C Code 1965 Mustang. Meticulously restored cosmetically and mechanically. Rust and bondo-free car with extremely straight, accident-free body. 289 V8, C4 automatic transmission, disc brakes and dual exhaust. Runs and drives excellent. Tons of receipts.
Volkswagen Thing 181 with the stunning Dove Blue paint and a clean, simple stock black interior. It features its factory original 1.6 Liter highly detailed engine with dual Weber carburetors. Laid out on Satin Black wheels.
Well-preserved original paint, California FJ40. Family-owned all its life and garage kept. Original dealer plates and documentation. Rebuilt upgrade 2F engine with less than 3,000 miles. 4-speed manual transmission and safari roof rack.
Restored in 2014. New paint, interior and tires. Matching numbers drivetrain. Hard-to-find original Bronco, not modified. Original 6 cylinder engine. Runs good. Three-on-the-tree transmission. Very clean.
This stately car is from Arizona. It has not been restored, so it is not perfect, but the V12 is smooth and quiet. Great-looking dark blue exterior with a blue interior and a great car to get in and drive.
Reliable Resto-Mod convertible has stock appearance, GM 350cid engine, transmission and air conditioning. It is yellow with tan interior and chocolate piping. Features full power, rear view camera and CD player. An impressive driver.
Started life as a Monte Carlo, rebadged as a Holden in anticipation of road racing in Australia. Built in GM's Skunk Works. Plans changed and GM decided to run it at Pikes Peak and won the sedan class. Sold on Bill of Sale only.
1993 Pontiac Firebird IMSA race car won the highly competitive Firehawk Series Championship besting the likes of Porsche, Camaro, Mustang, etc. Driven by Doug Goad. Out of GM's Heritage Collection. In as raced condition and very fast. Sold on Scrap title.
This car is an original 1967 big block El Camino. Equipped with a 396cid V8, Turbo 400 transmission and 12-bolt rear end. The car was in excellent condition before restoration. Body was completely stripped and professionally painted Fathom Green.
This Huckster Wagon is beautifully restored with original engine. It's fun to drive or ride in. Great parade truck or add to your collection. It has all-new wiring, new Coker tires and new wood body. Hand crank works great.
This stunning classic was fully restored paying close attention to detail. Powered by a Chevrolet V8 power plant, this truck is very reliable and dependable. This iconic Chevy is being sold with complete photos of the restoration.
This is a frame-off restored real GS 455cid with Stage 1 upgrade, Muncie 4-speed Rock Crusher transmission, 12-bolt posi-traction rear with 3.73 gears, power steering and front disc brakes, AM radio with new Rally wheels and tires.
Rotisserie restored, matching numbers drivetrain. Original factory color combination, factory air conditioning, power steering, disc brakes, powder coated undercarriage, and 350cid power plant. Runs and drives great. All work professionally done.
One-off paint scheme, new construction with less than 100 miles since completion. 1,915cc air-cooled motor, dual carburetors, performance upgrades including front disc brakes, hard racing fairings, tonneau boot and softtop with side curtains.
This iconic double nickel Chevy high performance classic has been restored to a nostalgic look with today's modern performance enhancements. Powered by a fresh, high performance V8 matched with an automatic transmission. This pickup runs and drives great.
The Mod Top's options included a floral pattern vinyl roof, a deluxe interior covered with matching floral pattern seat inserts, door panels and set of Mod Top decals on the rear quarter windows. Build Sheet.
Rare custom with factory features: unboltable convertible hardtop and fold-down windshield. Body-off painstakingly detailed restoration inside and out with GM crated V8 engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning and 4-wheel disc brakes.
Professional California frame-off restoration, 16-year project. Multiple People's Choice or Best of Show winner. Highly custom, this truck turns heads. Has build pictures and receipts. Sold as a pair with Lot 244.1.
Custom built from the ground up. Won the 1958-1967 Restored Class at the 2014 Cleveland Piston Powered Autorama. Has upgraded pony interior inside, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. 3,000 miles on its 289 HiPo V8 engine rebuild.
Well-maintained in correct Poppy Red paint with white top, new bucket seat white pony interior, console and Rally Pack gauges. A Code 289/225hp V8 engine, factory 4-speed manual transmission and 1967 Shelby 10-spoke wheels.
Re-creation A Code 289 V8, power steering, 4-speed, air conditioning, disc brakes, power top, GT fog lights, wheels, emblems and dual exhaust. Just completed restoration on very nice rust-free New Mexico car.
2005 Viper Copperhead with 5,900 original miles. Under the hood is a 505cid 8.3 Liter V10 backed by a 6-speed manual transmission. Limited Edition #264 of 300. Fully loaded. This unmodified original collector car is excellent condition.
Long life California truck. Total body-off restoration, beautiful red and white two-tone paint with matching deluxe interior. This truck is equipped with the 283 V8 engine, 4 barrel carburetor and 3-speed column shift transmission with rare overdrive.
Full rotisserie restoration on an SS 396 with a 4-speed, 12-bolt with factory traction bar, console, tachometer and gauges. Bolero Red with black top and interior, power top, power disc brakes and power steering. 14"x6" Rally wheels.
Custom short bed pickup that just completed an extensive restoration. Finished in Tuxedo Black with red interior. Powered by a 350cid V8 backed up by an automatic transmission and Mustang II-type front suspension with disc brakes.
Rare S code 390cid, fully restored, red with black interior, 4-speed manual, Ram Air with Shaker Hood, original Build Sheet, Elite Marti Report, full documentation with pictures and receipts of fresh restoration. Only 500 miles since restoration.
402 big block Chevy engine, 400 transmission and open rear end. All original body panels. Power steering, power brakes, power windows, air conditioning, and 17" and 20" wheels. Car is all new and professionally built.
LS1 engine with Thunder Racing cam and headwork, and T56 6-speed transmission. Vintage Air Gen IV air and heat system, Billet Specialties SLX custom wheels, big brakes, suspension tuning and Kenwood audio.
Custom Resto-Mod creation. Fresh ground-up restoration completed by its current owner. 510hp Dart Racing 427 stroker motor with a TKO 600 5-speed transmission. Unbelievable build of a California rust-free car with nothing overlooked.
This stunning classic has undergone a complete professional restoration. It is in excellent condition inside and out. Powered by a 221cid Flathead V8 matched to a 3-speed floor shifted manual transmission.
Stunning Acapulco Blue 428cid, 4-speed Mach 1. Rare Q Code car with new seats, carpet and dash. Original Rally wheels on new Goodyear Polyglas tires. Rebuilt rear end, updated electric ignition, new carburetor, intake, water pump and aluminum heads.
Resto-Mod featuring an LS1 engine with Keisler 5-speed transmission. White and black exterior with matching houndstooth interior. Black Rocket wheels. 4-piston Wilwood disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors, Bilstein shocks and tubular control arms.
The M50 was H-D's $225 response to the inexpensive scooters and small motorcycles coming in from Japan. Marketed for two years (1965 and 1966), this example has been completely restored. The 50-cc 2-stroke single cylinder engine delivers over 100 mpg.
This 1957 Cushman Eagle scooter and sidecar combination has been completely restored. Equipped with Cushman fork fairing, Cushman speedometer and oil bath air cleaner. The Cushman Husky 4-stroke single cylinder engine runs and has plenty of power.
To commemorate the 60 years of NASCAR this bike is #60 of 60 custom motorcycles built. The 60th bike, like all of the NASCAR 60th Anniversary Bikes, is uniquely badged and powered by a 110cid Screaming Eagle twin.
This was Ford's answer to the Chevrolet Nomad. This is a one-year car. Professional ground-up restoration to award winning specifications. Powered by a 292/200hp Thunderbird V8 with a 3-speed manual overdrive transmission.
Fully restored as it appeared in the 4th season of "I Love Lucy." Airing on January 3, 1955 in episode 109,then in subsequent episodes 110, 111, 112, 113 and 114 as a product placement deal with General Motors.
This in-progress project vehicle is a mocked-up rolling chassis without an engine or transmission. From appearances, the modified firewall indicates a modern V8 and enlarged transmission tunnel is ready for an automatic transmission.
This 1940 Ford DeLuxe convertible coupe is one of 23,704 built. A rolling shell with pristine panels, Boyd's vision called for largely stock outward appearance accentuated by a lowered stance and massive rolling stock
This Boyd Coddington work-in-progress is now midway through its custom transformation. All body panels are original steel and it doesn't take much imagination to envision the potential of the final result.
Initially chopped and loosely mocked up by Boyd's shop, Ron Pratte decided to complete this pickup truck. Professionally completed with power by a Roush 427/460hp V8 and Tremec 5-speed transmission with only 200 test miles since completion.
This is one of the most famous Deuce roadsters in today's Hot Rodding, built by Boyd Coddington on Discovery Channel's "American Hot Rod." All steel and powered by a 350cid Chevy with a Turbo 350 transmission and a Winters quick-change rear end.
Built by Boyd's Garage in 2003, the Junkyard Dog 1956 Chevy 210 Resto-Mod is powered by a Ram Jet 502 with a Richmond 5-speed and 4-whell disc brakes. This is one of the cars that lead the Resto-Mod trend.
Named "Crazy Horse," this fastback by Boyd Coddington was created on the popular "American Hot Rod" series on Discovery Channel. The Ford Motorsports engine is mated to a C4 transmission, Currie rear end withair conditioning and 4-wheel disc brakes.
Boyd Coddington built, specifically for Ron Pratte, this bright yellow custom is based on a true second-year Corvette (the 3,270th unit of 3,640 built). Powered by a 400hp LS2 with a Richmond 5-speed transmission resulting in an amazing transformation.
Matching numbers 1969 427/425hp with a4-speed built in Norwood, OH. Rare double COPO code #9561. Sports car conversion package COPO code #9737 with D/80 spoiler package. Certified by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish twice. Professional rotisserie restoration.
Factory COPO 9562, L-72 427/425hp and COPO 9737-sports car conversion. Yenko only built 99 1969 Chevelles and only 13 were automatics. This is a real Yenko Chevelle, but during restoration the original Trim Tag was lost and replaced with a reproduction.
This is body #208 of only 435 Kaiser-Darrins built during one year of production. Professional, total, rotisserie restoration. Features: 80hp, 161cid L-head 6 cylinder Kaiser engine, 3-speed overdrive transmission, 3-position top and chrome wire wheels.
1918 Le Bestioni is the product of the imagination of retro auto designer and classic restorer Gary Wales. Incorporating original design elements along with modern safety features that enhance the overall performance.
This GT500 engineering prototype began its life an early production 2008 GT500 but was rebuilt by Ford Product Development Center engineers to help validate components and systems used by the 5.8 liter, 662-hp, 202-mph GT500 in 2013.
With an awesome 60's drag/show roadster, this awesome '32 Ford roadster has an aluminum Ardun head engine with 6-71 blower and a Tremec 5 speed, and Halibrand quick change rear and custom fabrication throughout. A blast to drive.
Undergone a professional frame-off restoration by Patrick's of Phoenix, one of the top restorers in the country. This 1,000 point convertible offers rare dual-quad carburation, power steering, power brakes, Continental kit and much more.
The ultimate expression of the American inline 4 cylinder motorcycle, Indian's 401 defined the smooth, quiet 4 cylinder motorcycle for nearly a generation of riders. Restored to as-new condition and ready to be ridden.
One of very few Super Duty cars ever built. Ordered new by Bob Harrop as a lightweight car with aluminum bumpers, heater and radio deletes. Harrop won the 1962 Winter Nationals and the 1962 Daytona Speed week, where this car was Top Stick Eliminator.
A beautifully frame-off restored 1940 Ford pickup, painted green with black fenders and beige pin striping. Period-correct Flathead V8 engine and standard 3-speed transmission. Will be sold at approximately 7:00pm on Tuesday, January 13, 2015.
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