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HERE IS A SAMPLE OF RECENTLY SOLD VEHICLES
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF RECENTLY SOLD VEHICLES
SOLD
1985
FORD MUSTANG SVO
While four-cylinder cars rarely blip the excitement meter for most automotive enthusiasts, one exception is the Mustang SVO. Built during the early ’80s, these turbo-charged 4-cylinders proved intelligent engineering could deliver high-performance from conservative cubic-inch displacement engines. The SVOs, with their race suspension, turbocharged engine, electronic fuel injection, and unique scooped hood and dual rear wing, were welcome limited-production models at a time when American V8 performance had hit the bottom of its malaise. Today they represent a special niche in Mustang history. All SVOs built after April 1985 were designated as “mid-year.” Factory modifications to the engine consisted of increased 15 PSI boost pressure, different intake manifold, water-cooled turbo, an enhanced .48 turbine for quicker spool-up, injectors increased from 30 to 35 pounds per hour, updated EEC IV processor, dual mufflers and tailpipes. The engine modifications increased the output to 205hp at 5000 rpm, with 240 ft/lbs of torque at 3200 rpm. The only changes to the body consisted of new flush Aero Style headlamps. A scant 439 of 1,515 ’85 SVOs were produced mid-year, which made this the rarest of the breed and the most sought-after. All-original and unmodified, delivered in Medium Canyon Red Metallic with a gray interior showing just over 23,000 actual miles, the car is verified with a good, clean CARFAX. Accompanying the vehicle are the original owner’s manual, operating guide, warranty ID owner’s card, dealer stock hang tags, miscellaneous registrations, insurance cards, parts receipts and a First Place trophy from the 2004 Shelby Spring Fling.
SOLD
1970
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Today, the second generation of Chevrolet C10 pickups are some of the most beloved collector vehicles in existence, and for good reason. Also known as the “Glamour Pickups,” they’re drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess a good build quality and are easily drivable in modern traffic. With such a good working canvas, levels of restoration can range greatly, suiting each owner’s personal tastes, given widely accessible parts and upgrade choices. Ultimately, the love affair with a pickup is broad and far-reaching, as most everyone has a connection or favorite memory, making them hot commodities to own. After a frame-off restoration, all four boxes have been checked on this stunning 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup: Body, interior, refinements and powerplant. The bodywork is extraordinarily smooth and straight, with gold metallic paint, panel fitment and brightwork all crisp and nice. The tops of the bed stake holes were filled and smoothed, as was the exterior tailgate handle, so the release is moved to the inside of the color-matched Rhino-lined bed. The custom TMI saddle leather interior is flawlessly stitched and riveted, as are the door panels. The center console and cup holders add modern convenience to the bucket seat layout, which features fresh carpeting. Refinements include power steering, power disc brakes, 12-bolt rear axle and American Racing wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch billet in the rear), with a beautifully detailed engine bay and undercarriage. The “crown jewel” of this truck is the beast of a power plant: a 383ci stroker V8 engine built with Brodix aluminum 18-degree heads, Eagle rods, team “G” intake; it is a full roller motor (camshaft, lifters, rocker arms) for amazing sound and performance.
SOLD
1991
CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1
-- SOLD -- For 1991 the Chevrolet Corvette had what might have been history’s most expensive engine upgrade. To many, it was worth every penny. For a whopping $31,683 the ZR1 came equipped with the LT5 engine developing an astonishing 375 horsepower, thanks to four overhead camshafts, an 11-to-1 compression ratio and four valves per cylinder. The ZR1 was capable of 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds, a 13-second quarter-mile at about 110 mph and 180 mph top speed. Most significantly, the fuel-injection system shut down eight of the 16 intake runners until half throttle, so the engine was powerful and flexible, with a 7,200 rpm redline. Imposing and attention-getting performance of the day, indeed. Qualifying for judging at a National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) event, this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 was sold new in Walnut Creek, California, and resided in nearby Danville all its life. Ordered with the desirable factory black-on-black combination, it is clean, well-maintained, and been garage-kept. The car comes with impressive documentation from new for the next owner, including the ZR1 box, marketing materials, Window Sticker, keys, owner’s manual and more. The car was awarded the “Chevrolet Choice Award” at the 2005 Grand Prix of Sonoma. Now showing less than 42,000 original miles from new with a 6-speed manual transmission, it comes with the optional dual removable roof panels, which are in excellent condition. Tastefully added and professionally powder-coated wheels provide a visually appealing complement to the car, rounding out a complete package for all C4 enthusiasts and collectors.
SOLD
2008
FORD SHELBY GT500 SUPER SNAKE
-- SOLD -- Purchased at Bay Harbor Ford, Florida, this 2008 Shelby GT500 coupe was delivered in Torch Red with black/red leather accents. Coming fully equipped with options ? including satellite radio, HID headlamps, navigation, GT500 Premium Trim Package and ambient lighting ? it had an original cash purchase agreement from the dealer of just over $56,500. After completing the sale in October 2007, the owner later delivered it to Shelby American in Las Vegas for the full 725hp Super Snake upgrade and conversion, with a sales order totaling $35,995. The build was completed in February 2009. Shelby upgrades take the GT500 to Super Snake status using a long list of racing parts, proprietary Shelby parts and expert installation, pushing the 5.4-liter V8 to 725-plus bhp. A complete list of modifications from Shelby Automobiles’ Las Vegas headquarters are documented on the sales invoice included for the new owner. Inside the car there are auxiliary pressure gauges for supercharger boost, fuel and oil mounted atop the instrument panel and the requisite dash plaque showing the unique Shelby serial number of CSM 08SS0064. The CSM number also appears on the fleece-lined indoor cover that is red with black stripes (specifically made for Super Snakes) and an embroidered collector Shelby Super Snake leather jacket (which was never worn) going to the new owner. Also included in the purchase are period magazine articles, two keys and fobs, owner’s manual, Shelby certificates, build details, original sales order, vehicle invoice, original certificate of origin, Shelby invoice, service records and Super Snake floor mats still new in the box. Coming with all documentation from both the Ford dealer and Shelby American from new, this one-owner, clean-CARFAX Shelby GT500 has just over 6,300 miles on the odometer.
SOLD
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
-- SOLD -- By 1995, the Ford Special Vehicle Team and its products were an unqualified success, so to further develop the Ford performance brand, all SVT models now wore special SVT exterior badging. This was the final year for the Mustang’s venerable 5.0-liter V8 engine, long the preferred choice of Ford performance enthusiasts, and it was mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Coupe versions of the Cobra were offered in black, red and white. To enhance the exclusivity of the Cobra convertible, which was available only in black with a Saddle interior, a removable hardtop option was offered. As the one and only year of the convertible hardtop experiment, with only 499 of the 1,003 droptops built leaving the factory with the optional hardtop, those cars are considered by some collectors to be among the most desirable SVT Cobras ever made. Showing just over 9,800 actual miles, this one-owner and very rare Cobra Hardtop Convertible shows a clean CARFAX history from new. Included for the next owner is the Mustang Hardtop Carrier and Cover Kit Instruction sheet, the actual original registration receipt, with two sets of keys and remotes. To confirm its rarity and splendid condition, an independent appraisal from January 2018 was completed. Having never seen inclement weather during its lifetime, the car appears in fantastic condition, along with the hardtop, carrier and cover. This is your answer to a very rare up and coming ’90s-era muscle car!
SOLD
2001
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS CONVERTIBLE
-- SOLD -- The 2001 production year was the shortest of any Chevy Camaro to date. The base powerplant for the 2001 Camaro remained the 200hp V6, with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. But Z/28 power was boosted to 310hp from the 5.7-liter, 346ci V8. SLP Engineering ? known for working magic with GM’s F-Bodies since the late '80s ? supplied the parts to turn a Z/28 into an SS. And in doing so boosted the horsepower up, yet again, to 325. Only 1,452 Z/28 convertibles were produced in 2001, and about half of them had the 6-speed manual gearbox. Rarity really sets in when you factor this example is only one of 144 triple-black, 6-speed convertibles. Ticking almost every box on the options list ? including leather-trimmed bucket seats, acceleration slip regulation, Hurst short-throw shifter and the premium Monsoon sound system ? this is a fully loaded, high-performance Camaro with few rivals. Showing just over 12,700 miles on the odometer, with a clean CARFAX, it comes unmodified with all the original equipment and tasteful upgrades documented from the dealer, including front grille with SS center logo, ZR1 chrome-plated aluminum wheels and dual-performance exhaust system. Complete with factory keys and remotes, correct Super Sport floor mats, factory parade boot cover and documentation that includes its original Window Sticker, odometer disclosure statement and dealer addendum for the upgrades, this Camaro SS is about as close to perfection as one gets.
SOLD
1990
CHEVROLET CAMARO IROC Z
When Chevrolet first introduced the IROC-Z option on the Camaro in 1985, the initial licensing deal with the International Race of Champions was for five years. By the end of that deal in 1990, Chevrolet decided not to renew the agreement, leaving 1990 as the last year the IROC-Z option was offered. The upgraded suspension and aerodynamic packages were still standard, but buyers had a choice when it came to engines and transmission. The 5.0-liter was the base engine, with a 5.7-liter available for an extra $300, both using Chevrolet’s Tuned Port Injection setup. A 5-speed manual transmission came standard, unless buyers opted for the optional 4-speed automatic for $515. In addition to being the last year of the IROC-Z, 1990 was also the lowest-production year of any third-generation Camaro, with Chevrolet pressing to introduce the facelifted 1991 model earlier than normal. Sold new in Auburn, NY, this IROC-Z was ordered with the Preferred Equipment Group #3 and the upgraded with the 5.7-liter TPI engine and 4-speed automatic transmission. Additionally, it features the optional performance axle ratio and 16” aluminum wheels. The car was painted black by the factory and came equipped with the optional custom red leather interior, a lofty $800 option at the time. As well-optioned and visually stunning as this car is, its most significant aspect is that it’s only traveled 547 miles from new and is completely original in every way. The original black paint is in showroom condition and the red leather interior still like new. The car is documented with the original Window Sticker, showing almost $5,000 worth of options. Additionally, it retains the original owner’s manual with plastic wallet key, as well as various promotional literature and brochures. With incredibly low mileage, a long list of options and finished in a beautiful color combination, this 1990 IROC-Z is one of the most collectible examples of a third-generation Camaro ever to come to market.
SOLD
1963
CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE
--SOLD--The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray took the sports car world by storm. Derived from Bill Mitchell’s 1957 SS racer and XP-720 prototype, it had hidden headlights, a knife-edge front and horizontal rib round the car. New fastback coupe bodywork featured a one-year-only split back window and doors that cut into the roof. The frame was four inches shorter than the 1962 model, as well as lighter and stiffer- an arguably radical change from previous Corvettes. Taking these changes a step further for the next generation of enthusiasts, this unique body was combined with modern components, bringing us this modern-day phenomenon. Previously featured in Super Chevy and Hot Rod magazines in 2012-13, this professionally built, full custom ’63 Corvette Split-Window is a stunning piece of art and science. It features an SRIII Supertub tube frame, fully polished LS9 6.2-liter engine supercharged to 744hp, and a fully polished T56 6-speed manual transmission. It has a Dana 44 rear end, carbon-fiber half-shafts, C4 Corvette suspension and a Painless wiring system. Riding on ZR1 chrome wheels and tires with Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes. It also features an Aeromotive 5000 fuel system with 3” custom exhaust. The custom soft-hide buffalo leather interior features AutoMeter carbon-fiber gauges, Kenwood stereo system and air conditioning by Vintage Air. A truly no-expense-spared restoration includes an expertly fished custom exterior using PPG paint. No disappointments or apologies to be made for this one-of-a-kind ’63 Split-Window modern muscle machine.
SOLD
1965
SHELBY COBRA CSX 8000 ROADSTER
--SOLD--Debuting at the 1962 New York auto show with a bare aluminum finish completed by hand with steel wool, the first Shelby Cobra captured the full attention of both the public and the motoring press. Terrorizing racetracks around the globe, the Cobra became one of the most iconic American muscle cars in history and was said to be a genuine assault weapon of handling and performance. Today, the Cobra is instantly recognizable, with original examples selling regularly in excess of one million dollars. Not to be confused with a replica or a kit car, this fully documented Shelby has a proper CSX number, a Manufacturers Statement of Origin and is signed by Carroll Shelby. Only a small number were built each year, and each one is included in the official Shelby Registry. The “8000 Series” marks the continuation of where it all started. The 289 Street Roadster, or S/R, is a cleanly designed street car originally conceived by Carroll Shelby in 1962. These Cobras are supplied with under-car exhaust, wire wheels and all the street options of the day, including leaf spring suspension. There are improvements for safety and drivability, such as rack & pinion steering, superior brakes, improved cooling and a heavy-duty Tremec 5-speed transmission. With a Statement of Origin of May 25, 2005, the original owner purchased this Cobra through XK’s Limited in San Luis Obispo, who assembled it to his exacting specifications. Finished in LeMans Blue with black vinyl interior, today the odometer reads just 513 miles from new. Powered by an original 289ci Ford V8, upgraded with 351 heads ported with larger valves and more, the entire assembly was balanced and has a compression ratio of 9.6:1. Other standard equipment includes AutoMeter 289-type gauges, Baer racing brakes and 72-spoke wire wheels. A complete binder supporting the purchase, title, registration, build specifications, engine costs, and all receipts and communication from builder to the original owner are included. Titled as a 0000 Special Construction, this classic “slab-sided” 289 Shelby Cobra Street Roadster is now ‘turn-key ready’ for immediate delivery and enjoyment for the next owner.
SOLD
2018
FORD SHELBY GT350R
--SOLD--The Ford Shelby GT350 musters up memories of ready-built race cars and road-racing glory. Nostalgia is sweet, but the pony-car performance war – now five decades old – is vicious and shows no signs of abating. Ford’s response was the raucous Shelby GT350R – the screaming track-tuned naturally aspirated flat-plane-crank V8 (code-named Voodoo) that revs to 8,200 rpm and channels its 526 horses through a gratifying 6-speed manual gearbox. The GT350R is optimized for extra performance, with more aggressive chassis tuning. The vehicle has a redesigned front splitter as well as a huge carbon-fiber rear wing, which help improve and enhance the balance between down-force and lift. Notice the 19-inch carbon-fiber wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, as well as its red brake calipers, which come in handy when bringing the monster to a halt. Inside are Recaro-wrapped racing seats with striking red contrast stitching. The 920A equipment group (the wheels, wheel locks and rear carbon-fiber spoiler), painted black roof (just 27 built had this option), vehicle cover and electronics package (dual-zone electric temperature control) round out the optional equipment. Built the week of June 14, 2018, and one of only 107 wearing the one-year-only color of Lead Foot Gray, this R-model shows just a touch over 400 miles on the odometer and is very much still “in the wrapper.” Everything the first owner would receive upon delivery is still there: The actual certificate of origin, all documents from its arrival in Arizona off the rail, original Window Sticker and folder of corresponding paperwork. The plastic covering the driver’s seat was essentially all that was removed – and even it was kept! With such low mileage and having not been out on the track, the car is about as “new” as you could ask. Ultimately, it’s a rare and complete showstopper, making no compromise for your day-to-day life on the track or on the road.
SOLD
1999
SHELBY SERIES 1 CONVERTIBLE
Carroll Shelby was involved in the production of numerous performance machines in his lifetime, but only one was created from the ground up by the legend himself. That car was the Shelby Series 1, developed in the late 1990s as a modern successor to Shelby’s infamous Cobra. Developed using the best of modern engineering and construction techniques, it sported a high-strength all-aluminum chassis, modern carbon-fiber bodywork and a Shelby-modified Oldsmobile Aurora 320hp twin-cam L47 V8 engine. Shelby offered a supercharged option that bumped horsepower to a breathtaking 450, with a claimed 0-60 mph in just 3.2 seconds. A look at the engine compartment reveals the attention to detail Shelby put into the slick under-hood packaging. Yet with all these high-performance features, the Series 1 was still a comfortable car, with a folding soft-top and power side windows, power steering, power disc brakes, factory air conditioning, and a Monsoon sound system. This example, CSX5220, was ordered and delivered to the current owner and has just over 6,300 miles from new. All documentation was thoughtfully saved, including the original order form, letters from Shelby American, Bill of Sale, Statement of Origin, original Nevada title, copies of all registration and emission paperwork, factory-installed supercharger and brake upgrade receipts and more. The car now has an Arizona “Box A” actual mileage title and a clean CARFAX. The interior is in very good shape, and the soft-top fits very well. With the beautiful Centennial Silver three-piece forged aluminum Carroll Shelby wheels, it remains a stunning automobile, and its performance figures are still in line with some of the hottest supercars of today. A total of 249 production Series 1s were built, and this was one of approximately 60 factory supercharged versions ? making it extraordinarily rare and collectible from the moment it was created.
SOLD
1966
FORD SHELBY GT350-H RE-CREATION
By 1965, Carroll Shelby had already established himself and his name as the American performance brand, with cars like the 289 and 427 Cobra regularly trouncing the competition on tracks and at stoplights around the world. He turned his attention to the Ford Mustang and, once again, repeated history ? turning its already-popular pony car into a fire-breather. He started with 2+2 fastbacks fitted with the High-Performance engine modifications, massaged them with an aluminum high-rise intake manifold, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Tri-Y headers and a glasspack dual-exhaust system to produce impressive horsepower. Taking many of those ideals with modern components, this Mustang Fastback is powered by a 347ci stroker engine that is ideal for serious street performance, typically generating an honest 400hp and 390 torque, all while running on premium pump gas. Upgrading the 302 block gives the reliability for a street cruiser while still having the necessary power. Aluminum heads and intake with K-code manifolds are in place within the tidy and detailed engine bay. Beneath are Shelby underride traction bars, Flowmaster mufflers, a 9-inch rear end and four-piston front disc brakes. The fresh restoration has a paint scheme that pays tribute to one of the 1,000 special-production 1966 Shelby GT350-H rental cars for the Hertz corporation in traditional black and gold livery. Today, the GT350-H remains an iconic performance machine, easily distinguished from other Mustangs by both performance and valuation. And in this spirit, this high-performance fastback Mustang leaves nothing to the imagination.
SOLD
1987
BUICK GRAND NATIONAL
In 1986, Buick turbo engineers were warming to their task of maximum performance from a 6-cylinder, and the Grand National got an intercooler and improved plenum for 235 horsepower and more torque. It was now completely black, with nearly no chrome. The last year for the Grand National was 1987 and, as the last mid-sized, rear-wheel-drive sport coupe, the demand surged. The 1987 Grand National was the fastest year, with 245hp, a 0-60 time of just 6.1 seconds, and a 13.85 quarter-mile at 99.2 mph. With a lack of muscle cars offered to the public at the time, those who went for a test drive – or even better, bought a Grand National – were hooked by the astonishly quick car's good power curve and impressive responsiveness. Powered by its turbocharged 3.8-liter, 245hp V6 engine, this car has an automatic transmission and just over 89,000 miles on the odometer. With its black exterior and gray interior, it is loaded with options, including digital read-outs, air conditioning, cruise control, original alloy wheels, and power windows and locks. Restoration receipts exceeding $30,000 are included in the sale, as are the original owner’s manual and warranty book, extra keys, remote and instruction manuals. Most recently, in June 2016, with 87,359 miles on the odometer, a complete service, inspection and various repairs were done totaling almost $3,000. In addition, a MagnaFlow exhaust system was recently installed. With a scant 1,700 miles driven in the 3 years since then, this car is mechanically sorted, and looks and runs great!
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Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

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Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.