2015 will be the last year Gen 5 COPO Camaros will be built. This vehicle was a special-built display vehicle featured in the Chevrolet display at the 2014 SEMA show. Not street legal, sold on Bill of Sale only.
This 1969 Camaro Z/28 Resto-Mod has a 350 small block engine with Weiand manifold, 650 Holley carburetor and ceramic-coated headers. Brandnew TMI interior kit with new carpet, suede headliner, door panels, front, passenger and rear seats.
Showroom-condition 2009 Mercedes Benz SL550 Designo. This is a pristine highline automobile with an original purchase price of over $125,000. The car is perfect in every way and is being offered today with no reserve.
One-family-owned 1983 Lincoln Mark VI. This car has 38,000 one-owner miles; title reads exempt. This car is a rare black and gray two-tone with factory sunroof. Runs and drives great; just had a complete tune-up.
Comes with two tops, including extremely rare hardtop. Triple white. It has been pampered and garaged its whole life by a classic car collector. Loaded with options and very collectible, this is an extremely rare color combination.
British Racing Green with tan interior and black top. This car is fully optioned and has been meticulously maintained. Seller represents less than 32,000 original miles; title says exempt. It drives and handles like new.
Featured in Porsche Red with red interior and black convertible top, this Speedster was built on an IRS VW chassis with a 1600cc single-port engine. It has a genuine Porsche Speedster steering column and steering wheel. Titled as a 1986 SPED KIT BO.
Original right-hand model with automatic transmission and a classic Rolls-Royce look and feel. It is well-kept inside and out, leather seats, dual rear fold-down trays, dual rear drink cabinetry and whitewall tires.
No expense spared on this frame-off restoration that includes pro-built 350/450hp engine, rack & pinion steering, SS exhaust, Lokar shifter, AccuAir ride, factory air, disc brakes, 22" and 24" FOOSE wheels and a CMX custom interior.
53,000-actual-mile California car with fully documented service and owner history dating from 1957 to 2015. Original Raven Black over black and white interior. Survivor car with extensive documentation, two tops, power steering and power brakes.
This spectacular 1956 Chevy Bel Air 2-door hardtop stands out in a crowd and shows nicely at any event. It is also a fun and reliable cruising car. Very clean and straight car with original uncut sheet metal.
This Resto-Mod has undergone a 4-year professional complete rotisserie frame-off restoration. Every nut, bolt, wire, grommet, seal, gasket, all moldings and all new glass. 350ci engine with an automatic transmission.
This special 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 was certified the level of "Legend" by Vintage Camaro Certification and also by Jerry MacNeish prior to a recent restoration. Original matching-numbers 302 engine, Muncie M21 transmission and 12-bolt rear end.
Built on November 18, 1960. Frame-off restoration using NOS, rebuilt to factory specifications or new parts. Over $30,000 paint job, new interior and new convertible top. 283/270hp, two 4-barrel carburetors and 4-speed transmission.
While gathering a massive cult following internationally through the '90s and early 2000s, the U.S. debut for the GTR certainly lived up to the hype. Twin turbo V6 delivering 530hp with 6-speed dual-clutch transmission.
One of a kind, built by Hot Rods by Steve and Carroll's Custom Metal Works. Thousands of hours in complete restoration with extensive custom framework. Featured in multiple magazines and given the Meguiars Magnificent Masterpiece award at Goodguys.
From concept to reality: 100 percent built by well-known expert Dennis Taylor. No-expense-spared creation. Used as promotional vehicle for multiple advertisements and sponsored by Meguiar's. Awards from Goodguys, NSRA, Super Chevy, ESPN2 and DUBS.
This is a "Real" GTO Judge, the product of a 4-year rotisserie restoration on a 69,000-original-mile car, winning Concours Gold at the 2010 GTOAA Nationals. Presented in the correct original, rare Code 69 Palladium Silver.
Beautiful E-code car, fresh nut-and-bolt restoration. Dual carbs, power steering, air conditioning, soft and hardtops and Kelsey wire wheels with wide whites. Chrome and trim interior is in excellent condition with show-quality under-hood detailing.
Previously owned by Walt Disney Productions and used in the Herbie movie series, including "Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo" and "Herbie Goes Bananas." Loads of documentation, including a copy of the title from Disney. Recently serviced.
This is a very rare and fully documented 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W30 convertible that has been freshened to original build specification. All original matching numbers and date-code engine, transmission and drivetrain.
Professional restoration from 2008 to 2012. It has a smooth-running 384ci straight-8 engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. The exterior features outstanding Crimson Red paint with black and tan accents, and black Stayfast canvas top.
450hp big block Chevy, power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes, power windows, air conditioning, independent Jaguar rear end, 700R4 overdrive transmission, Boyd wheels, leather interior, slick black paint, many awards.
One-owner Shelby GT500 KR that was purchased new with the pre-titled King of the Road performance package. Supercharged 540hp V8, 6-speed manual transmission and SVT performance-tuned suspension with forged aluminum wheels. Less than 20 original miles.
Meticulously restored 1963 Porsche 356B coupe with matching-numbers engine, transmission and chassis number per Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche. Original colors Slate Grey with red corduroy interior per COA. Runs and drives beautifully.
The Aston Martin V12 Vanquish has a 5.9-liter engine with a paddle-shifted 6-speed automated manual transmission. The published top speed for this car is 200 mph. Aston Martins have finely finished interiors using the best leather hides.
The Ferrari 458 is an unbelievable exotic car in its own right, but the Spider takes all of the superlatives of the original car and adds a retractable hardtop. 4.5-liter V8 with 562hp and a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
Finished in Lemon Twist Yellow, this 1970 Plymouth Superbird features fresh paint, a correct 440 Six Pack 390hp engine, and original 4-speed manual transmission with pistol-grip shifter, bench seat, original fender tag and new tires.
1940 Lincoln Zephyr custom sedan delivery with Fatman fabrications frame, Mustang II front suspension, Pro Control Air Ride System, 4.6 DOHC engine, 4R70W electronic transmission and stainless-steel compartment. Engine operated by a Gen Vll EMS System.
'67 Chevelle Resto-Mod with a Katech LS7 606hp engine, Roadster Stage III chassis, Detroit Speed suspension, custom interior by Paul Atkins, custom three-color paint, LEDs to showcase interior and under the hood, Willans 4-point harnesses and much more.
Original matching numbers 426/425hp HEMI V8 and TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. Power windows, rare cloth bucket seats with headrests, center console with slap-stick floor shifter and AM radio with 8-track.
Recipient of a gorgeous, show-quality restoration. Finished in traditional Mercedes white with red leather interior, it also has color-coded hubcaps, whitewall tires, a black soft-top and a red leather boot.
The King of Cadillacs, the 1959 Series 62 convertible, meticulously restored. 390ci OHV V8 engine, 4-speed Hydramatic transmission, air conditioning and cruise control. Professional 4-year, frame-off restoration.
A triumph of clean, sharp and efficient modern Machine Age design with a powerful Lycoming V8, mated to an advanced electrically shifted pre-selector transmission. This is an absolutely gorgeous, restored example that is a strong runner as well.
CCCA National First Prize winner, this 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible is a gorgeous example finished in maroon with maroon leather interior and tan cloth convertible top. A rare, beautifully presented automobile.
This custom 210 features a 540/715hp Ultra Street Engine and a naturally aspirating 4-barrel carburetor. The vehicle features custom leather interior as well as a Pioneer RDS AV receiver with Bluetooth and a JL Audio amplifier.
California car its entire life. Always serviced at Ferrari of Beverly Hills and The Auto Gallery. Air conditioning is ice-cold. You can drive this one every day. CARFAX report is clean. Includes Factory Owner's manual with pouch and tools.
undocumented LS6 power-packed with a 450hp engine, Muncie 4-speed transmission, F41 suspension and a functional Cowl Induction hood. It has had a recent frame-off restoration. Bucket seats, AM/FM radio, tilt wheel, console, Polyglas tires and wheels.
Undocumented LS6 with a 450hp engine, Muncie 4-speed transmission, F41 suspension and a functional Cowl Induction hood. It has had a recent frame-off restoration. Bucket seats, AM/FM radio, tilt/wood steering wheel, console, Polyglas tires and wheels.
This 1969 442 convertible is a classic that is fun to drive and loaded up with options. Under the hood is a 400ci, 4-barrel engine, M21 transmission and 12-bolt rear axle. Frame-off restoration built with the highest-quality craftsmanship.
Professionally restored and painted correct Heather Rose/Sapphire White. It has new chrome, trim and weather stripping, new black power convertible top, an original "Red Ram" 270ci HEMI engine with Fluid Drive automatic transmission.
Very rare 1970 Chevy Corvette LT1 convertible. 1,287 LTs were built for 1970; less than 500 being convertibles, making this very desirable. 4-speed transmission and less than 43,000 original miles. Matching-numbers engine.
Excellent restoration of a re-bodied 1970 HEMI 'Cuda with a factory original Broadcast Sheet, restamped, period-correct HEMI engine and a 727 automatic transmission with a rare Dana Series 60 rear axle. Rare seating and column shift set this car apart.
One of 612 produced with the L78 396ci big block V8. To take advantage of the L78's considerable horsepower and torque, it was also ordered with a close-ratio M21 4-speed manual transmission and a 12-bolt posi-traction rear end.
California car since 2006. A true SS with a 427 built to L88 specifications with factory aluminum heads, an M22 Rock Crusher and 12-bolt posi-traction rear. Vintage Air, 4-speed, Hotchkis suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes.
With only 293 original miles since new, this Super Snake features more than 30 upgrades beyond the already impressive GT500 package, including 600hp, functional Super Snake fiberglass hood, Super Snake 40th Anniversary badging and 20" Alcoa wheels.
Under this GT500's lightweight Super Snake hood is a 725hp, Kenne Bell supercharged, 5.4-liter engine. The Shelby-tuned suspension and Baer 6-piston brakes offer improved handling and stopping power. Super Snake logos can be found throughout the car.
2,300 original miles. 440ci Arrington Performance HEMI with 630hp and 600 ft/lbs (crate horsepower), McLeod twin disc clutch, 6-speed, AP racing brakes, Asanti custom wheels, custom wide body, Sunrise Pearl paint, leather and Alcantara interior.
Stunning restoration of a very rare and desirable limited-production convertible sedan. Finished in the correct-color Claret Maroon, and is show-quality throughout. Convertible top goes up with ease and has roll-up windows.
Ground-up restoration to M-code specifications. New everything from tires to top. Rebuilt 1600 SP motor, Type 3 transmission with notched spring plates and adjustable front beam. This is a fresh restoration. Title in transit.
288/185hp inline 8-cylinder engine with 3-speed manual transmission. This style station wagon was only produced for three years. Beautifully restored and very advanced with its postwar styling. Sold as a package with Lot 490.1 and Lot 490.2.
Built to replicate the #98 LeeRoy Yarbrough 1969 Torino Talladega, with Holman Moody Boss 429 racing engine, Ford 4-speed toploader transmission and reinforced Ford 9" rear axle. In virtually new condition throughout.
PHS documentation, original Build Sheet, upgraded to period-correct 455ci engine with Ram Air III and 12-bolt posi-traction rear. Only three owners, first two from Texas. Very rare color Palomino Copper with Palomino Saddle interior and white top.
This 1934 Ford Cabriolet has a tan interior and convertible top. It has a 4-speed manual transmission, 8-cylinder engine, greyhound on the hood, dual outside mirrors and rumble seat. The transmission, motor and tires are in excellent condition.
Complete body-off restoration, rare dual side mounts, rumble seat, straight-8, windshield mounted rearview mirror, passenger and side glove box-mounted clock. This car has been in a private museum collection.
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