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Automobile Auction April 25, 2015

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Automobile List LOT #





1960 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan


1955 Porsche 356 Pre A Speedster 1600


1927 Ford Track T Roadster


1955 Mercury Montclair Sun Valley


1957 Ford Thunderbird Vegas


1941 Willys Coupe


2009 Big Bear Chris Angel Tribute Motorcycle


1984 Porsche 911 Turbo


1969 American Motors AMX


1965 Chevy Impala SS Convertible


1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1


1987 Rolls Royce Corniche II Cabriolet


1972 Plymouth Satellite Pro Street Resto-Mod


1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1


1956 Chevrolet Belair 2dr Hardtop


1998 Bentley Azure by Pininfarina


1959 Ford F100 4x4


1964 Cadillac Deville Convertible


2007 Harley-Davidson VRXSE V-Rod Destroyer


2007 Twin EVO Custom Motorcycle


1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible


1958 Pontiac Chieften Station Wagon


1930 Ford Model AA Heavy Duty Stake Truck


1991 Corvette ZR-1


1964 Volkswagon 1200 Beetle


1962 Mercedes Benz 190 SL


1986 Ferrari 328 GTS


1940 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan Custom


1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible


1998 Mercedes Benz SL600


1957 Ford Fairline


1951 Chevy 3100 Pick Up


1948 Pontiac Silver Streak “Standard” Woody Wagon


1989 Mercedes 560 SL


2005 Rolls Royce Phantom Saloon


1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 Tribute


2001 Mercedes Benz CL 500


1954 Chevrolet Belair Coupe


2005 American Ironhorse Slammer Edition

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Lot 1

1960 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan

The Chevrolet Impala was built by General Motors’ Chevrolet division starting in 1958. Named for the South African antelope, it was Chevy’s most expensive passenger car through 1965. It had become the best-selling full size model in the United States, competing with the Ford Galaxie and Plymouth Fury. Ed Cole, Chevrolet’s chief engineer, designed the Impala as a “prestige car” within the reach of the average American. The second generation Impala was designed and built for 1959-1960 models. The roof was three inches lower and the car was two inches wider riding on an X-frame chassis. Its tail fins protruded outward, rather than upward. Chevrolet replaced the triple taillight with a single “teardrop” style on each side. It was available in fourdoor hardtop and four-door sport sedan, as well as a sport coupe and convertible.

HIGHLIGHTS • Completely original survivor • Just 16,725 original miles • Rare sport sedan

Base engine was the 283 cu in V8 producing 185 hp. Optional engines included the big block 348 cu in motor generating 315 hp. 1960 models sported a more conservative look, being toned down in styling as designers and marketers realized that fins and excessive chrome had run its course. Presented is an all-original 16,725 mile 1960 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan in Suntan Copper. Equipped with the 283 cu in 185 hp V8 engine and two-speed automatic transmission, this rare sport sedan is visually stunning with its huge pillar free wrap around rear window and “flying wing” roof line. This time warp original Chevrolet has had just two Colorado owners from new and is the lowest mileage model on the market today.

• 283 cu in V8 with 185 hp

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• Automatic transmission Estimate: $25,000 - $30,000

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1927 Ford Track T Roadster Offered is a “one off” special build 1927 Track T Roadster. Painted in beautiful blue with contrasting orange and yellow flames, this Track T is sure to bring attention no matter where it is driven. With just 2230 miles driven, the custom is powered by a 302 cu in Ford engine bored 40 over and a C4 transmission. Modern front disc brakes have been added for greater stopping power as well as Ford 8” rear for comfortable highway driving. Hundreds of hours of work were required to individualize this one and only street rod. A tremendous value when one considers the labor and attention to detail this unique rendition of the Model T hot rod would take to replicate.

HIGHLIGHTS • Just 2,230 miles • Custom Build • 302 cu in engine

• C4 transmission • Front disc brakes

Lot 2 Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000

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Lot 3

1957 Ford Thunderbird

Introduced in 1955, Ford developed and positioned the Thunderbird directly against the Chevrolet Corvette. Ford billed the Thunderbird as a “personal luxury car” putting greater emphasis on comfort and convenience than pure sportiness. Ford designer William Boyer was the lead stylist on the original 1955 two seat Thunderbird. The word “thunderbird” is a reference to a legendary creature for North American Indians. It is considered to have supernatural power and strength. The 1957 Thunderbird was revised with a reshaped front bumper, larger grille and tailfins, and larger taillights. The instrument panel was heavily re-styled with round

HIGHLIGHTS • Complete rust free original 57 • Fantastic color combination • 312 cu in 245 hp engine

gauges in a single pod. The rear of the car was lengthened allowing the spare tire to be positioned in the trunk. The 321 cu in V8 became the standard motor and produced 245 hp. A dual 4 barrel carburetor option was available as well as a 312 with the Paxton supercharger producing 300 hp. Offered is a “barn find” 1957 Ford Thunderbird with 312 cu in 245 hp engine. Finished in black with contrasting red interior, this last of the “baby birds” requires little to make a great driver or an easy restoration. This rust free example is complete and requires little to enjoy and provides an excellent platform for a show car project.

• Automatic transmission • Optional hard top

Lot 3 Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000


Lot 4

2009 Big Bear Chris Angel Tribute Motorcycle

Big Bear Choppers, based in San Bernadino, CA., has been a leader custom bike building since 1998. Famous for their “one off” specialty builds, Big Bear is a leader in design innovation.

Angel “Believe” tribute edition. With just 25 original miles, this 2009 creation is powered by S&S’s X wedge 114 cid engine. The paint and airbrush work in nothing short of amazing. A significant offering considering the builder and the recipient of this awesome work of art on wheels.

Offered is one of Big Bear Chopper’s greatest and most famous of builds, the Chris

HIGHLIGHTS • Custom build • Beautiful paint and airbrush work

• 114 cid engine • 25 original miles

Lot 4 Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

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Lot 5

1969 American Motors AMX

The American Motors AMX was produced from 1968-1970. The AMX was a unique “muscle car” among others due to its short wheelbase and only American built steel two-seater. The first since the 1957 Ford Thunderbird. At its introduction, auto journalists claimed the AMX a “handsome two-seater and one of the best looking, if not best looking cars made in the USA.” With a one inch shorter wheel base than the Chevrolet Corvette, the AMX was often seen as a competitor to the powerful GM fiberglass two-seater. With the optional high compression 390 cu in V8 engine producing 315 hp, the AMX offered top-notch performance at a price well below the competition. But in spite of its value and enthusiastic appeal to journalists and enthusiasts alike, sales numbers

HIGHLIGHTS • Rare 4 speed transmission • 390 cu in engine bored to 401 cu in • Original Magnum Wheels

never met expectations. However, it did increase the performance image of AMC to younger customers, driving them to showrooms in numbers never seen before. Presented is a completely restored 1970 AMX in brown with matching brown cloth interior, the final year of the limited production performance model produced by AMC. It is quipped with rare Borg Warner T-10 4 speed transmission, special traction bars, dual exhausts and original magnum 500 wheels with raised white lettered tires. The engine has been totally rebuilt and bored to 401 cu in and producing over 400 hp. A rare opportunity to own a rare, short build cycle muscle car destined to increase in and provide great value to its future owner.

• Rust Free • Restored to original condition

Lot 5 Estimate: $18,000 - $25,000

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1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The Mach 1 performance package was an option on Mustangs introduced in August of 1968 for 1969 models. As part of a Ford heritage program, the Mach 1 package returned in 2003 as a new high performance option on the SN95 platform. Visual connections to the 1969 model were incorporated to pay homage to the original. This generation was discontinued after 1974 to make room for the fifth-generation Mustang. One of the most recognizable features of the 1971-73 Mustang Mach 1 is the NACA hood with dual scoops. In 1973, the optional big block 429 Super and Cobra Jet motors were dropped from the line up due to SAE net horsepower calculations. 1973 was also the year that produced the fewest number of Mach 1 Mustangs produced. New for the 1973 model was larger front and rear bumpers required to meet new

HIGHLIGHTS • 351 cu in Cleveland 285 hp engine • Rare 4 speed Hurst transmission • Montana rust free example

NHTSA requirements, sport lamps changed to a vertical position on the outside of the grill which also served as turn signals. Updated Mach 1 graphics were added. The 302 cu in 210 hp Windsor remained standard with two or four barrel 351 Cleveland optional. Offered is a rare and desirable 1973 Mustang Mach 1 in red with black interior with optional two-tone hood, twist style chrome plated hood lock pins and rally styled wheels. What separates this Mach 1 from most is the rare optional Hurst four-speed transmission. Originally delivered with the Windsor 302 cu in 210 hp motor, a Cleveland 351 cu in 285 hp period correct engine was installed. The rarest year for the Mach 1 production, the 1973 offers great collectability at a reasonable investment.

• Rally Hood • Optional Sport wheels

Lot 6 Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000

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Lot 7

1972 Plymouth Satellite Pro Street Resto-Mod The Plymouth Satellite was introduced in 1965 as the top model in the mid-size Belvedere line up. It remained the top model until 1967, when it became the mid-price model, being replaced by the performance minded GTX. The Satellite would eventually be replaced by the Plymouth Fury in 1975. The Satellite was available in 2-door convertible, 2-door coupe, 4-door, and station wagon models over the course of its production run. The third and last generation of the Satellite received significant styling changes in 1971, adopting a “fuselage” appearance. Two door models had an unusual loop-type front bumper and was the basis for the GTX and Roadrunner performance models. Engines were available in seven different configurations, from 225 cu in slant six to the 426 cu in Hemi. Offered is a 1972 Plymouth Satellite Pro Street Resto-Mod. Bright Orange with competition inspired black interior. Paying homage to the big block Pro Stock era of the late 60’s and early 70’s Mopar drag cars, this Satellite is ready for the drag strip or show circuit. Powered by a big block 440 cu in motor producing a naturally aspirated 450 hp, or 725 hp with the addition of the Nitrous Oxide setup, this Pro Street Satellite will shake the ground with its staggering acceleration. With competition automatic transmission and roll bar, this car makes an imposing statement of Mopar performance.

HIGHLIGHTS • 440 cu in Big Block • Nitrous setup • Automatic Transmission

• 450 - 725 HP • Competition equipped

Lot 7 Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000

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1956 Chevrolet Belair 2dr Hardtop

The Chevy Bel Air was produced from 1950-1981. In 1953 the Bel Air name changed from a body shape to a premium trim level. Called the “Hot One” by GM’s marketing department, the second generation Bel Air was introduced in 1955 with a new clean and crisp appearance. 1956 introduced 2-tone body sides and graceful front and rear wheel openings as well as a more traditional front grill. A life long Colorado car purchased new in Denver at Capital Chevrolet, this Belair has had just 3 owners. The second owner, performed a complete restoration on the rust

HIGHLIGHTS • Full documentation from new • Many rare options • 265 cu in V8

free car in 1982 and it has been lovingly cared for ever since. With the extremely rare color combination of Dusk Plum and India Ivory, the option list separates this 56 coupe from all the rest. Equipped with power steering, padded dash, wonder bar radio, rear radio speaker, emergency warning light, tissue dispenser, operating factory clock and day/night mirror. With “speedline” styling and a 265 cubic inch, overhead valve, high compression, short stroke V8, the Belair was the premium Chevrolet of its time.

• Just 3 owners • Concours condition

Lot 8 Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

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Lot 9

1959 Ford F100 4x4 The third generation Ford F-Series trucks were produced from 1957-1960. Following the design changes made by Dodge and General Motors, Ford integrated the front fenders and cab of the truck. Ford went a step forward by incorporating a “clam shell” designed hood, which would be part of the F-Series truck lineup for over twenty years. Two types of pick up boxes were offered by introducing two distinct styles. The traditional “Flairside” external fender version would be complimented with a new “Styleside” version where fenders were incorporated inside the bed itself. 1959 was the first year Ford introduced the option of four-wheel drive, being the first manufacturer to offer the option on its own. Previously Ford, as well as the other light truck manufacturers, outsourced the four-wheel drive system to companies like Marmon-Herrington. The standard power plant was the 223 cu in 145 hp “mileage maker” in line six -cylinder engine. A 292 cu in “Y” block V8 was offered as an option. Presented is a custom build 1959 Ford F100 Flareside pick-up truck. Powered by the standard 223 cu in “Mileage Maker” engine and four-speed manual transmission, this F Series stands tall on its heightend lift kit and oversized tires and wheels. All suspension components are new or rebuilt in order to provide more modern handling and ride quality. This two-toned 1959 F Series 100 custom represents the third generation version with just enough flair to provide its own identity among others.

• Full lift kit

• Rare 4x4

• 223 cu in 6 cylinder engine

• Oversized tires and wheels

• Four speed transmission

Lot 9 Estimate: $18,000 - $25,000

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Lot 10

2007 Harley-Davidson VRXSE V-Rod Destroyer The Harley-Davidson V-Road Destroyer was introduced in 2007 as a non-street legal drag bike named the Destroyer. It came with the same basic 1295cc/120hp motor as other V-Roads, with the exception of a long stroke flywheel, larger valves, dyno tuned velocity stacks, large bore high compression pistons, multi stage lock-up clutch, programmable shift light, pneumatic shifter, larger throttle bodies, and more race equipment including wheelie bar. A total of 646 Destroyers were produced with 625 going to dealers. Offered is an absolute, brand new example of the Harley Destroyer. There has been no fuel even put in the tank to this date. A case could be made that this Harley V-Rod Destroyer is the finest in existence. A true limited production, racing Harley that would be a welcome addition to any bike collection.

HIGHLIGHTS • Brand new never ridden • 1 of 646 built

• All documentation from new • “Wheelie” drag bar

Lot 10 Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000

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Lot 11

1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible The Chevrolet Corvair, produced from 1960-1969, was the only American-designed, mass produced passenger car to feature a rear mounted air-cooled engine. The Corvair was available in two-door coupe, convertible, four-door sedan and station wagon. The design was built to compete with other manufacturers’ models VW Beetle, Ford Falcon, and Plymouth Valiant. Powered by the air-cooled horizontal six-cylinder 140 cu in 80 hp engine made of aluminum, the motor was mounted in the rear of the car, driving the wheels through an automatic transmission. Suspension was independent at all four wheels mounted on Fisher Body’s first Unibody chassis. The Corvair featured flat floors, low stance, better ride quality, traction and brake balance without the need for power assistance. Overall, 1,786,243 cars were manufactured before Ralph Nader’s “Unsafe At Any Speed” controversy ended production. Presented is a 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible finished in Marboro maroon with all original black vinyl interior and factory wire wheel covers. With just 65,625 original miles, this air-cooled flat six powered rear engine sports car rivals the Porsche 356 in its design and performance. This is the car that was awarded in 1960 as Motor Trend’s car of the year.

HIGHLIGHTS • Low original miles • Original interior • Factory wire wheel covers

• Air cooled flat 6 cylinder engine with 80 hp • Automatic transmission

Lot 11 Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

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1930 Ford Model AA Heavy Duty Stake Truck

The Ford Model AA was built by Ford Motor Company as a successor to the Model TT. Basic chassis design was done quickly and body style developed and outsourced to various body manufacturers, including Briggs and Murray. Designs were shared with the Model A, most notably body, engine, and interior. The Model AA was built with a four-speed gearbox to provide more power in lower gear. This was commonly referred to a three-speed with a “Granny” gear. Power was produced by the same 201 cu in 40 hp engine as the A model. The engine could be started by hand crank if needed. The chassis was similar to the A model but substantially larger and heavier in order to accommodate more weight. Twenty inch 5 slot wheels were incorporated in late 1930 to also address heavier loads.

Truck Clubs, providing support and technical advice to restorers and collectors alike. Offered is perhaps the finest example of the 1930 Model AA in the world today. A complete nut and bolt restoration was finished in the year 2000. It appears as perfect today as it did at completion nearly 15 years ago. Its flawless two-tone paint, accented by the beautifully chromed Budd wheels and stunning woodwork, highlight the attention to detail taken during the restoration process. The interior originality and quality are unparalled. The mechanical condition mirrors the thoroughness of the cosmetics with engine, transmission and drivetrain being completely rebuilt. This Model AA is for the collector searching for the finest example available on the market today.

Today, enthusiasm for the Model AA continues through the Model A and Model AA

HIGHLIGHTS • Frame off restoration • Chrome Budd wheels • 4 speed transmission

• 201 cu in 40 hp engine • Concours quality

Lot 12 Estimate: $25,000 - $30,000

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Lot 13

1964 Volkswagen 1200 Beetle The Volkswagen Type 1, or informally known as Beetle or Bug, was manufactured by German automaker Volkswagen from 1938 until 2003. Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany, wanted an inexpensive and simple car to be mass-produced for the new highway system of Germany. He contracted Ferdinand Porsche, in 1934, to build the car. It took until 1938 to finalize the design. With over 21 million manufactured in air-cooled, rear-engine mounted rear wheel drive configuration, the Beetle is the longest-running and most manufactured car of a single platform worldwide. Hitler insisted the Volkswagen (literally meaning “Peoples Car” in German) be a basic vehicle, capable of transporting 2 adults and three children at 62 mph while achieving 32 mpg. The engine had to be powerful enough for rapid sustained cruising on Germany’s newly constructed autobahn. Offered is a stunning restoration of the 1964 Volkswagen 1200 Beetle. Powered by the light alloy flat four cylinder, air cooled engine, producing 40 hp and 1.2 liters, the Beetle averages 32 mpg through a fully synchronized 4 speed transmission. Top speed is 72 mph. Included with the car is the “Zertifikat” from the Stifung Auto Museum Volkswagen documenting its history. Also included are receipts for the restoration and maintenance of the vehicle. The 1964 Beetle represents one of the most historic cars of the 20th Century.

• Original Certificate of Origin

• 1200cc air cooled engine

• Fully restored to original condition

• Full maintenance and restoration

• 4 speed

Lot 13 Estimate: $18,000 - $22,000


Lot 14

1986 Ferrari 328 GTS

The 328 GTB and GTS were the successors to the popular 308 GTB and GTS models. Built from 1986-89 and styled by Pininfarina, the evolution of the model was based on the 308 with modifications made to the body and engine. The GTS model, or Grand Turisimo Spider (targa top) along with the GTB was the final development of the normally aspirated V8 2-seat series. The 328 is considered by Ferrari enthusiasts to be the most reliable and least expensive Ferrari to own and drive. The 3.2 liter V8 4 valve motor produces 270 HP with a top speed of 166 mph and a 0-60 time of 5.5 seconds. In the year 1986 Ferrari offered the final version of it’s 3 series GTB and GTS. The

V8 engine was increased in size to 3.2 liters making the 328 the most powerful of the popular model. The 328 offered is a breathtaking original 16,000 mile car that is stunning in both cosmetic and mechanical condition, 600 miles and one year on last major service with 2 majors done in last 1800 miles. A perfect Car Fax history, the GTS is finished in the most popular color combination of Rosso/Beige. This mid engine Ferrari is undoubtedly one of the finest on the planet. The original owner’s books, tool, Ferrari car cover and spare kit as well as service records are included. With Ferraris selling for as much as 40 million dollars today, the Ferrari 328 GTS is one of the least expensive and fastest appreciating of the “Commendatore’s” cars on the market today.

HIGHLIGHTS • Extremely low miles 16,500 • All original with documentation • Recent major services

• All accessories functional • Most desirable color combination

Lot 14 Estimate: $90,000 - $110,000

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Lot 15

1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible The Pontiac GTO was the brainchild of Pontiac engineer John Delorean and advertising executive Jim Wangers. Named by Delorean, it was inspired by the Ferrari GTO, the highly successful Italian sports car. An acronym for Gran Tourisimo Omologato, sports car purists would be outraged. In 1963 General Motor’s management banned all divisions from involvement in auto racing. At the time, Pontiac’s marketing was largely based on racing and performance driven cars. Wangers proposed a way to continue the performance image with a new focus on a powerful street car. It involved transforming the newly redesigned Tempest into a “Super Tempest” with a larger 389 cu in engine from the full size Catalina and Bonneville models. The GTO was technically in violation of GM’s policy limiting “A” code cars to 330 cu in displacement. However, since the GTO was initially an option on the mid-sized platform, it qualified by a loophole in the policy. The first GTO in 1964 was an option package for the Lemans model at a cost of $296.00. It included the 389 cu in 325 hp single Carter AFB four-barrel, dual exhausts, chrome valve covers, air cleaner, 7 blade declutching fan, floor mounted three-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, stiffer springs, larger sway bars, wider tires and wheels and GTO Badges. Optional

HIGHLIGHTS • Totally original • Rare convertible GTO • Dual gate hydramatic transmission

equipment included a more powerful “Tri-Power” engine with three two-barrel carburetors producing 348 hp. Fully equipped, the Tempest GTO cost nearly $4500. In 1967 GM banned multiple carburetors on all models except the Corvette. The Corvette division was concerned the GTO was encroaching on Corvette’s performance numbers, requiring the 67 GTO to increase engine size to 400 cu in utilizing the quadrajet four-barrel producing 255 hp. A Ram Air option with functional hood scoop, stiffer valve springs and longer duration cam to generate 360 hp. Times in the quarter mile and 0-60 were similar to the earlier three carb GT0’s at 6.1 and 14.11 however, at a 20% percent price increase to the 1964. Offered is an all-original, unrestored white on black 1967 GTO convertible. With just 82,000 original miles from new, this 400 cu in 255 hp V8 powered XM block with TH400 dual gate hydramatic, has no modifications and retains its matching number status. Rust free, it is heavily optioned with power steering, top, bucket seats with center console and wire wheel covers. The most desirable of the GTO range of production, this original unmolested, lovingly cared for example drives like new.

• 400 cu in 255 hp V8 • Power steering and power top

Lot 15 Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000

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Lot 16

1957 Ford Fairlane In 1957, the Ford line up of cars grew in size substantially to prior models. A new frame was engineered as was a specially designed differential allowing the floor to be lowered in placement. A new frame rail contributed to moving the perimeter rails out to fully envelope the passengers. The new design provided for a lower and longer stance to the chassis. The 1957 Fairlane retained a single headlight front end as had its predecessors. However, the appearance was unmistakable with its long sides and tail fins. The Ford Fairlane presented here is a highly optioned production model with powerful Thunderbird 292/210 hp engine. With the distinctive Continental Kit completing the cosmetic appearance, the Fairlane offered top of class performance with complimentary driving comfort.

• 292 cu in 210 hp engine

• Rust free

• Continental Kit

• Low miles

• Well optioned

Lot 16 Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000


Lot 17

1948 Pontiac Silver Streak “Standard” Woody

Labeled by Pontiac as being “Big, Bold, and Beautiful” the 1948 Silver Streak Woody Wagon was the division’s most expensive vehicle produced in 1948. Powered by a flathead straight 8, the engine produced 248 cubic inches and 104 HP. At a cost of nearly $2500, the Silver Streak Woody would be discontinued following 1948’s production run. This totally original, unrestored, two owner from new, Pontiac Woody is an absolute time capsule car. Outfitted with nearly all available options for 1948, this 35,000

mile treasure offers the first and only year for the hydramatic transmission. Still retaining the original canvas top, original wood, interior, original floor mats, stunning bright work, and 3 rows of seating, this museum piece is for the collector searching for the finest in original woody wagon. All books and original advertising brochures included as well as option guide that illustrates the number of luxury items added to the vehicle when originally ordered. Probably the finest unrestored Woody in existence. First time ever offered to the market.

HIGHLIGHTS • Totally original 2 owner from new • Just 35,000 documented miles • All books and advertising brochures

• Many factory optional accessories • Absolutely the finest on the market

Lot 17 Estimate: $150,000 - $180,000

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2005 Rolls Royce Phantom Saloon Launched in 2003 and the first model to be introduced in the BMW owned era, the Phantom is Rolls-Royce’s flagship model. The Phantom would be initially produced in three configurations; Drophead Coupe, 2-door Coupe, and 4-door Saloon. The Phantom is not about a single superlative but a combination of biggest, most luxurious, most powerful, and fastest of the luxury sedans produced in the world today. Fresh thinking and attention to detail can be found on the Phantom. Coach “suicide” rear doors for ease of entry and exit, Teflon coated umbrellas housed in the rear doors, and the interlinked wheel centers which remain upright at all times, are just a few of the upscale details found on the Phantom. Ian Cameran, chief designer of the Rolls-Royce Motor Car Company states, “ Our absolute priority was to create a motor car that is clearly a Rolls-Royce even when the radiator grille is not in view. More than this, the new car has to stand apart from all others on the road.” Authentic design elements, such as a long hood and wheelbase, short front and long rear overhang, strong C pillar and discreet rear window, run throughout the Phantom, combining 21st century engineering with a

genuine presence. A 6.75 liter V12 453 hp engine built by BMW to Rolls-Royce specification propels the Phantom from 0-60 in 5.9 seconds and a 14.3 quarter mile time through a 6-speed automatic transmission. The performance of the Phantom is belied only by its near total silence achieved within the cabin of the car. With aluminum body and subframe, the car weighs in at 5600 pounds, light considering its massive size. Presented, in breathtaking Royal Blue with Cornsilk Interior, is the premier example of Automobile Sedans. The 2005 Rolls Royce Phantom is equipped with the rare sunroof option, adding $3600 to the nearly $350,000.00 original MSRP. No expense has been spared in maintaining this top of the line Rolls Royce model. The Phantom will please the most discriminating of collector with its quality and grace. No longer a car to be enjoyed only by a Chauffer, the Rolls-Royce performs like a sports car providing the driver and passengers alike, with the highest level of refinement, power, coachwork, and interior ambience. With BMW’s influence, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is as technically advanced as the level of opulence it provides its owners.

• Engineered by BMW

• 35,000 miles

• V-12 engine with 452 hp

• Just completely serviced

• Rare sunroof

Lot 18 Estimate: $140,000 - $160,000

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Lot 19

2001 Mercedes Benz CL 500 Mercedes launched the CL500 in late 2000 as a 2001 model, stating it was the most sophisticated car available, with an impressive combination of power, comfort, handling and style while being priced at $90,000.00. Considered to be the Mercedes “Flagship” model, the CL500 is powered by a 302 hp, 5 liter V8 engine and five speed automatic transmission. It incorporates electronic aids as traction control to address performance in foul weather and four-wheel antilock brakes. Also, new for the 2001 model, was ABC or active body control. This system virtually eliminated body roll during cornering, braking and acceleration. At 4100 pounds, the CL500 was capable of 0-60 mph times of 6.1 seconds and a top governed speed of 155 mph. Offered is a rare and beautiful 2001 Mercedes Benz CL500 in Amethyst Violet with grey interior. The sumptuous leather cabin is accented with gorgeous light burl wood veneers. Chrome wheels from the AMG sport package finish of eye catching color combinations. The “Flagship” of the Mercedes 2001 model line up is certain to provide years of enjoyment and individuality while realizing unbelievable value and collectability.

HIGHLIGHTS • 5 liter V8

• AMG package

• 302 hp

• Rare color combination

• Completely serviced

• 80,000 miles

Lot 19 Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

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Lot 20

2005 American Ironhorse Slammer Edition American Ironhorse was a Custom motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1995 by Tim Edmundson and Bill Rucker. At one time, American Ironhorse was the largest custom motorcycle manufacturer in the United States. Their Fort Worth, TX facility produced everything but the outsourced S&S motors that powered their custom creations. In the Spring of 2008 American Ironhorse closed their doors and ceased production. Offered is one of American Ironhorse’s most notable builds, the 2005 “Slammer Edition.” Powered by the S&S 140 hp engine and 6-speed transmission, this gorgeous custom has just 3500 original miles. With Arlen Ness bars, ostrich seat, LED lights, and air ride system, this “Slammer Edition” is destined to be a legend among the Ironhorse creations.

HIGHLIGHTS • S&S 140 hp engine • 6 speed transmission

• Custom Paint • Ostrich Saddle

Lot 20 Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000


Lot 21

1955 Porsche 356 Pre A Speedster 1600

The first Porsche 356’s were built by the Austrian Company, Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH in 1948. Production was moved in 1950 to Germany and became Porsche GmbH. The 356 was a lightweight and nimble handling rear engine, rear wheel drive sports car available in hardtop coupe and open top cabriolet. Production began in Gmund, Austria with approximately 50 cars being built. In 1950 the company moved to Zuffenhausen, Germany where production continued until 1965. 76,000 versions of the 356 were built. Created by Ferdinand Porsche, the four-cylinder air-cooled rear engine utilized a pan and body construction. The body was designed by Erwin Komenda. Certain mechanical parts including engine casing and some suspension components were sourced from Volkswagen. Initially, Porsche contracted with Reutter to build the steel bodies, later purchasing the company. The 356 was built in four distinct series, the original “pre A”, followed by the 365A, 365B, and finally the 365C. In 1955 the 356A appeared with curved windshields. The A was the first road going Porsche to offer the Carrera 4 Cam engine as an option.

One of the most desirable of the 356’s is the Speedster. Introduced in late 1954, after US importer Max Hoffman advised the company that a lower-cost, spartan, open top version could sell well in America. With its low removable windshield, bucket seats and soft top, the Speedster became an instant hit with the California road racers. Offered is a rare and unique Porsche 356 pre A Speedster 1600. With the same Las Vegas owner since 1975, this blue with black top and interior special represents a high performance modified version of the iconic model. ID# 81114 was built November 11, 1955 as documented by the Factory Porsche “Certificate of Authenticity.” In 1973 a 1964 Porsche 356C motor was installed in the Speedster with performance modifications. Built with 912 cylinders, 912 crank, engine ports polished, and flywheel shaved, horsepower was dramatically increased over the stock unit. All service and personal maintenance records are included from 1973. #81114 has participated in the inaugural Silver State Classic in 1988 as well as the La Carrera Classic in both 1987 and 1988. The car retains its vintage livery from the La Carrera. A rare Porsche, in same ownership for over 40 years, with volumes of documentation and maintenance history.

HIGHLIGHTS • Rare pre-A model Speedster • Hi performance engine • Same Las Vegas owner for last 40 years

• Documented service and rally history • Factory “Certificate of Authenticity

Lot 21 Estimate: $250,000 - $300,000

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Lot 22

1955 Mercury Montclair Sun Valley

Produced by the Mercury Division of the Ford Motor Car Company, the Montclair was manufactured from 1955 to 1957. For 1955 and 1956, Montclair’s featured Mercury’s best appointments, including extra chrome and two tone body colors. In 1956 Ford featured new safety features on the Montclair that included deep-dish steering wheel, safety door locks, breakaway rear view mirror and optional seat belts and padded dash. Included in the Montclair lineup was the Sun Valley model, which featured a Plexiglass “bubble” over the front half of the roof section and stainless steel surround. Total production was limited to just 1787 units as the glass top tended to heat the passenger area of the cabin during warm and sunny weather. Optional air conditioning was added late in production as well as a sunshade in order to reduce cabin heat.

HIGHLIGHTS • Extremely rare model • Stunning nut and bolt restoration • Rare Factory Air Conditioning

Offered is perhaps the finest Montclair Sun Valley in existence today. An “over the top” frame-off, nut and bolt restoration of the highest standard was done to this California classic. Contributing to the rarity of this Sun Valley, is the factory option of air conditioning which addressed the cabin heat issue generated by the Plexiglass top. Finished in mirror like black exterior with factory matching two-tone cloth interior, the attention to originality and cosmetic detail is overwhelming. Adding to the specialness of the breathtaking build, is the addition of a Ford 351 Cleveland 285 hp engine and C6 automatic transmission. Ordinarily the purists would frown on such a modification, but the installation and meticulous care in maintaining original features, makes the installation appear as a factory option. With its impeccable cosmetic appearance and functional and powerful drivetrain, the Montclair Sun Valley has no rival.

• Ford 351 Cleveland 285 hp engine • C6 Automatic transmission

Lot 22 Estimate: $80,000 - $100,000

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1941 Willys Coupe This truly beautiful “Gasser” inspired 1941 Willys Coupe is a tribute to the glory days of drag racing’s golden era. The fiberglass body is equipped with a full tilting front end and a three inch chop to the hood to give a unique and lower profile. Powered by a GM 572cu/620hp crate motor attached to a TCI THM 400 automatic with both fuel system and transmission designed to handle up to 1,000 hp! A narrowed Ford 9 inch rear and coil over front suspension with rack and pinion steering complete the build and make this an enjoyable to drive historic racing street rod.

HIGHLIGHTS • GM 527 cu 620 hp engine • Designed to handle up to 1000hp

Lot 23 Estimate: $65,000 - $75,000

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Lot 24

1984 Porsche 930 Turbo Built between 1975 and 1989 the Porsche 930 was known to the public as the 911 Turbo. During its production, it was the top of the range 911 model for its entire duration. At the time of introduction, it was the fastest production car available in Germany. Ferdinand Porsche appointed Ernst Furhman, who spearheaded Porsche’s turbo racing technology, developed through the company’s Can Am 917-10, 917-30 and Carrera 3.0 RS championship winning cars, to engineer the project. It was in 1984 that Porsche produced the fastest of the 930 Turbos with a 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 173 mph. Powered by the single turbocharged 3.3 liter flat six cylinder air cooled engine, it was truly a race ready street edition of the 911RS. An original unrestored two owner, 44,000 mile Arizona car from new, this Grand Prix white with black leather interior example is the most powerful of the vintage 911 Turbo. A European build, the performance exceeds any of the earlier US model turbos. An extensive list of service records from 1985, illustrate the care and attention given this ultimate German performer. The 911 Turbo was a direct descendant of Porsche’s conquering 934/935 racing cars that dominated the circuits around the world during the late 1970’s and early 80’s. With air cooled Porsches escalating at record rates, the 911 Turbo represents the most powerful and desirable of the 911 flat six series.

HIGHLIGHTS • 2 owner Arizona car • All service and maintenance record from new • most powerful of all 930 model Porsches

• European version • Sport exhaust

Lot 24 Estimate: $80,000 - $100,000

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1965 Chevy Impala SS Convertible In 1965 the Chevy Impala was totally redesigned with an “X” frame full width perimeter frame. Styled with fenders similar to the Corvette, the new body featured curved, frameless side glass, sharper angled windshield and fully redesigned front coil over suspension. The new Impala set an all time industry yearly sales record with more than 1 million units sold. This number still remains the industry sales benchmark. The Impala was available in 5 styles, 4 door sedan, 2 and 4 door hardtop, station wagon and convertible. Prices ranged from $2,670.00 to $3,760.00. A total of 243,114 convertible and coupe SS’s were built in 1965. The super sport had full wheel covers, full interior carpeting, front bucket seats, all vinyl trim, SS badging on door panels, and console with Rally clock. Other features included vacuum guage and Super Sport script on fenders and grille. Presented is a beautiful rust free Montana 1965 Chevy Impala SS convertible. Finished in artesian turquoise, it is complemented by its factory original white and aqua interior and white convertible top. It’s powered by the original matching numbers 327 cu in 300 hp engine, driven with hydramatic 3speed automatic transmission. With just 56,273 original miles, this SS has won many car shows with awards included.

HIGHLIGHTS • Rare SS convertible • Automatic transmission • 327 cu in 300 hp engine

• Just 56,723 original miles • Unrestored

Lot 25 Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000

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Lot 26

1987 Rolls Royce Corniche II Cabriolet

The Rolls Royce Corniche II, named for the French and Italian term for coastal road with steep mountain cliffs, is a front engine, rear wheel drive hand built 5 seater manufactured by Rolls Royce in both coupe and convertible bodies from 1971 to 1995. The Corniche was originally designed by John Polwhele Blatchley and assembled by Mulliner Park Ward. Powered by a 6.75 liter OHV V8, the Rolls Cabriolet had a top speed of 118 MPH. The Corniche II name was applied to the US market from 1986 and for others starting in 1988.

HIGHLIGHTS • Just 28,550 miles from new • Two California owners • Full service records

This beautiful Mulliner Park Ward bodied Corniche is a two owner California car with just 28,550 miles from new. Regularly serviced at Scott Motors in West Los Angeles, the white/tan/tan color combination is impeccable in every way. Comprehensive service records accompany the car as well as manuals and even the original flasks and shot glasses located in door panels. One of the finest and documented Corniches available on the market today.

• Most desirable Rolls-Royce model • Stunning color combination

Lot 26 Estimate: $70,000 - $80,000

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1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Ford discontinued the Ford Mustang GT as a result of sagging sales and the growing popularity of the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Offered as an option package, it was only available in the sports roof (fastback) body style. With more powerful engine options as well as updated high performance suspension, the Mach 1 provided even more performance options to the already established Boss and Shelby Models. The Mach 1970 Mach 1 presented here is a fully documented, with Marti Report, restoration completed just 1000 miles ago on a rust free 59,000 mile Arizona Car.

HIGHLIGHTS • Complete Marti report • Full restoration on matching numbers car • Many optional features

Highly optioned, this Mach 1 features such factory extras as Black Hood Stripe, FMX select shift transmission, Traction lock differential, Shaker Hood Scoop, Sport deck rear seat as well as dealer installed Rear deck spoiler and Window louvers. Power is provided by the Cleveland 351 cu in, 300 hp, 4V motor. Documentation of the complete restoration and Marti Report are included. It would be difficult to find a more original, fully documented Mach 1 than the one presented here.

• Automatic transmission • Just 59,000 original miles from new

Lot 27 Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000

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Lot 28

1998 Bentley Azure by Pininfarina

The Bentley Azure four seat convertible was built by Bentley Motors Limited in Crewe, England. The model debuted in 1995 on the Continental platform and was produced through 2003. A mere nine examples were produced in its initial year of manufacture. A total of 209 Azures were produced in 1998.

turbocharger producing 385 hp. Power was routed to the rear wheels through modified, General Motors sourced, four-speed automatic transmission. With a 0-60 time of 6.3 seconds and a top speed of 150 mph, the Azure was fast for a car of its size, weight and profile. The Azure was priced at $347,645.

Italian designer and coach builder Pininfarina assisted in the two-year process of turning the Continental R into a full four seat convertible, and also built the shell and soft top at their factory in Italy. Final assembly was carried out in Crewe

Offered is a two-owner Palm Springs California 1998 Bentley Azure in Silica with magnolia hides and contrasting piping. Magnificent care has obviously been appointed to this spotless drop-head coupe. All books are included and the vehicle has been maintained meticulously over the time of its ownership. An upgraded DVD player incorporating navigation has recently been installed.

Power came from the company’s 6.75 liter V8 featuring a single, intercooled Garret

HIGHLIGHTS • $347,000 new

• Complete service history

• 6.75 liter turbocharged engine

• California car from new

• impeccable condition

• 49,000 miles

Lot 28 Estimate: $50,000 - $60,000

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1964 Cadillac Deville Convertible

The Cadillac “Deville” model name is from the French de la ville or de ville words meaning “of the town” or town car. The second-generation Devilles were built from 1961 to 1964. Cadillac incorporated a minor facelift in 1964 as the 1963 and 1962 models were essentially the same. New up front was a bi-cingular grille that formed a V-shape along both its vertical and horizontal planes. Outer grill extension panels again housed the parking and cornering lamps. It was the 17th straight year for the Cadillac tail fins with a new fine-blade design continuing the tradition. Performance improvements included the new 429 cu in 340 hp engine and turbo hydra-matic transmission. Climate control, a completely automatic heating and airconditioning system, was introduced as an industry first. This would also be the first

HIGHLIGHTS • True survivor

year for the Deville Convertible. Offered is perhaps the finest original 1964 Cadillac Deville Convertible available to market today. With 100 percent original paint, interior and date coded top, where could you find a finer example in this state? A multiple award winner, recent maintenance and service, including brakes provide a driving experience second to none. Fully equipped with power steering , brakes, seats, windows, top and the rarest of rare, air conditioning. Included is the original window sticker and build sheet. Without question, this vintage Cadillac Deville Convertible is a museum piece and beautifully preserved survivor. A rare opportunity to own an unrestored treasure representing Cadillac’s golden years of convertible production.

• Full documentation including original window sticker

• All Original

• All power accessories

• First year for 429 cu in 340 hp engine

• 48,000 miles

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Estimate: $45,000 - $55,000

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Lot 30

2007 Twin EVO Custom Motorcycle

Built by the Godfather of custom bikes, Tom Anderson, this one of a kind custom twin EVO engine motorcycle, has won every competition and show it has been entered in. Among its awards is the World Famous Rat’s Hole Bike Show in Daytona, Fl. The build took over a year and 400 man-hours to complete. The twin 1350 Evo motors were polished and reworked by Kendall Johnson. A specially made Baker 6 speed transmission was built to compliment the twin-engine design. Belt driven, a a Dakota digital computer was utilized to drive all the electronics and hide unsightly wiring.

The Paintwork was created and executed by “Master Painter” Chris Cruz. Upholstery work and design was by T & M using custom Stingray skin seat cover. Wheels were purchased from the Sturgis Wheel Company. Probably the most outrageous and creative motorcycle of its time, the builder of multiple Sturgis Best of Show awards, Tom Anderson created a marvel of engineering and art in the build of this World Famous one of a kind motorcycle.

HIGHLIGHTS • Multiple show winner

• 6 speed transmission

• Built by Tom Anderson

• Chris Cruz Paintwork

• Twin EVO power

Lot 30 Estimate: $50,000 - $60,000

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1958 Pontiac Chieftain Station Wagon The Pontiac Chieftain, produced by Pontiac Motor Division from 1949 to 1958, was one of the all-new car designs following World War II. In all, three distinct generations of the model were produced. The third and final generation was discontinued following the 1958 model year, being replaced by the new Catalina in 1959. In 1958, the Chieftain went through another styling change. All models were given honeycomb grilles, quad head and taillights, concave rear fenders, and longer lower fenders. Air suspension would be an option. Offered is a beautiful red with matching red interior example of the Chieftain Station wagon. An absolutely rust free Chieftain model retaining its original appearance but with modern chassis improvements including brakes and suspension upgrades. What makes this particular wagon even more desirable is the optional 370 cu in Tripower motor. Rarely is a Chieftain, much less the rarer wagon model, equipped with the powerful optional engine. With a 3 speed Super Hydramatic transmission, the last year of the Chieftain is sure to appreciate in value over the coming years.

HIGHLIGHTS • 370 cu in V8 tri-power • Air bag suspension • Original interior

• Automatic Transmission • Disc brakes

Lot 31 Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

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Lot 32

1991 Corvette ZR-1

During 1986, General Motors acquired Group Lotus, the UK based engineering and performance car manufacturing firm. The Corvette team of engineers approached Lotus with the idea of developing the world’s fastest production sports car, based on the C4 generation platform. With some help from GM, Lotus designed a new engine to fit in place of the L98 V8. The result was the GM named LT-5, an all aluminum block with 4 overhead cams and 32 valves producing 375 hp. Lotus also helped develop upgraded braking and steering systems to keep up with the performance the LT-5 produced. It was the intent of GM, to make the ZR-1 not just a muscle car, but a world class road racing performer. Due to the complexity in assembling the advanced engine, GM contracted Mercury Marine to build the motors and ship them to Bowling Green, KY where the cars were built. The ZR-1 went on sale in 1990 and only as a coupe. However, it was different from

HIGHLIGHTS • Rare color combinatin • Just 712 original miles! • All original documentation and books

the standard model by incorporating a wider tail section, 11” inch wide rear wheels and squared taillights. The ZR-1 was priced, for its time, at an astonishingly high $58,995.00, nearly twice the amount of the base Corvette. Although the ZR-1 was extremely quick, 0-60 in 4.4 seconds and a top speed of 180+mph, the performance value was matched by its robustness. On March 1, of 1990, the ZR-1 set seven international speed records including the world record for endurance, covering 4,221 miles at an average speed of 175.885 mph. Presented is a stunning white on red 1991 Corvette ZR-1 with just 712 documented original miles. With original window sticker, all books, and delivery information, this ZR-1 is as new as if it was on the showroom floor. A certain “must have” for any Corvette collector.

• Fastest productin car of its time • Original MSRP window sticker

Lot 32 Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000

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Lot 33

1962 Mercedes Benz 190 SL The Mercedes Benz 190 SL is a two-door luxury roadster produced from 1955 to 1963. A total number of 25,881 190 SL’s were built during its production run, replaced in 1963 by the 230 SL. Referred to internally as the W121, it was first shown to the public at the New York Auto Show of 1954. Available with matching hardtop, the 190 SL was an attractive, more-affordable alternative to the Mercedes 300 SL, sharing the same basic styling, engineering and fully independent suspension. The 190 SL, however, did not use the tubular space frame of the 300 model, instead being built on a shortened monocoque chassis. Powered by a 1.9 liter 120 HP straight 4 SOHC engine, it was fitted with twin choke Solex carburetors. Top speed was 106 mph. Offered is a beautifully restored, no expense spared 1962 Mercedes Benz 190 SL. This last year of production model is unique in its robin’s egg blue with contrasting red interior and white top. Attention to detail is evident by the cleanliness and quality of the restoration. The underneath of the car and engine bay are just as spotless as the exterior and interior of the appreciating classic. With 300 SL’s selling for as much as two million dollars or more, the 190 SL is a relative bargain in the collector car market.

HIGHLIGHTS • Completely restored • Rare color combination • Last year of 190 SL production

• Great value • 4 cylinder 120 hp

Lot 33 Estimate: $175,000 - $225,000

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Lot 34

1940 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan Custom

Offered is a beautifully built, body off street rod creation based on the popular 1940 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan. Hundreds of hours were spent on this all steel build with attention to detail and craftsmanship. From its glass like Burgundy and grey two tone paint to its beautifully accented Grey cloth interior, it is obvious this build was a labor of love. Attention to drivability and reliability are evident with modern convenience features like automatic transmission, Power steering, power brakes and windows.

HIGHLIGHTS • All steel body • Automatic transmission • Beautiful grey cloth interior

The handing of the Tudor is enhanced with Mustang front suspension and rack and pinion steering. Front ride height is controlled with dual airbags. With four wheel disc brakes on all four corners, the Custom stops like a modern street car. Engine sound is provided by dual flowmasters and interior sound from Pioneer. Considering the time, money and effort put into this special build, it provides fantastic value versus the cost of a full street rod build.

• Power steering and brakes • Modern suspension and brakes

Lot 34 Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000

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1998 Mercedes Benz SL600

The Mercedes SL600 or “Sport Leicht” meaning light weight in English, featured a 6.0 liter 48 valve double overhead cam engine producing 389 hp and four speed automatic transmission. It would be the top model in the SL lineup. The new R129 design was initially introduced in 1990, replacing the hugely successful R107 model. The new SL received a new state of the art suspension and all new chassis utilizing a complete unibody design which defined the new R129 series. An automatically deployed roll bar that was activated in the event of a rollover was an engineering first. In 1994 Mercedes changed the nomenclature, placing the class designation in front of the engine displacement. The R129 Mercedes SL class is

HIGHLIGHTS • One owner

one of the finest engineered cars of its era. Built from 1990 till 2002, the SL600 is destined to be one of the rarest and most refined of the R129 series. Offered is a super clean one owner, local Las Vegas 1998 Mercedes SL600 Roadster. The SL600 has the optional sport package including chrome AMG wheels. Attention to care and detail is evident including a car fax certification. Presented in rare and unique color combination, this two top Benz represents the premier model in the SL model line up. With an new MSRP of over $94,000.00, this SL600 represents a true bargain in the collector car market.

• Both tops

• V -12

• Clean Car Fax

• AMG Sport Package

• 94,000 miles

Lot 35 Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000


Lot 36

1951 Chevy 3100 Pick Up

The first General Motors redesign post WWII was the Advance-Design Series of Pick up trucks. Boasting a larger, stronger and sleeker design, it provided a vast upgrade from the earlier AK Series. Produced from 1947-1955, the production run was eventually replace by the Task Force Series of trucks. Chevrolet had the number one selling pickup in 1951. With its 216.5 cubic inch/92 horsepower inline six cylinder motor, the 3100 set the standard for pick up trucks of this era. 1952 would find minor changes to the model 3100. Doors incorporated vent windows and beds would go from 9 board to 8 board planks. 1952 would also see the last year of the 80 mph speedometer, chrome window handle and wiper knobs.

The 3100 offered is an absolute nut and bolt restoration to the highest standard. Originally a rust free California truck, thousands of hours and dollars were spent in making this 1951 3100 a cosmetic and mechanical masterpiece. As presented, a finer example would be difficult to replicate. With attention to detail and authenticity, the restorer added “user friendly� rear differential allowing for a comfortable highway driving experience. Operator’s manual and a documented history of the restoration are included. Many rare options make this pick up a rare and collectible showpiece for the discriminating enthusiast demanding the finest representation of the model. Truly a Concours level 3100, it is unquestionably the finest Chevy 5-window on the market today.

HIGHLIGHTS • Rare 5 window cab • Frame off nut and bolt restoration • Many rare options and accessories

• Concous ready • California Truck

Lot 36 Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

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1989 Mercedes 560 SL In production from 1971-1989, the R-107 Class SL was the longest single series ever produced by Mercedes Benz. Often referred to as the best looking car produced by Mercedes to date, the 1989 model was the final year of production for this design and is not only considered the pinnacle of its development but also the most desirable. The car offered is a stunning late production 1989 in Ivory with Palamino leather interior. Built primarily for the American market the 560 SL was powered by the 5.6 liter 227 horsepower bosch fuel injected V8. A 2 owner California car from new, it shows just 23,500 carefully driven miles. There is not a blemish to be found on this well documented car with all records and manuals from new. With its removable hard top and “as new” German canvas soft top, the values of this timeless classic are steadily climbing to the status they rightly deserve.

HIGHLIGHTS • Completely original 2 owner California car • Documented service records from new • 23,500 miles

• Both tops • Last year fro the R - 107 Class SL

Lot 37 Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

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Lot 38

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 Tribute

Chevrolet produced the mid sized Chevelle from 1964 through 1977. The Chevelle was one of Chevrolet’s most successful nameplates during that period. It also provided the platform for the Monte Carlo model, which was first produced in 1970. The Malibu package was the premier Chevelle model through 1972. The SS option was Chevy’s answer to the muscle car segment, which was beginning to take off in the US market. Initially available in 8 different body configurations, the first generation Chevelles had six different engine and four transmission options to choose from. The 1970 Chevelle saw new sheet metal revisions, which gave the body a more “squared” appearance. Interiors were redesigned as well. Of the eight different body styles available in 1970, only three were available with the SS option; the Malibu 2 door sport coupe, convertible, and El Camino. 1970 also saw the introduction of the 454 cu in engine producing 360 hp in standard form and 450 hp with the LS6 option. The LS6 SS was timed in the low 12 seconds in the quarter mile making it one of the

HIGHLIGHTS • Completely rust free example • Big Block 454 engine • TH400 automatic transmission

faster production cars produced in 1970. The 454 cu in motor was exclusive to SS models only. Presented is a 1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6 tribute restoration. The build began on a solid rust free southwestern Malibu sport coupe with no apparent prior accident damage. A rebuilt 454 cu in engine, de-stroked to 427 cu in using a RV cam was installed, as was a period correct TH400 automatic transmission. A more user- friendly rear differential was fitted in order to facilitate highway driving. SS 454 exterior badging, 454 valvle covers, upgraded ignition, working A/C and power brake booster were added. Reproduction SS wheels with oversized rear tires complete the LS6 look. An updated Pioneer sound system was installed with more powerful amp and subwoofer speaker. With original LS6’s bringing over six figures, this tribute edition represents a great opportunity to experience big block muscle at a significantly lower investment.

• Rare air conditioning • First year for the 454 ss LS6 model

Lot 38 Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

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Lot 39

1954 Chevrolet Belair Coupe

The Chevrolet Bel Air was produced in the United States from 1950 until 1975. Initially, it was offered as Chevy’s only 2-door coupe. In 1953 the Bel Air was changed from a body design to a hi-end trim level. The revolutionary new style was designed to replicate a convertible but with a non-detachable solid roof. Available in 1953 is models 150 and 210, the Bel Air was advertised as “Entirely new, through and through.” While maintaining similar frames and mechanicals of the earlier models, new body panels were styled as well as front and rear sheet metal. In 1954 Bel Airs were available in convertible, hardtop coupe, two and four door sedans as well as the Beauville station wagon, which appeared in “Woody” trim. Available powertrain options were the 215.5 cu in 92 hp and 235.5 “Blue Flame” 125

HIGHLIGHTS • Continental Kit • “Blue Flame” 125 hp motor

hp engines as well as 3 speed manual and 2 speed powerglide transmissions. Presented is a recently restored 1954 Chevy Bel Air. Its two-tone color is accented with continental kit, added chrome trim and 15 inch wheels with period correct Coker tires. Sound is provided through an aftermarket stereo, iPod, mp3 and CD player mounted in the glove Box. Power is from the “Blue Flame” 125 hp six cylinder engine and two speed automatic transmission. The Bel Air has been lowered to improve handling. With major maintenance including exhaust gaskets, rods, lifters, complete suspension rebuild, brakes, water pump, battery, all fluids, fuel tank and 12 volt alternator, this 54 Bel Air is ready to cruise!

• Automatic Transmission • Fully Serviced

Lot 39 Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000

Terms and Conditions We advise all bidders to read the Terms and Conditions of the Sale before bidding with Dan Morphy Auctions LLC and/or its affiliates, Morphy Automobile Auctions LLC, and Morphy Auctions, Las Vegas collectively referred to below as DMA. Those who bid are bound by those Terms and Conditions of the Sale, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of the sale between the successful bidder (purchaser), DMA and the seller (consignor) of the lot. TERMS OF SALE When bidding on any lot offered by DMA, the bidder indicates acceptance of the following Terms of Sale. Any participation in the auction binds you to agreement of these terms whether or not you read or understand said terms. CONDITION OF ITEMS DMA makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales, however all items for sale are “as is,” and it is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine the exact condition of each item. DMA will not be held responsible for typographical errors. All written and oral descriptions of the Vehicles or related information, including, but not limited to, descriptions in any catalogue or other Auction-related materials, postings, announcements, press releases, advertisements, any bill of sale or invoice, and any statements or affirmations made by or on behalf of DMA prior to or at the Auction, including, without limitation, any reference to a Vehicle as being a particular model, make, or type or the rarity or uniqueness or provenance thereof, are only statements of opinion and not statements of fact and do not, and shall not under any circumstances be deemed to, create or constitute representations or warranties of any kind by DMA or the seller. Each bidder and Buyer hereby acknowledges and agrees that they are not entitled to rely, and they each agree not to rely, upon any of such descriptions, statements, affirmations, information or materials for any purpose, and that none of the foregoing are a part of the basis of the bargain of the purchase and sale of any Vehicle nor do or shall any of the foregoing supersede or modify any of the General Conditions. All items will be available for preview one (1) months prior to the auction.

COMPANY’S INTEREST IN PROPERTY All Vehicles in this Auction are offered by DMA as agent for the seller and not on behalf of DMA. DMA shall not have any liability or responsibility for any act, omission, default or failure by seller. INSPECTION OF VEHICLES Bidders are responsible to inspect the Vehicles prior to bidding, and satisfy themselves, as to the condition of the Vehicles and all other matters relating to the Vehicles, including, without limitation, condition, title, importance, value, quality, authenticity, description (including, without limitation, the catalogue description), provenance and whether or not any Vehicle complies with any applicable federal, state or other laws or regulations of any kind, and to identify any repairs, restoration or replacement parts and to ascertain completeness. As the condition and other potentially relevant matters related to a Vehicle are not necessarily easily determined, and DMA does not claim or possess any peculiar knowledge or experience in determining such matters nor access to relevant information, DMA does not, and does not assume any obligation or responsibility to, undertake a level of inspection necessary to obtain or verify such information, including, without limitation, any catalogue or other description or announcement or affirmation, and DMA relies upon information provided by the seller. An employee, officer, agent or representative of DMA may provide a limited verbal or written condition report upon request. However, DMA does not assume any responsibility to determine the condition of any Vehicle and any condition report (and/ or any other description or information provided relating to the Vehicle, including in the Auction catalogue) is not intended to and does not negate or modify the “As Is – No Warranty” or any other provisions of these Conditions of Sale, and contains only statements of opinion and not statements of fact and shall not be deemed to create representations or warranties of any kind, and in no event shall DMA or any of its directors, employees, officers, agents or representatives have any liability or responsibility for any matters relating to or arising out of such report and/or the condition of any Vehicle, regardless of the content or omissions of, or any errors in, the report. The absence with regard to a Vehicle of any mention of repairs, damage, replacement parts or restoration in any condition report, catalogue description or statements by DMA shall not be deemed to mean the Vehicle is free of

the foregoing nor shall reference to any of the foregoing be deemed to exclude any others. Bidders are provided an opportunity to inspect the Vehicles prior to bidding and are invited and strongly encouraged to conduct and must solely rely upon their own independent inspection and examination of any Vehicle and all matters relating thereto before placing any bid. CERTIFICATE OF TITLE DMA MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO ANY EXISTING CERTIFICATE OF TITLE OR REGISTRATION WITH REGARD TO ANY VEHICLE. IT IS THE BIDDER’S AND BUYER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE ITS OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION WITH REGARD TO THE TITLE, INCLUDING EXAMINING ANY AND ALL DOCUMENTATION PERTAINING TO THE TITLE PROVIDED BY THE SELLER AND MADE AVAILABLE BY DMA PRIOR TO THE AUCTION, AND DETERMINING WHETHER A VEHICLE CAN BE REGISTERED. DMA DOES NOT GUARANTEE OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY THAT ANY OR ALL TITLE DOCUMENTATION OR REGISTRATION WILL SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF ANY STATE IN THE UNITED STATES OR OF ANY FOREIGN GOVERNMENT, AND DMA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WITH REGARD TO WHETHER OR NOT SUCH DOCUMENTATION IS ACCEPTABLE, COMPLETE OR ADEQUATE, OR OTHERWISE IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, AND ALL SUCH TITLE DOCUMENTATION IS PROVIDED BY THE SELLER AND DMA DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY WITH REGARD TO SUCH TITLE DOCUMENTATION OR THE QUALITY OR MARKETABILITY OF TITLE TO ANY VEHICLE. THE BUYER OF A VEHICLE IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLYING WITH ALL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AS TO SUCH VEHICLE. ROADWORTHINESS/COMPLIANCE Not withstanding any verbal or written statement or description of any kind regarding any Vehicle, whether by or on behalf of DMA or seller, including, without limitation, in the catalogue for the Auction, all Vehicles are sold “as is” and only as collector’s items and Vehicles may not be suitable for use on the road. The Buyer of any Vehicle who intends to use the Vehicle on the road is responsible for determining roadworthiness and for complying with all applicable regulations regarding title, registration, insurance, emission control, safety equipment and the Buyer assumes all risk of whether any such Vehicle will or does comply, and neither DMA nor seller shall have any liability

or responsibility of any kind for failure to comply or lack of roadworthiness by any Vehicle. BIDDING RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES If a lot does not receive a bid of 50% of the low estimate, the lot will be passed by the auctioneer. The auctioneer will determine the highest bidder. The auctioneer alone has the right to reopen the bidding of an item if deemed necessary due to a dispute. If there is a tie bid between the floor and Internet or absentee bid, the floor bid takes precedence. DMA and its representatives reserve the right to remove those attendees who impede preview and/or the auction. The fall of the Auctioneer’s hammer marks the acceptance of the Buyer’s bid and a contract of purchase and sale is made between the Buyer and seller. DMA is not a party to the contract of purchase and sale and DMA shall not be liable or responsible for any breach or default of such contract by either Buyer or seller. Subject to the General Conditions, including, without limitation, the Buyer’s fulfillment of Buyer’s obligations and covenants under these Conditions of Sale, title to the specified Vehicle shall pass to the Buyer when the full Purchase Price (as defined below) is paid in accordance with these Conditions of Sale. Upon the fall of the hammer, the Buyer is thereupon responsible for and assumes all risk of loss or damage to such Vehicle. DMA, its employees, officers, directors, agents and representatives shall not be liable for any loss or damage to or any loss or damage caused by any Vehicle at any time. Immediately following the fall of the hammer, the Buyer shall be required to execute a Confirmation of Purchase, which confirms Buyer’s purchase of the Vehicle as announced by the Auctioneer. Whether or not the bidder is acting as an agent, unless DMA is notified in writing by the principal in advance of the Auction that the bidder is acting as an agent for the principal and DMA accepts in writing in its discretion such notice, the bidder shall be deemed to be bidding as a principal for its own account and shall be personally responsible for payment in full of the Purchase Price as Buyer and for fulfillment of Buyer’s obligations and covenants under the General Conditions. All sales are final. No person shall be entitled to bid or shall bid at the Auction unless they have complied with the requirements of the General Conditions, including, without limitation, registering in advance with DMA by completing all such registration and other forms and providing financial and other information as DMA in

its discretion may request or require. The buyer will then assume all risk and full responsibility of the lot purchased once ownership has changed. •

ABSENTEE BIDDING - DMA will accept absentee bids if pre-authorized by mail, fax or through www. online. Absentee bidders must use the absentee bid form and clearly mark the lot number, title and maximum bid amount. Absentee bidding forms may be accessed online at If there are two (2) identical bids placed on the same item, priority will be given to the first bid received. All bids must be left in increments as explained on our bid form. If a bid is “out of increment,” the auctioneer has the right to round the bid up to the next correct increment. Bidders may preview, register and place bids online through our website, Seller(s) agree to allow the Auctioneer to accept and execute absentee bids in a competitive manner for potential buyers and under the Morphy Auctions absentee bidding terms and conditions. During the live sale, the auctioneer will execute your absentee bid competitively up to the maximum amount you have indicated.

ONLINE BIDDING - Online bidding through www., Live Auctioneers, and Proxibid is also available; all Terms and Conditions still apply. If there is a tie bid between the internet bidding venues and the floor, the floor bid takes precedence.

TELEPHONE BIDDING - Requests for phone lines must be received at least three (3) days prior to the auction date. DMA cannot guarantee phone lines but will make every attempt to accommodate those who wish to participate through that method. Phone lines are provided on a first come first served basis. Please visit or call 717335-3435 to request a call from our representatives during the live auction.

ESTIMATES Estimates (which do not include the Buyer’s premium or any taxes) for the Vehicles printed in this catalogue are only opinions, are prepared well in advance of the Auction, are subject to change and may be amended either

orally or in writing prior to or at the Auction. Estimates should not be relied upon, and each bidder and Buyer hereby agrees not to rely upon any estimate, as fact or a guarantee or prediction of the actual selling price or value of a Vehicle, and DMA shall not have any liability with regard to any estimates under any circumstances. RESERVES The majority of our items are unreserved, but occasionally items may carry a moderate reserve. Please note that when a lot carries a reserve, the reserve will not be greater than the low estimate. In the case of a reserved item, the seller has authorized the auctioneer to bid on their behalf until the reserve price is reached. BUYER’S PREMIUM A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase cost. SALES TAX Lots delivered to you, or your representative are subject to all applicable state and local taxes, unless appropriate permits are on file with DMA. Bidder agrees to pay DMA the actual amount of tax due in the event that sales tax is not properly collected due to: 1) an expired, inaccurate, or inappropriate tax certificate or declaration, 2) an incorrect interpretation of the applicable statute, 3) or any other reason. The appropriate form or certificate must be on file at and verified by DMA five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or certificate is received by DMA within 4 days after the Auction can a refund of tax paid be made. Lots from different auctions may not be aggregated for sales tax purposes. PAYMENT All merchandise must be paid in full within three (3) days of the date of the sale. We accept certified checks, wire transfers, money orders, and cash. If you wish to pay by personal or company check you must have submitted a bank letter of credit that is verified by DMA five days prior to the Auction. Unless otherwise agreed to by DMA in writing, DMA will not accept payment of any portion of the Purchase Price from any party other than the Buyer. Title to a Vehicle does not pass to the Buyer, and the Vehicle will not be released to

a Buyer, until good and cleared funds in the amount of the full Purchase Price are received by DMA in accordance with the General Conditions. In the few situations where a successful bidder does not remit payment when due, DMA will proceed with the legal steps necessary to protect its interests and will block the bidder from future auction participation. COLLECTION, REMOVAL AND STORAGE Buyer must comply with all of the General Conditions, including, but not limited to, DMA shall have received payment in full, in good cleared funds, of the Purchase Price, and all Vehicles must be removed from the Auction site at Buyer’s risk and expense, by 5:00 pm local time of the Auction location on the Wednesday following the completion of the Auction. If not removed timely by Buyer, in addition to any and all other remedies and rights DMA may have, DMA shall have the right (but not the obligation) to remove any Vehicle at Buyer’s sole risk and expense and store it, at Buyer’s account, including, without limitation, removal, storage, transportation and handling expenses and costs and applicable taxes, at a third-party warehouse, and Buyer hereby grants DMA an irrevocable power of attorney to remove and store such vehicles at Buyer’s expense. Except in DMA’s sole discretion, no Vehicle shall be released to Buyer until DMA has received payment in full, in good cleared funds, of the Purchase Price for the Vehicle, and Buyer has fully complied with the General Conditions. ROADWORTHINESS/COMPLIANCE Notwithstanding any verbal or written statement or description of any kind regarding any Vehicle, whether by or on behalf of DMA or seller, including, without limitation, in the catalogue for the Auction, all Vehicles are sold “as is” and only as collector’s items and Vehicles may not be suitable for use on the road. The Buyer of any Vehicle who intends to use the Vehicle on the road is responsible for determining roadworthiness and for complying with all applicable regulations regarding title, registration, insurance, emission control, safety equipment and the Buyer assumes all risk of whether any such Vehicle will or does comply, and neither DMA nor seller shall have any liability or responsibility of any kind for failure to comply or lack of roadworthiness by any Vehicle.



BID INCREMENTS Bid increments listed are a general guideline. Actual increments are at the auctioneer’s discretion. $0 – $500 ⁄ $25 $500 – $1,000 ⁄ $50 $1,000 – $2,000 ⁄ $100 $2,000 – $5,000 ⁄ $250 $5,000 – $10,000 ⁄ $500 $10,000 – $30,000 ⁄ $1,000 $30,000 – $50,000 ⁄ $2,000 $50,000 – $100,000 ⁄ $5,000 $100,000 – $500,000 ⁄ $10,000

Automobile Auction Fresh to the Market Collections

If a bid is left that does not comply with the stipulated increments, the auctioneer has the right to round your bid to the next increment. The auctioneer will execute your absentee bid competitively, up to the maximum amount you have indicated, as the live auction is taking place.

1954 Chevrolet Corvette

M AY 1 6 , 2 0 1 5 • D E N V E R, PA

You can now bid

by phone


in person

1915 Harley-Davidson

1958 Mercedes 190 SL

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pace Car

1968 Plymouth Barracuda

All automobiles shown will be at auction May 16, 2015. For information on consigning, or bidding, please feel free to contact one of our experts. 877-968-8880 | |


Auction: Automobiles - April 25, 2015 Step 1 - Circle Bidding Option Phone Line

Absentee Bid

Phone line: Morphy Auctions staff will call you 5 lots prior to the item(s) you wish to bid on. Absentee: Morphy Auctions staff will execute your left bid(s) as if you were in attendance.

Step 2 - List Lot/Bid Information

4520 Arville St., Suite 1 Las Vegas, NV 89103 702-382-2466 877-968-8880

Please print clearly.

Step 3 - Fill Out Personal Contact Info

Please print clearly.

Name Address City State


Phone Line 1 Phone Line 2 Email

I accept that all bids do not include the buyer’s premium of 10%. I accept that all bids are subject to the TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE printed in the catalog. My Signature serves as an agreement to the terms stated on this from. Bid Increments: $0 - $500/$25

$10,000 - $30,000/$1,000

$500 - $1,000/$50

$30,000 - $50,000/$2,000

$1,000 - $2,000/$100

$50,000 - $100,000/$5,000

$2,000 - $5,000/$250

$100,000 - $500,000/$10,000

$5,000 - $10,000/$500


Emergency bids are executed only if Morphy Auctions is unable to contact the bidder via the phone number(s) provided.

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Proven Market Success Our Divisions: Advertising & General Store Automobilia & Petroliana Coin-Op & Gambling Toys & Pop Culture Cast Iron



Dolls & Bear Mechanical & Still Banks Figural Cast Iron Americana & Folk Art Prehistoric American Artifacts & Minerals Fine & Decorative Arts Coins, Jewelry & Silver Firearms $287,500


“Specializing in Fresh to the Market Collections�

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4520 Arville St., Suite 1 • Las Vegas, NV 89103 | | 702-382-2466 • 877-968-8880

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