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2016 BRICKYARD AUCTION JUNE 18, 2016 | INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY


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LOT #59 : 1986 March Cosworth IndyCar in Al Unser Sr. Livery

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LOT #50 : 1987 Lola Chevrolet IndyCar ex-Mario Andretti

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Lot 56 1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8


ot 01 L 1973 Fiat 500 Designer: Dante Giacosa Estimate: $14,000 - $18,000 Chassis Number: 110F 5182728 Engine: 594 cc 2 Cylinder Single Weber Carburetor / 22 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Drum Brakes •

Long Term Ownership

Highly Original Older Restoration

Honest Presentation with Nice Patina

The Model: They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and no truer statement could be made about the Fiat 500. The first 500s were released to the Italian public in 1957, the product of post-war design. In order to sell cars post-war, they needed to be efficient and practical and as it turns out, kind of cute. The revolutionary design rethought every aspect of the car from the cabin to the suspension and springs, every component doing more with less. The somewhat forgotten economy car has recently seen a resurgence in popularity partially due to the re-release of the new Fiat 500. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car - The beneficiary of an older restoration, this Italian does show the signs of being enjoyed by its previous owner, it’s plainly clear at first glance there is plenty of life left in this micro. The yellow paint largely shows well with the exception of a couple chips from being on the road. While not a priority for a driver’s car, the chrome does show some pitting. The inside remains clean and complete with complimentary brown vinyl seat that shows very little wear. The beauty of this little wonder is that it is mechanically well sorted and still serves the purpose it was always intended to. It continues to be a fun way to cruise around the city. If you want an enjoyable classic to scoot around the local car scene in, consider this the Fiat for you. 11 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 02 L 1969 Dodge Charger Coupe Designer: Richard Sias Estimate: $24,000 - $30,000 Chassis Number: XP29F9B188868 Engine: 318 cid V-8 2-bbl carb / 230 hp Center Console Mounted Torqueflite Automatic Transmission Power Brakes

The Model: The second generation of Chargers took to the streets in 1968 sporting their Richard Sias designed double-diamond Coke-bottle profile and hide-away headlights. The 1969 model had just a few subtle differences over the previous year including a new grille with a center divider, and new longitudinal taillights. The base model was available with a 230 HP 318 cid V8. Two 383 engine options were available in ’69, the 383 2-barrel rated at 290 HP and the 383 4-barrel rated at 330 HP. Gearheads could opt-up for the 440 Magnum or 426 Hemi V8s with Carter AVS carb and larger exhaust manifolds. In the era of the muscle car, Dodge was turning out top notch designs with the ultimate cool factor and ample power.

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Lifetime Texas Car

Durable 727 Torqueflite Transmission

Mechanically Well Sorted

The Car: The Charger model presented here is powered by the standard 318 cid V8, rated at 230 HP, paired with automatic torqueflite transmission and center console-mounted shifter. A white vinyl top compliments the matching white vinyl interior, making the green paint look extra sharp. The present owner has indicated that the vehicle was purchased from the original owner’s family. As the story goes, the original owner drove home the car one day and parked it in the garage where it stayed for many years, not running, and collecting dust. In 2008 the current owner was able to purchase the car and became the new curator of this timepiece. In mid-2008, new engine and transmission mounts were added, as well as a heater valve, heater core, new steering box, and new electrical and dash harness. The suspension system saw new shackles, new leaf springs, and replaced strut rod bushings. Later new fuel lines were installed and the carburetor was overhauled. Other updates in late 2008 included a new water pump, all engine belts, and a fresh cooling system flush with new fluids. The air conditioning system was repaired in 2009 and updated with a new wiring harness. In 2010, the owner treated the car to re-chromed bumpers, and in the preceding year some bodywork and painting. In 2013, the Charger saw new brakes and a new power brake booster. Needless to say, this car has been in good hands, and will be a great car for a Mopar guy or gal.


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ot 03 L 1966 Volkswagen Beetle “1300” Coupe Designer: Dr. Ferry Porsche Estimate: $12,000 - $17,000 Chassis Number: 116944466 Decoded: 11=“Beetle” Sedan; 6=1966 model year; 44466=unit number Engine: 1285 cc Horizontally Opposed 4-cyl. 1-barrel Carburetor/50 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 13,471 Miles Showing The Car: This delightful little “Bug” has been given a recent cosmetic restoration as well as a thorough reconditioning of the mechanics. The serial number for this car indicates it was produced at the Wolfsburg plant during the month of May 1966, while the engine, an original “F0” series motor, dates from October 1965. Finished in a two-tone scheme of Bahama Blue with Ivory side inserts, this popular compact is an appealing little machine. With its trademark exhaust, the engine comes to life easily and upon being given a short test drive went through all the gears nicely, with straight steering and quick acting brakes. It is fitted with a period correct AM radio that appears to be a genuine Sapphire unit. Aside from the speedometer, the only other instrumentation is the fuel-level gauge. The interior has been redone in a white vinyl-blue cloth scheme that harmonizes with the exterior finish. And when you want to go on road trip, just throw you bags up on the handy vintage roof rack mounted to this car. A lot of fun is in store for the new owner of this iconic little Beetle.

Iconic Design with Fitted Roof Rack

Restored for Driving Pleasure

Air-Cooled Excitement

The Model: After the end of WWII, what was left of the Volkswagen factory fell into the British sector of a defeated Germany. While the Third Reich had died, the dedication to perfection and post-war success carried on in the post-war days. Using pre-war tooling and meager natural resources, the Volkswagen Type 11 returned to production in late 1946. Constant improvement to the original package was VW’s goal and by 1966, these little “Beetles”, as they were affectionately called, had won the world. For 1966, the new 1300 series was released as well as a number of little things such as ventilated slotted wheels for better cooling of the brakes, four-way emergency flashers, a new style horn-ring and the high-beam headlight control being moved to the turn-signal lever, setting and industry standard. Despite high volume production, build quality was so high that to properly close a door you had to roll the window down a bit due to how tight the fit and finish was.


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1962 Triumph TR-3 Designer: Walter Belgrove Estimate: $24,000 - $30,000

Small Mouth TR2 Front End

Older Well Maintained Restoration

Reliable Driver Ready to be Enjoyed

Chassis Number: TS80209L Engine: 2138 cc Inline 4 Cylinder Dual SU Carburetors / 100 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive Front Disc Rear Drum Brakes

The Model: If you can’t join them, beat them? After failed acquisition attempts by Standard Motor Company of Morgan Motor Company, company brass decided they would build a sports car that would not only challenge the MG’s and even the Porsches. The resulting car was Triumph TR2 that would remain in production from 1953 to 1955. The short life of the TR2 did not, however, mean the Triumph legacy was dead. The TR3 hit the market in 1955 and would be the Triumph flagship until 1962. The TR3 was much heavier than its counterparts but at 100 horsepower, Triumph’s roadster was a worthy competitor. 16 WW W W. W. M MO OT TO OS ST TA AL LG G II A A .. C CO OM M W


The Car: In an inquisitive white, with just enough blue to leave you asking if it’s truly there, this Triumph is clean and smooth with a great finish. The front grille pays homage to the TR2’s small mouth design, setting this TR3 apart from the rest. The interior is done in black, trimmed with body colored piping adding just a pop of needed color to the cabin space. Mechanically well sorted this roadster is a great driver. The engine is well tuned and reliable. Showing an older but professional restoration, this little classic is clear that has been kept inside climate control garage most if not all of its life. We are happy to report that the previous restoration went as far as outsourcing a “Lucas” battery and “LECARRA” steering wheel. The wire wheels matched with wire headlight covers and proper 2 side-draft carburetors simply scream classic British performance. If you enjoy Sunday drives on twisting roads you must try it in this TR3. WW W W. W. M MO OT TO OS ST TA AL LG G II A A .. C CO OM M W


ot 05 L The Model: Released as part of the new E-24 platform, the 635CSI was the most powerful of BMW’s 6-Series. Available across the world in 1979, but Americans would have to wait until 1985 to get theirs. They were worth the wait. The new more powerful shark-nosed bimmer was available with a close ratio 5-speed and enjoyed a flat torque curve from the new small-bore-short-stroke engine. Its restyle body and interior moved BMW into what was the modern era of motoring. 18 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


1985 BMW 635 CSI Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000

Chassis Number: WBAEC710409402116 Engine: 3.5 Liter 218 Hp Inline 6-Cylinder 5-Speed Manual Transmission 4-Wheel disc Brakes Odometer: 68,600 Miles

Survivor Quality Car

Rare Euro Spec Example

Pre-emergent Classic

The Car: Covered in an almost threatening black paint, this Euro-spec model does show some imperfections, but that should be expected from a 30-year-old factory paint job. This survivor has only benefitted from an interior freshening, leaving a clean and correct classic. Mechanically well sorted and maintained, it was recently given a new clutch slave cylinder and master cylinder and tires. This BMW will soon be the darling of the auction scene. Grab one of the good ones before the market gobbles them up. 19 19 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 06 L 1976 Datsun 280Z Fastback Coupe Designer: Yoshihiko Matsuo

Estimate: $28,000 - $37,000 Chassis Number: HLS30299543 Decoded: H=2.8 Liter “L28E” engine; L=Left hand drive; S30=280Z Coupe; 299542=Unit sequence number Engine: 2753cc SOHC in-line 6-cyl Electronic Fuel Injection/170 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes

Well Maintained Original Car

Mechanically Sound and Cosmetically Pleasing

Quickest Edition of the Original Z-Car Family

Odometer: 98,395 Miles Showing

The Model: When Datsun first came to the USA, they found their cars to be under-powered for the ways Americans drove. Yutaka Katayama, or Mr. K as he is fondly called by Datsun fans, had his designers and engineers go back to the drawing board and when they came back to North America, their vehicles soon proved themselves to be every bit as good as the domestic brands. While sedans were the bread and butter, Mr. K knew that sporty speedy cars would bring in the showroom traffic needed to sell the family vehicles. Building on a legacy established with the Fairlady roadsters from the late 1960s, the new Z-car would take the market by storm. With styling resembling the popular Ferrari California coupe, and performance not that far behind, a new cult of Japanese sports car fans grew quickly. Many stock examples were souped-up, prepped for racing or had the wheels driven off of them. Original examples have become increasingly rare as the legions of Z-car fans continues to grow.

The Car: Through careful preservation the 1976 Datsun 280Z, which we are honored to offer, is about as stock as you could wish. Under the hood that potent and reliable L28 edition of the in-line six stands ready to roar to life showing no changes since it was built, with the exception of required maintenance. Our inspection of the engine looked like it has never been apart since it was installed. The Silver Metallic finish does have a light patina, to be expected after 40 years, but the interior is clean, complete and very presentable. The only thing we found changed was the addition of a modern stereo with CD changer included. Starting up easily, running through the gears is simple, with a light flick of the wrist. The exterior appear to be all original with no signs of any body panel damage, replacement or repair. As the interest in these cars continues to grow, values have been steadily tracked upwards, and the potential for this 280Z is above most.

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ot 07 L 1998 G-Force Oldsmobile IndyCar Estimate: $ 30,000 - $45,000 •

Sold on Bill of Sale

Eddie Cheever Racing Team Car

Car is Confirmed Registered Indy Racing League Serial # 98503

GForge Company of England-chassis # GF-012

1997 Driver Was Jeff Ward

1998 Driver Was Steve Knapp

Repainted and Lettered In 1997 Team / Driver Livery

Car Had Been In A Private Collection For Several Years

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G-Force Technologies was established in 1991 for the sole purpose of producing winning racing chassis. Based in England their cars were soon making news around the world and for the 1997 season, the Indy Race League announced that one of a limited number of chassis allowed would be G-Force. Fitted with its 3,995 cc, Oldsmobile Aurora V8 engine, which is believed to have produced 650 HP in its prime, provides the structure of the drive-train, and sets a proper platform to have its internal components overhauled bringing them back to life. It is reported that the original electrical components do not currently accompany the car. Originally fitted with 4-wheel independent unequal arm suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes when brought back to racing life this car will certainly be a thrill ride. This particular car was powered by a specially prepared racing engine from the Oldsmobile Division of General Motors and was effectively the same Northstar produced V8 engine found in the Aurora passenger car. The major difference was in horsepower ratings as in the stock form it could produce about 250 HP, on the race track that number was increased just a bit, to 650 HP! Simply put it was a screamer. A recent transfer to the IRL was Jeff Ward who had made quite a name for himself in the world of MotoCross. Driving an IndyCar was a totally different experience but he was lucky enough and confident enough to score a ride with Team Cheever and was able to qualify for the 1997 Indianapolis 500. His qualifying run was strong enough to get him a position in the second row, spot #6, and he was excited. Rain delayed the start of the race by one day, and on day two rain forced the race to be red-flagged. The race finally ran on the Tuesday after Memorial Day. There were a number of controversies, but none of those affected the third place finish for Ward. His positive attitude also won him Rookie of the Year honors. The following year, Steve Knapp took over as the driver of this G-Force, where he went from the center spot in the 8th row, to duplicate Ward’s performance taking a 3rd place overall, which would be Knapp’s career-best finish, gave the car its second consecutive rookie of the year performance. After its days on the track, this G-Force Indy car was retired and has spent many years in a private collection. While the car still retains an original Oldsmobile Aurora racing engine, the vehicle doesn’t currently run as the electronics were removed by the factory before releasing it. Presented in the same #52 “FirstPlus” Financial livery that it wore when Jeff Ward was at the wheel, this is a very unique piece of racing history that is well-known, and easy to verify. One interesting note is that today those special racing wheels are wearing a set of Firestone Firehawk racing tires, but on that day back in 1997 with Ward at the wheel, Goodyear was the supplier for this car, and it is still wearing that sponsor’s decals prominently. This vehicle is sold on a bill of sale only.

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L ot 08 1951 Chevrolet 3100 ½-Ton Pickup Designer: Harley Earl GM VP of Styling Estimate: $ 30,000 - $40,000 •

Iconic Design

Rugged and Proven with Style and Elegance

Restored and Ready for Touring or Showing

Chassis Number: 20JPE5638 Decoded: 20= Los Angeles ; J=1951 P= 3100 series E= May 5638=Serial Engine: 216 cid, OHV in-line 6-cylinder engine 1-Barrel Carburetor/ 90 bhp 3-Speed Column Shift Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Model: In 1947, Chevrolet moved the commercial vehicle world forward into the post-war era with their Advanced Designed line of Suburbans, vans, panels and pickup trucks. The half-ton versions were placed in the 3100 series and for the first time could be appointed with accessories on a par with passenger cars. While the majority of the trucks were placed into utilitarian uses, a few of these ended up in a lighter-duty role, Regardless of what task they were asked to perform these trucks were tough and today their survival is quite high considering they were hitting the market some 68 years ago. The Car: This truck was given a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration a few years ago. During the painting process, all metal surfaces were stripped clean at which time any minor repairs were performed. Today it sports a beautifully chromed grille, front and rear chrome bumpers and a set of period correct whitewall tires. The restoration also features a beautifully finished wood floor for the bed. Under the hood the rebuilt “six” has been authentically finished in Navy Gray and topped with a chrome valve cover. Inside the cab of this truck, you’ll find the factory heater-defroster mounted and a recovered vinyl seat that completes the interior appointment in the style of the era. Over the past few years, light-duty commercial vehicles have been capturing the interest of more and more collectors which has seen their values constantly rising. Ahead of the pack has been Chevy’s Advanced Design pickup and this one is worthy of being a leader.

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1972 Triumph TR6 Convertible Coachbuilder: Karmann of West Germany Estimate: $23,000 - $30,000

Chassis Number: CC075323L Decoded: CC=2.5L carbureted engine; 075373=Unit number; L=Left hand drive. Engine: 2498cc/SOHC in-line 6-cyl. 3XWeber DCOE40 Weber Carburetors/106 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 51,540 Miles Showing

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Excellent Driver Quality Car

3 Weber Carbs

Ralley Wheels with Redline Tires

The Model: Following the trend for more powerful sports cars, Triumph-Standard had created a rather respectable entry with the TR250, which was a stepping stone from the world of four-bangers to an in-line six. While the TR250 was in production for just a few months, a new modern package was developed and thus was born the TR6. With design elements from earlier models carefully applied to a new shell developed by Karmann of West Germany, the TR6 was an immediate hit. Due to emissions issues, cars sold in the USA were equipped with carburetors employing a triple set of double-pumper Webers which delivered plenty of power. Handling was vastly improved over earlier models due in part to the superb design of the semi-trailing independent rear suspension with cast aluminum arms. Today enthusiasts love the TR6 and it has become a perfect blend of sports car performance with just a bit more comfort for the driver and occupants.

The Car: Finished in white with black bucket seats, this is simply a fun car to own and drive. Described by our consignor as “just about perfect”, it appears to have been treated to a cosmetic restoration several years ago. While quite presentable, upon close inspection there are a couple of minor issues, easily overlooked when you climb behind the wheel, fire up the engine and start down the road. This is a true driver quality car but shows that it has been cared for. Under the hood all is in order with the trio of Webers singing a pretty song whenever they’re allowed. A full set of gauges are mounted in the genuine wood-faced dashboard, the seats show only minimal wear while the black soft top looks to be nearly new with the clear plastic windows being clean and clear. Riding on original Rally Wheels and a set of red-line tires, this isn’t a car that should be put away and never used, but should be taken out and driven on a regular occasion, like the upcoming summer season! 27 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 10 L 1950 Jaguar Mark V Saloon Designer: William Heynes

Elegant Tourer in Top Condition

The Fulfillment of Jaguar’s Grace, Space and Pace Mantra

Fully Restored Matching Numbers Car

Estimate: $45,000 - $55,000 Chassis Number: 628017 Decoded: 62=Mark V, Saloon, 8=Left Hand Drive, 017=Serial number (1950 production range) Engine: 3.5L Overhead Valve, 125 bhp Straight-Six Engine Dual SU Side-Draft Carburetors Four-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 33,565 Miles Showing

The Model: Like most English car manufacturers following World War II, Jaguar picked up production using mostly pre-war designs. While the new Mark V of 1950 followed the prewar styling cues, there was a significant level of innovation under the skin. The new Mark V carried the Jaguar range to new levels of refinement. Improvements included the first production fully independent front suspension utilizing ball joints. Other innovations included hydraulic brakes, curved side glass, pressed steel wheels, a new chassis design and a full steel body. The interior boasted the extensive use of leather, wood veneers, and deep wool carpet. The top-of-the-line 3.5-liter engine could propel the big Jaguar to 90 miles per hour. The Mark V debuted at the 1948 London Motor Show alongside the new XK120. Despite the XK120 stealing the limelight, the Mark V outsold the legendary sports car by more than two to one, restoring the company to profitability and firmly establishing Jaguar as a manufacturer of high-performance quality luxury vehicles.

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The Car: This graceful Mark V is presented in outstanding condition having enjoyed a high-cost restoration completed in 2000. This highly-specified left-hand drive car includes not only the original 3.5-liter engine in strong-running condition but also a factory-original sunroof and rear wheel spats. The deep black over burgundy paint is beautiful throughout. The supple red Connolly leather, deep wool Wilton carpets, and burled walnut interior are in exceptional condition. Under the bonnet lies a beautifully detailed engine bay. This Jaguar also retains its hard to source proper factory tool kit. An extensive file of records and receipts accompany this car in addition to factory documentation and brochures. This Mark V represents an outstanding value with an estimate significantly below the cost of replicating this level of restoration. This elegant Jaguar is ready to add Grace, Space and Pace to your collection.

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ot 11 L 1999 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider Designer: Pininfarina

Convertible Boot, Car Cover, and Leather Tool Kit

Low Mile Example and Serviced

Well Maintained One Owner Car

Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: ZFFXR48A7X0113304 Decoded: ZFF=Italy, Ferrari X=F129C Engine R=Airbags 48=355 F1 Spider A=Left-hand Drive North America 7=Check Digit X=1999 0=Maranello Plant 113304=Serial Number Engine: 3.5 L 5-Valve DOHC V8 Bosch Motronic M2.7 engine control unit 6-Speed F1 Paddle Shifted Automatic Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 12,301 Miles Actual The Model: Had Ferrari named the 355 following the previous formula it would have been the 358, but the engine builders in Maranello thought their revolutionary new five-valve head design should have its time in the spotlight. The additional intake valve did crank power in the flat-plane V-8 up to 355 HP. The longitudinal V8 is nestled comfortably behind the cockpit in one of the three body styles available. Initially, the designers at Pininfarina offered only two body styles, the coupe and the targa, with the rag-topped spider coming along in 1995. Drivability was the focus for the newest pony in the Italian’s stable. The monocoque chassis used tubular subframe and independent front and rear suspension. The 355 would also feature power steering to add to the streetability of their new sports car. 30 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: The Nurburgring Silver paint, accented by like colored brake calipers, shows very nicely, with plenty of shine left for a new owner to enjoy. This well kept prancing pony only shows 12,301 miles on the odometer- all of which were driven by the original owner. Inside the black connolly leather seats show an appropriate amount of wear for a gently used lowmile exotic, presenting a nice interior package for a new driver. The power plant just received its belt service from Boardwalk Ferrari in Plano, Texas. If you are a collector or are just ready to dip your toe in the world of exotics this 355 is ready to be driven, but will certainly appreciate as an investment car.

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ot 13 L 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 ‘Cobra Jet’ 428 Designer: John Najjar-Philip T Clark Estimate: $65,000 - $80,000 Chassis Number: 9F02R147696 Decoded: 9=69 F=Dearborn 02= Mach 1 R=Cobra Jet Ram Air 147696= Serial Number Engine: 428 CI V8 4-Barrel Carburetor 3-Speed Automatic Transmission Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 40,477 Miles Showing •

Rare R Code Engine - 428 Cobra Jet

Marti Report, Org. Owner Card, Restoration Receipts

Meticulous Restoration w/ Factory A/C

The Model: When Ford released the first Mustang in 1964, the car world changed. The new genre, called pony cars, became the target of the other automakers focus. But the designers needed to keep improving the little ponies until they matured into a race ready thoroughbred in order to stay in front of the pack. In 1969, Ford released the first Mach 1s in their quest to stay on top. The new performance package would only be available in the Sport Roof (fastback) design, and featured upgraded suspension and a few visual cues, including a matte black hood treatment that gave it an undeniably menacing look. Under the hood, you could basically get it any way you wanted it, as long as you wanted it with a V8. Seven V8 engines were available in 1969 to push the ponies past a trot. If you did your thinking with your right foot, you would have inevitably chosen the R-Code engine package, that featured the ground pounding Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet. 32


The Car: Subjected to an extensive restoration, to the tune of over $100,000, this street machine is nearly flawless. Covered in a nicely laid coat of the original color, Royal Maroon, the exterior is in near showroom condition. The factory striping and badging is complete and correct. The exterior restoration resulted in a true to form product, right down to the Goodyear Polyglas tires.Inside, the Mach 1’s factory upgrades like the high back bucket seats and teak wood trim are not only still in place but look like they never left the dealer’s lot. Under the matte black hood, the iconic 428 Cobra Jet lays in wait, with not so much as a smear of grease, tuned and ready to unleash on the first Camaro that wanders by. Equipped with all of the most desirable features available in the Mach 1s and with a well-documented history and restoration, this Stang is at the top of the collector market, why not make it part of your stable. 33


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1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL “Pagoda” Designer: Paul Bracq and Béla Barényi Chassis Number: 11304412020026 Decoded: 113=280SL Roadster 044=1967-1971 1=Hydraulic clutch 2=Automatic 020026=Serial Engine: 2778 cc Inline 6 Cylinder Fuel Injection / 170 bhp Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes

Estimate: $85,000 - $115,000

Highly Optioned Iconic “Pagoda”

Last Year and Most Desirable Model

Desirable Automatic with Air Conditioning

Odometer: 8,466 Miles Showing

The Model: Nicknamed Pagoda after its Japanese architectural style roof. The final incarnation of the “Pagodas”, the 280SL was still built on the W113 platform but was given a power boost with the expansion of the old engine pushing the displacement to its maximum capacity, almost 2.8 liters. The ‘71 model year would be the final year Mercedes-Benz would produce the timeless Pagodas. The final year of production would see only 830 units making them remarkably rare.

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The Car: Fully restored to factory standards, this Pagoda is complete with dual tops as well as its spare tire, jack, and tools. Finished in its correct Signal Red with matching hubcaps, the paint has been well maintained since restoration. The interior is clad with black leather and accented with a red painted dash. Factory conveniences include air conditioning, AM/FM radio, clock, and disc brakes. Mechanically well sorted the M130 under the hood is tuned and ready to produce the power needed for touring or just for weekend use. As part of a collection or a weekend cruiser, this simple and sophisticated Mercedes is a perfect fit. 35 35 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 16 L 1948 Buick Super 2-dr Convertible Designer: Harley Earl

Big Bold Buick Design

Beautiful Restoration Captures Character

Authenticity Paramount in Presentation

Estimate: $55,000 - $70,000

Engine Number: 34944601 Decoded: 3=Linden, NJ assembly; 49=Super Series; 44601=Unit number Engine: 248 cid OHV in-line 8-cyl. 2-barrel Carburetor/115 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Model: As did most other car makers at the end of WWII, Buick dusted off the tooling form the short lived 1942 model year, made a few updates and resumes production to satisfy a car-hungry world. Not only in the USA, all over the world, the Buick marque had a reputation of building high quality vehicles. While the visuals between the 1946 to 1948 models are similar, a number of improvements were made this year including lower profile tires, additional identification scripts and a sturdier front grill-bar. With a starting price of $2,518 for the Model 56C convertible, few customers were able to drive off the lot for anything under $3,000 when loaded up with accessories. Regardless, the money was flowing in and Buick sold 18,311 Super convertibles for 1948.


The Car: Finished in Royal Maroon with Maroon leather bolsters combined with tan ribbed cloth and a tan top, this is a super-duper Buick from anyone’s standpoint. Treated to a full restoration a number of years ago, it retains the look and feel that made the original owner feel like a million bucks, from a time when a million was all the money in the world. The fit and finish shows quite well and the interior, plus folding top, look showroom fresh. Chrome and bright trim has a deep reflective quality sure to dazzle everyone, while under the hood shows an eye for detail reflecting light usage since this beauty was brought back to life. Recent professional mechanic restoration bringing new reliable life to be enjoyed in long drives. Engine and hydraulic system were professionally overhauled. It is fitted with all the proper accessories of the day, push-button radio, in-dash clock and heater-defroster, as well as fender shields, whitewall tires, trim rings and a covered spare tire. This is a car that made others realize just how great America was after the war.

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1966 Jaguar E-Type Fixed-Head Coupe Series 1 Designer: Malcolm Sayer Estimate: $110,000 - $145,000 Chassis Number: 1E32122 Decoded: 1E=4.2 Liter Series 1 E-Type, 3=Left Hand Drive Coupe, 2122=Serial Number (November 1965 production, Registered in USA 1966). Engine: 3.8L DOHC, 265 bhp, Twin Overhead Cam, Straight-Six Engine Triple SU Side-Draft Carburetors Jaguar Four-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Power Disk Brakes Odometer: 99,233 Miles Showing • Elegant XKE Series 1 in Black on Black with New Chrome • Matching Numbers Car Ready to Show or Go • Desirable Five-Speed Gearbox with Original Gearbox Included

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The Model: The dramatic introduction of the E-Type coupe at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show turned the motoring world upside down. Jaguar had produced a new sports car of not only striking beauty, but with performance matching hand-built European thoroughbreds for a fraction of the price. The new E-Type was the first production car offering genuine 150 mph performance. Conceived as a street-legal development of the Le Mans-winning D-Type, the E-Type shared much of the endurance racer’s shape and technology. The monocoque body, paired with the lightweight but strong engine subframe, allowed Jaguar to enshroud their all-conquering XK engine within a curvaceous lightweight body. The addition of an incredible fully-independent rear suspension and all-wheel disk brakes ensured Jaguar had a winner. Jaguar further developed the E-Type by increasing the engine displacement to 4.2 liters, adding an all-synchromesh four-speed transmission and installing much more comfortable seating. Many regard the 4.2 liter Series 1 coupes as the pinnacle of E-Type development.

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ot 17 L 1966 Jaguar E-Type Fixed-Head Coupe Series 1 Estimate: $110,000 - $145,000

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The Car: Absolutely stunning in black over black, this E-Type is fresh from a sympathetic engine-out cosmetic restoration resulting in a beautiful deep black finish. The chrome details are freshly replated as well. This car retains its factory original engine which starts and drives well having benefitted from a complete fresh carburetor rebuild, time and re-tune. This E-Type benefits greatly from the discrete fitment of a Tremec five-speed manual transmission with a high-ratio fifth gear for relaxed interstate cruising. The hard-to-source original

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transmission accompanies this car. Fresh exhaust components and new Dayton tubeless wire wheels complete the drive train. The handling received equal attention in the form of a complete restoration of braking and suspension systems that included overhaul of the rear IRS assembly, new disks, calipers and shocks all the way around. A high-capacity aluminum radiator keeps everything cool. The restoration preserved as many original

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possible including the original teak steering wheel. A fresh set of black carpets keep the cockpit looking sharp. An extensive file of receipts document the recent work. Collectors have caught on to the sublime looks of the E-Type coupe in recent years. This car in stunning black with subtle drive-train upgrades checks every box. Don’t miss the opportunity to make this one yours.

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ot 19 L 2000 Ford Taurus NASCAR

Engine: Ernie Elliott Small Block Ford Racing Engine 4-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Builder: Ray Evernham Estimate: $110,000 - $135,000

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The Model: Ray Evernham has spent his life working on or driving race cars. Hired by the International Race of Champions at just 26 years old, the young Evernham quickly gained a reputation for translating driver feedback into precise car adjustments that would give the drivers just what they wanted out of their cars. After severing ties with Alan Kulwicki, Evernham was approached and asked to team up with a then little known Ford driver, Jeff Gordon. Together the two racked up 47 wins and 3 Championships. After leaving Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports in 1999, Evernham ventured into the racing world on his own. He debuted the first Evernham Motorsports entry in the 2000 season. The team continued to field cars until it was sold to Petty enterprises in 2010. Since then, Evernham has dabbled in television and has become known for his collection of historic race cars of every genre. The Car: Evernham had struck a deal to bring Dodge back into racing in 2001, but needed to shake the cars down prior to running a full season. Casey Atwood was tapped to take the controls at Richmond International Raceway in an Evernham Ford. That Ford raced three times that year, presented here, took on the Dodge livery the next year. Fully restored and ready to hit the track it was returned to the Ford skins with the #19 Motorola livery, this historic stocker is set up for the oval, but could easily be converted to road-course trim. Highly eligible for historic racing this stock car is perfect for a static collection or to pull the straps tight and hit the track. Whatever your pleasure, this is a serious piece of racing history and will make an excellent addition to any collection.

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ot 20 L 1989 Porsche 944 Turbo S Executive Cup Car Designer: Harm Lagaay Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: WP0AA2956KN151104 Decoded: W=West Germany P= Porsche O=Sports Car A=Coupe A=Turbo 2=airbags 95=auftragsnummer 6=Check Digit K=1989 N=Neckarsulm Plant 1=3rd digit [951 - 944 turbo] 5=Turbo 1104=Serial number Engine: 2.5 Liter Turbocharged DOHC Inline 4 Cylinder Bosch Digital Motronic 2 Fuel Injection 5-Speed Manual Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 59,683 Miles Actual

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The Model: First seen in 1982, the 944 was the replacement for the 928, as a more refined and better-equipped luxury sports car. The new design had a nearly even weight distribution, largely because of the rear transaxle weight balancing the front engine. An update in 1985 modernized the interior and quieted the noisy transaxle mounting. When a turbocharger was added to the standard engine in the 944 S, power was boosted to 220 HP. The cars were also used in a grassroots racing series, the 944 Cup. The race cars were upgraded by the factory with around 100 upgrades that both added power and trimmed away the pounds. The Car: If there are not documents that validate a car’s history, it not provenance , it’s lore. This 944 was built as one of two, upgraded in Stuttgart to Cup Car standards, but were not intended for the track, rather they were headed for the executive parking lot at Porsche. Specifically, the spot marked VP of Racing. As such, Peter Schmidt used the car until he retired in 1990. Full ownership history comes with the car as well as the supporting documents that take this cars story from fable to unique Porsche history. The car was modified by the factory to boost power to over 300 ponies. The 1 of 2 executive versions of the Cup car deleted the usual racing seats and kept the radio, options not available in the average Cup Car upgrade. It did receive the suspension treatment that included Koni shocks and forged alloy wheels. This car comes with a Maroney stamped with “not for sale”. With a clean and fresh appearance, well-sorted mechanicals and provenance that simply can’t be beaten, this 944 will be a standout in any collection.

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ot 21 L 1963 ELVA Courier MK III Designer: Frank Nichols Estimate: $55,000 - $70,000

Historically-Significant Elva with Period European Racing History

The Genuine Lutz Ecurie Le Mans Car

Prather Racing Engine

Chassis Number: E1042 Decoded: E1042=Courier Mk III (1963 production range) Engine: 1.8L SOHC, 183 bhp Straight-Four Engine Weber Side-Draft Carburetor Four-Speed, Close-Ratio, All-Synchro Manual Transmission Nine Inch Front Disk, Ten Inch Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 3,507 Miles Showing

The Model: Frank Nichols began Elva cars of Bexhill, Sussex in 1954 with the intent of building race cars. Like many manufacturers of the day, he needed production road cars to help finance the race car program. The Elva Courier debuted in 1959. Intended as a sports car suitable for racing in production classes, the new Courier was produced in lightweight glass fiber and powered by either a 1500 cc MG or Riley engine. All early Couriers were exported and quickly made their mark in the United States with Mark Donohue winning two SCCA championships in 1960 and 1961 in his Elva Courier. The Courier quickly evolved into the Mk II gaining a curved windshield and the new MGA 1600 cc engine and was available in the UK as a kit car. The production of the Courier changed markedly in 1962 when the US distributorship failed financially leaving a large shipment of cars held at the docks. When Nichols was unable to recover his inventory of cars, he was forced into a partial liquidation of Elva. The Trojan Limited company purchased the rights to the Courier and moved production to Croyden, Surrey and began producing cars designated as the Mk III and now available as complete cars in the home market. It was during this period that a pair of Americans based in France hatched a plan to race a Courier at LeMans. Dick O’Steen, a civilian engineer, and Ron Lutz, an Army soldier, obtained a pair of Elva Couriers fitted with 1800 cc MGB engines bored out to 2 liters. The pair had success racing as friendly competitors and even teamed up to drive O’Steen’s car at endurance events. It was at this point that the pair convinced Trojan to provide a rolling chassis and body for LeMans. On a shoestring budget, their Ecurie Le Mans team did a brilliant job of producing a formidable race car that hit 149 mph on the Mulsanne straight. They qualified the car as one of the several backup entries in the event qualified cars failed to make the grid. Unfortunately, the Courier was the highest-placed backup car not to make the race, ending the Ecurie Le Mans dream. While the whereabouts of the ‘Le Mans’ Courier and the O’Steen car are currently unknown, Ron Lutz’s Courier survives.


The Car: Ron Lutz successfully raced this Elva in-period with a highly-modified 2 liter MG engine throughout Europe. Most notably, E1042 claimed victory at the 1963 Prix du Paris in the 1600-2000 cc class. Although E1042 was not the focus of Ecurie Le Mans’ development efforts, Ron Lutz raced it at the 1964 non-championship Le Mans Time Trials. Following the Elva Le Mans effort, E1042 was sold and shipped to the US. In 1989 the car was recommissioned for vintage racing, returning to the track for a second career that included two appearances in the Monterey Historics. E1042 underwent a full rebuild in 2013 that included an 180 cc MG engine built and tuned by famed six-time SCCA champion Kent Prather. This car is track-ready with its 183 bhp Prather engine, close ratio four-speed synchronized racing gear-box, limited slip differential, front disk brakes and oversized ten-inch rear drum brakes. Recipient of SVRA award at the National Championships. Presented in beautiful fresh condition and with an extensive collection of useable spares, this historically-significant Elva is an eager track weapon welcome in any paddock. 47 47

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ot 22 L 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup

Modern Mechanicals Under Ford’s Classic F-100 body

Designer: Joe Oros

Fully Updated Suspension

Beautifully Executed Restomod

Estimate: $40,000 - $65,000 Chassis Number: F10D4D24828 Decoded: F10=F100 Conventional; D=223 cid Straight-Six Engine; 4=1954; D=Dallas, Texas Assembly; 24828=Serial Number Engine: GM 350 cid V8 Automatic Transmission with Overdrive Four Wheel Power Disk Brakes The Model: In 1953 the Ford’s popular first generation pickup, the F1 gave way to a new sleeker, more integrated, design as part of Ford’s 50th-anniversary celebrations. The new F 100’s streamlined shape became an instant classic and remains a popular choice for builders and collectors alike due to its cutting edge curvaceous body shape. Changes for the F-Series’ second generation included a longer wheelbase and larger rear leaf springs to improve ride quality without sacrificing load capacity. Everything about the redesign added to the new truck’s overall appeal from the new consolidated instrument panel to the wider glass and seats. Today the ’53’56 F100s are highly coveted by street rod enthusiasts. The Car: This 1954 F100 is the result of a beautiful fresh custom build. The straight-six has given way to a fresh 350 cid V8 pushing 260 bhp through an overdrive automatic transmission. Access to the big V8 is enhanced by a No Limit hood flip kit. The lowered suspension centers around Ride Pro air suspension and Fat Daddy front suspension systems. Power disk brakes, a GM tilt steering column, and a Lecarra Mk10 steering wheel keep it all under control. Electronics are fully modernized with VDO gauges, power windows, and a Custom Autosound stereo system. Passenger comfort is improved through the integration of a Vintage Air A/C system. Vintage trucks are hot! Don’t miss this chance at one of today’s most iconic restomod trucks.

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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 ‘Cobra Jet’ 428 Designer: John Najjar-Philip T Clark Estimate: $80,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: 9R02R190533 Decoded:9=1969 R=San Jose 02= Mach 1 R=Cobra Jet 428 Ram Air 190533= Serial Number Engine: 428 CI V8 4-Barrel Carburetor 4-Speed Close Ratio Manual Transmission Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes

Recent Restoration By Marqee Expert

Factory R-Code 428 Cobra Jet

Factory 4-Speed in Stunning Jade Black

Odometer: 5,484 Miles Since Restoration

The Model: No more Mr. nice guy. When gear-heads got their first glimpse of the Mach 1, they knew the lazy days of the well-behaved little pony in the corral were clearly gone. The newly restyle Mustang was aggressive, powerful, and mean. The Mach 1 was only available with the fastback body, but could be ordered with a litany of growling V8s. If you saw the Ram Air scoop poking through the already menacing matte black hood you knew the owner wasn’t playing around and went straight for the big guns, the 428 Cobra Jet. The Mach 1 trim became so popular with consumers that it overtook the GT, and Ford eventually dumped the moniker in favor of the speedier name. The name was fitting because from the controls you couldn’t help feel a little like Chuck Yeager behind the stick of the X-1.

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The Car: An extensive restoration by Mustang expert Glenn Benza did more than give this car a flawless coat of Jade Black paint, it would see every aspect of the car either replaced or rebuilt. The double Rs in the VIN code tell an important part of this flyers story. Because it was a product of California, when the restoration began all of the original sheet metal could be used. Despite the pristine nature of the interior, the Hurst shifter sticking up from the center console is the main attraction. The perfectly recovered Hi-Back bucket seats merely provide a place to plant yourself while you do work with the accelerator, shifter, and clutch. Out front, the star of the show, the famed 428 Cobra Jet is clean, fresh, and strong. Attention to detail was paid when restoring the space under the hood with all of the correct badging and components. A small adjustment in the factory exhaust gave this bruiser a proper muscle car growl that makes the driving experience even more irresistible. With less than 6,000 miles since the restoration, this angry Mustang is just getting warmed up. If you need a partner for prowling the streets on Saturday nights looking for Camaros to gobble up, grab this Stang and be feared at any stoplight. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 24 L 1987 Callaway Corvette Twin Turbo Designer: Reeves Callaway Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000 •

Less Than 15,000 Actual Miles

Serial Number 70 of 184

Turbo Charged 385 HP and 562 F/Lb Torque

Chassis Number: 1G1YY2181H5114169 Decoded:1=US G=GM 1=Chevrolet YY=STD Corvette 2=Hatchback 1=Manual Belts 8=L83 1=Check Digit H=1987 5=Bowling Green KY 114169=Plant Sequential Build Number Engine: Twin Turbo 350 CI SOHC V8 Twin Turbo Tuned Port fuel injection 700R4 Overdrive transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 14,200 Miles Actual

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The Model: By 1987, Chevrolet could see the writing on the wall. If they wanted to keep up in the sports car market, they needed to elevate the Corvette beyond the capabilities the folks at Chevrolet were able to produce. Before Chevrolet teamed up with Lotus on the ZR1, the RPO code B2K appeared on the Corvettes order form. What arrived when that box was checked was a twin turbo master piece from Callaway Cars. Callaway would receive the cars directly from the Bowling Green factory, slap on two turbos with intercoolers and send them on to their new owners. With the boosted V8 the B2k Corvette would produce 382 HP and a tire spinning 562 ft lbs of torque. Production number remained low because of the nearly doubled price tag, with only 184 produce in 1987.

The Car: Tagged with the serial number 70 out of those 184, this Callaway throwback shows only less than 15,000 miles on the odometer. The paint does show some minor chipping but still shines nicely a presents well. Inside use has apparently been done with the utmost care, with the leather buckets seats looking like the day they left Bowling Green. Complete with both the Bose “test cassette� tape and the cassette tape with an audio explanation of the cars options. These boosted Corvettes mark the only time that Chevrolet has used an outside company for performance upgrades and made it a factory option, surely making these some of the most collectible of the era.

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1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII BN7 Roadster Designer: Donald Healey Estimate: $105,000 - $130,000

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ot 25 L The Model: While the history of the Austin-Healey 3000 family of sports cars had a number of sweet performing vehicles, the last true sports roadster to come from the Warwick shops was the BN7. It truly captures the feeling of what a sports car should be, an open roadster, room for just two, and outstanding performance. Not only did Healey take a rather tame and dependable pedestrian type engine and turn it into a force unto itself, he also created a beautiful and timeless design that seems to have reached its zenith with the BN7. Only 355 of these cars were built for worldwide distribution and today it is estimated that less than half have survived. Offering lightning quick response, such as 0-to-60 mph in about 9.2 seconds, advanced suspension and steering characteristics, and triple carburetion, these are the quintessential sports roadsters. Verifying the heritage of this BN7 is the BMI Heritage Trust Certificate, a proof of its pedigree.


1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII BN7 Roadster Designer: Donald Healey Estimate: $105,000 - $130,000

One of Just 355 BN7s Produced

Documented Factory Heritage Trust Certificate

Only 500 Miles Since Highest Quality Restoration

Chassis Number: BN7L14004 Decoded: BN7=Open 2-seat roadster; L=Left Hand Drive; 14004=unit number. Engine: 2912cc OHV in-line 6-cyl. 3 X SU HS4 Carburetors/238 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 501 Miles Showing

The Car: Our consignor, who has owned a number of Healeys over the years, says this is the best driving example he has ever driven, PERIOD! Treated to a full restoration, the car has under 500 miles since the work was completed. With all three of the SU carbs working in perfect unison, this BN7 delivers that neck-snapping power promised when it was new. Finished in ivory, the interior is done in red with ivory piping and looks so inviting you will just want to jump in. The chrome wire wheels sparkle in the daylight and at night, a pair of Lucas road lights illuminate the way before you. Under the hood appears to be much nicer than when new, with attention to perfection being the order of the day. All body panels are laser straight with proper gaps, and the bottom of this car is cleaned and detailed to the nth degree. You will want to get behind that big wood-rimmed steering wheel and enjoy the road with this BN7, but we do suggest that maybe entering it in a few shows first and filling up a shelf or two with trophies would be more fitting for this outstanding example. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 27 L 1947 Chrysler Windsor Town & Country “Highlander” Sedan Designer: David Wallace Estimate: $90,000 - $115,000 Chassis Number: 71001690 Decoded: 710=Chrysler Windsor Town & Country Sedan; 01690=Unit Number Engine: 251 cid L-Head in-line 6-cyl. 2-barrel Carburetor/114 bhp 3-Speed Fluid Drive Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Full Classic Status

Beautiful Presentation

Tartan Pattern Highlander Trim

Odometer: 92,193 Miles Showing The Model: When David Wallace wanted to add a little visual flair to the designs of the Chrysler line in the early 1940s, he turned back the pages of styling time and introduced real wood trim. For the first car to carry the name Town & Country, real wood was a major part of the body structure with the famous “Barrel-Back” station-sedan. In preparation for resumption of car production after WWII, Wallace had envisioned a whole family of cars with Town & Country styling, and while a few prototypes were built of other body styles, the only models to make it to full scale production was the New Yorker based convertible and the Windsor based sedan. From 1946 to 1948 a total of just 3,994 of the sedans were produced and today they are highly sought after collectibles.

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The Car: This special car is finished in its original color of Catalina Tan and is fitted with the very desirable Highlander trim featuring red leather bolsters with red tartan pattern fabrics. Coming from a private collection where it has been maintained in “turn-key” ready condition, it is fitted with factory radio, heater and clock, as well as dual spot lights, driving lights and rear view mirrors. It is also fitted with a factory wood and chrome roof rack, a rather rare accessory for T&C fans to have. Reported to start easily, usually on the first try, and shifting with little or no effort, this is a comfortable road car. Given a sympathetic restoration, but much of this cars originality has been retained, such as the collection of lubrication and oil-change stickers on the driver’s door. An honor to own, a pleasure to drive, this Town & Country would be the perfect addition to any collector’s stable.

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1947 Chrysler Windsor Town & Country “Highlander” Sedan Estimate: $90,000 - $115,000

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ot 28 L 1986 Ferrari Testarossa Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $ 130,000 - $180,000


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1986 Ferrari Testarossa Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $130,000 - $180,000

Single Flying Mirror

Full Engine Out Service Just Performed

Early One Lug Wheels

Chassis Number: ZFFSA17A8G0062977 Decoded: ZFF=Italy Ferrari Ferrari S=F113A040 Engine A=3-Point Belts 17=Testarossa A=Left-Hand Drive, North America 1=Check digit G=1986 0062977=Serial Number Engine: 4943 cc Horizontally Opposed “Boxer” 12-Cylinder Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection / 390 bhp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 16,204 Miles Actual

The Model – The elegant Silver Wraith II evolved as the long wheel base derivative of the Silver Shadow that originated in 1965. Born in response to criticism of the manufacturer’s resistance to innovation, the Silver Shadow and Silver Wraith II introduced power disk brakes and independent rear suspension to the model line. These were the first Rolls-Royce cars to incorporate a monocoque body. The design represented a dramatic styling change for the company as well. Unlike most manufacturers in Great Britain, the domestic market still represented almost half of the sales volume. To this end, the narrow roads drove the design team to produce a car that was smaller than the car it replaced. Despite the smaller exterior dimensions, the adaptation of unitary construction actually increased the available passenger space. The single most innovative feature of the car was the high-pressure hydraulic system licensed from Citroën that delivered not only dual-circuit braking but also performed self-levelling of the suspension. Although Rolls-Royce realized an outstanding level of ride comfort with this system, it often proved unreliable in service. Rolls-Royce introduced a long-wheelbase version of the Silver Shadow that was later given its own name, the Silver Wraith II for the 1976 model year as it gained further distinction from the Silver Shadow with the addition of an Everflex-covered roof and a rear opera window.


The Model: Testarossa-it’s a name that needs very little explanation. Even American youth conjure images of the strakes running perpendicular to one another down the side of the Iconic supercar. It has north American name recognition that would rival Corvette, Mustang or Charger, a pretty amazing accomplishment considering most American couldn’t pick Michael Schumacher out of a lineup. From its inception, the new Pininfarina design was a signal to motoring enthusiast that the world of sports cars was about to change. The new wider car was more comfortable and more usable, while the 4.9-liter Colombo flat-12 cylinder engine, now with red heads, provided plenty of punch to back up the radical exterior design. This new combination of “practicality” and excitement would fuel the Ferrari brand for the decades to come and would perpetuate the genre in general.

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The Car: Rossa Corsa might be the most popular color for Ferraris right now, but when it comes to the Testarossa, for many, it is the only color. This Rossa Corsa Ferrari has just a tick over 16 thousand miles, and the well cared for finish reflects the lengths gone to in preserving this car in every mile. This early example of Ferrari’s first real supercar has those little touches that set it apart from the already exclusive group. You can’t help but notice the rather odd placement of the single rear view mirror, high on the A pillar. Placement there was done because of the designers misunderstanding of the European law and was quickly moved to a more traditional location, leaving very few on the market. The race inspired one lug wheel design was also abandoned for the more traditional road going setup. Just behind the drive you will find the flat12, and further evidence of the preservation of this prancer. The engine out service has recently been performed, making this a perfect car for the road, if you dare. As investments go, this low-mile, option-heavy, early Testarossa is sure to be a home run for the discerning investor.


ot 30 L 1932 Boyd Coddington “Boydster II” Designer: “Chip” Foose Estimate: $55,000 - $70,000

Less than 50 Miles

Iconic Design Built by Icons

LS1 Powerplant

Chassis Number: 1844529 Engine: 5.7 Liter LS-1 Fuel Injected V8 4-Speed Overdrive Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 48 Miles

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The Model: Few cars will ever reach the iconic status of the 1932 Hot Rod. It is likely that more ink has been spilled writing magazine articles, books, and even songs about these cars than any other automobile. From its humble roots as another of Ford’s mass-produced cars, the blue oval overshadowed all the other hot rods of the time. The perfect platform for racers, shade-tree mechanics would tune up the flat head and shed all unnecessary bits and pieces to make the car even lighter. The result was what we now call the hot rod. Now hot rods are fitted with billet aluminum steering and suspension pieces and modern power plants, but the basic form and function remain the same. The Car: As president of Hot Rods by Boyd, Chip Foose designed some of the most remarkable machines to leave Boyd Coddington’s shop. Among those greats was the Boydster I and II. The design was named America’s most beautiful hot rod. This example of the Foose’s Boydster II is covered in a solid coat of canary yellow paint that has produced a finish quality that is absolutely remarkable. It is evident that this was primarily a show car, as the door jams do show evidence of being opened and closed, but with only about 50 miles on the clock, that is the only evidence this car has ever been put in service. With the LS1 under the hood, this hot rod has more than enough power to propel this low-slung road art down the pavement. If you love the local “cars and coffee” scene and want to make a statement when you arrive, this Foose/Coddington effort will certainly garner more than a little attention.

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1953 Porsche 356 Pre-A (Early Porsche Test Car) Designer: Ferdinand Porsche Estimate: $275,000 - $315,000


The Model: The 356 model set the cannon for all Porsches to come. It was light and nimble. It was low and sleek, and quickly racers learned the little German autos were a fast track to the top of the podium. But before the up-and-comers were imported to the U.S., there was a period of development that gave them some separation from its Volkswagen lineage and started their new identity that was purely Porsche. This learning period for Porsche’s first production model, the 356, became known as the Pre-A. During the Pre-A years, the 356 would see the replacement of the two-piece windshield with a V-shaped windshield and a much improved synchromesh transmission. Power was also upgraded with the expansion of the 1100cc and 1300cc engines to the 1500cc power plant, boosting power to 60 HP. Importation of the new cars, by the now famous Max Hoffman, began in earnest in 1954 making the Pre-A examples exceedingly rare in the United States. 69 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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Chassis Number: 51465 Engine: 1500CC, Rear- Mounted, Air Cooled Two Solex 32 PBI carburetors 4-Speed Transmission Odometer: 53,550 Miles Showing

Served for 7 Months As A Test Car For Porsche

Unmolested With Authentic Patina

Several Prototype Parts

Kardex and COA Documented

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The Car: The authentically aged all around patina provides unmatched character; added to its provenance and unique history it truly makes this Pre-A a very special car. From the time this 356 was born it was part of Porsche’s history and development. As the young automaker was improving their new 356 design, they often tested things as they went along, like the 1500 cc engine that was new to the platform. This particular car’s kardex is marked with the German word “versuch”, that translates to “test”, tagging it as part of Porsche’s development program. After being completed on December 7th, 1953, the Porsche factory kept this car for exactly 6 months. During this time, it is believed that the test mule was put through its paces by the manufacturer. Before selling the 356 to an American soldier, who had befriended one of the factories personnel, they replaced the engine with a motor dated coded for 1954. When the soldiers time in Germany was complete he shipped the car back to his home in Arizona where the car rested until his passing 40 years later. Kept warm and dry for nearly half a century, this Pre-A is largely as the factory intended it. It was given a respray in 1973 but has otherwise been unchanged. While the years of service do show cosmetically, extensive effort was recently given to sort the mechanical issues the resting car had, resulting in a well tuned, very drivable Porsche. With a litany of both desirable and rare features like the brass distributor cover plate, and the prototype transmission mount, this is a truly historically significant piece in the Porsche story. With a provenance authenticated by the kardex and the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, this rare look at Porsche’s past will certainly be looked at as a one-of-akind collector car. If you like to talk about your collection and like to tell their unique stories, this 356 will be the highlight of your collection.

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ot 32 L 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS-396 Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $55,000 - $65,000

Chassis Number: 136379K330317 Decoded: 1=Chevrolet; 36=Chevelle Malibu; 37=2dr hardtop; 9=1969; K=Kansas City, MO assembly; 330317=Unit sequence Engine: L78 396 cid OHV “Big-Block” V8 4-barrel Carburetor/375 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 97,265 Miles Showing •

Number Matching Drive Train

Documented with Factory Build Sheet

Concours Ready in Factory Monaco Orange

The Model: Chevrolet’s original concept for the Chevelle line introduced in 1964, was to compete in a new “midsize” market with the likes of the Ford Fairlane, and to an extent Pontiac’s Tempest series. 1964 is also when a new market niche was created known as the “Muscle Car”. Put a big engine into a medium-sized car. While it took Chevrolet a while to catch up to both the Pontiac GTO with a 389, in late 1965, the 396 cid “Rat Motor” was stuffed under the hood and the rest was history. In 1966, the SS396 became an official model and sales were stronger than could have been predicted. For 1969, Super Sports had lost their individual model designation and became a package available on any Chevelle. More than just an engine, this era of the SS featured beefed up the suspension, wheels, badges and best of all, a guaranteed thrill ride. The Malibu hardtop was the most popular model to find the SS package on.

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Chassis Number: JT2DE82A9T0034104 Decoded: JT2=Japan D=3-Door E=3 Liter Turbo 8= Supra Turbo 2=2 Airbags A=Supra 9=Check T=Check 0=Japan 034104=Serial Number Engine: 2997 CC Twin Turbo DOHC Inline 6 Cylinder Air-to-Air Side-Mounted Intercooler 4-Speed Automatic Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 27,000 Miles Actual •

Rare Twin Turbo

Full Service Records

One of Only 84 Built

The Model: The Japanese collector car market is primed and waiting to explode. With models like the Supra’s earliest production already 38 years ago, these are investments in the truest sense of the word. While the Supra story started in the late 70s, it started getting good in the 90s. In 1993, for the first time, the grand touring car could be ordered with twin turbos, and if you were in the US that would crank the redesigned car’s power output to around 325 HP. At a time when Japanese “tuner” cars were just starting to grab ahold with youth in the US, power outputs that could hang with American V8 muscle helped legitimize the up-and-coming genre. Today the name Supra carries a certain amount of respect, as a car that transcended preconceived notions about “tuner” cars.


The Car: The black paint that covers this twin turbo is smooth, clean and glossy, and is accented solely by the 17-inch chrome wheels, which only came on the turbo models. The rear spoiler was a factory option, that is just one of many listed on the window sticker that accompanies this car. Inside, the black leather trimmed space is in near-new condition, and a check of the odo will show just under 27,000 miles. Proper maintenance has given this burgeoning investment class car driveability that makes you want to jump behind the wheel and add a few more miles to the counter. Perfect for an eclectic collection, or as a long-term hold, this car is only going to increase in value. With only 88 of the cars built in 1996 and only 27 of those in this deadly black, this will surely be one of the most sought after in genre. Make sure it’s your car that collectors are seeking by taking this one home. 75 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 34 L 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Designer: Ferdinand Alexander Porsche Estimate: $160,000 - $175,000

Sold on Bill of Sale Engine: 3.0 Liter Twin Plug RSR Spec 915 Transmission Four-Wheel-Disc Brakes

First B-production 911 Ever Built

First 911 to Take a B-Production Win

Restored to Match The Original Racing Livery

The Model: Porsche’s relationship with racing is a true thing of beauty. From behind the wheel of the German track stars, a driver finds handfuls of grace, poise, and a refined feel that gives him the confidence to corner harder than the competition. By the 1970s, Porsche’s flagship ride, the 911, was well established in the racing world and the suits in Stuttgart wanted to add another car to its racing stable. They began to focus on the 914. With the factories efforts being put into the C and E classes with the 914 entries, the checkers were up for grabs in the B-production class. When privateers go racing they often get support from the factory, but still struggle to stay competitive. Peter Callahan was certainly no different when he decided, against Porsche wishes to campaign a 911 for the 1974 season. Partially because of Porsche’s apathy toward Callahan’s 911, the factory support privateers normally count on fell short, and Callahan was unable to source the necessary engine parts. So, when Peter Callahan showed up at Lime Rock Park, with the original Carrera power plant pushing the orphan, he ruffled more than a few feathers when he out qualified Peter Gregg in the factory’s 911 Trans-am team’s entry.

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The Car: Because of the SCCA’s rules for the B-Production class, Callahan started with a brand new stripped down 1974, 911 Carrera. He needed to build the car up to match the RSR, rather than bring the RSR into compliance. Ordering all of the necessary gear straight from the factory, like RSR fenders and 15x9 inch wheels, converting the car was easy. Callahan was also able to source some parts from the inner circles of Porsche’s racing elite at the time. A group he would eventually look down at from atop the podium. While Callahan was able to out-qualify Gregg, with the baby motor the Carrera came from the factory with, Callahan did soon get his RSR spec motor installed. Now with all the power he needed, the owner-operator team would capture Porsche’s first B-production win, at Virginia Summit Raceway Point. Callahan’s racing career was rather short-lived, ceasing at the end of 1974. But the Carrera’s wasn’t. The race car changed hands a few times over the years, in well-documented transactions. Eventually, the car was back on the track, for some of the country’s most prestigious endurance races, like the 6 Hours at Watkins Glen, and 3 finishes at the 24 Hours of Daytona. Like all long lost loves, Callahan eventually found himself daydreaming about his old 911. And in a tireless effort was able to recover the car from a barn where it had gone into retirement. Callahan set about putting the car back just the way he raced it. RSR fenders, 3.0 liter RSR spec motor, and the prettiest midnight blue paint he could find. A few upgrades were borrowed from the Turbo, like brakes and trailing arms, and the car now sits on 16-inch Fuchs alloys. A choice made because of the availability of racing rubber. Power is now supplied from a twin plug 3.0L, in a Turbo case, with factory RSR pistons, built by Dawe Motor Sports. Cranking out almost 350 HP, the car was again set to hit the track. If you think you recognize this car, you probably do, as it was a champion in its class, during an encore racing career in SVRA in the 2002 season. With a well-documented race history that spans 5 decades, this historically significant car looks fantastic. But more than that, it does what it was always meant to do -- WIN! So, whether this car has simply won your heart with its life story, or if you are looking to stand on the top of the podium, this classic racer will be a high point in any stable. 77 77 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1968 Plymouth “Super Stock” Barracuda Fastback Estimate: $220,000 - $250,000 Chassis Number: B029M8B292759 Decoded: B=Plymouth; 0=Super Stock; 29=Fastback; M=Special engine; 8=1968; B=Hamtramck, MI assembly; 292759=Serial Engine: 426 cid Hemi-V8 2XHolley 4-bbl Carburetors/425 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Model: In the late 1960s, it seemed like horsepower had no limits and America’s major carmakers were pulling out all the stops when it came to the highest performance possible. As early as 1962, Plymouth had started their Super Stock program by supplying race-ready cars directly from the factory. For 1968 one of the hottest contenders on the quarter mile was the mighty 426 Hemi-V8. These cars were rode hard and often put away wet. Engines blew up, collisions were not uncommon. After their lives at the tracks, most of those race cars were either cannibalized or fell into the hands of upcoming amateur racers. In 1968, the factory Super Stock cars were identified in the ID numbers, and one of the most sought after cars was an original “B029” fastback Barracuda. 80 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


Restored Factory B029 Super Stock

Verified Authenticity by Original Driver

Hemi Muscle-Car on Racing Steroids

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1968 Plymouth “Super Stock” Barracuda Fastback Estimate: $220,000 - $250,000

The Car: The “B029” Barracuda, that we are honored to offer, was campaigned by NHRA legend Don Grotheer who drove this car to win the 1969 Winternationals at Pomona, California. Verification of this cars heritage was proven by Grotheer who was instrumental in its restoration. The radiator support numbers, B8B920030 have been confirmed and this car even retained its original fender tag showing the B029 designation and a 999 special paint code. This was a racing vehicle and the original engine for this car has long since disappeared. A period correct 426 cid Hemi V8 powers this beast, topped off by cross-ram, dual Holley carbs. It rides on a set of original Keystone mags, supplied for the restoration by Grotheer. Only the bare necessities are found inside the car, black vinyl seats, no backseats or radio or heater, and a proper Stewart-Warner tach. This is a chance to own an honest piece of motorsports history. 83 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 36 L 1988 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Roadster Designer: Joseph Gallitzendörfer; Friedrich Geiger Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000 Chassis Number: WDBBA48D7JA091315 Decoded: WDB=Daimler-Benz B=SL A=Roadster Engine: 5.6 Liter Fuel Injected V8 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 78,900 Miles Showing

Exceptional Condition Inside & Out

Largest Available V8 in Model 5.6 Liter

Kinder Seat Option w/ Hard and Soft Top

The Model: Like so many German imports, the SL class Roadster from Mercedes-Benz was perhaps not quite as organically German as you might believe. Max Hoffman, the renowned car importer understood the American car market as well as anyone could. So, when he made recommendations to automakers about marketing strategies for the exploding American market, they took quality notes. It was Hoffman that suggested that the Americans were primed for a toneddown grand-prix car. Mercedes-Benz first filled the void in the post-war market with what is now nearly, venerable 300 SL. Though separated by a three generations the 560 SL, an American-market-only roadster with the largest of the V8 engines offered in the era, does indeed trace its roots back to the two seat gull-winged Benz of the 50s.


The Car: A little bit of quick math tells us that this car was only used an average of just under 3,000 miles a year since it was new. Those miles were apparently driven with the respect a car of this pedigree deserves. The blue paint remains full of life, offering a new owner a glossy presentation. The interior hides are gray and show little use, much like the rest of the cabin. Under the hood is a well-maintained example of Mercedes solution to U.S. environmental standards, the V8 that grew to 5.6 liters. Tuned and running well, this roadster is ready to hit the local car seen. While the 560 SL has not reached the iconic status of the SLs of the past, it is quickly becoming a top choice for collectors, so add this SL to your collection before they get beyond reach. 85 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1971 Chevrolet Corvette “LS5” 454 Convertible Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $50,000 - $65,000

Chassis Number: 194671S121024 Decoded: 1=Chevrolet Division; 94=Corvette; 67=Convertible; 1=1971 model year; S=St. Louis, MO assembly plant; 121024=Serial Number Engine: 454 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor / 365 bhp Turbo Hydramatic Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Matching Number Big Block 454

Striking Color and Interior Combination

Rare by Production, Rarer by Survival

Odometer: 94,063 Miles Actual

The Model: America’s Sports Car was still able to flex some muscle in 1971 when the original owners would specify the mighty LS5, 454 cubic inch big-block V8. A total of 7,121 convertible were produced that season, a ratio of just over 2-to-1 when compared to the T-top coupes, and while Chevrolet didn’t keep track of engine installations by body type, by using simple mathematics, one can assume that no more than 1,665 of those cars were fitted with the LS5. With a base cost of $5,259 plus an additional $295 for the 454 V8, other accessories being tacked on raised the price of these cars to well over the $6,200 mark in many cases, which at the time was a fairly expensive car. However, with a long list of standard equipment, many still considered the Corvette a bit of a bargain, and worth every penny paid. The Car: One of the most memorable colors offered for the 1971 Corvettes was War Bonnet Yellow, with a total of 3,706 of these sporty cars received this special color which really accentuated the design of these cars. This LS5 equipped convertible stands as a monument to greatness and the supremacy that American cars had in the early 1970s. It is fitted with the Turbo Hydramatic transmission and heavy-duty suspension, as required with the installation of the big-block V8. Soft and supple Saddle leather bucket seat are part of the well-detailed interior where all of the gauges are clear and readable plus the original AM/FM radio works like a dream. Mounted on a set of original Rally Wheels, it is riding on a fairly fresh set of raised white letter radial tires. With a luggage rack on the back, the tight fitting white top in place, this is one Corvette ready to go places. 86 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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ot 39 L 1974 DeTomaso Pantera Estimate: $130,000 - 155,000

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1973 DeTomaso Pantera Designer: Tom Tjaarda Estimate: $130,000 - 155,000 •

9,000 Mile Preservation Car

No One Has Ever Altered It!

Incredible Original Condition Throughout

Decoded: T=De Tomaso, H=Modena, Italy As sembly, PN=Pantera, N=1973 Model Year, K=October Manufacture, 06554=Serial Number Engine: 5.8L, 351 Ford Cleveland V-8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 330 bhp Five-Speed ZF Transaxle Four-Wheel Power Disk Brakes Odometer: 9,222 Miles Actual

The Model - The De Tomaso Longchamp Pantera was the exciting result of an unlikely collaboration between Allesandro DeTomaso and Ford Motor Company. Ford needed a halo sports car to add zest to its malaise-era product line. With the disappearance of the Cobra from showrooms, the concept of Italian styling with American V8 power made sense to sell alongside Ford’s premium brands. The Pantera developed from DeTomaso’s earlier V8 powered Mangusta. Although the new Pantera suffered from early teething problems, Ford stepped in to make sure the Pantera quickly benefitted from better engineering and finishing. Powered by the 351 Cleveland engine mated to a five-speed ZF transaxle, the Pantera delivered the performance to match its exotic looks. The Pantera quickly matured into a reputable performer. By 1974, burgeoning safety and emissions regulations would have forced a complete redesign of the Pantera’s body and drive train for the US market. Rather than undertake such extensive costs for a low-volume car, Ford ended US sales with the 1974 model year when many considered the Pantera to be at its design and reliability peak.

The Car – This is the one! Decades of owners have upgraded and customized countless Panteras making it nearly impossible to locate a correct unmolested car. For just a few brief minutes Saturday night that will no longer hold true! This is a 9,000 mile preservation Pantera that survives just as it left the Modena factory in late 1973 right down to the original Goodyear Arriva tires. Bought originally in New Jersey in 1974, the original owner relocated with the car to Arizona and used the car sparingly until just a couple of years ago. This car and its provenance are near-perfect. It comes with all the original paperwork, tools, books, and stickers. The only original item missing is the inflator can. The only aftermarket add-ons are floor mats. The Giallo Fly paint still shines and the black leather interior is immaculate. This Pantera features electric windows and air conditioning, unusual features in Italian exotics from this era. The Marti report authenticates this car and is included. This is the pinnacle of collectible Panteras. This opportunity will not come again after the hammer falls Saturday night.

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1964 Plymouth Belvedere Marty Robbins Estimate for Charity: $80,000- $100,000

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1964 Plymouth Belvedere ex-Marty Robbins Estimate: $80,000 - $100,000

Restoration Featured on TV Show “Americarna”

Raced by Country Music Legend Marty Robbins

Restoration Done by Ray Evernham

Engine: 440 CI V8 4-Barrel Carburetor 4-Wheel disc brakes


The Model: The Belvedere moniker was around as a trim package before it became Plymouth’s fullsize offering in 1954. Like the rest, the Belvedere changed aesthetically over the next ten years, from its original shoebox style, through the big tailfin era, and finally a downsizing in 1962. While the new smaller car’s sales were down, so was their weight. And when Mopar debuted their new engine in 1964, the 426 Hemi, they picked the little Belvedere to showcase the power plant. The new powerful, lightweight package hit the race tracks with unmatched success. At the 1964 Daytona 500, Plymouth Belvederes came in with the trifecta, finishing 1-2-3. The Belvedere became renowned for its racing prowess at tracks across the country, so when the country music legend, Marty Robbins, was choosing a platform for his Sportsman Modified, the Belvedere was the only logical choice.

The Car: With a history as rich as the gobs of purple paint that covered “Marty’s Car”, this old time racer was snatched from the graveyard in just the nick of time, by just the right guy, legendary NASCAR crew chief, Ray Evernham. Like most racetrack machines, “Marty’s Car” was left for dead after its racing days were over until Evernham rescued the car from its retirement home just miles from the Nashville track where it had run so many years before. Under his supervision, the car was given a painstaking restoration that focused on saving as much of the original car’s parts as possible. And there were plenty. The frame and roll cage were saved, as well as the seat, the steering wheel, and gas pedal. Evernham’s laser focus on putting the car back the way Robbins drove it even included bringing back the original artist to hand-letter the car. As a racer, Evernham chose the most successful race trim Robbins ran the car in. Now the car sports the larger, lighter 440 CI engine that propelled the car to its best finishes. The full restoration process was documented on the national television show “Americarna”. The car remains ready to race, and if it doesn’t take the checkers it is sure to draw attention in any collection.

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ot 41 L 1958 Chevrolet Belair Impala Designer: Clare MacKichan Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000 Chassis Number: F58K136857 Decoded: F=Belair 58=1958 K=Kansas City 136857= Serial Number Engine: 348 CI Turbo Thrust V8 Four Barrel Carburettor 2-Speed Powerglide Transmission Four-Wheel Drum Brakes

Classic 50s Styling

Mechanically Well Sorted

Great Driver Quality Car

The Model: The Impala moniker was first introduced to the motoring public as a top-of-the-line Belair in 1958. The upgrade included more than a name change, Chevrolets new top model would be longer through the deck, lower to the ground and even wider than the cheaper models. Consumers could easily identify the more expensive model by the two additional taillights, for a total of six. The tailfins from the previous year were restyled and became distinctly carved rear fenders, accented with lots of trim. 1958 would also be the first year for dual headlights. The Impala nameplate would come and go for decades to come, and would play a major role in the American motoring landscape. The Car: The Salmon colored paint that was applied in an older restoration shines nicely, with no major detractions. The stainless steel trim does show some age, but overall accents the long lines of this Impala very nicely. Inside, the impala previously received a period correct restoration, that like the outside does show some use, but overall is in nice condition. Under the big hood of this Chevrolet is the w-series engine that led to the legendary 409. Looking and sounding fresh, the 348 CI V8 provides just the right amount of power for this full-size Chevrolet. Well sorted mechanically and lovely to look at, this is the perfect Saturday night cruiser, or to load the family up in and head to the ice cream shop. Raise your hand and make this classic yours.

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1983 Ferrari 400i Coachbuilder: Pininfarina Estimate: $68,000 - $90,000

Chassis No: 101F101C238429 Engine: 340hp, 4.8 liter DOHC V-12 engine 6 weber carburetors, automatic transmission four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes Odometer: 16,227 Miles Actual •

Four-Passenger GT Car

Luxurious Performance

16,300 Original Miles

The Model: When Ferrari unveiled the new 400 model at the Paris motor show in 1976 the public got its first look at a Grand Touring Ferrari built with luxury in mind with an optional automatic transmission. Targeted as a luxury grand tourer with classic Pininfarina’s body lines it carved a special place in the Ferrari world. The 400i was introduced in 1979 as the successor with suffix “i” which signified the Bosch K-Jectronic fuel injection system. Despite being designed as a model made for the American market because of the automatic transmission and the emissions compliance, very few of these cars ever hit American ports. These cars were coveted by individuals looking to enjoy Italian performance and style in a luxurious package. While it was a Ferrari with an automatic transmission, it did come with a proper 4.8 liter V12 that produces 340 HP. The Car: Fresh in its new coat of Rossa Corsa, this purist GT has a finish that is fitting for an Italian exotic. The five spoke wheels complete the exterior package and add a bit of sport cues to what otherwise is a touring car. While the interior is missing the obligatory shift gates, it does show off its sporty side with the cockpit style interior. Designers focused in including plenty of luxury with buttery saddle brown hides that compose most of the interior space. Traditionally desired by collectors the V12 is located front of the driver which is running right and is ready to hit the road. This focus on luxury in the Ferrari world, while a departure from the norm, is a very well-behaved, road-going car that demands to be driven. Take this prancing pony home and add it to your rotation of favorite drivers.


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ot 43 L 1940 Packard Super 8 “160” Convertible Sedan Designer: Raymond Dietrich Estimate: $110,000 - $125,000

Engine: 356 cid L-head in-line 8 cyl. 2-barrel Carburetor/160 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 36,000 Miles Believed Original

The Model –With 1939 marking the end of the V12 era for Packard, combined with the majority of production being dedicated to the junior 110 and 120 series of cars, it was only on rare occasion that one of the senior cars was ordered. But these new 1940 “8’s” had seen major improvements with a revised L-head design with a 6.45:1 compression ratio that produced 160 HP @ 3,500 rpm. The use of lighter aluminum pistons also helped in the boost to performance keeping Packard as not only a leader in the luxury car market, but also one with plenty of pep and performance. While the junior series Packards were fairly standardized, the senior cars were usually custom ordered and were treated to a being assembled by highly skilled craftsmen who concentrated in exacting perfection and producing the highest quality of any car build on the face of the planet. America was coming out of the depression and sales for the big cars saw an uptick for 1940, one that would be short lived due to conflicts in other parts of the world.


Factory Radio, Clock and Side-Mount Spares

Built-In Trunk for Touring

CCCA “Full Classic” Recognition

The Car: Considered a regular catalog car, body style 1377, the Super 8/160 convertible sedan found limited success, but those who did order one had a long list of choices to choose from. This example was delivered new to a Baltimore based publishing magnate who wanted the car for his summer home in Maryland. Zell Motors, the largest of four Packard dealers in the Baltimore area, placed the order and delivered the car just as ordered. Presented pretty much just as it had been delivered this 160 is fitted with factory AM radio, clock, enclosed dual side-mount spare tires, whitewall tires with factory hubcaps and trim rings, plus adorning the top of the radiator shell is the Goddess of Speed mascot, sometimes referred to as the “Donut Chaser”. One item that was not ordered for this car was a heater, after all, it was to be a summer-time only vehicle. With glossy black paint providing a rich, deep reflection, smooth body panels and decent chrome trim, this Packard qualifies as a “Full Classic” from the CCCA and would be a welcomed participant at any vintage Packard exhibition or tour. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1988 Lamborghini Countach LP 5000 Quattrovalvole Designer: Marcello Gandini Estimate: $345,000 - $385,000

The Model: When first introduced, the Countach took automotive design and engineering to a whole new level. Quite an accomplishment for an Italian tractor maker, but it became the icon for exotic styling predicting the angular style that became popular in the 1980s. Add to that the powerful V12 engine, an understanding of how the driver and the car worked in unison, and that too much was never enough, all made the Countach the car every kid had to have a poster of on their bedroom wall. In 1985 the engine was improved again, bored and stroked to 5167 cc and given four valves per cylinder—quattrovalvole in Italian, hence the model’s name, Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole or 5000 QV in short. The biggest change under the hood was the introduction of fuel injection, with the Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, providing 414 bhp (309 kW; 420 PS), rather than the six Weber carburetors providing 455 bhp (339 kW; 461 PS) used in the previous carbureted models. As for other markets, 1987 and 1988 model Quattrovalvoles received straked sideskirts and a mere 610 cars were built.

Chassis Number: ZA9CA05A0JLA12315 Decoded: Z=Italian assembled; A9=Lamborghini; CA050=Countach 5000 QV; J=Check Digit;L=1988 model year; LA=Lamborghin 12315=Serial Engine: 4754 cc DOHC V12 Cylinder Motor Bosch KJetronic fuel injection / 414 bhp 5-Speed Manual Transaxle Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 29,645 Kilometers (18,420 Miles) Actual •

Less Than 19,000 Miles

Desirable Fuel-Injected Model

Poster Child of the 80’s

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1988 Lamborghini Countach LP 5000 Quattrovalvole Estimate: $345,000 - $385,000


The Car: This amazing LP 5000 QV came from a private collection. It comes complete with its original numbers matching drivetrain. Driven a mere 29,645 KM (18,420 Miles) over the last 27 years. Mostly in its unrestored condition, finished in its original Rosso color along with it’s original, refreshed tan leather seats and recently revived dash. Wearing mostly original decals, ID tags and stickers it is one of the last of the great Lamborghini’s produced. Treated to a complete engine out service with a new OEM clutch and new dashboard 08/2015. The Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection makes this car a pleasure to drive while providing a symphony of Italian muscle and the pure exhilaration this car provides the driver makes it all worthwhile. Fitted with the highly desirable rear wing and “five-hole” gold alloy wheels this is the type of car many dream of, but few will own. An important Countach that has been preserved for you to enjoy today. 105 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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2005 Porsche 911 Supercup Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $100,000 - $125,000

Sold on Bill of Sale Engine: 3.7 Liter DOHC Horizontally opposed 6-Cylinder 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

1st Place at Nürburgring 4th at Indy and 4th Overall in The Porsche Supercup

Comes with Its Original Wagenpaß, Paper Workshop Manual, and Import Paperwork

Driven by Porsche Factory Driver Christian Menzel

The Model: The 911 line has always been an attempt to make the racing feel tangible on the street. Through constant refinement and painstaking development, the German engineers have made each iteration of the line smoother, more powerful and faster. The 996 saw the end of the legendary air-cooled engines and the 997 continued the new tradition Porsche had started with a series of cosmetic changes both inside and out. For those that wanted a full out racing experience from their Porsche, there was only one option, the GT3. A dual purpose design that allowed the company to homologate their aero package and served as a base for customer racing, the GT3 was a pure adrenalin pumping, corner carving, track focused Porsche, that despite the water-cooled engine, even Porsche purest couldn’t deny. If you had dreams of standing on the podium, you could order one up and hit the Porsche Supercup Series, where you would receive plenty of help from the factory, on the world’s most famous circuits.

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2005 Porsche 911 Supercup Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $100,000 - $125,000

The Car: Ordered as part of the Tolimit race team, this GT3 is a well documented participant in the 2005 Porsche Michelin SuperCup Series. The team competed in 11 races that season. In the skillful hands of Christian Menzel, this GT3 was able to take home a victory at the Nürburgring, as well as two more podium finishes. The team finished the season in a respectable 4th place in the overall points. Today, this racer sits ready for the next talented driver to take the controls and put it back in victory lane. Well maintained after being retired from its Supercup career this GT3 and its 400 HP 3.7 liter flat-six need nothing but a team with the desire to win. If you are that talent and have that desire don’t let this one cross the block without raising your hand.

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Coachwork: Pininfarina Designer: Lorenzo Ramaciotti Estimate: $155,000 - $205,000

Less Than 4K Original Miles

Desirable 6-Speed Transmission

Fantastic Choice to Ferrari’s V-12 Ownership Club

Chassis Number: ZFFZS49A9Y0118498 Decoded: Z=Italy; FF=Ferrari; Z=F133A V-12 Engine; S=Airbags, Manual Restraint System with Child Seat Anchors; 49=550 Maranello; A=North American Market/Left Hand Drive; 9=Check Sum; Y=2000 Model Year; 0=Maranello Assembly; 118498=Serial Number Engine: 5.5 Liter DOHC V-12 Bosch Motronic Fuel Injection / 485 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes Odometer: 3,800 Miles Actual


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The Model: At its 1996 unveiling the 550 Maranello was placed at the very top of Ferrari’s lineup. Unlike previous cars, the 550 was a front engine car. That engine was nothing less than a 48-valve dual-overhead-cam V-12 monster cranking out 485 HP. In a break from the Ferrari tradition of drawing model numbers from individual cylinder displacement, the 550 invokes the 5.5-liter full displacement of the V-12 engine. Ferrari looked to their heritage for the name and chose Maranello, the town that is home to Ferrari headquarters. The 550 balanced the massive V-12 out front with a rear-mounted six-speed to handle the power. A tubular steel frame provided the rigid structure while the exterior was clad in a beautiful Pininfarina-designed aluminum body. The entire package provided comfort and considerable storage space to make the Maranello not only a performer but a practical GT.


2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello Estimate: $155,000 - $205,000

The Car: This Maranello is in outstanding condition with low mileage even in Ferrari terms. The drivetrains melodious V-12 is ready to put the almost 500 HP to the wheels. To be ahead of the game, this prancing horse was recently serviced and made road ready for its new owner. The nero on nero color scheme with red interior accents is both elegant and strong. This grand tourer features 16 -way electric seats, adjustable steering wheel and pedals, Sony stereo system with six-disk changer and immobilizer. With an original price around 225K, this car has been preserved with the care a quarter million dollar car deserves. This Ferrari is an unbelievable example of what Ferrari had to offer their clientele in the early 2000’s.

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1988 BMW M6 Designer: Nader Faghihzade Estimate: $40,000 - $55,000

DINAN Performance Upgrades

Honest Survivor with 80K Miles

Single Ownership From New

Chassis Number: WBAEE1414J2560848 Engine: 3.5 Liter DOHC M88 Inline 6 Cylinder 5-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

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The Model: The 1980’s have widely been regarded as one of the worst periods in automotive history, but there was a bright spot imported from Germany. The new BMW 6 Series design, released in 1976 was the brainchild of BMW exec Bob Lutz, who put an end to business as usual at the German automaker, sketching out the basic framework for the new modern design. The 6 Series would be offered with the BMW Motorsports division upgrades starting in 1984, that is if you didn’t live in the United States. If you did reside in the US, then you would have to wait until 1987 for the US market M6 to arrive. Hyperbole aside, when the M6 did arrive, the ultimate driving machine would now be part of the American experience. The E24 chassis acquired its engine, the M88 from BMW’s Pro Car, the M1, albeit slightly detuned, to power the M-badged car. The M6 would also get the M-Tech suspension upgrades making commuters feel like Mario Andretti. Not forgetting that BMW owners had come to expect a certain level of civility in their 4 seat coupes, electric Nappa leather seats came standard, as did rear A/C and an A/C cooled chiller between the seats. All that luxury and power came with a stiff price tag, almost sixty thousand dollars if you picked one up at a dealership, a small price to pay for a truly fantastic grand touring car.

The Car: A stand out in red, this future classic remains as the factory appointed it. With an absolutely babied finish, this is certainly one of the highest quality survivors on the market. Accented by the gold BBS wheel the shark-nosed exterior of this M6 is a head turner. The interior has been used with an equal gingerness and remains free of any rip, tears, or scuffs. The suspension was upgraded with Dinan components adding an extra bit of grip to the already stout performer. The M88 under the hood was also improved with a Dinan chip, putting more pep behind the gas pedal. The well-maintained drivetrain makes this an effortless car to enjoy. As always, with the reappearance of the M6 nomenclature, the first generation examples are rapidly being gobbled up by the market. If you have ever wanted one of the shark-nosed Bimmers from the 80s now is the time to grab one and hold it.

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1987 Lola Chevrolet IndyCar ex-Mario Andretti Estimate: $285,000 - $425,000

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This ex-Mario Andretti Indy car is nearly race ready with a fresh Buick engine or the parts required to install the Chevrolet engine needed to restore it to the Newman-Haas Racing configuration of 1987. •Serial (#1) 1987 Lola for Carl Haas, exclusive Lola North American importer. •Campaigned in 1987 by Paul Newman-Carl Haas race team for Mario Andretti. •Driven in the 1990 Indianapolis 500. •Most comprehensive set of spare parts available anywhere. •Vintage racing ready.

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1987 Lola Chevrolet IndyCar ex-Mario Andretti Estimate: $285,000 - $425,000

The significance of this 1987 Lola is greatly enhanced by the fact that 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner and 1978 Formula One World Champion Mario Andretti campaigned it during the 1987 season. Andretti drove this (serial number 1) Lola for Newman-Haas Racing in the red and yellow livery of sponsor Hanna Car Wash and Rainx. Current owner Kent Baker purchased the car directly from Carl Haas at his offices in Lincolnshire, Illinois in January 1989. Haas, the official North American importer of Lola racecars, provided his assurance that Andretti won two races with the car. Andretti won the Long Beach Grand Prix and the Road America 200 during the 1987 season. Baker originally purchased the car not as a collector but to actively campaign it in the Indy car series for 1989. The team installed a Buick engine legal only for the Indianapolis 500. The driver was Steve Chassey and the chief mechanic was Billy Bignotti, the son of seven-time Indianapolis 500 Mile Race winning chief mechanic George Bignotti. The team returned in 1990 with driver Stan Fox to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 on the ninth row. This was in an ultra-competitive era when 14 drivers failed to make the race primarily due to being bumped from the field with speeds too slow to place them among the 33 starters. The car is race prepared with a fresh Buick engine ready for installation – just as it was for the 1990 Indianapolis 500 except that it will require new springs and an inspection. The current livery is as it was when Fox drove it in that race. In addition to the car, Buick engine and parts required to install a Chevy engine to original Newman-Haas specs, this lot includes: • • • • •

An extra set of wheels A second engine cover Three additional tunnels Two extra sidepods Road racing rear and front wings

An extensive inventory of additional parts – a larger supply for a 1987 Lola Indy car than can be found in one collection elsewhere – is available at additional cost. This includes suspension pieces, brake rotors, shocks and more. This Lola Indy car has everything necessary to embark on a vintage racing program today.

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Perfect for a Sunday Drive Recent Complete Restoration Vintage Air Conditioning

The Model: Born from one of the infamous regimes the world has ever known, the Volkswagen Beetle rose from the ashes like a Phoenix. It’s fame and influence could be found around the world becoming the most recognizable vehicle wherever roads were to be made. Developed as a “People’s Car”, the literal translation from German, the Beetle would be assembled in over 60 countries. With over 21 million examples produced of the original Beetle design, it is by far the most popular car the world has ever seen. In 1999, it was designated as one of the four most important vehicles ever produced, in company with the Citroen DS, the Mini and Ford’s Model T. Eventually technology moved on and a basic design from the 1930’s came to the end of its road after more than 50 years of production. The Car: The white paint on this relic is glossy, so glossy in fact, that it reflects perfectly the ground up restoration this car was given. Trimmed with just the right amount of black, in the running boards, bumpers and trim the exterior is finished up with a proper look of German Fuchs wheel. The inside features modern appointments that run deeper than the materials that cover the cabin spaces. Treat yourself to the air conditioning while you boogie around town, running errands or hitting the local car meets. Power was meant to provide the reliability of a modern unit, that was achieved through the use an electronic fuel injection. Perfect for the urban cruiser of weekend trips for fun, this bug was designed to be enjoyed on the road, so forget the static collections, grab the keys and go!

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1972 Porsche 911T 2.4 Coupe Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000

Chassis number: 911210 2328 Decode: 911=911 2=1972 1=911T 0=Coupe 2328= Serial Number Engine:2,341cc SOHC Flat 6-Cylinder Engine MFI 5-Speed Manual Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 65,300 Miles Showing •

Matching Numbers Example

Desirable One Year Only External Oil Door Filler

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, Manuals & Books

Service Records Back to Early 90’s.

The Model: The original Porsche 911, introduced in the autumn of 1963, was the bringing of a now famous, distinctive and durable design. The Porsche 911 design has been a consistent platform of improvements, studies, and resulting victories on the track. Mechanically, the 911 was notable for being a rear-engined, air-cooled performance-focused car, which also translated into a well-composed streetcar. The 911 series is often cited as being one of the most successful competition car ever. Between 1972-1973, all models got a new larger 2,341cc ‘2.4’ engine. The 911 came in three model variants, the T model, with the 130 HP 2.4, the E with a 165 HP 2.4, and the S topping the line with a 190 HP 2.4. But power was never Porsche strong suit, handling was where the company excelled and in 1972 attention was paid to the details, with modifications like moving the oil tank inboard from its original location behind the right rear wheel. The move transferred the entire weight of the oil sump system to a neutral position, improving the handling of the already rear-heavy car. Porsche focus on the cornering ability of its cars continues today, paying homage to the 911s of the early years. The Car: The Gold Metallic paint that earned this vintage 911 the nickname “The Golden Tee” was well applied in an older restoration and remains lovely to look at today. The finish only shows minor blemishes, proving this was a gently used car. The brown leatherette interior shows only slight wear. Inside, all of the controls and gauges work properly as does the original Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio. This 911 is mechanically well sorted as the result of a recent freshening that included an engine and transmission reseal, new clutch, and a new exhaust that provides the distinct Porsche sound. As a solid driver or an investment piece, this Porsche brings back a nostalgic feeling for a line of sports cars whose history is just as important as their modern-day achievements. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1964 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $45,000 - $60,000 Chassis Number: 40837S103761 Decoded: 4=1964; 08=Chevrolet Corvette; 37=Hardtop coupe; S=St. Louis, MO, Assembly; 103761=3,761st 1964 Corvette schedule for production. Engine: 327 cid OHV “Small-block” V8 4-barrel Carburetor/300 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 47,580 Miles Showing •

Second Year of the Stingray

Numbers Matching Engine Block

Original Colors and Soft Trim

The Model: If during the 1960s you were in the USA and between the ages of 10 to 80, and you weren’t crazy about cars, well buddy, there was just no hope for you, especially if you didn’t drool over the Corvette Stingray! With its aerodynamic profile, the wedge front with hide-away headlights, and fastback styling, these cars looked like they could slice through the air like a contemporary fighter jet. For 1964 a number of refinements were applied such as the one-piece rear glass improving visibility to the rear, and for the coupes a fan was added to help ventilation, channeling air through functional outlets behind the driver’s seat. Minor trim changes saw a simulated wood-grain steering wheel as standard equipment, and a growing list of accessories were also offered. Corvette production rose by nearly 1,000 units over 1963, with impressive performance and the best looks ever on an American sports car, it was a status symbol one could be proud of.

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The Car: Finished in its original color of Ermine White, this Stingray coupe has all that you could ever hope for. Under the hood sits the numbers matching block, with all components, such as the chrome air cleaner and finned aluminum valve covers, correctly detailed. Looking inside the car you will find the original AM-FM radio, full instrumentation, and those comfortable bucket seats, which were thicker and more comfortable than in the previous season. This Corvette remained with the same owner from 1969 until recently when it was acquired by our consignor. Included with the purchase is the car’s original window sticker, sales contract, owner’s manual and instruction booklet for the radio. At a cost of $53.80 over the base engine, the L75, 300 HP version of the 327 was the most popular selection for Corvette buyers this season with 10,471 opting for this choice. This car has never been judged by the NCRS, and may very well qualify for honors reserved only for the best of the breed, a survivor Corvette! 125 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 Tourer by Le Baron Designer: Roland Stickney Estimate: $395,000 - $440,000

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1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 Tourer by Le Baron Designer: Roland Stickney Estimate: $ 395,000 - $440,000

The Model: By the time Isotta Fraschini introduced the first Tipo 8 chassis in 1919, the marque had a long established reputation of high-performance machines dating back to the 1908 victory in the Targa Florio. Like many luxury cars of this era, the chassis and running gear were supplied by Isotta, letting customers of this caliber contract with the coach builder of their own choosing. One discerning customer of the day was a stockbroker George Piperno, who contracted with Le Baron to build this rather spectacular touring car. Piperno would go on to purchase several other Isotta chassis each with its own custom coachwork by Le Baron, but 489 was his first and is thought to be the only survivor. One of the first ever 8-cylinder cars in production the Tipo 8 shares a reputation of perfection with the likes of Rolls-Royce and Duesenberg. Finding an original example of Italian mechanical genius with beautiful American coachwork is really quite a treat.

The Car: It is believed that Piperno retained this car throughout the Great Depression and WWII. The next owner of record was William Pollock, a pioneer in the world of collector cars. This Tipo 8 next appeared in the ownership of Alfred Rodway who displayed it in his museum, Rodway’s Classic Era throughout the 1960’s. It is believed that while in Rodway’s ownership a cosmetic restoration was performed and that is when the current black and red color scheme was applied. It was then sold to Walter Weimer who owned it until 1975 selling it to LaVerne Johnson. In 2000, Johnson had Clark-Patton of Plymouth, Michigan do a mechanical restoration including a full engine rebuild. Recently freshened, today this mighty symbol of early motoring success is ready for touring. While the trail of owners is well known, there is a mystery of where this car has been, what it has seen and who were the passengers. While it would be a splendid ride to take to the races or a Sunday picnic, researching its history could prove to be almost as exciting as piloting this fantastic machine.

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Chassis Number: 489 Engine Number: 500 Engine: 360 cid L-Head in-line 8 cyl. 2-barrel Carburetor/80 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Vacuum Servo Mechanical Drum Brakes by Dewandre

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1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SL “California Roadster” Designer: Paul Bracq and Béla Barényi Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: 1130431002113 Engine: 2,496 cc Inline Six Cylinder/ 150 HP Bosch Fuel Injection 4-Speed Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes

Coveted Euro Headlights

Rare California Roadster 250 SL

Desirable 4-Speed Transmission and A/C

Engine Bay Restoration by Marque Expert

Odometer: 73,984 Miles Actual The Model: A one-year production run gives the Mercedes-Benz 250 SL the distinction of being the rarest of the cars known internally as the W113s, and recognized as “Pagodas” to the rest of us. A replacement for the 230 SL, they featured a new torquey engine that was more reliable because of its improved cooling system. The new nomenclature also saw the addition of the California roadster, aptly named because it lacked a soft top, replacing it with a fold down back seat, extending their use to small families and touring purposes. The rear fold down seat models remain some of the best examples today because of their kind environment. The Car: Exquisitely maintained and original, the Silver Grey factory color, applied by an Arizona marque expert, covers the perfectly fitted panels of this iconic Pagoda. All of the chrome and aluminum trim remain near perfect. Demand for perfection continued into the interior, exemplified by the painstakingly refinished wood dash and correct, complete working instruments. The interior features a superior “stacked” A/C and a Becker radio. Power is supplied by a completely rebuilt and restored engine and the sporty 4-speed transmission. While this pagoda is ready for the shows the consignor admits he can’t help but to take this pleasure around the block every once in awhile. This California “Pagoda” is a rare breed and unique enough to add a touch of flare to the most eclectic collection.

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1986 Ferrari Testarossa Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $115,000 - $165,000

Surviving Example

Desirable One Lug Wheels

Distinctive Flying Mirror

Chassis Number: ZFFSA17A1G0062237 Decoded: ZFF=Italy Ferrari Ferrari S=F113A040 Engine A=3Point Belts 17=Testarossa A=Left-Hand Drive, North America 1=Check digit G=1986 0062237=Serial Number Engine: 4943 cc Horizontally Opposed “Boxer” 12-Cylinder Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection / 390 bhp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 16,100 Miles

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1986 Ferrari Testarossa Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $115,000 - $165,000

The Model: The Testarossa has the heart of a Boxer, a Berlinetta Boxer. The elder, the Berlinetta Boxer, had a few problems that simply couldn’t be ignored. Primarily the front mounted radiator. This design required plumbing to carry hot fluid back to 12-cylinder engine making the cabin feel like the heater was perpetually on. The solution was to move the radiators back and into the opening on the side of the new Pininfarina design. The design, however, violated some countries laws that forbid large openings in the sides of cars. Enter the Strakes. The cheese graters. The egg slicers. Whatever you called them, they caused a stir. The Testarossa’s stark lines, which ditched the old curvaceous profile of its older brother, were met with mixed reviews. It’s a look that today is regarded as one of the best. Despite its new duds, the Testarossa still sported the mid-mounted-flat-12-cylinder engine. With a set of Rosa Corsa heads buttoned on, the redhead has achieved what most Italian cars never will. Love from mainstream Americans. The Car: With strakes covering the majority of the car’s profile, it’s hard to imagine that they are not the most defining feature of the supercar. Well, they are not. Moving the rear-view mirror high on the A-pillar somehow overshadows the rest of Pininfarina’s lines. Not to be upstaged, those mirrors were quickly relegated back to their traditional location, leaving these flying mirror examples highly collectible. If you can see past the odd mirror location, you will also see that the Rosa Corsa paint is pristine. This Testarossa if ignorant of the ways of the world with just 16,000 miles on record. The cockpit that serves as a cabin, houses the buttery-Italian-leather seats and gated shifter, all in remarkable condition. Ready to take center stage, the Colombo 12-cylinder politely murmurs to life and ready to hit the back roads and put those shift gates to good use. If you are going to get one with a flying mirror, the time is now. Take this Testarossa home and be in the elite of the Ferrari owners club. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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Rare 1986 March in the livery of four-time Indy 500 champion Al Unser’s 1987 winner.


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1986 March Cosworth IndyCar Estimate: $145,000 - $225,000

This 1986 March Cosworth IndyCar is one of the few fully operational racecars of its kind anywhere. Most other examples were damaged in accidents and are now seen only in museums. It is restored to the livery of Al Unser’s winning entry in the 1987 500. The car is serial number 3 and was driven to eighth place in the 1988 Indianapolis 500 by Phil Krueger. • • • • • •

Serial number (#3) March formerly owned by an Indianapolis 500 – winning race team. Created national media sensation as a two-year-old car to qualify in the top half of the 1988 Indianapolis 500 field. Winner, Clint Brawner Mechanical Excellence Award. The Model - Withplace a reputation for Indianapolis pomp and circumstance that dates back to the 1920s, Rolls Royce continued seamlessly Driven to eighth in the 1988 500. as they entered into set an era underparts the tutelage BMW. The first Phantom under BMW ownership was released in 2003, Most comprehensive of spare availableof anywhere. but as they often do,with the Ford public loved the car but demanded a convertible. To meet that demand Rolls-Royce unveiled Vintage racing ready Cosworth engine. the Phantom drophead coupe at the North American Auto show in detroit in 2007. Based on the Phantom’s platform, the Drophead coupe did not disappoint housing BMW’s V12March that was sourced for power in the behemoth, slinging from 0-60 The current long term custodian, K. Baker purchased this 1986 from Indianapolis 500-winning team owner Ron Hemelgarn inWith 5.7 seconds, not bad considering it weighsheinprepared at 5800 pounds. in 1987. some assistance from Roger Penske, the car to race in the 1988 Indianapolis 500. The driver was Phil Krueger, who also qualified for the 1986 Indianapolis 500. Krueger qualified on the outside of the fifth row, a success that creEven with its German infusion, the Phantom remains polite as ever, even offering you an umbrella when you open the door. ated significant national media attention with USA Today as well as network television and extensive feature stories locally with The doors also close themselves with a push of a button, like having a valet at every stop. The Phantom has attempted to the Indianapolis Star newspaper. anticipate your every need, and putting a solution at your fingertips. To say that the Phantom is plush would be understating the stateliness and grace the Marque has delivered. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The team was recognized for their impressive achievements with the Clint Brawner Mechanical Excellence Award, a prize in the name of the legendary championship mechanic who guided Mario Andretti to his only Indianapolis 500 victory in 1969. Baker and Krueger’s outstanding accomplishment came in an ultra-competitive era when 14 other drivers – including two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Gordon Johncock, Gary Bettenhausen, and other big names – failed to make the starting grid. Krueger drove the car to an eighth place finish on the same lap as the winner, four-time Indianapolis 500 Champion Rick Mears. Baker and his team returned with the car for another shot at the Borg-Warner Trophy in 1989 with IndyCar race-winning driver John Paul, Jr. The team narrowly missed the field, being bumped at the very last minute by 24 Hours of Le Mans champion Davy Jones in an A.J. Foyt entry. Baker retired the car to his showroom after that event. After being contacted by the Cummins Museum and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum in the mid-1990s (who both showed interest in the car due to its rarity) Baker decided to preserve it in the livery of Al Unser’s fourth and final Indianapolis 500 victory. Interest in the car, especially in the Unser tribute livery, is particularly acute because examples of 1986 March racers that are fully functional and race ready are exceptionally rare. What few March 86s that remain are for the most part crash damaged and/or relegated to museums. After the significant display of institutional interest in the car (Cummins was the primary sponsor of Unser’s Team Penske racer for his 1987 win) Baker purchased all the 86 March parts he could find. His primary sources were the Penske Museum and Vince Granatelli who had spare parts from his days owning an IndyCar race team. Included in Baker’s spares are an extra set of wheels and road racing wings. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1952 International Harvester L 110 Designer: Carl Otto Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

Concours Level Restoration

Short Box with Bedside Spare

Excellent Mechanical Condition

Chassis Number: SD22081454 Engine: 220 cid OHV in-line 6-cylinder 1-barrel Carburetor/101 bhp 4-speed floor-shifted transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 30,200 miles showing

The Model: While the International-Harvester Company could trace its heritage to a time well before the start of the 20th Century, their first “Auto Buggy High-Wheelers” didn’t hit the road until 1908. Just as their reputation for well-built and well-engineers farm equipment was known around the world, these truck garnered the same tales of rugged abilities. After WWII, International added a bit of design and flair to their commercial lines and found not only a strong market in rural areas, but also a growing market in the cities and towns. When the L-series was released in the early 1950s, it was a combination of good looks and durable performance for whatever job it was called on to perform. The Car: This L110 Series 1/2-ton pickup has been treated to a full restoration that will qualify as “concours” quality wherever it is shown. Finished in a pleasing light green with black fenders, the box features the side-mounted spare tire, golden oak sideboards, and fresh wood for the bed of the box. The interior is appointed just as it would have been in 1952 and features a restored heater-defroster unit, as well as a comfortable vinyl covered bench seat. Under the hood, the “Silver Diamond Six” purrs to life and driving this truck is like stepping back in time. While the history of this truck has not been revealed we predict that awards and accolades for being one of the nicest Internationals are in its future.

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1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible Coachwork: E. T. “Bob” Gregorie Estimate: $45,000 - $60,000

Chassis Number: 186732915 Decoded: 18=V8 powered Ford; 6732915=serial number Engine: 221 cid L-Head V8 2-barrel Carburetor/85 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 47,230 Miles Showing

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Well Appointed with Factory Accessories

Authentic Presentation Includes Ford Script Tires

The Model: Despite the concerns or a war looming over the horizon, American industry, particularly automobiles, kept production and development going full-steam ahead. Thus, when the new 1941 Fords were unveiled those in the trade stood up and took notice. Full front fenders, lots of chrome in the grille sides that appeared more flush, officially devoid of running boards, and still the only entry-lever marque to offer V8 power. With the exception of station wagons, the Super Deluxe convertible was the most expensive Ford in 1941 with a base price of $950, which still found over 30,200 customers. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: This example we are proud to present was treated to a complete restoration that was completed several years ago. The black paint reflects its deep gloss, while the interior is fitted with proper red-leather which invites the precisely fitted black soft top that shields its driver and passengers on warm days or when a bit of rain falls into their lives. While the top is up, those inside can keep warm with the heater-defroster while admiring the beautiful simulate wood graining on the garnish and dashboard. They can also be entertained with a factory AM radio and know they are on time with the dash-mounted clock. Other appointments include chrome bumper tips, rear fender skirts, with trim rings for the wheels. Turn-key, ready to enjoy, this 1941 Ford would be a delightful addition to any collection. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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Designer: Russell Snowberger

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1957 Federal Engineering Special Indy Roadste Estimate: $240,000 - $315,000 Engine: 255 C.I. Offenhauser 4 Cylinder 4 Side-draft Carburetors 4-Wheel Hydraulic-Drum brakes

The Model: While the Unsers, Foyts, Jones, and Andrettis have dominated the headlines that surround the Indy 500, the brickyard has a rich history that includes so many racers whose stories are less known, but deserve the ink none the less. Russell Snowberger is one such example. Snowberger ran his first race in 1921 and by 1928 had taken his act to Indy. From 1928 to 1947 he would start the Indy 500 15 times. While he never got the milk, he did score one pole, a pair of top fives and another two top 10 finishes. Eventually, the Mechanic turned driver, reverted back and began producing cars for other drivers.

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2nd in Class at Indy’s Celebration of Automobiles in 2014

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The Car: The last of the Snowberger machines, this Offy-powered racer wears the #4 livery of Tony Bettenhausen, but was piloted by many of the big name drivers of the era. Three of those drivers took this Snowberger to the brickyard for qualifying but came up short in the post-war competition. This car, like many of its ilk, was not allowed to rest on its laurels. After its Indy days had passed, it was converted to a Super Modified and race on the dirt tracks across the country. Recovered years later it was treated to a full concours restoration that returned the car to its original racing condition. The car ran on track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Celebration of Automobiles in 2014, where it was awarded second in class, and was shown at the 2014 Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance. The car is running well and comes with complete historical documentation. If you are a collector of Indy history, 145 don’t miss this chance to tell the Snowberger Story. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1957 Federal Engineering Special Indy Roadster Designer: Russell Snowberger Estimate: $240,000 - $315,000

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1997 Ferrari F355 Spider Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $65,000 - $80,000

Ultra Desirable 6 Speed Manual

Long Term Ownership History

Recently Serviced

The Model: Ferrari has always been on the move to improve and the F355 is the perfect example of the drive that Enzo instilled in his team. While the 348 series had been quite successful, the next generation saw developments that made Ferrari even greater. Through a combination of increased engine displacement plus the addition of a fifth valve to each cylinder (noted by the addition of the last “5” to model designation), as well as other little things like titanium alloy connecting rods, a solid 375 HP was achieved. Always moving forward, 1977 saw the introduction of an improved Bosch Motronic unit, which tweaked performance as well as slightly better mileage. Shifting was accomplished through a 6-speed manual transmission with computer controlled “no pedal” clutch, which added to the drivability of these awesome machines. No wonder the F355 was the most commercially successful model Ferrari had seen to that time, and why today they are sought after not only as collectibles, but for the enjoyment they bring to their owners. The Car: Our consignor purchased this F355 Spider directly from the original owner, who had purchased the car new in Florida. It was stored in secure lodging facilities, was always pampered and given tended to by the local Ferrari dealership. Rather striking with its Rossa Corsa exterior finish, it also sports a tan top to match the interior. Our consignor did say that he doubts the original owner ever put the top down and he knows he has not since he bought it a few years ago. It was recently treated to a full service including belts, and carries a clean CarFax report. Our consignor says there this car is just as it was when delivered new, no paint work, all original soft top, glass and electronics. Audio entertainment is provided by a Sony unit, but the sounds coming from that exhaust is better than almost any rock concert or symphony performance. Also included are two sets of original keys, books and manuals plus a set of

Chassis Number: ZFFXR48A8V0108674 Serial Number Decoded: Z=Italy; FF=Ferrari; X=3.5L V12 R=Restraint system, air bags and seat belts; 48=F355 Spider; A=Lefthand drive, North America delivery; 8=Check digit; V=1997; 0=Maranello assembly; 108674=Unit sequence number. Engine: 3496cc DOHC 40V V8 Bosch Motronic 5.2 EFI / 375 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Ventilated Disc Brakes Odometer: 20,700 Miles Actual


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2009 Johnny Lightning Special Designer: Sam Wills Estimate for Charity: $60,000-$85,000

The sale of Unser’s motorcycle will benefit the Unser Discovery Campus, Inc., an IRS 501(c) (3) educational non-profit.

Engine: S&S G Carb with Thunder Jet 6-Speed Ultima Transmission 113 CI V-Twin With Crane Hi4 Ignition

The Model: In 1970, the senior Al Unser forever cemented himself in the history books. He won the Indy 500. In 1971 further set himself apart by doing it again. Big Al would go on to win the Iconic race two more times, once in 1978 and finally in 1987. Racking up more laps led than any other driver at the Indy Oval in the 500-mile race, Unser showed the way 644 circuits. His ride to victory lane was sponsored by the toy company “Johnny Lightning”. Unser was skeptical and thought he might not be taken seriously as a racer, but after team owner Parnelli Jones assured him that this was a good sponsor and told him about the $1 million bonus if he won the Indy 500, Unser agreed to race with the blue and yellow lightning clad livery. The Bike: Wanting to commemorate his back to back Brickyard wins, Al Unser commissioned Sam Wills of Racing Innovations to build him a bike. The bike he built was the product of careful study of the Johnny Lightning car and the procurement of a handful of parts from cars previously raced by the Indy champ. The most noticeable feature of the motorcycle is the set of 18x8 Halibrand magnesium knockoffs. After completion, the bike spent its life as a show piece in the Unser museum. With 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of this tribute to a legend going to the Unser Discovery Campus, this is your chance to own and commemorate a historic accomplishment. Join hands with Big Al in helping a worthy cause.

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2009 Johnny Lightning Special Designer: Sam Wills Estimate: $60,000-$85,000

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Commemorates Al Unser’s Back-to-Back Indy 500 Wins

Incorporates Parts From Past Unser Machines

Reflects the Iconic “Johnny Lightning” Paint Scheme

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1967 Jaguar E-Type Fixed-Head Coupe Series 1 Designer: Malcolm Sayer Estimate: $110,000 - $145,000

Stunning Numbers-Matching Car in Iconic British Racing Green

Rebuilt Engine, Brakes, and Suspension Systems

Desirable XKE Series 1 - Covered-Headlight Specification

Chassis: 1E33380 Decode: 1E=4.2 Liter Series 1 E-Type, 3=Left Hand Drive Coupe, 3380=Serial Number (August 1966 production, Registered in USA 1967). Engine: 3.8L DOHC, 265 bhp, Twin Overhead Cam, Straight-Six Engine Triple SU Side-Draft Carburetors Jaguar Four-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Power Disk Brakes Odometer: 72,973 Miles Showing

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The Model: The iconic E-Type is one of the most beautiful cars of all time. Enzo Ferrari famously declared it to be, “The most beautiful car in the world!” The fact that the Museum of Modern Art maintains an E-Type in their permanent collection gives testament to why the desire for E-Type ownership is high among car enthusiasts of the past three generations. Styled by aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer as a replacement for the upright XK150, the low sleek curves of the new E-Type stunned the motoring press in 1961. Jaguar had to rush a second prototype to the Geneva Motor Show to meet demands for press demonstrations. While the world clamored for the new E-Type, cars trickled from the production lines as Jaguar completely underestimated demand. As production increased, Jaguar continued to develop their icon. More torque from a larger engine and a fully synchronized gearbox transformed drivability. Better seating and more storage upgraded the interior. The refinement of the covered headlight 4.2 liter Series 1 coupe represents one of the most desirable E-Types.

The Car: This British Racing Green E-Type is the epitome Jaguar’s Grace, Space and Pace mantra of the 1960s. This E-Type has just undergone cosmetic engine-out restoration following a complete engine rebuild. The restoration team paid incredible attention to detail with the use of factory-correct components throughout the project. Detailed work included stunning paint and new chrome plating. New wire wheels make this car stand out and are shod in fresh period-correct redline radial tires. The sumptuous tan leather interior is resplendent with numerous fresh details like the new carpeting, door panels, and factory-spec wood steering wheel. This E-Type still has its numbers-matching 4.2-liter engine that runs and drives just like it should. Cooling is improved by the addition of a high-capacity aluminum radiator. The entire front and rear suspension systems were pulled and rebuilt with new disks, calipers and dampers. Detailed receipts document all of the recent work. E-Type coupes have always represented outstanding value compared to the roadsters, but enthusiasts have recognized the practicality and thoroughly attractive lines of the coupe, propelling a surge in collectability. Don’t miss your chance to pick up this stunning example.

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The Model: When Carroll Shelby created his first Cobra he was limited by the technology at hand. Some of the parts of the then modern sports car had been originated back in the 1920’s, such as the emergency brake mechanism. He used the best that was available to him for his build and the results were record-setting, hair-raising, and legendary performance. Within a few years of the last Cobra coming out of the Shelby factory, the demand for these cars started an entire industry producing replicas of these ultimate sports cars. A number of companies produced everything from do-it-yourself kits to turn-key new cars. Eventually, Shelby himself would get back into the business of building Cobras. One of the leaders in this specialty car business is Lone Star Classics.

The Car: This custom build was done as a project by Operation Comfort, a Texas-based organization dedicated to helping wounded veterans pick up new skills and as therapy helping them get back into day-to-day life. Finished in Silver Pearl, the body is smooth with all panels lined up with the precision that Shelby would have loved. Under the hood a fresh Ford 351 cubic inch “Windsor” small block V8 and is backed up by a Borg-Warner T5 four-speed transmission. Riding on a set of custom Coddington wheels, it features disc brakes on all four corners, as well as power steering and custom exhaust. A full assortment of instruments are mounted to the dash, and the occupants are protected by Crow 4-point seat belts and a driver’s side roll bar. For your listening pleasure, preferably with the engine off, is a JVC audio system complete with radio and CD player. Built to help our veterans recover, this Cobra can be therapy for you too.

2011 Lone Star Cobra Recreation Designer: Carroll Shelby

Estimate: $ 55,000 - $70,000


Chassis Number: 4LSCBA2171H001507 Decoded: 4=USA assembled; LS=Lone Star; CBA=Cobra; 21=Roadster; 7=check digit; 1=2011 model year; H=Non-Factory assembled; 001507=Unit number from factory Engine: 351 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/300 (est.) bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Mileage: 0039 Miles •

Top Quality Construction

Ford Windsor V8 Powered

Vintage Design with Modern Technologies

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1956 Austin-Healey 100M Roadster “Factory Le Mans” Designer: Donald Healey Estimate: $175,000 - $220,000

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Verified Factory 100M

Certified Ownership History

Veteran of Recent Rallys

Engine Number: BN2L231914 Decoded: BN2=2660cc engine; L=Left-hand drive; 213194=Serial Engine: 2660cc OHV 4-cylinder Twin SU Carburetors/110 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Model: With Donald Healey’s success of his first BN1 roadster introduced in 1952, the next step was to make a good thing better. Thus was born the BN2 with the 100M version of this spunky roadster carefully aimed at those who wanted to race with a factory prepared machine that needed only a skilled driver to win trophies. And win they did. With a highlift cam, 8.1:1 compression ratio and larger carburetors, the 100M would go on to score many victories. Both professional drivers and teams, as well as weekend players who found a certain relief valve in motorsports, praised the engineering and performance of the 100M. Each car was hand assembled, with all major sheet metal parts marked to make sure of a perfect fit at the end of the line. The Car: First owned by the legendary Augie Pabst, and in current long term ownership since 1985 this 100M is certified as true factory authentic well documented and retains most all the factory number items. When inspecting this 100M you will find the original numbered items are here, from the sheet metal including the hood and deck-lid, to critical engine parts such as the carburetors, distributor, all cockpit trim, hinges and ignition parts. Also included is the factory steering wheel as well as the soft top with side curtains, plus tools with bag and jack. Presented in its factory hue of Black with Reno Red, this car is a veteran of two Colorado Grands. It’s reported that its factory body has never been off the frame and it’s not known to have ever been raced. With just 7,200 miles on the engine that was renewed back in 1989 this 100M is fresh and authentically original. The knock-off chrome wire wheels are fitted with a set of new Avon tires that were installed in 2015. Not only is this a fine automobile to take out and enjoy a bit of road-rally fun, due to its originality this is a true investment grade sports car. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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Engine: 1592cc/OHV in-line 4-cyl. 2X Downdraft Carburetors/85 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Front Disc with Rear Drum Brakes Mileage: 85,860 Miles Showing

1963 Sunbeam Alpine Mark III Convertible Coachwork: Kenneth Howes Estimate: $20,000 - $28,000

Upgraded Ignition System

Fresh Repaint

Mechanically Sound

The Model: Although Rootes had acquired the Sunbeam-Talbot concern back in the 1930s, it would be the 1950s and the birth of the first Alpine sports car before the name Sunbeam was officially back in business. While the early Alpines found plenty of success, a smaller more compact version was developed and released in 1959. Kenneth Howes, who had come to Rootes from Ford Motor Company, seemed to draw some inspiration from the two-seater Thunderbirds for this version of the Alpine. Using the Hillman Husky station wagon floor-pan as a starting point, the body was smooth and sensuous, tapered slightly from front to back. The engine was taken from another Rootes group family member, the Rapier. Girling brakes provided swift sure stopping power. One of the most famous Alpines of this era had to be the little red number driven by the late Elizabeth Taylor in her Oscar winning performance for Butterfield 8. The Car: This example was purchased by our consignor with the intentions of making it a permanent part of their collection, that is until another car caught their eye. It was given a recent cosmetic refurbishing including a fresh spray of high-quality paint in Ivory White and an entirely new interior done in contrasting bright red. You could call this a “California” version of the Alpine in that it has no soft top, just the easily removable hardtop, that has also been freshened with a new headliner. All of the rubber weather stripping was replaced, the brake system was overhauled, and, a dependable Petronix ignition system was installed. Our consignor says this car is a simple and pure motoring pleasure 162 waiting for the next person to turn key, which could be you.


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1983 March Cosworth Kraco Indy Estimate: $55,000 - $75,000 Engine: Cosworth V8, double overhead cam, Hewland DGLR-300-300 5 speed transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Driven By Mike Mosley

Qualified 2nd For the 1983 Indy 500

Qualifying Speed of 205.372 MPH

The Model: Within just three years of IndyCar racing, March Engineering had emerged as one of the field’s hottest manufacturers. No less than 17 March-Cosworths were in the 33 car field for the Indy 500. Winner Tom Sneva drove a March and four others cracked the top ten. Teo Fabi sat on the pole in the March and Kraco’s, Mike Mosley, was in the middle of the front row. Driven by Mike Mosley, this was one of the first cars to break the 200mph barrier on the track. For the 1983 Indianapolis 500, Mosley reached a speed of 205.372mph during qualification. His qualification awarded him a 2nd place start at the race but an unfortunate crash on T1 took him out of the race. This was not the first time misfortune plagued Mosley at the Indianapolis 500. For 17 consecutive seasons, 1968 to 1983, he started the race, with the exception of 1967 and 1982. Several times he qualified near the front and was a pre-race favorite, but 1979 was the only year that he finished the race. During the course of his career, he had 166 combined career starts, 80 top ten finishes, and 5 career victories. Before he could advance his career further, he lost his life in an off-road accident in 1984.

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The Car: Restored in the early 2000s at a professional race shop, this racer is wearing its original livery from 1983. The older restoration of this car remains very nice and while the car has been sitting for sometime, a quick refresh will get this car ready for its first shakedown. The Cosworth starts when asked and begs to be unleashed. This IndyCar is calling for someone to take it back to the track. This vehicle is sold on a bill of sale only.

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Chassis Number: 3064 Engine: 283 Dual Quad V8 T-10 4-Speed Transmission

One of 142 Arnolt-Bristols Built

Distinctive Bertone Styling with Robust American Power Plant

Period Racing History with West Coast SCCA Participation

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The Model: Stanley “Wacky” Arnolt, the Chicago industrialist turned automaker’s novel idea of importing British chassis, covered with the sleek lines of an Italian design house’s body work, needed to overcome several hurdles, the most formidable being the sourcing of enough chassis. After only half of the 200 promised MG TD chassis were delivered, MG dissolved the relationship with Arnolt because of the growing demand for their cars. Arnolt briefly experimented with the Aston Martin DB2/4 chassis but Aston Martin didn’t see the merit in the venture and put the kibosh on the experiment after only 7 or 8 cars were built. Wacky’s most successful production cars came after striking a deal with Bristol Cars LTD, for delivery of 200 of their 404 series chassis. Of those 200 chassis, 142 were transformed into Bristol Arnolts. The car was available in various body styles that ranged from a full competition model to a coupe. The distinctly Italian lines, which the Bertone design house penned, appeared sleek and fast, compared to the high riding Bristol engine, that even the most talented designers would struggle to smooth over. The final design was said to have influenced the lines of the C3 corvettes. Arnolt took one of those competition cars to Sebring in 1955 and the multinational hybrid was able to capture a first place finish in its class. Arnolt continued to race the cars for several years with equal results.

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1956 Arnolt-Bristol Roadster Designer: Franco Scaglione Estimate: $275,000 - $325,000

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The Car: Delivered new, to a Kansas oil mogul, in competition trim, this Bristol’s chain of custody has been a well-documented exchange from racer to racer. Refusing to deny its racing roots, this ethnically diverse sports car is covered with a new coat of its original one-stage Rossa Corsa paint. Now, however, in place of the original Bristol power plant is a robust Corvette Dual quad engine, a common transplant in the proto-cobras. No detail was spared in the restoration of the car, inside and out. With newly covered aluminum race seats and a set of the correct Smith gauges the minimalist interior is fitting of a true racer. Sure to be the talk of any historic race event, this well sorted, well-documented racer of yesteryear will make its mark on the track or in the paddock.

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Designer: Virgil Exner

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1961 Plymouth Savoy Deluxe 2-dr Station Wagon Estimate: $55,000 - $75,000 Chassis Number: 2515144660 Decoded: 2=Plymouth w/6-cylinder; 5=Station Wagon; 1=1961; 5=El Segundo, Calif. Assembly plant; 44660=unit number Engine: 440 cid OHV V8 2 X Carter AFB 4-barrel Carburetors/400 bhp (est.) 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Last Influence of Exner’s Advanced Design

Excellent Build Quality

Space Age Styleline Muscle Car Performance

Odometer: 37,170 Miles Showing

The Model: By the early 1960s, station wagons were as much a part of the American automotive landscape as SUV’s are today. They hauled everything from the kids to little league practice and groceries, from garden supplies to families going on vacation. While not originally aimed at the performance market, these cars were more at home on a suburban street rather than on a quarter mile strip. With its garish front-end design tacked on taillights that resemble rocket ships, the 1961 Plymouths called upon space-age styling. Most wagon customers were looking for four-door convenience, so the two-door versions were quietly being phased out. This Savoy was one of the last two-door full-size wagons Plymouth produced, one of just 5,503 ever built. While its early life has been lost to history, this car is poised to write a whole new novel about motoring. 170 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: Starting with a solid California body, the original slant-six was removed and stuffed under the hood was a ground-pounding 440 cid Big-Block V8 was placed under the hood. With performance as the goal on this build, quality and visual appeal were also included with all body work done to perfection, chrome and bright work being deep and reflective, the glass clean and clear. The interior looks pretty much factory stock, bench seat in proper vinyl and fabrics, basic AM radio and heater controls, but then there is something odd sticking out of the center of the floor. It is the control for the four-speed transmission that transfers the power under the hood to the back wheels. With those short cross-ram intakes and fuel being fed through the dual Carter carbs, this isn’t your typical grocery getter. Exhaust is channeled through cast iron headers with an MSD ignition sitting on a set of Michelin tires mounted to chrome wheels with baby Moon hubcaps, this wagon still has its original key and even registration papers. Something old, something new, all wrapped up in something blue, and very very fast. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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2002 Porsche 911 Twin Turbo Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Odometer: 53,700 Miles Actual

The Model: The Porsche 996 Turbo made its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, in September of 1999, and went on sale in the US in the summer of 2000 as a 2001 model, with final production ending in 2005. The story lines in car mags, that surrounded the debut, were all about the performance. And rightfully so! The 996 Turbo was powered for the first time by a water-cooled engine, boosted by twin-turbocharged/intercooled 3.6L H-6 derived from the 1998 Le Mans winning GT-1 car. The engine produced a neck-snapping 415 HP at 6000 rpm and 415 lb·ft of torque. The 996 Turbo also featured Porsche’s all-wheel-drive system and was available with either a 6-speed manual or a 5-speed Tiptronic transmission to get power to the ground. Revised styling for the Turbo gave it a wider stance than the naturally aspirated 996 Carreras, along with new bi-xenon headlamps. The Turbo also came with VarioCam Plus, and Porsche’s stability management system, that included a rear spoiler that automatically raised at 76 mph and lowered at 36 mph. Performance from the four-wheel-drive and a 3.6-liter twin turbocharged and intercooled flat-six made the car capable of zipping 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds, and could blast through a quarter mile in 12.30 all while maintaining 189 mph top speed.

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Chassis Number: WP0AB29962S685723 Decoded:W=Germany P=Porsche O= Sports Car A Coupe B=996 2=2 Air Bags 9=Prior to 2009 96=996 2=2002 S=Stuttgart Engine: Twin-Turbocharged 3.6L Horizontally opposed 6-Cylinder 6-Speed Manual All-Wheel-Drive 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Modern Collectable

Super Car Performance

Suspension and Wheel Upgrade

The Car: The 996 Turbos is still rather new and modern to be called a classic, yet with its fantastic supercar 911 performance it has the makings of becoming a true legend. Arguably better performance than the mighty and highly collectible Porsche 959. This beautiful black Turbo with its 19 inch BBS wheels, upgraded suspension gives the car an aggressive stance. The car also received a new lightweight GT3/RS style single mass and high-performance Sachs clutch to improve performance response & acceleration. Original equipment, draped leather rear seats, leather front sport seats, Porsche crest embossed in the headrest, Alu-look instrument faces, XPA thicker steering wheel, navigation, premium Bose sound system, 6-disc CD changer Becker Porsche CDC-3, and stainless steel door entry guards with logo. Exterior is in very good condition with only light marks and blemishes. The interior is excellent, very clean, good leather smell and very little to no wear. This would be a great car for track day events or blast down your favorite back road.

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Engine: 225 CI Offenhauser 4-Cylinder 4 Side draft Carburetors 4-Wheel Drum Brakes

Certified by the Antique Automobile Club of America

Pat O’Connor’s last victory was in this car

Offenhauser Engine #78

The Model: When Chapman Root and his business partner, Don Smith, wanted to enter racing the two named the venture after the loves of their lives, their wives, Sue, and Mary. The speed shop the two created quickly became known for having world-class cars and drivers. In 1957, the team would put Pat O’Connor at the controls of the Sumar Specials at Indy, where he would take the pole. His skills would put the team in victory lane that same year in Trenton, New Jersey, in the car offered here. Tragically, the next year, 1958, would be the last start O’Connor would make at Indy. A first lap incident would cause his car to roll over. O’Connor’s death would start the downfall of the Sumar race team. After losing another driver to a racing incident in 1959 the team called in quits in 1960. The losses were simply too much.

Chassis Number: ZFF72RHL2B0182493 Engine: 5,999 cc 65-degree V-12 engine, Direct injection/Fuel injection six-speed manual automated F1 gearbox Four-wheel carbon-ceramic brakes Odometer: 277 Kilometers

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The Car: Driven by a litany of big name drivers, but now sporting the livery and number from the Bobby Grim campaign, this legendary race car has been restored at the knowing hands of Indy car builder Jackie Howerton, a perfectionist, and renowned metal shaper. Restoration of the car was done to exacting standards to preserve the history of the car. The finished product is a museum quality piece, that has been certified by the Antique Automobile Club of America. The Offy under the hood is tuned and ready to run, making this car perfect for any vintage racing event. With a pile of documentation and vintage pictures, this is a verified piece of racing history. Add this car to your racing stable or your collection, in either case, this car will tell the story of a time when racing was only done by the bravest of men.

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Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi� Porsche

Estimate: $ 90,000 - $105,000

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2009 Porsche 911 Factory GT3 Cup Car

The Model: Everyone who has purchased a Porsche, at some point has pictured himself tracking out of the last corner, on the way to the top of the podium. Porsche has obliged those hopes and created a class that would be a stepping stone for aspiring professional drivers or a competitive series. The IMSA series is divided into two classes: platinum and gold. The products of an elite racing series the race cars produced are of the highest caliber and serve as some of the most competitive cars for historic and vintage racing.

The Car: Sponsored by Konica Minolta, this Porsche 997 factory built cup car was no stranger to the top of the podium. As a winner in the gold class, this racer has been vetted and now awaits a new pair of racing gloves to grip the wheel to guide it around the track. The sealed 3.8-liter engine currently has 36 hours of run time and is purported to produce a shade over 400 hp. Outfitted with all of the racing hardware one would need to hit the track this 911 only needs you to take the wheel to again be a competitor.


Engine:Sealed 3.8 Liter DOHC Horizontally opposed 6-Cylinder 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

IMSA GT3 Cup Championship Gold Class Winning Car

Engine Has 36 Hours On It and The Gearbox Has Just 17 Hours

Maintained by Wayne Taylor Racing

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1993 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Targa Estimate: $45,000 - $55,000

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ23JOP5800313 Decoded: 1=US G=GM 1=Chevrolet YZ=ZR-1 2=Hatchback 3=Manual Belts J=LT-5 0=Check Digit P=1993 5=Bowling Green KY 800313=Serial Engine: Aluminum 350 CI DOHC 32 valve V-8 LT-5 Fuel Injection / 405 hp 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Factory Lotus Designed All Aluminium Engine

Overall Width Inches Wider than Standard C4 Corvette

Coveted by Collectors due to Limited Production

ZR-1 Factory Owners Box with Manuals

Factory Secondary Switch Ignites Full Engine Power

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The Model: Chevrolet swung for the fences when they developed the ZR-1. It would be their attempt to dominate the sports car market, and it did take leaps and bounds in modernizing their flagship sports car. The C4 ushered in modern suspension, tuned port fuel injection and a more subdued shape with celebrated aerodynamics that offered a fresh American Sports Car from the dated lines of the C3. Partnering with the Lotus Group, the Corvette folks developed what would be the heart of the ZR-1, the all-new LT-5. The wildly modern engine design was powerful and reasonably efficient with 16 injectors, which at full blast delivered 405 HP to the 275/40ZR17s on the 11-inch wheels. In order to house those extra meaty tires, the designers gave the ZR-1 its most distinguishing feature by widening the car. Suspension upgrades were also made, making the ZR-1 handle as well as it accelerated. It should be noted that its MSRP price tag was nearly double from the base model and customers were known to have paid in excess of $20,000 above MSRP to get their hands on a ZR-1

The Car: This low mileage example, that will soon be one of the most sought after of the modern Corvette, is covered in its well-maintained factory red paint. The interior is a matching red leather that only shows the gentlest of use. Both the inside and outside of this rare Corvette have been well preserved as a low production number car should be. The LT-5 that provides the fun is also well maintained and running perfectly. Mated to the 6-speed transmission, this drivetrain is perfect for cruising the streets on Saturday night. The low-mile nature of this Corvette makes the decision to continue to preserve it or take it out and stretch its legs difficult. What isn’t difficult is pulling the trigger and adding it to your collection.

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ot 79 L 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 Convertible Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $40,000 - $55,000 Chassis Number: 1Z67L2S502299 Decoded: 1=Chevrolet; Z=Corvette; 67=Convertible; L=350 cid/330 HP “LT1” V8; 2=1972; S=St. Louis, MO, Assembly plant; 502299=Serial Engine: 350 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/330 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 18,711 Miles Showing

The Model –There were only subtle changes to the surface of the Corvette for 1972, but it would prove to be a pivotal year for the model. This season marked the last for chrome plated front and rear bumpers as well as the chrome egg-crate side grilles and the removable back window on coupes. One added feature this year was the introduction of a new VIN composition for all Chevrolet passenger cars, for the first time ever, a code was included that identified exactly which engine was placed in the car at the factory. For 1972, the code “L” was the hot one, it represented the LT1 option, 350 cid rated at 270 HP. While the 1971 edition was rated at 330 HP, a new system of determining an engine’s output was put into place, in reality, the 1972 edition was every bit as potent as the earlier models. This wasn’t a cheap option, $483.45, which was one reason why just 1,741 customers checked that box. This season would mark the end of the first chapter in the LT1’s story, but not end its respect and desirability by performance minded Corvette enthusiasts.

Proper “L” Code LT1

Desirable Chrome Bumper C3

Built for Performance and Appearance

Performance Model with 4-Speed Manual Trans

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The Car – Under the hood of this car you will find a number of modifications to the original LT1 engine. Ceramic coated headers channel the exhaust, a Holley 750cfm carburetor combined with a Crower cam boosts the performance and a larger capacity radiator helps keep the engine as cool as a cucumber. The original Rally Wheels are fitted with a set of B.F. Goodrich T/A tires. Inside all of the original instrumentation, including the tachometer, remains and all are reported to be 100% functional. With the standard black interior still in place, one interior upgrade is the addition of a Kenwood sound system including a CD player. During the restoration, a color change to Ontario Orange was applied which really brings out the dramatic lines Bill Mitchell was looking for with this generation of Corvettes. The black convertible top fits snug in place and the entire car looks ready for the road in any weather, for any reason. In becoming “America’s Sports Car”, it is examples such as this LT1 that have made that legend come true. 181 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1976 Porsche 911 S Strosek Edition Cabriolet Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $50,000 - $65,000

Chassis Number:9116211080 Decoded: 911= 911 6=1976 2=911E 1=Targa 1080=Serial Engine: 2687 cc horizontally-opposed engine K-Jetronic CIS Bosch fuel injection 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Less than 4k Miles

Strosek Design Custom Wide-Body Kit

Excellent Mechanical Condition

The Model: Its simple smooth lines, its unmatched road feel, and it impeccable handling, attributes that lasted for decades, have made the Porsche 911 like a rolling eulogy to the late Butzi Porsche. It was his concept that gave us the simple little cars that were not so flashy, and not so powerful, but when drivers, real drivers took the controls everything seemed right with the world. Over the years, designers in Stuttgart have tried their best to clean up and polish the rear-engined machines, and rid them of what are politely called “quirks”. And they largely have. A new 911 is nothing short of amazing. It is still, however, those first cars, before things got complicated, that deliver a connection with the machine, like an old friend that knows just what you are thinking.


The Car: While some believe that vintage Porsches are somewhat sacrosanct, some need sportier, more modern lines. If you are going to modify Butzi’s Porsche why not use parts from one of Germany’s most respected design houses, Strosek. Covered in modern widebody lines and fresh paint this radical 911 stands out from the crowd on its 18-inch turbo twist wheels. The 2.7 liter still delivers the melodious flat-six exhaust notes you would expect as power is transferred through the five-speed transmission. While this classic Porsche is a departure from the factory lines, the professional quality of the German lines are sure give its new owner years of enjoyment.

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1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Single Family Ownership

Survivor Quality

Attractive Color Combination

Chassis Number: 136371k112028 Decoded: 1= Chevrolet 36= Malibu 37= 2-Door Sport Coupe Kansas City 112028-Sequential Production Number Engine: 350 Ci V8 Four Barrel Carburetor 3-Speed Turbo Hydra-Matic Front Wheel Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Brakes

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The Model: Often overshadowed by its muscular brother, the Chevelle, the Malibu was actually the top of Chevrolets midsize category and was simply a trim level for the Chevelle until it became its own car in 1978. While the Malibu generally lacked the cowl hoods and 4-speed shifters, they did often have nicer interior materials and you even find some of the creature comforts like air conditioning. After being unveiled in 1964, the line underwent several complete makeovers, that followed the Chevelle line. The first transformation came in 1968, with the introduction of the semi-fastback design that defined the model until 1972. The Car: Purchased new in 1971 by the consignors mother, this Malibu was the clichĂŠ grocery getter. Still wearing its factory Astro Blue paint, this Malibu is an unrestored survivor. With clean smooth paint and a black vinyl top that shows no imperfections, the exterior of this car is a testament to proper maintenance and storage. On the inside, only the front seat has been replaced, with the rest remaining complete and original. We have all dreamed of finding that old muscle car sitting in the little old ladies garage, and only driven on Sundays. That dream is now a reality and you can take home a top preservation car from the height of the muscle car era.

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ot 82 L 1966 “Dio” Ambro Designers: Bill Ames and Dewey Brohaugh Estimate: $35,000 - $55,000

Chassis Number: CTC57727L Engine: 2.9 Liter V6 5-speed Transmission Front Disc Brakes- Rear Drum Brakes •

Eligible for many Historic racing events

TR-4 Underpinnings

Perfect Entry level Racer

The Model: When was the first car race? When they made the second one. Winning those races has been the lifelong pursuit of so many since. Using a lightweight covering, like fiberglass, on an already able chassis seem to many the quickest way to the top of the podium. So, when Bill Ames and Dewey Brohaugh decided that would construct their own racer in the early 1960s, the plan was simple. They would take their TR-3 chassis and cover it in a body that beared a striking resemblance to the Maserati “Birdcage”, but was formed from fiberglass. After a little convincing, Jim Carter from Minnesota began producing the sleek new bodies that the pair would plant on their Triumph. The aerodynamic racer developed a following and while no exact numbers are known, it is estimated that about 50 of the bodies were sold. Having created a viable business the two sold the molds, that would change hands a few time before they were inadvertently destroyed. It wasn’t until the 1990’s that a partnership was reached between Ames and his new partner to begin producing the cars again. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: Like the original, this Dio is built with Triumph underpinnings, but this time the TR-4 was chosen. With dimensions that exactly match the original, this roadster is covered in a fresh coat of white and features a period correct set of knock-off wheels. The spartan interior is fitting of a racer and offers a new owner a well organized gauge cluster and easy to use controls. Upholstery is kept to a minimum, but all what is there is in nice condition. Choosing the lighter V6 from the Ford Capri maximizes balance and makes this quite the handling machine. The six slug engine is tuned and running for top-performance. Eligible for many historic racing series, this roadster is a perfect entry level racer. If you, like so many before, have your eye on the top of the box, take this Dio to the track and see if you have what it takes.

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1995 BMW 3 Series M3 Designer: Florian Nissle Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Dinan Exhaust

Tools, Books and Owner’s Manual

Tight Driver Desirable Modern Collector

Chassis Number: WBSBF932XSEH03163 Engine: 2,990 cc Aluminum DOHC 6 Cylinder Bosch Motronic M3.3 / 240 hp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Power Disk Brakes

The Model: Known to BMW enthusiasts as the E36 M3, the motorsports-inspired offering from BMW in the 1990s was powered for the first time by an inline six, which cranked out 240 HP, and was eventually available in three body styles, the coupe, convertible, and a saloon. Raking up even more racing titles than the 911, these German sports cars quickly hit the racing scene and have not left since. Even today the E36 is well respected on any circuit as a worthy adversary.

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The Car: The factory white paint does show some signs of road use but overall is in very nice condition and is very well preserved. An all original example the exterior package is clean and complete. The interior shows very little evidence of the 57,757 miles on the odometer. The black leather seats have almost no wear and the carpets have been gently used. The inline six fires upon first request and power flows through the transmission, transitioning from gear to gear without a hitch. As a low production number car should be, this BMW is well preserved and would make an excellent selection as a preservation quality car, sure to increase in value. 189 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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INDEX MOTOSTALGIA 2016 INDIANAPOLIS BRICKYARD AUCTION LOT 71 68 25 5 48 83 30 16 24 81 8 41 54 32 37 79 77 27 6 39 82 2 21 62 42 28 58 63 11 47 1 61 22 19 7

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1 9 5 6 A R N O LT B R I S T O L R O A D S T E R 1956 AUSTIN-HEALEY 100M 1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MKII 1985 BMW 635 CSI 1988 BMW M6 1995 BMW M3 1 9 3 2 B OY D CO D D I N G TO 1948 BUICK SUPER CONV 1 9 8 7 C A L L A W AY C O R V E T T E 1971 CHEVELLE MALIBU 1951 CHEVROLET SERIES 3100 1 9 5 8 C H E V R O L E T I M PA L A 1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1969 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS 1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE LS5 1 9 7 2 C H E V R O L E T C O R V E T T E LT 1 1993 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 1947 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY 1 9 7 6 D AT S U N 2 8 0 Z 1 9 74 D E T O M A S O PA N T E R A 1966 DIO AMBRO 1969 DODGE CHARGER 1 9 6 3 E LVA C O U R I E R 1957 FEDERAL ENGINEERING 1983 FERRARI 400I 1 9 8 6 F E R R A R I T E S TA R O S S A 1 9 8 6 F E R R A R I T E S TA R O S S A 1997 FERRARI F355 1999 FERRARI F355 F1 2000 FERRARI 550 MARANELLO 1 9 7 3 F I AT 5 0 0 1941 FORD SUPER DELUXE CONV 1954 FORD PICKUP RESTOMOD 2 0 0 0 F O R D TA U R U S # 1 9 1 9 9 8 G - F O R C E I N DYC A R

60 56 17 65 10 64 44 50 67 70 59 57 14 36 23 13 43 72 40 35 31 53 34 80 20 73 46 76 74 69 33 4 9 51 3

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VEHICLE

1 9 5 2 I N T E R N AT I O N A L H A R V E S T E R 1 9 2 4 I S O T TA F R A S C H I N I T I P O 8 1 9 6 6 J A G U A R E -T Y P E F H C 1 9 6 7 J A G U A R E -T Y P E F H C 1950 JAUGAR MK V SALOON 2009 JOHNNY LIGHTING SPECIAL 1 9 8 8 L A M B O R G H I N I C O U N TA C H 1 9 8 7 LO L A I N DYC A R E X-A N D R E T T I 2 0 1 1 L O N E S TA R C O B R A 1 9 8 3 M A R C H C O SWO R T H I N DYC A R 1986 MARCH UNSER 1967 MERCEDES-BENZ 250 SL 1971 MERCEDES-BENZ 280 SL 1988 MERCEDES-BENZ 560 SL 1 9 6 9 M U S TA N G M A C H 1 1 9 6 9 M U S TA N G M A C H 1 1 9 4 0 PAC K A R D S U P E R 8 C O N V 1 9 6 1 P LY M O U T H S U B U R B A N 1 9 6 4 P LY M O U T H N A S C A R 1 9 6 8 P LY M O U T H B A R R A C U D A B 0 2 9 1953 PORSCHE PRE-A COUPE 1972 PORSCHE 911 T 1 9 74 P O R S C H E 9 1 1 1976 PORSCHE 911 S STROSEK 1989 PORSCHE 944 S CUP CAR 2002 PORSCHE 911 TWIN TRUBO 2005 PORSCHE 911 2009 PORSCHE 911 1956 SUMAR SPECIAL 1963 SUNBEAM ALPINE SERIES II 1 9 9 6 T OYO TA S U P R A T W I N T U R B O 1962 TRIUMPH TR-3 1972 TRIUMPH TR6 1 9 7 3 V O L K S WA G E N B E E T L E 1 9 6 6 V O L K S WA G E N B E E T L E

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