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MEMORABILIA LOTS


Lot M1 - Bugatti Vintage Racer 34” x 46” Oil Painting by Kemerer

Lot M2 - Vintage Bowser Fuel Pump

Lot M3 - Fontana dei dodici mesi Cisitalia 34” x 46” Oil Painting by Kemerer 9 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 01 L 1975 Porsche 914 Targa Designer: Ferdinand Piëch Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 Without Reserve •

Honest Original Targa Top Driver

Engine and Transmission Rebuilt

Well Kept and Maintained

Chassis Number: 4752906026 Engine: 1.8L Flat-Four Cylinder Fuel Injection / 84 bhp 5-Speed Manual Gearbox Mileage: 11,980 Showing

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. The Car: This Porsche 914 is a well kept and maintained driver with recent engine and transmission rebuilt. The body shows to be an honest original car with no signs of previous damage or corrosion. The interior shows very well with no large blemishes to be found. With its very presentable paint and attractive color combination this is a turn key inexpensive gateway to become part of the Porsche owners club.

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ot 02 L 1982 Ferrari Mondial 8 Coupe Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000 Without Reserve

Chassis Number: ZFFAD08A7C0039647 Engine: 2934cc OHC 32v V8 Bosch K­Jetronic F.I./205 bhp 5­Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Mileage: 34,050 Miles Showing • • •

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Classic Color Combination Easy to Maintain Exotic Fitting 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 308 GT/4 offered as the entry­level 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: Finished in Ferrari Red with a complementing tan leather interior, this Mondial coupe exhibits all the traits of a car that has been driven and enjoyed, but not abused. Showing just over the 39,000-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.

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ot 03 L 1930 Ford Model A Depot Hack Designer: Henry Ford

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000 Without Reserve Chassis Number: A2556169 Engine: 200 cid L-Head in-line 4-cylinder 1-barrel Carburetor/40 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Mileage: 86 Miles Showing

Mechanically Reliable and Simple to Maintain

Solid Wood Body Construction, Attractive Color Combo

Multipurpose Vehicle Unlimited Uses

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The Model: As with its predecessor the Model T, Ford’s second generation Model A often found itself doing things that it was old Henry Ford never even thought of. While its primary mission in life was to be a family car, it was often pressed into commercial applications as well. On those sturdy yet simple chassis one could find tow-trucks, farm vehicles, pick-up trucks and even hearses and ambulances. Starting with 1929, Ford even attempted to capture the station wagon market by being the first car maker to offer such a model straight from the factory. Even with assembly line models filling those needs, there were still some companies that provided after-market bodies and a good number of home craftsmen played their hand at making custom bodies. Ford’s Model A from 1928 to 1931 was a major leap forward in the automobiles world and with over five-million examples produced, today they are still highly sought after and actually, fun to own and drive.

The Car: Even though the factory started offering a factory supplied station wagon, often referred to as a depot hack, there were all sorts of home-built creations that could carry passenger, cargo or just about anything one needed to transport. This vehicle appears to have been hand crafted, though there is no known history about the builder. Starting with a restored chassis and running gear, the hood and cowl are from the 1930 model year, while the engine was assembled and numbered during the month of October 1929. This unique vehicle appears to have been built as a touring wagon or possibly for use in local parades. It would be perfect for taking guests around a large estate or ranch, or for those who are civic minded, what better way to promote a company, a cause or an organization than this open-air beauty. Including the driver, it would make a perfect ride for four, a couple more if you don’t mind squeezing in center seat passengers. Original Ford wire spoke wheels have been retained, painted in a vibrant red hue, body sides appear to be of sturdy quality pine with rugged construction throughout. A fun ride that will take you just about anywhere you want to go.


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2008 Shelby Mustang GT500

Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: 1ZVHT88S385112608 Engine: 5.4 Liter V-8 Supercharged Fuel Injection 500 bhp 6 speed manual transmission Odometer: 4,101 Miles Actual • • •

500hp Modern American Muscle Like new condition Aftermarket Wheels

The Model: The heart of Ford’s updated version of a Shelby classic is its 5.4 L (330 CID) Modular 500 hp (370 kW) supercharged V8 engine. Features include the Tremec TR-6060 6-speed manual transmission, suspension tuning, a body kit, and 18-inch wheels. A collaboration of Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) and Carroll Shelby, the GT500 was produced in limited quantity for three years (approximately 10,000 units per year) The GT500 also came with a very successful launch control system – needed with 480 lbs. of torque at 4,500 rpm – as part of the standard traction control system. To get a nearly perfect launch, all the driver has to do is rev the engine to 3,200 rpm, dump the clutch and floor it. The system automatically modulated the engine power.

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The Car: This car has been used on only very special occasions. Always serviced and maintained by the current owner and kept within the confines of a climate-controlled atmosphere, this beauty finished in white with blue striped with a complimentary black embroidered leather interior. Forty years earlier Carroll Shelby had successfully stuffed a big-block Ford V8 under the hood of his 1967 based Mustangs and created his first GT500 edition. While it took a few years for those original GT500s to catch the collector’s eye, they had it right from the start, and now is the time to latch on to a low-miles, performance car such as this 2008 edition being offered. Whenever Carroll Shelby was asked “What’s your favorite car?”, his response pretty simple, “The next one!” Make this GT500 your next car and catch a piece of the legacy.

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1955 Chevrolet Belair 4-dr Sedan Designer: Clare Mackichan Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: C55A048996 Decoded: C=Belair Series; 55=1955; A=Atlanta, GA assembly plant; 048996=Serial Engine: 235 cid OHV in-line 6-cylinder 1-barrel Carburetor/140 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes • Highest Trim Model Sedan Odometer: 21,685 Showing • Very Original Cruiser •

Classic Column Shifter


The Model: One of the styling cues that the Chevrolet crew was hoping to tie-in to their new 1955 models was the egg-crate grill that was likened to contemporary Ferrari sports cars. From any angle, the 1955 Chevrolets were a beautiful execution of modern style presenting grace and elegance. Not only were the exteriors new and fresh, but the interiors were equally as exciting. While most of the media attention for the new 1955’s was Chevrolet’s completely new V8 engine. However, there were a number of dedicated customers that swore by the trusty in-line six. Pumping out 140 HP, this engine performed as well as a number of V8 engines from this same time period. With origins dating back to the early 1930’s, it was a design that had been perfected, delivering plenty of passing power for modern highways while providing the economical operation expected with a six. Even in days of gasoline being under 30 cents a gallon, there were those who paid strict attention to the MPG of their new cars. Always popular with car buyers, the handsome Belair four-door sedan, Chevrolet’s top shelf car, saw over 345,000 units produced making it by far, the best seller for the brand. The Car: This 1955 Belair sedan isn’t for everyone. It is reserved for those who can appreciate a well-preserved, beautifully designed and crafted automobile. Our consignor says it appears that this solid sedan was given a cosmetic restoration during the early 2000’s. It is finished in its original two-tone combination of Glacier Blue and Shoreline Beige with the interior done it original style fabrics replicating the proper design and stitching patterns. Under the hood, you will find that impressive six cylinder engine is in excellent mechanical condition. Described as the perfect car for a Sunday drive it is fitted with factory heater-defroster and a dash-mounted clock. Evidently, the original owner just wanted to listen to the Chevy-Six purr as this car has never had a radio installed. One of the finest ‘55’s we have seen in quite a while, all the hard work has been, so raise your paddle and get yourself one of America’s finest automobiles then you can see the USA in this Chevrolet.


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1965 Datsun 1600 Fairlady 2-dr Convertible Designer: Prince Albrecht Goertz Estimate: $12,000 - $18,000 Without Reserve •

Enjoyable Classic Convertible

Attractive Import Reliability

Peppy Little Roadster

Chassis Number: SPL31114956 Engine: 1596cc OHV in-line 4-cylinder 2 X SU HS4 Carburetors/96 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Mileage: 76,450 Miles Showing

The Model - By the early 1960’s, Nissan’s Datsun brand was starting to make some in-roads in the USA market. Their light duty pickups were winning praises for being durable, reliable and economical, while their Patrol 4X4 vehicles promoted by cowboy star Roy Rogers, put only a small dent in the off-road market. Their sedans had become a bit more powerful and were starting to be seen on more and more streets in the USA. But in the world of sports cars, Datsun was ahead of all other Japanese competitors and carving out a little market niche of its owner. One of the most innovative models was the 1500cc Fairlady, model SPL310, seeing distribution pick up during 1963-64. In 1965, a new and improved model, the SPL311, 1600 version was released. It was this model that started to capture those wanting to get into the sports scene on a tight budget starting to turn to. Actor turned race-car driver Paul Newman used a Fairlady for his first racing events which led him to become a major supporter of Peter Brock’s BRE Datsun team. The 1600 was lightweight, handled as well as anything from Europe and could be purchased for a bit less than the UK’s MG-B.

The Car –Nobody bought one of these peppy little roadsters when they were new and put them away. They got out and did what they were designed to, be driven and enjoyed. This example is no exception. An early production model of the 1600, this car features what appears to be its original drive trains. Finished in its original shade or white with black vinyl bucket seats, these cars were subject to being equipped to the owner’s taste. This example is fitted with a vintage Momo “Team” steering wheel and has been upgraded with a set of custom sport alloy wheels. Reported to be well sorted out, it provides the performance and handling that was so finely engineered in these early sports cars from the land of the rising sun. While the fit and finish appears to be at or above factory tolerances, and the car is overall neat and tidy, this is not a trailer queen by a long shot. It is meant to be driven and enjoyed. With the growing interest in early Japanese cars, especially the Fairlady based roadsters, this vehicle presents a great chance for someone to join the fun and do it economically.

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ot 07 L The Model: Following Alfa Romeo’s withdrawal from the American market in 1994, Alfa premiered this “new generation” Alfa 916 Spider for non-US markets only. The new car featured projector-style headlights and clean lines from a completely concealed folded top. The interior refinements of the new Alfa stood apart from the competition offering special optional leather sports seats, leather color-coded door panels and stitching around the handbrake, gear lever and the new three-spoke steering wheel to tie it all together. A new higher output 2.0 16 valve Twin Spark engine with two spark plugs per cylinder was available as a high-performance option. The new Alfa 916 proved to be an outstanding car in every respect, garnering many awards including Autocar Magazine’s, “1995 Car of the Year” and “Best Sports Car” as well as Car Magazine’s “Best Designed Car”. 22 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


1997 Alfa Romeo 916 S Twin Spark Designer: Enrico Fumia Estimate: $38,000 - $50,000 Chassis Number: ZAR91600006032648 Engine: 2.0L, 148 bhp, Dual-Spark, Twin-Cam, 16 Valve Inline Four-Cylinder Engine Five-Speed Manual Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Ventilated Disk Brakes Mileage: 29,106 Miles Actual •

Believed Only Alfa 916 Legally Imported Into the United States

National Alfa Concours Best of Show Winner Judged at 101.6 Points

Books, Tools and Records Included

The Car: Despite Alfa Romeo’s disappearance from the US market in 1994, this particular Alfa was specially constructed to meet US federal specifications for a client. It was imported into the United States in 2004. It is believed to be the only 916 Spider legally imported to this country. The car is equipped with the optional higher output 16 valve twin spark engine and rare two-tone sport leather interior. Since its importation, this car has made its rare presence felt. In 2013, this car was concours judged at 101.6 points and won “Best in Show” at the national Alfa Romeo club meet in Sonoma California with over 200 participants. The “Best in Show” national concours trophy accompanies the car. This car has traveled less than 500 miles since its national concours victory and shows just over 29,000 total miles. The original books and tools accompany this car. This immaculate national concours-winning Alfa drives like new and will offer the new owner a truly unique ownership experience both as a fantastic rare sports car and a prime candidate for additional concours awards! Don’t wait for the next opportunity, this is believed to be the ONLY US legal Alfa 916. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 08 L 1957 Austin-Healey 100-6 BN4 2+2 Roadster

Original 2+2 seating

Designer: Donald Healey

Long Wheelbase for Better Ride

Fun and Functional Open Roadster

Estimate: $40,000 - $55,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: BN4L038413 Engine; 2639cc OHV inline 6-cylinder 2XSU Carburetors/102 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 11,065 Miles Showing The Model: Building on the success of the Austin-Healey 100’s, the new BN4 series introduced a number of desired components for those sporting young souls looking for a thrilling ride. Most important was the introduction of the inline six cylinder engine, based on the BMC C-series, fitted with a pair of SU carburetors and backed up by a 4-speed transmission. The styling was unmistakably Healey, even with a two-inch longer wheelbase, wider opening for the radiator up front plus a functional hood scoop, fixed windscreen, and for the first time fold-down occasional seats installed behind the front bucket seats. Acceleration was decent, 0-60 mph in just under 11 seconds, with conservative fuel usage of right around 21 miles to the gallon. In its four model years of production, a total of 14,436 Austin Healey 100-6 models were produced. The Car: Finished in a monochromatic scheme of pure white, this little roadster has been treated to a fairly comprehensive cosmetic and mechanical restoration. The body panels line up quite well with proper gaps seen for the doors, bonnet, and boot. This 100-6 is riding on a set of knock off wire wheels with fresh rubber, white the bucket seats are covered in supple vinyl retaining the original stitching pattern. Under the hood is clean and tidy, with all the proper markings plus all wiring and hoses sorted out. The gold faced speedometer and tachometer are original, as are other gauges mounted properly in the dash. To keep one toasty and warm on a cool early morning drive is the original heater provided by Smith’s. On the rear deck is mounted a handy luggage rack perfect for carrying the picnic basket on. As an honest driver quality this would be the perfect launch for an afternoon lunch.

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2008 Bentley Continental GTC Designer: Paul Pires Estimate: $85,000 - $115,000

Chassis Number: SCBDR33WX8C054606 Decoded: S=UK; CB=Bentley; D=Continental convertible; R=Twin-Turbo 6.0L W12; 3=Active seat belts and air bags; 3W; World Market except North America; X=Check digit; 8=2008; C=Crewe Assembly; 054606=Serial Engine: 6.0L OHV W12 Twin Turbo Charged/552 bhp 6-Speed Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Beautifully Styled Convertible

World Class Craftsmanship

Totally Maintained and Cared for From New

Odometer: 21,000 Miles Actual

The Model: Coming under new ownership, Volkswagen decided to let Bentley build its own market niche based on the rich racing heritage the marque had enjoyed before becoming a part of Rolls-Royce. While there had been several performance Saloons such as the Turbo R, a more sporting look was sought, hence the Continental GT coupe. In the fall of 2005, a convertible concept of this car was presented and a year later put into production as the Continental GTC. It was an immediate success. Using the same drive train and suspension set-up, fined tuned for the convertible body, these British born open cars took performance, style, speed and elegance to new heights. The fabric soft-top convertible roofs were produced for Bentley by Karmann in Germany, and a vast amount of German technology was applied to the bodies and chassis which are still being produced by the finest craftsmen in the industry. With 0-to-60 times in the 5.0 second range, the GTC is the only way to do some neck-snapping acceleration while being completely surrounded in the lap of luxury. The Car: Considered by many, the Continental GTC is about the best bang for your performance buck wherever you go. In pristine condition the example we are proud to offer is finished in its factory applied dark Pewter Gray metallic with the seats finished in matching dark gray leather with a special edition Diamond Pleated stitching. The black soft top is clean and shows no wear or tear. In the middle of the passenger compartment is the entertainment, navigation and control center, surround by rich burled walnut veneer. As one should expect in car of this stature, every conceivable amenity is included, from power everything to a comforting climate control system no matter what the outside weather presents. Riding on the factory 19” Alloy 7-spoke wheels, there is plenty of tread left on those Pirelli P-Zero tires for unlimited Spring time cruising. Showing just over 21,000 miles, the consignor tells us this car has been maintained since new by marque specialist and all required servicing has been completed. Carefree, trouble-free, this beautiful Continental GTC from Bentley is a performance vehicle that deserves a second look and then a hand in the air.


The Car:

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2002 Bentley Arnage “T” “Red Label” 4-dr Saloon

First Year of Twin-Turbo Power

Stunning Color Combination

Chassis Number: SCBLC31E33CX08271 Decoded: S=UK; CB=Bentley; L=Arnage “T”; C=4-dr Sedan; 31=6.75L Twin Turbo V8; E=Active Seat Belts; 2=Check Digit; 2=2002; C=Crewe Assembly; X=LHD; 08271=Serial Engine: 6750cc OHV V8 Twin-Turbo Charged/465 bhp 6-Speed Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Fastest Production Sedan When New

Odometer: 67,600 Actual Miles

Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000

The Model: 2002 marked a major milestone in the history of Bentley. Under the BMW leadership what was still getting in tune with the Bentley tradition, the most powerful engine ever placed under this marque’s hood by the factory, was unleashed. The use of twin turbos created a monster of an engine that was not shared with any other make or model, making the Arnage the fastest production sedan in the world. There were a few other technical touches that helped besides the turbo power, such as the Motronic 7.1.1 “Engine Management System” that kept just the right about of fuel-air mixture delivery, and for handling the Bosch electronic stability program kept these big luxury sedans on the straight and narrow. With a base price right at $235,000 when new, customers were not to be disappointed considering all the appointments such as power everything, a solid, well-insulated passenger compartment fitted with supple and supportive seating, premium sound system and climate control for year-round comfort. Mechanically the transmission was smooth and silent and brakes the highest quality in the industry.

The Car: Maintained to the highest degree since new, this beautiful Arnage is finished in Barnato Green complimented with Saddle leather throughout the interior. Showing relatively low-miles, our consignor tells us that this Bentley has been given the highest quality with a file-folder full of receipts to back up those claims. Luxury appointments are everywhere from the finely crafted real wood accents on the dashboard door panels and even surrounding the controls for the power seats. Full climate control and premium sound system are also part of this package as is the hand-crafted steering wheel created with dark green leathers. So well insulated is the passenger cabin that the powerful whine of those dual Garrett T3 Turbo can barely be heard. Still wearing its original alloy “Red Label” wheels, the ride is unparalleled for smoothness while this big sedan’s agility is hard to match. Even the trunk compartment is neatly carpeted, and in case of inclement weather there is a pair of matching umbrellas strapped to the back board ready to protect. It has long been said that the Rolls-Royce owners prefer to be driven, but that a Bentley owner prefers to drive and what better ride could you hope for.

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ot 11 L 1959 Porsche 356 A Cabriolet Designer: Ferdinand Porsche Estimate: $105,000 - $165,000 Chassis Number:151610 Engine: 1.6L, 75 bhp Pushrod Flat-Four Engine Four-Speed Manual Transmission • • •

Desirable A Model Cabriolet Aesthetically Restored Good Honest Driver

The Car: This cabriolet has been nicely aesthetically restored with paint, upholstery and wheels that presents very nicely. Its original patinated trim pieces, gauges and engine bay maintains its attractive vintage character. The Ivory paint covering this 356 appears clean and smooth in a nice portrayal of the original color. Inside the restored upholstery interior is clean, complete and ready for a new driver to climb behind the wheel. The 1.5-liter power plant sitting between the back wheels is tuned up and ready to hit the back roads on a Sunday afternoon. The 356 was the American’s first love in a long line of German sports cars and now you can make this one yours.

The Model: The Porsche 356’s pedigree is one that helped defined the sports car industry. As Porsche’s first production car, with its soft yet distinct lines and driver-focused balance the 356 was almost mandatory to have for any serious racer in the 1950s. While the 356 may have lost its competitive edge as a race car to modern technology, its desirability has not wavered. The collector car market rarely sees a demand, love and following like that of the Porsche 356. As was the case for serious racers in the 50’s the 356 is a must have for any serious collector today.

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ot 12 L 1967 Lincoln Continental 4dr Convertible Sedan Designer: Elwood Engle Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: 7Y86G844442 Decoded: 7= 1967 Model Year; Y= Wixom, MI assembly plant; 86= 4-dr convertible sedan; G= 462 ci V8 engine; 4=Lincoln; 22043=Serial Engine: 462 ci V-8 4 Barrel Carburetor / 340 bhp 3-Speed Automatic Transmission Power-Assisted Front Disc Brakes

Offers the ultimate in open-air classic luxury touring

Top is totally concealed when in down position

Luxury appointments that were standard equipment

Mileage: 88,122 Miles Showing

The Model: When the 1961 Lincoln-Continental was released Ford Motor Company was honored with the Bronze Medal from the Industrial Design Institute. Its creator Elwood Engle, who had already moved on to Chrysler, (and whose touch is seen in the 1964-66 Imperials), returned to Ford just to accept this prestigious award. Not resting on their laurels, Lincoln continued to make improvements and 1966 would see a complete redesign but staying with Elwood’s original theme of “less-is-more”, and understated elegance in motoring. For 1967, few changes were made to the Continental, except for minor trim updates. The Lincoln emblem on the front fender was deleted on 1967 models. The dashboard gained several indicator lights, cruise control on, trunk open, and an oil pressure light. In the interest of safety, lap safety belts became standard alongside an energy-absorbing steering column. Weighing in at close to 3 tons it is one of the heaviest automobiles produced by Ford making its ride feel like sailing. 32 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Model: From 1961 to 1967, Lincoln produced the only four-door convertible in the USA, and it was used by heads of state and celebrities alike. The interior was kept original and while it shows a bit of patina and the rubbers a little age, it is ready for the open road. Finished in its factory color of Granda Yellow it is complemented by the seating surfaces and white folding top and reportedly is the perfect classic luxury cruiser. It received an engine-out service in 2015 that included a complete engine re-seal. The car is original apart from an upgrade to electronic ignition and a new top. Service records are available back to 2008. Much of the light yellow paintwork is

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1979 Ferrari 308 GTB Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $ 95,000 - $130,000

The Model: Ferrari introduced the 308 GTB (Berlinetta) at the Paris Salon in October 1975 as the replacement for the Dino 246. The new 308 GTB was beautifully designed by Leonardo Fioravanti, of Pininfarina. Power came from a transverse mid-mounted four cam V8 with four Weber twin choke carburetors connected to a 5-speed manual transmission. The finished product was a success for Ferrari, and with the sleek styled GTB and the later open top GTS, the 308/328 models become one of the most loved and recognized model range that Ferrari produced. The early cars utilized a fiberglass (vetroresina) bodies, and from mid-1977 the bodies were made of steel. Production was 1975 through 1979 during which time just 2,185 steel bodied carbureted 308 GTB’s were produced for the world markets. The Car: This beautiful US delivery 308 GTB was produced on December 1979, which is the last year Ferrari offered a carbureted variant of the 308. Finished in wonderful Silver (Argento Auteuil) over Red (Rosso) leather. It’s easy to see this car has been loved and cared for over the years. The vehicle received a complete bare metal repaint (photo documented) to renew it’s aging factory silver paint, and even after several years the paint looks excellent. The Rosso red interior is very original with great patina, only natural aging and wear. Overall this vehicle is very clean and well preserved with a very good service history. Recently this 308 received an extensive engine out major service with new timing belts, water pump, valve adjustment, and several items replaced / updated due to age (hoses, seals, ignition wires, etc). Some noted enhancement to the car, 16” Ferrari wheels from a later model 308 and a TUBI exhaust muffler. Car comes with the original set of 14” wheels, as well as the owners manual/books, service records, tool kit, and jack kit.

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Chassis Number: F106AB 30397 Engine Number: F106A E 01774 Engine: 2926 cc DOHC V8 4 x Weber 40DCNF Twin Choke Carburetors/205 hp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 56,780 Miles Actual


Beautiful and desirable color combination of silver over red

Final year of the carbureted 308 GTB

U.S. delivery car, includes books, tools, and jack

Recent complete 30k major service

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ot 14 L 1970 Jaguar E-Type Roadster Designer: Malcolm Sayer

Desired Series II Comfort and Reliability

Estimate: $75,000 - $85,000 Chassis Number: 1R11237 Decoded: 1R=Series II, 1=Left Hand Drive Open Two Seater, 1237=Serial Number (Nov 1969 construction). Engine: 4.2L DOHC, 245 bhp Straight-Six Engine Dual Zenith-Stromberg Side-Draft Carburetors All-Synchro 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Power Disk Brakes

Freshly Commissioned From Long-Term Ownership

Perfect Long-Range Tourer

Odometer: 40,361 (Believed To Be Actual) The Model: Jaguar set the motoring world on fire with the release of the new E-Type. The new E-Type delivered sleek lines legendary handling and staggering performance for a fraction of the price of Ferraris and Aston Martins of similar performance. Throughout its life, Jaguar continuously improved the E-Type’s safety and drivability. The new Series II from 1969 was a comprehensively updated realization of Malcolm Sayers’ legendary original design. The Series II represents the perfect choice for a useable classic with refined manners, better seating and improved safety features over the early cars. Jaguar resolved the cooling issues of the early cars by a adding a high-capacity radiator, larger water pump, and wider air intake. The introduction of larger Girling disc brakes brought a significant improvement to the car’s stopping performance as well. All of these improvements resulted in a car that is a superior choice for the owner wishing to enjoy all-day touring in a car that is an incredibly easy to drive classic that is well-suited to modern traffic.

The Car: This striking 40,361-mile silver E-Type roadster presents in incredible unrestored condition throughout, right down to its original sharp black leather interior. This car has had just one respray in 1989 and has only driven around 2,000 miles since then. The chrome wire wheels are also factory originals and still in incredible condition. The black vinyl top is the same one it left the factory with and in near-perfect condition. The addition of the rare optional headrests and sun visors add to the appeal that makes series II E-Types the perfect choice for owners who want a truly usable classic car. The period-correct optional chrome rear luggage rack adds to this roadster’s appeal as an elegant long-range tourer. Mechanically, this E-Type runs well and is just as it left the factory with complete matching numbers throughout. This car has just had the carburetors cleaned and rebuilt as well as the fuel tank cleaned to return the car to roadworthiness. True enthusiasts have caught on to the value that these Series II cars represent as much more reliable and comfortable cars for regular usage than the early variants. Don’t miss your opportunity to secure this original E-Type.


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Single Ownership Modern Collectible

Excellent Color Combo for Stealth Operations

Superb Handling and Acceleration

The Model: For Porsche fans, there have been many ultimates in the near 70-year history of the company. But one of the latest, street legal ultimate performance machine has to be the 911 GT3. When tested by Motor Trend the numbers they turned in were downright impressive. 0-to-60 time, 3.1 seconds. Talk about neck-snapping performance. In the quarter mile 11.3 seconds, or just under 123 MPH! It has stopping power too, from 60 MPH to dead-stop in just 98 feet. While this car can hold its own going down a drag strip, it was really designed to make turns at speed, which it does admirably. As veteran test Driver Randy Pobst said. “Could be the best I’ve ever felt in a 911. The rear will let go in the middle of a corner. It’s drifty; it’s alive. It still has a lot of personality. There’s a lot of race car in this street GT3. It is very much, in many ways, a race car for the street.” Since the original GT3 hit the market nearly 18 years ago, Porsche has been constantly working to improve the breed. While this is by far a most impressive machine by today’s standards, it makes you wonder what other ultimates are in Porsche’s future.


The Car: Having traveled less than 4,000 miles from new, this remarkable machine is as close to new as you can hope to achieve. Finished it Jet Black metallic it is complemented with dark gray leather seats bolsters and matching seating surfaces in suede. This isn’t the type of car where you worry about radios or even air-conditioning. With this car you check out those special wheels equipped with the Michelin Cup Tires, 9-inches wide up front and a full foot wide to the rear. Get into the driver’s seat, and listen to the engine purr, knowing that its red-line is a full 9,000 rpm. Take it to the track and give it a spin, fell the G’s pulling on you and the car, yet it stays true to the course and with all of the adaptive control devices you are able to adjust the suspension to your liking. Even the rear deck mounted wing is adjustable. This car has a base price right around $135,000, but with extra equipment, like the Red-Caliber braking units, custom sound system and other amenities, was closer to $150,000 before it was driven off the lot. With all of the gas guzzling •

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2015 Porsche 911-GT3 Coupe Designer: Marco Ujhasi

Estimate: $150,000 - $175,000

Chassis Number: WP0AC2A99FS183500 Decoded: W-Germany; P=Porsche; 0=Sports Car; A=Coupe; C=3.8L inject H6; 2; Driver & Passenger Air bags; A9=911; 9; Check Digit; F=2015; S=Zuffenhausen assembly; 1=GT3; ; 8=911 Coupe-USA Spec.; 3500=Serial Engine: 3.8L DOHC 24V H6 Fuel Injection/475 bhp 7-Speed Twin-Clutch Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 3,910 Miles Actual


ot 16 L The Model: When you get behind the wheel of a ZR1, there’s a real sense of drama to it. Your heart is already pumping a little harder just knowing the awe-inspiring performance numbers it produces: 638 horsepower at 6500 rpm, 603 ft-lbs of torque at 3800 rpm, and a manufacturer claimed 0-60 time of 3.4-seconds to go along with a top speed of 205 mph. Add to that the rumble of the 6.2-liter LS9 V8 once you press the “Start” button and you can’t help but feel like you’re about to experience something special. Power is simply omnipresent, ready and willing to unleash its fury with a blip of the throttle. The Car: Presented here in attractive Velocity Yellow, the finish is dazzling. The Ebony leather interior is highlighted with white stitching, giving a stylish yet competitive look to the vehicle. This ZR-1 is equipped with Bose premium 7 speaker system, satellite radio, heated seats, bluetooth, power seats, and navigation just to name a few. Included is the window sticker and manual With just 8 miles on the odometer, this powerful street legal racer is a significant modern collectable.


2010 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Estimate: $90,000 - $125,000 Chassis Number: 1G1YN2DT0A5800217 Decoded:1=US G=GM 1=Chevrolet YN=ZR1 3ZR 2=Hatchback D=Front/Side Airbags T=LT-5 0=Check Digit A=2010 5=Bowling Green KY 800217=Serial Engine:LS9 6.2 Liter V8 Supercharged 638 HP 6 Speed Manual Transmission

Odometer Reads 008 Actual Miles

Very Collectable Modern Super Car

World Class Performance

0 to 60 mph in 3.4 Seconds


ot 17 L 2008 Ferrari F430 Scuderia Designer: Pininfarina, under the guidance of Frank Stephenson Estimate: $220,000 - $300,000

Track Focused Scuderia Version

F1-Trac traction and stability control

Capable of Matching Enzo Lap Times

Chassis Number: ZFFKW64A580163642 Engine: 4.3 L Ferrari F136 E V8 6-speed ‘F1’ electrohydraulic manual 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Mileage: 4,343 Miles

The Model: By the mid-90s Ferrari was starting to bring their sports cars into the modern era and their track-focused machines were at the brink of supercar status. When the F430 hit the streets in 2004 the sleek new aerodynamic sheet metal hid a completely new engine from Ferrari. The new 4.3 liter V8 was 40 percent larger and only packed on an additional 8 pounds. With heads copied directly from their formula one engines, even a base model F430 stopped the 0-60 timer in under 4 seconds. If you had a laser-like focus on lap times at track days, Ferrari was thinking about you in 2007 when they had Michael schumacher unival the lighter, more powerful Scuderia. They lightened the car by 220 pounds and tweaked the engine for an additional 13 HP power, giving anyone at the controls the necessary machinery to put down Ezo-rivaling lap times.

The Car: Understated with a solemn silhouette, there is little to distract from the clean, smooth Nero finish, with the exception of the red Brembo brakes and the yellow badge adorning the fender. Inside, you don’t need to look at the odometer to tell this is a low-miles supercar. The near perfect red Italian-leather seats, bright yellow tach and black trim send you into sensory overload, like a proper Italian sports car should. Previously only driven enough to stay limber, the V8 outback is ready to scream down the back roads or the local circuit at the hands of the first person who dares to tach it up to its 8500 redline. If you are the kind of guy that would drive an F1 car to dinner if you could, grab this Ferrari and let your significant other join you. 42


ot 18 L 2012 McLaren MP4-12C Coupe Designer: Frank Stephenson Estimate: $135,000 - $165,000 Chassis Number: SBM11AAA1CW001763 Engine: 3,799cc OHV V8 Fuel Injected/592 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

The Model: For Bruce McLaren, winning is in his blood. Part of winning is being on the cutting edge and when he started to build limited production runs of super-cars, he was really sharpening up the cutting-edge. His popular F1 series which ceased produced in the late 1990’s, his newest edition, the MP4-12C, often referred by just the last part of the model name, employed carbon fiber to reduce weight and provide amazing strength. His MonoCell tub weighed in at just 176 pounds and was created by Formax UK Ltd. supplied Bi-Axial and Tri-Axial fabrics crafted by Carbo-Tech in Austria. Group boss Ron Dennis was obsessed with precision and his demand of being ergonomically perfect was seen in the final interior designs. Powering the 12C is the McLaren M383T V8. Using expertise acquired from Menard Competition Technologies this engine redlines at 8500 rpm, but 80% of its torque is delivered as low as 2000 rpm. Today the 12C still reigns as a force to be reckoned with on the track or on the street.

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Stealth Pack and Lightweight Forged Wheels

Pioneering Carbon Fiber Construction

An Impressively Prestigious Super-Car

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The Car: This outstanding edition of the 12C coupe is finished in Ice Silver Elite paint. The interior is strictly functional with over $25,000 factory carbon fiber additional options fitted with gray leather seating surfaces. Maintaining its low silhouette by retaining the unique optioned lightweight forged wheels which are shod with a set of Michelin P-Zero tires, this car is reported to be in excellent like new condition. Our consigner finds it very hard to let this car go, as it delivers a performance in driving that is nearly impossible to equal. Stunning good looks, totally functional in all parameters, and a car that can mistaken for no other, the 12C will not disappoint the new owner, unless they were looking for a family wagon. This McLaren delivers one of most prestigious performance packages in the super-car segment. A no stories 2 owner pampered vehicle sold new in Dallas, Texas for $288,990 offering an outstanding performance value in today’s market.

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1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL “Pagoda” Roadster Designer: Friedrich Geiger

Estimate: $90,000 - $145,000 Chassis No: 11304412020122 Engine:2778cc, OHC -n-line 6-cylinder Bosch Fuel Injection/195 bhp 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 75,900 Miles Showing The Model: When the first “Pagoda” models hit the market in 1963, they were worlds ahead of their predecessor. While cute, the 190SL, which looked like a baby brother to the 300SL, lacked some of the refinements found with the next generation. The first 230SL had more power, a tuned suspension and really was a true sports car in every sense of the word. A couple of years later the 250SL was released and finally the most impressive of all the 280SL. Whether or not it was the aim of this German automaker to target the American market, over half of the 23,885 280SL’s produced ended up in the USA. Given the nickname “Pagoda”, because many felt the removable hardtop had a resemblance of those Japanese structures, they were loved by those who knew fine automobiles. The 280SLs were powerful and properly balanced, agile and so easy to maneuver that almost anyone could pilot one of these roadsters. 280SL owners praised their performance, style, and comfort when they were new, while connoisseurs of the finest automobiles today continue to offer those same accolades on a truly superb design. With production of the Pagoda styled SL’s coming to a halt in 1971, it was the end of a golden era at Daimler-Benz. The Car: In the “Pagoda” Mercedes final incarnation, the 280SL featured more power, a retuned suspension and creature comforts than its predecessors. This example was produced during October 1970 and has been well sorted out. Finished in Snow White it is fitted with comfortable tan leather seats that appear to be nearly new. It is equipped with a matching color removable hardtop and a fresh and snug fitting black soft top. Among the interior appoints is a full assortment of gauges plus a very hard to find Becker Mexico AM-FM-Cassette sound system. This 280SL was recently serviced and it is reported the fuel-injections system, one of the most reliable ever produced, is in excellent working order. Handling is reported to be quite responsive and the sounds from that come from that in-line six are nearly silent. The engine bay is all in order and presents better than when this car was new sitting on the showroom floor. As the value of these 280SL’s continue to rise these are cars should not be hidden away but driven and enjoyed. An outstanding example the last of a breed from Mercedes-Benz, do not overlook this beauty.

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ot 20 L 1936 Rolls Royce Phantom III Sedanca De Ville Designer: Windover Coach, Ltd Estimate: $110,000 - $160,000 Chassis Number: 3AX175 Engine: 7,338cc OHV V12 with Dual-Spark Dual SU Carburetors/165 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Servo Assisted Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 14,780 Miles Showing

Original Coachwork Believed

Rarely trade 12 Cylinder Phantom III

Highly Sought After Body Style

Titled as a 1937

The Model: In 1936, Rolls-Royce released their first V12 with the Phantom III. It would be the only 12-cylinder engine produced by this prestigious automaker until 1998 with the Silver Seraph would arrive. In production up to the beginning of WWII, a total of 727 PIII chassis were produced between 1936 and 1940. However, not all of those chassis were sold prior to the start of the war, with records showing the last unit wasn’t delivered to its owner until 1947! The PIII would be the last model that Sir Henry Royce actually worked on before he passed away at the age of 70. As was the practice in this era, the customer purchased only the chassis from Rolls-Royce, and then contract with a coachbuilder of their own selection for the body. Founded in 1600, Windovers was one Britain’s oldest coachbuilders and when they entered the motorcar generation, they were one of the most popular suppliers of bodies for Rolls-Royce chassis. Their beautiful designs and craftsmanship were truly worthy of being called a Rolls-Royce .

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The Car: For many years this exquisite example of superb design and construction has rested in a private collection. Currently finished in white, this car appears to have been given a cosmetic re-do in the 1970’s. At that time, the front driver’s compartment was done, in what the owner describes as, a new leather, which the rear compartment is also described as retaining its original leather upholstery including the occasional seats. It has been treated to a recent mechanical reawakening and is reported to run out quite well. Capable of maintaining highway speeds when in proper working order, the Phantom III was an impressive machine. Despite its size this stately automobiles measures under 19-feet from bumper-to-bumper. Fitted with factory wire wheels, and the original Lucas headlights plus a trio of driving lights, this PIII features the “One-Shot” lubrication system operated from the driver’s compartment. Another PIII built-in convenience was the built-in jack system located near at each of the four wheels, which this car retains. It is also fitted with dual sidemount spare tires which add to the prestigious profile of this magnificent automobile. If ever a car deserved the term “Classic” it is this Rolls-Royce which deserves to be in a world-class collection.

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Matching Numbers

Designer: Pininfarina

One of 625 Series I Examples Built

Acclaimed Pininfarina Design

Estimate: $320,000 - $385,000

Chassis Number: 5923 Engine; 3,967cc SOHC V12 3x Weber 40 Carburetors/300 bhp 5-­Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 23,245 KM Showing The Model: In January 1964, those attending the Brussels Motor Show in Belgium got to see Ferrari’s replacement for the popular 250 GT 2+2 with the new 330 GT 2+2. Mechanical improvements and aesthetics were noted as was the use of the new more powerful Colombo designed V12. Ideas came from several directions with the canted headlight design attributed to Mike Parkes, a factory test driver. During its run a total of 625 units were produced proving the public loved the ideas behind this sporty 4-place coupe. Pinifarina’s coachwork lent itself well for the purpose of these cars with flowing lines and expert craftsmanship in the build. Also applauded, when new, was the more powerful and efficient engine that boasted a 25% increase over the previous version. Performance, handling and the ability to take friends along, albeit rather cramped in the back, all made for a more practical sporting coupe. The Car: While this prancer was covered in a dark-red finish from the Italian factory, it has been wearing a Ferrari factory shade of Metallic Silver Gray since the late 60s. While that finish falls short of being perfect, it remains presentable with lots of shine left to give. Inside, the Italian leather has aged gracefully, now presenting an irreplicable a lovely patina. The V-12 under the hood is in proper running condition and could easily be driven to the local cars-and-coffee event. A respectable driver’s car, this Ferrari is certain to be a high point in any collection.

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1984 Porsche 928S Coupe Designer: Ernst Fuhrmann Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: WP0JB0921ES860665 Engine: 4.5L OHV V8 (edit) Supercharged/242 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 27,450 Miles

First Rate Touring Coupe

Second Generation of Porsche V8

Low Miles Pampered History

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The Model: With the birth of the 928 Porsche, this rags-to-riches sports car maker entered the world of V8 engine production. While some critics of the day expressed displeasure over the size and bulk of this new Porsche, plenty of dedicated customers lined up to purchase and experience this totally new machine. What they found was a peppy touring coupe, more at home on the wide-open autobahn or a straight shot through the desert than on a twisty-turny road course. When the car was first introduced it had plenty of room for improvement, and when the 928S was introduced in 1983, it brought the car to a whole new level of appreciation. Higher horsepower, retuned suspension, better handling and more creature comforts made the “S” superb. The 928 family of fine Porsches saw 18 years of production, not a bad lifespan for any model. Described at the perfect Grand Tourer, especially in parts of Europe where 120 MPH can be driven at all day long and legally, it will car two adults and a week’s worth of luggage with ease. The Car: If this is the first 928S you will ever climb into the driver’s seat of, you are sure to be taken by the large controls that are at your finger-tips. Lights, air-conditioning, power windows, all at your beck and call. There is even a button for the luggage compartment, and this is available to both the driver and passengers. This example has been enjoyed and used quite a bit, but appears not to have been abused. According to the consignor, the mileage is from new and this is an untouched original example. The factory black paint and black leathers seats are the same as when assembled at Zuffenhausen. This was a factory USA spec car where it was sold new, but has lived a major part of its life in the car of a Porsche aficionado in Mexico, where it was rarely used. One of the few upgrades to this car is the addition of an Alpine sound system with AM-FM radio and a CD player. Fitted with its original slotted alloy wheels, there is probably no way finer to explore the United States than in this double-black beauty.

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ot 23 L 1967 Mercedes Benz 250 SL “California” Designer: Paul Bracq and Béla Barényi Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: 1130431002113 Engine: 2,496 cc Inline Six Cylinder/ 150 HP Bosch Fuel Injection 4-Speed Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes •

Rare California Coupe

Desirable 4-Speed Transmission

Fresh Restoration by Marque Expert

The Model: A one-year production run gives the Mercedes-Benz 250 SL the distinction of being the rarest of the cars known internally as the W 113s, but Pagodas to the rest of us. A replacement for the 230 SL, they featured a new torquey engine that was more reliable because of its improved cooling system. The new nomenclature also saw the addition of the California coupe, aptly named because it lacked a soft top, replacing it with a fold down back seat, limiting their use to climates that were entirely predictable. The “California” models remain some of the best examples today because of their kind environment.


The Car: Treated to a no holds barred restoration, the Silver Grey factory color, applied by an Arizona marque expert, covers the perfectly fitted panels of this iconic Pagoda. All of the chrome and aluminum trim remain near perfect from a complete refresh. Demand for perfection continued into the interior, exemplified by the painstakingly refinished wood dash and correct, complete working instruments. The interior features a superior “stacked” A/C and a Becker radio. Power is supplied by a completely rebuilt engine and the sporty 4-speed transmission. While this pagoda is ready for the shows the consignor admits he can’t help but to take this pleasure around the block every once in awhile. This California coupe is a rare breed and unique enough to add a touch of flare to the most eclectic collection.


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1968 Porsche 911L Designer: Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche Erwin Komenda Estimate: $125,000 - $175,000

1 of Only 449 Single­-Year 911Ls

Unrestored Survivor

Original Fuchs Wheels and Fitted Luggage

Chassis Number: 194671S121024 Engine:1991 CC Air-Cooled Flat­-Six Engine 130 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four­Wheel Disk Brakes with Ventilated Front Rotors Mileage: 27,227 Believed Actual

The Model: Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche sketched the concept of a larger replacement for the legendary 356 in 1959. First shown in 1963, the new 911 chassis developed in parallel with the new 901 engine, an air-cooled flat-­six with a 1,991cc displacement. 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. The 911S of 1966 received the most powerful engine and braking system, but this model was not available in the US market until 1969. The 911L appeared for the 1968 model year only with better comfort and trim levels the base model. The 911L received an upgraded 130 bhp engine and the brake upgrades of the ‘S’ model, making it the top s­ pecification car in the US market for 1968. The combination of upgraded performance and higher overall specification has made the short-­production 911L a rare and sought after Porsche.


The Car: This rare 911 is one of only 449 911Ls produced. More amazing still is that it is an incredibly well-­optioned survivor. It was resprayed in its original white about five years ago but has never been restored. The incredible condition inside and out supports the belief that the low mileage is genuine. It retains its original black and red plaid interior, rare ‘Elephant Hide’ doors and impossible to find Deluxe carpeting. This 911L also has factory fitted luggage and its original Fuchs wheels. All original books and tools are included as are a file of receipts for the paint and recent mechanical overhaul. What a remarkable chance to secure not only a rare 911L but one in this condition with so many desirable options. This is a superb early 911 and incredible investment opportunity. 57 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 25 L 1997 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster VT Designer: Marcello Gandini and Tom Gale Estimate: $260,000 - $335,000 •

First Lamborghini To Surpass 200 MPH

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Just Under 5,800 Original Miles

Chassis Number: ZA9RV37P3VLA12626 Engine: 5.7 Liter all Aluminum quad valve DOHC V12/ 529 HP Multipoint fuel injection, electronic engine control Five speed manual transmission 4-wheel Disc Brakes with ABS Odometer: 5,745 Miles

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The Model: Introduced in January of 1990 in Monte Carlo, the Diablo took the place of the long running Lambo flagship, the Countach. With Chrysler money paying the bills at Lamborghini, the Diablo would receive the American treatment, softening the razor sharp edges that defined the previous line. If you needed just a little more from your Lambo the Italian automaker was happy to oblige. How about a drop-top, all-wheel drive version. As if the fixed top version was not thrilling enough, the Roadster VT became available in 1995. With the added traction and electrically controlled carbon fiber targa top, the Roadster VT was ready to set you back in your seat. The Car: Formed in yellow, this Italian bull’s finish is factory correct. Lacking a contrasting trim the exotic lines speak for themselves. Just under 5,800 miles showing on the clock make this complete-and-correct exotic a showroom example of Lamborghinis first modern supercar. Featuring the finest Italian hides the interior is hand-tooled leather, champagne in hue and nearly perfect in condition. This Diablo comes with all of the creature comforts you can not live without like full climate control, power mirrors and locks and even a tilt wheel. The V12 power plant, the heart of this fierce bull, is well maintained and ready to hit the road. The clutch and transmission shift between the five gears seamlessly moving between the stainless steel gates with hand built precision. With the classic nomenclature closing in on this exotic, now is the time to capture a 59 Diablo for your collection. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1968 Ford Bronco Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number:U15FLD29257 Engine: 170 CI inline 6 Cylinder Odometer: 67,756 Miles Showing

The Model: Long before O.J. and A.C. made the Bronco name infamous in the world’s slowest car chase, Ford introduced the line, in 1966, to compete against Jeep in the compact SUV market. The little Bronco’s 92-inch wheelbase ruled it as a plausible tow vehicle but made it highly maneuverable off-road. The shift-on-the-fly Dana transfer case put power from the upgraded 6-cylinder to the standard locking hubs. Initial sales of the Bronco were strong but waned after more manufacturers joined the segment. After several makeovers, the Bronco era ended with O.J. and A.C. driving the very urban fifth and final incarnation of the Bronco through L.A. while the world watched, the simple lines and utilitarian nature make the little Bronco an American Icon.

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Fresh Restoration

Classic Design

Desirable Color Combination

The Car: The aptly named Peacock Blue paint applied to this SUV is nearly perfect in both application and hue. The bright finish shines like new and contrasts nearly perfectly with the snow white top. With the doors open, you can see the factory color continues into the interior space that is a combination of quality materials and excellent execution. Under the hood, everything is complete, clean, and fresh. Having been treated to a full restoration that intended to restore this Bronco back to factory condition, this 4x4 looks like it’s ready to work, but we all know it’s far too pretty for any real labor. 61 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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Designer: Dr. Ferdinand (Ferry) Porsche Estimate: $95,000 - $125,000

Chassis Number: 91131302414 Decoded: 911-Model Designation; 3=1973; 1=911T Series; 302414-Serial Engine: 2681cc SOHC Air-Cooled H6 3 X Weber Carburetors/210 bhp (est.) 5-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes The Model: Over its nearly 70-year history, Porsche has created a number of iconic cars. Fun and peppy in the early days, by the late 1960’s the factory had really dedicated itself to creating honest racing vehicles. In 1973 the Carrera RS was born and the 911-based vehicle was really took the sport by storm. Taking little time for licking its wounds after the 917 had been legislated out of any competitive events, Porsche focuses on Group 3 and Group 4 production classes with their full-on race car, the RSR. To quality, the factory had to produce 500 cars equipped with the basic 2.7 Liter engine. Thus was born the street-legal Carrera RS. Starting with an over-bored 2.3 Liter engine, a mechanical fuel-injection unit was fitted and the rest is history. Starting with a stock 911 shell, both the front and rear wheel wells were modified to take on larger tires and wheels, plus wider rear quarters and up front a new valance with lower-lip spoiler. The most notable addition was the “ducktail” spoiler which was molded into the rear engine cover.

Odometer: 0095 Showing Believed Since Restoration

Styled to Replicate Iconic Model

Street Legal and Ready to Roll

Employs a Number of Genuine RS Components

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The Car: Today, a genuine Porsche 911 Carrera RS will bring something north of the half-million dollar mark. And at that level, it is a car that can rarely, if ever, be enjoyed on the the highway. The builder of this car wanted to experience the thrill of driving a Porsche RS that could be operated on the street. This RS clone is about as close to the real thing, and it was built to be driven. Under the engine cover is a genuine 2.7 Liter that has been altered to be supplied fuel through a trio of Weber Carburetors. A stock 5-speed transaxle delivers the power to the drive wheels in short order and will make sure the milk stays cold on the way home. With all of the proper body modifications It features genuine Fuchs 15-inch wheels as well as a number of genuine RS components including a Urethane fuel-cell. Interior appointments also are close to the stock edition with full instruments plus safety equipment. California built and used, this car has spent the last decade in the collector of a noted vintage racer, Gordon King, who used it only occasionally for car shows and displays. All of the looks, charm and performance of an RS, in a proper 1973 911 and for a fraction of the cost of a factory built one. Imagine all the “duck-tales� you can tell with this powerful Porsche in your garage.

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ot 28 L 1958 Volkswagen Samba Bus 23 Window Estimate: $120,000 - $165,000

Most Desirable Volkswagen Transporter

Flawless Restoration

Chassis Number: 324116 Engine: T1991cc “flat” H­4 cylinder 1­-barrel Carburetor / 40 bhp (est) 4­-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 0002 Showing

Mechanical Upgrades

The Model: Created on the “back of a napkin”, or so one story goes, is how the Volkswagen Type 2 Transporter came to be. After the end of WWII, one of the first German industries to get up and running from the ruins was Volkswagen. Under the guidance of British engineers, the little Beetles, which had been developed in pre-war Germany as the “People’s Car”, started to populate a car-hungry region of the world. In the late 1940’s Dutch VW dealer/importer Ben Pon visited the factory and fell upon the idea of a Beetle-based utility vehicle. He sketched out his ideas and presented them to the company officials. While it would take a few years for resources to be freed up to create a prototype, the final product reflected most of Pon’s original ideas. Once in production, the VW Transporter was pushed into dozens of jobs from postal work to deliveries, from simple transportation of goods to work in fire brigades as support vehicles, ambulances and often by police as “paddy” wagons useful when taking a large number of lawbreakers to jail. With the new tasks came a program of constant improvements. From 1951 to 1967, while the basic design remained the same, over 600 improvements had been made. One of the most important duties of the VW Type 2 was that of hauling passengers, and hence the “micro-bus” was born. People like to see what is going on around them so VW designers answered that request with more windows, the ultimate number coming to 23, which is the very number of window panes this example presents. Picking up the nickname “Samba” this was the top-ofthe-line. Originally designed for touring the Alps, these highly trimmed models feature belt-line bright molding, sky-view windows along the top of the car, and even corner windows for complete 360-degree viewing.

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The Car: This Volkswagen Samba Bus 23 Window is an exquisite example of a fully restored model from 1958. In 2010, the bus received an extensive nut-and-bolt restoration. The original panels were retained as the body had been rust free and original. The restoration was finished with the sole factory-available color combination for the 23-Window in 1958, Sealing Wax Red and Chocolate Brown. The lustrous exterior is complemented by the immaculate two-tone brown interior. The engine was upgraded to a custom 1,915cc engine which addresses the power issue that afflicts buses of the era. Less than 200 miles have been driven since this restoration. Additional features of this bus are the iconic Safari windows, a 1958-vintage Blaupunkt radio, and period-style cargo rack built to the original Westfalia plans. One of the most sought after vehicles of its time, and one of the most collectible Volkswagens produced, this Samba Bus 23 Window is ready for touring the finest countryside.

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ot 29 L 1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $195,000 - $275,000

Without Reserve

Chassis: 11749 Engine: 320 bhp, 4,390 cc OHC V-12 engine, five-speed manual transmission, four-wheel power brakes Odometer: 1,164 KM Showing

Excellent restoration candidate

Largely complete

Matching Numbers

The Model: The 365 GT 2+2 is a luxurious car with leather seats and electric windows. It was the first Ferrari to be equipped with standard power steering and brakes and the company’s first 2+2 with a self-leveling independent rear suspension. It quickly became the company’s top-selling model with about 800 produced in four years.


The Car: The 4.4-liter single overhead camshaft V-12 engine was fitted with three Weber carburetors and produced 320-horsepower. Cosmetically, the car is an honest driver example. The paint is presentable with expected wear and road blemishes. Likewise, the brightwork is in good condition, as is the window glass. The car sits on correct Cromodora wheels. Original leather upholstery remains in the interior, which shows a lovely patina. The dash wood is nice and presents well, as does the headliner. The engine bay is largely original and correct. 67 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1990 Chevrolet Corvette “ZR-1” Coupe Designer: Dave McLellan Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ23J0L5800239 Engine: LT5 5.7 Liter 4­cam 32V V8 Electronic Fuel Injection / 375 bhp 6­-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

First Year For The ZR-1 Option Package

Pristine Condition 605 Actual Miles

Rarely Seen ZR-1 Color Combination

Mileage: 605 Believed To Be Actual

The Model: During the 1970’s and 1980’s, America’s automobile industry was more concerned about emissions and new safety standards, rather than styling and hi­gh performance. Those valiant engineers and technicians on Chevrolet’s Corvette team didn’t give up though. Lead by Dave McLellan, with help from British sports car maker Lotus, a package was developed and unleashed at the start of the 1990’s. Its option code was its name, the ZR-1. That year all Corvettes had a 5.7 Liter V8 under the hood, but the ZR-1’s engine was a work of mechanical genius so special that GM had to go to Mercury Marine in Stillwater, Oklahoma for its four­-cam, 32­valve monster to be assembled with the skill of masters who had a little more time on their schedule to build these engines the right way. The result; everyone who was anyone in 1990 had to have a ZR-1.

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The Car: When looking at an investment car, its history is paramount, and this ZR-1’s background check has been completed. Shipped new to Abraham Chevrolet in Tampa, Florida, this was one of the first ZR-1s delivered. Not too many people actually got to see the car as it was quickly secured and put away in climate controlled storage. Today it shows just over the 600 mile mark and still features the cardboard floor mats installed at the factory to protect the flooring during transit. With a base price of $31,979 and the ZR-1 option running just $27,016 more (or about 85% of the base price), this car has it all, Solar Glass top, Delco B ­ ose Gold Series AM­/FM­Cassette/CD audio, special handling package as well as that awesome engine and transmission. The new owner will have to decide, continue to preserve it or maybe take it out and do what it was built to do. 69


ot 31 L 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII BJ7 Roadster Designer: Donald Healey Estimate: $75,000 - $90,000 Chassis Number: HBJ7L18025 Decoded: H=Healey; BJ7=Series; L=Europe Market; 18025=Serial Engine: 2912 cc OHV in-line 6-cyl. 2XSU HD8 Carburetors/132 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 138 Showing Believed Since Restoration •

Certificate from British Motor Industry

Ground-up Restoration Completed by Healey Lane

Matching Numbers with Desirable Wire Wheels

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The Model: The first Healey sports roadster was introduced at the 1952 London Motor Show by Donald Healey. Before the show was over, he had changed the name to Austin-Healey at the urging of British Motor Corporation’s Leonard Lord, who wanted a sports car for his new company. A number of record runs and a first in class in the 1954 Sebring 12 Hours earned wide publicity for the little Healey. The so-called 100/6 was transformed into the 3000 in 1959 with a larger 2.9L/124 HP inline-6, a tougher driveline, front disc brakes and an increased wheelbase to answer North American market demands for more cockpit room. Racing and commercial success quickly followed, and in spring of 1961 the 3000 Mark II was introduced in 2-seat BT7 configuration with triple SU carburetors; in January 1962 that gave way to the 2+2 BJ7, and the engine reverted to twin SUs to facilitate easier tuning. The Car: Benefiting from a complete and comprehensive photo documented ground up restoration by marque specialist Healey Lane of California this matching number and certified 3000 MkII is truly a magnificent exhibit. The inviting interior sports new black carpeting, a leather covered dash with rebuilt and recalibrated original gauges fitted with new steering wheel and seats upholstered in Ambla leather with red piping. With its professionally tuned drive-train showing only a few test miles in the odometer this Healey is one to be enjoyed by the most discerning collectors in the open road and likely to be seen in the concours circuit.

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ot 32 L The Car: This car is a faithful recreation of chassis number 1083—once owned and driven by Wilson Fittipaldi. The coachwork of the RCR GT40 is a precise recreation of the original GT40 Mk1—after all, the tooling was cast from an original car. It’s decked-out in period-correct livery with the appropriate vinyl vintage decals, Ford Racing Red and Wimbledon White paint. This reproduction is one of the most published cars of its kind. Built for the track, but street legal. This car comes with an extra set of track wheels (BRM Vintage) and tires (Hoosier). The engine is built with an aluminum 8.7 deck, Ford SVO 302, which produces 630hp (Dyno Tested). The gearbox is the coveted ZF 5-speed just like in the original. It has been completely & professionally rebuilt and all internals have been safety wired. From the driver’s seat, you can adjust the front/rear brake bias on the fly, you can activate the fire suppression system and you can monitor the vital statistics. The 6-point roll cage is unobtrusive and barely visible. Some of the instrument gauges serve two functions—for example, the oil temperature gauge will read the engine oil temp or the transaxle oil temp when you flick the toggle. The speedometer is an extremely accurate 200 mph device! In addition to those gauges, you can also monitor the fuel level for both tanks, the fuel pressure, oil pressure, volts, and water temp all going in and out of the engine.


1966 Ford GT40 Mark I Recreation by RCR Designer: John Wyer Estimate: $135,000 - $165,000 •

RCR Reproduction of the 1969 GT40 MK1

Competition Ready for SVRA and SCCA Races

Air Conditioning

Chassis Number: 6Y87Z152822 Engine: Aluminum Dry-Sump Ford SVO 302 SVO Robert Yates racing heads 5 Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Disc Brakes

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 a 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 hours 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 the Ford GT40 legend lives on today and the tale of triumph continues to inspire as it did decades ago.

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ot 33 L 1958 Aston Martin DB2-4 MkIII Estimate: $275,000 - $325,000

Chassis Number: AM300/3/523 Engine: 350 cid OHV V8 Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor/300 HP (est) 5-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Front Disc and Drum Rear Brakes Odometer: 72,950 Miles

The Model: After the end of WWII, Aston Martin was finding a tough go at getting back into production. Their high-end specialty sports car niche was filled with competitors and selling their pre-war 2-Liter Sport edition found just over a dozen customers. When David Brown entered the picture by buying the company, he brought with him an advanced in-line six-cylinder design that had been purchased from its developer, W. O. Bentley. The DB2 was first shown in 1949, and when two extra occasional seats were added the designation was changed to DB2/4. Sales picked up a bit while constant improvements were incorporated into the model until 1957 when the Mark III was introduced. Going from about 140 units a year to 551 by the end of 1959, this car was a smashing success. This model is often referred to as simply the DB MkIII, it was the final version of the DB2 and the one most people first experienced the marque’s name. Incorporating the now famous radiator grille opening for the first time, the shape of which was repeated with the interior’s dashboard design. Most welcomed was the addition of Girling disc brakes up front while retaining the contemporary drum style brakes to the rear. Of the 462 DB2/4 Mark IIIs produced, a total of just were LHD export editions, making this car quite rare and very desirable. Add to that splendid standard coachwork, and the classic gentleman’s sports coupe was created. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


Well Appointed Restored Condition

Fitted With Modern V8 Engine

Offered with Original and Modern Engine

The Car: This is a most unusual DB2/4. Starting with a solid and rust free California car, it received a total cosmetic restoration several years ago where it was finished in Raven Black and still shows quite nicely. Fine red leather was used for the interior including the occasional seats which can be used with the storage shelf is raised. All bright work such as the bumpers and those stunning wire wheels are in show condition and even the undersides have been finished making car quite presentable from all angles. But the real surprise on this car comes under the hood. A built Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 has been installed backed up by a 5-speed manual transmission. It is fitted with a pair of circa 1968 DZ302 cylinder heads from the Z28 program, and features an Edelbrock performance camshaft was well as an Edelbrock 750CFM Avenger four-barrel carburetor. It produces a harmony of powerful exhaust sounds that bespeak this car’s ability to perform with the original grace and elegance. Knowing the value of original components, the original 2,922cc in-line six for this car was retained and will be sold with the car. From our understand no major alterations were needed on the Aston Martin’s chassis for the V8 install, This would be a splendid car to enjoy today and then if desired, the engine can be restored and reinstalled in the future if so desired. It will be like having the best of both worlds. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 Convertible Designer: William “Bill” Mitchell Estimate: $45,000 - $65,000 •

Proper “L” Code LT1

Desirable Chrome Bumper C3

Built for Performance and Appearance

Chassis Number: 1Z67L2S502299 Engine: 350 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor / 330 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 18,711 Miles Showing

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

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


ot 35 L 1970 Plymouth SuperBird Estimate: $150,000 - $185,000

Chassis Number: RM23UOA165439 Engine: 440ci V8 4- Barrel Caratutor 3-Speed Automatic 727 Torqueflight Transmission

The Model: Like most great things, the Plymouth SuperBird was born out of competition and the one undeniable human condition: the desire to win. In pursuit of NASCAR domination, Plymouth started taking cars to the wind tunnel in the late 1960s, and what their research proved was that a more aero-specialized car would be extremely hard to beat. The exact formula that was used to fit the Bird with its 23-inch high tail feathers isn’t known to this day, but what is known, is that the wind-tunnel data translated to on-track wins. The cutting edge design that lengthened and shaped the front end of the car and added the unmistakable wing to the back was enough to lure Richard Petty back into a Plymouth, but car buyers weren’t initially sold on the awkward appearance of the car as daily drivers. Homologation rules dictated that Mopar build 500 of their race cars in a road-going package and that they be for sale at dealerships. The funny wing and sharp nose, in 1970, were a bit gaudy for most consumers taste and many were left to languish on showroom floors, some dealers even converted them back to regular Roadrunners to get them sold. As is usually the case though, retrospect looks fondly on innovators and winners, and modern car collectors of every bred agree that the winged beast, only produced for one year, have become one of the most collectible and recognizable cars of all time. The Car: This rare bird gives you an overdose of Vitamin C Orange that was laid as part of a quality restoration directed by the two broadcast sheets still with the car. Although the restoration of this car was done some time ago this car remains a quality driver’s car. Inside, the spartan interior reflects the materials of the time and those materials remain in good condition. Fitted with the original, numbers-matching commando 440 CI, this could-have-been track star, is tuned up as if Smokey Yunick himself had done it. Sure to impress going around the square and to increase in value if squirreled away, this Mopar is a must-have for any serious collector.

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1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe Designer: Sir William Lyons Estimate: $105,000 - $155,000

Chassis Number: 680359 Engine: 3442 cc DOHC in-line 6-cylinder 2 X HU6 SU Carburetors/180 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 3,750 Miles Showing

Fully Restored at or Above Factory Specs

First Year of this Sleek Body Style

Offers Enjoyable Sports Car Performance

The Model: Originally planned to be a very limited production run, the first XK120 Roadsters when shown at the Earl’s Court Show received such attention from the media and show goers, including many more orders than the entire planned production run had been, that William Lyons soon switched all the development of his newly designed dual overhead cam six towards the sports car side of the business. Initially only an open two-seat roadster was offered but starting with 1952, a bit cozier cabin was created by the brilliantly styled fixed-head coupe. Sleek and beautifully styled the coupe would see a production run of 2,679, of which 2,484 were prepared in LHD configuration for export, most of those coming to the USA. Like the original XK120, the coupes were also capable of meeting the 120 MPH mark, reportedly the reason Lyons specified that number for the model designation. In 1954, NASCAR held a road-course race in New Jersey which would mark the only time a non-American built won a NASCAR event, the win going to an XK120 coupe.


The Car: The stunning English Silver coupe appears to be absolutely gorgeous in its execution and finish. All of the sheet metal panels line up at or above factory specifications and they appear to be laser-straight. This coupe is fitted with the optional fender spats, or skirts as we say in the USA, plus the stylish and easy to maintain disc wheels. Looking at the interior, the skillfully crafted steering wheel is the main attraction, but the wood finish on the dashboard appears to be as new, with outstanding natural patterns that work to frame the gauges. Seats are upholstered in camel tone leather with matching door panels while the floor covering appears to be of the finest wool available. Under the hood looks immaculate with the engine highly detailed including the alloy cam covers and even the SU carbs looking as new. Our consignor says this is the smoothest running XK120 that he has owned, and there have been a few predecessors in his garage. An outstanding car that has been seeing renewed interest from motoring enthusiasts around the world, the XK120 family was cutting edge when new and is cutting edge in style and grace today.


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2014 Aston Martin Vanquish 2+2 Coupe Designer: Ian Callum Estimate: $140,000 - $165,000

Chassis Number: SCFLDCFP8EGJ01262 Decoded: S=UK; CF=Aston Martin; L=2+2 Airbags and Seat Belts; D=6-Spd Automatic; CF=Vanquich 2+2 Coupe; P=5.9L V12; 8=Check digit; E=2014; G=Gaydon, UK assembly; J=Vanquish 2+2 Coupe; 01262=Serial Engine: 5935cc SOHC V12 Fuel Injected/565 bhp Touchtronic 6-Speed Automatic Transmission W/Overdrive Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Fabulous Color Combination

Always Maintained by Factory Trained Technicians

Thrilling Rides at the Push of a Button

Odometer: 41,800 Miles Actual

The Model: Vanquish has proven to be one of the most successful models ever developed and marketed by Aston Martin. Taking a number of styling touches from the Aston Martin One-77 as well as the production DBS, it was the perfect next step in the evolution of a car favored by Britain’s favorite spy. Weight was dramatically reduced through the extensive use of carbon fiber for the majority of the body’s construction. A totally new chassis, of the 4VH family also features a large use of carbon fiber. Inside the car more color than ever before could be found on the inside of this model using hand stitched leather and alcantara for the seat coverings. Information and entertainment are contained in a center console was a total departure from previous models with high-end electronic switches that control not only the windows, but also stop-start functions as well as shifting the Touchtronic transmission. The trusty V12 was upgraded to produce 565 HP and had a full stainless steel exhaust system that will probably out-last most of the cars. Standard with the four are the ventilated carbon-ceramic disc brakes using six pistons to the font and four to the rear. Special 20” alloy wheels fitted at the factory with Pirelli P-Zero tire allow this luxury sports coupe to roll effortlessly down a modern highway or quaint village lane. 82 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: It will take a couple of minutes to get used to driving your new Vanquish. Starting is accomplished by inserting the sapphire blue glass fob into the centrally located slot, waiting a moment for it to turn red, and then pushing it bring real excitement to your motoring experience. Upon start up the side view mirrors move from their retracted position to where they provide excellent vision to the rear. Across the center of the dash are four glass buttons marked P-R-N-D, and those are the Touchtronic transmission controls. It also features the Sport option for the transmission, a $1,020 extra when new. Out of the center console the Navigation monitor will rise, if you want music the Bang & Olufsen audio system can meet your needs. This example is finished in Centenary Silver which accents in an understated way, the elegance in form and design of this car. But prepare yourself for the bright blue leather interior that awaits when you open the door. This is not a sedate and somber Navy Blue, nor is it a neutralizing blue-gray, this is BLUE! Since this car was delivered new to its first owner we are told it has always been in the care of factory trained service mechanics. Exquisite in every way, this Vanquish is the cream of the crop. 83 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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The Car: Recipient of a well applied older restoration it remains in lovely condition today. The finish only shows minor blemishes, proving this was a gently used car. The brown leatherette interior shows only slight wear whiles sporting its authentic interior components. This 911 is mechanically well sorted and ready to be enjoyed touring and in vintage rallies. As a solid driver or an investment piece, this Porsche brings back a nostalgic feeling for a line of sports cars whose history is just as important as their modern-day achievements. 84 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


Desirable One Year Only External Oil Door Filler

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, Manuals, Tools & Books

Matching Numbers with Service Records

1972 Porsche 911S Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $220,000 - $250,000 Chassis Number: 9112102328 Engine:2,341cc SOHC Flat 6-Cylinder Engine MFI 5-Speed Manual Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 13,450 miles showing

The Model: The original Porsche 911, introduced in the autumn of 1963, was the bringing of a now famous, distinctive and durable design. The Porsche 911 design has been a consistent platform of improvements, studies, and resulting victories on the track. Mechanically, the 911 was notable for being a rear-engined, air-cooled performance-focused car, which also translated into a well-composed streetcar. The 911 series is often cited as being one of the most successful competition cars ever. Between 1972-1973, all models got a new larger 2,341cc ‘2.4’ engine. The 911 came in three model variants, the T model, with the 130 HP 2.4, the E with a 165 HP 2.4, and the S, topping the line, with a 190 HP 2.4. But power was never Porsche strong suit, handling was where the company excelled and in 1972 attention was paid to the details, with modifications like moving the oil tank inboard from its original location behind the right rear wheel. The move transferred the entire weight of the oil sump system to a neutral position, improving the handling of the already rear-heavy car. Porsches focus on the cornering ability of its cars continues today, paying homage to the 911s of the early years.

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1999 Ferrari 550 Maranello 6 Speed Manual Coachwork: Lorenzo Ramciotti at Pininfarina Estimate: $125,000 - $175,000

Engine: 5474 cc DOHC V-12 Cylinder Bosch Motronic Fuel Injection / 485 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Vented Disc Brakes Odometer: 45,275 Actual

The Model: When introduced in 1996 the 550 Maranello was touted to be Ferraris exclusive model. The name itself tells the story, 550 being representative of the 5.5-liter V-12 engine, while Maranello referred to the town where Ferrari headquarters are located, a designation that was certainly endearing to the Ferrari executives. A front-engine car, the 550 was given a 48 valve dual overhead cam, variable length intake, naturally aspirated V12 monster, cranking out 485HP. The fire breathing engine out front was balanced with a six-speed transaxle in the rear, all connected by a tubular steel frame and covered in a lightweight aluminum body. This package Ferrari put together for their most exclusive customers was nothing short of phenomenal. The result was a forgiving GT car that has room for your golf clubs in the trunk. The Car: Sporting Argento Metallic (Silver) protection for this rare aluminum auto, well-maintained throughout its life. The inas the rest. The black leather seats show leather finish. The appointments on the dition. The 6-speed manual transmission to put the almost 500 HP to the wheels. Ferrari had to offer their clients in the late opportunity to get into a quarter million

paint that continues to provide luster and this 17-year-old prancing horse has been terior of the car is just as well maintained light use but still retains its supple Italian inside of this car remain in admirable conand the clutch are working properly, ready This Ferrari is a superb example of what 1990’s and into the 2000’s and is a great dollar vehicle at a much lower entry point. •

Desirable Classic Lines Design

Projected to Follow Strong Appreciation

Acclaimed Front Engine V-12 Ferrari

Tools, Book and Records

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1950 Cisitalia-Abarth 204 A Spyder Sport -Tazio Nuvolari Last Victory Designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi , Coachwork by Carrozzeria Rocco Motto Chassis Number: 04/08 Engine Number: 014-1090 Engine: 1100cc 4-cylinder engine, Dual Carburetor / 80hp 4-speed manual transmission. 4-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Fully Independent Torsion Bar Suspension Aluminum coachbuilt body

Authenticated by its full Abarth Co. Classiche

The last Car Ever Race by Tazio Nuvolari

The first Abarth in Documented Recorder History

One of the last Cisitalia Competitione Cars Produced

Built by Automotive Icons Piero Dusio, Carlo Abarth and Ferdinand Porsche

Awarded the Premio Speciale at the 2012 Mille Miglia as the Most Historicly Important Entry that Year.

Abarth Co. Graded to Highest Degree of Originality Body and Chassis to Tailored Nuvolari Options to Original Matching Numbers Engine

Raced at Targa Florio and the Infamous Final Victory at Palermo-Monte Pellegrino by the Maestro “Flying Mantuan” Tazio Nuvolari

Competed in 18 Grand Prix Races between 1950 to 1958 Including Mille Miglia, Parma, Grand Premio di Napoli and Buenos Aires 1000

Well documented with FIA Passport, FIVA card, Abarth and Cisitalia Certificate of Origin, Period Photography and Nuvolari Driving Video

A Secure Passport to Participate in the Most Prestigious Racing, Touring and Concours Events Around the Globe


The Marque: Cisitalia was founded by the bigger than life vision of Piero Dusio who paid to release Ferdinand Porsche from French Nazi prison to work under Cisitalia to created some of the most iconic and historically important post war European sport cars. With models like the 202 honored in the New York Museum of Modern Art as one of the most beautifully designed automobiles, this 204A, last raced by Tazio Nuvolari, and the 360 Grand Prix project that ultimately bankrupt his company, “Compagnia Industriale Sportiva Italia” Cisitalia made a mark in history as one of the most impressive and historically important Italian automaker despite only having a very short production life. Ferdinand Porsche and Carlo Abarth work under Piero Dusio’s direction until Cisitalia the brand bit too big of a financial apple with the grand 360 Grand Prix project, taking Cisitalia to bankruptcy. Porsche went on to develop one of the most iconic automobile brands on his own and Carlo Abarth received in severance Cisitalia’s production equipment and 3 204A cars. Chassis 04/08 would be the 204A Spyder Corsa that Carlo Abarth bespoke remanufactured to Tazio Nuvolari’s specific competition requirements. .

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This Car: This 1950 Cisitalia-Abarth 204A was raced by Tazio Nuvolari in two Grand Prix competitions in 1950: the Targa Florio and Palermo Monte Pellegrino. Recently, it was Classiche certified with the highest grade of originality by Abarth Co. as the first car registered by Carlo Abarth under Abarth Co. and certifying its serendipitously important history and originality. Created as one of the last cars that Ferdinand Porsche was involved in during his time in Cisitalia before establishing his own company and one of the last cars Cisitalia produced before Piero Dusio closed the legendary Cisitalia factory. Chassis 04/08 is fully documented with Abarth Classiche, FIA Passport, FIVA Card, original documents, extensive period photography, and the LUCE 1950 video showing Nuvolari driving this Cisitalia. With verified certificates of origin, it has documented racing pedigree of legendary magnitude. First raced at the 1950 Targa Florio by Tazio Nuvolari, it was the 1950 Palermo Monte Pellegrino race that would go down in history as the last race that Tazio Nuvolari participated in and won. In the 1950’s, it was raced in 18 major international races including Mille Miglia, Parma, Gran Premio di Napoli, Coppa Gallenga, Trullo d’Oro Bari, and the Buenos Aires 1000. After finishing its Grand Prix racing career, the car continued to be used in racing school training in Argentina until the late 1960’s. Its history is well known and documented since new with known ownership from its first owner in 1950, the newly formed Abarth & Co Factory, then in 1953 it was sold to E. Ferri for competition. In 1954, it was sold to J. Saggese and in 1958 its last competition owner was O. Silich. In the 1960’s it was owned by Asociación Argentina de Automóviles Sport as a traninig car for racing drivers. It was in 1978 that Señor Sergio Lugo purchased the car and became its longest caretaker. In 2009 he began the tedious task of restoration which was headed by marque specialist Jose Maria Pedota in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Restoration was completed in 2011 in time to register the car to participate once again in the 2012 Mille Miglia where it was awarded the Premio Speciale as the most historically significant entry that year. Once in Italy, it was displayed at the Museo Tazio Nuvolari and Museo dell’Automobile di Torino. It made the trip to America for its first time in history in 2013 when it was purchased by Mr. Russell Whiteis of California whom commissioned for the car to get its FIA passport and to be shown at the Quail Motorsports Gathering, Silverstone Classic, and Salon Prive Concours d’Elegance in London. .


The car’s most significant mark in automotive history was without a doubt the fact that it was driven in the last race that the legendary driver Tazio Nuvolari ever participated in and he deservedly won, finalizing one of the most important racing careers the world has ever known. Nuvolari’s racing career started in 1927 and accomplished more than 72 major victories and 150 in record, but it was this 204A Cisitalia-Abarth that successfully took him to his last winning podium in 1950 before “The Flying Mantuan” died in 1953 of natural causes. Nuvolari as one of the most important racing figures in history was respected and admired by all of his peers, including his greatest racing adversary Achille Varzi. At his funeral, none other than Juan Manuel Fangio and Alberto Ascari would help carry the coffin of their late hero Nuvolari. Admired and respected by the greatest in motorsports, these are some of the most memorable quotes about Tazio Nuvolari: “The greatest driver of the past, present or future” - Ferdinand Porsche “At the first bend, I had the clear sensation that we would end up in a ditch; I felt myself stiffen as I waited for the crunch. Instead, we found ourselves on the next straight with the car in a perfect position. I looked at Nuvolari. His rugged face was calm, just as it always was, and certainly not the face of someone who had just escaped a hair-raising spin.” - Enzo Ferrari [On being a passenger with Tazio Nuvolari during pre-race practice] There is no doubt that with such immense pedigree this 1950 Cisitalia-Abarth 204A Spyder Corsa is a secure passport to participate in the most prestigious racing and concours events around the globe. .


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1959 Autobianchi Bianchina Estimate: $35,000 - $50,000 Chassis Number:110B016004 Engine: 499cc rear-mounted 2cylinder engine Air Cooled / Carbureted 18hp Four-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes,

The Car: This is an impressive example of what many consider to be one of the most attractive microcars from Europe. The striking red on white color combination on both the inside and outside is timeless in its appeal. With a complete rotisserie restoration and a clean underside, this car is ready turn heads both in the garage and on the road.

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The Model: In 1899 the Bianchi brand was born in Milan, Italy. The company operated for 56 years building a wide array of products in addition to automobiles, including military vehicles and and a series of Mercedes-powered trucks. Then in 1955, following an alliance with Pirelli and Fiat, the company reorganized with the new brand focusing on a series of Fiat 500 variants. The company name was changed to Autobianchi, and the Bianchina was the first vehicle produced under the new venture.The Bianchina offered the reliable and familiar Fiat 500 mechanical components, but coupled them with luxurious levels of trim. In addition to the luxury, several mechanical upgrades were implemented, notable among which was the lowered suspension making for a sportier ride. And even it was powered by a diminutive two-cyclinder air-cooled engine, the Bianchina performed quite well topping out with a speed of 60 mph and a range of nearly 300 miles, while yielding surprising good fuel economy around 50 mpg.To add to the allure, the first body style produced was the ‘transformabile’, or semi-convertible, that featured a foldable fabric hood and suicide doors. The production was limited to only 10,000 units, and it didn’t take long for the Bianchini to be known as the rich man’s Fiat. Despite the quick success enjoyed by this first Bianchina model, it had a short lifespan which ended in 1962 with the release of the 4-seat saloon.


ot 42 L The Model: Just the year before this wonderful automobile was produced, Cadillac had been awarded the prestigious Dewar Trophy and had become the Standard of the World. Three identical 10 HP Cadillacs had been sent to England, totally disassembled down to every nut and bolt, had the parts scrambled into a big pile, then randomly separated. Then the parts were reassembled into three perfectly running automobiles, proving Cadillac’s precision in engineering was identical in each vehicle produced. While these cars had been of the single-cylinder variety, in 1909, Cadillac upgraded all of their models to a new 4-cylinder design that produced triple the previous season’s 10 HP output. Cadillac touted its degree of tolerance to be within 1/1,000th of an inch. For $1,600 the Cadillac customer received not only excellent coachwork and superb mechanics, but also Delco electrical distributor system and a Magneto, plus dry batteries, a taillight, oils side lamps, Presto-Lite gas headlamps, tire repair kit and tire irons as well as a tool kit, bulb horn, and a lap robe rail.


1909 Cadillac Model 30 Demi-Tonneau Designer: Henry Leland Estimate: $90,000 - $120,000 Chassis Number: 17108

Engine Number: 37706

Engine: 226 cid In-line 4-cylinder 1-barrel Carburetor/30 bhp 3-Speed “Sliding” Manual Transmission Rear Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Mileage: 20,604 Showing

First Year of Cadillac’s Famous Model 30

Well Maintained Older Restoration

Operational and Ready to Tour

The Car: This outstanding example of the Model 30 Demi-Tonneau is finished in Dark Forest Green with Ivory wood spoke wheels. The seats have been finished in black leather crafted into a comfortable and stylish Diamond tufting. It was retained by the original owner for a number of years and in the second owner’s possession for 75 years! Treated to a full restoration several decades ago, it has recently undergone a mechanical freshening at which time the current owner installed an electric starter. As he says, “you can still use the crank, but the starter is safer and much more practical.” Under the hood, the engines individually cast cylinders are jacketed in highly polished copper with proper brass fittings gleaming in the daylight. Brass is a major part of this Cadillac’s presentation with radiator shell, door handles, Gray & Davis headlights, cowl lights, windshield frame, bulb horn taillight and even the hubcaps looking radiant. With the upgrades installed, this Cadillac will be welcomed at most any vintage motoring event and will be able to participate giving the new owner the same confidence that Henry Leland had when he brought this beauty to market. 95 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1994 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Designer: Jerry Palmer Estimate: $35,000 - $55,000 Chassis Number:1G1YZ22J0R5800350 Engine: Aluminum 350 CI DOHC 32 valve V-8 LT-5 Fuel Injection / 405 hp 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Mileage: 10,521 Miles Actual •

1 of 448 ZR1 Corvettes Made in 1994

Very Low Mile Example

Very Attractive Competition Yellow

The Model - With a reputation for pomp and circumstance that dates back to the 1920s, Rolls Royce continued seamlessly as they entered into an era under the tutelage of BMW. The first Phantom under BMW ownership was released in 2003, but as they often do, the public loved the car but demanded a convertThe Model: Chevrolet swung for the fences when they developed the ZR-1. It would be their attempt to dominate the sports car market, and it did take leaps ible. To meet that demand Rolls-Royce unveiled the Phantom drophead coupe at the North American Auto show in detroit in 2007. Based on the Phantom’s and bounds in modernizing their flagship sports car. The C4 ushered in modern suspension, tuned port fuel injection and a more subdued shape with celeplatform, the Drophead coupe did not disappoint housing BMW’s V12 that was sourced for power in the behemoth, slinging from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds, not brated aerodynamics that offered a fresh American Sports Car from the dated lines of the C3. Partnering with the Lotus Group, the Corvette folks developed bad considering it weighs in at 5800 pounds. what would be the heart of the ZR-1, the all-new LT-5. The wildly modern engine design was powerful and reasonably efficient with 16 injectors, which at full Even 405 withHP its German infusion, the remains polite as ever, you an umbrella you open thethe door. Theitsdoors close themselves blast delivered to the 275/40ZR17s onPhantom the 11-inch wheels. In order to even houseoffering those extra meaty tires, when the designers gave ZR-1 mostalso distinguishing a pushthe of acar. button, like having a valetwere at every Phantom has attempted anticipate your everyItneed, and a solution at your feature bywith widening Suspension upgrades also stop. made,The making the ZR-1 handle asto well as it accelerated. should beputting noted that its MSRP pricefingertips. tag say that thethe Phantom is plush be understating thetostateliness graceof the$20,000 Marqueabove has delivered. was nearlyTodouble from base model andwould customers were known have paid and in excess MSRP to get their hands on a ZR-1.

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The Car: Pampered and treated as a collectors piece since new this very rare factory competition yellow ZR-1 is one of only 448 built in 1994 and one of only a hand full in the competition yellow factory color. Documented with copy of window sticker and build sheet. With all of its electronic components working properly and cockpit style interior this is one modern classic that makes each drive a memorable one. With very few owners since new this ZR-1 benefits from a clean history with no previous accidents or no signs of damages. Sporting it’s factory paint job and original interior this now a 23 year old classic looks and performs as good as new. A favorite option of these high tech track ready road cars is the ability to remove the targa top and enjoy the open road as fast as the driver may desire.


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Beautifully Presented Super Car

Authenticated and Documented From New

Matching Numbers with Maintenance Records

The Model: During the 1970’s when most domestic car companies were worried about MPG, Porsche was still concerned with MPH! This led to the development of one of the most potent machines ever built with the engine behind the driver and the road in front. Born out of the 911 program, the 930 Turbo was the fastest way to get from point-A to point-B and still be street legal. While it flew like a rocket, you only needed a driver license, not an FAA issued pilot license. With reported times of 0-to-60 in six seconds flat and top speeds out of the box at 160 MPH, it delivered everything you could want, except for somewhere that didn’t have a speed limit of 55, which was the law of the land. Each 930 Turbo engine was hand-assembled and tested before being placed in the car. Then “break-in” miles were applied at the factory to insure these cars were driver ready upon delivery. Today, nearly every Porsche 930 fan hopes to one day find a coveted showroom poster where these cars were promoted as being able to “Kills Bugs Fast!”.


1977 Porsche 911/930 Turbo Coupe Designer: Dr. Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche Estimate: $175,000 - $225,000 Chassis Number: 9307800638 Decoded: 930=Model; 7=1977; 8=Turbo; 0=Coupe; 0638=Serial Engine: 2993cc SOHC H6 Turbo Charged w/Bosh Fuel Injection/234 HP bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 83,512 Miles

The Car: Finished in German Silver this car promotes its heritage with the wrap-around decal set announcing to the world this is a Turbo 930. One doesn’t need to be shy when driving a Porsche. Fitted with its original black leather seats this car is also equipped with power sunroof, factory air-conditioning and an upgraded audio system. Up front are two fog lights mounted below the bumper and high pressure headlight washers, and at the back of the car a rear-window wiper plus an internally controlled high-output rain light. The original blacked-out Fuchs wheels, 8” to the front 9” to the rear set under the flared wells. Also included with this car are the original books and documents verifying this car’s heritage including the factory issued Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. One has to wonder if singer Elton John was maybe thinking of piloting a Porsche when he released the song “Rocket Man”


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1938 Auto Union Wanderer W25K Roadster Estimate: $55,000 - $70,000 Chassis Number: 180155 - 32039D180135 Engine: 1950 CC In-line 6 cylinder 4-speed Manual transmission

The Model: When four German automakers come together under one roof, there is bound to be innovation through design. So, when Audi, Horch, DKW and Wanderer coalesced to form Auto Union the products rolling off the line were often at the forefront of technology. Winklhofer & Jaenicke built vehicles since the turn of the century under the name Wanderer for its exports and eventually for all of it cars and. The company was constantly developing, starting with its small 4-cylinder engine and eventually had developed a 6-cylinder by the time the company was sold in 1932. While Horch was positioned as the conglomerate’s flagship, it was Audi and Wanderer that were providing the engineering innovation. When the Wanderer W25K made its debut in 1936, it looked like it belonged to the luxury line because of its elegant styling, with its low-slung lines and deep-cut doors, but it had the heart of a racer with its powerful 6-cylinder powerplant conceived by Ferdinand Porsche. Often fitted with a supercharger, it is believed that only about 250 examples of the W25K ever 100 left the factory.


The Car: When the designer gets the lines of an open-top sports car just right, it doesn’t need shiny paint or perfectly aligned panels to draw the attention of those who have a passion for relics. This wanderer did require some imagination, however, when Nascar legend, Ray Evernham found it in pieces. After he and his crew reassembled this rare example of pre-war sports cars, it has become clear that even after years of neglect this wanderer is every bit as exceptional as it was when it left the factory. This W25k is the perfect foundation for a complete restoration. While little is known about the history of this car, and research is ongoing, it is believed that the in-line 6-cylinder present in the engine bay is a non original variant. Much work will need to be done on the inside of the car to bring it back to life but the centerpiece of the interior, the elegant white-faced gauges still reside in the center of the dash. While this ultra-rare German will test the talents of any restorer, this Wanderer isn’t lost, and the finished product will undoubtedly be the highlight of any collection. 101


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Lyn St. James Speed Record Breaking 1989 Ford Thunderbird Designer: Anthony “Tony” Kuchta (Pgm Dir.)

Chassis Number: LSJ1123 (Sold on Bill of Sale) Engine: 377 cid OHV V8 4-barrel carburetor/686 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Co Efficient of Drag (CD) is .22

Estimate: $180,000 - $250,000

Actual Record Setting Car

Competition Build For One Purpose

Totally Original As Driven Condition

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The Model: In the fall of 1988, Ford was ready to release the next generation of one of its star players, the new 1989 Thunderbird Super Coupe. When first released the T-bird had been promoted as a sporting personal car. Over the years that initial concept had morphed into making the model a personal luxury car. That attitude was about to be changed with this new car and it would be a woman at the wheel. Lyn St. James had winning in her blood and in 1981 she secured Ford Motor Company as her main sponsor. In 1988 Ford decided to take the Thunderbird to Talladega International Speedway in Alabama, where she and her team set an amazing 21 National, International, and World records. She also set a National Woman’s Speed Record clocked at 212.577 mph with a top speed of 232.400 mph, besting the old record by over 10 mph that she had set in 1985 in a Ford Mustang Probe. Her achievements were hailed when Sports Illustrated named her one of the Top 100 Female Athletes of the 20th Century, and she was invited to the White House to meet Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton. An accomplished woman and her efforts might have helped keep this basic T-bird platform alive up through the end of the 1997 season.

The Car: This is a one-of-a-kind, purpose race car built by the famous Elliott Racing Team under the direction of Ford Motor Company Special Vehicle Operations in 1988. Under the hood was a specially prepared Ford V8 built by engine builder Ernie Eilliott for the record attempt. The lightweight “Super Coupe” body shell sets on a tubular frame with a full roll cage. It is fitted the original race seat and a five-point safety belt. The car left the track and Ford often used it as a show car, and in 1995 it became the property of Lyn St. James. The car continued to be on display at numerous locations, including the Daytona 500 Experience and The Henry Ford Museum. It is still an operational car and ran the the hillclimb at the 2007 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It would be welcomed and easily displayed at major international events, museums, and concourses celebrating vintage motoring. There is official FIA documentaiton to supoprt the history of the car, as well as photographs and other memorabilia from the hiistoric event. There is also a documentary on DVD of the record attempt. This car is a tribute to a woman who was a pioneer in a field where where speed counts.


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Timeless Styling

Restored, Ready for Show or Go

Full Classic Status by CCCA

Estimate: $ 65,000 - $90,000 Chassis Number: 1704A Engine Number: FB2105 Engine: Lycoming 288 cid L-head V8 1-barrel Carburetor/125 HP bhp 4-Speed Transmission with Pre-Selector, Front Wheel Drive Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Mileage: 50,500 Miles Showing

The Model: Never has a production automobile featured so many trendsetting ideas as did the design Gordon Beuhrig created for the Cords of 1936 and 1937. Let alone the innovative front-wheel drive, or the powerful Lycoming V8 under the hood, its elegance of design was simple, streamlined presenting low and sleek bodies, that were also quite roomy and very comfortable. Bodies were assembled by another of E.L. Cord’s holdings, Central Body located in Connersville, Indiana, with these sedans being one of the first to feature a full metal “turret” top. Had this design been created for a more conventional vehicle it would not have played nearly as well as it did on the Cord. Often referred to as the “Coffin-Nose” design, they were elegantly understated, no massive chrome grille, just a front end design that seemed to wrap the engine compartment before flowing into the elegant passenger cabin.Smooth fenders with headlights showing only when used at night created a seamless vision of beauty. Sadly, it was to be the last hurrah for Cord as the economies of the day just couldn’t produce a demand for such an elegant vehicle.

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The Car: When new both the Beverly and Westchester sedans from Cord came with the same base price of $2,445. Mind you, at this same time a V8 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan would set you back less than one-third the cost of a Cord, so it was a fairly expensive car for the day. This 812 Westchester, with its smooth, flowing fastback-like design exudes the less-is-more concept that Buehrig was after. It was treated to a full restoration about 20 years ago and has been kept in excellent condition by a marque specialist. Fitted with a factory heater, as well as an instrument cluster filled with gauges including a clock and even proper radio, everything it right with this car. Finished in a rich maroon exterior color, the seat match in a color-keyed fine wool broadcloth including the fold-down armrests in for front and rear seat passengers. Under the hood features a fresh look restored to its original appearance including the proper fabric-shrouded ignition wires. One of the few concessions to modernization is the addition of a vintage Yankee turn-signal system. Reportedly, this Beverly sedan starts and runs with ease. Like all Cords, this 812 sedan is considered a “Full Classic� by the CCCA and would be welcomed at any A-C-D event. A great opportunity to own one of the most beautifully styled automobiles ever produced.

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1979 Porsche 911/930 Turbo Coupe Designer: Butzi Porsche

Estimate: $150,00 - $200,000 Chassis Number: 9309800816 Engine:Turbocharged 3.3 liter Flat 6-Cylinder 4-Speed Transmission Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Ventilated Disk Brakes Mileage: 51,952 Miles

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Iconic Turbo Power

Unique and Desirable Color Combination

Optional Sunroof

The Model: Homologation is a funny word, that has given us some of the best road going cars out there. In 1976 the desire to stand on the top of the podium, and the pesky FIA rulebook, finally forced Porsche to build what Americans always wanted: A Porsche that could hold its own down the straights. We wanted POWER. The product of tinkering in the Porsche R&D shop, that began in the 1960s, the 930 had it all with the addition of a turbo to the base 911. It was nimble and had the zip of a turbocharged 3-liter engine. The combination that put out 280-horsepower, has become a bit of an urban legend with tales of unbridled tail-whipping power when the turbo “kicked in.” Perhaps exaggerated, the stories of power and handling were enough to sell the upgraded sports cars until 1989. With power peaking at a still respectable 330-horsepower, the path to Porsche’s modern machines was clear. Thirty-some-odd years later, the Porsche 911 is an all-turbo line, ceasing production of anything that breathes on its own in 2017.

The Car: Shaded with the factory Light Green Metallic hue, this performance standout is an aesthetic pleasure, as well. With just 50-thousand miles under its belt, this time capsule has benefited recently from a respray that brought it back to its full, stunning, glory. Inside the factory appointments remain clean and complete, reflecting the careful use this car was treated to. Well-equipped with those features standard on American-market cars, this example also has the optional electric sunroof. Underneath the iconic whale-tail spoiler, lies the engine that cemented these little German sports car’s place in history. The boosted 3.3 liter in this example is ready for the road or track, as it was recently treated to an extensive service, with all service records available. While this numbers-matching 930, in what many believe to be the most eye-catching and desirable color, is a must-have for any collection, it also begs to be driven. Take it home and you can do both! W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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Ultimate Expression of Technology and Horsepower

Superb Styling, Performance and Handling

Absolutely Perfect Condition in Every Way

The Model: When Ferrari introduced the 458 Italia for 2010, the press declared it to be a new day. While it wasn’t cheap by any means, it was still way under the seven-figure mark and, and its acceptance was legion. In 2014, technology had advanced to the point that Ferrari needed an updated package for this stunning car, thus was born the 458 Speciale. First the engine was given some revisions featuring a new carbon-fiber airbox and intake manifold, the combustion chambers were reworks and new pistons, reshaped intake port and runners, plus higher lift intake and exhaust valves were all combined to raise this engine to a 14:1 compression ratio which ultimately added 37 HP to the base 458’s engine. Ventilation doors that are spring-loaded and placed on either side of the car, open at 105 mph, which redirects the airflow front over the radiator to a maze that eventually send the air under the car that tilts the downforce balance in the direction of the rear axle. This car is wild enough to do over 200 mph, and yet tame enough to be driven in everyday traffic.


2015 Ferrari 450 Speciale Coupe

Chassis Number: ZFF75VFA9F0207560 Decoded: Z=Italy; FF=Ferrari; 75=458 Speciale; V=4.5L V12; F=Air bags and seat belts; A=LHD-North America market; 9=check digit; F=2015; 0=Maranello assembly, 207560=Serial Engine: 4497cc SOHC V12 Fuel Injection/597 bhp 7-Speed Dual-Clutch Getrag Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Designer: Donato Coco-Pininfarina Estimate: $390,000 - $440,000

Odometer: 1,380 Miles Actual

The Car: Appearing in many ways to be brand new, this exquisite example of one of the most potent Ferrari road cars ever built has what it takes. The exterior is finished in Silver metallic with the Speciale’s special center stripe treatment, while the interior is finished with a faux suede. This material isn’t used to cut back on costs as much as it is to lighten the car. Push-buttons mounted on a flange coming out from the center tunnel, all formed with carbon-fiber naturally, that shift the special Getrag 7-speed automatic. The 458 was the first Ferrari street car to not have a fully manual transmission even available. Brakes for this car were supplied from Brembo and again, specifically developed for this model with signature calipers ready to grip those massive carbon fiber rotors. Tests have seen 0-to-60 stopping distances to be right at 90 feet with the standard Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires. The passenger cabin of this car also provides a feeling of security and comfort, even while traveling close this cars limits surpassing the 200MPH mark. One of the best advantages to buying this car is that the initial depreciation has already taken place and the pesky Gas Guzzler fees have already been taken care of. Buckle in, position yourself, then push the button and go for the ride of your life. 109 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1967 Lancia Flavia 1.8 Coupe Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $35,000 - $50,000 •

Rarely seen at Auction in the USA

Refreshed Exterior with Well Maintained Mechanics

Ferrari Looks and Outstanding Performance

Chassis Number: 815430-015329 Engine:1,800cc Horizontally Opposed 4-cylinder Kugelfischer Injection/102 bhp 5-Speed ZF Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Mileage: 75,710 KM

The Model –Lancia’s Flavia program started in 1963 with several different body styles all finely crafted by various Italian coachbuilders. The production Coupe was supplied by Pininfarina and more than one casual observer has noted the marked similarity to these sporty coupes to the Ferrari 250GTE. Lancia’s engineering was a bit unconventional for the time, employing a horizontally opposed four-cylinder arrangement, and as the model continued to progress in the market the displacement continued to rise. When first released these engines were fed the fuel through a twin-throat Solex carburetor, of which many owners switched over to a Weber carb for more reliability. Then in 1965, when the displacement was enlarged to 1800cc, the Kugelfischer fuel injection unit was made available which put these little Lancia’s front-and-center for a number road rally events. Today an original Kugelfischer injection system is a highly prized item for those who collect and cherish superb performance options.

The Car – This Flavia coupe was given a recent exterior respray in its original Platinum finish. Recently brought to the USA, the original interior is still fitted with those luxurious tufted leather seats in red. A quick inspection of the body does not reveal any outward signs of rust or corrosion. Under the hood, you find a well-maintained vehicle which has recently been tuned up and just the right about of patina one might expect for a 50-year-old car. Looking at the odometer it shows under 76,000 KM (about 47,200 miles) and is believed to be from new based on the condition of the car. A full assortment of gauges are found in the dashboard, but we do note that the real wood veneer facing is in need of refinishing. While showing their age the leather seats appear to be serviceable and could be well preserved. Considered by many enthusiasts as being one of the best performing cars that Lancia ever produced, this is a rare and unique opportunity to put something a little different but quite attractive in your collection today.

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HEMI V-8 NASCAR Race Car

Original Unrestored Vintage Racing

Raced by James Hylton


The Model: When Dodge released the charger as their intermediate-sized car in 1966, the car looked fast with its fastback design, but sales were sluggish. Car buyers apparently liked the redesign for 1968 as sales picked up for the second generation of the model. Dodges second redesign for the Charger hit the street in 1971 and featured a beefer design that reverted back to the fastback design. The Car: NASCAR was in it heyday in the late 60’s and early 70’s as the sport’s popularity exploded. One driver to emerge from the era was James Hylton who made his first start in 1964 and didn’t stop racing until he ran his last race in 2011. Race cars from the top series from the era were often passed down and rebuilt until they were no longer competitive at which point they are often left to die. This Charger, piloted by hylton,however, remains just the way it finished its last race. It was taken from the track and put into storage. Nothing has been changed, reworked, recreated or fitted in this time capsule, right down to the driver’s water bottle, still in the car. The NASCAR style Hemi engine under the hood has been tuned up and refreshed, brought back to life by another NASCAR legend, Ray Evernham. This piece of racing history is extremely well documented and was featured in the 1977 movie “Grease Lightning” as well as in an upcoming episode of Evernham’s Show “Americarna”. True historic pieces of racing history are few and far between and this genuine racer will fit right in as part of any top-notch collection.


ot 53 L 1965 Iso Rivolta IR 300 GT Coupe Designer: Giorgetto Giudiaro Estimate: $110,000 - $140,000

Chassis Number: IR360303 Engine: 327 cid OHV V8 by Chevrolet 4-barrel Carburetor/300 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 97,200 KM

Attractive Example of an Italian-American tourer

Matching Numbers Original Drive-Train

Beautifully Designed by Bertone

The Model: Iso had a long-established history of providing automobiles that were needed for a recovering European continent after WWII. They had created one of the most popular micro-cars, the Isetta, which was produced under license to great success by BMW in Germany and several other international car makers. By the early 1960’s, Iso wanted to produce a grand tourer and turned to the talents of Giorgetto Giugiaro who was employed at the time by renowned body suppliers to several Italian marques, Bertone. Aiming for the American market, this four-passenger car would be powered by a Corvette V8 supplied directly from Chevrolet. It was to be a family sports car with a very limited production run. From 1962 to 1969 a very limited 799 copies were produced.

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The Car: Rarely does a Rivolta come to the auction-block in America. This example recently arrived in the USA from Europe where it had been given a comprehensive restoration on what was reported to be a solid and original coupe. Finished in bright red, it brings out the lines Giudiaro developed for this car. The interior was left in its original state, fitted with black pleated leather seating surfaces. The dashboard is equipped with a full set of gauges including a full size speedometer in kilos, plus a tachometer, both emblazoned with the Iso Rivolta name. It is fitted with a set of Borani knock-off chrome wire wheels fitted with fresh rubber and has been given a recent tune-up. With the all-synchro Borg-Warner 4-speed transmission, this coupe has the potential to really turn head and make other driver’s envious when they hear that Chevrolet small-block winding out. All of the lure of a Ferrari, and the power and reliability of a Corvette, there is little more one could ask for in a fine Italian sports coupe.

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Designer: Mark Fetherston

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2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS/AMG Gullwing Coupe

The Model: One of the most important cars ever produced by Mercedes-Benz was the 300SL Gullwing Coupe built between 1954 and 1957. As awesome as they were in design, in reality there were lacking in a number of creature comforts. When the SLS-AMG Gullwing hit the market, neither the driver nor the passenger had any unfulfilled wants or needs. It was simply the best grand touring sports coupe ever produced. SLS represents Sport Light Super, which translates into the best of modern technology and old-world craftsmanship. No long lines of robots mindlessly putting cars together, these are hands-on machines, one where the final product receives several signatures from the skilled artisans who put them together. Signed like a work of art.

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Estimate: $210,000 - $265,000


Chassis Number: WDDRJ7HA9BA004612 Engine: AMG 6.3L V8 563hp 6208 cc DOHC V8 Electronic Fuel Injection 7-Speed “Dual-Clutch” Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 00596 Actual Miles

Modern Revival to Iconic Gullwing

7 Speed “Dual-Clutch” Transmission

Desirable Classic Color Combination

The Car: Complete with two keys, books and three service receipts, original window sticker and build sheet along with a battery tender. Finished in the exciting color combination of AMG Imola Grey with Designo Light Brown Leather interior, this is the ultimate in what a car should be. All of the modern amenities are here, premium sound system, environmental controls, navigation and full instrumentation. This example has been driven gingerly, but awaits your turn at the controls. The stock wheels and tires show minimal wear. The last new SLS left the Stuttgart line in 2014, and like the original Gullwings, this one is already a classic.

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1912 Rambler Cross Country Touring Car Designer: Thomas Jeffrey Estimate: $80,000 - $100,000

Chassis Number: 30374 Engine: 283 cid L-head in-line 4-cylinder 1-barrel Carburetor/38 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Rear Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Odometer: 10,165 Miles Showing •

Dependable Horseless Carriage Touring Car

Up-graded Electrics for Driving Pleasure

Well Appointed with Period Accessories

The Model: Climbing up family trees can be fun and interesting, especially when tracing the roots of a vintage automobile. One of America’s most successful pioneer automakers was Thomas Jeffrey, who unlike many others in these early days of motoring, did not apply his name to the horseless carriages he was producing. His claim to fame was the Rambler, first applied to a line of fine bicycles starting in 1897, and then to a line of early automobiles that won praise by customers and the press alike, starting in 1900. Rambler continued to develop and improve upon their designs. Thomas Jeffrey may have been the founder, but he had a lot of encouragement and contributions from his very talented son Charles. When the senior Jeffrey died in 1910, his son took over the operations and continue to build on the solid foundation. When the improved 1912 models were released, they presented all the latest in automotive technology for the day. Thanks to the creative genius of Ned Jordan, the new Ramblers had names that invoked visions of speed and durability, hence the moniker Cross-Country was applied to these handsome touring cars. WW W W. W. M MO OT TO OS ST TA AL LG G II A A .. C CO OM M W


The Car: This outstanding example of the Rambler Cross-Country is ready to tour wherever you want to travel. Restored a number of years ago this car has been well maintained and has been equipped to make it compatible with modern traffic needs such as turn signals and a working brake light for safety and an electric self-starter. All wiring concealed so as not disturb the visual impact of this stately car. Finished in a rich Burgundy, the top has been skillfully recreated as the original, including the four-pane windows to the rear. A special touch is the top’s inner liner done in red, which accents the black leather diamond tufted seats. It is equipped with Solar model 1132 cowl lamps and a Prest-O-Lite gas headlamp system. Other motoring accessories include a period Stewart-Warner combination speedometer/odometer and a rim-wound Phenney-Walker dash-mounted clock. The consignor of this special Rambler has enjoyed putting on a number of trouble-free miles with this vehicle and reports it is road-ready, able to take part in the upcoming touring season in grand style. WW W W. W. M MO OT TO OS ST TA AL LG G II A A .. C CO OM M W


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1958 Maserati 450S Evocation Roadster Designer: Valerio Colotti Estimate: $275,000 - $350,000 Chassis Number: SRA15096AW Engine: 4478cc DOHC V8 4 X Weber 45 IDM Carburetors/400 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Faithful Recreation of a Legend

Original Maserati Power Plant

Hand-Formed Alloy Body

Created to FIA Standards


The Model: In 1956, Maserati announced to new big engines, a 3.5 Liter in-line six and a revolutionary 4.5 Liter V8. Taking a starring role in the world of racing was the very limited production 450S. It attracted names like Behra, Moss and Fangio, who all took turns behind the wheel of these impressive vehicles. Even an American legend, Carroll Shelby drove a 450S, a car that he affectionately nicknamed “Big Hawg”. Compared to most of the post-war racing machines produced by Maserati, which were in the 1.5 to 3.0 Liter range, these were massive cars. Maserati produced just nine of these cars and each one carried unique features that set them apart from the others. Unfortunately, being competition vehicles several of them suffered major damage and were either scrapped or destroyed. It is felt among experts that is one of these cars were to come to the market today, it would be valued at between six to eight million dollars, and those numbers are probably on the conservative side. The Car: We are proud to present an absolute beautifully built automobile. As the owner has told us, “This superb Maserati recreation is true to the original and has been built to a very high standard, remaining true to the original drawings of the Maserati 450s. Registered as a 1958 Maserati Historic Vehicle with a V5C document confirming this. The car is built on a tubular space frame, panelled in 3003 aluminium and finished in aircraft grade enamel paint the engine is. 4933(cc) Maserati quadcam V8 with four downdraft twin choke 45 DCNF carburetors, all this is mated to a four-speed transaxle gearbox. This car offers power, noise and speed in abundance. An exquisite car and beautifully presented.” Keeping true to the original design and concept of this car, about the only major upgrade has employing a four-wheel disc brake system. Finished Italian Race Red, the driver’s cockpit is all business. Attention to detail was applied with the wrap-around Plexiglass windscreen, high mounted racing mirrors and an absolute minimum of creature comforts. The custom exhaust system is routed through stainless steel tubing and ported to body-side pipes. Chrome wire wheels with knock-off hubs set off the visual impact of this tribute to one of the greatest racing machines ever created. This car will provide all the thrills, power and excitement of a real 450S, but at a fraction of their values.


ot 59 L 1933 Cadillac Model 370C Town Coupe V-12 Designer: Harley Earl

Estimate: $50,000 - $75,000 Chassis Number: 4000505 Engine: 368 cid OHV V12 2x2 Barrel Down-draught Carburetors / 135 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Vacuum-Boosted Four Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Odometer: 64,989 Actual Miles

Unmolested Barn-Find of Desirable 2dr Body Style

Historically Preserved Car

Acclaimed Classic V12 Engine

The Model: In 1930, Cadillac made headlines around the world when they introduced the mighty V16. Unfortunately, it was a stellar car introduced at the on-set on one of the worst financial crises in history resulting in a lack of sales. Undaunted, a few months later, Cadillac’s Chief Engineer Ernest Seaholm, announced another new break-through, the Model 370 V12 series. Effectively it was the same basic engine as the V16, with four fewer cylinders. By 1933, V16 production had slowed to only confirmed orders while the V12 was finding some marketing success even though just 952 units were produced that year. Among the exclusive body styles offered on the V12 chassis was the Town Coupe which could comfortably accommodate 4-passengers, or 5 if needed, and presented a smart and appealing design.


The Car - It last changed hands in the late 1960’s while our consignor was residing in Wisconsin. It was a fully operational vehicle and he and his wife showed the car at several events including meetings of the Cadillac-LaSalle Club. Several reasons including health necessitated a move to Texas, so the Town Coupe was moved to its new spread where it was placed in a barn to curate for over four decades. Finished in Classic Blue, the lines on this car are remarkable and it retains all of its original running gear. The interior appears to be mostly original with gray-stripe broadcloth fabric covering the seats and side panels, while the original headliner remains in place. While it lived in a somewhat protected environment, there are still expected signs of aging on this 82-year-old classic. The motor has been started since being extracted from the Barn and vehicle was recently driven a very short distance. It is offered as running barn-find which will still need further attention to make it road worthy. This is a very unique opportunity to acquire a diamond in the rough, equipped of course with the legendary Cadillac 12 cylinder power plant. 123


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1980 Ferrari 308 GTBi Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $80,000 - $95,000

The Model: Ferrari’s new 308 had the difficult task of replacing the popular 246 Dino in Maranello’s lineup. When the new car was first spotted during initial testing, rumors flew about the new Dino. The new car was very different, however. Rather than use Bertone who had designed the angular 308 Dino GT4, Ferrari engaged Pininfarina design legend, Leonardo Fioravanti, to pen what has become one of Ferrari’s most iconic shapes. The gorgeous design was an instant hit at the 1975 Paris Motor Show. The first two years of 308 GTB production wore fiberglass body shells while later cars were clad in all­-steel bodies. Underneath, a sophisticated four­cam 90-­degree V­8 provided the power accompanied by an impressive soundtrack. While not delivering blistering performance by modern standards, the new 308 was a breath of fresh air as the Malaise­era drew to a close. Today, the V­8 Ferrari market continues to grow as enthusiasts and collectors recognize the 308 GTB as one of Ferrari’s greats.

Chassis Number: ZFFAA01A3B0034883 Engine: 2.9L Four Cam, 16 Valve, 211 bhp V­8 Bosch K-­Jetronic Fuel Injection Marelli Digiplex Electronic Ignition Five­-Speed Manual Transmission Four­Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes

The Car: In 1980 Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection was added on the 308 GTBi. This 308 GTBi is presented in brilliant show­-winning condition. From the lustrous Rosso paint to the black leather interior, this car impresses. The wheels and tires absolutely set this car apart. It is fully serviced and ready to go for the next owner. The V­8 Ferrari market continues to grow as collectors recognize the excellence and beauty of the design. This is an outstanding opportunity to secure a top­flight example of Maranello’s most iconic V­8.

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ot 61 L 1954 Kaiser Darrin KD161 “Pocket Door” Roadster

Kaiser’s Most Dramatic Production Model

Designer: Howard “Dutch” Darrin

Unique Fiberglass Construction

Estimate: $90,000 - $120,000

Beautiful Restoration

Chassis Number: 161001253 Engine; 161 cid L-head in-line 6-cylinder engine 2-barrel Carburetor/90 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 56,615 Miles Showing The Model: The writing was pretty much on the wall in the summer of 1953, and Kaiser, which had been born in 1947, was gasping for air. Howard “Dutch” Darrin, who had been instrumental in the styling of Kaiser, came up with an idea that seemed to fly. Using the chassis and running gear of the discontinued Henry J Corsair, he would create a limited production fiberglass roadster. With the designs wrapped up, it didn’t take long for a company already experienced in the art of crafting car bodies in fiberglass. Glasspar located in Santa Ana, California had found moderate success by selling their own roadster bodied kit cars that were designed for Ford chassis. This company had more experience with this new lightweight, yet sturdy material and the bodies produced were considered to have better fit and finish that the first year of the Corvette roadster. With conventional drive, chassis and suspension, the KD161 most unique feature had to be the pocket-door design where both doors slid effortlessly into the front fenders. This would turn out to be the last hurrah for Kaiser with the marque disappearing just a few weeks after the 1955 full-size sedans had gone into production. The Car: According to the consignor, this is an ultra-rare example of a very rare model. Finished in its original Radiant Red, the interior is finished with comfortable and form fitted leather surfaces done in an original hue of Ivory, while a recently installed folding top has been done in white. Reported this car is a black to drive, with the little in-line six producing plenty of power to propel this sporty roadster down the road. Imagine the admiring looks you will get when you arrive at a social function behind the wheel of this unique and quite attractive looking sports car and the amazement people will express as you “slide” open the doors. Glasspar was a leader in the fiberglass world when “Dutch” Darrin came to them with this project. With a limited production of 430 units, owning one of these cars when they were new was an honor. Few of these cars have survived and this example is among one of the best examples we have seen for quite some time. Never too early for a Spring-time ride, buy you lady this Kaiser and surprise her! 126 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Designer: Wayne Kady Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000 Without Reserve

Trend Setting Styling In Its Day

Last of the Big Cadillac Convertibles

Remarkably Well-Preserved Example

Chassis Number: 6L67S6Q122840 Decoded: 6=Cadillac; L=Eldorado; 67=2-dr convertible; S=500 cid V8; 6=1976; Q=Detroit, MI assembly, 122840=Unit Sequence Engine: 500 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/210 bhp 4-Speed Hydramatic Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 20,897 Miles Actual

The Model: It seemed that the world had turned against convertibles just as America was getting ready to celebrate its 200th birthday. At the beginning of the 1976 season, it was announced that would be the end full-size, factory designed and built convertibles. Chrysler had built its last open car in 1971, Ford followed two years later in 1973. All of the other GM brands, including the sporty Chevrolet Corvette, had seen their last convertibles in 1975. Only Cadillac remained and its production. Once this announcement was made, the orders started to fly into Detroit like crazy. It was decided that Eldorado production would be limited to 14,000 units, which it was. However, this was a major boost in sales compared to the 8,950 produced for 1975! These cars were big, powerful and loaded with all the whistles and bells, or should we say “chimes” as this is a Cadillac. Despite major concerns about fuel economy, those who had the money still wanted luxury and these cars were still the most exciting ride available. With an average delivered price of around $13,000, they were not cheap, but then nothing with the quality of Cadillac is ever cheap. 128


The Car: Taken care of from day one, this Galloway Green Eldorado Convertible is the epitome of mid-1970’s culture. As with all of these glorious land yachts of the mid-1970’s it is loaded with features that were either extra-cost on lesser models or not available at all. Power assisted steering and brakes is a must, as are the power windows, front driver’s seat, radio antenna and of course the convertible top which stows completely away when lowered and concealed under the hard-shell parade boot. These cars presented a handsome profile with the top up or down and the color combination on this example displaying pure white leather seating surfaces with color coordinated green accents look to be as new as one could expect from a 40-year old vehicle. This example is a very well preserved original car and the front fender and quarter panel extension are original to the car and appear to be in excellent condition. Other amenities include cruise control as well as climate control with heating and air conditioning and of course a Delco AM-FM radio. Under the hood has not been altered in any way from when it left the Detroit assembly line, with the exception of fresh filters and a new battery. A time capsule that represented the end of an era at Cadillac, this is one car that can be shown and displayed with pride.


ot 63 L 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 BN7 Roadster Designer: Donald Healey Estimate: $60,000 - $75,000 Chassis Number: HBN7L10004 Decoded: H=Healey; BN7=3000 Roadster; L-Left Hand Drive; 10004=Serial Engine: 2912cc OHV inline 6-cylinder 3 X HS4 SU Carburetors/137 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Front Disc and Drum Rear Brakes

Early Production 3000 Series

Factory Triple-Carburetor BN7

Built for Performance

Odometer: 24,400 Miles Showing

The Model: When Donald Healey created his first sports car it didn’t take long for privateers to enter variations of his machines into a wide range of competitive events. By the time the 3000 series was introduced in 1959, Austin-Healey’s were already legendary around the world. While some complaints were filed early-on about the difficulty of the triple-carburetion set-up of the BN7, a properly trained mechanic can make this combination work together to produce a most exhilarating ride. The BN7 roadster would be produced up through the 1962 model year and would be the last of a true open two-seat roadster from Austin-Healey. Keeping things simple and staying to a basic plan of producing a reliable and fun machine helped produce a long line of satisfied customers. This enthusiasm for the marque has continued through-out the years and in the world of vintage racing, we have never attended an event where there wasn’t a dedicated contingency of Austin-Healey fans, and the BN7 continues to be a most sought-after model.


The Car: Our consignor told us this car was built to perform and deliver by a private individual who obsessed over making this car every bit the performance vehicle it could be. Up front the stock bumper had been replaced by a pair of Lucas driving lights, and to help keep the hood closed at speed, a leather belt has been added. Plexiglas wind-wings have been added to deflect the win, and the seats are finished in beige leather. It is equipped with a tan folding top along with a very hard to find removable hardtop, plus pop-in windscreens. The up-graded sport-wheels provide a platform for a set of modern radial tires that grip the road and allow for excellent control on the road. With the exception of those all-important gauges on the dashboard, the only other controls are for the heater-defroster to help keep the occupants warm on a cool morning run. Reported to be in excellent condition, the consignor did tell us that the removable hardtop would benefit from a restoration. Sporty and exhilarating, this Austin-Healey presents a perfect opportunity to acquire a car that will be welcomed on the road or at a vintage race or rally event.

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ot 64 L 2012 Ferrari F458 Spider Estimate: $225,000 - $265,000 Chassis Number: ZFF68NHA3C0188774 Engine: 4.5 liter Mid-mounted V8 Dual-clutch 7-speed Getrag Transmission 4-Wheel Carbon Ceramic Disc Brakes Odometer: 9615 Miles Actual

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Pampered with Low Original Miles

Classic Ferrari Colors

World Class Super Car Performance


The Model: When Ferrari replaced what was a well-liked car, the F430, they started from scratch,debuting the F458 at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. The new car featured sleek, modern lines and was powered by a direct-injection V8, a first for the company’s mid-engined cars. While some balked at the lack of a manual transmission, the car’s performance was undeniable. Every once in awhile, a car company makes something that is truly special, and even less frequently they continue to make it better. When Ferrari replaced the F430 with the F458, anyone who was lucky enough to get behind the wheel of one was pretty sure that Ferrari had created an almost perfect car. But then 2011 rolled around and Ferrari upped the ante. They added a button you could push to make the car do a little dance that’s end result was a topless version of the car you started with. Often, the “real car guys” won’t take a second look at the convertible version of a sports car, saying they weigh more and don’t handle as well. Well, Ferarri shhhed those nay-sayers with the F458 Spider. All of the reinforcements and mechanical gadgetry that make the top tuck away neatly behind the driver only add 100 pounds to the 570 hp car. So how much did it affect the zero to 60 time? It didn’t, both the hardtop and soft top versions blast to 60 MPH in 2.9 seconds. The Car:The Rosso Corsa paint laid at the Maranello factory remains nearly perfect on this drop-top Ferrari, contrasted nicely by giant yellow brake calipers. Inside, you’ll find a virtually unused space that vaguely resembles the cockpit of a fighter jet, if you covered it in fine Italian-leather and Alcantara. With just under 10 thousand miles this Italian is ready to stretch its legs and run. Wise speculators and drivers who demand more from a Sunday cruise will be raising their hands for this supercar; let everyone know that you are one or the other by raising yours

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1934 Ford Deluxe Coupe Model 40 Estimate: $60,000 - $75,000

Chassis Number: 18651736 Engine: 85 HP, 221ci L head V-8 3-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Mechanical Brakes


Desirable Rumble Seat Steel Body

Acclaimed Suicide Doors

Highest Quality Built

The Model: When Ford’s Model 18 hit the streets in 1932, long before they gained popularity among hot-rodders, they were notable for being the first mass-produced car with a V8. The now iconic “Flathead Ford” engine started in 1932 with 65 HP but due to advances in carburation and ignition the little V8s were pumping out 85 HP by 1934. The Ford V8 platform became popular with hot-rodders and over the years has become an American icon. As Iconic as the cars themselves are the people that built the cars that defined the genre. “Wasted” Willy Glass is one of those characters. His mastery of the flathead Ford let him build big HP cars that would rival anything on the road. He even set a land-speed record at over 200 MPH; an impressive feat after your 70th birthday.

The Car: This very subtle hotrod was Willy Glass personal car, and it shows. A find of epic proportions, this classic look hot rod remains just the way glass built it. While the paint has aged, it remains full of life and will serve this time capsule well. It’s under the hood that you will find Glass’ fingerprints. The 231Ci flathead V8 was fitted by Glass, in the heart of the hotrod era, with a set of Edmunds heads and intake manifold that he topped with a set of Stromberg carburetors. The passenger compartment of this Ford is comprised of quality, well-cared for materials that suit it well. Given a mechanical refresh, this rod is tuned up and ready to hit the road. While its provenance makes it a top-notch collector its perfectly composed nature will make it almost impossible to keep off the road.

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1993 Ferrari 348 TS Serie Speciale Coachwork: Pininfarina Estimate: $ 85,000 - $155,000

Chassis Number: ZFFRG36AXP0095991 Engine: 3.4 Liter, Quad-Cam, 32-Valve V8 Bosch Fuel Injection / 315 hp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Ventilated Power ABS Disk Brakes

Ultra-Rare Special Edition - 1 of 65 Built

Numerous High-Performance Over Standard 348s

Recent Major Service Including Cam Belt Change

Odometer: 23,895 Actual The Model - When it came time for Ferrari to replace the iconic 328, Pininfarina set to work capturing the design cues of the 12 cylinder models to ensure the new 348 was unmistakable as a Ferrari. The sensational side strakes of the Testarossa transformed the lines of the new 348 when it was unveiled in 1989. Mechanically, Ferrari now mounted the quad-cam V8 longitudinally for a much lower center of gravity and placed the transmission in a transverse position. In its original form, the 348 produced 300 hp. In 1993 and 1994 Ferrari built just 100 examples of this special high-performance version of its 348 model, the “Serie Speciale”. This super 348 had power output increased to 315 bhp, revised gearing for quicker acceleration, improved rear suspension geometry with a 50mm wider track and a special ‘Challenge’ style splitter front spoiler. The rare Serie Speciale cars are also quite distinct in appearance from ordinary 348s with unique front grill, tail lights and body-colored spoiler, bumpers, rocker covers and engine lid, as well as unique leather, covered door panels and Serie Speciale badging, none of which is shared with regular 348s. Of the 100 high-performance Serie Speciale models produced, just 65 were convertible Targa models. The Car – This incredible 348 ts Serie Speciale is one of only 65 open cars produced and it is believed to be one of just 6 examples produced in the triple black color scheme. Absolutely beautiful in every respect, this ultra-rare high-performance Ferrari is road ready and incredibly well maintained. A full engine-out major service including cam belt change was performed in 2016 by Ferrari specialist North Coast Exotics with parts provided by Allferrariparts.com. With just under 24,000 original miles, this 348 is a standout even among Serie Speciale survivors. The unmarked black leather seating and door panels found only in the Serie Speciale cars fills the cockpit, showcasing the low mileage. This matching numbers car retains original books, tools, and factory paint markings as well as correct hardware and decals making it a prime candidate for concours competition. It is extremely rare to see one of these limited edition high-performance Ferrari models offered for sale. Don’t miss this unique opportunity.


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ot 68 L The Model: Without a doubt, Gordon Beuhrig’s fabulous design for the 1936-37 Cords was an instant classic. It was a total departure from everything else on the road with it “coffin-nose” design, concealed headlamps and at the owner’s request, those exhaust tubes coming out of the side of the engine compartment. Two different styles of open cars were offered in this line-up, a convertible coupe and for full five-passenger comfort, the convertible Phaeton. This model was really closer related to a Victoria style convertible as the rear windows could be removed and with the top up, a certain aura of privacy was given. While Cord’s were assembled at the company headquarters in Auburn, Indiana, the bodies were produced down the road in Connersville by another company owned by E. L. Cord, Central Body. Their ability to replicate Buehrig’s design was flawless, and yet the customer could still make custom requests that Central could fulfill.


1937 Cord 812 Convertible Phaeton Designer: Gordon Beuhrig Estimate: $165,000 - $200,000

Chassis Number: 1553H Engine Number: FB1997 (Car is titled by engine number) Engine: Lycoming 288 cid L-head V8 2-barrel Stromberg Carburetor/125 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission with Pre-Selector Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 21,935 Miles

Upgraded Front-Drive System

Beautiful Styling in Excellent Color Combo

“Full Classic” Status by CCCA

The Car: This beautiful example has been given a full restoration with a couple of operation updates to improve its reliability and performance. One of the weak spots in the original 810/812 design were the front axle drive u-joints. A few years ago this car received the Richardson System, which uses cv-joints similar in design to the reliable Oldsmobile Toronados. Aside from that this beautiful Cord is presented in totally stock condition including that Lycoming V8 engine and the pre-selector transmission set-up. Finished in Black which is deep and reflective, complimented by sumptuous Burgundy leather seats and a tan canvas folding top. The instrument panel has a turned finish and a full assortment of gauges plus an original radio and heater-defroster. This outstanding example has recently come out of a museum style storage and is reported to be in excellent operational condition. Considered a “Full Classic” by the CCCA, it would be welcomed at any of their events and most welcomed in Auburn, Indiana, the car’s home town, on any Labor Day weekend. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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ot 69 L 1994 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Designer: Jerry Palmer

1 of 448 ZR1 Corvettes Made in 1994

Less Than 21,000 Original Miles

Copy of Window Sticker and Build Sheet

Estimate: $30,000 - $55,000

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ22J0R5800171 Engine: Aluminum 350 CI DOHC 32 valve V-8 LT-5 Fuel Injection / 405 hp 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 20,720 Miles Actual The Model: Chevrolet swung for the fences when they developed the ZR-1. It would be their attempt to dominate the sports car market, and it did take leaps and bounds in modernizing their flagship sports car. The C4 ushered in modern suspension, tuned port fuel injection and a more subdued shape with celebrated aerodynamics that offered a fresh American Sports Car from the dated lines of the C3. Partnering with the Lotus Group, the Corvette folks developed what would be the heart of the ZR-1, the all-new LT-5. The wildly modern engine design was powerful and reasonably efficient with 16 injectors, which at full blast delivered 405 HP to the 275/40ZR17s on the 11-inch wheels. In order to house those extra meaty tires, the designers gave the ZR-1 its most distinguishing feature by widening the car. Suspension upgrades were also made, making the ZR-1 handle as well as it accelerated. It should be noted that its MSRP price tag was nearly double from the base model and customers were known to have paid in excess of $20,000 above MSRP to get their hands on a ZR-1.

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The Car: Documented and well cared for since brand new this limited production ZR-1 sports the original classic color combination of the “little red corvette�. ZR-1s are in fact bigger as they were factory built for the track with massive rear tires and factory wider suspension stand making the car inches wider overall than its standard C4 counterpart. As a very low mile factory original car there is not much we can describe about its condition other than the fact that it truly is like a new 23 year old car.


ot 70 L 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish Designer: Ian Callum Estimate: $85,000 - $115,000 •

Just Over 6,000 Original Miles

6-speed Paddle Shift Transmission

Unequalled Bond Styling and Performance

Chassis Number: SCFAC23392B500390 Engine: 6.0L V12 DOHC 48V RWD 6-Speed Manual Gearbox with Electro-Hydraulic Control Paddle Shift 2+2 Seating Configuration Mileage: 6,300 Miles

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The Model: What can you say about Aston Martin, except they know class and they know sports cars? When first released it carried all the classic lines, long hood, swept-back windshield, short rear deck and typical angular body lines. But under the hood, the story was a bit better. 460 HP is transferred to the ground via improved suspension, rack and pinion steering and has it a braking system that could stop on a dime, or in the UK a farthing. If you enjoy a classic combination of sensuous sheet metal and a well-connected chassis, the V12 Vantage will not disappoint.

The Car: Aesthetically it is in pampered original shape with very little road wear and very clean interior and a clean carfax. Mechanically the car does not have any known problems, our own car specialist drove this vehicle over 100 miles and did not experience any mechanical problem only pure luxurious adrenaline. You don’t need to be a secret agent to enjoy the handling and prestige of ownership of this grand touring car. With just over 6,000 miles from new this Vantage has been maintained by marque specialists and remains much as it did when it left the factory in Warwickshire. Included with the car is the owner’s manual, a battery tender, first aid kit and utility knife. All systems are reported to be in operational condition including the superior sound and entertainment devices. Of course you really don’t need any artificial distractions when you’re behind the wheel of this spectacular car.

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ot 71 L 1987 Rolls-Royce Corniche II Drop Head Coupe Designer: John Polwhele Blatchley Estimate: $45,000 - $60,000 Chassis Number: SCAZD02A9HCX20139 Decoded: S=United Kingdom; CA=Rolls-Royce; ZD=Corniche II Convertible; 02=6,750 cc V8, Naturally aspirated; A=Active Seat-belts; 9=check digit; H=1987; C=Crewe assembly; X=LHD; 20139=Serial Engine: 6750cc OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/200 bhp (est.) • 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes • Odometer: 74,550 Miles Actual

Luxury Roadster for the Ages Superb Value of World Class Motoring Well Maintained Original Car

The Model: Looking for a totally new direction in design, Rolls-Royce turned the John P. Blatchley for a new look to their luxury automobiles. His basic design for the 1966 Silver Shadow would endure in its basic concept well into the 1990’s. From the beginning of this line a drop-head coupe had been incorporated into the mix, but it wasn’t until 1971 that these special cars, as well as a limited run of fixed-head coupes, would receive the name Corniche. Over the years the Corniche saw a number of improvements, a slightly longer wheelbase, improve steering with rack in pinion starting with 1977. Most every motoring accessory or convenience was a part of the Corniche package with the real options boiling down to exterior colors and custom ordered interior appointments and décor. With the Series II introduced in 1986, which saw improved braking, refinements in the electronics and federally required collision avoidance lights on the rear deck. The Corniche was not just a convertible, but a luxurious one at that. When American car makers stop producing open cars, the market for Corniche was left wide open for those in the ultra-luxury car market. With padded tops, tons of sound insulation and peppy performance from their own V8, Rolls-Royce scored a winner, with the basic styling surviving 30 years in production.


The Car: This beautiful example is one 1,234 Series II Corniche convertibles produced. It is finished in out-standing shade of Olde English White complimented by a plush seats covered camel-tone full leather featuring ivory whipcord. The Everlast top is done in light tan and appears to be a fairly recent installation. According to our consignor this Corniche II started life in Southern California where it was constantly maintained by marque specialists. On a recent in-depth inspection no sign of any body maladies were detected. Mechanically this convertible performs as one would expect a car of this caliber to perform, quick, responsive, quiet and silent. The top rises and lowers as designed, with it folding neatly into the rear boot when down, or smooth and snug when raised. All of the power amenities are all sorted and reported to be in excellent condition aside from the passenger side seat. As a bonus all of the books and manuals as well as an assortment of receipts and other documents are included. Under the ‘bonnet” or hood was we “Yanks” might say, there is a light patina of use as one might expect from a well-maintained original car, but around back in the “boot” or luggage compartment, you will find its fully trimmed and looking nearly new ready for a picnic basket of over-night bag. A splendid example of a superb car offered for your enjoyment and approval.


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1983 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti Estimate: $ 75,000 - $90,000

Chassis Number: ZFFMA13A8D0046045 Decoded: Z=Italy, FF=Ferrari, M=F105A040 230 bhp V-8 Engine, A=3-Point Restraint System With Auto Retractors, 12=308 GTS Quatrtovalvole, A=North America Market/Left Hand Drive, 6=Check Sum, D=1983 Model Year, 0=Maranello Assembly, 046045=Serial Engine: 2.9L Four Cam, 32 Valve, 230 bhp V-8 Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection Marelli Digiplex Electronic Ignition Five-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes

Brilliant Condition Inside and Out

Very Desirable Quattrovalvole

Serviced and Well Maintained

Odometer: 39,823 Miles Actual

The Model: Ferrari engaged Pininfarina design legend, Leonardo Fioravanti, to pen what has become one of Ferrari’s most iconic shapes as a replacement for the popular 246 Dino. Fioravanti surprised the world with his curvaceous design that contrasted sharply with the angular 308 2+3. The gorgeous design was an instant hit at the 1975 Paris Motor Show. While the design impressed, performance was lackluster. The complex four-cam 90-degree V-8 provided the power and impressive growl, but lost much to emissions restrictions. Ferrari responded with the new Quattrovalvole V-8 which raised output to 230 bhp and could power the GTS to 152 mph. V-8 Ferraris were long-disdained by collectors in favor of V-12 cars. Today, the 308 GTS QV is now seen by collectors as one of Ferrari’s greats.

The Car: This 308 GTS is presented in brilliant top quality condition. Th car is correct in every respect and includes all books and tools. This car is represented as a truly pampered Ferrari and this GTS is ready to go for th next owner. Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to acquire a superio example of Maranello’s most iconic 1980s V-8 as the market continues to grow.


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1955 Porsche 550 Spyder Replica by CMI Designer: Dr. Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000

Solid Fiberglass Construction

Easy and Economical to Maintain VW Running Gear

Excellent Way to Get into Vintage Motorsports

The Model: One of the most legendary automobiles produced, as least in post-war history, was the Porsche 550 Spyder. These were not your average sports car, they were built for those who wanted to be involved in competition events. Porsche in itself was a revolutionary vehicle with its unit-chassis and body construction and rear-engine over the drive-wheels set-up. The 550’s body design was more aerodynamically efficient than the more affordable 356 Speedsters of the day, with very little shared between the two models. Probably the most famous of all 550’s was the ‘Lil Bastard”, owner by screen legend James Dean. That is the car he was driving when he was killed in a traffic collision while traveling to a race in Central California. Porsche would only construct a total of 90 550 Spyders. If the world wanted more, they would have to wait for a couple of decades and then settle for a replica.

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Chassis Number: 1113095806 Engine: 1584cc OHV H4 1-barrel carburetor/60 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 76,400 miles

The Car: One of the first to pull molds from a 550 Spyder so as to create a fiberglass body was CMI. However, the original car they took the molds from had some major flaws and body damage. Only about 10 CMI cars were created and then the molds ended up with Marvin Simes and Chuck Eiler under their name of Prestige Classics. Skilled in the restoration of authentic 356 models, they correct the flaws and set about to produce a perfect clone. However, only a handful were produced before Simes passed away and production ceased. This is one of those CMI/Prestige based 550 Spyders. It is mounted on a Volkswagen chassis and powered by a stock 1584cc engine. Finished in Alpine White and fitted with a pair of bucket seats in red, this car appears to be in solid condition and is reported to run out quite well. Riding on chrome wheels with Porsche hubcaps, this vehicle can be a lot of fun for not a lot of money. Agile and nimble with tamed performance, the 550 Spyder replica could serve as the gateway for better things to come.


ot 74 L 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera Coupe Designer: Filippo Perini Estimate: $155,000 - $195,000

The Model: Everything about this car is “super”. Super handling, super sleek, super-fast and as the name itself implied, super light. When Lamborghini unveiled the Gallardo in 2004, it was hailed as one of the greatest supercars ever. A modern, powerful new V10 powered these cars which featured on-demand all-wheel drive that engaged automatically when the rear wheels start to slip, plus a body design that was second to none in stealthy sleekness. Then in 2008, they upped the ante a bit with the Superleggera. First, they tweaked the 5.0L V10 a bit and squeezed out another 11 HP by improving the intake, exhaust, and ECU, then they shaved all unnecessary weight taking off 70 kilograms, or a little over 150 pounds by substituting carbon-fiber for such components as the central tunnel, rear air diffuser and interior door panel, seat buckets plus little things like using titanium wheel nuts. There were a few extras such as carbon ceramic disc brakes which added $15,600 to the base price. A couple more “supers” related to this model, it was in production for less than six months, a super short period and just 172 of these unique vehicles were produced, making it super-rare. The Car: Whoever said “you can never get too much of a good thing” must have experienced a ride behind the wheel of a Superleggera. Of the 172 produced only 37 of them were finished in Nero Noctis, or Black, and adorned with the matte-black stripes and markings. The special light-weight sport seats are covered in the highest quality of suede leather, a treatment that extends to the massive dashboard. After careful inspection, everywhere you look the Superleggera appears to be a new car. Riding on specially constructed lightweight 19” wheels the Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires show little wear. Our consignor tells us that all required maintenance has been performed and all books and records are included. As one of the most powerful cars ever produced and flawlessly engineered, this is a car that was built for a person who likes, no, make that “loves” to drive. It provides the feel of the road and at the same time makes other sit up and take notice, even in a sea of supercars!


Chassis Number: ZHWGU43T78LA06866 Decoded: Z=Italy; HW=Lamborghini; G=Gallardo; U=USA Market; 4=Superleggera; 3=5.0Liter/530 HP V10; T=Low-Ratio E-Gear trans.; 7=Check digit; 8=2008; L=Bologna, Italy assembly; A06866=Serial Engine: 4961cc DOHC V10 Multi-Port Fuel Injection/523 bhp 6-Speed E-Gear Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 12,600 Miles Actual

Very Limited Production

Heritage to Original Lightweights

Meticulously Maintained from New


ot 75 L 1939 Bugatti Pacific Bespoke Creation by DelahayeUSA Designer: Terry Cook Estimate: $240,000 - $300,000 Chassis Number: 1F90039B7EC120411 Engine: 300 hp 5 liter fuel injected BMW V-12, 4-speed automatic transmission

The Model: Distinguished by its “dorsal fin�, used to rivet the body panels together, the Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic was the masterpiece of the Jean Bugatti. The Type 57 Bugattis were given highly modified versions of the type 49 engine, throwing away the chains that formerly drove the twin cams and replacing them with a much more precise gear drive system. Bugatti only produced four of the aluminum bodied Atlantics and only two still exist. One of the existing examples is owned by Ralph Lauren and has been valued at over 40 million dollars. The other is being kept in the Mullin Museum in Oxnard, CA. With only two examples available and a presumably cost prohibitive price tag, the door has been left wide open for coachbuilders to recreate interpretations of this beautiful design. 152 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: When Terry Cook, former editor of Hot Rod magazine and Car Craft Magazine, took on the task of building this car, he brought years of custom car knowledge with him. He knew what he wanted was not an exact copy of Jean Bugatti’s car, but rather a sort of rolling sculpture that would pay homage to both its designer and its most well known owner, Ralph Lauren. The process of hand sculpting a final product out of carbon fiber was a process that would take builders four years to complete, ending with several coats of House of Kolor jet black paint. The Pacific is noticeably longer than the original, 10 inches to be exact, giving the interior a spacious feel that is roomy enough for any of the NBA’s starting forwards. The upholstery was handpicked by Cook after scouring New York, eventually finding the brocade fabric in an antique warehouse. The fabric was then laid over the exact copies of the tubular stainless steel seat frames that were used in Lauren’s Bugatti. A graceful BMW V12 resides under the hood and is no less pleasant to look at than the sweeping lines of the body. Paired with an electronic 4 speed transmission the power is finally passed to the wire wheels through a Ford nine inch gear. This Pacific exudes grace and beauty. It has even been remarked, several times, that this stunning piece with its wider body and longer flowing lines, is a worthy bespoke tribute to the stunning Jean Bugatti’s design. If your collection lacks a custom coachbuilt automobile, or you simply can not stand it when 153 someone shows up in the same type of car as you, the Pacific is the car for you. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1957 Chevrolet Belair 2-dr Convertible Designer: Clare Mackichan

Estimate: $100,000 - $130,000

Chassis Number: VC57B132527 Decoded: V=V8 engine; C=Belair Series; 57=1957; B=Baltimore MD< assembly, 132527=Serial Engine: 283 cid OHV “small-block” V8 2X4-barrel Carburetors/245 bhp 2-Speed Powerglide Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Most Iconic 1950’s American Car

Professional Level of Restoration and Detailing

Dual Four-Barrel Intake with Hydraulic Lifters

The Model: In early 1955, just as the quickly re-worked the 1956 Chevrolets had been finalized, work was started on the 1957 edition. Corporate HQ had already dictated that 1957 would have to be face-lift of the 1956, that’s all that was in the budget. Rumors were flying that the other two members of the low-priced three would have brand new cars with ground-breaking designs. Mackichan’s team went to work and the finished product was a master-piece. Only because Ford pushed to produce and dump low-line models on their dealers, did the best Chevrolet’s numbers, and then only by a slim margin. The iconic look of the Chevrolet, with its impressive and beautiful up-front grille and bumper design, the the finely crafted and distinctive side trim, made the 1957 Belair and instant classic. To celebrate this new look the popular smallblock V8 introduced in 1955, was enlarged to 283 cubic inches and came in six flavors of horsepower. From the base two-barrel, the Power-Pack 4-barrel, a pair of dual four-barrel engines and another pair of V8’s with fuel-injection, made Chevrolet the car performance minded buyers most often turned to. Top of the lne was the Belair convertible with 47,562 being produced. 154 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: Color is everything with cars from the 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. While some collectors can only see red, it takes a true patron of beauty to look at the wide range offered from the palette offered by the 1957 Chevrolet. This stunning example is finished in Colonial Cream, a light yellow that is accented with seat bolsters finished in matching vinyl complimented by silver vinyl inserts. Showing just over 90,000 miles, which are believed to be from new, this car has been lightly used and always kept in top condition. A new top was recently added and it was recently re-worked to accept lead-free gas pumping through those dual four-barrel carbs. While the bat-wing style air-cleaner is the center of attraction under the hood, the entire engine compartment has been restored to better-than-new in appearance and function. The interior is well appointed with factory AM radio, heater-defroster and clock with even the luggage compartment looking fresh and new. This 1957 Belair convertible is really a cut-above the regular crowd in its appearance, performance and iconic design.


ot 77 L 1929 Cadillac Model 341-B Convertible Victoria Designer: Harley Earl

Estimate: $75,000 - $100,000 Without Reserve

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The Model: By 1929, Cadillac had become an industry leader and in the luxury market was always at the top of the list. With smart styling coming from Harley Earl’s studio full of the finest talents Detroit could find, the offering of body styles was almost mind-boggling. GM’s Fisher Body Division presented a total of twelve different models to choose from, all mounted on the 140” wheelbase of these massive machines. For the coachwork performed by the Fleetwood Body Division, it tended to be more custom-orientated with the buyers often dictating specific features or touches to make their new Cadillac stand out at the country club or for a night on the town offering more than 30 catalog choices. Earl also stressed that colors should be vibrant with interiors well-appointed. The days of boxy rustic transportation were over, America was leading the way to bringing the comforts of home to the motorists, and to those who had deep pockets. A little over 18,100 customers bought 1929 Cadillacs, and the 341B would prove to be a leader in style, engineering and dependability.


Chassis Number: 327153 Engine: 401 cid “Nailhead” V8 by Buick 4-barrel Carburetor/325 bhp (est.) 3-Speed Automatic Transmission Rear Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Odometer: 22,130 Miles Showing •

Classic and Desirable Body Style

Original Cadillac Chassis

Vintage Drivetrain

The Car: The history of this car has been lost to the ages. According to the build tag on the firewall, it appears this vehicle started life as a Fisher bodied 4-door sedan. Along the way it acquired a rather attractive Victoria Convertible coachwork. While this body is carrying a Fleetwood badge, despite the long list of catalog offerings from this prestigious coach building division, there is no listing for this body style. Basic lines appear to follow the styling seen in Waterhouse designs, but overall presents a rather unique, yet trendy look. Finished in a butterscotch tan with black leathers seats and a fully functional tan soft top. It is mounted on an original 1929 Cadillac chassis with original style fenders, headlights, hood and that trademark radiator shell. Riding on a set of wooden spoke wheels, the wide-whitewall tires lend to that classic aire of its appearance. The 1960’s era Buick engine is backed up by an automatic transmission that appears to be controlled with a column shift from what appears to be a 1960’s era Dodge. The heater and vintage 8-track tape player both operate from the 12-volt alternator based charging system. For the lucky buyer of this Cadillac, it would make an excellent parade vehicle or with a lot of care and research could be brought back to its place of grandeur in the world of classics.

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L ot 708 1931 Stutz Series MA “SV16” Cabriolet Coupe Designer: Charles Greuter Estimate: $140,000 - $180,000

Without Reserve

Full Classic Status From the AACA

Mechanically Sound, Cosmetically Attractive

Rumble Seat Cabriolet Coachwork

Chassis Number: MA271344 Engine: 322 cid OHC In-line 8-cylinder engine 2-barrel Carburetor/113 bhp 3-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 31,270 Miles Showing

The Model: Only a handful of the M-series Stutz cars were produced for 1931, and this is believed to be one of less than five Cabriolets that still exist. From the same marque who produced the Blackhawk and Bearcat early day sports car, the SV16 had come from quite a lineage of performance vehicles. The SV-16 which had been developed by Charles Greuter, a Swiss native who had been with Stutz for a number years, it features the Bijur lubrication system, nine main bearings, overhead cam unit and dual spark plugs for each cylinder. While officially rated at 113HP by the factory, many feel that number was dialed down a bit so as to make the Stutz star engine, the DV32, appear to have a much higher power advantage. These powerful engines were still capable of powering these mighty machines of up to 90 miles an hour, and for swift-sure stopping power, hydraulic brakes were standard equipment. It is kind of sad to think that some of the finest machines produced by Stutz, as well as a number of other American classics, were created during one of America’s darkest economic times. The Car: This incredible machine appears to have been treated to a fairly in-depth restoration several decades ago, but today, stands as a testament to how America’s industrial growth was founded upon firm and exacting standards. The SV16 shared the same basic chassis and bodywork as did the more powerful models, and it is said that the series M engine cars were superior in handling, performance, and reliability. Finished in a please Dove Gray the body features red highlights as well as wire wheels and the center of the grill display this same dramatic hue. Seats and door panels are finished in a matching gray leather material while the folding top is done in black. The brightwork shines brightly, including the trademarked mascot, the Sun God Ra from Egyptian mythology. These cars are big, riding on a 137.5” wheelbase, so there is plenty of room for passengers up front, a couple of friends in the rumble seat and still have room for a set of golf clubs and a picnic basket. A recent tune-up insured this is a turn-key ready to go open-top car that would be welcomed on a Classic Car Club of America tour, as it is recognized as a ‘Full Classic” by this prestigious organization where it was once judged as a National First Prize winner. With dual side-mount spare tires, full instrumentation and fabulous looks, this could be the key to a new and exciting chapter in your collector-car story. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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ot 79 L 1957 Porsche Speedster Replica Coachwork: Reutter Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000

Crate VW Engine

Newly Professionally Built

Built to Original Speedster Specs

Chassis Number: 118744668 (Titled as 1968 VW) Engine: 1600 cc SC Flat Four Cylinder Engine Carbureted / 95 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Drum Brakes

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 and is titled as 1972 VW. Under the engine cover sits a built 1600 cc, horizontally opposed 4-cylinder crate engine. 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 look like the original and performs on a par with those produced back in the 1950’s. Finished in German Sterling Silver with a light Buff leather 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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1999 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider Designer: Pininfarina

The Model: Had Ferrari named the 355 following the previous formula it would have been the 358, but the engine builders in Maranello thought their revolutionary new five-valve head design should have its time in the spotlight. The additional intake valve did crank power in the flat-plane V-8 up to 355 HP. The longitudinal V8 is nestled comfortably behind the cockpit in one of the three body styles available. Initially, the designers at Pininfarina offered only two body styles, the coupe and the targa, with the ragtopped spider coming along in 1995. Drivability was the focus for the newest pony in the Italianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stable. The monocoque chassis used tubular subframe and independent front and rear suspension. The 355 would also feature power steering to add to the streetability of their new sports car.

Estimate: $ 85,000 - $120,000

The Car: The Rosso Corsa paint, accented by like colored brake calipers, shows very nicely, with plenty of shine left for a new owner to enjoy. This well kept prancing pony only shows 4640 miles on the odometer. Inside the tan Italian-leather seats show an appropriate little wear, appropriate for a gently used low-mile exotic. Running perfectly and ready to serve this Ferrari is everything you want in Italian mechanicals. If you are a collector or are just ready to dip your toe in the world of exotics this 355 is ready to be driven, but will certainly appreciate as an investment car.


Chassis Number: ZFFXR48A7X0116800 Decoded: ZFF=Italy, Ferrari X=F129C Engine R=Airbags 48=355 F1 Spider A=Left-hand Drive North America 1=Check Digit X=1999 0=Maranello Plant 116800=Serial Number Engine: 3.5 L 5-Valve DOHC V8 Bosch Motronic M2.7 engine control unit 6-Speed F1 Paddle Shifted Automatic Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 4,664 Miles Actual •

Desirable Classic Ferrari Spider

Very Low Miles Example

Attractive Color Combination

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ot 81 L 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Seville 2-dr Hardtop Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $40,000 - $60,000

First year of the Seville Hardtop

Chassis Number: 5662049420 Engine: 365 cid OHV V8 Dual Carter 4-barrel Carburetors/305 bhp 3-Speed Hydramatic Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Factory Air Conditioning

Restored to Highest Standard

Odometer: 34,100 Miles Showing

The Model: It was a cold January morning in 1953 when the newly elected President, Dwight Eisenhower, rode down Pennsylvania Avenue, that many Americans caught a glimpse of a brand-new luxury convertible, the Cadillac Eldorado. For the first three years of the Eldorado’s life, it was not only the highest priced domestic car on the market, it was also available only as a convertible. That changed for 1956 with the introduction of the Seville hardtop. Based on the Coupe de Ville, the Seville had luxury appointments that placed it well ahead of the competition. Priced on a par with the convertible it featured a full array of power amenities such as steering, brakes, windows, seats and even a powered radio antenna. A specially anodized golden grille was available at no extra cost, as were the unique Sabre wheels, available in polished aluminum or in gold tone, either available at no extra cost. About the only accessory one could order was air-conditioning. With a base price of $6,711, the extra $538 for keeping the car cool was less than 10% of the total cost. Interiors were appointed in all leather, however, a fabric inserts were available for the Seville. Best of all was the special Eldorado engine, fitted with dual four-barrel carburetors rated at 305 HP, which was about as powerful as any other American car. Just, 2,150 Sevilles were produced in the model’s premiere year, and while not a money-maker for the brand, it was an image-maker that was positive in every way.


The Car: Finished in its original Bahama Blue, accompanied by the gleaming white Vicodee fabric roof, this example of the 1956 Seville is picture perfect. So stunning is this color combination that this selection was used in a number of factory brochures and advertisements for the best that Cadillac had to offer. It is fitted with all the power accessories that were standard, such as power steering and brakes, as well as windows and a six-way power front seat. It is also fitted with the optional air conditioning, which was a “must” when meeting the social elite. While the original owner opted for the less flamboyant golden grille, they did opt for the gold-tone Sabre wheels which really sets off the visual impact of this fabulous ride. The interior in finished in a two-tone of blue and gray leathers and all of the interior extras appear to be in excellent condition. Showing just under 34,100 miles, which are believed to be from new, this is an outstanding example of America’s leadership in the world of automotive production during the mid-1950’s. Eldorado’s styling in 1956 set it apart from the rest of the Cadillac line with rear end design that was a signal to what was coming in future years. The Eldorado Seville was an instant classic, bringing the most luxurious ride on wheels into hardtop beauty for the very first time, and this example deserves to be in a collection of only the finest quality. 165


ot 82 L 1970 Royale RP4 Estimate: $80,000- $100,000 Engine: Lotus Alloy Block Twin Cam Dual Carburetor / 200+HP 5-Speed Gearbox

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The Marque: The RP4 was the first sports car design offered by the English racing car company Royale, which was known at the time for building quick Formula Fords. It was designed by Bob Marston to compete in the Firestone sponsored F100 championship in 1970. At that time, the challenge in building a successful 2 seater sports racer, was making the chassis stiff enough with the large open cockpit in the middle of the car. Marston’s idea was to build a light tubular space frame and wrap the center section with stressed aluminum panels to produce a semi-monocoque frame. This kept the center of the car from flexing. He then added the suspension from the proven RP-3 formula Ford and covered the whole thing in very attractive fiberglass bodywork. Power came from a 1300cc pushrod Ford 4 cylinder engine and a Hewland 4-speed gearbox. Over the years, the car was upgraded to 1600cc and 5-speed gearboxes, with the final version being the RP-6, which had wider wheels and tires, a lower profile nose and fender flares. In 1970, Royale driver Ray Allen was virtually unbeatable in the F100 championship, winning nearly every race. “That was a great little car,” he said. “It was quick straight out of the box and I had absolutely no trouble winning the championship. You just couldn’t go wrong with that car”. The same can certainly be said today, as the car is still a killer in its class in vintage racing.

The Car: The RP4 eing offered here was owned and campaigned by Hugh Kleinpeter, former owner of Royale USA. Since 1999, the car has been in the care of Andy Greene Sports & Vintage Race Cars, LLC, which upgraded, sorted and campaigned the car for several owners. It has 14 first place finishes, and one championship to its credit in HSR. The current specs are; 200+HP Lotus twin cam engine, with alloy block, built by Savannah Race Engineering. It has a Hewland MK8 5-speed gearbox, upgraded front brakes, right-hand shift conversion, Koni shocks, RP-6 suspension upgrades, CV joint axles and more aerodynamic RP6 nose at 1050 lbs. it’s ready to race. The car was completely gone over in 2014, with a new fuel cell, rebuilt shocks, new aluminum radiator, and a new nose. In 2016, Elliot Forbes Robinson drove the car in the Mitty at Rd. Atlanta, and beat Doc Bundy in a Lotus 23B in a great fight for the group 3 win. With the right driver, this car is a proven winner in group 3 and the Vintage Enduro series in HSR.

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1978 Porsche 911 ’75 RSR Spec Tribute Designer: Dr. Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche Estimate: $50,000 - $75,000 •

Vintage Qualified and Veteran Racer

Attention to Safety and Detail

More Powerful Than the Originals

Chassis Number: 9118202152 Decoded: 911=Model; 8=1978; 2=911SC; 0=Coupe; 2152=Serial Engine: 3.6L SOHC H6S Fuel Injected/424 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

The Model: After the Porsche 917 had been banned, Porsche went to work to develop a competition vehicle that was based on its production 911 platform. When the RS was released for 1972, it was considered nearly unbeatable. Dedicated to making a good thing better, in 1974 the 3.0L RSR was unleashed. Not only did the factory campaign these cars, but a number of these were sold to private concerns that wanted to not only just go racing, but win it as much as possible. Starting with a basic stock 911 shell, the wheel arches were flared, a front spoiler added which contained the oil-cooler, and the “whale-tail” rear spoiler the major external modifications. A major suspension component for the RSR was the use of coil springs rather than torsion bars used previously. Also, added at the factory was an aluminum roll-cage which offered the driver maximum safety. Most of the victories racked up by the RSR was done by private owners as the factory boys were busy conjuring up their next machine. Today, an original RSR commands premium values and are highly prized by those who own them.


The Car: According to the consignor of this tribute to the mighty RSR, the builder wanted a car that looked and performed like the original. No expense was spared in this creation of what this legend should be. Starting with a solid 1978 911SC coupe he had proper body modifications applied to replicate what the factory had done to the real cars. This vehicle is built to race and as such weight is of a major concern. All the regular production glass windows were replaced with Plexiglass, as were the original racers, and attention to detail was paid to the application of an authentic rear spoiler â&#x20AC;&#x153;whale tailâ&#x20AC;?. Power is supplied by a 1997 vintage 3.6L engine which was factory rated at a whopping 424 HP, even more than the original 3.0L H6 had supplied. A full SCCA/ SVRA spec roll cage was added and should some daring soul wish, there is a passenger seat installed. Proper wide-width Fuchs wheels completed this package. This car has not been a trailer queen and the consignor supplied us with several photos of this car in action. Qualified to take part in most vintage racing events in the USA, this could be your ticket for the best thrill ride ever offered to mankind.


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1978 Ferrari 308 GTS Designer: Leonardo Fioravanti

Malcolm Sayer

Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 Chassis Number: 23705 Engine: 2.9L Dual Cam, 16 Valve, 240 bhp V-8 Four Weber 40 DCNF Two-Barrel Carburetors Five-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes •

Fresh Major Service Including Cam Belt Replacement

Matching Numbers Automobile

Books, Tools, and Jack Kit Included

Mileage: 37,101 Miles Actual

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The Model: In the mid-1970s everyone was on the lookout for Ferrariâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s replacement for the Dino. Ferrari engaged Pininfarina design legend, Leonardo Fioravanti, to breathe life into what is now one of Ferrariâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most iconic shapes. The gorgeous design was an instant hit at the 1975 Paris Motor Show and would survive in fundamental form to grace the legendary 288 GTO. The first 1976 model 308s wore fiberglass body shells while later cars were clad in all-steel bodies and grew in refinement and build quality. Underneath, a sophisticated 3 liter 4 cam Weber-carbureted V-8 provided the power accompanied by an impressive soundtrack all the way to 7,700 rpm. Much as the DB5 Aston Martin became associated with James Bond, the 308 GTS gained fame in its own right starring with Tom Selleck in the Magnum PI television series. The 308 GTS was built for only three years with just 3,219 of the most desirable carbureted examples being produced before being replaced in 1980 with the 308 GTSi featuring fuel injection which sacrificed 26 horsepower and lost the fantastic burbling sound of the four Weber carburetors. Today, the V-8 Ferrari market continues to grow as enthusiasts and collectors recognize the open-topped carbureted 308 GTS as the most desirable and collectible of all Ferrari V8s.

The Car: The beautifully presented matching numbers carbureted example offered here is finished in the iconic Ferrari color combination of Rosso Corsa (racing red) over tan leather. As a GTS, it features a removable Targa top for the wind-in-yourhair motoring experience but also includes refinements such as air conditioning and power windows. This car is in top-performance specification with its original emissions equipment removed to allow higher power and cooler engine running temperatures. The original emissions equipment is included with the sale of the car should the new owner choose to refit it. Accompanying this car are the original tool roll, jack kit, and books. With just over 37,000 miles and a recent major service including cam belt replacement, this 308 GTS is ready to be enjoyed. The V-8 Ferrari market continues to grow as collectors recognize the excellence and beauty of the design. This is an outstanding opportunity to secure a brilliant example of Maranelloâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s last iconic carbureted V-8.

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Designer: Jerry Palmer

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1993 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Targa Estimate: $ 30,000 - $45,000

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

The Car: This low mileage example, that will soon be one of the most sought after of the modern Corvette, is covered in its well-maintained factory red paint. The interior is a matching red leather that only shows the gentlest of use. Both the inside and outside of this rare Corvette have been well preserved as a low production number car should be. The LT-5 that provides the fun is also well maintained and running perfectly. Mated to the 6-speed transmission, this drivetrain is perfect for cruising the streets on Saturday night. The low-mile nature of this Corvette makes the decision to continue to preserve it or take it out and stretch its legs difficult. What isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t difficult is pulling the trigger and adding it to your collection.

ZR-1 handle as well as it accelerated. It should be noted that its MSRP price tag was nearly double from the base model and customers were known to have paid in excess of $20,000 above MSRP to get their hands on a ZR-1

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Factory Lotus Designed All Aluminium Engine

Overall Width Inches Wider than Standard C4 Corvette

Coveted by Collectors due to Limited Production

ZR-1 Factory Owners Box with Manuals

Factory Secondary Switch Ignites Full Engine Power

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ23JOP5800313 Decoded:1=US G=GM 1=Chevrolet YZ=ZR-1 2=Hatchback 3=Manual Belts J=LT-5 0=Check Digit P=1993 5=Bowling Green KY 800313=Serial Engine: Aluminum 350 CI DOHC 32 valve V-8 LT-5 Fuel Injection / 405 hp 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 31,156 Miles

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ot 87 L 2007 Shelby Mustang GT500 “Super Snake” Coupe Designer: Carroll Shelby

First Year of this Iconic Model

Very Low Miles

Chassis Number: 1ZVHT88S475330054 Shelby American Number: CSM07SS0335 Engine: 5.4L OHV V8 Supercharged/725 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Personally Autographed by Shelby

Odometer: 6,190 Miles

Estimate: $60,000 - $75,000

The Model: In 2006, Shelby American teamed up with Ford and announced that they were getting ready to release the ultimate in performance at the street legal level with their new 600 HP “King of the Road”. It would remain at the top of the heap, for a while, a very short while, for within a month Shelby and his team announced they had something even more powerful waiting on-deck. Reviving a name that had been applied to only a couple of his original Cobra’s, the Super Snake was reborn. At first, both Shelby and his partner in speed, Ford Motor Company, were keeping specifications close to the vest. However, when they came out, there was a lot of interest in these cars, especially when it was announced that the “to-the-wheels” HP dyno out at an amazing 725 horses. This car was not built to go pick the kids up at soccer practice, in fact it really wasn’t built to do anything close to normal driving chores. It was built for flat-out performance and believe it or not, it was 100% emissions compliant! While the original Cobra was powered by twin-superchargers and was considered too hot to handle by any but the most experienced the driver, the 2007 Mustang based “SS” is considerably more user-friendly, but still should not be operated by the faint-of-heart. The Car: This stunning example of the rebirth of Super Snake has been extremely well cared for. Showing just under 6,200 miles at the time of catalog, this pony-car on steroids has all the power amenities and looks it was born with. Finished in Vista Blue with the full stripe kit, it also has the unique Super Snake hood, side scoops and rear deck spoiler. The lower body effects and outside mirrors are both of carbon-fiber construction. Riding on its 19” Super Snake chrome wheels, it is still equipped with its original tires which isn’t uncommon considering the low miles showing on the odometer. Creature comforts, something lacking in Shelby’s original Cobra, include an 8-speaker sound system, full climate control, plush leather racing seats emblazoned with the Cobra logo while the headrest make it clear, you are riding in a Super Snake. One other very special point of interest with this car. In addition to all of the factory plaques denoting the heritage of this car, on the dashboard and large script is the actual signature of the man responsible for this and thousands of other high-performance vehicles, Carroll Shelby. A fitting tribute to a man who when asked what his favorite cars, always responded with “The next one!” Make this Super Snake your next one. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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ot 88 L The Model: During the 1970’s and 1980’s, America’s automobile industry was more worried concerned about emissions and new safety standards than styling with hi-performance was out of the question. Those valiant engineers and technicians on Chevrolet’s Corvette team didn’t give up. Lead by Dave McLellan, with help from British sports car maker Lotus, a package was developed and unleashed at the start of the 1990’s. Its option code was its name, the ZR1 was unleashed. That year all Corvettes had a 5.7 Liter V8 under the hood, but the ZR1’s engine was a work of mechanical genius, so special that GM had to go to Mercury Marine in Stillwater, Oklahoma so that this four-cam, 32-valve monster would be put together with the skill of masters who had a little more time on their schedule to build these motor the right way. The result; everyone who was anyone in 1990 had to have a ZR1. The Car: When looking at an investment car, its history is paramount, and this ZR1’s background check has been completed. Shipped new to Abraham Chevrolet in Tampa, Florida, this was one of the first ZR1s delivered. Not many people got to actually see the car as it was quickly taken to secure, climate controlled storage and put away. Today it shows just over the 600 mile mark and still features the cardboard floor mats installed at the factory to protect the flooring during transit. With a base price of $31,979 and the ZR 1 option running just $27,016 more (or about 85% of the base price), this car has it all, Solar Glass top, Delco-Bose Gold Series AM-FM-Cassette/CD audio, special handling package and that awesome engine and transmission. The new owner will have to decide, continue to preserve it or maybe take it out and do what it was built to do. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


1991 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 Coupe Designer: Dave McLellan •

Second Year for Corvette’s Supercar

Pristine Condition with Very Low Miles

Bloomington Gold Certified in 2005

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ23J5M5801839 Decoded: 1=USA; G=General Motors; 1=Chevrolet; YZ=Corvette ZR1; 23=Coupe; J=LT5 5.7 Liter V8; 5=check digit; M=1990; 5=Bowling Green, KY assembly; 801839=Serial. Engine: LT5 5.7 Liter 4-cam/32V V8 Electronic Fuel Injection/375 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 5,400 Miles Actual

Estimate: $35,000 - $50,000


ot 89 L 1955 Chevrolet Custom 210 2-dr “Post” Sedan Designer: Clare Mickachan Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: B55M050920 Engine: 350 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/300 bhp (est.) 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel power assisted Hydraulic Drum Brakes

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Proven Performance Classic Design Retain in Custom Build Cool and Comfortable


The Model: Almost from the day the 1955 Chevrolets hit the market, owners have been adding their own special touches, trying to make a good thing even better. For 1955, Chevrolet was offered in three basic trim levels, the 150 which was aimed at economy and fleet buyers such as police cars and taxi cabs; the 210 which was marketed towards growing families and was among the most popular models sold, and the Belair, which was also a family car but with a bit more chrome trim, flair and interior appointments. Regardless of the model, customizers took stock and made it their own car. However, looking back 60+ years ago, some builders today are seeing the beauty of the original design, but are adding their own touches with special colors, wheels, passenger compartment updates and most importantly, what is under the hood. The builder of this beautiful creation captured that train of thought. The Car: Finished in a Bright White and dazzling Gold Metallic, what started as a 210 sedan was upgraded with a full set of Belair trim for exterior dĂŠcor, while the interior was given a full make-over providing the occupants an enjoyable and comfortable ride. Under the hood resides a mighty â&#x20AC;&#x153;350â&#x20AC;? cubic inch V8 that starts easy and runs strong. It is backed up by a Borg-Warner T-10 4-speed transmission, which goes through the gears like a hot-knife through butter. Seats have been covered in a gray cloth that is inviting and no mistaking what type of car you are driving with the bow-tie logo emblazoned on the rear seat. Factory Rally wheels are mounted to the car with the under-stated blackwall radial tires and the rumble from the exhaust lets others know you mean business. Our consignor reports that this is one of the most civilized rides he has driven. Ready for the spring-time cruises or a day at the park, this is a design that is hard to improve upon and it can be yours.


ot 90 L The Car: In 2002 the Porsche 911 Carrera received a number of small updates that made something pretty spectacular just a bit more so. Among some of the changes were a a widened rear body stance, oval exhaust outlets, plus revised front headlight lenses and a redesigned rear indicator lights were the 2000 Turbo editions. This was done to help distinguish ever further the 911 from the Boxster. The Carreraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s body featured a very low 0.30 coefficient of drag allowing it slip effortlessly through the air at high speed. Interiors were pretty much functional without a lot of gingerbread, full gauges, comprehensive sound system and all the basic creature comforts, but without over-teching one to death. Ergonomics was essential in the design of the Carrera with easy access for the driver for shifting, lighting controls and other important functions such as air conditioning, audio entertainment or opening and closing various portals to the passenger cabin. Performance was impressive with 0-to-60 MPH coming in right at five seconds and during closed course testing a top speed of 177 MPH was attained. It was a vast improvement over previous models and well received by Porsche fans worldwide. 180 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


2003 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Designer: Pinky Lai Estimate: $22,000 - $28,000 Chassis Number: WP0AA29923S623112 Engine: 3.6L DOHC H6 Fuel Injectioned/315 bhp 6-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 72,700 Miles Actual

The Model: This 911 Carrera coupe is the perfect driver-quality automobile. Well maintained it is finished in Arctic Silver metallic with gray leather seating surfaces. Reported to be in excellent mechanical condition, the consignor told us this one runs like greased-lightening. All of the factory appointments are functional included in the one-touch windows which work in both up and down directions, plus the power operated sunroof. The Pioneer sound system, which includes AM and FM plus CD player, works like a champ, plus the heated mirrors work as planned. Both the front and rear fog lights plus the telescoping steering wheels and rain-sensor windshield wipers are in perfect working order. The consignor also told us this car has a perfectly clean CarFax report. Rising on the stock 17â&#x20AC;? alloy wheels the drilled disc brake rotors are clean and able to deliver all of the 315 HP to the drive wheels without hesitation. This would be the perfect car to enter the wonderful world of Porsche ownership, and car that is sure to bring many trouble-free miles. 181 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia 2000 GTAm Racing Coupe Tribute Designer: Bertone Estimate: $45,000 - $65,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: AR1531225 Engine: 2.0L DOHC 4-cyl 2 X Weber Carburetors/240 bhp (est.) 5-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

The Model: One of the most popular post-war Alfa Romeo models ever produced was the legendary Giulia. Introduced for the 1963 model year, this well engineered line of car, powered by a 1750cc four-cylinder engine, kept the shop in Milano busy filling customer orders. In 1965, The GTA was developed to take this platform racing. Autodelta was the racing arm for the factory and campaigned a number of variations on the same theme and found plenty of success. In 1969, the GTAm was released. In base form it could belt out a full 240 HP. Fitted with a full steel body it was modified with a mixture of aluminum and plastic components, such as substituting Plexiglass for the windows. In addition to factory sponsored runs, a number of privateers also ran with these vehicles. There has been some conjecture of the actual meaning behind the Am moniker. One is that it represents America Maggiorata, or America Enlarged (a number of these cars were imported to the USA), while another popular belief is that it meant Alleggerita Maggiorata, which translates loosely to Lightweight-Enlarged. Regardless, driving and ownership of one of these cars is an experience a real driver will always cherish.

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Top-Shelf Materials and Components.

High Quality Build at Every Stage

Exacting Recreation of Legendary Racing

The Car: Starting with an late 1960’s 1750 Giulia Coupe, this car has been treated to an extensive build. First was the build of the 2.0 Liter “Twin-Spark” engine where Alfaholics provided the majority of parts including a full piston set complete with wrist pin, clips and rings, plus oversized intake and exhaust valves, connecting rods and much more. Feeding the fuel needed to run this mill is a pair of Weber dual-throat carbs, which combined with the 11.5:1 compression ratio boosted the HP rating at or above the factory specs. Among some of the other items was a lightweight racing alternator, a lightened flywheel, aluminum radiator and MSD ignition. Alfaholics was again called on to supply front and rear suspension parts including anti-roll bars and quick steering arms. They were also called upon to help with the brakes providing a 4-Pot Racing Disc Brake Kit and special Rotors using Ferodo pads. This Alfa has been enjoyed but has never been abused or wrecked. It features full instrumentation, a full roll-cage and little things like Momo floor plates, sport wheels and pop-top fuel filler. This Alfa Romeo was built not for show, but for fun. Your entry into the world of vintage racing could not be in better company that this tribute to those renown race cars from Milano that took the world by storm.

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1962 Cadillac “Series 62” 2-dr Convertible Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $25,000 - $40,000

Without Reserve

Chassis Number: 62F095483 Engine: 390 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/325 bhp 3-Speed Hydramatic Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

Presented In Original Colors

Original Engine and Drivetrain

Well Appointed with Factory Accessories

Odometer: 5,315 Miles Showing

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


The Model:In the early 1960’s, you knew you have arrived when you drove up in a new Cadillac, and there was no better way to make a statement of confidence than to appear in a convertible. Cadillac had first used the Series 62 designation back in 1940 to signify a “step-up” from the basic Cadillac, if any Cadillac can be called “basic”. For the 1962 “62” convertible the list of standard equipment was long and included power steering, brakes, windows and front bench seat, as well as a full array of lights for under the hood, in the trunk, under the dashboard, in the glove box, plus back-up and even cornering lights. Priced at $5,793 in base form there were still a few extras one could add on, such as the Signal-Seeking Pre-selector radio at $164 or for year-round comfort the Air-conditioning and Heater which added another $473 to the price tag. For 1962, Cadillac had an astounding year producing a total of 160,840 vehicles of which 16,800 were Series 62 convertibles.

The Car: This very well preserved Series 62 convertible is finished in its original color of Pompeian Red with its correct white leather interior featuring proper red accents and floor covering. The tight fitting white top sets off this picture of luxury and performance from a time when Americans had their eyes to the skies during the early days of the race in space. This outstanding icon of success is fitted with all the Series 62 convertible’s standard equipment, as well as the optional radio, complete with power antenna, plus the very desirable air-conditioning system. Treated to a cosmetic restoration a number of years ago, it still presents quite well. The body panels appear to be well aligned, just as when they left the factory, and the chrome trim gleams in the sunlight sure to attract admiring looks from all who gaze at the stunning lines. Described as an excellent driver quality vehicle, you can put the top down and enjoy the open road in a style that can only be delivered in a Cadillac. From the massive grille up front to the “broad top-deck surface that crisply angles down to the deck sill” this is a car that commands respect for both the machine and the driver. With the ease of power equipment anyone can find piloting this Cadillac to be a breeze. Sure to be the center of attention, shouldn’t you be in this convertible’s driver’s seat? 185

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ot 93 L 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Retractable Top Convertible Designer: Daimler-Benz Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

First Year of Iconic Model

Second to No One in Engineering

Total Performance in the Lap of Luxury

Chassis Number: WDBSK75FX3F019261 Engine: 5.0L OHV V8 Bosch Fuel Injection/302 bhp 6-Speed Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Electro-Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer 30,100 Miles Actual

The Model: When Mercedes unveiled the new 2003 SL500, it was the darling of the media. While not as fast or potent or expensive as the SL600 big brother, this model was hailed as being almost perfection. Let alone the sensuous lines that marked Mercedes’ entire SL line-up, even today these cars are still fitted with everything a person who enjoys actually driving a car needs. Engineering advancements is an obsession with the folks from Stuttgart, and the SL500 pioneered a good many new features. Braking “by-wire” was introduced with this model and now the norm in many high-end luxury cars. Mercedes-Benz created a COMAND center that groups all the most needed functions while driving into one center control unit. While it might take you a few moments to learn how to program the sound-system or even set the clock, with the precision of Mercedes, just set it and forget it. Performance was outstanding and for the power this car supplied, the 14 MPG city and 20 MPG highway was a pretty good trade out. The ease of being able to go from an totally enclosed coupe to an open cabriolet in just a matter of moments was another Mercedes mechanical marvel.


The Car: Attention to detail and enjoyment of motoring are what you will notice and feel when you set behind the steering wheels of this fabulous car. Finished in Designo Silver Metallic, this car’s exterior is a close to perfect as possible. Riding on a set of up-graded 17” alloy wheels with fresh rubber, this is as “turn-key” as you could hope for. Sitting back into those sumptuous gray leather bucket seats which cradle you and your passenger are ready to be transported down whichever road you choose. Looking under the hood you will find everything in order, looking much like it did when this car was first assembled. It was a very early production SL500, most likely ordered to sit on a showroom floor, and the fit and finish is up to the highest standards in the industry. Well maintained the wood trim on the door panels and surrounding the center entertainment and information console in just as fresh as the day the skilled craftsmen installed it back in Germany. Powerful, beautiful and timeless all rolled into one package that only needs you in the driver’s seat. 187 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


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1986 Panther Kallista Designers: Robert “Bob” Jankel Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Without Reserve

Low mileage Original

Extremely Rare 1980s Roadster

Outstanding Original Condition

Chassis Number: SA9KA21A0GB005107 Engine: 2.3 Liter OHC 4-cylinder by Ford 2-barrel Carburetor/88 bhp 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Hydraulic Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Odometer: 21,030 Miles Showing

The Model: In 1972 Robert Jankel realized a dream of starting his own automobile company. The Panther Car Company set out to build low volume handcrafted exclusive replicas of 1930s vintage classic cars. His company evolved and changed hands to become Panther West Winds Ltd. The mission evolved as well. Panther has produced a wide range of automobiles over the years ranging from contemporary sedans to open two-seaters that recaptured the essence of the legendary pre-war sports cars. The Kallista (derived from the Greek word meaning “small and beautiful”) was hand built in England starting in 1983 and imported into the United States beginning in 1985 with a sticker price of $23,500 which was comparable to the price of the Porsche 944 and Chevrolet Corvette at that time. The Kallista was popular, but the pricing and hand-built nature of the car limited production to just 1,695 examples of which only 148 ever made it to the United States. The bespoke nature of the car enabled discriminating buyers a wide range of options in both appearance and performance as each car could be custom built to suit the customer’s needs and desires. Construction was entirely modern using a combination of metal and glass fiber to produce strong and attractive lightweight coachwork. The rare Kallista offered vintage wind in your hair motoring coupled with modern construction and a reliable and easy to service drivetrain for the best of both worlds. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


The Car: This beautiful Kallista reflects the pampered life it has led. The paintwork and interior are beautiful. This matching numbers car is exquisite. It has always been well maintained and now shows just over 21,000 original miles. The car today wears its fantastic factory black paint. Accents of burgundy in the folding convertible top and rear-mounted spare tire cover contrast fantastically with the black paintwork. A full array of analog gauges are mounted in the dash and set within the elegant wood plinth. The company’s logo of a Puma set in the center of the steering wheel is the only clue to passerby about this vehicle’s origins. Amenities include chrome wire wheels, duo-tone chrome horns, driving lights and in-dash stereo. This Kallista comes ready to be enjoyed with a complete fresh service. With only 148 that ever made it to our shores, the Kallista offers exclusivity that is rare in any price range. Don’t miss the chance to own this rare beauty that is truly a rare collectible investment. 189 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M


ot 95 L The Model: When the 1959 Cadillac hit the market, it was the most in almost everything. Horsepower ratings were up there with the highest performance vehicles available. The amount of chrome plating topped the charts. Comfort and amenities seemed to be nearly limitless. And those tailfins! They seemed to be taller than any ever seen on a production automobile and that year saw the taillight pods mounted high up for maximum visibility, and of course to signal that the finest in motorcars had just passed you by. As America was preparing to be blasted off atop a rocket, the 1959 Cadillac was like a spaceship on wheels. Open cars were always the top of the line, and during this year at least one special parade car was created by the factory for a Royal visit from Queen Elizabeth II and family. Cadillac has always been a trendsetter no other car put together all the pomp and power of the American auto industry than did the 1959â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s from the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s luxury leader.


1959 Cadillac Custom De Ville Parade Car Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Without Reserve

Enchanting Tail Fins

Fair Weather Cruiser

Distinctive 1959 Styling

Custom Convertible Parade Car

Chassis Number: 59J055354 Engine: 390 cid OHV V8 4-barrel Carburetor/325 bhp 4-Speed Hydramatic Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes Odometer: 501 Miles Showing

The Car: This one-of-a-kind open-top parade car started life at a Coupe de Ville. It is believed that during the 1970’s, the hardtop was skillfully removed creating the look of a top-down Cadillac convertible. Finished in Alpine White, the interior is appointed in a pleasant medium green with white accents. It is equipped with its original 390 cid V8, as well as many extras such as factory Cruise Control, Signal Seeking Radio, Autronic Eye (automatic headlight dimmer), as well as power equipment such as steering, brakes, and windows. The windshield frame has been nicely trimmed to add to the appearance of being a genuine convertible which is really topped off by the faux-boot cover. This unique car would be perfect for a weekend outing, cruising the coastline or taking part in parades and other festivals where vintage cars are welcomed. With real 1959 Cadillac convertibles valued and selling well into the six-figures, here is a chance to buy all the sizzle and still have plenty of bacon left over. 191


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Vehicles - 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final hammer price of each vehicle lot purchased. The buyer’s premium applies to all forms of biding including on-site, telephone, absentee, and online bidding.

Non-Vehicles - 15% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final hammer price of each non-vehicle lot purchased. The buyer’s premium applies to all forms of bidding in cluding on-site, telephone and absentee bidding.

PAYMENT TERMS Payment is due by the first business day following the auction. Payment may be remitted by: Wire Transfer Bank Letter Required Cash or certified check / money order made in Buyer’s name Reported in accordance with U.S. government regulations Personal or company check Pre-Approval and Bank Letter Required Payment may not be split when using a credit card. SALES TAX Motostalgia LLC will follow all guidelines pertaining to the collection, payment and reporting of sales tax. All bidders who qualify for tax exemption must provide proper documentation at the time of registering to bid. Under no circumstances will a lot be released from Motostalgia LLC without proper payment of sales tax or proper exception guidelines being met. VEHICLE REMOVAL All vehicles must be removed by Tuesday, March 14 before 5pm. Under no circumstances will a lot be released from Motostalgia LLC without payment in full.

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Interest in Property All Vehicles and lots in this Auction are offered by Motostalgia LLC as agent for the seller and not on behalf of Motostalgia LLC. Motostalgia LLC shall not have any liability or responsibility for any act, omission, default or failure by seller.

Buyer’s Premium, Taxes, and Fees Buyer's premium is 10% on all automotive lots and 15% on non-automotive lots. The buyer's fee is part of the purchase price and is subject to sales tax, if applicable. Indiana residents are subject to sales tax, local tax, and applicable title, tag, and registration fees unless otherwise exempt (see “Title and Registration”). Non-residents transporting to a Indiana address may be subject to local and state tax. Bidding ALL BIDS ARE FINAL AT AUCTION At auction there is no “cooling off period”. If you are awarded the final bid, ownership changes at the drop of the gavel. You own the merchandise and are responsible for payment. No bidder may retract a bid after the fall of the hammer for any reason. Winning bidders will be charged a buyer's premium in addition to the accepted bid price. Bidder is responsible of all risk of loss or damage immediately upon purchase of the vehicle or item, which occurs at the time of the sale when the bidder is declared by the auctioneer to have successfully bid. You are responsible for all bids made with this bidder number, whether or not made by you and whether or not authorized by you. If your bidder card is lost or stolen, immediately report to Motostalgia as all bids made with this bidder number will be your responsibility.

Roadworthiness/ Compliance Buyer is solely responsible, before bidding, for ensuring that a motor vehicle is roadworthy and safe for use and complies with all relevant laws and regulations of the buyer's jurisdiction including, but not limited to, title, registration, insurance, emission control, and safety equipment. Damage and Liability Motostalgia is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged properties; or for any and all liabilities during said event. Bidder acknowledges that Motostalgia is not liable for any loss, damages, or injuries that occur during the transport and delivery of a vehicle. Any attendee, bidder, or consignor who damages a lot, property, or person will be held liable for all damage caused and shall reimburse Motostalgia LLC or its agents for all costs and expenses relating to rectification of such damage.

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INDEX MOTOSTALGIA 2017 AMELIA ISLAND AUCTION LOT 7 91 33 37 70 8 31 63 46 41 9 10 85 75 42 59 62 77 81 92 95 5 16 30 34 44 65 69 76 86 88 89 40 48 68 6 52 2 13 17 21 29 39 50 60 64

1997 1969 1958 2014 2002 1957 1963 1960 1938 1959 2008 2002 1951 1939 1909 1933 1976 1929 1956 1962 1959 1955 2010 1990 1972 1994 1934 1994 1957 1993 1991 1955 1950 1937 1937 1967 1974 1982 1979 2008 1964 1968 1999 2015 1980 2012

VEHICLE

LOT

A l fa R o m e o 9 1 6 A l fa R o m e o G TA M S p e c s Aston M a rt i n D 2 / 4 M K I I I A s t o n M a r t i n Va n q u i s h A s t o n M a r t i n Va n q u i s h Au s t i n - H e a l e y 1 0 0 - 6 Au s t i n - H e a l e y 3 0 0 0 M a r k I I Au s t i n - H e a l e y 3 0 0 0 B N 7 Au t o Un i o n Wa n d e r e r W 2 5 Au t o b i a n c h i B i a n c h i n a B e n t l e y C o n t i n e n ta l Bentley Arnage Bentley Mark IV B u g at t i Pa c i f i c B e s p o k e Cadillac Model 30 Cadillac Model 370C V12 Cadillac Eldorado Cadillac Series 341B Cadillac Eldorado Cadillac Series 62 Cadillac Deville Chevrolet Bel Air C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e LT- 1 C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 Chevrolet Indy C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 Chevrolet Bel-Air C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R- 1 Chevrolet 210 C i s i ta l i a - A b a r t h 2 0 4 A C o r d 8 1 2 B e v e r ly S e d a n Cord 812 Phantom Dat s u n 1 6 0 0 D o d g e C ha rg e r NA S C A R Ferrari Mondial 8 Ferrari 308 GTB Ferrari F430 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series I Ferrari 365 GT Ferrari 550 Maranello Ferrari 458 Speciale Ferrari 308 GTB Ferrari 458 Spider

67 72 80 84 3 26 32 47 66 53 14 36 57 61 25 74 51 12 58 18 19 23 54 93 94 35 1 11 15 22 24 27 38 45 49 73 79 83 90 56 20 71 82 4 87 78 28

1997 1983 1999 1978 1930 1968 1966 1989 1934 1965 1970 1952 1967 1954 1997 2008 1967 1967 1958 2012 1971 1967 2011 2003 1986 1970 1975 1959 2015 1984 1968 1973 1972 1977 1979 1955 1957 1978 2003 1912 1936 1987 1970 2008 2007 1931 1958

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VEHICLE

Ferrari 348 TS Ferrari 308 GTS QV Ferrari 355 Ferrari 308 GTS Ford Model-A Ford Bronco F o r d G T 4 0 M K 1 b y C AV F o r d Th u n d e r b i r d Ly n S t J a m e s Ford Deluxe I S O R i v o lta 3 0 0 G T J a g ua r E - Ty p e R o a d s t e r J a g ua r X K 1 2 0 F H C J a g ua r X K E R o a d s t e r K a i s e r Da r r i n K D 1 6 1 L amb orghini V T Roadster Lamborghini Superleggera L a n c i a F l av i a P i n i n fa r i n a L i n c o l n C o n t i n e n ta l M a s e r at i 4 5 0 S McL aren MP4-12C Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Mercedes-Benz 250 SL Mercedes-Benz SLS Mercedes-Benz SL500 Pa n t h e r K a l i s ta P ly m o u t h S u p e r b i r d Porsche 914 Porsche 356A Cabriolet Porsche 911 GT3 Porsche 928 Porsche 911L P o r s c h e 9 1 1 R S Tr i b u t e Porsche 911 S P o r s c h e 9 1 1 / 9 3 0 Tu r b o P o r s c h e 9 1 1 / 9 3 0 Tu r b o Porsche 550 Spyder Porsche Speedster Replica Porsche 911 RSR Porsche 911 R a m b l e r C r o s s To u r i n g R ol l s - R oyc e P ha n to m I I I R ol l s - R oyc e C orn i c h e R o ya l R P 4 S h e l b y M u s ta n g Shelby GT500 Super Snake Stutz SV16 Cabriolet Vo l k s wa g e n B u s S a m b a 195


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