Extra – Barrett – Jackson Scottsdale 17/1/12 – 22/1/12 Results Page 2

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 719 – 1968 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK

Lot Number:

719

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$242,000.00
Year: 1968
Make: FORD
Model: MUSTANG
Style: CUSTOM FASTBACK
VIN: 8F02J130856
Exterior Color: PEPPER GRAY METALLIC
Interior Color: BLACK/SILVER
Cylinders: V8  
Engine Size: 460  
Transmission: 5-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: This custom Mustang was built from the ground up and restored in 2009. It won the Spectator Class at the All Ford Show at Summit Motorsports Park. It has over 1,000 miles on it since it was built and is ready to cruise.
Details: This Mustang has been custom built for the ground-up and rotisserie restored with fiberglass from Unique Performance. The PPG custom Pepper Silver metallic Deltron top-of-the-line paint with clear coat that has been wet sanded and buffed to show quality. This car won the Spectator Class at the 2010 Fords at the Summit and the trophy will be included with the car. For cruiser comfort, it has classic heat and air conditioning. All interior plastic is custom vinyl covered with cabin and trunk in black and silver carbon fiber. This car handles very well with its Heidts independent front suspension with coilover shocks and 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes. The entire interior of the car is covered in Dynamat for a quiet ride. Has Dakota Digital dash, glove box is signed by Carroll Shelby, a period correct modern radio with iPod hookup, Sony Xplod speakers to match the interior and floor mounted emergency brake to finish the cabin. All wiring is covered with Painless Performance PowerBraid for that finished look. The car has working brake coolers and working upper interior cabin vents. It also has LED sequential tail lights and all six lights in the front with turn signals tucked behind the grille to be road compliant. Adjustable gas shocks, rear traction bars, Auburn Gear limited slip 3.55 posi-traction and a Richmond ring and pinion mounted in a Ford 8″ rear end finish off the suspension. Has a 460 bored .030 over with 10:1 compression, Ford large valve cast heads with competition valve train, aluminum intake and a Holley carburetor. The transmission is a Tremec TKO 500 5-speed with a Lakewood scattersheild, Centerforce mechanical clutch and Centerforce flywheel. The exhaust piping, headers and Magnaflow mufflers are polished satin silver ceramic coated. She also has a stainless steel gas tank and K&N air filter. This car is built to drive in comfort and has over 1,200 miles on build.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1018.1 – 1968 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA SUPER STOCK

Lot Number: 1018.1  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$242,000.00

Year:

1968

Make:

PLYMOUTH

Model:

BARRACUDA

Style:

SUPER STOCK

VIN:

B029M8B299111

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

BLACK

Cylinders:

   

Engine Size:

426  

Transmission:

AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Second HEMI Cuda built by Hurst for Chrysler. #1 destroyed. Sold to Jack Werst at Chrysler in charge of their 5-year, 50k warranty program. Documented by Galen. Copy of statement of origin when new.From the Jim Mangione Collection.

Details:

Engine is 426/650hp HEMI V8. Wheelbase is 108″, length is 192.8″, weighs 3005 lbs and quarter-mile performance is 10.6 seconds at 130mph. In 1968, Chrysler hired Hurst Corporation to stuff the legendary 426 HEMI into the lightweight Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Dart to create unbeatable Super Stock racers. Hurst’s prototype was destroyed, this is the second HEMI ‘Cuda built and the first to leave the Hurst shop. It was given to Philadelphia area drag racer Jack Werst, whose 9 to 5 job was East Coast Regional Director, Chrysler Warranty Program. In those days, Chrysler’s warranty was five years and 50,000 miles, so from 1968 through 1970, Werst ran this famous factory-supported HEMI ‘Cuda as “Mr. 5 and 50.” NHRA required manufacturers to build at least 50 identical cars to be eligible for Super Stock, so Hurst created just over 50 HEMI ‘Cudas. The Barracuda body was stripped of seats, sound deadener and anything else extraneous to winning drag races, including the rear view mirrors. The doors were acid-dipped, the front fenders and hood fabricated from fiberglass, all windows replaced with thin Corning glass and the seats with lightweight Dodge van buckets mounted on special aluminum brackets. The HEMI was race-tuned with a cross-ram manifold, Hooker headers and 12.5 compression ratio. It was mated to a manually shifted 727 TorqueFlite automatic with Hurst floor shifter. The sure-grip differential had a 4.85 ratio. It takes a whole page to list all the other performance mods, from deep-groove fan pulleys to heavy duty axle shafts and the battery relocated to the trunk. The final touch was a disclaimer on the dash that read, “Not for use on public highways. Supervised acceleration trials only.” This particular HEMI ‘Cuda is the recipient of a six-figure restoration by the experts at Muscle Car Restorations and is precisely as raced in 1968, right down to the 24 carat gold leaf lettering and lace pattern paint. Jack Werst’s race shirt and helmet are included, along with a Chrysler Certificate of Origin, Galen Govier documentation and all restoration paperwork. “Mr. 5 and 50” could be the brilliant keystone to any Mopar, HEMI, muscle car or Super Stock collection and a sure crowd pleaser in nostalgia drag racing. **From the Jim Mangione Collection**

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1018 – 1964 FORD THUNDERBOLT 2 DOOR

Lot Number:

1018

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$242,000.00
Year: 1964
Make: FORD
Model: THUNDERBOLT
Style: 2 DOOR
VIN: 4F41K118364
Exterior Color: BURGUNDY
Interior Color: GOLD
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 427  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: One-off 427 HEMI by Mickey Thompson for Ford. The number 10 Thunderbolt. From the Jim Mangione Collection.
Details: This really is a Ford 427 Hemi. But there’s a lot more to the story than that. In 1963, Rhode Island Ford dealer Bob Tasca stuffed a Ford 427cid big block V8 into a mid-size Fairlane 500 hardtop. Ford Motor Company thought this was such a good idea they decided to build enough to be legal for NHRA Super Stock. Ford called the new model the Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt production was subcontracted to Dearborn Steel Tubing, which ultimately built between 100 and 127 of the lightweight drag racers, depending on who’s counting. For just $3,780, anyone could order one from any Ford dealer. Thunderbolts came with a 427 High-Riser, Ram induction, 2 Holley 4 barrels, 12.0:1 compression ratio, headers, scatter shield, racing suspension, drag tires and heavy duty everything. Doors, hood, front fenders and bumpers were fiberglass, the windows were plexiglas and the interiors were stripped. Lightweight bucket seats were adapted from the Econoline van and the battery was relocated to the trunk. Thanks to performance in the 11.6 second range at 123mph and drivers like Dick Brannan, Gas Ronda and Butch Leal, Ford earned the NHRA Manufacturers Cup. Butch Leal won the Super Stock class at the 1964 NHRA Nationals driving Thuinderbolt #7 owned by Mickey Thompson. But wait, there’s more. Mickey Thompson also owned Thunderbolt #10. Encouraged by Ford, Thompson’s shop cast new aluminum cylinder heads for the 427 big block with hemispherical combustion chambers patterened after those on Chrysler’s 392cid HEMI. They tried a couple of different intake manifolds and had to use Chrysler 392 pistons on custom connecting rods. At the Winternationals, the one-off Thunderbolt Hemi ran in A/FX. Driver Jess Tyree laid down an 11.40 at 129mph before the differential exploded. Over the years, the Thunderbolt worked its way down through various classes. It was eventually restored for Peter Kluitt’s Legendary Motorcar collection before finding its way to Jim Mangione’s collection. Today, it’s virtually perfect and authentic, right down to the “Jess Tyree” painted on the door and “M/T Prepared” on the fender. There are said to be around 60 Thunderbolts remaining, but this is the only one with a one-of-one Ford Hemi V8 created from scratch by the great Mickey Thompson. Any Thunderbolt is obviously special, but this one is a lot more special than that. **From the Jim Mangione Collection**

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1294 – 2008 FERRARI 599 GTB 2 DOOR COUPE

Lot Number: 1294  

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Status:

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$242,000.00

Year:

2008

Make:

FERRARI

Model:

599 GTB

Style:

2 DOOR COUPE

VIN:

ZFFFC60A280159211

Exterior Color:

RED

Interior Color:

TAN

Cylinders:

   

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

   

Summary:

This 2008 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano features a 6.0L V12 FI DOHC 48V engine. It is equipped with a 6-speed F1 Superfast transmission. Fresh out of Rick Hendrick’s personal collection with only 3,903 actual miles and all service and maintenance completed.

Details:

This 2008 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano features a 6.0L V12 FI DOHC 48V engine. It is equipped with a 6-speed F1 Superfast transmission. The vehicle is Rosso Scuderia Red with a tan leather interior. As one of the world’s fastest supercars able to achieve a top speed of over 200mph, who can deny the sound of a 6.0L V12 churning out over 600hp at an ear-pleasing 7,600rpm. Starting with the debut of the 599 GTB, Ferrari introduced their brand new traction control system, F1-Trac. This Italian supercar also sports Ferrari’s F1 Superfast 6-speed paddle-shift transmission. Taking full advantage of this new system is a switch mounted on the steering wheel that incorporates the active suspension system with new traction control to deliver the desired level of performance in any condition. Ferrari, a car company with so much racing heritage, delivers a street car with some of the same DNA. It only seems logical that someone like Rick Hendrick, who also has substantial racing heritage, would appreciate driving such a fine automobile. Equipment features include red brake calipers, carbon fiber for driving zone, carbon fiber for lower cabin zone, Daytona style seats, Ferrari iPod, Scuderia Ferrari shields, ball polished Challenge wheels, Bose Hi-Fi sound system, bi-xenon headlights, carbon ceramic brakes and F1 Superfast transmission. This gorgeous Ferrari 599 GTB was produced during February, 2008 in Maranello, Italy and thereafter shipped to the US for sale through Foreign Cars Italia of Greensboro, NC. Fresh out of Mr. Hendrick’s personal collection with only 3,903 actual miles and all service and maintenance completed. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a true supercar Ferrari.
   

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1263.2 – 1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA SPYDER CONVERSION

Lot Number:

1263.2

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$242,000.00
Year: 1971
Make: FERRARI
Model: 365 GTB/4
Style: DAYTONA SPYDER CONVERSION
VIN: 14047
Exterior Color: RED
Interior Color: RED
Cylinders: 12  
Engine Size: 4,380 CC  
Transmission: 5-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Beautiful red body with red Connolly leather hides and red Wilton carpets. Black Mohair convertible top. Double overhead cam V12, with six Weber carburetors and 5-speed transaxle.
Details: Matching numbers 4,380cc double overhead cam V12, six Weber carburators, 5-speed manual transaxle. Four-wheel independent suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes. Beautiful red body with red Connolly leather hides and red Wilton carpets and black Mohair convertible top. Produced by Ferrari in 1970 as a coupe painted argento autueil and delivered febuary 1971 by the dealer/importer, maranello concessionairs-gb, as a european spec car. (with production documentation). Converted to a Spyder 1979-1980 in england with aluminum body panels made from bucks molded from an original daytona 365 gts4 spyder. (with documentation). Includes both the Ferrari knock-off alloy wheels as delivered and also Borrani wire wheels. Recent compression test by Ferrari dealer is good.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5010.3 – 2001 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO COUPE

Lot Number: 5010.3  

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Price:

*$231,000.00

Year:

2001

Make:

LAMBORGHINI

Model:

DIABLO

Style:

COUPE

VIN:

ZA9DC01A71LA12886

Exterior Color:

MARRONE EKLIPSIS

Interior Color:

COCOA/CREAM

Cylinders:

12  

Engine Size:

6.0 LITER  

Transmission:

6-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Serial #40 of just 40 Special Edition Diablo 6.0 Liter VTs built. 12 original miles and absolutely as-new throughout. Fresh out of a significant west coast collection. 550hp V12 motor, AWD, 0-60mph in 3.9s and over 200mph top speed.

Details:

With the end of Diablo production in 2001, Lamborghini sent the model into the sunset in legendary style with a special run of 40, individually numbered, 6.0L VT SE cars. This car is the last SE built, serial number 40 of 40, the end of the line. It has just 12 original miles and shows in like-new condition throughout, right down to the original covers on the seats. It has lived its life in the large climate controlled collection of a west coast enthusiast. The SE’s were finished 20-each in two exclusive colors, Oro Elios which loosely translates to Sunrise Gold and Marrone Eklipsis Sunset Maroon, and all featured a number of special features including titanium threads in the carbon fiber weave for the body and trim, rear spoiler, Alpine premium DVD navigation audio system, exclusive two tone all leather interior and titanium interior trim.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5001 – 1933 PACKARD 1001 COUPE ROADSTER

Lot Number:

5001

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$231,000.00
Year: 1933
Make: PACKARD
Model: 1001
Style: COUPE ROADSTER
VIN: 60928
Exterior Color: RED
Interior Color: TAN
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 320  
Transmission: 3-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: 100-point restoration. Classic Car Club of America National First Award and 100-point Senior Award. Show quality throughout. A pleasure to own. From the Tom Crook Collection.
Details: Excellent history from new. Great to drive with 8 cylinders and desirable options. First year with down-draft carburetor and full syncro transmission. Premium frame-up restoration with multiple awards including Classic Car Club of American National First and 100 Point C.C.C.A. Senior Award. Rare, one year only style. From the Tom Crook Collection.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5008.1 – 1957 DESOTO ADVENTURER CONVERTIBLE

 
Lot Number: 5008.1  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$225,500.00

Year:

1957

Make:

DESOTO

Model:

ADVENTURER

Style:

CONVERTIBLE

VIN:

50417567

Exterior Color:

GOLD

Interior Color:

 

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

345  

Transmission:

   

Summary:

Powered by the famous 345/345hp HEMI V8 with dual-quads, automatic transmission, push-button shifter and independent torsion bar front suspension. The Adventurer was to DeSoto what the “300” letter series was to Chrysler. From the Ron Pratte Collection.

Details:

Powered by the famous 345/345hp HEMI V8 with dual quads, an automatic transmission, push-button shifter on dash, and independent torsion bar front suspension. With the division’s top HEMI V8 under the hood, the Adventurer was an early muscle car with a set of the most aesthetically pleasing tail fins ever seen on virtually any car. Introduced in mid-model year 1956, the Adventurer was DeSoto’s top-of-the-line performance flagship. The newly engineered 1957 ushered in a new “Forward Look” for all Chrysler Corporation models in a longer, lower and wider package. The 1957s have stood the test of time. In the 1950s, fins were de rigueur and echoed the public’s fascination with the possibility of space travel. The ’57 model Plymouths, Dodges, Chryslers and DeSotos had the appearance of a sleek rocket, ready to blast off. Inside the cockpit, DeSoto inset the light gold seats (60/40 up front) with gold and white tweed in the seated portion of the benches, front and rear. The labor-intensive stitched pattern of the upper door panels reveals the workmanship of the American auto industry of the 1950s. DeSoto had a reputation for building interiors of early American parlor quality and ambience. The Adventurer bridged the gap between old American charm, the rocket age of tailfins and the impending horsepower race. The Adventurer was to DeSoto what the “300” letter series was to Chrysler. Both were the top performance models and tested top speed on the sands at Daytona. From the Ron Pratte Collection.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1016.2 – 1968 SHELBY GT500 CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number:

1016.2

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$220,000.00
Year: 1968
Make: SHELBY
Model: GT500
Style: CONVERTIBLE
VIN: 8T03S17960102967
Exterior Color: RED
Interior Color: BLACK
Cylinders: V8  
Engine Size: 428  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Super rare one of only 153 428cid with 4-speed Shelby GT500 convertibles built in 1968. Complete rotisserie restoration. Fully documented by Marti Report. From the Ron Pratte Collection.
Details: This Shelby GT500 4-speed convertible is just one of 153 built in 1968 and is the recipient of a complete rotisserie restoration. It was refinished in its correct Candy Apple Red with white power softtop and features a host of documented factory options. Glass backlite, visibility group, décor group, tilt away steering column, cooling package, HD battery, power steering, power brakes, AM radio, wheel lip moldings and most important of all it is a documented 4-speed car. Shelby 10-spoke wheels riding on correct Goodyear Speedway 350 4 ply tires. Full Marti Report, original selling dealer paperwork and even the original Shelby Automotive order form goes with the car. 428cid 4-speed Shelby GT500 convertible. From the Ron Pratte Collection.
   

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5003.2 – 1930 PACKARD CUSTOM SPEEDSTER

Lot Number: 5003.2  

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Price:

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Year:

1930

Make:

PACKARD

Model:

 

Style:

CUSTOM SPEEDSTER

VIN:

184029

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

BLUE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

3-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

This car is superbly presented and while it has many features correct to an original speedster it is not one of the 113 originals but is a nice tribute.

Details:

The 1930 Packard 734 Speedster was Packard’s answer to the high performance sports car. Developed by Packard’s legendary engineer, Col. Jesse Vincent, the 734 combined an extensively modified Deluxe Eight 385cid straight eight and 4-speed gearbox in a modified 134 ½ Standard Eight chassis with a lightweight two seat body to create a lightweight, nimble speedster capable of well over 100mph as it came from the factory. Only 113 originals were built. With so few built and readily available components, several exceptionally well built Speedsters have been built over the years including this beautifully presented example is a great tribute with chassis number 184029 and engine number 184015. This car is superbly presented and while it has many features correct to an original Speedster it is not one of the originals. The narrow Speedster body is blue with light blue accent complemented by dark blue leather upholstery and a beige cloth top. Chrome wire wheels carry whitewall tires with dual side mount spares with mirror and beige cloth covers, Pilot-Ray driving lights and a radiator stone guard. Restored to very high standards. A gorgeous and fast Packard motorcar.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1295.1 – 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK

Lot Number:

1295.1

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$220,000.00
Year: 1970
Make: FORD
Model: MUSTANG BOSS 429
Style: FASTBACK
VIN: 0F02Z143257
Exterior Color: GRABBER GREEN
Interior Color: BLACK
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 429  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Professionally restored with original parts with all numbers matching, dash plate, engine and transmission are correct. KK#2535 Grabber Green and very rare fuel tank vapor emissions system.
Details: KK#2535, professional restoration. The car was stripped to bare metal and laser-straight lines created to give this BOSS a gorgeous smooth finish. It is difficult to find a BOSS 9 this complete with its original parts. Many of these cars were stripped by the owners of performance robbing extras, including smog pumps, small carburetors and exhaust systems. This is one of the cars that was left alone and driven by its owners with trunk mounted battery, vent caps, KK#, semi hemi aluminum head monster engine, rolled front fender edges for tire clearance and intimidating hood scoop. One of the most sought after muscle cars of all time.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1256.1 – 1970 OLDSMOBILE 442 W30 CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number: 1256.1  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$220,000.00

Year:

1970

Make:

OLDSMOBILE

Model:

442 W30

Style:

CONVERTIBLE

VIN:

344670M266164

Exterior Color:

RED

Interior Color:

WHITE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

W30 455  

Transmission:

3-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Rare matching numbers 442 convertible with a W30 455cid engine and factory air conditioning. Body-off restoration. Loaded with options. Documentation includes the original Protect-O-Plate, Build Card, registrations, notarized letters and much more.

Details:

This particular Oldsmobile 442 convertible has been the recipient of a meticulous concours nut and bolt restoration. It has spent its recent restored life in a museum and private collection and there have been very few miles driven since being frame-off restored. It has it’s original matching numbers motor, transmission and rear differential and is finished in the stunning combination of Matador Red with White Pearl buckets seats, white stripes and convertible top. It is powered by the most powerful power plant available, the very rare optional W30 455cid high performance V8 with a 3-speed HD turbo-hydromatic 400 transmission and posi-traction rear end. Besides the most powerful drivetrain option, this convertible also has a very impressive list of factory options that include air conditioning, strato-bucket seats with dual-gate floor console shifter, electric power windows, power and tilt steering, front disc brakes, posi-traction rear differential, Goodyear raised white letter tires on Rally wheels, heavy duty front/rear firm ride springs, instrument gauge package with tach, AM/FM stereo, power top and much more. Impeccable iron clad provenance includes the original owner maintenance records, owner’s manual, consumer guide, Protect-O-Plate, dealership and ownership history with notarized letters, owner registration cards and the original Build Card. A rotisserie pictorial and break down and decoding of the vehicles major components and numbers, and W30 documentation, statistics and literature. Only 264 W30 convertibles were produced in 1970, of those only 126 were optioned with the automatic transmission with dual gate shifter, and even fewer left the factory also optioned with air conditioning. Very few of these cars survived and only a handful of authentic documented real deal W30s remain in the world today.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1296 – 2009 DEVON GTX CUSTOM COUPE

Lot Number:

1296

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$220,000.00
Year: 2009
Make: DEVON
Model: GTX
Style: CUSTOM COUPE
VIN: AZ328587
Exterior Color: BLACK
Interior Color: INTERIOR – BLACK LEATHER, CHRO
Cylinders: 10  
Engine Size: 650 HP.  
Transmission: MANUAL  
Summary: Designed by noted and award winning designer Daniel Paulin, the Devon GTX debuted at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to rave reviews as the next great American Supercar. Titled as a 2012 Special Constructed.
Details: Rare, modern, masterpiece. Serial #1. Designed by noted and award winning designer Daniel Paulin, the Devon GTX debuted at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to rave reviews as the next great American Supercar. The GTX had lap record setting performance at Willow Spring Raceway and the famed Laguna Seca tracks. Unfortunately, the recession prohibited the car from going into production. However, this only increases the collectivity of this masterpiece. Scott Devon, founder of Devon Motorworks assembled a who’s who of engineers from Ford and Chrysler to help build the carbon fiber super structure and modifications to the chassis and powertrain. One of the world’s top aerodynamicists also assisted in wind tunnel testing etc. **TITLED AS A 2012 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTED** **PREVIOUSLY BONDED TITLE**
   

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1249.1 – 1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 2 DOOR HARDTOP

Lot Number: 1249.1  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$220,000.00

Year:

1970

Make:

PLYMOUTH

Model:

SUPERBIRD

Style:

2 DOOR HARDTOP

VIN:

RM23U0A164651

Exterior Color:

WHITE

Interior Color:

BLACK

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

440  

Transmission:

AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Matching numbers, rebuilt 440/375hp engine and an automatic transmission. Frame-off restoration in 2009. Production Broadcast Sheet, Window Sticker, documented restoration with photos and other original documentation. From the Victor Gomez Collection.

Details:

Historically accurate and perfect in appearance and drives just like it looks. Correct in every way. Underside is as nice as topside. This is one of the best Superbirds in existence. Matching numbers, rebuilt 440/375hp engine and an automatic transmission. Frame-off restoration in 2009 with no expense spared and only 170 miles since completion. Production Broadcast Sheet, Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price Window Sticker, well documented restoration with many restoration photos, original documentation from date of purchase. From the Victor Gomez Collection.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1306.2 – 1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number:

1306.2

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$214,500.00
Year: 1966
Make: CHEVROLET
Model: CORVETTE
Style: CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
VIN: 194676S101107
Exterior Color: VIPER BLUE
Interior Color: OYSTER
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: LS3 CAMMER  
Transmission: 5-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Art Morrison/Hedges chassis, new LS3 Cammer engine, new Tremec 5-speed transmission, C5 suspension, Z06 4-wheel brakes, power hood, power windows, power brakes and power steering.
Details: Completed December 2010. Art Morrison/Hedges chassis with C5 and C6 suspension, Z06 4-wheel disc brakes, new Z06 spider 18″ and 19″ wheels and new LS3 Cammer engine, new 5-speed Tremec transmission, all Street and Performance chrome engine components, car has power steering, power brakes, power windows, power hood, Vintage heat and air, Viper Blue exterior paint, Oyster colored interior, Oyster colored Hartz cloth top.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1305 – 1939 LINCOLN ZEPHYR CUSTOM 2 DOOR COUPE

Lot Number: 1305  

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Status:

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$211,200.00

Year:

1939

Make:

LINCOLN

Model:

ZEPHYR

Style:

CUSTOM 2 DOOR COUPE

VIN:

HG75869

Exterior Color:

LAVA

Interior Color:

RUST

Cylinders:

V12  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

4-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Grace in motion, considered one of the finest 3 window coupes ever produced. A study in subtle restraint, yet an outlier with its V12 Cosworth. A landmark automobile.

Details:

In late 1930, just before WWII, the essence of style in an automobile for any connoisseur would have been the Delahage, Delage or Bugatti, and here in America, the Lincoln Zephyr. The Zephyr emulated the graceful sweeps and curves and the flowing sensual body lines of the art deco era. It was grace in motion even at rest. Many still consider it the best looking three-window coupe ever made. Often, custom builds are better left stock. The originally intended esthetic is compromised with modern day bling, disproportionate chips and mechanical devices that are best left in the garage. This Zephyr, a landmark automobile, deserved much more than the typical custom rod. This grand tourer is an outlier. A study in subtle restraint. The body has been restored to it’s original form and is finished in carbon gray metallic with stainless steel trims accented in black. There was no need to shave ornamentation, like door handles, hood and trunk latches; they are works of art. The Pierce-Arrow style faired-in oval headlamps are backed by LEDs for modern drive-ability. The interior begins with lit V12 door sills. It is finished in wool broadcloth, Wollsdorf leather and German wool tweed carpet to create an esthetic that respects the original design. Instrumentation has been restored and re-calibrated to 200 mph. Comfort is guaranteed with the Vintage air and heat, electronic windows, integrated Bluetooth audio, navigation systems, remote start, alarm system and radar detection/laser jamming modules at both ends of the vehicle. Replacing the original V12 power with a GM or Ford crate motor would have been sacrilege. The 6 Liter V12 engine (acquired from Cosworth Engineering in Wellingbrough, England) is mated to a pro-built 4L60E automatic transmission, aluminum drive shaft and Moser differential. Exhaust, driven through 2 1/2 inch stainless produces a crescendo reminiscent of a Formula One car. The custom built chassis, with six-piston caliper brakes, adjustable shocks, independent front suspension and variable air ride, along with a corner balance within 25 lbs. on each wheel, produces a superior handling and drivable automobile. Detail, singular power and outlier esthetics rival the best contenders in this elite class

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 961 – 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK

Lot Number:

961

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$209,000.00
Year: 1970
Make: FORD
Model: MUSTANG BOSS 302
Style: FASTBACK
VIN: 0F02G160678
Exterior Color: CALIPSO CORAL
Interior Color: WHITE
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 302  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Calypso Coral with white deluxe interior, Shaker Hood, 6-year professional restoration to original condition completed in 2011.
Details: Calypso Coral with white deluxe interior, Shaker Hood, 6-year professional restoration to original condition completed in 2011. Total body-off, dipped and rotisserie restoration. Motor rebuilt with new pistons, solid cam and valves. Rebuilt original Holly carburetor and rebuilt original transmission. All component parts are either new or rebuilt to exact factory specifications. One of 25 Boss 302’s with a close ratio 4-speed transmission in Calypso Coral with white decor bucket seats. Just two miles on the motor since restoration.
     

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 949.1 – 2010 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 2 DOOR COUPE

 
Lot Number: 949.1  

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Price:

*$203,500.00

Year:

2010

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

CORVETTE

Style:

ZR1 2 DOOR COUPE

VIN:

1G1YN2DTXA5800001

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

BLACK

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

6-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

This is serial #00001. The first 2010 Corvette ZR1 produced. Rare and exclusive opportunity to own the first of a high horsepower collector. 3,634 actual miles. From the Richard Hubbard Collection. Will be sold at approximately 3pm Friday January 20, 2012

Details:

A collector’s dream. This is serial #00001. The first 2010 Corvette ZR1 produced. Real collectors know the rarity and exclusiveness of owning the first of any high horsepower collector. 3,634 actual miles. From the Richard Hubbard Collection. **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 3PM FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 2012**

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1006 – 1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number:

1006

 

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Price: *$200,200.00
Year: 1957
Make: FORD
Model: THUNDERBIRD
Style: CONVERTIBLE
VIN: D7FH253729
Exterior Color: SEA SPRAY GREEN
Interior Color: CREME
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size:    
Transmission: AUTOMATIC  
Summary: Professional Minter restoration, two tops and test miles only. 312/245hp V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes and T-Bird air conditioning. Shown by Amos Minter and judged Best of the Best CTCI Concours August 2011.
Details: The highest scoring 1957 Thunderbird at Classic Thunderbird Club International Concours August 2011 in Concours I Class. Professional Minter restoration. Two tops with test miles only. Rebuilt 312/245hp V8, Ford-O-Matic automatic, power steering, power brakes, Minter’s cooling package, Thunderbird air conditioning, T-Bird AM/FM with iPod hookup. White replacement convertible top and Sea Spray Green porthole hardtop with crème leather interior. Late Sea Spray Green is rarest color of 1957 Thunderbirds. Underbody correctly refinished in 1957 Sea Spray Green with gloss black frame. Concours judged Best of the Best August 2011.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1285 – 1955 CHEVROLET CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP

Lot Number: 1285  

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Price:

$200,000.00

Year:

1955

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

 

Style:

CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP

VIN:

 

Exterior Color:

BLUE-SILVER

Interior Color:

GREEN

Cylinders:

12  

Engine Size:

1650 CUBIC  

Transmission:

MANUAL  

Summary:

1955 Chevy with a Rolls Royce Merlin P51 Mustang fighter plane engine. Amazing engineering went into this fully functional car. Two full time fabricators spent five years on the project. Sold on bill of sale only. ***SOLD ON BILL OF SALE***

Details:

Final Objective 1955 Chevy. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin P51 Mustang fighter plane engine. Built by Castlemaine Rod Shop in Australia. 1,650cid V12, double overhead cams, supercharged, fuel injected, dry sump oiling, triple disc clutch with a Lenco 2-speed transmission. Two fabricators spent five years engineering this car. Eleven months went into just the paint. Over 6,000 rivets painted on the car. All steel, two radiators, three gas tanks that hold 70 gallons of gas. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5003 – 1955 FLAJOLE FORERUNNER COUPE CONCEPT

Lot Number:

5003

 

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Price: $200,000.00
Year: 1955
Make: FLAJOLE
Model: FORERUNNER
Style: COUPE CONCEPT
VIN: S673772
Exterior Color:  
Interior Color:  
Cylinders: 6  
Engine Size:    
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: One of the most beautiful and innovative concept cars of the 1950s, the Flajole Forerunner was stylist Bill Flajole’s vision of the future.
Details: One of the most beautiful and innovative concept cars of the 1950’s, the Flajole Forerunner was stylist Bill Flajole’s vision of the future. Featured on the cover of Motor Trend magazine in September 1955, the Forerunner was the result of over 7,000 hours of design and construction. The subject of numerous magazine articles, Motor Trend featured the Forerunner on the same cover as Ghia’s groundbreaking Gilda design study. Sports Cars Illustrated gave the Forerunner a three page feature article in October 1955, Mechanix Illustrated wrote about the car in September 1955 and the car was recently featured in Octane Magazine. Designed and built by automotive designer Bill Flajole, then Advance Styling Consultant for American Motors, and a well-known industrial designer, the Forerunner incorporates many futuristic design elements like retracting tinted Plexiglas roof, headrest bucket seats and contrasting color fender coves, well before any of these items were put on a production car. Its chassis is among the best of its day, Jaguar’s high performance 180hp XK 120M with an SCCA race class win to it’s credit while Flajole’s studio was creating the Forerunners body. The glass fiber body employed molded-in open louvers and elaborate compound curves never before attempted in fiberglass. Its windshield header mounted rear view mirror foreshadows later designers’ use of periscope optics. This important one-off automobile has been completely restored and was shown at Amelia Island in 2010. The car is complete with magazines that featured the car when first built as well as photos of the car taken during its construction in the Flajole studios in the 1950’s that have been supplied by Bill Flajole’s daughter. A fabulous one-off concept car with great history.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1016.1 – 1941 WILLYS AMERICAR CUSTOM COUPE

Lot Number: 1016.1  

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Price:

*$198,000.00

Year:

1941

Make:

WILLYS

Model:

AMERICAR

Style:

CUSTOM COUPE

VIN:

W288604

Exterior Color:

CANDY APPLE RED

Interior Color:

TAN

Cylinders:

V8  

Engine Size:

426  

Transmission:

AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

426cid blown and injected HEMI V8 with a 727 automatic and Halibrand quick-change. Rod and Custom magazine project car. From the Ron Pratte Collection.

Details:

Rod and Custom magazine “classical gasser” blown and fuel injected, Dick Landy built 426 HEMI V8 with a Halibrand quick-change rear end and a polished 727 automatic heavy duty transmission. Fully detailed frame and undercarriage. Candy Red with Magnolia leather interior. Oakland and Blackies winner 2001. One-off magazine project car. Best of the best Street Rod Builder magazine in June 2001. From the Ron Pratte Collection.

 

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1020 – 1954 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number:

1020

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$192,500.00
Year: 1954
Make: BUICK
Model: SKYLARK
Style: CONVERTIBLE
VIN: A1056571
Exterior Color: MINT GREEN
Interior Color: MINT GREEN
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size:    
Transmission: AUTOMATIC  
Summary: Frame-off restoration of a rust-free California car done to the highest quality. One of only 836 built in 1954. Car runs and drives as good as it looks.From the Jim Mangione Collection.
Details: Frame-off restoration of a rust-free California car done to the highest quality. One of only 836 built in 1954. Car runs and drives as good as it looks. **From the Jim Mangione Collection**

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1283 – 1955 CHEVROLET NOMAD CUSTOM WAGON

Lot Number: 1283  

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Price:

*$192,500.00

Year:

1955

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

NOMAD

Style:

CUSTOM WAGON

VIN:

VC55A090535

Exterior Color:

YELLOW/GREY

Interior Color:

SADDLE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

409  

Transmission:

6-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

This vehicle has won 10 Goodguy’s Pro Picks in 10 attempts. All handcrafted moldings, 409cid engine, 6-speed C5 Corvette transaxle, modern Corvette suspension front and rear and fully custom interior. Featured in August 2011 Street Rodder magazine.

Details:

This vehicle has won 10 Goodguy’s Pro Picks in 10 attempts. All handcrafted moldings, 409cid engine, 6-speed C5 Corvette transaxle, modern Corvette suspension front and rear and fully custom interior. Featured in August 2011 Street Rodder magazine.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1236 – 1917 CROW LAKESTER CUSTOM ROADSTER

Lot Number:

1236

 

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Status: SOLD
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Price: *$187,000.00
Year: 1917
Make: CROW
Model: LAKESTER
Style: CUSTOM ROADSTER
VIN: 9692
Exterior Color: SILVER
Interior Color: GREY
Cylinders: 4  
Engine Size: 1800CC  
Transmission: 5-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: Hand-built car made from the wing tip tank from a Lockheed Super Constellation aircraft. Custom made with a combination of aircraft parts and vintage car parts. A 2-person, turbocharged, HEMI 4 cylinder speedster in the style of a vintage salt flat racer.
Details: “Lockheed Lakester”. All aluminum wingtip tank has been transformed into a 2-person, turbocharged, HEMI 4-cylinder speedster in the style of a vintage salt flat racer. Faithful to its aviation theme, it is a unique hybrid of automotive and aviation components, celebrating man’s longtime passion for airplanes and automobiles. The cockpit features gunner seats from a Lockeed Neptune submarine chase. Directional control is achieved by a vintage steering wheel from a 1948 Rockwell Aero Commander, in lieu of a speedo, airspeed is measured by a pitot tube and air speed indicator. This is avery rare wing tip tank from a 50s Lockheed Super Constellation

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 960.1 – 1934 PACKARD EIGHT SERIES II 4 DOOR SEDAN

Lot Number: 960.1  

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Price:

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Year:

1934

Make:

PACKARD

Model:

EIGHT

Style:

SERIES II 4 DOOR SEDAN

VIN:

378581

Exterior Color:

 

Interior Color:

 

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

3-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

This 1934 Packard 8 is in excellent condition and features an 8 cylinder 120hp engine and manual transmission. From the Jimmy Richardson Collection.

Details:

This Packard is one of 5,148 Packard Eights produced in 1934, known as Model 8, Series II or more commonly known as the 703 Eight sedan. The motor number is also part of the VIN number and shows to be a mid-production car. Several detail changes were added this model year. An oil temperature regulator was added and the gas tank filler was built into the left rear tail light assembly. The new bumpers were slotted, creating a double-bar look. The car was re-engineered for radio, requiring a larger heavy duty generator with a vacuum tube radio being an option. The pivot window treatment of the previous years gave way to an angle vent wing. The car is in excellent condition and has been part of the Big Pop’s Garage collection for many years. Finished in red with black trim, this car will make a stately impression wherever you drive or show. The Packard 8 cylinder 120hp engine was considered very powerful in its time. This car has won an AACA event and received its National First Place prize. From the Jimmy Richardson Collection.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1009 – 1955 CHEVROLET NOMAD CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP

Lot Number:

1009

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$181,500.00
Year: 1955
Make: CHEVROLET
Model: NOMAD
Style: CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP
VIN: VC55N139398
Exterior Color: BLUE
Interior Color: BLACK/WHITE
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 555  
Transmission: AUTOMATIC  
Summary: Edelbrock Musi fuel injected 555/677hp engine, Gear Vendors overdrive, Kugel independent rear suspension, Roadster Shop chassis and all body work done on the underside.
Details: This custom Nomad has undergone a 4-year, ground-up rotisserie restoration. Countless hours of labor have been invested into this project. The car features a 555cid fuel injected Edelbrock Musi crate engine, dyno-tuned at 677hp. Installed is a Raptor Turbo 400 automatic transmission with Gear Vendors overdrive, all selected by the push of a button. Chassis is a Roadster Shop custom with Kugel independent rear suspension and QA1 coilover front suspension. Power rack & pinion steering, Wilwood 6-piston brakes with cross drilled rotors, 4″ aluminum drive shaft, Rick’s stainless fuel tank, Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump, Jet Hot coated 3″ exhaust and MagnaFlow stainless mufflers. The body was blasted to bare metal, all metal work done correctly, recessed firewall, floors raised 3″, hood cut to match air cleaner, grille opening widened, wheel tubbed, power tailgate, power gas fill tail light and front bumper flipped ducted front brake cooling. The body was then primed, blocked, sealed, based and cleared using all DuPont products. Viper Blue and Snow White hot hues were used. 20″ rears and 18″ fronts Billet Specialties flare wheels with Michelin PS2 tires all the way around. Most of the stainless trim is original and polished. The engine compartment was done using extreme care, as not to see any wiring or air conditioning hoses. The interior features Vintage Air air conditioning, Venteck push-button transmission, passive keyless entry system with push button start, leather seats and floor boards, floors covered with Dynamat and Dynamat Xtreme. Kenwood sound system with JL audio speakers and amplifier. The buyer will receive dyno sheet, video, restoration pictures from start to finish and a really cool car.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1293 – 1964 CADILLAC HEARSE

Lot Number: 1293  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$176,000.00

Year:

1964

Make:

CADILLAC

Model:

 

Style:

HEARSE

VIN:

64Z000050

Exterior Color:

WHITE

Interior Color:

WHITE/GREEN

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

429  

Transmission:

4-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

Used to transport President Kennedy from Parkland Memorial Hospital to the airport at Love Field.

Details:

Who could ever imagine that a single object can represent such a significant piece of American history? Even more amazing is the raw emotion that this object evokes from every man, woman and child who was alive that very fateful day on the 22nd of November, 1963. This 1964 Miller-Meteor hearse arrived in Dallas in October, 1963 for the National Funeral Directors Association Convention. It was the display vehicle as a new model year introduction for the 1964 and its body #64001. It was purchased by the O’Neal Funeral Home located in Dallas when the convention ended. History collided with this hearse that unforgettable day at Parkland Memorial shortly thereafter. There are hundreds of different theories, conspiracies and stories that are argued to this very day, but there are certain know facts that are undisputable. The Lincoln convertible that the president rode in has been reconfigured at least once and no longer retains its originality and is located in the Henry Ford Museum. The pedigree and originality of this car is impeccable and without question. This hearse has only changed hands two times. The first titled owner was O’Neal Funeral Home, the second owner was Arrdeen Vaughan and he has owned the car for over 40 years, where it was kept in a private collection. It is titled to us and we have copies of the previous titles. It carried the president and first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, from Parkland Memorial Hospital to the airport at Love Field. It not only carried away the president for the last time, it signified the end of the age of innocence, the end of Camelot and the end of so many hopes and dreams for one of the most beloved presidents of all time. Upon arrival at Air Force One, Vice-President Johnson was sworn into office and became the new President of the United States. The O’Neal Funeral Home supplied the casket and their new hearse for this unprecedented event. It was sold a few year later to another funeral home, Vaughan, to be kept in a private collection where it has been for over 40 years. Aubrey Rike worked for the O’Neal Funeral Home and was the driver of this car that fateful day in 1963. The O’Neal Funeral Home had the contract with Parkland Memorial Hospital for both the hearse and ambulance service. Aubrey Rike had spent much of his life lecturing nationwide and wrote a book about his role, along with this Cadillac, from his perspective called “At the Door of Memory.” Aubrey Rike passed away in 2010.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1019 – 1968 DODGE HEMI DART SUPER STOCK

Lot Number:

1019

 

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Price: *$176,000.00
Year: 1968
Make: DODGE
Model: HEMI DART
Style: SUPER STOCK
VIN: L023M8B323850
Exterior Color:  
Interior Color:  
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 426  
Transmission:    
Summary: This was the only export HEMI Dart racer. It went to Canada but came to the US to race. Raced very successfully. Now having a fresh Dale Reed Race HEMI 700hp with dyno sheet. An unreal animal to drive.From the Jim Mangione Collection.
Details: Powered by the notorious 426 HEMI V8 with an automatic transmission and a DANA rear end. This car was sold new at CrossTown Motors in Edmonton, Alberta in 1968. It is the only HEMI Dart exported to Canada. Bought new by Cam NoseWorthy of Alberta and was raced as the “Demented Dart”. It was raced successfully all over Canada and the United States. Driven by Cam NoseWorthy and Dick Painter. This historical racer had the engine professionally freshened by Dale Reed in 2011 with receipts, engine specs and dyno sheet. Inspected by Galen Govier and is listed in Chrysler Registry on October 25,2007 in the S/S HEMI Registry. **From the Jim Mangione Collection**

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 5004.2 – 1946 DELAHAYE 135 MS PROTOTYPE

Lot Number: 5004.2  

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Price:

$175,000.00

Year:

1946

Make:

DELAHAYE

Model:

135 MS

Style:

PROTOTYPE

VIN:

800518

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

 

Cylinders:

0  

Engine Size:

0  

Transmission:

4-SPEED  

Summary:

This 135 MS prototype came to life as a factory demo to promote the concessionaires, exporters and shippers for Delahaye in the UK. Built on a Delahaye chassis, inline 6 cylinder 3.5 Litre with Cotal semi-automatic transmission and Solex HD 44 carbs.

Details:

This spectacular roadster was the idea of Alan Selborne who wanted to market a Delahaye which was a cross between a racing car and a road car. He asked Guy Jason Henry to design and build a car along these lines for him and the 135 chassis was delivered to Guy’s workshop in 1949. Mr. Selborne was the Delahaye distributor for England. The design for this car was conceived before the war but was not completed until 1950. The engine is the same as those installed in the factory 135MS race cars and is fitted with triple Solex Siamese carburetors. The body is lightweight aluminum alloy. After completion the car was exhibited on the Delahaye stand at Earls Court Motor Show in 1950 before going to its first owner Alex Korda, a famous Hollywood producer. It then went to English actor Hubert Reese, who purchased the car in the late 1950’s. Carlton Coolidge became the next owner in 1972 and Delahaye expert Richard Adatto owned the car from 1979 until 2001. The car was restored then shown at Pebble Beach Concours in 1982 where it placed second in the Delahaye class. The car was recently cosmetically freshened up before competing in the Colorado Grand flawlessly. The engine, transmission, body and chassis are all original. The car has been successfully vintage raced in Monterey, where it took a second and fourth place. From the Blackhawk Collection.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 3053 – 2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS MILITARY TRIBUTE

Lot Number:

3053

 

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Status: SOLD FOR CHARITY
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: $175,000.00
Year: 2010
Make: CHEVROLET
Model: CAMARO SS
Style: MILITARY TRIBUTE
VIN: 2G1FT1EW7A9000355
Exterior Color:  
Interior Color:  
Cylinders: V8  
Engine Size:    
Transmission: 6-SPEED MANUAL  
   
Details: The Military Tribute Camaro was commissioned to proudly honor the men and women of America’s Armed Forces and represents all five branches and features some of the military’s highest individual awards and current campaign medals on separate sections of the vehicle. All proceeds from the sale of this vehicle will benefit the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans. Army (front driver side) – Navy (rear driver side) – Marine Corps (front passenger side) – Air Force (rear passenger side) – Coast Guard (vehicle trunk) – Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star and Afghanistan Campaign Medal (driver side) – Navy Cross, Bronze Star and Iraq Campaign Medal (passenger side). This rolling work of art features the work of world-renowned airbrush artist Mickey Harris. Harris grew up on military installations and has been airbrushing for 33 years and has an extensive portfolio of military art. His concept for the Military Tribute Camaro was simple: to honor those who serve and have served. Mickey explained, “I wanted something that accented the body lines and also told the story of the armed services. It became two paintings in one. I call it Strength and Honor. The strength is the silver of the car, and the honor is the many scenes.” General Motors has a long-standing commitment to support the men and women serving our country and is a proud sponsor of the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans. Since its inception in 2004, Achilles works closely with the physical therapists at Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda, MD; Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, CA; and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX. These young military men and women are coming back to the U.S. with severe physical and emotional injuries. Program participants are encouraged to begin training for competitive sports marathons as a way to build strength and self-confidence, using prosthetics and hand-crank wheelchairs. All injured military personnel and veterans are eligible for the program, whether the injury is combat or non-combat related. **ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT ACHILLES FOUNDATION** **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 3PM SUNDAY JANUARY 22, 2012**

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1256.2 – 1968 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 2 DOOR POST

Lot Number: 1256.2  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$170,500.00

Year:

1968

Make:

PLYMOUTH

Model:

ROAD RUNNER

Style:

2 DOOR POST

VIN:

RM21J8G134829

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

BLUE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

426  

Transmission:

4-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

One of the finest 1968 HEMI Road Runners in existence. Electric Blue, matching numbers 4-speed car.

Details:

Rotisserie restored, nut and bolt restoration done to extremely high standards. Original matching numbers drivetrain, 426cid HEMI, 4-speed transmission, DANA rear, retaining it’s original body numbers and Fender Tag. Documented by Galen Govier with a full visual inspection and by a partial Broadcast Sheet. Finished in it’s original QQ1 Electric Blue paint with light blue interior. A lot of attention to detail which includes bias ply red line tires, date coded plug wires, date coded exhaust, correct style battery, etc. Documented Electric Blue, matching numbers and HEMI 4-speed. It just doesn’t get any better. Extremely rare limited production HEMI car. One of 449 1968 HEMI 4-speed 2 door coupes produced and listed as number five of just 63 accounted for in the Chrysler Registry.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1284 – 1970 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE LS6 2 DOOR HARDTOP

Lot Number:

1284

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$165,000.00
Year: 1970
Make: CHEVROLET
Model: CHEVELLE LS6
Style: 2 DOOR HARDTOP
VIN: 136370B144642
Exterior Color: DAYTONA YELLOW W/BLACK STRIPES
Interior Color: IVORY
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: LS6 454  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: An exceptional nut and bolt rotisserie restoration was completed in 2008. Heavily documented 1970 Chevelle LS6 COPO with the ultra-rare and desirable LS6 454/450hp engine and close ratio M22 4-speed manual transmission.
Details: Expertly and precisely restored, matching numbers LS6. Manufactured at the Baltimore, Md. production plant for export to Dick Irwin Chevrolet, this ultra-rare COPO Chevelle came factory equipped with the following options: ASI front bucket seats, center console, firm ride and handling suspension, 4.10 ratio rear end, posi-traction, power brakes, LS6 454/450hp V8 with M22 close ratio transmission, power steering, Cowl Induction hood system and SS package. All of this and more is fully documented and supported with two original Build Sheets, original GM microfiche, GM of Canada document and a copy of the original renewal certificate. This Chevelle’s spectacular special order paint of Daytona Yellow was reapplied over all of its original body panels. The look is absolutely stunning in this desirable color. Equally stunning is the immaculate ivory interior that is completely stock right down to the factory AM 8-Track radio.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1260 – 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS CUSTOM COUPE

Lot Number: 1260  

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SCOTTSDALE 2012

Status:

SOLD

Sale Type:

NO RESERVE

Price:

*$165,000.00

Year:

1969

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

CAMARO SS

Style:

CUSTOM COUPE

VIN:

124379N670601

Exterior Color:

BLACK

Interior Color:

BLACK

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

MANUAL  

Summary:

Pro-Touring Camaro with modified LS7 crate motor, 6-speed, Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension and Hydroformed subframe, Forgeline wheels, Wilwood 6-piston brakes, Vintage Air, electric windows, custom interior and mirror like paint.

Details:

This car just emerged from a 2-year, true no-expense-spared and professionally done transformation by Paine Street Rods. All new sheet metal. Doors and all panels gapped and seams filled. Front and rear bumpers were tucked, narrowed, smoothed, painted or chromed. Antennae and emblem holes filled, rear spoiler tucked. Powdercoated window trim. Painted to mirror finish with DuPont single stage urethane black. Lightly modified LS7 dry sump crate motor custom tuned by Mike Norris motorsports with 630hp. Billet aluminum valve covers, hidden coil packs, custom sheet metal intake by Precision Metalcraft. 4″ cold air only induction tube, Wegner billet drive system, custom fabricated oil reservoir. Custom 3″ ceramic coated exhaust, Magnaflow mufflers, smoothed firewall, custom metal close out panel with custom hood latch, Prodigy aluminum radiator with dual fans. Ringbrothers billet black powdercoated hood hinges, billet clutch fluid reservoir, billet door strikers, billet anodized sequential tail lights and billet driving lights. Detroit Speed products include hydroformed front subframe with rack & pinion steering, coil over shocks, tubular A-arms, speedway style sway bar, QUADRALink rear suspension and sway bar, narrowed Moser 12-bolt 4.10 rear end, Select-A-Speed intermittent windshield wiper, weld in sub frame connectors, mini tubs, billet rear battery mount, Ricks Custom fitted stainless steel tank with Aeromotive 340 fuel pump, Forgeline 19×12 and 18×10 3-piece wheels, Wilwood 14″ drilled and slotted rotors, 6 and 4-piston calipers, aluminum master cylinder, custom interior with Detroit Speed dash, Momo tilt wheel, Autometer gauges, custom console, door panels, Dynamat extreme sound deadner throughout, electric windows, Vintage Air and high end stereo. This car is the real deal.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1257.2 – 1969 SHELBY GT500 FASTBACK

Lot Number:

1257.2

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$165,000.00
Year: 1969
Make: SHELBY
Model: GT500
Style: FASTBACK
VIN: 9F02R480665
Exterior Color: GULFSTREAM AQUA
Interior Color: BLACK
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 428  
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL  
Summary: One of only 1,534 1969/1970 GT500 Fastbacks. Original R Code 428/335hp Cobra Jet with 3.50 Traction-Lok and close-ratio 4-speed. Matching numbers. Light cosmetic restoration just completed. Elite Marti report included. Former show and photo car.
Details: One of only 1,534 1969/1970 Shelby GT500 Fastbacks produced. This Shelby GT500 is equipped with the original R code 428/335hp Cobra Jet Ram Air engine with 3.50 traction-lok rear axle and close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. All matching numbers drivetrain. The car has just completed a light cosmetic restoration and is mostly original. Options include power steering, power brakes, clock, AM radio and fold-down sport deck rear seats. Photocopies of the Shelby American World Registry entries are included. Per the Shelby American World Registry, the car was used as a DST show car, as well as a Goodyear photo car at Ford’s expense. The Shelby was ordered with special paint code F5, Gulfstream Aqua, with a black interior. Elite Marti report is included. Photos of the cosmetic restoration are included in a hardcover bound album, as well as in digital format. Engine casting numbers are included. This is an opportunity to purchase a very rare, mostly original, documented, matching numbers driveline Shelby GT500 and should not be missed. Glove box signed by Carroll Shelby

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1263 – 1967 SHELBY GT350 FASTBACK

Lot Number: 1263  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$165,000.00

Year:

1967

Make:

SHELBY

Model:

GT350

Style:

FASTBACK

VIN:

67213F5A02545

Exterior Color:

DARK MOSS GREEN

Interior Color:

BLACK

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

   

Transmission:

3-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

#2545, Dark Moss Green exterior and black interior. Special order. Very highly optioned including air conditioning, Magstars and California emissions. Numbers match. One of one with option combination. Professional restoration. SAAC Concours Gold.

Details:

#2545 is beautifully finished in her original color of Dark Moss Green with a black interior. This Shelby was a special order at Carroll Shelby dealership, Hi-Performance Motors. In addition to the base Ford performance equipment and the Shelby unique modifications, Hi-Performance Motors specified a large number of options raising the sticker price of this GT350 by 25%. These options included automatic transmission, air conditioning, Magstars, radio, California emissions and tinted glass. This car is well documented with copies of the original Shelby American invoices. It went unsold at Hi-Performance Motors and was traded to another performance Ford dealership in Pennsylvania, Pletcher Ford. All of the original literature, Shelby owner’s manual, Ford Performance manual, sales and warranty information are included. A copy of the Window Sticker and a Marti Report, demonstrating this Shelby to be one of one with these options, complete this Shelby’s documentation. #2545’s history documents her move to Texas prior to her current owner’s purchase. A ground-up, concours restoration to SAAC Division II standards was completed by Tri-City Mustang Restoration in St. Charles, MI. This car is matching numbers and all original ford sheet metal and components, as well as difficult to find Shelby parts were retained during the restoration. All major components are date code correct. An original 1967 Mustang AM/FM radio was added during the restoration. A complete photographic record of the restoration and copies of all invoices will be provided. Given the additional comfort oriented options on top of the special Shelby and Ford equipment, this car is a comfortable and rewarding performance car to drive. National awards and recognition received include achieving Concours “Triple Crown” status by winning SAAC-36 Gold, a MCA Grand National Gold and a Team Shelby Diamond Award. Other recognition received includes an invitation to the Concours of America, A SAAC Indiana Gold Concours Gold and multiple MCA Club awards including Best in Class and Best of Show. The passenger side dash is numbered and signed by Carroll Shelby. Also added by Mr. Shelby is a very fitting note for the car, “Green with Envy.”

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1231 – 1955 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ROADSTER

Lot Number:

1231

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$165,000.00
Year: 1955
Make: CHEVROLET
Model: CORVETTE
Style: ROADSTER
VIN: VE55S001030
Exterior Color: PENNANT BLUE
Interior Color: TAN
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 265  
Transmission: AUTOMATIC  
Summary: 265/195hp with automatic transmission. Original Pennant Blue with tan top and tan interior. This one is number 30 of just 700 produced in 1955.
Details: This 1955 Chevrolet Corvette roadster is an extraordinary example of Corvette’s introductory body style, introduced with the 1953 model. During the 1955 production year only 700 Corvette models were produced and this one was number 30. The Pennant Blue color on this ’55 Corvette was found on only 45 of the 700 built in 1955. NCRS Chapter Top Flight in 2002 with score of 99 and National Top Flight in 2002 with score of 97.2. The stock 265cid V8 producing 195hp with the Powerglide automatic transmission adds to the originality represented by this stunning Corvette. In addition, this one comes equipped with an original Wonder Bar radio, side windows, window bag shielding and coil cover adding to the appeal of this collectible classic. This Corvette spent most of its life in California and is in truly amazing condition, inside, outside and mechanically.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1243.2 – 1956 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number: 1243.2  

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Sale Type:

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Price:

*$165,000.00

Year:

1956

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

BEL AIR

Style:

CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

VIN:

VC56L064970

Exterior Color:

BLUE/WHITE

Interior Color:

WHITE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

LS3  

Transmission:

6-SPEED  

Summary:

Show quality frame-off, no-expense-spared build. 2010 LS3 all-aluminum engine with billet polished accessories and 6L80E 6-speed push button transmission with sport mode paddle shifter on steering column. All custom dash and leather interior.

Details:

Custom Resto-Mod with show quality full frame-off, no-expense-spared build in the stunning blue and white paint. 2010 LS3 all aluminum engine with custom covers, braided hoses, ARP fitting throughout, polished stainless waterlines, custom aluminum radiator and Billet Specialties polished engine compartment. 6L80E 6-speed automatic transmission with Retoroteck push button shifter and twist machine polished paddle shifter for sport mode, Ford 9″ posi-traction rear end with 3.70 gears, Heidts chrome tubular A-frame, 2″ drop spindles, Air Ride Technologies air suspension with shockwaves internal laser sensors and Ridetech Pro-3 controls, disc brakes on front and rear with polished calipers, Intro Twisted Matrix 18″ front and 20″ rear wheels wrapped in Nitto tires, polished stainless fuel tank and one piece “smoothie” front and rear bumpers. Custom dash molded into console, AutoMeter gauges, Ididit polished tilt steering column with leather wrapped wheel and paddle shifter, custom white leather interior with trim that matches exterior side trim and trunk finished link interior. Power windows, power top, power seats, Vintage Air conditioning, Alpine stereo DVD/CD player with 7″ TV screen, new white convertible top with all chrome brackets. A super Chevy Magazine feature car with only 1,900 miles on build.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1305.1 – 1956 DESOTO FIREFLITE CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number:

1305.1

 

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Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: *$165,000.00
Year: 1956
Make: DESOTO
Model: FIREFLITE
Style: CONVERTIBLE
VIN: 50368711
Exterior Color: LAVENDER/MAUVE
Interior Color: PINK/WHITE
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 330  
Transmission: 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC  
Summary: Complete body-off frame restoration has been done. Totally restored mechanically and cosmetically including dual-quad carburetors with batwing air cleaner.
Details: This ’56 Fireflite convertible has just had a complete body-off frame restoration done to the highest standards, with a rare and spectacular color combination of plum and lavender. Totally restored mechanically and cosmetically, including the dual-quad carburetor setup with factory Bat Wing air cleaner. The engine compartment and undercarriage sparkle and are fully detailed. Also included are rare options of the DeSoto-matic Benrus self-winding steering wheel mounted clock and Highway Hi-Fi in-car phonograph. Equipped with 330cid HEMI V8 engine and 3-speed transmission.

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1280.1 – 1958 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

Lot Number: 1280.1  

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Status:

SOLD

Sale Type:

NO RESERVE

Price:

*$161,700.00

Year:

1958

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

CORVETTE

Style:

CONVERTIBLE

VIN:

J58S104755

Exterior Color:

BLUE

Interior Color:

BLUE

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

283/290  

Transmission:

4-SPEED MANUAL  

Summary:

Bloomington Gold certified June 2009 and NCRS Regional Top Flight May 2010. One of 144 HD brake and suspension ’58s made. NOS tires, restored over six years and receipts included.

Details:

Professionally restored from 2003 to 2009 with restoration receipts included. DeGregory restored fuel injection. Rides on NOS tires. Glasswork restored hardtop. Original fiberglass front brake ducts, only found on big brake cars. NOS diamond door weatherstripes. NOS big brake hubcaps and wheel cylinders. California and Arizona history with beautiful condition chassis with a rust-free frame. Extensive documentation of the restoration.

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 3033 – 2012 FORD MUSTANG GT CUSTOM COUPE

Lot Number:

3033

 

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Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
Status: SOLD FOR CHARITY
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price: $160,000.00
Year: 2012
Make: FORD
Model: MUSTANG GT
Style: CUSTOM COUPE
VIN: 1ZVBP8CF9C5206666
Exterior Color: RED
Interior Color: BLACK
Cylinders: 8  
Engine Size: 5.0 LITER  
Transmission: 6-SPEED  
Summary: One-of-a-kind with blown 5.0 Liter engine, competition cam, 6-speed manual, Wilwood brakes/rotors, Forgiato custom wheels. All proceeds to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Will be sold at approximately 8PM on Friday, January 20, 2012.
Details: SPX Commissioned this “one-of-a-kind” Ford Mustang created in collaboration with Ford Racing and the amazing craftsmen at Galpin Auto Sports to be auctioned off at Barrett-Jackson’s 2012 Scottsdale auction with all proceeds donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Founded in 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee by the late entertainer Danny Thomas, St. Jude Children’s research Hospital treats children with cancer and other catastrophic childhood diseases. SPX is a Charlotte-based, Fortune 500 multi-industry manufacturer with operations in more than 35 countries. SPX’s highly engineered solutions support three critical needs around the world: electricity, processed foods and beverages, and vehicle service. SPX has a history of supporting St. Jude with the help of Barrett-Jackson. As Chris Kearney, Chairman, President and CEO of SPX shares, “St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is an excellent organization that does amazing work. Over the past two years, we’ve worked with Barrett-Jackson to raise more than $450,000 toward St. Jude’s fundraising efforts, and we look forward to adding to that sum with this year’s auction.” “The 1969 Ford BOSS 429 Mustang inspired this year’s effort,” notes Dave Kowalski, Vice President of SPX. “SPX wanted to blend modern technology and capture the stealthy essence of 60’s muscle cars,” he adds. It seems both 5.0 Mustang Magazine and Rides Magazine agree SPX achieved their goals as each magazine featured the SPX/St. Jude Mustang on their covers. Renowned Galpin Auto Sports (GAS) of California developed the Mustang to “perform as well as it looks,” said Ted Mengiste, director at GAS. Galpin widened the Mustang body nine inches, using all hand-rolled metal fabrication. As Ted points out, “We gave it a blown 5.0L Ford Engine with a competition cam, producing over 700 hp, coupled to a Getrag 6-speed manual transmission and other bits and pieces from Ford Racing.” Wilwood brakes and rotors were installed for braking. While the 22X14 and 22X11 Forgiato three-piece custom wheels with Pirelli Tires help transmit over 630 ft lbs of torque “to the ground.” Its black interior is accented in red suede with headrests that give tribute to St. Jude. Sunpro, a product of SPX, provided gauges. The Mustang audio system is upgraded with massive JLT speakers and amps, while maintaining the original stock head unit. The exterior is painted in a unique PPG red, reminiscent of the 60’s candy apple red paint jobs. Performance lowering spring, Bassani exhaust, BOSS Laguna Seca pedestal spoiler, and the 1969 BOSS 429 hood scoop round out this highly customized muscle car. **ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL** **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 8PM ON FRIDAY, January 20, 2012**

 

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 1276 – 1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP

Lot Number: 1276  

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Auction:

SCOTTSDALE 2012

Status:

SOLD

Sale Type:

NO RESERVE

Price:

*$159,500.00

Year:

1955

Make:

CHEVROLET

Model:

BEL AIR

Style:

CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP

VIN:

AZ331053

Exterior Color:

RED KANDY

Interior Color:

CHAMOIS

Cylinders:

8  

Engine Size:

6.0 LITER  

Transmission:

4-SPEED AUTOMATIC  

Summary:

6.0 Liter LS2 engine with 400hp, 4L60E transmission, many body modifications, Red Nectarine Kandy paint, custom leather interior and one-off Budnik wheels.

Details:

The workmanship and brilliance of this car is breath taking. The roof has been chopped 1″, drip rails removed, flippers removed, custom fitted glass, hood pancaked 1 1/2″, front fenders lowered 3/4″ and parking lights flushed. Front and rear bumpers were smoothed, reshaped and tucked in. Rockers increased 1 3/8″ and side trim was custom machined, smoothed and chromed. Door handles shaved, custom made taillights, wheel wells smoothed with no visible lip or seams, custom chassis with polished steel A-arms, rack & pinion steering, chromed 4-link rear suspension, coil over adjustable shocks, 9″ posi-traction rear end, 14″ disc brakes and stainless steel gas tank. Engine is fuel injected LS2 engine with 400hp and 4L60E transmission. Polished block and transmission, polished and chromed lines and brackets and custom hood hinges. One-off Budnik rims with 18″ in front and 20″ in rear. Interior has been done in fine leather and Mercedes wool carpet with power front seats. Vintage Air, AM/FM/CD and Ididit steering column complete the interior. Exterior is Red Nectarine Candy 3-stage paint with European hard clear coat that is highly reflective. The craftsmanship is reflected in the smooth and flat body panels, as well as the tight gaps. When designing the car, every inch was taken into consideration. Our thoughts were to keep the ’55 look, but enhance the body lines. The car has received numerous awards including ISCA International Custom Champion in 2009, Dallas Autorama Dazzling Diamond Award, Salt Lake City Autorama Wasatch Cup Award, Hot August Nights Best of Show – Grand Sierra Hotel & Casino, Sacramento Autorama Custom d’Elegance, Littlerock Top of the Rock – Best of Show, Super Nationals Best of Show and more. **PREVIOUS TITLE AS A BOND**

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