S157

1978 GMC 4X4 PICKUP

Powered by a fully dressed 350 CI small block with dual exhaust, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes and heavy duty Rancho shocks, this wellequipped 1978 GMC 4x4 pickup is ready to perform any tough job in show-stopping style. Chrome mirrors, spotlight, wheels and bumpers, BF Goodrich off road tires and a Black tonneau cover accent the pickup’s Jasmine Yellow and White paint scheme, while the bench seat interior is likewise well-appointed with air conditioning, a billet steering wheel and CB radio.

158


Lot S158

1985 BUICK RIVIERA

Buick’s personal luxury Riviera set sales records in the mid 1980s with a new front wheel drive platform introduced in 1979. This beautiful 1985 Riviera coupe shows the model at its best in White with a White vinyl top and sharp Tan velour interior. Built with a 305 CI driving an automatic overdrive transmission, the Riviera hews to its traditional luxury image with power windows and locks, tilt steering column, cruise control, air conditioning, wire wheel covers and power steering and brakes. A low mileage jewel with just 18,680 original miles, it is documented with the original window sticker and build sheet.

159

5.0L, Automatic


Lot S159

1988 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE

While the 1988 Chevrolet Corvette remained visually unchanged from previous 4th generation models, it benefited from more efficient air conditioning and improved handling thanks to redesigned front suspension geometry. This pristine 1988 Corvette coupe from the Salmon Brothers Collection is finished in the beautiful combination of Medium Blue Metallic with a Blue interior and incorporates power steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes, power windows and locks and air conditioning.

160

350 CI, Automatic


Lot S160

1930 FORD MODEL A SPEEDSTER

From Great American Race

Winner of the AACA 1991 First Prize, this 1930 Ford Model A Speedster was featured in the History Channel’s Great Race in 1998, a 4400 mile journey from Tacoma, Washington to Boston, Massachusetts, after which it was given a ground-up restoration that included rebuilding the drivetrain to the original 1930 Ford factory standards. The Yellow and Black Speedster rolls on Yellow wire wheels and is equipped with a athead inline 4-cylinder engine and standard transmission, a travel trunk, chromed bumpers and turn signals to assure proper roadworthiness.

161


Lot S161

Lot S162

1985 HONDA ELITE SCOOTER

1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR PARTS CAR

162


Alphabetical Index of Lots 36; 

S136 S71 S55 S94 S149 S84 S158 S31 S32 S66 S92 S88 S25 S75 S81 S61 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S69

+,:*907;065

Classic Car Garage Neon Sign 1908 Maxwell Model LC Carriage Top 14 HP, 3-Speed Sandy Ride Horse Shell Neon Sign Stop Light on Stand 1931 Auburn 898 Cabriolet 268 CI, 3-Speed 1985 Buick Riviera 5.0L, Automatic 1969 Buick Riviera GS 430 CI, Automatic Buick Service Neon Sign 1956 Cadillac Deville Convertible 365 CI, Automatic 1960 Cadillac Eldorado 390 CI, Automatic 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible 390 CI, Automatic 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible 390/345 HP, Automatic 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood Dual Cowl Phaeton 353 CI, 3-Speed 1934 Cadillac Fleetwood V12 All-Weather Phaeton #2 of 3 Produced 1932 Chevrolet Roadster 194 CI, 3-Speed Chevrolet 265 CI Engine Chevrolet 265 CI Engine Chevrolet 265 CI Engine Chevrolet 265 CI Engine Chevrolet 265 CI Engine Chevrolet 283 CI Engine Chevrolet 283 CI Engine Chevrolet 283 CI Engine Chevrolet 302 CI Engine 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop 235 CI,Automatic

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138 63 47 92 150 82 159 23 23 58 91 87 17 69 78 53 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 61

36; 

S117 S17 S65 S102 S24 S124 S126 S85 S99 S107 S110 S127 S113 S52 S162 S34 S33 S131 S98 S28 S123 S20 S70 S87 S133 S147

+,:*907;065

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop 265 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-Door Sedan 283 CI, 3-Speed 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 265 CI, Automatic 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 265 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283 CI, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283/220 HP, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 283/250 HP, 3-Speed 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Parts Car 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Fuelie Convertible 283/283 HP, Automatic 1966 Chevrolet C10 Pickup 250 CI, 3-Speed 1966 Chevrolet C10 Pickup 250 CI, 3-Speed 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible 350 CI, 4-Speed 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 CI, 4-Speed 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS 35th Anniversary 15 Actual Miles 1955 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup 235 CI, 4-Speed 1957 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup 283 CI, 3-Speed 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 454/450 HP, 4-Speed 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454/450 HP, 4-Speed 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside Pickup 145 CI, 4-Speed

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119 8 57 102 16 126 128 84 99 109 112 129 115 45 162 25 24 134 98 20 125 12 62 86 136 149


Alphabetical Index of Lots continued 36; 

S148 S129 S78 S96 S62 S143 S106 S101 S114 S159 S141 S139 S46 S135 S42 S108 S41 S122 S10 S11 S111 S130 S48 S83 S93 S104 S134 S82 S89 S76 S57

+,:*907;065

1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 145 CI, Automatic 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 2,821 Actual Miles 1958 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 283/230 HP, Automatic 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 283/245 HP, 4-Speed 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 283/250 HP, 3-Speed 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 3,991 Actual Miles 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 327 CI, 4-Speed 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 327/300 HP, 4-Speed 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 427/390 HP, 4-Speed 1988 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic 1999 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe LS1, Automatic 1998 Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car Edition LS1, Automatic 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 235 CI, Automatic 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window Coupe 327/300 HP, Automatic 2003 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 651 Actual Miles 1955 Chevrolet Custom Sedan 350 CI, Automatic 1956 Chevrolet Del Ray Sedan 235 CI, 3-Speed 1959 Chevrolet El Camino 348/280 HP, 4-Speed Chevrolet Fuel Injection Unit Chevrolet Fuel Injection Unit 1962 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door Hardtop283 CI, Automatic 1958 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door Hardtop348 CI, Automatic 1958 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door Hardtop348/280 HP, Automatic 1960 Chevrolet Impala Convertible283 CI, Automatic 1961 Chevrolet Impala Convertible283/230 HP, Automatic 1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible327 CI, Automatic 1958 Chevrolet Impala Convertible348 CI, Automatic 1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible348/280 HP, 4-Speed 1963 Chevrolet Impala Convertible409/340 HP, 4-Speed 1957 Chevrolet Nomad Fuelie 283/283 HP, Automatic 1970 Chevrolet Nova L78 396/375 HP, Automatic

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150 131 74 94 54 145 108 101 116 160 143 141 39 138 35 110 34 124 6 6 113 132 41 81 92 104 137 80 88 72 49

36; 

S23 S150 S144 S125 S77 S79 S80 S54 S12 S13 S15 S16 S14 S27 S50 S59 S153 S118 S64 S151 S146 S30 S74 S58 S121 S152 S49 S160 S26 S60 S154

+,:*907;065

1966 Chevrolet Nova SS 327/350 HP, 4-Speed 1986 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup350 CI, Automatic 2005 Chevrolet SSR 1,439 Actual Miles 2004 Chevrolet SSR 5.3L, Automatic Chevrolet Super Service Neon Sign 1936 Cord Convertible Coupe 288 CI, Automatic Cord Neon Sign 1947 Crosley Sedan Convertible 44 CI, 3-Speed Cushman Eagle Cushman Scooter Cushman Scooter Cushman Scooter Cushman Sign 1949 Diamond T 201 Pickup 237 CI, 3-Speed 1966 Dodge Hemi Coronet 426 CI, Automatic 2000 Dodge Viper GTS 8.0L, 6-Speed 1959 Edsel Ranger 2-Door Hardtop 292 CI, Automatic 1960 Edsel Ranger Convertible 352 CI, Automatic 1940 Ford Pickup 221 CI, 3-Speed 1971 Ford Pickup 360 CI, 3-Speed 1974 Ford Bronco 302 CI, Automatic 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Glass Top 272 CI, Automatic 1932 Ford Deluxe Roadster 221 CI, 3-Speed 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan 221 CI, 3-Speed 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL 406 CI, 4-Speed 1993 Ford Lightning Pickup 5.8L, Automatic 1928 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup 1930 Ford Model A Speedster From Great American Race 1924 Ford Model T 177 CI, 3-Speed 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible 289 CI, Automatic 1997 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible 4.6L, 5-Speed

7(.,

15 151 146 127 73 75 76 47 7 7 7 7 7 19 43 51 154 120 56 152 148 22 68 50 123 153 42 161 18 52 155


Alphabetical Index of Lots continued 36; 

S132 S140 S142 S128 S39 S137 S95 S116 S45 S18 S68 S86 S115 S103 S145 S119 S105 S157 S138 S37 S161 S22 S40 S67 S53 S29 S156 S155 S19 S72 S47

+,:*907;065

2003 Ford Mustang Roush 4.6L, 5-Speed 2008 Ford Mustang Roush 427R 4.6L, 5-Speed 2007 Ford Mustang Roush Blackjack #95 of 100 Produced 2003 Ford Mustang Saleen Convertible 4.6L, 5-Speed 1957 Ford Ranchero 292 CI, Automatic 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 5.4L, 6-Speed 1957 Ford Skyliner 312 CI, Automatic 1959 Ford Skyliner 352 CI, Automatic 1951 Ford Stake Bed Pickup 239 CI, 3-Speed 1955 Ford Thunderbird 292 CI, Automatic 1956 Ford Thunderbird 312 CI, Automatic 1956 Ford Thunderbird 312 CI, Automatic 1956 Ford Thunderbird 312 CI, Automatic 1962 Ford Thunderbird 390 CI, Automatic 2002 Ford Thunderbird 58 Actual Miles 2002 Ford Thunderbird 7 Actual Miles 1957 Ford Thunderbird E Code 312/270 HP, Automatic 1978 GMC 4x4 Pickup 350 CI, Automatic 1998 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic 1951 Henry J Deluxe 161 CI, 3-Speed 1985 Honda Elite Scooter 1946 Hudson Pickup212 CI, 3-Speed 1952 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 308 CI, Automatic 1922 Hupmobile Phaeton 182 CI, 3-Speed 1932 Hupmobile Series B Roadster216 CI, 3-Speed 1948 International KB Woody Wagon 1979 International Scout Off-Road Ready 4x4 1973 Jeep Commando Pickup 258 CI, Automatic 1964 Jeep M38A1 Army Model 1939 Lasalle Convertible Coupe 322 CI, 3-Speed 1948 Lincoln Continental 292 CI, 3-Speed

7(.,

135 142 144 130 32 139 93 118 38 10 60 85 117 103 147 121 105 158 140 30 162 14 33 59 46 21 157 156 11 64 40

36; 

S21 S36 S120 S44 S35 S90 S109 S56 S38 S97 S112 S73 S43 S100 S91 S63 S51

+,:*907;065

1949 Mercury Coupe 255 CI, 3-Speed 1949 Mercury M-47 Pickup 255 CI, 3-Speed 1956 Mercury Montclair Convertible 312 CI, Automatic 1928 Nash 335 Cabriolet 184 CI, 3-Speed 1920 Oakland Roadster 177 CI, 3-Speed 1969 Oldsmobile 442 400 CI, 4-Speed 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Pace Car Edition Convertible with Factory Air 1961 Oldsmobile StarďŹ re Convertible Formerly Owned by Mike Ditka 1956 Oldsmobile Super 88 Convertible 322 CI, Automatic 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II 426 CI, Automatic 1999 Plymouth Prowler 3.5L, Automatic 1957 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible 347 CI, Automatic 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix 389 CI, Automatic 1968 Pontiac GTO Ram Air II 400/360 HP, 4-Speed 1948 Studebaker Pickup 350 CI, Automatic 1956 Studebaker Sky Hawk 289 CI, Automatic 1954 Willys Aero Deluxe Coupe 226 CI, 3-Speed

7(.,

13 29 122 37 28 89 111 48 31 95 114 65 36 100 90 55 44


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