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Austin Grand Prix Auction November 5th, 2016

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Lot M1 “Polly Gas”

Lot M2 “All Purpose Guns”

Lot M3 “Sunoco Gas Can”

Lot M4 “Sunoco Oil Can”

Lot M5 “Stop Light”

Lot M6 “Back to the 50’s”

Lot M7 “Dad’s Hot Rod Garage”

Lot M8 “Ford”

Lot M9 “Get Your Kicks on Route 66”

Lot M10 “Man Cave”

Lot M11 “Super Sport”

Lot M12 “Signal Gasoline”

Lot M13 “Beep Beep”

Lot M14 “Texaco Gasoline”

Lot M15 “Ford Mustang”

Lot M17 “Texaco”

Lot M18 “Ford GT40”

Lot M19 “Ford GT40”

Lot M16 “Road Runner Superbird”

Lot M20 “Vette Kart”

Charity Lot M21: Benefiting the Texas School for the Deaf Foundation The Painting This powerful acrylic painting depicts a 1963 Series I Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta entering a corner at speed. The Ferrari 250 GTO was a GT car which was produced from 1962 to 1964 for homologation into the FIA’s Group 3 Grand Touring Car category. With only 39 production 250 GTOs ever built, this classic automobile makes everyone’s list as one of the top sports cars of all time. Adding to the character of this iconic automotive image is the original signature of 2007 World Champion and current Ferrari F1 driver Kimi Raikkonen. Artwork by Carlos Eduardo Ortiz Texas School for the Deaf Foundation TSD Foundation’s goal is to fund educational programs for deaf children across Texas by filling the gap between funds provided by the state of Texas and those needed to truly give these children access to the opportunities and experiences needed to develop and grow as fully involved and integrated members of our community. For more information on TSDF and how you can help, go to TSDFoundation.org.


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1985 Vespa Piaggio PX150 E Estimate: $3,500 -­ $5,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: ZAPVLXLN4FP002653 Engine: 150cc 1 Cylinder Carburetor / 9.5 bhp (est.) Four-Speed Manual, Grip Shift

Air-Cooled, Single-Cylinder

Two-Stroke Engine

Fresh New Paint

Good Original Upholstery

Recent Mechanical Service

The Model: The Vespa PX was first presented in 1977 in Milan as the Nuova Linea model (new line). The Vespa was built with two drum brakes, a single-cylinder engine (aluminum head) and a steel chassis, but has been improved with a new front suspension and a revised rear axle for more stability. This electronic ignition was introduced to the other models, which then were called Vespa PX 150 E.


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Estimate: $3500 - $6000 The Model: Although the LeBaron model name had been used before on Imperials, 1977 would mark the first time the name was used as a Chrysler model. The cars used the Dodge Aspen platform, but with a different body shell known as the M-body, and their primary purpose was as a more upmarket version of the Aspen/Volare. For 1982, the LeBaron moved to the front-wheel drive Chrysler K platform, where it was the upscale brand’s lowest priced offering. It was initially available in just sedan and coupe versions.In early 1982, it was released in a convertible version, bringing to the market the first factory-built open-topped domestic vehicle since the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado. After discontinuing the first generation LeBaron coupe and convertible in 1986, Chrysler released a new LeBaron for 1987, built on the J platform (a K platform derivative) and available as a coupe or convertible. The all-new LeBaron looked modern and aerodynamic compared to its boxy predecessor. It featured headlights hidden behind retractable metal covers, a waterfall grille, steeply raked windshield, full-width taillight lenses (though only the edges actually lit up), and curved (Coke bottle) style rocker panels. Throughout its lifetime, the LeBaron convertible/coupe was available in many trim levels. For its first year, the LeBaron was available in Highline and Premium, typical Chrysler trims at the time. The number of trims grew, peaking in 1990, with six available. After that, the number decreased until just two trim levels remained for 1995.

Chassis Number: IC3EU4530SF5I4374 Engine: 3.0 Liter Fuel Injection Automatic Transmission Mileage: 53,470 Miles •

Restyled Headlights

Top Down Motoring

GTC Trim Package

The Car: If you have spent your days and nights searching and scouring the internet, hitting craigslist for the car that has it all, your search is finally over. The last of one of the greats, this ‘95 Lebaron embodies everything that was both great-- and terribly wrong with the ‘90s. It was a time when cellphones were just around the corner, as were serious horsepower wars from domestic automakers. But the middle 90s were that awkward period we all go through. Before Mopar got back on track and gave us the Hellcats, they had their Lebarron period. In typical 90s fashion, rather than actually make these cars fast, they gave them fast names like GTC. You can hear the proud mother presenting it to her young son saying, “it’s a convertible, and a GTC so you know it’s peppy!!” Now, I probably wouldn’t drive this to the local cars and coffee ask people if their new ZO6 “has much pep like your GTC.” But if you have ever had a reliable yet dorky friend, one you knew was certainly repelling single ladies, but wanted oh so badly to be cool, this might just be the car for you. So before you dismiss this fine auto, I implore you to find a picture of yourself in 1995 and ask yourself if you really have room to judge.


ot 03 L The Model - With contributions from two American designers, Clare MacKichan and Chuck Jordan, early outlines for the Opel GT can be traced back to 1962. Unveiled in very limited numbers for the 1968 season, it was often called the “poor man’s Corvette”. But its performance was outstanding, it handled like a dream and customers responded, especially those in the USA. Even America’s favorite master-spy, Maxwell Smart used one in the opening sequences of the last season of Get Smart. For 1973, a number of improvements were seen in reinforced body panels, and redesigns in the valve and timing great covers. With performance described as “peppy”, but still a bit thrifty on fuel consumption the Opel GT was a little bit of everything for many people. The Car -Sports cars are meant to do two things, give the driver a memorable experience, and to maybe improve on the breed just a bit. This Opel GT appears to have accomplished both those things in life. While the early history of this car is not known, you can see it’s a fairly solid car that has a light patina of use, with a few minor expected road scars. Under the hood the original 1.9 Liter “four” features a Jacobs Pro-Street Energy Pak plus the Ultra Coil. Finished in Chrome Yellow with black vinyl bucket seats, the interior remains fairly stock with the original VDO gauges and speedometer, but the upgrade to a Pioneer AM-FM-CD in-dash unit. This is one sports car that was built to be driven, and it was. Now it stands ready to hit the roads of adventure.

1973 OPEL GT Coupe Designer : Erhard Schnell

Sports Car American Design

Acclaimed Design Compared to Sting Ray

• Performance and Styling in a Compact Package Estimate:$8,000 - $14,000 Chassis Number: OY07NC3011164 Engine: 1897cc OHC in-line 4-cyl. 2-barrel Carburetor/83 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Mileage: 93,255 Showing

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ot 04 L 1971 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Sedan Designer: John Polwhele Blatchley Estimate: $9,000 - $15,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: SRX11831 Engine: 6.75 Liter, 90 Degree, V-8 Three-Speed Automatic Gearbox, Front and Rear Power Disk Brakes Mileage: 62,336 Believed Actual

Driven Regularly

Original and Well Maintained

Part of discerning local Texas Collection

The Model –The Silver Shadow, introduced in October 1965, marked the adoption of monocoque or unibody construction by Rolls-Royce. The Silver Shadow V8 engine received a displacement increase to 6.75 liters in 1970, and a corresponding increase in output to an estimated 220 horsepower. This robust, aluminum-alloy V8 was teamed with an equally stout, column-shifted GM Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 three-speed automatic transmission. The Silver Shadow also featured the innovative high-pressure hydraulic system licensed from Citroën, with dual-circuit braking and hydraulic self-leveling suspension, which provided legendary ride quality. The Car – This Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow being offered comes from a local Texas collection in which the vehicle received all needed maintenance a la carte. Always kept up and ready for its proud owner to use on a regular basis. Kept and maintained for driving pleasure not a trailer queen but a recognizable British classic that you can enjoy without the worries of a concours piece, a drivers opportunity to get a great value.

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ot 06 L 1973 Fiat 500

Designer: Dante Giacosa Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 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.

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. 17 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 07 L Designer: Ferdinand Piëch

Engine: 1.8L Flat-Four Cylinder Fuel Injection / 84 bhp 5-Speed Manual Gearbox

Estimate: $9,000 - $14,000

Mileage: 11,980 Showing

1975 Porsche 914

Honest Original Targa Top Driver

Engine and Transmission Rebuilt

Well Kept and Maintained

The Model : By the late 1960s, both Volkswagen and Porsche were in need of new models; Porsche was looking for a replacement for their entry-level 912, and Volkswagen wanted a new range-topping sports coupe to replace the Karmann Ghia. At the time, the majority of Volkswagen’s developmental work was handled by Porsche, part of a setup that dated back to Porsche’s founding; Volkswagen needed to contract out one last project to Porsche to fulfill the contract, and decided to make this that project. Ferdinand Piëch, who was in charge of research and development at Porsche, was put in charge of the 914 project.

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1950 Mercury 8 Sedan Estimate: $14,000 - $18,000

Chassis Number: 50DA39354M Engine: 225 cid Flat-Head V8 Single Carburetor Overdrive Transmission Four Wheel Drum Brakes •

Runs Great

Beautiful Restoration

Desirable Flat-Head Engine

The Model - The Mercury Eight is a full-size automobile that was the first model produced by Mercury and was produced from the 1939 through the 1951 model years. It was the only model offered by Mercury until the marque started producing multiple series in the 1952 model year, at which point it was dropped as a model designation. The first postwar Mercury was introduced in the 1949 model year. The engine was a flathead V8 that produced slightly more power than the then also newly designed 1949 Ford. A new overdrive system was optional, activated by a handle under the dash.

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1970 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Sedan Designer:Mercedes-Benz / Paul Bracq Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 •

Unrestored Driver Mechanically Road Worthy


Iconic styling and Mercedes-Benz Quality

Chassis Number: 10801812052186 Engine: 2.2 liter inline 6 cylinder Automatic transmission Power-Assisted steering and brakes Mileage: 108,740 Believed Actual

The Model - Mercedes-Benz eschewed the fins of the previous W110 series with the introduction of the Paul Bracq-designed. Introduced as inline 6-cylinder cars with 2.2-litre engines, the W111 spawned two lines of variants and was quickly considered to be an immediate success in style and luxury. The 220SE was one the last of the hand-built Mercedes. Designed by Paul Bracq, heading the Daimler-Benz design studio where he created the W111 series, as well as other great designs, such as the Pagoda SL Roadster (W113 series). The 220SE sedan, coupe, and cabriolet all shared the same 2.2L 2195cc single overhead cam six-cylinder engine fitted with a Bosch mechanical fuel injection system. For added luxury, an optional four-speed automatic gearbox and power steering were offered. Stopping power came from disc brakes in the front with hydraulic drums in the rear.

The Car - This 1970 Mercedes Benz 220SE is an unrestored driver that is age appropriately patinated and has been mechanically maintained to be kept up as a driver. The car drives, shifts and stops well. The car was repainted many years ago in its maroon color, the leather interior shows beautifully. When it comes to Mercedes-Benz elegant styling, the 220SE sedan is on the top of the list. This is a great classic for weekend fun to be enjoyed with family and friends.

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ot 10 L 1994 Mercedes Benz E500 Designers: Bruno Sacco Estimate: $32,000 - $38,000 •

Rare Porsche-Built Performance Sedan

Exceptional Condition Throughout

One Owner Car

Chassis Number: WDBEA36E2RC141184 Decoded: W=Germany, DB=Daimler Benz, E=W124 E-Class, A=Gasoline, 36=5 Liter V-8, E=Pretensioned Seat Belts and 2 Airbags, 2=Check Digit, R=1994 Model Year, C= Sindelfingen, Germany Assembly, 141184=Serial Number. Engine: 4,973 cc, 315 bhp V-8 Engine 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Disc Brakes Mileage: 81,172 Actual

The Model - The Panamera was not actually the first sporting sedan built by Porsche. That honor goes to the brilliantly executed Mercedes Benz 500E. In a masterstroke of good timing, Porsche was looking for outside work at the same time Mercedes was looking to reinvigorate its lineup with a performance sedan. With production of Porsche’s 959 and 928 models winding down, the Porsche team was in the perfect position to pick up the tuning and assembly of the 500E. Reputed to use some of the technology from its cancelled 989 project, Porsche shoehorned in a five liter monster V-8 under the hood, lowered and stiffened the suspension and fitted a modest body kit to achieve a sublime super saloon that looked little different from its sister Mercedes W124 cars. The press reviewers tagged it as, “A wolf in sheep’s clothing.” The Porsche team did such a fine job that the end result was a car that could hit 60 mph in six seconds and had to be electronically limited to 155 mph. Inside, full luxury treatment that included leather Recaro seats set it a cut above its rivals. Mercedes and Porsche got it right, but each car was largely hand-built and took about 18 days to complete as the partial cars were shuffled between Mercedes and Porsche plants. For 1994, the final model year, the 500E received a facelift and was rebadged as the E500. Larger brakes were the major functional change for the E500. These handbuilt cars topped $80,000 when new, ensuring a high level of exclusivity. Only 374 facelifted E500s ever made it to the US when new making it one of the rarest production cars in the neo classic market. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This one-owner E500 is in spectacular condition throughout. As one of the 374 US marketed facelift cars, this E500 is extremely rare. The original owner clearly knew he had something special and maintained this E500 flawlessly. On the outside the two-tone silver paintwork is in exceptional condition as are the wheels shod in fresh tires. The interior is where this E500 really stands out from a standard W124. The wood, leather and deep carpeting are in exceptional preserved condition. The total care lavished upon this car doesn’t stop with the interior. The remarkable cleanliness and condition of the engine bay shows just how little this car has been exposed to the elements. This car comes ready to go with fresh service. All of the original books come with this car as well as both the master and valet keys. This incredibly rare Mercedes super sedan, hand-built by Porsche, capable of 155mph and in top condition throughout represents too much value for money to miss!

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ot 11 L 2006 Yamaha Royal Star Venture Estimate: $4,500 -­ $6,500

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: JYAVP04E26A010891 Engine: 1,294 cc V4 Four Carburettors Five-Speed Overdrive Transmission Mileage: 80,550 Actual •

Liquid-Cooled V4 Engine

Luxury Touring

Well Maintained and Road Ready

The Model: The Yamaha Royal Star Venture is a luxury touring motorcycle built by the Yamaha Motor Company from 1999 to 2013. The Royal Star Venture is a large motorcycle, rider seat height is 29.5 inches and it weighs 807 lb. The bike’s sound system consists of a four speaker, surround-sound stereo with two speakers mounted in the fairing and a further two mounted in the pillion back rest. Volume automatically regulates once the bike is mobile and reaches cruising speed. The shock absorbers are air adjustable for pre-load to compensate for different loads. The bike has a large trunk and side panniers, all lockable with the ignition key. There are two helmet locks, one on either side beneath the trunk that are also operated by the ignition key. A world class touring bike competing with the iconic Goldwing. 26 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 12 L 1968 Ford Mustang “Bullitt” 302 Estimate: $37,000 ­- $42,000

Acclaimed 302 V-8

Air Conditioning

Recreated to High Standards

Chassis Number: 8F02C110666 Engine: 302 cid OHV small­-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor Automatic Transmission Disc Brakes Mileage: 22,644 Showing

The Model: Bullitt is a 1968 American dramatic thriller film stars Steve McQueen. At the time of the film’s release, the car chase scene generated prodigious excitement. Leonard Maltin has called it a “now-classic car chase, one of the screen’s all-time best. Two 1968 390 V8 Ford Mustang GT fastbacks with four-speed manual transmissions were used for the chase scene, both lent by the Ford Motor Company to Warner Bros. as part of a promotional agreement.

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The Car: This factory Fastback Mustang was recreated to the iconic “Bullitt� look. Not a 390 car but an acclaimed small block 302 V-8 matted to an automatic transmission. With such a recognizable look and recreated to high standards this Mustang is a pleasure to own and certainly a talking piece at your local car show.


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1990 Ferrari 348 TS Coachwork: Pininfarina


Iconic Styling and Design


Solid Performance and Value

Estimate: $65,000 - $72,000

The Model - In the 1980s, Ferrari’s brand was largely recognized by the strakes that dominate the eyes attention, and was made popular by the Italian red head, the Testarossa. When it came time to replace the 328, Pininfarina applied the lines to the new 348, unveiling the new design in 1989. The radical lines were only the beginning of the changes Ferrari had in store. The quad-cam V8 was mounted longitudinally and the the transmission would function from a transverse position. Producing 300 prancing ponies, the 348 was no slouch on the back roads, delivering a classic Ferrari feel from behind the wheel. The Car - Perfect for the Ferrari owner who wants to leave the Testarossa in the garage but still wants to get out and gallop on the weekends, this 348 is road ready and nicely maintained. The Rosso Corsa paint presents well and would still make this a stand out at cars and coffee. Tan leather makes up the majority of the cockpit, verifying the just over 22,000 miles on the clock were gently applied. The gauges and controls are all clean and functioning properly. Ready for corner carving with the targa top off or the local shows, grab this little go getter for tons of driving fun.

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Chassis Number: ZFFFG36A8L0087112 Engine: 3.4 Liter, Quattrovalvole, Cross-plane V8 Bosch Fuel Injection / 300 hp 5­-Speed Manual Transmission Four­Wheel Ventilated Power / ABS Disk Brakes Mileage: 22,421 Actual

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ot 15 L 1993 Porsche 911 RS America Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche

Benjamin Dimson

Estimate: $90,000 - $115,000

One of just 617 1993 RS Americas

Exceptional Condition Throughout

Service Records and All Books and Tools Included

Chassis Number: WP0AB2960PS419210 Decoded: W=Germany, P0=Porsche Sports Car, A=911 Coupe, B=3.6L Engine, 2=2 Airbags, 9=Produced Before 2010, 6=964, 0=Check Digit, P=1993 Model Year, S=Stuttgart, Germany Assembly, 4=964, 19210=Serial Number. Engine: 3.6L, 243 bhp Air-Cooled Flat-Six Engine Five-Speed Manual Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Ventilated Disk Brakes Mileage: 88,301 Actual

The Model - Rennsport, the word that stirs the blood of Porsche enthusiasts worldwide. The 2.7 liter Porsche 911 Rennsport, or RS, is the holy grail of early 911s. This legendary car embodies the ‘less is more’ concept. The RS was a purist’s car, devoid of any part not needed to go faster, stop shorter or turn sharper. Fans adored the thin card door panels, duck-tail spoiler and simple roll-up windows. Simply put, the RS was a pure-bred track car legal for the street. Naturally, this concept clashed with the burgeoning American need for 5 mph bumpers and emissions control. The greatest of the early 911s couldn’t be had in the USA. Fast forward 20 years to Porsche’s new 911/964 commemorative RS and it too could not be imported to the USA due to the cost of gaining Federal certification for some of the modifications (actually deletions). Stateside enthusiasts bristled and Porsche responded with the new RS America for the 1993 model year based on the Carrera platform. The lightweight no frills 911 offered few luxury options. The 1993 RS America didn’t have rear seats but included the M030 sport suspension and much of the running gear from the 911 Turbo including large-diameter front stabilizer bar, upgraded shock absorbers, progressively wound coil springs and 17” turbo-style wheels. In keeping with the minimalist nature of the RS, the only options available were air conditioning, sunroof, CR-1 stereo, and limited-slip differential. Only 617 lucky owners were able to secure a 93 RS America for themselves. Fewer still were able to get highly-optioned variants of this rare and storied performer. The Car – This 911 RS America is an exceptional example of a rare three-option car in incredible condition. This car has 88,300 original miles and has never been apart or been damaged. The black paint shows brilliantly as does the trademark all-business RS America interior. Even the engine bay presents brilliantly. All of the original tools, books and even the tire inflator remain with this car. This RS is ready to go with clutch and seals replaced at 77,000 miles and a fresh service just completed with service records and receipts also conveying in the sale. Because so few options were available, collectors now seek the rare well-optioned cars. This incredible three-option RS America has the electric sunroof, air conditioning and the CR-1 stereo package. This RS America is in a class by itself. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to lay claim to this stunning example of an incredibly rare street-legal racer. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1959 Troy Roadster Designer: Wally Troy Estimate: $175,000 ­- $205,000

Handcrafted Aluminum Body

Spotlighted in a Vintage Hot Rod Magazine

European Style Race Car

Chassis Number: 505265430 Engine: 5.7 Liter OHC V-8 Dual Four Barrel Carburetor / 300 bhp (est.) 4 Speed Manual Transmission

The Model – In the early 1950’s, Wally Troy was a visionary when he became the first official dealer for the Jaguar sports car. Troy was not just a dealer but also loved automobiles, especially sporty performance models, and dreamed of having his own street legal open-wheel European style race car. In 1959 that dream came true when he created the remarkable Troy Roadster. Knowing that weight was the biggest enemy for performance, he started with a tubular frame that was skinned in a handcrafted aluminum body. It was originally powered by a Corvette 283 dual-four-barrel V8 engine backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission. The car was shown at a number of Chicago-area shows and was spotlighted in a Hot Rod magazine article.

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The Car: In the early 1970’s a dedicated enthusiast sought the car out and was able to buy it from Mr. Troy and after being secured it was put into storage from 1975 until the mid-1990s. Twenty years later the car was brought out and prepared for restoration. Fortunately, the alloy body was in excellent condition, as were most of the other elements of this car. One modification was made to the body where a rather unsightly looking spare tire mounted to the top of the rear deck was eliminated, with that section of the body smoothed over. A modern 5.7 Liter Chevrolet V8, which was equipped with a dual four-barrel intake and Offenhauser valve covers to recreate the original motor’s appearance. It’s clear that when Wally Troy designed and built his car, he never compromised on anything that would alter his original goals. Over fifty years have passed since one man’s dream became a reality, this could be a dream come true for the next fortunate collector. 35

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ot 17 L 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon Estimate: $18,500 ­- $22,000 Chassis Number: B2SP131769 Engine: Flathead EAB 24-bolt V8 Single Barrel Carburetor 3 Speed Manual Transmission 4 Wheel Drum Brakes

Patinated to exquisite character

Original Flathead V8

Ready to Cruise or Advertise

The Model - The Ford Ranch Wagon is a station wagon which was built by Ford from 1952 to 1974. The Ranch Wagon was a full-size model. As the first model produced by this popular series, the 1952 all metal body shows that the era of the wood-bodied station wagon was coming to an end. Ford gave two new choices that year, the first all-steel wagons in the firm’s history, they were the Country Sedan, a four-door model in the mid-range Customline series; and the Ranch Wagon, which was a two-door model in the economy Mainline series, inspired by the European-term shooting-brake. The Ranch Wagon ran with either the standard “Mileage Maker” six-cylinder engine or the long-familiar flathead V8, which was optional. 36 36 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon is attractive and very easily recognizable and it can be used for advertising, errands or cruising with character. It is fitted with its correct EAB 24-bolt flathead V8 which has been rebuilt and a 3-speed manual transmission. This classic wagon is an absolute pleasure to drive. It is a challenge to get much smoother than a well-sorted flathead properly fitted with a Champion radiator and optional oil filter assuring that she will continue to create memories for years to come. Superb character offered by its perfectly aged patina, this is one cool wagon that will sure get you noticed. 37 37 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 18 L 1959 Willys 4X4 Wagon Estimate: $60,000 - $75,000 •

Three-Year No-Expense-Spared Build

LS3 Power

800 Miles Since Completion

Chassis Number: 839087 Engine: LS3 Chevrolet V8 700R4 Transmission Mileage: 800

The Model - The Jeep Wagon was designed in the mid-1940s by industrial designer Brooks Stevens. Willys did not make their own bodies, car bodies were in high demand, and Willys was known to have limited finances. Brooks, therefore, designed bodies that could be built by sheet metal fabricators who normally made parts for household appliances and could draw sheet metal no more than 6 inches. The Jeep Wagon was the first Willys product with independent front suspension. Barney Roos, Willys’ chief engineer, developed a system based on a transverse seven-leaf spring. The system, called “Planadyne” by Willys, was similar in concept to the “planar” suspension Roos had developed for Studebaker in the mid-1930s. The steel body was efficient to mass-produce, easier to maintain and safer than the real wood-bodied station wagon versions at the time. Within the first two years of the Jeep Wagon’s production, the only manufacturer in the United States with a station wagon that was comparable in price was Crosley, who introduced an all-steel wagon in 1947. With a wheelbase of 80 inches and an overall length of 145 inches, Crosley’s wagon was much smaller than the Jeep Wagon and was described as “diminutive” and “tiny”. The Car - The product of more than a frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration, no expense was spared as more than 100k in receipts piled up transforming this 50s wagon into a 4-wheel-drive go-anywhere machine. The expertly-applied Copperhead-Pearl finish leaves little to be desired, while the sparse bright work adds just the right pop in just the right places. The 35 inch Nitto tires are wrapped around a set 17 in M/T polished-aluminum wheels. There is no shortage of power to turn the big tires; under the hood rests an LS3 that pumps out 450 HP to the 700R gear box. The interior is composed of high-grade vinyl that provides a rugged and usable, yet attractive interior. Comfort for all four seasons is guaranteed by the vintage air and heat. With only about 8165 of these built in the 4x4 configuration, this is not only a highly capable off-roader, it’s a great addition to any collection.

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ot 19 L 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 2DR Hardtop Designer:William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $35,000 - ­$45,000 Chassis Number: 41447G159744 Decoded: 4=1964; 14=Impala SS Series; 47=Formal Roof Hardtop; G=Farmingham, MA assembly; 159744=59,744th Serial Engine: 327 cid OHV V8 4­-barrel Carburetor / 300 bhp (est.) 2­-Speed Powerglide Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes

Recent Professional Resto­-Mod Build

Pure Chevrolet Running Gear

Excellent Presentation of Popular Model

Mileage: 11,333 The Model: Almost from the day it was released to the public the 1964 Chevrolet Impalas became the starting point for those who wanted a special look, and with advances in customizing, these beautiful hardtops were perfect. Combine that great styling with the small-block V8’s Chevrolet was famous for and you had the winning combination. Today, a half a century after they were put on the market, the 1964 Chevrolet Impalas are one of the most sought after cars from that era. With their elegant, yet simple body sides, the classic look of a convertible top sculpted in sheet metal and the luxurious and spacious interiors, these car lend themselves to not only be great lookers, but able to provide all the creature comforts for a long drive, or just a cruise down the boulevard. The Car: Among the most popular Chevrolets from the 1960’s is the Impala Sport Coupe from 1964. This example has been given a mild customizing that retains most of this car’s outstanding features with a bit of “modern” making it more enjoyable. The small-­block V8 has been gone through and today roars to life with a sound that excites and moves those around it. Upgrades include disc­ brakes up front, drums to the rear that provide swift and secure stopping power while the car rides on American Racing alloy wheels. This Impala is fitted with a modern R134A air­-conditioning system, while the suspension retains a basically stock look and ride. Aside the wheels the only major notable change to this car is the subtle chrome bar grille replacing the original stamped aluminum unit. Sharp, clean and ready to go, let us put you in the driver’s seat of this Impala Sport coupe. 40 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 20 L 1969 Dodge Dart GTS 440 M-Code Estimate: $75,000 - $90,000 Chassis Number: LS23M9B300686 Decoded: L=Dodge Dart S=Price Class 23=2 Door Hardtop M=440 V8 9=1966 B= Plant 300686=Serial Engine: 440 ci V-8 Cylinder Four Barrel Holley / 375 bhp Torqeflight Automatic Transmission Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes •

One of 640 Built M-Code

Only 37 in the GTS Registry

Restored to Highest Standards

The Model - The Dart and its sister model—the Plymouth Valiant—were substantially redesigned for the 1967 model year. In addition to new styling, the cars received revised steering systems, wider front track and frame rail spacing, and redesigned K-members capable of accepting larger engines. In late 1967, the GTS model debuted but was built in limited quantities due to its lateness in the model year; the 1969 GTS would be, arguably, the best by fitting the high-output 440 cu in V8 as standard equipment. The Car - Factory fitted with the mighty 440 CI / 375 HP V-8 engine matched to the 727 Torqeflight automatic transmission. Restored to the highest standards to factory specifications. Real deal M-Code Dodge Dart with 8.75 rear end positraction and 3.55 gear ratio. Repainted to factory color and interior restored to factory colors and pattern. All trim replated, polished or replaced. Maintaining its appropriate factory stampings this very limited production factory M-Codes is one of only 640 built and only 37 in the GTS Registry. 42 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 21 L 1985 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Estimate: $7,000 ­- $12,000 WITHOUT RESERVE Chassis Number: 1G8EK18H6FF161050 Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor 4x4 Automatic Transmission Mileage: 33,845 Showing •

Original Well Kept Survivor

Removable Half-Cab Hardtop

Convenient, Comfortable and Capable

The Model - The original K5 was a short wheelbase truck and first available in 1969 as 4-wheel drive SUV. The Blazer was designed and marketed to compete with International Harvester Scout and the Ford Bronco. The great innovation of the Blazer was to simply offer a shortened pickup truck, which both increased interior space, and lowered the cost of production with a shared platform.The second generation K5 models incorporated the rear hatch glass and tailgate into a single unit, which allowed the glass panel to retract inside of the tailgate by use of a manual crank mounted on the tailgate or an electric motor activated by a key-operated switch on the tailgate and a dash-mounted switch. The Car -“A Good Old Truck” It is common knowledge that 1980’s Chevys were simply reliable, functional and dependable to get the job done. This Blazer is no different, kept largely original is it apparent that it was loved and used lightly. From its original upholstery to its original paint showing the known 1980’s character this cool truck is simply unmolested nostalgia. In great driving order, this classic adventure horse is ready to hit the road and trails delivering fun and the known dependability. 44 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $29,000 ­- $36,000 Chassis Number: 136176A177425 Decoded: 1=Chevrolet; 36=Chevelle Malibu; 17=2-dr hardtop; 6=1966; A=Atlanta, GA plant; 177425=Serial Engine: 454 cid OHV big-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor 350 Turbo Transmission Mileage: 50,371 Showing •

SS Clone Fitted with Big-Block 454

Air Conditioning / Power Steering and Brakes

Bucket Seats and Center Console

The Model: While the original 1964-65 Chevrolet Chevelles started the legend, for the most part, they were fitted with small-block V8s. But when the second generation was introduced for 1966, the SS version could be ordered with the mighty “rat-motor” 396. Born to be wild a number of these cars have been turned into some of the wildest and hairiest rides anyone could imagine. Engineered from the factory to support heavy-duty performance the 1966 Chevelle lends itself to not only performance enhancements but also mild to wild modifications. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car: A tribute to one of the most acclaimed muscle cars of the 60’s. Upgraded to the mighty 454 matched to a non posi 10-bolt rear end. This Chevelle badged as a SS 427 was built to drive and burn rubber. Upgraded with the right SS elements like bucket seats and center console, a solid muscle look was achieved with its rally wheels and red-line tires. Paint and finish are to high standards and it is reported that driveability is powerful and a pleasure. 47 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1987 Ferrari 328 GTS Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $125,000 - $155,000 Chassis Number: ZFFXA20A8H0067281 Decoded: Z=Italy, FF=Ferrari, X=F105CB V-8 Engine, A=3-Point Restraint System with Auto Retractors, 20=328 GTS, A=North America Market/Left Hand Drive, 8=Check Sum, H=1987 Model Year, 0=Maranello Assembly, 067281=Serial Number. Engine: 3.2L Four Cam, 32 Valve, 270 bhp V-8 Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection Marelli Electronic Ignition Five-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes Mileage: 28,277 Actual

The Model: The 1985 introduction of the Ferrari 328 GTS/GTB came as an updated or evolution of the 308 GTS/GTB models, which was arguably the brands most recognizable and successful model. With the 328 model, Pininfarina redesigned the front and rear bumpers to give the car an overall cleaner or refined appearance. The interior also received many modernized ergonomic updates as well as design to further refine the driving experience. The revised V-8 gave an increased displacement to 3.2L or 3,186cc, which also increased output to 270 brake horsepower at 7,000 rpms. When introduced, the car’s performance was considered exceptional, and still remains highly respectable today, with a 0–60 time of just 5.5 seconds, top speed of 160 mph. The Ferrari 328 GTS/GTB is the first of the modernized Ferraris that still has the look and styling of more vintage wedge shape Ferraris.

Desirable GTS Model with Ownership Pride and FCA Award History

Professional Service History with A Complete Belt Service At 27,209 Miles in 2015

Complete Tool Kit, Jack, and Owners Manuals

The Car: This is an excellent stock example of a loved and professionally serviced Ferrari 328 GTS. Built in October of 1986, it was originally sold in Illinois and stayed in the region until 2006. It has won multiple Ferrari Club of America awards at regional shows over the years. The exterior is beautiful with only very light paint chips. The Rosso Corsa paint is in excellent condition and believed to be original. Body panel fit, glass, and trim are all in excellent condition. The factory interior is unique with tan over red carpet. The leather presents well inside, showing a light age-related patina on the seats. The dash is beautiful and all gauges are clear and working. In addition to routine oil changes, extensive documentation indicates the car received special care with important precautionary and recommended major belt services. The most recent major belt service in May of 2015, 27,209 miles, by Ferrari Service of Bedford, NH. This 328 GTS is an excellent loved Ferrari, which can be enjoyed on a daily basis.

ot 24 L 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $22,000 -­ $30,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: 123377N212023 Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor Automatic Transmission


Long Term Ownership

Pampered and Upgraded

Great Driver Superb Looks

The Model - It didn’t take long for Chevrolet to catch up in the sport­-compact market after they introduced the new Camaro. While its design, power, and performance were quite attractive to thousands of buyers, there were those who felt they could improve on a good thing. Often encouraged by Chevrolet, helping to feed that need for speed were dozens of after­market suppliers and soon legendary muscle­bound Camaros were tearing up the strip, causing scenes on the street and taking home awards from car shows. Today, even as the Camaro is approaching its 50th Anniversary, the ability to transform a simple street version into a pavement shaking machine seems unlimited. The first generation Camaro is simply one of the best designed, proportioned and engineered vehicles ever produced, that’s why builders love them. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This Camaro has been pampered and cared for since the consignor was 17 years old, now a middle age enthusiast in his long term ownership the consignor has dedicated and invested more than we can cover in a brief description. One thing is certain from the upgraded crate engine to the accessorized engine bay, to the fitted vintage air conditioning, to superb interior and an impeccable paint job, this Camaro deserves the appreciation of a collector enthusiast that will pamper her the way she has been up to this point. Among the countless details and upgrades including 12-bolt rear end, serpentine engine belt, bucket seats, center console, rally wheels, racing stripes, etc, etc. 51 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 25 L 1974 Porsche 911 2.7L Designer: Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche

Erwin Komenda

Estimate: $60,000 - $75,000 Chassis Number: 9114101107 Decoded: 911=Porsche 911, 4=1974 Year of Production, 1=911, 0=Coupe Body, 1107=Serial Number. Engine: 2.72 Liter, 148 bhp Air Cooled Flat-Six Engine Five-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Disk Brakes Mileage: 3,871 Exempt

Desirable 1974 2.7 Liter 911

2.7 RS Ducktail Spoiler and Carrera Paint Scheme

Service Records and Fresh Engine Out Re-Seal

The Model – The new 911 Porsche for the 1964 model year was the brainchild of Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche. The 991 series was the upsized replacement for the legendary 356. Porsche developed the new 911 chassis in parallel with the new 901 engine, an air-cooled flat-six with a 1,991cc original displacement. The chassis and the engine spawned a long line of evolved refinement and power. Although production began in 1964, the first ‘big’ Porsches weren’t available in the United States until early 1965. The 911 received a number of developments quickly as the 901 engine, the brakes and suspension components rapidly improved. In 1970, all 911s were uprated to carry larger 2.2 liter engines. Engine displacement continued to grow until the first 911 Carrera of 1973 that brought about the 2.7 liter engine. In 1974, the ‘ducktail’ spoiler that shaped the looks of the iconic 1973’s hallmark 2.7 RS became available on standard Carrera models. The combination of uprated performance and higher overall specification of the 2.7 liter 911s has made them highly sought after Porsches. The Car – This beautiful 2.7 liter 911 is incredibly striking from any vantage. The factory-correct Mexico Blue is just two years old and by itself makes this Porsche stand out from the crowd. Consider the Carrera graphics and RS-spec ducktail and this car is a real head-turner. Inside, the saddle interior is in strong condition and presents very well with few defects. This car comes with original books, two keys and an incredible file of records and receipts. This 2.7 has just had a complete service that included an engine-out re-seal to make sure this car is ready for the road. Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire an iconic example of the first generation 911.

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ot 26 L 1967 Lola T70 Mark IIIB Spyder Built by: Eric Broadley Driven by: Dan Gurney

Estimate: $465,000 ­- $575,000

Chassis Number: SL75/122 Engine: 351 CI Ford V8 Four Weber 48mm Downdraft Carburetors LG600 5-speed Transmission Disc Brakes / Independent Suspension

World Class Performance and Historical Prominence

Campaigned in 1967 Can-Am by Dan Gurney

Competition Ready with Recent SVRA and SCCA Races

Qualifies for The Most Prestigious World Events

The Model – In 1965 after a brief partnership with Ford’s Roy Lunn to develop the GT40, Lola cars introduced the Lola T70. A year later it demonstrated its capabilities by winning the first Can-Am series championship of John Surtees. American racing legend, Dan Gurney in 1967 also used a T70, the one being offered, ran in six Can-Am races of the 1967 series all driven by Dan Gurney for Ford at Bridgehampton, Road America, Laguna Seca and historic tracks. Gurney never qualified with a position less than third. The next year being raced by Swede Savage followed by Vic Nelli, Tony Adamowics, and Vic Elford.

The Car – Chassis number SL75/122 is one of only four produced. First offered in open two-seater form, the T70 chassis mainly consists of an aluminum and steel sheet monocoque center section with side-mounted fuel cells, a front bulkhead to mount the suspension and steering and dual rear extensions for mounting the engine and rear suspension. The T70 incorporated conventional independent suspension and disc brakes, the latter mounted inboard at the rear. In 1971 Jerry Weichers converted the car to coupe configuration, after which it was purchased by Bruce Trenery who raced the car until 1996. Tub was damaged in 1996 being raced by Bruce Trenery and even though the original damaged structural components do not accompany the car it is offered with a certificate of ownership to all original structural elements of serial SL75/122. In 2010 it overwent a two-year restoration by renowned Ryan Hayes to its original open configuration. Dan Gurney personally autographed the restored legend finished in the original number 36 Gurney livery. Expertly prepared and maintained, the car has been an active participant on the vintage racing circuit, winning its class at the Road & Track Concours d’Elegance at Road America in 2010, racing at Monterey and Sonoma in 2012 and taking second in class in the SVRA Championship at Circuit of the Americas in 2013.

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Estimate: $465,000 ­- $575,000


ot 27 L 2016 Jaguar F-Type SuperCharged Convertible Estimate: $64,000 - $72,000

340 HP 3.0L Supercharged V6 engine 8-Speed QuickShift Transmission Switchable Active Exhaust System Navigation with Meridian Sound System 770W Smart Key with Keyless Entry & Start Special Edition Color - Fire sand Orange-Metallic Interior Black Pack Premium + Vision Pack

The Model - The F-TYPE Premium Convertible model brings together exhilarating performance, distinctive headlights, and agile handling with a host of advanced driving technologies. Combined with the powerful supercharged 3.0 liter V6 340 hp engine, it delivers lightning-fast responsiveness for a uniquely connected driving experience. Developing 340 horsepower, this engine delivers sheer exhilaration, taking you from 0-60 mph in 5.1 (AT) or 5.5 seconds (MT) and on to a top speed of 161 mph. The Car - This gorgeous F-TYPE is sporting a special edition color with the premium black interior the original owner has baby this car with a total of 1515 showing on the odometer. Sophisticated sports suspension, a Performance Braking system and the latest generation Electric Power Assisted Steering. Making this F-TYPE a joy to drive. Featuring an increased range of sophisticated driving technologies. For greater driver involvement, the Switchable Active Exhaust allows manual control of the bypass valves to produce a richer, more exhilarating sound.

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ot 28 L 2001 Wild West Chopper Designer: Jim Winn Estimate: $18,000 -­ $25,000

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One Owner Factory Built Chopper Virtually New

Chassis Number: 1W9MKEA221P231020 Engine: V-Twin 2 Cyl Manual Transmission Disc Brakes The Model and Bike: Wild West builds some of the most exotic motorcycles in the world and their work is centered on a mission to provide the most innovative brand of premium, custom motorcycles available. Wild West Motor Company was founded by a mechanical engineer with a creed to revolutionize motorcycle design. This bike was ordered and own by the consignor with saddle bags, backrest and windshield.

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1956 Volkswagen “Beetle” Type 1 Sedan Designer: Dr. Ferdinand Porsche Estimate: $25,000 - $32,000

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Fully Restored Ragtop Type 1 Early Desirable “Oval” Window Mechanically Sound Ready to be Driven

Chassis Number: H078851 Decoded: Sequential Number from start of production Engine: 1192 cc H4 1­-barrel Carburetor / 36 bhp 4­-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Mileage: 91,658 miles

The Model -Anyone who has been involved in the world of vintage autos pretty much knows that the Volkswagen was designed to be a reliable and economical transportation in the ideal pre-WWII Nazi Germany. What many do not realize is that almost single-handedly, Volkswagen automobiles going back into production shortly after peace had been declared was a major nucleus for a successful, modern post­war Germany. With over 21 million copies produced, the Beetle literally put the world on wheels from the 1950’s up into the 2000’s. Many early Beetles were sacrificed to become sand and dune buggies, Baja Racers or other purposes. However, a dedicated group of collectors preserved these cars and today the legions of early “Bug” owners is one of the most active in the collector ­car world today. The most sought after were early models with split or oval back windows, attached lights and signals and preferably, no fuel gauge. The Car - Finding an unmolested example of an early “oval” window Beetle has become a very rare occurrence over the past 20 plus year, which has driven the collector’s interests to all­time highs. This sharp example has excellent fit and finish on all sheet metal surfaces, with both door and hatches showing perfect gaps all around. Finished in a beautiful Papaya color, it is complimented by light tan vinyl seats with the rest of the interior looking just as it must have when it rolled off the assembly line. Under the rear-­mounted hood, the engine appears to be immaculate and is reported to drive great with easy shifting. Chrome surfaces all exhibit a deep reflective quality with no signs of dings or other damage. Even the luggage compartment is clean and ready to take on several small suitcases for a quick weekend trip, or a picnic basket for a pleasurable afternoon at the concours.

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ot 30 L 1978 Porsche 911 / 930 Turbo Designer: Ferdinand Porsche Estimate: $145,000 ­- $185,000

Chassis Number: A9308800226 Engine: 3.0L Air Cooled Flat Six Cylinder • Turbocharged Fuel Injected 4-Speed Transmission • 4-Wheel disc brakes • Mileage: 69,609 Showing

Desirable Factory 930 Long Term Ownership Recent Engine-Out Service

The Model: In the 1970s the Italians had set the bar pretty high with all their 12 cylinder machines, and Porsche knew it was going to have to do something to keep the 911 in the game. Their answer was a big turbo. Originally experimented with for homologation, it soon became clear that strapping it to a 3 liter RS engine would put it back in competition with half the cylinders. The first 930 hit the road in 1975 and would continue to be the top of Porsche line until 1989. The turbo lag and resulting blast of power has become legendary in the air cooled cars, but those that have driven them know they are quite manageable delivering one of life’s finer driving experiences.

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ot 31 L 1980 Lola T-506 Virage Estimate: $5,000 -­ $10,000

Without Reserve

Cuyana 460F 35 440cc 2 stroke twin cyl

Autocross, Track day, SCCA, Vintage

Motor starts and runs needs finishing

The Model: Lola T-506 Virage aka, Malibu Grand Prix Racer. Built in the 1980’s These Lola’s were used as club racers, track play-day cars, and series cars. They ran in the same run group as Spec Racer Fords. The period SR Fords were faster on the straights, but the Lola’s were faster in the turns. The Lola’s also ran with Formula V’s. The specific class run group was Formula 7 10 as the cars were 7/10’s size of a Formula car. These cars were good for well over 100 mph. The Car: Cuyuna 460F 35 440cc twin two-stroke motor with 4 hours on it. 44HP. Motor also has lighting coil for charging a battery and running instruments. Motor is from a crashed ultra-light. Torgue drive has been checked and functions. New tires. New master cylinder. ZDE road race kit with larger pipe, bigger carburetor, intake manifold, and air cleaner that should be good for 10-15% more horsepower. Extra set of rims for spares. This car was a rental car and it hung on the wall of a man cave for decades. The car had been stripped to lighten it for hanging. The buyer of this Lola has to have an endpoint to complete it.

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ot 32 L 1934 Ford Five-Window Coupe Steel Body Hot-Rod Estimate: $45,000 ­- $65,000 Chassis Number: 18424231 Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 Holley Carburetor Automatic Transmission Disc Brakes •

Desirable Steel Body

Acclaimed Suicide Doors

Highest Quality Built

Leather Seats and Air Conditioning

The Model: During the period after WWII, Model Bs and 18s were frequently rodded. This continued into the 1960s on a large scale, as noted in the hit song and as the pivotal street racing car in the film “American Graffiti”. In modern history, original hot-rods and modern builds are sought after and celebrated, recreating the nostalgia of a time when main streets showcased the drag-and-show culture of the masses. The Car: The steel body is perfectly hot-rodded to the highest quality with custom glass rear fenders and rear panel. Fitted in popular style with enlarged rear wheels and lower front the design is true to era correct hot-rod style. Built to the highest standards and comfort amenities like air conditioning, leather buckets seats and even luxurious touches like a wood dash. Extensive detail to the undercarriage and engine bay with many suspension items polished and engine nicely adorned with chrome and polish details.

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ot 33 L 1970 Fiat Abarth 695 Coachwork: Abarth Estimate: $27,000 - $35,000

Chassis Number: 2721205 Engine: 695 cc 2 Cylinder Single sidedraft Carburetor / 49 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Drum Brakes

Performance Micro Car

Well Kept in Original Condition

Ready to be Shown or Driven

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The Model -Abarth Company is a racing car and road car maker founded by Italo-Austrian Carlo Abarth in 1949. The Fiat 500 was revolutionary for its compact design that rethought every component, expecting more from every piece. Abarth exploited this wildly successful grocery getter by increasing its displacement, and fitting race inspired suspension. A 595 and 695 Abarth versions were created on the iconic “Cinquecento� platform growing it to a worthy competitor. The Car - The Abarth was designed to make you want to be behind the wheel and it worked. This sporty rag top coupe is the quintessential driver quality micro car. The light blue paint shows nicely but does show some mild use. The exterior is badged correctly and sits on a fresh set of rubber. The interior is well suited for a car that will be enjoyed by its new owner. The upholstery is free of defects and any major wear issues. The engine is reliable and provides the power needed to sport around town. For a little car this Fiat draws large amounts of attention.

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1964 Mercedes-Benz 220SEb


Numbers matching unrestored survivor

Designer: Mercedes-Benz / Paul Bracq


Iconic styling and Mercedes-Benz quality

Estimate: $28,000 - $35,000

Chassis Number: 111021-12-061786 Engine: 2.2 liter inline 6 cylinder Automatic transmission Power-Assisted steering and brakes Mileage : 91,060 TMU

The Model - The Mercedes-Benz 220SE, model code W111, coupe was introduced to the market in 1961, and was quickly considered to be an immediate success in style and luxury. The 220SEb was one the last of the hand-built Mercedes. Designed by Paul Bracq, heading the Daimler-Benz design studio where he created the W111 series, as well as other great designs, such as the Pagoda SL Roadster (W113 series). The 220SE sedan, coupe, and cabriolet all shared the same 2.2L 2195cc single overhead cam six-cylinder engine fitted with a Bosch mechanical fuel injection system. For added luxury, an optional four-speed automatic gearbox and power steering were offered. Stopping power came from disc brakes in the front with hydraulic drums in the rear. Mercedes-Benz produced the 220SEb from 1961 to 1965 with a total of 14,173 coupes built. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This 1964 Mercedes Benz 220 SEb is a numbers-matching-unrestored survivor. A nice example that shows some age, yet still stands out in the collector car crowd. The car drives, shifts and stops well. Recent service included a new Mercedes-Benz fuel pump, new tires, tune-up, and all fluids flushed and renewed. The car was repainted many years ago in its original black color. The original chrome trim is in good condition. The tan leather interior is largely original yet aged to a beautiful patina. When it comes to Mercedes-Benz elegant styling, the 220SEb coupe and cabriolet are on the top of the list. This is a great classic for weekend fun and investment upside. 71 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 35 L 1997 Porsche 911 C2S Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche

Tony Hatter

Estimate: $130,000 - $145,000

One of just 1752 C2S Carrera S Models Ever Produced

Exceptional Preservation Condition With Rare Options

All Books, Tools and Service Records Included

Chassis Number: WP0AA2999VS322369 Decoded: W=Germany, P0=Porsche Sports Car, A=911 Coupe, A=3.6L Normally-Aspirated Engine, 2=2 Airbags, 9=Produced Before 2010, 9=993, 9=Check Digit, V=1997 Model Year, S=Stuttgart, Germany Assembly, 3=993, 22369=Serial Number Engine: 3.6L, 285 bhp Air-Cooled Flat-Six Engine Six-Speed Manual Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Ventilated Disk Brakes Mileage: 26,687 Actual The Model - For many, the 993 represents the pinnacle achievement of air-cooled Porsches. Even among these legendary cars, there are standout cars such as the factory wide-body cars. The Carrera 4S (C4S) and Carrera S (C2S) carried the top-tune 285 bhp variant of the normally aspirated 3.6 liter boxer-six engine despite being built on the widebody turbo platform. Although the C2S shared the looks of the turbo cars, the 911 Turbos had distinct yellow calipers and carbon-fiber interior treatment that made them stand apart from normally-aspirated cars. Enthusiasts quickly recognized the C2S as the best of all worlds offering the looks and tractability of the turbo cars without the temperament of turbo power or the weight of the all-wheel drive Carrera 4S. To collectors, this car is the sweet spot of the epic 993s. Limited to only the 1997 model year, just 1752 examples were ever produced. Today, the C2S is the rarest and most valued of the wide-bodied cars. The Car - This 911 C2S has only turned 28,687 miles and is in incredible preservation condition. The Ocean Blue Metallic paint is in incredible condition and the full-leather grey interior is unmarked. Everything is there. Original books, tools and service records are all there. A copy of the Certificate of Authenticity comes with this car to document the incredible options this car has borne since day one. Body-color wheels are factory work! The same is true of the yellow brake calipers and carbon-fiber steering wheel that were otherwise only available on turbo cars. This two-owner car was with the original owner until 2011. Today it sits on a brand-new set of tires and comes with up-to-date service, supported by records and receipts. All of the original books and tools are present. The chance to secure a low-mileage C2S in preservation condition with such an incredible option list is not likely to come around very soon. Don’t miss this opportunity.

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1976 Chevrolet Corvette T-Tops Designer:Bill Mitchell Estimate: $11,000 - $16,000

Without Reserve

Texas Original in Excellent Condition

Restored to Highest Driver Standard

Attractive Colors and Options with Luggage Rack

Chassis Number: 1Z37L6S408725 Decoded: 1Z=Chevrolet Corvette 37=Coupe T-Tops L=350 V8 6=1975 408725=Serial Engine: 350 ci V-8 Cylinder Quadrajet Four Barrel Carburetor 3-Speed Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes Mileage: 7,493 Showing Not Actual

The Model : In 1975 the 4th edition of the C3 generation was advertised as a more efficient Corvette. The urethane rear bumper, now in its second year, reappeared as a one-piece seamless unit. 1976 models featured steel floor panels shielding the catalytic converter exhaust, these steel floor panels weighed less than the previous fiberglass floor and reduced interior noise levels. A new rear nameplate for the rear bumper cover was introduced, eliminating the individual “Corvette” letters used since 1968. The rubber bumper C3’s have started to be appreciated by collectors as the model marries classic Corvette lines with modern safety and efficient design. The Car - With newly Oxford green paint and factory style magnesium wheels the exterior of the car is an eye-catching departure from the usual. The interior has also been restored and put to its original factory condition. The 350 V8 engine still powers this Corvette maintaining the American sports-car tradition. A solid example of a no money spared faithful restoration this car is mechanically well sorted and in excellent driving condition.

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Special Last Edition Model

One Owner

Virtually New

The Model and Bike: The Indian Chief is a motorcycle that was built by the Hendee Manufacturing Company and the subsequent Indian Motocycle Company from 1922 to the end of the company’s production in 1953. The Indian Motorcycle Company of America (IMCA) manufactured Indian Chief motorcycles in Gilroy, California, from 1999 to 2003. These initially used clones of Harley-Davidson Evolution engines built from S&S parts. Later versions used the in-house “Powerplus” engine.


ot 38 L 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Designer: Pinky Lai Estimate: $24,000 -­ $34,000 •

The Evolution Model of the Original Air-Cooled

Well Kept with Higher Well Maintained Miles

Desirable Silver Color with 6 Speed Manual

Chassis Number: WP0AA29992S621338 Decoded: W=Germany, P0=Porsche Sports Car, A=911 Coupe, A=Carrera, 2=Seatbelts, Two Airbags, 99=996, 9=Check Digit, 2=2002 Model Year, S=Stuttgart, Germany Assembly, 6=996, 21338=Serial Number. Engine: 3.6L Liquid-Cooled Flat-Six Engine Six-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Anti-Lock Disk Brakes Mileage: 135,840 Actual

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The Model – In 1999 Porsche debuted its new 911 internally known as the 996 platform. The 996 ended Porsche’s distinguished line of air-cooled cars. While purists decried the end of the air-cooled tradition, the legendary 911 evolved with the times. This was also the first major re-design to the body shell. The 996 styling shared its front end with Porsche’s mid-engined Boxster. Pinky Lai’s work on the exterior won international design awards between 1997 and 2003.The Carrera model had a 0.30 coefficient of drag. The Car – Still wearing its original Arctic Silver paint, the finish on this 911 is nothing short of pristine. This car has been well maintained while being enjoyed by previous owners. The high miles on the clock are, in this case, a testament to the time you will want to be behind the wheel of one of Germany’s finest autos. Rest assured that while the odometer shows over 100k miles the engine is fresh from the rebuild shop and is barely broken in with less than 300 miles since. Obviously well cared for and gingerly used, the inside of this 911 shows how one properly preserves a car. Its nearly-flawless leather presents very well and will provide a comfortable ride for its new owner. The fresh rebuild out back has put the 320 factory ponies back to work. Perfect for a daily driver this Porsche will not disappoint.

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1966 Ford GT40 MK1 by CAV Designer: John Wyer Estimate: $175,000 - $195,000 Chassis: 1A57MONOB66 Engine: 427 Small Block V-8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 600 hp est Early German ZF transmission, Independent front and rear suspension Four-wheel disc brakes •

South African CAV Reproduction of 1966 GT40 MK1

Hand Built on Correct Stainless Steel Monocoque Chassis

Pure and Classic Experience that Satisfies Modern Drivers

The Model - The GT40 story is a tale of how the underdog beat the giant. Known and loved by car enthusiasts around the world, it is a story of perseverance and triumph against the odds; a real-life legend. Henry Ford II, as an automotive magnate confined to spectatorship, expressed interest in partnership with Enzo Ferrari and the pair brokered a deal that culminated in the imminent sale of Ferrari to Ford Motor Company in 1963. However, the deal was ill-fated and Ferrari severed ties at the 11th hour after millions of dollars in legal fees had changed hands. In 1963 Henry Ford established Ford Advanced Vehicles (FAV) specifically for the development of the forthcoming racing car, under the direction of John Wyer. The name “GT40” was coined from the production numbers of the subsequent cars, the GT for “Grand Touring” and the 40 representing the total height of the car in inches - a requirement for international endurance racing at the time. Winning the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans beating Ferrari the Ford GT40 legend lives on today and the tale of triumph continues to inspire as it did decades ago. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - Research and development for the GT40 MK1 were conducted at the company’s state-of-the-art race car fabrication and assembled in Cape Town, South Africa Advanced Vehicles. CAV GT40 is unique from most other car companies as the premier manufacturer of GT40 recreations, offering a truly unique driving experience outperforming the original GT40. Offered in impeccable like new condition this recreation of the iconic GT40 will be the perfect addition to the most discerning collection or most competitive vintage race car stable.

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1908 Indian Torpedo Estimate: $5,000 ­- $8,000 Engine: Single Cylinder Gasoline Chain Drive Recreation of Classic Model Functional Memorabilia The Birth of a Legend

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ot 41 L 1971 Hawke DL6B Formula B Race Car Designer: David Lazenby

Competed in Canadian Formula B

Track Ready

Full Race History

Estimate: $58,000 - $65,000

1600 CC Lotus Twin Cam 4 Cylinder Dual Weber Carburetors Hewland FT-200 5-Speed Transmission 4-wheel-Disc Brakes

The Model - The Formula Ford racing series has long been a stepping stone in young racers careers. It has also served as a place for the old guys to get on the track and race professional quality machines. David Lazenby has taken a lot of credit, not only for the series but for the Hawke Formula Ford race car. As manager of Lotus components he was able to make several competitive race cars. While his race cars enjoyed much success his business did not. Going out of business only to be revived several times with the influx of outside capital, the Hawke Racing was laid to rest six months after he left the company in 1978. The Car - Only three Hawke DL6Bs were built in 1971. The example we are proud to offer was campaigned by Gary Magwood in the Canadian Formula B series where it was sponsored by Castoil Canada. Now, fully restored and track ready, this open-wheel racer is only missing an able pilot. The lotus twin cam engine tuned up and is ready to put power to the Avon tires. The car comes with the original body work and a complete race history. If you have any interest in vintage racing grab this piece of history for weekends on the track or as a limited production collector car. Either way, this track star is ready for a new stable, make it yours.

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ot 42 L 1955 Chevrolet BelAir 2­DR Hardtop Custom Designer: Harley Earl Estimate: $48,000 ­- $56,000 Chassis Number: VC55K103364 Decoded: V=V8 engine; C=Belair series; 55=1955; K=Assembly plant; 103364=Serial Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 300 bhp (est.) Turbo Hydramatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Iconic American Classic

Outstanding Restoration with A/C

Potential Show Car Winner

Mileage: 3,765 Showing

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The Model: When the 1955 Chevrolet was released late in the fall of 1954, it took the auto world by storm. With a new small­-block V8 engine and superb styling this Belair wasn’t a home­run, it was a grand slam! As hard as it is to improve upon perfection, customizers and rodders immediately started to look for ways to get more horsepower and tastefully alter the looks of these sharp rides. Today, 60 years later, the improvements keep on coming. Over the years Dave Cole’s little V8 has seen expansions in displacement, dozens of different induction methods, scores of exhaust improvements and a multitude of innovations, some good, some not so much. But every once in awhile the right build comes along with the proper mechanics combined with just the right amount of styling changes to create a winner. The Car: Finished in classic red and cream colors, this 1955 Belair Sport Coupe is a beauty to behold. The exterior is stock with outstanding chrome, show-quality paint and correct wheels with wide whites. Inside also maintains its original components restored to the highest quality with upgraded air conditioning vents and digital retro radio. The real thrill here is under the hood with a reliable and powerful crate 350 V8 engine. Back that up with the Turbo Hyrdamatic, and this is one Chevrolet that looks good sitting still and even better tooling down the road at speed. Outstanding workmanship is displayed with smooth body panels, a plush yet fully functional interior, and a sound indicating this is not just a show­boat, it is a go­boat inviting you to be the captain of this land going performance vehicle.

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1950 Chevrolet 3100 ½-ton Pickup Designer: Harley Earl GM VP of Styling Estimate: $20,000 - $28,000

Iconic Design Upgrade with Air Conditioning

Rugged and Proven with Style and Elegance

Restored and Ready for Touring or Showing

Chassis Number: A107865 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 Design 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 to high standards. 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 and topped with a chrome valve cover. Inside the cab of this truck, you’ll find the very desirable upgraded air conditioning 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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ot 45 L 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS-6 Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $85,000 - $105,000

Ultimate Most Desirable Muscle Car

LS6 Big Block 454 with 450 HP Matching #s

Well Optioned Documented Original

Professional Level Restoration

Chassis Number: 136370K170578 Decoded: 1=Chevrolet; 36=Chevelle Malibu; 37=2-dr hardtop; 0=1970; K=Kansas City, MO assembly; 170578=Serial Engine: 454 cid OHV LS-6 V8 Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel Carburetor / 450 bhp 4-speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Brakes Mileage: 66,375 (Believed to be Actual)

The Model In 1970, Chevrolet produced on of the most acclaimed muscle cars reaching the pinnacle with the Chevelle LS-6 Big-Block 454 / 450hp. Tested by Hot Rod magazine in its period and reported a 13.44-second quarter mile at 108 mph. The tester noted the biggest problem was trying to get the tires to hook up, as any stab of the throttle caused them to go up in smoke and slide sideways as a result. Goes without saying that this factory beast is not for the faint of heart. The LS6 engines were assembled at Chevrolet’s engine production facility in Tonawanda, New York to the most rigorous specs. Beginning with a special four-bolt block that featured pre-tapped holes for a track-ready external oiling setup with forged alloy steel crankshaft that was cross-drilled to maximize oiling capabilities. Factory fitted with an enlarged Holley four-barrel carburetor matted to an aluminum dual-plane intake with a modified distributor and a large air cleaner to take air from the RPO Code ZL2 cowl induction hood, a small exterior detail that boldly states this is the king of muscle. 88 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This beautiful example of a Chevelle SS hardtop was factory built in the way most people would want to have had. Under the hood is that mighty LS6 “454� V8 fitted with all the right amenities, power brakes, power steering, very rare factory M40 automatic transmission and a beautifully detailed engine with proper chrome valve covers and air cleaner housing. Handsomely wearing its original and desirable Cortez Silver code 14, today the car looks splendid with black stripes. The interior is appointed with rare and original options to a factory LS-6 / SS. With matching numbers drive-train showing proper block casting 3963512, distributor 1111437, carb 4150/4492, alternator 1100837, intake 3963569, exhaust manifolds 3916178 & 3909879, cylinder heads 3964291. Treated to a full restoration the exterior of the car shows outstanding alignment of the panels with excellent paint and deep reflective chrome bumpers. This is truly an outstanding example of Chevrolet muscle at its best. 89 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 46 L 1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I Saloon Designer: J. P. Blatchley Estimate: $38,000 ­- $45,000


Chassis Number: SLG26 Engine: 4,887 cc OHV inline six-cylinder Two SU Carburetors / 155 HP Four-Wheel Power-Assisted Drum Brakes Mileage: 79,175 Believed Actual •

From a Texas Private Collection

Mechanically Sound

Restored to be Driven

The Model - The Silver Cloud is an automobile produced by Rolls-Royce Limited from April 1955 to March 1966. The Silver Cloud replaced the Silver Dawn and was, in turn, replaced by the Silver Shadow. The British Motor magazine tested a standard-wheelbase factory-bodied Series I in 1956 recording a top speed of 102.9 mph (165.6 km/h) and acceleration from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 13.5 seconds and a fuel consumption of 14.5 miles per imperial gallon. The Car - Well kept and maintained by a private central Texas collector. The body panels show straights with no visible signs of previous damage or corrosion. The paint shows good luster from its restoration which appears to be somewhat recent. The interior is very clean and original with beautiful woodwork which shows nicely. Known to be mechanically reliable and ready to continue its life as the ultimate luxury that a British classic can offer.

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ot 47 L 1995 Ford Thunderbird NASCAR Estimate: $35,000 ­- $40,000

Winston Cup Car

Raced by Rick Mast

Race Equipped

SOLD ON BILL OF SALE Engine: 358 Ford Racing V8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 730 hp (est.) 4 Speed Manual Transmission 4 Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

The Car: #1”Skoal Bandit’ Winston Cup Car driven in 1995 by Rick Mast. Driven to 8th place at the 1995 Brickyard 400 race. Full NASCAR equipment 358 Ford Racing V8, single 4 barrel Carburetor, 730 hp, Competition Borg Warner T-10 4 Speed manual transmission, 9” Rear-end, 4 wheel hydraulic disc brakes, 110-inch wheelbase.

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1994 Porsche 911 Speedster Carrera 2 Designer: Tony Lapine Estimate: $125,000 - $155,000

Chassis Number: WP0CB2966RS465166 Decoded: W=Germany; PO=Porsche; C=Convertible body; B=3.6 L 6-cyl. Engine; 2=Seatbelts restraints; 96=911 Series; 6=Check Digit; R=1994 model year; S=Stuttgart assembly; 173081=Serial Engine: 3605 cc, SOHC Horizontally Opposed 6-Cylinder Bosch Digital Fuel Injection / 247 bhp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

One of only 427 Speedsters 964 U.S. Series

Arguably the Best Speedster Built

Last air-cooled 911 Icon

Mileage: 62,332 Believed Actual

The Model - It would mark the end of an era as one of the last Speedster designs for an air-cooled 911, which had been the main-stay of the Porsche stable for decades. It would also hearken back to the glory days of the original Speedsters where function dictated form. In a day when assembly line production meant hand-crafted cars were frowned upon, the Speedster was different. A quick glance reveal the modified windscreen, three inches lower and more rakish than the cabriolet, these new cars had all the modern performance amenities but likes its namesake had weight savings too. While it had roll-up windows, they were for the front doors only, with no quarter glass as on the cabriolet it was based on. The top was manually operated and let’s face it, this car looks great being topless! Just 427 Speedsters were delivered into the USA. The 964 series Speedster is a superb machine, and as the last air-cooled 911, arguably the best. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car - This beautiful Speedster has been maintained in excellent condition and stored with care since it was purchased new. Considered option on the Cabriolet, they were sought after from day 1. Giving the car an even more aggressive stance is the M491 “Turbo Look� package that provided wide-body features plus upgraded brakes and suspension. It is fitted with its original leather seats, tight fitting soft top, all the factory gauges and an in-dash Alpine radio/stereo system. Considered one of the best-assembled Porsches of all time, the drive on this car has been described as one of the best road handling vehicles ever, which seems like it is glued to the road. With its original wheels, paint and trim, this is a rare opportunity to own one of the greatest production Porsches ever created, and it may be awhile before another Speedster of this quality is offered for your consideration. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 49 L The Model - The Chevrolet Chevy II/Nova is an automobile manufactured by Chevrolet, and produced in its first generation from 1962 through 1965. The car was of semi-unibody construction having a bolt on front section joined to its unitized cabin and trunk rear section, available in two-door coupe and four-door sedan configurations as well as convertible and station wagon versions. The 1962 Chevy II came in three series and five body styles. Inspired to compete against the Ford Falcon in 1960, Chevrolet began work on a more conventional compact car that would eventually become the Chevy II.


1964 Chevrolet Chevy II / NOVA Estimate: $17,000 ­- $22,000 Chassis Number: 20437N146329 Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 Carburetor / 300 bhp (est.) Automatic Transmission Drum Brakes

Recently Restored to Cruise and Show

Popular GM Model in Striking Colors

Fitted with Desirable 350 V-8

Mileage: 92,752 Showing

The Car - Fully restored to a nicely fitted street version with a small block 350 V8 matched to an automatic transmission. Attention to detail with aftermarket 5 spoke wheels and nicely accessorized chrome engine bay. Interior shows professionally restored in striking red vinyl with a custom built center console that enhances the desirable bucket seats. A nice driver in beautiful red / red color combination that will sure make the new owner proud to drive it to your local car meet.


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1972 BMW CSi Estimate: $38,000 - $45,000 Chassis: 2261573 Engine: 3.0 Liter 6-cylinder Bosch D-Jetronic fuel injection/ 200 HP 4-Speed Transmission •

Nearly Flawless Finish

Classic German Styling

Well sorted Restoration

The Model - The BMW New Six CS, the internal name BMW E9, a two-door coupé built for BMW by Karmann from 1968 to 1975 have seen marked increases in popularity. It was developed from the New Class-based BMW 2000 CS coupé, which was enlarged to hold the BMW M30 straight-6 engine used in the E3 sedan. The E9 platform, especially the 3.0 CSL homologation special, was very successful in racing, especially in European Touring Car Championship and the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft. This helped to establish BMW’s status as a sporty driver’s car. The 2800CS was replaced by the 3.0 CS and 3.0 CSi in 1971. The engine had been bored out to give a displacement of 2,986 cc (182.2 cu in), and was offered with a 9.0:1 compression ratio, twin carburettors, and 180 horsepower (130 kW) at 6000 revolutions per minute in the 3.0 CS or a 9.5:1 compression ratio, Bosch D-Jetronic fuel injection, and 200 horsepower (150 kW) at 5500 revolutions per minute in the 3.0 CSi.[3] There was a 4-speed manual and an automatic transmission variant. They were sold in the United States from 1970 to 1974, by Max Hoffman. He was the importer and sole distributor for BMW from the mid-sixties until selling his business to BMW of North America in 1975. [7] 1974 model cars had protruding 5 mile per hour bumpers. Their performance was very competitive with contemporaries. The Car - Covered in a slick glossy coat of dark green paint from tip to tail, this CSi is at the top of its class. The quality finish is accented by equally pristine bright work that is sure to turn heads. The interior space appears largely unused. The elegant brown leather Bucket seats are nearly flawless and present in the highest regard. The heart of this bimmer, the three-liter power plant is fresh and ready to hit the road with all 300 horses ready to get to work. If you act fast, you can still add one of these classic German cars to your collection before the market commands a premium for a truly collectible car.

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1982 Ferrari Mondial 8 Coupe Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $35,000 - $­45,000 Chassis Number: ZFFAD08A2C0039233 Decoded: Z=Italy; FF=Ferrari; A=2.9L V8; D=Active seatbelts; 08=Mondial 2+2 coupe; A=North American market; 2=Check Digit; C=1982; 0=Modena assembly; 039233=Unit Sequence Engine: 2934cc OHC 32v V8 Bosch K­Jetronic F.I./205 bhp 5­Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Mileage: 23,340 Actual

Excellent Color Combination

Easy to Maintain

Perfect Entry­Level Ferrari

The Model -The first Ferrari to be christened Mondial was a two l­iter racing vehicle produced between 1954 and 1956. Only 39 of these cars were prepared with the Scuderia’s Formula­2 engine, and they found moderate success when the main focus at Ferrari was still on the mighty V12’s. In 1975, Ferrari introduced the 308 family of sports cars with the Dino 308GT/4 offered as the entry-level Ferrari. In 1980, the Dino 308 was transformed into the new Mondial. It was still the least expensive Ferrari at the time, but that still put it in a league far superior to most every other car on the road at the time. With its low stance and wide tires, it grips the road with excellent acceleration, brakes with ease and hugs a corner tighter than a race winner hugs the trophy girl. The Mondial is a car that you can and should drive as often as possible.

The Car - Always a head turner, this limited production Defender’s finish has been treated to an easy life, still sporting a nearly new factory finish in Glasmere Green accented with an Alaskan White roof. The matching “steelies� wrapped in nearly new Goodyear Wranglers complete the exterior nostalgic look. The interior is a departure from the retro theme, adding just enough creature comforts to make the four wheeler comfortable enough for daily use. The seats are an outdoorsy Almond Reserve colored cloth trimmed in black, and have seen limited use. The old world does show through with shift levers for both the transmission and transfer case jutting from the floorboard, but now are covered in perforated leather that matches the steering wheel. As a nearly new truck, this tribute to the past is mechanically ready for the rigors of the daily commute, weekend camping trips or to be parked next to an original in a collection. Wherever this green machine ends up it will certainly be the center of attention. Land Rover had no plans to release any of the three limited editions in the United States, so if you have your sights set on this collector, opportunities to purchase one are sure to be limited.

The Car - Finished in Ferrari Red with a complementing tan leather interior, this Mondial coupe exhibits all the traits of a car that has been enjoyed and pampered. Showing just over the 23,000-mile mark the body appears to be straight with smooth panels with the interior showing minimal wear and tear. The dashboard is fitted with all the proper gauges and shows no sun fading or splitting as is often seen. This Mondial offers an excellent opportunity to enter the world of Ferrari ownership and experience the thrill of Italian design and engineering from behind the wheel. In a league of its own, the Mondial is the type of car that will impress others and put a smile on your face.

ot 52 L 1970 OLDSMOBILE 442 W30 Designer: John Beltz Estimate: $75,000 - $90,000 Body Number: 344870M227053 Decoded: 3=Oldsmobile, 44=442, 87=Plain-Back Hardtop, 0=1970 Model Year, M=Lansing, MI Assembly, 227053=Serial Number. Engine: 455 cid, 370 bhp V-8 Engine 3-Speed Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Drum Brakes

Rare W30, the Pinnacle of Collectable 442s

Exceptional Condition Throughout

Two Owner Car--First Owner Babied It for 39 Years

Mileage:18,823 Believed Actual

The Model -1970 represents the penultimate year for Oldsmobile’s incredible 442 and the height of craziness in the muscle car wars. Oldsmobile had finally shaken off GM corporate engine displacement restrictions to offer the mighty 455 cid W30 V-8 in an effort to outperform other muscle cars in general and Pontiac’s GTO in particular. Oldsmobile even used a mad scientist persona dubbed, ‘Dr. Olds’ to market the 442. The under-square W30 V-8 produced a thundering 370 bhp to deliver a staggering 500 foot-pounds of torque to the pavement. Just a year later the horsepower and torque quickly began to drain away. The W30 variant of the 442 was rare with the 2,574 W30 Holiday coupes representing only 11% of the total 442 produced. The W30s stand out from ordinary 442s with their fiberglass hoods and functioning cold air ram induction. Red front wheel wells also delineate these cars as something special. The combination was heady but few owners could afford the price of the W30 upgrade or the incredible insurance premiums that came with membership in this exclusive club.

The Car - This incredible 442 is a matching numbers W30 in unrestored condition. The original owner meticulously kept it for 39 years. Today it shows just over 18,000 miles that are believed original. A look through the original undamaged interior and the brilliantly preserved engine bay reflects the amazing limited use this car has seen. All of the original stickers are still there as well as inside the trunk lid. The second owner resprayed the rust free body in 2009 to achieve a stunning result. The signature red wheel wells of the W30 are still resplendent in their original paint inside and out. Even the spare tire and tire iron are original to this car. To find any W30 is difficult. To find a pinnacle 1970 W30 in this condition with incredibly limited usage represents an extraordinary opportunity Saturday night! 103 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 53 L 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra CSX 4000 Series Coachwork: AC Developer: Carroll Shelby

Estimate: $ 175,000 - $215,000

Ultra Desirable Aluminum Body

Authentic Shelby Continuation

Built to Original Specs with Original Parts

Chassis Number: CSX4285 Decoded: CSX=Shelby 4285=Serial Continuation Engine: 427 ci Side Oiler V-8 Cylinder Holley Four Barrel 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes

The Model When Carroll Shelby unleashed the Cobra, it was soon surrounding and devouring all of its competition. While the world of motorsports continued to progress in new directions, eventually these potent snakes on wheels were left behind. However, there was a generation that knew that the Cobra was truly the best sports car ever produced in America, maybe even the world. Within a few years of Shelby America’s decision to halt production, a number of Cobra replicas started to show up on the market. In the 1990’s, when Cobra fever hit a high, good old Carroll Shelby decided he had enough of “wannabe” Cobras flooding the market, many carrying his name. In 2002 Shelby built this licensed original 40th anniversary CSX and like it did in 1965 it creates waves of passion everywhere it goes.

The Car -Original body construction in high-strength aluminum mounted on its original 4” diameter steel tubular frame, fitted with the acclaimed side oiler 427 V8 engine it delivers the Shelby performance that made this car a legend. Looking inside the cockpit, you will find a complete compliment of Shelby Signature series gauges, original style wood steering wheel, and confirming this car’s heritage, a specially cast signature ID plate which is fixed to the tub at the factory and on the dash you will find the signature of the legend himself. Since its build, this CSX4000 series Cobra has been a somewhat of a “trailer queen” and has only been used under strict supervision. With period built Cobra’s overpassing the million-dollar mark, here is a genuine licensed continuation Shelby Cobra that would be a proud addition to the most respected collections.

ot 54 L 1961 Austin-Healey “Bug-Eye” Sprite Roadster Designer: Gerry Coker Estimate: $24,000 - $32,000

Concours Rotisserie Restoration

Fresh 1275cc with 4sp Trans

All Original Body Panels

The Model - In pursuit of an inexpensive sports roadster, Donald Healey working with the BMC factory helped develop and lent his name to what would become a popular little car that took on the name “Bug-Eye” in the USA and probably more appropriately “Frog Eye” in its home country of England. Light weight was paramount, and with a one-piece tilt-up front end, the car was peppy even with a little engine that was sourced from the Austin A35, with another version also used in the Morris Minor 1000. With improved carburetion, exhaust, and a bit higher compression, the Sprite was able to perform quite well and hold corners. The unibody construction provided excellent rigidity due to outstanding engineering by chassis designer Barry Bilbie.

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Engine Number: AN51L39289 4-Speed Manual Transmission

Engine: 1275 cid OHV 4-cylinder Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

2-Barrel Weber Carburetor

The Car - This example of the Mark I Sprite, has been given what is likely to be one of the best restorations in the country. Finished in red with black interior with white piping. A new black soft top, including side curtains and tonneau cover is included, and with the top up or down, its appearance is inviting. Mechanically the car needs nothing but a skilled driver looking for some fun in the sun. The wire wheels are wearing fresh rubber. Reported to run quite well the engine starts easily and the gears slip into place with minimal coaxing. The market for these little Sprites has recently started seeing marked increased with those who want to preserve the legacy of a proven winning design, as well as have the potential to take home many more trophies in the future.

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ot 55 L 2002 Ferrari 360 Spider Coachwork: Pininfarina Estimate: $90,000 -­ $115,000

The Model - Luxury, performance and the Cavallino Rampante (“prancing horse”) are staples of the iconic Ferrari sports cars. The Ferrari 360 Spider has the honor of being Ferrari’s 20th road-going convertible. The mid-mounted V8 engine, which can accelerate its crew up to 180 mph, can be admired by all through the glass integrated into the rear deck lid. Additionally, designers included side reinforcements, a cross brace in front of the engine, a strengthened windscreen frame, and roll bars. Aside from strengthening the body, designers were faced with the challenge of implementing a convertible top into a mid-engine sports car. The solution? An electrically operated top was designed that transforms from a closed top to an open-air convertible with a two-stage folding-action. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

Chassis Number: ZFFYT53A120127887 • Decoded: Z=Italy FF=Ferrari Y=360 T=Safety Stan• dards 53=360 Spider F1 A=LHD European 120=Maranel• lo Plant 127887=Serial Engine: 3.6 L Tipo F131 V-8 Cylinder Multiport Fuel Injection / 400 bhp 6-speed “F1” Electrohydraulic Manual Front and Rear Vented Disc Brakes

Meticulously Maintained Never on a Track, Not Driven in The Rain F1 Paddle Shift Transmission, Full Automatic Capability

Mileage: 38,000 Original

The Car - Full carbon fiber package, Ferrari race exhaust, clear bra over the front, over $180k MSRP. New clutch installed with full timing belt service performed at 31K Miles. Full EGR & Evap systems upgrade. Ferrari racing exhaust with upgraded ECU installed at 34k miles. No leaks, zero issues. So much work has been done on this Stallion it is ready to be enjoyed. The car is stock, aside from recent exhaust and computer upgrade.

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ot 56 L 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport by Duntov Concept: Zora Arkus-Duntov Estimate: $125,000 - $175,000 •

GM / Duntov Licensed Continuation to Original Specs

Road Car Fitted with Modern LS Engine

Recent Build one of The Best GS Continuation Built

Chassis Number: 30837X100018 Engine: 5.7L Aluminum LS V-8 Fuel Injected / 525 bhp Tremec TKO600 5-Speed Willwood Aluminum Brakes

The Model – Duntov Motor Company is the exclusive Chevrolet and Duntov licensee for the continued production of the authentic original Corvette Grand Sport. In the early 1960’s, auto racing was all the rage, except at General Motors where there was a very clear policy against any factory racing efforts. So while Carroll Shelby was building race cars he produced with the full support of Ford, Zora Arkus-Duntov, the “father of the Corvette”, could only stand by and watch his chance to be a racing legend slowly slipped away. By 1963, Duntov’s secret program to homologate a Corvette that would compete with Carroll Shelby become public knowledge. The Grand Sport Corvette, as it would come to be known, would address Corvette’s weight problem and its ineffective brakes. The Grand Sport program would also develop a completely new power plant that would use four Weber carburetors to fuel its small-block V8 engine. Its first testing session created such a buzz in the racing world that the Chevrolet brass caught wind of the program and quickly axed it, but not before five of the cars were built and sold. Those five racers would not be allowed to race in their intended class because the 125 units needed for homologation were not produced. They would eventually go toe to toe with the Cobras and the results were devastating to Carroll Shelby. The Car – This is the Duntov demonstrator, with less than 40 miles on the odometer. It is in every respect an authentic original Grand Sport except for the modern engine, transmission, and steering column. The engine is covered by GM’s 100,000-mile warranty. Fitted with proper aluminum wheels and standard GS rollbar this is a racer that you can take to the street. The interior is race inspired, but still a very usable space. The seats are true-to-form race buckets, holding the driver tightly when the 5 point belts are buckled. The all-aluminum modern LS 5.7L engine delivers a very impressive 525 horsepower the power to ratio is simply a thrill. Unlike many recreations, this is a continuation created in the exact image of the 1963 sister with certificate of origin with GM licensee stamp and original Corvette serial number showing to be number 18 of a very limited and prestigious run of this legend. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 57 L 1932 Ford Pickup Hot-Rod Estimate: $35,000 -­ $45,000

Highest Quality Built

Metal Body Fiber Fenders

Chopped Award Design

Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 4 Barrel Carburetor Automatic Transmission

The Car: High quality built hot-rod with popular chopped roof. Fitted with Chevy 350 V8 engine. Built on desirable metal body matted with fiberglass fenders. This is one attractive hot-rod that is ready to hit the road and show circles. Very rare and desirable 1932 Ford Pickup built to drive appreciated with thumbs up and smiles everywhere it goes. 112 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 58 L 1957 Porsche Speedster Evocation Estimate: $17,000 - $22,000 Titled as a 1972 VW Engine: 4 Cyl VW Single Carburetors 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

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Fresh Built Recreation Functional Convertible Top Built on a VW Platform

The Model : It is kind of hard to believe that Porsche’s popular 356 Speedsters actually came from an idea of an American. Max Hoffman of New York was the leader with the importation of German-built sports vehicles. In the early 1950’s, he approached Porsche and told them that if they could produce a lightweight, bare-bones sports roadster, they would sell well in the USA. Porsche listened, created the Speedster and they did as Hoffman had predicted, sold well. Sleek, lightweight, no fancy appointments, not even windows in the doors, these cars became legends and were somewhat affordable by privateers who wanted to go racing but had a budget to maintain. Starting in the late 1980’s, replicas of these little Speedsters started to appear, proving that greatness spawns imitators.

The Car - This recreation is based on a Volkswagen Beetle Coupe’s chassis. Under the engine cover sits a built 1600 cc, horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine that is fitted with a single carburetor. With construction of this car completed within the past couple of months, it is fresh and ready for the road, a professional quality build that looks like the original and performs on a par with those produced back in the 1950’s. Finished in German Sterling Silver with a black interior, this Speedster captures so much of that nostalgic era, low-cut windscreen, bare-bones interior, and great fit and finish. With original Speedster starting to hit the half-million dollar mark, here is one at a fraction of that price and 100% more enjoyable when you take it on the road.

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell

Perfect Pro-touring Style

Estimate: $38,000 - $45,000

Excellent Blend of New and Old

Chassis Number:124379N551751 Engine: 355 cid OHV ZZ4 Crate V8 4-Barrel Carburetor T-56 6-Speed Transmission 4-wheel-disc brakes

6-Speed Transmission

The Model -Answering the call to Ford’s Mustang, the first generation F-Body Camaros were brought to market in late 1966 and badged as 1967 models. Several engine options were available in the first generation Camaros, including the standard 230 cu in straight-6, 302, 307, 327, 350, 396, and 427 cu in V-8’s. With just three years in production, each succeeding year saw only modest designs variances to the sport coupe and convertible body styles. Fortunately, Chevy had upwards of 60 options available including the special RS, SS and Z/28 packages from day one. While Chevrolet may have been late to the pony car club, they surely raised the bar with the sporty Camaro.

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The Car - This stunning black pony typifies the pro touring genre. It has the look and the goods to back it up. The black paint is smooth as glass and produces an unmatched shine. All that black is touched up with small helpings of chrome here and there, with four large helpings in each of the wheel wells. The 20-inch wheels out back and 18-inchers up front provide the foundation for the perfect pro-touring stance. Putting power to this knockout is the one-two combo of the ZZ4 crate motor mated to a T-56 6-speed transmission. Braking duties are the job of a set of aftermarket 4-wheel discs that make it whoa as well as it goes. Juxtaposed to all that black, the Ivory white bucket seats look like original units with lots of life left for the new owner. The interior does have a few updates like the Dakota digital-analog gauges that offer accurate readings, but keeping the old school look. 117 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 60 L 1984 Ford F150 XLT Estimate: $15,000 -­ $22,000 Chassis Number: IFTEX15F4EKA37732 Engine: 35i cid Windsor V8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 210 bhp (est.) Four Speed Overdrive Automatic Transmission Mileage: 5,425 Factory Original Miles

Presented As A Two Owner Truck

As New Condition - 30yr Time Machine

Highest Trim Level XLT with Added Camper

The Model - The seventh generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford from 1979 to 1986. For the first time since 1965, the pickup trucks were based on a completely new chassis and body. Distinguished by its squarer look, sharper lines, and flatter panels, the trucks were designed with improved fuel efficiency in mind; to this end, Ford added its new AOD automatic overdrive (four-speed) transmission as an option on light-duty models.

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The Car - This XLT Lariat featured floor carpeting, color-keyed headliner, a standard chrome grille, and optional power windows/door locks. Woodgrain trim on the door panels was unique for the 1984 model year. This unique truck may very well be the lowest mileage 1984 F-150 in existence at this point. It truly is like going back in time 30+ years and walking into a Ford dealership and picking up the most luxurious truck at the time. A true gem worthy of the most discerning collection.

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ot 62 L 2008 Callaway Corvette SC652 Z06 Designer: Paul Deutschman Estimate: $45,000 -­ $52,000 Chassis Number: 1G1YY26EX85115593 Decoded: 1= US Built G= General Motors 1= Chevrolet YY= Corvette 2= Coupe 6= Front/Side Restraint System E= 427 ci X= check digit 8= 2008 5= Bowling Green Assembly 5115593= production sequence Engine: Supercharged 6.2 liter LS3 V8 652 bhp (est.) 6 Speed Manual Transmission Power four wheel disc brake Mileage: 34,100 original miles

Upgraded Callaway Corvette supercharger package cost nearly $24,000

SC652 package has an estimated 652 horsepower

Not for the faint of heart

The Model - Callaway Cars are world renowned for their design, development, and manufacturing processes to offer Callaway brand aftermarket performance products. Started in the 1970s, Reeves Callaway was unable to continue to continue his racing career due to financial restraints, despite being voted one of the best new SCAA drivers. After going to work for a driving school, Callaway obtained one of the school’s BMW 320i to tune it for more power. He successfully constructed and installed his first prototype turbocharger system. Car and Driver found out about his system and wrote an article about it after testing it. Although not Callaway’s original intention, BMW turbo system orders began to pour in and soon a legendary company was born. The Car -This 2008 Corvette has undergone the exclusive and pricey, at nearly $24,000, upgrade to be fitted with Callaway’s SC652 package. The already speedy Z06 got an upgraded liquid-to-air intercooler, high-volume fuel injectors and fuel pump, Callaway’s Honker high-flow intake system and Double-D stainless-steel exhaust, high-volume fuel injectors to name a few. The result, as the name implies, is an estimated 652 horsepower. Callaway doesn’t just stop at performance, their SC652 package features cosmetic changes as well. Modifications include a carbon-fiber PowerBulge hood to house the supercharger/intercooler assembly, carbon-fiber injector covers, anodized aluminum door-sill panels and Callaway-embroidered floor mats and badging.

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1968 Plymouth Barracuda Super Stock Fastback Designer: Dick McAdam Estimate: $175,000 ­- $225,000 Decoded: B=Plymouth Barracuda; 0=Super Stock; 29=Fastback coupe; M=Special Engine; 8=1968; B=Hamtramck, MI assembly; 390678=290,678th 1968 Plymouth scheduled for production at Hamtramck Engine: 426 cid Hemi­-Head V8 2 x 4­-barrel Holley 4160 Carburetors / 425 bhp (est) Torque Flite Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes •

Factory B029 Super Stock

Built by Respected 60 Year NHRA Veteran

Only the Best Components Used

The Model - Imagine being able to walk into a dealership, fill out an order form to get the perfect racing vehicle delivered to you from the factory. In 1968, you could do that at your local Plymouth dealer, “if” you had been pre­-approved. That year saw just 55 such approvals for the “Super Stock” Barracuda’s, making them technically a production car, but one that had questionable legalities for the street. Given factory ID numbers, able be titled, they were delivered with the 426 Hemi V8s. These were bare­bones, no body sealer, sound deadener or non­essential items were included or available. Finished in primer gray, knowing each owner would want their personalized color scheme, a pair of lightweight bucket seats were included. These cars were meant to do one thing, go on short little rides, say about a quarter of a mile, and do it in as quick as possible.

The Car - Documented to be the last “B029” Barracuda produced, well known authority Dell Jones verified this car was raced by Eddie Smith and campaigned as the “West Virginia Hemi”. Restored to perfection by long­time NHRA participant, Jim Hale, it has the best of everything and has actually competed recently in several Super Stock shootouts, plus the Dutch Classic and Sport Nationals. It is on a certified NHRA chassis and fitted with A833 automatic racing transmission fitted with a Precision Performance 9­inch sifter. Using Mark Williams steering and axles, it features a Ford 9” rear­end while stopping power comes from a set of Lamb competition disc brakes. Riding on Weld Racing Magnum wheels up front, wide slicks to the rear. Ready for the strip in today’s competition, this is the best of both worlds, authentic and historical, and able to come out play today. has an NHRA certified chassis, automatic racing transmission, race convertor, Precision Performance shifter, 9” Ford rear end, Lamb brakes, Mark Williams axles, Weld racing wheels, Magnaflow fuel pump and Autometer gauges. This car is perfect in every respect, it is authentic and one of the nicest cars in the country.


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1908 Indian Arrow Estimate: $10,000 ­- $14,000 Engine: Single Cylinder Gasoline Chain Drive Recreation of Classic Model Functional Memorabilia The Birth of a Legend

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ot 65 L 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Street Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell

Chassis Number: 124378N325133 Engine: 427 cid OHV big­-block V8 671 Blower Automatic Transmission Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes

Estimate: $75,000 - $85,000

Mileage: 3944 Showing

One-Off Custom Wheels

Refined Styling and Functionality

Perfectly Executed Street/Strip Machine

The Model - Answering the call to Ford’s Mustang, the first generation F-Body Camaros were brought to market in late 1966 and badged as 1967 models. Several engine options were available in the first generation Camaros, including the standard 230 cu in straight-6, 302, 307, 327, 350, 396, and 427 cu in V-8’s. With just three years in production, each succeeding year saw only modest designs variances to the sport coupe and convertible body styles. Fortunately, Chevy had upwards of 60 options available including the special RS, SS and Z/28 packages from day one. While Chevrolet may have been late to the pony car club, they surely raised the bar with the sporty Camaro.

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The Car - The appeal of the lines and shape of the first-generation Camaro’s is so broad that even children lust after them. Having spied this Camaro as a youngster, the current owner brought it home with the help of his father at the ripe age of 12. That was 38 years ago. While ownership has remained the same over the years, this first gen’s configuration hasn’t. When the car was in use as transportation to and from high school a variety of power plants were used, mostly of the small block persuasion. As adult life set in, the Camaro took on an adult look, feel and performance. From the stance, with the massive 20x15 inch one-off rear wheels, to the tattletale 671 blowers erupting from the hood, it’s obvious that this car is more than child’s play. The black paint remains crisp and polished, a sign of a topnotch professional finish. Inside the tweed interior is a bit dated, but remains largely unused. Aiming for a luxury look, the designer hit the mark, albeit a 90s luxury look. But the race car roots, while covered in tweed, still show through in the form of a full cage; a much-needed addition as this car is reported to run sub-eight second quarter miles, at around 175 MPH. The punched-out 427 topped with an old-school roots blower not only makes this a furious “street” machine but may also leave your neighbors with the same feeling. Much like its look, this car isn’t hiding anything with its sound. The 671 on top is currently under driven three percent but can be overdriven three percent, to produce almost 25 pounds of boost. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 66 L The Model: Before the Beatles came to America, there was another post World War II British invasion in America, economical sports cars. Desperate for funds and sales, these little cars which had been fairly popular in the UK before the war, were now aimed for their former colony, the United States of America. Featuring a larger and more powerful engine than their competition, the little MG T-series, the new TR series debuted in 1953 as the TR2 rated at 90 HP. It was a smartly styled little roadster with modern slab-sided styling. In 1955, the TR3 was released sporting 95 HP and was followed by the release of the TR3A two years later when the power was increased to 100 horses. Cosmetic changes were few, but the respect these cars earned in SCCA events kept growing, as did the sales.

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1961 Triumph TR3A Roadster Designer: Walter Belgrove Estimate: $24,000 -­ $30,000

Well Sorted Mechanically Ready

Attractive White over Tan Colors

Wire Wheels and Soft Top

Chassis Number: TS81718 Engine: 2138 cc Inline 4 Cylinder Dual SU Carburetors / 100 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive Front Disc Rear Drum Brakes Mileage: 39.134 Showing

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ot 67 L 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II Designer: John Polwhele Blatchley

Preservation Car Retaining Most of Its Original Finish

Regular Maintenance and Road Ready

From a Discerning Local Texas Collection

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000 Without Reserve Chassis Number: LRK38836 Decoded: L=Long Wheel Base, R=Rolls-Royce, K=North America/1979 Model Year, 23172=Serial Engine: 6.8L, 220bhp V-8 Three-Speed GM Turbo Hydramatic Automatic Gearbox, Front and Rear Power Disk Brakes Mileage: 75,972 Believed Original 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 RollsRoyce cars to incorporate a monocoque body. The design represented a dramatic styling change for the company as well. 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 RollsRoyce 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 Car –This 1976 Silver Wraith II radiates old-world style. The present owner of this beloved car lavished it with care, ensuring that whatever this car needed, it received. This Wraith comes well maintained and road ready. The owners of this car went to great length to preserve this vehicle. Forty years on, this Silver Wraith retains most of its original paint as well as its complete original interior. Simply put, this no-reserve Silver Wraith II representing an incredible amount of car for the fortunate last bidder as it is offered without reserve. 130 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 68 L The Model: The Mercedes-Benz W186 model 300 was a four-door luxury tourer produced by Mercedes-Benz between 1951 and 1957. Also referred to as a “Type 300�, the W186 was equal in features and price but superior in performance to the rival Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud. Favored by statesmen and business leaders, it offered options such as a glass partition, VHF mobile telephone, and dictation machine. All but hand-built as the company flagship, the W186 is often identified as an Adenauer after Konrad Adenauer, the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. 132

1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 Adenauer Estimate: $55,000 ­- $65,000

Chassis Number: 02839 Engine: 3.0L Inline 6 cylinder Twin Downdraft Solex Carburetors 4-Speed Manual Transmission

Always Garage Kept Older Restoration

Luxury Tourer Named After Konrad Adenauer

Shared Components with Icon “Gullwing”

Mileage: 63,686 Showing Believed Actual

The Car: Technologically advanced, the 300 was regarded as a “driver’s car”, sharing numerous design innovations and mechanical components with the iconic Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Gullwing”, including engine, suspension, and chassis. This beautiful 1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 sports an older restoration that has been beautifully maintained. Currently, the original Mercedes hubcaps are being professionally restored. Inline 6 cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual column shift transmission. Very nice interior with wood appointments and always garage kept. 133

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Deluxe Tudor Sedan

Magazine Cover Car and Good Guys 10 Best Pick

406 cu in small block

Custom Leather Interior

The Model - The 1947 Deluxe Tudor Ford is very similar to the short 1946 and as the year went by more changes were made to the sedan. Visual differences included the removal of the red accents from the grill and the two small lights located just above it. Ford also restyled the body slightly first by moving the parking lights from above the grill to below each headlight. Exterior moldings were changed from grooved to a smooth design. A new hood ornament with a blue plastic insert was installed. A new hubcap design became available in March. The interior dash color was changed from red accent to gold. By September, the roof-mounted antenna was moved to the cowl. Horns were moved to in front of the radiator from the engine compartment. The final 1947 models were titled in November Total Production numbers for this year was 44,523.

The Car - This Award winning Sedan Showcases a Black Jade Pearl paint. A deep black with dark green undertone, this all steel car is powered by a 400ci engine bored out to 406ci engine and a 350 TH automatic transmission. An independent front suspension with 11� Front disc power brakes and Power steering Makes this Street Rod a smooth ride. As you step into the car you will find it to be as beautiful as it is comfortable, with a custom leather wrapped interior the 60/40 split bench seat is covered in a beige leather. The amenities of today are all met with, custom one-piece power windows, Vintage A/C, Alpine Radio. This is a Magazine Cover Car and Good Guys 10 Best Pick that took well over 100K to build.

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1979 Chevrolet Camaro Estimate: $22,000 - $28,000 •

Throwback Paint Scheme

Promotional Product

Track-Focused Look

Chassis Number: 1Q87L9L504165 Engine: 350 cid OHV small­-block V8 4-Barrel Carburetor 3-Speed Transmission Front-Disc Brakes, Rear-Drum Brakes Mileage: 12,123 Showing Not Actual

1974 Chevrolet Corvette T-Tops Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $16,000 - $20,000

Desirable 4-Speed Manual Transmission

Air Conditioning and Power Windows

Attractive Colors and Rally Wheels

Original Carburetor and Intake Manifold Included

Chassis Number: 1Z37J4S416247 Decoded: 1Z=Chevrolet Corvette 37=Coupe T-Tops J=350 V8 4=1974 408725=Serial Engine: 350 ci V-8 Cylinder Quadrajet Four Barrel Carburetor 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes Mileage: 94,706 Showing Believed Actual The Model -In 1974 the C3 generation Corvette was fitted with front and rear urethane bumpers. Car and Driver magazine said: “...We think the front and rear together produce a ‘molded’ shape that speaks of function rather than decor.” The new rear design was quite beautiful, and more up-to-date than the 60’s shape that it replaced with the vast majority of enthusiasts embracing the new design. For the 1974 model only, casting limitations mandated left and right bumper covers with a vertical center seam. The anti-theft alarm key activator was moved from the rear panel to the front left fender. A 1974 Stingray equipped with the L48 195 hp small-block was capable of 0-60 in 6.8 seconds The Car - Prince would have been proud to cruise around in this little red Corvette. Its high-gloss finish, laid in 2005 accentuates the lines that define the C3 generation and the correct Rally Wheels and T-top combo finishes out a quintessential 70s sports car look. Inside the complementary saddle brown interior is in near flawless condition and is accented by subtle touches of wood grain, giving the pilot a nice dollop of class. The engine has been mildly upgraded with a few Edelbrock bolt-ons to raise the sluggish factory power ratings. Recently the benefactor of a mechanical refresh that included bushings and brakes to maximize the enjoyment of all the time behind the wheel, this Corvette is set and ready to hit the road. As prince said, “Little red Corvette, you need a love that’s gonna last.” Grab this one while you can and make it last, Prince said so. A portion of the proceeds are to be donated to Texas Humane Heroes, a 501(c)(3) Organization saving the lives of companion animals in Central Texas since 1979 and a pioneering force in the No-Kill Initiative.

The Model - Dubbed “Super Hugger�, the second-generation Camaro was developed without the rush of the first generation and benefited from a greater budget justified by the success of the first generation. Although it was an all-new car, the basic mechanical layout of the new Camaro was familiar, engineered much like its predecessor with a unibody structure utilizing a front subframe, A-arm and coil spring front suspension, and rear leaf springs. The chassis and suspension of the second generation were greatly refined in both performance and comfort; base models offered significant advances in sound-proofing, ride isolation, and road-holding. Extensive experience Chevrolet engineers had gained racing the first-generation led directly to advances in second-generation Camaro steering, braking, and balance. Although it began its run with a number of high-performance configurations, as the 1970s progressed, the Camaro grew less powerful, succumbing, like many production cars of the era, to the pressures of tightening emissions regulations and a fuel crisis. Major styling changes were made in 1974 and 1978; 1981 was the final model year for the second-generation Camaro. The Car: Completed in 2015 as a promotion for a Gulf Oil gas station, this second generation Camaro sports one of the most iconic paint schemes of all time. The Gulf Oil blue and orange paint was professionally laid and sports period correct graphics. The exterior look is rounded out with racing wheels and white letter tires that give it a track-focused look. One notable addition to this 1979 model is the split-bumper front clip gleaned from a 1970. Inside is the standard fare, with black bucket seats over black carpet, all nicely presentable. Under the hood is a mildly upgraded small block, appointed with the usual bolt-on power adders. This unique second gen stands out wherever it goes, let it stand out in your collection.


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ot 73 L 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo RUF Coupe Designer: Pinky Lai Alois Ruf Jr. Estimate: $35,000 to $45,000

Incredible Evolution of the First Generation Water-Cooled Porsches

Exceptional Condition Inside and Out

Legendary Comprehensive RUF R Turbo Upgrades

Chassis Number: WP0AB29992S687367 Decoded: W=Germany, P0=Porsche Sports Car, A=911 Coupe, B=Turbo, 2=Seatbelts, Two Airbags, 99=996, 9=Check Digit, 2=2002 Model Year, S=Stuttgart, Germany Assembly, 6=996, 8=Twin Turbo Coupe, 7367=Serial Number Engine: 3.6L, 549 bhp Liquid-Cooled Flat-Six Engine Twin Turbochargers Five-Speed Bosch Auto Motronic Transmission Four-Wheel Anti-Lock Disk Brakes Mileage: 119,000

The Model - In 1999 Porsche debuted its new 911 internally known as the 996 platform. The 996 ended Porsche’s distinguished line of air-cooled cars. While purists decried the end of the air-cooled tradition, the legendary Ruf tuning house embraced the new era. The Ruf association with Porsches began when Alois Ruf Jr. started a Porsche restoration business out of his father’s garage in 1960. His passion for Porsches, especially 911s, grew. The first Ruf-enhanced Porsche hit the market in 1975 and the company’s prowess and reputation for aftermarket development has become legendary. For the new 996, Ruf designed a comprehensive upgrade package that not only refined the handling and monochromatic interior, but also reworked the new Porsche flat-six into a pavement-shredding 549 bhp twin-turbo monster.

The Car -This rare Ruf is in incredible condition inside and out reflecting how the previous owner lavished this car with whatever care it needed. From the factory Cobalt Blue to the grey leather interior, this car is sharp from every angle. The Ruf treatment this car received is comprehensive. The interior features the exclusive Extended Leather Package that upgraded the dash, visors, doors, and speaker grills. Even the air conditioning vents and mirror control switch are wrapped in leather! The interior also features an auto dimming rear view mirror and center console factory color-matched to the exterior. The interior upgrades wouldn’t be complete without the Ruf instrument cluster, Ruf steering wheel and Ruf floor mats. Outside, the Ruf aero kit, carbon wing and lowering springs sharpen the handling. Underneath, the full Ruf tuning package with Ruf exhaust, Ruf fuel system and Ruf intake system become greater than the sum of the parts to make 549 bhp. With over $30K just invested to bring this Ruf to the top of its game, it comes ready to go with a brand new set of tires, fresh complete service and full service history. This is the zenith of the first generation of water-cooled Porsches. Don’t miss out on this incredible, exclusively optioned, RUF 911 R Turbo.

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ot 74 L 2014 Triumph Thruxton 900

Low Miles

Classic British Style

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Enjoyable Performance and Handling

Chassis Number : SMT920K14ET625886 Engine: 2 Cylinder 4 Stroke Air Cooled 8 Valve DOHC 5 Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Brakes and Electric Starter Mileage: 368 Miles The Model : The Triumph Thruxton is a series of British parallel-twin motorcycles. The 2014 Thruxton 900 is a sporty standard, updated with all state-of-the-art modern components and built for a modern ride. The Thruxton 900 comes equipped with a 865cc, 8-valve engine. A perfect bike for cruising local cafes or heading down the highway, the Triumph Thruxton 900 is ready for your next adventure.

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Estimate: $8,500 - $12,000

Two Owner Boat

Texas Boat From New

75 ot

1981 Correct Craft Ski Tique

Engine: 302 ci V8 Engine Hours: 565

The Model: This is a very well cared for 1981 Correct Craft Ski Tique with the original Correct Craft Trailer. The Correct Craft Ski Tique was a well renowned ski boat in the early 1980s – it was really the cat’s meow. This is a two-owner boat, with both owners being residents of Texas. The first owner bought it at a boat show in 1982 in Austin. He sold it to the current owner, who collects classic cars and has taken every precaution to ensure this boat stays like new. This boat is all original, except for the bottom cushion on the two front seats. It has the original Ford 302 V8 engine, original trailer, original gel coat, original carpet, and original vinyl. It runs beautifully and is a lot of fun for a day on the lake. The trailer has good tires, new lights, and just passed a TX safety inspection.


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